ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Thu Aug 12 14:04:07 CDT 2010
> > Ooh... I've seen that page before, and that technique looks dangerous
> > (the soldering to the Li battery part).
> The places I've been who supply large numbers of replacement batteries
> all have a fancy welding rig which they can use to stick a set of bands
There ahve been various designes for these in magazines and on the web
over the years. They don't look too hard to build.
> on any battery, including lithium, by welding. Then solder to that. It
> may not be as pretty as some of the soldered approaches, but i agree
> with you, I'm not going to apply solder heat to a lithium battery. It's
> all about heat not temperature to make them explode.
Nor would I. But you can get lithium coin cells with PCB pins (which you
can solder to), or coil cell holders. I would use the latter if there was
space, it makes future repairs easier...
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