1W BTL Mono amplifier electronic kit using a TDA IC. Designed for battery- fed portable audio applications. Type, Through Hole. Operating Temperature, -. Supplier Device Package, 8- DIP. Package / Case, 8-DIP (“, mm). Base Part Number, TDA : TDA Amplifier Module 1W (kit): Computers & Accessories.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. It must be as close as possible across the power supply of the amplifier IC. Leonardo Rossi 80 8.
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The minimal voltage listed in the datasheet is 3 V, typical is 6 V and maximum is 18 V, so this looks a bit strange. The peaks seem to get distorted.
And here are the input and output waveforms Yellow waveform taken at pin 8, with reference to system ground:. That’s how a bridge output works.
TDA7052 NXP, Audio Amplifier, 8-Pin PDIP Mono
Guill 2, 4 5. Tdx7052 did you do with both outputs the circuit diagram doesn’t show? The nF has to be ceramic for a reason low ESR.
I should also mention that this is my first circuit on a breadboard, so it could be causing problems too. I’ll try with a PCB and a nF capacitor next.
I’m feeding in 12Vdc and the tea7052 is drawing around mA, which makes for 1.
TDA | TDA NXP, Audio Amplifier, 8-Pin PDIP Mono | RS Components
When I set input voltage to say mV, the output volume is really low, but there’s no interference. All of your parameters mA for bias current for tda7502 output seem normal and you stated it put out a clean sound, so I do not think anything is wrong-except for a missing heat sink. If the IC is getting hot, well it needs to be mounted to a heat sink. Now about my problems: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. It sounds like you have a perfectly good amplifier that is tda7025 missing a heat sink.
Tda752 up using Facebook. The speaker is quiet much more than in the radio I got the amplifier and speaker form and from time to time it seems as if the amplifier is clipping I’m not sure if that’s the right word. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.