This slide potentiometer is a linear variable resistor with a total resistance of 10k. When you move the lever from one side to the other, its output voltage will range between 0 V to the VCC you apply. Three of four Grove pins are connected to VCC, GND and the ADC IN on the slide, while the remaining pin is connected to a green indicator LED. You can use the indicator LED to visually display the change on the potentiometer.
30 mm long slide length
Linear resistance taper
Voltage divider: a linear circuit that produces an output voltage as a fraction of its input voltage
HID for controlling panels
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A first step to Raspberry Pi project
The Grove - Slide Potentiometer module incorporates a linear variable resistor with a maximum resistance of 10KΩ. When you move the slider from one side to the other, its output voltage will range from 0 V to the Vcc you apply. It connects to the other Gr
Thank you for your reply. Well, I need some kind of fader cap for this, you know? Just like a Fader on a DJ mixer. I just need 5 of them. All the usual ones I tried didn't fit, because the sider is a little to thick... do you offer a fitting one? Thank you very much.