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Greenray Industries Inc.

840 W. Church Rd., Mechanicsburg, PA, 17055, USA

  • 717-766-0223

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T752 Series Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator comes in 5 x 7mm package.

Dec 07, 2017

T752 Series Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator is available in from 9 to 52MHz with CMOS or clipped SINE output. Unit is offered with +3.3 or +5.0VDC supply and is suitable for mobile communications, instrumentation, GNSS, SATCOM, GPS and missile guidance applications. Product offers s temperature stability down to ±0.5ppm and acceleration sensitivity down to less than or equal to 0.2... Read More

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Temperature Compensated Oscillator delivers phase noise up to -165dBc/Hz.

Aug 01, 2017

T1266 Temperature Compensated Oscillator is available from 50MHz to 125MHz with sinewave output which can drive a load of 50Ω. Unit is operated in a temperature range of -55 to +95°C and is housed in a 17.3mm square package. Featuring +3.3 or +5.0VDC supply, product is suitable for PLL, up-conversion apps, mobile communications and instrumentation applications. Oscillator provides temp... Read More

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Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator features 17.3mm square package.

May 25, 2017

Available from 50 to 125MHz, T1265 Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator provides temperature stability down to ±0.5ppm. With +3.3 or +5.0VDC supply and phase noise of -165dBc/Hz, unit features storage temperature of -55°C to +95°C. Suitable for PLL or up-conversion apps, communications and instrumentation applications, product comes with squarewave CMOS output to drive load of... Read More

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T1250 TCXO offers long term aging.

Feb 02, 2017

Housed in 9 x 14mm SMT Package, T1250 Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator is used for instrumentation and mobile communications. Available in 10 to 50MHz with CMOS or clipped sinewave output, T1250 has temperature stability down to ±30ppB in -40 to +85°C temperature range and acceleration sensitivity at <7×10-10/g at +3.3 or +5.0VDC input supply.

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T1250 TCXO features Clipped Sinewave Output.

Nov 12, 2016

Designed for low input power applications such as mobile communication and instrumentation, T1250 Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator features compact, 9 x 14 mm SMT package. Available in 10 to 50 MHz range, unit provides temperature stability down to ±30 ppB over -40 to +85°C. Stored at -55 to +95°C temperature, device uses +3..3 to +5.0 VDC supply and maintains acceleration... Read More

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YH1421 Oven Controlled Oscillator features Electronic Frequency Control.

Nov 12, 2016

Featuring low phase noise of 160 dBc/Hz noise floor, YH1421 Oven Controlled Oscillator maintains good holdover and stability for wireless communications and data, including 5G. Housed in compact 0.8” x 0.5”, low profile, DIP package, units are available from 10 MHz to 120 MHz, with +3 dBm sinewave output into 50Ω. Stored at -55 to +95°C temperature, device uses +5 or +3.3 VDC supply.

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Compact OCXO offers ultra-low phase noise performance.

Feb 24, 2016

Available from 10–120 MHz with +10 dBm sinewave output, YH1485 OCXO (oven controlled crystal oscillator) features low phase noise down to -180 dBc/Hz. Acceleration sensitivity is available down to <3 x 10-10/g for better performance during shock and vibration, which respectively carry ratings per MIL-STD-202 (Meth 213, Cond C) and vibration per MIL-STD-202 (Meth 204, Cond A). Supplied in 1... Read More

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Temperature Compensated Oscillator offers low g-sensitivity.

Feb 16, 2016

Available from 50–100 MHz with squarewave, CMOS output, Model T1241 features low g-sensitivity down to < 7 x 10-11/g and typical phase noise of -155 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz. Supply voltage is +3.3 or +5.0 Vdc and supply current is 30 mA max. Supplied in rugged SMT package, TCXO includes vibration compensation and electronic frequency control for precise tuning or phase locking applications. Device... Read More

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Ultra-Low Phase Noise TCXO is available from 10-50 MHz.

Mar 31, 2015

Supplied in SMT package built to handle shock and vibration, T1243 offers noise floor down to -165 dBc/Hz and acceleration sensitivity options down to ≤7x10-11/g. Temperature stability is ±2.0 ppM over -40 to +85°C range, and performance meets needs of mobile applications that require optimized phase noise, minimal input power, and negligible warm-up time. Read More

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TCXO is available from 50-100 MHz.

Jan 22, 2015

With very low g-sensitivity down to ≤ 7x10-11/g, Model T1241 provides optimized phase noise performance under shock and vibration. Unit features 3.3 Vdc supply, CMOS Squarewave output, and temperature stability to ±0.3 ppm in temperatures from -40 to +85°C. Housed in rugged SMT package measuring 0.680 x 0.6800 x 0.200 in., temperature compensated crystal oscillator is suitable for... Read More

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Vibration-Resistant TCXO offers optimal acceleration sensitivity.

Jan 05, 2015

Available from 10–50 MHz in 9 x 7 mm SMT package, T1307 utilizes vibration compensation technology to maximize performance under vibration (≤7 x 10-11/g) and offers phase noise performance of 30–40 dB under shock and vibration. Temperature stability is 1 ppm over -40 to 85°C, available output types include CMOS or clipped sinewave, operating voltage is 2.7–5.0 Vdc, and min... Read More

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Ruggedized TCXO offers tight stability for mobile applications.

Jan 22, 2014

Supplied in 5 x 3 mm ceramic package, T52 offers temperature stability to ±0.1 ppm from -20 to +70°C and g-Sensitivity of <2.5 x 10-9/g. Low g-Sensitivity Option LG is <2.5 x 10-9/g, and aging is <1.0 ppm/year. Output is CMOS (C option) or Clipped Sine (S option); and supply voltage is +3.0, +3.3, or +5.0 Vdc; and supply current is <6 mA (CMOS) and <3 mA... Read More

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TCXO promotes reliability, precision for mobile electronics.

Jul 13, 2012

Available from 10-50 MHz in 5 x 7 mm ceramic package, T70 series offers HCMOS output and 3.3 V supply voltage. Model T71 specifically offers clipped sine wave output and 5.0 V supply, and electronic frequency control is provided for precise tuning or phase locking applications. Stability is rated to ±0.2 ppm from -40 to +85°C, Phase Noise floor is -155 dBc/Hz (typ 10 MHz), and current... Read More

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TCXO is suited for mobile, battery-powered applications.

Feb 22, 2012

Supplied in 5 x 7 mm ceramic package, T72 Series offers stability to ±0.2 ppm from -40 to +85°C, g-sensitivity of less than 1 x 109, phase noise floor of 159 dBc/Hz, and current consumption down to 1 mA typ. TCXO, available from 10-50 MHz, offers clipped sine wave output and 3.3 V supply range. Electronic frequency control is provided for tuning or phase locking applications. Unaffected by... Read More

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OCXO offers stability in presence of high shock, vibration.

Apr 15, 2010

Featuring 0.80 x 0.50 x 0.37 in., hermetic DIP package, YH1300 Series OCXO has acceleration sensitivity down to 5 x 10-11/G. It provides electronic frequency control for precise tuning or phase locking applications and is designed as stable reference source for airborne/mobile communications and instrumentation. Available from 10-50 MHz, unit can be provided with CMOS square wave or... Read More

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Low-Jitter TCXO comes in rugged, hermetic, ceramic package.

Mar 05, 2010

Measuring 9 x 7 x 2.8 mm, T1215 Series delivers consistent frequency control in high-shock and high-vibration environments. Acceleration sensitivity down to 5 x 10-10/g is available for optimal phase noise performance during vibration and acceleration. Supporting frequencies from 750 kHz to 800 MHz and offering choice of CMOS, LVPECL, or LVDS outputs, product operates from 3.3 or 5 V supply and... Read More

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TCXO offers stability of ±0.28 ppm over -40 to +85°C.

Jul 15, 2009

Measuring only 5 x 3.2 x 2 mm, T53 Series provides up to 50,000 g acceleration and g-sensitivity as low as 7 x 10-10, and offers Clipped Sinewave or CMOS outputs. It is designed as reference oscillator for critical timing applications that demand small footprint. Applications include smart munitions, GPS, mobile radio, SONET, WiMAX, WLAN, Stratum 3, and Femtocell markets. Read More

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Miniature Reference Oscillators offer low power option.

Jun 03, 2009

Housed in 4-pin dual-inline package, ZYH1002/1003 Series OCXOs require 195 mW at +25°C with slope of -3.4 MW/°C, making them suited for applications that require low power consumption and/or battery power. Standard frequencies are 10-20 MHz, but any frequency from 10-50 MHz is available. ZYH1002 output is CMOS compatible with 50/50 ±5% duty cycle, while ZYH1003 provides clipped sinewave... Read More

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Ovenized Crystal Oscillator serves as stable reference source.

May 01, 2009

Designed for telecommunications, instrumentation, and radio communications applications, YH1420 Series OCXO meets Stratum 3 requirements and delivers short-term stability from 10-100 MHz. Model 1421 offers a true sinewave output while Model 1420 offers squarewave output. Units feature 0.80 x 0.50 x 0.37 in., ROHS-compliant, DIP package and require either +5 or +3.3 Vdc supply voltage. Read More

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TCXO targets ultra low G-sensitivity applications.

Dec 10, 2008

Virtually impervious to effects of shock and vibration, T1300 Series offers g-sensitivity of less than 0.05 ppb, or 5 x 10-11/g of applied acceleration force. Unit is available from 10-50 MHz with frequency stability of ±1 ppm from -40 to +70°C and ±2 ppm max. Housed in standard 4-pin dual in-line package, oscillator features supply voltage of +5 Vdc at 10 mA and includes electronic... Read More

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