Clock Oscillators Support Multiple Frequencies And Size Requirements

Kyocera’s Z-series clock oscillators are designed to support multiple frequencies and sizes for quick-turnaround delivery requirements. They are qualified to Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) reliability standards


Product Details


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Product name

Z-Series Clock Oscillator

Standard Frequency Stability

High Frequency Stability


Electronic equipment


Automotive electronics,

in-vehicle systems


As soon as next day *

As soon as one week*


2.0×1.6mm to 7.0×5.0mm


0.5MHz to 170MHz

Operating temperature range

-40 to +125

Frequency tolerance

+/- 20ppm-40 to +85

+/- 30ppm-40 to +125

+/- 2ppm-40 to +85

+/- 5ppm-40 to +105

+/- 10ppm-40 to +125

Reliability standard


Production location

Japan (Nagano Okaya Plant, Yamagata Higashine Plant)



















Z-Series clock oscillators use Kyocera’s unique platform structure, which combines a fixed size head unit (consisting of a quartz crystal, ceramic package and driver IC) mounted to a glass epoxy substrate in a variety of standard dimensions. The use of a common head unit reduces lead times by eliminating the need to design the IC, package and crystal elements individually for each of the standard dimensions.


The new Z-Series is available in two types: “Standard Frequency Stability,” for emphasizing quick delivery; and “High Frequency Stability,” for applications requiring tighter frequency tolerance over a wide temperature range. Both types are qualified to the Automotive Electronics Council’s reliability standards AEC-Q100 (for ICs) and AEC-Q200 (for passive components). For more info, visit Kyocera.