Circularity Trimming Potentiometers

Circularity Trimming Potentiometers Features

  1. (Single Turn/ Cermet/ Industrial/ Sealed)
  2. (5 Terminal S tyles)

Circularity Trimming Potentiometers Electrical Characteristics

  • Standard Resistance Range 50Ω - 2MΩ
  • Resistance Tolerance ±5%, ±10%
  • Absolute Minimum Resistance ≤1% R or 2Ω
  • Contact Resistance Variation CRV≤3%or 3Ω
  • Insulation Resistance R1≥1GΩ(100Vac)
  • Withstand Voltage 500Vac
  • Effective Travel 280°

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Circularity Trimming Potentiometers

Round Trimming Potentiometers

Round Trimming Potentiometers Features

  1. (Single Turn/ Cermet/ Industrial)
  2. (2 Terminal S tyles)

Round Trimming Potentiometers Electrical Characteristics

  • Standard Resistance Range 10Ω - 2MΩ
  • Resistance Tolerance ±30% std
  • Absolute Minimum Resistance 1% max (≤2K=30Ω)
  • Contact Resistance Variation 3% max
  • Resistance Essentially infinite
  • Adjustment Angle 235° nom

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Trimmer (electronics)

A trimmer is a miniature adjustable electrical component. It is meant to be set correctly when installed in some device, and never seen or adjusted by the device's user. Trimmers can be variable resistors (potentiometers) or variable capacitors. They are common in precision circuitry like A/V components, and may need to be adjusted when the equipment is serviced. Unlike other variable controls, trimmers are mounted directly on circuit boards, turned with a small screwdriver and rated for many fewer adjustments over their lifetime. In 1952, Marlan Bourns patented the world's first trimming potentiometer, trademarked "Trimpot".