Yet another pegboard mount. This time it's for my Neewer USB battery charger. In this case it's for Nikon EN-EL15 batteries but they seem to make the same model to fit lots of common battery packs, the important dimension is that it's 115x100mm. I assume that the USB port is in the same place on all chargers but this may vary. The hole for the micro USB plug is specifically sized for my cable, you may need to file the hole by hand to fit different plugs.
The charger fits the mount snugly but the USB cable also assists to keep it secure. It attaches using six of my standard type of pegboard fixing, however it really doesn't need six and four would no doubt be enough.
I used plastic trim rivets and 8 x 1/2" pan head screws to attach this to the pegboard. The part is designed with enough clearance for the head of the rivet, however printer tolerances might mean some minor filing is required. The rivets are expanded by the screws and anchor the part in place. I have a thin metal pegboard and these work fine, they should still work with slightly thicker wood or fibreboard pegboards but I don't have any to test with.