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The SiT1618B is available in 33 standard frequencies and two temperature ranges (ext. industrial and automotive). This device features ±20 ppm stability, super small 2.0 x 1.6 mm package (4 other packages available), 3.6 mA low power consumption, and best-in-class shock and vibration.

The SiT1618 is 100% compatible with quartz devices in footprint, therefore replaces quartz without any design changes.

For a similar device in a SOT23-5 package, refer to the SiT2018B SOT23 oscillator.

FlexEdgeTM Rise/Fall Time
Yes
Frequency
33 frequencies
Frequency Stability (ppm)
±20, ±25, ±50
Operating Temperature Range (°C)
-40 to +105, -40 to +125
Oscillator Type
XO-SE
Output type
LVCMOS
Package Type (mm²)
2.0x1.6, 2.5x2.0, 3.2x2.5, 5.0x3.2, 7.0x5.0
Phase Jitter (RMS)
1.3 ps
Features
Field programmable, High temperature 125°C
Voltage Supply (V)
1.8, 2.5 to 3.3
Availability
Production
Applications
  • Engine & transmission ECUs
  • XTAL replacement
  • ADAS Computer
  • Automotive cameras
  • Infotainment

1618b

Features & Benefits

±20 ppm over automotive temp. (-40 to 125 °C)

  • Better timing margin ideal for outdoor and high-temp. operating environment

Configurable feature sets

  • 33 standard frequencies
  • 1.8 V or 2.5 V to 3.3 V supply voltage:
  • Customize specification for optimal system performance
  • Use same base device for many designs reducing qualification needs

0.1 ppb/g low g-sensitivity

  • Improved system performance under vibration
  • Carrier drop-test compliance (STB, etc.)

70 g vibration and 50,000 g shock

  • Best system reliability in harsh environments
  • Few product failures

FlexEdge™ drive strength

  • Slower rise/fall time that minimizes EMI from the oscillator
  • Lower cost by driving multiple loads and eliminate additional timing components

5 industry-standard packages

  • 100% drop-in replacement of quartz VCXO

Ultra-fast lead time (4 to 6 weeks)

  • Reduce inventory overhead
  • Mitigate shortage risks

 

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