CUSTOMER: BATTERY SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
A. PROPER CHARGING PROTOCOL
Do's
  1. It is recommended to only use the charger provided by the company for charging the batteries.
  2. Ensure location for charging the battery must be dry, clean, safe, and dustproof.
  3. Connect input mains supply plug to the 230V/50hz supply wall socket with proper grounding.
  4. Make sure the earthing is connected.
  5. Ensure proper connection of the charger output cable with connector (DC Output) to the battery.
  6. Unplug or turn the charger off before attaching or removing the clamp connections.
Dont's
  1. Do not charge the battery immediately after long ride. Wait for 45 mins before charging the battery.
  2. Do not charge the battery more than 5 hrs.
  3. Do not leave the battery on charging overnight or unattended for long hours.
  4. Do not attempt to recharge battery gone into deep discharge mode or damaged battery.
  5. Do not charge the battery in a congested setup like under bed/sofa, ensure proper ventilation with at least breathing space of 10 cm from a wall or any other object while charging.
  6. Do not place the charger on the battery.
B. BATTERY STORAGE PROTOCOL
Do's
  1. Battery should be stored away from any heat source or direct sunlight, in a well ventilated, dry, and dust-free environment.
  2. Keep all flammable materials away from the storage area
  3. In case of long-term storage, remove the battery from the vehicle and store it away from any heat source or direct sunlight, in a well ventilated, dry, and dust-free room.
  4. In case of long-term storage, store the batteries at 40% state of charge (SOC).
  5. Charge the battery at least once in a month when not in regular use.
Dont's
  1. Do Not place any object on the battery.
  2. Do not let water penetrate the packaging boxes during their storage and transportation.
  3. Do not store in places with High humidity.
  4. Do not expose the battery to condensation, rain or frozen condition.
C. POWER QUALITY PROTOCOL
Do's
  1. The power supply of the charging socket should be 220- 240V, 50Hz and no less than 10A.
  2. Voltage spikes, harmonics, or interruptions – regardless of the duration – can and will damage the battery/charger. It is highly recommended to install voltage stabilisers to provide constant voltage to avoid damages and ensure safety during.
  3. Adequate earthing and circuit protection must be ensured.
Dont's
  1. Do not use any adapter or extension cord.
D. BASIC MAINTENANCE PROTOCOL
  1. Keep metal tools and other metallic objects away from batteries.
  2. For Cleaning the battery surface always use a moist cotton cloth only. Never use a woollen/silk or synthetic cloth, as it can create a spark.
E. EXPOSURE CONTROL AND PERSONAL PROTECTION
Acceptable Concentration : Not Specified W.R.T Lithium batteries
Facilities : NA
Respiratory Protection : Self-Contained Berthing Apparatus for organic gasses.
Respiratory Protection : Safety Gloves
Eye Protection : Safety Gloves
F. FIRST AID MEASURES (IN CASE OF ELECTROLYTE LEAKAGE FROM THE BATTERY)
Eye contact : Flush the eyes with plenty of clean water forat least 18 minutes immediately, without rubbing. Get immediate medical treatment. If appropriate procedures are not taken, this may cause eye injury
Skin contact : Wash the contact areas off immediately with plenty of water and soap If appropriate procedures are not taken, this may cause sores on the skin.
Inhalation : Remove to fresh air immediately. Get medical treatment immediately
M. FIREFIGHTING MEASURES
Fire extinguishing agent Extinguishing method : Powder-coated extinguisher and DRY SAND ARE EFFECTIVE. Since vapor generated from burning batteries may make eyes, nose and throat irritates, be sure to extinguish the fire on the windward side. Wear the respiratory protection equipment in some cases.
G. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (IN CASE OF ELECTROLYTE LEAKAGE FROM THE BATTERY)
  1. Take up with absorbent cloth, treat cloth as inflammable. Move the battery away from the fire
H. CRITICAL DON’T
  1. Do not disassemble or modify the battery pack.
  2. Do not connect the positive (+) and negative (–) terminals with a metal object such as a wire.
  3. Do not discard the battery pack into fire or heat it.
  4. Do not use or leave the battery pack near a heat source such as a fire or a heater (60°C or higher).
  5. Do not immerse the battery pack in water or seawater, and do not allow it to get wet.
  6. Do not recharge the battery pack near fire or in extremely hot weather.
  7. To recharge the battery pack, use the battery charger specifically designed for the purpose and observe the recharging conditions specified by PURE EV.
  8. Do not pierce the battery pack with a nail or other sharp objects, strike it with a hammer, or step on it
  9. Do not strike or throw the battery pack.
  10. Do not use an apparently damaged or deformed battery pack.
  11. Do not directly solder the battery pack.
  12. Do not reverse the positive (+) and negative (–) terminals. Do not connect the battery pack to an electrical outlet, vehicle cigarette lighter, etc.
  13. Do not use the battery pack for a purpose other than those specified.
I. CRITICAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
  • Immediately discontinue use of the battery if, while using, charging, or storing the battery, the battery emits unusual smells, changes colour or shape, or appears abnormal in any way. Contact the Company immediately.
  • In Case of smoke or fire, DO NOT POUR WATER ON DAMAGED BATTERY. Use powder-coated extinguisher and sand to isolate the battery.