Monday, April 22, 2024

Critical Temperature Control Using NTC Thermistors

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Temperature control is required almost everywhere.

Littelfuse Inc., an industrial technology manufacturing company, introduces its standard supply of negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistor series with temperature sensor part selector. The NTC thermistors detect and measure heat (thermal energy) and convert it to electrical signals to monitor temperature for a broad range of applications.

The  series includes NTC thermistors along with the probes and probe assembly. The most common features are that they have hermetically sealed chips with glass encapsulation, epoxy-encapsulated lead wires and uniform dimensions. The features specific to  the  products include solder-coated metallization, Kynar-insulated epoxy-encapsulated lead wire, ring lug housing (for proxy assembly) and Metal Electrode Leadless Face (MELF) style glass encapsulation etc.

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The products are expected to provide long term reliability, stability and fast response, even under extreme heat and weather. The press release states that the product enhances precision and application flexibility along with cost effectiveness.

The series includes glass-encapsulated, MELF style glass-encapsulated, surface-mount end-banded, miniature leaded epoxy-coated and leaded epoxy-coated, uninsulated NTC thermistors.

Littelfuse, Inc is an American electronic manufacturing company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. The company primarily produces circuit protection products but also manufactures a variety of electronic switches and automotive sensors.

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