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Gregg Lavenuta


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Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistors Part V: The Resistance Measuring Device and Thermistor Test Methods   September 1, 1997
By: Gregg Lavenuta

The series concludes with the role of digital multimeters in resistance measurement and a generic five-step test sequence that will assist in determining thermistor performance.

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Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistors Part IV: The Temperature Calibration Standard   August 1, 1997
By: Gregg Lavenuta

After the appropriate calibration bath has been selected, the next piece of equipment requiring attention is the temperature calibration standard, which consists of a temperature probe and a readout instrument.

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Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistors Part III: The Temperature-Controlled Bath   July 1, 1997
By: Gregg Lavenuta

Evaluating the temperature-controlled bath, usually the most costly piece of equipment in the system, can be one of the most time-consuming steps.

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Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistors Part II: Determining the Level of Uncertainty   June 1, 1997
By: Gregg Lavenuta

An understanding of the terms and the underlying concepts used to express measurement uncertainty will provide the basis for choosing the appropriate test equipment for an application.

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Negative Temperature Coefficient Thermistors Part I: Characteristics, Materials, and Configurations   May 1, 1997
By: Gregg Lavenuta

This introduction to NTC thermistor technology will help engineers and purchasing agents make the best choice for the application.




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