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We have recently upgraded our technology platform. Due to this change if you are seeing this message for the first time please make sure you reset your password using the Forgot your password Link. Epson Toyocom Corporation Epson Toyocom , a Japan-based provider of crystal devices, has developed new small The maximum dimensions of the new SGBC are just 2.
The SGBC oscillator will help electronic equipment manufacturers further downsize their products while increasing performance. Currently They are also essential for industrial measuring instruments and machine tools and for in-vehicle systems such as navigation systems, GPS modules, and engine control units.
Moreover, In recent years heightened awareness of the need to reduce environmental impacts has been driving demand for ever more compact electronic devices that maintain greater functionality while consuming fewer raw materials and less power. As tuning-fork crystal units and oscillation circuits become smaller it is becoming increasingly difficult to design combinations with equal or superior stability and power consumption compared to their predecessors.
There is demand for smaller oscillators that satisfy such performance requirements. Epson Toyocom has responded by developing the ultra-compact Epson Toyocom has already previously released industry-leading, ultra-compact With the addition of the SGBC to the lineup, Epson Toyocom now offers comprehensive solutions for both ultra-compact crystal units and oscillators.
Epson Toyocom was able to shrink the size of this oscillator by using a new structure. Combining a compact crystal unit with an oscillation circuit rather than providing them separately significantly shrinks the space required. Remember me. Don't have an account? Epson Toyocom Introduces New
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