National safety regulations
Failure to comply with national safety regulations may result in personal injury and property damage.
- Observe national provisions and comply with the appropriate safety regulations.
Explosion due to fire or short-circuit, even with discharged batteries
Risk of injury due to flying parts
- Prevent the batteries from coming in contact with water.
- Do not heat batteries over 60 °C.
Risk of explosion
Personal injury and property damage
- In case of a leakage, avoid contact with skin, eyes and mucous membranes.
- Remove leaking battery from the battery compartment with a cloth.
The device contains lithium-ion battery. Lithium-ion batteries are hazardous materials. Observe the following requirements:
- Always follow national and international regulations for transport.
- If needed, consult an expert for hazardous materials.
- Damage of the battery modules by discharge!
If they reach too low of a charge, the batteries can be damaged or destroyed.
- When in storage, the batteries discharge. Charge the batteries to minimum 85 % before storing them.
- Make sure that the device is completely turned off before storing.
Radio frequency energy
Interference to radio communications
- Install and use equipment in accordance with installation guide.
- Read all regulatory compliance information.