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At Labfacility, we specialise in manufacturing a diverse range of NTC thermistor temperature sensing probes. Our probes are crafted using high-accuracy, interchangeable elements known for their excellent long-term stability.

  • Standard Probes: Our standard line features a 10kΩ NTC element.
  • Custom Designs: We offer bespoke design and fabrication services to match your specific requirements.


Click here to view the '10k Thermistor Characteristics Table'

Our NTC thermistor probes are suitable for a wide range of applications due to their precision and reliability. Whether you need a standard probe or a custom solution, Labfacility is equipped to provide the perfect thermistor option for your needs.

Typical applications for a Thermistor Temperature Sensor?

Thermistors find applications in various industries and scenarios where precise temperature measurement and control are essential. Typical applications include:

  • Temperature Sensing and Monitoring: Thermistors are commonly used in thermostats, HVAC systems, and temperature control circuits for monitoring and regulating temperatures in buildings, homes, and industrial environments.
  • Medical Devices: Thermistors are used in medical devices for measuring body temperature, such as in ear thermometers, fever patches, and medical probes.
  • Automotive: Thermistors are employed in automotive applications for monitoring engine temperature, cabin temperature, and regulating heating and cooling systems.
  • Appliances: Thermistors are used in household appliances like refrigerators, freezers, ovens, and water heaters for temperature control and monitoring.
  • Weather Stations: Thermistors are used in weather stations and meteorological equipment for measuring outdoor temperature, humidity, and environmental conditions.
  • Food Industry: Thermistors play a role in food processing and storage, ensuring that temperatures stay within safe limits in refrigerators, cold storage units, and food transportation.
  • Industrial Processes: Thermistors are used in industrial equipment and processes where precise temperature control is critical, such as in chemical reactors, plastic moulding, and semiconductor manufacturing.
  • Consumer Electronics: Thermistors are integrated into consumer electronics like smartphones, laptops, and wearable devices for monitoring internal temperature and preventing overheating.
  • HVAC Systems: Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems use thermistors for temperature sensing and control, ensuring comfort and energy efficiency in buildings.
  • Energy Management: Thermistors are employed in energy management systems for monitoring and keeping energy consumption in heating and cooling systems, helping to reduce energy costs.

These are just ten examples of the diverse applications of thermistors in various industries and technologies where temperature measurement and control are vital.

For more information or to discuss your specific requirements, feel free to contact our technical sales team on 01243 871280 or email