Industry's smallest linear thermistors
High-sensitivity and single-point calibration for high accuracy
Our thermistors provide the benefits of silicon-based linear thermistor technology at the same low cost and small size of traditional NTC thermistors. These devices maintain high sensitivity enabling up to 50% higher accuracy than NTC thermistors. Simplify your design with thermistors that eliminate the need for additional linearization circuitry and multi-point calibration. In addition, unlike NTC thermistors, these linear thermistor sensors offer the ability to calibrate with only a room temperature offset, optimize resolution and reduce the impact of system noise in software, reducing the need for external components or multi-point calibration to achieve accurate measurements. Visit our applications page to learn more about how these thermistor sensor replacements extend the limits of motors, power solutions and processors in automotive and industrial systems.
Our thermistors deliver greater accuracy, resistance tolerance and long-term reliability than NTC thermistors
- Low power consumption
- Minimized self-heating
- <1% max sensor drift
Linear calculation of resistance and tolerance simplifies designs and lowers system cost for both hardware and software
- Zero linearization
- Single-point room temperature calibration
- Software optimization of resolution and noise
Industry's smallest linear thermistor packages reduce PCB layout and enable closer proximity to thermal hot spots
- Small 0402, 0603 and 0805 packages
- Industry's smallest 2-pin TO-92
- 0.6-s response time
Offering drop-in hardware replacement (0402, 0603, 0805, off-board) compared to NTC sensors, these thermistors offer improved performance at a low price. UL and AEC-Q100 certified options available as well.
In this video we discuss resistance tolerance, calibration, reliability, power consumption, and self-heating to compare NTC thermistor sensors with TI's silicon based linear thermistor sensors.
Use the thermistor design tool to view resistance tables and begin your design with example temperature conversion methods and code
This white paper discusses the two types of thermistors, negative temperature coefficient (NTC) and silicon based linear positive temperature coefficient (PTC) thermisors and considerations when designing with them.