Battery Handling Precautions
Carefully read this instruction manual
before using TEIG batteries and follow the
instruction on using TEIG batteries. Failure to
carefully observe the following procedures and precautions can
result in leakage of battery fluid, permanently damage
batteries, heat generation, bursting, fire and serious
- Never dispose of
TEIG batteries in fire or heat them.
- Never short circuit
- Never disassemble,
modify or reconstruct TEIG batteries.
- Never solder lead
wires directly on to TEIG
- Never deform, cover or
obstruct the gas release vent.
- Never directly connect
TEIG batteries to a direct power source.
- Never use batteries
that are leaking, deformed, damaged or different from their
- Only use specified
chargers that meet TEIG's specifications.
- Only use
TEIG batteries on the equipment they are
- Avoid sealed
structures when TEIG batteries be used in an equipment or
housed inside a case.
- Do not apply water,
sea water or other oxidizing agents
to TEIG batteries.
- Do not connect
TEIG batteries in parallel or more than 20
batteries in series.
- Do not remove the
casing of TEIG batteries or damage it.
- Do not strike or drop
- Do not use old and new
batteries mixed together or batteries at different charge
- Do not use
TEIG batteries together with any other
- Do not hold
TEIG batteries by their lead wires or
- Do not charge
TEIG batteries beyond the recommended time.
- Do not charge or
use TEIG batteries with the positive
and negative terminals reversed.
- Do not overcharge
TEIG batteries over predetermined charging
time by the battery charger's instructions or indicator.
- When more than two
batteries are to be used together, charge them
simultaneously prior to use.
- Children should
use TEIG batteries only under guidance
of their parents.
TEIG batteries in a dry place and within
the recommended storage temperature range.
- Clean TEIG
battery terminals with a soft dry cloth only.
- TEIG batteries contain the
strong colorless alkaline solution. If user's eyes, skin or
clothing comes in contact with fluid from the batteries,
wash them thoroughly with clean water and consult a doctor
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