[time-nuts] Vectron Labs 100MHz OCXO datasheet?
jimlux at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 9 18:46:56 EDT 2017
On 8/9/17 10:44 AM, Bob kb8tq wrote:
> Actually it *is* a standard Vectron part number. Once an OEM placed an order, the specific part was issued
> a 4 digit “code”. That plus the base model number made up the part number from there on. On could debate
> endlessly if it was to make reordering easier (fewer digits to make mistakes on) or to obscure the actual spec.
> One advantage of the 4 digit approach would be if the customer decided they wanted some non-standard
> (weird lead lengths…) spec on their part.
I stand corrected - it's a "standard OEM style number" as opposed to a
"standard catalog number"
That's kind of what I figured, when Dave sent the 724Y Class S sheet..
>> On Aug 9, 2017, at 11:07 AM, jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> On 8/8/17 11:04 PM, Neil Smith G4DBN wrote:
>>> Does anyone have any technical info on a Vectron Laboratories 100MHz OCXO, model 724Y3067 (part number A61583-1) please? Can’t find a datasheet on the current Vectron Inc website and my Google-fu is weak today.
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>> that doesn't resemble a standard vectron part number
>> You might look at the CO-724
>> I don't know if Y indicates the temperature range... probably a custom.
>> FOr others in that series, the next two digits indicate the frequency stability - 58 -> 5E-8, 28 -> 2E-8, 17->1E-7
>> 30 -> 3E-10?
>> If you're looking at the one in the various online ads, the pinout is pretty different - this is almost certainly a custom.
>> You could always send an email to Vectron
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