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GE took over Keystone & changed the part numbers now "GE Thermometrics" li=
ke Ecomagineering stuff. Anyway the CL-60 is now a KC006L-ND from Digi-Key=
, 10 ohms cold, .18 ohms hot 5 amps continuous. Also don't forget to put a=
diode across the coil too. I used a CL-60 on my vacuum pump on my E-Jeep =
and it ran much qieter. The Digi-Key page shows a variety of these NTC dev=
ices mainly used for inrush on switching supplies and electronic loads with=
large caps on the front end.
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"Also don't forget to put a diode across the coil too."

What coil?

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>> "Also don't forget to put a diode across the coil too."

> What coil?

The motor's coil (i.e. across the motor). Cathode (banded end) to positive, anode (arrow) to negative. The diode prevents the switch that turns the motor off from being hit with huge voltage spikes when it turns off.


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