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NEW PRODUCT – Waterproof 3xAA Battery Holder with On/Off Switch

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NEW PRODUCT – Waterproof 3xAA Battery Holder with On/Off Switch. Keep your power source safe and toasty in these waterproof 3xAA battery holders. They’re just like classic switched battery holders, but designed for survival! The case has a rubber gasket around the edge of the case (its black and hard to see in the photos but it is there) and attaches together with 4 machine screws. What we like about this design is that the hexnuts are captive in one side and you can assemble/disassemble as many times as you need. There’s a potted power switch and a rubber-boot on-off switch (press to turn on/off). Use with any alkaline or rechargeable batteries for about 4.5V output.

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Would work great with our waterproof DC power plugs (just use heatshrink to waterproof the solder connections)

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The power cable wires are not polarity marked, use any multimeter to verify the polarity during use.

  • Weight: 36 grams
  • 2″ (2.5″ with machine screw ears) x 3″ x.8″ (50mm (63mm with machine screw ears) x 77mm x 20mm)
  • 6″ (150mm) long power cable

In stock and shipping!


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1 Comment

  1. Is there space in the area where the switch is located to place any user components? It looks like it might be large enough to fit a ATTiny or other small MCU.

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