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MF73 High Power NTC Thermistor Series
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    Brand: Shiheng
    Specifications: High Power NTC Thermistor
    Type New
    Date: 01-02-2021
    Business type: Manufacturing
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     MF73 High Power NTC Thermistor Series

    Characteristic

     

    Reliable Configuration and convenient installment

     

    Have the strongest capability of surge current protection and energy absorption

     

    Maximum steady state operating current

     

    Longevity of service,high reliability

    Shiheng Electronics

    Application

     

    Reliable Configuration and convenient installment

     

    Have the strongest capability of surge current protection and energy absorption

     

    Maximum steady state operating current

     

    Longevity of service,high reliability

    NTC Thermistor Manufacturer : Shiheng Electronics

    Key Benefits:

     

    Recognized By Underwriters Laboratories For Ensured Safety

     

    Designed To Withstand High Steady Sate Current

     

    Absorbs And Minimizes High Input Energy

     

    Cost Effective One Component Solution To Inrush Current

     

    Wide Temperature Range Of Operation

     

    High-Power NTC Thermistors are used to reduce the inrush current that occurs when an electrical device is switched on. High inrush current is the result of the maximum instantaneous input current drawn by an electrical device during the initial power up. As technology continues to advance, most systems today run efficiently and maintain a low impedance which in turn contributes to high inrush current.

     

    Additionally, devices that produce alternating current such as electric motors or transformers can draw several times their steady state current at switch on. Although this additional draw of inrush often lasts less than ½ of a normal 60 hertz cycle, that is enough time to cause possible damage to the equipment.

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