Power your project with this handy battery holder for two CR2032 button cells. There is an on/off switch at the top, and the wire length is approximately 15 cm.SpecificationsWeight: 5g (11g including batteries)
Dimensions: 53 x 23 x 6 mm
Output: 6V 220mAhBatteries not included!..
This battery holder offers space for 3x AAA batteries in series, perfect for powering different projects. This particular holder has an on/off switch and is suitable for 3.3V projects which require a 2-pin JST-PH 2.0 connector for e.g. Li-Ion/Poly batteries.Note:When using rechargeable Ni..
Make a nice portable power pack with this 4 x AA battery holder. It fits any alkaline or rechargeable AA batteries in series. There's a snap on cover and an on/off switch which can be handy when wiring to something without a switch.The four batteries are held in series, for a nominal output ..
Make a portable power brick with plenty of juice! Use Alkaline AA's for a 9V 3000-4000mAh power supply, or rechargeable NiMH for 2000mAh 7.5V supply. Either one is good for running electronics that have a 5V voltage regulator (thus requiring a 7V+ supply). Will last about 10 times longer than a ..
When you need a portable 12V power pack, this big holder will do the job! The holder will store 8 AA batteries end to end, to give approximately 12VDC output with up to 2 amp peak current draw. This configuration holds the batteries securely, even if being bumped/moved around...
This battery holder is by far the easiest way to add a battery to a small wearable project. By coincidence, there are two small 1mm diameter holes in the metal connection tabs, just large enough for a #5 or smaller needle to pass through. One tab connects to common ground (negative) and the other ta..
This 2x AAA Battery Holder with JST connector is compatible with the BBC micro:bit. Supplied with 145mm colour coded power leads and a JST connector at the end, this battery holder is light and features a M3 mounting hole in the centre so it can be attached to the back of BBC micro:bit cases. The JS..