Test/review of Fujitsu 9V Alkaline (Gold)

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Test/review of Fujitsu 9V Alkaline (Gold)

Fujitsu 9V Alkaline (Gold)
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Official specifications:


  • Nominal voltage: 9V
  • Chemistry: Alkaline

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A regular 9V alkaline battery.
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The discharge curves are typical alkaline with considerable lower capacity at higher current.
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Conclusion
The performance of this 9V alkaline is the same as the first 9V alkaline I tested.
Notes and links
How is the test done and how to read the charts
Compare to other 9V batteries: Alkaline/NiMH/Lithium/other

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10-pack? Got them for your smoke alarms, eh? Silly

I wanted to put Energizer Lithium 9V’s in my smoke alarms, but then I checked their price.. and decided not to. Big Smile

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Shadowww wrote:
10-pack? Got them for your smoke alarms, eh? Silly

Try counting how many curves the chart includes, each one is a battery.

Shadowww wrote:
I wanted to put Energizer Lithium 9V’s in my smoke alarms, but then I checked their price.. and decided not to. Big Smile

I would like to test them, but the price is a bit high.

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HKJ wrote:
Try counting how many curves the chart includes, each one is a battery.

Ahh crap, that’s quite an expensive test. Oh well, at least you got one left! Silly