• Temperature range for charge: 0°C-+45°C.
• Use only approved chargers which employs charge mode by constant current/constant voltage(CC/CV) and charge mode.
• General batteries should be charged at current ≤1C and voltage ≤4.23V(3.65V for LiFePO4) and connected correctly.
• Stop charging at once if batteries generate heat, become swelled or deformed, or appear abnormal in any way.
• Do not charge by using chargers of other different specifications. Improperly charging may cause the battery to flame or damage.
• Never charge primary/unrechargeable batteries.
• Temperature range for discharge: -20°C-+55°C.
• Avoid discharging at current beyond the maximum for special series. The discharge end voltage for single batteries should not be lower than 2.75V(2.4V for LiFePO4). Do not over discharge till voltage lower than2.5V (2.0V for LiFePO4) because over-discharge may damage the performance of the battery.
• Batteries should be charged termly to maintain the voltage above 3.0V.
• The discharge performance will be depressed a certain extent at low temperature.
• Do not lay the battery at a low voltage after discharge for long time.
• Do not short circuit batteries anytime because it will damage batteries badly.
• Do not short circuit batteries by metal objects to the positive(+) and negative(-) terminals .
• Do not short circuit batteries by the positive(+) and negative(-) terminals to the Al layer of Al laminate film.
• The battery should be stored in a 40%-60% charge state.
• Conditions for battery storage: temperature: 0°C-30°C, relative humidity: ≤75%. The battery should be stored in a clean, dry and ventilated circumstance, where it should be avoided to contact with corrosive substance and be far away from heat and fire.
• The battery should be charged complementarily once every 90 days to avoid over-discharge when in storage.
• The battery should be transported with 10%-60% charge.
• The battery should be packed with insulation and shockproof material to avoid the damage from jolting and collision on the way.
• The battery should be handled with care when loading and unloading during transport. Do not throw batteries and prevent from collision. • Do not transport batteries together with the flammable, explosive objects, or sharp metal goods.
• Never disassemble a battery.
• Should a battery unintentionally be crushed, thus releasing its contents, rubber gloves must be used to handle all battery components. Avoid inhalation of any vapors that may be emitted.