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Contents
Please check the MURATA website (https://www.murata.com/)
if you cannot find a part number in this catalog.
Product specifications are as of August 2018.
POSISTORr, in this catalog is the trademark of
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
NTC Thermistors Chip Type
Standard Land Pattern Dimensions p12
Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
p13
Specifications and Test Methods p15
!Caution/Notice p18
NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Lead/
Lead Insulation Type
Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
p32
!Caution/Notice p33
POSISTORr Chip Type Package p81
POSISTORr Lead Type Package p82
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice p58
Part Numbering p2
Basic Characteristics of NTC Thermistor p7
Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr p8
NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0402 (1005) Size
(Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D) p9
1
NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
(Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D) p10
2
NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
for Conductive Glue p11
3
NTC Thermistor Thermo String Cooper Wire Type
for Temperature Sensor
p22
NTC Thermistor Thermo String Nickel Copper Wire Type
for Temperature Sensor
p23
Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
p24
Specifications and Test Methods p25
!Caution/Notice p27
4
NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor
Lead Insulation Type p30
Specifications and Test Methods
p31
6
PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overheat Sensing
Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
p38
Specifications and Test Methods p43
7
PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection
Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
p50
Specifications and Test Methods
p54
9
PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection
Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
p45
Specifications and Test Methods
p48
8
PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr)
for Overcurrent Protection Lead Type p67
Specifications and Test Methods p77
!Caution/Notice p80
10
NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor
Lead Type p28
Specifications and Test Methods
p29
5
NTC Thermistors Chip Type/Thermo String/
Lead Type Package
p35
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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o Part Numbering
1Product ID
2Series
6Resistance Tolerance
7Individual Specifications
NTC Thermistors for Temperature Compensation Chip Type
NC NTC Thermistors Chip Type
D
E
F
J
G
P
U
±0.5%
±3%
±1%
±5%
pS
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code
Code
Series
Resistance Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
5Resistance
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 that follow the two figures.
Structures and others are expressed by two figures.
102
103
104
Ex.)
1kΩ
10kΩ
100kΩ
Code Resistance
for Automotive
8Packaging
RB
RC
Paper Taping 4mm Pitch (4000 pcs.)
Paper Taping 2mm Pitch (10000 pcs.)
Code Packaging
Conductive Glue Series
Plated Termination Series
High Reliability Series
3Dimensions (L x W)
15
18
Code Dimensions (L x W)
1.00 x 0.50mm
1.60 x 0.80mm
EIA
0402
0603
4Temperature Characteristics
WB
WD
WF
WL
WM
XC
XF
XH
XM
XQ
XV
XW
Code Temperature Characteristics
Nominal B-Constant 4050–4099K
Nominal B-Constant 4150–4199K
Nominal B-Constant 4250–4299K
Nominal B-Constant 4450–4499K
Nominal B-Constant 4500–4549K
Nominal B-Constant 3100–3149K
Nominal B-Constant 3250–3299K
Nominal B-Constant 3350–3399K
Nominal B-Constant 3500–3549K
Nominal B-Constant 3650–3699K
Nominal B-Constant 3900–3949K
Nominal B-Constant 3950–3999K
6
J
3
18
2
P
4
XH
5
103
7
0S
8
RB
NC
1
2
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1Product ID
2Individual Specifications
7Lead Wire Type
8Shape of the Lead Wire Kink
NTC Thermistor for Temperature Sensor Thermo String Type
NXF NTC Thermistors Sensor Thermo String Type A
E
ø0.3mm Copper Lead Wire with Polyurethane Coat
ø0.3mm Nickel Copper Lead Wire with Enamel Coat
1
2
A
Shape of the Lead Wire Kink
Product ID Code Lead Wire Type
Code
(Part Number)
5Resistance
Expressed by three figures. The unit is (Ω). The first and second
figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the
number of zeros that follow the two figures.
103
473
104
Ex.
10kΩ
47kΩ
100kΩ
Code Resistance
The Twist of Lead Wire Type
Standard Type (Cooper Wire Type)
Standard Type (Nickel Copper Wire Type)
S
for Automotive
Code
6Resistance Tolerance
F±1%
Code Resistance Tolerance
9Packaging
BBulk
Code Packaging
:Dimensions (Full Length)
Individual Specifications
4Temperature Characteristics
WB
WF
XH
XV
Nominal B-Constant 4050–4099K
Nominal B-Constant 4250–4299K
Nominal B-Constant 3350–3399K
Nominal B-Constant 3900–3949K
Code Temperature Characteristics
3Chip Dimensions
15 1.00 x 0.50mm
Code Dimensions (L x T)
0402
EIA
5
103
2
S
3
15
4
XH
6
F
7
A
8
2
9
B
:
025
NXF
1
025
030
040
050
060
070
080
090
100
110
120
130
140
150
25mm
30mm
40mm
50mm
60mm
70mm
80mm
90mm
100mm
110mm
120mm
130mm
140mm
150mm
Code Dimensions (Full Length)
3
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1Product ID
2Individual Specifications
7Lead Wire Type
8Shape of the Lead Wire
NTC Thermistor for Temperature Sensor/Lead Type
NXR NTC Thermistor Sensor/Lead Type A
Lead Type: ø0.4mm Copper-clad Fe Wire, Tinned
Lead Insulation Type: ø0.46mm Cu Wire with Coat
1
3
5
Shape of the Lead Wire
Product ID Code Lead Wire Type
Code
(Part Number)
5Resistance
Expressed by three figures. The unit is (Ω). The first and second
figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the
number of zeros that follow the two figures.
202
103
104
Ex.
2.0kΩ
10kΩ
100kΩ
Code Resistance
Lead Spacing 2.5mm
Lead Spacing 5.0mm
Lead Spacing 2.5mm (Insulation Type)
S
Automotive Type
Code
6Resistance Tolerance
F
E
J
±1%
±3%
±5%
Code Resistance Tolerance
9Packaging
A
B
Ammo Pack Taping
Bulk
Code Packaging
:Dimensions (Full Length)
Individual Specifications
4Temperature Characteristics
XH
XM
XV
WB
WF
Nominal B-Constant 3350–3399K
Nominal B-Constant 3500–3549K
Nominal B-Constant 3900–3949K
Nominal B-Constant 4050–4099K
Nominal B-Constant 4250–4299K
Code Temperature Characteristics
3Chip Dimensions
15 1.00 x 0.50mm
Code Dimensions (L x T)
5
103
2
S
3
15
4
XH
6
F
7
A
8
1
9
B
:
040
1
NXR
010
020
025
030
035
040
045
050
016
25mm
30mm
35mm
40mm
45mm
50mm
Code Lead Insulation Type
10mm
20mm
30mm
40mm
50mm
16mm (Taping Type)
Lead Type
4
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6
M
3
21
2
G
4
AR
5
420
7
S1
8
RA
PR
1
1Product ID
2Series
4Temperature Characteristics
6Resistance Tolerance
7Individual Specifications
PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Chip Type
PR PTC Thermistors Chip Type
M
Q
Gfor Overcurrent Protection
AR
BB
BC
Curie Point 120°C
Curie Point 100°C
Curie Point 90°C
±20%
Special Tolerance
Temperature Characteristics
S1
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code
Code
Code
Series
Resistance Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
for Automotive
3Dimensions (L x W)
21 2.00 x 1.25mm
Code Dimensions (L x W)
Ex.)
8Packaging
RA
RK
Packaging
Code
Embossed Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000 pcs.)
Embossed Taping (4mm Pitch) (3000 pcs.)
6
Q
3
18
2
F
4
BB
5
471
7
S5
8
RB
PR
1
1Product ID
2Series
4Temperature Characteristics
6Resistance Tolerance
7Individual Specifications
PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Overheat Sensing Chip Type
PR PTC Thermistors Chip Type
Q
R
Ffor Overheat Sensing
AS
AR
BA
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
BG
130°C
120°C
110°C
100°C
90°C
80°C
70°C
60°C
50°C
Special Tolerance
Special Tolerance
Temperature Characteristics-Curie Point
S5
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code
Code
Code
Series
Resistance Tolerance
±5°C
±3°C
Sensing Temp. Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
5Resistance
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 that follow the two figures.
471
Ex.)
470Ω
Code Resistance
for Automotive
3Dimensions (L x W)
18 1.60 x 0.80mm
Code Dimensions (L x W)
8Packaging
RB
Packaging
Code
Paper Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000 pcs.)
5Resistance
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 that 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
420
Ex.)
4.7Ω
42Ω
Code Resistance
5
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1Product ID
3Dimensions
7Resistance Tolerance
8Individual Specifications
PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Lead Type
PT PTC Thermistors
K
M
±10%
±20%
4B51
Individual Specifications
Product ID
Code Resistance Tolerance
Code
(Part Number)
6Resistance
Expressed by three-digit alphanumeric. The unit is ohm (Ω). The
first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure
expresses the number of zeros that 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
9Packaging
A0
B0
Packaging
Code
Ammo Pack
Bulk
2Series
GL for Overcurrent Protection Lead Type
Code Series
4Individual Specifications
4
5
6
7
9
A
C
E
Sfor Automotive
Individual Specifications
Code
Code
Dimensions
5Temperature Characteristics
AS
AR
Curie Point 130°C
Curie Point 120°C
Temperature CharacteristicsCode
Nominal Body Diameter 4mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 5mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 6mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 7mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 9mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 10mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 12mm Series
Nominal Body Diameter 14mm Series
2
GL
PT
174
AS
5
220
6
K
8
4B51
9
B0
S
3
4
6
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1. Zero-power Resistance of Thermistor: R
2. B-Constant
Measured by zero-power in specified ambient
temperatures.
R=R0 expB (1/T-1/T0) ........................................... (1)
R: Resistance in ambient temperature T (K)
(K: absolute temperature)
R0: Resistance in ambient temperature T0 (K)
B: B-constant of Thermistor
as (1) formula
B=
n (R/R0) / (1/T-1/T0)
3. Thermal Dissipation Constant
When electric power P (mW) is spent in ambient
temperature T1 and thermistor temperature rises T2, the
formula is as follows;
P=C (T2-T1)
C: Thermal dissipation constant (mW/°C)
Thermal dissipation constant varies with dimensions,
measurement conditions, etc.
4. Thermal Time Constant
Period in which Thermistor's temperature will change
63.2% of its temperature difference from ambient
temperature T0 (°C) to T1 (°C).
5. Maximum Operating Current
It is possible to keep Thermistor's temperature rising max.
0.1˚C.
Resistance vs. Temperature
Thermal Time Constant
102
101
Resistance vs. Temperature Characteristics, R/R25
-20
Temperature (°C)
0 20406080 120100
10-2
10-1
1
B=3450
B=3900
B=4100
Basic Characteristics of NTC Thermistor
T1
T0
Time
63.2%
X
Temperature
Basic Characteristics
Basic Characteristics of NTC Thermistor
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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 Characteristics)
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 Characteristics)
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
Resistance Change Ratio, R/R25
105
104
103
102
10
1
0 50 100 150 200
Temperature (°C)
Current-Voltage Characteristics (Static Characteristics)
Current-Time Characteristics (Dynamic Characteristics)
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)
Basic Characteristics
Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Chip Type 0402 (1005) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
0402/0603 sized Chip NTC Thermistors have Ni
barrier termination, provide excellent solderability
and offer high stability in environment due to unique
inner construction.
Available Market is Automotive market where request
the high reliability.
Features
1. Excellent solderability and high stability in
environment
2. Excellent long time aging stability
3. High accuracy in resistance and B-constant
4. Reflow soldering possible
5. Lead is not contained in the product
6. NCU series are recognized by UL/cUL.
(UL1434, File No.E137188)
Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation
2. Various engine control units
3. Circuits for ETC equipment
4. Various motor driving circuits
5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
Electrode
(Cu System + Ni Plating + Sn Plating)
0.25±0.10 0.25±0.10
1.0±0.05
(in mm)
0.5±0.05
0.5±0.05
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
NCU15XH103D6SRC
10k ±0.5% 3380 ±0.7% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCU15XH103F6SRC
10k ±1% 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCU15XH103p6SRC
10k 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCU15WB473D6SRC
47k ±0.5% 4050 ±0.5% 4101 4108 4131 0.046 5 1
NCU15WB473F6SRC
47k ±1% 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.046 5 1
NCU15WB473p6SRC
47k 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.046 5 1
NCU15WF104D6SRC
100k ±0.5% 4250 ±0.5% 4303 4311 4334 0.032 5 1
NCU15WF104F6SRC
100k ±1% 4250 ±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.032 5 1
NCU15WF104p6SRC
100k 4250 ±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.032 5 1
A blank column is filled with resistance tolerance codes (E: ±3%, J: ±5%).
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +150°C
If there is any additionally electrical characteristics, please contact from close sales office or website.
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
0402/0603 sized Chip NTC Thermistors have Ni
barrier termination, provide excellent solderability
and offer high stability in environment due to unique
inner construction.
Available Market is Automotive market where request
the high reliability.
Features
1. Excellent solderability and high stability in
environment
2. Excellent long time aging stability
3. High accuracy in resistance and B-constant
4. Flow/Reflow soldering possible
5. Lead is not contained in the product
6. NCU series are recognized by UL/cUL.
(UL1434, File No.E137188)
Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation
2. Various engine control units
3. Circuits for ETC equipment
4. Various motor driving circuits
5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
Electrode
(Cu System + Ni Plating + Sn Plating)
0.2-0.6 0.2-0.6
1.6±0.15
(in mm)
0.8±0.15
0.8±0.15
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
NCU18XH103D6SRB
10k ±0.5% 3380 ±0.7% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCU18XH103F6SRB
10k ±1% 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCU18XH103p6SRB
10k 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCU18WB473D6SRB
47k ±0.5% 4050 ±0.5% 4101 4108 4131 0.046 5 1
NCU18WB473F6SRB
47k ±1% 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.046 5 1
NCU18WB473p6SRB
47k 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.046 5 1
NCU18WF104D6SRB
100k ±0.5% 4250 ±0.5% 4303 4311 4334 0.032 5 1
NCU18WF104F6SRB
100k ±1% 4250 ±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.032 5 1
NCU18WF104p6SRB
100k 4250 ±2% 4303 4311 4334 0.032 5 1
NCU18WM154p6SRB
150k 4500 ± 3% 4571 4582 4614 0.026 5 1
NCU18WM224p6SRB
220k 4500 ± 3% 4571 4582 4614 0.021 5 1
NCU18WM474p6SRB
470k 4500 ± 3% 4571 4582 4614 0.015 5 1
A blank column is filled with resistance tolerance codes (E: ±3%, J: ±5%).
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +150°C
If there is any additionally electrical characteristics, please contact from close sales office or website.
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size for Conductive Glue
NCG18, 0603 sized Chip NTC Thermistor enables
conductive glue mounting.
Features
1. Excellent solderability and high stability in
environment
2. Excellent long time aging stability
3. High accuracy in resistance and B-constant
4. Glue mounting possible
5. Lead is not contained in the product
Applications
1. Various engine control units
2. ABS control unit
3. High power devices (IGBT)
4. Various circuits requiring low temperature
mounting below solder melting point.
5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
requiring high temperature.
Thermistor
0.025±0.015
0.025±0.015
1.6±0.15
0.8±0.15
0.025±0.015
0.025±0.015
0.8±0.15
0.2 to 0.60.2 to 0.6
Ag /Pd System
(in mm)
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
NCG18XH103F0SRB
10k ±1% 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.100 5 1
NCG18WF104F0SRB
100k ±1% 4200 ±1% 4255 4260 4282 0.032 5 1
Operating Temperature Range: -55°C to +150°C
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ntc
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type Standard Land Pattern Dimensions
Chip Land
Solder Resist
ba
c
(in mm)
Part Number Mounting
Methods c
NCU15 Reflow Soldering 0.5
NCU18 Flow Soldering
Reflow Soldering
0.6-0.8
b
0.4-0.5
0.8-0.9
a
0.4
0.6-1.2
0.6-0.80.6-0.70.6-1.2
Chip (L x W)
Dimensions (mm)
1.0 x 0.5
NCG18 Conductive Glue 1.00.60.6
1.6 x 0.8
1.6 x 0.8
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
Continued on the following page.
197.390
149.390
114.340
88.381
68.915
54.166
42.889
34.196
27.445
22.165
18.010
14.720
12.099
10.000
8.309
6.939
5.824
4.911
4.160
3.539
3.024
2.593
2.233
1.929
1.673
1.455
1.270
1.112
0.976
0.860
0.759
0.673
0.598
0.532
0.476
0.426
0.383
0.344
0.311
195.652
148.171
113.347
87.559
68.237
53.650
42.506
33.892
27.219
22.021
17.926
14.674
12.081
10.000
8.315
6.948
5.834
4.917
4.161
3.535
3.014
2.586
2.228
1.925
1.669
1.452
1.268
1.110
0.974
0.858
0.758
0.672
0.596
0.531
0.474
0.424
0.381
0.342
0.309
1690.586
1215.318
882.908
647.911
480.069
359.009
270.868
206.113
158.126
122.267
95.256
74.754
59.075
47.000
37.636
30.326
24.583
20.043
16.433
13.545
11.223
9.345
7.818
6.571
5.548
4.704
4.004
3.422
2.936
2.528
2.184
1.893
1.646
1.436
1.256
1.102
0.969
0.854
0.755
1747.920
1245.428
898.485
655.802
483.954
360.850
271.697
206.463
158.214
122.259
95.227
74.730
59.065
47.000
37.643
30.334
24.591
20.048
16.433
13.539
11.209
9.328
7.798
6.544
5.518
4.674
3.972
3.388
2.902
2.494
2.150
1.860
1.615
1.406
1.227
1.075
0.945
0.831
0.735
4221.283
2995.044
2146.996
1554.599
1136.690
839.019
624.987
469.678
355.975
272.011
209.489
162.559
127.057
100.000
79.222
63.167
50.677
40.904
33.195
27.091
22.224
18.323
15.184
12.635
10.566
8.873
7.481
6.337
5.384
4.594
3.934
3.380
2.916
2.522
2.190
1.907
1.665
1.459
1.282
–40
–35
–30
–25
–20
–15
–10
–5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
Part Number
Resistance
B-Constant
Temp. (°C)
4397.119
3088.599
2197.225
1581.881
1151.037
846.579
628.988
471.632
357.012
272.500
209.710
162.651
127.080
100.000
79.222
63.167
50.677
40.904
33.195
27.091
22.224
18.323
15.184
12.635
10.566
8.873
7.481
6.337
5.384
4.594
3.934
3.380
2.916
2.522
2.190
1.907
1.665
1.459
1.282
NCUppXH103D
NCUppXH103
NCUppWB473D
NCUppWB473
NCUppWF104D
NCUppWF104
10kΩ±0.5%
3380K±0.7%
Resistance (kΩ)
10kΩ
3380K
Resistance (kΩ)
47kΩ±0.5%
4050K±0.5%
Resistance (kΩ)
47kΩ
4050K
Resistance (kΩ)
100kΩ±0.5%
4250K±0.5%
Resistance (kΩ)
100ΩW
4250K
Resistance (kΩ)
7899.466
5466.118
3834.499
2720.523
1951.216
1415.565
1036.984
767.079
572.667
431.264
327.405
250.538
193.166
150.000
117.281
92.293
73.090
58.240
46.665
37.605
30.453
24.804
20.293
16.679
13.776
11.428
9.520
7.966
6.688
5.639
4.772
4.052
3.454
2.955
2.536
2.182
1.884
1.632
1.418
NCUppWM154
150kΩ
4500K
Resistance (kΩ)
11585.884
8016.973
5623.931
3990.100
2861.784
2076.162
1520.909
1125.049
839.912
632.521
480.194
367.455
283.310
220.000
172.012
135.364
107.198
85.419
68.441
55.153
44.665
36.379
29.763
24.462
20.205
16.761
13.962
11.684
9.809
8.270
6.998
5.942
5.067
4.334
3.719
3.200
2.763
2.394
2.079
NCUppWM224
220kΩ
4500K
Resistance (kΩ)
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
Continued from the preceding page.
For Conductive Glue
481.258
352.304
261.060
195.661
148.177
113.351
87.562
68.239
53.651
42.507
33.893
27.219
22.021
17.926
14.674
12.081
10.000
8.315
6.948
5.834
4.917
4.161
3.535
3.014
2.586
2.228
1.925
1.669
1.452
1.268
1.110
0.974
0.858
0.758
0.672
0.596
0.531
0.474
0.424
0.381
0.342
0.309
NCG18XH103
10ΩW
3380K
Resistance (kΩ)
13019.2917
8807.8909
6042.9955
4205.6861
2966.4355
2118.7894
1531.3193
1118.4222
825.5695
615.5264
463.1041
351.7064
269.3046
207.8907
161.7224
126.7225
100.0000
79.4390
63.5094
51.0835
41.3360
33.6281
27.5103
22.6211
18.6920
15.5246
12.9466
10.8488
9.1290
7.7128
6.5455
5.5722
4.7638
4.0868
3.5178
3.0403
2.6336
2.2902
1.9976
1.7475
1.5332
1.3491
NCG18WF104
100ΩW
4200K
Resistance (kΩ)
–55
–50
–45
–40
–35
–30
–25
–20
–15
–10
–5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
Part Number
Resistance
B-Constant
Temp. (°C)
24751.661
17127.169
12014.762
8524.305
6113.811
4435.437
3249.216
2403.515
1794.358
1351.294
1025.870
785.018
605.252
470.000
367.480
289.186
229.014
182.485
146.215
117.828
95.420
77.718
63.584
52.260
43.166
35.808
29.828
24.961
20.955
17.668
14.951
12.695
10.824
9.259
7.945
6.837
5.904
5.113
4.442
–40
–35
–30
–25
–20
–15
–10
–5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
130
135
140
145
150
Part Number
Resistance
B-Constant
Temp. (°C)
NCUppWM474
470kΩ
4500K
Resistance (kΩ)
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type Specifications and Test Methods
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1Step
-55+0/-3
15±3
2
Room Temp.
1
3
125+3/-0
15±3
4
Room Temp.
1
Temp. (deg.C)
Time (min.)
· The Test Condition specification (*1,*2) is applied to the follow P/N.
P/N: NCU15XH103ppSRp, NCU15WB473ppSRp, NCU15WF104ppSRp, NCU18XH103ppSRp
(*1) Resistance(R25) change should be less than 1%
B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than 1%
(*2) Resistance(R25) change should be less than 5%
B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than 1%
Per MIL-STD-202 Method 210
Test Condition B, 260 °C for 10 +/-1 seconds.
13 Resistance to
Soldering Heat
(*1)
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Simple harmonic motion between 10Hz to 2.0k Hz and back to
10 Hz of max. amplitude 1.5mm for 20 minutes. This motion
should be applied 12 times in each of 3 mutually perpendicular
directions (total of 36 times).
12 Vibration
(*1)
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Per MIL-STD-202 Method 213 Test Condition F
1500g's, 0.5ms, In 3 directions perpendicularly intersecting
each other (total 18 times).
11 Mechanical Shock
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Per MIL-STD-202 Method 215
Solvent 1: 1 part (by volume) of isopropyl alcohol
3 parts (by volume) of mineral spirits.
10 Resistance to
Solvents
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
9Terminal Strength
(Leaded) N/A
Using calipers.8Physical
Dimension Within the specified dimensions.
Visual Inspection.
7 External Visual No defects of abnormalities.
85±3 °C in air for 1000 hours
with Permissive Operating Current.
Measurement at 24±2 hours after test condition.
6 Operational Life
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
85±2 °C, 85%RH in air for 1000 hours
with Permissive Operating Current.
Measurement at 24±2 hours after test condition.
5 Biased Humidity
(*2)
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±10%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Apply the 24-hour heat (25 to 65 °C) and humidity (80 to 98%)
treatment shown below, 10 consecutive times.
Measurement at 24±2 hours after test condition.
4Moisture
Resistance
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Perform 1000 cycles according to the four heat treatments
listed in the following table.
Measurement at 24±2 hours after test condition.
3Temperature
Cycling
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Leave continuously according to the following table for
1000 hours.
Measurement at 24±2 hours after test condition.
2High Temperature
Exposure (Storage)
(*1)
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
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Pre-and
Post-Stress
Electrical Test
-
No. AEC-Q200 Test MethodsSpecifications
AEC-Q200 Test Item
Humidity
90 to 98%
Humidity
80 to 98%
Humidity
90 to 98%
Humidity
80 to 98%
Humidity
90 to 98%
One cycle = 24 hours
Temperature(°C)
Hours
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
0123456789101112131415161718192021222324
Initial measurement
+10deg.C
-2
NCU Series (For AEC-Q200 rev.D)
150±3°C
125±3°C
Operating Temp. Range: -40 to +150°C Type
Operating Temp. Range: -40 to +125°C Type
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
· The Test Condition specification (*1,*2) is applied to the follow P/N.
P/N: NCU15XH103ppSRp, NCU15WB473ppSRp, NCU15WF104ppSRp, NCU18XH103ppSRp
(*1) Resistance(R25) change should be less than 1%
B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than 1%
(*2) Resistance(R25) change should be less than 5%
B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than 1%
aType
0.4
0.6
b
1.2
1.8
c
0.5
0.6
NCU15_SRC
NCU18_SRB
aType
0.4
1.0
b
1.5
3.0
c
(in mm)
(in mm)
0.5
1.2
NCU15_SRC
NCU18_SRB
Per AEC-Q200-006
Apply a *17.7N force to the side of device for 60 seconds.
Use follow land size.
*4.9N (NCP15_SRC)
20 Terminal Strength
(SMD)
(*1)
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Per AEC-Q200-005
Bend the board 2.0mm for 60 seconds.
Use the follow land size.
19 Board Flex
(*1)
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
18 Flammability N/A
Resistance at 25 °C.
B-constant (B25-50)
17 Electrical
Characterization Within the specified tolerance.
Per J-STD-002
SMD b) Method B @ 215 °C category 3.
16 Solderability Minimum 95% of the whole electrode surface
should be covered with solder.
Per AEC-Q200-002
15 ESD
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
Perform 300 cycles according to the two heat treatments listed
in the following table. (Maximum transfer time is 20 seconds.)
Measurement at 24±2 hours after test condition.
14 Thermal Shock
· Resistance(R25) change should be less than ±5%.
· B-constant(B25/50) change should be less than ±2%.
· No visible damage.
No. AEC-Q200 Test MethodsSpecifications
AEC-Q200 Test Item
a
c
b
a
c
b
1Step
-55+0/-3
15±3
2
125+3/-0
15±3
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type Specifications and Test Methods
Solder NTC Thermistor on the Glass Epoxy PCB as shown
below.
Frequency: 10Hz to 2000Hz to 10Hz (20min.)
Max. amplitude: 3.0mm
Vibrated for a period of 4hrs. in three (3) directions
perpendicularly intersecting each other (for total of 12hrs.).
8 Vibration Resistant
· Resistance (R25)
change should be less than ±1%
· B-constant (B25-50)
change should be less than ±1%
· No visible damage.
Mount NTC Thermistor with conductive glue on Ceramic
substrate, and apply 4.90N of force as shown below.:
7 Robustness of Electrode · No peeling of the electrodes.
1000 cycles of the following sequence without loading.
6 Thermal Shock
85±2°C, 85%RH in air, with Permissive Operating Current (D.C.
0.31mA) for 1000 +48/-0 hours.
5High Temperature Humidity
Load
150±3°C in air, with Permissive Operating Current (D.C.
0.31mA) for 1000 +48/-0 hours.
4 High Temperature Load
60±2°C, 90 to 95%RH in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without
loading.
3 Damp Heat
· Resistance (R25) change should be less than ±3%
· B-constant (B25-50) change should be less than ±1%
· No visible damage.
-40±3°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading. 2 Cold
· Resistance (R25) change should be less than ±1%
· B-constant (B25-50) change should be less than ±1%
· No visible damage.
150±3°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.1 Dry Heat
· Resistance (R25) change should be less than ±3%
· B-constant (B25-50) change should be less than ±1%
· No visible damage.
· NTC Thermistor should be mounted on the Ceramic substrate with "Standard Land Dimensions" by our recommendable conductive glue (PC3000:
Manufactured by Heraeus) and be tested. Thickness of the conductive glue screening should be 50μm.
· R25 means the zero-power resistance at 25°C.
· B25-50 is calculated by the zero-power resistances of NTC Thermistor at 25°C and at 50°C.
· After each test, NTC Thermistor should be kept for 1 hour at room temperature (normal humidity and normal atmospheric pressure).
Then the resistances (R25 and R50) should be measured and the appearance should be visually examined.
· In the case that of R25 or B25-50 changes are greater than the specified value due to the method of mounting with conductive glue, these specifications
should be judged by an evaluation with the chip only (not mounting).
No. Method of ExaminationRating valueItem
NTC
F
F
Ceramic Substrate
NTC
Ceramic Substrate
Temp. (°C)
Step
-55+0/-3
+150+3/-0
Time (minute)
15
15
1
2
NCG18 Series (For Conductive Glue)
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type !Caution/Notice
!Caution (Storage and Operating Conditions)
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 product
characteristics or cause failures and burn-out.
1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas
(Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas,
Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.)
2. Volatile or flammable gas
3. Dusty conditions
4. Under vacuum, or under high or low pressure
5. Wet or humid locations
6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or
organic solvents
7. Strong vibrations
8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions
exist
!Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function
on your product to prevent secondary damages that may be
caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our
product.
Notice (Storage and Operating Conditions)
To keep the mounting nature of product from declining,
the following storage conditions are recommended.
1. Storage condition:
Temperature -10 to +40°C
Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition)
2. Storage term:
Use this product within 6 months after delivery by
first-in and first-out stocking system.
3. Storage place:
Do not store this product in corrosive gas
(Sulfuric acid gas, Chlorine gas, etc.) or in direct
sunlight.
Notice (Rating)
Use this product within the specified temperature
range.
Higher temperature may cause deterioration of the
characteristics or the material quality of this
product.
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued on the following page.
Locate this
product
horizontal to
the direction in
which stress
acts.
Keep this product on the
PC Board away from the
Separation Line.
Worst
A-C-B-D
Better
Component Direction
Mounting Close to Board Separation Line
A
B
D
C
Perforation
Holes
Slit
1. Mounting Position
Choose a mounting position that minimizes the stress
imposed on the chip during flexing or bending of the
board.
2. 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 metalization 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
following figures. (For example, Reflow peak
temperature: 260°C, twice -> The total accumulated
soldering time at 260°C is within 30 seconds.)
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
Time (sec.)
Temperature (°C)
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
210
0102030
Time (sec.)
Temperature (°C)
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
210 0 1109020 30 40 50 60 70 1008010
Time (sec.)
Temperature (°C)
280
270
260
250
240
230
220 09020 30 40 50 60 70 8010
NCU15 Series
Allowable Flow Soldering Temp. and Time
NCU18 Series
(Worse) (Better)
Notice (Soldering and Mounting) NCU15/18 Series
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
Continued on the following page.
For removing the flux after soldering, observe the
following points in order to avoid deterioration of the
characteristics or any change of the external electrodes'
quality.
F*#1#)##.+-3,2#".021,"2&#13 1202#$0-+,
occurrence of resonance in ultrasonic cleaning.
F*#1#"-,-2!*#,2&#.0-"3!21',2&#!1#-$31',%
non-washed type flux.
H{J-*"#0,"12#
(a) Reflow Soldering: NCU15/NCU18 Series
Use RA/RMA type or equivalent type of solder paste.
For your reference, we are using the solder paste
below for any internal tests of this product.
F zzQ~Q|zH,B }52B}52J
(Manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd.)
F zQ||{Q~|Q{{
H,B%B3@52B}@z52Bz@52J
(Manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., Ltd.)
(b) Flow Soldering: NCU18 Series
We are using the following solder paste for any
internal tests of this product.
F,B }52B}52
F,B%B3@52B}@z52Bz@52
(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.
*#1#"-,-231#2&#1#27.#1-$r36@
F20-,%!'"'!r36H5'2&&*'"#!-,2#,2#6!##"',%
z@{52J@
F2#0Q1-*3 *#r36
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type
flux.)
NCU15 NCU18
4. Solder and Flux
5. Cleaning Conditions
Isopropyl Alcohol
Less than 5 minutes at
room temp. or less than
2 minutes at 40°C max.
Less than 5 minutes
20W/ Frequency of 28
2-~z)8@
After cleaning, promptly dry this product.
Isopropyl Alcohol
Less than 5 minutes at
room temp. or less than
2 minutes at 40°C max.
Less than 1
minute
20W/
Frequency of
1#4#0*{z2-{zz)8@
Solvent
Dipping Cleaning
Ultrasonic Cleaning
Drying
}@#!-++#," *##+.#0230#0-q*#$-0-*"#0',%
HJ,13t!'#,2.0#&#2',%+7!31#!0!)-,2&#!#0+'!
-"7@&#"'s#0#,!# #25##,.0#&#2',%2#+.#0230#
and maximum temperature in the profile shall be 100 °C.
(b) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other means is
not recommended.
* In the case of repeated soldering, the accumulated
soldering time should be within the range shown in "2.
**-5 *#-*"#0',%#+.#0230#,"'+#@
Reflow Soldering Conditions
Reflow Soldering Conditions
#+.#0230#HC)
0#&#2',%H','0J
Soldering
Gradual Cooling
(in air)
}zz
200
100
01-2 min. *10sec.
0#&#2',%B{z±10°C, 1-2 min.
-*"#0',%B|}zQ|zC, 10sec.
#+.#0230#HC)
0#&#2',%H','0J
Soldering
Gradual Cooling
(in air)
}zz
200
100
01-2 min. *20sec.
0#&#2',%B{z±10°C, 1-2 min.
-*"#0',%B|}zQ|zC, 20sec.
#+.#0230#HC)
0#&#2',%H','0J
Soldering
Gradual Cooling
(in air)
}zz
200
100
01-2 min. *20sec.
0#&#2',%B{z±10°C, 1-2 min.
-*"#0',%B|~zQ|zC, 20sec.
NCU15 Series
Flow Soldering Conditions
NCU18 Series
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
FThin or insufficient adhesive may result in loose
component contact with land during flow soldering.
FLow viscosity adhesive causes chips to slip after
mounting.
NCU15
NCU18
150μm
200μm
1/3E
<
=
T
<
=
E
0.2mm
<
=
T
<
=
E
Part Number The Solder Paste Thickness T
Reference: Optimum Solder Amount
T
E
Electrode
Solder Solder
FThe amount of solder is critical. Standard height of fillet
is shown in the table below.
FToo much soldering may cause mechanical stress,
resulting in cracking, mechanical and/or electronic
damage.
7. Adhesive Application and Curing
6. Printing Conditions of Solder Paste
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. Recommendable Land Size
Too small a land size parameter 'a' may cause an
electric short mode of this product by conductive glue
expanding on the surface of this product on mounting.
2. Recommendable Conductive Glue
· PC3000 (Manufactured by Heraeus)
3. Screening Conditions of Conductive glue
(1) Recommendable Screening Size
(2) Recommendable thickness of conductive glue
screening shall be 50μm.
(3) Too much conductive glue gives an electric short
mode of this product by conductive glue expanding on
the surface of this product on mounting.
4. There is a possibility of unexpected failure in your
mounting process, caused by mounting conditions.
Please evaluate whether this product is correctly
mounted under your mounting conditions.
a
0.6Land pad size
b
0.6
c
1.0
(in mm)
a'
0.65Land pad size
b'
0.55
c'
0.95
(in mm)
a
b
c
a'
b'
c'
Notice (Mounting) NCG18 Series
Notice (Handling)
The ceramic of this product is fragile, and care must
be taken not to load an excessive press-force or
to give a shock at handling.
Such forces may cause cracking or chipping.
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Thermo String Cooper Wire Type for Temperature Sensor
This product is a small flexible lead type NTC Thermistor
with a small head and a thin lead wire.
Features
1. High accuracy and high sensibility temperature sensing
is available in a small and highly accurate NTC
Thermistor.
2. Narrow space temperature sensing is available from the
small sensing head and the thin lead wire.
3. Flexibility and a wide variety of lengths (25 mm to
150mm)
enables the design of flexible temperature sensing
architectures.
4. This product is compatible with our 0402 (EIA) size
chip Thermistor.
5. Excellent long-time aging stability
6. This is a halogen-free product.*
* Cl= max.900ppm,
Br=max.900ppm and Cl+Br=max.1500ppm
7. Lead is not contained in the product.
Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation
2. Various engine control units
3. Circuits for ETC equipment
4. Various motor driving circuits
5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
1.2±0.4
25 to 100±2
110 to 150±3
3+2/-1
1.2±0.4
ø0.30±0.05
The full length 25mm, 30 to 150mm interval 10mm. (in mm)
NXFS15_1B Type (twist)
1.2±0.4
25 to 100±2
110 to 150±3
3+2/-1
1.2±0.4
ø0.30±0.05
The full length 25mm, 30 to 150mm interval 10mm. (in mm)
NXFS15_2B Type (without twist)
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Rated Electric
Power (25°C)
(mW)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
Thermal Time
Constant
(25°C) (s)
NXFS15XV302FApBppp
3k±1% 3936±1% 3971 3977 3988 0.22 7.5 1.5 4
NXFS15XH103FApBppp
10k ±1% 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.12 7.5 1.5 4
NXFS15XV103FApBppp
10k ±1% 3936 ±1% 3971 3977 3988 0.12 7.5 1.5 4
NXFS15WB473FApBppp
47k ±1% 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.06 7.5 1.5 4
NXFS15WF104FApBppp
100k ±1% 4250 ±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.04 7.5 1.5 4
p is filled with lead shape (1: twist, 2: without twist).
ppp is filled with total-length codes. (25mm, 30-150mm interval 10mm, ex. 050=50mm)
Maximum Operating Current raises Thermistor's temperature by 0.1°C.
Rated Electric Power is necessary electric power for Thermistor's temperature to rise 5°C by self heating at 25°C in still air.
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ntc/nxf
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Thermo String Nickel Copper Wire Type for Temperature Sensor
This product is a small flexible lead type NTC Thermistor
with a small head and a thin lead wire.
Features
1. High accuracy and high sensibility temperature sensing
is available in a small and highly accurate NTC
Thermistor.
Nickel Copper Wire Type has high thermal response than
the Cooper Wire Type.
2. Narrow space temperature sensing is available from the
small sensing head and the thin lead wire.
3. Flexibility and a wide variety of lengths (25 mm to 50mm)
enables the design of flexible temperature sensing
architectures.
4. This product is compatible with our 0402 (EIA) size
chip Thermistor.
5. Excellent long-time aging stability
6. This is a halogen-free product.*
* Cl= max.900ppm,
Br=max.900ppm and Cl+Br=max.1500ppm
7. Lead is not contained in the product.
Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation
2. Various engine control units
3. Circuits for ETC equipment
4. Various motor driving circuits
5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
1.2±0.4
25 to 50±2
3+2/-1
1.2±0.4
ø0.30±0.05
The full length 25mm, 30 to 50mm interval 10mm. (in mm)
NXFS15_AB Type (without twist)
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Rated Electric
Power (25°C)
(mW)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
Thermal Time
Constant
(25°C) (s)
NXFS15XV302FEABppp
3k±1% 3936±1% 3971 3977 3988 0.14 3 0.6 3
NXFS15XH103FEABppp
10k±1% 3380±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.077 3 0.6 3
NXFS15XV103FEABppp
10k±1% 3936±1% 3971 3977 3988 0.077 3 0.6 3
NXFS15WF104FEABppp
100k±1% 4250±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.024 3 0.6 3
ppp is filled with total-length codes. (25, 30, 40, 50mm, ex. 050=50mm)
Maximum Operating Current raises Thermistor's temperature by 0.1°C.
Rated Electric Power is necessary electric power for Thermistor's temperature to rise 5°C by self heating at 25°C in still air.
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ntc/nxf
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NTC Thermistors Thermo String Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
197.388
149.395
114.345
88.381
68.915
54.166
42.889
34.196
27.445
22.165
18.010
14.720
12.099
10.000
8.309
6.939
5.824
4.911
4.160
3.539
3.024
2.593
2.233
1.929
1.673
1.455
1.270
1.112
0.976
0.860
0.759
0.673
0.598
0.532
337.503
243.332
177.496
130.859
97.428
73.230
55.529
42.467
32.747
25.450
19.932
15.727
12.498
10.000
8.054
6.529
5.324
4.366
3.601
2.985
2.488
2.083
1.752
1.480
1.256
1.070
0.916
0.787
0.679
0.588
0.512
0.446
0.391
0.343
1690.590
1215.320
882.908
647.911
480.069
359.009
270.868
206.113
158.126
122.267
95.256
74.754
59.075
47.000
37.636
30.326
24.583
20.043
16.433
13.545
11.223
9.345
7.818
6.571
5.548
4.704
4.004
3.422
2.936
2.528
2.184
1.893
1.646
1.436
4221.280
2995.040
2147.000
1554.600
1136.690
839.019
624.987
469.678
355.975
272.011
209.489
162.559
127.057
100.000
79.222
63.167
50.677
40.904
33.195
27.091
22.224
18.323
15.184
12.635
10.566
8.873
7.481
6.337
5.384
4.594
3.934
3.380
2.916
2.522
NXFS15XH103 NXFS15XV103 NXFS15WB473 NXFS15WF104
10kΩ
3380K
Resistance (kΩ)
101.251
73.000
53.249
39.258
29.228
21.969
16.659
12.740
9.824
7.635
5.980
4.718
3.749
3.000
2.416
1.959
1.597
1.310
1.080
0.896
0.746
0.625
0.526
0.444
0.377
0.321
0.275
0.236
0.204
0.177
0.154
0.134
0.117
0.103
NXFS15XV302
3kΩ
3936K
Resistance (kΩ)
10kΩ
3936K
Resistance (kΩ)
47kΩ
4050K
Resistance (kΩ)
100kΩ
4250K
Resistance (kΩ)
–40
–35
–30
–25
–20
–15
–10
–5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
Part Number
Resistance
B-Constant
Temp. (°C)
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NTC Thermistors Thermo String Type Specifications and Test Methods
Except XV302 XV302
Continued on the following page.
The lead wire shall be inserted in a ø1.0mm hole until resin part
contacts with a substrate as shown in Fig-2. And 1N force for
10 seconds shall be applied to the lead wire.
Fig-2
9Lead Wire Pull
Strength
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
Both lead wires are dipped into flux (25wt% Colophony <JIS K
5902> isopropyl alcohol <JIS K 8839>) for 5 to 10 seconds.
Then both lead wires are dipped into 245±5°C solder
<Su-3.0Ag-0.5Cu> for 2±0.5 seconds according to Fig-1.
8 Solderability · More than 90% of lead wire surface shall be covered by
solder.
Both lead wires are dipped into 350±10°C solder for 3.5±0.5
seconds, or 260±5°C solder for 10±1 seconds according to
Fig-1 (solder <Su-3.0Ag-0.5Cu>).
Fig-1
7Resistance to
Soldering Heat
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
2mm length of coating resin from the top of Thermistor is to be
dipped into beads of lead (Pb), and DC100V is applied to circuit
between beads of lead (Pb) and lead wire for 1 minute.
6Insulation Break -
down Voltage · No damage electrical characteristics on DC100 V, 1 min.
-55 +0/-3°C, 30 minutes in air
+125 +3/-0°C, 30 minutes in air (1 cycle)
Continuous 1000 cycles, without loading.
5 Thermal Shock
· Resistance (R25°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±3%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· Resistance (R25°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±3%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±2%.
85±2°C , 85%RH in air with 'Operating Current for Sensor,' for
1000 +48/-0 hours.
4High Humidity
Load Test
85±2°C, 85%RH in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.3Humidity Storage
Test · Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±2%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
-40 +0/-3°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.
· Resistance (R25°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
2Low Temperature
Storage Test
125±2°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.1High Temperature
Storage Test
· Resistance (R25°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· Resistance (R25°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±3%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C)
fluctuation rate: less than ±2%.
No. Test MethodsSpecificationsItem
* · R25 is zero-power resistance at 25°C.
· B25/50 is calculated by zero-power resistance of Thermistor in 25°C -50°C.
· After each test, NTC Thermistor should be kept for 1 hour at room temperature (normal humidity and normal atmospheric pressure).
Solder
1 to 2mm
1N (10 sec.)
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NTC Thermistors Thermo String Type Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
NTC Thermistor shall be fixed to the vibration test equipment
as shown below.
Frequency: 10Hz to 2000Hz to 10Hz (20min.)
Max. amplitude: 1.5mm
Vibrated for a period of 2hrs. in three (3) directions
perpendicularly intersecting each other (for total of 12hrs.)
12 Vibration
NTC Thermistor shall be dropped without any force onto
concrete floor from 1 meter height one time.
11 Free Fall
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· No visible damage at resin part.
* · R25 is zero-power resistance at 25°C.
· B25/50 is calculated by zero-power resistance of Thermistor in 25°C -50°C.
· After each test, NTC Thermistor should be kept for 1 hour at room temperature (normal humidity and normal atmospheric pressure).
Hold the lead wires as in Fig-3. Bend by 90 degrees and again
bend back to the initial position. Then bend to the other side by
90 degrees and again bend back to the initial position. After
bending process, 10N force for 3 seconds shall be applied to
the lead wire.
Fig-3
10 Lead Wire Bending
Strength · Lead wire does not break.
No. Test MethodsSpecificationsItem
Mount
Solder is attached
from the reverse side.
The resin head is held
against the mount.
10N (3 sec.)
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NTC Thermistors Thermo String Type !Caution/Notice
!Caution (Storage and Operating Conditions)
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 product
characteristics or cause failures and burn-out.
1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas
(Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas,
Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.)
2. Volatile or flammable gas
3. Dusty conditions
4. Under vacuum, or under high or low pressure
5. Wet or humid locations
6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or
organic solvents
7. Strong vibrations
8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions
exist
!Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function
on your product to prevent secondary damages that may be
caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our
product.
Notice (Storage and Operating Conditions)
To keep solderability of product from declining, the
following storage conditions are recommended.
1. Storage condition:
Temperature -10 to +40°C
Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition)
2. Storage term:
Use this product within 6 months after delivery by
first-in and first-out stocking system.
3. Storage place:
Do not store this product in corrosive gas
(Sulfuric acid gas, Chlorine gas, etc.) or in direct
sunlight.
Notice (Rating)
Use this product within the specified temperature
range.
Higher temperature may cause deterioration of the
characteristics or the material quality of this
product.
Notice (Soldering and Mounting)
Notice (Handling)
The ceramic of this product is fragile, and care must
be taken not to load an excessive press-force or
to give a shock at handling.
Such forces may cause cracking or chipping.
Please note as shown below when you mount this product.
1. Do not melt solder in the resin head when you solder
this product. If you do so, it has a possibility of wire break,
electric short mode failure and wire coating break.
In case you cut the lead wire of this product less than
20mm from the resin head, the heat of the melted solder
at the lead wire edge is propagated easily to the resin
head along the lead wire.
2. Do not touch the resin head directly with the soldering iron.
It may cause the melting of solder in the resin head.
3. Do not separate the parallel lead wires 10mm or less
from the resin head, when you separate parallel lead
wires.
4. If you mold this product by resin, please evaluate
the quality of this product before you use it.
5. Do not bend the lead wire radius 1mm or less when
you bend the lead wire.
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Temperature Sensor Lead Type
(in mm)
10.0 to 50.0±1.0
4.0 max.
2.5±1
The full length 10.0 to 50.0mm interval 10.0mm
2.0 max.
ø0.40±0.05
This thermistor is for normal temperature level sensors
having self-subsistence due to strong lead strength
based on chip NTC.
Features
1. This highly accurate NTC Thermistor provides extremely
precise temperature sensing.
2. This product is compatible with 1005 (1.0mm x 0.5mm)
size NTC Thermistor.
3. The variation per hour of this product is highly stable.
4. This product is produced with an automation line that
was consistent from lead to packaging so that a product
of uniform quality may be obtained at low cost in large
quantities.
5. Since this product has strong lead intensity with original
lead mounting technique, it is bent at the time of use and
can withstand processing, etc., readily.
Taping package can be supported.
Applications
1. For temperature detection of a car airconditioning
2. For temperature detection of a car electrical component
3. For temperature detection of a car light
4.
For temperature detection of a medical equipment rank "C"
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Rated Electric
Power (25°C)
(mW)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
Thermal Time
Constant
(25°C) (s)
NXRS15XM202EA1Bppp
2k ±3% 3500 ±1% 3539 3545 3560 0.27 7.5 1.5 4
NXRS15XV502FA1Bppp
5k ±1% 3936 ±1% 3972 3977 3989 0.17 7.5 1.5 4
NXRS15XH103FA1Bppp
10k ±1% 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.12 7.5 1.5 4
NXRS15XV103FA1Bppp
10k ±1% 3936 ±1% 3971 3977 3988 0.12 7.5 1.5 4
NXRS15WB333JA1Bppp
33k ±5% 4050 ±3% 4101 4108 4131 0.07 7.5 1.5 4
NXRS15WB473FA1Bppp
47k ±1% 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.06 7.5 1.5 4
NXRS15WF104FA1Bppp
100k ±1% 4250 ±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.04 7.5 1.5 4
ppp is filled with Total-length codes. (10 to 50mm interval 10mm, ex. 040=40mm)
Maximum Operating Current rises Thermistor's temperature by 0.1°C.
Rated Electric Power is necessary electric power that thermistor's temperature rises 5°C by self-heating at 25°C in still air.
Taping type of part numbers with "3A016" is available (Lead Spacing=5mm).
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ntc/nxr
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NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Lead Type Specifications and Test Methods
NTC thermistor shall be fixed to the vibration test Equipment.
Vibration of total 1.5mm amplitude, Frequency sequence of
10Hz – 2000Hz – 10Hz in 20 minute, shall be applied for right
angled 3 directions for 2 hours duration each.
12 Vibration
NTC thermistor shall be dropped without any force onto
concrete floor from 1 meter height one time.
11 Free Fall
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· No visible damage at resin part.
* · R25 is zero-power resistance at 25°C.
· B25/50 is calculated by zero-power resistance of Thermistor in 25°C-50°C.
· After each test, NTC Thermistor should be kept for 1 hour at room temperature (normal humidity and normal atmospheric pressure).
One lead wire is held and 2.5N force is applied. Then the body
of NTC thermistor is bent by 90° and again bent back to the
initial position. This sequence shall be completed twice. See
Fig-3.
Fig-3
10 Lead Wire Bending
Strength · Lead wire does not break.
One end of a lead wire shall be fixed and 2.5N force for 10
seconds shall be applied to the other lead wire as shown in
Fig-2.
Fig-2
9Lead Wire Pull
Strength
· Resistance(R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant(B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· No visible damage at resin part.
Both lead wires are dipped into flux (25wt% colophony
<JIS K 5902> isopropyl alcohol <JIS K 8839>) for 5 to 10
seconds. Then both lead wires are dipped into 245±5°C solder
<Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu> for 2±0.5 seconds according to Fig-1.
8 Solderability · More than 90% of lead wire surface shall be covered by
solder.
Both lead wires are dipped into 350±10°C solder for 3.5±0.5
seconds, or 260±5°C solder for 10±1 seconds according to
Fig-1. (solder <Sn-3Ag-0.5Cu>)
Fig-1
7Resistance to
Soldering Heat
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
2mm length of coating resin from the top of thermistor is to be
dipped into beads of lead (Pb), and DC100V 1 minute is applied
to circuit between beads of lead (Pb) and lead wire.
6Insulation Break -
down Voltage · No damage electrical characteristics on D.C.100 V, 1 min.
-40°C +0/-3°C, 30 minutes in air
+125°C +3/-0°C, 30 minutes in air
Continuous 100 cycles, without loading.
5 Thermal Shock
85±2°C, 85±5%RH in air, with ‘Operating Current for Sensor’
for 1000 +48/-0 hrs.
4Humidity Load
Test
125±2°C in air, with ‘Operating Current for Sensor’ for
1000 +48/-0 hrs.
3High Temperature
Load Test
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±3%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
125±2°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.
2High Temperature
Storage Test
-40 +0/-3°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.
1Low Temperature
Storage Test · Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%
No. Test MethodsSpecificationsItem
Solder
2.5N (10sec.)
2.5N
90°
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NTC Thermistors for Automotive
Temperature Sensor Lead Insulation Type
This thermistor is for normal temperature level sensors
having self-subsistence due to strong lead strength
based on chip NTC.
Features
1. NXR series can accurately detect temperature with
NCP15 series on the head of parts.
2. The insulation coat with polyulethane on the surface of
lead wire : 100VDC.
3. You can choose NTC characteristics from NCP15 series.
4. The resistance drift is low in the reliability test.
5. The production capacity is bigger and NXR is produced
almost entirely in an automation line.
6. Adopt to Sb regulation
Applications
1. For temperature detection of a car airconditioning
2. For temperature detection of a car electrical component
3. For temperature detection of a car light
4.
For temperature detection of a medical equipment rank "C"
(in mm)
25.0 to 50.0±1.0
(5.0mm)
4.0 max.
The full length 25.0 to 50.0mm interval 5.0mm
A: Epoxy Resin
B: Copper Lead Wire with Polyurethane Coat
2.5±1.0
0.46±0.05
2.0 max.
A
B
Part Number
Resistance
(25°C)
(ohm)
B-Constant
(25-50°C)
(K)
B-Constant
(25-80°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-85°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
B-Constant
(25-100°C)
(Reference Value) (K)
Maximum Operating
Current (25°C)
(mA)
Rated Electric
Power (25°C)
(mW)
Typical Dissipation
Constant (25°C)
(mW/°C)
Thermal Time
Constant
(25°C) (s)
NXRS15XM202EA5Bppp
2k ±3% 3500 ±1% 3539 3545 3560 0.36 13 2.6 4
NXRS15XV302FA5Bppp
3k ±1% 3936 ±1% 3972 3977 3989 0.29 13 2.6 4
NXRS15XV502FA5Bppp
5k ±1% 3936 ±1% 3972 3977 3989 0.22 13 2.6 4
NXRS15XH103FA5Bppp
10k ±1% 3380 ±1% 3428 3434 3455 0.16 13 2.6 4
NXRS15XV103FA5Bppp
10k ±1% 3936 ±1% 3971 3977 3988 0.16 13 2.6 4
NXRS15WB333JA5Bppp
33k ±5% 4050 ±3% 4101 4108 4131 0.08 13 2.6 4
NXRS15WB473FA5Bppp
47k ±1% 4050 ±1% 4101 4108 4131 0.07 13 2.6 4
NXRS15WF104FA5Bppp
100k ±1% 4250 ±1% 4303 4311 4334 0.05 13 2.6 4
ppp is fulled with Total-length codes (25 to 50mm interval 5mm, ex. 030=30mm).
Maximum Operating Current rises Thermistor's temperature by 0.1°C.
Rated Electric Power is necessary electric power that thermistor's temperature rises 5°C by self-heating at 25°C in still air.
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +125°C
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ntc/nxr
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NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Lead Insulation Type Specifications and Test Methods
2mm length of coating resin from the top of thermistor is to be
dipped into beads of lead (Pb), and DC100V 1 minute is applied
to circuit between beads of lead (Pb) and lead wire.
12
Dielectric
Breakdown
Voltage
· No damage electrical characteristics on D.C.100V, 1 min.
-40°C +0/-3°C, 30 minutes in air
+125°C +3/-0°C, 30 minutes in air
Continuous 100 +4/-0 cycles, without loading.
11 Thermal Shock
85±2°C, 85±5%RH in air, with ‘Operating Current for Sensor’
for 1000 +48/-0 hrs.
10 Humidity with
Continuous Load
125±2°C in air, with ‘Operating Current for Sensor’
for 1000 +48/-0 hrs.
9
High Temperature
with Continuous
Load
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±3%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
125±2°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.
8 Dry Heat
-40 +0/-3°C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hours without loading.
7 Cold · Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
NTC thermistor shall be fixed to the vibration test equipment.
Vibration of total 1.5 mm amplitude, frequency sequence of
10Hz - 2000Hz - 10Hz in 20 minute, shall be applied for right
angled 3 directions for 2 hours duration each.
6 Vibration
NTC thermistor shall be dropped without any force onto
concrete floor from 1 meter height one time.
5 Free Fall
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· No visible damage at resin part.
One lead wire is held and 2.5N force is applied. Then the body
of NTC thermistor is bent by 90° and again bent back to the
initial position. This sequence shall be completed twice. See
Fig-3.
Fig-3
4Lead Wire Bending
Strength · Lead wire does not break.
One end of a lead wire shall be fixed and 2.5N force for 10
seconds shall be applied to the other lead wire as shown in
Fig-2.
Fig-2
3Lead Wire
Breaking Strength
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
Both lead wires are dipped into flux (25wt% colophony
<JIS K 5902> isopropyl alcohol <JIS K 8839>) for 5 to 10
seconds. Then both lead wire are dipped into 245±5°C solder
<SnAgCu> for 2±0.5 seconds according to Fig-1.
2Solderability
(Flow)
· More than 90% of lead wsire surface shall be covered by
solder.
Both lead wires are dipped into 350±10°C solder for 3.5±0.5
seconds, or 260 ±5°C solder for 10±1 seconds according to
Fig-1. (solder <SnAgCu>)
Fig-1
1
Resistance to
Soldering Heat
(Flow)
· Resistance (R25°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
· B-Constant (B25/50°C) fluctuation rate: less than ±1%.
No. Test MethodsSpecificationsItem
2.5N
90°
2.5N (10sec.)
Solder
1 to 2mm
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NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Lead/Lead Insulation Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)
44.981
33.671
25.444
19.417
14.955
11.619
9.097
7.178
5.707
4.568
3.682
2.986
2.437
2.000
1.651
1.370
1.143
0.958
0.807
0.682
0.580
0.495
0.424
0.365
0.315
0.273
0.237
0.207
0.181
0.160
0.141
0.124
0.110
0.098
101.251
73.000
53.249
39.258
29.228
21.969
16.659
12.740
9.824
7.635
5.980
4.718
3.749
3.000
2.416
1.959
1.597
1.310
1.080
0.896
0.746
0.625
0.526
0.444
0.377
0.321
0.275
0.236
0.204
0.177
0.154
0.134
0.117
0.103
168.752
121.666
88.748
65.430
48.714
36.615
27.764
21.233
16.374
12.725
9.966
7.864
6.249
5.000
4.027
3.264
2.662
2.183
1.801
1.493
1.244
1.041
0.876
0.740
0.628
0.535
0.458
0.394
0.340
0.294
0.256
0.223
0.195
0.172
195.652
148.171
113.347
87.559
68.237
53.650
42.506
33.892
27.219
22.021
17.926
14.674
12.081
10.000
8.315
6.948
5.834
4.917
4.161
3.535
3.014
2.586
2.228
1.925
1.669
1.452
1.268
1.110
0.974
0.858
0.758
0.672
0.596
0.531
337.503
243.332
177.496
130.859
97.428
73.230
55.529
42.467
32.747
25.450
19.932
15.727
12.498
10.000
8.054
6.529
5.324
4.366
3.601
2.985
2.488
2.083
1.752
1.480
1.256
1.070
0.916
0.787
0.679
0.588
0.512
0.446
0.391
0.343
1227.263
874.449
630.851
460.457
339.797
253.363
190.766
144.964
111.087
85.842
66.861
52.470
41.471
33.000
26.430
21.298
17.266
14.076
11.538
9.506
7.870
6.549
5.475
4.595
3.874
3.282
2.789
2.379
2.038
1.751
1.509
1.306
1.134
0.987
1747.920
1245.428
898.485
655.802
483.954
360.850
271.697
206.463
158.214
122.259
95.227
74.730
59.065
47.000
37.643
30.334
24.591
20.048
16.433
13.539
11.209
9.328
7.798
6.544
5.518
4.674
3.972
3.388
2.902
2.494
2.150
1.860
1.615
1.406
4397.119
3088.599
2197.225
1581.881
1151.037
846.579
628.988
471.632
357.012
272.500
209.710
162.651
127.080
100.000
79.222
63.167
50.677
40.904
33.195
27.091
22.224
18.323
15.184
12.635
10.566
8.873
7.481
6.337
5.384
4.594
3.934
3.380
2.916
2.522
NXRS15XM202 NXRS15XV302 NXRS15XV502 NXRS15XH103 NXRS15XV103 NXRS15WB333 NXRS15WB473 NXRS15WF104
2.0kΩ
3500K
Resistance (kΩ)
3.0kΩ
3936K
Resistance (kΩ)
5.0kΩ
3936K
Resistance (kΩ)
10kΩ
3380K
Resistance (kΩ)
10kΩ
3936K
Resistance (kΩ)
33kΩ
4050K
Resistance (kΩ)
47kΩ
4050K
Resistance (kΩ)
100kΩ
4250K
Resistance (kΩ)
–40
–35
–30
–25
–20
–15
–10
–5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
Part Number
Resistance
B-Constant
Temp. (°C)
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NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Lead/Lead Insulation Type !Caution/Notice
!Caution (Storage and Operating Conditions)
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 product
characteristics or cause failures and burn-out.
1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas
(Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas,
Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.)
2. Volatile or flammable gas
3. Dusty conditions
4. Under vacuum, or under high or low pressure
5. Wet or humid locations
6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or
organic solvents
7. Strong vibrations
8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions
exist
!Caution (Others)
Notice (Storage and Operating Conditions)
Notice (Rating)
Use this product within the specified temperature
range.
Higher temperature may cause deterioration of the
characteristics or the material quality of this
product.
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.
To keep the solderability of the product from degrading,
the following storage condition is recommended.
1. Storage condition:
Temperature -10 to +40°C
Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition)
2. Storage term:
Use this product within 6 months after delivery by
first-in and first-out stocking system.
3. Handling after unpacking:
After unpacking, reseal product promptly or
store it in a sealed container with a drying agent.
4. Storage place:
Do not store this product in corrosive gas
(Sulfuric acid gas, Chlorine gas, etc.) or in direct
sunlight.
Notice (Soldering and Mounting)
Please note as shown below when you mount this product.
1. Do not melt the solder in the resin head, when you solder
this product. If you melt the solder in resin the head,
the wire could break and short.
If you cut the lead wire of this product less than 8mm
from the resin head, the heat of the melted solder at the
lead wire edge is propagated easily to the resin head
along the lead wire. Please do not cut this product below
9mm.
2. Do not touch the resin head directly with the solder iron.
It may cause the melting of solder in the resin head.
3. If you mold this product with resin, please evaluate
the quality of this product before you use it.
Continued on the following page.
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NTC Thermistors Temperature Sensor Lead/Lead Insulation Type !Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
Notice (Soldering and Mounting) Insulation Type
Notice (Handling)
1. The ceramic element of this product is fragile, and
care must be taken not to load an excessive
press-force or not to cause a shock at handling.
Such forces may cause cracking or chipping.
2. Do not apply excessive force to the lead.
Otherwise, it may cause the junction between lead and
element to break or crack. Holding the element by the
side lead wire is recommended when lead wire is bent
or cut.
Notice (Handling) Insulation Type
1. The ceramic element of this product is fragile, and
care must be taken not to load an excessive
press-force or not to cause a shock at handling.
Such forces may cause cracking or chipping.
Especially under high-temperature environment,
there is a possibility that epoxy resin will become soft.
When you set up the processing environment, please
examine the processing method after evaluating the
quality of this product.
2. Do not apply excessive force to the lead.
Otherwise, it may cause the junction between lead and
element to break or crack.
Holding the element by the side lead wire is recommended
when lead wire is bent or cut.
Handle the lead with care; there is a possibility
that a crack may go into the polyurethane
insulated coat when bending the lead.
Please note as shown below when you mount this product.
1. Do not melt the solder in the resin head when you solder
this product. (more than 25mm in full length of the
product).
If you melt the solder in the resin head, it has posibility
that the wire could break and short.
2. Do not touch the resin head directly with the solder iron.
It may cause the melting of solder in the resin head.
3. When additonal processing is carried out on this product
(such as bonding, resin molding, and resin coating, etc.),
please perform an audit of quality level on an automated
machine and only use the product after confirming its
reliability.
Please talk to us if you have concern matter, like
process it under the high temperature and the high
pressure.
(For example, exposed to high-temperature and
high-pressure environment as mold sealing with
injection molding.)
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type/Thermo String/Lead Type Package
Continued on the following page.
NCU15
NCU18/NCG18
10,000
4,000
Part Number Paper Tape
-
-
Embossed Tape
Quantity (pcs.)
(in mm)
(in mm)
40 min. 190-250
Vacant Section
210-250
Top Tape alone
Cover Tape alone
Leader Unit
Trailer Unit
Chip-mounting Unit
Direction of Feed
ø180+0/-1.5
ø21.0±0.8
ø13.0±0.2
ø50 min.
2.0±0.5
9.0+1.0/-0 13.0±1.0
(1) A tape in a reel contains Leader unit and Trailer unit where
products are not packed. (Please refer to the figure at
right.)
(2) The top and base tapes or plastic and cover tape are not
stuck at the first five pitches minimum.
(3) A label should be attached on the reel. (MURATA's part
number, inspection number and quantity should be
marked on the label.)
(4) Taping reels are packaged.
1. Dimensions of Reel
2. Taping Method
NXFS
NXRS
NXRS_3A016
1,000
500
-
Part Number Bulk Tape
-
-
2,500
Ammo Pack Taping
Quantity (pcs.)
Minimum Quantity Guide
Chip Type/Tape Carrier Packaging
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type/Thermo String/Lead Type Package
(1) Other Conditions
n
1 Packaging
Products are packaged in the cavity of the base tape and
sealed by top tape and bottom tape.
n
2 Tape
Top tape and bottom tape have no joints and products
are packaged and sealed in the cavity of the base tape,
continuously.
(2) Peeling Force of Top Tape
(3) Pull Strength
Pull strength of top tape is specified at 10N minimum.
Pull strength of bottom tape shall be specified 5N minimum.
3. Paper Tape
NCU15 Series
8mm Width 2mm Pitch Tape
NCU18/NCG18 Series
8mm Width 4mm Pitch Tape
1.1 max.
4.0±0.1 4.0±0.1
2.0±0.05
ø1.5
1.75±0.1
3.5±0.05
8.0±0.3
Direction of Feed
1.05*
0.8 max.
4.0±0.1
2.0±0.05
ø1.5
1.75±0.1
3.5±0.05
1.15*
8.0±0.3
Direction of Feed
0.65*
(in mm)
* Reference Value* Reference Value
165-180° F
Peeling Angle: 165 to 180° against the fixed surface of tape.
Peeling Speed: 300mm/min.
Peeling Force: 0.1 - 0.6N
1.85*
+0.1
–0
+0.1
–0
Continued from the preceding page.
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NTC Thermistors Chip Type/Thermo String/Lead Type Package
P
L3
W3
W1
W0W2
H0H3
D
ød
ΔS T
Δh2Δh1
I
t1
P1
P2
F
øD0
P0
t2
Item
Pitch of Component
Pitch of Sprocket Hole
Lead Spacing
Length from Hole Center to Component Center
Length from Hole Center to Lead
Body Diameter
Deviation Along Tape, Left or Right
Carrier Tape Width
Position of Sprocket Hole
Lead Distance between Reference and Bottom Planes
Height of Component
Protrusion Length
Diameter of Sprocket Hole
Lead Diameter
Total Tape Thickness
Total Thickness, Tape and Lead Wire
Deviation Across Tape
Portion to Cut in Case of Defect
Hold down Tape Width
Hold down Tape Position
Thickness
P
P0
F
P2
P1
D
ΔS
W3
W1
H0
H3
I
øD0
ød
t1
t2
Δh1, Δh2
L3
W0
W2
T
12.7±1.0
12.7±0.3
5.0±1.0
6.35±1.3
3.85±0.7
4.0 max.
0±2.0
18.0±0.5
9.0±0.5
16.0±1.0
7.5±1.0
+0.5 to -1.0
4.0±0.1
0.40±0.05
0.6±0.3
1.6 max.
1.0 max.
11.0
9.5 min.
1.5±1.5
2.0 max.
Dimensions (mm)Code
+0
–2.0
Taping Dimensions (NXRS_3A016 Series)
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PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Automotive
For Overheat Sensing Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
This chip "POSISTOR" is an SMD type for overheat
sensing in power transistors, power diodes and power
ICs in hybrid circuits.
Features
1. The SMD type's small size and light weight are
helpful in miniaturizing the circuit.
2. Excellent thermal response.
3. Elements of solid-state construction provide
excellent mechanical vibration and impact
resistance.
4. Contactless operation provides prolonged service
life and noiseless operation.
5. Lead is not contained in the terminations.
Part Number
LWH
Dimensions (mm)
eg
1.6±0.15 0.8±0.15 0.8±0.15 0.1 to 0.6
-
PRF18_RB
L
e
eg
W
HH
W
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 4.7k ohm)
(°C)
Sensing Temperature
(at 47k ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(ohm)
PRF18AS471QS5RB 145 ±5°C - 32 470 ±50%
PRF18AR471QS5RB 135 ±5°C 150 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BA471QS5RB 125 ±5°C 140 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BB471QS5RB 115 ±5°C 130 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BC471QS5RB 105 ±5°C 120 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BD471QS5RB 95 ±5°C 110 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BE471QS5RB 85 ±5°C 100 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BF471QS5RB 75 ±5°C 90 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BG471QS5RB 65 ±5°C 80 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
This product is applied to flow/reflow soldering.
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +150°C
Part Number
Sensing Temperature
(at 4.7k ohm)
(°C)
Sensing Temperature
(at 47k ohm)
(°C)
Maximum
Voltage
(V)
Resistance
(at 25°C)
(ohm)
PRF18BB471RS5RB 115 ±3°C 130 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BC471RS5RB 105 ±3°C 120 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BD471RS5RB 95 ±3°C 110 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BE471RS5RB 85 ±3°C 100 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BF471RS5RB 75 ±3°C 90 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
PRF18BG471RS5RB 65 ±3°C 80 ±7°C 32 470 ±50%
This product is applied to flow/reflow soldering.
Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +150°C
Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
Chip Tight Tolerance Type 0603 (1608) Size
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ptc/prf
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a
c
Solder resist
(in mm)
b
Land
Chip
Part Number Chip (L x W) a
Dimensions (mm)
bc
1.6 x 0.8
Soldering
Methods
Flow Soldering 0.6-1.0 0.8-0.9 0.6-0.8
Reflow Soldering 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.7 0.6-0.8
PRF18
Standard Land Pattern Dimensions
–40 –20 0 20 40 60
Temperature (°C)
80 100 120 140 160
1
0.1
10
100
1000
Resistance Change (R/R25)
BEBDBC BBBA
AR
AS
BF
BG
R1
R2
Thermal
+Vcc
RL
RE
Connection
PTH
Overheat Protection Circuit
R1
RL1
RL2
RE1
RE2
Load
+Vcc
PTH
Overheat Sensing Circuit
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18AS471QS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18AR471QS5RB
Continued on the following page.
Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)
Resistance-Temperature Characteristics (Typical)
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Continued from the preceding page.
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BA471QS5RB
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
Temperature (°C)
PRF18BB471QS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BC471QS5RB
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
Temperature (°C)
PRF18BD471QS5RB
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
Temperature (°C)
PRF18BE471QS5RB
Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
Temperature (°C)
PRF18BF471QS5RB
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Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)
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Resistance (Ω)
–20–40 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
Temperature (°C)
PRF18BG471QS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–40 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BB471RS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–40 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BC471RS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–40 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BD471RS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–40 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BE471RS5RB
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Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)
Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only) Tight Tolerance Type
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Continued from the preceding page.
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–40 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BF471RS5RB
Temperature (°C)
Resistance (Ω)
–40 –20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160
100
100000
10000
1000
PRF18BG471RS5RB
Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only) Tight Tolerance Type
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Sensing Specifications and Test Methods
Continued on the following page.
· Solder Temp.: 260±5°C
· Solder: Sn63%/Pb37% (or 60%/40%)
· Flux: Containing less than 0.2wt% of chlorine.
· Soaking Time: 10±1 secs.
· Soaking Position: Until a whole electrode is soaked.
· Preheating: 150±5°C 3 mins
This test condition is according to "IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)."
6 Soldering Heat Resistance There is no abnormal appearance after the test.
Resistance change is less than ±20%. *2
· Solder Temp.: 230±5°C
· Solder: Sn63%/Pb37% (or 60%/40%)
· Soaking Time: 3±0.3 secs.
· Soaking Position: Until a whole electrode is soaked.
This test condition is according to "IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)."
5 Solderability Min. 95% electrode is covered with new solder.
Resistance change is less than ±20%. *2
Solder PTC on Test Board *1, and apply force on back side of
Test Board shown below:
Bending Speed: 1.0mm/s
Bending Strength: 2.0mm
Hold Time: 5±1 seconds
Board Dimension: 100x40x1.6t mm
Board Material: Glass Epoxy
4Resistance to Bending of
Substance
There is no abnormal appearance after the test.
Resistance change is less than ±20%. *2
Solder PTC to PCB *1
Vibration: 10-2000-10Hz (20 minutes)
Max. Amplitude: 3.0mm
Vibrate for 4 hours in each of 3 mutually perpendicular planes
for a total of 12 hours. This test condition is according to
"MIL-STD-202G Method 204D."
3 Vibration Resistance There is no abnormal appearance after the test.
Resistance change is less than ±20%. *2
EIAJ ET-7403 term 9
Prepare soldered PTC to PCB *1 and add the force of 5.0N in
the direction shown below. (PTC=POSISTORr)
2 Adhesive Strength There is no sign of electrode detachment.
After applying maximum operating voltage for 3 minutes and
leaving for 2 hours at 25°C, measure by applying voltage of less
than 1.5VDC (by a direct current of less than 10mA).
1Resistance Value (at 25°C) The resistance value should be within the
specified tolerance.
*1 Above-mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our site.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
*2 Measure resistance after the test by applying voltage of less than 1.5VDC by a direct current of less than 10mA after product is left at 25±2°C for 2 hours.
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
50
45±2
45±2 Bending
20
R230
(in mm)
PTC
Force
PTC
F
F
Glass Epoxy PCB
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Sensing Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
Solder PTC to PCB *1
85±3°C (in air), load max. operating voltage for 1000±12 hours.
13
High Temperature Continuous Load
Solder PTC to PCB *1
85±3°C, 85±5%RH (in air), load max. operating voltage for
1000±48 hours
12 High Temperature Humidity
Load
Solder PTC to PCB *1
Test Cycle: 1000 cycles
11 Thermal Shock 2 *3
Solder PTC to PCB *1
Test Cycle: 300 cycles
10 Thermal Shock 1 *3
Solder PTC to PCB *1
+85±3°C 80-85%RH leave for 1000±12 hours
9 Humidity Storage
Solder PTC to PCB
-40±3°C leave for 1000±48 hours
8 Low Temperature Storage
Solder PTC to PCB *1
+150±2°C leave for 1000±48 hours
7 High Temperature Storage
There is no abnormal appearance after the test.
Resistance change is less than ±20%. *2
<Tight Tolerance Type>
Sensing temp. change is less than ±1°C.
*1 Above-mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our site.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
*2 Measure resistance after the test by applying voltage of less than 1.5VDC by a direct current of less than 10mA after product is left at 25±2°C for 2 hours.
*3 We cannot guarantee the resistance change in Thermal Shock (No.10, 11) in a case of defective mounting.
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
Temp. (°C)
Step
-55±3
+125±2
Time (minute)
30
30
1
2
Temp. (°C)
Step
-55±3
+150±2
Time (minute)
30
30
1
2
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PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Automotive
For Overcurrent Protection Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
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
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.
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current (mA) Trip Current (mA) Max.
Current
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
(at +75°C) (at +25°C) (at +25°C) (at -20°C)
PRG18BB330MS1RB 16 18 36 71 95 600 33 ±20%
PRG18BB470MS1RB 16 14 29 61 78 420 47 ±20%
PRG18BB101MS1RB 16 12 21 45 56 200 100 ±20%
PRG18BB221MS1RB 16 8 14 29 36 90 220 ±20%
PRG18BB471MS1RB 16 5 10 21 26 40 470 ±20%
Maximum Current shows typical capacities at which the transformer can be used.
Operating Temperature Range -20°C to +75°C
Part Number
LWH
Dimensions (mm)
eg
1.6±0.15 0.8±0.15 0.8±0.15 0.1 to 0.6
-
PRG18_RB
L
e
eg
W
HH
W
-30 80-20 0 10203040506070-10
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range
PRG18BB330MS1RB
a
c
Solder resist
(in mm)
b
Land
Chip
Part Number Soldering
Methods Chip (L x W) a
Dimensions (mm)
bc
Reflow Soldering 1.8 x 0.8 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.7 0.6-0.8
PRG18
Standard Land Pattern Dimensions
Continued on the following page.
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https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ptc/prg
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-30 80-20 0 10203040506070-10
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-30 80-20 0 10203040506070-10
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PRG18BB470MS1RB
PRG18BB221MS1RB
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-30 80-20 0 10203040506070-10
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
-30 80-20 0 10203040506070-10
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PRG18BB101MS1RB
PRG18BB471MS1RB
Continued on the following page.
Protective Threshold Current Range
Continued from the preceding page.
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.00110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.01010 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG18BB330MS1RB
PRG18BB101MS1RB
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.00110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.01010 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
PRG18BB470MS1RB
PRG18BB221MS1RB
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10.000
1.000
0.100
0.01010 100
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG18BB471MS1RB
Continued from the preceding page.
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued on the following page.
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
7 Solderability Wetting of soldering area:
>
=
95%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (1999)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
Board dimension: 100×40×1.6tmm (Grass epoxy board)
· Bending speed: 1.0mm/s
· Bending depth: 2.0mm
· Keep time: 5±1 sec.
6 Bending Test
50
45±245±2 Bending depth
20
R340
(in mm)
PTC
Force
Reference standard: MIL-STD-202G Method 204D (2002)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Frequency range: 10Hz to 2kHz to 10Hz (About 20 minutes)
· Amplitude: 3.0mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 10 cycles in each axis
5 Vibration
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (1999)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4) with our standard
land size
· Pushing force: 5N
· Keep time: 10+/-1 sec.
4 Shear Test
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% *1
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
It is measured by below flow.
1) Applied max. voltage for 3min.
2) Storage 2hrs in room temperature
3) Measured by four-terminal method
with less than 10mA (DC 1.5V)
3Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range.
Temperature range that permit to leaving without applying
power to the POSISTORr.
2 Storage Temp. Range -40 to +125°C
Temperature range that permit to apply max. voltage to the
POSISTORr.
1 Operating Temp. Range -20 to +75°C
No. Menthon of ExaminationRating Value
Item
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA (DC1.5V), after storage in 25±2°C for 2hrs.
*2: Above-mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
PRG18BBpppMS1RB
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Continued from the preceding page.
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
14 Damp Heat Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C
· Applied max. voltage: 1.5h, OFF: 0.5h
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
13 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Transport time: <3 min.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 1000 cycles
12 Thermal Shock *3
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
11 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· -40±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
10 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +125±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
9 High Temperature Storage
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: >220°C, 60 to 90s
· Reflow cycle: 1 times
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4) with our standard
land size
8 Resistance to Soldering Heat
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% *1
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
No. Menthon of ExaminationRating ValueItem
ConditionStep
-55±3°C
+125±2°C
Soaking Time
30 min.
30 min.
1
2
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA (DC1.5V), after storage in 25±2°C for 2hrs.
*2: Above-mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
*3: We cannot guarantee the resistance change in Thermal Shock in a case of defective mounting.
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PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Automotive
For Overcurrent Protection Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size (Meet AEC-Q200 rev.D)
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
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.
Part Number
LWH
Dimensions (mm)
eg
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.
PRG21_RA
PRG21_RK
L
W
W
HH
eeg
Part Number
Max.
Voltage
(V)
Hold Current (mA) Trip Current (mA) Max.
Current
(mA)
Resistance
(at +25°C)
(ohm)
(at +105°C) (at +85°C) (at +25°C) (at +25°C) (at -40°C)
PRG21AR220MS5RA 30 28 45 80 150 205 1710 22 ±20%
PRG21AR150MS5RA 30 33 55 95 180 250 2500 15 ±20%
PRG21AR100MS5RA 30 40 65 115 225 315 3750 10 ±20%
PRG21AR8R2MS5RA 16 45 70 130 245 345 2440 8.2 ±20%
PRG21AR4R7MS5RA 16 75 110 205 390 525 4260 4.7 ±20%
PRG21BC6R8MS5RA 30 - 40 112 260 365 5500 6.8 ±20%
PRG21BC4R7MS5RA 30 - 48 145 330 460 8000 4.7 ±20%
PRG21BC3R3MS5RA 20 - 60 168 400 540 7500 3.3 ±20%
PRG21BC2R2MS5RA 16 - 76 206 500 670 9000 2.2 ±20%
PRG21AR420MS1RA 20 15 25 54 100 130 590 42 ±20%
PRG21AR220MS1RK 16 25 45 75 195 250 900 22 ±20%
Maximum Current shows typical capacities at which the transformer can be used.
Operating Temperature Range PRG21ARpppMS5RA, PRG21ARpppMS1Rp -40°C to +105°C
PRG21BCpppMS5RA -40°C to +85°C
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ptc/prg
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300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range
PRG21AR150MS5RA
PRG21AR8R2MS5RA
PRG21BC6R8MS5RA
PRG21AR220MS5RA
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Protective Threshold Current
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Trip Current
Hold Current
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
500
450
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PRG21AR100MS5RA
PRG21AR4R7MS5RA
PRG21BC4R7MS5RA
a
c
Solder resist
(in mm)
b
Land
Chip
Part Number Soldering
Methods Chip (L x W) a
Dimensions (mm)
bc
Reflow Soldering 2.0 x 1.25 1.0-1.2 0.5-0.7 1.0-1.2
PRG21
Standard Land Pattern Dimensions
Continued on the following page.
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1.000
0.100
0.010
0.00110 100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG21AR220MS5RA
PRG21AR100MS5RA
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.00110 100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
PRG21AR150MS5RA
PRG21AR8R2MS5RA
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PRG21BC3R3MS5RA
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PRG21BC2R2MS5RA
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Current (mA)
Ambient Temperature (°C)
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold Current
PRG21AR220MS1RK
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Protective Threshold Current
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Trip Current
Hold Current
PRG21AR420MS1RA
Protective Threshold Current Range
Continued from the preceding page.
Continued on the following page.
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1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
10.00
1.00
0.10
0.0110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
Operating Time (Typical Curve)
PRG21AR4R7MS5RA
PRG21BC4R7MS5RA
PRG21BC2R2MS5RA
PRG21AR220MS1RK
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
10.000
1.000
0.100
0.010
0.001
100 1000 10000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-10°C
+25°C
+60°C
10.00
1.00
0.10
0.0110 100 1000
Overcurrent (mA)
Operating Time (sec.)
Ambient
Temp.
-40°C
+25°C
+85°C
+105°C
PRG21BC6R8MS5RA
PRG21BC3R3MS5RA
PRG21AR420MS1RA
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued on the following page.
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
7 Solderability Wetting of soldering area:
>
=
75%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (1999)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
Board dimension: 100×40×1.6tmm (Grass epoxy board)
· Bending speed: 1.0mm/s
· Bending depth: 1.0mm
· Keep time: 5±1 sec.
6 Bending Test
50
45±245±2 Bending depth
20
R340
(in mm)
PTC
Force
Reference standard: MIL-STD-202G Method 204D
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· 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
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (1999)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4) with our standard
land size
· Pushing force: 10N
· Keep time: 10±1 sec.
4 Shear Test
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% *1
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
It is measured by below flow.
1) Applied max. voltage for 3min.
2) Storage 2hrs in room temperature
3) Measured by four-terminal method
with less than 10mA
3 Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range.
Temperature range that permit to leaving without applying
power to the POSISTORr.
2 Storage Temp. Range -40 to +125°C
Temperature range that permit to apply max. voltage to the
POSISTORr.
1 Operating Temp. Range PRG21ARpppMS5RA -40 to +105°C
PRG21BCpppMS5RA -40 to +85°C
No. Menthon of ExaminationRating ValueItem
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA, after storage in 25±2°C for 2hrs.
*2: Above-mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
PRG21ARpppMS5RA, PRG21BCpppMS5RA
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
14 Damp Heat Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· PRG21ARpppMS5RA +105±2°C
· PRG21BCpppMS5RA +85±2°C
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
13 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Transport time: <10 sec.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 1000cycles
12 Thermal Shock *3
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
11 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· -40±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
10 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +125±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
9 High Temperature Storage
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: >220°C, 60 to 90s
· Reflow cycle: 2 times
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4) with our standard
land size
8 Resistance to Soldering Heat
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% *1
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
No. Menthon of ExaminationRating ValueItem
ConditionStep
-40±3°C
+125±2°C
Soaking Time
30 min.
30 min.
1
2
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA, after storage in 25±2°C for 2hrs.
*2: Above-mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
*3: We cannot guarantee the resistance change in Thermal Shock in a case of defective mounting.
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued on the following page.
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-58 (2004)
· Solder: Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu
· Solder temp.: 245±5°C
· Immersion time: 3±0.3s
7 Solderability Wetting of soldering area:
>
=
95%
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (1999)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
Board dimension: 100×40×1.6tmm (Grass epoxy board)
· Bending speed: 1.0mm/s
· Bending depth: 2.0mm
· Keep time: 5±1 sec.
6 Bending Test
50
45±245±2 Bending depth
20
R340
(in mm)
PTC
Force
Reference standard: MIL-STD-202G Method 204D (2002)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Frequency range: 10Hz to 2kHz to 10Hz (About 20 minutes)
· Amplitude: 3.0mm
· Sweep rate: 1 octave/min.
· Direction: X-Y-Z (3 direction)
· 10 cycles in each axis
5 Vibration
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-21 (1999)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4) with our standard
land size
· Pushing force: 5N
· Keep time: 10+/-1 sec.
4 Shear Test
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% *1
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
It is measured by below flow.
1) Applied max. voltage for 3min.
2) Storage 2hrs in room temperature
3) Measured by four-terminal method
with less than 10mA
3Resistance Value at 25°C Within the specified range.
Temperature range that permit to leaving without applying
power to the POSISTORr.
2 Storage Temp. Range -40 to +125°C
Temperature range that permit to apply max. voltage to the
POSISTORr.
1 Operating Temp. Range -40 to +105°C
No. Menthon of ExaminationRating Value
Item
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA, after storage in 25±2°C for 2hrs.
*2: Above-mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
PRG21ARpppMS1Rp
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· Applied max. voltage
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
14 Damp Heat Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +125±2°C
· Applied max. voltage: 1.5h, OFF: 0.5h
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
13 High Temperature Load
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-14 (2009)
[ Test Na ]
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· Transport time: <3 min.
· Test condition: See below table
· Test cycle: 1000 cycles
12 Thermal Shock *3
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-67 (1995)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +85±2°C, 85±5%RH
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
11 Damp Heat, Steady State
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-1 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· -40±3°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
10 Low Temperature Storage
Reference standard: IEC 60068-2-2 (2007)
· Solder PTC to PCB *2
· +125±2°C
· 1000+48/-0 hrs.
9 High Temperature Storage
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: >220°C, 60 to 90s
· Reflow cycle: 1 time
· Test board: Grass-Epoxy test board (FR-4) with our standard
land size
8 Resistance to Soldering Heat
· Resistance (R25) change: Less than ±20% *1
· Appearance: No defects or abnormalities
No. Menthon of ExaminationRating ValueItem
ConditionStep
-55±3°C
+125±2°C
Soaking Time
30 min.
30 min.
1
2
*1: The resistance value after the test is measured by 4-terminal method with less than 10mA, after storage in 25±2°C for 2hrs.
*2: Above-mentioned soldering is done following condition at our side.
· Glass-epoxy PC board
· Standard land dimension
· Standard solder paste
· Standard solder profile
Above conditions are defined in Notice.
*3: We cannot guarantee the resistance change in Thermal Shock in a case of defective mounting.
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POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
!Caution (Storage and Operating Conditions)
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 sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid
gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.)
2. Volatile or flammable 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
!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.
Notice (Storage and Operating Conditions)
To keep solderability of product from declining,
the following storage conditions are recommended.
1. Storage condition:
Temperature -10 to +40°C
Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition)
2. Storage term:
Use this product within 6 months after delivery
by first-in and first-out stocking system.
3. Storage place:
Do not store this product in corrosive gas
(Sulfuric acid, Chlorine, etc.) or in direct
sunlight.
1. Do not give this product a strong press-force or a
mechanical shock, because such mechanical forces may
cause cracking or chipping of this ceramic product.
Locate chip
horizontal to
the direction in
which stress
acts
Put this product on the
PC Board near the Slit,
not near the
Perforation Holes.
Keep this product on
the PC Board away
from the Separation
Line.
Worst A-C-B-D Better
Component Direction
Chip Mounting Close to Board Separation Point
A
B
D
C
Perforation Holes
Slit
Separation Line
2. Rapid cooling or heating during soldering is not
recommended such treatment may destroy the element.
3. Resin coating
Please select a resin material with minimum hardness.
The shrinkage of the resin at heat treatment should be
much less in order not to apply much stress to the
product.
4. Location on Printed Circuit Board (PC Board)
Choose a mounting position that minimizes the stress
imposed on the chip during flexing or bending of the
board.
(Worse) (Better)
Notice (Handling)
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Elemmde
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued on the following page.
(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
<
=
T
<
=
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.
F20-,%!'"'!r36H5'2&&*'"#!-,2#,2#6!##"',%
0.2wt%).
F2#0Q1-*3 *#r36
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRF18 Series
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POSISTORr Chip Type !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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Al-lt‘ -E “V'-
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued on the following page.
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
<
=
T
<
=
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.
F20-,%!'"'!r36H5'2&&*'"#!-,2#,2#6!##"',%
0.2wt%).
F2#0Q1-*3 *#r36
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
After cleaning,
promptly dry
this product.
Drying
Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRG18BBpppMS1RB
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62
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
(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
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
Temperature (°C)
Temperature (°C)
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Al-lt‘ -E “V'-
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued on the following page.
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
After cleaning,
promptly dry
this product.
Drying
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 0.20 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.
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.
0.20mm
<
=
T
<
=
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.
F20-,%!'"'!r36H5'2&&*'"#!-,2#,2#6!##"',%
0.2wt%).
F2#0Q1-*3 *#r36
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRG21pppppMS5RA
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54 (3) There may be a risk of unexpected faiiures (tombstone, insufficient solderrwetting, etc.) in the mounting process, caused by the mounting conditions. Please make sure tnat this product is correctiy mounted under Specified mounting conditions. 3 oeas Soldering 'nme (:
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
(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) 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.
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 (
>
=
220°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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Al-lt‘ -E “V'-
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued on the following page.
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
<
=
T
<
=
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.
F20-,%!'"'!r36H5'2&&*'"#!-,2#,2#6!##"',%
0.2wt%).
F2#0Q1-*3 *#r36
(*Water-soluble flux can be defined as non-rosin type
flux including wash-type flux and non-wash-type flux.)
E
After cleaning,
promptly dry
this product.
Drying
Notice (Soldering and Mounting) PRG21ARpppMS1Rp
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66
POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice
Continued from the preceding page.
(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
Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time
Temperature (°C)
Temperature (°C)
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PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Automotive
For Overcurrent Protection Lead Type
This low-voltage, low-resistance type "POSISTOR" is
a circuit protector whose resistance value in normal
operation is very low and in abnormal situations such
as motor lock or short circuit, will be increased to
restrain over current. This "POSISTOR" is most
suitable for low-voltage circuits and motor protection
for automotive grade applications.
Features
1. Best suited to meet the requirements for power
supply 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.
5. Lead (Pb) is not contained in the terminations.
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 +85°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -30°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)
PTGL5SAR1R0M1B51B0
16 252 470 880 1095 2.0 1.0 ±20% 6.0 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL6SAR0R8M1B51B0
16 274 505 955 1193 3.0 0.8 ±20% 6.5 3.5 10.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL7SARR47M1B51B0
16 376 705 1310 1634 5.0 0.47 ±20% 7.5 3.5 12.0 5.0 0.6
PTGL9SARR33M1B51B0
16 466 875 1625 2026 7.0 0.33 ±20% 9.0 3.5 14.0 5.0 0.6
PTGLASARR27M1B51B0
16 545 1025 1900 2369 8.0 0.27 ±20% 10.1 3.5 15.0 5.0 0.6
PTGLCSAR0R2M1B51B0
16 692 1300 2410 3006 9.0 0.2 ±20% 11.3 3.5 16.0 5.0 0.6
PTGLESARR15M1B51B0
16 820 1545 2855 3561 10 0.15 ±20% 13.5 3.5 18.5 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities at which the transformer can be used.
Operating Temperature Range: -30°C to +85°C
Taping type of part numbers with "A0" is available (except PTGLESARR15M1B51B0).
16V Series
Detailed are accessable from the following URL.
https://www.murata.com/en-global/products/thermistor/ptc/ptgl
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10
5%
New leaded type "POSISTOR" for overcurrent protection
as automotive grade can be used with a wide temperature
range. This product is suitable for short-protection and
current limiting resistance on power supply equipment.
Features
1. Useful protective threshold current range with a wide
temperature range.
2. Small fluctuation in the circuit due to resistance
tolerance +/-10%.
3. Quick operating time due to small size compared
with conventional products.
4. Best suited to meet the requirements of power
supply and motor protector. Error-free operation
is 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.
8. Lead (Pb) is not contained in the terminations.
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 +105°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +85°C)
(mA)
Hold Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at +25°C)
(mA)
Trip Current
(at -40°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)
PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0
30 65 92 154 205 261 1.5 10 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0
30 89 127 212 282 359 2.0 10 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0
30 143 204 340 452 576 3.5 3.9 ±10% 5.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0
30 179 255 425 565 720 4.5 2.7 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0
30 223 319 532 708 902 5.0 1.8 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0
30 296 422 704 936 1193 6.0 1.2 ±10% 9.3 3.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0
30 364 520 867 1153 1470 7.0 0.8 ±10% 11.5 3.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0
51 89 128 213 283 361 1.0 10 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0
51 105 149 249 331 422 1.5 6.8 ±10% 5.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0
51 163 233 389 517 659 3.0 3.3 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0
51 219 313 522 694 885 4.0 2.2 ±10% 9.3 3.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0
51 315 449 749 996 1270 5.0 1.2 ±10% 11.5 3.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0
60 47 67 112 149 190 1.0 22 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.5
PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0
60 61 87 145 193 246 1.0 22 ±10% 4.5 3.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0
60 90 129 215 286 364 1.5 10 ±10% 5.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0
60 99 142 236 314 400 2.2 5.6 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.5
PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0
60 122 174 290 386 492 3.0 5.6 ±10% 7.3 3.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0
60 177 253 421 560 714 4.0 3.3 ±10% 9.3 3.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0
60 234 334 556 739 942 5.0 2.2 ±10% 11.5 3.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0
140 39 56 94 125 159 0.5 56 ±10% 4.5 4.5 9.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0
140 56 80 134 178 227 1.0 27 ±10% 5.5 4.5 10.5 5.0 0.6
PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0
140 79 112 187 249 317 1.5 15 ±10% 7.3 4.5 12.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0
140 102 146 244 324 413 2.0 12 ±10% 9.3 4.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0
140 121 172 287 382 486 2.2 7.6 ±10% 9.3 4.5 14.3 5.0 0.6
PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0
140 165 236 393 523 666 3.5 4.7 ±10% 11.5 4.5 16.5 5.0 0.6
Maximum Current shows typical capacities at which the transformer can be used.
Operating Temperature Range: -30°C to +125°C
Taping type of part numbers with "A0" is available.
30-140V Series
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1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (16V Series)
PTGL5SAR1R0M1B51B0
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
PTGL6SAR0R8M1B51B0
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
PTGL7SARR47M1B51B0
2600
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
PTGL9SARR33M1B51B0
3000
2800
2600
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
PTGLASARR27M1B51B0
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
PTGLCSAR0R2M1B51B0
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
-40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective Threshold
Current
PTGLESARR15M1B51B0
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (30V Series)
PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0
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400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (30V Series)
PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (51V Series)
PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0
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600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (51V Series)
PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0
1000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (60V Series)
PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0
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800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (60V Series)
PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0
1000
800
600
400
200
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
Protective Threshold Current Range (140V Series)
PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Ambient Temperature (°C)
Current (mA)
Trip Current
Hold Current
Protective
Threshold
Current
PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0
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10
1
0.10.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (16V Series)
PTGL5SAR1R0M1B51B0
100
10
1
0.10.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL6SAR0R8M1B51B0
100
10
1
0.10.1 1 10
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL7SARR47M1B51B0
100
10
1
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGL9SARR33M1B51B0
100
10
1
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGLASARR27M1B51B0
100
10
1
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGLCSAR0R2M1B51B0
100
10
1
0.10.1 1 10 100
Overcurrent (A)
Operating Time (sec.)
-30°C
+25°C
+85°C
Ambient
Temp.
PTGLESARR15M1B51B0
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.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (30V Series)
PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0
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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.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (30V Series)
PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0
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.
PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0
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.
PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0
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.
PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0
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.
PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0
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
PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0
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.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (51V Series)
PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0
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.
PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0
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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.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (51V Series)
PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0
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.
PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0
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
PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0
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.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (60V Series)
PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0
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.
PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0
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.
PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0
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.
PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0
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.
PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0
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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.
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (60V Series)
PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0
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.
PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0
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
Operating Time (Typical Curve) (140V Series)
PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0
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.
PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0
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
PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0
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
PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0
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.
PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0
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.
PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0
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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 40±2°C and
90% to 95% humidity, for 500±4 hours.
Then, after the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for
1 hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
10 Resistance to Damp Heat ΔR/R25
<
=
±20%
No damage about marking
In an 85±3°C chamber, POSISTORr is applied max. voltage for
1.5 hr on and 0.5 hr off. This cycle is repeated for 500±10
hours, and after the device is left at room temperature (25°C)
for 1 hour, the resistance measurement is performed. (A
protective resistance is to be connected in series and the
inrush current through POSISTORr must be limited below max.
rated value.)
9 Heat Resistant ΔR/R25
<
=
±20%
No damage about marking
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 measured.
8Terminal Durability of
Soldering ΔR/R25
<
=
±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 seconds. Then, 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.
7 Solderability
Solder is applied around the lead wire covering 3/4
or more of the circumference without a gap in the
axial direction.
POSISTORr is held so that it is perpendicular to the lead wire
with 2.45N 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.
6Bending 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 4.9N in the axial direction with fixing
POSISTORr's body itself by a jig and this load is being kept for
10 seconds.
5Tensile Strength of Lead
Wire Terminal No damage
Maximum current is measured in this examination. Voltage is
applied to POSISTORr in 3-minute steps still air.
Stable current is measured at each step.
4 Protective Threshold Current Satisfies ratings
(Trip Current, Non-operating Current)
We apply AC voltage 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
maximum rated value.)
3 Withstanding Voltage No damage
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 180
seconds and then is left for 2 hours at 25°C.)
2 Resistance (R25) Satisfies specification
The temperature range with maximum voltage applied to the
POSISTORr.
1 Operating Temperature -30 to +85°C
4.9N Jig (for fixing)
16V Series
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 85±3°C and
80-85% humidity for 1000±12 hours. After the device is left at
room temperature (25°C) for one hour, the resistance
measurement is performed.
13 Resistance to Damp Heat ΔR/R25
<
=
±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at -40±3°C for
1000±12 hours. After the device is left at room temperature
(25°C) for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
12 Cold Resistant ΔR/R25
<
=
±20%
POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 125±3°C for
1000±12 hours. After the device is left at room temperature
(25°C) for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
11 Heat Resistant ΔR/R25
<
=
±20%
Acceleration: 98m/s2 (10G)
Width: 1.5mm
Vibration: 10-500-10Hz
Vibrate for 11 minutes×24 cycles in each of 3 mutually
perpendicular planes for a total of 13.5 hours.
10 Vibration Resistant 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
2.0-2.5mm for 3.5±0.5 sec.
After the device is left at room temperature (25°C) for 24±4
hours, the resistance is measured.
9Terminal Durability of
Soldering ΔR/R25
<
=
±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. Then, 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 a gap in the
axial direction.
POSISTORr is held so that it is perpendicular to the lead wire
with 2.45N 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 4.9N in the axial direction with fixing
POSISTORr's body itself by a jig and this load is being kept for
10 seconds.
6Tensile Strength of Lead
Wire Terminal No damage
Maximum current is measured in this examination. Voltage is
applied to POSISTORr in 3-minute steps 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, Non-operating 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
max. rated value.)
4 Withstanding Voltage No damage
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 it is applied maximum voltage for 180 seconds
and then is left for 2 hours at 25°C.)
3 Resistance (R25) Satisfies ratings
The temperature range with the following voltage applied to
the POSISTORr.
<applied voltage>
30V and 51V series: max. 16V, 60V series: max. 30V, 140V
series: max. 140V
2 Operating Temperature 2 -40 to +125°C
The temperature range with maximum voltage applied to the
POSISTORr.
1 Operating Temperature 1 -30 to +125°C
No. Method of ExaminationRating ValueItem
4.9N Jig (for fixing)
Continued on the following page.
30-140V Series
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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overcurrent Protection Specifications and Test Methods
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25.0
5.0
2.5
1.0
fai 0.9
25.0
25.0
25.0
2.5 2.5
3.0
(in : mm)
D.C POWER
SUPPLY D.V +
-
POSISTORr
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
Protective Threshold Current Test Conditions
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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overcurrent Protection !Caution/Notice
!Caution (Storage and Operating Conditions)
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 sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid
gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.)
2. Volatile or flammable 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
!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.
Notice (Storage and Operating Conditions)
To keep solderability of product from declining,
the following storage conditions are recommended.
1. Storage condition:
Temperature -10 to +40°C
Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition)
2. Storage term:
Use this product within 6 months after delivery
by first-in and first-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.
Notice (Soldering and Mounting)
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 flux or non-activated flux
2. Do not dip the body into flux (flux should be
coated to lead wire only for soldering).
3. Be sure that preheating does not melt the
soldering of this product.
Notice (Handling)
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°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 sulfide gas, Ammonia gas,
Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.), and
such harmful gas may deteriorate the element.
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*1.05 *Reference Value
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
Direction feed
(1.85)
(in mm)
(in mm)
ø13.0±0.2
ø21.0±0.8
9.0
ø60
ø180+0
-1.5
+1.0
-0
+1.0
-0
2.0±0.5
13.0±1.0
Reel Dimensions
Part Number Quantity (pcs.)
Paper Tape Embossed Tape
PRp18_RB
PRp21_RA
PRp21_RK
4,000
-
-
-
4,000
3,000
1.45±0.1 Direction feed
1.75±0.1
4.0±0.1 4.0±0.1
2.0±0.1
3.5±0.05
8.0±0.3
ø1.5 +0.1
-0
2.25±0.1
ø1.0±0.1
1.30±0.05
0.25±0.05
1.45 Direction feed
1.75±0.1
4.0±0.1 4.0±0.1
2.0±0.1
3.5±0.05
8.0±0.3
ø1.0+0.3
-0
ø1.5 +0.1
-0
2.25
1.1
0.2
PRp18_RB Series: Paper Tape
PRp21_RA Series: Embossed Tape PRp21_RK Series: Embossed Tape
Minimum Quantity Guide
Tape Dimensions
Reel Dimensions
ø1.5 +0.1
-0
POSISTORr Chip Type Package
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POSISTORr Lead Type Package
Continued on the following page.
Minimum Quantity Guide
Series Bulk Type
Min. Qty. (pcs.)Part Number
Ammo Pack Taping Type
Min. Qty. (pcs.)Part Number
16V Series
Narrow Current Band
30V Series
Narrow Current Band
51V Series
Narrow Current Band
60V Series
Narrow Current Band
140V Series
PTGL5SAR1R0M1B51B0
PTGL6SAR0R8M1B51B0
PTGL7SARR47M1B51B0
PTGL9SARR33M1B51B0
PTGLASARR27M1B51B0
PTGLCSAR0R2M1B51B0
PTGLESARR15M1B51B0
PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0
PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0
PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0
PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0
PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0
PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0
PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0
PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0
PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0
PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0
PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0
PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0
PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0
PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0
PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0
PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0
PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0
PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0
PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0
PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0
PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0
PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0
PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0
PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0
PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0
PTGL5SAR1R0M1B51A0
PTGL6SAR0R8M1B51A0
PTGL7SARR47M1B51A0
PTGL9SARR33M1B51A0
PTGLASARR27M1B51A0
PTGLCSAR0R2M1B51A0
PTGL4SAS100K2B51A0
PTGL4SAS100K2N51A0
PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51A0
PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51A0
PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51A0
PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51A0
PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51A0
PTGL4SAS100K3B51A0
PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51A0
PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51A0
PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51A0
PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51A0
PTGL4SAS220K4B51A0
PTGL4SAS220K4N51A0
PTGL5SAS100K4B51A0
PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51A0
PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51A0
PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51A0
PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51A0
PTGL4SAS560K6B51A0
PTGL5SAS270K6B51A0
PTGL7SAS150K6B51A0
PTGL9SAS120K6B51A0
PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51A0
PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51A0
500
300
500
300
500
300
500
300
500
300
2,000
-
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
-
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P
Pitch of Component
Pitch of Sprocket Hole
Lead Spacing
Length from Hole Center to Lead
Length from Hole Center to Component Center
Body Diameter
Body Thickness
Deviation along Tape, Left or Right Defect
Carrier Tape Width
Position of Sprocket Hole
Lead Distance between Reference and
Bottom Planes
Pr