9v-energizer-industrial-alkaline-battery

The 9V Energizer Industrial Alkaline batteries we are testing here are what the ones indented for Professional and Industrial use, however looking through the datasheet of the Industrial and regular 9V Energizer batteries we see pretty much the same specs, so in theory these should be the same batteries. Regardless if we are talking about the Industrial or Regular version of these batteries they are considered to be one of the best 9V Alkaline batteries available on the market and we are just about to see if that is true or not by testing them. The battery tested here is with an expiration date of 03-2017 and with a 5 year shelf life it should be produced in 03-2012, this date is very important if we are going to compare the Industrial and regular batteries to see if there is any difference.


9v-energizer-industrial-alkaline-battery-capacity

In order to test the capacity of the 9V Energizer Industrial Alkaline batteries we are using a constant current discharge rate of 0.05A (50 miliampers) and we have managed to get just 380 mAh or with other words a very good result, even though it is not the highest we’ve seen from a 9V Alakline battery in out tests so far. Have in mind that this battery has been produced more than a year and a half ago, so it has self discharged to some point, nevertheless this result is still very good and among the highest ones we’ve gotten so far.

The performance of the 9V Energizer Industrial Alkaline batteries in our tests:

– 380 mAh at 0.05A load

– 2.816 Wh at 0.05A load

To download a datasheet with the manufacturer’s battery specifications

9v-varta-high-energy-alkaline-battery

The 9V Varta High Energy Alkaline batteries we are testing here are what the manufacturer considers to be the most powerful of all of their Alkaline batteries series that were developed especially for power-hungry devices, e. g. toys, audio equipments, LED flashlights and computer devices. We’ve seen very good results from the AA and AAA size Varta alkaline batteries so we also have high expectations here as well. The expiration date of the tested battery here was 08-2018, so quite a lot of time left for use before expiring.


9v-varta-high-energy-alkaline-battery-capacity

In order to test the capacity of the 9V Varta High Energy Alkaline batteries we are using a constant current discharge rate of 0.05A (50 miliampers) and we have managed to get just 258 mAh. With this result and Varta claiming that their High Energy Alkaline batteries are the best they offer we are quite disappointed, we expected to see more from these batteries in our tests, so while Varta’s AA and AAA size Alkaline batteries have shown great results in our tests their 9V Alkalines are apparently not that good.

The performance of the 9V Varta High Energy Alkaline batteries in our tests:

– 258 mAh at 0.05A load

– 1.895 Wh at 0.05A load

9v-fujicell-alkaline-battery

The 9V Fujicell Alkaline batteries we are testing here are proving to be interesting as we’ve seen from tests of other Fujicell batteries where they are performing quite well and considering the fact that these batteries are available at a good price you may want to consider the good models. The question here is how will the 9V Alkaline battery perform and will it be worth to consider. The battery we are testing is with an expiration date of 02-2020.


9v-fujicell-alkaline-battery-capacity

In order to test the capacity of the 9V Fujicell Alkaline batteries we are using a constant current discharge rate of 0.05A (50 miliampers) and we have managed to get 398 mAh and that is a very good results for a 9V Alkaline battery. If we compare this to the 9v Duracell Alkaline battery that we are using as a reference the Fujicell battery offers significantly higher capacity at a more affordable price, so definitely a good choice if you are in need of a 9V Alkaline battery.

The performance of the 9V Fujicell Alkaline batteries in our tests:

– 398 mAh at 0.05A load

– 2.954 Wh at 0.05A load

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