9V battery connector (I type) 9V Wire 15cm 24AWG Holder Cable Lead Socket Plug Buckle
A 9V battery connector is a component used to connect a 9-volt battery to a device or circuit. It typically consists of a plastic housing with two metal contacts that match the positive and negative terminals of the 9V battery. The connector allows for easy and reliable connections to the battery without the need for soldering.
The most common type of 9V battery connector is the “snap-on” or “clip” style connector. It has a design that allows you to easily snap the battery into the connector, making a secure electrical connection.
- Snap-On Connector: This type of connector has two metal contacts inside a plastic housing. One contact is for the positive terminal (+) of the battery, usually indicated by a red wire. The other contact is for the negative terminal (-) of the battery, typically indicated by a black wire. The wires extending from the connector allow you to connect the battery to the device or circuit.
- Solder Tab Connector: This type of connector also has two metal tabs, one for the positive terminal and one for the negative terminal of the 9V battery. However, instead of wires, it has small tabs or solder points that you can solder directly onto a circuit board or a device’s power input.