32.768 kHz Oscillator Module Consumes Little Power

32.768 kHz Oscillator Module Consumes Little Power

Micro Crystal now offers its popular oscillator in the advanced tiny package of just 1.2 mm x 2 mm x 0.7 mm. This hermetically sealed package hosts the integrated circuit together with the XTAL and, besides the large supply voltage range, it features very low power consumption. In active mode, it draws as low as 1 μA driving one CMOS load. Since the oscillator is running also in stand-by mode (i= 0.45 μA) the accurate frequency is available instantaneously, no delayed startup time, as typical e.g. for AT-oscillator, must be cared for. Through factory calibration, the accuracy is superior to solutions with external XTAL. For more details, visit http://www.microcrystal.com/index.php/products/32-768

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Vernon Hills, IL
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