IC AMP AUDIO PWR 1W MONO 8SOIC

TS4890ID

Manufacturer Part NumberTS4890ID
DescriptionIC AMP AUDIO PWR 1W MONO 8SOIC
ManufacturerSTMicroelectronics
TypeClass AB
TS4890ID datasheet
 


Specifications of TS4890ID

Output Type1-Channel (Mono)Max Output Power X Channels @ Load1W x 1 @ 8 Ohm
Voltage - Supply2.5 V ~ 5.5 VFeaturesDepop, Standby, Thermal Protection
Mounting TypeSurface MountPackage / Case8-SOIC (3.9mm Width)
ProductClass-AOutput Power1 W
Thd Plus Noise0.15 %Operating Supply Voltage3 V, 5 V
Supply Current6 mAMaximum Operating Temperature+ 85 C
Mounting StyleSMD/SMTAudio Load Resistance8 Ohms
Input Offset Voltage- 0.3 V to + 0.3 VInput Signal TypeSingle
Minimum Operating Temperature- 40 COutput Signal TypeDifferential
Supply TypeSingleSupply Voltage (max)5.5 V
Supply Voltage (min)2.2 VOperational ClassClass-A
Audio Amplifier Output Configuration1-Channel MonoOutput Power (typ)1x1@8OhmW
Audio Amplifier FunctionSpeakerTotal Harmonic Distortion0.15@8Ohm@250mW%
Single Supply Voltage (typ)3/5VDual Supply Voltage (typ)Not RequiredV
Supply Current (max)8@5VmAPower Supply RequirementSingle
Unity Gain Bandwidth Product (typ)2MHzRail/rail I/o TypeRail to Rail Output
Power Supply Rejection Ratio77dBSingle Supply Voltage (min)2.2V
Single Supply Voltage (max)5.5VDual Supply Voltage (min)Not RequiredV
Dual Supply Voltage (max)Not RequiredVOperating Temp Range-40C to 85C
Operating Temperature ClassificationIndustrialMountingSurface Mount
Pin Count8Package TypeSO
Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusContains lead / RoHS non-compliantOther names497-2292-5
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Note on how to use the PSRR curves
(page 8)
We have finished a design and we have chosen for
the components :
• Rin=Rfeed=22k
• Cin=100nF
• Cb=1µF
Now, on fig. 16, we can see the PSRR (input
grounded) vs frequency curves. At 217Hz, we
have a PSRR value of -36dB.
In reality we want a value about -70dB. So, we
need a gain of 34dB !
Now, on fig. 15 we can see the effect of Cb on the
PSRR (input grounded) vs. frequency. With
Cb=100µF, we can reach the -70dB value.
The process to obtain the final curve (Cb=100µF,
Cin=100nF, Rin=Rfeed=22k ) is a simple transfer
point by point on each frequency of the curve on
fig. 16 to the curve on fig. 15.
The measurement result is shown on the next
figure.
Fig. 107 : PSRR changes with Cb
Vcc = 5 & 2.2V
-30
Rfeed = 22k, Rin = 22k
Rg = 100 , RL = 8
Cin=100nF
Tamb = 25 C
-40
Cb=1 F
-50
Cin=100nF
-60
Cb=100 F
-70
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Frequency (Hz)
Note on PSRR measurement
What is the PSRR ?
The PSRR is the Power Supply Rejection Ratio.
It's a kind of SVR in a determined frequency range.
The PSRR of a device, is the ratio between a
power supply disturbance and the result on the
output. We can say that the PSRR is the ability of
a device to minimize the impact of power supply
disturbances to the output.
How do we measure the PSRR ?
Fig. 108 : PSRR measurement schematic
Principle of operation
• We fixed the DC voltage supply (Vcc)
• We fixed the AC sinusoidal ripple voltage
(Vripple)
• No bypass capacitor Cs is used
The PSRR value for each frequency is :
PSRR
Remark : The measure of the Rms voltage is not a
Rms selective measure but a full range (2 Hz to
125 kHz) Rms measure. It means that we
measure the effective Rms signal + the noise.
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100000
Rms
V (
ripple
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dB
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20
Log
10
Rms
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Vs
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Vs
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