WINSINN 3D Printer HT-NTC100K Thermistor for Sensor Heater Block Hotend Extruder
The Winsinn 3D Printer Ht, The Winsinn 3D Printer, The Sensor Heater Block Hotend Extruder, The 3D Printed Circuit Board
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What buyers say about WINSINN 3D Printer HT-NTC100K Thermistor for Sensor Heater Block Hotend Extruder
The problem with the parts is that the lead wires that are used to connect the MoBo to the hot end are not long enough and the connectors provided to connect the wires to the MoBo do not work without a special tool.
I initially thought the plug wouldn't fit, but I flipped it around and it plugged into my Ender 5 pro, since I broke the old one while I swapped to a new one.
They are much more stable than the glass thermistors and they are very affordable. If you want to accept these thermistors, you need a hotend that is setup for them or you can drill out your hotend to accept them.
I'm happy with the way the PID tuning works. I did it three times and it worked.
I bought this for an e3d v6 and it works in a testing setting, but it's not perfect and it takes a long time to reach the hotend on most 3d printers.
What configuration is used for this in marlin 2.0?
The default is 1 and it's not too far off, but these use the beta 3950, so 11 or 13 as their default.
Which marlin setting is it?
If you're using firmware that understands Steinhart-Hart values, here are the parameters that I got to work - these should get you close enough to do the job.
Is the high temp version compatible with the ce5 microswiss hotend?
I've never used a Microswiss Hotends, but I'm very happy with the Dragon Hotends.
Will it work with the pro printer?
It depends on whether your Hotend is set up to accept the cylindrical Thermistor or not. The easiest way to find out is to look at the hole the existing Thermistor goes into.
Is it possible to use this on my cr 6 se?
I think it's fine if it's the same rating and it fits in the place for the probe.