Temperature Sensors - NTC Thermistors

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Questions with Temperature Sensors - NTC Thermistors

  • Ask: How does NTC temperature sensor work?

    Answer: NTC thermistors are resistors with a negative temperature coefficient, which means that the resistance decreases with increasing temperature. They are primarily used as resistive temperature sensors and current-limiting devices. ... NTC sensors are typically used in a range from −55°C to 200°C.

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  • Ask: Where are NTC thermistors used?

    Answer: With an NTC thermistor, when the temperature increases, resistance decreases. ... This type of thermistor is used the most. A PTC thermistor works a little differently. When temperature increases, the resistance increases, and when temperature decreases, resistance decreases.

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  • Ask: How do you find the resistance of a thermistor?

    Answer: Thermistor probes can be used in automobile and truck tire curing, as well as for monitoring and controlling engine temperatures. They are even used in missiles and spacecraft. Some more potential equipment uses of NTC thermistor probes are for plastic laminating and hot glue, as well as fire protection and safety.

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  • Ask: Why does the resistance of an NTC thermistor decrease with temperature?

    Answer: The percent resistance tolerance is determined by multiplying the specified temperature tolerance by the NTC of the thermistor at the given temperature point. NTC (%/°C) × Temperature Tolerance (± °C) = ± % Resistance Tolerance.

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  • Ask: What are NTC thermistors used for?

    Answer: NTC Thermistors are non-linear resistors, which alter their resistance characteristics with temperature. The resistance of NTC will decrease as the temperature increases. The manner in which the resistance decreases is related to a constant known in the electronics industry as beta, or ß. Beta is measured in °K.

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  • Ask: How does NTC thermistor work?

    Answer: NTC thermistors are resistors with a negative temperature coefficient, which means that the resistance decreases with increasing temperature. They are primarily used as resistive temperature sensors and current-limiting devices.

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  • Ask: What are NTC thermistors made of?

    Answer: There are two types of thermistors: Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) and Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC). With an NTC thermistor, when the temperature increases, resistance decreases. Conversely, when temperature decreases, resistance increases. ... This type of thermistor is generally used as a fuse.

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  • Ask: What is the difference between PTC and NTC thermistor?

    Answer: Many NTC thermistors are made from a pressed disc, rod, plate, bead or cast chip of semiconducting material such as sintered metal oxides. They work because raising the temperature of a semiconductor increases the number of active charge carriers it promotes them into the conduction band.

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