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NERC LIPO Safe Heavy Duty LIPO Safety Bags (SM/MD/LRG)

NERC LIPO Safe Heavy Duty LIPO Safety Bags (SM/MD/LRG)

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NERC LIPO Safe Heavy Duty LIPO Safety Bags (SM/MD/LRG)

These are custom made for New England RC by LIPO Safe.

These bags are made of a high quality glass fiber material which can withstand up to 572F or 300C.

LIPO Safety should be at the top of mind for anyone using Lithium Polymer (LIPO) batteries in your RC models.

  1. NEVER overcharge your battery past 4.20v/cell

  2. NEVER discharge your battery past 3.6v/cell

  3. NEVER use a battery that has been damaged in a crash (discharge and dispose of it safety per your local regulations)

  4. ALWAYS charge LIPO batteries on surfaces made of cement, steel, ceramic or stone.

  5. NEVER charge a LIPO battery near an exit. Keep exit egress clear in case of a fire or emergency.

  6. NEVER use a NiCd/NiMH charger to charge LiPo batteries. Only use chargers designed for Lithium Polymer (LIPO) batteries.

  7. NEVER store LIPO batteries in any location that exceeds 40-80° F (e.g. in a car, garage, or in the sun)

  8. NEVER leave charging batteries unattended. Keep watch on the charging process react to any potential problems that may occur.

  9. NEVER let the battery’s positive and negative leads to touch. This can cause the battery to short and lead to a FIRE. If for any reason you need to cut the terminal wires, it will be necessary to cut each wire SEPARATELY, to make sure the wires do NOT touch each other.

  10. ALWAYS charge batteries in a fireproof container and away from combustible material. Do NOT charge on surfaces that can catch fire – this includes: wood, cloth, carpet, or in the application’s device.

  11. ALWAYS inspect the battery to make sure there are no signs of damage, deformity, or swelling before charging. If there are, STOP charging the battery and follow the proper procedure to dispose of the battery.

  12. NEVER charge a swollen or ballooned or damaged battery (even if swollen upon purchase). Continuing to charge a battery that has begun to swell will result in a fire.

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