Will the High Temperature Thermistor plug directly into my 3D printer's control board?
The High Temperature Thermistor has bare leads. Unless your 3D printer's control board uses screw terminals for the temperature sensor port, you will need to add a connector so it fits directly into your 3D printer's control board.
How do I update my firmware to be compatible with the High Temperature Thermistor?
450°C High Temperature Thermistor The 450°C High Temperature Thermistor works natively with Marlin 2.0, Duet/RepRapFirmware, and Klipper. Alternatively, you can find the Resistance-Temperature (RT) table on our High Temperature Thermistor page and do ...
What's the difference between the 300°C Thermistor and the RTD Pt1000?
Both the 300°C Thermistor and the RTD Pt1000 perform the same task, they measure the temperature of the hot block and relay that to the 3D printer's board. However, there are a few key differences between the two. The 300°C Thermistor can only read ...
During setup with my Duet printer, I'm getting a "A heater fault has occurred" error when trying to heat.
Your thermistor resistance/temperature values in the printer's firmware likely needs to be updated. Go to the RepRapFirmware Configuration Tool and follow the prompts until you get to "Heater configuration". Select the EO or E1 sensor channel, ...
How to Install the Prusa i3 (MK2.5/3/3S/3S+) Copperhead® Upgrade Kit
How to Install the Prusa i3 (MK2.5/3/3S/3S+) Copperhead® Upgrade Kit Overview The Prusa i3 Upgrade Kit has all the necessary components to replace your stock i3 hotend with a new Slice Engineering® hotend. This kit utilizes the existing heat sink, ...
After upgrading to a Mosquito™ Hotend, are there any firmware tweaks needed?
We recommend performing a PID tune after making any changes to the hotend setup on your 3D printer, including changing sensors, heaters, hotends, or adding thermal paste. If you are also upgrading to our High Temperature Thermistor, you will need to ...