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NTCG1005 Datasheet PDF


Part

NTCG1005

Description

Temperature Protection Devices

Manufacture

TDK

Page 21 Pages
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NTCG1005 Datasheet
Temperature Protection Devices
December 2017
Temperature protection devices
Chip NTC thermistor
Commercial grade
NTCG series
NTCG 0603
NTCG 1005
NTCG 1608
NTCG 2012
JIS 0603 [EIA 0201]
JIS 1005 [EIA 0402]
JIS 1608 [EIA 0603]
JIS 2012 [EIA 0805]

NTCG1005 Datasheet
Temperature Protection Devices
REMINDERS FOR USING THESE PRODUCTS
Before using these products, be sure to request the delivery specifications.
SAFETY REMINDERS
Please pay sufficient attention to the warnings for safe designing when using this products.
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REMINDERS
Incorrect usage may lead to destroyed NTC thermistors and damages or malfunctions with the devices used.
Please use them within the ranges of the ratings and performance provided in the catalog and delivery specifications upon confirming
the environments where they are to be used and installed.
Do not use them outside the operating temperature range.
Do not use them with the ratings or maximum permissible power levels exceeded.
Do not quickly apply 5mW or more of load with the constant-voltage power supply in the NTC thermistors as this may lead to staying in
thermal runaway mode or the red-shorting of chips.
Please be cautious of the applied voltage in thermistors as instruments may malfunction with the lowering of resistance due to self
heating.
With instruments that consumers can touch the thermistors with their hands, please carefully warn them not to touch the thermistors.
Store them in locations where the temperature is 10°C to +40°C and the relative humidity is 75% or below, avoid environments where
there are sudden changes in temperatures, direct sunlight, corrosive gas, grit, or dust, and keep them packed in a manner where no
loading stress is applied in order to avoid deterioration and damage. (please use them within six months.)
When sealing thermistors, please do so upon first considering the type, quantity, hardening conditions, and adhesiveness of the seal-
ing material and confirming its reliability.
Avoid powerful vibrations, impact (such as by dropping), pressure, etc. on thermistors that exceed the prescribed levels.
Do not use them for long periods of time in environments with a relative humidity of over 85%. (this excludes cases where countermea-
sures have been taken.)
Do not use them in the following environments. (this excludes cases where countermeasures have been taken.)
Corrosive gases (Cl2, NH3, SOx, NOx, etc.)
Environments with highly conductive substances (electrolytes, water, saltwater, etc.)
Environments with acid, alkali, or organic solvents
Dusty areas
Please observe the following precautions when attaching them to substrates as failure to do so may result in destruction or malfunction.
Do not let the substrates get warped or twisted at any time during the soldering.
The landing size must be even on both the left and right sides.
Do not use items that have been dropped or detached.
Do not allow the adherence of more solder than needed.
Reflow mounting is recommended with NTC thermistors, and not flow (dip) mounting.
Attaching or making corrections with a soldering iron is not recommended as it can lead to troubles such as significant distorting due to
thermal shock or cracking. If a soldering iron must be used, it should be 20W or below with the temperature of the tip at 350°C or
below, and at a maximum of 5 seconds of soldering time. Also, do not let the tip of the soldering iron come in direct contact with the
chips.
Please use a substance such as resin that does not generate hydrogen (H2) when forming insulation film over chips.
Please contact our sales offices when considering the use of the products listed on this catalog for applications, whose performance
and/or quality require a more stringent level of safety or reliability, or whose failure, malfunction or trouble could cause serious damage
to society, person or property ('specific uses' such as automobiles, airplanes,medical instruments, nuclear devices, etc.) as well as
when considering the use for applications that exceed the range and conditions of this catalog.
Please note that we are not responsible for any damages or losses incurred resulting from the use of these products that exceeds the
range and conditions of this catalog or specific uses.
Please take appropriate measures such as acquiring protective circuits and devices that meet the uses, applications, and conditions of
the instruments and keeping backup circuits.
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Features Datasheet pdf Temperature Protection Devices December 2017 Temperature protection devices Ch ip NTC thermistor Commercial grade NTCG series NTCG 0603 NTCG 1005 NTCG 1608 NTCG 2012 JIS 0603 [EIA 0201] JIS 1005 [EIA 0402] JIS 1608 [EIA 0603] JIS 201 2 [EIA 0805] Temperature Protection De vices REMINDERS FOR USING THESE PRODUCT S Before using these products, be sure to request the delivery specifications. SAFETY REMINDERS Please pay sufficient attention to the warnings for safe des igning when using this products. (2/21 ) REMINDERS Incorrect usage may lead t o destroyed NTC thermistors and damages or malfunctions with the devices used. Please use them within the ranges of t he ratings and performance provided in the catalog and delivery specifications upon confirming the environments where they are to be used and installed. Do not use them outside the operating temp erature range. Do not use them with the ratings or maximum permissible power l evels exceeded. Do not quickly apply 5mW or more of load with t.
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