Low

RV4NAYSJ502A - 

Rotary Potentiometer, Hot Molded Carbon, 5 kohm, 2 W, ± 10%, RV4 Series, 1 Turns, Linear

RV4NAYSJ502A - Rotary Potentiometer, Hot Molded Carbon, 5 kohm, 2 W, ± 10%, RV4 Series, 1 Turns, Linear

The actual product may differ from image shown

Manufacturer Part No:
RV4NAYSJ502A
Newark Part No.:
79M6943
Product Range
RV4 Series
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
See all Technical Docs

Product Information

:
5kohm
:
2W
:
± 10%
:
RV4 Series
:
1Turns
:
Linear
:
Panel
:
6.325mm
:
1
:
Screwdriver Slot
:
50.8mm
Find similar products Choose and modify the attributes above to find similar products.

Product Overview

The RV4NAYSJ502A is a 5kΩ 2W 1-turn 1-gang panel-mounting Rotary Potentiometer with screwdriver slot adjustment and linear track taper. The potentiometer has hot moulded carbon element, gold-plated terminals, stainless steel shaft and housing. It has ±10% resistance tolerance, 314° mechanical rotation and 900Vrms dielectric strength.
  • 25000-cycle Rotational life
  • -65 to 125°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Industrial, Defence, Military & Aerospace

Associated Products

Compare Selected

Related Searches

US continental orders over $49 and under 50 pounds may qualify for free ground shipping. Click the link for the full Terms and Conditions of the offer.

156 In stock

for same day shipping

see cut-off times
 
Check stock and lead times
More stock available week commencing 10/9/17
$15.68 $ 15.68
Price for:
Each
Multiple: 1 Minimum: 1
Quantity Price
1 + $15.68
10 + $14.60
25 + $13.09
50 + $11.94
100 + $11.51
No longer stocked:: No Longer Manufactured::
Add to Cart
Total Price:
Total Price: ( )
Total Price: --

Customer Reviews

Customer Q&A Exchange

Community

Like to see information about this product from other customers?

 Read discussions, blogs, documents from our community members.

Filters:

Select document type(s) you want to see and click “Apply Filters” button
Post a question to one of our experts or start a discussion and get responses from supplier experts and fellow engineers in our community.