The TAS6424-Q1 device is a Four-channel digital-input Class-D audio amplifier that implements a 2.1 MHz PWM switching frequency that enables a cost-optimized solution in a very small PCB size, full operation down to 4.5 V for start/stop events, and exceptional sound quality with up to 40 kHz audio bandwidth
The TAS6424-Q1 Class-D audio amplifier is designed for use in automotive head units and external amplifier modules. The device provides four channels at 27 W into 4 Ω at 10% THD+N and 45 W into 2 Ω at 10% THD+N from a 14.4-V supply and 75 W into 4 Ω at 10% THD+N from a 25-V supply. The Class-D topology dramatically improves efficiency over traditional linear amplifier solutions. The output switching frequency can be set either above the AM band, which eliminates the AM-band interference and reduces output filter size and cost, or below AM band to optimize efficiency.
For a pin compatible two-channel amplifier, see the TAS6422-Q1
The device is offered in a 56-pin HSSOP PowerPAD package with the exposed thermal pad up.
$8.56 - $12.46
The TPS543C20 employs an internally compensated emulated peak-current-mode control, with a clock synchronizable, fixed-frequency modulator for EMI-sensitive POL. The internal integrator and directly amplifying ramp tracking loop eliminate the need for external compensation over a wide range of frequencies thereby making the system design flexible, dense, and simple. Optional API and body braking help improve transient performance by significantly reducing undershoot and overshoot, respectively. Integrated NexFET MOSFETs with low-loss switching facilitate high efficiency and deliver up to 40 A in a 5-mm × 7-mm PowerStack™ package with a layout friendly thermal pad. Two TPS543C20 devices can be stacked together to provide up to 80-A point-of-load.
$0.00 - $12.14
Published 30 Sep 2017