Ceramic temperature sensor

Electrical resistors – Resistance value responsive to a condition – Current and/or voltage


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338 25, 252520, 252521, H01G 710, H01B 106




A device for monitoring temperature as a function of electrical resistivity comprises a sensing element formed of a ceramic including lanthanum chromite with a dopant selected from magnesium oxide, aluminum oxide, titanium oxide and silicon oxide, and having electrodes operably affixed to the surface thereof.

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