Tests and reviews of different batteries to help you find the Right One…
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.
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
The 8.4V 280 mAh Fujicell NiMH batteries we are testing here are from the traditional type of rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride batteries and they come with a pretty high capacity for their type of 280 mAh, so we would be interested to see if they can actually deliver it. Fujicell rates these batteries as being capable of being recharged up to 1000 times, so they should be able to serve you for pretty long time considering that this type of batteries is often used for low power applications.
In order to test the capacity of the 8.4V 280 mAh Fujicell NiMH batteries we are using a constant current discharge rate of 0.05A (50 miliampers) and we have managed to get 285 mAh capacity before hitting the 7V cutoff voltage and that is actually a bit over manufacturer’s rating for this battery that is 280 mAh. So we cans ay that with this battery Fujicell has done a good job and they manage to deliver what they have promised as capacity, now if only the battery was also a low self discharge type NiMH, but nevertheless a good product from Fujicell.
The performance of the 8.4V 280 mAh Fujicell NiMH Batteries in our tests:
– 285 mAh at 0.05A load
– 2.486 Wh at 0.05A load