Standard: RTCA DO-311
MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM BATTERY SYSTEMS
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This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for rechargeable Lithium battery systems to be used as permanently installed power sources on aircraft. Compliance with these standards is recommended as a means of assuring that the Lithium battery will perform its intended function(s) safely, under conditions normally encountered in aeronautical operations. These standards apply to the chemical composition, cell size, cell construction, cell interconnection methods within batteries, venting June 2014 RTCA List of Available Documents Page 41 of 142 provisions, operational and storage environments, packaging, handling, test, storage and disposal of rechargeable Lithium batteries, installed separately or in avionics equipment aboard aircraft.
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