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  • 1. What Is Lithium Ion Battery?

    A lithium-ion or Li-ion battery is a type of rechargeable battery which uses the reversible reduction of lithium ions to store energy. the negative electrode of a conventional lithium-ion cell is typically graphite, a form of carbon. this negative electrode is sometimes called the anode as it acts as an anode during discharge. the positive electrode is typically a metal oxide; the positive electrode is sometimes called the cathode as it acts as a cathode during discharge. positive and negative electrodes remain positive and negative in normal use whether charging or discharging and are therefore clearer terms to use than anode and cathode which are reversed during charging.

  • 2. What Is a Prismatic Lithium Cell?

    A prismatic lithium cell is a specific type of lithium-ion cell that has a prismatic (rectangular) shape. It consists of an anode (usually made of graphite), a cathode (often a lithium metal oxide compound), and a lithium salt electrolyte. The anode and cathode are separated by a porous membrane to prevent direct contact and short circuits.Prismatic lithium cells are commonly used in applications where space is a concern, such as laptops, smartphones, and other portable electronic devices. They are also frequently used in electric vehicles and energy storage systems due to their high energy density and excellent performance.Compared to other lithium-ion cell formats, prismatic cells have advantages in terms of packing density and easier manufacturability in large-scale production. The flat, rectangular shape allows for efficient use of space, enabling manufacturers to pack more cells within a given volume. However, the rigid shape of prismatic cells can limit their flexibility in certain applications.

  • 3. What Is The Difference Between Prismatic And Pouch Cell

    Prismatic and pouch cells are two different types of designs for lithium-ion batteries:

    Prismatic Cells:

    • Shape: Prismatic cells have a rectangular or square shape, resembling a traditional battery cell.
    • Design: They typically have a rigid outer casing made of metal or plastic, providing structural stability.
    • Construction: Prismatic cells use stacked layers of electrodes, separators, and electrolytes.
    • Applications: They are commonly used in consumer electronics like laptops, tablets, and smartphones, as well as electric vehicles and grid energy storage systems.

    Pouch Cells:

    • Shape: Pouch cells have a flexible and flat design, resembling a slim and lightweight pouch.
    • Design: They consist of layers of electrodes, separators, and electrolytes enclosed by a flexible laminated pouch or aluminum foil.
    • Construction: Pouch cells are sometimes referred to as “stacked flat cells” as they have a stacked electrode configuration.
    • Applications: Pouch cells are widely used in portable electronic devices like smartphones, tablets, and wearable devices due to their compact size and light weight.

    They are also used in electric vehicles and energy storage systems.Key differences between prismatic and pouch cells include their physical design, construction, and flexibility. However, both types of cells operate based on the same principles of lithium-ion battery chemistry. The choice between prismatic and pouch cells depends on factors such as space requirements, weight restrictions, application needs, and manufacturing considerations.

  • 4. What Types Of Lithium-Ion Chemistry Are Available, And Why Do We Use Lifepo4?

    There are several different chemistry available.  GeePower uses LiFePO4 due to its long cycle life, low cost of ownership, thermal stability, and high-power output.  Below is a chart which provides some information on alternative lithium-ion chemistry.


    Li-cobalt LiCoO2 (LCO)

    Li-manganese LiMn2O4 (LMO)

    Li-phosphate LiFePO4 (LFP)

    NMC1 LiNiMnCoO2






    Charge Limit





    Cycle Life





    Operating Temperature





    Specific Energy







    10C, 40C pulse

    35C continuous





    Very Safe

    Safer than Li- Cobalt

    Thermal Runway

    150°C (302°F)

    250°C (482°F)

    270°C (518°F)

    210°C (410°F)

  • 5. How Does a Battery Cell Work?

    A battery cell, such as a lithium-ion battery cell, works based on the principle of electrochemical reactions.

    Here’s a simplified explanation of how it works:

    • Anode (Negative Electrode): The anode is made of a material that can release electrons, typically graphite. When the battery is discharged, the anode releases electrons to the external circuit.
    • Cathode (Positive Electrode): The cathode is made of a material that can attract and store electrons, typically a metal oxide such as lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2). During discharge, lithium ions move from the anode to the cathode.
    • Electrolyte: The electrolyte is a chemical medium, usually a lithium salt dissolved in an organic solvent. It allows the movement of lithium ions between the anode and cathode while keeping the electrons separated.
    • Separator: A separator made of a porous material prevents direct contact between the anode and cathode, preventing short circuits while allowing the flow of lithium ions.
    • Discharge: When the battery is connected to an external circuit (e.g., a smartphone), the lithium ions move from the anode to the cathode through the electrolyte, providing the flow of electrons and generating electrical energy.
    • Charging: When an external power source is connected to the battery, the direction of the electrochemical reaction is reversed. Lithium ions move from the cathode back to the anode, where they are stored until needed again.

    This process allows a battery cell to convert chemical energy into electrical energy during discharge and store electrical energy during charging, making it a portable and rechargeable power source.

  • 6. What Is Lifepo4 Battery Advantages And Disadvantages?

    Advantages of LiFePO4 Batteries:

    • Safety: LiFePO4 batteries are the safest lithium-ion battery chemistry available, with a lower risk of fire or explosion.Long Cycle Life: These batteries can withstand thousands of charge-discharge cycles, making them suitable for frequent use.
    • High Energy Density: LiFePO4 batteries can store a significant amount of energy in a compact size, ideal for space-limited applications.
    • Good Temperature Performance: They perform well in extreme temperatures, making them suitable for various climates.
    • Low Self-Discharge: LiFePO4 batteries can hold their charge for longer periods, ideal for applications with infrequent use.

    Disadvantages of LiFePO4 Batteries:

    • Lower Energy Density: Compared to other lithium-ion chemistry, LiFePO4 batteries have a slightly lower energy density.
    • Higher Cost: LiFePO4 batteries are more expensive due to the costlier manufacturing process and materials used.
    • Lower Voltage: LiFePO4 batteries have a lower nominal voltage, requiring additional considerations for certain applications.
    • Lower Rate of Discharge: They have a lower rate of discharge, limiting their suitability for applications requiring high power.

    In summary, LiFePO4 batteries provide safety, long cycle life, high energy density, good temperature performance, and low self-discharge. However, they have slightly lower energy density, higher cost, lower voltage, and lower rate of discharge compared to other lithium-ion chemistry.

  • 7. What Is The Difference Between LiFePO4 And NCM Cell?

    LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) and NCM (Nickel Cobalt Manganese) are both types of lithium-ion battery chemistry, but they have some differences in their characteristics.

    Here are some key differences between LiFePO4 and NCM cells:

    • Safety: LiFePO4 cells are considered the safest lithium-ion chemistry, with a lower risk of thermal runaway, fire, or explosion. NCM cells, while generally safe, have a slightly higher risk of thermal runaway compared to LiFePO4.
    • Energy Density: NCM cells generally have a higher energy density, which means they can store more energy per unit weight or volume. This makes NCM cells more suitable for applications that require higher energy capacity.
    • Cycle Life: LiFePO4 cells have a longer cycle life compared to NCM cells. They can typically withstand a larger number of charge-discharge cycles before their capacity starts to degrade significantly. This makes LiFePO4 cells more suitable for applications that require frequent cycling.
    • Thermal Stability: LiFePO4 cells are more thermally stable and perform better in high-temperature environments. They are less prone to overheating and can withstand higher operating temperatures compared to NCM cells.
    • Cost: LiFePO4 cells are generally less expensive compared to NCM cells. Since lithium iron phosphate batteries do not contain precious metal elements such as cobalt, their raw material prices are also lower, and phosphorus and iron are also relatively abundant on the earth
    • Voltage: LiFePO4 cells have a lower nominal voltage compared to NCM cells. This means that LiFePO4 batteries may require additional cells or circuitry in series to achieve the same voltage output as NCM batteries.

    In summary, LiFePO4 batteries offer greater safety, longer cycle life, better thermal stability, and lower risk of thermal runaway. NCM batteries, on the other hand, have higher energy density and may be more suitable for space-constrained applications such as passenger cars.

    The choice between LiFePO4 and NCM cells depends on the specific requirements of the application, including safety, energy density, cycle life, and cost considerations.

  • 8. What Is Battery Cell Balancing?

    Battery cell balancing is the process of equalizing the charge levels of individual cells within a battery pack. It ensures that all cells operate optimally to improve performance, safety, and longevity. There are two types: active balancing, which actively transfers charge between cells, and passive balancing, which uses resistors to dissipate excess charge. Balancing is critical for avoiding overcharging or overdischarging, reducing cell degradation, and maintaining uniform capacity across cells.

  • 1. Can Lithium Ion Batteries Be Charged Anytime?

    Yes,Lithium-ion batteries can be charged at any time without harm. Unlike lead-acid batteries, lithium-ion batteries do not suffer from the same disadvantages when partially charged. This means users can take advantage of opportunity charging, meaning they can plug in the battery during short intervals such as lunch breaks to boost charge levels. This enables users to ensure that the battery remains fully charged throughout the day, minimizing the risk of the battery getting low during important tasks or activities.

  • 2. How Many Cycles Do GeePower Lifepo4 Batteries Last?

    According to the lab data, GeePower LiFePO4 Batteries are rated for up to 4,000 cycles at 80% depth-of discharge. In fact, you can use it for a longer period of time if they are cared for properly. When the capacity of the battery drops to 70% of the initial capacity, it is recommended to scrap it.

  • 3. What Is The Battery’s Temperature Adaptability?

    GeePower’s LiFePO4 battery can be charged in the range of 0~45℃, can work in the range of -20~55℃, the storage temperature is between 0~45℃.

  • 4. Does The Battery Have a Memory Effect?

    GeePower’s LiFePO4 batteries have no memory effect and can be recharged at any time.

  • 5. Do I Need a Special Charger For My Battery?

    Yes, the correct use of the charger has a great impact on the performance of the battery. GeePower batteries are equipped with a dedicated charger, you must use the dedicated charger or a charger approved by GeePower technicians.

  • 6. How Is The Temperature Affect The Function Of The Battery?

    High temperature (>25°C) conditions will increase the chemical activity of the battery, but will shorten the battery life and also increase the self-discharge rate. Low temperature (< 25°C) reduces battery capacity and reduces self-discharge. Therefore, using the battery under the condition of about 25°C will get better performance and life.

  • 7. What functions does the LCD display have?

    All of GeePower battery pack comes together with a LCD display, which can show the battery’s working data, including: SOC, Voltage, Current, Working hour, failure or abnormality, etc.

  • 8. How does the BMS works?

    The Battery Management System (BMS) is a crucial component in a lithium-ion battery pack, ensuring its safe and efficient operation.

    Here’s how it works:

    • Battery Monitoring: The BMS continuously monitors various parameters of the battery, such as voltage, current, temperature, and state of charge (SOC). This information helps determine the battery’s health and performance.
    • Cell Balancing: Lithium-ion battery packs consist of multiple individual cells, and the BMS ensures that each cell is balanced in terms of voltage. Cell balancing ensures that no single cell is overcharged or undercharged, thereby optimizing the overall capacity and longevity of the battery pack.
    • Safety Protection: The BMS has safety mechanisms to protect the battery pack from abnormal conditions. For example, if the battery temperature goes beyond safe limits, the BMS may activate cooling systems or disconnect the battery from the load to prevent damage.
    • State of Charge Estimation: The BMS estimates the battery’s SOC based on various inputs, including voltage, current, and historical data. This information helps determine the remaining capacity of the battery and enables more accurate predictions of battery life and range.
    • Communication: The BMS often integrates with the overall system, such as an electric vehicle or an energy storage system. It communicates with the system’s control unit, providing real-time data and receiving commands for charging, discharging, or other operations.
    • Fault Diagnosis and Reporting: The BMS can diagnose faults or abnormalities in the battery pack and provide alerts or notifications to the system operator or user. It may also log data for later analysis to identify any recurring issues.

    Overall, the BMS plays a critical role in ensuring the safety, longevity, and performance of lithium-ion battery packs by actively monitoring, balancing, protecting, and providing essential information about the battery’s status.

  • 1. What Certifications Have Our Lithium Batteries Passed?


  • 2. What Happens If Battery Cells Run Dry?

    If battery cells run dry, it means that they have fully discharged, and there is no more energy available in the battery.

    Here’s what typically happens when battery cells run dry:

    • Loss of Power: When the battery cells run dry, the device or system powered by the battery will lose power. It will stop functioning until the battery is recharged or replaced.
    • Voltage Drop: As the battery cells run dry, the voltage output of the battery will drop significantly. This can result in a decrease in the performance or functionality of the device being powered.
    • Potential Damage: In some cases, if a battery is completely drained and left in that state for an extended period, it may lead to irreversible damage to the battery cells. This can result in reduced battery capacity or, in severe cases, render the battery unusable.
    • Battery Protection Mechanisms: Most modern battery systems have built-in protection mechanisms to prevent the cells from running dry completely. These protection circuits monitor the battery’s voltage and prevent it from discharging beyond a certain threshold to ensure the battery’s longevity and safety.
    • Recharging or Replacement: To restore the battery’s energy, it needs to be recharged using an appropriate charging method and equipment.

    However, if the battery cells have been damaged or degraded significantly, it may be necessary to replace the battery entirely.It’s important to note that different types of batteries have different discharge characteristics and recommended depth of discharge. It’s generally recommended to avoid fully draining the battery cells and recharge them before they run dry to ensure optimal performance and prolong the battery’s lifespan.

  • 3. Are GeePower Lithium-Ion Batteries Safe?

    GeePower lithium-ion batteries offer exceptional safety features due to various factors:

    • Grade A battery cells: We only use renowned brands that provide high-performance batteries. These cells are designed to be explosion-proof, anti-short circuit, and ensure consistent and safe performance.
    • Battery chemistry: Our batteries utilize lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4), which is known for its chemical stability. It also has the highest thermal runaway temperature compared to other lithium-ion chemistry, providing an extra layer of safety with a temperature threshold of 270 °C (518F).
    • Prismatic cell technology: Unlike cylindrical cells, our prismatic cells have a higher capacity (>20Ah) and require fewer power connections, reducing the risk of potential issues. Additionally, the flexible bus-bars used to connect these cells make them highly resistant to vibrations.
    • Electric vehicle class structure and insulation design: We have designed our battery packs specifically for electric vehicles, implementing a robust structure and insulation to enhance safety.
    • GeePower’s module design: Our battery packs are designed with stability and strength in mind, ensuring good consistency and assembly efficiency.
    • Smart BMS and protective circuit: Each GeePower battery pack is equipped with a smart Battery Management System (BMS) and a protective circuit. This system constantly monitors the temperature and current of the battery cells. If any potential harm or risk is detected, the system shuts down to maintain battery performance and prolong its expected lifetime.

  • 4. Are there concerns about the batteries catching fire?

    Rest assured, GeePower’s battery packs are designed with safety as a top priority. The batteries utilize advanced technology, such as lithium iron phosphate chemistry, which is known for its exceptional stability and high burn temperature threshold. Unlike other types of batteries, our lithium iron phosphate batteries have a lower risk of catching fire, thanks to their chemical properties and stringent safety measures implemented during production. Additionally, the battery packs are equipped with sophisticated safeguards that prevent overcharging and rapid discharge, further minimizing any potential risks. With the combination of these safety features, you can have peace of mind knowing that the chances of the batteries catching fire are extremely low.

  • 1. Will The Battery Be Self-Discharged When The Power Is Cut Off?

    All the battery, no matter what chemical character, have the self-discharge phenomena. But LiFePO4 battery’s self-discharge rate is very low, less than 3%.


    If the ambient temperature is high; Please pay attention to the high temperature alarm of the battery system; Do not charge the battery immediately after use in a high temperature environment, you need to let the battery rest for more than 30 minutes or the temperature drops to ≤35°C; When the ambient temperature is ≤0°C, the battery should be charged as soon as possible after using the forklift to prevent the battery from being too cold to charge or prolong the charging time;

  • 2. Can I Fully Discharge a Lifepo4 Battery?

    Yes, LiFePO4 batteries can be continually discharged to 0% SOC and there is no long-term effect. However, we recommend you only discharge down to 20% to maintain battery life.


    The best SOC interval for battery storage: 50±10%

  • 3. At What Temperatures Can i Charge And Discharged a Geepower Battery Pack?

    GeePower Battery Packs should only be charged from 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F) and discharged from -20 °C to 55° C ( -4°F to 131 °F).

  • 4. Is The Temperature Range Of -20 °c To 55 °c (-4 °f To 131 °f) The Operating Internal Temperature Of The Pack Or The Ambient Temperature?

    This is the internal temperature.  There are temperature sensors inside the pack which monitor the operating temperature.  If the temperature range is exceeded, the buzzer will sound and the pack will automatically shut off until the pack is allowed to cool/heat to within operational parameters. 

  • 5. Will You Provide The Training ?

    Absolutely yes, we will provide you the online technical support and training including the basic knowledge of lithium battery, the advantages of lithium battery and the trouble shootings. The user manual will be provided to you as the same time.

  • 6. how to wake up a LiFePO4 battery?

    If a LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) battery has become completely discharged or “asleep,” you can try the following steps to wake it up:

    • Ensure safety: LiFePO4 batteries can be sensitive, so wear protective gloves and goggles while handling them.
    • Check connections: Make sure that all connections between the battery and the device or charger are secure and free from damage.
    • Check battery voltage: Use a multi-meter to check the voltage of the battery. If the voltage is below the minimum recommended level (typically around 2.5 volts per cell), skip to step 5. If it is above this level, proceed to step 4.
    • Charge the battery: Connect the battery to an appropriate charger specifically designed for LiFePO4 batteries. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for charging LiFePO4 batteries and allow sufficient time for the battery to charge. Monitor the charging process closely and ensure the charger is not overheating. Once the battery voltage reaches an acceptable level, it should wake up and start accepting a charge.
    • Recovery charging: If the voltage is too low for a regular charger to recognize, you may need a “recovery” charger. These specialized chargers are designed to safely recover and revive deeply discharged LiFePO4 batteries. These chargers often come with specific instructions and settings for such scenarios, so be sure to carefully follow the instructions provided.
    • Seek professional help: If the above steps do not revive the battery, consider taking it to a professional battery technician or reach out to the battery manufacturer for further assistance. Attempting to wake up a LiFePO4 battery in an improper manner or using incorrect charging techniques can be dangerous and may damage the battery further.

    Remember to follow proper safety precautions while handling batteries and always refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines for charging and handling LiFePO4 batteries.

  • 7. How Long Will It Take To Charge?

    The length of time it takes to charge a Li-ion battery depends on the type and size of your charging source.Our recommended charge rate is 50 amps per 100 Ah battery in your system. For example, if your charger is 20 amps and you need to charge an empty battery, it will take 5 hours to reach 100%.

  • 8. How Long Can GeePower LiFePO4 Batteries Be Stored?

    It is strongly recommended to store LiFePO4 batteries indoors during the off-season. It is also recommended to store LiFePO4 batteries at a state of charge (SOC) of approximately 50% or higher. If the battery is stored for a long time, charge the battery at least once every 6 months (once every 3 months is recommended).

  • 9. How To Charge LiFePO4 Battery?

    Charging a LiFePO4 battery (short for Lithium Iron Phosphate battery) is relatively straightforward.

    Here are the steps to charge a LiFePO4 battery:

    Select an appropriate charger: Make sure you have an appropriate LiFePO4 battery charger. Using a charger that is specifically designed for LiFePO4 batteries is important, as these chargers have the correct charging algorithm and voltage settings for this type of battery.

    • Connect the charger: Ensure the charger is unplugged from the power source. Then, connect the charger’s positive (+) output lead to the positive terminal of the LiFePO4 battery, and connect the negative (-) output lead to the negative terminal of the battery. Double-check that the connections are secure and firm.
    • Plug in the charger: Once the connections are secure, plug in the charger to a power source. The charger should have an indicator light or display that shows the charging status, such as red for charging and green when fully charged. Refer to the charger’s user manual for specific charging instructions and indicators.
    • Monitor the charging process: Keep an eye on the charging process. LiFePO4 batteries generally have a recommended charging voltage and current, so it is important to set the charger to these recommended values if possible. Avoid overcharging the battery, as it can cause damage or reduce its lifespan.
    • Charge until full: Allow the charger to charge the LiFePO4 battery until it reaches full capacity. This may take several hours depending on the size and state of the battery. Once the battery is fully charged, the charger should automatically stop or enter a maintenance mode.
    • Unplug the charger: Once the battery is fully charged, unplug the charger from the power source and disconnect it from the battery. Make sure to handle the battery and charger with care, as they may become warm during the charging process.

    Please note that these are general steps, and it is always advisable to refer to the specific battery manufacturer’s guidelines and the charger’s user manual for detailed charging instructions and safety precautions.

  • 10. How To Choose a Bms For Lifepo4 Cells

    When choosing a Battery Management System (BMS) for LiFePO4 cells, you should consider the following factors:

    • Cell compatibility: Ensure that the BMS you choose is specifically designed for LiFePO4 cells. LiFePO4 batteries have a different charging and discharging profile compared to other lithium-ion chemistries, so the BMS needs to be compatible with this specific chemistry.
    • Cell voltage and capacity: Take note of the voltage and capacity of your LiFePO4 cells. The BMS you select should be suitable for the voltage range and capacity of your specific cells. Check the specifications of the BMS to confirm that it can handle the voltage and capacity of your battery pack.
    • Protection features: Look for a BMS that offers essential protection features to ensure the safe operation of your LiFePO4 battery pack. These features may include overcharge protection, over-discharge protection, overcurrent protection, short circuit protection, temperature monitoring, and balancing of cell voltages.Communication and monitoring: Consider whether you need the BMS to have communication capabilities. Some BMS models offer features such as voltage monitoring, current monitoring, and temperature monitoring, which can be accessed remotely through a communication protocol like RS485, CAN bus, or Bluetooth.
    • BMS reliability and quality: Look for a BMS from a reputable manufacturer known for producing reliable and high-quality products. Consider reading reviews and checking the manufacturer’s track record for delivering robust and dependable BMS solutions.Design and installation: Ensure that the BMS is designed for easy integration and installation into your battery pack. Consider factors such as the physical dimensions, mounting options, and wiring requirements of the BMS.
    • Cost: Compare the prices of different BMS options, keeping in mind that quality and reliability are important factors. Consider the features and performance you require and find a balance between cost-effectiveness and meeting your needs.

    Ultimately, the specific BMS you choose will depend on the specific requirements of your LiFePO4 battery pack. Ensure that the BMS meets the necessary safety standards and has the features and specifications that align with your battery pack’s needs.

  • 11. What Happens If You Overcharge a Lifepo4 Battery

    If you overcharge a LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) battery, it can lead to several potential consequences:

    • Thermal runaway: Overcharging can cause the temperature of the battery to rise significantly, potentially leading to a thermal runaway situation. This is an uncontrolled and self-reinforcing process where the battery temperature continues to increase rapidly, potentially leading to the release of high amounts of heat or even fire.
    • Reduced battery lifespan: Overcharging can significantly reduce the overall lifespan of a LiFePO4 battery. Continuous overcharging can cause damage to the battery cell, leading to a decrease in capacity and overall performance. Over time, this can result in a shortened battery lifespan.
    • Safety hazards: Overcharging can increase the pressure inside the battery cell, which can ultimately result in the release of gas or electrolyte leakage. This can pose safety hazards such as the risk of explosion or fire.
    • Loss of battery capacity: Overcharging can cause irreversible damage and loss of capacity in LiFePO4 batteries. The cells may suffer from increased self-discharge and reduced energy storage capabilities, affecting their overall performance and usability.

    To prevent overcharging and ensure the safe operation of LiFePO4 batteries, it is recommended to use a proper Battery Management System (BMS) that includes overcharge protection. The BMS monitors and controls the charging process to prevent the battery from being overcharged, ensuring its safe and optimal operation.

  • 12. How To Store Lifepo4 Batteries?

    When it comes to storing LiFePO4 batteries, follow these guidelines to ensure their longevity and safety:

    Charge the batteries: Before storing LiFePO4 batteries, make sure they are fully charged. This helps prevent self-discharge during storage, which can cause the battery voltage to drop too low.

    • Check the voltage: Use a multi-meter to measure the voltage of the battery. Ideally, the voltage should be around 3.2 – 3.3 volts per cell. If the voltage is too high or too low, it may indicate a problem with the battery, and you should seek professional help or contact the manufacturer.
    • Store at a moderate temperature: LiFePO4 batteries should be stored in a cool, dry place with a moderate temperature between 0-25°C (32-77°F). Extreme temperatures can degrade the battery’s performance and reduce its lifespan. Avoid storing them in direct sunlight or near sources of heat.
    • Protect from moisture: Ensure that the storage area is dry, as moisture can damage the battery. Store the batteries in airtight containers or bags to prevent exposure to moisture or humidity.
    • Avoid mechanical stress: Protect the batteries from physical impacts, pressure, or other forms of mechanical stress. Be cautious not to drop or crush them, as it may damage the internal components.
    • Disconnect from devices: If you are storing LiFePO4 batteries in devices such as cameras or electric vehicles, remove them from the devices before storage. Leaving batteries connected to devices can lead to unnecessary drain and could potentially damage the battery or the device.
    • Periodically check the voltage: It is recommended to check the voltage of stored LiFePO4 batteries every few months to ensure they maintain an acceptable level of charge. If the voltage drops significantly during storage, consider recharging the batteries to avoid damage from deep discharge.

    By following these storage guidelines, you can enhance the lifespan and performance of your LiFePO4 batteries.

  • 1. What is the expected life of the battery?

    GeePower batteries can be used more than 3,500 life cycles. Battery design life is more than 10 years.

  • 2. What Is The Warranty Policy?

    The warranty for the battery is 5 years or 10,000 hours, whichever comes first.The BMS can only monitor the discharge time, and the users may use the battery frequently, if we use the whole cycle to define the warranty , it will be unfair for the users. So that is why the warranty is 5 years or 10,000 hours, whichever comes first.

  • 1. What ways of shipping can we choose for the lithium battery ?

    Similar to lead acid, there are packaging instructions which must be followed when shipping. There are several options available depending on the type of lithium battery and the regulations in place:

    • Ground Shipping: This is the most common method for shipping lithium batteries and is generally allowed for all types of lithium batteries. Ground shipping is typically less restrictive because it does not involve the same air transport regulations.
    • Air Shipping (Cargo): If the lithium batteries are being shipped via air as cargo, there are specific regulations that need to be followed. Different types of lithium batteries (such as lithium-ion or lithium-metal) may have different restrictions. It is important to comply with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations and check with the airline for any specific requirements.
    • Air Shipping (Passenger): Shipping lithium batteries on passenger flights is restricted due to safety concerns. However, there are exceptions for smaller lithium batteries in consumer devices like smartphones or laptops, which are allowed as carry-on or checked baggage. Again, it is crucial to check with the airline for any limitations or restrictions.
    • Sea Shipping: Sea freight is generally less restrictive when it comes to shipping lithium batteries. However, it is still essential to comply with the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code and any specific regulations for shipping lithium batteries by sea.
    • Courier Services: Courier services like FedEx, UPS, or DHL may have their own specific guidelines and restrictions for shipping lithium batteries.

    It is important to check with the courier service to ensure compliance with their regulations.Regardless of the shipping method chosen, it is essential to package and label lithium batteries correctly according to the relevant regulations to ensure safe transport. It is also crucial to educate yourself on the specific regulations and requirements for the type of lithium battery you are shipping and consult with the shipping carrier for any specific guidelines they may have in place.

  • 2. Do you have a freight forwarder to help us ship lithium batteries?

    Yes, we have cooperative shipping agencies that can transport lithium batteries. As we all know, lithium batteries are still considered dangerous goods, so if your shipping agency does not have transportation channels, our shipping agency can transport them for you.