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Cat.No.R90E-14
POSISTORr
for Circuit Protection
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EU RoHS Compliant
s All the products in this catalog comply with EU RoHS.
s EU RoHS is "the European Directive 2011/65/EU on the Restriction of the Use
of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment."
s For more details, please refer to our website 'Murata's Approach for EU RoHS'
(http://www.murata.com/info/rohs.html).
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CONTENTS POSISTORr and "POSISTOR" in this catalog are
the trademarks of Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Part Numbering 2
Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr 5
Selection Guide 7
Application Matrix 8
Application Notes 9
Overcurrent Protection Chip Type 13
Chip Type Specifications and Test Methods 22
Overcurrent Protection Narrow Current Band 30V Series 25
Overcurrent Protection Narrow Current Band 51/60V Series 28
Overcurrent Protection Narrow Current Band 140V Series 33
Overcurrent Protection 16V Series 36
Overcurrent Protection 24/30/32V Series 39
Overcurrent Protection 56/80V Series 46
Overcurrent Protection 125/140V Series 51
Overcurrent Protection 250/265V Series 56
PTGL Series Narrow Current Band Specifications and Test Methods 64
PTGL Series Specifications and Test Methods 66
Inrush Current Suppression (Less than 100μF) 67
Inrush Current Suppression for High Capacitance (100μF or more) 68
Inrush Current Suppression Specifications and Test Methods 69
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type 70
Overheat Sensing Chip Type 71
Overheat Sensing Chip Type (Related Data) 72
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type (Reference Data) 73
Overheat Sensing Chip Type (Reference Data) 76
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type Specifications and Test Methods
78
Overheat Sensing Chip Type Specifications and Test Methods 81
Overheat Sensing Lead Type 82
Temperature Sensor Lead Type Specifications and Test Methods 86
!Caution/Notice 87
Chip Type PRG/PRF Series Package 99
Lead Type PTGL/PTF Series Package 100
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o Part Numbering
y
M
e
18
w
G
r
BB
t
470
u
B1
i
RB
PR
q
qProduct ID
wSeries
rTemperature Characteristics
yResistance Tolerance
uIndividual Specifications
PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Chip Type
PR PTC Thermistors Chip Type
M
Gfor Overcurrent Protection
BB
BC
Curie Point 100°C
Curie Point 90°C
±20%
Temperature Characteristics
B1
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code
Code
Code
Series
Resistance Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
tResistance
Expressed by three-digit alphanumerics. The unit is ohm (Ω). The
first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure
expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If
there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R." In
this case, all figures are significant digits.
4R7
470
471
Ex.
Ex.
4.7Ω
47Ω
470Ω
Code Resistance
Structure, others
eDimensions (LgW)
15
18
21
1.00g0.50mm
1.60g0.80mm
2.00g1.25mm
Code Dimensions (LgW)
0402
0603
0805
EIA
iPackaging
RA
RB
RC
RK
Packaging
Code
Embossed Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000 pcs.)
Paper Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000 pcs.)
Paper Taping (2mm Pitch) (10000 pcs.)
Embossed Taping (4mm Pitch) (3000 pcs.)
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y
Q
e
18
w
F
r
BB
t
471
u
B5
i
RB
PR
q
qProduct ID
wSeries
rTemperature Characteristics
yResistance Tolerance
uIndividual Specifications
PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Overheat Sensing Chip Type
PR PTC Thermistors Chip Type
Q
R
Ffor Overheat Sensing
AR
AS
BA
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
BG
Curie Point 120°C
Curie Point 130°C
Curie Point 110°C
Curie Point 100°C
Curie Point 90°C
Curie Point 80°C
Curie Point 70°C
Curie Point 60°C
Curie Point 50°C
Special Tolerance
Special Tolerance
Temperature Characteristics
B5
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code
Code
Code
Series
Resistance Tolerance
±5°C
±3°C
Sensing Temp. Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
tResistance
Expressed by three figures. The unit is ohm (Ω). The first and
second figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses
the number of zeros which follow the two figures.
471
Ex.
Ex.
470Ω
Code Resistance
Structure, others
eDimensions (LgW)
15
18
21
1.00g0.50mm
1.60g0.80mm
2.00g1.25mm
Code Dimensions (LgW)
0402
0603
0805
EIA
iPackaging
RA
RB
RC
Packaging
Code
Embossed Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000 pcs.)
Paper Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000 pcs.)
Paper Taping (2mm Pitch) (10000 pcs.)
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qProduct ID
eDimensions
yResistance Tolerance
uIndividual Specifications
PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr)
for Overcurrent Protection / for Inrush Current Suppression / for Overheat Sensing Lead Type
PT PTC Thermistors
H
K
M
N
Q
±25%
±10%
±20%
±30%
Special Tolerance
3P51
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code Resistance Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
tResistance
Expressed by three-digit alphanumerics. The unit is ohm (Ω). The
first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure
expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If
there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R." In
this case, all figures are significant digits.
R22
2R2
220
Ex.
Ex.
0.22Ω
2.2Ω
22Ω
Code Resistance
Lead Type, others
iPackaging
A*
B*
Packaging
Code
Ammo Pack
Bulk
wSeries
FL
FM
GL
for Overheat Sensing Lead Type
for Overheat Sensing with Lug-terminal
for Current Control (Over Current Protection ·
Inrush Current Suppression) Lead Type
Code Series
rTemperature Characteristics
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05
07
09
10
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20
AR
AS
BA
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
BG
BH
Curie Point 120°C
Curie Point 130°C
Curie Point 110°C
Curie Point 100°C
Curie Point 90°C
Curie Point 80°C
Curie Point 70°C
Curie Point 60°C
Curie Point 50°C
Curie Point 40°C
Temperature Characteristics
Code
Code
Dimensions
Nominal Body Diameter 4mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 5mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 7mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 9mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 10mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 12mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 13mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 14mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 16mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 18mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 20mm Series
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3P51
r
AR
w
GL
t
220
y
M
i
A0
PT
qe
07
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1. Resistance - Temperature Characteristics
POSISTORr has three main characteristics.
Although there is a negligible difference between the
normal and "Curie Point" temperature, POSISTORr
shows almost constant resistance-temperature
characteristics. Yet they have resistance-temperature
characteristics that cause resistance to sharply increase
when the temperature exceeds the Curie Point.
The Curie Point (C.P.) is defined as the temperature at
which the resistance value is twice the one at 25°C.
2. Current - Voltage Characteristics (Static Characteristic)
This shows the relation between applied voltage when
voltage applied to POSISTORr causes balancing of
inner heating and outer thermal dissipation and stabilized
current. This has both a maximum point of current and
constant output power.
3. Current - Time Characteristics (Dynamic Characteristic)
This shows the relation between current and time before
inner heating and outer thermal dissipation arrive at
equilibrium state. This features having large initial current
and abruptly continuous attenuating portion.
Resistance - Temperature Characteristic
cBasic Characteristics
Resistance Change Ratio, R/R25°C
105
104
103
102
10
1
0 50 100 150 200
Temperature (°C)
Current - Voltage Characteristic (Static Characteristic)
Current - Time Characteristic (Dynamic Characteristic)
Ta=25°C
10
10
10
1
3
2
2
0.1 1 10 10
Current (mA)
Voltage (V)
1.5
1.0
0.5
Current (A)
Time (sec.)
Ta=25°C
BD BC BB AR
Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr
C.P. (AR: 120°C)
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Technical Terms
Load Curve of Circuit and Voltage - Current Characteristics
of POSISTORr
1. Protective Threshold Current
The maximum current value is called the "Protective
Threshold Current" for Voltage vs. Current characteristics
(static).
When smaller than the protective threshold current flows
in POSISTORr, it reaches its stability (as shown in figure
on right) at the intersection (A) of the load curve (a) and
voltage-current characteristics of POSISTORr(c). And
POSISTORr works as a normal fixed resistor.
However, when larger than protective threshold current
flows, it stabilizes at the intersection (B) with the load
curve (b).
2. Protective Threshold Current Range
Protective threshold current varies depending on the
ambient temperature, resistance value, temperature
characteristics and shape. (see Figure on right) The
maximum value of trip current and the minimum value of
the hold current are in the range of ambient temperature
-10 to +60°C.
That is, when a current is smaller than the hold current,
POSISTORr works only as a fixed resistor. When larger
than the trip current flows, however, POSISTORr
protects the circuit from overload.
3. Operating Time
A period starting from the voltage input to the moment
current itself sharply attenuates is called "Operating
Time." Conventionally, operation time (t0) is determined
to be the period until inrush current (I0) decreases to a
level one half the original inrush current (I0/2).
ERL
Vp
I
I = E - Vp
RL
Load curve in normal state
(normal current)
Load curve in abnormal state
(abnormal current)
Voltage-current characteristics
of POSISTORr
a
b
c
c
a
b
Current (log)
A
B
E
Voltage (log)
Protective Threshold Current Range
1000
800
600
400
200
0-20 0 20 40 60
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Protective Threshold Current
Hold Current
Trip Current
Operating Current
I0
I0
2
Current (A)
Time (sec.)
t0
Operating Time
Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr
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What is the potential maximum
voltage applied to POSISTORr?
How much current flows in the
circuit at normal conditions?
How much current flows in the
circuit at abnormal conditions?
Line Voltage 140V Usual Current 200mA Abnormal Current 580mA
Part Number Max. Voltage
(V)
Hold
Current at +60°C
(mA)
Trip
Current at -10°C
(mA)
Max. Current
(A)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(ohm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
PTGL18AR4R7M6B72B0 125 360 900 1.7 4.7 ±20% 5.5
PTGL18AR3R3M6B72B0 125 420 1050 2.0 3.3 ±20% 5.5
PTGL07AR330M6A51B0 140 100 230 0.5 33 ±20% 6.0
PTGL09AR220M6C61B0 140 140 330 1.0 22 ±20% 6.0
PTGL10AR150M6C61B0 140 170 400 1.0 15 ±20% 6.0
PTGL12AR100M6C01B0 140 220 510 1.0 10 ±20% 6.0
PTGL13AR6R8M6C01B0 140 290 670 1.0 6.8 ±20% 6.0
PTGL16AR5R6M6C01B0
PTGL12AR100M6C01B0 is the best selection in this case.
140 340 780 2.0 5.6 ±20% 6.0
Body
Diameter (D)
(mm)
18.5
18.5
7.4
9.6
11.6
13.0
14.0
17.0
o Confirmation Items
o Example
o Selection Standards
Line Maximum voltage
V
voltage of POSISTORr
Abnormal Trip current of
U
current POSISTORr
Usual Hold current
V
current of POSISTORr
Selection Guide
Please confirm the parameters according to the following questions.
The best selection is the product that matches three parameters.
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Application Matrix
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AV equipment
Information equipment
Communications equipment
Car electronics
Home electronics
Household equipment
Power supply
Plasma TV
LCD TV
Projection TV
CATV
STB
Video camera
Digital camera
DVD recorder
Audio
Electric keyboard, Electronic music instrument
Digital mobile audio
MD/CD player
TV game
Portable game
Laptop
Desktop computer
Server
Printer
Scanner
LCD display
USB access device
HDD
CD/DVD-ROM/RAM
Copy machine
Electronic dictionary/databook
Electronic blackboard
Electronic automatic exchange
Transmission equipment
PBX
Cordless telephone
Fax machine
Modem
Cellular phone
Headset
Cellular phone base station
Intercom
Engine control ECU
Drive control ECU
Air bag
Anticollision radar
ABS/ESC
Instrument/display panel, Meter
Rechargeable battery for EV/HEV
Car air conditioner
HID/LED headlight, AFS
LED tail light
LED interior light
Retractable electric mirror
Door lock, trunk opener
Power seat
Shock absorber
VICS, ETC
Burglar alarm
Car navigation
Car audio
Refrigerator
Microwave, Oven
Electric rice-cooker
IH cooking device
Air conditioner
Fan heater
Cleaner
Clothes washer, cloth dryer
Ventilator
Hot-water pot
Illumination device
Massage chair, healthcare equipment
Hot water spray toilet seat
Electric power tool
Switching supply
Inverter power
AC adapter, battery charger
Overcurrent Protection Overheat Sensing
Chip type
PRF
Chip type
PRG
Lead type
PTGL
Lead type
PTFL, PTFM
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Series
Application
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Application Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25 °C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
Lead
Space
(mm)
Lead
Diameter
(mm)
More
Details
PTGL13AR100H8B72B0
PTGL12AR150H8B72B0
PTGL14AR180M9C01B0
PTGL09AR250H8B52B0
PTGL09AR390M9C61B0
PTGL07AR560M9B51A0
PTGL07AR820M9B51A0
PTGL07AS121M0N51A0
PTGL07AS181M0N51A0
For high
wattage power
supply
10 ±25% 14.0 6.0 7.5 0.60 page 57
15 ±25% 12.5 6.0 7.5 0.60 page 57
18 ±20% 15.7 6.5 10.0 0.65 page 57
25 ±25% 10.0 6.0 5.0 0.60 page 57
39 ±20% 10.0 6.5 6.5 0.65 page 56
56 ±20% 8.2 6.5 5.0 0.60 -
82 ±20% 8.2 6.5 5.0 0.60 -
120 ±20% 7.8 6.0 5.0 0.50 page 67
180 ±20% 7.8 6.0 5.0 0.50 page 67
For power supply
of electronic
fluorescent
ballasts
265
280
Please ask for details.
POSISTORr is an integrated solution to work as both
current limit resistor and overcurrent fuse. It works as a
stable resistor in normal operation and protects itself
against overcurrent situations.
(1) High wattage power supply (flat display panels etc.)
(2) Power supply for fluorescent lights
(3) Other switching power supplies
c Inrush Current Limit for Power Supply
POSISTORr Lead type: PTGL series
1. Applications
(1) Protection against overcurrent situations
(2) Automatic reset from protective trip mode
(3) Space-saving
(4) Various characteristics to meet a suitable resistance
value
2. Benefits
Choose an appropriate part number based on the
resistance value required to the inrush current limit.
Review the maximum voltage.
3. Recommended part numbers
Load
+
-
Load
POSISTORr
+
-
Application Notes
Replacement idea for a resistor and fuse solution
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Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Max.
Current
(A)
Trip Current
(at -10 °C)
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25 °C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(mm)
Thickness
(mm)
Lead
Diameter
(mm)
More
Details
PTGL07BB220N0B52A0 250 0.5 300 22 ±30% 8.0 6.0 0.6 page 56
Hold Current
(at +60 °C)
(mA)
90
Lead
Space
(mm)
5.0
PTGL09AR250H8B52B0 265 1.0 330 25 ±25% 10.0 6.0 0.6 page 57118 5.0
PTGL09AR390N0B52A0 250 0.6 280 39 ±30% 10.0 6.0 0.6 page 56100 5.0
Please ask for details.
POSISTORr is an efficient device to protect a telephone
line interface (SLIC: Subscriber-Loop-Interface-Circuit)
against AC line contact.
(1) Landline telephones or FAX machines
(2) Telephone interface of STB, VoIP equipment
(3) Any other equipment of communication facility having
a phone line interface
c Overcurrent Protection for Communication Facility
POSISTORr Lead type: PTGL series
1. Applications
(1) Automatic reset from protective trip up to 265V AC
line contact
(2) Compatible with the 600V over voltage test by
UL60950
(3) High resistance to the lighting surge (*A surge
absorber is still required to protect SLIC)
2. Benefits
Choose an appropriate part number based on the hold
current and on the resistance value required to the
operation current of SLIC.
3. Recommended part numbers
SLIC SLIC
POSISTORr
Ring
Tip
Ring
Tip
Application Notes
Replacement idea for a current fuse.
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Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Max.
Current
(A)
Hold Current
(at +60 °C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10 °C)
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25 °C)
(ohm)
Curie Point
(°C) *
More
Details
PRG21BC0R2MM1RA 6 10 500 2000 0.2 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC4R7MM1RA 30 5.0 100 400 4.7 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC6R8MM1RA 30 3.5 80 320 6.8 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC1R0MM1RA 12 10 220 850 1.0 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC2R2MM1RA 16 6.5 150 600 2.2 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC3R3MM1RA 20 6.0 120 480 3.3 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC0R6MM1RA 6 10 285 1100 0.6 ±20% 90 page 14
*Curie Point means the temperature at which the resistance value reaches twice the resistance at 25°C.
Please ask for details.
POSISTORr is an effective current limit solution based
on LED's allowable current and temperature
characteristics.
(1) LED lighting instruments
(2) LED backlight of flat displays
c Current Limiter for LED
Chip POSISTORr: PRG series
1. Applications
(1) Higher LED brightness versus a fixed resistor. LED
can work in the smaller series resistance with
POSISTORr at normal operation temperature. The
number of LEDs is possibly reduced.
(2) LED lifetime may be extended due to the current
limiting function of the POSISTORr in cases of
overheat or overcurrent situation.
(3) Small 0805 package allows the POSISTORr to be
placed close to the LED. It offers accurate detection of
ambient temperature near LED and increases
flexibility of packaging.
2. Benefits
Choose an appropriate part number having max. voltage
and resistance value. Review the protective threshold
current range based on the operating current and
temperature of the LED.
3. Recommended part numbers
IC
LED Driving Circuit LED Current
LED Current
Protected by
POSISTORr
Higher brightness vs.
a fixed resistor
Current Limit by
a fixed resistor
Allowable LED
Working Zone
Ambient Temp.
IC
LED Current
Allowable LED
Working Zone
Ambient Temp.
Application Notes
See below figures.
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Type Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Max.
Current
(A)
Hold Current
(at +60 °C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10 °C)
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25 °C)
(ohm)
Curie Point
(°C) *
More
Details
PTGL04AS100K2N51B0
PTGL04AS100K2B51B0
PTGL05AS3R9K2B51B0
PTGL07AS2R7K2B51B0
PTGL07AS1R8K2B51B0
PTGL09AS1R2K2B51B0
PTGL12AS0R8K2B51B0
PTGL04AS100K3B51B0
PTGL05AS6R8K3B51B0
PTGL07AS3R3K3B51B0
PTGL09AS2R2K3B51B0
PTGL12AS1R2K3B51B0
PTGL07AR220M3P51B0
PTGL07AR8R2M3P51B0
PTGL09AR150M3B51B0
PTGL10AR3R9M3P51B0
PTGL09AR4R7M3B51B0
PTGL10AR3R9M3B51B0
PTGL14AR3R3M3B71B0
SMD
type
Lead
type
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
51
51
51
51
51
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
1.5
2.0
3.5
4.5
5.0
6.0
7.0
1.0
1.5
3.0
4.0
5.0
1.0
1.0
1.2
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
122
167
269
336
420
556
685
168
197
307
412
592
90
130
150
210
270
300
380
240
330
530
663
829
1097
1352
332
388
606
814
1168
240
350
400
550
700
800
980
10 ±10%
10 ±10%
3.9 ±10%
2.7 ±10%
1.8 ±10%
1.2 ±10%
0.8 ±10%
10 ±10%
6.8 ±10%
3.3 ±10%
2.2 ±10%
1.2 ±10%
22 ±20%
8.2 ±20%
15 ±20%
3.9 ±20%
4.7 ±20%
3.9 ±20%
3.3 ±20%
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
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* Curie Point means the temperature at which the resistance value reaches twice the resistance at 25°C.
Please ask for details.
c Overheat/Overcurrent Protection for High Brightness LED
Leaded POSISTORr: PTGL series & Chip POSISTORr: PRG series
1. Applications
2. Benefits
Choose an appropriate part number having max. voltage
and resistance value. Review the protective threshold
current range based on the operating current and
temperature of the LED.
3. Recommended part numbers
a) Overcurrent
b) Overheat
Resistance up !!
Heat up by
overcurrent !
Resistance up !!
Heat up by
overheat situation !
Application Notes
POSISTORr is an effective solution to protect the LED against overheat and overcurrent situation.
(1) LED lighting instruments (Appliances, Automotive etc.)
(1) Posistor installed in series with LED provides both
overheat and overcurrent protection
(2) No additional driver IC or software required
(3) Automatic reset from protective trip mode
(4) 0603 and 0805 SMD type available (smaller than
1/2W or 1W chip resistor)
PRG21BC0R2MM1RA 6 10 500 2000 0.2 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC4R7MM1RA 30 5.0 100 400 4.7 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC6R8MM1RA 30 3.5 80 320 6.8 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC1R0MM1RA 12 10 220 850 1.0 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC2R2MM1RA 16 6.5 150 600 2.2 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC3R3MM1RA 20 6.0 120 480 3.3 ±20% 90 page 14
PRG21BC0R6MM1RA 6 10 285 1100 0.6 ±20% 90 page 14
POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection Chip Type
Overcurrent Protection device with resettable function
suitable for current limiting resistor.
This product is a chip type PTC thermistor for
overcurrent protection that is suitable for the
following.
· Countermeasure for short circuit testing
· Current limiting resistor
c Features
1. Rapid operation to protect the circuit in an
overcurrent condition abnormality such as a
short circuit.
By removing the overcurrent condition, these
products automatically return to the initial
condition and can be used repeatedly.
2. Suitable for countermeasure to short circuit test
in safety standard.
3. Stable resistance after operation due to ceramic
PTC.
4. Similar size (0603 size) is possible due to the
large capacity for electric power.
5. Possible to use these products as current
limiting resistors with overcurrent protection
functions
6. The SMD type's small size and light weight are
helpful in miniaturizing the circuit.
L
T
Part Number
LWT
Dimensions (mm)
eg
1.6±0.15 0.8±0.15 0.8±0.15 0.1 to 0.6
-
1.0±0.05 0.5±0.05 0.5±0.05
0.15 to 0.35
-
2.0±0.2
1.25±0.2 0.9±0.2
0.2 min.
0.5 min.
2.0±0.2
1.25±0.2 1.25±0.2
0.2 min.
0.5 min.
PRG15_RC
PRG18_RB
PRG21_RA
PRG21_RK
W
e eg
Chip Type 0402(1005) Size
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
PRG15BC330MM1RC 30 25 38 73 92 1200 33 ±20%
PRG15BC220MM1RC 16 28 43 90 113 1000 22 ±20%
PRG15BC180MM1RC 16 31 47 98 125 1200 18 ±20%
PRG15BC4R7MM1RC 9 60 91 172 216 2500 4.7 ±20%
PRG15BC3R3MM1RC 9 71 110 205 260 3500 3.3 ±20%
PRG15BC2R2MM1RC 6 88 134 252 318 3500 2.2 ±20%
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
This series is applied to refl ow soldering.
Chip Type 0603(1608) Size
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
PRG18BB471MB1RB 24 7 10 21 25 60 470 ±20%
PRG18BB221MB1RB 24 10 14 29 35 130 220 ±20%
PRG18BB101MB1RB 24 15 21 45 55 300 100 ±20%
PRG18BB470MB1RB 24 20 29 61 75 630 47 ±20%
PRG18BB330MB1RB 24 25 36 71 85 900 33 ±20%
PRG18BC6R8MM1RB 20 80 120 260 320 3500 6.8 ±20%
PRG18BC4R7MM1RB 20 100 155 330 400 5000 4.7 ±20%
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Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
PRG18BC3R3MM1RB 16 120 180 400 480 6000 3.3 ±20%
PRG18BC2R2MM1RB 12 150 220 500 600 6500 2.2 ±20%
PRG18BC1R0MM1RB 6 220 330 740 850 7500 1.0 ±20%
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
This series is applied to refl ow soldering.
This series is recognized by UL.
Chip Type 0805(2012) Size
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
PRG21BB220MB1RK 20 30 44 91 110 1100 22 ±20%
PRG21BB150MB1RK 20 40 59 116 140 1600 15 ±20%
PRG21BC6R8MM1RA 30 80 120 260 320 5500 6.8 ±20%
PRG21BC4R7MM1RA 30 100 155 330 400 8000 4.7 ±20%
PRG21BC3R3MM1RA 20 120 180 400 480 6000 3.3 ±20%
PRG21BC2R2MM1RA 16 150 220 500 600 6500 2.2 ±20%
PRG21BC1R0MM1RA 12 220 330 740 850 10000 1.0 ±20%
PRG21BC0R6MM1RA 6 285 420 920 1100 10000 0.6 ±20%
PRG21BC0R2MM1RA 6 500 750 1620 2000 10000 0.2 ±20%
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
This series is applied to refl ow soldering.
This series is recognized by UL.
a
c
Solder resist
(in mm)
b
Land
Chip
Part Number Soldering
Methods Chip (LgW) a
Dimensions (mm)
bc
1.6g0.8
Reflow Soldering
Reflow Soldering
0.6-0.8 0.6-0.7 0.6-0.8
1.0g0.5
Reflow Soldering 0.5 0.4-0.5 0.5
2.0g1.25 1.0-1.2 0.5-0.7 1.0-1.2
PRG15
PRG18
PRG21
c Standard Land Pattern Dimensions
Current (mA)
–20
20
10
Ambient Temperature (°C)
–10 10 30 50 700 204060
40
30
100
60
80
50
70
90
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PRG15BC330MM1RC
Current (mA)
–20
40
20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
–10 10 30 50 700 204060
80
60
120
100
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG15BC220MM1RC
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Current (mA)
–20
40
20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
–10 10 30 50 700 204060
80
60
140
100
120
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PRG15BC180MM1RC
Current (mA)
–20
100
50
Ambient Temperature (°C)
–10 10 30 50 700 204060
200
150
250
0
Protective threshold current
Trip current
Hold current
PRG15BC4R7MM1RC
Current (mA)
–20
100
50
Ambient Temperature (°C)
–10 10 30 50 700 204060
200
150
300
250
0
Protective threshold current
Trip current
Hold current
PRG15BC3R3MM1RC
Current (mA)
–20
100
50
Ambient Temperature (°C)
–10 10 30 50 700 204060
200
150
350
250
300
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG15BC2R2MM1RC
40
30
20
10
100 102030405060
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18BB471MB1RB
60
40
20
100 102030405060
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18BB221MB1RB
80
60
40
20
100 102030405060
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18BB101MB1RB
100
80
60
40
20
100 102030405060
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18BB470MB1RB
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100
80
60
40
20
–10 0 10 20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
30 40 50 60
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PRG18BB330MB1RB
Current (mA)
–10
Ambient Temperature (°C)
01020 4030 50 60
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Protective threshold current
Hold current
Trip current
PRG18/21BC6R8M Type
Current (mA)
–10
Ambient Temperature (°C)
01020 4030 50 60
450
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Protective threshold current
Hold current
Trip current
PRG18/21BC4R7M Type
100 102030405060
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18/21BC3R3M Type
100 102030405060
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18/21BC2R2M Type
100 102030405060
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
PRG18/21BC1R0M Type
Current (mA)
–10
40
Ambient Temperature (°C)
01020 4030 50 60
20
60
80
100
120
140
160
0
Protective threshold current range
Hold current
Trip current
PRG21BB220MB1RK
Current (mA)
–10
40
Ambient Temperature (°C)
01020 4030 50 60
20
60
80
100
120
140
160
0
Protective threshold current range
Hold current
Trip current
PRG21BB150MB1RK
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100 102030405060
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PRG21BC0R6MM1RA
Current (A)
–10
Ambient Temperature (°C)
01020 4030 50 60
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
Protective threshold current
Hold current
Trip current
PRG21BC0R2MM1RA
1
0.1
0.01
0.00110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG15BC330MM1RC
1
0.1
0.01
0.00110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PRG15BC220MM1RC
1
0.1
0.01
0.00110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PRG15BC180MM1RC
0.0001
0.001
0.01
0.1
1
100 1000 10000
Current (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PRG15BC4R7MM1RC
0.0001
0.001
0.01
0.1
1
100 1000 10000
Current (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PRG15BC3R3MM1RC
0.0001
0.001
0.01
0.1
1
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PRG15BC2R2MM1RC
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Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 20406080100
0
5
10
15
20
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG18BB471MB1RB
Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 20406080100
0
5
10
15
20
PRG18BB221MB1RB
Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 100 200 300
0
20
15
10
5
PRG18BB101MB1RB
Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 100 200 300
0
20
15
10
5
PRG18BB470MB1RB
Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 100 200 300 400 500
0
20
15
10
5
PRG18BB330MB1RB
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 200 400 600 800 1000
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG18BC6R8MM1RB
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+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 200 400 600 800 1000
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG18BC4R7MM1RB
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 500 1000 1500
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG18BC3R3MM1RB
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 500 1000 1500
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG18BC2R2MM1RB
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 1000 2000 3000500 1500 2500
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG18BC1R0MM1RB
Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 100 200 300 400 500
0
20
15
10
5
PRG21BB220MB1RK
Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 100 200 300 400 500
0
20
15
10
5
PRG21BB150MB1RK
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W60°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
Y10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 200 400 600 800 1000
10
8
6
4
2
0
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG21BC6R8MM1RA
W60°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
Y10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 200 400 600 800 1000
10
8
6
4
2
0
PRG21BC4R7MM1RA
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 500 1000 1500
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG21BC3R3MM1RA
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 500 1000 1500
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG21BC2R2MM1RA
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 500 1000 1500 25002000 3000
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG21BC1R0MM1RA
+60°C
+25°C Ambient Temp.
–10°C
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
0 500 1000 1500 25002000 3000
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
PRG21BC0R6MM1RA
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Y10°C
W25°C Ambient Temp.
W60°C
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
012345678910
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG21BC0R2MM1RA
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Chip Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA (DC0.1V), after storage in 25±2°C for 2 hrs.
*2: Above mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
s'LASS%POXY0#BOARD s3TANDARDLANDDIMENSION
s3TANDARDSOLDERPASTE s3TANDARDSOLDERPROFILE
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
7ECANNOTGUARANTEETHERESISTANCECHANGEIN4HERMAL3HOCKINCASEOFDEFECTIVEMOUNTING
(Note)
.O(IGH4EMPERATURE,OADISBASEDON'LASS%POXY0#BOARDWHICHTHERMALDISSIPATIONCOEFFICIENTOFAMOUNTINGSTATEISM7#
)NOTHERCONDITIONOFM7#(IGH4EMPERATURE,OADCHARACTERISTICSMAYCHANGE
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
s3OLDERED04#TO0#"
s#
s!PPLIEDMAXVOLTAGE
sHRS
11 High Temperature Load
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
[Test Na]
s3OLDERED04#TO0#"
s4RANSPORTTIMESEC
s4ESTCONDITION3EEBELOWTABLE
s4ESTCYCLECYCLES
10 Thermal Shock *3
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
s3OLDERED04#TO0#"
s#2(
sHRS
9 Damp Heat, Steady State
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
s3OLDERED04#TO0#"
s#
sHRS
8 Low Temperature Storage
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
s3OLDERED04#TO0#"
s#
sHRS
7 High Temperature Storage
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
[Reflow method]
s3OLDER3N!G#U
s0REHEATTO#S
s0EAKTEMP#
s3OLDERINGTIME#TOS
s2EFLOWCYCLETIME
s4ESTBOARD'RASS%POXYTESTBOARD&2WITHOURSTANDARD
land size *2
6 Resistance to Soldering Heat
s2ESISTANCE2CHANGE,ESSTHAN
s!PPEARANCE.ODEFECTSORABNORMALITIES
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
s3OLDER3N!G#U
s3OLDERTEMP#
s)MMERSIONTIMES
5 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U
2EFERENCESTANDARD)%#
s3OLDERED04#TO0#"
s&REQUENCYRANGETO(Z
s!MPLITUDEMM
s3WEEPRATEOCTAVEMIN
s$IRECTION89:DIRECTION
sCYCLESINEACHAXIS
4 Vibration s2ESISTANCE2CHANGE,ESSTHAN
s!PPEARANCE.ODEFECTSORABNORMALITIES
4HEVOLTAGEWHICHRISESGRADUALLYTOOFTHEMAXVOLTAGE
APPLIESTOTHE0OSISTORrFORSECAT#
!PROTECTIVERESISTORISTOBECONNECTEDINSERIESANDTHE
INRUSHCURRENTTHROUGH0OSISTORrMUSTBELIMITEDBELOWMAX
rated value.)
3 Withstanding Voltage Without damage
It is measured by below flow.
!PPLIEDMAXVOLTAGEFORMIN
3TORAGEHRSINROOMTEMPERATURE
3) Measured by four-terminal method
with less than 1mA (DC0.1V).
2 Resistance Value at 25°C 7ITHINTHESPECIFIEDRANGE
4EMPERATURERANGETHATPERMITTOAPPLYMAXVOLTAGETOTHE
0OSISTORr.
1 Operating Temp. Range TO#
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
Step Condition (°C)
-20±3

Time (min.)
30
30
1
2
c PRG15 Series
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• This catalog has only typical specifi cations. Therefore, please approve our product specifi cations or transact the approval sheet for product specifi cations before ordering.
1
Chip Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +60±2°C
· Applied voltage: See below table
· 500+24/-0 hrs.
12 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 5 cycles
11 Thermal Shock
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +40±2°C, 90±5%RH
· 500+24/-0 hrs
10 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· -10±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
9 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +60±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
8 High Temperature Storage
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
[Reflow method]
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Preheat: +150 to +180°C, 120+/-5s
· Peak temp: 260+/-5°C
· Soldering time: U220°C, 60 to 90s
· Reflow cycle: 1 time
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4)
with our standard land size
7 Resistance to Soldering Heat · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
6 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U75%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-6 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Frequency range: 10 to 55Hz
· Amplitude: 1.5mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 24 cycles in each axis
5 Vibration · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
*: The resistance value after the test. It is measured by applying voltage less than DC1.5V (by a direct current less than 10mA) after left at 25±2°C for 2hrs.
**: Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side.
· Glass-Epoxy PC board · Standard solder paste
· Standard land dimension · Standard solder profile
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
ConditionStep
-20±3°C
+85±2°C
Time
30min.
30min.
1
2
VoltageStep
Max. voltage
OFF
Time
1.5hrs.
0.5hrs.
1
2
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (2006)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Force: 5.0N
· Test time: 10 sec.
4 Adhesive Strength There is no sign of exfoliation on electrode.
We apply 120% of the maximum operating voltage to PTC by
raising gradually for 180±5 secs. at 25°C. (A protective resistor
is to be connected in series, and the inrush current through
PTC must be limited below maximum rated value.)
3 Withstanding Voltage Without damage
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 mins. and
leaving for 2 hours in 25°C, measured by applying voltage less
than DC1.5V. (by a direct current less than 10mA)
2Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range
Temperature range with maximum voltage applied to PTC.
1Operating Temp. -10 to 60°C
No. Metheod of ExaminationRating ValueItem
c PRG18/21BB Series
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• This catalog has only typical specifi cations. Therefore, please approve our product specifi cations or transact the approval sheet for product specifi cations before ordering.
1
Chip Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +60±2°C
· Applied voltage: See below table
· 500+24/-0 hrs.
12 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 5 cycles
11 Thermal Shock
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +60±2°C, 90±5%RH
· 500+24/-0 hrs
10 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· -10±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
9 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +60±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
8 High Temperature Storage
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
[Reflow method]
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Preheat: +150 to +180°C, 120+/-5s
· Peak temp: 260+/-5°C
· Soldering time: U220°C, 60 to 90s
· Reflow cycle: 1 time
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4)
with our standard land size
7 Resistance to Soldering Heat · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
6 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U75%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-6 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Frequency range: 10 to 55Hz
· Amplitude: 1.5mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 24 cycles in each axis
5 Vibration · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
*: The resistance value after the test. It is measured by applying voltage less than DC1.5V (by a direct current less than 10mA) after left at 25±2°C for 2hrs.
**: Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side.
· Glass-Epoxy PC board · Standard solder paste
· Standard land dimension · Standard solder profile
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
ConditionStep
-20±3°C
+85±2°C
Time
30min.
30min.
1
2
VoltageStep
Max. voltage
OFF
Time
1.5hrs.
0.5hrs.
1
2
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (2006)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Force: 5.0N
· Test time: 10 sec.
4 Adhesive Strength There is no sign of exfoliation on electrode.
We apply 120% of the maximum operating voltage to PTC by
raising gradually for 180±5 secs. at 25°C. (A protective resistor
is to be connected in series, and the inrush current through
PTC must be limited below maximum rated value.)
3 Withstanding Voltage Without damage
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 mins. and
leaving for 2 hours in 25°C, measured by applying voltage less
than DC1.5V. (by a direct current less than 10mA)
2Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range
Temperature range with maximum voltage applied to PTC.
1Operating Temp. -10 to 60°C
No. Metheod of ExaminationRating ValueItem
c PRG18/21BC Series
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• This catalog has only typical specifi cations. Therefore, please approve our product specifi cations or transact the approval sheet for product specifi cations before ordering.
1
POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection Narrow Current Band 30V Series
This product is a leaded type PTC thermistor
for overcurrent protection which is suitable for
a current limiting resistor.
c Features
1. Small fl uctuation in the circuit due to resistance
tolerance +/-10%
2. Narrow current range (less than twice) between
operating and non-operating current at -10 to
60 degrees C.
3. Quick operating time due to small size compared
with conventional products.
4. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free operations
are assured by rush current.
5. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
6. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
7. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
H max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Height
(H)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL04AS100K2N51B0 30 122 154 205 240 1.5 10 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL04AS100K2B51B0 30 167 212 282 330 2.0 10 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL05AS3R9K2B51B0 30 269 340 452 530 3.5 3.9 ±10% 5.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AS2R7K2B51B0 30 336 425 565 663 4.5 2.7 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AS1R8K2B51B0 30 420 532 708 829 5.0 1.8 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AS1R2K2B51B0 30 556 704 936 1097 6.0 1.2 ±10% 9.3 3.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AS0R8K2B51B0 30 685 867 1153 1352 7.0 0.8 ±10% 11.5 3.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
30V Series is recognized by UL.
Taping type is also available. Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
280
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PTGL04AS100K2N51B0
0
100
200
300
400
Current (mA)
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Trip current
Hold current
current
Protective threshold
PTGL04AS100K2B51B0
Continued on the following page.
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• This catalog has only typical specifi cations. Therefore, please approve our product specifi cations or transact the approval sheet for product specifi cations before ordering.
2
Continued from the preceding page.
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PTGL05AS3R9K2B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL07AS2R7K2B51B0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL07AS1R8K2B51B0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL09AS1R2K2B51B0
0
400
800
1200
1600
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL12AS0R8K2B51B0
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PTGL04AS100K2N51B0
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL04AS100K2B51B0
Continued on the following page.
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• This catalog has only typical specifi cations. Therefore, please approve our product specifi cations or transact the approval sheet for product specifi cations before ordering.
2
Continued from the preceding page.
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PTGL05AS3R9K2B51B0
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL07AS2R7K2B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL07AS1R8K2B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL09AS1R2K2B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient Temp.
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
PTGL12AS0R8K2B51B0
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2
POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection Narrow Current Band 51/60V Series
This product is a leaded type PTC thermistor
for overcurrent protection which is suitable for
a current limiting resistor.
c Features
1. Small fl uctuation in the circuit due to resistance
tolerance +/-10%
2. Narrow current range (less than twice) between
operating and non-operating current at -10 to
60 degrees C.
3. Quick operating time due to small size compared
with conventional products.
4. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free operations
are assured by rush current.
5. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
6. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
7. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
H max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Height
(H)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL04AS100K3B51B0 51 168 213 283 332 1.0 10 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL05AS6R8K3B51B0 51 197 249 331 388 1.5 6.8 ±10% 5.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AS3R3K3B51B0 51 307 389 517 606 3.0 3.3 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AS2R2K3B51B0 51 412 522 694 814 4.0 2.2 ±10% 9.3 3.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AS1R2K3B51B0 51 592 749 996 1168 5.0 1.2 ±10% 11.5 3.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL04AS220K4N51B0 60 88 112 149 175 1.0 22 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL04AS220K4B51B0 60 115 145 193 226 1.0 22 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL05AS100K4B51B0 60 170 215 286 335 1.5 10 ±10% 5.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AS5R6K4N51B0 60 186 236 314 368 2.2 5.6 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.5
PTGL07AS5R6K4B51B0 60 229 290 386 452 3.0 5.6 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AS3R3K4B51B0 60 333 421 560 656 4.0 3.3 ±10% 9.3 3.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AS2R2K4B51B0 60 439 556 739 867 5.0 2.2 ±10% 11.5 3.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
51/60V Series are recognized by UL.
Taping type is also available. Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
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0
100
200
300
400
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (51V Series)
PTGL04AS100K3B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL05AS6R8K3B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL07AS3R3K3B51B0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL09AS2R2K3B51B0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL12AS1R2K3B51B0
0
40
80
120
160
200
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (60V Series)
PTGL04AS220K4N51B0
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL04AS220K4B51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
0
100
200
300
400
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (60V Series)
PTGL05AS100K4B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL07AS5R6K4N51B0
0
100
200
300
400
500
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL07AS5R6K4B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL09AS3R3K4B51B0
0
200
400
600
800
1000
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL12AS2R2K4B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time 51V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL04AS100K3B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL05AS6R8K3B51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time 51V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07AS3R3K3B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL09AS2R2K3B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient Temp.
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
PTGL12AS1R2K3B51B0
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
0.01 0.1 1
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time 60V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL04AS220K4N51B0
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL04AS220K4B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL05AS100K4B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL07AS5R6K4N51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time 60V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07AS5R6K4B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL09AS3R3K4B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL12AS2R2K4B51B0
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection Narrow Current Band 140V Series
This product is a leaded type PTC thermistor
for overcurrent protection which is suitable for
a current limiting resistor.
c Features
1. Small fl uctuation in the circuit due to resistance
tolerance +/-10%
2. Narrow current range (less than twice) between
operating and non-operating current at -10 to
60 degrees C.
3. Quick operating time due to small size compared
with conventional products.
4. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free operations
are assured by rush current.
5. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
6. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
7. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
H max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Height
(H)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL04AS560K6B51B0 140 74 94 125 147 0.5 56 ±10% 4.5 4.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL05AS270K6B51B0 140 106 134 178 209 1.0 27 ±10% 5.5 4.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AS150K6B51B0 140 148 187 249 292 1.5 15 ±10% 7.3 4.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AS120K6B51B0 140 192 244 324 380 2.0 12 ±10% 9.3 4.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AS7R6K6B51B0 140 227 287 382 447 2.2 7.6 ±10% 9.3 4.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AS4R7K6B51B0 140 310 393 523 613 3.5 4.7 ±10% 11.5 4.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
140V Series is recognized by UL.
Taping type is also available. Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
0
40
80
120
160
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PTGL04AS560K6B51B0
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL05AS270K6B51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
0
100
200
300
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Protective threshold
current
Hold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range
PTGL07AS150K6B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL09AS120K6B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
500
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL09AS7R6K6B51B0
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
-20 0 20 40 60 80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL12AS4R7K6B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.01 0.1 1
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient Temp.
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PTGL04AS560K6B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL05AS270K6B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C Ambient Temp.
85°C
PTGL07AS150K6B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient Temp.
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
PTGL09AS120K6B51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
c Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PTGL09AS7R6K6B51B0
0.1
1
10
100
0.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
- 30°C
- 10°C
25°C
60°C
85°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL12AS4R7K6B51B0
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection 16V Series
This low-voltage, low-resistance type "POSISTOR" is
a circuit protector whose resistance value in normal
operation is very low and in abnormal situations like
motor lock or short circuit, will be increased to
restrain overcurrent. This "POSISTOR" is most
suitable for low-voltage circuits.
c Features
1. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free operation
is assured by rush current.
2. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
3. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
4. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration and
shock because it is a solid element.
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
H max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Height
(H)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL05AR1R0M1B51B0
16 370 470 880 1040 2.0 1.0 ±20% 6.0 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL06AR0R8M1B51B0
16 400 505 955 1120 3.0 0.8 ±20% 6.5 3.5 10.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07ARR47M1B51B0
16 560 705 1310 1570 5.0 0.47 ±20% 7.5 3.5 12.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09ARR33M1B51B0
16 680 875 1625 1900 7.0 0.33 ±20% 9.0 3.5 14.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL10ARR27M1B51B0
16 800 1025 1900 2250 8.0 0.27 ±20% 10.1 3.5 15.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AR0R2M1B51B0
16 1000 1300 2410 2800 9.0 0.2 ±20% 11.3 3.5 16.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL14ARR15M1B51B0
16 1200 1545 2855 3360 10 0.15 ±20% 13.5 3.5 18.5 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
Taping type is also available(except PTGL14ARR15M1B51B0). Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20-100 1020304050607080
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (16V Series)
PTGL05AR1R0M1B51B0
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20-100 1020304050607080
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL06AR0R8M1B51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
Protective threshold
current
Trip current
Hold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (16V Series)
PTGL07ARR47M1B51B0
2600
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20-100 1020304050607080
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL09ARR33M1B51B0
3000
2800
2600
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20-100 1020304050607080
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL10ARR27M1B51B0
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20-100 1020304050607080
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL12AR0R2M1B51B0
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-20-10 0 1020304050607080
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold
current
PTGL14ARR15M1B51B0
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
c Operating Time 16V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL05AR1R0M1B51B0
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL06AR0R8M1B51B0
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100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
c Operating Time 16V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07ARR47M1B51B0
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL09ARR33M1B51B0
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL10ARR27M1B51B0
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL12AR0R2M1B51B0
100.0
10.0
1.0
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL14ARR15M1B51B0
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection 24/30/32V Series
The safety resistor "POSISTOR" is most suited to meet
the requirements of the safety standard short-circuit tests
such as IEC, VDE, BS, UL, CSA, etc., worldwide.
c Features
1. Best suited to meet the requirements of the short-
circuit test. Quick response compared with current
fuse and resistor and error-free operation are
assured.
2. Small size save board space. Capable of being
mounted anywhere because replacement is not
required.
3. Actuates by excessive current during the short-
circuit test to restrain abnormal heat generation
in other circuit components and printed boards.
This state will be maintained until the abnormal
state is removed or power is turned off to reset
the "POSISTOR" to the original state. Surface
temperature of "POSISTOR" is kept low, below a
certain value, during the actuation.
4. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
D max.
4.0±1.5 6.0 max.
F±1.5 (in mm)
T max.
ød
±0.05
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL07BD100N2B51B0 24 80 124 251 320 2.0 10 ±30% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07BD6R8N2B51B0 24 90 139 296 370 2.0 6.8 ±30% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09BD4R7N2B51B0 24 120 216 398 500 2.0 4.7 ±30% 9.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09BD3R3N2B51B0 24 140 248 461 580 2.0 3.3 ±30% 9.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09BD2R2N2B51B0 24 180 326 431 710 2.0 2.2 ±30% 9.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL04AR130H2B51B0 30 145 180 350 400 0.7 13 ±25% 5.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AR4R6H2B51B0 30 250 340 610 700 2.0 4.6 ±25% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AR1R8H2B51B0 30 410 510 970 1120 3.0 1.8 ±25% 9.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AR1R2H2B51B0 30 520 645 1225 1420 4.3 1.2 ±25% 12.0 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL13AR0R8H2B71B0 30 680 870 1600 1900 5.5 0.8 ±25% 13.5 4.0 7.5 0.6
PTGL07BD470N3B51B0 32 30 55 115 140 1.5 47 ±30% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07BD330N3B51B0 32 40 60 135 170 1.5 33 ±30% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07BD220N3B51B0 32 45 75 160 200 1.5 22 ±30% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07BD150N3B51B0 32 60 100 195 240 1.5 15 ±30% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
24/30/32V Series are recognized by UL (except PTGL13AR0R8H2B71B0).
Only PTGL_51B0 series are available in taping type (except PTGL12AR1R2H2B51B0). Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
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Current (mA)
200
20
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (24V Series)
PTGL07BD100N2B51B0
Current (mA)
200
20
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL07BD6R8N2B51B0
Current (mA)
200
20
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL09BD4R7N2B51B0
Current (mA)
200
20
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL09BD3R3N2B51B0
Current (mA)
500
20
1000
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
1500
PTGL09BD2R2N2B51B0
Current (mA)
200
20
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
600
c Protective Threshold Current Range (30V Series)
PTGL04AR130H2B51B0
Current (mA)
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
200
PTGL07AR4R6H2B51B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
Current (mA)
500
20
1000
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
1500
c Protective Threshold Current Range (30V Series)
PTGL09AR1R8H2B51B0
Current (mA)
500
20
1000
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
1500
PTGL12AR1R2H2B51B0
Current (mA)
500
20
2000
1500
1000
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL13AR0R8H2B71B0
Current (mA)
100
20
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (32V Series)
PTGL07BD470N3B51B0
Current (mA)
100
20
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL07BD330N3B51B0
Current (mA)
100
20
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL07BD220N3B51B0
Current (mA)
100
20
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL07BD150N3B51B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
c Operating Time 24V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07BD100N2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
PTGL07BD6R8N2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
PTGL09BD4R7N2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
30
PTGL09BD3R3N2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
PTGL09BD2R2N2B51B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
00.2 0.6
Ambient Temp.
0.4
–10°C
25°C
60°C
c Operating Time 30V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL04AR130H2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0
PTGL07AR4R6H2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0
PTGL09AR1R8H2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0
PTGL12AR1R2H2B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0
PTGL13AR0R8H2B71B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
c Operating Time 32V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07BD470N3B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL07BD330N3B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL07BD220N3B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL07BD150N3B51B0
AC
100V
PTH
Short
R3
B
R4
R1
R2
+
C
E
c Application Circuit
(1) Short - Circuit Test of Transistor
AC
100V
Short
PTH
R1
(2) Short - Circuit Test of Diode
Continued on the following page.
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Continued from the preceding page.
PTH
Short
+V0
IC
c Application Circuit
(3) Short - Circuit Test of IC
AC
100V
PTH
Short
Electrolytic
Capacitor
+
(4) Short - Circuit Test of Electrolytic Capacitor
PTH
Motor
(Lock)
DC24V M
(5) Lock Test of Motor
RL
RA
RE
RB
C
PTH
(6) Transistor Protection Circuit
Power
Supply
PTH
(7) Transformer Protection Circuit
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection 56/80V Series
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
6.0 max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
Please contact us for UL recognized products.
Only PTGL_51B0 type is available in taping type. Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL07AR220M3P51B0 56 90 115 205 240 1.0 22 ±20% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AR8R2M3P51B0 56 130 165 300 350 1.0 8.2 ±20% 7.4 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AR150M3B51B0 56 150 190 340 400 1.2 15 ±20% 9.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL10AR3R9M3P51B0 56 210 260 470 550 2.0 3.9 ±20% 10.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AR4R7M3B51B0 56 270 350 600 700 2.0 4.7 ±20% 9.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL10AR3R9M3B51B0 56 300 390 680 800 2.0 3.9 ±20% 10.5 4.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL14AR3R3M3B71B0 56 380 490 830 980 2.5 3.3 ±20% 14.5 4.0 7.5 0.6
PTGL05AR550H4P51B0 80 50 62 115 135 0.7 55 ±25% 5.5 4.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AR250H4B51B0 80 110 140 260 300 1.0 25 ±25% 7.4 4.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AR9R4H4B51B0 80 190 240 450 530 3.0 9.4 ±25% 9.5 4.5 5.0 0.6
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"POSISTOR" is a circuit protector whose resistance
value in normal operation is very low and in abnormal
situations like overcurrent or overheating, will be
increased to restrain overcurrent. "POSISTOR" can be
used for overcurrent protection against current
fuse or temperature fuse, due to its ability to return
to its initial condition when overcurrent is removed.
c Features
1. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free
operations are assured by rush current.
2. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
3. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
4. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
c Applications
1. DC cooling fan motors in offi ce equipment, e.g.,
computers, facsimiles, fl oppy disk drives and power
units.
2. DC drive motors in VTRs and cassette tape recorders.
Power transformers (at secondary winding)
Current (mA)
–20
100
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
200
300
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (56V Series)
PTGL07AR220M3P51B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
100
200
300
400
500
PTGL07AR8R2M3P51B0
Continued on the following page.
c Protective Threshold Current Range (56V Series)
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
100
200
300
400
500
PTGL09AR150M3B51B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
800
600
400
200
PTGL10AR3R9M3P51B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
800
600
400
200
PTGL09AR4R7M3B51B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
1000
800
600
400
200
PTGL10AR3R9M3B51B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
1500
1000
500
PTGL14AR3R3M3B71B0
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Current (mA)
100
20
400
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
c Protective Threshold Current Range (80V Series)
PTGL07AR250H4B51B0
Current (mA)
50
20
100
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
150
PTGL05AR550H4P51B0
Continued on the following page.
Continued from the preceding page.
c Protective Threshold Current Range (80V Series)
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL09AR9R4H4B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
c Operating Time 56V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07AR220M3P51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
10
20
30
40
50
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
PTGL07AR8R2M3P51B0
Continued on the following page.
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Continued from the preceding page.
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C
60°C
Ambient Temp.
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
PTGL09AR150M3B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
5
10
15
20
25
1234
PTGL10AR3R9M3P51B0
Continued from the preceding page.
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
5
10
15
20
25
1234
c Operating Time 56V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL09AR4R7M3B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
5
10
15
20
25
1234
PTGL10AR3R9M3B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
40
30
20
10
01234
–10°C
25°C
60°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL14AR3R3M3B71B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0
c Operating Time 80V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07AR250H4B51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C
60°C
0.2 0.6
Ambient Temp.
0.4
PTGL05AR550H4P51B0
Continued on the following page.
Motor
Power Supply
M
PTH
c Application Circuit
(1) DC Motor Protection Circuit
RL
RA
RE
RB
C
PTH
(2) Transistor Protection Circuit
c Operating Time 80V Series (Typical Curve)
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0
PTGL09AR9R4H4B51B0
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Power
Supply
PTH
(3) Transformer Protection Circuit
Continued from the preceding page.
POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection 125/140V Series
"POSISTOR" is a circuit protector whose resistance
value in normal operation is very low and in abnormal
situations like overcurrent or overheating, will be
increased to restrain overcurrent. "POSISTOR" can be
used for overcurrent protection against current fuse
or temperature fuse, due to its ability to return to
its initial condition when overcurrent is removed.
c Features
1. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free operations
are assured by rush current.
2. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
3. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
4. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
c Applications
Circuit Protection :
1. Transformers
2. Transistors
3. Fluorescent Lamps
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
6.0 max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
125V Series
D max.
4.0±1.5 6.0 max.
F±1.5 (in mm)
T max.
ød
±0.05
140V Series
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL05AR181M7P52B0 125 30 38 64 75 0.3 180 ±20% 6.0 5.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AR220M6B52B0 125 135 175 290 340 0.8 22 ±20% 10.0 5.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL14AR100M6B72B0 125 220 280 475 550 1.2 10 ±20% 15.0 5.5 7.5 0.6
PTGL07AR330M6A51B0 140 100 130 200 230 0.5 33 ±20% 7.4 6.0 5.0 0.5
PTGL09AR220M6C61B0 140 140 180 280 330 1.0 22 ±20% 9.6 6.0 6.5 0.65
PTGL10AR150M6C61B0 140 170 220 345 400 1.0 15 ±20% 11.6 6.0 6.5 0.65
PTGL12AR100M6C01B0 140 220 290 440 510 1.0 10 ±20% 13.0 6.0 10.0 0.65
PTGL13AR6R8M6C01B0 140 290 370 575 670 1.0 6.8 ±20% 14.0 6.0 10.0 0.65
PTGL16AR5R6M6C01B0 140 340 440 670 780 2.0 5.6 ±20% 17.0 6.0 10.0 0.65
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
Please contact us for UL recognized products.
Only PTGL_52B0 type is available in taping type. Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
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Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
100
80
60
40
20
c Protective Threshold Current Range (125V Series)
PTGL05AR181M7P52B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
100
200
300
400
500
PTGL09AR220M6B52B0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
800
600
400
200
PTGL14AR100M6B72B0
Current (mA)
100
20
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
300
80
c Protective Threshold Current Range (140V Series)
PTGL07AR330M6A51B0
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
PTGL09AR220M6C61B0
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
PTGL10AR150M6C61B0
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
PTGL12AR100M6C01B0
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Continued from the preceding page.
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
c Protective Threshold Current Range (140V Series)
PTGL13AR6R8M6C01B0
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
PTGL16AR5R6M6C01B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.1 0.2 0.3
c Operating Time 125V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL05AR181M7P52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
00.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
–10°C
25°C
60°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL09AR220M6B52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
00.5 1.0 1.5
–10°C
25°C
60°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL14AR100M6B72B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.25 0.50 0.75
c Operating Time 140V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07AR330M6A51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL09AR220M6C61B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
00.5 1.0 1.5
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
PTGL10AR150M6C61B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL12AR100M6C01B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
00.5 1.0 1.5
–10°C
25°C
60°C
Ambient Temp.
PTGL13AR6R8M6C01B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0
PTGL16AR5R6M6C01B0
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Power
Supply
D
C
PTH
c Application Circuit
(1) Transformer Protection Circuit 1)
Power
Supply
PTH
(2) Transformer Protection Circuit 2)
RL
RA
RE
RB
C
PTH
(3) Transistor Protection Circuit
Power
Source
Fluorescent Lamp SS
RC
C
CH
C
PTH
(4) Fluorescent Lamp Protection Circuit
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overcurrent Protection 250/265V Series
"POSISTOR" is a circuit protector whose resistance
value in normal operation is very low and in abnormal
situations like overcurrent or overheating, will be
increased to restrain overcurrent. "POSISTOR" can be
used for overcurrent protection against current fuse
or temperature fuse, due to its ability to return to
its initial condition when overcurrent is removed.
c Features
1. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supplies and motor protection. Error-free operations
are assured by rush current.
2. Circuit is protected until current is turned off.
3. Restores the original low resistance value
automatically once the overload is removed.
4. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise.
Durable and strong against mechanical vibration
and shock because it is a solid element.
ød±0.05
D max.
F
T max.
+0.8
–0.3
(in mm)
250V Series
D max.
4.0±1.5 6.0 max.
F±1.5 (in mm)
T max.
ød
±0.05
265V Series
(PTGL_1B0)
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
6.0 max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
265V Series
(PTGL_2B0)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL07BB220N0B52A0 250 90 130 250 300 0.5 22 ±30% 8.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL10BB120N0P52A0 250 90 130 250 300 0.6 12 ±30% 11.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL09AR390N0B52A0 250 100 115 245 280 0.6 39 ±30% 10.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL05AR151H8P52B0 265 28 35 65 78 0.2 150 ±25% 6.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL05AR181M9N51B0 265 29 37 60 70 0.3 180 ±20% 6.5 6.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL05AR121M9N51B0 265 35 47 75 85 0.3 120 ±20% 6.5 6.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL07AR820M9A51B0 265 60 75 125 150 0.5 82 ±20% 8.2 6.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL07AR700H8B52B0 265 66 85 160 185 0.4 70 ±25% 8.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AR650H8B52B0 265 68 84 162 190 1.0 65 ±25% 8.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AR450H8B52B0 265 80 105 200 220 1.0 45 ±25% 8.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL07AR560M9A51B0 265 80 95 165 190 0.8 56 ±20% 8.2 6.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL09AR390M9C61B0 265 100 130 210 240 1.2 39 ±20% 10.0 6.5 6.5 0.65
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Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current
(at +60°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -10°C)
(mA)
Max.
Current
(A)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Body
Diameter
(D) (mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space
(F) (mm)
Lead
Diameter
(phi d) (mm)
PTGL09AR250H8B52B0 265 118 150 290 330 1.0 25 ±25% 10.0 6.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL12AR270M9C01B0 265 150 200 310 360 1.5 27 ±20% 14.0 6.5 10.0 0.65
PTGL12AR150H8B72B0 265 165 210 400 460 1.5 15 ±25% 12.5 6.0 7.5 0.6
PTGL14AR180M9C01B0 265 180 230 380 440 1.8 18 ±20% 15.7 6.5 10.0 0.65
PTGL13AR100H8B72B0 265 200 260 480 560 2.2 10 ±25% 14.0 6.0 7.5 0.6
PTGL18AR6R0H8B72B0 265 300 380 715 830 4.1 6.0 ±25% 18.5 6.0 7.5 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used.
250/265V Series are recognized by UL.
Only PTGL_52B0 type is available in taping type. Please refer to the page of "Package" information for details.
200 204060
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
Current (mA)
Hold current
Protective threshold current
Trip current
80
c Protective Threshold Current Range (250V Series)
PTGL07BB220N0B52A0
Protective Threshold Current (mA)
100
20
300
400
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60 80
Protective threshold current
Hold current
Trip current
PTGL10BB120N0P52A0
Current (mA)
–20
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0 20406080
0
Trip current
Hold current
Protective threshold current
400
300
200
100
PTGL09AR390N0B52A0
20
20
80
60
40
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
Current (mA)
c Protective Threshold Current Range (265V Series)
PTGL05AR151H8P52B0
Current (mA)
20
20
120
80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
40
60
100
PTGL05AR181M9N51B0
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Current (mA)
20
20
120
80
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
40
60
100
c Protective Threshold Current Range (265V Series)
PTGL05AR121M9N51B0
Current (mA)
50
20
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
100
150
250
PTGL07AR820M9A51B0
50
20
200
150
100
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
Current (mA)
PTGL07AR700H8B52B0
Current (mA)
100
20
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
300
PTGL07AR650H8B52B0
Current (mA)
100
20
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
300
PTGL07AR450H8B52B0
Current (mA)
50
20
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
100
150
250
PTGL07AR560M9A51B0
Current (mA)
100
20
400
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
PTGL09AR390M9C61B0
Current (mA)
100
20
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL09AR250H8B52B0
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Current (mA)
100
20
400
300
200
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
c Protective Threshold Current Range (265V Series)
PTGL12AR270M9C01B0
Current (mA)
200
20
600
400
Ambient temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL12AR150H8B72B0
Current (mA)
200
20
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
80
PTGL14AR180M9C01B0
Current (mA)
200
20
800
600
400
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Trip current
Protective threshold current
Hold current
PTGL13AR100H8B72B0
Current (mA)
500
20
1000
Ambient Temperature (°C)
0–20 0 40 60
Protective threshold current
Hold current
1500
Trip current
PTGL18AR6R0H8B72B0
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Overcurrent (A)
0.5 1.0 1.5
10
20
30
40
Operating Time (sec.)
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
c Operating Time 250V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL07BB220N0B52A0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL10BB120N0P52A0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
30
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
20
10
PTGL09AR390N0B52A0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.04 0.08 0.12 0.16 0.20
c Operating Time 265V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL05AR151H8P52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
PTGL05AR181M9N51B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
c Operating Time 265V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL05AR121M9N51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL07AR820M9A51B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8
PTGL07AR700H8B52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
00.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
PTGL07AR650H8B52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
50
40
30
20
10
00.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2
60
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
PTGL07AR450H8B52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.5 1.0 1.5
PTGL07AR560M9A51B0
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Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0
c Operating Time 265V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL09AR390M9C61B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0
PTGL09AR250H8B52B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0
PTGL12AR270M9C01B0
Operating Time [sec.]
0
Overcurrent [A]
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C
60°C
Ambient Temp.
0.4 0.8 1.2
PTGL12AR150H8B72B0
Operating Time [sec.]
0
Overcurrent [A]
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
0.4 0.8 1.2 1.6
PTGL14AR180M9C01B0
Operating Time (sec.)
0
Overcurrent (A)
25
20
15
10
5
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0
PTGL13AR100H8B72B0
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Operating Time [sec.]
0
Overcurrent [A]
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
–10°C
25°C Ambient Temp.
60°C
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0
c Operating Time 265V Series (Typical Curve)
PTGL18AR6R0H8B72B0
RL
RA
RE
RB
C
PTH
c Application Circuit
(1) Transistor Protection Circuit
Power
Supply
D
C
PTH
(2) Transformer Protection Circuit 1)
Power
Supply
PTH
(3) Transformer Protection Circuit 2)
Power
Source
Fluorescent Lamp SS
RC
C
CH
C
PTH
(4) Fluorescent Lamp Protection Circuit
Arrester
PTH
PTH
Varistor
Varistor
Telephone
or
PBX
(5) Telecommunication Circuit
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PTGL Series Narrow Current Band Specifi cations and Test Methods
Continued on the following page.
POSISTORr is set at room temperature (25±2°C) with
maximum voltage applied for 1 minute and then is left without
voltage applied for 5 minutes. This cycle is repeated for 100
cycles, and after the device is left at room temperature (25°C)
for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed. (A
protective resistor is to be connected in series and the inrush
current through POSISTORr must be limited below maximum
rated value.)
12 Load Cycle Test at Room
Temperature ΔR/R25V±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 85±3°C
with maximum voltage applied for 500±4 hours. After the
device is left at room temperature (25°C) for one hour, the
resistance measurement is performed. (A protective resistor is
to be connected in series and the inrush current through
POSISTORr must be limited below maximum rated value.)
11 Load Test at High
Temperature ΔR/R25V±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 60±2°C
and 90-95% humidity for 500±4 hours.
After the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for one hour,
the resistance measurement is then performed.
10 Humidity Test ΔR/R25V±20%
The lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in molten solder (JIS Z
3282 H60A) at 350±10°C from the bottom to a point of
2.0-2.5mm for 3.5±0.5 seconds.
After the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for 24±4
hours, the resistance is then measured.
9Terminal Durability of
Soldering ΔR/R25V±15%
The Lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in an Isopropyl
Alcohol (JIS K 8839) solution (about 25wt%) of colophony (JIS
K 5902) for 5-10 sec. Each lead wire is soaked in molten solder
(JIS Z 3282 H60A) at 235±5°C from the bottom to a point of
2.0-2.5mm for 2±0.5 seconds.
8 Solderability
Solder is applied around the lead wire covering 3/4
or more of the circumference without gap in the axial
direction.
POSISTORr is held so that it is perpendicular to the lead wire
with the following lead hanging in the axial direction of the lead
wire.
The lead wire is slowly bent to 90° and returned.
Then it is slowly bent in the opposite direction and returned to
original state.
7Bending Strength of Lead
Wire Terminal Lead wire does not come off
The load is gradually applied to each terminal of POSISTORr
until the force of the following table in the axial direction with
fixing POSISTORr's body itself and this load is kept for 10
seconds.
6Tensile Strength of Lead
Wire Terminal No damage
Maximum current is measured in this examination. Voltage is
applied to POSISTORr for 3 minutes step by step on still air
based on "Protective Threshold Current Test Conditions"
shown in next page. Stable current is measured at each step.
5 Protective Threshold Current Satisfies ratings
(Trip Current, Hold Current)
We apply AC voltage 120% that of the maximum voltage to
POSISTORr by raising voltage gradually for 180±5 seconds at
25°C. (A protective resistor is to be connected in series, and
the inrush current through POSISTORr must be limited below
maximum rated value.)
4 Withstanding Voltage No problem
Resistance value is measured by applying voltage under 1.0Vdc
(by a direct current of less than 10mA) at 25°C. But it must be
measured after maximum voltage is applied for 180 seconds and
then is left for 2 hours at 25°C.
3Resistance Value (at 25°C) Satisfies ratings
The temperature range with zero voltage.
2 Storage Temperature -40 to +125°C
The temperature range with maximum voltage applied to the
POSISTORr.
1 Operating Temperature -30 to +85°C
Lead Diameter Force
4.90N
9.80N
ø0.60mm max.
ø0.65mm min.
Lead Diameter Force
2.45N
4.90N
ø0.60mm max.
ø0.65mm min.
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
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PTGL Series Narrow Current Band Specifi cations and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
25.0
5.0
2.5
1.0
ø0.9
25.0
25.0
25.0
2.5 2.5
3.0
(in mm)
D.C POWER
SUPPLY D.V +
-
POSISTORr
1Ω
Digital
Voltmeter D.V +
-
Digital
Voltmeter
Materials: Phenol
Size: 50x50xt1.6mm
Land Pattern: Cu land without through hole
1. Substrate
3. Measurement circuit
Solder POSISTORr on the substrate, then put a
150mm3 cover surrounding POSISTORr to prevent
airflow.
2. Measurement condition
c Protective Threshold Current Test Conditions
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PTGL Series Specifi cations and Test Methods
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 60±3°C
with maximum voltage applied for 1.5 hours and then is left
without voltage applied for 0.5 hours. This cycle is repeated for
1000±10 hours, and after the device is left at room temperature
(25°C) for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
(A protective resistor is to be connected in series and the
inrush current through POSISTORr must be limited below
max. rated value.)
Load Cycle Test at
High Temperature ΔR/R25
<
=±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 40±2°C
and 90 to 95% humidity for 500±4 hours. After the device is left
at room temperature (25°C) for one hour, the resistance
measurement is performed.
Humidity Test ΔR/R25
<
=±20%
The lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in molten solder (JIS Z
3282 H60A) at 350±10°C from the bottom to a point of 2.0 to
2.5mm for 3.5±0.5 sec. After the device is being left at room
temperature (25°C) for 24±4 hours, the resistance is measured.
Terminal Durability
of Soldering ΔR/R25
<
=±15%
The Lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in an Isopropyl Alcohol
(JIS K 8839) or ethanol (JIS K 8101) solution (about 25wt%) of
colophony (JIS K 5902) for 5 to 10 sec. And, each lead wire is
soaked in molten solder (JIS Z 3282 H60A) at 235±5°C from
the bottom to a point of 2.0 to 2.5mm for 2±0.5 sec.
Solderability Solder is applied around the lead wire covering 3/4 or more of
the circumference without gap in the axial direction.
POSISTORr is held so that it is perpendicular to the lead wire
with the following lead hanging in the axial direction of the lead
wire. The lead wire is slowly bent to 90° and returned. Then it is
slowly bent in the opposite direction and returned to original
state.
Bending Strength of
Lead Wire Terminal Lead wire does not come off.
The load is gradually applied to each terminal of POSISTORr
until the force of the following table in the axial direction with
fixing POSISTORr's body itself and this load is being kept for
10 seconds.
Tensile Strength of
Lead Wire Terminal No damage
We apply AC voltage 120% (16V Series: 110%) that of the
maximum voltage to POSISTORr by raising voltage gradually
for 180±5 seconds at 25°C. (A protective resistor is to be
connected in series, and the inrush current through
POSISTORr must be limited below max. rated value.)
Withstanding Voltage No problem
Resistance value is measured by applying voltage under
1.5Vdc (by a direct current of less than 10mA) at 25°C.
But it must be measured after maximum voltage is applied for
180 seconds and then is left for 2 hours at 25°C.
As for 16V series, measurement probes should be connected
on the lead wire at the point within 2mm from the below side of
the forming.
Resistance should be measured by 4 wiring method.
Resistance Value
(at 25°C) Satisfies ratings
The temperature range with maximum voltage applied to the
POSISTORr.
Continuous Operating
Temperature -10 to +60 °C
Lead Diameter Force
4.90N
9.80N
ø0.60mm max.
ø0.65mm min.
Lead Diameter Force
2.45N
4.90N
ø0.60mm max.
ø0.65mm min.
Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Inrush Current Suppression (Less than 100µF)
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
6.0 max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Max. Inrush
Current
(A)
Max. Applying
Time of Inrush
(ms)
Body
Diameter (D)
(mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space (F)
(mm)
Lead
Diameter (phi d)
(mm)
PTGL07AS121M0N51B0 280 120 ±20% 8.46 peak 10 7.8 6.0 5.0 0.5
PTGL07AS181M0N51B0 280 180 ±20% 6.22 peak 10 7.8 6.0 5.0 0.5
PTGL07AS201M0N51B0 280 200 ±20% 5.66 peak 10 7.8 6.0 5.0 0.5
Max. inrush current shows the maximum inrush current value which be introduced into "POSISTOR" at operating temperature range.
Max. applying time of inrush shows the maximum applying time of inrush current value at operating temperature range.
Operating temperature range is -40 to +105°C.
Taping type of part numbers with "A0" is available.
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POSISTORr is one of lead type PTC Thermistor that is able
to support overcurrent or inrush current issue on the power
supply circuit.
It is able to integrated circuit for protection from inrush
current suppression with POSISTORr and relay or
semiconductor switch as thyristor.
c Features
1. Protection against overcurrent situations
2. Automatic reset from protective trip mode
3. Space-saving
4. Various characteristics to meet a suitable resistance
value
c Applications
POSISTORr is an integrated solution to work as both
current limit resistor and overcurrent fuse. It works as a
stable resistor in normal operation and products itself
against overcurrent situation.
It can be replaced from normal resistor or the resistor with
temperature fuses solution as Fig.1.
Fig.1
POSISTORr works as normal resistor in normal condition,
and it works as protector against over current situation on
the circuit.
1. High-power switching power supply (LCD TV)
2. The power supply for inverter on outside unit for
Air-conditioner
3. The power supply for inverter type fluorescent lamp
4. Other SW type power supply
Load
POSISTORr
+
-
Load
+
-
POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Inrush Current Suppression for High Capacitance (100µF or more)
F±1.5 ød±0.05
D max. T max.
6.0 max.
4.0±1.5
(in mm)
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
Max. Inrush
Current
(A)
Max. Charge
Energy (at +60°C)
(J)
Max. Charge
Energy (at +85°C)
(J)
Body
Diameter (D)
(mm)
Thickness
(T)
(mm)
Lead
Space (F)
(mm)
Lead
Diameter (phi d)
(mm)
PTGL14AS470H0B02BZ 280 47 ±25% 27 peak 106.9 56.9 16.0 6.5 10.0 0.6
PTGL16AS330H0B02BZ 280 33 ±25% 39 peak 130.8 80.8 18.0 6.5 10.0 0.6
PTGL16AS470H0B02BZ 280 47 ±25% 27 peak 130.8 80.8 18.0 6.5 10.0 0.6
PTGL16AS680H0B02BZ 280 68 ±25% 19 peak 130.8 80.8 18.0 6.5 10.0 0.6
PTGL16AS101H0B02BZ 280 100 ±25% 13 peak 130.8 80.8 18.0 6.5 10.0 0.6
PTGL20AS330H0D02BZ 280 33 ±25% 39 peak 181.7 131.7 22.0 6.5 10.0 0.8
PTGL20AS470H0D02BZ 280 47 ±25% 27 peak 181.7 131.7 22.0 6.5 10.0 0.8
Max. inrush current shows the maximum applying time of inrush current value at operating temperature range.
Max charge energy is defi ned as the maximum charged up energy value of over 95%.
The capacitance is calculated as the following formula.
J=CV^2/2 C: capacitance, V: peak voltage
Note: The criteria of the standard for the maximum charged up energy value of over 95%.
If there is the difference between our defi nition and yours, could you ask us free?
Operating temperature range is -20 to +85°C.
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POSISTORr is one of lead type PTC Thermistor that is able
to support overcurrent or inrush current issue on the power
supply circuit.
It is able to integrated circuit for protection from inrush
current suppression with POSISTORr and relay or
semiconductor switch as thyristor.
c Features
1. Protection against overcurrent situations
2. Automatic reset from protective trip mode
3. Space-saving
4. Various characteristics to meet a suitable resistance
value
c Applications
POSISTORr is an integrated solution to work as both
current limit resistor and overcurrent fuse. It works as a
stable resistor in normal operation and products itself
against overcurrent situation.
It can be replaced from normal resistor or the resistor with
temperature fuses solution as Fig.1.
Fig.1
POSISTORr works as normal resistor in normal condition,
and it works as protector against over current situation on
the circuit.
1. High-power switching power supply (LCD TV)
2. The power supply for inverter on outside unit for
Air-conditioner
3. The power supply for inverter type fluorescent lamp
4. Other SW type power supply
Load
POSISTORr
+
-
Load
+
-
Inrush Current Suppression Specifi cations and Test Methods
POSISTORr is set in a room temperature (25±2°C) with
maximum voltage applied for 1 minute, and then is left without
voltage applied for 5 minutes. This cycle is repeated for 10k
cycles, and after the device is left at room temperature (25°C)
for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
Load Cycle Test at
Room Temperature ΔR/R25V±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 85±3°C
with maximum voltage applied for 500±4 hours.
After the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for one hour,
the resistance measurement is performed.
High Temperature
Continuous Load ΔR/R25V±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 85±3°C
and 85% humidity for 500±4 hours.
After the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for one hour,
the resistance measurement is performed.
Humidity Test ΔR/R25V±20%
Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type
This chip PTC Thermistor is a refl ow soldering SMD type
for overheat sensing for power transistors, power
diodes and power ICs in hybrid circuits.
c Features
1. SMD type is helpful for miniaturizing circuits
because of its small size and light weight.
2. Excellent thermal response due to small size
3. Solid-state construction provides excellent resistance
to mechanical vibration and impact resistance.
4. Contactless operation provides noiseless operation.
L
T
Part Number
LWT
Dimensions (mm)
eg
1.0±0.05
1.6±0.15
0.5±0.05
0.8±0.15
0.5±0.05
0.8±0.15
0.15 to 0.4
0.1 to 0.6
0.3 min.
-
PRF15_RC
PRF18_RB
W
e eg
Chip Tight Tolerance Type 0402 (1005) Size
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 10k ohm)
(°C)
Sensing Temperature
(at 100k ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(k ohm)
Operating
Temperature Range
(°C)
PRF15AR102RB6RC 135 ±5°C 150 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 160
PRF15BA102RB6RC 125 ±5°C 140 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 150
PRF15BB102RB6RC 115 ±5°C 130 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 140
PRF15BC102RB6RC 105 ±5°C 120 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 130
PRF15BD102RB6RC 95 ±5°C 110 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 120
PRF15BE102RB6RC 85 ±5°C 100 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 110
PRF15BF102RB6RC 75 ±5°C 90 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 100
PRF15BG102RB6RC 65 ±5°C 80 ±3°C 32 1 ±50% -40 to 90
This series is applied to refl ow soldering.
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 4.7M ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(k ohm)
Operating
Temperature Range
(°C)
PRF15BB103RB6RC 130 ±3°C 32 10 ±50% -20 to 140
PRF15BE103RB6RC 100 ±3°C 32 10 ±50% -20 to 110
PRF15BG103RB6RC 80 ±3°C 32 10 ±50% -20 to 90
This series is applied to refl ow soldering.
Chip Tight Tolerance Type 0603 (1608) Size
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 4.7k ohm)
(°C)
Sensing Temperature
(at 47k ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(ohm)
Operating
Temperature Range
(°C)
PRF18BB471RB5RB 115 ±3°C 130 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 140
PRF18BC471RB5RB 105 ±3°C 120 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 130
PRF18BD471RB5RB 95 ±3°C 110 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 120
PRF18BE471RB5RB 85 ±3°C 100 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 110
PRF18BF471RB5RB 75 ±3°C 90 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 100
PRF18BG471RB5RB 65 ±3°C 80 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 90
This series is applied to fl ow/refl ow soldering.
This series is recognized by UL.
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overheat Sensing Chip Type
This chip PTC Thermistor is a refl ow soldering SMD type
for overheat sensing for power transistors, power
diodes and power ICs in hybrid circuits.
c Features
1. SMD type is helpful for miniaturizing circuits
because of its small size and light weight.
2. Excellent thermal response due to small size
3. Solid-state construction provides excellent resistance
to mechanical vibration and impact resistance.
4. Contactless operation provides noiseless operation.
L
T
Part Number
LWT
Dimensions (mm)
eg
1.6±0.15
2.0±0.2
0.8±0.15
1.25±0.2
0.8±0.15
0.9±0.2
0.1 to 0.6
0.2 min.
-
0.5 min.
PRF18_RB
PRF21_RA
W
e eg
Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 4.7k ohm)
(°C)
Sensing Temperature
(at 47k ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(ohm)
Operating
Temperature Range
(°C)
PRF18AS471QB5RB 145 ±5°C - 32 470 ±50% -20 to 160
PRF18AR471QB5RB 135 ±5°C 150 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 160
PRF18BA471QB5RB 125 ±5°C 140 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 150
PRF18BB471QB5RB 115 ±5°C 130 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 140
PRF18BC471QB5RB 105 ±5°C 120 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 130
PRF18BD471QB5RB 95 ±5°C 110 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 120
PRF18BE471QB5RB 85 ±5°C 100 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 110
PRF18BF471QB5RB 75 ±5°C 90 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 100
PRF18BG471QB5RB 65 ±5°C 80 ±7°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 90
This series is applied to fl ow/refl ow soldering.
This series is recognized by UL.
Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 4.7k ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(ohm)
Operating
Temperature Range
(°C)
PRF21AS471QB5RA 145 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 160
PRF21AR471QB5RA 135 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 150
PRF21BA471QB5RA 125 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 140
PRF21BB471QB5RA 115 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 130
PRF21BC471QB5RA 105 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 120
PRF21BD471QB5RA 95 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 110
PRF21BE471QB5RA 85 ±5°C 32 470 ±50% -20 to 100
This series is applied to fl ow/refl ow soldering.
This series is recognized by UL.
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Overheat Sensing Chip Type (Related Data)
a
c
Solder resist
(in mm)
b
Land
Chip
Part Number Chip (LgW) a
Dimensions (mm)
bc
1.0g0.5
1.6g0.8
Soldering
Methods
0.5 0.4-0.5 0.5
Reflow Soldering 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.7 0.6-0.8
2.0g1.25 1.0-1.2 0.5-0.7 1.0-1.2
PRF15
PRF18
PRF21
c Standard Land Pattern Dimensions
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
Temperature (°C)
BE BD BC BB BA
AR
AS
BF
BG
Resistance Change (R/R25)
R1
R2
Thermal
+Vcc
RL
RE
Connection
PTH
c Overheat Protection Circuit
R1
RL1
RL2
RE1
RE2
Load
+Vcc
PTH
c Temperature Sensing Circuit
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c
Resistance - Temperature Characteristics (Typical)
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type (Reference Data)
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range
PRF15AR102RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BA102RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BB102RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BC102RB6RC
Continued on the following page.
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Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BD102RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BE102RB6RC
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type (Reference Data)
Continued from the preceding page.
c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BF102RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
0.1
1
10
100
1000
–40 0 40 80 120 160 200
PRF15BG102RB6RC
Continued on the following page.
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Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
-20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100000
10000
1000
100
10
1
PRF15BB103RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
PRF15BE103RB6RC
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Resistance (kΩ)
1
10
100
1000
10000
100000
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
PRF15BG103RB6RC
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BB471RB5RB
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type (Reference Data)
Continued from the preceding page.
c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range
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Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BC471RB5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BD471RB5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BE471RB5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BF471RB5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BG471RB5RB
Overheat Sensing Chip Type (Reference Data)
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range
PRF18/21AS471Q Type
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18/21AR471Q Type
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18/21BA471Q Type
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18/21BB471Q Type
Continued on the following page.
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Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18/21BC471Q Type
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18/21BD471Q Type
Overheat Sensing Chip Type (Reference Data)
Continued from the preceding page.
c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18/21BE471Q Type
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BF471Q Type
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Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BG471Q Type
Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· (Max. operating temp.)±2°C
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
9 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 5 cycles
8 Thermal Shock
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
7 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· (Min. operating temp.)±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
6 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· (Max. operating temp.)±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
5 High Temperature Storage
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
[ Solder bath method ]
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Preheat: 150±5°C, 90 to 120s
· Solder temp.: 260±5°C
· Immersion time: 10±1s
4 Resistance to Soldering Heat · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
3 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U95%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-6 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Frequency range: 10 to 55Hz
· Amplitude: 1.5mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 24 cycles in each axis
2 Vibration · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 mins. and
leaving for 2 hours in 25°C, measured by applying voltage less
than DC1.0V.
1Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range
*: The resistance value after the test. It is measured by applying voltage less than DC1.0V after left at 25±2°C for 2hrs.
**: Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side.
· Glass-Epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
No. Metheod of ExaminationRating ValueItem
ConditionStep
(Min. Operating temp.)±3°C
(Max. Operating temp.)±2°C
Time
30min.
30min.
1
2
c PRF15_102 Series
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Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· (Max. operating temp.)±2°C
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
9 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 5 cycles
8 Thermal Shock
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +60±2°C, 90±5%RH
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
7 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· (Min. operating temp.)±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
6 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· (Max. operating temp.)±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
5 High Temperature Storage
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
[ Solder bath method ]
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Preheat: 150±5°C, 90 to 120s
· Solder temp.: 260±5°C
· Immersion time: 10±1s
4 Resistance to Soldering Heat · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
3 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U95%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-6 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Frequency range: 10 to 55Hz
· Amplitude: 1.5mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 24 cycles in each axis
2 Vibration · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 mins. and
leaving for 2 hours in 25°C, measured by applying voltage less
than DC3.0V.
1Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range
*: The resistance value after the test. It is measured by applying voltage less than DC3.0V after left at 25±2°C for 2hrs.
**: Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side.
· Glass-Epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
No. Metheod of ExaminationRating ValueItem
ConditionStep
(Min. Operating temp.)±3°C
(Max. Operating temp.)±2°C
Time
30min.
30min.
1
2
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Overheat Sensing Chip Tight Tolerance Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +85±2°C
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
10 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 5 cycles
9 Thermal Shock
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +40±2°C, 90±5%RH
· 500+24/-0 hrs
8 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· -20±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
7 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +150±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
6 High Temperature Storage
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
[ Solder bath method ]
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Preheat: 150±5°C, 90 to 120s
· Solder temp.: 260±5°C
· Immersion time: 10±1s
5 Resistance to Soldering Heat · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
4 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U95%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-6 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Frequency range: 10 to 55Hz
· Amplitude: 1.5mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 24 cycles in each axis
3 Vibration · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
*: The resistance value after the test. It is measured by applying voltage less than DC1.5V (by a direct current less than 10mA) after left at 25±2°C for 2hrs.
**: Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side.
· Glass-Epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
ConditionStep
-20±3°C
+150±2°C
Time
30min.
30min.
1
2
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (2006)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Force: 5.0N
· Test time: 10 sec.
2 Adhesive Strength There is no sign of exfoliation on electrode.
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 mins. and
leaving for 2 hours in 25°C, measured by applying voltage less
than DC1.5V. (by a direct current less than 10mA)
1Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range
No. Metheod of ExaminationRating ValueItem
c PRF18_471R Series
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Overheat Sensing Chip Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +85±2°C
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
10 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 5 cycles
9 Thermal Shock
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +40±2°C, 90±5%RH
· 500+24/-0 hrs
8 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· -20±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs
7 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· +150±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
6 High Temperature Storage
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
[ Solder bath method ]
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Preheat: 150±5°C, 90 to 120s
· Solder temp.: 260±5°C
· Immersion time: 10±1s
5 Resistance to Soldering Heat · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
4 Solderability Wetting of soldering area: U95%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-6 (2007)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Frequency range: 10 to 55Hz
· Amplitude: 1.5mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 24 cycles in each axis
3 Vibration · Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% (*)
*: The resistance value after the test. It is measured by applying voltage less than DC1.5V (by a direct current less than 10mA) after left at 25±2°C for 2hrs.
**: Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side.
· Glass-Epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are mentioned in Notice.
ConditionStep
-20±3°C
+150±2°C
Time
30min.
30min.
1
2
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (2006)
· Soldered PTC to PCB (**)
· Force: 5.0N
· Test time: 10 sec.
2 Adhesive Strength There is no sign of exfoliation on electrode.
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 mins. and
leaving for 2 hours in 25°C, measured by applying voltage less
than DC1.5V. (by a direct current less than 10mA)
1Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range
No. Metheod of ExaminationRating ValueItem
c PRF18/21_471Q Series
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POSISTORr for Circuit Protection
Overheat Sensing Lead Type
3.5±1.5
4.0 max.
ø0.5±0.05
(in mm)
5.0 max.
3.0 max.
25 min.
PTFL Series
ø0.5±0.05
2.5max.
t0.5±0.05
3.0±0.3
7.5±0.4
3.7±0.3
13.2±0.539±5
3.5±1.5
in mm
PTFM Series
Part Number
(Lead Type)
Part Number
(with Lug-Terminal Type)
Max. Voltage
(V)
Sensing Temp. (TS)
(°C)
Resistance Value
at 25°C (max.)
(ohm)
Resistance Value
(TS-10°C) (max.)
(ohm)
Resistance Value
(TS°C) (min.)
(ohm)
PTFL04BH471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BH471Q2N34BS 16 60 100 330 470
PTFL04BG471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BG471Q2N34BS 16 70 100 330 470
PTFL04BF471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BF471Q2N34BS 16 80 100 330 470
PTFL04BE471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BE471Q2N34BS 16 90 100 330 470
PTFL04BD471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BD471Q2N34BS 16 100 100 330 470
PTFL04BC471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BC471Q2N34BS 16 110 100 330 470
PTFL04BB471Q2N34B0 PTFM04BB471Q2N34BS 16 120 100 330 470
PTFL04BH222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BH222Q2N34BS 16 60 330 1.5k 2.2k
PTFL04BG222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BG222Q2N34BS 16 70 330 1.5k 2.2k
PTFL04BF222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BF222Q2N34BS 16 80 330 1.5k 2.2k
PTFL04BE222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BE222Q2N34BS 16 90 330 1.5k 2.2k
PTFL04BD222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BD222Q2N34BS 16 100 330 1.5k 2.2k
PTFL04BC222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BC222Q2N34BS 16 110 330 1.5k 2.2k
PTFL04BB222Q2N34B0 PTFM04BB222Q2N34BS 16 120 330 1.5k 2.2k
Operating temperature range is -10 to TS+10°C.
"PTFM Series" is a screw clamp type temperature sensor
which has been developed for sensing the temperature
of Transistors, Thyristors, stereo main amplifi ers, and
other devices having risk of overheat.
"PTFL Series" is a popular lead type temperature
sensor which is suitable for use as an air temperature
sensing.
"PTFM_S" Series is a screw clamp type temperature
sensor which have high environmental reliability.
It is certifi ed by UL/cUL/VDE.
c Features
1. PTFM_S Series is fi xed easily to objects because of a
screw clamp type.
2. Compact and light design as well as excellent
thermal response.
3. Contactless operation provides a prolonged service
life, yet permits noiseless operation.
4. The operating point of "POSISTOR" is set on the
steepest point along the resistance-temperature
characteristic curve, thus performing the overheat
protective operation securely.
5. PTFM Series and PTFL Series have same resistance-
temperature characteristics, providing a selection
depending on the mounting method.
6. PTFM_S Series is certifi ed by UL/cUL/VDE.
It is suitable for a powersupply, etc, required the
safety standard.
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Resistance Change (R/R25°C)
–20
Temperature (°C)
104
103
102
10
1
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
BC
BD
BE
BF
BG
BH
BB
c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics
6050403020100
20
0
40
60
80
100
Time (sec.)
Aluminum plate
T=90°C constant
PTFM04BE222Q2N34BS
Relation between resistance change and time after POSISTORr
PTFM04BE222Q2N34BS is installed on the part heated at a constant
temperature of 90°C (3mm thick alminum sheet) is shown in the figure above.
Resistance Change (%) (R/R90°C)
Heater
R meter
POSISTORr
Screw
c Example of Thermal Response Time
Operating Time of POSISTORr
R1
R2
Thermal
+Vcc
RL
RE
Connection
PTH
c Overheat Protection Circuit
R1
RL1
RL2
RE1
RE2
Load
+Vcc
PTH
c Overheat Sensing Circuit
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
102
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
10
103
104
20
PTF_04BH471Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
102
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
10
103
104
20
PTF_04BG471Q Type
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c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)
Continued from the preceding page.
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
102
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
10
103
104
20
PTF_04BF471Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
102
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
10
103
104
20
PTF_04BE471Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
–20
Temperature (°C)
102
0 20 40 10060 80 140120
10
103
104
PTF_04BD471Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
102
20 40 60 12080 100 160140
10
103
104
PTF_04BC471Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
102
20 40 60 12080 100 160140
10
103
104
PTF_04BB471Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
103
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
102
104
105
20
PTF_04BH222Q Type
Continued on the following page.
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c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)
Continued from the preceding page.
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
103
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
102
104
105
20
PTF_04BG222Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
103
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
102
104
105
20
PTF_04BF222Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
103
–20 40 60 12080 100 140
102
104
105
20
PTF_04BE222Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
–20
Temperature (°C)
103
0 20 40 10060 80 140120
102
104
105
PTF_04BD222Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
103
20 40 60 12080 100 160140
102
104
105
PTF_04BC222Q Type
Resistance (Ω)
0
Temperature (°C)
103
20 40 60 12080 100 160140
102
104
105
PTF_04BB222Q Type
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c Resistance - Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)
Temperature Sensor Lead Type Specifi cations and Test Methods
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 85±3°C with
maximum voltage applied for 1.5 hours and then is left without
voltage applied for 0.5 hours.
This cycle is repeated for 1000±10 hours, and after the device is
left at room temperature (25°C) for one hour, the resistance
measurement is performed.
(A protective resistor is to be connected in series and the inrush
current through POSISTORr must be limited below max. rated
value.)
8 High Temperature Load
ΔR/R25VT20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 40±2°C
and 90-95% humidity for 500±4 hours.
And after the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for one
hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
7 Damp Heat ΔR/R25VT20%
The lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in molten solder (JIS Z
3282 H60A) at 350±10°C from the bottom to a point of 2.0-2.5
mm for 3.5±0.5 seconds. And, after the device is left at room
temperature (25°C) for 24±4 hours, the resistance is measured.
6Terminal Durability of
Soldering ΔR/R25VT15%
The lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in a Isopropyl Alcohol
(JIS K 8839) or ethanol (JIS K 8101) solution (about 25wt%) of
colophony (JIS K 5902) for 5-10 sec. And, each lead wire is
soaked in molten solder (JIS Z 3282 H60A) at 235±5°C from the
bottom to a point of 2.0-2.5mm for 2±0.5 seconds.
5 Solderability
Solder is applied around the lead wire covering
3/4 or more of the circumference without gap in
the axial-direction.
POSISTORr is held so that it is perpendicular to the lead wire
with the following load hanging in the axial direction of the lead
wire. The lead wire is slowly bent to 90° and returned; then it is
slowly bent in the opposite direction and returned to original state.
(Above mentioned procedure is done slowly with one cycle.)
4Bending Strength of
Lead Wire Terminal Lead wire does not come off.
The load is gradually applied to each terminal of POSISTORr
until 9.80N in the axial-direction with fixing POSISTORr's body
itself and this load is kept for 10 seconds.
3Tensile Strength of
Lead Wire Terminal No damage
We apply AC voltage 120% that of the maximum voltage to
POSISTORr by raising voltage gradually for 180±5 seconds at
25°C. (A protective resistor is to be connected in series, and the
inrush current through POSISTORr must be limited below max.
rated value.)
2 Withstanding Voltage No problem
Resistance value is measured by applying voltage under 1.5Vdc
(by a direct current of less than 10mA) in a silicone oil vessel.
1 Resistance Value Satisfies specification
Series Force
2.45N
4.90N
PTFL
PTFM
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
Rs
PTH
S.W
Test circuit
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!Caution/Notice
c !Caution (Storage and Operating Condition)
This product is designed for application in an
ordinary environment (normal room temperature,
humidity and atmospheric pressure). Do not use under
the following conditions because all of these factors
can deteriorate the characteristics or cause product
failure and burn-out.
1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas (Chlorine gas,
Hydrogen sulfi de gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid
gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.)
2. Volatile or fl ammable gas
3. Dusty conditions
4. Under vacuum, or under high or low pressure
5. Wet or humid conditions
6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or
organic solvents
7. Strong vibrations
8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions
exist
c !Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function
on your product to prevent secondary damage that may be
caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our
product.
c Notice (Storage and Operating Condition)
To keep solderability of product from declining,
the following storage conditions are recommended.
1. Storage condition:
Temperature -10 to +40 degrees C
Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition)
2. Storage term:
Use this product within 6 months after delivery
by fi rst-in and fi rst-out stocking system.
3. Handling after unpacking:
After unpacking, promptly reseal this product or
store it in a sealed container with a drying agent.
4. Storage place:
Do not store this product in corrosive gas
(Sulfuric acid, Chlorine, etc.) or in direct
sunlight.
c Notice (Soldering and Mounting)
PTGL Series
When the lead of this product is soldered, observe
the following points to avoid the decline of element
characteristics or break-down of the element.
1. Use rosin type fl ux or non-activated fl ux
2. Do not dip the body into fl ux (fl ux should be
coated to lead wire only for soldering).
3. Be sure that preheating does not melt the
soldering of this product.
c Notice (Soldering and Mounting)
PTFL/PTFM Series
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1. PTFM Series is to be screwed beside the Power-
Transistor on the radiative plate.
2. If PTFL Series is to be mounted with thermal cement,
the cement should not be of the Cyano Acrylate
family.
3. Please bend the lead wire far from the root of the
body and do not apply force to the lead wire of
the product.
4. When the lead of this product is soldered, observe
the following points to avoid the decline of
element characteristics or break-down of the
element.
(1) Use rosin type fl ux or non-activated fl ux.
(2) Do not dip the body into fl ux.
(Flux should be coated to lead wire only for
soldering.)
(3) Be sure that preheating does not melt the
soldering of this product.
!Caution/Notice
(2) Drying
After cleaning, promptly dry this product.
To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following
points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics
or any change to the external electrodes quality.
(1) Cleaning Conditions
2-propanol
Less than 5 minutes
at room temp.
or
Less than 2 minutes
at 40˚C max.
Less than 1 minute
20W/L Frequency
of several 10kHz
to 100kHz.
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Ultrasonic Cleaning
A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.
(1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste
(a) Standard thickness of solder paste printing should
be from 0.10 to 0.15 mm.
(b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height
from 0.15 mm to the thickness of this product (see the
figure at right).
(c) Too much solder gives too strong mechanical stress
to this product. Such stress may cause cracking or
other mechanical damage. Also, it can destroy the
electrical performance of this product.
In your mounting process, observe the following points in
order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or
destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this
product may also be affected by the mounting conditions,
shown in the points below.
This product is for reflow soldering only. Flow soldering
should not be allowed.
0.15mm V T V E
T
Solder
Solder
Electrode
1. Solder and Flux
2. Cleaning Conditions and Drying
3. Soldering Conditions
(1) Solder Paste
Use solder paste Sn:Pb=63:37wt%.
For your reference, we are using
63Sn/37Pb RMA9086 90-3-M18,
manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd.
96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu M705-GRN360-K2-V,
manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., LTD for any
Internal tests of this product.
(2) Flux
Use rosin type flux in soldering process.
If below flux is used, some problems might be caused
in the product characteristics and reliability.
Please do not use below flux.
s3TRONGACIDICFLUXWITHHALIDECONTENTEXCEEDING
0.2wt%).
s7ATERSOLUBLEFLUX
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
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c Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRG15 Series
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!Caution/Notice
(3) There may be a risk of unexpected failures
(tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the
mounting process, caused by the mounting conditions.
Please make sure that this product is correctly
mounted under specified mounting conditions.
(2) Reflow soldering conditions
The following figure and table show our recommended
reflow profile.
(a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on
ceramic body. The temperature difference between
preheat and peak should be control within 100°C to
prevent this.
(b) The excessive soldering conditions may cause
dissolution of metallization or deterioration of
solder-wetting on the external electrode.
(c) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other
means is not recommended.
(d) Please evaluate it on your condition if you will do
mounting using not applying condition to the
above-mentioned.
Continued from the preceding page.
260°C
250°C
220°C
180°C
150°C
90±30s 30 to 60s
90s
Temp. (°C)
Time (s)
Limit Profile
Standard Profile
Preheat 150 to 180°C, 90±30s
Soldering Time (U220°C) 30 to 60s 90s
Peak Temp. 250°C 260°C
Reflow Cycle Max. 2 times Max. 2 times
Standard Profile Limit Profile
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!Caution/Notice
To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following
points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics
or any change to the external electrodes' quality.
2-propanol
Less than 5 minutes
at room temp.
or
Less than 2 minutes
at 40˚C max.
Less than 1 minute
20W/L Frequency
of several 10kHz
to 100kHz.
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Ultrasonic Cleaning
A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.
(1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste
(a) Standard thickness of solder paste printing should
be from 0.15 to 0.20 mm.
(b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height
from 0.2 mm to the thickness of this product (see the
figure at right).
(c) Too much solder result in excessive mechanical
stress to this product. Such stress may cause
cracking or other mechanical damage. Also, it can
destroy the electrical performance of this product.
In your mounting process, observe the following points in
order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or
destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this
product may also be affected by the mounting conditions,
shown in the points below.
This product is for reflow soldering only. Flow soldering
should not be allowed.
0.2mm V T V E
T
Solder
Solder
Electrode
1. Solder and Flux
2. Cleaning Conditions
3. Soldering Conditions
(1) Solder Paste
Use solder paste Sn:Pb=63:37wt%.
For your reference, we are using
63Sn/37Pb RMA9086 90-3-M18,
manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd.
96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu M705-GRN360-K2-V,
manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., LTD for any
internal tests of this product.
(2) Flux
Use rosin type flux in the soldering process.
If the flux below is used, some problems might be
caused in the product characteristics and reliability.
Please do not use these types of flux.
s3TRONGACIDICFLUXWITHHALIDECONTENTEXCEEDING
0.2wt%).
s7ATERSOLUBLEFLUX
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
Continued on the following page.
After cleaning,
promptly dry
this product.
Drying
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!Caution/Notice
(3) Standard Temperature Profile for Soldering
(a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on the
ceramic body. The difference between preheating
temperature and maximum temperature in the profile
should be 100°C.
(b) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other
means is not recommended.
Soldering Gradual cooling
(in air)
Preheating (in air)
1 to 2 min.
200
100
0
240°C
Reflow Soldering Conditions
* In the case of repeated soldering, the accumulated soldering
time should be within the range shown in "(2) Allowable
Soldering Temperature and Time."
*20 sec.
Preheating: 150±10°C, 1 to 2 minutes
Soldering: 240°C, 20 sec.
(4) There may be a risk of unexpected failures
(tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the
mounting process, caused by the mounting conditions.
Please make sure that this product is correctly
mounted under the specified mounting conditions.
(2) Allowable Soldering Temperature and Time
(a) Solder within the temperature and time
combinations, indicated by the slanted lines in the
graphs at right.
(b) Excessive soldering conditions may cause
dissolution of metallization or deterioration of
solder-wetting on the external electrode.
(c) In the case of repeated soldering, the accumulated
soldering time should be within the range shown at
right. (For example, Reflow peak temperature: 260°C,
twice –> The accumulated soldering time at 260°C is
within 15sec.)
Time (second)
0 102030405060
260
250
270
240
230
220
210
200
Continued from the preceding page.
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
Temperature (°C)
Temperature (°C)
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!Caution/Notice
(2) Drying
After cleaning, promptly dry this product.
To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following
points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics
or any change to the external electrodes quality.
(1) Cleaning Conditions
2-propanol
Less than 5 minutes
at room temp.
or
Less than 2 minutes
at 40˚C max.
Less than 1 minute
20W/L Frequency
of several 10kHz
to 100kHz.
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Ultrasonic Cleaning
A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.
(1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste
(a) Standard thickness of solder paste printing should
be from 0.10 to 0.15 mm.
(b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height
from 0.15 mm to the thickness of this product (see the
figure at right).
(c) Too much solder gives too strong mechanical stress
to this product. Such stress may cause cracking or
other mechanical damage. Also, it can destroy the
electrical performance of this product.
In your mounting process, observe the following points in
order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or
destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this
product may also be affected by the mounting conditions,
shown in the points below.
This product is for reflow soldering only. Flow soldering
should not be allowed.
0.15mm V T V E
T
Solder
Solder
Electrode
1. Solder and Flux
2. Cleaning Conditions and Drying
3. Soldering Conditions
(1) Solder Paste
Use solder paste Sn:Pb=63:37wt%.
For your reference, we are using
63Sn/37Pb RMA9086 90-3-M18,
manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd.
96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu M705-GRN360-K2-V,
manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., LTD for any
Internal tests of this product.
(2) Flux
Use rosin type flux in soldering process.
If below flux is used, some problems might be caused
in the product characteristics and reliability.
Please do not use below flux.
s3TRONGACIDICFLUXWITHHALIDECONTENTEXCEEDING
0.2wt%).
s7ATERSOLUBLEFLUX
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
Continued on the following page.
c Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRF15_102R Series
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!Caution/Notice
(3) There may be a risk of unexpected failures
(tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the
mounting process, caused by the mounting conditions.
Please make sure that this product is correctly
mounted under specified mounting conditions.
(2) Reflow soldering conditions
The following figure and table show our recommended
reflow profile.
(a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on
ceramic body. The temperature difference between
preheat and peak should be control within 100°C to
prevent this.
(b) The excessive soldering conditions may cause
dissolution of metallization or deterioration of
solder-wetting on the external electrode.
(c) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other
means is not recommended.
(d) Please evaluate it on your condition if you will do
mounting using not applying condition to the
above-mentioned.
Continued from the preceding page.
270°C
250°C
220°C
180°C
150°C
90±30s 30 to 60s
90s
Temp. (°C)
Time (s)
Limit Profile
Standard Profile
Preheat 150 to 180°C, 90±30s
Soldering Time (U220°C) 30 to 60s 90s
Peak Temp. 250°C 270°C
Reflow Cycle Max. 2 times Max. 2 times
Standard Profile Limit Profile
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!Caution/Notice
(2) Drying
After cleaning, promptly dry this product.
To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following
points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics
or any change to the external electrodes quality.
(1) Cleaning Conditions
2-propanol
Less than 5 minutes
at room temp.
or
Less than 2 minutes
at 40˚C max.
Less than 1 minute
20W/L Frequency
of several 10kHz
to 100kHz.
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Ultrasonic Cleaning
A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.
(1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste
(a) Standard thickness of solder paste printing should
be from 0.10 to 0.15 mm.
(b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height
from 0.15 mm to the thickness of this product (see the
figure at right).
(c) Too much solder gives too strong mechanical stress
to this product. Such stress may cause cracking or
other mechanical damage. Also, it can destroy the
electrical performance of this product.
In your mounting process, observe the following points in
order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or
destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this
product may also be affected by the mounting conditions,
shown in the points below.
This product is for reflow soldering only. Flow soldering
should not be allowed.
0.15mm V T V E
T
Solder
Solder
Electrode
1. Solder and Flux
2. Cleaning Conditions and Drying
3. Soldering Conditions
(1) Solder Paste
Use solder paste Sn:Pb=63:37wt%.
For your reference, we are using
63Sn/37Pb RMA9086 90-3-M18,
manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd.
96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu M705-GRN360-K2-V,
manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., LTD for any
Internal tests of this product.
(2) Flux
Use rosin type flux in soldering process.
If below flux is used, some problems might be caused
in the product characteristics and reliability.
Please do not use below flux.
s3TRONGACIDICFLUXWITHHALIDECONTENTEXCEEDING
0.2wt%).
s7ATERSOLUBLEFLUX
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
Continued on the following page.
c Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRF15_103R Series
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!Caution/Notice
(3) Standard Temperature Profile for Soldering
(a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on
ceramic body. Difference between preheating
temperature and maximum temperature in the profile
should be 100°C.
(b) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other
means is not recommended.
Soldering Gradual cooling
(in air)
Preheating (in air)
1 to 2 min.
200
100
0
250°C
Reflow Soldering Conditions
* In case of repeated soldering, the accumulated soldering
time should be within the range shown above figure (2).
*20 sec.
Preheating: 150±10°C, 1 to 2 minutes
Soldering: 250°C, 20 seconds
(4) There may be a risk of unexpected failures
(tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the
mounting process, caused by the mounting conditions.
Please make sure that this product is correctly
mounted under specified mounting conditions.
(2) Allowable Soldering Temperature and Time
(a) Solder within the temperature and time
combinations, indicated by the slanted lines in the
graphs at right.
(b) The excessive soldering conditions may cause
dissolution of metallization or deterioration of
solder-wetting on the external electrode.
(c) In case of repeated soldering, the accumulated
soldering time should be within the range shown
below figure. ( For example, Reflow peak temperature:
260°C, twice –> The accumulated soldering time at
260°C is within 30 sec. )
Continued from the preceding page.
Temperature (°C)
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
2100 1109020 30 40 50 60 70 1008010
Time (sec.)
Temperature (°C)
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!Caution/Notice
(2) Drying
After cleaning, promptly dry this product.
To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following
points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics
or any change to the external electrodes' quality.
(1) Cleaning Conditions
2-propanol
Less than 5 minutes
at room temp.
or
Less than 2 minutes
at 40˚C max.
Less than 1 minute
20W/L Frequency
of several 10kHz
to 100kHz.
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Ultrasonic Cleaning
A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.
In your mounting process, observe the following points in
order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or
destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this
product may also be affected by the mounting conditions,
shown in the points below.
(1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste
(a) Recommended thickness of solder paste printing
should be from 0.15 to 0.20mm.
(b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height
from 0.2 mm to the thickness of this product (see the
figure at right).
(c) Too much solder result in excessive mechanical
stress on this product. Such stress may cause
cracking or other mechanical damage. Also, it can
destroy the electrical performance of this product.
0.2mm V T V E
T
Solder
Solder
Electrode
1. Solder and Flux
2. Cleaning Conditions and Drying
3. Soldering Conditions
(1) Solder Paste
(a) Flow Soldering: Use Sn:Pb=60:40wt%,
Sn:Pb=63:37wt%, Sn:Ag:Cu=96.5:3.0:0.5wt% or
equivalent type of solder.
(b) Reflow Soldering: Use Sn:Pb=60:40wt%,
Sn:Pb=63:37wt%, Sn:Ag:Cu=96.5:3.0:0.5wt% or
equivalent type of solder paste.
For your reference, we are using "63Sn/37Pb
RMA9086 90-3-M18," manufactured by Alpha Metals
Japan Ltd., "96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu
M705-GRN360-K2-V," manufactured by Senju Metal
Industry Co., Ltd. for any internal tests of this product.
(2) Flux
Use rosin type flux in the soldering process.
If the flux below is used, some problems might be
caused in the product characteristics and reliability.
Please do not use these types of flux.
s3TRONGACIDICFLUXWITHHALIDECONTENTEXCEEDING
0.2wt%).
s7ATERSOLUBLEFLUX
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
Continued on the following page.
c Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRF18/21 Series
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!Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
(2) Adhesive Application and Curing
(a) If insufficient adhesive is applied, or if the adhesive
is not sufficiently hardened, this product may have a
loose contact with the land, during flow soldering.
(b) Too low viscosity of adhesive causes this product to
slip on the board, after mounting.
(3) Allowable Soldering Temperature and Time
(a) Solder within the temperature and time
combinations, indicated by the slanted lines in the
following graphs.
(b) Excessive soldering conditions may cause
dissolution of metallization or deterioration of
solder-wetting on the external electrode.
(c) In the case of repeated soldering, the accumulated
soldering time should be within the range shown in
the figures below. (For example, Reflow peak
temperature: 260°C, twice –> The accumulated
soldering time at 260°C is within 30sec.)
(4) Recommendable Temperature Profile for Soldering
(a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on the
ceramic body. The difference between preheating
temperature and maximum temperature in the profile
should be 100°C.
(b) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other
means is not recommended.
(5) There may be a risk of unexpected failures
(tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the
mounting process caused by mounting conditions.
Please make sure that this product is correctly mounted
under the specified mounting conditions.
Soldering Gradual cooling
(in air)
Preheating (in air)
1 to 2 min.
200
100
0
250°C
Flow Soldering Conditions
* In the case of repeated soldering, the accumulated soldering
time should be within the range shown in "(3) Allowable
Soldering Temperature and Time."
*3 sec.
Preheating: 150±10°C, 1-2 minutes.
Soldering: 250°C, 3 sec.
Temperature (°C)
Soldering Gradual cooling
(in air)
Preheating (in air)
1 to 2 min.
200
100
0
250°C
Reflow Soldering Conditions
* In the case of repeated soldering, the accumulated soldering
time should be within the range shown in "(3) Allowable
Soldering Temperature and Time."
*20 sec.
Preheating: 150±10°C, 1-2 minutes.
Soldering: 250°C, 20 sec.
Temperature (°C)
Time (sec.)
0102030
260
250
270
240
230
220
210
200
Allowable Flow Soldering Temp. and Time
Temperature (°C)
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
2100 1109020 30 40 50 60 70 1008010
Time (sec.)
Temperature (°C)
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!Caution/Notice
c Notice (Handling)
PTGL Series
c Notice (Handling)
PTFL/PTFM Series
1. Do not apply an excessive force to the lead.
Otherwise, it may cause the junction between lead
and element to break, or may crack the element.
Therefore, holding the element side lead wire is
recommended when lead wire is bent or cut.
2. This product does not have waterproof construction.
Splashed water may cause failure mode such as
decline of characteristics or current leak.
c Notice (Handling)
PRG/PRF Series
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1. Do not apply an excessive force to the lead.
Otherwise, it may cause the junction between lead
and element to break, or may crack the element.
Therefore, holding the element side lead wire is
recommended when lead wire is bent or cut.
2. This product does not have waterproof construction.
Splashed water may cause failure mode such as
decline of characteristics or current leak.
3. When this product is operated, the temperature of some
areas may be over 100 to 160 degrees C. Be sure that
surrounding parts and inserting material can
withstand the temperature. If the surrounding part
and material are kept under such conditions, they
may deteriorate or produce harmful gas
(Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfi de gas, Ammonia gas,
Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.), and
such harmful gas may deteriorate the element.
1. When this product is operated, the temperature of some
area may be over 100 to 150 degrees C. Be sure that
surrounding parts and inserting material can
withstand the temperature. If the surrounding parts
and material are kept under such conditions, they
may deteriorate or produce harmful gas
(Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfi de gas, Ammonia gas,
Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.), and
such harmful gas may deteriorate the element.
2. Do not assemble this product with air-sealing or resin
casting. Such sealing may deteriorate element.
Chip Type PRG/PRF Series Package
*1.05
Direction feed
1.1 max.
1.75±0.1
4.0±0.1
2.0±0.1
4.0±0.1
3.5±0.05
8.0±0.3
(1.85)
(in mm)
(in mm)
ø13.0±0.2
ø21.0±0.8
9.0
ø60
ø180W0
Y1.5
W1.0
Y0
W1.0
Y0
2.0±0.5
13.0±1.0
Reel Dimensions
Part Number Quantity (pcs.)
Paper Tape Embossed Tape
PR*15_RC
PR*18_RB