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How To Maintain Battery Product Safety, Balance Wheel Should Avoid Riding On Rainy Days

C-STAR Industrial Limited | Updated: Apr 09, 2018

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The occurrence of spontaneous combustion of the balance wheel battery has rarely occurred, which has aroused public concern. The proper use of batteries for balance vehicles and related electronic products cannot be ignored.


According to industry sources, batteries are divided into dry batteries, lead-acid batteries, nickel-metal hydride (Ni-Cd) batteries, and lithium-ion batteries. Lithium batteries are the most commonly used batteries for explosions. In everyday life, lithium battery products are everywhere, and most of the batteries involved in mobile power, electric vehicles, and mobile phones are lithium batteries.


Then, as an ordinary consumer, how can we maintain and reduce the chance of accidents when we use related products on a daily basis?


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First of all, the temperature has an important influence on the lithium battery. When used and stored in an environment below -10°C or above 50°C, the lithium battery's battery life and battery life will be severely reduced and should be avoided as much as possible.


In addition, once the lithium battery enters the water, it will cause a power failure or a fire risk, and should avoid water ingress. For batteries such as balancing vehicles and electric vehicles, cycling should be avoided in bad weather such as rain or snow. Short circuit occurs when the water flows to the circuit connection, causing short-circuit damage to the internal protection board and deterioration of the battery core. If you continue to use or charge, it will lead to further damage to other important components, there are hidden dangers such as power off spontaneous combustion.


Battery installation and disassembly have certain operating specifications and require specialized tools. As an ordinary citizen, you should also avoid disassembling the lithium battery pack at random. Otherwise, serious accidents may be caused by electric shock or short circuit.