New battery holders from NPA


Keystone Electronics Corp has developed a new selection of low profile, surface mount holders for cylindrical lithium and alkaline batteries.

Distributed by NPA Pty Ltd, these lightweight, durable, high strength holders incorporate heat resistant Nylon Housings and Gold-plated Phosphor Bronze contacts.

The rugged design is ideally suited for use with consumer and industrial electronic products. Engineered for both lead free and traditional reflow process soldering, the devices accept all major manufacturers' Lithium batteries.

The batteries are available in IIz AA Lithium batteries (Catalogue No. 1016) and 2/3A Lithium batteries, (Catalogue No. 1018), AA batteries (Catalogue No. 1024) and AAA batteries (Catalogue No.1 020) for single cell applications, (Catalogue No.1 022) for dual cell applications. Installation and removal does not require tools.

Keystone's broad line of battery hardware consists of SMT and THM products including, contacts, clips, holders, retainers and straps for coin and button cells batteries, as well as cylindrical batteries.

The entire Keystone line consists of several thousand different interconnects, hardware and components.

NPA Pty Ltd
Ph: 08 8268 2733

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