Connected Society, Connected Future. Industrial Batterires
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Safety Precautions and Usage Guidance Some batteries contain flammable substance which, if misused or mishandled, may result in electrolyte leakage, deformation, heat-generation, rupture, and/or fire. Please be sure to observe the following safety precautions. DANGER: READ BEFORE USE 1. Do not expose batteries to fresh water, seawater, beverages, or any other liquid, or allow batteries to get wet. Built-in safety equipment may be compromised, potentially resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 2. Do not use or leave batteries near fires, stoves, or other high-temperature objects 80 °C or over. If the plastic separator gets damaged due to heat exposure, short-circuiting inside batteries may cause heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 3. Never charge any battery type except rechargeable batteries. Ensure the device’s circuit design prevents current intrusion from other power sources. 4. When charging batteries, use approved battery chargers only and observe battery-charging usage conditions specified by Panasonic. When charging batteries in other charging conditions (undesignated temperatures, undesignated voltage, current, or modified chargers), over-charging, charging with abnormal current flow, an abnormal chemical reaction inside batteries may occur, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 5. Every battery has a predetermined polarity. If a battery does not fit comfortably in a battery charger or appliance, do not insert the battery by force. Instead, check the battery’s polarity. In case of reverse connection, batteries may charge backwards causing an abnormal chemical reaction which may result in leakage, heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 6. Do not attach batteries to an AC outlet or directly to a vehicle’s electrical outlet. This may result in electric shock, voltage spikes, and excessive current flow within the battery, potentially causing leakage, heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 7. Using batteries for unapproved applications may affect battery performance or reduce battery life. Usage in some devices may damage batteries due to abnormal current flow, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 8. Do not incinerate batteries or heat them to high temperatures. This will melt the insulator, damaging the gas valve and other safety measures, or ignite the electrolyte, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 9. Do not connect the positive terminal and negative terminal of a battery with any metal object. Also, do not store or carry batteries where they could contact keys, hairpins, paper clips, jewelry, etc. This may cause short-circuiting and excessive current flow resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire, or heat the contacted metals. 10. Do not subject batteries to high impact or shock. This may result in leakage, heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. If built-in safety equipment gets damaged, batteries may charge abnormally, causing an abnormal chemical reaction inside they battery which may result in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 11. Do not penetrate batteries with nails, strike with a hammer, etc. This will destroy safety equipment, cause battery deformation, or short-circuit the battery, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 12. Do not directly solder batteries or drop batteries into a solder bath. Heat may melt the insulation or cause damage to the safety valve and related equipment, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 13. Never disassemble, modify, or twist batteries inside the pack. Built-in safety equipment or protective mechanisms in the battery or battery pack may be compromised, potentially resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 14. Do not peel or scratch off the protective outer tube of a battery. Doing so can easily cause the batteries to leak, generate heat, or explode. 15. Do not charge batteries near fires or inside cars in hot weather. In high-temperature locations, a safety mechanism works to prevent danger but may impede charging or destroy the safety mechanism, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire due to charging via abnormal current flow/voltage or abnormal chemical reaction inside the battery. 16. Some batteries incorporate a gas-venting structure to discharge internal gases. For this reason, do not deform the positive electrode. 17. Some batteries cannot be installed in hermetically sealed equipment. Doing so may cause gas buildup inside the device, which may result in rupture or explosion if ignited. 18. Some batteries contain alkaline electrolyte. Accidental exposure may result in loss of eyesight. If contact occurs, do not rub the eye, but immediately wash with clean water and seek medical assistance as soon as possible. Lithium Batteries Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries Dry Batteries Catalog Please visit our website for the latest information: https://industria .panasonic.com/ https industrial.panasonic.co WARNING 1. To avoid accidental ingestion of small batteries, keep devices and batteries out of reach of children. If swallowed, seek emergency medical care immediately. 2. Do not place batteries in microwave ovens, high-pressure containers, or induction cookware. This may suddenly heat batteries or compromise their seal, resulting in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 3. Keep new batteries separate from used batteries, and never mix batteries of different capacities, types, or brands. This may result in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire due to over-discharging or over-charging and other abnormal chemical reactions inside the batteries when in use. 4. If an abnormal odor, temperature, discoloration, deformation, or other unusual symptom is detected when using, charging, or storing batteries, take them out of the device or charger, and do not use them. Using them as-is may result in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 5. When charging exceeds the specified replenishment time, stop charging the battery as soon as possible. Failing to do so may cause over-charging or result in heat-generation, smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 6. Take extreme care to prevent batteries from contacting fire if leakage or unusual smell is detected. Leaked electrolyte may ignite, resulting in smoke-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 7. If leaked electrolyte contacts eyes, do not rub them. Immediately wash the affected area with clean water and consult a doctor. Exposure to electrolyte may result in loss of eyesight if left untreated. 8. Secure in strong packaging so batteries inside a case do not move during transit. Failure to do so may cause damage or short-circuit the metal terminals. 9. When discarding used batteries, follow all relevant government laws and regulations in your country or region. CAUTION 1. Do not place batteries in direct sunlight, use, or store batteries inside cars in hot weather. This may result in battery leakage, heat-generation, and/or smoke-generation. Product performance and lifespan may be also be reduced. 2. Do not use batteries where static electricity greater than 100 V may damage built-in battery safety mechanisms, resulting in battery leakage, heat-generation, smoke-generation, rapture, and/or fire. 3. Regarding temperature range when charging batteries, contact your Panasonic sales representative or dealer for more details. Charging batteries outside the designated temperature range may result in battery leakage, heat-generation, and/or rapture, or reduce battery performance and lifespan. 4. Be sure to read instruction manual before use. Keep it in a safe place and refer to it when needed. 5. Carefully read the instruction manual(s) of the dedicated charger to learn how to properly and safely charge batteries. 6. If you notice oxidization, abnormal odor, excessive heat, or other unusual symptoms when using batteries for the first time after purchasing, do not use them and return them to point of purchase. 7. When batteries are likely to be used by small children, caregivers should provide advice on safe usage based on the user manual and provide adequate supervision to ensure the batteries are properly used. 8. Do not put flammable substances on batteries or cover them during charging or discharging. This may result in heat-generation, rupture, and/or fire. 9. If leaked electrolyte ever contacts skin or clothes, immediately wash the affected area with clean water. Failure to do so may result in rashes or other skin conditions. 10. Secure the battery terminals with adhesive tape or similar when wire leads or other metal terminals are exposed. Failure to do so may cause short-circuiting, resulting in heat-generation, fire, and/or rapture. Industrial Solutions Company Panasonic Corporation 1-1, Matsushita-cho, Moriguchi, Osaka, 570-8511, Japan https://industrial.panasonic.com/ The contents of this catalog are valid as of September, 2020 NOTICE: This literature contains information on batteries made by Panasonic Corporation. The information contained within is for descriptive purposes only and is not intended to make, imply, or represent any warranty or guarantee. Panasonic Corporation reserves the right to change or modify design, appearance, and specification without prior notice. Panasonic lithium batteries comply with all relevant and applicable safety and regulatory standards for commercial sale. Panasonic cannot accept responsibly for damage or misadventure due to mishandling or misuse, improper storage, shipping, or operation by the user, nor support any guarantees concerning claimed device performance except those explicitly made by Panasonic Corporation. © Copyright Panasonic Corporation, 2019. 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