Fender does not publish string tension info like D'Addario does. But the construction is similar, so you will be in the ballpark (give or take a pound or two) by comparing chromes tension in their tension guide.
That's one reason why I like the Fender 9050CL 45-60-80-105 set: very balanced in tension and feel, along with tone, economics, etc.
Another item often overlooked by those who play and recommend flats of various brands:
The outer wrap on a Fender E string is narrower side-to-side than the corresponding outer wrap on the A string, so that the E string retains more flexibility, and therefore more tone over time, than a lot of other flats.