crystal unit

crystal unit

[¦krist·əl ¦yü·nət]
(electronics)
A complete assembly of one or more quartz plates in a crystal holder.
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has developed two new crystal unit products: the 2016-size (2.
In addition, it manufactures and sells surface mount type tuning-fork crystal unit developed through a unique technology, which is expected to become the principal product of a business in the future.
The product incorporates a double-ended tuning fork crystal unit, which offers superior stability and quick responsiveness, in order to achieve pressure measurement with high sensitivity as well as superb reliability, hysteresis, and temperature characteristics.
37 nm, indexed as the combined 020 and 120 on the Dunn and Garner nylon 6 10 [beta]-phase crystal unit cell.
KYOTO, Japan -- Kyocera Corporation (NYSE:KYO)(TOKYO:6971) and its wholly-owned subsidiary in charge of quartz crystal device development and manufacturing, Kyocera Kinseki Corporation (herein "Kyocera Kinseki"), announced the successful development of the new CX1612SB AT-Cut Crystal Unit which was achieved through application of a photolithographic process.
0sq mm PVC insulated single core for general purpose wiring Qty 9138 Mtr 5) X2/6350-000077 Horn Electrical warning 12V DC/JMA type B-31 Qty 292 Nos 6) X2/5920-001041 Fuse Holder Slyd Lock 30 AMP 250V Qty 506 Nos 7) X2/6115-000672 Adjuster speed control complete cable Assy Qty 259 Nos 8) X2/5935-003447 Connector free Electrical 3 Pin 250V 15AMP Type 527/DICP Qty 301Nos 9) X2/5340-007360 Mount Resilient Cushy font mount type Qty 202 Nos 10) Z17/5955-017148 Crystal Unit Quartz 24MHZ + 50PPM Qty 76 Nos
Kyoto, Japan, Oct 10, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - Kyocera Corporation is pleased to announce that Kyocera Kinseki, a full subsidiary engaged in the development and production of electronic devices, will ship the CX3225SB miniature low-frequency quartz crystal unit, the world's first miniature, and smallest(*1), crystal unit which oscillates in the 4MHz frequency range.
non-bonded) interactions to the free energy of the crystal phase is at a minimum, provided the spatial arrangement of molecules in the crystal unit cell satisfy the empirical criterion of densest intermolecular packing.
KYOTO, Japan -- Kyocera Corporation (NYSE:KYO)(TOKYO:6971) announced that it has produced the industry's first crystal unit with a thermistor, a temperature sensing component.
The AXIOM also features a large active area of 200 mm diameter together with high spatial resolution which allows large protein crystal unit cells to be resolved.
It produces crystal units, crystal oscillators, as well as filters such as surface mount device type, saw devices, and tapes and reels, which are used in televisions, computers, monitors, telecommunication equipment, and measuring instruments.
Other scientists have used electron microscopes to peer at steps and other boundary features through substances such as silver, but seeing crystal units in the hidden surface is a first, says physicist Ellen D.