Hot weather ALERT! Know which gadgets can burst in summer succumbing to overheating


Smartphones and Laptops

    Electronic devices such as smartphones, laptops, and ACs produce heat during operation. Overcharging or prolonged use may lead the batteries to overheat, increasing the risk of fire or explosion.

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Electronic gadgets with poor cooling system

    If the cooling system of computers, air conditioners and refrigerators is not working properly, then it can also be dangerous for you. It is suggested to get their servicing done timely to avoid any mishap.

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Bluetooth speakers

    High temperatures and sunlight exposure can lead to issues ranging from the plastic or rubber body melting and explosion. If using continuously for more than 2-3 hours, with direct exposure to sunlight, let the speakers cool down for at least one hour.

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Smartwatches

    Wear an analogue watch if you plan to be out and about for extended periods on a hot day. Smartwatches can only tolerate temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius, and not for very long. These devices displays become inconsistent, apps stop working, and in the worst situations, they shut down to cool off if they get too hot.

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Transformers and electronic panels

    They are also at risk of blasting due to overloading and overheating.

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Inverter and UPS system

    In the increasing summer, your inverter and UPS system can also prove to be dangerous for you. There is a high possibility of these electronic devices bursting due to overheating.

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Lithium-ion batteries

    These batteries are commonly used in electric vehicles, e-bikes and other devices and can overheat or explode if not properly maintained.

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