Subject: Declaration & Indemnity Letter - Lithium Battery Shipments
We发货公司名) hereby confirm that all 电池种类（选一个填写）（lithium ion battery or lithium metal battery) shipments meet the latest edition of International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) requirements and it is safe for air transportation as a “NOT RESTRICTED” shipment. This consignment does not contain any recalled and / or defective batteriesHandle with care. Flammability hazard exists if the package is damaged.In any event of the package found damaged, please follow special procedure: _（如包装损坏，请遵从如下提示处理（参考MSDS）__ in case of skin contact with contents of battery,flush immediately with water,If irritation persists ,get medical help.For eye contact,flush with copious amounts of Water for 15 minutes .Do not inhale leaked material,If irritation persists ,get medical help.the preferred response is to leave the area and allow the batteries to cool and the vapors to dissipated ,Avoid skin and eye contact or inhalation of vapors .Remove spilled liquid with absorbent and incinerate .Extinguishing Media :CO2or dry chemicals
We will provide the relevant Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) of our lithium batteries as evidence of the compliance of our lithium batteries to IATA DGR if requested by DHL or the airlines.
All packed电池种类（选一个填写）（lithium ion battery or lithium metal battery) shipments are in compliance with the latest edition of IATA DGR, including (where applicable) Section II of Packing Instructions 965, 966, 967, 968, 969 & 970.
This consignment has been packed in compliance with Section II of PI __“PI965” or “PI966” or “PI967” or “PI968” or “PI969” or “PI970” （按实际货物选择一个，其他删除）
Our lithium battery shipment Air Waybills will be declared with below mentioned words (in italics) in the “Full Description of Contents” section in compliance with IATA DGR as appropriate:
a.“Lithium Ion Batteries” or “Lithium Metal Batteries”（按实际货物选择一个，其他删除）
c.“PI965” or “PI966” or “PI967” or “PI968” or “PI969” or “PI970” （按实际货物选择一个，其他删除）
Specifically, where applicable, we declare that all of our packed lithium battery shipments:
a.do not fall under IATA DGR Special Provisions A154; and/or
b.comply with IATA DGR Special Provisions A164.
The abovementioned Special Provisions A154 and A164 are set out in Appendix A of this declaration.
We, the undersigned, certify that the contents of this shipment is (i) not classified as hazardous material, dangerous goods or prohibited articles by IATA , ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation), International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, any applicable governmental department or other relevant organization, and (ii) does not fall within the definitions of dangerous substances by applicable laws, regulations, requirements or international logistics industry codes from time to time.
In the event that DHL incurs extra costs on the transportation of this shipment, preparation of airway bills, and other documentation in connection with this shipment, we will reimburse such cost to DHL upon invoice.
We acknowledge that we will be liable for damages resulting from any misstatement or omission of shipping information. We understand that the air and road carriage of this shipment by DHL is based on the shipment documentation, and this certification that we have provided. We will fully indemnify DHL against any liabilities, fines, costs, expenses incurred by DHL and/or any legal proceedings, claims, actions against DHL in connection with DHL handling our lithium battery shipments.
This declaration is to be effective from [date/month/year] (start date) to [date/month/year] (end date).建议此日期范围写长一些
Signature and Company Rubber Stamp:发货公司盖章（必须与台头一致）
Name of shipper (company legal name): 发货公司名
Name of authorized signatory:签字（英文全名，名字+姓氏：打印出来后签字（必须是手签））
Title of authorized signatory: 签字人职位（经理级以上）
Date of declaration: 写上日期
For any additional information or emergency contact, please contact Tel: __联系电话__
Statement:CONFIRMATION: By signing this certificate, the above Authorized Signatory confirms that he/she is liable for accuracy of the declarations contained herein.
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How to care for your new laptop battery
ï New replacement laptop batteries from LaptopBatteryExpress.com are shipped in a discharged state and must be fully charged when you receive your new battery. Chargng your new battery overnight is sufficient to give your new battery a full charge. Li-ion batteries will wear out time, providing ever shorter battery run times. You can extend the life of your battery by providing some basic ongoing maintenance. Your new battery should be charged and discharged 3-4 times during the first month. This will properly engage the battery to hold it's maximum energy. After the first month you can maintain the battery energy capacity by discharging and recharging the battery every 3-4 weeks. Do not let the battery run down all the way as this will diminish your battery life over time.
ï A new battery may cause the battery power icon on your computer to indicate you have a low battery condition. We recommend that you let the battery charge overnight in your notebook computer. It may be necessary to remove and replace the battery and restart your computer with the battery installed in order for the computerís start up sequence to properly recognize your new battery.
ï Rechargeable batteries will self discharge when not in use over a period of time.
ï This might seem obvious but donít burn, disassemble, mutilate or short circuit batteries.
Is it normal for a battery to produce heat while it is being used and while charging?
It is normal for notebook batteries to produce heat when they are being charged and also when you are running on battery power. As energy is transfered within your battery cells, heat is a natural byproduct.
Why does my laptop battery lose power over time?
Over time, laptop batteries lose their ability to hold a charge. This is a normal occurrence and is common to all rechargeable laptop batteries. Most notebook batteries today are made with advanced materials that hold their charge much longer than earlier technologies used just a few years ago. Even so, the life of a laptop battery today will be approximately 500 recharges. For most users, 2- 3 years is a typical life expectancy of a laptop battery.
How can I minimize the power my laptop uses?
Your laptop battery life depends on the power capacity of your laptop battery and the amount of energy your computer draws. You can maximize your laptop battery life by changing the amount of power your computer draws while in battery mode. If you are a Windows user, within your Control Panel section you will find ìPower Optionsî. In this section you can change power use and ìlow powerî alerts. Windows Vista users will be able to lower the brightness of the LCD panel and extend the battery life considerably. You can also extend your battery life between charges by minimizing the use of your CD and DVD drive operation.
How to check laptop battery life
You can check your computerís remaining battery life by clicking your battery icon or accessing the ìPower Optionsî section within your computerís control panel. Your laptop battery life depends on the power capacity of your laptop battery and the amount of energy your computer draws.
How long will my laptop battery run?
Average run time is 1 1/2 hours to 3 1/2 hours depending on what applications you are running. Functions that require more power will deplete your laptop battery faster. Viewing a DVD or using your CD player to play and record music are power intensive functions and will consume power at a faster rate. Also different notebooks use more power than others. Most laptops have a power management control panel where power use can be reduced while on battery power, such as reducing the brightness of your LCD screen. External batteries can also be purchased to provided extended power.
What is the difference between NiCad, NiMH and Lithium-ion laptop batteries?
Batteries in laptops, camcorder and cell phones are typically made using one of three battery chemistries: Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd), Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) or Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery cell chemistry.
NiCad and NiMH:
NiCad (nickel Cadmium) batteries are best known as the battery type that has the ìmemory effectî. In order for these batteries to work efficiently, the battery must be completely discharged before recharging. If you recharge these batteries while there is still power stored in the cells, your battery will ìresetî itself so that it now only holds the amount of power stored from the last recharge. Many electric tooth brushes, power tools and other consumer items still utilize NiCad battery chemistry. If you have devices with NiCad batteries, you will save yourself some aggravation and money by having a fully charged spare battery to insert while you recharge your depleted battery. NiCad batteries are the least expensive to produce, but because of the ìmemory effectî problem, these type of batteries are slowly being phased out with other improved battery materials.
NiMH batteries are less prone to develop this problem and thus require less maintenance and conditioning. In addition, NiMH batteries can store about twice as much energy as NiCad batteries without adding any additional weight. NiMH batteries are also environmentally friendlier than NiCad batteries since they do not contain heavy metals (which present serious landfill problems). Note: Not all devices can accept both NiCad and NiMH batteries.
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) has become the new standard for portable power in consumer devices and laptop batteries. Li-Ion batteries produce the same energy as NiMH battery but weigh approximately 20%-35% less. This can make a noticeable difference in devices such as cellular phones, camcorders or notebook computers where the battery makes up a significant portion of the total weight. Another reason Li-Ion batteries have become so popular is that they do not suffer from the "memory effect" at all. They are also environmentally friendly because they don't contain toxic materials such as Cadmium or Mercury.
What do the power ratings mean - mAh, Volts, and Watts?
MAh (Milliamperes) represents the amount of stored energy in your battery. 1000 Milliamperes = 1 Ampere. The more mAh capacity - the longer your battery will last. Several batteries from LaptopBatteryExpress.com have higher mAh ratings than your original battery brand. This does not mean that the battery is not the correct replacement, but rather it is a longer lasting battery. Voltage in a battery refers to the ìvolumeî of electricity that is delivered to your computer. The amount of energy that comes from your wall outlet is far in excess of what you need to operate the tiny circuits of a computer. Hence your power adapter contains a ìbrickî or bar like box that decreases the energy to a much lower voltage rating. Each computer manufacturer designs their computers for the appropriate voltage requirement. Your battery pack will then be engineered to match the voltage of the power AC adapter. Laptop battery packs are composed of several battery cells that are wired together in series. By combining the cells in this fashion, higher ìvolumesî of energy can be delivered to your laptop computer. For laptop computers, each battery cell has a voltage rating of 3.6 ñ 3.7 volts. (3.6V & 3.7V are used interchangeably and refer to the same amount of voltage.)
Cells Voltage/Cell Formula Nominal Voltage
1 cell 3.6V or 3.7V 1 cell x 3.6 or 3.7V 3.6V or 3.7V
2 cells 3.6V or 3.7V 2 cells x 3.6V or 3.7V 7.2V or 7.4V
3 cells 3.6V or 3.7V 3 cells x 3.6V or 3.7V 10.8V or 11.1V
4 cells 3.6V or 3.7V 4 cells x 3.6V or 3.7V 14.4V or 14.8V
Watts measure the amount of energy a device uses. This is a rating that will be found on your monitor and laptop PC, - not your battery.
Fit Laptop Model of HP OmniBook 6000 Laptop Battery
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