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CSTLF4M00G55-B0 - 

Resonator, Ceramic, 4 MHz, Through Hole, 3 Pin, 30 ohm, ± 0.5%

MURATA CSTLF4M00G55-B0

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Manufacturer:
MURATA MURATA
Manufacturer Part No:
CSTLF4M00G55-B0
Newark Part No.:
80K5179
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Product Information

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4MHz
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Through Hole
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3 Pin
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30ohm
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± 0.5%
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-
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-
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-20°C
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80°C
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Product Overview

A small, lightweight, ultra low cost resonator designed for use in oscillator circuits. It is made of high stability piezoelectric ceramic and has been developed to function as a reference signal generator (the frequency is primary adjusted by the size and thickness of the ceramic element). Typical applications include TVs, VCRs, automotive electronic devices, telephones, copiers, cameras, voice synsthesisers, communication equipment, remote control units, etc. Ceramic resonators may also be used as the timing element in most microprocessor based equipment.

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