Quartz crystals with up to 52 MHz basic sound in a 1.6 x 1.3 mm ceramic housing

21st April 2010
Posted By : ES Admin
Quartz crystals with up to 52 MHz basic sound in a 1.6 x 1.3 mm ceramic housing

PETERMANN-TECHNIK announced a small mini SMD quartz crystal in a 1.6 x 1.3 mm ceramic housing with up to 52 MHz basic sound. The unusually high basic sound frequency of 52 MHz offers designers of low-power mobile applications and developers of very small sensor applications enormous freedom in circuit development.

The nano SMD quartz crystals are pro¬duced in absolutely sterile conditions and have a ceramic body with a welded Kovar cover, which enables frequency tolerances at +-8 ppm and above to be used with aging at +-1 ppm per year. The tiny crystal is available in temper¬ature ranges of -40/+85°. The nano SMD crystals, which are fitted with a very small quartz blank, are of course very shock and vibration-resistant. PETERMANN-TECHNIK’s specialist service catalogue also includes application analyses, circuit analyses, circuit development, circuit simulations and design-in support as technical added value.


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