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Discussion in 'Accessories' started by shanguli, Jan 17, 2015.
Can someone who reads Japanese tell me what the writing exactly says/reads?
I only read Chinese but I'm almost sure that all it says is pretty much what you see on any other rechargeable batteries too, something like ask for medical advice in case of injury, and don't use this battery along with others of different type, capacity... but I don't recognise the manufacture. and it says "made in Japan"
I figured that myself. thanks, but I need to know exactly what it says.
btw, how did you figure "made in japan"?
Which bit do you want? I did 5 years of Japanese at high school so it's a bit rusty, but yeah definitely made in Japan (by Panasonic in fact).
there are Chinese characters in Japanese language.
The last couple of lines (from where you see the highlight in the 1st photo, down....), until where it reads " 14-10 HB (on the first pic) 14-11UA (on the second pic). thanks
Top line is talking technical terms and I can't see all of it with the glare, but it mentions something about the 'series' and says not to mix up the positive and negative contacts.
Then there is a white dot letting the reader know that we're off technical and into medical.
This medical part says that if innards of the battery into your eyes, wash them with clean water and seek medical help (but it doesn't necessarily say not to put it into your eye, meaning it's not a product for children because many products in Japan have weird statements such as the Japanese writing on silica gel packets: "This is not food so do not insert into mouth.")
Please recycle. Made by the publicly offered Panasonic company. Made in Japan. Nickel metal hydrate.
It saids not to combine use with different types of batteries.