bead thermistor

bead thermistor

[′bēd thər′mis·tər]
(electricity)
A thermistor made by applying the semiconducting material to two wire leads as a viscous droplet, which cements the leads upon firing.
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In addition to offering high accuracy, the U12 Stainless Temp Logger provides highly stable readings by virtue of an internal glass bead thermistor.
The glass coated bead thermistors approximate the shape of a prolate spheroid, when viewed with a microscope, with major and minor axes of 0.