Aibecy NTC 3950 100K ohm Thermistor Sensor with 1.1m Cable for RepRap Prusa i3 Anet 3D Printer Kit Replacement Parts

Features:
NTC pre-wired thermistor for most 3D printers heat bed & extruder.
100K ohm temperature sensor.
3P terminal for connecting.
With 1.1m long high temperature insulated wire.
Durable material for long life.

Specifications:
Material: High Temperature Teflon(200°C)
Resistance: at 25°C=100K ohm
Cable Length: Approx. 1.1m
Working Temperature Range: -40°C~+300°C
Package Size: 7 * 5 * 1cm / 2.8 * 2 * 0.4in
Package Weight: 8g / 0.3oz

Package List:
1 * Thermistor

Note:
The item only includes the thermistor.

Product Features

  • NTC pre-wired thermistor for most 3D printers heat bed & extruder.
  • 100K ohm temperature sensor.
  • 3P terminal for connecting.
  • With 1.1m long high temperature insulated wire.
  • Durable material for long life.

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3D printer Thermistor Temp Sensor Cartridge Heater 12V Comgrow

Package included: 3pcs heater+3pcs thermistor
Application : Heated bed or extruder of Reprap Prusa I3 3D Printer
Heater voltage: 12v, Power: 40w
Diameter: 6mm ; Length: 20mm
Thermistor: small size 1.25mmx2.0mm glass bead
Wiring insulation: high temperature Teflon/PTFE

Product Features

  • Package include: 3 heater and 3 thermistor
  • Heater Voltage: 12v, Power: 40w
  • Heater Diameter: 6mm; Length: 20mm
  • Temperature sensor 100KΩ accuracy of ± 1%
  • Wire length: 1m/39.4 inches

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Aluoflower 1 Set Auto Leveling Position Sensor Kit for Anet A8 3D Printer Printing Kit


Description:

Features:
100% brand new and high quality.
Anti-jamming DC three-wire npn often open square inductive metal sensor 10-30V.
This is an auto level sensor for the Anet A8 or other Prusa i3 Models.
Comes with mounting plate and pre soldered connector so no wiring is needed, just unplug the original z stop and plug in sensor and screw into the back of printer.

Specifications:
Name: Auto Leveling Position Sensor Kit
Material: Plastic,PVC
Color: Blue
Shape: Square
Size: 1.8×1.8×3.6cm/0.71×0.71×1.42in (Approx.)
Base size: 8.5×5.8cm/3.35×2.28in (Approx.)
Detection distance: 5 mm (mm)
Work voltage: less than DC 10-30V
Output mode: NPN three-wire
Output current: 300mA
Used for: Anet A8 3D printer
Application: 3D printing
Quantity: 1 Set (other accessories demo in the picture is not included)

Note:
1.Transition: 1cm=10mm=0.39inch
2.Please allow 0-1cm error due to manual measurement. pls make sure you do not mind before you bid.
3.Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Thank you!
4.No retail package

Package includes:
1 Set X Auto Leveling Position Sensor Kit

Product Features

  • 100% brand new and high quality.
  • Size: 1.8×1.8×3.6cm/0.71×0.71×1.42in (Approx.)
  • Material: Plastic,PVC
  • Anti-jamming DC three-wire npn often open square inductive metal sensor 10-30V.
  • Comes with mounting plate and pre soldered connector so no wiring is needed, just unplug the original z stop and plug in sensor and screw into the back of printer.

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Oxfam launches VR film, trials 3D printing and sensor tech

Evelyn watches the Oxfam film, which she stars in, using a Samsung Gear VR headset.

International charity Oxfam is leveraging new technologies to spread the word about crises happening around the globe, as well as exploring the use of 3D printing, drones and internet of things sensors as new ways of delivering aid and solving problems in the developing world.

On Tuesday, Oxfam is set to launch a virtual reality film called Evelyn’s Story, allowing viewers to experience the arduous journey of an 11-year-old Kenyan girl searching for water in the drought-ridden Turkana county.

When Oxfam filmed the short film (which was made in conjunction with the Sydney-based production company Flimgraphics and Alt VFX), the young girl’s family could only get access to clean water for about two hours every eight days, so were often forced to risk diseases such as diarrhoea and cholera, using whatever they could find.

Oxfam Australia director of public engagement, Pam Anders, told The Australian Financial Review it was the first time it had used virtual reality, but if it goes well it will continue to use them to help show what it is trying to achieve.

“Virtual reality is something that’s become more accessible in the past 12 months in terms of people being able to access headsets off the shelf, so it was a great opportunity for us to look at because it gives the viewer an amazing opportunity to be virtually connected,” she said.

“It’s like you’re there. It’s very disorienting when you first put the headset on and you’re able to direct what you see. You can look beyond the subject to see what’s above or behind you. Many of my staff and myself were emotionally moved.”

Inspiring experience

Watching the film in virtual reality, the viewer feels like they’re in the bare, arid desert of northern Kenya desperately searching for water alongside Evelyn. Ms Anders hopes the immersive experience will inspire people to donate more money.

Besides virtual reality, Oxfam has also been utilising new technologies in Nepal and Sri Lanka.

Since the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the organisation has been trialling 3D printing of water pipes and fittings in partnership with the not-for-profit Field Ready and a local 3D printing company. 

“What we’ve found is it’s been a much quicker way to produce the spare parts. We want to keep doing this, but the challenge now is how to get the right materials locally, so it’s more sustainable and weather-proof, and how to keep the costs low, and where along the chain of vendors it’s best to introduce 3D printing. It’s going well so far, but there are still elements to resolve,” Ms Anders said.

In Sri Lanka, Oxfam has also been placing sensors in dams and water pipes to measure the amount of rainfall in real time. This is helping farmers to make insurance claims during floods. If rainfall hits a certain level in the dam, farmers in the region receive an SMS generated by the sensor.

“One of the problems this was trying to solve was that local insurance schemes were really difficult for farmers to access because they didn’t have evidence of the rainfall or flooding. Since we implemented these sensors there’s been an increase in payouts to farmers – last year there was over 110,000,” Ms Anders said.

Other charities adopting new tech

Oxfam’s use of cutting edge technologies is just one example of ways that not-for-profit and inter governmental organisations are using new-age tech to help tackle problems in developing nations and countries plagued by internal conflict.

In May the United Nation’s World Food Programme concluded a trial using the ethereum blockchain, giving Syrian refugees resources by giving them cryptocurrency-based vouchers to be redeemed in participating markets.

Oxfam’s 2014 Even it Up report found that seven out of 10 people live in countries where the gap between rich and poor is greater than it was 30 years ago. Oxfam has also found that over the last 25 years, the top 1 per cent has gained more income than the bottom 50 per cent put together.

World Vision has also been building up its technology capability and has partnered with US companies Fieldworker and Intermec to build the Last Mile Mobile Solution (LMMS), which helps the charity to register and verify aid beneficiaries, distribute food, prevent duplication errors and reduce inventory losses.

The LMMS devices work in remote locations without electricity or internet access, but let aid beneficiaries register and receive their own barcoded ID card.

The system has let World Vision deliver materials like food, tents, hygiene kits and mosquito nets in up to 50 per cent less time than through manual methods.

New Arrival Auto Leveling Position Sensor for Anet A8 Prusa i3 3D Printer RepRap Includes Mounting Plate and Screws

3d printer waterproof anti-jamming DC three-wire npn often open square inductive metal sensor proximity switch sensor 10-30v ROKO BN-10-30V BK-NPN.NO BU-0V This is an auto level sensor for the Anet A8 or other Prusa i3 Models. Comes with mounting plate and pre soldered connector so no wiring is needed, just unplug the original z stop and plug in sensor and screw into the back of printer. You will most likely have to update firmware to make this function. Please be aware we are not responsible for any problems that come from upgrading or flashing new firmware. 3rd Party firmware is not recommended by the manufacturer and should be installed with caution.

Product Features

  • USA Seller | Fast Shipping | No Soldering | Plug and Play
  • 3d printer waterproof anti-jamming DC three-wire npn often open square inductive metal sensor proximity switch sensor 10-30v
  • This is an auto level sensor for the Anet A8 or other Prusa i3 Models.
  • Comes with mounting plate and pre soldered connector so no wiring is needed, just unplug the original z stop and plug in sensor and screw into the back of printer.

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