multiturn potentiometer

multiturn potentiometer

[′məl·tē‚tərn pə‚ten·chē′äm·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A precision wire-wound potentiometer in which the resistance element is formed into a helix, generally having from 2 to 10 turns.
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Bourns multiturn potentiometer slip clutch option is an internal design feature that does not alter the physical dimensions of the component.
a leading manufacturer and supplier of electronic components, today announced that the company is now offering a new "slip clutch" option in specific multiturn potentiometers models.
This unique and useful new feature was developed in response to requests from our industrial, medical and aerospace customers that have the requirement to protect multiturn potentiometers in the event that equipment goes out of calibration," said Chuck Manzano, product manager at Bourns, Inc.