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11. Does ParceLive classify as Dangerous Goods/HAZMAT?

on April 6, 2020 No comments

Each Hanhaa ParceLive tracker contains a lithium ion battery which weighs 12g with Watt-hour rating 7.0 Wh. 

According to Section 4.2 UN3481 (Lithium ion Batteries contained in equipment) of the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations, it can contain up to 5kg of net quantity of lithium ion cells or batteries per package on passenger aircraft, or 35kg on cargo aircraft.

According to the Packing Instruction 967 Section II of the IATA Dangerous Goods regulations, it allows a maximum of 20 Watt-hours per cell or 100 Watt-hours per battery, and no lithium battery marking (UN3481 label) if there are two of fewer ParceLive devices in each consignment where each package contains no more than four cells or two batteries installed in equipment. 

We also have approvals for the use of ParceLive on multiple airlines. Please click on the link below to see the approved airlines.

Stephen hartnett11. Does ParceLive classify as Dangerous Goods/HAZMAT?