Precautions For the Use of Lithium Polymer Batteries

Precautions For the Use of Lithium Polymer Batteries

Precautions for the use of polymer lithium-ion batteries.

1. It is forbidden to disassemble the battery under any circumstances.

2. It is forbidden to immerse the battery in water or sea water, and it cannot be damp.

3. It is forbidden to use or place batteries near heat sources, such as fires, heaters, etc.

4. It is forbidden to heat the battery or throw it into fire.

5. It is forbidden to directly weld the battery.

6. It is forbidden to charge in a fire or a very hot environment.

7. It is forbidden to put the battery into the microwave oven or high pressure container.

8. It is forbidden to use or place the battery under high temperature (such as strong sunlight or very hot car), otherwise it will cause overheating, fire or function decline and shortened life.

9. In theory, there is no flowing electrolyte in the polymer lithium-ion battery, but if the electrolyte leaks and comes into contact with the skin, eyes or other parts of the body, immediately rinse the electrolyte with clean water and seek medical attention.

10. It is forbidden to use damaged cells (the plastic edge of the cell is damaged, the casing is damaged, the electrolyte gas is smelled, the electrolyte leaks, etc.).

In order to prevent the polymer lithium-ion battery from leaking, heating, and exploding, please pay attention to taking relevant precautions. If you are not sure, you can check the reasons that affect the number of cycles and life of the lithium-ion battery. Only know how to use polymer lithium correctly Ion batteries can maximize the battery’s electrical performance and have a longer service life.

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