MEMS and Sensors

New temperature sensor for automotive e-mobility applications

24 June 2020

TDK Corp. has developed a new temperature sensor for e-mobility applications.

The B58703M1103A is designed for a temperature range of -40° C to 150° C and a temporary load of up to 200° C is allowed. At 25° C, the rated resistance is 10 kΩ with a B25/100 value of 3,625 K and a tolerance of ±1%.

The sensor can be used for temperature monitoring of busbars, battery modules and connector systems in e-mobility.

The sensor features a high electrical strength of 2.5 kV DC according to LV 123 H3 class and twisted cables for good electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance. The cable lengths are 655 mm and 1,000 mm and the sensor includes an M4 mounting bracket made from copper alloy for mounting purposes.

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