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High Stability Thermistors
annawood   4/11/2014 2:40:51 AM
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As a special resistor, thermisor can vary its resistance more significantly with the temperature than standard resistors. We mainly provide NTC thermistors. These high performance NTC thermistors can work well with our TEC controllers, and TEC modules (TECs) to build a high stability low drift temperature control system.

The thermistor features high precision (+/-0.25C@25C), compact size, and glass coating, making them the best inter-changeable, sensitive, precise, and low drift temperature sensors for high performance applications.

These thermistors/sensors come in bare or lugged form, the former is used for specific point sensing and the latter is for easy mounting.

If you want to konw more information,see:http://www.analogti.com/thermo-system-components/high-stability-thermistors.html  



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