What is Crowbits-Linear Potentiometer?
The linear potentiometer is an analog input module, it changes the resistance of the whole circuit to control your circuit, like the potentiometer we introduced before, just in a different shape.
How does it work?
The linear potentiometer works like the potentiometer, it affects the output module after by adjusting the resistance in the whole circuit. The interface of the linear potentiometer is an analog interface, the module resistance ranges between 0 to 5K ohm.
Use the small slider on the board to change the resistance, slide the small slider upward, the resistance will become smaller, its effect on the output module will become more obvious.
The main difference between this potentiometer and the previous one we introduced is that the previous one was a rotary and this one is based on a slider.
A slider potentiometer would be nice to try with a buzzer. The higher you turn on the potentiometer the higher the buzzer will make noise, by sliding it down - the buzzer will go silent.
Operating Voltage: 3.3V DC
The range of resistance of the potentiometer: 0~5KΩ
18mm long slide length
Dimensions: 31.5(L)*24.5(W)*13(H) mm
Wiki & External links