It depends on the type of equipment.
Please check the following:
Battery type (including rechargeable type)
If the battery cannot be removed from the device, it cannot be carried on board or checked in.
*In the case of lithium ion batteries, the battery can be removed from the device, and only batteries with a capacity of 160 Wh or less can be carried on board (the device can also be checked in). *If the battery is not a lithium-ion battery, it can be carried on board or checked in if the battery is removed from the device and measures are taken to prevent the battery from shorting. *Do not use onboard
Can be carried on board or checked in
As long as the items are filled with hydrocarbon gas and have a safety cover attached to the heat source, they can be carried on board or checked in (up to one per person). *Gas for refilling is not allowed in both carry-on and check-in. *Do not use onboard