For holding coin cell to supply power to your projectDesigned by eTiles, Ships from Hong Kong
This coin cell holder accepts a size 2032 coin cell and can be used to supply power to your project. It is compatible with CR2032 (non-rechargeable) and LIR2032 (rechargeable) coin cell batteries....Read More…
This coin cell holder accepts a size 2032 coin cell and can be used to supply power to your project. It is compatible with CR2032 (non-rechargeable) and LIR2032 (rechargeable) coin cell batteries. Compatible with the eTiles DevBoard.
Due to air shipping regulations, we do not include or sell coin cell batteries. However, these batteries can be easily found locally.
- Tile Footprint: 3 x 2
- Dimensions: 34 x 22mm
- Power: Vin
- Signals: None
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Hong Kong Post: International Shipping (with Tracking Number)
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ETiles (http://etiles.com) is a brand owned by Amoeba Robotics Ltd., which is the parent company of Robugtix Ltd. While carrying out our Advanced Robotics Research & Development work, we often found it quite annoying to have cables tangled up in a bundle on our electronics boards and very time-consuming to hook up individual cables for each sensor. So, we came up with these little electronic tiles that can be neatly and quickly snapped into place and require no soldering.
The modular design of eTiles lets us quickly iterate different configurations of robots with different sensors. We are now sharing this with the rest of the world so that everyone can focus on the important parts of their projects without wasting time on hooking up cables and soldering.
To learn more about how eTiles works, check out this blog post http://etiles.com/blog/introducing-etiles/.