Platinum Temperature Sensor Consumes Little PCB Space

Designed for automated placement on circuit boards, JUMO’s Flip Chip temperature sensor has its contact on one side. It therefore requires significantly less space on the circuit board than a standard component.

 

The chip sensor has an insulating surface on the back cover and therefore can be directly attached to a casing wall because the risk of short-circuiting does not exist. The sensor can be soldered with lead-free, leaded, or high-temperature solder without restriction thanks to its gold-plated nickel contact. It demonstrates good processing results for reflow soldering and is also suitable for conductive gluing. The nickel contact's gold plating also protects it from oxidation.

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The JUMO Flip Chip is available in the standard nominal values Pt100, Pt500, and Pt1000 as well as in the tolerance class F 0.3. Additional values are available upon request. For more details, contact JUMO Process Control, Inc., East Syracuse, NY. 315-437-5866 and/or [email protected]

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