As a resistive component, the thermistor can be driven using a voltage source (left) or current source (right). In practice, most voltage-driven circuits use a ratiometric arrangement to cancel the effects of source drift

AuthorsBill Schweber
Main DocumentArticle «"Linear" PTC Thermistors Overcome NTC Temperature-Sensing Shortcomings»
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As a resistive component, the thermistor can be driven using a voltage source (left) or current source (right) In practice, most voltage-driven circuits use a ratiometric arrangement to cancel the effects of source drift

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