NPFC - MIL-R-23648
RESISTORS, THERMAL (THERMISTOR), INSULATED, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
|Publication Date:||4 April 1995|
This specification covers the general requirements for general purpose insulated thermal resistors to be used for temperature compensation, control, and measurement over the temperature range specified (see 3.1).
The PIN shall be in the following form and as specified (see 3.1 and 6.1).
The style is identified by the symbol RTH followed by a two digit number. The letters identifies general purpose thermal resistors and the number identifies the physical configuration.
The characteristic is identified by a one-letter symbol in accordance with table I. TABLE I. Resistance ratio characteristic.
Symbol Resistance ratio
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Resistor lead types are identified as solderable (type S) or weldable (type W), (see 3.3.1).
The direct current (dc) zero-power resistance measured at 25°C and expressed in ohms is identified by a three-digit number. The first two digits represent significant figures, and the last digit specifies the number of zeros to follow. The standard resistance values for every decade shall follow the sequence demonstrated for the "10 to 100", decade in table II. Resistance values not listed shall be considered as not conforming to the specification.
Examples: 101 = 100 ohms 102 = 1,000 ohms 103 = 10,000 ohms 105 = 1 megohm
TABLE II. Standard resistance values for the 10 to 100 decade.
5.0 10.0 20.0 5.0 10.0 20.0
The zero-power resistance tolerance is identified by a single letter in accordance with table III. TABLE III. Resistance tolerance versus temperature for each resistance tolerance.
Sequence Temperature F G J K
± percent ± percent ± percent ± percent