Ceramic Resonators CERALOCK® Application Manual 10/06/2016 by Murata Manufacturing Co.,Ltd.

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p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 1 2015.12.25 1 characteristics and types of ceralock® rohs 1 general characteristics of ceralock® ceramic resonators use the mechanical resonance of piezoelectric ceramics generally lead zirconium titanate pzt the oscillation mode varies with resonant frequency the table on the right shows this relationship as a resonator device crystal unit is well-known rc oscillation circuits and lc oscillation circuits are also used to produce electrical resonance the following are the characteristics of ceralock® ① high stability of oscillation frequency   oscillation frequency stability is between that of crystal units and lc or rc

p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 2015.12.25 1 dimensions of carrier tape for chip ceralock® dimensions standard land pattern in mm 0 3 cstcr series 4.0±0.1 +0.1 ø1.5 -0 2.0±0.05 2.5 the cover film peel strength force 0.1 to 0.7n the cover film peel speed 300mm/min cover film 10˚ 2.5 1.2 2 0 4.5 g*2 direction of feed 3˚ in mm 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.7 0.8 4.00–7.99 2.6 1.6 cstcc +0.1 ø1.5-0 2.2±0.1 1.85 max 4.0±0.1 4.7±0.1 1.2 1.2 1.4 1.2 1.2 0.3±0.05 2.00–3.99 3 2 1 g*2 3.8~4.4 cstcc 9.5 1.8 *1 12.0±0.2 7.2 5.5±0.05 frequency mhz 1.25±0.05 part number 1.75±0.1 dimensions and standard land pattern of chip

note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 2 notes note 1 the relationship between the size of the resonator and the resonant frequency is described as follows for example the frequency doubles if the thickness doubles when thickness vibration is used the following relationship is obtained when the length of the resonators is ℓ the resonance frequency is fr the speed of sound waves travelling through piezoelectric ceramics and the wavelength isλ  fr・ℓ const  frequency constant fr・t for the thickness  λ 2ℓ  c fr・λ 2fr・ℓ as seen in the above formula the frequency constant determines the size of the resonator

note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering p17e.pdf 2015.12.25 2 notes note 3 fig.Ⅲ shows the equivalent circuit of an emitter grounding type transistor circuit in the figure ri stands for input impedance r0 stands for output impedance and ß stands for current amplification rate when the oscillation circuit in fig.2-6 is expressed by using the equivalent circuit in fig.Ⅲ it becomes like fig Ⅳ z1 z2 and z are as shown in the table for each hartley type and colpitts type circuit the following 3 formulas are obtained based on fig.Ⅳ i1 as i1 ≠ 0 i2 ≠ 0 i3 ≠ 0 are required for continuous oscillation the following conditional formula can be performed by

p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering electrical specifications of mhz band chip ceralock® csacw series cstcc/cstcr cstce/cstcw series 3 general specifications of chip ceralock® csacw seriesand cstcc/cstcr/cstce/cstcw series are shown in the tables respectively 2015.12.25 resonant impedance of cstcc/cstcr/cstce cstcw/csacw series frequency range mhz 2.00~2.99 cstcc□g 3.00~3.99 4.00~5.99 cstcr□g 6.00~7.99 8.00~10.00 cstce□g 10.01~13.990 14.00~20.000 cstce□v 20.01~24.990 25.00~29.990 csacw□x/cstcw□x 30.00~60.000 60.01~70.000 type resonant impedance Ω max 80 50 60 50 40 30 40 80 60 50

p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 0.1 1 shock resistance 0.1 0.05 3 fosc 0 2 solder heat resistance 0.05 before test after test fosc 0 0.1 3 vibration resistance 0.1 0.05 before test after test fosc 0 before test fosc 0 after test 100 -0.05 -0.05 -0.05 -0.1 -0.1 -0.1 -0.1 5 storage at high temperature 6 storage at low temperature 0.05 0.05 fosc 0 0.1 100 1000 time fosc 0 0.1 7 temperature cycling 0.1 0.05 100 1000 time -0.05 -0.05 -0.1 -0.1 -0.1 1000 time 8 terminal strength 0.05 fosc 0 -0.05 4 humidity resistance 0.05 -0.05 0.1 2015.12.25 25 50 100 fosc 0 cycle before test after test -0.05 -0.1 fig 3-2 general changes of oscillation frequency in each

p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 2015.12.25 application to h-cmos inverter recently high-speed c-mos h-cmos have been used more frequently for oscillation circuits allowing high speed and energy saving control for the microprocessor there are two types of h-cmos inverters the un buffered 74hcu series and the 74hc series with buffers the 74hcu system is optimum for the ceralock ® oscillation circuit fig 4-3 shows our standard h-cmos circuit since h-cmos has high gain especially in the high frequency area greater loading capacitor cl and damping resistor rd should be employed to stabilize oscillation performance as a standard circuit we recommend toshiba s tc74cu04 but any

p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 2015.12.25 3 characteristics of oscillation rise time on rise time ms 0.50 0 2 4 6 vdd v 8 cl cl1 cl2 characteristics 1.00 vdd +5v vdd 0v 0.9ⅹvp-p vp-p t=0 supply voltage characteristics 1.00 rise time rise time ms 5 oscillation rise time means the time when oscillation develops from a transient area to a steady state condition at the time the power of the ic is activated with a ceralock ® this is defined as the time to reach 90 of the oscillation level under steady state conditions as shown in fig 5-3 rise time is primarily a function of the oscillation circuit design generally smaller loading capacitance higher frequency of

p17e.pdf note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 2015.12.25 vdd 5v vdd 5v 10 24 25 36 21 24 ic pd753108 22 23 41 l 40 cstls4m00g56–b0 c1 cstce8m00g52-r0 c1=47pf c2=47pf l 2 3 4 9 18 19 c2 fig 6-4 application to µpd753108     renesas electronics vdd 5v 10 c1 c1=10pf c2=10pf c2 fig 6-7 application to µpd780032a     renesas electronics vdd 5v 57 27,28 ic m38039mf-xxxfp ic lc65f1156a 8 22 l 9 23 c1=47pf c2=47pf l 1–7 16–20 25 26 29 30 c2 fig 6-5 application to lc65f1156a     sanyo vdd 5v 10 c1 c2 c1=15pf c2=15pf 6 fig 6-8 application to m38039mf-xxxfp

note • please read rating and caution for storage operating rating soldering mounting and handling in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning etc • this catalog has only typical specifications therefore please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering 7 notice notice soldering and mounting please contact us regarding ultrasonic cleaning conditions to avoid possible damage notice storage and operating conditions please do not apply excess mechanical stress to the component and lead terminals at soldering notice rating the component may be damaged if excess mechanical stress is applied notice handling ・unstable oscillation or oscillation stoppage might occur when ceralock ® is used in an improper way in conjunction with ics we are happy to evaluate the application circuit to help you avoid this ・oscillation frequency of our standard ceralock ® is adjusted with our standard measuring

p17e.pdf 2015.12.25 cat no p17e-21 global locations for details please visit www.murata.com note 1 export control for customers outside japan no murata products should be used or sold through any channels for use in the design development production utilization maintenance or operation of or otherwise contribution to 1 any weapons weapons of mass destruction [nuclear chemical or biological weapons or missiles or conventional weapons or 2 goods or systems specially designed or intended for military end-use or utilization by military end-users for customers in japan for products which are controlled items subject to the “foreign exchange and foreign trade law” of japan the export license specified by the law is required for export 2 please contact our sales representatives or product engineers before using the products in this catalog for the applications listed below which require especially high reliability for the prevention of defects which might directly damage a third