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Potentiometer for EC fans or damper actuators


A potentiometer generates a 0-10 V control signal for an EC fan. It can also control a frequency inverter, a fan speed controller or a damper actuator. Sentera has a wide range of potentiometers. Some potentiometers can generate other analogue control signals, e.g. 0-20 mA or a modulating PWM signal. Select the supply voltage that you want to use for your potentiometer:

Low voltage powered potentiometers

Low voltage powered potentiometers
Potentiometers with low supply voltage: 15 VDC, 24 VDC or 24 VAC. Often this voltage can be directly supplied by the EC fan or frequency inverter. The splash-proof enclosure is suitable for inset mounting (IP44) or surface mounting (IP54). They generate an infinitely variable control signal, typically 0-10 VDC. This analogue signal can control EC fans, AC fan speed controllers or damper actuators with an analogue input.
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230 VAC powered potentiometers

230 VAC powered potentiometers
Potentiometers with 230 VAC supply voltage. The splash-proof enclosure allows inset mounting (IP44) or surface mounting (IP54). They generate an infinitely variable control signal, e.g. 0-10 VDC, 0-20 mA or 0-100% PWM. This analogue signal can control EC fans, frequency inverters, fan speed controllers or damper actuators with analogue input.
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Unpowered potentiometers

Unpowered potentiometers
Unpowered 10 Kohm potentiometers. The generate an infinitely variable control signal. This analogue signal can control EC fans, frequency inverters, AC fan speed controllers or damper actuators with analogue input.
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