TC33X-2-103E

TC33X-2-103E

Part Number: TC33X-2-103E

Manufacturer: Bourns Inc

Description: TRIMMER 10K OHM

Shipped from: Shenzhen/HK Warehouse

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Technical Specifications of TC33X-2-103E

Datasheet  TC33X-2-103E datasheet
Category Potentiometers, Variable Resistors
Family Trimmer Potentiometers
Manufacturer Bourns Inc.
Series Trimpot? TC33 – Open Frame
Packaging Tape & Reel (TR)
Part Status Active
Resistance (Ohms) 10k
Power (Watts) 0.1W, 1/10W
Tolerance ±25%
Temperature Coefficient ±250ppm/°C
Number of Turns 1
Adjustment Type Top Adjustment
Resistive Material Cermet
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Termination Style J Lead
Size / Dimension Rectangular – 0.150″ x 0.142″ Face x 0.047″ H (3.80mm x 3.60mm x 1.20mm)

TC33X-2-103E Description

TRIMMER 10K OHM By strategically installing this TC33X-2-103E potentiometer from Bourns at key spots in your circuit, you may optimize its functionality. This long-lasting component has a power rating of 0.1 (1/10) watts. The value of this product’s resistance is 10K Ohm. The temperature coefficient for this substance is 250 ppm/°C. This item will be packaged on a tape and reel for shipment to ensure a speedy mounting process and a secure delivery. This item has dimensions of 3.8 mm in length and 3 mm in width. This component can be used in the temperature range from -40 to 100 degrees Celsius. The TC33X-2-103E component features a footprint termination style at its end.

TC33X-2-103E Features

  • Recommended for reflow soldering.
  • Compatible rotor design for pick-and-place and automatic adjustment machinery
  • The standard trimmer footprint for 3 mm is EIA/EIAJ.
  • comply with RoHS
  • for processing applications for trimmers.

Product Technical Specifications

SVHC Yes
Automotive No
PPAP No
Type Trimmer
Its Resistance Value (Ohm) 10K
Tolerance 25%
Its Maximum Voltage Rating (V) 50
Power Rating (W) 0.1 (1/10)
Its Minimum Operating Temperature (°C) -40
Its Maximum Operating Temperature (°C) 100
Its Temperature Coefficient (ppm/°C) ±250
Linear or Logarithmic Lin
Its Termination Style Footprint
Its Positions of Adjustment Top
Number of Turns (Turns) 1(Elec)|1(Mech)
Number of Elements 1
Electrical Rotation (°) 270
Number of Electrical Turns (Turns) 1
Mechanical Rotational Life (Cycles) 20
Number of Mechanical Turns (Turns) 1
Packaging Tape and Reel
Product Length (mm) 3.6
Product Depth (mm) 3.8
Mounting Surface Mount

What Is A Potentiometer and How Does It Work?

A potentiometer is a three-terminal variable resistor that may be manually adjusted. Two terminals are linked to the resistive element, while the third is connected to a wiper, a sliding contact. The resistive element is being moved over by the wiper. The potentiometer can be understood as a divider of variable resistance in its simplest form. The resistive element is analogous to two parallel resistors providing the potentiometer’s total resistance. To adjust the ratio of the first to second resistor’s resistance, simply move the wiper to the desired position. When a reference voltage is provided across the potentiometer’s terminals, the output voltage is proportional to where the wiper is positioned.

When referring to a potentiometer, you may also hear the term “pot,” “potmeter,” or “pots” used. The most common type of potentiometer is the single-turn rotary potmeter. This particular strainer is used for several things, including logarithmic tapering for volume control in audio systems. Potentiometers can be constructed from many materials, including carbon composition, wire wound, cermet, conductive plastic, and metal film.

The potential drop across any part of the wire will be directly proportional to the length of the wire, given that the wire has a uniform cross-sectional area and a uniform current flow across the wire. This is the fundamental idea behind the potentiometer.

What is a Digital Potentiometer?

Digital potentiometers are three-terminal devices with two fixed-end terminals and a third wiper terminal for adjusting the output voltage.

Calibration of a system, tweaking an offset voltage, fine-tuning a filter, adjusting the brightness of a display, and adjusting the volume of an audio system are all possible with the help of a digital potentiometer.

However, mechanical potentiometers have several major limitations that make them inappropriate for uses that necessitate a high degree of precision. Mechanical potentiometers have several limitations that make them less than ideal for many applications, such as their bulkiness, vulnerability to wiper contamination, mechanical wear, resistance drift, susceptibility to vibration and humidity, and so on. Despite these drawbacks, digital potentiometers rapidly replace analog versions due to their superior accuracy in various practical contexts.

What is a Potentiometer Sensitivity?

By definition, a potentiometer’s sensitivity is its ability to pick up on extremely minute voltage fluctuations. If we lengthen the potentiometer while keeping the driver voltage constant, we will increase the resistance per unit voltage. This increases the potentiometer’s responsiveness. To put it another way, the potentiometer’s sensitivity is directly proportional to the length of the resistance. Like before, reducing the drive voltage for a given length of potentiometer resistance reduces the voltage per unit length of the resistance. This results in a further increase in the potentiometer’s sensitivity. This means that the potentiometer’s sensitivity drops as the driving voltage rises.

What is a Potentiometer Driver Cell

A potentiometer can measure voltage by comparing the measured value to the voltage that is present across the resistance of the device. For the potentiometer to function, the circuit containing it needs to have a source voltage connected across it. The cell that supplies the source voltage utilized to operate the dial of the potentiometer is referred to as the “driving cell,” and this word is used to characterize the cell. The driver cell will then use the potentiometer’s resistance to supply the current to the load.

The full-scale voltage of the device can be calculated by multiplying the current being measured by the resistance of the potentiometer. One can adjust the sensitivity of the potentiometer by adjusting the voltage. The majority of the time, this is accomplished by making adjustments to the current that is flowing through the resistance. By using a rheostat wired in series with the driver cell, one can exert some degree of control over the amount of current passing through the resistance. To obtain a correct reading, the voltage of the driver cell needs to be higher than the value that is being measured.

Conclusion

Place this Bourns TC33X-2-103E potentiometer at key nodes to improve circuit performance. 0.1 (1/10) W is the maximum power rating for this long-lasting component. A resistance value of 10K Ohm has been measured for this product. This substance has a temperature coefficient of -250 ppm/°C. This item will be packaged on tape and reel for easy assembly and secure transport. You get a 3 mm length and 3.8 mm wide item. This component may function between -40 and 100 degrees Celsius. The TC33X-2-103E component uses a footprint termination.

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