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UMO+ Replacement Thermocouple

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I accidentally broke the thermocouple and am trying to find where I can get a replacement. I live in Canada and found this website http://shop3d.ca/product/pt100-b-sensor/

but am wondering is this the same thermocouple used on the UMO+. It looks the same but the webpage only says it is used with Ultimaker 2 family.

Side question does anyone know a good place to get spare parts in Canada?

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Shop3d.ca it's the official Ultimaker sales partner for Canada, so there's no better :D

UMO+ uses a pt100 heat sensor, UMO (not plus) uses Thermocupler

Yeah that link it's what you need. But if you have doubts drop them a mail or msg to @valcrow / Jacky and they will answer you really fast.

For Canada check the list of resellers:

https://ultimaker.com/en/resellers?c=CA

Edit. When buying a pt100 for umo+ remember to ask how long it's the cable, umo+ uses a 1.5m long cable and um2 can use a 1.2m cable. Both will work, but if you are use to have all grabbed by the plastic cable cover that comes with umo+ it will be easier (to keep everything beautiful) to use the same length.

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Shop3d.ca it's the official Ultimaker sales partner for Canada, so there's no better :D

UMO+ uses a pt100 heat sensor, UMO (not plus) uses Thermocupler

Yeah that link it's what you need. But if you have doubts drop them a mail or msg to @valcrow / Jacky and they will answer you really fast.

For Canada check the list of resellers:

https://ultimaker.com/en/resellers?c=CA

Edit. When buying a pt100 for umo+ remember to ask how long it's the cable, umo+ uses a 1.5m long cable and um2 can use a 1.2m cable. Both will work, but if you are use to have all grabbed by the plastic cable cover that comes with umo+ it will be easier (to keep everything beautiful) to use the same length.

 

Thanks for the plug :D you are fast!

Valcrow from shop3d.ca here. We carry most of the parts, not all of them are listed on our site since it's just too many to list. However if you're in need for something specific let us know and we'll likely be able to get it decently quickly if it's not already in stock.

I have to check tomorrow if we have a UMO pt100/heater cartridge in stock. We have most um2 parts and 'some' UMO+ parts on hand.

Send sales (at) shop3d.ca with the parts you'd like and we'll help you out!

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