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32kHz crystals supported by clock generator IC

26 Sep 2013  | Julien Happich

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CHT-CG50LP

Cissoid recently announced the availability of the CHT-CG50LP, a versatile clock generator suitable for building clock modules and frequency based transducers for the industrial market and high reliability applications.

The circuit uses an external crystal and has been designed to provide reliable precision and performance throughout the -55°C to 225°C temperature range, with supply voltages between 3 and 5.0V, up to 50MHz frequency.

The circuit also supports 32kHz crystals for real-time clock generation needs. The CHT-CG50LP IC features a built-in frequency divider selectable from 1 to 512, an enable/disable control signal and an external clock input. The output driver capability is programmable (8/16mA) as well as the crystal driver strength.

Datasheet for the CHT-CG50LP can be downloaded here.




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