By purchasing this battery, the buyer assumes all risks associated with lithium batteries. We assume no liability
for failure to comply with these warnings and safety guidelines.
Lithium Polymer batteries are volatile and can be very dangerous if mis-handled, stored, charged or discharged
improperly. Failure to read and follow these instructions may result in fire, personal injury, and damage to property
Store below 80F and above 40F whenever possible (not in direct sunlight). Never store or charge a battery
pack inside your car in extreme temperatures (100 F and above), since extreme temperature could cause fire. Use caution to
avoid puncture of the cells. Puncture of cells may cause fire.
Charge before using. Use only chargers made specifically for lithium polymer batteries. Before the first charge,
check for damage to the connectors, wire leads or any other abnormality. Please check the voltage of your pack. Packs are
shipped from the factory at the following voltages: Never charge Lithium Polymer batteries unattended.
2 cell packs – 7.6 volts +/- .5 volt
3 cell packs – 11.4 volts +/- .5 volt
4 cell packs – 15.2 volts +/- .5 volt
5 cell packs – 19.0 volts +/- .5 volt
You must select the charge rate current that does not exceed 1C (one time the capacity of the battery, unless
otherwise noted). A higher setting may cause fire. This chart is calculated at 1x capacity of pack. Generally speaking, charging
at even lower rates will extend battery life.
800 mAh: Charge at or below 800mA
1500 mAh: Charge at or below 1.5 Amps
6000 mAh: Charge at or below 6.0 Amps
If at any time you witness a battery starting to balloon or swell up, discontinue the charging process immediately.
Disconnect the battery and observe it in a safe place for approximately 15 minutes. Continuing to charge a battery that has
begun to swell may result in fire.