|No.|| LR6(2B)FP (2-battery blister oversea)|
LR6(4B)FP (4-battery blister oversea)
LR6FP(2S) (2-battery sealing Japan)
LR6FP(4S) (4-battery sealing Japan)
LR6FP(2B) (2-battery blister Japan)
LR6FP(4B) (4-battery blister Japan)
LR6FP(8S) (8-battery sealing Japan)
LR6FP(12S) (12-battery sealing Japan)
LR6FP(20S) (20-battery sealing Japan)
|Release Date||June 2014|
|Manufacturer(s)||FDK Corporation (Subsidary company of Fujitsu)|
It is one of the Fujitsu-branded batteries that can be used in non-Tamiya-organized tournaments as well as Tamiya-organized Japan Cup.
Being the successor to the Premium G battery, Fujitsu has further improves the overall battery performance of the new Premium battery, with the stamina and discharge-rate being increased.
The Premium battery now has the anode material and nylon gasket in additions of triple-layered cathode can to prevent leakage of the battery. It is the only alkaline battery that has the anti-bacterial label. The battery has 10-years of shell life, the same as the Premium G battery.
Where Fujitsu's High Power and Long Life batteries were designed to have high discharge-rate and high stamina respectively, the Premium battery surpasses both batteries in stamina and discharge-rate.
Overall, it is powerful than the FDK-sourced and Tamiya-branded PowerChamp GT battery.
As it is a Alkaline battery, it is heavier than NeoChamp battery and is not cost effective due to being a non-rechargeable battery. However, in an unlikely event a competitor wants to use a TR-1 Chassis car in an Tamiya organized races, this battery must be used, as official regulations require TR-1 Chassis cars to use alkaline batteries instead of rechargeable ones.