Working temperature up to 300C. Leads insulated with fiberglass, thermistor glued with 600C rated ceramic compound.
Our Screw In Thermistor uses most popular in reprap community EPCOS B57560G104F.Hex brass body with M3x0.5 threaded stud allows you to easily screw the thermistor into a M3 hole with zero chance of it falling out halfway through a print.Simply tap the existing hole on your hot end with a M3 tap and screw in the thermistor. The thermistor leads are insulated in fiberglass Tubing, 2 Pole JST Style Connector is attached to the leads ends. Connection cable with mating JST connector for connecting with 3D printer electronics is included. Thermistor glued in housing with high temperature 600C rated ceramic glue. Maximum allowed temperature for prolonged time is 300C.Package Contents
- 1 x Hex Housed Modular Thermistor assembled with PTFE tubing, JST female connector and NTC EPCOS B57560G104F 100k Thermistor.
- 1 x Connection cable, 1 meter long.
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I was having constant errors and after trying a direct replacement, I decided to try this before giving up, and it solved all my problems. I will be changing any thermistor in my future printer purchases to this immediately.
Let me state first that I haven't used this part yet but I intend to. My initial observation is that the brass hex used to screw the thermister in place is larger than necessary thereby sinking heat away from the heat block and exposing the sinked heat to cooling air from the fan. I would reduce the hex height by at least 50%. I would also make it square rather than hex.
Not sure where you got the data sheet, but the EPCOS data sheet at Farnell shows 300°C
EPCOS B57560G104F Datasheet states this thermistor's maximum working temperature is 200c. In the description here you can clearly see that the stated working temperature is 300c. Clearly this is false advertising as defined by law.
I'll be requesting a refund, or back charging. Whichever is more effective.
Don't lie about your products. Know what you're selling if this is an honest mistake, but I don't think it is.