VOLTMAX BATTERIESSuper Alkaline Batteries (9V)

It is the response of VOLTMAX BATTERIES to the power supply needs required by the latest generation electronic equipment.

Super Alkaline batteries V1604SA (9V)Technical specifications

More durable than carbon piles (2 times more) – Does not contain Mercury
  • Data sheet
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Voltmax code: V1604SA
System: Alkaline
ANSI / NEDA No: 1604A (9V)
IEC No: 6LR61
Approximate weight: 50 g (1.76 oz)
Approximate volume: 19.7 cm3 (1.2 in3)
Environment: 0% mercury added
Conservation: 5 years
Rated voltage: 9.0V
Opening voltage: 9.4 ~ 9.6 V

Blister: 1Unit

The Alkaline Battery has a long duration of 5 years.
After one year of storage at room temperature, the battery will provide more than 90 percent initial capacity. After five years of storage at 21 ° C (70 ° F), the battery can reach 80 percent of its initial capacity. *
– Storage at high temperatures and high humidity conditions may accelerate the chemical degradation of the battery. At low storage temperatures, chemical activity is retarded and its capacity will not be significantly affected.

The batteries depend on an internal chemical reaction to produce energy. Chemical reactions are accelerated by high temperatures and delayed by low temperatures. The recommended storage conditions are 10 ° C (50 ° F) at 25 ° C (77 ° F) with a relative humidity not greater than 65 percent. The cooling of alkaline batteries is not necessary because they have good holding capacity. Excessive temperature cycles and storage at temperatures above 25 ° C (77 ° F) should be avoided to maximize their duration. Alkaline batteries should be stored in a well-ventilated, covered area, preferably using relatively small, heat-resistant plastic containers. The airtight containers should not be sealed.
The following storage procedures are recommended to ensure the maximum power of the battery:
to. Rotation of stored inventory. Ensure your customer receives the latest possible product by maintaining a “first-in-first-out” inventory rotation technique
b. Avoid storage in high temperature areas. Ensure that batteries are stored away from radiators, hot air fans, motors, and equipment that generate heat. Do not store batteries near windows where the heat of sunlight can heat them.


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