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As a courtesy to our customers, Energizer has prepared copyrighted Product Safety Datasheets to provide information on the different Eveready/Energizer battery systems. As defined in OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, Section 1910.1200 (c), Eveready/Energizer batteries are
manufactured “articles”, which do not result in exposure to a hazardous chemical under normal conditions of use. For this reason, Material Safety Datasheets are not required. The information and recommendations set forth herein are made in good faith, for information only, and are believed to be
accurate as of the date of preparation. However, ENERGIZER BATTERY MANUFACTURING, INC., MAKES NO WARRANTY, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THIS INFORMATION AND DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FROM REFERENCE ON IT.
Energizer Rechargeable ACCU Battery
Lithium Ion Battery
Designed for Recharge:
SECTION I – MANUFACTURER INFORMATION:
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
The battery should not be opened or burned. Exposure to the ingredients contained within or their combustion products could
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(CAS# 108-32-7) SECTION III - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
If fire or explosion occurs when batteries are on charge, shut off power to charger. In case of fire where lithium ion batteries are present, flood the area with water. If any batteries are burning, water may not extinguish them, but wil cool the adjacent batteries and control the spread of fire. CO2, dry chemical, and foam extinguishers are preferred for small fires, but also may
not extinguish burning lithium ion batteries. Burning batteries wil burn themselves out. Virtually all fires involving lithium ion batteries can be
control ed with water. When water is used, however, hydrogen gas may be evolved which can form an explosive mixture with air. LITH-X (powdered graphite) or copper powder fire extinguishers, sand, dry ground dolomite or soda ash may also be used. These materials act as smothering agents.
Fire fighters should wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Burning lithium ion batteries can produce toxic fumes including HF, oxides of carbon,
aluminum, lithium, copper, and cobalt. Volatile phosphorus pentafluoride may form at a temperature above
SECTION IV - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Under normal conditions of use, the battery is hermetically sealed.
Swallowing a battery can be harmful.
Contents of an open battery can cause serious chemical burns of mouth, esophagus, and gastrointestinal tract.
If battery or open battery is ingested, do not induce vomiting or give food or drink. Seek medical attention immediately. CALL NATIONAL BATTERY INGESTION HOTLINE for advice and fol ow-up (202-625-3333) col ect, day or night.
Contents of an open battery can cause respiratory irritation. Inhalation of vapors may cause irritation of the upper respiratory tract and
lungs. Provide fresh air and seek medical attention.
N-methyl pyrrolidinone, ethylene carbonate, ethyl methyl carbonate, dimethyl carbonate, and biphenyl may be absorbed through
the skin causing localized inflammation.
Contents of an open battery can cause skin irritation and/or chemical burns. Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin with soap
and water. If a chemical burn occurs or if irritation persists, seek medical attention.
Contents of an open battery can cause severe irritation and chemical burns. Immediately flush eyes thoroughly with water for at least
15 minutes, lifting upper and lower lids, until no evidence of the chemical remains. Seek medical attention.
Acetylene black and cobalt compounds are listed as possible carcinogens by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). SECTION V - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
The lithium ion battery should be between 25% and 75% of ful charge when stored for a long period of time. Store in a cool, dry, wel
ventilated area. Elevated temperatures can result in loss of battery performance, leakage, or rust. Do not expose the battery to open flames.
Containment of this battery in a manner that obstructs or defeats the safety vent or electrical disconnect mechanisms
designed into this battery can result in fire and/or explosion and cause personal injury and device damage. This battery is not designed to be potted, enclosed in hermetic overpackaging, or sealed by any means that prevents free operation of the designed safety mechanisms.
Do not expose the battery to excessive physical shock or vibration. Short circuiting should be avoided, however, accidental short circuiting
for a few seconds wil not seriously affect the battery. Prolonged short circuits wil cause the battery to rapidly lose energy, could generate
enough heat to burn skin, and may cause the safety release vents of the enclosed cel s to open. Sources of short circuits include jumbled batteries in bulk containers, coins, metal jewelry, metal covered tables, or metal belts used for assembly of batteries in devices. To minimize risk
of short circuiting, the protective case supplied with the battery should be used to cover the terminals when transporting or storing the battery. Do not disassemble or deform the battery. Should an individual cell within a battery become ruptured, do not allow contact with water.
If soldering or welding to the battery is required, consult your Energizer Battery Manufacturing, Inc. representative for proper precautions to
prevent damage to the integrity of the battery.
This battery is made to be charged many times. Use an Energizer approved battery charger. Never use a modified or damaged battery
charger. Do not charge for over 180 minutes or repeat charging without intermittent discharging. A backup charge termination based on time is
recommended to prevent overcharging. The charging temperature should be between 0°C and 50°C (32°F and 120°F). The battery pack wil normally warm during charging.
Charging Voltages and Currents:
Charging voltages are prevented from exceeding the specified limits by an internal battery protection circuit.
Never use a battery which shows signs of a damaged protection circuit or broken case. (Such damage to the protection circuit may be indicated by voltages at the battery terminals outside of their specified ranges.) Adhere to all specified charging and discharging voltages and currents.
Do not use battery if its voltage drops below the specified minimum voltage.
If the Eveready label or package warnings are not visible, it is important to provide a package and/or device label stating:
WARNING: CHARGE ONLY WITH SPECIFIED CHARGERS ACCORDING TO DEVICE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT OPEN BATTERY, DISPOSE OF IN FIRE, OR SHORT CIRCUIT - MAY IGNITE, EXPLODE, LEAK, OR GET HOT CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY.
Dispose in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations.
SECTION VI - SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
Not necessary under normal conditions.
Not necessary under normal conditions.
Not necessary under normal conditions. Wear safety glasses with side shields if handling an open or leaking battery.
Not necessary under normal conditions. Use neoprene or natural rubber gloves if handling an open or leaking battery.
Open Battery Storage:
Battery should not be opened. Should a cel become disassembled, the electrode should be stored in a fireproof cabinet,
SECTION VII - REGULATORY INFORMATION
In general, the transportation of primary lithium cells and batteries (and batteries packaged with or in equipment) is regulated as UN 3481 by the
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG),
Accord European Sur le Transport des Marchandises Dangereuses par Route (ADR) and the US Department of Transportation (US DOT). However, Energizer lithium ion batteries are exempt from the majority of regulatory requirements of UN 3481 because they meet the requirements of IATA
Packaging Instructions 965-967 and various special provisions from IMDG, ADR and the US DOT. (Essentially, they are properly packaged and labeled, ≤ 20 Wh/Cel (cell), ≤ 100 Wh (battery pack) and pass the tests defined in UN model regulation section 38.3).
By complying with the requirements specified above, Lithium Batteries are not otherwise regulated as Dangerous Goods. Lithium Batteries
manufactured, packaged and shipped by Energizer Battery Manufacturing, Inc. meet the requirements specified above. Any Lithium Batteries subsequently repackaged or reshipped are required to meet all of the requirements specified above.
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