|Package | PIN:||DDV | 44|
|Temp:||C (0 to 70)|
- 2×20 W at 10% THD+N Into 8- BTL
- >100-dB SNR (A-Weighted)
- <0.1% THD+N at 1 W
- Thermally Enhanced Package:
- DDV (44-pin HTSSOP)
- High-Efficiency Power Stage (>90%) With 140-m Output MOSFETs
- Power-On Reset for Protection on Power Up Without Any Power-Supply Sequencing
- Integrated Self-Protection Circuits Including Undervoltage, Overtemperature, Overload, Short Circuit
- PWM Activity Detector to detect stopped PWM inputs and protect the system
- Error Reporting
- EMI Compliant When Used With Recommended System Design
- Intelligent Gate Drive
- Pin Compatible With the TAS5142DDV
- Mini/Micro Audio Systems
- DVD Receivers
- Home Theaters
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Texas Instruments TAS5132DDV
The TAS5132 is an integrated stereo digital amplifier power stage with an advanced protection system. The TAS5132 is capable of driving a 6- bridge-tied load (BTL) at up to 25 W per channel with low integrated noise at the output, low THD+N performance, and low idle power dissipation.
A low-cost, high-fidelity audio system can be built using a TI chipset, comprising a modulator (e.g., TAS5086) and the TAS5132. This system only requires a simple passive LC demodulation filter to deliver high-quality, high-efficiency audio amplification with proven EMI compliance. This device requires two power supplies, at 12 V for GVDD and VDD, and at 18 V for PVDD. The TAS5132 does not require power-up sequencing due to internal power-on reset. The efficiency of this digital amplifier is greater than 90% into 8 , which enables the use of smaller power supplies and heatsinks.
The TAS5132 has an innovative protection system integrated on chip, safeguarding the device against a wide range of fault conditions that could damage the system. These safeguards are short-circuit protection, overcurrent protection, undervoltage protection, and overtemperature protection. The TAS5132 has a new proprietary current-limiting circuit that reduces the possibility of device shutdown during high-level music transients.