hium Battery Warning
Lithium batteries are powerful devices that can pose a safety hazard if not handled properly. Here are some important safety warnings to keep in mind:
- Do not expose lithium batteries to heat or fire. This can cause the batteries to explode or catch fire.
- Do not short-circuit lithium batteries. This can also cause the batteries to explode or catch fire.
- Do not charge lithium batteries in an unattended location. If a battery overheats during charging, it could cause a fire.
- Do not store lithium batteries in a hot or humid environment. This can shorten the battery's lifespan and increase the risk of a fire.
- Do not dispose of lithium batteries in the trash. Lithium batteries should be recycled properly to prevent environmental damage.
If you see any of the following signs, immediately stop using the battery and contact the manufacturer:
- The battery is leaking or swelling.
- The battery is hot to the touch.
- The battery is making strange noises.
- The battery has been damaged in any way.
By following these safety warnings, you can help to prevent lithium battery fires and explosions.
Here are some additional tips for handling lithium batteries safely:
- Use only the charger that came with the battery.
- Do not over-charge or under-charge the battery.
- Store the battery in a cool, dry place.
- Do not puncture or crush the battery.
By following these tips, you can help to extend the life of your lithium batteries and keep them safe.NOTICE: IF YOU RETURN ANY PRODUCT CONTAINING A LITHIUM BATTERY you are responsible for making sure the item is safe to ship and shipping it in compliance with all state and federal laws regarding the shipment of Lithium batteries.