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SL22 2R515 - 

Thermistor, ICL NTC, 2.5 ohm, -20% to +20%, Radial Leaded, SL22 Series

SL22 2R515 - Thermistor, ICL NTC, 2.5 ohm, -20% to +20%, Radial Leaded, SL22 Series

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Manufacturer:
AMETHERM AMETHERM
Manufacturer Part No:
SL22 2R515
Newark Part No.:
72J6829
Product Range
SL22 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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SL22 Series
:
22mm
:
2.5ohm
:
UL
:
90J
:
15A
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Product Overview

The SL22 2R515 is a 2-pin NTC Thermistor, an effective way of limiting the inrush of current that can damage components in a switching power supply and other power devices when the equipment is turned on. This SL22 series inrush current limiters present an initial high resistance to electrical current and quickly heat up to a negligible resistance after the current flows through. This inrush current limiter can be used in circuits of up to 480VAC.
  • 94s Thermal time constant
  • 32.4mW/°C Dissipation constant

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