Thermistor Line Expands, Offering 17 Different Styles

Nov. 1, 2000
With the addition of the CornerCHIP NTC thermistor series, the company has expanded its T200 series thermistors to include 17 different styles. Components in the series have an epoxy coating with insulated leads and coating dimensions vary from 0.1"

With the addition of the CornerCHIP NTC thermistor series, the company has expanded its T200 series thermistors to include 17 different styles. Components in the series have an epoxy coating with insulated leads and coating dimensions vary from 0.1" to 0.055" with lead gauges from AWG 26 to AWG 38. The CornerCHIP NTC thermistors are claimed to be ideal for temperature measurement compensation, monitoring, and control applications within a temperature range of -50°C to 150°C. The series is available in sizes from 3" to 12" in industry-standard R/T curve characteristics and may be specified from a point-matched resistance tolerance of ±0.1°C from 0°C to 70°C. Pricing for a standard T200, interchangeable to ±0.2°C from 0°C to 70°C is $3 each/100. Delivery is from stock to six weeks ARO.

Company: CORNERSTONE SENSORS INC.

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