The RTD Pt1000
works natively with Marlin, Duet/RepRapFirmware (RRF), and Klipper.
When compiling Marlin, choose temperature sensor #1047. If you want to print above 300°C, you will need to raise the maximum temperature value. If you are using Marlin 22.214.171.124 and older, you will need to change the thermistor table for thermistor 1047. Marlin 126.96.36.199 and older only have values up to 300°C. You will need to add more values to go to 500°C. Please follow the example below.
If you are using RRF, you must edit the M305 or M308 line in your config.g. RRF 2.x or earlier will use the M305 command while RRF 3.x will use the M308 command. The M305 command should look something like this:
M305 P1 X501
The 4700 value in the R field has different values for different Duet boards. You can find the value for your Duet board at the bottom of this page
The M308 command should look something like this:
M308 S1 P"temp1" Y"PT1000"
The P field should be the name of the socket that the temperature sensor is being plugged into. You find more information to better configure your sensor by looking at the documentation provided for the M305 and M308 commands found in the Gcode Dictionary
When configuring Klipper, if you are directly connecting the RTD Pt1000 without an amplifier, use the following parameter when configuring your "printer.cfg" file. Klipper will default to a 4.7 kilo ohm pull-up resistor.
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What's the difference between the 300°C Thermistor and the RTD Pt1000?
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How do I address a firmware "mintemp" error?
If your firmware is Marlin, please set the mintemp value in your firmware to the recommended value from Marlin (5°C). If your firmware isn't Marlin, please contact your 3D printer's manufacturer.
I just updated my firmware and my printer seems to freeze when it auto-levels. How should I fix this?
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After upgrading to a Mosquito™ Hotend, are there any firmware tweaks needed?
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