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50K Potentiometer Panel Mount 50K Potentiometer 50K potentiometer measurement. Measurement of a 50K potentiometer
50K Potentiometer Panel Mount 50K Potentiometer 50K potentiometer measurement. Measurement of a 50K potentiometer
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50K Potentiometer Panel Mount (Non Trimmer)
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Introduction:

A three terminal resistor that serves as a voltage divider and a variable resistor (rheostat). Also functions as a position transducer when operated by a mechanism. Perfect for Joystick modding.

Description:

The potentiometer can be used as a voltage divider to obtain a manually adjustable output voltage at the slider from a fixed input voltage applied across the two ends of the potentiometer.

Potentiometers are also very widely used as a part of displacement transducers because of the simplicity of construction and because they can give a large output signal.

Potentiometers can also be used as position feedback devices for motion control.

  • Mounting Style: Panel
  • Taper: Audio
  • Resistance: 50 kOhms
  • Power Rating: 60 mW
  • Element Type: Carbon
  • Shaft Type: Knurled / Serrated
  • Termination Style: Pin
  • Tolerance: 20%
  • Shaft Diameter: 6 mm
  • Shaft Length: 0.33 in

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