SunFounder Potentiometer Module for Arduino and Raspberry Pi

SunFounderSKU: TS0227

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An analog potentiometer is an analog electronic component. What’s the difference between an analog one and a digital one? Simply put, a digital potentiometer refers to just two states like on/off, high/low levels, i.e. either 0 or 1, while a digital one supports analog signals like a number from 1 to 1000. The signal value changes over time instead of keeping an exact number. Analog signals include light intensity, humidity, temperature, and so on.

The module can be used in a voltage divider, rheostat, current regulator, etc.
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  • A precision potentiometer that is adjustable
  • With an adjustment cap on the potentiometer.
  • Working voltage: 5V; PCB size: 2.0 x 2.0 cm.
  • Adjustable range: 0 - 10K.

Package List

  • Potentiometer Module x 1 
  • 3-Pin anti-reverse cable x 1 

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