TPA3129D2 2×30-w Class-D Amplifier With Low Idle Power Dissipation Evaluation Module

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The TPA3129D2EVM allows for the evaluation of the TPA3129D2. This is an efficient class D audio power amplifier for driving 2 bridged-tied stereo speakers at 30W per channel. The TPA3129D2 has low idle power loss and helps to extend the battery-life of Bluetooth/Wireless speaker and other battery powered audio system. The evaluation module is populated with only 1 TPA3129D2 device and operates from a single power supply from 4.5V to 26V.

The TPA3129D2 devices are fully protected against faults with short-circuit protection and thermal protection with an auto recovery feature. The TPA3129D2 device support Parallel BTL Mode and Mono-Channel Mode.

Features
  • Supports Multiple Output Configurations
    • 2 × 30 W Into a 8Ω- BTL Load at 24 V
    • 65W Into a 2Ω- PBTL Load at 18 V
  • Wide Voltage Range: 4.5 V to 26 V Efficient Class-D Operation
    • Up to 90% Power Efficiency Combined With Low Idle Loss
    • Adapative Modulation Schemes based on Output power
  • Supported with user's guide and easy-to-use EVM
  • 300-KHz to 1.2-MHz Switching Frequency AM Avoidance
  • Programmable Power Limit
  • 4 different Gain setting under Master or Slave mode


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TPA3129D2EVM:
TPA3129D2 2×30-w Class-D Amplifier With Low Idle Power Dissipation Evaluation Module

$99.00(USD)

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TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
TPA3129D2  2-Ch 15-W Differential Analog Input Class-D Amplifier With Low Idle Power Dissipation  Mid-Power Audio Amplifiers (10-50W) 

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