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Wide operating temperature range clock oscillator

IQD has launched the IQXO-40x series 32.768kHz clock oscillators with a choice of three operating temperature ranges and frequency stabilities.

These include: ±100ppm over the extended temperature range of -40 to 1250C, ±30ppm over the industrial range of -40 to 850C and ±25ppm over the commercial operating temperature range of -20 to 700 C.

Packaged in an industry standard, miniature 2.0 x 1.6 x 0.8mm hermetically sealed ceramic package, this CMOS based clock oscillator is capable of driving a 15pF load, and with a current draw of 200µA and an enable disable function on Pin 1, with a standby current draw down to 10µA.

Available in three voltages, 1.8V, 2.5V and 3.3V, this new model is intended for use in designs where an extended operating temperature is required in industrial and harsh environments including IoT, real time clocks, smart meters (AMR), wearables and wireless communication.

Packaging options are ‘Tape and Reel’ or ‘Cut Tape’ and a range of standard specifications will be available from stock in April either direct from IQD or via its extensive range of worldwide distributors.

Author
Neil Tyler

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