Linx Technologies' New Surface Mount Battery Holders Are Compact & Affordable
February 29, 2012 Press Release
29, 2012 -- Merlin, Oregon --
New surface and through-hole mount
from Linx provide solid electrical contact for CR1216, CR1225, CR2016, CR2025 and CR2032 lithium coin and button
cells. The compact design of the holders is great for space-constrained applications such as computers, remote
controls and other handheld electronics.
The battery holders’ low price makes them a smart choice for
high-volume projects. Their nickel-plated phosphor bronze construction provides good conductivity and strength.
Two metal arms secure the battery to the contact patch.
About Linx Technologies
Linx Technologies is a leading provider within the wireless industry of cost-effective, easily applied, and highly
versatile radio frequency (RF) products. Since its inception, Linx has directly served over 10,000 customers and
countless more through distributors worldwide. Linx is comprised of four divisions: Linx Technologies, Antenna
Factor, Connector City, and Apex Wireless. The largest division, Linx Technologies, specializes in hybrid wireless
modules, OEM RF products, and interface solutions such as encoder/decoder ICs. Antenna Factor specializes in
cost-effective standard and custom antennas for a wide range of consumer and industrial wireless products.
Connector City provides high quality standard and custom connectors and cable assemblies for volume OEM
applications. Apex wireless provides consulting, engineering, and design services focusing on high-performance,
cost-optimized products that employ wireless RF transmitters, receivers, and transceivers.
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