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A great product. I used the 10K Thermistor in my home brewing setup to keep an eye on and adjust the fermentation temperature. It helps me control the temperature precisely.
A 10K temperature sensor (also known as a thermistor) is a type of resistor that changes its resistance value in response to changes in temperature. The "10K" refers to its resistance value at a temperature of 25°C, which is 10,000 ohms. Thermistors are commonly used in temperature sensing and control applications because of their high sensitivity and fast response time. They are often preferred over other temperature sensors such as thermocouples and RTDs because they are smaller, cheaper, and easier to use. There are two main types of thermistors: negative temperature coefficient (NTC) and positive temperature coefficient (PTC). NTC thermistors have a resistance that decreases as the temperature increases, while PTC thermistors have a resistance that increases as the temperature increases.
Thermistors are inexpensive, easily-obtainable temperature sensors. They are easy to use and adaptable. Circuits with thermistors can have reasonable output voltages - not the millivolt outputs thermocouples have. Because of these qualities, thermistors are widely used for simple temperature measurements. They're not used for high temperatures, but in the temperature ranges where they work they are widely used.
Also check 10K Thermistor Temperature Sensor Module(3 Pin) available on the Robocraze website. This temperature sensor module is sensitive to ambient temperature and is commonly used to detect the temperature of the surrounding environment. It features a working voltage of 3.3V-5V and uses the LM393 comparator for voltage comparison. The output format is digital switching output (0 and 1), and it has a temperature detection range of 20 to 80 degrees Celsius.
Also check 10K Thermistor Temperature Sensor Module(4 Pin). The module is small and low-cost. It can be used to detect the temperature of the surrounding environment.
|Resistance at 25 degrees C
|10K +- 1%
|Thermal cooling time constant
|<= (in air) 20 seconds
|Thermistor temperature range
|-55 °C to 125 °C
|3 x 1 x 1cms
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