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Is this bourns pot linear type ??

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Not all carbon pots are linear, but most called 'trimpots' are.
 

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Hi,

Although not mentioned, I thi k most likely it is a linear type....just my opinion

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Are carbon type pots always linear ?? or can they be log type as well ???
Carbon pots may have nonlinear characteristics, but I have never seen a nonlinear trim pot.
 

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