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BattBorg - Pi Battery Power Board (Soldered Kit)
The BattBorg is a plug and play power converter for your Raspberry Pi which allows you to power the Raspberry Pi with batteries!  It's great for robot projects, or where you need to leave you Pi unmanned for extended periods without a wired ..
£15.50
Ex Tax: £12.92
Based on 1 reviews.
BattBorg - Pi Battery Power Board (Unsoldered Kit)
The BattBorg is a plug and play power converter for your Raspberry Pi which allows you to power the Raspberry Pi with batteries!  It's great for robot projects, or where you need to leave you Pi unmanned for extended periods without a w..
£13.00
Ex Tax: £10.83
Based on 0 reviews.
BattBorg - Pi Battery Power Board PCB Only (Soldered)
The BattBorg is a plug and play power converter for your Raspberry Pi which allows you to power the Raspberry Pi with batteries!  It's great for robot projects, or where you need to leave you Pi unmanned for extended periods without a w..
£13.00
Ex Tax: £10.83
Based on 0 reviews.
BattBorg - Pi Battery Power Board PCB Only (Unsoldered)
The BattBorg is a plug and play power converter for your Raspberry Pi which allows you to power the Raspberry Pi with batteries!  It's great for robot projects, or where you need to leave you Pi unmanned for extended periods without a w..
£10.99
Ex Tax: £9.16
Based on 0 reviews.
Battery Holder (10 x AA)
Our favourite way to power our robots is using AA batteries. They're readily available and pose a lower risk of fire compared to Lithium based batteries, especially when learning about robotics. To secure your batteries you need a good holder,..
£3.00
Ex Tax: £2.50
Based on 0 reviews.
Battery Holder (2 x AA)
Our favourite way to power our robots is using AA batteries. They're readily available and pose a lower risk of fire compared to Lithium based batteries, especially when learning about robotics. To secure your batteries you need a good holder,..
£1.50
Ex Tax: £1.25
Based on 0 reviews.
Battery Holder (4 x AA)
Our favourite way to power our robots is using AA batteries. They're readily available and pose a lower risk of fire compared to Lithium based batteries, especially when learning about robotics. To secure your batteries you need a good holder,..
£1.50
Ex Tax: £1.25
Based on 0 reviews.
Battery Holder (6 x AA)
Our favourite way to power our robots is using AA batteries. They're readily available and pose a lower risk of fire compared to Lithium based batteries, especially when learning about robotics. To secure your batteries you need a good holder,..
£1.50
Ex Tax: £1.25
Based on 0 reviews.
Battery Holder (8 x AA)
Our favourite way to power our robots is using AA batteries. They're readily available and pose a lower risk of fire compared to Lithium based batteries, especially when learning about robotics. To secure your batteries you need a good holder,..
£2.00
Ex Tax: £1.67
Based on 0 reviews.

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