Press Release Summary:
Meeting MIL-STD-883 and MIL-STD-202 specifications, ultra-miniature quartz crystals have frequency range of 16-60 MHz and operate in temperatures from -40 to +85ÂºC. RoHS-compliant crystals are hermetically sealed in 4-pad ceramic package and delivered on tape and reel for pick and place. Suited for Bluetooth devices, PDAs, mobile phones, and MP3 players, ruggedized crystals offer frequency tolerance/stability rate as high as Â±50 ppm/Â±100 ppm.
Original Press Release:
MMD Adds Ultra-Small, RoHS-Compliant Quartz Crystals with Wide Frequency and Operating Temperature Ranges
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif. October 31, 2007 - MMD Components (Monitor & Quartztek), a producer of frequency control devices, has introduced an ultra-miniature quartz crystal that has a wide frequency range of 16 MHz to 60 MHz and can operate in temperatures as low as -40ºC and as high as +85ºC.
Measuring only 2 x 2.5 millimeters, with a maximum profile of just 0.55 millimeters - the smallest available in production quantities - MMD's new X series crystals are hermetically sealed in a 4-pad ceramic package and delivered on tape and reel for easy pick and place. They can be used in any application where limited space is a key issue and a frequency reference is required, such as Bluetooth devices, PDAs, mobile phones and MP3 players.
The crystals have a frequency tolerance/stability rate as high as ±50 PPM/±100 PPM; are 100% RoHS compliant; and feature ruggedized construction for extreme vibration and shock applications, meeting MIL-STD-883 and MIL-STD-202 specifications.
Availability for the new X series quartz crystals is stock to 14 weeks, with prices starting at $0.95 in 1K quantities. More information can be obtained from MMD Components (Monitor & Quartztek), 30400 Esperanza, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., 92688; telephone 949-753-5888 or, toll free, 877-663-2667; e-mail email@example.com; or on the Web at www.mmdcomp.com.
MMD Components (Monitor & Quartztek) is one the most technologically advanced full-service stocking manufacturers of frequency control devices, specializing in crystals, oscillators and custom applications. Headquartered in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., the company manufactures and distributes its components as an approved vendor for a variety of Fortune 500 companies and is a recommended supplier for major chip manufacturers. To better serve a worldwide market, MMD acquired the manufacturing and patent rights in 2002 to the entire product portfolio of Monitor & Quartztek, Inc. MMD Components (Monitor & Quartztek) now offers a more complete line of components, covering a wide range of applications in the commercial, medical, telecommunications, aerospace, and military markets.