TDA7297

®

15+15W DUAL BRIDGE AMPLIFIER
WIDE SUPPLY VOLTAGE RANGE (6V -18V)
MINIMUM EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
– NO SWR CAPACITOR
– NO BOOTSTRAP
– NO BOUCHEROT CELLS
– INTERNALLY FIXED GAIN
STAND-BY & MUTE FUNCTIONS
SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION
THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION

TECHNOLOGY BI20II

Multiwatt 15
ORDERING NUMBER: TDA7297

DESCRIPTION
The TDA7297 is a dual bridge amplifier specially
designed for TV and Portable Radio applications.

BLOCK AND APPLICATION DIAGRAM
VCC
470µF
3

0.22µF

4

IN1

+

100nF

13
1

OUT1+

2

OUT1-

15

OUT2+

14

OUT2-

ST-BY

7

S-GND

0.22µF
IN2

9

Vref

12

+
+
-

MUTE

6

PW-GND

8

+
D94AU175B

July 2002

1/9

18 65 120 0. 2 °C/W PIN CONNECTION (Top view) 15 OUT2+ 14 OUT2- 13 VCC 12 IN2 11 N.C.5 Unit V mA mV W % % dB dB dB °C dB dB KΩ . 50 13 40 46 60 15 0. 9 S-GND 8 PW-GND 7 ST-BY 6 MUTE 5 N. f = 1kHz.TDA7297 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Symbol Parameter Value Unit V VS Supply Voltage 20 IO Output Peak Current (internally limited) 2 A Ptot Total Power Dissipation (Tcase = 70°C) 33 W Top Operating Temperature 0 to 70 °C -40 to +150 °C Value Unit Tstg.C. 6. 10 N. RL = 8Ω.) Symbol VCC Iq VOS PO THD Parameter Supply Range Total Quiescent Current Output Offset Voltage Output Power Total Harmonic Distortion SVR CT AMUTE TW GV ∆Gv Ri Supply Voltage Rejection Crosstalk Mute Attenuation Thermal Threshold Closed Loop Voltage Gain Voltage Gain Matching Input Resistance 2/9 Test Condition Min. Tj Storage and Junction Temperature THERMAL DATA Symbol Rth j-case Description Thermal Resistance Junction to case Typ. Tamb = 25°C unless otherwise specified.1 31 56 60 80 150 32 25 30 Max.1W to 5W f = 100Hz to 15kHz f = 100Hz VR = 0. 4 IN1 3 VCC 2 OUT1- 1 OUT1+ D95AU261 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (VCC = 16. 1.5V.3 1 33 0.5V Typ.4 Max.5 RL = ∞ THD = 10% PO = 1W PO = 0.C.

1 and 2). The external RC network is intended to turn-on slowly the biasing circuits of Typ. 2.9 1. C5) start to charge. it is necessary to guarantee the right St-by and mute signals sequence.TDA7297 ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Continued) Symbol VTMUTE VTST-BY IST-BY eN Parameter Mute Threshold St-by Threshold ST-BY current V6 = GND Total Output Noise Voltage Test Condition VO = -30dB Min. It’s necessary to mantain the mute signal low until the capacitors are fully charged. At first St-by signal (from mP) goes high and the voltage across the St-by terminal (Pin 7) starts to increase exponentially.22µF IN1 3 4 + 1 C5 470µF OUT1+ 2 OUT1- 15 OUT2+ 14 OUT2- 13 C6 100nF - ST-BY R1 10K 7 C2 10µF S-GND µP 9 Vref C3 0. this to avoid that the device goes in play mode causing a loud "Pop Noise" on the speakers. 2.3 150 220 Max. A delay of 100-200ms between St-by and mute signals is suitable for a proper operation.8 A curve f = 20Hz to 20kHz APPLICATION SUGGESTION STAND-BY AND MUTE FUNCTIONS (A) Microprocessor Application In order to avoid annoying "Pop-Noise" during Turn-On/Off transients. the amplifier is switched-on and the external capacitors in series to the input terminals (C3. 4.3 0. this to avoid "POP" and "CLICK" on the outputs.1 1. Figure 1: Microprocessor Application VCC C1 0. It is quite simple to obtain this function using a microprocessor (Fig. When this voltage reaches the St-by threshold level.8 100 500 Unit V V µA µV µV the amplifier.22µF IN2 MUTE R2 10K 12 + + - 6 C4 1µF PW-GND 8 + D95AU258A 3/9 .

the suggested circuit is shown in fig.3 0. The St-by and mute terminals are tied together and they are connected to the supply line via an 4/9 MUTE ST-BY OFF D96AU259 external voltage divider. avoiding "Popping" problems.9 2. . +VS(V) +18 VIN (mV) VST-BY pin 7 1. The device is switched-on/off from the supply line and the external capacitor C4 is intended to delay the St-by and mute threshold exceeding.TDA7297 Figure 2: Microprocessor Driving Signals.8 VMUTE pin 6 4.3.1 2.3 Iq (mA) VOUT (V) OFF ST-BY PLAY MUTE (B) Low Cost Application In low cost applications where the mP is not present.8 1.

1). VCC Vs C3 0.22µF 12 IN2 + + - MUTE PW-GND 6 8 + D95AU260B Figure 3b: PCB and Component Layout of the Application Circuit (Fig. 5/9 .22µF R1 47K + IN1 ST-BY R2 47K 3 4 1 C1 470µF OUT1+ 2 OUT1- 15 OUT2+ 14 OUT2- 13 C2 100nF 7 C4 10µF S-GND 9 Vref C5 0.TDA7297 Figure 3: Stand-alone Low-cost Application.

00 0 0.00 0 0 1 1 .00 00 0 0.00 0 0 0 .0 00 7.00 16.010 100 -4 .5 V R l = 8 ohm P ou t = 1W 2 .5V R l = 8 ohm 1 1 f = 15K H z f = 15KH z f = 5K H z f = 5K H z 0.00 14.0 00 Rl = 8 ohm f = 1K H z µ 10 12 .0 00 8.0 00 10.00 12.00 0 -3 .1 1 10 P ou t (W ) P out (W ) Figure 7: Frequency Respone Figure 6: Distortion vs Frequency L evel(d B r) T H D (% ) 10 5 .00 18.010 0.00 15 .00 00 2 2.00 0 0 V cc = 16.0 00 14 .00 11 .010 0.1 f = 1K H z f = 1K H z 0.1 -2 .1 1 10 20 0.0 P o ut = 100m W -1 .TDA7297 Figure 4: Distortion vs Output Power Figure 5: Distortion vs Output Power TH D(%) T H D (% ) 10 10 V cc = 12 V R l = 8 o hm Vcc = 16.00 13.0 00 8 10 .00 0 1k 10k 20k 10 100 1k 10k 100k freq uency (H z) freq uen cy (H z) Figure 8: Output Power vs Supply Voltage Figure 9: Total Power Dissipation & Efficiency vs Output Power P o(W ) Ptot(W) 20 .0 6.0 00 14 16 .00 0 -5 .00 0 0 4 .0 00 16 µ(%) 18 .1 0.00 00 P tot 12 d = 10 % Vcc = 16.0 00 8.00 V s(V ) 6/9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 2XPout(W) 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 .00 00 d = 1% 4 4.5V Rl = 8ohm (both channels) f = 1KHz 6 6.00 0 P o ut = 5W 0.0 00 9.00 17 .00 0 0 3 .5V R l = 8 o hm V c c = 1 6 .

8 1 1.4 1.7 (V) Figure 12: Quiscent Current vs.6 1.5 4 4.6(V) Attenuation (dB) 0 0.2 2.2 1. V pin.5 3 3.4 0.TDA7297 Figure 10: Mute Attenuation vs.5 5 Vpin.8 2 2. Supply Voltage Iq (mA) 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Vsupply(V) 7/9 .7 Attenuation (dB) 10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60 -70 -80 -90 -100 -110 -120 10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60 -70 -80 -90 -100 1 1.2 0.6 0.5 2 2.6 Figure 11: Stand-By Attenuation vs Vpin.4 Vpin.

710 H1 19. MAX.65 3.65 2.03 0.25 4.197 B 2.699 L4 10.429 L7 2.63 5.75 0.5 0.039 E 0.886 L2 17.02 1.114 0.040 0.6 D 0.52 0.1 0.019 0.6 0.55 4.191 M1 4. MIN.9 2. inch MAX. A 5 0.030 G 1.104 C 1.49 0.179 0. MIN.063 1 0.TDA7297 mm DIM.870 0.144 0.9 22.53 17.690 0.85 0.200 0.3 10.689 0.182 0.026 0.7 22.421 0.5 0.7 10.102 Dia1 3.862 0.27 1.9 0. TYP.6 0.25 17.050 0.152 8/9 OUTLINE AND MECHANICAL DATA 0.167 0.1 22.104 M 4.2 0.75 0.713 0.9 2.679 0.406 0.66 0.700 0.65 18.075 S1 1.9 0.85 0.886 L1 21.854 0.772 H2 L 20.075 0.2 22.060 G1 17.78 18. TYP.55 0.5 17.795 21.102 Multiwatt15 V .65 0.08 5.022 F 0.874 0.218 S 1.695 L3 17.53 0.6 0.

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