Rotary Potentiometer

3,99 Tax included

Control servomotors, motors, LED light intensity, and make an endless variety of projects with this potentiometer.

A potentiometer is an electrical resistor with a variable resistance value with values from 0 to 1023, which is generally manually adjusted. They use three terminals, and they tend to be included in low-current circuits. One of the several types that exist is the rotating potentiometer, which is controlled by spinning its shaft.

Connect it to any of the analog ports on the 4in1 Build&Code control board. Look at the colors of the cables and the colors of the terminals on the control board to guide you. Each cable should be connected to its color.

Technical Specifications

  • Power: +5V DC
  • Type of interface: analog
  • Definition of the pins: S-Sigal V-VCC G-GND
  • Wide range of detection
  • Fast response and high sensitivity
  • Sensor with 300 degrees of rotation
  • Dimensions: 19×27 mm

A potentiometer is an electrical resistor with a variable resistance value with values from 0 to 1023, which is generally manually adjusted. They use three terminals, and they tend to be included in low-current circuits. One of the several types that exist is the rotating potentiometer, which is controlled by spinning its shaft.

Connect it to any of the analog ports on the 4in1 Build&Code control board. Look at the colors of the cables and the colors of the terminals on the control board to guide you. Each cable should be connected to its color.

Technical Specifications

  • Power: +5V DC
  • Type of interface: analog
  • Definition of the pins: S-Sigal V-VCC G-GND
  • Wide range of detection
  • Fast response and high sensitivity
  • Sensor with 300 degrees of rotation
  • Dimensions: 19×27 mm