Australian Resistors can provide you with solutions to most of your wire wound potentiometer requirements from our well established and extensive product range, such as AW Series Industrial Grade Wire Wound Potentiometers.
The AW Series industrial grade 3 watt wire wound potentiometer has been used in hundreds of applications from audio applications like volume controls on amplifiers, industrial control applications, appliance controls and a myriad of other uses.
This variable resistor has a very high insulation resistance by use of a chemically sealed base material and the resistance element is very high grade ensuring long term reliability.
Industrial Wire Wound Potentiometer Features:
High grade resistance element material for long life and durability
One piece bush and plate
Chemically sealed base for very high insulation resistance
Double contact wiper arm for reaiable operation
Wide resistance range fully enclosed
Single or 2-gang
Full 3-watt rating
Compact size 24mm diameter
A higher wattage wire wound potentiometer (5 watts) can be achieved by using a dual gang AW potentiometer with parrallelled terminals.
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Australian Resistors | Fixed & Variable Wire Wound Resistors
Australian manufacturers of fixed and variable wire wound resistors.
Australian Resistors as the name implies is an Australian company privately owned and largely dedicated to the manufacture of wire wound resistors and lays claim to being the largest volume producer of resistors in the country. We have acquired the latest in winding and testing technology to ensure the quality of our products is second to none. Australian Resistors also produces its own coatings and metal parts such as terminals and brackets "inhouse".
We pride ourselves on the high level of quality achieved. Our quality system and manufacturing procedures are based on the ISO 9002 model. Further, all our products are 2 tier tested with every resistor being 100% tested on "state of the art" automatic or manual testing equipment, followed by a further sample check to ensure no system failure has occurred.