Axial Glass NTC Thermistor
Axial Glass NTC Thermistor Temperature Sensor is transition metal oxide material made semiconductor ceramic NTC Thermistor chip hermetically sealed in DO35 glass shell, with axial tinned Dumet wire, for temperature sensing measurement detection, indicator, monitoring, gauging, control, calibration and compensation upto 260C centigrade.
In household electronics temperature measurement, detection and control: such as air-conditioners, micro-wave ovens, electric fans, and electric heaters, electric cookers, induction cooker, hair driers, etc.
Temperature detection and compensation of automatic office equipment, such as copiers and printers.
In heating and air conditioning (HVAC): in heating cost distributors, for room temperature monitoring, in under-flooring heating and gas boilers, for determining exhaust gas or burner temperature, outdoor temperature sensor.
Industrial electronics: for temperature stabilization of laser diodes and photo-elements, for temperature compensation in copper coils or reference point compensation of thermo-elements, etc. Also for temperature measurement and compensation of meters, instruments, integrated circuits, quartz crystal oscillators and thermocouples.
In telecommunication: for temperature measurement, compensation and control and protection of mobile phones, battery pack and battery charger, etc.
Glass encapsulated package NTC thermistor can also be used in temperature measurement, monitoring, detection and control of medical equipment, food processing equipment, climate, etc.
Notes：□ in the part number for filling in resistance tolerance, optional for ±1%(F), ±2%(G), ±3%(H), or ±5%(J).
Minimum lead wire length tailored to shall be ≥8mm.
In lead wire bending, bending point shall be more than 2mm away from glass body part.
Mounting and Handling Recommendations
Excessive forces applied to a sensor may cause serious damage. To avoid this, the following recommendations should be adhered to:
- No perpendicular forces must be applied to the body
- During bending, the leads must be supported
- Bending close to the body must be done very carefully
- Axial forces to the body can influence the accuracy of the sensor and should be avoided
- These sensors can be mounted on a minimum pitch of >5 mm
Soldering and Welding
- Avoid any force on the body or leads during, or just after, soldering.
- Do not correct the position of an already soldered sensor by pushing, pulling or twisting the body.
- Prevent fast cooling after soldering.
- For hand soldering, where mounting is not on a printed-circuit board, the soldering temperature should be <300C the soldering time <3 s and the distance between body and soldering point >1.5 mm.
- For hand soldering, dip, wave or other bath soldering, mounted on a printed-circuit board, the
- soldering temperature should be <300C, the soldering time <5 s and the distance between body and soldering point >1.5 mm.
- The distance between the body and the welding point should be >0.5 mm. Care should be taken to ensure that welding current never passes through the sensor.