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4s6p battery holder


(Gwa Gwa) #21

I have been working on a similar project. PCBs are on the way.

http://dirtypcbs.com/store/designer/details/8265/6262/top-zip
http://dirtypcbs.com/store/designer/details/8265/6261/bottom-zip

I have a 3d printed canister that they fit in that uses M3 screws to hold it all together.
These are the springs I am using: https://www.mouser.co.za/ProductDetail/Keystone-Electronics/211-D?qs=%2Fha2pyFadui9q4JttDHta7ui%2B%2FLDVmbiwU8jRQ1OBRE=


(Etienne Demers) #22

looks pretty much the same as mine.

PCBs are also being printed. Let me know how it works :slight_smile:


(Doug) #23

Would it be possible to sleeve two cells inline and eliminate contact pins in middle? With spring contacts on ends this would be very economical.


(Etienne Demers) #24

Vibration and contact is the bulk of the problem. This is why the springs are necessary.

I am getting sample pogo pins to make some tests, would need to order 5000 for it to be economical…


(Etienne Demers) #25

Ok so with the expensive price of the pogo pins and the machining of all the parts. I can sell this harness for about 500USD.

Not sure if anyone will be interested at that price but I will make a couple for myself…

Cheers,
E.