Micro Battery

  • Handling Precautions
  • Interpretation of batteries in the European Directives


Handling Precautions

Please read and observe the following precautions thoroughly.Improper battery handling may cause leakage, heating, explosion of the battery, which may lead to injury or product failure.

  • Never charge the battery. Charging the battery may cause decomposition of the battery electrolyte or increase of the battery internal pressure. Leakage, heating, explosion of the battery may be caused as a result of it.
  • Keep away from infants. If infant happened to swallow the battery, consult a doctor immediately.
  • In case of eye contact with the battery electrolyte, immediately flush eyes thoroughly with water, and consult a doctor.
  • In case of skin or cloth contact with the battery electrolyte, immediately flush thoroughly with water.
  • Do not heat or disposed in fire or disassemble the battery. It may damage the gasket, and may cause leakage, heating or explosion.
  • Do not short-circuit positive(+) and negative(-) terminals. Keep away from metal or other conductive materials. Jumbling the batteries of direct contact with positive(+) and negative(-) terminals and metal or other conductive materials may cause short-circuit.
  • When the battery is stored or disposed, isolate positive(+) and negative(-) terminals of the battery to avoid those terminals touch each other.
  • Insert the battery with positive(+) and negative(-) terminals correctly oriented.
  • Do not put the battery into microwave oven or drying machine.
  • Do not drop, apply excessive damage or deform the battery.
  • Do not mix the used battery together with the new battery or different type of batteries.
  • Do not store the battery in high temperature and high humidity location and where the battery is exposed to sunlight to avoid performance deterioration, swelling or leakage, of the battery.

Interpretation of batteries in the European Directives

This product complies with EC regulation values (Directive 2006/66/EC, 2013/56/EU).
If the hazardous substances (Mercury(Hg), Cadmium(Cd), and Lead(Pb)) are contained in it, they are under the limits of this directive.

RoHS directive & European Directives

Battery and battery pack are excluded from RoHS directive (DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 8 June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment).

LINK Interpretation of batteries in the European Directives


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