I am looking for a detachable battery pack case that will easily clip or snap onto an OEM holder that is mounted to the bottom of a kinetic art piece. Something like a battery pack attaching to a portable drill would be perfect. But to do so, I need to find the mating hardware to attach to the art piece so a battery pack can clip, snap, or slip onto the art piece. The battery pack needs to hold lithium ion batteries for a 12 volt, and about 10000 mAh pack. I want the user to be able to attach/detach the battery pack with one hand, so a battery pack that has some sort of plug on the end of a wire would be too cumbersome to connect/disconnect. I would greatly appreciate any help in finding a pack/hardware that works for me!
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