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AX7DAF1-500.0000C Oscillator XO 500MHz Regular store ±50ppm Genuine 55% LVDS 3.3V 8-P

AX7DAF1-500.0000C, Oscillator XO 500MHz ±50ppm LVDS 55% 3.3V 8-P

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AX7DAF1-500.0000C, Oscillator XO 500MHz ±50ppm LVDS 55% 3.3V 8-P

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Product description

EU RoHS: Compliant ECCN (US): EAR99 Part Status: Active HTS: 8542.39.00.01 Type: Crystal Oscillator Standard Frequency (MHz): 500 Frequency Stability (ppm): ±50 Frequency Aging (ppm/Year): ±15 (10th) Maximum Symmetry (%): 55 Output Level: LVDS Minimum Operating Supply Voltage (V): 2.97 Maximum Operating Supply Voltage (V): 3.63 Typical Operating Supply Voltage (V): 3.3 Minimum Operating Temperature (°C): -40 Maximum Operating Temperature (°C): 85 Packaging: Cut Tape Pin Count: 8 Mounting: Surface Mount Package Height: 1.8 Package Length: 7 Package Width: 5 PCB changed: 8

AX7DAF1-500.0000C, Oscillator XO 500MHz ±50ppm LVDS 55% 3.3V 8-P

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