Ametherm NTC thermistors are designed for durable performance. Typical applications include: temperature measurement, control, and compensation.


NTC Thermistor Application Notes

Calculating Beta

Predict the resistance of an NTC Thermistor Probe at a given temperature

Temperature Measurement
One of the easiest ways to measure temperature with an NTC Thermistor Probe is to use a Wheatstone bridge.
Steinhart & Hart Equation
Predict the resistance of an NTC Thermistor Probe at a given temperature - Most accurate method
Power Dissipation for Temperature Detection Circuits
Account for power dissipation in an NTC Thermistor Probe temperature detection circuit.
Calculating the Temperature Coefficient
NTC Thermistor Probes are a good alternative to semiconductor circuitry for temperature related problems.
Temperature Compensation Circuits
An NTC Thermistor Probe is a common method of compensating for temperature changes in coils and solenoids.
Accurate Temperature Measurements
Guidelines for achieving the most accurate measurements using an NTC Thermistor Probe.
Temperature - Wheatstone Bridge
To calculate the life expectancy of a Thermistor Probe follow these steps.


Applications of NTC Thermistor Probes

There are many potential applications for NTC thermistors. Thermistor's accuracy and stability make them highly useful for a wide range of purposes. These applications include temperature measurement, compensation, and control. NTC thermistors are generally used as resistance thermometers and thermistors are extremely versatile.  An NTC thermistor works  well for low temperature measurements. There are many power and clean energy uses for NTC thermistors.
Thermistor Probes