Potentiometer - CTS, 10K, Linear, Bias Trimmer, Screw

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Potentiometer - CTS, 10K, Linear, Bias Trimmer, Screw

$2.95
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CTS 10K linear bias potentiometer. This panel mount trimpot is used in many Fender® amplifiers.

Please note: This potentiometer does not include the washer and nut. If you would like to purchase the washer and nut, see our part number R-VNUT-38

RoHS Compliant
SKU:
R-V10KL-BP-FND
Item ID:
003686
UPC/EAN:
609722158343
CTS Corp Part Number:
Series 450
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Brand:
CTS
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Shaft:
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Termination Style:
Type/Size:
Product Measurements by Type
Body Depth0.46 in.
Body Diameter0.928 in.
Bushing Length0.25 in.
Resistance10 kΩ
Shaft Rotation300°
U.S. Thread Major Diameter0.375 in.
U.S. Thread Pitch32 tpi.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1.1 in. × 1 in. × 0.8 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.047 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on June 30th, 2020.
BradWbr
June 30th, 2020
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Product Reviews

4.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
- June 30th, 2018
4 out of 5

Nice, well mad trim pot. I looked at it an enjoyed it's resemblance to an old pot on a Twin Reverb that I used to own. However, this guy was about to be installed into a 1961 Tremolux. I had fun adjusting the voltage/bias and determining my exact point for plate current and crossover distortion. Nice and linear. It sure beats changing out resistors. My problem, and this is a problem, was deciding if I wanted to drill a hole in my old friend to accept this new pot. Its been two weeks now, and I'm still not sure. It's a great pot though. I really like it. But....