If you want to equip your product with an oscillator, and there is hardly an electronic application that can do without, you must define the operating voltage of your application first because oscillators are usually “calibrated” to a specific voltage value. A precise frequency requires a constant and predetermined working voltage. If deviations occur, the oscillator will create an inaccurate frequency, which can ultimately lead to malfunctions. This is an industry standard, but now, with the new JO22 and JO32 crystal oscillators, Jauch provides more flexibility.
Precision and Flexibility
The two new products are special; they generate an extremely stable frequency even with a variable operating voltage. In a voltage range from 1.8 Volts to 3.3 Volts, the oscillators perform with minimum frequency variation. This applies even if the operating voltage changes during operation. Manufacturers of electronic applications benefit for many reasons using these new parts. First of all, they are more flexible in the usage of the oscillators. Second, the new components are particularly suitable for installation in battery powered devices due to their low power consumption. Finally, the oscillators deliver the desired frequency with the highest precision over a measurably longer period, even if the battery voltage drops.
Small Multi-Talents for the Internet of Things
Thanks to the special characteristics and the small size (2.5 x 2 x 0.8 millimeters and 3.2 x 2.5 x 1.1 millimeters, respectively), the new oscillators are particularly popular in wearables and compact IoT applications. They could be used in portable devices, wireless sensors or intelligent radiator thermostats, to name just a few areas of application.
Both oscillators are available with operating temperature ranges of -40 to +125 degrees Celsius. They are 100 percent lead-free and both are RoHS and REACH compliant. Both components are also free of conflict minerals.
Would you like to find out more about the new oscillators? Click here for the data sheets!