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Battery Transition Board
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Product Overview

The Battery Transition Board has a 6 position multi directional male type connector. The contacts are brass plated and are plated with gold in mating area and is UL 94V-0 rated. It has a current rating of 3A. The circuit board is made of a FR4 material which functions better as an electrical insulator. It is flame retardant as well. Hazardous materials are not present in the transition board hence it is environmentally safe. The board is compliant to RoHS standards. The battery transition board is used for electrical power transmission in the battery circuit. The transition boards are fabricated to generate power in the batteries. This transition board is compatible with the MAC 5500 and MAC 3500 systems. The gold coated surface on the mating area helps to transmit the power in a most efficient way almost with almost no power loss. The transition board is available in varying sizes and has wide range of applications.

Compatible Products

MAC 5500

MAC 5500

MAC 3500

MAC 3500

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