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10pcs 100Kohm NTC Thermistors for heated bed


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The NTC Thermistor  is widely used to protect the electronic equipment from high purity and uniform materials to achieve a construction of near-perfect theoretical density. This ensures small size, tight resistance and B value torelance, and fast response against temperature variation, making a highly sensitive and precision component. NTC Thermistor is available in wide range to meet your demands for small size and high reliability.



Resistance value 


B Value: 

(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≤10~17s (in still air)

Thermal dissipation constant (δ)

δ=1.1~1.6mW/°C (in still air)

Operating temperature range



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10 x 100K ohm NTC Thermistors for heated bed




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  • Pierre-Yves Malengre | 11/28/2019

    Hello, can I use this thermistor for Geeetech A10 ? Is there anything else to do appart from wiring it and fixing it to the nozzle ?

    • Jocelin Jia | 11/29/2019

      hello, it is for heatbed, not for hotend. if you need for A10 hotend, pls send email to sales@geeetech.com

  • Udo Hanf | 11/20/2019

    Is this Thermistor the Same as the hotend thermistor for Geeetech A30?

    • Jocelin Jia | 11/23/2019

      hello, it is not the same, but can use it

  • irene wolters | 12/19/2018

    Can i use these on the A20M

    • Jocelin Jia | 12/20/2018


  • Jocelin Jia | 11/07/2018

    please use the heat retardant taps, thanks

  • Luca Colombo | 11/07/2018

    how to fix or glue it to the hotbed?

  • Gary Graves | 10/01/2018

    Are these OK to use on a GEEETech A30 as a temperature sensor, fixed to the side of a heater block?

    • Jocelin Jia | 10/05/2018

      yes, it can use