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Everything about electronic components can be discussed here, like PTC/NTC thermistors, temperature sensor and Metal oxide varistor etc, DXM is online to discuss and answer your questions about electronic components.
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03-28-2013 07:45 AM
Thermistor
Thermistor is divided into PTC thermistor (Positive Temperature Coefficient) and NTC thermistor (Negative Temperature Coefficient) which is widely used for motor heat protection, over current & overload protection and communication devices, share everything about PTC/NTC thermistors here.
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01-25-2000 12:30 PM
Varistors
Metal oxide varistors are nonlinear resistors which are also called Zinc Oxide Varistor, widely used for surge protection of different electronic devices, like telecommunications, electricity and home appliances.
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Sensor
Sensor is a kinds of electronic component to detect temperature, pressure and heat etc, it's an important electronic part in temperature control and measurement applications. Share your experience regard to temperature sensor, ptc/ntc thermal sensors.
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Capacitor
Ceramic capacitor also called Safety recognized capacitor, can be used to reduce the electromagnetic interference generated by electrical and electronic equipment or other sources.
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Heater
Heaters in electronic components are consist of ceramic heater, fan heater and PTC heater, it's a kind of self-regulating heating element used for different devices, like hairdressing devices, discussion everything here with others about heaters.
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Application & Solution
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Application & Solution
Electronic components can be used for various applications, for both industry and home devices. Discuss & share everything you regard to application & solutions of electronic components here.
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