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SiT2024A: AEC-Q100, One-Output Clock Generator with -55 to 125 ºC Temp. RangeLogin
The SiT2024 is the industry's first AEC-Q100 compliant, one-output clock generator with on-chip MEMS resonator, therefore eliminating the need for external crystals and other clock sources. This device delivers the perfect combination of wide frequency range (1 MHz to 110 MHz), excellent stability (±20 ppm) and extreme temperature range (-55 to 125°C). It also features the industry's best 0.1 ppb/g vibration sensitivity, 50,000 g shock and 70 g vibration resistance. Download datasheet.
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