(PRWEB) March 21, 2002
Fort Myers, FL, March 2002 Fox Electronics announces that it has extended the frequency range and stability options of its popular F4100 Series crystal oscillators to 170 MHz with stabilities as tight as +50 PPM (F4105) for all conditions. The oscillators are ideal for applications that require increased speeds and better noise characteristics, such as Fiber Channel, SONET, ATM, microprocessor and micro-controller. The new oscillators extremely low profile makes the series ideal for todays advanced portable PC and instrumentation designs.
A 3.3 V HCMOS miniature surface mount device (SMD), the F4100 provides increased battery life, reduced heat generation and improved EMI characteristics as well as a standby mode for lower power consumption.
With a standard operating temperature range of -10°C to +70°C (14°F to 158°F), the Series F4100 also has an optional -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to 185°F) range. Output symmetry for the F4100 Series is 40% to 60% at 1.65 V over the frequency range of
50 MHz to 170 MHz; input current is 60 mA maximum.
The Series F4105 is available in bulk quantities or on a 2,000-unit tape and reel for automatic assembly systems.
Pricing for the new F4105 Series crystal oscillator with a stability of +50 PPM and frequency above 125 MHz starts at $ 5.29 per unit in quantities of 2,000. Delivery is 8 to 10 weeks ARO.
For additional information, contact Customer Service, Fox Electronics, 5570 Enterprise Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33905. Tel: 888/GET-2-FOX; Fax: 941/693-1554;
E-mail: [email protected]; Web: http://www.foxonline.com.
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EDITORS NOTE: Fox is Americas leading supplier of standard and custom frequency control products, including the industrys broadest line of crystals, oscillators, VCXOs, TCXOs and crystal filters. The company, headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, has facilities, representatives, and distributors throughout the world.