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10K Trimpot Trimmer Potentiometer - (Pack of 5)

10K Trimpot Trimmer Potentiometer - (Pack of 5)

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  • Resistance: 10k Ohm
  • Tolerance: 10 %
  • Temperature coefficient: ±100 ppm/ºC
  • Operating temperature range: -55ºC to +125ºC
  • Mounting type: Through-hole

10K Trimpot Trimmer Potentiometer - (Pack of 5)

A 10K trimpot (also known as a trimming potentiometer or variable resistor) is a type of adjustable resistor that is commonly used to fine-tune the performance of an electronic circuit. Trimpots are small, usually having a size of about 5 mm to 20 mm in diameter, and are often used in situations where space is limited.

A 10K trimpot has a resistance value of 10,000 ohms (10K ohms). Trimpots are classified by their resistance value, which is measured in ohms. A 10K trimpot has a relatively high resistance value compared to some other types of trimpots.

A Trimpot or trimmer potentiometer is a small potentiometer that is used for adjustment, tuning, and calibration in circuits. This potentiometer is easy to mount on a PCB and can be adjusted using a screwdriver.

What are Potentiometers?

A potentiometer is a three-terminal resistor with a sliding or rotating contact that forms an adjustable voltage divider.

Package Includes:

  • 5 x 10K Trimpot Trimmer Potentiometer

Specifications:

Resistance  10K Ohm 
Potentiometer Type  Trimpot
Tolerance  10%
Operating Temperature Range (C) -55 to 125
Mounting Type Through Hole
Dimensions(LxWxH) 9.8 x 4.9 x 17.8 mm
Weight  10 gm

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1.What is a trimpot 10K?

  • A trimpot 10K is a type of trimpot with a resistance of 10,000 ohms (10K ohms). Trimpots are classified by their resistance value, which is measured in ohms. A trimpot 10K has a relatively high resistance value compared to some other types of trimpots.

2.What is trimpot resistor?

  • A trimpot, also known as a trimming potentiometer or variable resistor, is a type of adjustable resistor that is commonly used to fine-tune the performance of an electronic circuit. Trimpots are small, usually having a size of about 5 mm to 20 mm in diameter, and are often used in situations where space is limited. Trimpots are classified by their resistance value, which is measured in ohms. The resistance value of a trimpot determines the amount of resistance that the device will provide in a circuit. Trimpots are available in a range of resistance values, from a few hundred ohms to several kilohms.

3.Is trimpot same as potentiometer?

  • Trimpots and potentiometers are similar in that they are both types of adjustable resistors that can be used to adjust the resistance in an electronic circuit. However, there are some key differences between the two types of devices:
    • Size: Trimpots are typically smaller in size than potentiometers, with dimensions ranging from about 5 mm to 20 mm in diameter. Potentiometers can be much larger, with sizes up to several inches in diameter.
    • Adjustment method: Trimpots are typically adjusted using a small screwdriver or other tool, while potentiometers are often adjusted using a knob or lever that can be turned or moved by hand.
    • Range of resistance: Trimpots are usually available in a smaller range of resistance values, typically from a few hundred ohms to several kilohms. Potentiometers, on the other hand, are available in a wider range of resistance values, from a few ohms to several megohms.
    • Applications: Trimpots are often used in situations where space is limited or where the resistance needs to be adjusted in small increments. Potentiometers are more commonly used in larger, more visible devices where the resistance can be adjusted by hand.

4.What is a 10k potentiometer used for?

  • A 10K potentiometer is a type of adjustable resistor with a resistance of 10,000 ohms (10K ohms). Potentiometers are often used to control the volume or other aspect of an electronic device, such as the brightness of a display or the speed of a motor. They work by allowing the user to adjust the resistance of the device by turning a knob or sliding a lever. A 10K potentiometer can be used for a variety of purposes, including the following:
    • Volume control: In audio equipment, a 10K potentiometer can be used to control the volume of an amplifier or other device. The user can turn the knob or lever to adjust the resistance, which in turn adjusts the volume.
    • Brightness control: In electronic devices with displays, a 10K potentiometer can be used to adjust the brightness of the display. By turning the knob or lever, the user can adjust the resistance and thereby change the brightness of the display.
    • Speed control: In motors or other devices that use variable speed control, a 10K potentiometer can be used to adjust the speed by changing the resistance of the circuit.
    • Other applications: In addition to these common uses, a 10K potentiometer can be used for a wide range of other applications, such as adjusting the gain of an amplifier, controlling the temperature of a heating element, or adjusting the resistance in a circuit for testing purposes.