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Professional manufacturer of PTC & NTC thermistors, temperature sensor probe, Ceramic Capacitive Pressure Sensors Transducers
Professional manufacturer of PTC & NTC thermistors, temperature sensor probe, Ceramic Capacitive Pressure Sensors Transducers

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  #Metal   #Housing   #Threaded   #Fitting   #NTC   #thermistor   #temperature   #Probes  
Metal Housing Threaded Fitting NTC thermistor temperature probes consists of a thermistor mounted inside a threaded pipe plug. The temperature probes in this series are widely used for temperature sensing in pipe walls, vessel walls, and equipment casings.Ideal for tanks, vessel and pipe installation. Typical application water heater boilers, coffee maker, tea kettle, roaster, toaster, kitchen appliance, building automation systems,compact heat exchanger,closed loop pressurized system, water tank application, as well as other industrial application.
Metal Housing Threaded Fitting immersion liquid NTC thermistor temperature sensor features
Bolt-mount thermistor sensor.
Screw thread mounting sensor.
Available for chassis mounting.
Threaded hex head design affords greater resistance to shock and vibration.
Good thermal coupling through screw-type case.
Metal housings are available in brass or stainless steel or Aluminum material.
Available for a variety of thread sizes.
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#Thermistors   #Temperature   #Sensor   #Threaded   #Stainless   #Steel  
Threaded stainless steel tube thermistor temperature sensor probe for temperature measurement of liquid, water, air, etc. Ideal for vessel and pipe installation. Typical application coffee maker, tea kettle, water heater boilers, soybean milk cooking equipment, and other home appliance.
Threaded stainless steel NTC thermistor temperature sensor features
Immersion liquid probe.
Screw thread mounting sensor.
Threaded design affords greater resistance to shock and vibration.
Quick response.

NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.

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Application: Rivet NTC thermistor temperature probe is ideal for harsh environments, easily attached to flat surface, application such as induction cooker, coffee maker, milk warmer, water heater, heating board, dryers, etc.



NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.

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#Thermistors   #Temperature   #Sensor   #Flanged   #Stainless   #Steel  
Flanged stainless steel NTC thermistor temperature sensor with 2 mounting holes features
NTC thermistor housed in stainless steel sheath, with rectangle flange and 2 mounting holes.
2 mounting holes, together with O-ring sealing, for better sealing.



NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.

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#Thermistors   #Temperature   #Sensor   #Al   #Tube  
Aluminum tube thermistor temperature sensor probe assembly for coffee maker, cookie maker, bread maker, roaster, toaster and other food processing, especially for coffee maker heating tray, bake tray.

NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Probe Description
NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.

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#Thermistors   #Temperature   #Sensor   #Flared   #Stainless   #Steel  
Flared stainless steel tube thermistor temperature sensor probe, "bullet" style temperature probe for air, gas or liquid. Typical application coffee maker, tea kettle, water heater boilers, milk warmer, cooking equipment, and other home appliance.

NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Probe Description
NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.


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#Thermistors   #NTC   #Temperature   #Sensor   #Threaded   #Water   #Heater  
Hex head Screw threaded water heater boilers NTC thermistor temperature sensor features Immersion thermistor temperature sensor, can be placed directly in the water flow, in direct drinking water contact, to detect water temperature.


Application: thermistor temperature sensor probe for temperature measurement of liquid, water, air, etc. Typical application coffee maker, tea kettle, drinking water, water heater boilers, chiller system, water and oil tanks, consumer appliances,industrial appliances,solar heating systems,etc.
Hex head Screw threaded water heater boilers NTC thermistor temperature sensor features
Immersion thermistor temperature sensor, can be placed directly in the water flow, in direct drinking water contact, to detect water temperature.
Fast time response for water liquid immersion application.
Reduced thermal gradient, due to the use of small tip dimesion.
Hex head Screw threaded mounting sensor.
Rugged, resistant to heat shock and moisture.

NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Probe Description
NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.


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#PTC   #Thermistors   #Temperature   #Sensors   #Power   #Supply   #Overheating   #Protection  
PTC Thermistor Limit Temperature Sensors Protect Power Supplies Against Overheating and Thermal Damage
PTC thermistors prevent thermal destruction
PTC thermistor limit temperature sensors offer perfect protection against overheating and thermal damage.Most of the heat is generated by switching losses in the power semiconductors. It is dissipated via heat sinks or by forced cooling with fans. If heat transfer is restricted or impeded, for instance by fan failure or excessive ambient temperature, this can quickly lead to damage or destruction of the converter - and in extreme cases fire can even break out. A PTC thermistor makes it possible to intervene in operation of the power stage directly and with a measured response in the event of excess temperature. PTC (positive temperature coefficient) thermistors belong to the family of nonlinear resistors. At room temperature, the PTC thermistor has a relatively low resistance. As the temperature rises, this initially drops slightly and then rises steeply.This steep section of the R/T characteristic is used for temperature measurement.

R/T Curve of a PTC Thermistor
For Sensor applications, a nominal threshold temperature is defined in the steep section of the R/T curve; the characteristic is very narrowly specified near this section.
Simple but effective for direct monitoring of power supply temperature
This temperature characteristic can be used in a very simple circuit for direct monitoring of power supply temperature. For this purpose, the PTC thermistor is inserted in the control circuit of the power stage. In the example shown here, it is located in the base of the switching transistor. Good thermal coupling between thermistor and transistor is essential. If the temperature rises above a specific value, the thermistor's resistance increases very quickly and thus cuts off the base current to the transistor, which no longer switches. As soon as the module has cooled down sufficiently, the thermistor returns to its original low-resistance state. Thanks to this direct intervention by the PTC sensor in the control stage of the power semiconductor, elaborate control circuitry can be dispensed with, saving costs, time and space. This PTC thermistor circuit is completely maintenance-free, extremely reliable and subject to no cyclic limitations.
PTC Thermistor monitoring temperature in DC/DC converter

At excessive temperature, the resistance of PTC thermistor increases, cutting of the base current to the transistor.
All-rounders in temperature monitoring
PTC thermistor limit temperature sensor is available with nominal threshold temperatures from 60C to 130C, so the optimum can be selected for the application. Consideration must be given to the temperature stability of the semiconductor, the surrounding components, the circuit board material, and the desired operating life of the module. To ensure fast and reliable turnoff of the power output stage, a PTC thermistor is selected whose resistance is high before the module reaches its maximum operating temperature.
PTC thermistors are designed for optimum protection of electrical and electronic modules and equipment against excess temperature. More applications for limit temperature sensors based on PTC thermistors. Examples include air conditioning, heating control, small and domestic appliances, plus temperature protection of industrial motors.
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#Thermistors   #NTC   #Surface   #Temperature   #Probe  
Ring lug NTC thermistor surface temperature probes are designed for screw-in-place mounting. Most of these temperature probe housings are standard ring terminals or ring lugs with the thermistor potted in the barrel of the lug, popular for temperature measurement, control, and monitoring of small motors, heat exchangers, computer equipment, power electronics, semiconductor heat-sink temperature control, enclosure panels, industiral equipment, automotive equipment etc. They are also easily mounted in instruments where over temperature protection is required.
Ring lug terminal NTC thermistor surface temperature sensor features
Good thermal coupling through metal tag.
Thermistor housed in eyelet nickel plated copper material.
Metal contact surface yields fast temperature response.
PVC insulated leads.
Ring tag eyelets to fit screw mounting.

NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Probe Description
NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.


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#Thermistors   #NTC   #Temperature   #Sensor   #Copper  
Copper tube NTC Thermistor sensor assembly for temperature measurement in air conditioner for regulating the evaporator temperature, and other HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning) application.
Copper (brass) tube NTC thermistor temperature sensor probe features
Copper (brass) tube (pipe) case thermistor temperature sensor probe assembly.
PVC insulated wire.
Moisture resistant.
Small, quick temperature response.
High stability under temperature shock.



NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Probe Description
NTC Thermistor can be assembled in housing in a variety of configurations for temperature sensing, measurement, detection, indicator, monitoring and control. Thermistor temperature sensor probe assemblies can conveniently attach to or be an integral part of any system to monitor or control temperature.The choice of assembly is dependent on the application. The primary factors which determine the optimum configuration of a thermistor assembly are the operating environment, mounting, time response and minimum dissipation constant.
The two factors which do vary considerably with thermistor sensor probe assembly design are time constant and dissipation constant. The time constant will typically be of greater duration in encapsulated thermistors. This is, of course, due to additional mass surrounding the thermistor element; therefore, extending the thermal transfer time. Dissipation constant will also be greater in assemblies. The additional housing mass serves well as a heat sink. Greater power is therefore required to induce self-heating. Both time constant and dissipation constant will vary with the selected thermistor and housing. Heat transfer properties of the housing, thermistor location, mass and wire type determine these constants.
Applications for temperature sensing include air temperature sensors, surface temperature sensors and immersion temperature sensors. Housings for air temperature sensors are often simple, inexpensive devices such as molded plastic shells, deep- drawn brass or aluminum cylinders, or even stainless steel tubes. Surface temperature sensors are designed to match the contour of the surface to be sensed, whether it's flat, curved, or round. Mounting holes or clips are often used to simplify installation of the sensor. Immersion temperature sensors are designed so that the sensing element will be surrounded by the medium to be sensed, often times a liquid. The sensing portion will normally protrude through a hole or orifice while a portion of the assembly will remain outside the medium to allow for the signal to be read. Immersion housings are usually threaded to allow them to be screwed into a hole or opening. Immersion part requests to be liquid and humidity prevention.
The material used for the housing will be dependent upon the temperature range needed, response time, cost, and special considerations such as UL, FDA or NSF requirements in food and/or medical applications. Some of the materials available include stainless steel, copper, plastic, teflon, brass, aluminum, epoxy and heat shrinkable tubing.


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