news

Home / News / Industry News / Jump Start Manufacturing Company Introduces The Precautions For Using Automobile Emergency Start Power Supply

Jump Start Manufacturing Company Introduces The Precautions For Using Automobile Emergency Start Power Supply

Update:27-02-2021
Summary:

Jump Start Manufacturing Company introduces the precaut […]

Jump Start Manufacturing Company introduces the precautions for using automobile emergency starting power supply:

 

1. Some traditional lead-acid batteries have relatively large currents. Protective measures must be taken when using them, otherwise, it is easy to injure yourself. In addition, don’t disassemble the car’s emergency power supply to avoid accidents or damage. power supply. There are also some lithium polymer batteries. The power of this type of battery is relatively small. However, you must pay attention to the voltage when starting to fire in an emergency. If the voltage is insufficient, it will be difficult to start successfully, and the emergency power supply is wasted. Power.

 

2. When the car's emergency power supply is not in use, it must be placed out of the reach of children. Avoid children's contact or use the car's emergency start-up power supply. It is best to choose a cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight.

 

3. Keep the emergency power supply sufficient when not in use. Although the emergency power supply can provide start-up power to the car, it is a mobile power supply after all. If it is stored for too long, the power will automatically decrease. Most of the time when it is not in use, you need to charge it from time to time to keep the power supply fully charged, so as to extend the service life of the emergency power supply. Generally speaking, charge it once every three months, and use it when charging. The special charger is used for charging, and cannot be mixed with other chargers.

 

4. Pay attention to the use frequency of emergency power supply. Because the power in the emergency power supply is also limited, sometimes after the car battery loses power, the emergency power supply may not be able to start successfully once, even if the start fails, it will consume power. Generally speaking, the lithium polymer power supply is generally only fully charged. It can be used 5-10 times, and the lead-acid power supply can only be used about 30 times due to its large size and high current intensity. If the start fails many times, it is best to check whether the vehicle cannot be started due to stepping on the feeder.