To find degree tolerance – Add standard part tolerance to maximum deviation and divide by the NTC value.

To find percent tolerance – Multiply degree tolerance by NTC value.

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## Calculators for Temperature and Thermistor Applications

**Beta Value Calculator** - The approximate relationship between the resistance and temperature for a NTC thermistor.

**R – T (Resistance vs. Temperature Tables)** – A table showing the standard resistance at each temperature point.

**Steinhart-Hart Calculator** - The Steinhart–Hart equation is a model of the resistance of a semiconductor at different temperatures.

- where:
- T is the temperature (in Kelvin)
- R is the resistance at T (in ohms)
- A, B, and C are the Steinhart-Hart coefficients which vary depending on the type and model of thermistor and the temperature range of interest. (The most general form of the applied equation contains a (ln(R))2 term, but this is frequently neglected because it is typically much smaller than the other coefficients, and is therefore not shown above.)

**Basic Thermistor Formulas**To find degree tolerance – Add standard part tolerance to maximum deviation and divide by the NTC value.

To find percent tolerance – Multiply degree tolerance by NTC value.