Crystal oscillators

  • 29-Dec-2010 03:31 EST

Four ranges of low-voltage crystal oscillators, available from Saelig and made by Euroquartz, feature miniature surface mount packages. The XO22, 32, 53, and 91 series offer supply voltages of 5-10 V, enabling current consumption as low as 2.0 mA and making the units suited for battery-powered applications. All four ranges have supply voltage options of 1.0, 1.2, 1.8, 2.5, 3.3, or 5.0 V and offer HCMOS/LSTTL output logic, with tristate (enable/disable) function standard.

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