Panasonic battery instructions
Different types of batteries have different uses, such as starter type batteries: mainly used for starting and lighting of automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, diesel engines, etc.; fixed type batteries: mainly used for communication, power plants, computer systems as protection, automatic control Backup power supply; traction type battery: mainly used for various battery vehicles, forklifts, forklifts and other power sources; railway batteries: mainly used for railway diesel locomotives, electric locomotives, bus start, lighting power; energy storage batteries: mainly It is used for electric energy storage for power generation such as wind power and solar energy. The battery is not only important in quality, but the correct method of use is also important. details as follows:
1. Do not short-circuit the positive and negative terminals of the battery. If it is short-circuited, there is a danger of battery leakage and fire.
2. The operating temperature range of the battery is as follows. If it is used outside this temperature range, it will cause battery performance, life reduction, damage and deformation. Discharge -15 ° C -50 ° C, charge 0 ° C -40 ° C, keep -15 ° C -40 ° C
3. When the battery is installed in the machine, the machine should not use a sealing structure. If the sealing structure is used, there is a danger of damage to the machine and personal injury.
4. Please do not use insulated wires containing plasticizer. In addition, please do not use organic solvents and cleaning agents such as banana water, gasoline, volatile oil, oil, grease. If these materials are used to contact the battery case, the pool case may be cracked or cracked, causing the battery to leak, catch fire, and the like.
5. Do not disassemble, modify or destroy the battery.
6. The battery contains dilute sulfuric acid inside. When the liquid leaking from the battery gets on your skin and clothing, rinse it with plenty of water.
7. Please replace the battery according to the instruction manual or the replacement period indicated on the machine.
8. Do not deform the battery. Do not crush, puncture, or otherwise damage the battery. These abuses can cause a short circuit in the battery.
9. Do not put the battery in a fire. When the battery is placed in a fire, the gathering of heat causes an explosion and personal injury. Do not attempt to burn the battery except for a suitable controlled incineration method.
10. Do not let children touch the battery or replace the battery without adult supervision. Batteries that are likely to be swallowed should be kept out of contact with children, especially those that can be placed in the food gauge shown in the figure. Once someone has taken the battery, seek medical help immediately.
11. Do not seal or change the battery. Sealing the battery or other forms of changing the battery will cause the safety valve of the battery to be blocked, so that it cannot be discharged in time when gas is generated inside the battery. If you think you have to change the battery, you should try to get the manufacturer's advice.
12. For unused batteries, they should be stored in their original packaging and kept away from metal materials. If the package is opened, it should be discharged in an orderly manner. Do not mess up. When unpackaged batteries and metal materials are mixed together, it is possible to short-circuit the battery. The best way to avoid this is to use their original packaging to hold unused batteries.
13. Unless it is used in an emergency, batteries that have not been used for a long time should be taken out of the electrical device as much as possible. When a battery does not perform satisfactorily or can be expected to be unused for a long period of time, it is beneficial to remove it from the device, although current batteries on the market have a protective casing or other means to control leakage. But a partially or completely used battery will still leak more easily than an unused battery.