This specially designed e-textiles coin cell holder from Kitronik has large connection points for the conductive thread.
These are clearly marked to show the battery polarity. The unit also has a small power switch so that you can turn the power on and off.
It uses a very thin PCB material to keep its size to a minimum. This allows it to be easily incorporated into your own e-textiles designs.
Caution: This coin cell holder contains Nickel and should not be used in designs where it will be in prolonged contact with the skin.
Dimensions: L44 x W20 x H4.5mm
For more information and examples showing you how to use these parts in a e-textiles design visit our dedicated e-textiles section.
This product is designed and manufactured in the UK by Kitronik.
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Hi Juan, This board would take a 3V coin cell battery and as such could only provide 3V maximum. The coin cell batteries also supply 200mA, and as such if 4 of the LED’s were connected and could supply enough voltage to turn them on, they would only last maybe 30 minutes before the battery was fully drained. You may be better with a power source such as this, https://www.kitronik.co.uk/4652-polymer-lithium-ion-battery-1ah.html.
You can run around 4-5 of the Electro-Fashion Sewable LEDs off a three voltage coin cell battery. They need to be connected up in parallel for the coin cell to power them sufficiently.
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