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What is the temperature sensitivity of open circuit voltage (VOC)?
The temperature sensitivity of open circuit voltage is connected to the balance between generation and recombination of carriers and its variation with temperature. A general expression that relates the temperature sensitivity of Voc to the External Radiative Efficiency (ERE) of a solar cell is provided.
What is temperature coefficient of voltage reference?
The temperature coefficient (or temperature drift) of a voltage reference is the specification that characterizes the temperature-induced errors of the output. The common method (definition) is called 鈥淏ox method鈥?that uses the following equation:
What is a temperature coefficient (tempco)?
This article looks at the temperature coefficient (tempco) specification that characterizes the temperature-induced variations in the output of a voltage reference. What Is a Temperature Coefficient Specification?
How do you calculate the temperature coefficient?
The common method (definition) for calculating the temperature coefficient is the 鈥淏ox method鈥? It鈥檚 important to note that the tempco specification doesn鈥檛 give us any information about the shape of the temperature-induced variations. It only allows us to calculate the maximum error that can occur in a specified temperature range.