Only use the lithium battery that came with your device. If you need to buy a new one, make sure the replacement is recommended for the use of your device by the manufacturer. Just because a charger fits in your device doesn’t mean that it is safe to use.
1. Do not overcharge your device. It is recommended that once your device is fully charged that you should unplug it.
2. Keep your device out of extremely high or low temperature locations. Do not place the battery in direct sunshine, or store the battery inside cars in significant hot or cold weather.
3. Do not expose the battery to water or allow the battery to get wet.
4. Do not use your device if you notice any damage to the battery after dropping it. If you suspect damage to the battery, take your device to the service center for inspection.
5. Do not carry or store the batteries together with necklaces, hairpins, or other metal objects.
6. Do not disassemble or modify the battery in any way. Modifying your electronic significantly increases the risk of explosion
7. Only transport your items with lithium-ion batteries in a containers that are specially designed and follow D.O.T guidelines.
Through the article, we can use 18650 Li-ion battery safely.