Texim Europe offers crystal oscillator programming service

Programmable crystal oscillators supporting high frequencies

Texim Europe SG-8002/SG8003 programming service
(PresseBox) ( Quickborn, )
Next to the SG-8002 series Texim Europe offers a special programming service for the Epson Toyocom crystal oscillator series SG-8003. Production and sample quantities are available in 1-3 days. Programmable crystal oscillators are the solution to the long lead times associated with nonstandard custom product.

The new SG-8003 series from Epson Toyocom, which supports voltages down to 1.8V, 2.5V and 3.3V and frequencies up to 166 MHz, fills the low-voltage, high-frequency needs that Epson Toyocom's highly popular SG-8002 series of programmable crystal oscillators could not. If however a supply voltage of 5V is needed, SG-8002 should still be used as well for new designs.

Moreover, the new programmable crystal oscillators not only support low voltages, they consume 50% less current than their predecessors, making them an excellent choice for a wide range of mobile devices and other equipment where low power consumption is critical. The package of the smallest SG-8003 measures just 2.1 x 1.7 mm.

Low voltage support: 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V typical
High frequency support (from 1 MHz up to 166 MHz)
Low current consumption, 50% lower than previous programmable SPXOs
Current consumption (no load): 15mA max.
Jitter up to 250 ps, period jitter 27 MHz or higher
Operating temperature: -20°C to +70°C or -40°C to +85°C
Functions: output enable (PE, PD, PC), standby (SE, SD, SC)

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