Email:colin@lanko.ccShenzhen Lianguang Communication Technology Co.,Ltd

Shenzhen Lianguang Communication Technology Co.,Ltd

Product Categories
Contact Us

Contact:Colin
Mobile: +86 17512023457
Tel: +86-755-28445185
E-mail: colin@lanko.cc

Add: 7 Floor, Bantian Group Business Central, Changfaxi Road Bantian street, Longgang District, Shenzhen, China
Postcode: 518129
Fax: +86-755-28445185

Cautions for use of rechargeable batteries

Cautions for use of rechargeable batteries

1. Read the battery instructions carefully, use the recommended batteries and operate according to the operating rules;
2. Check whether the contacts of electrical appliances and batteries are clean, wipe them with wet cloth if necessary, and load them in the correct polar direction after drying.
3. Don't let children change batteries without adult supervision. Small batteries such as AAA should be placed where children can't get them.
4. Do not mix new, old batteries or different types of batteries, especially dry batteries and rechargeable batteries.
5. Do not attempt to regenerate primary batteries by heating, charging or other means in order to avoid danger.
6. Do not short-circuit rechargeable batteries, otherwise they will damage batteries and heat them to burn.
7. Do not heat batteries or throw them into water or fire. Putting batteries in water will cause them to fail. Putting batteries in fire will cause them to rupture or occur.
Intense chemical reactions burst people, or produce some harmful gases and smoke, etc.
8. Do not disassemble batteries or try to penetrate them with sharp tools, because the electrolyte inside the batteries can damage skin and clothing.
9. After using the electric appliances, the power switch should be disconnected to avoid the fire caused by fever, etc.
10. Batteries should be removed from electrical appliances that have not been used for a long time and stored after they have been emptied. The charge and discharge were taken out every 3 months or so.
11. Batteries should be kept in a cool, dry place to avoid direct sunlight.
12. Nickel charger and lithium charger should not be mixed.
13. Batteries can not be welded. The high temperature generated during welding will damage the internal structure of batteries, which may make batteries unusable or even dangerous.
14. Unable to charge in reverse, reverse charging is equivalent to overdischarge. Overdischarge can cause adverse reactions inside the battery and lead to serious damage of the battery.
The amount of gas is likely to cause chemical leakage of rechargeable batteries.
15. Do not put rechargeable batteries under rainwater. Rainwater conducts electricity. When batteries are placed under rainwater, short-circuit may occur, which causes the batteries to discharge at a high instantaneous current.
Burning can damage batteries or cause danger.
16. Batteries cannot be stored in high temperature or high humidity. The reaction of batteries will intensify, so they can not provide enough capacity for electrical appliances. In addition,
Under high temperature and humidity, the aging speed of batteries will be greatly accelerated, and electronic components will be corroded (except high temperature batteries).
17. Do not insert the positive and negative electrodes into the battery, otherwise the battery will swell or burst.
18. When keeping batteries, it's better not to mix them with metal objects, and don't tear off the insulating film wrapped around them at will.

 

 

 

 2

 

 

 

 

Copyright © Shenzhen Lianguang Communication Technology Co.,Ltd All Rights Reserved.
QR Code
[[Html_Custom]]