Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co.

Tokyo, Japan

Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co.

Tokyo, Japan

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Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-09-01

A crystal unit includes an AT-cut crystal element, excitation electrodes, extraction electrodes. The AT-cut crystal element has an approximately rectangular planar shape. The excitation electrodes are disposed on front and back of principal surfaces of the AT-cut crystal element. The extraction electrodes are extended from the excitation electrodes to a side of one side of the AT-cut crystal element via a side surface of the AT-cut crystal element. Assuming that an extraction angle of the extraction electrode from the principal surface to the side surface is defined as an angle with respect to an X-axis of a crystallographic axis of a crystal, the angle is equal to or greater than 59 degrees and equal to or less than 87 degrees.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-09-01

A crystal unit includes an AT-cut crystal element and a container. The AT-cut crystal element has an approximately rectangular planar shape. The AT-cut crystal element includes a first inclined portion, second inclined portions, and a first secured portion. The first inclined portion is inclined such that the crystal element decreases in thickness from a proximity of the first side to the first side. The second inclined portions are disposed on respective both ends of the first side, the second inclined portions being formed integrally with the first inclined portion. The second inclined portions are inclined gentler than the first inclined portion. The first secured portion and a second secured portion are formed integrally with the second inclined portion. The first secured portion and the second secured portion each project out from the first side to outside the crystal element to be used for securing with the securing members.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-11-16

A sensing sensor includes a first vibrating region, a second vibrating region, an adsorbing film, a blocking layer, a wiring board, a channel forming member arranged to cover a region of the one surface side of the wiring board to form a channel. The adsorbing film is arranged such that the adsorbing film is located in a region including the central portion in the front-rear direction of the one vibrating region. Assuming that the front end portion of the vibrating region is P1, the front end portion of the adsorbing film is P2, and the central portion of the vibrating region is C, the front end portion of the adsorbing film P2 satisfies a relational expression expressed as follows: (a distance from C to P1)0.4(a distance from P1 to P2)(a distance from C to P1)0.8.


A frequency adjustment method is provided for a piezoelectric resonator including a first vibrator, a second vibrator, a third vibrator, and a supporting portion. The second and the third vibrators connect to ends positioned along a vibration direction of a width-longitudinal mode in the first vibrator. The supporting portion is connected to two ends positioned along a vibration direction of the length-longitudinal mode in the first vibrator. The method includes: setting the second vibrator to a first region, a second region, and a third region along the vibration direction of the width-longitudinal mode; setting the third vibrator to a first region, a second region, and a third region along the vibration direction of the width-longitudinal mode; and performing the frequency adjustment by reducing or adding mass of at least one of the first region and the third region in each of the second vibrator and the third vibrator.


A piezoelectric resonator for an ultrasonic transducer includes a piezoelectric vibrating body, a signal electrode, a ground electrode, multiple bottomed groove portions, and a ground common electrode. The piezoelectric vibrating body is constituted of a piezoelectric ceramics. Multiple bottomed groove portions are formed to expose the principal surface of the piezoelectric vibrating body in a slice direction along a scanning direction of the piezoelectric resonator on the signal electrode. The ground common electrode is formed on at least one end portion of an end surface of the piezoelectric vibrating body in the slice direction and adjacent to both end portions in the scanning direction. The groove portions separate the signal electrode into a plurality of the signal electrodes in the scanning direction, and the ground common electrode electrically connects electrodes at both ends out of the signal electrodes which are separated to the ground electrode.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2017-01-19

A crystal oscillator includes a surface mount type crystal unit and a mounting substrate. The surface mount type crystal unit includes a ceramic container. The surface mount type crystal unit has a rectangular shape as a planar shape. The mounting substrate includes a ceramic substrate on which an electronic component is mounted, the mounting substrate having a rectangular shape as a planar shape. The crystal oscillator has a structure where the surface mount type crystal unit and the mounting substrate are laminated, and both terminals of the surface mount type crystal unit and the mounting substrate are connected with a bonding material. The mounting substrate and the surface mount type crystal unit are connected in a positional relationship where a long side of the mounting substrate and a long side of the surface mount type crystal unit are orthogonal.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-06-29

A piezoelectric device includes a crystal element, excitation electrodes, extraction electrodes, a base, and first and second wiring electrodes on the base and connected to the extraction electrodes. The crystal element is connectedly secured to the first wiring electrode with conductive adhesive at an end part at a side of the one side on one surface of the crystal element. The fixing and the wire bonding are performed such that a secured position with the conductive adhesive overlaps a bonding position on the crystal element side by the wire bonding in a crystal element thickness direction. The first wiring electrode is disposed at an end part at a side of one side of the base and has a planar shape and a size so as to planarly encompass at least a region formed by projecting a part where the conductive adhesive contacts the crystal element to the base side.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-07-14

An crystal resonator includes a first oscillating circuit that oscillates a crystal resonator at a first frequency, a first impedance adjusting circuit that adjusts an impedance of a first oscillating system including the crystal resonator and the first oscillating circuit, a second oscillating circuit that oscillates the crystal resonator at a second frequency that is different from the first frequency, a second impedance adjusting circuit that adjusts an impedance of a second oscillating system including the crystal resonator and the second oscillating circuit, and a controlling circuit that controls the first impedance adjusting circuit and the second impedance adjusting circuit.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-03-31

An AT-cut crystal element is provided. The AT-cut crystal element includes side surfaces intersecting with a Z-axis of a crystallographic axis of a crystal. At least one side surface of the side surfaces is constituted of three surfaces of a first surface to a third surface. Besides, a crystal resonator including the AT-cut crystal element, and a crystal unit including the crystal resonator are provided.


Patent
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-02-03

A solder material includes an alloy of at least five elements including Sn, Cu, Sb, and In, and 20 mass % or less of Ag. The solidus temperature of the solder material is higher than 290 C., the liquidus temperature of the solder material is 379 C. or less and is higher than the solidus temperature, and the temperature difference between the liquidus temperature and the solidus temperature is 70 C. or less.

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