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    1M Ohm Rotary Potentiometer with On Off Switch

    Buy a cost effective 1M Ohm rotary potentiometer for precise control of volume, brightness and speed. The rotary potentiometer switch is compatible with both analogue and digital systems and can be easily integrated into a wide range of electronic systems and circuits.
    SKU: ATO-RP-1M
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    1M Ohm rotary potentiometer with on off switch, the rotary potentiometer consists of a resistive element and a sliding contact connected to a rotary axis, compact and easy to use in a variety of electronic circuits and systems.


    • Model: ATO-RP-1M
    • Resistance Value: 1M ohm
    • Switching Power: 1A
    • Temperature Range: -10°C~100°C
    • Service Life: ≥ 10,000 cycles, ≥ 20,000 cycles
    • Application: Multimedia, speakers, amplifiers, light regulation, etc.


    • A rotary potentiometer provides variable resistance along its rotational axis.
    • Rotary potentiometers are available in different configurations and sizes, offering a wide range of resistance values and power ratings.
    • 1M Ohm rotary potentiometer can be found in various applications, including audio equipment, robotics, industrial control systems, and consumer electronics.
    • The potentiometer is designed to be rotated manually, allowing for precise control over the resistance. The resistance value changes proportionally to the angle of rotation.

    Dimension (unit: mm)

     Long terminal dimensions


    Rotary potentiometers are commonly used in a wide range of applications, including audio systems (such as volume control), instrumentation, robotics, and electronic circuits where manual control or adjustment is required. They provide a simple and cost-effective means of adjusting voltage, current, or signal levels in a circuit.

    Rotary potentiometer applications

    Tips: What are the different types of rotary potentiometers?

    • Single-Turn Potentiometer: This is the most basic type of rotary potentiometer. It has a single resistance track and a rotary contact that moves along it. The rotary motion is limited to one full revolution, typically 270 or 360 degrees.
    • Multi-Turn Potentiometer: Unlike single-turn potentiometers, multi-turn potentiometers allow for multiple revolutions (typically 10 or more). They have additional gearing or mechanical arrangements that enable finer control and precision.
    • Multi-turn potentiometers are commonly used in applications where high accuracy is required, such as calibration equipment or volume controls.
    • Wirewound Potentiometer: Wirewound potentiometers use a coil of resistance wire wound around an insulating core. The wiper, connected to the rotating shaft, moves along the wire, altering the resistance. Wirewound potentiometers offer high precision, robustness, and can handle high power and current levels. They are commonly used in industrial and professional audio applications.
    • Conductive Plastic Potentiometer: Conductive plastic potentiometers use a resistance track made of conductive polymer material. The wiper's motion along the track alters the resistance value. They provide good linearity, low noise, and long lifespan. Conductive plastic potentiometers are widely used in audio equipment, automotive controls, and consumer electronics.
    • Cermet Potentiometer: Cermet potentiometers have a resistive element made of a ceramic and metal mixture. They offer good stability, low temperature coefficient, and high resolution. Cermet potentiometers are commonly used in instrumentation, telecommunications, and precision measurement applications.
    • Digital Potentiometer: Digital potentiometers, also known as digital rheostats or digitally controlled potentiometers, have a digital interface to control the resistance electronically. They can be adjusted digitally, allowing for automated and remote control. Digital potentiometers are commonly used in audio systems, industrial automation, and digital circuits.
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