48-MHz basic sound frequency quartz crystal for USB touts inexpensive housing
Petermann-Technik announced SMD03025/4 series, a quartz crystal with a basic sound frequency of up to 60 MHz, which now comes with the most inexpensive mini-SMD ceramic housing on the market, according to the company, measuring 3.2 x 2.5 mm. The mini-SMD quartz crystals, which are produced in sterile conditions and are said to be preferred in the automotive industry, have a ceramic body with a welded Kovar cover. They can be used to inexpensively add frequency tolerances of +-8 ppm with degradation of +-1 ppm per year and can be delivered for temperature ranges between -40°C to +125°C. For Bluetooth applications, the company can supply 48 MHz crystals with a standard load capacitance of 10, 12, 18 or 20 pF, or according to customer specs. The company asserts the AECQ200 standard is no problem at all for the crystal.
00 49 (0) 81 91 / 30 53 95, www.petermann-technik.de