[time-nuts] Thermistor on OCXO

Azelio Boriani azelio.boriani at screen.it
Wed Oct 17 18:43:04 EDT 2012

You should sense the ambient temperature, the OCXO temperature is supposed
to be constant. Sensing the ambient you can "anticipate" the move of the
OCXO tem,perature controller trying to contrast the variation. Indeed I
have seen in the Morion MV201 that the EFC doesn't go only to its pin but
also to the temperature controller. It seems that this type of temperature
compensation is already used.

On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 11:16 PM, Bill Dailey <docdailey at gmail.com> wrote:

> If I wanted to try to compensate for temperature variation of my OCXO...
> where would I attach a thermistor?  What would be a good method of
> attachment to best respresent the OCXO temp without opening the OCXO and
> without an undue influence of ambient temperature?  The OCXO in question is
> Datum 1111C... was thinking of using thermal epoxy to hold it down and then
> putting some insulating material (suggestions) on top of it.
> --
> Doc
> Bill Dailey
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