|1.Are you a manufacturer and is it available to visit your factory?
Yes, we are a manufacturer and we always welcome our guests to visit our factory!
2.What kinds of cells and power control system do you usually use? How about its performances?
Our products carry full one-year warranty. we use world-famous brand SAMSUNG,LG and BAK cells plus TI Power Control System with over-charging, over-discharging, over-heating and over-current and short-circuit protections, its performance has reached or even exceeded the original laptop batteries which gives our customers a peace of mind when using it.
3.How about your delivery terms?
It depends on the order quantity. Usually it takes 3-5 days to ship out an order of 3000 units after receiving T/T payment; Larger order might take a little bit longer time.
4. What is your MOQ?
No MOQ! Very easy to start business with us!
5.Is your warranty date printed on the packaging box?
Yes, we have barcodes printed on the packaging box telling production date.
6.Can you print our own barcodes on the battery or the packaging?
No problem as long as you provide us the details.
7.Can you print our own logo on your batteries?
Certainly! According to our company policy and taking cost into consideration, if you need us do your brand name sticker, the print company requires us MOQ 300pcs per model for sticker and MOQ 1000pcs for retail box.
8.Which countries do you mainly export to?
Currently, we sell approximately 60000 batteries per month internationally focusing on European and American markets.
|Battery DO's and DON'TS
|Do not short-circuit a battery. A short-circuit may cause damage to the battery.
Do not drop, hit or otherwise abuse the battery as this may result in the exposure of the cell contents, which are corrosive.
Do not expose the battery to moisture or rain. Keep battery away from fire or other sources of extreme heat or extreme cold. Do not freeze your battery.
Do not leave your laptop on overnight all the time while charging. The laptop should be turned off occasionally.
Do consider removing the battery from a laptop when running on fixed power. (Some laptop manufacturers are concerned about dust and moisture accumulating inside the battery casing.)
Do use the Suspend or Hibernate feature when taking a break.
Do minimize the number of programs and/or applications running at the same time. Quit any of the programs/applications that are not in use.
Do not throw away or dispose of your battery with household waste. Please recycle all batteries, as they contain chemicals which are harmful to the environment.
Do set the Windows Power Management settings to maximum savings.
Do lower the brightness setting on the screen backlight
Do not carry loose batteries in a pocket or purse with metal objects like coins, paper clips and hair pins, etc. This may short circuit the battery, generating high heat.
Do disconnect any unused devices such as modems, wireless cards, bluetooth and USB devices.
Do not buy old batteries, even if sold at clearance prices.
Do store battery in a dry, cool place at 40-50% charge level. Some reserve charge is needed to keep the battery and its protection circuit operational during prolonged storage.
Do make sure that the laptopí»s power management features in the BIOS and Operating System are optimized, turning off the screen, using speed step.
Do not incinerate. Exposure of batteries to extreme heat may result in an explosion.