The delivery period from battery date for 36 months If the battery is proved in manufacturing process defect formation rather than the user by use of abuse and error caused. Our company is responsible for replacement battery.
2.Prohibition of disassembly
1) Never disassemble the cells
The disassembling may generate internal short circuit in the cell, which may cause gassing, firing, explosion,or other problems.
2) Electrolyte is harmful
LI battery should not have liquid from electrolyte flowing, but in case the electrolyte come into contact with the skin, or eyes, physicians shall flush the electrolyte immediately with fresh water and medical advice is to be sought.
3.Battery cells replacement
The battery replacement shall be done only by either cells supplier or device supplier and never be done by the user.
Handling of cells:
4.Handling of cells
★ Don't charge the cells and keep them in a charged state for a long time.( Display units should dismantle the battery)
★ Avoid any short-circuit. It will cause the leads to get hot and lose electronic functions.
★ Soft package is easily damaged by sharp objects such as needles and knives. Avoid touching the cells with sharp objects when handling and storing.
★ Next to the leads is the sealed edge. Don't bend or fold the sealing edge as it is sensitive to movement.
★ Don't open the folded edge on the sides of the cell.
★ Don't bend the tabs as the tabs are sensitive.
★ Avoid mechanical shock to the cells.
★ Don't put the cells into an oven, washing machine or any high-voltage container.
★ Don't use a charger without a safety certification. Use only a recommended charger.
★ You should immediately stop charging if the cell overheats, emits an odor, changes color, changes shape, etc.
★ Adults should supervise the use of batteries by children.
★ Before using batteries, please carefully read and understand the handling guidelines.
★ Avoid electro-static discharge when using, charging, and storing cells.
★ Avoid putting the battery in contact with metal conductors such as neck chains, barrettes, or bolts, etc.
★ Don't use metal conductors to connect the positive and negative leads together.
★ Avoid errors during assembly by contacting the positive lead with the negative lead.
5.Battery Storage Conditions
The batteries should be stored at room temperature, charged to about 30% to 50% of capacity. We recommend that batteries be charged about once per half 3 months to prevent over discharge.