Safety regulations

How to handle the battery?

Before handling the battery, please study the vehicle's operating manual, battery manual, safety regulations, and strictly follow the instructions contained therein

Warning signs:


Keep away from your eyes

Keep away from children

Caution acid


Read the manual

First aid:

If you get battery acid in your eyes:

Immediately rinse your eyes with clean water for a few minutes! Seek medical advice as soon as possible

In case of ingestion:

Immediately drink plenty of water and seek medical advice as soon as possible

In case of skin contact:

Immediately neutralize with soap solution or acid neutralizer, then rinse with plenty of water

Installation into a vehicle:


A temporary power supply interruption can lead to malfunctions of various electronic components. Only install batteries that have been sufficiently charged, i.e. with a minimum terminal voltage of 12.5 V.

Removing the battery:


Shut down the engine and all electrical devices


Disconnect the negative terminal (-) before the positive terminal (+). If you disconnect the battery clip from the positive terminal first, and it accidentally comes into contact with the body, this will cause a short circuit


After that, remove the battery from the compartment

Charging from an external source

  • Use only applicable DC chargers and follow the relevant handling instructions.
  • Do not charge a frozen battery or a battery with a temperature above 45 °C.
  • The positive battery terminal (+) must be connected to the positive terminal of the charger, while the negative terminal (-) must be connected to the relevant negative terminal.
  • Turn on the charger only after it is connected to the battery.
  • At the end of charging, turn off the charger first.
  • Stop charging the battery in case of acid ejection or if the battery is too hot!
  • Ensure adequate ventilation of the room during charging.



Always keep the battery surface dry and clean, and clean it only with a damp anti-static cloth.


Protect the terminals and connectors from corrosion, and treat them with an acid-free grease.


Do not open batteries without plugs.


If the engine start power is insufficient, the battery should be checked and recharged if necessary.


Stored batteries should be kept charged and cool at all times.


Check the charge level regularly or use a trickle charger.


Recharge at an open circuit voltage of 12.3 V.


  • Read the vehicle’s operating manual and follow its instructions on jump-starting.
  • Jump-starting can only be performed using a battery with the same nominal voltage. The capacity of the donor battery should be approximately equal to the capacity of the main battery
  • Use only approved starter connection cables to the auxiliary battery (for example, in accordance with ISO 6722).
  • Follow the user manual attached to the jump starter cables
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