A compact rotary potentiometer with on off switch, available in 50K Ohm resistance value. The rotary potentiometer pins are made of oxygen-free copper with a precision tin layer, which is resistant to oxidation and easy to solder for good conductivity and long working hours without heating.
- Model: ATO-RP-50K
- Resistance Value: 50K 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.
- 50K 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.
Semi-Circular Shaft Dimension (unit: mm)
Long Terminal Dimension (unit: mm)
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.
Tips: Can rotary potentiometers be replaced with digital potentiometers?
Yes, rotary potentiometers can be replaced with digital potentiometers in many applications. Digital potentiometers, also known as digital variable resistors or digipots, provide similar functionality to traditional rotary potentiometers but with the added benefit of digital control.
While rotary potentiometers are analog devices that provide variable resistance based on the position of a physical knob or shaft, digital potentiometers use digital signals to control the resistance value. They typically consist of a series of resistive elements and switches that can be electronically controlled to vary the resistance.