NTC Thermistors used for flow detection - By utilizing the properties of thermal dissipation, NTC-based sensors can be utilized to determine rate of flow, and if flow interruption occurs. Learn more about utilizing NTC Thermistors in flow detection/restriction.
Inrush Current Limiters are used to limit inrush current to prevent damaging components, blowing fuses ortripping circuit breakers. NTC thermistors can be used as inrush-current limiting devices in power supply circuits when added in series with the circuit being protected. Learn more about inrush current limiting.
Neonatal incubators and warmers are microenvironment systems delivering superior thermoregulation of premature babies. They provide exceptional healing environments for neonatal intensive care patients through sophisticated measurement of temperature, protection from cold, and maintaining high air humidity. Amphenol Advanced Sensors’ part in this important application is providing highly accurate and robust assemblies using NTC thermistor technology for temperature measurement.
Learn about NTC Sensor Linearization, including resistance/temperature characteristics, the sensing circuits, linearization errors, reduced errors and the voltage divider.
Reliable and accurate temperature sensing measurement is critical to efficient operation of the heating and filtration systems associated with pools and spas. From Amphenol Advanced Sensors, Thermometrics provides an array of sensing products for swimming pool and spa applications. Read more to learn about our product offerings.
As electrification continues, power budgets are becoming more and more critical, along with commonly askedquestions, such as - How much power does your device consume? What is the max power on your device? Learn more about Power Budgets / Dissipation.
Learn about Predictive Thermometry - Its applications and our product offering.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 1 - discusses the four factors that determine NTC thermistor electrical performance, in addition to their use in healthcare applications. Learn more about NTC thermistors and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 2 - discusses Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Applications. Learn more about EGR applications and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 3 - Discusses battery temperature sensing (EV/HEV/PHEV) and defog temperature sensors. Learn more about these applications and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 4 - Discusses Automotive Oil, Coolant and Water Temperature Sensors and the potential implications of reduce stability in thermistors. Learn more about these topics and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 5 - Discusses Thermocon, HVAC, DATS and Boiler and Pipe Applications. Learn more about these topics and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 6 - Discusses the use of Active In-Car Temperature Sensors and Outside Air Temperature Sensors in Automotive Applications. Learn more about these sensor applications and the AAS advantage.
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding Thermistors - What is a Thermistor? What is the difference between NTC and PTC Thermistors? What are some Thermistor applications? And more.
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