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Battery Safety Information


IMPORTANT: All batteries contain energy and should be used, stored, and disposed of in an appropriate manner. If charge or use a lithium ion battery improperly, it may result in fire, personal injury and damage to property.

  • Please do not disassemble BiXPower lithium ion batteries and power packs. Even a dead battery may still contain a lot of energy. Working on lithium ion battery without proper training and tools is very dangerous. For example, lithium ion battery cells are normally connected with special tools, not regular heat solder ion. By using heat on Li-Ion cells, you can damage the plastic separator, pressure protections or even the main internal lithium layers, may result injury, file or explosion.
  • Never puncture, drop, crush, throw, hit, open, or modify the battery or casing.
  • Do not submerge this product in water.
  • Do not expose the battery to heat above 60C (140F) or incinerate.
  • Do not insert any foreign object into the charging port.
  • Keep the battery away from children.
  • Always dispose of used batteries in accordance with local regulations.
  • If this battery is misused or abused, it can result in personal injury from heat, smoke, fire or explosion.
  • Obtain approval of airlines or courier companies before travelling with or shipping this power pack.


  • Charging Process

    1.) Please only use authorized charger or charger supplied with the battery to charge the battery.
    2.) Please monitor the charging process and react to potential problems that may occur. If you can not monitor the battery charging, please make sure to leave it on isolated fireproof area, away from other flammable materials. Always have fire extinguisher for emergency use.
    3) Let battery cool down to ambient temperature before charging.
    4) Do not charge batteries packs in series. Charge each battery pack individually. Failure to do so may result in incorrect battery recognition and charging functions. Overcharging may occur and fire may be the result.

    Storage & Handling

    DO NOT leave fully exhausted battery on shelf. Charge it at least at 50% or more level when leave it on shelf and re-charged it every 3 months even not use it.

    Do not leave the battery dormant for long periods of time. We recommend using the battery at least once a month.

    If a battery has not been used for a long period of time, please perform the new battery exercise. Fully discharge and then fully charge the battery at least once every 3 months .

    Always store the battery in a cool and dry place between 0C (32 F) and 20C (70F), and away from flammable materials.

    Never make wrong polarity connection when charging and discharging battery packs. Always double check polarity of battery's connector to make sure red wire to red wire and black wire to black wire.

    Fire/Smoke Emission

    Battery contain flammable/combustible material that can be ignited, explode, release toxic materials, cause burns or give off gases when heated or in contact with sparks or flames.

    In the event of fire, vapor releases, and/or smoke emissions, evacuate the immediate area of all unnecessary personnel.

    Contact/Indigestion

    Elements within the battery may cause skin burns, eye burns and respiratory tract burns if in contact with any of these tissue membranes.

    In the event that the electrolyte inside the battery comes into contact with the skin or eyes, flush area immediately. Seek immediate medical attention.

    For contact with skin, wash the affected area with soap and water. Dry gently with towel. Seek immediate medical attention.

    If fumes are inhaled, leave the immediate area. If not breathing, give artificial resuscitation. If breathing, give oxygen. Seek immediate medical attention.

    If battery material is ingested, give one or two full glasses of water to dilute material. Do not induce vomiting. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Seek immediate medical attention.