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Kingduino Analog Variable Rotation Sensor

Kingduino Analog Variable Rotati...

This Variable Sensor is based on an adjustable potentiometer, it's designed not only as a variable resistor to control motor speed, it can also measure angle with a simple pendulum wheel installed in its rotation head. This devices rotat...
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Overview

This Variable Sensor is based on an adjustable potentiometer, it's designed not only as a variable resistor to control motor speed, it can also measure angle with a simple pendulum wheel installed in its rotation head. This devices rotating angle measurement ranges from 0 to 300 degrees. It can be connected to a sensor shield with a 3-pin sensor wire lead. It's very easy to achieve position-dependent interaction when using this sensor with ATmega controllers.

Specs:
Angle measurement range: 0~300 degrees
Dimensions: 36x18x22mm
Weight: 4.6g

*Note: This is not an original Arduino brand product.

Specs

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  • Blade Count:
    N/A
  • Diameter X(Inch):
    No
  • SKU
    381000069
  • Watt Hour
    0.00
  • Weight(g):
    15.00
  • Length:
    40.00
  • Width
    20.00
  • Height
    25.00
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