disk thermistor

disk thermistor

[¦disk thər′mis·tər]
(electronics)
A thermistor which is produced by pressing and sintering an oxide binder mixture into a disk,0.2-0.6 inch (5-15 millimeters) in diameter and 0.04-0.5 inch (1.0-13 millimeters) thick, coating the major surfaces with conducting material, and attaching leads.
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