Real-time clock (RTC) ICs are used in electronic circuits to keep track of time relative to the “real” world. Maintaining accurate time is critical, especially under periods of severe system stress or when the power of the main device is off. During these times, RTC ICs must provide robust performance and will often draw power from an auxiliary battery or supercapacitor. As expected, power consumption is a key factor in most real-time clock designs, in addition to accuracy, ruggedness, and small package size. Most modern RTCs reduce the number of pins required by supporting a serial interface. We offer a wide variety of highly accurate, low power, small package, and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based real-time clocks to suit any of your solution needs.
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