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AMPHENOL ADVANCED SENSORS  RL2004-582-97-D1  NTC THERMISTOR

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  • Beta Value (K): 3972K
  • No. of Pins: 2
  • Operating Temperature Max: 150°C
  • Operating Temperature Min: -50°C
  • Resistance: 1kohm
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Dec-2013)
  • Thermistor Case Style: Radial Leaded
  • Thermistor Tolerance: -2% to +2%
  • Thermistor Type: NTC

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Hi, Can you tell me if this thermistor is suitable for use in a submerged state within fuel/petrol,as i intend to use it to replace my broken thermistor inside my honda magna motorcycle low fuel sensor.
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As per supplier reply, This part RL2004-582-97-D1 is not suitable to direct submersion in fluid. It would need to be coated or housed inside a probe first.

For more details please refer to the below link:
http://www.ge-mcs.com/download/temperature/920-535A-LR.pdf
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