MCP4141-104 - 100K SPI Digital Potentiometer
A digital potentiometer (informally a digipot) is a digitally controlled electronic component that mimics the analog functions of a potentiometer. It is often used for trimming and scaling analog signals by microcontrollers.
The MCP4141 are non-volatile, 7-bit (129 wiper steps) digital potentiometers that are programmed/reprogrammed through an SPI compatible interface.
- 7-bit: 128 Resistors with Taps to VSS and VDD
- SPI compatible interace
- Automatic Recall of Potentiometer Wiper Setting