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Resistors: Nonlinear resistors  related subject: Sensors, Resistor codes
LDR's Light Dependent Resistors (photocell)
Light dependent resistors applications of Light Dependent Resistors, pdf file
Light dependent resistors
NTC thermistors a simple, intuitive tutorial on negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistors and how to make basic use of them in general, and specifically in power supply regulators
NTC thermistors This is a Negative Temperature Coeffi cient Resistor whose resistance changes as ambient temperature changes, pdf file
NTC Thermistors Thermistors are temperature sensitive passive semiconductors which exhibit a large change in electrical resistance when subjected to a relatively minute change in body temperature. Negative Temperature Coefficient (NTC) thermistors decrease in resistance when subjected to an increase in body temperature, pdf file
NTC thermistors NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient) thermistors are thermally sensitive semiconductor resistors which show a decrease in resistance as temperature increases. With 2%/K to 6 %/K, the negative temperature coefficients of resistance are about ten times greater than those of metals and about five times greater than those of silicon temperature sensors, pdf file
NTC thermistors NTC thermistors applications
PTC thermistors Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) thermistors are thermally sensitive semiconductor resistors which exhibit an increase in resistance at a specified temperature. Change in the resistance of a PTC thermistor can be brought about either by a change in the ambient temperature or internally by self heating resulting from current flowing through the device
PTC thermistors PTC thermistors, a PTC thermistor is a thermally sensitive semiconductor resistor. Its resistance value rises sharply with increasing temperature after a defined temperature (reference temperature) has been exceeded, pdf file
PTC thermistor in color CRT PTC thermistor for a degaussing circuit in color TV
PTC thermistor as overload protection pdf file
PTC thermistors selection guide pdf file
Thermistors the thermistor exhibits by far the largest parameter change with temperature, pdf file
Thermistors Selecting and Using Thermistors for Temperature Control, pdf file
Varistors: VDR  related subject: Transient suppression techniques
SIOV Metal Oxide Varistors list of pdf files concerning varistors
SIOV Metal Oxide Varistors Applications varistor Characteristic Curve, pdf file
Technical terms on varistors Voltage across the varistor measured, Maximum Clamping Voltage, Varistor Voltage, Current Wave Form for Clamping Voltage Test and Maximum Peak Current, pdf file
Varistor applications pdf file
Varistor applications Metal Oxide Varistors, pdf file
Varistors Metal Oxide Varistor Applications, , "MOV" is an abbreviation for Metal Oxide Varistor, pdf file
Varistors varistors
Varistors varistors, Varistors provide reliable and economical protection against high voltage transients and surges which may be produced, for example, by lightning, switching or electrical noise on AC or DC power lines. They have the advantage over transient suppressor diodes in as much as they can absorb much higher transient energies and can suppress positive and negative transients, pdf file
Varistors varistors, Basic Properties, Terminology and Theory, pdf file
Varistors MOV, Metal Oxide Varistor Technology for Systems through 345kV, pdf file
Varistors- General technical information pdf file
VDR applications Protective circuits, AC/DC single-phase protection, pdf file
VDR calculations VDR: Voltage dependent Resistor, pdf file
VDR varistor Varistors (Variable Resistors) are voltage-dependent resistors with a symmetrical V/I characteristic curve (figure 1b) whose resistance decreases with increasing voltage. Connected in parallel with the electronic device or circuit that is to be guarded, they form a low-resistance shunt when voltage increases and thus prevent any further rise in the overvoltage, pdf file
VDR overvoltage types overvoltage protection by varistors, pdf file
Zinc Oxide Varistor With it`s nonlinear characterisistics of resistivity, Zinc Oxide Varistor can protect all kinds of electronic devices or elements of electronic circuits from induced lightening or switching surges, pdf file

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