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Never charge a battery over its rated maximum voltage (4.2V/cell for LiPo).If two or more battery packs are connected in series for use, series charging must be selected.
Please do not use cheap or low-quality chargers when charging the Gens ace and Tattu batteries. Instead, use a professional Lithium polymer charger. When charging, please ensure that the environment is clean and free of sundries. Charge without first monitoring. When charging, it is recommended to use a lipo bag to guarantee charging safety. When the battery is fully charged, stop charging immediately. When the battery is fully charged, do not leave the charger and battery connected for an extended period of time.We will not be responsible for any personal in jury and property lost or any kind accident that caused by improper charging.
Never discharge batteries at amperage rates greater than those stated on the labels.Never allow battery temperatures to surpass 140°F during discharge. Adequate cooling is necessary for batteries, especially while discharging at or near maximum rates.Never discharge a battery to a voltage lower than the manufacturer's rating when measured under load (attached to a vehicle or a charger capable of discharge). When batteries are charged, those that have been discharged to a voltage lower than the lowest permitted voltage may be damaged, resulting in loss of performance and a potential fire.Under load, never deplete the battery to less than 3V per cell. The recommended cut off voltage for Tattu series batteries used in Unmanned Aircraft Systems is 3.5V per cell.Never leave the battery alone while it is being charged. During the discharge process, the user should continually watch the process and react to any possible problems that may arise.
In an emergency, stop the procedure immediately, unhook the battery, and place it in a safe location for about an hour. This might cause the battery to leak, and the interaction with oxygen could ignite the chemicals, resulting in a fire. A safe zone should be located outside of any structure or vehicle, away from flammable items. Even after one hour, a battery might still ignite.User need to check the conditions of the battery before use it or discharge it. Stop using it if user found the cells are not balanced or cells are puffing or weeping.
Do not connect the terminals directly to metal items. This will cause batteries to short-circuit, resulting in heat and electrical discharge.
Never keep loose Batteries together; the terminals of the Batteries may come into touch with one another, resulting in a short circuit.Batteries should never be exposed to severe temperatures or direct sunlight. The battery should be stored in a temperature range of -10°C to 45°C. If the battery must be stored for an extended period of time (more than three months), the following conditions should be met: The temperature is 235°C. The relative humidity is 65.20%. Long-term storage voltage should be in the 3.6V3.9V range per cell. Always disconnect batteries when not in use and store batteries in a non-conductive and fireproof container.Batteries and related components should never be modified, punctured, or impacted.
Chargers are becoming smarter, and they can detect the state of each cell within the battery pack, such as voltage. It is useful for consumers to be aware of the battery's performance and charging state.Lipo battery storage is also a labor of love; as we all know, lipo batteries cannot be kept fully charged; instead, they must be managed in the range of 3.63.9V, and the smart charger may assist you in adjusting the voltage of the battery to a certain storage voltage value.
Smart chargers have additional functions such as PFC power adjustment, temperature compensation, and a heat dissipation system.