New DO-35 Thermistor with Wide Ohmic Resistance Range Available from Measurement Specialties
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New DO-35 Thermistor with Wide Ohmic Resistance Range Available from Measurement Specialties

NTC chip in hermetically-sealed DO-35 glass package offers high stability and reliability

Hampton, Va. December 2013 – Measurement Specialties (NASDAQ: MEAS), an expert in sensor design and manufacturing, now offers the DO-35 Series thermistor temperature sensor that provides accurate measurements across a wide resistance range of 5K Ohms to 200K Ohms at +25°C.  

The  economical, glass-packaged thermistor enables stable measurement in a wide range of extremely difficult environments, while protecting the ceramic sensing element for long-term reliability and high performance.

The NTC (negative temperature coefficient) chip is encased in a hermetically-sealed tube (DO-35 diode glass package) to reduce environmental stresses and prevent moisture ingress to the sensing element.  The new thermistor is ideal for use in many consumer electronics devices and air conditioning units as well as in PCB temperature sensing and low cost probe assemblies. 

Measurement Specialties’ DO-35 series features 24 AWG tin and nickel plated copper leads that operate over a temperature range of -40°C to +300°C.  The RoHs-compliant thermistor can also be PCB mounted. 

Technical Specifications:

Pricing and delivery for a DO-35 Series thermistor is dependent upon quantity ordered. 

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UPCOMING TRADESHOW:  AHR Expo; Booth # 153; Jan 21-23, 2014; New York, NY

READER SERVICE INQUIRIES:  Please direct all product inquiries to Bob Arkell, NA Marketing Manager;  Email Contact; 760-466-7614.

About Measurement Specialties: Measurement Specialties, Inc. (MEAS) designs and manufactures sensors and sensor-based systems to measure precise ranges of physical characteristics such as pressure, temperature, position, force, vibration, humidity and photo optics. MEAS uses multiple advanced technologies -- piezoresistive silicon, polymer and ceramic piezoelectric materials, application specific integrated circuits, micro-electromechanical systems ("MEMS"), foil strain gauges, electromagnetic force balance systems, fluid capacitive devices, linear and rotational variable differential transformers, anisotropic magneto-resistive devices, electromagnetic displacement sensors, hygroscopic capacitive structures, ultrasonic measurement systems, optical measurement systems, negative thermal coefficient ("NTC") ceramic sensors, 3-6 DOF (degree of freedom) force/torque structures, complex mechanical resonators, magnetic reed switches, high frequency multipoint scanning algorithms, and high precision submersible hydrostatic level -- to engineer sensors that operate precisely and cost effectively.


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