Coin Cell Battery Holder - 24.5mm (PTH)

Through-hole 24.5 mm coin cell holder. This holder fits our rechargeable 24.5mm Lithium Ion coin cell battery. Holds battery in place with friction. Metal housing is +, PCB pad underneath is -.

Coin Cell Battery Holder - 24.5mm (PTH) Product Help and Resources

Adjustable LiPo Charger Hookup Guide

September 28, 2017

The SparkFun Adjustable LiPo Charger is a single-cell lithium polymer (LiPo) and lithium ion battery charger. Because it’s adjustable, this charger will be able to safely charge all of our singe-cell batteries.

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Customer Comments

  • I bought it in order to hold some little coin cells in my robotics projects but they don’t work for that. I’m sure they work fine for whatever their actual purpose is, but that purpose does not appear to be simply acting as a battery holder on their own (ie, without a PCB board or something). Kinda sucks I bought these things but at least they’re cheap.

  • https://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Batteries/Coin_Cell_Holder_245mm-3009.pdf copy this for datasheet!

  • This is 3009 model

  • is this 3007 or 3009 model?

  • The Eagle part for this doesn’t have positive for both pins on the housing, only one of them.

  • Sorry to say, but the link is still bum.

  • The link to the data sheet is broken (again apparently)
    could you please fix it as I need to create a footprint (in P-Cad) in order to use this part.

  • While cheap, these style of holders are a PITA. They rely on good contact between the battery and a solder pad on the PCB for one side of the circuit.
    We used them on a production basis and we had many problems with contaminants making a bad connection. Finally ended up manually swabbing each board before it went out. Do yourself a favor and get a holder with two contacts.

    • If you’re doing any kind of reflow soldering on your boards for SMD, I’d think you could just leave a hole in the paste stencil for that pad, a good blob of solder should create a nice clean “bump” which the holder will push the battery against. Though I can see how these could certainly be a pain without that.

  • Sorry about that. Should be fixed now.

  • The link to the datasheet is broken, can you please fix it? I am interested in using this product

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