MP-3176

Description: Our smallest thermistor with a 0.9 mm diameter sensor heat and 32 gauge wire. 5K ohms at 25 °C, for measuring from -60°C to +110 °C when used with the TC-720 series controllers or -40 °C to +70 °C when used with the TC-36-25 series controllers.  Thermistor can be mounted in a hole or on a surface. The wire leads can be extended with standard copper wire of any gauge recommended for the controllers (no special alloy necessary).

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Description: Our smallest thermistor with a 0.9 mm diameter sensor heat and 32 gauge wire. Resistance is 5K ohms at 25 °C and it offers a +/- 1°C tolerance from -40 to 75 °C. This temperature sensor has a measurement range of -60 °C to +110 °C when used with the TC-720 or TC-720 OEM temperature controllers. When used with the TC-36-25 series the measuring range is from -40 °C to +70 °C. Thermistor can be mounted in a hole or on a surface. The wire leads can be extended with standard copper wire of any gauge recommended for the controllers (no special alloy necessary).

This sensor has a small 0.9mm diameter, 6.35 mm long cylindrical head.  The resistance is 5K ohms at @ 25 °C (TS-141/ 5K-1 curve) and it offers a +/- 1°C tolerance from -40 to 75 °C.  This temperature sensor has a measurement range of -60 °C to +110 °C when used with the TC-720 or TC-720 OEM temperature controllers. It will provide a control range from -40 °C to +70 °C when used with the TC-36-25 RS232 or TC-36-25 RS485.   Thermistor can be mounted in a hole or on a surface. 

Wire is 32 gauge solid, overall length is 152 mm.  The wires have a thin varnish insulation (similar to magnet wire) and are not terminated.  Although delicate, these thin wires have an advantage in that they do not conduct much heat into the measurement head of the sensor, and they are easy to preheat or precool.  This helps ensure accurate temperature measurements. We do recommend that if you will be bending the wire leads against a sharp metallic edge (such as when exiting a sensor hole) the wires be protected with a thin layer of epoxy or heat shrink so the edge does not cut through the varnish and electrically short the sensor. Of course, you can radius to the sharp edge so it will not abrade the varnish.

Typically, a larger diameter wire is added to this thermistor to as an extension to increase the overall distance from controller to measurement point.  The wire leads can be extended with standard copper wire of any gauge recommended for the controllers (no special alloy necessary).  

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