TD5A - 

RTD Sensor, Silicon, -40 °C, +150 °C, 2 kohm, TD Series

TD5A - RTD Sensor, Silicon, -40 °C, +150 °C, 2 kohm, TD Series

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The TD5A is a subminiature Temperature Sensor with three leads (The center is not connected). These sensors respond rapidly to the temperature changes. These are RTD (resistance temperature detector) sensors and provide 8Ω/°C sensitivity, with inherently near linear outputs. The sensing element is a silicon chip with a thin film resistive network pattern. The chips are individually laser trimmed to provide 2000Ω nominal resistance at 20°C room temperature.
  • Interchangeable without Sensor-to-sensor Recalibration
  • Very Small Thermal Mass for Fast Response
  • Air or Liquid Temperature Sensing
  • Linear Temperature Sensitivity
  • Proven Thin Film Processing Reliability
  • Low Cost
  • Long Term Stability


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