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Amphenol Advanced Sensors C100F103J

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Amphenol Advanced Sensors Thermistor; 10; PCB Mount Mtg. Type; 1.5" Lead; Bare Tinned Copper
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Allied Stock#: 70012606


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Brand/Series: C100 Series
Coating: Epoxy
Diameter, Disc: 0.100 in. (Max.)
Diameter, Lead: 0.012 in.
Dissipation Constant: 1 mW⁄°C (Still Air)
Lead Material: Bare Tinned Copper
Length, Lead: 1.5 in.
Mounting Type: PCB
Package Type: Disc
Power Rating: 75 mW (Max.) @ +25°C
Resistance: 10 kilohms
Special Features: Fast Response
Temperature, Operating, Maximum: +150 °C
Temperature, Operating, Minimum: -50 °C
Termination: Radial Leads
Time Constant: 10 Sec.
Tolerance: ±5 %
Type: NTC


Bare Tinned Copper , 1.5 in. Lead Length, Epoxy Coated PCB Mount Chip Thermistors

Well suited for temperature measurement, control and compensation applications, low cost makes them ideal for high volume applications such as energy management systems, small appliance controls, automotive and industrial equipment controls. These units exhibit faster still air response times than comparable glass probe devices while maintaining a relatively high dissipation constant and are manufactured to closer resistance tolerances. Maximum Power Level: 0.075 watt at 25°C (derating to zero watt at 100°C). Dissipation Constant In Still Air: 1 mW/°C. Thermal Time Constant In Still Air: 10 sec. Although suitable for applications in the temperature range of -80°C to +150°C, best stability is achieved at temperatures not exceeding 105°C. Quantity price breaks are available. Contact your local Allied sales representative.
Suitable for temperature measurement, control and compensation.