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Cautions And Warnings; Battery Charger; Lithium-Ion Battery Pack - Honeywell MX9 User Manual

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Cautions and Warnings

Battery Charger

There is a risk of explosion if the MX9 Li-Ion battery in the charging pocket is replaced by an incorrect type. Other
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batteries or battery packs may burst causing injury or property damage.
Do not insert any other type of Li-Ion battery in the MX9 battery charging pocket.
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Do not allow cleaning agents of any kind to contact the battery charging contacts; they may be damaged. If necessary,
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clean them with a soft-bristle, dry brush or compressed air.
Disconnect the charger from AC power by pulling the plug; not the cord.
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Use care when inserting battery. Do not "slam" or slide the battery into the pocket, this could damage the charger.
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Keep dirt and foreign objects out of the battery pocket. Do not short circuit any of the contacts in the battery pocket, this
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could result in injury or property damage.
Do not disassemble or perform modifications to the charger. There are no user serviceable components in the charger.
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Lithium-Ion Battery Pack

Dispose of used Li-Ion batteries according to the instructions for the type of battery.
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When not in use, lay the battery pack contact-side up in a protected environment.
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Do not store the Li-Ion battery pack in direct sunlight or anywhere the battery pack cannot cool down.
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If the Li-Ion battery pack is hot after removal from the MX9, allow it to cool at room temperature or in a cool air stream
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before placing it in the charger.
Do not dispose of Li-Ion batteries into a fire. Burning will generate hazardous vapors and may cause the battery to
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explode. Failure to observe this warning may result in injury from inhalation of vapors or burns from flying debris.
Do not immerse Li-Ion batteries in water or any other liquid. If batteries are immersed, contact Honeywell.
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Do not disassemble or perform modifications to the battery. There are no user serviceable components in the battery.
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Do not place the Li-Ion battery into a pocket or toolbox with conductive objects (coins, keys, tools, etc.). A Li-Ion battery
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placed on damp ground or grass could be electrically shorted.
Do not store Li-Ion batteries above 140°F (60°C) for extended periods.
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Failure to observe these warnings could result in injury or damage to the battery from rapid discharge of energy or
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battery overheating.
Electrolyte Burns. Be careful when handling batteries. If a battery is broken or shows signs of leakage do not attempt to
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charge it. Dispose of it! Lead and Nickel-based cells contain a chemical solution that burns skin, eyes, etc. Leakage
from cells is the only possible way for such exposure to occur. In this event, rinse the affected area thoroughly with
water. If the solution contacts the eyes, get immediate medical attention.
Electrical Burns. Batteries are capable of delivering high currents when accidentally shorted. Accidental shorting can
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occur when contact is made with jewelry, metal surfaces, conductive tools, etc., making the objects very hot. Never
place a charged battery in a pocket or case with keys, coins, or other metal objects.
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