After getting fed up of having no standard definition for 'normal' tension strings, I decided to take a look at what info was available online, but comparing figures from memory didn't feel very meaningful. So I put together a chart comparing string tensions, sorted in order of increasing total tension. I hope it's useful.
I apologise if I've made any slip-ups with the arithmetic; I did re-check some of the figures, since it's interesting, for example, that Alabastro 'light' tension are ranked higher tension that either D'Addario EJ44 or La Bella 2001 'super high' tension.
Also, Hannabach quote tension measurements at the start of their catalogue which are then applied to all of the product lines (logical and precise German engineering, perhaps?).
The list is still fairly small, and I know there's no substitute for actually trying the strings out on your guitar to see if they work out or not, but hopefully this will be helpful for reference.
I do not use D'Addario strings, but since apparently a great many people do, I've put the quoted tension measurements for some of them as a vanilla marker.
I will add other brands and product lines when I get time.
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