Rotary Position Sensors - AEC-Q200 Compliant

Contacting Single-turn

A rotary position sensor translates angular mechanical position to an electrical signal. Rotary position sensors are designed for applications that typically require frequent adjustment. Shaftless designs allow for different engagement mechanisms, such as a customized shaft, a motor control, a human interface adjustment or a mechanical arm position locator. Rotary position sensors can be used in applications where a user needs to control a variable output such as a frequency, speed or volume control. Typical applications include test and measurement equipment, consumer electronics, small engines, robotics, and medical equipment. The Bourns® Model 3382 Series uses resistive technology to sense rotary position.

In need of a replacement or alternative part for the Murata EOL Model SV01 or SV03 Rotary Position Sensor Series? Check out the Bourns® Model 3382 Series.
Cross Reference
Murata Bourns
SV01A103AEA01R00 (B00) 3382G-1-103G
SV03A103AEA01R00 (B00) 3382G-1-103G
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Series 3382
Data Sheet 3382
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Package Diameter 12 mm
Rotational Life 1M
Number of Turns 1 (Continuous Mechanical Rotation)
Seal Rating IP40
Shaft n/a
Bushing n/a
Element Conductive Plastic
Terminal Surface Mount & PC Pin
Taper Linear x
Linearity ±2 %
Resistance Min. 2.5K ohms
Resistance Max. 100K ohms
Power Rating .05 watts
Ganging n/a
MDS 3382
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