Thank you for the compliment @hotarobin. What you couldn't see is the outlet I mounted behind the tablet to charge it.
Here is the list of primary parts I used:
- 3 in. x 2 in. x 2-1/2 in. 1-gang electrical box
- Eaton RF9605 Z-wave outlet (Lowes)
- UGREEN USB C Cable 2 Packs Type C Cable 18W Fast Charging USB A to USB C Cable Right Angle
- Carlon 2-Gang Low-Voltage Mounting Bracket
- Brush Wall Plate
- Combination Decorator/Blank wall plate
- Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet
- VidaMount On-Wall Tablet Mount - Amazon Fire HD10 7th/9th Gen - White (2017-2019)
Here is a link to the wall mount.
Yes, it is expensive, but it mounts easy, holds the tablet securely, and looks great. I looked at the others I found on Amazon and elsewhere. There were 3D printed and looked like it. Really rough. I strained over the cost for several weeks (months?). I finally succumed to making sure my SAF was as high as possible. It was a great choice. Very high SAF.
The right angle cable is another place you can get in trouble if you aren't careful. A lot of the right angle USB C cables I found are specifically for charging laptops. They have special circuitry in them to ensure the source is providing sufficinet wattage (based on voltage) to charge the laptop.These won't work at 12 V and below. Look for one that is for charging a cell phone. Here is a link to the one I used.
I used the Eaton Z-wave outlet because I have chosen to use all Eaton Z-wave dimmers and switches. I bought this from Lowes (or was it Ebay? )We all like the UI of the Eaton devices. You can use what ever you have chosen either Zigbee or Z-wave. The improtant part is to power the charger from a controllable outlet so you can create a rule to turn the charger off periodically so the tablet battery doesn't get over charged. Over charging will reduce the battery life. This is important because you may choose to use it as a general purpose tablet again.
The remaining items plus miscellaneous wire and screws I bought at Home Depot.
Here are some more picture of the installation.
Let me know if you have any other questions.