I bought a thermistor together with my Arduino, because I thought it would be a good first project. I should have gone a different way, since it is obviously too complex for my level, but well, now I have got it, and I am trying to understand it, so I hope you can help.
Why are there seven different graphs (NTT = 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120°C)? The only possible explanation I can think of is that the thermistor comes in severen different versions with each their NTT, and I have one of them (without knowing which one). Is this correct, and if not, then what is this NTT?
NTT is short for "nominal temperature threshold", but little shows up when I Internet search for it.
The text on the thermistor says
D801 A80. Perhaps the 80 means that it has NTT = 80°C?