Abracon announces the release of the AMJM/AMJD/AMPM/AMPD series of power optimized MEMS (micro electro-mechanical systems) oscillators. These new series of MEMS come in package sizes as small as 1.6mm x 1.2mm x 0.84 while producing an accurate clock that can withstand shock and vibration. These MEMS oscillators work for industrial and consumer applications that require a high level of durability including IoT, wearables, industrial IoT and drones and robotics.

“MEMS timing provides considerable benefits in terms of miniaturization and durability,” says Juan Conchas, Director of Marketing with Abracon. “This series of MEMS clock oscillators support the needs of next generation devices requiring durability in mobile and compact applications.”

Our AMJM/AMJD/AMPM/AMPD series of MEMS oscillators offer low power consumption of 1.3mA. Devices can be factory configured with any frequency and an optional standby function that enables 12µA current consumption to extend battery life when the clock signal is not in use.

The AMJD and AMPD series offer a frequency select pin allowing the output frequency to be switched between any two frequencies within their range. This feature works great for applications like audio and video, wireless charging or for global markets that require two programmable frequencies.

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About Abracon, LLC | Innovation For Tomorrow's Designs

Founded in 1992, Abracon, LLC is an industry leader in passive components, providing timing devices, RF & antenna, and inductor & connectivity solutions through a global distribution network. Headquartered outside of Austin, Texas, Abracon is innovating for tomorrow’s designs with engineering, sales, and operations located around the globe. With service, quality, and technical expertise at the company’s core, Abracon powers the Ecliptek, Fox and the ProAnt brands and enables innovative, connected IoT solutions in markets spanning data communication, transportation, industrial, medical, aerospace, defense, and beyond. 

Learn more at www.abracon.com


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