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New PC battery clip the perfect solution

22-03-2011
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Keystone Electronics now offers a low profile, thru-hole PC Battery Clip for Lithium-Ion size cells from 17-19mm diameters to meet increasing demands for higher energy, lower weight, rechargeable batteries in mobile products.

Engineered to withstand the rigorous use associated with recharging cycles, in addition to shock and vibration, the clip features a 3-legged, THM design for extra strength and stability plus low profile placement into dense PC boards.

The new catalog No 54 not only holds the 3.7V rechargeable batteries, but will also accommodate the A, 2/3A, 17335, 17450, 17500, 17650, 18500 and 18650 size cells.

The design is manufactured from .012" (.30mm) thick, spring steel, with Tin Nickel plate finish. It holds battery cells firmly and securely in position and is specifically suited for higher energy, lower weight portable electronics for medical, telecommunications and industrial usage.

The new PC battery clip is available from NPA Pty Ltd.

A major producer of SMT and THM battery hardware, Keystone supplies battery and coin cell holders, clips, straps and retainers in a broad range of sizes and types. They also boast an extensive array of electronic interconnects and hardware.

In addition, application engineering services are maintained to meet special product modifications or custom designs with active stamping, machining and assembly support.

NPA Pty Ltd
Ph: 08 8268 2733
www.npa.com.au

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