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October 24, 2022
What resistance should I read At zero degrees Fahrenheit ,On the thermistor. I do get a reading and the resistance changes with temperature but is it reading accurately is the question.
For model number 106.53203202l
Hello Ron, thank you for your question. At 77 degrees the resistance reading should be around 2.7K ohms and around 42K ohms of resistance at 0 degrees. We hope this is what you were looking for.
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January 31, 2023
I've been testing this thermistor and I get about 2.8K at room temperature. My freezer seems to be running full-time so it is at -6F now. When I test at all range levels on the multimeter with the thermistor in the freezer for a while it reads out of range, solid 1. Should it ever show infinite resistance?
For model number 106.53552202
Hello Tom, Thank you for the question. If it is reading out of range it would be considered defective. At 77 degrees the resistance reading should be around 2.7K ohms and around 42K ohms of resistance at 0 degrees. We hope this information helps!
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