Last revised: August 16th, 2021
BATTERIES CAN BE DANGEROUS!
Improper handling of batteries can lead to leaking, fire or explosion which can cause serious injury or property damage.
Non Re-chargeable Primary Lithium Batteries
* Energizer is a registered trademark of Eveready Battery Company, Inc.
* Duracell is a registered trademark of the Gillette Company.
* Panasonic is a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.
* Sanyo is a registered trademark of Sanyo Electric Company, Ltd.
* Deep Discharge: The battery has been allowed to discharge most of its capacity to a point beyond which irreparable damage has occurred. See battery specifications for the specific levels.
* Condition a Battery: Charge your battery to the fullest and then disconnect from charger. Let your light run until it completely drains the battery and turns itself off. Place the light back onto its charger and completely recharge the battery before using it. This conditioning or "cycling" of the battery will help it retain a fuller charge for a longer period of time.
* DOD ( Depth Of Discharge) *: is the fraction or percentage of the capacity which has been removed from the fully charged battery. Depth of Discharge is defined as the total amount of energy that is discharged from a battery, divided by the battery nominal capacity. Depth of discharge is normally expressed as a percentage.
ALWAYS dispose of batteries properly at an approved battery recycling center. Failure to do so can be a crime and can lead to the release of harmful toxic materials. Pelican has partnered with Call 2 Recycle in the US and Canada to dispose of recyclable batteries. Please click here or call 1-800-822-8837 to find a battery recycling center near you.
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