The Lithium battery is safer than lead-acid battery. Under normal circumstances, normal use will not cause electrolyte leakage and heat, combustion and explosion. However, there are still potential safety problems under extreme or man-made damage, which is “the tree wants to be quiet but the wind is not enough” for polymer batteries. In order to avoid the above adverse situation, SmartPropel mentioned the points to note in the usage, storage, and transportation are as follows.
1. Usage Attention
1) Damp-proof. Keep the battery out of the water.
2) Flameproof. Do not place batteries near heat sources such as fire, heaters, microwaves, or high-pressure vessels.
3) Heatproof. Prohibit place n high temperature (such as strong light, high temperature in the car) long-term use or placement.
4) Damage Prevention, prohibit dismantle battery, for the damaged battery has been prohibited to use.
5) Short circuit protection, such as direct welding batteries, self-assembly batteries, etc.
1) Charged State: same as normal lithium-ion battery, with 40 ~ 60% as the best, in terms of voltage, keep at 36 ~ 39 °C.
2) Ambient temperature. For short-term storage (≤3 months), the best storage temperature is-20 ~ 35 °c, and the relative humidity is 45 ~ 85%. Long-term storage (> 3 months), the best storage temperature 20±5 °C, relative humidity 65 ~ 20% RH environment.
The polymer battery should be transported at 40% or between 30%~50% charge status.
SmartPropel Original Work Writer：Michelle