thermistor

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a resistor whose resistance varies rapidly and predictably with temperature and as a result can be used to measure temperature
An electronic device that reduces in electrical resistance when its temperature increases
A resistive device used for temperature sensing that is composed of metal oxides formed Into a bead and encapsulated in epoxy or glass A typical thermistor has a positive temperature coefficient, that is resistance increases dramatically arid non-linearly with temperature Though less common, there are negative temperature coefficient thermistors
Temperature sensor
An electron device employing the temperature- dependent change of resistivity of a semiconductor
A semiconductor which exhibits rapid and extremely large changes in resistance for relatively small changes in temperature
A semiconductor device who's electrical resistance changes with temperature
Resistor that varies in value according to its temperature
a semiconductor whose resistance will vary with temperature
An electrical device used for temperature measurement
A temperature sensor consisting of a semiconductor that provides rapid and large changes in resistance for relatively small changes in temperature
An electronic component whose resistance id a function of temperature
A temperature-sensing element composed of sintered semiconductor material which exhibits a large change in resistance proportional to a small change in temperature Thermistors usually have negative temperature coefficients
A temperature transducer constructed from semiconductor material and for which temperature is converted into a resistance, usually with negative slope and highly nonlinear Its usual applications are as a nonlinear circuit element (either alone or in combination with a heater), as a temperature compensator in a measurement circuit, or as a temperature measurement element
A semiconductor temperature sensor that exhibits a repeatable change in electrical resistance as a function of temperature Generally thermistors exhibit a negative temperature coefficient, where resistance decreases as temperature rises Also referred to as NTC thermistors
a temperature-sensing element which exhibits a large change in resistance proportional to a small change in temperature Thermistors usually have negative temperature coefficients Often used as a temperature controlled in a dryer
{i} resistor that is sensitive to heat (Electronics)
A temperature sensitive resistor, usually made from specially processed oxides
A resistive circuit component having a high negative temperature coefficient of resistance, so that its resistance decreases as temperature increases Made of a rugged two-terminal ceramic-like semiconductor bead, rod or disk The term is derived from "thermal resistance"
a resistor whose resistance changes with temperature Because of the known dependence of resistance on temperature, the resistor can be used as a temperature sensor
An electrical resistor composed of semiconductor material, whose resistance is a known rapidly varying function of temperature
A resistive device used for temperature sensing that is composed of metal oxides formed into a bead and encapsulated in epoxy or glass A typical thermistor has a positive temperature coefficient; that is, resistance increases dramatically and non-linearly with temperature Though less common, there are negative temperature coefficient thermistors
A TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE PASSIVE SEMICONDUCTOR WHICH EXHIBITS A LARGE CHANGE IN ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE WHEN SUBJECTED TO A SMALL CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE USUALLY EXHIBITS A NEGATIVE TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT ONLY USED INDUSTRIALLY IN FAIRLY CONSTANT TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS, AS PHOTO BATHS, COPIERS, ETC
a temperature sensor based on the high temperature coefficient of resistance of certain semi-conducing materials See the Thermistor page for details
A thermally-sensitive resistor whose resistance changes with temperature
a semiconductor device made of materials whose resistance varies as a function of temperature; can be used to compensate for temperature variation in other components of a circuit
A semi-conductor electronic device that changes resistance with a change in temperature
A semiconductor device whose resistance changes (usually decreases) with the temperature in a definite manner Used in circuits to compensate for temperature variations in other components
thermistors
plural of thermistor
thermistor
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