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Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor (Rotary Potentiometer), compatible with both Arduino and Raspberry Pi

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Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor, this potentiometer twig produces analog output between 0 and Vcc (5V DC with Seeeduino) on its D1 connector. The D2 connector is not used. The angular range is 300 degrees with a linear change in value. The resistance value is 10k ohms, perfect for Arduino use. This may also be known as a rotary angle sensor.

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Description

The potentiometer is also known as a Potmeter or Pot, it consists of a resistive element called the track and a sliding contact called the wiper internally where end terminals are attached to the resistive element.

Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor, this potentiometer twig produces analog output between 0 and Vcc (5V DC with Seeeduino) on its D1 connector. The D2 connector is not used. The angular range is 300 degrees with a linear change in value. The resistance value is 10k ohms, perfect for Arduino use. This may also be known as a rotary angle sensor.

Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor is both compatible with both Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Please use a Base Shield V2 to connect it with your Arduino boards and use a Base HAT for Raspberry Pi to connect with your Raspberry Pi. 

We also provide Grove – Slide Potentiometer, a linear variable resistor with a total resistance of 10k, which is more commonly used in audio equipment like audio mixers and graphic equalizers as they are easy to visualize from the position of the slider.

What is Grove?

Grove makes it easier to connect, experiment, and simplify the prototyping process. No jumpers or soldering required. We have developed more than 300 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill a variety of needs. Not only are these open hardware, but we also have open-source software. 

For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your using of the product.

Tip

Check our blog Potentiometer – Functions, Types and Applications to learn more basics and project ideas!  

Tip

We prepared an example code and software libraries to help you quickly started. Check our Wiki to learn more! 

Technical details

Dimensions 130mm x90mm x19.5mm
Weight G.W 10g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9031900090
USHSCODE 8473305100
UPC 841454107750
ROHS 1

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The rotary angle sensor produces analog output between 0 and Vcc (5V DC with Seeeduino) on its D1 connector. The D2 connector is not used. The angular range is 300 degrees with a linear change in value. The resistance value is 10k ohms, perfect for Arduin

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