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Most pots are 270 degrees of shaft rotation
so the graph would be resistance VS degrees of shaft rotation
If the resistance is 100K and the shaft degrees is 310 what is the Taper?
If the resistance is 100K and the shaft degrees is 270 what is the Taper?
Whats a Semi Logarithmic Taper? how would it look on a graph?
How do i get a radical "S" taper?
The taper of a pot refers to the way its resistance changes as the shaft is rotated. A linear taper pot is exactly what you would guess it to be, a graph of resistance (from one end to center) versus shaft rotation would be a straight line
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