Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

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Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN
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Official specifications:


  • Voltage: 1.5V
  • Protects power (Storage time): up to 10 years.

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The standard alkaline AA cell in America from Panasonic.
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Fairly normal alkaline discharge curves.
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Conclusion
These cells are best at high current and not as good at low current, but it is not a huge difference to other brands.
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I got the batteries from: a Canadian appreciative of the work HKJ does and shares
How is the test done and how to read the charts
Compare to other AA/AAA batteries: Alkaline/NiMH/Lithium

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Thanks for testing!
(I think high and low should be reversed in the conclusion)

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djozz wrote:
Thanks for testing! (I think high and low should be reversed in the conclusion)

My unofficial reference is the Duraell Plus Power

At 100mA down to 1V it can deliver about 2400mA, Panasonic can deliver about 2200mA
At 10mA down to 1V it can deliver about 2800mA, Panasonic can deliver about 2500mA

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In Canada, these cells are about 1/3 of the price of Duracell. They are among the best deal for alkaline.

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HKJ wrote:
djozz wrote:
Thanks for testing! (I think high and low should be reversed in the conclusion)

My unofficial reference is the Duraell Plus Power

At 100mA down to 1V it can deliver about 2400mA, Panasonic can deliver about 2200mA
At 10mA down to 1V it can deliver about 2800mA, Panasonic can deliver about 2500mA


ah, understood, best as in: compared to other batteries, not as in: compared to lower current.