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Old 09-04-2002, 07:20 PM
ke6dcj ke6dcj is offline
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BTW- IF my readings of Pins 1/4 are correct (970-ohms @ 44C; and 186-ohms @ 100C), then per the Parallel Resistor circuit formula, 970-OHMS is the most resistance I can get from a parallel resistor.

Perhaps I need to increase the resistance value of the circuit (by a series resistor) to a value that I can drop with an additional resistor in parallel.

BTW- the target is to have a reading of 3.35K-Ohms at 93.3C, however, the reading needs to be under 2.9K-Ohms under 93.3C.

Does that make any sense?
I am so confused . .

:-( neil

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