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The Motor Temperature Control Units

  PTC and PT100 are the thermosensitive elements in the motor winding, both of which belong to the thermal resistance, and the resistance values change with the change of the temperature.

  PTC is the abbreviation of Positive Tempetrature Coefficient, which is a type of thermistor. It refers to a type of thermistor whose value increases with the increase of temperature. This kind of thermistor is widely used in protective circuits.

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  When the PTC thermistor is installed in the protective circuit, once the peripheral temperature reaches a certain temperature critical point, the positive temperature coefficient of the thermistor value will increase sharply, and the resistance value will tend to infinity. By using this characteristic, the protection circuit can be started by a switch signal of the control circuit, thus the protection of a specific object can be realized. When the temperature drops, the PTC will automatically remove the protection or alarm state, and the system will re-operate as scheduled.

  Although PT100 is also a thermistor, the positive temperature coefficient is very stable. PT is the type of platinum, which means that the resistance of PT100 is 100ohm at 0 degrees. PT100 is a kind of resistive temperature sensor, which takes advantage of the regular change of resistance value of platinum with the change of tempearture. There is a strict one-to-one correspondence between PT100 resistance and temperature, which is commonly referred to as athermometer. The common temperature range of PT100 is -200 to 650 degrees, which is used in conjunction with the temperature of the object under test in real time.