Battery liquid may be flammable if
exposed to spark or flame.
Charge the battery packs only in chargers.
cause premature cell failure.
Never attempt to open the battery pack for any
reason. If battery pack case is cracked or damaged, do not insert
into charger. Do not crush, drop or damage battery pack. Do not use
a battery pack or charger that has received a sharp blow, been
dropped, run over or damaged in any way (i.e., pierced with a nail,
hit with a hammer, stepped on). Damaged battery packs should be
returned to service center for recycling.
example, do not place battery in aprons, pockets, tool boxes, product
kit boxes, drawers, etc., with loose nails, screws, keys, etc.
Department of Transportation Hazardous Material Regulations
(HMR) actually prohibit transporting batteries in commerce or on
airplanes (i.e., packed in suitcases and carry-on luggage) UNLESS
they are properly protected from short circuits. So when transporting
individual batteries, make sure that the battery terminals are
protected and well insulated from materials that could contact them
and cause a short circuit.
This will reduce the risk of electric shock. Removing the
battery pack will not reduce this risk.
For safe operation, read this manual and
manuals originally supplied with tool before using the charger.
The battery pack can
explode in a fire. Toxic fumes and materials are created when
battery packs are burned.
Inserting or removing the battery from the charger may ignite the
dust or fumes.
liquid gets into the eye, rinse water over the open eye for 15
minutes or until irritation ceases. If medical attention is needed, the
battery electrolyte for Li-ion batteries is composed of a mixture of
liquid organic carbonates and lithium salts.
Provide fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention.