3) Resistance temperature coefficient

The resistance-temperature coefficient (α) is defined as the rate of change of the zero-power resistance associated with a temperature variation of 1˚C at any given temperature.
The relationship between the resistance-temperature coefficient (α) and the B value can be obtained by differentiating equation 1 above.

 

 


A negative value signifies that the rated zero-power resistance decreases

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