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Hello sir..I'm really grateful to you it helped me a lot for my previous question that i asked you..
I have another question now which i can't solve.
How to get temperature of 100k ntc..
Actually I'm unable to find the equation that i can understand... Some of the code i got was really tough for me to understand how to make it out.
I need the calculation for the 100k ntc temperature.

 

* This has been split from the original thread as it is a totally new topic and moved to a general area until you can provide more defining details matching a more suitable forum. Moderator *

Rjchoudhary

Last Edited: Tue. Mar 17, 2020 - 10:54 AM
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The same question has also been tacked-on to an old thread:

 

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As there are already replies in that other thread I'll lock this.

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