Safety Tips While Using Li-ion Batteries

These days, every electronic appliance such as mobiles, camera, laptops and many more depend upon the rechargeable lithium-ion battery. There are various types of batteries used for electronic appliances such as cobalt-based lithium-ion battery and manganese.

The manganese lithium-ion batteries are popularly known for its thermal stability. As this battery can sustain the 250-degree Celsius temperature without any issues. Moreover, this battery has low resistance and are widely used in medical devices and power tools.

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Usually, lithium-based batteries are safe and secure to use. But sometimes these batteries may get internal malfunction and can lead to any mishap.

So, it is very important to use the safety steps while using the lithium-ion batteries that are mentioned below:

These days, many manufacturers are produced non-branded batteries that are widely used in the mobile due to its low price. These non-branded are safe to use as they manufacture it without high safety standards.So, it is always suggestible to use the batteries that are branded.

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These non-branded batteries have many issues such as excessive overheating, change in shape and many more. If your batteries are showing these symptoms then you should immediately replace it.

As per the experts, you should never throw the drained battery in the garbage. In Fact, you should directly visit the nearby recycling center. You need to carefully dispose of this lithium-ion battery. Usually, these batteries get leaked and can lead to a fire.

Also, you should only use those batteries that are compatible with your devices. And make sure you follow the manufacturer instruction properly. Make sure you charge your device with the specified charger.

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If your device is not charged with the specified charger that may lead to an overheating issue. Usually, lithium-ion batteries change their shape due to overheating.

So, never leave your device on charging for the whole night. Moreover, do not place the lithium-ion batteries on beds and couches.