Roskachestvo pointed to the negative impact of heat on gadgets


Sergey Kuzmenko, senior specialist in testing digital products of Roskachestvo, spoke about the fact that the sun’s rays can negatively affect the operation of smartphones and other mobile equipment.

It is noted that during charging, gadgets heat up to a sufficiently high temperature, while if, in parallel with charging, the power adapter, charger or the smartphone itself are exposed to direct sunlight, then it is highly likely that the equipment will fail.

“This is fraught with the fact that the plastic may soften or melt altogether, due to which the contacts lose their insulation, which can lead to a short circuit. In such a situation, there may even be a fire in the device itself or the power adapter when you plug them back into the outlet.” , – explained Kuzmenko.

At the same time, he warned against intentions to try to quickly cool the gadget if it got hot.

“There is a risk that during charging, the temperature of the device may reach 50 or 60 degrees. If you set the air conditioner to cool it at this moment, condensation may form inside the device due to the temperature drop. This will have a very negative effect on the operation of any electronics.” , – concluded Kuzmenko.


Source: Все материалы – Московский Комсомолец by www.mk.ru.

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