THERMISTOR


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THERMISTORThermal Resistor
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manufactures negative temperature coefficient thermistors as well as thermistor probes and assemblies with product lines that include thin film platinum resistance temperature detectors and RTD assemblies.
This is why the thermistor curve in Figure 2 crosses the 100-0 line at 25[degrees]C.
The reference temperature under transducer was measured using FLUKE type 5610 thermistor (serial No A6B0211 absolute accuracy in 0 .
Temperature sensing is commonly achieved with probes utilizing a negative temperature coefficient (NTC) chip or a disc thermistor.
If you get a reading of about 8K-to 10K-ohms, verify the thermistor is functional by placing your fingers gently on the bulb.
This involves a shift away from thermocouples, RTDs, and thermistors to infrared thermometers and fiber-optic temperature sensors.
Standard and custom thermocouples, RTDs, and thermistor probes.
Available with an integrated LED display for RH and temperature, the HT-780 uses a thin film polymer humidity sensor with [+ or -] 2% and a thermistor with [+ or -] 0.
The N9091 is a completely new Evolution model, with a thermistor sensor for high accuracy over the critical 0-70[degrees]C food range.
A thermistor is made of a temperature-sensing element composed of sintered semiconductor material that exhibits a large change in resistance proportional to a small change in temperature.