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Small, dime-sized potentiometers typically can't handle more than a few dozen milliwatts before they burn out.
Load the "BatteryMonitor" example and plug an analog input like the potentiometer to A0.
The FSR/rocker potentiometer setup allowed for sequential control of humeral rotation and shoulder flexion/extension.
* The new Action Pak model AP4003-0001 potentiometer input, isolating signal conditioner is described as a field-configurable, socket-mount device that accepts a potentiometer input and provides a selectable DC output.
Torque is easily adjusted using a remotely, mounted potentiometer or through input from a PLC or other automatic control device.
A linear feedback that employs a potentiometer is used to provide the current motor position information.
Murata Electronics North America, Smyrna, Ga., a leading innovator in electronics, has introduced its new ultra small (3mm) Closed Cermet Trimmer Potentiometer.
Also, ejection cylinders are now controlled with a potentiometer rather than a proximity switch, which allows settings to be stored and adjustments to be made at the controller screen rather than manually.
The paper describes a new potentiometer developed especially for this purpose.
These points were determined successively by the volume proportions from four potentiometers for the four loudspeaker groups, and the potentiometer settings were stored in the computer (Example 3).
Relay/potentiometer boards provide a circuit-board-mounted relay and a potentiometer for remote selection of speed reference signals.
A variable resistor, called a potentiometer, is connected across the coil with its adjustable slide wiper connected to ground through a sensitive ammeter.