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Ametherm unveils PANR series of NTC thermistors

24 Oct 2013

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Ametherm has rolled out the PANR series of NTC thermistor probe assemblies that are designed to provide high-accuracy temperature sensing and measurement in HVAC systems, electric motors and transformers. Equipped with ring lug terminals for surface mounting, the PANR series offer isolation voltage of up to 4KV. Customers can choose from a range of housings and lead wire gauges and order quantities with lead times of four weeks.

Ametherm's NTC thermistors are manufactured from a specially formulated metal oxide ceramic material that is extremely accurate in sensing temperature. PANR probe assemblies utilise this same material in a variety of housings while offering ring lug terminals to enable easy and secure surface mounting in transformers, electric motors, air sensors, and HVAC systems.

Providing a high-stability replacement for PT100 thermocouples, PANR assemblies experience minimal drift from their initial electrical values. The devices feature resistance at 25°C from 0.5 to 250.0Ohms, beta from 3,500K to 4,500K, a dissipation constant of 3mW/°C, a thermal time constant of 40.0s, and maximum power of 125mW. The assemblies offer a mounting hole diameter of 4.4 mm.

Samples of the PANR series are available through Mouser Electronics within one week of request.




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