are integral in producing electronic devices such as copiers, printers, communication equipment and management information systems.
In the opposition method the two cells to be compared are connected in series with their emf's opposing each other, and the two free terminals are joined to a potentiometer
with which the small difference between the two emf's is measured.
Non-volatile memory enables the digital potentiometers
to retain their settings at power down, and their low static current consumption of just 5 microamperes (max.
In converting six of its different trimming potentiometers
to surface-mount models, Bourns says, it needed a material that was flame-resistant in addition to being able to withstand the high temperatures involved in attaching the potentiometer
to the board.
Both devices are available with end-to-end resistance options of 50 kilohms (k) and 100 k and can be used as a potentiometer
or as a 2-terminal, variable rheostat.
The ability to directly connect to Placid's follower arm potentiometer
or ultrasonic sensor for constant tension unwind/rewind applications.
7 mm rotary potentiometer
with a life cycle of up to 1 million rotations was developed.
256-tap Digitally Programmable Potentiometer
(DPP[TM]) ICs with 50 k and 100 k Resistance Options Deliver Enhanced Stability and Reliability
The Model P26 side-adjust potentiometer
features up to six gangs, and it is available in potentiometer
, rotary switch and detent modules.
Motor current is set using an on-board potentiometer
CAT5140: Digitally Programmable Potentiometer
(DPP[TM]) with 50 k ohms and 100 k ohms end-to-end resistance
has purchased specified assets of the trimming potentiometer
business of Murata Manufacturing Co.