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2xAAA Battery Cage with JST Connector

2xAAA Battery Cage with JST connector. Supplied with 145mm colour coded leads. Perfect as a power supply to the BBC micro:bit or the Igloo Wearable Module.

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This 2xAAA Battery Cage with JST connector is compatible with the Igloo, PICAXE wearable module and the BBC micro:bit. Supplied with 145mm colour coded power leads and a JST connector at the end, this battery cage is light and features a M3 mounting hole in the centre so it can be attached to the back of BBC micro:bit cases. The JST connector easily plugs into the Igloo and BBC micro:bit to provide a portable power supply. Ideal in any project kit with a JST connector power supply interface.


  • JST connector for easy power supply connections.
  • Holds 2 x AAA batteries.
  • Clips hold AAA batteries securely in place.
  • 145mm colour coded power leads and a JST connector.
  • Clip holder resistant to sudden impacts and vibrations.


  • 1 x 2xAAA Battery Cage with JST Connector.


  • Length: 53mm.
  • Width: 25mm.
  • Height: 13mm.


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