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Battery use precautions
Lithium batteries contain unstable materials such as lithium, organic solvents and other chemicals. Improper operation may result in heating, fire or explosion, which may cause harm to the human body. To avoid accidents when handling batteries, be sure to observe the following precautions.
1. Please do not stack batteries
Avoid direct contact between the positive and negative terminals of the battery. This may cause a short circuit and cause the battery to heat up, catch fire, or even explode.
2. Please do not put the battery in a fire.
Putting the battery in a fire is extremely dangerous and can cause an explosion and a violent flash.
3. Please do not heat the battery.
When the lithium battery is heated above 100 ° C (212 ° F), it may damage the battery seal, diaphragm and other materials, causing leakage and internal short circuit, resulting in fire or explosion.
4. Please do not solder the battery directly
Heat generated during soldering can damage battery seals, diaphragms, and other materials, causing leaks and internal short circuits that can cause fire or explosion.
5. Please do not charge the battery
Charging the battery can cause internal swelling of the battery, which may cause fire or explosion.
6. Please do not open the battery
Disassembling the lithium battery may generate an irritating gas, and the lithium metal may react with the moisture in the air to generate heat and catch fire.
7. Please do not deform the battery
When the ultimate pressure is applied to the outside of the battery, the battery seal may be damaged, causing leakage or internal short circuit, which may cause fire or explosion.
8. Please do not mix different types of batteries
For some appliances, mixing different models or old and new batteries may cause excessive discharge due to voltage and capacitance differences, which may cause the battery to expand or even explode.
9. Please install the battery correctly
Inverting the battery in the application device may cause a short circuit, which may cause fire or even explosion.
10. Properly dispose of used batteries
Dispose of used batteries immediately in accordance with local waste recycling regulations.
Please ensure that all relevant departments, such as the production department, sales department and external subcontractors, strictly abide by the above precautions. For additional details, please contact our sales representative.