This is a wall mount battery holder/terminal for the second generation of the Bosch eBike framework.
You can insert the charger cable into the oval hole. After placing it nice and tight, you can fix it with a cable tie at the lower end. Make sure to tie it really good. (I used the cable tie from the Prusa printer) If this is not done, the cable should be bended after it comes out of the terminal. Otherwise the friction is to little and it will remain in the battery. It gets pulled out every time the battery is taken out of the terminal.
Four mounting it on the wall you need a long screw driver for the top holes. The holes have a diameter of 5mm, so 4m screws are good. This design is for dome head screws. If there will be the need for flat screws I could adjust the design.
If you want to protect your battery you can add some felt to the terminal, so that the battery doesn't get scratched. I used these ones: https://www.ikea.com/de/de/catalog/products/24155600/?cid=ps%7Cde%7Cno_cc_topic%7C4MLRrWwPr0gHjIOUyfOOktEtkrhBQM
You can print this without support. Maybe one or two layers in one or two spot will not stick, they can be removed later.
In the next revision I will add a window for the battery status LEDs
If you have any sugestions for improvements, please leave a comment.
Its the best to print it on the flat parts which will be later the top entry of the battery.
Hole for charger cable
Hole for cable tie
Little failures during print
There occured two failures during printing. When the step was to big, Prusa was printing "in the air". These strings can easily be removed