PRESS RELEASE: Abracon Announces Compact Chip Antenna Solutions for Wearables and IoT

Abracon Announces Compact Chip Antenna Solutions for Wearables and IoT ACA-102, ACA-103, AMCA31

AUSTIN, Tx. (November 8, 2016) Abracon Holdings, LLC. (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of passive & electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF components announces multiple compact chip antenna solutions targeting the main RF communications protocols widely necessary by the Internet of Things, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and  wearables product sectors. This series of chip antennas are designed to simplify critical trade-offs between size and RF power gain, an important factor in optimizing IoT and wearables functionality and design. Rugged ceramic construction supporting -40C to 85C operating temperature range ideally suits them for the demanding requirements of industrial applications.

The ACA-102 offers the most compact size supporting 2.4GHz Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and WiFi/Wireless LAN applications with a small 2.0×1.2 footprint and 1mm height while offering -3dBi of gain.

The ACA-103 features dual-band  supporting Bluetooth/BLE/WiFi/WLAN at 2.4GHz with -4dBi of gain and WiFi/WLAN at 5.5GHz with -6dBi of gain in a compact  5.0×2.0x1.2mm form factor.

The AMCA31 offers the best gain in the series supporting  2.4GHz Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and WiFi/Wireless LAN applications with a small 3.2×1.6 footprint and 1.2mm height while offering -1dBi of gain maximizing range and optimizing efficiency.

To further optimize end system design, Abracon offers antenna tuning services that measure gain and center frequency of the end system and confirm in-circuit performance of the antenna. In cases when the antenna is de-tuned due to non-optimal layout, ground plane or other issues, Abracon will recommend the optimal values to use on the pi-network matching the impedance between the RF IC and the antenna.

“Knowing that there is no free lunch when it comes to RF performance and size trade-offs, these antennas enable engineers to make appropriate decisions when designing their end systems,” says Dean Clark. “The IoT requires the use of small and efficient antenna solutions. The antenna efficiency is a major factor in maintaining end system communication range while keeping the power consumption as low as possible. The antenna selection and optimization is critical in this role.

Abracon offers a wide selection of antenna options. These solutions are available and in stock at Abracon’s major distributors world-wide.

“Due to a broad development of wireless applications in IoT, IIoT and wearables, the need for compact antenna solutions is growing explosively,” says Keith Chapman. “ Abracon is meeting that need by introducing advanced RF solutions and working closely with its global distribution partners to meet the go to market requirements of system designers.”

About Abracon Holdings, LLC.

Founded in 1992, and headquartered in Irvine, California, Abracon is a leading global manufacturer of passive and electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions. Abracon offers a wide selection of quartz timing crystals and oscillators, MEMS oscillators, real time tlocks (RTC), Bluetooth modules, ceramic resonators, SAW filters and resonators, power and RF inductors, transformers, circuit protection components and RF antennas and wireless charging coils. The company is ISO9001-2008 certified with design & application engineering resources in California and Texas and sales offices in Texas, California, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Scotland, and Germany. Abracon’s products are offered through its global distribution network.

Abracon Media Contact          
Camille Vargas
PR@arbacon.com
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Calabria Sets Abracon’s Channel-Centric Agenda – EPS NEWS

October 11, 2016 | Original Article from EPS NEWS

Author: Barbara Jorgensen

From a distributor’s perspective, not all suppliers are created equal. Some component makers view the channel as a valued extension of their salesforce; others view distributors as an offsite repository for their inventory. Abracon LLC CEO Mike Calabria is making sure his company falls in the former category.

“We are extremely channel-centric,” said the former Arrow Electronics Inc. executive. “Whenever we enter the market with a new product, we also consider what will be successful through the channel.” A full 90 percent of Abracon’s frequency control, signal conditioning, antennas, clock distribution and magnetic components are sold through distribution, Calabria said.

It’s no coincidence that Calabria joined a channel-centric supplier after 35 years at Arrow, the industry’s largest electronics distributor. Calabria was instrumental in driving exponential growth of Arrow’s PEMCO – passives, electromechanical and connector—division during his tenure. These high-volume, low-cost components are ubiquitous in electronics but are often overlooked by the engineers that are designing products.

“If there ever was a frustration in the [PEMCO] world it was convincing engineers that distributors can provide value by assisting them with their designs,” Calabria said. “There is also heavy awareness in the channel that the design effort isn’t as rewarding as it should be.”

Leading by design

Distributors earn their living, in part, by reselling suppliers’ components. High-priced devices such as semiconductors can command a decent profit margin, but PEMCO products account for 80 percent of a typical bill-of-material. To get distributors to focus on their products, suppliers provide incentives by way of design-registration programs. Distributors that secure – or “win” — a component’s spot in an OEM design are compensated by suppliers once the design reaches production. This is particularly important in the PEMCO world where products are highly commoditized and relatively low-priced.

“We have spent a lot of time in the past year demonstrating our value to our reps and to our distribution channel,” Calabria said. “We have instituted in-depth training; improved coordination between our marketing department and our distribution and rep networks; and are sharing our product roadmaps with the channel,” he said. “By understanding where [Abracon] is going, our channel partners can get a head start by making sure we get designed into OEM products.”

Abracon’s route is leading directly toward the Internet of Things (IoT), where PEMCO products have almost limitless applications. “On the consumer side alone you can secure your home, change your thermostat or see the temperature of your fridge from your phone,” Calabria said. “While you are traveling you can see if the power in your house went out. Everything has become dependent on wireless connectivity, but we can’t just be connected — we want solutions that are robust; fit in the smallest possible space; consume very little power and meet the right price point.”

Abracon — which uses the tagline “The Heartbeat of the IoT” — is uniquely positioned to meet those demands, Calabria said. “The first thing we do is understand what the customer’s application is going forward and ensure we have developed a product that meets those needs. We are a fabless company so we have 25-plus factories that enable us to outline the specifications for the products that our customers need.”

Abracon’s solutions run the gamut from custom devices to commodity parts. “In some cases our customer starts with an off the shelf part for its timing. We would then use the Abracon Pierce Analyzer System “PAS”, advanced crystal in circuit optimizing, to insure the timing solution operates in the customer’s circuit design,” Calabria explains. “We can solve that problem for the customer, but the device itself is may not a specialty part.”

Fabless and flexible

Calabria acknowledges that big players often get most of the attention in the distribution channel. “That’s why we have to focus on our performance and find a way to get [distributors] focused on our products,” he said. “Some of our products are commodities where the specs are known, and then our value is driven by services and quality. Others are driven by uniqueness. Then there are products where the customer comes to us with a design and we develop a solution—there, our value is driven by engineering.”

Abracon’s fabless model provides a number of advantages, Calabria said. “We have a tremendous amount of flexibility when it comes to capacity. I can have two factories building my products in two different geographies or engage one factory for a limited production run. That reduces our exposure to geographic risks associated with earthquake- or tsunami-prone regions. Also,” he added, “since we have more than one source of manufacturing, we can leverage the prices we pay for those services. We can remain competitive [against larger suppliers] because multiple companies can build my products.”

All of this boils down to a winning proposition for Abracon, its customers and its distributors, Calabria said. “We understand the pressures distributors are under from the inventory-management and profit-margin perspectives. We are concentrating on the key things that are important distributors and the metrics that they are measured on.” For example, distributors that register a design win are compensated by exclusive rights to sell a product or receive a few more points of profit margin. “The higher-tech products lend themselves easily to demand creation,” Calabria explained. “It becomes more challenging with commoditized products. You have to make sure your distributors and reps are rewarded for the work they did.” Thirty percent of Abracon’s products are eligible for design registration, he added.

Many customers believe that dealing directly with suppliers is more cost effective than distribution; Calabria respectfully disagrees. “Many suppliers aren’t structured to supports customers directly,” he said. “We make sure our distributors are cost competitive and we find customers are better serviced through the channel. If a customer wants zero leadtimes, we direct them to distribution.

“We also don’t wait for a customer to grow big enough and then take them direct,” Calabria added. “We believe that is [the distributors’] customer. The channel has to feel comfortable that we are not their competitor. We do everything we can to support distributors.”

Abracon is owned by Evergreen Pacific Partners, which manages two private equity funds totaling $700 million, invests in traditional buyouts, management led buyouts, and growth equity investments involving middle-market companies in the Western U.S. and Canada. Calabria, who became a consultant after leaving Arrow in 2013, joined on Abracon’s board of directors in 2015 and was named president and CEO in September.

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Abracon announces in-stock availability of the ATCA-XX line of high power toroid inductors

Austin, TX – Abracon Holdings, LLC announces the ATCA-XX product line, a broad offering of high power toroid inductors for use in industrial power supplies, LED ballast and heavy duty appliance applications. By containing the majority of magnetic flux within the toroid, these inductors present inherent electromagnetic and RF interference immunity. Offered with vertical or horizontal orientations, they can be placed orthogonally to minimize crosstalk when multiple devices are used.

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High Power Toroidal Inductor – ATCA Series Product Image

 

Operating temperature of -40C to 105C makes them ideal for high power and industrial applications. Designed for through-hole assembly, the product family offers standard values ranging from 20uH to 1800uH and current ratings up to 10A.

“Due to its simplicity and RFI immunity, the toroid remains a work horse inductor in high power switch mode applications,” says Juan Conchas, Director of Marketing for Abracon. “The combination of wide operating temperature and high current rating makes this broad line of toroids ideal for lighting, white goods, solar inverters, home and industrial appliances, electric motor and other industrial applications.”

These inductors are in stock for off-the-shelf commonly requested options or with short 6 to 8 week lead time for less common and custom configurations.

About Abracon Holdings, LLC.

Founded in 1992, and headquartered in Irvine, California, Abracon is a global manufacturer of frequency control, signal conditioning, clock distribution and magnetic components. Abracon offers a wide selection of Quartz Timing Crystals, Crystal and MEMS Oscillators, Real Time Clocks, Antennas, Bluetooth Modules, Ceramic Resonators, SAW Filters and Resonators, Inductors, Transformers, Circuit Protection Components and Wireless RF Antennas. The company is ISO9001-2008 certified with design & Application Engineering resources in California & Illinois; and Sales offices in Texas, California, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Scotland, and Germany. Abracon’s products are offered through its Global Distribution Network.

PRESS RELEASE | Abracon Names Mike Calabria President & Chief Executive Officer

Abracon Names Mike Calabria President & Chief Executive Officer
40- year veteran of electronics industry to drive aggressive growth

AUSTIN, Tx. (September 14, 2016) Abracon Holdings, LLC. (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of frequency control, signal conditioning, clock distribution and magnetic components announced Mike Calabria as President and CEO. Calabria, who joined the Board of Directors in March 2015, has been serving as Chief Operating Officer since August 2015.

Calabria has nearly 40 years of total experience in the electronics industry, with 35 years at Arrow Electronics, where he served in numerous sales, marketing, operations, management and executive management capacities. During his tenure, he exponentially grew the passive, electromechanical and connector business.

“Mike is one of the most well-known and well-respected leaders in the electronics industry, and is the perfect leader for the company,” said Tim Bernardez, co-founder and managing partner of Evergreen Pacific Partners, the majority owner of Abracon. “There’s a real opportunity to extend Abracon’s leadership position in the industry, and the combination of Mike’s network as well as his proven management ability will be able to help the company accelerate growth.”

Abracon offers a broad selection of Quartz Timing Crystals, Crystal and MEMS Oscillators, Real Time Clocks, Antennas, Bluetooth Modules, Ceramic Resonators, SAW Filters and Resonators, Inductors, Transformers and Wireless RF Communication components. The company is ISO 9001-2008 certified with offices in Texas, California and Singapore. Abracon’s products are offered through its Global Distribution Network to commercial, industrial, consumer and select COTS-Military markets.

“We are the single largest supplier of timing devices to electronics distributors in the US and globally, and we believe we can grow revenue and market share in the next five years by several orders of magnitude,” said Calabria. “With an incredible team, leading technology and the financial backing of Evergreen, we have the ability to seize this market opportunity through organic growth as well as acquisitions. It’s an incredibly exciting time to be in this industry.”

Abracon is owned by Evergreen Pacific Partners, which manages two private equity funds totaling $700 million, invests in traditional buyouts, management led buyouts, and growth equity investments involving middle-market companies in the Western U.S. and Canada.  Its investors include foundations, endowments, pension funds, and West Coast-based CEOs with experience in Evergreen’s target industries.


About Abracon Holdings, LLC.

Founded in 1992, and headquartered in Irvine, California, Abracon is a global manufacturer of frequency control, signal conditioning, clock distribution and magnetic components. Abracon offers a wide selection of Quartz Timing Crystals, Crystal and MEMS Oscillators, Real Time Clocks, Antennas, Bluetooth Modules, Ceramic Resonators, SAW Filters and Resonators, Inductors, Transformers, Circuit Protection Components and Wireless RF Antennas. The company is ISO9001-2008 certified with design & Application Engineering resources in California & Illinois; and Sales offices in Texas, California, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Scotland, and Germany. Abracon’s products are offered through its Global Distribution Network.

 

Abracon Media Contact          
Camille Vargas
(512) 371 – 6159 x1462
PR@abracon.com

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Abracon partners with leading distributors Arrow, Digi-Key, and Mouser to stock small footprint automotive and industrial grade crystals supporting high temperature requirements

Austin, TX -Abracon, LLC extends its quartz crystal product offering by supplying a broad stocking of the ABS07AIG, ABM8AIG, ABM10AIG and ABM11AIG family of quartz crystals designed to meet the durability and wide operating temperature requirements of automotive and industrial applications. With footprints as small as 2.0×1.6mm, the product line offers standard operating temperature ranges of -40°C to 85°C, -40°C to 105°C, -40°C to 125°C in all package and frequency options.

Manufactured on TS16949 certified production lines, this family of crystals are AEC-Q200 qualified.

ABS07AIG solution for 32.768kHz applications is available in 3.2mm x1.5mm footprint with a variety of plating capacitances down to 6pF.

ABM11AIG series saves the most space with a 2.0mm x 1.6mm footprint, with available standard and custom frequencies in the range of 16MHz to 50MHz.  ABM10AIG offers carrier frequencies between 12MHz to 62.5MHz in a 2.0mm x 2.5mm package, while ABM8AIG is available over 12MHz to 54MHz in a 3.2mm x 2.5mm package.   These solutions can be further optimized to service custom frequency and set-tolerance requirements, as tight as ±10 ppm; with a variety of plating loads – down to 6pF.

“By making these crystals available off-the-shelf, Abracon directly addresses the requirements of next generation automotive applications such as advanced navigation, infotainment, connectivity, camera and body electronics,”commented Juan Conchas, Director for Marketing for Abracon.

“Additionally, this addresses the growing need for connectivity and other advanced electronics within industrial applications such as industrial IoT, process control, automation, metering and sensing in general.”

Standard frequencies such as 32.768kHz, 12MHz, 12.288Mhz, 13.00MHz, 13.56MHz, 14.7456MHz, 16.00MHz, 16.384MHz, 18.432MHz, 19.6608MHz, 20.00Mhz, 24.576MHz, 25.00MHz, 26.00MHz, 27.00MHz, 30.00MHz, 40.00MHz addressing real time clock, CAN bus & MCU clocking, USB, NFC, Bluetooth, BLE, WiFi and asynchronous serial/UART applications are in stock and are immediately available.  Custom configurations including carrier frequency & plating load are available with 8 to 10 week lead time.


About Abracon
Abracon was established in 1992 with the vision of becoming a top tier global manufacturer of Frequency Control, Signal Conditioning, Clock Distribution and Magnetic Components with local design and technical support. Abracon provides its customers with high quality products, competitive pricing, timely delivery, reliable engineering and technical support, plus production flexibility worldwide. For more information, visit www.abracon.com

LUSCOMBE ENGINEERING HONORED WITH ABRACON’S 2015 SALES EXCELLENCE AWARD

Austin, TX —Luscombe Engineering has been recognized as Abracon’s leading manufacturer’s representative with the 2015 Sales Excellence Award. Doug Canterbury, Chief Executive Officer, accepted the award on behalf of Luscombe Engineering at this year’s EDS Leadership Summit in Las Vegas, NV where thousands of electronics industry experts gathered to exchange ideas and build strategic relationships.

The award is presented to the representative firm that most closely aligns with Abracon’s guiding principles of prompt and diligent customer service, technical expertise, and high levels of integrity that build value for our customers. Coupled with effective channel management practices, these qualities help customers get to market quickly and meet their design cycle objectives. As a result, Luscombe excelled in customer support, while delivering strong growth as a customer-centric results driven organization with the highest levels of service in 2015.

“We are excited and proud to be given the Abracon rep of the year award. It is a privilege to be associated with Abracon, this is a company that makes doing business fun and rewarding. Chris Polley has built a great business and, with the new ownership and management team, we are looking forward to growing at an accelerated pace well beyond the market rate. Our goal is to be a repeat winner of this award next year,”said Doug Canterbury.

Abracon and Luscombe strive to deliver excellent technical competence to their customers and exceptional commitment to their channel partners. For Abracon, Luscombe has exceeded expectations in maintaining the standard of quality to which they aim.

“Luscombe has gone above and beyond in ensuring an excellent relationship with Abracon, which has resulted in significant growth for both companies in 2015. Their exceptional results within the southern California territory are a testament of the outstanding service they offer,” said Mike Calabria, Abracon Chief Operations Officer.

We congratulate Luscombe on their sales excellence achievement.

JASON SIMONEAU RECEIVES ABRACON 2015 EXECUTIVE PARTNERSHIP AWARD

Austin, TX —Jason Simoneau, Director of Passives at Digi-Key, was presented with the 2015 Executive Partnership Award at the annual EDS Leadership Summit earlier this May. The award honors Simoneau and his team for their overall commitment to their customers and recognizes the key role they have played in the continuing relationship with Abracon.

The award is presented to an individual who most closely aligns with Abracon’s guiding principles of prompt and diligent customer service, technical expertise, and high levels of integrity that build value with customers. Coupled with effective asset management practices and a committed strategy of investment in Abracon inventory, these qualities help customers get to market quickly and meet their design cycle objectives. As a result, Simoneau’s work achieved new heights for quality of service in 2015.

“Jason Simoneau has been highly influential in developing a successful relationship with Abracon throughout the years. Meeting the product availability demands of distribution customers requires continuous investment and committed attention to inventory planning. Simoneau’s bullish approach has served his customers well, resulting in high growth for Abracon and Digi-key,”said Chris Polley, Abracon Chief Executive Officer.

Tom Busher, Vice President of IP&E at Digi-Key Electronics, has worked with Simoneau and his colleagues for several years and recognizes Simoneau as a strong team lead,

“We are very proud of Jason for being recognized by Abracon for his contribution and dedication to reaching the mutual goals and successes of both companies. We truly appreciate the willingness and commitment from the Abracon team to work closely with us in maintaining and growing our successful and valued partnership. We look forward to continue the realization of exceptional results in the future. “

Simoneau and his colleagues have proven to be great assets to the Digi-Key and Abracon team. We congratulate Simoneau and Digi-Key on their outstanding achievement.

FUTURE ELECTRONICS RECOGNIZED WITH ABRACONS 2015 SALES EXCELLENCE AWARD

Austin, TX  — Abracon has recognized Future Electronics as a leader in electronic components distribution with the 2015 Sales Excellence Award. Marc Garceau, Product Marketing Manager, accepted the award on behalf of Future at the annual EDS Leadership Summit in Las Vegas, NV where thousands of electronics industry experts gathered to exchange ideas and build strategic relationships.

The award is presented to the distributor firm that most closely aligns with Abracon’s guiding principles of prompt and diligent customer service, technical expertise, and high levels of integrity that build value with customers. Coupled with effective channel management practices, these qualities help customers get to market quickly and meet their design cycle objectives. As a result, Future has become extremely well aligned with Abracon, excelling in customer support and delivering strong growth in 2015.

“Future Electronics is committed to our partnership with Abracon, and we are proud to offer Abracon’s breadth and depth of products to customers,” explained Heather Goldsmith, Director of Product Marketing, Electromechanical, for Future Electronics. Goldsmith added, ” We look forward to continued growth and another mutually prosperous year with Abracon.”

“Future Electronics excelled in 2015 by delivering superior sales results and adding value as a channel partner. We look forward to our continued partnership with a strong investment strategy that will result in overall market growth, ” said Mike White, Abracon VP of Global Sales.

Future is widely known for their extraordinary selling capabilities with strong investment practices, offering Abracon customers the highest level of availability and support. This award honors their excellent technical expertise, salesmanship, and quality of service to both Abracon and our mutual customers. We congratulate Future on their outstanding achievement.

Abracon Releases New Series of Miniature Size HC-49US Crystals

Irvine, CA – A globally preferred, leading supplier of frequency control and magnetic components, Abracon LLC has introduced its ABL6M, ABLS6M, ABL7M, ABL7M2, ABLS7M and ABLS7M2 series of newly miniaturized versions of its popular HC-49US crystals named the ABLS series.

“Offered at a lower height with a smaller footprint and through-hole and SMD packages, our ABL6M, ABLS6M, ABL7M, ABL7M2, ABLS7M and ABLS7M2 series crystals are ideal space-saving solutions,” explains Syed Raza, director of engineering at Abracon.

“The ABL7M, ABL7M2, ABLS7M and ABLS7M2 reduce the footprint of a standard low-cost HC-49US crystal package by almost 50% and the ABL6M and ABLS6M by about 66‰. While offering a substantial size reduction, the resistance weld sealed package ensures optimal in-circuit performance and long-term reliability. These devices are also RoHS compliant and Pb free,” continues Raza.

Typical applications of this series include: microprocessors, wireless applications, home appliances and industrial and consumer electronics, amongst others.

  • These cost-effective devices also offer such key advantages as:
  • A reduced footprint from the standard HC-49US crystal package
  • A low profile Tight stability and extended temperature, including operating temperature range options
  • High-reliability and low-cost
  • A resistance welded metal package RoHS compliant and Pb free

Abracon´s space-saving HC-49US crystal series is available through Abracon’s Global Distribution partners at a competitive price.
Abracon Links:
HC-49US Crystals

Abracon releases a new Real Time Clock Module Ultra-low Power 60nA XTAL Mode / 17nA RC Auto Mode

Irvine, CA Abracon has introduced its new ultra-low power Real Time Clock module, AB-RTCMC-32.768kHz-IBO5-S3, with I2C interface.

This device is designed to reduce the overall system power consumption with its innovative timing and power management features.

This device has ultra-low current consumption (XTAL Mode: 60nA typ. @3.0V; RC Mode: 17nA typ. @3.0V; RC Autocalibrated Mode: 22nA typ. @3.0V), which allows the system designers to use inexpensive ceramic capacitors instead of supercapacitors for several hours of backup time. When longer backup time is required, designers can take advantage of much smaller supercapacitors and batteries to reduce system cost.

Additional value-added features include Alarm, Interrupt, Countdown Timer, Watchdog Timer, Power Management with Power-Switch, Trickle Charger, Automatic Switchover to backup supply voltage and general purpose RAM.

This device is available in a compact 3.7 x 2.5 x 0.90mm hermetically sealed package, with built-in quartz crystal.

Typical applications include keeping network time in communications devices, allowing time backup in smart meters and sensor networks, and preserving time and critical application data when replacing the battery in consumer medical devices.

Features:

  • Ultra-Low current consumption
    • XTAL Mode 60nA typ. @3.0V
    • RC Mode 17nA typ. @3.0V
    • RC Auto calibrated Mode 22nA typ. @3.0V
  • RTC module with built-in crystal oscillating at 32.768 kHz
  • Operating voltage: 1.5–3.6V
  • Operating temperature range: -40 to +85°C
  • Factory calibrated Time accuracy ±2.0ppm typ. @ 25°C
  • Automatic Battery Switchover,
  • Trickle Charger, Power Management & Power Switch Function
  • Programmable CLKOUT frequencies
  • I2C Bus Interface (fast mode 400kHz)
  • Time keeping mode down to 1.5 V
  • Programmable Alarm, Timer and INT
  • Up to 512 Bytes of general purpose RAM
  • Small and compact package size: 3.7 x 2.5 x 0.9 mm. RoHS-compliant & 100% lead free

Application:

  • Smart cards
  • Wireless sensors and tags
  • Medical/Healthcare electronics
  • Sports and fitness electronics
  • Smart Utility meters
  • Data loggers
  • Appliances
  • Tracking systems
  • Home security systems
  • Industrial and Consumer electronics
  • Communications equipment

Abracon Datasheet Link:
AB-RTCMC-32.768kHz-IBO5-S3