Low power clock oscillator is stable for wearable devices
IQD has launched the IQXO-610, a 32.768kHz clock oscillator with low current draw down to one micro A typical with no load at 3.3V and 1.5-micro A typical at 5.0V no load.
The IQXO-610 is able to deliver superior stability performance due to compensation of the frequency and temperature characteristics of the 32.768kHz crystal, says IQD. This allows the new model to offer stabilities down to ±20ppm over an operating temperature range of 0 to 50 degrees C and ±50ppm over -40 to +85 degrees C.
Typical applications include real time clocks, IoT applications, precision timing devices, event data recorders, smart meters (AMR) and wearable devices where the reduction in power consumption is critical.
IQD specialises in the frequency control market and is part of the Würth Elektronik eiSos group, the European passive components manufacturer.
IQD offers a comprehensive frequency product ranges available, from low-ost commercial grade product to that used in high reliability industrial, automotive and military grade applications including quartz crystals, clock oscillators, AEC-Q200/TS16949 crystals and oscillators, VCXOs, TCXOs, OCXOs, GPS disciplined OCXOs, and Rubidium oscillators.
Manufacturing capacity is over 40 million units per month covering quantities from one off specials to multi-million unit orders. IQD offers customers a range of engineering support services including application support, custom product design, sample development, electrical testing and screening, frequency/temperature testing, accelerated ageing, circuit characterisation and MTIE/TDEV testing. IQD’s products are specified by manufacturers in the aerospace, automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial, medical and military industries throughout the world.