E3D PT100 Temperature Sensor

Better precision at higher temperatures

  • Highest precision
  • Suitable for high temperatures
  • Up to 500 ° C
  • $26.08 $28.99 -10%

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Item no.: E3D-E-PT100-100-MOLEX-INC-CABLE, Content: 1 pc

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  • Highest precision
  • Suitable for high temperatures
  • Up to 500 ° C

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Item no.: E3D-E-PT100-100-MOLEX-INC-CABLE
Manufacturer No.: E-PT100-100-MOLEX-INC-CABLE
Manufacturers: E3D
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Thermistors


PT100 are high-temperature stainless steel sensors with high accuracy that you can now use on your E3D V6 HotEnd instead of a thermistor or thermocouple. PT100 are able to measure higher temperatures than thermistors - up to 500 ° C and are more accurate than thermistors and thermocouples in general.

The PT100 sensors are also very easy to use because they have a metal cartridge construction that is secured with a set screw and no longer requires fibreglass hoses or clamping washers.

The PT100 sensor fits into the E3D cartridge-style heating blocks.

Please note that a PT100 is not the same as a thermistor. If your electronics do not explicitly support RTD measuring devices, you need an amplifier board.

The Ultimaker 2 uses PT100 sensors as standard. With this sensor, you can connect your E3D hot-end and Ultimaker electronics without changes to the electronics or firmware of the Ultimaker 2.

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