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Battery Holders and Mounts

Battery holders and mounts are a critical component for many varieties of modern day cell-powered devices and equipment. They're available in all manner of sizes, shapes and capacities, each designed to work with a particular battery type, in a specific mounting style.
Regardless of whether you're looking for a battery case holder, a battery clip or a contact battery holder, it's always important to know a little about the different types on offer. This way, you can ensure you're buying the right one for your project and the batteries you'll be using!

battery case holder

The battery case holder, as the name suggests, is a self-latching plastic case that accepts one CR2032 coin cell. It includes an integrated on/off switch and 13cm (5-inch) red and black connection leads.
The CR2032 battery is a popular battery size used in many wearable technology applications, as well as some keychain and remote controls. The battery holder is designed to be small and easy to carry.
This single CR2032 lithium coin cell holder with fitted wires and small on/off switch is the perfect way to provide a 3v output from your battery for powering many of your small low consumption electronic projects! It's also a great addition to your wearable device project.
The holder also has a non-conducting, snap-on cover that offers reliable battery retention in harsh environments. These features make the holder an excellent choice for medical applications where sterilization cycles can be tough on battery holders. The holder can be mounted in a variety of ways to accommodate end application requirements.

battery holder cr2032

The battery holder cr2032 is designed for use with one CR2032 coin cell battery and includes a plastic case, integrated on/off switch, and 13cm (5-inch) red and black connection leads. It delivers 3v from the battery and is ideal for compact or wearable projects, and LED power needs.
The holder comes with three mounting pads for direct soldering to the PCB, making it easy to connect your device. Its symmetrical design helps maintain good contact with the CR2032 battery.
Using the right type of battery holder is key to maximizing your project's performance. The selection process requires consideration of end application specifications, automated placement compatibility, regulatory compliance and ease of battery replacement.
Battery holders can be categorized as clip, contact or surface mount. Clip batteries tend to have a metal arm that secures the battery into place, while contact and surface mount types use tabs or pins to affix the battery to the device.

18650 battery holder

The 18650 battery holder is a great way to display one of these popular high capacity rechargeable batteries. It features a slide-in friction fit top and a built-in battery clip.
The best part is it's cheap and easy to install. It also has the clearest markings on the positive and negative terminals making it easy to insert and remove a battery with ease. The holder also makes a clever use of the PCB space as it mounts directly on the board with no need for soldering.
The 18650 battery holder is one of the simplest ways to display your favorite high capacity Li-Ion cell, and it's a good way to show off your pride and joy while keeping it safe from damage. It is the perfect battery accessory for any DIY project that utilizes these small but mighty batteries. The battery holder has an LED lit ring that shines brightly for up to two hours at a time, and the light can be activated with a simple press of a button!

emi shield

EMI shields, or electromagnetic interference shields, prevent random signals and waves from damaging or frying your device. They can be made of a variety of materials, from metal foils to conductive silicones and other flexible material.
Originally introduced in 1836 by Michael Faraday, EMI shielding creates a protective layer on a device that absorbs electromagnetic radiation and stops it from traveling across the object. As an example, an EMI shield can stop radio-frequency (RF) interference from interfering with wireless communication devices.
In today’s world, EMI shields are commonly used on sensitive electronic equipment that needs to be isolated from outside electromagnetic fields. This includes devices such as MRI equipment, patient monitoring equipment and pacemakers.
The most reliable and effective metal for EMI shielding is copper. It reduces both magnetic and electrical waves and has a higher rate of conductivity than pre-tin plated steel or other alloys.

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