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Industry's smallest linear thermistors help engineers reach new thermal limits

Industry's smallest linear thermistors help engineers reach new thermal limits

03/24/2020

Texas Instruments (TI) expanded its temperature sensing portfolio to include linear thermistors that deliver up to 50% higher accuracy than negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistors. The higher accuracy of TIís thermistors enables operation closer to the thermal limits of the other components and the overall system, helping engineers maximize performance while reducing bill-of-materials (BOM) and total solution cost.

NTC thermistors are widely used due to their low price; however, they present several challenges to design engineers, including degraded performance at temperature extremes and complex calibration requirements, which increases design time. TIís new linear thermistors are available at a similar price while providing significantly more value Ė most notably minimizing design time, reducing component count and increasing system performance.

TIís new thermistors deliver reliable, highly accurate thermal measurements, particularly at temperatures above 80įC. This is especially important for industrial, automotive and consumer applications where precise, real-time temperature readings are fundamental to system performance and protection.

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