Euroquartz to showcase UK-manufactured SM clock oscillators
At this year’s Engineering Design Show (EDS 2021) frequency control specialist, Euroquartz will launch a range of surface mount (SM) clock oscillators which can withstand up to 3000G shock and which have an extended industrial temperature range.
The EQXO-75UIE oscillator series is manufactured in the company’s class 7 cleanroom facility. It is available in frequencies from 2.0 to 60MHz.
The ruggedised LVCMOS-compatible circuit has a miniature quartz crystal housed in a low profile ceramic surface mount package measuring 7.0 x 5.0 x 1.4mm.
Designed by Euroquartz for demanding industrial applications, it will provide reliable operation with good frequency stability across an extended industrial operating temperature band from -40 to +105 degrees C, said the company.
The oscillators are available with +2.5 and +3.3V (±10 per cent) supply voltage options. For phase noise performance, they have femto second phase jitter of 150fs (typical) and custom crystal pre-ageing options are available. The UK-manufactured components are free from ITAR regulations with reduced shipping costs
Euroquartz is also exhibiting its latest ranges of products including automotive grade oscillators and a range of miniature, low power, high temperature crystal oscillators from Statek for harsh environments and low earth orbit applications.
Euroquartz is exhibiting at stand F2 at the Engineering Design Show (EDS 2021), October 19th & 20th, Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry, UK.Euroquartz is an independent UK-based manufacturer and supplier of quartz crystals, oscillators, filters and frequency-related products to the electronics manufacturing industry worldwide. The company is AS9100-registered and designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of frequency control components for a wide range of customers including major OEMs covering a broad spectrum of applications including defence and aerospace, communications, general electronics, computing, control systems and petrochemical industries.