Mini sensors

  • 16-Feb-2015 02:22 EST
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Vishay Intertechnology offers epoxy-coated mini sensors optimized for automotive temperature probes. Built on advanced negative temperature coefficient thermistor technology, AEC-Q200-qualified NTCLE213E3 sensors deliver response times lower than 5 s in air and feature a small body diameter of <2.5 mm (<0.1 in). Rugged to withstand thermal shocks, the devices provide accurate temperature sensing for automotive engine coolant temperature and temperature manifold absolute pressure sensors as well as HVAC systems. NTCLE213E3 sensors are available in bulk with 41-mm (1.6-in) tinned nickel leads or tape-on-reel for automatic mounting. The RoHS-compliant devices offer resistance of 25°C (77°F) from 2.1 to 100 kΩ, with tolerance down to ±1%. Sensors feature maximum power dissipation of 100 mW and operate over a temperature range of -55 to +150°C (-67 to +302°F). 

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