The Battery Metric analyzers and modules together with the associated software tools create a system that allows the user full control to specify many battery charge, discharge and test parameters. In addition the system has options to modify the calibration by the user. These capabilities are designed to provide the user with maximum flexibility to manage many different battery types in many different situations. This capability, by it’s very nature, also creates the possibility for the user to use improper charge, discharge , test or calibration parameters. When used improperly, by accident, inadvertently, by mistake or with lack of proper knowledge and training or if the software files become damaged, the system can fail to properly manage the battery under charge, discharge or test. This can damage batteries and as a result a battery could leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. This could create a dangerous situation involving fires, property damage, personal injury or death.
It is expected that this system will be used with this information in mind. The user understands this situation and agrees to use due diligence when using this system. The user should only charge LiIon and LiPo batteries that have built in protection circuitry to protect against the possibility of applying improper voltage or current to the battery. Most consumer type LiIon batteries do have built in protection circuitry. If you are uncertain if the LiIon or LiPo battery has built in protection circuitry, check with the battery manufacturer. Always charge, discharge and test all batteries according to the battery manufacturer’s specifications. Users should verify that proper voltages and currents are being applied with their own voltage and current measurement equipment.
This manual is a guide to using the Battery Console software application. It is not a training manual for understanding proper battery management, charging, discharging and testing. It is expected the user will have this knowledge. The Battery Metric system is a battery management platform to be used by knowledgeable trained staff. It is not a consumer type product. Read and follow the Safety Precautions listed in Safety section.
Users who purchase a Battery Metric module or analyzer receive a license to use the Battery Consosl software programs. You must read and agree to the license agreement listed below before continuing with the use of the software. Users who receive this software with an analyzer or download from our web site have a license to use it subject to the license agreement listed below:
Under the terms of this license N0 warranties of any kind are made with respect to the contents or functionality of this software, nor it’s fitness for a particular purpose. LaMantia Products Ltd. shall not be liable for errors in the software or documentation, or for any direct, indirect or consequential damages or financial losses arising from the use of this software or the Battery Metric analyzer modules.
Read and follow the safety precautions specified here and recommended by the battery manufacturer. Also follow the battery manufacturer’s recommended charging and discharging procedures. LaMantia Products Ltd. reserves the right to change the specifications and software without notice. Users agree to make their own determination as to the suitability of this analyzer for their particular application.
You accept the terms of this license by continuing with the use of the software. If you do not agree to the terms of this license then return your analyzer to your dealer within 30 days of purchase for refund.
The software program Battery Console for WindowsTM and it’s associated documentation are copyright © 2018 LaMantia Products Ltd. London, Ontario, Canada. All rights are reserved. Unauthorized duplication or distribution is strictly prohibited.
Before attempting to use your Battery Metric device please read all users manuals supplied with the device.