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  • Manufacturer: AMETHERM
  • Newark Part No.: 72J6846
  • Manufacturer Part No SL32 2R025

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  • Beta Value (K): -
  • No. of Pins: 2
  • Operating Temperature Max: -
  • Operating Temperature Min: -
  • Resistance: 2ohm
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Jun-2014)
  • Thermistor Case Style: Radial Leaded
  • Thermistor Tolerance: -15% to +15%
  • Thermistor Type: NTC

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  • 1,067 Further stock expected to ship on Jun 17, 2015
  • 991 Further stock expected to ship on Jun 23, 2015
  • Per the manufacturer, more stock expected week of 7/6/15

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P/N above replaced on Goldline Aquarite PCB. Now running but, Extremely hot. Current under 24VDC. Upgrade with ?
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In NTC the thermal conductivity will decrease with increasing temperature, You should check the requirement of Resistance and current of NTC for your circuit, this selected NTC might be drawing more current as you mentioned it is getting Heat-up, hence the current capacity of the device with respective to resistance should be changed.
(in your case resistance is 2ohm) and the max current it can withstand is 25A)
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