These days, electronic equipment is in almost every place you look and is used at all times of the day. Electronic components are not only used for entertainment, but are also trusted by industries and companies. If you want to put electronic components into chronic storage, there are a few things to consider if you want them to be in the same condition as you understand them. The following are some tips to help you get this.
Before storing the products, you should clean them thoroughly, remove dust and dirt, as they can scratch and damage the electronic device.
Be sure to remove all cables and connections from equipment and put them in a special compartment. Doing this will save your devices from possible damage caused by pulling or pulling the wire. These cables should then be placed in groups in connection with the device concerned and reel in circles. Each coil should then be tightly bonded so that they do not become loose. Make sure to mark the spools with some tape so they can be easily identified later.
To prevent electronics that attract dust, cover them with cotton or towels. It's a mistake to use plastic, as it does not allow air to spread and causes moisture and dust to accumulate. This is particularly difficult in places with high moisture.
Make sure that batteries are removed as it prevents them from leaking and causing damage. Do not leave empty spaces inside a box that you have packed as equipment may be damaged during transport. As with batteries, you should take discs from the appropriate device.
Take special care with electronic components containing glass such as a scanner or a display. Polystyrene or bubble capsule is suitable for this purpose. Finally, put labels on all the boxes and adjust them based on their weight. It is obviously better to have the heavier boxes at the bottom.
Source by Peter Drake Jenkins