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TC-NTC-1 Digi-Key Laird Technologies - Engineered Thermal Solutions Fans, Thermal Management THERMOELECT MOD NTC SENSOR
JC502C3R5/13M Digi-Key Amphenol Advanced Sensors Sensors, Transducers THERMISTOR NTC SENSOR 4990 OHM
JC103C4R5/F Digi-Key Amphenol Advanced Sensors Sensors, Transducers THERMISTOR NTC SENSOR 9925 OHM
NXRT15XH103FA1B030 Digi-Key Murata Electronics North America Sensors, Transducers NTC THERMISTOR FOR TEMP SENSOR
JC103C3R5/17M Digi-Key Amphenol Advanced Sensors Sensors, Transducers THERMISTOR NTC SENSOR 9983 OHM
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  • Hot tips on IC temp sensors
    a positive temperature coefficient (PTC). A PTC means resistance rises as the temperature climbs. Other materials may have a negative temperature coefficient (NTC). The resistance of NTC material falls as the temperature climbs. The most common device used to sense temperature is the thermistor
  • Ferro Techniek's E-FAST® Sensor Technology
    Why use E-FAST®? Because our elements are high powered, fast and extremely responsive, any lack of dissipation of the heat due to abnormal use, dirt or scaling should be detected immediately. Bimetal switches, thermal fuses, NTC's and other present-day temperature protective devices are limited
  • Medical Device Link .
    coefficient (NTC) thermistor-based sensors, according to Breda Newell of Medical applications require temperature sensors that have a fast response time and that are small, accurate, and very sensitive to temperature changes, she explains. NTC thermistors have a temperature sensitivity on the order
  • Thermistors in Single Supply Temperature Sensing Circuits
    focuses on circuit solutions that use Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) thermistors in the design. The Thermistor has a non-linear resistance change-over temperature. The degree of this non-linearity will be discussed in the "Hardware Linearization Solutions" section of this application note
  • Thermistor Temperature Sensing with MCP6S2X PGA
    This application note shows two circuits that use a precise, negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistor for temperature measurement. The thermistor is placed in a resistive divider to linearize the voltage response to temperature. This voltage is then processed in the analog domain

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