Resistance Change with Temperature
The calculation for change in resistance based on temperature change is
included here as a calculator topic. Working electricians do not need to make
As a conductor gets hotter, the resistance goes up. There is a calculation
to determine the resistance at various temperatures. This calculation only works
for temperatures which are higher than 75 degrees C.
Formula: resistance at 75 degrees C times ( 1 + .00323 times (new
temperature minus 75) ) equals read answer
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