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Energizer Industrial Batteries - 6V Lantern Battery - Case of 12 EN529

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Energizer Industrial Batteries - 6V Lantern Battery - Case of 12

Operate a multitude of devices with these long lasting 6V batteries manufactured by Energizer. They are alkaline based and made without using either mercury or cadmium. 6V Energizer Industrial Batteries operate within a temperature range of -18 degrees C to 55 degrees C (0 degrees F to 130 degrees F), and produce 9.0 volts. Use these batteries to operate various mobile electronic devices, wireless devices, remotes, and alarms. They should be replaced as part of a regular maintenance program, or as appropriate; store unused batteries in a dry location to prevent corrosion.

This product is tailored for use in shipyards, warehouses, retail outlets, grocery stores, shopping malls, manufacturing locations, processing plants, schools, office buildings, and homes.

Battery specifications:
Alkaline | 6.0 volts | ANSI-1604A | IEC-6LR61 | Zinc-Manganese Dioxide

Availability:
12/case
  • Model: BATT 1209
  • FLS






Energizer Industrial Batteries - 6V Lantern Battery - Case of 12 EN529

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