We recommend using a charger designed for Li-ion batteries. The charger charges according to the constant current/constant voltage method which you will need to charge Olife technology batteries.
Charge Voltage: The maximum charge voltage is 14.6 V.
Charge Current: Your Olife Li-ion battery can be recharged at an extremely high rate far exceeding that of Lead acid. However, the maximum recommended charge current is 1C A, that is the ah capacity expressed in amps. For example a 30 Ah battery has a max charge rate of 30 amps.
Charge Temperature: It is always best to charge your battery at temperatures between 0 °C and 45 °C. When charging your battery, first connect your battery to the charger and then plug the charger into a standard power outlet.
Your Olife battery needs routine maintenance and care. In order to maximise the life of your battery, follow these guidelines:
If your car is not likely to be used for long period of time, it is recommended that the battery should be disconnected and ideally stored in dry warm conditions.
Before you store your battery it should be recharged. Then in storage, it should be refresh charged, ideally at least once every six months.
Store your battery in a dry place at temperatures between 5 °C and 20 °C (41 °F and 68 °F).
Before you transport a Li-ion battery, you should always check all relevant local, national, and international regulations. In certain cases the transport of an end-of-life, damaged, or recalled battery may be restricted or prohibited.
Olife batteries are subject to disposal and recycling regulations that vary by country and region. Always check and follow your applicable regulations before disposing of any battery. Many countries prohibit the disposal of waste electronic equipment in standard waste receptacles. Place only discharged batteries in a battery collection container.
Minimum safety precautions to be observed when disposing of an old or damaged battery: