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4 x 40W QUAD BRIDGE CAR RADIO AMPLIFIER
HIGH OUTPUT POWER CAPABILITY: 4 x 45W/4Ω MAX. 4 x 40W/4Ω EIAJ 4 x 28W/4Ω @ 14.4V, 1KHz, 10% 4 x 24W/4Ω @ 13.2V, 1KHz, 10% LOW DISTORTION LOW OUTPUT NOISE ST-BY FUNCTION MUTE FUNCTION AUTOMUTE AT MIN. SUPPLY VOLTAGE DETECTION LOW EXTERNAL COMPONENT COUNT: – INTERNALLY FIXED GAIN (26dB) – NO EXTERNAL COMPENSATION – NO BOOTSTRAP CAPACITORS PROTECTIONS: OUTPUT SHORT CIRCUIT TO GND, TO VS, ACROSS THE LOAD VERY INDUCTIVE LOADS OVERRATING CHIP TEMPERATURE WITH SOFT THERMAL LIMITER LOAD DUMP VOLTAGE FORTUITOUS OPEN GND BLOCK AND APPLICATION DIAGRAM
FLEXIWATT25 ORDERING NUMBER: TDA7386
REVERSED BATTERY ESD DESCRIPTION The TDA7386 is a new technology class AB Audio Power Amplifier in Flexiwatt 25 package designed for high end car radio applications. Thanks to the fully complementary PNP/NPN output configuration the TDA7386 allows a rail to rail output voltage swing with no need of bootstrap capacitors. The extremely reduced components count allows very compact sets.
Vcc2 470µF 100nF
ST-BY N.C. OUT1+ IN1 0.1µF OUT1PW-GND OUT2+ IN2 0.1µF OUT2PW-GND OUT3+ IN3 0.1µF OUT3PW-GND OUT4+ IN4 0.1µF AC-GND 0.47µF SVR 47µF
OUT4PW-GND TAB S-GND
TDA7386 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Symbol VCC VCC (DC) VCC (pk) IO Operating Supply Voltage DC Supply Voltage Peak Supply Voltage (t = 50ms) Output Peak Current: Repetitive (Duty Cycle 10% at f = 10Hz) Non Repetitive (t = 100µs) Power dissipation.5 5.5 80 150 – 55 to 150 Unit V V V A A W °C °C Ptot Tj Tstg PIN CONNECTION (Top view) 1 25 V CC AC-GND P-GND3 V CC P-GND2 P-GND1 P-GND4 S-GND OUT3- OUT2- OUT1- OUT2+ OUT1+ OUT3+ THERMAL DATA Symbol Rth j-case Parameter Thermal Resistance Junction to Case Max. Value 1 Unit °C/W 2/9 OUT4+ D94AU159A OUT4- ST-BY MUTE HSD SVR TAB IN1 IN2 IN4 IN3 . (Tcase = 70°C) Junction Temperature Storage Temperature Parameter Value 18 28 50 4.
5W VMUTE = 1.5 20 20 90 V V V µA µA Ipin22 Muting Pin Current 3/9 .5V (Amp: ON) (Amp: OFF) POref = 4W (Amp: Play) (Amp: Mute) (Amp: Mute) Att ≥ 80dB. THD = 0. THD = 10% VS = 13.6 5 -5 11 8. Rg = 600Ω.4V.) Symbol Iq1 VOS dVOS Gv dGv Po Parameter Quiescent Current Output Offset Voltage During mute ON/OFF output offset voltage Voltage Gain Channel Gain Unbalance Output Power VS = 13.5 1. Tamb = 25°C. Refer to the test and application diagram. RL = 4Ω.TDA7386 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (VS = 14. Typ. f = 1KHz.15 70 100 % µV µV dB KHz KΩ 50 80 70 60 75 200 100 70 60 – – 50 ±10 dB dB µA µA V V dB V 3.5W f = 1KHz PO = 4W f = 10KHz PO = 4W VSt-By = 1.5V (*) Saturated square wave output.5V (Sourced Current) VMUTE = 3.5 1. THD eNo SVR fch Ri CT ISB Ipin4 VSB out VSB in AM VM out VM in VAM in EIAJ Output Power (*) Max.5 7.5 80 3.5 43 26 24 18 28 40 45 0.8% VS = 14.4V Po = 4W ”A” Weighted Bw = 20Hz to 20KHz f = 100Hz. Output Power (*) Distortion Output Noise Supply Voltage Rejection High Cut-Off Frequency Input Impedance Cross Talk St-By Current Consumption St-by pin Current St-By Out Threshold Voltage St-By in Threshold Voltage Mute Attenuation Mute Out Threshold Voltage Mute In Threshold Voltage VS Automute Threshold 0. 350 ±80 ±80 Unit mA mV mV dB dB W W W W W 25 22 16.2V.4V.5V to 3. PO = 0.2V. unless otherwise specified.7V VS = 14.04 50 70 27 ±1 Po EIAJ Po max. 190 Max. Test Condition RL = ∞ Play Mode Min. THD = 10% VS = 13. POref = 4W (Amp: Play) Att < 0.5V VSt-By = 1.5 26 37.1dB. Vr = 1Vrms PO = 0.5 6.
1µF C7 2200µF Vcc1-2 Vcc3-4 6 20 9 8 OUT1 R1 ST-BY 10K R2 MUTE 47K C1 IN1 0.TDA7386 Figure 1: Standard Test and Application Circuit C8 0. 1 TAB OUT4 D95AU335C 4/9 .47µF SVR C6 47µF 10 15 12 11 C10 1µF C9 1µF 22 4 7 5 2 3 OUT2 17 18 19 OUT3 21 24 23 25 N.C.1µF S-GND 14 13 16 C5 0.1µF IN2 C2 0.1µF IN3 C3 0.1µF IN4 C4 0.
and component layout of the figure 1 (1:1 scale) COMPONENTS & TOP COPPER LAYER BOTTOM COPPER LAYER 5/9 .B.TDA7386 Figure 2: P.C.
Supply Voltage Figure 3: Quiescent Current vs. Output Power Figure 8: Distortion vs. Supply Voltage Figure 7: Distortion vs. Frequency 6/9 .TDA7386 Figure 4: Quiescent Output Voltage vs. Supply Voltage Figure 6: Maximum Output Power vs. Supply Voltage Figure 5: Output Power vs.
1µF) is adopted. plays an essential role in the pop optimization during ON/OFF transients.5 V threshold voltage and the device will consequently fail to turn OFF when the mute line is brought down. STAND-BY AND MUTING STAND-BY and MUTING facilities are both CMOS-COMPATIBLE.TDA7386 Figure 9: Supply Voltage Rejection vs. 1) SVR Besides its contribution to the ripple rejection. Frequency Figure 10: Crosstalk vs. Since a DC current of about 10 uA normally flows out of pin 22. the maximum allowable muting-series resistance (R2) is 70KΩ. If unused. the SVR capacitor governs the turn ON/OFF time sequence and. 7/9 . If the standard value for the input capacitors (0. the time constant to be assigned in order to obtain a virtually pop-free transition has to be slower than 2.5V/ms. Conventional/low-power transistors can be employed to drive muting and stand-by pins in absence of true CMOS ports or microprocessors. ITS MINIMUM RECOMMENDED VALUE IS 10µF. a straight connection to Vs of their respective pins would be admissible. R-C cells have always to be used in order to smooth down the transitions for preventing any audible transient noises. Output Power APPLICATION HINTS (ref. About the stand-by. to the circuit of fig. Source Resistance Figure 12: Power Dissipation & Efficiency vs. which is sufficiently high to permit a muting capacitor reasonably small (about 1µF). consequently. the low frequency cut-off will amount to 16 Hz. INPUT STAGE The TDA7386’s inputs are ground-compatible and can stand very high input signals (± 8Vpk) without any performances degradation. Frequency Figure 11: Output Noise vs.To conveniently serve both needs. If R2 is higher than recommended. the involved risk will be that the voltage at pin 22 may rise to above the 1.
97 15.80 0.70 0.157 0.731 0.503 0.079 0.90 mm TYP.80 0.074 0. 4.618 0.07 18.00 4.70 3. 4.019 MAX.173 5° (Typ.014 0.90 7.) Flexiwatt25 (1): dam-bar protusion not included (2): molding protusion included V3 H3 O H H1 H2 R3 R4 V1 A L4 L2 N R2 R L L1 L3 V1 V2 D R1 R1 E G V G1 F M B M1 R2 L5 R1 C V FLEX25ME 8/9 .75 0.39 1.016 0.) 20° (Typ.80 23.00 24.20 2 1.869 0.086 0.049 0.TDA7386 DIM.313 0.153 OUTLINE AND MECHANICAL DATA 22.25 29.762 0.00 2.57 1. 0.197 0.183 0.75 28.015 0.175 0.955 1.935 1.23 17.70 3.067 0.035 0.029 0.70 7.87 19.57 15. 0.047 0. A B C D E F (1) G G1 H (2) H1 H2 H3 L (2) L1 L2 (2) L3 L4 L5 M M1 N O R R1 R2 R3 R4 V V1 V2 V3 MIN.303 0.145 0.031 0.669 0.3 1.022 0.90 0.138 0.00 12.45 1.60 22.37 15.85 5 3.138 inch TYP.95 4.00 29.30 4.031 0.309 0.5 0.30 MIN.169 0.40 0. 0.610 0.20 24.12 0.90 1.904 0.25 0.884 0.42 0.50 MAX.50 1.945 1.05 0.177 0.00 1.5 4.50 7.070 0.37 0.626 0.041 0.65 2.) 3° (Typ.157 0.80 22.40 0.142 0.079 0.) 45° (Typ.02 0.47 18.150 0. 4.040 0.055 0.747 0.
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