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Positive change: new coin cell holders

16-08-2011
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Keystone Electronics Corp has introduced a new line of Vertical Entry, Lithium Coin Cell Holders, for use with portable medical and other electronic devices.

Designed to retain cells securely under shock and vibration, these holders feature flame retardant housings UL rated 94V -0 and dual-spring contacts with low contact resistant. These contacts are made of spring steel with tin plating.

Sizes available for: 16mm (Cat. No. 1069), 20mm (Cat. No's 1065 and 1067) and 24mm (Cat. No.1068) diameter coin cell batteries.

These rugged holders are polarized for circuit protection and will accept all major manufacturers' batteries.

Keystone's full line of battery hardware incorporates SMT and THM products including contacts, clips, holders, retainers and straps for coin cells and cylindrical batteries. In addition to a broad line of interconnect hardware and components, the firm provides application engineering services for product modification and special design requirements – all supported by pro-active stamping, machining and assembly capabilities.

All Keystone products are available from its global distribution network, including NPA Pty Ltd in Australia.

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

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