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  • 10pcs 100Kohm NTC Thermistors for JIETAI hotend
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10pcs 100Kohm NTC Thermistors for JIETAI hotend
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This 100K NTC thermsitor MF58 is recommended as temperature sensor to use with Geeetech(JIETAI) hotend.

 

Specifications:

Resistance value 

R(25°C)=100K±1% 

B Value: 

B=3950±3% 
(calculated from resistance value at 25°C and 50C)

Insulation resistance

50MΩ or over by DC500V megger (between glass and lead wire)

Thermal time constant (τ)

τ≤Sec(in still air)

Thermal dissipation constant (δ)

δ=2.1mW/°C (in still air)

Operating temperature range

-40°C~+300°C

 

 

Package list:

10 x 100Kohm NTC Thermistors for hotend

 

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  • Daryl Banks | 06/01/2017

    Is this the correct thermister for the Geeetech Aluminum Prusa I3 3D Printer kit?

    • Zina Luo | 06/02/2017

      HI Daryl ,yes it can usd on Aluminum printer.


  • Aurelien GONCE | 04/14/2017

    I am getting a Err: MINTEMP for the HotEnd. After switching with the sensor from the bed the termperature is OK. I have a prusa i3 pro B with MK8 extruder. Is this thermistor is the one used in my extruder?

    • rita xiang | 04/14/2017

      Yes Aurelien, this is the thermistor for the MK8 extruder.


  • Lawrence Johnson | 12/28/2016

    Is this thermistor for the M201 Printer ?

    • rita xiang | 01/04/2017

      Hello Lawrence, Yes,it is the thermistor for the M201 Printer.


  • Jose Landa | 08/30/2015

    John zhao, not is WHERE this we know, is WHAT IS, we need the thermistor table.


  • Diego Trapero | 01/31/2015

    What is the thermistor table in Marlin for this component?

    • John zhao | 02/01/2015

      In the file configuration.h


  • Jasper Yao | 07/17/2014

    Do you have a data sheet for this component?