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Trimpot® Trimming Potentiometers - Single-turn

Trimpot® Trimming Potentiometers - Single-turn

Bourns® Trimpot® Trimming potentiometers perform a variety of circuit adjustments in all types of electronic equipment. The variety of physical configurations available and the ability to withstand today's manufacturing environment offers the designer flexibility in selecting the best trimmer for the application. Around the world, trimmers are used in virtually every electronic market.

Please read our article on safety issues concerning counterfeit Bourns® Trimmers.

QPL approved part number list.

Bourns offers Design Kits for this product line.

For application notes, processing information, adjustment tools, hardware and further documents please visit library.

Mineral Source Reporting for Trimpot®, Switch, and Modular Contact products CFSI_CMRT4-01

ObsoleteProducts marked with this symbol are currently available, although not recommended for new designs.

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Series Data Sheet Photo Rotational Life Number of Turns Power Rating Mounting Type Resistance Range CRV/ENR* Construction Design Files Buy Now
0655 0655 0655_part 100 cycles 0.50 watts rear & side PC pins 100 ohms to 4.7 megohms open frame Buy
3302 3302 3302 10 cycles 0.15 watts surface mount 200 ohms to 1 megohm 5 % max. open frame Available Downloads Buy
3303 3303 3303 20 cycles 0.15 watts surface mount 100 ohms to 1 megohm 5 % max open frame Available Downloads Buy
3306 3306 3306 50 cycles 0.2 watts through-hole 100 ohms to 1 megohm 3 % max. open frame Available Downloads Buy
3309 3309 3309 50 cycles 0.5 watts through-hole 100 ohms to 2 megohms 3 % max open frame Available Downloads Buy
3312 3312 3312_part 25 cycles 0.1 watts surface mount 10 ohms to 2 megohms 5 % or 3 ohms (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
3313 3313 3313 100 cycles 1 0.125 watts surface mount 10 ohms to 2 megohms 3 % or 3 ohms (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
3314 3314 3314 100 cycles 0.25 watts surface mount 10 ohms to 2 megohms 3 % or 3 ohms (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
3319 3319 3319 100 cycles 0.2 watts surface mount 10 ohms to 2 megohms 3 % max. open frame Available Downloads Buy
3329 3329 3329_part_photo 50 cycles 0.5 watts through-hole 100 ohms to 1 megohm 3 % or 3 ohms (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
3345 3345 3345_part_photo 200 cycles 1 watt through-hole 10 ohms to 50K ohms 100 ohms ENR max. sealed Available Downloads Buy
3352 3352 3352 200 cycles 0.5 watts through-hole 10 ohms to 2 megohms 1 % or 1 ohm (whichever is greater) open frame Available Downloads Buy
3361 3361 3361 200 cycles 0.5 watts surface mount 10 ohms to 2 megohms 3 % or 3 ohms max. (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
3362 3362 3362 200 cycles 0.5 watts through-hole 10 ohms to 2 megohms 1 % or 3 ohms max. (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
3364 3364 3364 20 cycles 0.2 watts surface mount 100 ohms to 1 megohm 5 % max. open frame Available Downloads Buy
3386 3386 3386 200 cycles 0.5 watts through-hole 10 ohms to 2 megohms 2 % or 3 ohms sealed Available Downloads Buy
PV32 PV32 PV32_part 50 cycles 1 0.5 watts through-hole 100 ohms to 1 megohm 3 % or 3 ohms (whichever is greater) sealed Available Downloads Buy
PVG3 PVG3 PVG3A_part 50 cycles 1 0.25 watts surface mount 10 ohms to 2 megohms 2 % or 3 ohms (whichever is greater) sealed Buy
TC33 TC33 tc33 20 cycles 0.10 watts surface mount 100 ohms to 1 megohm 5 % max. open frame Available Downloads Buy
TC42 TC42 tc42_part 0.10 watts surface mount 100 ohms to 1 megohm 5 % max. open frame Available Downloads Buy
 
*CRV stands for Contact Resistance Variation. It is the instantaneous change in contact resistance that will be encountered as the result of moving the wiper from one position to another. The limit of CRV is expressed as a percentage of the unit’s total resistance or ohms. When the wiper is actuated, the resistance at the wiper terminal, with respect to either end terminal, is apt to increase or decrease by a value within the CRV specification. (The Potentiometer Hand Book, Carl David Todd, Page 26)
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