Mouser and IQD sign global distribution agreement

Mouser Electronics is announcing a global distribution deal with IQD Frequency Products, a recognised market leader in the frequency control market. With over 40 years' experience as a quartz crystal manufacturer, IQD offers a comprehensive range of frequency control products covering both surface mount and legacy through-hole products for virtually any application. Through this agreement, Mouser will distribute IQD's crystal products worldwide.

The IQD Frequency product line comprises over 80 models. The ultra-small IQXO-984/985/986 series are 32.768kHz clock oscillators that consume just 30uA, with a standby current as low as 3uA. The devices offer startup time of only 10ms at 1.8V with a rise and fall time of 200ns. The ultra-low power clock oscillators are suitable for use in handheld and battery-powered applications such as battery management systems, communication modules and systems, LCD lighting systems, and smart meters.

The IQXO-540 AUTO series are AEC-Q200- and ISO/TS16949-qualified clock oscillators for industrial and automotive applications, with frequencies available in the range from 4.0 to 50MHz. With stabilities down to +/-25ppm over -40 to +85degC or +/-50ppm over the extended temperature range of -40 to 125degC, the 3.3V ceramic hermetically sealed models offer a current consumption as low as 5mA and standby current of 10uA (in standard temperature range), making them suitable for industrial applications as well as in-car applications including ABS, airbag sensors, navigation, and remote keyless entry systems.

The IQXT-210 series temperature-compensated crystal oscillators (TCXOs) are designed specifically for applications that require a high stability oscillator but don't have either the physical space for or power to drive an oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO). The IQXT-210 series offer a frequency stability down to +/-0.14ppm across a wide frequency range from 10MHz up to 50MHz. Operating over the standard industrial temperature range from -40 to 85degC, the 3.3V devices feature a typical current consumption of less than 10mA.

The IQOV-162 series OCXOs provide a frequency stability down to +/-5 parts per billion (ppb) over the full industrial temperature range from -40 to 85degC. The 14×9×6.5mm, 3.3V devices are available in a wide frequency range from 10 to 100MHz, and offer 300mA current consumption. The IQOV-162 series oscillators are useful for applications such as CDMA base stations, optical networking, Ethernet, SATA and satellite communications, or wherever a very low-profile OCXO is required.

To learn more about the IQD Frequency products available to order from Mouser, visit www.mouser.com/iqd.

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