Grounding Battery Spring Contact
Battery contact also known as contact shrapnel, battery spring contact, etc., is an important part of the battery, which is used to connect the positive and negative poles of the battery. According to different classification standards, battery shrapnel can be divided into different types.
According to different materials, battery contact shrapnes can be divided into copper, iron, stainless steel and other types. Battery shrapnel of different materials has different electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance, so it is suitable for different types of batteries.
According to the different shapes, battery contact can be divided into two types: straight and bent. Straight tabs are usually used for prismatic cells, while bent tabs are usually used for round cells.
According to different uses, battery contact / shrapnel can be divided into two types: single-sided shrapnel and double-sided shrapnel. Single-sided shrapnel is usually used for the connection of the positive or negative electrode, while double-sided shrapnel is usually used for the connection between the positive and negative electrodes.
In short, different types of battery shrapnel have different characteristics and application scenarios, and choosing the right shrapnel is very important to ensure the normal use and safety of the battery.