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UNISONIC TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD TDA2030
14W HI-FI AUDIO AMPLIFIER
DESCRIPTION
The UTC TDA2030 is a monolithic audio power amplifier integrated circuit.

LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT

FEATURES
* Very low external component required. * High current output and high operating voltage. * Low harmonic and crossover distortion. * Built-in Over temperature protection. * Short circuit protection between all pins. * Safety Operating Area for output transistors.

*Pb-free plating product number: TDA2030L

ORDERING INFORMATION
Ordering Number Normal Lead Free Plating TDA2030-TA5-T TDA2030L-TA5-T TDA2030-TB5-T TDA2030L-TB5-T Package TO-220-5 TO-220B Packing Tube Tube

PIN CONFIGURATION
PIN NO. 1 2 3 4 5 PIN NAME Non inverting input Inverting input -VS Output +VS

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TDA2030
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Ta=25°C)

LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT

PARAMETER SYMBOL RATINGS UNIT 18 Supply Voltage Vs V Input Voltage VIN Vs V 15 Differential Input Voltage VI(DIFF) V Peak Output Current(internally limited) IOUT 3.5 A Total Power Dissipation at Tc=90°C PD 20 W Junction Temperature TJ -40~+150 °C Storage Temperature TSTG -40~+150 °C Note: Absolute maximum ratings are those values beyond which the device could be permanently damaged. Absolute maximum ratings are stress ratings only and functional device operation is not implied.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Refer to the test circuit, Vs
PARAMETER Supply Voltage Quiescent Drain Current Input Bias Current Input Offset Voltage Input Offset Current Power Bandwidth SYMBOL TEST CONDITIONS Vs IQ II(BIAS) Vs 18v VI(OFF) II(OFF) BW POUT=12W, RL=4Ω, Gv=30dB d=0.5%, Gv=30dB RL=4Ω f=40Hz to 15KHz RL=8Ω POUT d=10%, Gv=30dB RL=4Ω f=1KHz RL=8Ω Gvo Gvc f=1kHz POUT=0.1 to 12W, RL=4Ω f=40Hz to 15KHz, Gv=30dB THD POUT=0.1 to 8W, RL=8Ω f=40Hz to 15KHz,…...

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