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== Technical Specifications and Assembly Instructions==
 
== Technical Specifications and Assembly Instructions==
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Print time estimate: 60 minutes
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Assembly time estimate: 30 minutes
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In short, we'll be wiring up the appropriate battery terminals to the input of the
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# After printing the 18650 holder design, insert metal battery spring clips into each end of the cell holder. The pointed contact end, with the hole for a wire, should be toward the bottom of the cell holder. Bend these metal tails outward, so they're exposed on either end of the battery holder, and can be soldered to.
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# Solder short wires to the battery terminals.
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# Wires should wrap around, under the battery holder, to a hollow area where the Li-Ion protection circuit can be mounted. Solder the wire from the positive battery terminal to the contact marked B+ on the board, and solder the wire from the negative battery terminal to the contact marked B- on the board.
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# Power will come out of this board on the P- and P+. Solder short wires to these pads.
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# We'll run these output wires underneath the board, and out the side, where our regulator circuit can be mounted.
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=== Common Problems and Solutions===
 
=== Common Problems and Solutions===
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