Lead Acid Battery Installation and Debugging


Use tools with insulator covers such as pliers. Using an uninsulated tool can cause a short circuit, heat or burn in the battery, damaging the battery.

Do not place the battery in a closed room or near a fire source, or the hydrogen released by the battery may cause an explosion or fire.

Do not clean batteries with thinners, gasoline, kerosene, or synthetic fluids. The use of these materials may cause the battery case to burst, leak or catch fire.

When handling batteries of 45 volts or higher, take safety precautions and wear insulating rubber gloves, otherwise you may be shocked.

Do not leave batteries where they may be flooded. If the battery is immersed in water, it may burn or shock someone.

Please handle slowly when removing the battery. Do not let the battery break or leak.

When installing the battery on the equipment, try to install it at the bottom of the equipment for inspection, maintenance and replacement.

nDo not move the battery when it is charged. Do not underestimate the weight of the battery. Careless handling may cause injury to the operator.

Do not cover the battery with materials that generate static electricity. Static electricity can cause fires or explosions.

Use an insulating cover on the battery terminals and connection plates to prevent injury from electric shock.

nThe installation and maintenance of batteries shall be carried out by qualified professionals. It can be dangerous to operate with unskilled hands.

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