Thermometrics Application Spotlight: Thermistors FAQ

A thermistor is an electronic component that exhibits a large change in resistance with a change in its body temperature. The word “thermistor” is a construction of the words “thermal resistor.” In this informative FAQ from Amphenol AS, learn about the two types of Thermistors - NTC and PTC. NTC Thermistors are thermistors with a negative temperature coefficient, that is, where resistance drops with increases in temperature.

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