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TDA4850 Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors
Product specification Supersedes data of September 1991 File under Integrated Circuits, IC02 1997 Jun 05

Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors
FEATURES • VGA operation fully implemented including alignment-free vertical and E/W amplitude pre-settings • 4th VGA mode easy applicable (XGA, Super VGA) • Multi-frequency operation externally selectable • All adjustments DC-controllable • Alignment-free oscillators • Sync separators for video or horizontal and vertical TTL sync levels regardless of polarity • Horizontal oscillator with PLL1 for sync and PLL2 for flyback • Constant vertical and E/W amplitude in multi-frequency operation • DC-coupling to vertical power amplifier (TDA486X or TDA8351) • Internal supply voltage stabilization with excellent ripple rejection to ensure stable geometrical adjustments. QUICK REFERENCE DATA SYMBOL VP IP Vi sync supply voltage (pin 1) supply current PARAMETER − MIN. 9.2 TYP. 12 40 1 120 − 1.4 − 1.4 1 − − − − − − 1.6 − 1.6 − 60 70 GENERAL DESCRIPTION

TDA4850

The TDA4850 provides economical solutions in VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors. The IC incorporates the complete horizontal and vertical small signal processing. VGA-dependent mode detection and settings are performed on chip. In conjunction with TDA486X or TDA8351 (vertical output circuits) both ICs offer an extremely advanced system solution.

MAX. 16 V

UNIT mA V mV V V V V mA mA °C

AC-coupled composite video signal with negative-going sync − (peak-to-peak value; pin 9) sync slicing level DC-coupled TTL-compatible horizontal sync signal (peak value; pin 9) slicing level DC-coupled TTL-compatible vertical sync signal (peak value; pin 10) slicing level − 1.7 1.2 1.7 1.2 − − 0

Io V Io H Tamb

vertical differential output current (peak-to-peak value; pins 5 and 6) horizontal sink output current on pin 3 operating ambient temperature

ORDERING INFORMATION TYPE NUMBER TDA4850 PACKAGE NAME DIP20 DESCRIPTION plastic dual in-line package; 20 leads (300 mil) VERSION SOT146-1

1997 Jun 05

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2 to 16 V) +VB 4 BLOCK DIAGRAM Philips Semiconductors vertical sync (TTL level) 10 VERTICAL SYNC SEPARATOR + Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors 3 TDA4850 H supply AUTOMATIC POLARITY CORRECTION PLL1 HORIZONTAL OSCILLATOR 17 18 19 CHOS RHOS horizontal flyback PLL2 2 20 4th mode 7 VGA MODE DETECTOR AND OUTPUT VGA/MULTIFREQUENCY SWITCH H+V CLAMPING AND BLANKING GENERATOR SUPPLY AND REFERENCE VOLTAGE mode detector disable DC-coupled (TTL level) 9 HORIZONTAL SYNC SEPARATOR (TTL VIDEO SYNC) HORIZONTAL OUTPUT 3 horizontal drive AC-coupled (video) MEH165 Product specification TDA4850 Fig.1 Block diagram. full pagewidth 1997 Jun 05 clamping/ blanking pulse vertical amplitude differential vertical output RVOS 8 E/W drive 15 16 12 13 5 6 CVOS CVA AUTOMATIC POLARITY CORRECTION PARABOLA ADJUSTMENT AND OUTPUT 11 14 VERTICAL SYNC INTEGRATOR VERTICAL OSCILLATOR AMPLITUDE CONTROL VERTICAL AMPLITUDE ADJUSTMENT AND OUTPUT parabola amplitude V supply 1 VP (9. .handbook.

negative-going sawtooth vertical output 2.2 Pin configuration. 1997 Jun 05 4 .Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors PINNING SYMBOL VP FLB HOR GND VERT1 VERT2 MODE CLBL HVS VS EW CVA RVA REW RVOS CVOS PLL1 RHOS CHOS PLL2 PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DESCRIPTION positive supply voltage horizontal flyback input horizontal output ground (0 V) vertical output 1. halfpage VP 1 FLB 2 HOR 3 GND 4 VERT1 5 20 PLL2 19 CHOS 18 RHOS 17 PLL1 16 CVOS TDA4850 VERT2 6 MODE 7 CLBL 8 HVS 9 VS 10 15 RVOS 14 REW 13 RVA 12 CVA 11 EW E/W amplitude adjustment input (parabola) vertical oscillator resistor vertical oscillator capacitor PLL1 phase horizontal oscillator resistor horizontal oscillator capacitor PLL2 phase Fig. positive-going sawtooth 4th mode output and mode detector disable input clamping/blanking pulse output horizontal sync/video input vertical sync input E/W output (parabola to driver stage) capacitor for amplitude control vertical amplitude adjustment input MEH168 TDA4850 handbook.

generates this pulse. Therefore. Video signals are clamped with top sync on 1.4 V.28 V. PLL1 phase detector The phase detector is a standard one using switched current sources. The polarity of the separated sync is detected by internal integration of the signal. and are sliced at 1. The PLL filter is connected to pin 17. In all three VGA modes the correct amplitudes are activated. or the vertical blanking pulse from the internal vertical oscillator. PLL2 phase detector This phase detector is similar to the PLL1 phase detector. The middle of the sync is compared with a fixed point of the oscillator sawtooth voltage. Delays in the horizontal deflection circuit are compensated by adjusting the phase relationship between horizontal sync and horizontal output pulses. then the polarity is corrected. The ϕ1 control voltage from pin 17 is fed via a buffer amplifier and an attenuator to the current reference pin 18 to achieve a high DC loop gain. however with the clamping circuit in current limitation. VGA mode detector and mode output The three standard VGA modes and a 4th not fixed mode are decoded by the polarities of the horizontal and the vertical sync input signals. By this. Vertical sync separator. The polarity of the separated sync is detected by internal integration. 1997 Jun 05 5 . This results in a fixed absolute slicing level of 120 mV related to top sync. The presence of the 4th mode is indicated by HIGH on pin 7. The separated Vi(sync) signal from pin 10. Clamping and blanking generator TDA4850 A combined clamping and blanking pulse is available on pin 8 (suitable for the video preamplifier TDA4880). polarity correction and vertical sync integrator DC-coupled vertical TTL sync signals may be applied to pin 10. The delay time between vertical trigger pulse and the start of vertical deflection changes from 575 to 300 µs (575 µs is needed for VGA). which is triggered by the trailing edge of the horizontal sync pulse. The polarity information is fed to the VGA mode detector.4 V. A mono flop. Line flyback signals (pin 2) are compared with a fixed point of the oscillator sawtooth voltage.4 V. Its frequency is determined mainly by the capacitor on pin 19. then polarity is corrected. changes in frequency will not affect the phase relationship between horizontal sync pulses and line flyback pulses. an optimum blanking is achieved for VGA/XGA as well as for multi-frequency operation (selectable via pin 7).Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION Horizontal sync separator and polarity correction An AC-coupled video signal or a DC-coupled TTL sync signal (H only or composite sync) is input on pin 9. Vertical blanking equals to the delay between vertical sync and start of vertical scan. The vertical amplitude then remains constant in a frequency range from 50 to 110 Hz. VGA mode detector input For multi-frequency operation the voltage on pin 7 must be externally forced to a level of <50 mV. The corrected sync is input signal for the vertical sync integrator and the PLL1 stage. This signal can be used externally to switch any horizontal or vertical parameters. The polarity information is fed to the VGA mode detector. The lower level of 2. Vertical amplitude pre-settings for VGA are then inhibited. An external resistor (from VP to pin 7) is necessary to match this function.1 V can be the blanking signal derived from line flyback. Horizontal oscillator This oscillator is a relaxation type oscillator. DC-coupled TTL sync signals are also sliced at 1. A certain amount of phase adjustments is possible by injecting a DC current from an external source into the PLL2 filter capacitor on pin 20.9 V is the horizontal clamping pulse with internally fixed pulse width of 1 µs. The upper level of 3. They are sliced at 1. If pin 10 is not used. or the integrated composite sync signal from pin 9 (TTL or video) triggers directly the vertical oscillator. it must be connected to ground. A frequency range of one octave is achieved by the current on pin 18.

the oscillator frequency must be determined only by CVOS on pin 16. The free-running frequency fo is determined by the values of RVOS and CVOS. The vertical drive currents I5 and I6 are in relation to the value of RVOS.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors Horizontal driver This open-collector output stage (pin 3) can directly drive an external driver transistor.8 × R VOS × C VOS Table 2 MODE 1 2 3 4 VGA modes HORIZONTAL/VERTICAL SYNC POLARITY +/− −/+ −/− +/+ HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY (kHz) 31. To protect the line deflection transistor.19 MODE OUTPUT PIN 7 LOW LOW LOW HIGH 1997 Jun 05 6 . Therefore. The contributions shown in Table 1 can be assumed.1 µF) Total % 10 ±3 ±1 ±5 19 50 Hz Result for 50 to 110 Hz application: f o = -------------. 1 f o = --------------------------------------------------10. The saturation voltage is 300 mV at 20 mA. the horizontal output stage does not conduct at VP < 6. The recommended values should be altered marginally only to preserve the excellent linearity and noise performance.4 V (pin 1).= 42 Hz 1. Vertical oscillator and amplitude control This stage is designed for fast stabilization of the vertical amplitude after changes in sync conditions.45 31. Table 1 Calculation of fo total spread CONTRIBUTING ELEMENTS Minimum frequency offset between fo and the lowest trigger frequency Spread of IC Spread of R (22 kΩ) Spread of C (0.45 31.45 fixed by external circuitry VERTICAL FREQUENCY (Hz) 70 70 60 − NUMBER OF ACTIVE LINES 350 400 480 − TDA4850 To achieve a stabilized amplitude the free-running frequency fo (without adjustment) must be lower than the lowest occurring sync frequency.

−0.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors LIMITING VALUES In accordance with the Absolute Maximum Rating System (IEC 134). THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS SYMBOL Rth(j-a) PARAMETER thermal resistance from junction to ambient CONDITIONS in free air PARAMETER supply voltage (pin 1) voltage on pins 3 and 7 voltage on pin 8 voltage on pins 5. 13.5 −0. SYMBOL VP V3.5 −0.7 V8 Vn I2 I3 I7 I8 Tamb Tj Tstg Vesd Note 1. 9.5 −0. 14 and 18 current on pin 2 current on pin 3 current on pin 7 current on pin 8 operating ambient temperature junction temperature storage temperature electrostatic handling for all pins note 1 CONDITIONS MIN.5 ±10 100 20 −10 70 150 +150 ±300 V V V V UNIT mA mA mA mA °C °C °C V VALUE 65 UNIT K/W 1997 Jun 05 7 . Equivalent to discharging a 200 pF capacitor through a 0 Ω series resistor. 10. +16 +16 +7 +6.5 − − − − 0 − −55 − TDA4850 MAX. 6.

4 − − − − − 1.8 − 1.5 V Automatic horizontal polarity switch (H-sync on pin 9) tp H/tH tp Vi sync I10 tp V horizontal sync pulse width related to tH (duty cycle for automatic polarity correction) delay time for changing sync polarity − 0. pin 10) slicing level input current maximum vertical sync pulse width for automatic vertical polarity switch 0 < V10 < 5.4 − − 30 1.4 13 mV V mV kΩ Ω µA µs Horizontal sync input (DC-coupled.0 − 60 25 9. TDA4850 MAX.7 1.3 − − − 1. V10 = 5 V) Vi sync sync amplitude of video input signal (pin 9) top sync clamping level slicing level above top sync level RS r9 I9 tint allowed source resistance for 7% duty cycle Vi sync > 200 mV differential input resistance charging current of coupling capacitor vertical sync integration time to generate sync pulse during sync V9 > 1. pin 9) slicing level minimum pulse width rise time and fall time input current V9 = 0. UNIT 16 − V mA Internal reference voltage internal reference voltage temperature coefficient power supply ripple rejection supply voltage (pin 1) to ensure all internal reference voltages Tamb = 20 to 100 °C f = 1 kHz sine wave f = 1 MHz sine wave 6.5 V 1.2 − − V V µA µs 1997 Jun 05 8 .2 700 10 − − − 1.5 ±90 − − 16 V 10−6/K dB dB V Composite sync input (AC-coupled.8 V V9 = 5.6 10 − 1. measurements taken in Fig.32 120 − 80 2. TTL-compatible. Tamb = 25 °C.6 ±10 300 % ms 1. TTL-compatible) Vi sync tp tr. TYP.7 1.2 6.5 V sync on green.5 − 3.25 − 75 35 − 6.7 7 300 1.6. RS = 50 Ω − 1.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors CHARACTERISTICS VP = 12 V.5 150 1.6 − 500 −200 10 V V ns ns µA µA Vertical sync input (DC-coupled. V-sync on pin 10) sync input signal (peak value. unless otherwise specified.2 − 12 40 PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN. tf I9 sync input signal (peak value.1 90 − − 1. SYMBOL Supply VP IP Vref TC PSRR VP supply voltage (pin 1) supply current 9.

5 − 3.8 V td/tH V20 I20 ∆t/tH delay between middle of sync and middle of H-flyback related to tH upper control voltage limitation lower control voltage limitation control current PLL2 control range related to tH −0. V8 < 0. V8 > 1. 2 and 3) output voltage HIGH I7 load current to force VGA mode-dependent vertical and parabola amplitudes output current VGA/multi-frequency mode switch V7 input voltage LOW to force multi-frequency mode 0 − 50 mV I7 = 6 mA mode 4 modes 1. − − 2 − TYP.0 ±150 ±7.275 − − 0 0.2 − − − − − kHz % 10−6/K % kΩ V mV − − − 5.75 3. C19 = 2. see Fig.45 − − ±6.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors SYMBOL PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN.3 R18 = 12 kΩ (pin 18).2 nF (pin 19) Horizontal oscillator centre frequency deviation of centre frequency temperature coefficient relative holding/catching range external oscillator resistor voltage at reference current input (pin 18) control voltage PLL1 and PLL2 locked. TDA4850 MAX. UNIT Horizontal mode detector output (VGA mode) V7 output saturation voltage LOW (for modes 1.6 1.33 VP 6 − V V mA mA Horizontal comparator PLL1 V17 I17 fosc ∆fosc TC ϕH/tH R18 V18 ∆V18 V2 upper control voltage limitation lower control voltage limitation control current see Fig.0 1.3 18 − − − − − − −0.5 − − − − − 30 31. 2 and 3 mode 4 0.25 V − − − ±6 9 − − − − − H-scan.2 4.9 V H-flyback.6 ±200 − V V V mA mA % V V µA % 1997 Jun 05 9 .5 −0.125 ±205 − ±3.2 ±300 − − − V V µA Horizontal PLL2.0 − − 3.3 upper clamping level of flyback input lower clamping level of flyback input H-flyback slicing level I2 input current I2 = 6 mA I2 = −1 mA 5. Vref = 6.

− − 42 horizontal output off horizontal output on − − − 1.6 − 2.3 0. C16 = 0. activated by an external resistor on pin 7 in multi-frequency mode I12 C12 Io control current for amplitude control capacitor for amplitude control 40 50 2.9 − − 1.3 110 3.0 − − 1.5 1. R15 = 22 kΩ Io = 1 mA 575 300 ±200 − TYP.3 V8 output voltage LOW blanking output voltage clamping output voltage I8 t8 tclp S internal sink current for all output levels clamping pulse start clamping pulse width steepness of rise and fall times H and V scanning internal V blanking external H blanking H-sync on pin 9 H and V scanning 0.0 40 TDA4850 MAX. see Fig.33 µs µs µA µF Vertical differential output.3 3.3 0.1 2.5 mA % % 1997 Jun 05 10 .8 − R15 = 22 kΩ.8 1. UNIT Horizontal output (open-collector).3 5.1 3.0 43.25 V) fo fV V15 td vertical free-running frequency nominal vertical sync range voltage on pin 15 delay between sync pulse and start of vertical scan in VGA/XGA mode.2 Hz Hz V 650 360 − 0.4 differential output current between pins 5 and 6 (peak-to-peak value) maximum offset current error maximum linearity error 0. − − 45 5.4 4.9 2.8 3.5 ±1.8 48 − − V V % V V Horizontal clamping/blanking generator output. see Fig.9 1.1 µF no fo adjustment R15 = 22 kΩ measured on pin 8 500 V7 < 50 mV 240 − − mode 3. see Fig.1 ±2.4 2. I13 > −135 µA.9 2.8 42 − 3.5 2.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors SYMBOL PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN.3 V3 tp/tH VP output voltage LOW tH duty cycle threshold to activate too low supply voltage protection I3 = 20 mA I3 = 60 mA 0.2 − V V V V mA µs ns/V with end of H-sync Vertical oscillator (Vref = 6.

1997 Jun 05 11 .5 102.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors SYMBOL PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN. see Fig.35 4.1 102.2 100 100 100 −110 − TYP.05 4. − −110 − 5.0 − − − 116. ∆Io/∆t relative to value of mode 3. − −135 − UNIT Vertical amplitude adjustment (in percent of output signal) V13 I13 input voltage adjustment current 5. Parabola amplitude tracks with mode-dependent vertical amplitude but not with vertical amplitude adjustment.4 V14 I14 input voltage (pin 14) adjustment current 100% parabola typically 28% parabola Notes to the Characteristics 1.6 250 − −135 − V V 10−6/K V µA µA 2. note 2 V11 bottom output signal during mid-scan (pin 11) top output signal during flyback TC temperature coefficient of output signal E/W amplitude adjustment (parabola).0 −120 0 internally stabilized 1. − Io max (100%) Io min (typically 58%) ∆Io/∆t VGA mode-dependent pre-settings activated by an external resistor on pin 7 mode 1 mode 2 mode 3 mode 4 multi-frequency operation (VGA operation V7 < 50 mV disabled) E/W output.5 − − − % % % % % 1.35 − note 1.2 4. see Table 2 116. TDA4850 MAX.8 102.1 − 1. Tracking can be achieved by a resistor from vertical amplitude potentiometer to pin 14.0 −120 0 V µA µA 117.

9 V 1 µs clamping pulse clamping and blanking pulses on pin 8 PLL2 control range (minimum 30%) 2.6 V 39.6 V sawtooth of horizontal oscillator 42. 1997 Jun 05 12 .5% 1.5% control current of PLL1 85% line flyback pulse on pin 2 current control of PLL2 3.3 Horizontal timing diagram. full pagewidth H-sync (VGA) 15% 4.7 V horizontal output pulse with 45% duty cycle MEH170 Fig.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors TDA4850 handbook.1 V H + V blanking pulse 0.

Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors TDA4850 handbook.4 Vertical and E/W timing diagram.5 ms (50 to 110 Hz) MHA711 1. Fig..5 V E/W parabola on pin 11 100 µs 150 µs 50 µs(1) 325 µs 19...2 V (1) In multi-frequency mode. 1997 Jun 05 13 .0 V(2) 3.... (2) For free-running oscillator..8 V sawtooth voltage on pin 16 1..7 V amplitude control pulse vertical blanking pulse on pin 8 550 µA on pin 6 differential output currents 50 µA on pin 5 4...4 V internal timing pulse V trigger pulse trigger inhibit window .. 2..4 to 8.. full pagewidth 4..... .1 V 0..

1 V 300 µA Vref 1.4 V 4V Vref 7. 9 and 10 Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors 14 TDA4850 3.9 V Vref 7 × VBE blanking 2.5 Internal circuit.3 V Vref 7 6 5 4 3 2 HVS CLBL MODE VERT2 VERT1 GND HOR FLB VP dbook.28 V 7.3 V 1.3 V Philips Semiconductors 10 7.3 V 9 7. .4 V pin 2 kΩ all inputs and outputs protected in this way except pins 2.2 V 5V 5V 1.6 mA 11 CVA RVA REW 12 13 14 15 RVOS 16 CVOS 17 PLL1 18 RHOS 19 CHOS 20 MEH258 EW PLL2 Product specification TDA4850 Fig.3 V INTERNAL CIRCUITRY 2 kΩ 80 Ω 1.3 V 3V 1 kΩ 2× 7. full pagewidth 1997 Jun 05 + 1 Vref Vref 1.VS 8 Vref clamping 3.4 mA 200 µA + + Vref Vref 30 kΩ 20 Ω 300 µA 260 µA Vref 200 µA 80 Ω 3V 1.1 V 1.4 V Vref 3 mA 5V 7.

7 kΩ H-output H-flyback 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TDA4850 11 12 13 39 kΩ 220 kΩ E/W output vertical amplitude 14 39 kΩ 220 kΩ parabola amplitude 15 16 0.2 nF 2.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors TEST AND APPLICATION INFORMATION TDA4850 handbook.22 µF 22 kΩ (1%) 22 kΩ 2. full pagewidth composite sync Vi sync horizontal TTL sync vertical TTL sync LOW mode detector disable HIGH 10 47 nF clamp/blank 4th pulses mode vertical differential output 47 nF VP = 9.2 to 16 V 2.6 Test and application circuit (measurements taken at VP = 12 V).1 µF (5%) 220 pF 17 18 12 kΩ (1%) 19 20 0. 1997 Jun 05 15 .2 nF MEH169 Fig.2 nF (2%) 2.

38 0.015 c 0.73 1.045 6.39 0.2 0.060 1. 4.12 ME 8.05 0.009 D (1) E (1) e 2.051 b1 0. OUTLINE VERSION SOT146-1 REFERENCES IEC JEDEC EIAJ SC603 EUROPEAN PROJECTION ISSUE DATE 92-11-17 95-05-24 1997 Jun 05 16 .25 7.17 A1 min.0 8.53 0. Plastic or metal protrusions of 0.30 0. 2.068 0.020 A2 max. 3.32 0.62 0.23 0.254 0.54 0.33 w 0. 20 leads (300 mil) TDA4850 SOT146-1 D seating plane ME A2 A L A1 c Z e b1 b 20 11 MH w M (e 1) pin 1 index E 1 10 0 5 scale 10 mm DIMENSIONS (inch dimensions are derived from the original mm dimensions) UNIT mm inches A max.3 0.92 26.60 3.24 Note 1.80 0.31 MH 10.021 0.36 0.014 0.54 1.14 0.13 b 1.40 6.30 L 3. 0.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors PACKAGE OUTLINE DIP20: plastic dual in-line package.22 0.25 mm maximum per side are not included.25 0.2 0.078 26.51 0.10 e1 7.01 Z (1) max.0 0.

but the temperature of the plastic body must not exceed the specified maximum storage temperature (Tstg max). LIFE SUPPORT APPLICATIONS These products are not designed for use in life support appliances. Soldering by dipping or by wave The maximum permissible temperature of the solder is 260 °C. wave soldering is not always suitable for surface mounted ICs. If the printed-circuit board has been pre-heated. This data sheet contains target or goal specifications for product development. solder at this temperature must not be in contact DEFINITIONS Data sheet status Objective specification Preliminary specification Product specification Limiting values TDA4850 with the joint for more than 5 seconds. The device may be mounted up to the seating plane. Stress above one or more of the limiting values may cause permanent damage to the device. The total contact time of successive solder waves must not exceed 5 seconds. In these situations reflow soldering is often used.Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors SOLDERING Introduction There is no soldering method that is ideal for all IC packages. or systems where malfunction of these products can reasonably be expected to result in personal injury. A more in-depth account of soldering ICs can be found in our “IC Package Databook” (order code 9398 652 90011). it is advisory and does not form part of the specification. These are stress ratings only and operation of the device at these or at any other conditions above those given in the Characteristics sections of the specification is not implied. contact may be up to 5 seconds. Limiting values given are in accordance with the Absolute Maximum Rating System (IEC 134). Application information Where application information is given. This text gives a very brief insight to a complex technology. devices. Wave soldering is often preferred when through-hole and surface mounted components are mixed on one printed-circuit board. Repairing soldered joints Apply a low voltage soldering iron (less than 24 V) to the lead(s) of the package. supplementary data may be published later. Philips customers using or selling these products for use in such applications do so at their own risk and agree to fully indemnify Philips for any damages resulting from such improper use or sale 1997 Jun 05 17 . below the seating plane or not more than 2 mm above it. If the bit temperature is between 300 and 400 °C. This data sheet contains final product specifications. forced cooling may be necessary immediately after soldering to keep the temperature within the permissible limit. or for printed-circuits with high population densities. Exposure to limiting values for extended periods may affect device reliability. This data sheet contains preliminary data. However. If the temperature of the soldering iron bit is less than 300 °C it may remain in contact for up to 10 seconds.

Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors NOTES TDA4850 1997 Jun 05 18 .

Philips Semiconductors Product specification Horizontal and vertical deflection controller for VGA/XGA and multi-frequency monitors NOTES TDA4850 1997 Jun 05 19 .

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