ZedLabz

AA Battery holder testing pack with alligator / crocodile clips & on/off switch, ideal for console testing | ZedLabz

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Features:

- Battery holder tester pack ideal for handheld mods & repairs.
- Holds 2 x AA batteries providing approx 3V of power.
- Integrated On/off switch on the battery pack makes testing easier.
- Easy to use alligator clips attach to existing battery terminals.
- Compatible with various devices that run at 3 volts.

Description:

Use this handy battery tester pack to power up your battery powered handheld game device without having to completely rebuilt it into its housing.

Quickly connect positive and negative alligator / crocodile clips to the motherboard battery terminals and power on.

The pack has its own on/off switch which is typically easier to access and operate than the devices own switch when its stripped down.

This solution is both simple and inexpensive when compared to investing in a desktop power supply for basic level repairs or modding, every toolbox should have one.




Platform multi platform
Colour Black
Manufacturer ZedLabz
EAN 5056026464291
SKU 100139
Weight 17g

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Jordan
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A recent hobby of mine is fixing up gameboy colors and Gameboy advances are these have come in very handy for testing and troubleshooting.
I'd say if you're only planning on doing 1 or 2 gameboys for yourself you don't really need this but for someone like me who's doing about 6 at the moment these are invaluable