adjustable resistor

adjustable resistor

[ə′jəs·tə·bəl ri′zis·tər]
(electricity)
A resistor having one or more sliding contacts whose position may be changed.
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These applications benefit from improved reliability, dependability, dust and moisture resistance over mechanical parts as well as from the lowest noise and widest bandwidth of any adjustable resistor technology available.
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Microbridge has previously shown its capability to calibrate individual electronic devices such as voltage references, sensors or circuits needing adjustments with passive, electrically adjustable resistors.

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