Conditions for use of lead-acid batteries
(1) Avoid direct contact between the battery and the metal container. Acid and heat-resistant materials should be used, otherwise it may cause smoke or burning.
(2) Use the specified charger to charge under the specified conditions, otherwise it may cause the battery to overheat, deflate, leak, burn or rupture.
(3) Do not install the battery in a sealed device, as this may cause the device to rupture.
(4) When using the battery in the medical equipment, please install the backup power supply outside the main power supply, otherwise the main power failure will cause injury.
(5) Keep the battery away from places where sparking equipment can be generated. Otherwise, sparks may cause the battery to smoke or rupture.
(6) Do not place the battery near a heat source (such as a transformer), as this may cause the battery to overheat, leak, burn, or rupture.
(7) When the number of batteries in the application exceeds one, please ensure that the connection between the batteries is correct, and the connection with the charger or the load is correct, otherwise the battery may be broken, burned or damaged, and in some cases, it may hurt people.
(8) Pay special attention not to let the battery lie on your feet.
(9) The specified use range of the battery is as follows. Exceeding this range may cause damage to the battery.
The normal operating range of the battery is: 77.F (25 ° C)
After the battery is discharged (installed in the device): 5.F to 122.F (-15 ° C to 50 ° C)
After charging: 32.F to 104.F (0°C to 40°C)
During storage: 5.F to 104.F (-15°C to 40°C)
(10) Do not place the battery mounted on the locomotive at high temperatures, in direct sunlight, in a fire or in front of a fire, as this may cause the battery to leak, ignite or rupture.
(11) Do not use the battery in a place full of dust, which may cause a short circuit in the battery. When using the battery in a dusty environment, check the battery regularly.