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How to use the power adapter wisely
Add time:2022-05-17    Click:950

(1) Prevent using the power adapter in a humid environment to prevent flooding. Whether the power adapter is placed on a table or on the floor, be careful not to place cups of water or other moist things around it to prevent the adapter from getting water and moisture.

(2) Prevent the power adapter from being used in a hot environment. In the high temperature environment, many people tend to pay attention to the heat dissipation of electronic devices, but ignore the heat dissipation of the power adapter. And in fact, the heat of many power adapters is no less than laptops, cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices. When in use, you can place the power adapter in a place that is not exposed to direct sunlight and ventilation, and use a fan to assist in convection cooling. At the same time, you can put the adapter on its side and place some small objects between it and the contact surface to increase the contact surface between the adapter and the surrounding air to enhance air flow and make the heat emitted faster.

(3) Use a matching model of power adapter. If you need to replace the original power adapter, you should purchase and use the same model as the original one. If you use an adapter with mismatched specifications, the problem may not be visible for a short time, but due to the difference in manufacturing process, prolonged use may damage the electronic equipment and reduce its service life, or even risk short circuit and burnout.

In short, the power adapter should be placed in a heat dissipating, ventilated and dry environment to prevent humidity and high temperature. Different brands and models of electronic devices have different output interfaces, voltages and currents of their power adapters, so they should not be mixed. When there is high temperature, abnormal noise and other abnormal conditions, you should stop using the adapter in time. When not in use, it should be promptly unplugged from the power outlet or cut off the power. Try not to use the power adapter charging in thunderstorms to prevent lightning from damaging electronic products and even affecting the personal safety of users.