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Kingtronics confidently recommends NKT negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistors to you. They are large power, strong capacity of suppression of inrush current and small residual resistance. Small size, long life, high reliability and fast response. The sizes from NKT D-05 to NKT D-20 are certificated by RoSH and REACH. Kingtronics NKT NCT thermistors are available in a range of types, straight lead, inside kink lead, front and rear kink lead depending on your choice.
Kingtronics sells quality products around the world for many years, our rich professional experiences provide the technique guarantee, and you can rest assured to place an order with us!
Kingtronics will attend to Electronica 2018 in Munich, our booth No. A1-556-5.
Sincerely invite you to visit our Booth to check samples and have more conversation for developing business.
Welcome share your meeting schedule with us. If you need any special samples for testing or you have some topic to discuss with us, please feel free to advise us, we will prepare in advance for you.
Our booth will be in Active Component Hall. Kingtronics produce many different kinds of Diodes and Bridge Rectifiers, please refer to below our strong Diode parts, welcome contact us if you have any inquiry.
Kingtronics Diode Catalog:
M7 DO-214AC T&R RoHS
LL4148 LL-34 T&R RoHS
SMAJ5.0CA SMA T&R RoHS
SMBJ5.0CA SMB T&R RoHS
SMCJ25CA SMC T&R RoHS
SS14 SMA-J T&R RoHS
BZV55C15 LL-34 T&R RoHS
1N4007 DO-41 Bulk Rohs
FR151 DO-15 Bulk RoHS
6A10 R-6 Bulk RoHS
Small Signal Transistor
BC817-16 SOT-23 T&R RoHS
BC857B SOT-23 T&R RoHS
MB10S MBS T&R RoHS
DB107S DBS Bulk RoHS
KBPC2510 KBPC Bulk Rohs
KBL406 KBL Bulk RoHS
GBJ3510 GBJ Bulk RoHS
NTC stands for “Negative Temperature Coefficient”. NKT NTC thermistors are resistors with a negative temperature coefficient, which means that the resistance decreases with increasing temperature. An NTC is commonly used as a temperature sensor, or in series with a circuit as an inrush current limiter. NKT NTC sensors are typically used in a range from −40°C to +200°C.
Kingtronics’s NKT Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) thermistors are available in an array of designs to fit nearly any desired application. We created using the best high purity materials for reliable results you can count on and customizable to fully meet your needs.
Are you looking for high quality NTC Thermistor Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistor with incredibly aggressive prices and different material?
With the increase in the usage of digital electronics, the miniaturization of components in electronic devices has increased.
NTC thermistor is preferred in such technologies for their efficiency in high-tech electronics without occupying much space. The rapid growth in the field of consumer electronics such as LEDs foresees a tremendous growth for NTC thermistors market.
Several research showing that the surge demand of NTC Thermistor is fully predictable, Kingtronics wish to help support your business with stable supply and help you cost reduction.
Kingtronics Kt NKT Negative Temperature Coefficient Features
Large power, strong capacity of suppression of inrush current
Big material constant (B value), small residual resistance
Small size, Long life, high reliability and fast response
Full compliance with RoHS and REACH
Kingtronics Kt NKT Negative Temperature Coefficient Applications
Switching power-supply, switch power, ups power
Electronic energy saving lamps, electronic ballast and all kinds of electric heater
All kinds of RT, display and other lighting lamps
A metal oxide varistor(MOV) XKT20D is a device used as a component in electrical equipment. The device will conduct low amounts of electric current very well, but will stop conducting when the current reaches high voltage levels. This property of the metal oxide varistor makes it ideal for use in electrical surge protectors.
Varistor Voltages: 18 V- 1800 V
Maximum Allowable Voltage(ACrms): 11 V- 1100 V
Nominal Varistor Voltage: 101K- 911K
Standard Size: 24×26.5mm
Operating temperature range: -40℃~+105℃
Full compliance with RoHS and REACH
It is our commitment to offer our customers the best quality products with fast delivery and the best after sales services. Welcome send to me your RFQ, let me quote and prepare samples for you to approve.
The film, which critics are calling China’s ‘Dallas Buyers Club,’ earned nearly $50 million from pre-release previews and is being hailed as a creative breakthrough for the film industry.
China’s latest blockbuster, Dying to Survive, pulled off a rare feat of box-office magic this week: it managed to earn $50 million before it even opened.
A social drama tinged with black comedy, Dying to Survive premiered to rave reviews at the Shanghai International Film Festival in late June. It then hit the road on a promotional tour holding limited sneak-peek screenings in select cities across the country.
With each stop, enthusiasm swelled, and the film soon became China’s most widely discussed, critically acclaimed movie in years, scoring a 9.7/10 rating on ticketing service Maoyan.
The producers cleverly responded by escalating the scale of the previews, and the film began earning millions in prerelease revenue. They then moved its release date forward a full day to Thursday, citing “popular demand” — which only spurred more online excitement and discussion.
As of Thursday night, Dying to Survive had already earned $48.6 million — and it wasn’t even supposed to have been released yet. Maoyan’s box-office analysts expect the film to add as much as $100 million over the weekend, before ultimately earning upwards of $420 million.
So what’s all the fuss about?
Produced by Chinese hitmaker Ning Hao, Dying to Survive tells the story of a shady health supplements supplier, played by comedy favorite Xu Zheng (Lost in Thailand), who smuggles unapproved drugs from India to sell to leukemia patients who can’t afford the prohibitively expensive official medication offered by Chinese hospitals. Initially inspired by financial interest, the smuggler’s motives evolve as he realizes how desperately his customers need help.
The film is based on the real-life story of Lu Yong, a textile trader who was diagnosed with leukemia and spent over $80,000 on official medication before turning to smuggling a vastly cheaper generic alternative from India. He went on to save more than 1,000 lives by bringing the drug into China for other patients, before he was arrested and charged in 2014 with selling fake drugs.
Hundreds of leukemia survivors Lu had helped then petitioned for his release, and he was ultimately freed without penalty by a judge who praised Lu for the way he had never personally profited from the drug sales. After news of Lu’s saga spread, many in the local and international media began comparing him to the hero of Dallas Buyers Club, the 2013 Matthew McConaughey Oscar winner about a Texas man who sold unregulated AIDS drugs to help fellow HIV sufferers in the 1980s.
Critics have hailed Dying to Survive as a breakthrough for the Chinese film industry — a rare work of stirring social significance from a film scene typically blocked by censorship from addressing topics related to China’s real-life problems. Several preview screenings have ended in standing ovations .