3V Coin Battery Holder – 2032 or 2025 Button Lithium Battery


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A convenient way to add a 2032 or 2025 button battery to your project as a power source with the coin battery holder or case.

3V Coin Battery Holder – 2032 or 2025 Button Lithium Battery

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This is a 2032 or a 2025 button / coin battery holder / case. This will allow you to easily connect one of these batteries to your project. You could very easily add a switch in line with this to allow you to turn your project on or off at any time. If you aren't familiar with what a coin battery is then keep on reading for a short description. It is a small lithium battery about the size of a quarter in diameter and about twice as thick. They typically output a little more than 3v. This makes them a great choice for powering LEDs because most LEDs don't take much more than 3v and some even take around 2v.

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