T1250 TCXO features Clipped Sinewave Output.

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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 sensitivity down to < 7 x 10-10/g to maintain performance during shock and vibration.

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New T1250 Tcxo Offers Excellent Stability For Optimum Holdover

Greenray Industries, Inc. has announced the availability of the T1250 Series TCXO.

The new T1250 temperature compensated crystal oscillator is available from 10 to 50MHz, with CMOS or Clipped Sinewave output. The T1250 features very tight temperature stability down to ±30ppB over -40 to +85°C, with long term aging down to 3ppM over 20 years.

Acceleration sensitivity is available down to < 7 x 10-10/g to maintain performance during shock and vibration. The T1250 features a compact, 9 x 14 mm SMT package and uses a +3.3 to +5.0 VDC supply. T1250 Series TCXOs are designed for instrumentation and mobile communications applications that require superior stability with very low input power.

Environmentals: Shock: per MIL-STD-202, Meth 213, Cond C

                         Vibration: per MIL-STD-202, Meth 204, Cond A

                         Storage Temperature: -55 to +95°C

Greenray Industries is a leading supplier of high precision, quartz-based oscillators for use in wireless, wired telephony, aerospace, military, satellite, and other communications applications.Information regarding the T1250 Series TCXO and all Greenray products is available at www.greenrayindustries.com.

Product Info: sales@greenrayindustries.com

Greenray Industries, Inc.

(717) 766-0223 840

West Church Road,

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Telephone: 717-766-0223

Fax: 717-790-9509

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