1M NTC Thermistor Accuracy Temperature Sensor 10K 1% 3950 Waterproof Probe

Thermistors are one of the most accurate types of temperature sensors. OMEGA thermistors have an accuracy of ±0.1°C or ±0.2°C depending on the particular temperature sensor model. However, these elements are fairly limited in their temperature range, working only over a nominal range of 0°C to 100°C.

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1M NTC Thermistor Accuracy Temperature Sensor Thermistor NTC 10K 1% 3950 Waterproof Probe.

Description: 

NTC stands for “Negative Temperature Coefficient. 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.

Features:

  • Stainless steel sheath and waterproof.
  • Measurement range: -20 to 105 °C.
  • Length of wire: 1 meter.
  • Output: 2 wires.
  • Type: NTC 10k±1% 3950.
  • measure environmental temperatures using Arduino ADC and this 10k NTC LINK.
  • Resistance to temperature conversion table LINK.
  • B-constant : 3380K -/+ 1%.
  • Typical Dissipation Constant 5mW/ °C.
  • Probe insulation: >100MOhm.
  • Peak Voltage sustain time: 2 seconds, AC1800V 1mA 2 seconds.
  • Stress sustain: 9.8N (1kgF) for 1 minute no deformation..

Package included:  1x 1M NTC Thermistor Accuracy Temperature Sensor Thermistor NTC 10K 1% 3950 Waterproof Probe.

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Using a Thermistor to Measure Temperature.

The simplest way of doing this is to use the thermistor as part of a potential divider circuit as shown. A constant supply voltage is applied across the resistor and thermistor series circuit with the output voltage measured from across the thermistor.

Why is it difficult to measure temperature with a thermistor?

Technically, all resistors are thermistors – their resistance changes slightly with temperature.  But the change is usually very very small and difficult to measure. Thermistors are made so that the resistance changes drastically with temperature so that it can be 100 ohms or more of change per degree!

 

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Weight 0.010 kg
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 1 cm


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