[time-nuts] eBay Giveaway Vectron OCXOs

Peter Gottlieb nerd at verizon.net
Fri Dec 23 17:06:32 EST 2011


Agreed, and, so much for using the reference output as a stable lab 
reference.


On 12/23/2011 5:03 PM, jmfranke wrote:
> A startup current of 0.95A at 5v implies a power of almost 5W and that 
> is way above the spec value <3.3W. That is another vote for the 
> oscillator being 3.3V.
>
> John  WA4WDL
>
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> From: "Dan Rae" <danrae at verizon.net>
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>> Thanks for all the responses.  A quick check before breakfast shows 
>> that mine would seem to be for 5 Volts since the power consumption at 
>> that input agrees with the data sheet referenced; the current peaks 
>> at 0.95 A warming up and 0.13 A warm.   Reference V out is 4.8 V.
>>
>> Dan
>>
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