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Old 14th October 2005, 05:23 PM   #1
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Hi,

I found a NTC to replace the CL60 it makes 10ohm with 7.5 amp. can I put it to replace the CL60

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EPCOS R25
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commande prix de l´U.D.V.

B57364
-S0209M 2,0 211-8018 2,99 €
-S0259M 2,5 211-8024 1,33 €
-S0509M 5,0 211-8030 2,99 €
-S0100M 10 211-8002 2,99 €



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In case you do not have the B57364 NTC data yet :

temperature: -55 to +170 C
power rating: 5.1 watts at 25 C
heat conductivity in air : 24 mW/K
cooling time : ~100 seconds.

Pretty much like the General Electrics.
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thanks for corfirmations
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