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Nanjing Kemin Electronic Co. Ltd

KeminNanjing Kemin Electronic Co., Ltd. engages in developing and manufacturing thermistors and temperature sensors. Kemin has advanced production equipment, consummation special experiment, and metering equipment. Kemin’s main products are Negative temperature coefficient NTC thermistors, temperature sensors, and varistors. Kemin offers high sensitivity and accuracy with its NTC thermistor, and sensor products. These products are ideal when fast response time, limited space, high reliability, or wide temperature range is required.

Kemin goal is to supply customers with the best thermistors and other temperature sensing components. Kemin is a leading supplier of temperature sensing products. Kemin is committed to quality and customer satisfaction. Kemin mission is providing quality components at affordable prices.

Kemin attained ISO9000 quality certification in 2000, SGS environmental protection certification in 2004, and CQC safe certification in 2005.

Thermistors

Thermistors are thermally sensitive resistors whose prime function is to exhibit a large, predictable and precise change in electrical resistance when subjected to a corresponding change in body temperature. These thermistors exhibit a decrease in electrical resistance when subjected to an increase in body temperature and thermistors exhibit an increase in electrical resistance when subjected to an increase in body temperature. Because of their low cost and the simple circuitry required, in many applications they are actually preferable to more expensive thermocouples and RTDs / Resistance Temperature Detectors.(Compared to most NTC/PTC thermistors, the RTD is much most stable and precise but also more expensive). Thermistors can be produced in very small designs, with a fast response and low thermal mass. Thermistors are often called negative temperature coefficient (NTC) sensors.