Please pay attention to the following. If not followed, the battery may experience leakage, excessive heat or explosion.
- Do not immerse the battery in water or seawater, and keep the battery in a cool dry, place when stored and inactive.
- Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source such as fire or a heater.
- Use the battery charger specifically when recharging.
- Do not reverse the position and negative terminals.
- Do not connect the battery electrodes to an electrical outlet.
- Do not discard the battery in fire or a heater.
- Do not short-circuit the battery by directly connecting the positive and negative terminals with metal objects.
- Do not transport or store the battery together with metal objects such as hairpins, necklaces, etc.
- Do not strike, trample or throw the battery.
- Do not directly solder the battery and pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects.
- Do not use or leave the battery at high temperature (for example at strong direct sunlight). Otherwise, it can overheat or catch fire or its performance will be degenerate and its service life will be decreased
- Do not use the battery in locations where static electricity and magnetic fields exist otherwise the safety circuits may be damaged, causing a safety hazard.
- If the battery leaks and the electrolyte gets into the eyes, do not rub the eyes, instead, rinse the eyes with clean water, and immediately seek medical attention. Otherwise, it may injure the eyes.
- If the battery gives off a strange odor, generates heat, becomes discolored or deformed, or in any way appears abnormal during use, recharging or storage, immediately remove it from the device or battery charger and stop using it.
- In case the battery terminals are dirty, clean the terminals with a dry cloth before use. Otherwise poor performance may occur due to the poor connection with the instrument.
- Be aware of discarded batteries may cause fire or explosion; tape the battery terminals to insulate them.