BALA CYNWYD, Pa. -- Micro Oscillator Inc. (MOI), a provider of CMOS-based silicon clock oscillators, rolled out its latest product, the MOI-2000.
The MOI-2000 clock oscillator is a CMOS integrated circuit that can replace ceramic resonators and crystal oscillators in microcontroller-based systems that do not require precise accuracy. The patented temperature compensated oscillator can operate at plus or minus 0.5 percent total frequency accuracy over the temperature and voltage range without using ceramic resonators, quartz crystals or other external components for frequency determination.
The device has a frequency range from 2- to 20M-Hz. The total tolerance is plus or minus 0.5 percent over a standard temperature range of 0 degrees Celsius to 70 degrees Celsius. Total tolerance is inclusive of initial frequency tolerance, tolerance over temperature and voltage, and long-term tolerance.
The MOI-2000 operates at 5V or 3.3V. Current consumption is at 1.6mA for the 5V device and 0.7ma for the 3.3V device. Production samples of the MOI-2000 are available now.