1. For the first use, please use a standard balance charger to charge; do not over-discharge the new battery for the first time. After use, the single-cell voltage (a lithium battery is composed of multiple 3.7V cells, for example, 11.1V is composed of three 3.7 It is composed of V batteries, so it is called 3S lithium battery) and must not be lower than 3.6V. After 5 cycles of continuous use, it can continue to be assured. During continuous use, please pay attention to check the battery voltage. The total voltage of the three battery packs must not be less than 10.8V; the total voltage of the two battery packs must not be less than 7.2V; the voltage of a single battery must not be less than 3.6V. Lower than these rated voltages will cause the battery to swell until it is damaged, and one-time over-discharge can cause the battery to be permanently scrapped!
  2. The self-discharge rate of lithium batteries is higher than that of nickel-metal hydride batteries. Long-term storage is prone to over-discharge. Please check the voltage regularly to keep the voltage of a single cell between 3.8V~3.9V. Storage condition temperature: 20℃~+35℃, relative humidity 45%~ 85%
  3. The polymer lithium battery monomer adopts aluminum-plastic film packaging material, and it is prohibited to scratch, bump or pierce the battery surface with sharp objects. The battery tabs are not very strong and can easily break when bent, especially the positive tabs. The polymer lithium battery pack has been well welded, and it is forbidden to disassemble or re-weld.
  4. It is forbidden to use damaged battery cells (damaged sealing edges, damaged casing, smell of electrolyte, electrolyte leakage, etc.). If the battery heats up sharply, please stay away from the battery to avoid unnecessary damage.
  5. In theory, there is no flowing electrolyte for lithium polymer battery, but if the electrolyte leaks and contacts the skin, eyes or other parts of the body, immediately rinse with clean water and seek medical attention.
  6. Please make sure to use a dedicated lithium battery charger for charging, and the charging current cannot exceed 1C.
  7. Do not store the lithium battery with full charge for a long time. After long-term storage, it is easy to cause swelling and affect the discharge performance. The best storage voltage is about 3.8V for a single chip. Fully charge before use and then use it, which can effectively avoid battery swelling.
  8. Do not exceed the maximum discharge C-number (overcurrent discharge) of the lithium battery. Overdischarge will seriously affect the performance of the battery or directly cause damage to the battery.
  9. Once the lithium battery is inflated, do not use sharp metal objects to penetrate the gas, which may cause a short circuit inside the battery and cause the battery to explode or burn.