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Product News: Electronic Components & Devices
T752 Series Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator comes in 5 x 7mm package.
Press Release Summary:
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 x 10-9/g.
Original Press Release
New T752 TCXO Offers Very Low G-Sensitivity Performance for Mission Critical Apps
Press release date: Dec 06, 2017
PA Greenray Industries, Inc. has announced the availability of the T752 Series TCXO.
The new TCXO (temperature compensated crystal oscillator) is available from 9 to 52MHz with CMOS or clipped SINE output and features acceleration sensitivity down to ≤ 0.2 x 10-9/g.
The T752 is available with +3.3 or +5.0VDC supply and features a low-profile, 5 x 7mm package. The TCXO offers temperature stability down to ±0.5ppm and EFC with sufficient pull range to cover the total stability of the oscillator over the lifetime of the part.
The T752 Series has been designed for mobile communications, instrumentation, GNSS, SATCOM, GPS, missile guidance and other applications operating in demanding environments.
T751/T752 TCXO Environmentals:
- Vibration: per MIL-STD-202G, Meth 214, Cond I-F
- Shock: per MIL-STD-202G, Meth 213, Cond F (Shock level available to 50,000g)
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 T752 Series TCXOs and all Greenray products is available at www.greenrayindustries.com.
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