Thermistor Sensors

RTDs, thermocouples, and ICs can measure temperature but thermistors are used more often in electronic devices. Mitsubishi Materials developed our own raw materials and process to make extremely precise thermistors. They are used in household and consumer electronics, automobiles, and many other applications.
We can customize lead length and connector style for your specific applications.

Thermistor Sensor Lineup

Series Style Operating
temperature range
Thermal time
constant
RFG-70
-40 ~ + 80℃
25s in water
ACA30, ACA35
-30 ~ + 100℃
ACA-30: 25s
ACA-35: 50s
in air
ACH-40・42・45・60
-30 ~ + 100℃
ACH-45: 5s
ACH-40: 4.5s
ACH-42: 4.5s
ACH-60: 10s
in water
ACH-18
-30 ~ + 100℃
5s in water
ACD-45
-30 ~ + 130℃
5s in water
STS-51
-40 ~ + 150℃
27s
STS-40, STS-50
STS-40: -30 ~ + 110℃
STS-50: -40 ~ + 150℃
STS-40: 18s
STS-50: 22s
on Al block
WTS-15
-30 ~ + 105℃
0.5s in water
IBS-25
-30 ~ + 105℃
0.8s in water
HBS-45
-30 ~ + 100℃
3s in water
WDS-60
-30 ~ + 150℃
10s in water
CAE-60
-30 ~ + 100℃
4s in water
Intake air temperature sensor
-30 ~ + 120℃
6s in stirred water
Oil / coolant temperature sensor
-30 ~ + 200℃
6s in stirred water
DNS
Non-contact temperature sensor
-30 ~ + 125℃
Detection Temperature: 0℃ ~ 400℃
≈ 0.6s

Please inquire for additional specifications.

Applications

Category Application Type Series
Appliances Refrigerator RFG-70
Air conditioners (air temperature measurement) ACA-30, ACA-35
Air conditioners (heat exchanger) ACH-18,
ACH-40/ACH-42/ACH-45/ACH-60
Air conditioners (delivery pipe) ACD-45
Washer & dryer machines WDS-60
Instant boiler ・ hot boiler IBS-25
HBS-45
Bidet WTS-15
Industrial electric machinery Inverter STS-51
Measuring surface temperature STS-40/STS-50
Instant boiler ・ hot boiler HBS-45
Automotive Drive system Intake Air Temperature Sensor
Oil / Coolant Temperature Sensor
DCDC converter, inverter STS-51
Air conditioner evaporator CAE-60
Charger system STS-40/STS-50

Please inquire for other specifications not listed.

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