Potentiometer - Alpha, Audio, SPST Switch
1 amp, 125VAC, 0.25W, single pole, single throw switched potentiometer. 24mm body.
|Resistance||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Body Depth||0.815 in.|
|Body Diameter||0.95 in.|
|Bushing Length||0.26 in.|
|Metric Thread Major Diameter||8 mm|
|Metric Thread Pitch||0.75 mm|
|Power Rating||0.25 W|
|Rating||125 VAC, 1 A|
|Shaft Diameter||0.25 in.|
|Shaft Length||1.32 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||2.6 in. × 1.3 in. × 1 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.042 lbs.|
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1 answers Do you have this with a longer shaft length?
Asked by Anonymous on August 24th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
No, this is the longest shafted pot we carry.
1 answers Please verify SPST means 2 terminals on back of body.
Asked by Anonymous on October 28th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
SPST means single-pole, single-throw. This switch has 3 terminals: cold, wiper, hot. With two on the bottom for the SPST.
1 answers Is the switch detent-type (i.e.when the shaft is turned fully counter-clockwise it clicks off) or push-pull type?
Asked by Anonymous on January 20th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
Yes, this switched potentiometer will click on/off when turned one direction or the other.
1 answers The specs indicate .25W 250VDC, but I'm not clear if that's the rating for the potentiometer or the the on-off portion of the switch. What are the volt and amp ratings for the SPST section?
Asked by Anonymous on November 9th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
The specs listed above are the only ones we have available.
1 answers Is it audio taper?
Asked by Anonymous on March 16th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
Yes, this is an audio taper pot.
1 answers Is the switch normally open, or normally closed, and is the click for the switch fully clockwise or counterclockwise?
Asked by npsimms14 on February 17th, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
This switch is open at FCC.
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