Low-Frequency Oscillator Debuts As Industry’s Smallest

April 9, 2007
Touted as the market’s smallest, the OV-7604-C7 low-frequency oscillator measures 3.2 mm x 1.5 mm x 1 mm in a ceramic SMD package. The component combines a 32.768 kHz timing crystal with a complete CMOS oscillator circuit and is RoHS compliant.

Touted as the market’s smallest, the OV-7604-C7 low-frequency oscillator measures 3.2 mm x 1.5 mm x 1 mm in a ceramic SMD package. The component combines a 32.768 kHz timing crystal with a complete CMOS oscillator circuit and is RoHS compliant. Operating voltage ranges from 5.5V down to 1.2V, and maximum current consumption is 0.5 µA at 3V. Other features include a start up time of 0.5s maximum, frequency tolerance of ±20 ppm, operating temperature range from -40°C to +85°C, and a shock resistance up to 5 kg. Pricing starts at $1.65 each/1,000. MICRO CRYSTAL, Buffalo Grove, IL. (847) 818-9825.

Company: MICRO CRYSTAL

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