• Risk Acknowledgment: Users must acknowledge that batteries can pose risks such as leakage, fire, or explosions when misused or defective.
  • Device Responsibility: Users are responsible for ensuring their devices have the necessary protection circuits and must adhere to manufacturer’s use and care instructions, as well as relevant laws and regulations.
  • Charging Safety: When charging battery packs, users should place them in fireproof containers, away from flammable materials. Charging should be done in isolated areas.
  • Limited Liability: The company is not liable for any damages caused by the use of their products.
  • Professional Handling: Buyers of Li-ion batteries must be professionals capable of handling emergencies.
  • Manufacturer’s Instructions: Users must strictly follow the manufacturer’s instructions for charging and discharging current control.
  • Child Safety: Li-ion and Polymer battery packs must be kept away from children.
  • Charger Specifications: Only use chargers specific to Lithium Polymer/Li-ion batteries. Do not use NiMH or NiCd chargers.



  • Risk Assumption: Buyers assume all risks associated with Lithium Polymer and Li-ion batteries upon purchase.
  • Volatility Warning: Li-ion batteries are volatile, and improper use may result in fire, personal injury, and property damage.
  • Professional Handling Required: Only professionals should handle Li-ion batteries, following provided instructions.
  • No Mixing Batteries: Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different brands.
  • Cycle Life: Replace old batteries after two years or when they reach their service life.
  • Battery Testing: Users must test Li-ion batteries before use to ensure proper and safe operation.
  • Damaged Batteries: Do not use damaged, punctured, or cosmetically altered batteries.



  • Specific Chargers: Use only specific Lithium Polymer/Li-ion chargers. Do not use NiMH or NiCd chargers.
  • Constant Observation: Never charge batteries unattended; monitor the charging process.
  • Deficient Chargers: Users are responsible for ensuring the proper function of the charger to avoid incorrect charging.
  • Emergency Response: Immediately discontinue charging if a battery shows signs of swelling, smoking, or heating. Observe in a safe place.
  • Wire Shorts: Wire lead shorts can cause fire; place the battery in a safe area for observation if a short occurs.
  • Temperature Caution: Avoid extreme temperatures during storage and charging to prevent fire.
  • No Modifications: Do not cut terminal wires, solder connections, or modify batteries.



  • Fireproof Charging: Charge batteries in a fireproof container, away from flammable materials.
  • Charge Rate: Do not exceed the battery’s allowed charging current; select the correct charge rate.
  • Cell Count: Charge each battery pack individually; do not charge packs in series.
  • Voltage Selection: Select the correct voltage based on the information printed on the battery label.



  • Temperature Control: Store batteries at room temperature; avoid exposure to direct sunlight and extreme temperatures during transportation.
  • Prevent Stacking: Do not stack batteries, and keep them away from metal objects and flammable materials.
  • Periodic Checks: Periodically check batteries for wear and tear; dispose of damaged batteries.
  • Moisture Avoidance: Do not expose batteries to moisture, direct sunlight, or unsafe temperatures.



  • Quality Charging: Charge batteries with a high-quality Lithium Polymer charger.
  • Correct Settings: Set voltage and current correctly; check cell voltage after the first charge.
  • Discharge Caution: Avoid discharging batteries below 3V per cell under load to maintain performance.
  • Puncture Risk: Exercise caution to avoid puncturing cells, as it may lead to a fire.
  • Regular Charging: Charge the battery every two months to maintain freshness.



  • Temperature Limits: Charge batteries within specified temperature limits to prevent damage and fire.



  • Capacity Loss: Batteries losing 20% capacity should be removed and disposed of properly. Regular inspection and replacement are recommended.



  • Limited Warranty: The product warranty is limited to that provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer’s website for details.
  • Exclusions: Misuse, abuse, incorrect charging, and other inappropriate use are not covered under warranty.