Rice cooks at boiling temperature (100° celsius or 212 F). Usually, automated rice cookers will sense via thermistor temperature snesor (thermal cutoff fuse built-in) when the water starts boiling and stop the cooking process. Welcome to buy Aluminium 1060 0.5MM NTC 100k Thermistor CWF NTC Negative Temperature Coefficient from Aolittle. Every request from customers is being replied within 24 hours.
Aluminium 1060 0.5MM NTC 100k Thermistor CWF NTC Negative Temperature Coefficient
Rice Cooker Aluminium Housing Thermistor Temperature Sensors 100K With Thermal Fuse
Description Of The Rice Cooker Aluminium Housing Thermistor Temperature Sensors
Rice cooks at boiling temperature (100° celsius or 212 F). Usually, automated rice cookers will sense via thermistor temperature snesor (thermal cutoff fuse built-in) when the water starts boiling and stop the cooking process.
|NO||COMPONENT||MATERIAL AND SPECIFICATIONS||Q'TY||REMARK|
|2-1.||Element||R25=100KΩ±1% B25/50=3950±1% DD||1|
|SM182A0 187℃ NEC||1|
|2-2.||Housing||1060 Aluminium 0.5mm Y-007I||1|
|Material: Dupont PA66||1||Black|
|2-3.||Coating||Thermal conductive silicone||White|
|2-4.||Lead Wire||UL 1332# 24AWG 200℃ 300V (Red/White), UL 3122# Braided wire 20AWG(28*Φ0.15) Green / yellow||3|
|2-5.||Casing||PTFE Casing (Transparent) L=70mm, Heat shrinkable tube (Black) Φ5.5 L=20mm, ø2.4 L=75mm||7|
|2-6.||Terminal||XH-2.54 & XH-2Y (Red/White), 187-T0.5 Terminal + transparent sheath, Mounting holes phi 2.6 * 10 ring terminal, (rivet)||3|
Performance Data Of The Rice Cooker Aluminium Housing Thermistor Temperature Sensors
|NO||Item||Sign||Test Conditions||Min.||Normal value||Max.||Unit|
|4-1.||Resistance at 25℃||R25||
|4-6.||Withstand voltage||/||1800V AC||5||/||/||Sec|
Understanding its key components will help you use a rice cooker easily. While there are different types of rice cookers out there, most of them have six main parts:
1. Main Body. This is the exterior pot that houses the inner cooking pan, heating plate, as well as the main circuitry found under the base. It’s usually made of stainless steel or plastic.
2. Inner Pot. The inner cooking pot is where all the cooking happens. Once it’s turned on, the plate will start to heat and boil the water in the pot. This is usually made of non-stick material, either stainless steel or ceramic.
3. Heating Plate. Depending on the variety of cooker, the heating element will either direct heat to the bottom of the pan or heat the entire pot (IH).
4. Thermal Sensor. This is the mechanism that detects whether the temperature has reached boiling temperature and signals the device to stop cooking.
5. Indicator lights. Found in standard rice cookers, these lights let you know if the device is in cook mode or resting in warm mode.
6. Navigation buttons. For more advanced devices, you’ll find a display menu for selecting different settings such as delay timer. In multi-cookers, this is where you can select various cooking programs.