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|Other Name:||Precision Single Turn Potentiometer||Power Rating:||0.25W|
|Total Resistance:||100Ω ~ 2.2MΩ||Resistance Tolerance:||± 5%|
|Resistance Taper:||B||Rotary Life:||10000 Cycles|
RV24YN 24mm metal shaft single turn carbon rotary potentiometer
The potentiometer can be worked as a voltage divider to obtain a manual adjustable output voltage at the slider from a fixed input voltage applied across the two ends of the potentiometer. The most common use of a rotary potentiometer is the volume-control pot.
The most common form of the potentiometer is the single turn rotary potentiometer. This type of potentiometer is often used in audio volume control (logarithmic taper) as well as many other applications. Different materials are used to construct potentiometers, including carbon composition, cermet, conductive plastic, and the metal film.
Rotary potentiometer (the most common type) vary their resistive value as a result of an angular movement. Rotating a knob or dial attached to the shaft causes the internal wiper to sweep around a curved resistive element.
Carbon rotary potentiometers are designed to be mounted onto the front panel of a case, enclosure or printed circuit board (PCB) using a ring nut and locking washer. They can also have one single resistive track or multiple tracks, known as a ganged potentiometer that all rotate together using one single shaft. For example, a dual-gang pot to adjust the left and right volume control of a radio or stereo amplifier at the same time. Some rotary pots include on-off switches.
|Total rotation angel||300°±5°|
|Total Resistance tolerance||± 5%|
|Rated power||0.25W(50 ℃)|
|Residual resistance||20Ω Max|
|Rotation of noise||3% R|
|Max. operation voltage||315VDC|
|Electrical rotation angle||280°±10°|
|Rotation life||After 10,000 rotation after the test, the changes impacted no more than ± (15% R +0.5 Ω) rotational noise of not more than 100 mv|
|Terminal strength||After welding (350℃, 3,5 seconds) after the of terminal contacts should be good, no termination loosening of|
|Soldering ability||Dip the terminals into tin tank at 260°C±5°C for 2±0.5 seconds, the soldering area should be more than 90%.|
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