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Thermistors are temperature-sensing elements made of semiconductor material that has been sintered in order to display large changes in resistance in proportion to small changes in temperature.
This resistance can be measured by using a small and measured direct current, or dc, passed through the thermistor in order to measure the voltage drop produced. The manner in which the resistance decreases is related to a constant known in the electronics industry as beta, or ß. Beta is measured in °K.

Suitable for different application, from automotive to industrial and vending.



  • Epoxy resin
  • Resistance range: 0.1 - 500 K Ω
  • Small dimensions
  • Fast reacting


  • High precision in measurement
  • Long term and high stability
  • Temperature range: -40°C + 125°C
  • Available in standard SMT, THT, or with
    customized body and termination probes







 PTC Thermistors

PTC Thermistors are non-linear resistors, which alter their resistance characteristics with temperature.  The resistance of PTC will increse as the temperature increases.