Recommendations for The Safe Use of Lithium Batteries
With the continuous popularization of various electronic devices, various lithium batteries have entered people's lives. The popularity of lithium batteries has brought convenience to people's lives, but if used improperly, accidents can easily occur. Therefore, we must pay attention to the following matters when using lithium batteries.
First of all, before use, people first check whether the purchased lithium battery is matched with the electrical appliance. Before installation, check the lithium battery extreme and the appliance and its contacts to ensure cleanliness and good conductivity, and ensure that there is no short circuit during use.
Then do not mix the new lithium battery with the old battery. Due to the different technical details and battery capacity of different manufacturers and the lithium battery has designated positive and negative terminal directions, connecting the battery to the positive and negative terminals in the opposite direction will cause the battery to be charged incorrectly and may cause abnormal internal chemical reactions, resulting in leakage and overheating , Explosion or fire, so as not to affect the normal use of the battery. Therefore, if the battery is not suitable, do not forcibly insert the battery into the battery charger or device.
Second, the biggest difference between lithium batteries and ordinary batteries is that lithium batteries do not have the "memory effect" of ordinary batteries, so there is no need to charge and discharge lithium batteries to maintain battery capacity. Generally speaking, the battery will memorize the user's daily charge and discharge range and mode. It is difficult to change this mode over time, and it cannot be charged or discharged significantly. Lithium batteries do not have this effect, so they have the advantages of high voltage, long life, durability and so on.
Finally, users should not connect the positive and negative terminals of the lithium battery to metal objects, nor should they carry or store lithium batteries with metal objects, such as necklaces, hairpins, coins, and keys. Metal objects may short-circuit the positive and negative electrodes of the lithium battery, causing a large current to be allowed, which may cause the battery to overheat, explode or catch fire, or overheat the metal object.