B57153S0100M000 - 

Thermistor, ICL NTC, 10 ohm, -20% to +20%, Radial Leaded, B57153S0 Series

B57153S0100M000 - Thermistor, ICL NTC, 10 ohm, -20% to +20%, Radial Leaded, B57153S0 Series

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The B57153S0xxxM0xx series from EPCOS are radial leaded NTC inrush current limiters (ICLs). These NTC thermistors can be used as inrush current limiters to suppress high inrush current. The high currents in the circuits are caused by low impedance of smoothing capacitors or coils which produce short circuits when the device is switched on. B57153S0xxxM0xx series ICLs are commonly used in switch mode power supplies.
  • Useable in series connections up to 265Vrms
  • Coated thermistor disk
  • Cost effective NTC for low-power applications
  • Kinked leads of tinned copper wire
  • Small size
  • UL (E69802) approved
  • Resistance value at 25°C range from 4.7ohm to 33ohm
  • Tolerance is ±20%
  • Maximum steady state current at 25°C range from 1.3A to 3A
  • Maximum power is 1.4W at 25°C


Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Power Management


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