BAT120 UN38.3

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The UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods are contained in the UN Model Regulations prepared by the Subcommittee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). They cover the transport of dangerous goods by all modes of transport except by bulk tanker. They are not obligatory or legally binding on individual countries, but have gained a wide degree of international acceptance: they form the basis of several international agreements and many national laws.


To be safely transported (by air, sea, rail, or roadways), lithium batteries must meet the requirements laid out by Standard UN 38.3. This standard applies to batteries transported either on their own or installed in a device. It applies to all points in the battery’s transportation process: from sub-suppliers to the end-product manufacturer; manufacturer to the distributor; in or out of the product; in the field; during product returns or with non-original packaging.

Standards applied

Our device BAT120 was tested according to these tests/standards to prove its compliance:

Standard / Test Test Report No.
UN38.3 RZUN2022-3342
1.2m Drop Test RZUN2022-3342-DT1
Safe Transport of Goods (By Road) UN2022-3342-2
Safe Transport of Goods (By Air) UN2022-3342-1

All of the above-mentioned test results were summarized in - RZUN2022-3342-TS



UN38.3 Declaration of Conformity

To download a PDF version of the UN38.3 declaration, here.

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