TPA3131D2EVM for 7W Class-D Speaker Amplifier

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Description

The TPA3131D2EVM is a stereo analog input, Class-D speaker amplifier IC for driving speakers with output power of 2x7W into 8Ω. TPA3131D2 operates heat sink-free with cooling to the PCB through the PowerPAD™ package. The TPA3131 has an advanced oscillator/PLL circuit which employs a multiple switching frequency option to avoid AM interference. A Master/Slave option makes it possible to synchronize multiple devices. The TPA3131D2 is fully protected against faults with short-circuit protection and thermal protection as well as over-voltage, under-voltage and DC protection

Features
  • 7W output into a 8 Ohm load at 7.4V and 10% THD+N
  • Low shutdown current 32uA
  • Wide voltage range 4.5V – 26V
  • Multiple switching frequencies
  • Stereo and Mono modes


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    TPA3131D2EVM:
    TPA3131D2EVM for 7W Class D Speaker Amplifier IC

    $149.00(USD)




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    PDF 1373 07 Nov 2013
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    PDF 5930 26 Jun 2013 188

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    Part Number Name Product Family
    TPA3131D2  7W Filter-Free Class-D Stereo Amplifier In Space Saving QFN  Speaker Amplifier and Modulator 
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