Warnings and precautions when using high-capacity lithium batteries
To prevent possible leakage, heat generation and explosion of high-capacity lithium batteries, please pay attention to the following precautions:
It is strictly forbidden to immerse high-capacity lithium batteries in sea water or water. When they are not in use, they should be placed in a cool and dry environment. It is forbidden to use or leave high-capacity lithium batteries near heat and high temperature sources, such as fires, heaters, etc. Please use a special charger for lithium-ion batteries when charging. It is strictly prohibited to use high-capacity lithium batteries upside down. It is strictly forbidden to connect high-capacity lithium batteries directly to power outlets. Do not throw high-capacity lithium batteries into fire or heaters. It is forbidden to use metal to directly connect the positive and negative electrodes of the battery to short circuit. It is forbidden to transport or store high-capacity lithium batteries together with metals, such as hairpins, necklaces, etc. Do not knock or throw, trample on the battery, etc. It is forbidden to weld the battery directly and pierce the battery with nails or other sharp objects.
It is forbidden to use or place high-capacity lithium batteries at high temperatures, otherwise it may cause the battery to overheat, catch fire or malfunction, and shorten its life.
It is forbidden to use it in places with strong static electricity and strong magnetic fields, otherwise it will easily damage the battery safety protection device and bring hidden dangers of insecurity.
If the high-capacity lithium battery leaks and the electrolyte enters your eyes, please do not rub it, rinse your eyes with clean water, and immediately send to a doctor for treatment, otherwise it will hurt your eyes.
If the high-capacity lithium battery emits peculiar smell, heat, discoloration, deformation or any abnormal phenomenon during use, storage, or charging, immediately remove the battery from the device or charger and stop using it.
If the high-capacity lithium battery gets dirty, wipe it off with a dry cloth before use, otherwise it may cause poor contact and function failure.
Waste high-capacity lithium batteries should be covered with insulating paper to prevent fire and explosion.