GP ALKALINE BATTERY 6V - 5 Pack - 476A - 4LR44


GP ALKALINE BATTERY 6V - 5 Pack - 476A - 4LR44

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Product Description

  • Description


  • Description : Alkaline High Voltage Battery

  • Nominal Voltage : 6Volts

  • Nominal Dimensions : 13.0mm × 25.2mm

  • Terminal : Nickel plated flat contacts - protruded red(+); recessed black (-)

  • Jacket : Metal jacket

  • Internal Connection : Pressure

  • Applications : Electronic toys, photos, cameras, etc. 

  • Average Weight : 10g

  • Date Code : Unless otherwise specified, each batteries will carry a numeric year code and analogue month code

  • Shelf Life : Not less than 90% of the service capacity within first year. , not less than 85% of the service capacity with third year storage at 22 ± 3 oC 40-80 %RH.

  • Insulation Resistance : 5MO min.

  • Close Circuit Voltage : 5.2 Volts (min.)(load resistor 400O at 22 ± 3 oC for 0.1 to 2 seconds)

  • Nominal Service Life : 125hrs (at 6kO load) (to 3.6V at 22 ± 3 oC)

  • Average Service Capacity : 105mAh(at 6kO load) (to 3.6V at 22 ± 3 oC)

  • Cross References:

  • GP IEC - Eveready - JIS - Duracell - Varta

  • PACK of 5

I have been using this pump all summer to keep my boat, lawn tractor and a whole bunch of other stuff filled up around here. I still use 5 gallon containers for their portability and even with 10 of those I'll have to fill them twice to get through the summer. This pump has been great for my needs. If you are sick and tired of having to hold a 5 gallon container of fuel in the air while attempting to get those funky nozzles to work, buy this pump.


I have two of these and found them really useful. No more spillled gas and pumps fast!

K. Fairfield

So far it’s working as well as I had hoped. Nothing is perfect when trying to transfer gas, but this does a very decent job. You need to make sure to lift the nozzle and hose up at the end of the fuel transfer to allow any residual fuel to run back into the tank or it will dribble out all over. It empties most of a five gallon gas can in a couple minutes without having to lift and hold the can up which is exactly what I wanted.

V. Thomas