Chip NTC Thermistors (Protection Device)

Chip NTC Thermistor Simulation

When you select the product type (brand, chip size, application), some representative product lists are displayed.
After that, enter the conditions (Vin, Vout, temperature range) and click the simulation button to determine whether the conditions are satisfied.

Product Type

  • Brand
  • Application
  • Chip Size

Conditions

  • Vin / V (5V Max.) ?
  • Temperature Range / ℃ ? to
  • Vout / V (0<Vout<Vin) ? to

  • [Current condition]
  • Common circuit. By dividing the voltage into a thermistor and fixed resistance, it prevents thermal runaway due to self-heating of the thermistor.
    Vout decreases with temperature rise.
Graph Judgement Part No. ? R25 / Ω B value [25/50°C] / K B value [25/85°C] / K B value [25/100°C] / K Recommended R1/Ω
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

Vout

Configuration

Temperature Rise ?

Configuration

Gain

Configuration
  • In the same configuration as the circuit 1, obtain the voltage from the fixed resistance.
    Vout increases with temperature rise.
Graph Judgement Part No. ? R25 / Ω B value [25/50°C] / K B value [25/85°C] / K B value [25/100°C] / K Recommended R1/Ω
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

Vout

Configuration

Temperature Rise ?

Configuration

Gain

Configuration
  • By adjusting R1 and R2, it has a function to adjust Vout at low temperature.
    Also, self-heating of the thermistor can be reduced.
Graph Judgement Part No. ? R25 / Ω B value [25/50°C] / K B value [25/85°C] / K B value [25/100°C] / K Recommended R1/Ω Recommended R2/Ω
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

Vout

Configuration

Temperature Rise ?

Configuration

Gain

Configuration
  • By adjusting R1 and R2, it has a function to adjust Vout at high temperature.
    Also, self-heating of the thermistor can be reduced.
Graph Judgement Part No. ? R25 / Ω B value [25/50°C] / K B value [25/85°C] / K B value [25/100°C] / K Recommended R1/Ω Recommended R2/Ω
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

Vout

Configuration

Temperature Rise ?

Configuration

Gain

Configuration