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Tips on trouble-free and safe use of lithium-ion batteries
Lithium-ion batteries are the most powerful and high energy density batteries ever made. Today, they are indispensable for supplying power to digital equipment such as personal computers, mobile phones and other such devices.
Recently, however, there have been attempts to disassemble and modify lithium-ion battery packs found in personal computers and mobile phones.
Lithium-ion batteries have several safety mechanisms built into them or their packs to enable safe use of high power.
Lithium-ion batteries are labeled warnings against disassembling, heating, short-circuiting and soldering them. Be sure to read these warnings.
Lithium-ion batteries are manufactured and available as battery packs encased in plastic.
Beware of batteries that:
Such battery packs may have been disassembled or modified.
For your own safety, confirm with sales staff before buying a battery pack.
CAUTION - Do not buy, use, accept, or give away modified lithium-ion batteries.
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