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Wednesday, 22 June 2016 08:50

Vectron Military Flatpack Precision XO

Vectron Military Flatpack Precision XO

The PX-360 Precision Crystal Oscillator operates over the military temperature range of -55C to +125C with a frequency range of 1MHz to 80MHz. This XO is designed with MIL-PRF-55310 class B level screening (option), making it ideal for low voltage clock, and high shock and vibration applications.

Features
• Frequency range: 1MHz to 80 MHz 
• 4-point resonator mount for high shock and vibration performance 
• Temperature range: -55C to +125C 
• Package: 20 lead flatpack 
• Package equivalent of MIL-PRF-55310/21 
• Output: TTL, ACMOS 
• Supply: 3.3 or 5 V
Previous Model: MC061

Applications
• Military (radio) systems
Low Voltage Clock Applications
• Avionics and instrumentation 
• Medical equipment 
Test and Measurement Equipment
• Navigation


Please contact your Heynen rep. for (ordering) information.

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