Pt1000 Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) uses a platinum resistor for the ultimate in temperature sensing performance. Works with Duet 3 and other high amperage boards out of the box. Perfect for any Pt1000-compatible 3D printers.
- Accurate from freeze-your-butt-off cold (-50 °C) to instantly-boil-your-innards hot (500 °C)
- Totally linear temperature response improves sensing accuracy across the range
- Virtually eliminates lead measurement error inherent in Pt100 sensors
- Highly accurate, IEC 60751 Class B tolerance (+/- 0.3 +0.005 |t| °C)
- 15 mm long. 3 mm diameter sensor cartridge
- 2 m long bare leads allow for easy adaptation to any 3D printer build
- 300 series stainless steel cartridge to boost durability
- Robust, thin-film construction sensor
- 100% Made in USA
Q: Will this work with a CR10s Pro V1 that has been updated to a V2? Currently running TM 7.3 firmware.
A: The RTD Pt1000 will work with the CR10s Pro V2, but it will require slightly customized firmware in order to select the proper temperature sensor. Please contact Tiny Machines for the best steps on how to do this.
G. Alin - Verified Buyer
Q: Will this thermistor work with Klipper and BTT Octo, do I need to do: "you'll want to replace the 4.7k pull-up on the board with a 1k 1% resistor" and what would this mean? Does it mean I would have to de-solder one tiny resistor and replace it on the board?
A: The RTD Pt1000 will work with the BTT Octopus and Klipper without changing the 4.7k pull-up resistor to a 1k 1% pull-up resistor. However, if you want to achieve the greatest accuracy possible, then changing the pull-up resistor to a 1k 1% resistor would be the way to go. This is...view more
Q: Hello, Is this sensor compatible with a stock Ender 6? If not, can I install the 300c sensor without modification? I plan on installing this while upgrading to a mosquito hotend. Thank you
A: Both of the mentioned temperature sensors would require a firmware update for the Ender 6. There are many resources online that can help you figure which custom firmware is best suited for your application.
Q: will this work with a prusa MK3+ current firmware?
A: You will have to modify the firmware by going to Prusa's Github page and change the temperature sensor to value for the RTD Pt1000. Then, you will have to reflash the firmware to your printer. Please follow Prusa's guide on their Github page for the proper steps.
M. James - Verified Buyer
Q: which sensor should be used when making firmware changes?
A: Here is how to update your firmware when using the RTD Pt1000 with Marlin, RRF, or Klipper firmware: https://support.sliceengineering.com/portal/en/kb/articles/how-do-i-update-my-firmware-to-be-compatible-with-the-rtd-pt1000.