Rezonator ceramiczny 4mhz crystal datasheet


How do Ceramic Resonators work? When connected in an electronic oscillating circuit, a ceramic resonator will vibrate, generating an oscillating signal with a specific frequency. Like the similar crystal oscillator, they're used to generate a clock signal to control the timing in oscillating circuits. What are Ceramic Resonators used for? Vishay's frequency control product line offers a complete range of crystals and oscillators. These cost-effective commercial products are available in the standard packages as well as the latest in ceramic surface mount technology. A crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillator circuit that uses a piezoelectric resonator, a crystal, as its frequency-determining element. Crystal is the common term used in electronics for the frequency-determining component, a wafer of quartz crystal or ceramic with electrodes connected to it. Specification Series: ZTT Pitch: 2.5mm Features: 3-Pin (Built In Filter Capacitor) Nominal oscillating Frequency: 4.000 MHz Resonant Resistance: 30Ohm(Max)