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Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

Hello all,

I was wondering what type of connector is used on the UM2 PT100 B temperature sensor - the one in the heater block?

Reiner

 

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

Dear reibuehl!

ill send you! i have it since Meduza tipped me off!

Please contact me.

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

It's not a "JST XHP-2"

It's a "MOLEX KK 22/01/2025"

 

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

Dang, you mean i actually looked too fast and took the wrong connector number out of the documentation :/

JST XHP-2 is the one used for all limit switches and stuff, not the PT100 sensor connection, as Daid said that uses another connector (MOLEX KK 22/01/2025)

 

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

May I ask if that documentation you looked it up to is public? I checked the Bill Of Materials document from GIT, but there the Sensor is only listed as one item.

 

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

Sensor is one item. We buy it as one item.

But if you look at the documentation of that item you will see that it's made of, and what the requirements are for the item.

 

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Posted · Connector type on the UM2 PT100 B temp sensor?

reibuehl: i looked in the file "Main Board V2.1.1.pdf" from github, and scrolled down to the schematics section where the mating connector model is specificed, from that you can easily find out what the connector on the sensor are.

 

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