TDA2030A ST 18W Hi-Fi Amplifier – 35W Driver Data Sheet

Download Datasheet for STMicroelectronics TDA2030A 18 W Hi-Fi Amplifier and 35 W Driver [23 pages Doc ID 1459 Rev.2 2011 pdf/zip]

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Description

The TDA2030A is a monolithic IC in a Pentawatt package intended for use as a low-frequency class-AB amplifier.
With Vs max = 44 V it is particularly suited for more reliable applications without regulated supply and for 35 W driver circuits using low-cost complementary pairs.

DATASHEET CONTAINS:

DEVICE OVERVIEW
Figure 1. Typical application
Figure 2. Pin connections (top view) (PINOUT)
Figure 3. Test circuit
Table 2. Thermal data
Table 3. Absolute maximum ratings
Table 4. Electrical characteristics
Figure 4. Single supply amplifier (Schematic diagram)
Figure 5. Open loop-frequency response
Figure 6. Output power vs. supply voltage
Figure 7. Total harmonic distortion vs. output power (test using rise filters)
Figure 8. Two-tone CCIF intermodulation distortion
Figure 9. Large signal frequency response
Figure 10. Maximum allowable power dissipation vs. ambient temp.
Figure 11. Output power vs. supply voltage
Figure 12. Total harmonic distortion vs. output power
Figure 13. Output power vs. input level
Figure 14. Power dissipation vs. output power
Figure 15. Single-supply high-power amplifier (TDA2030A + BD907/BD908) Schematic diagram
Figure 16. PC board and component layout for the single-supply high-power amplifier
Table 5. Typical performance of the single-supply high-power amplifier
Figure 17. Typical amplifier with spilt power supply
Figure 18. PC board and component layout for the typical amplifier with split power supply
Figure 19. Bridge amplifier with split power supply (Po = 34 W, VS = +/- 16 V)
Figure 20. PC board and component layout for the bridge amplifier with split power supply
MULTIWAY SPEAKER SYSTEMS AND ACTIVE BOXES
Figure 21. Power distribution vs. frequency
Figure 22. Active Power Filter
Figure 23. 3-way 60 W active loudspeaker system (Vs = 36 V)
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AMPLIFIERS
Figure 24. High-power active box for musical instrument
TRANSIENT INTERMODULATION DISTORTION (TIM)
Figure 25. Overshoot phenomenon in feedback amplifiers
Figure 26. 20 kHz sawtooth waveform
Figure 27. Inverting sawtooth waveform
Figure 28. TIM distortion versus output power
Figure 29. TIM design diagram (fc = 30 kHz)
POWER SUPPLY
Figure 30. DC characteristics of 50 W non-regulated supply
Table 6. DC characteristics of 50 W non-regulated supply
APPLICATION RECOMMENDATION
Table 7. Recommended values of components for a typical amplifier
PROTECTIONS
– Short-circuit protection
– Thermal shutdown
Figure 31. Pentawatt (vertical) mechanical data and package dimensions