Aug 18, 2020 · The equations used in the Steinhart-Hart method need three resistance values from the thermistor’s LUT to calculate the estimated curve fit: R1 = resistance at the lowest temperature (T1 = -40°C). R2 = resistance at a middle temperature (T2 = 25°C). R3 = resistance at the highest temperature (T3 = 125°C).
Overview This document explains using a low-cost thermistor to measure temperature with your National Instruments myDAQ in LabVIEW. The data will be acquired using the DAQ Assistant that is installed into LabVIEW with the NI DAQmx driver and converted to a temperature using basic programming in LabV...