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TDA7377

DUAL BTL/QUAD POWER AMPLIFIER FOR CAR RADIO

HIGH OUTPUT POWER CAPABILITY:® TDA7377 DUAL BTL/QUAD POWER AMPLIFIER FOR CAR RADIO 2 x 37W max./4 Ω 2 x

2

x 37W max./4

2

x 32W/4EIAJ

2

x 24W/4@14.4V, 1KHz, 10%

4

x 7W/4@14.4V, 1KHz, 10%

4

x 11.5W/2@14.4V, 1KHz, 10%

EXTERNALMINIMUM

MINIMUM

COMPONENTS

COUNT:

– NO BOOTSTRAP CAPACITORS

– NO BOUCHEROT CELLS

– INTERNALLY FIXED GAIN (26dB BTL)

ST-BY FUNCTION (CMOS COMPATIBLE)– NO BOUCHEROT CELLS – INTERNALLY FIXED GAIN (26dB BTL) NO AUDIBLE POP DURING ST-BY OPERATIONS

NO AUDIBLE POP DURING ST-BY OPERATIONSFIXED GAIN (26dB BTL) ST-BY FUNCTION (CMOS COMPATIBLE) DIAGNOSTICS FACILITY FOR: – CLIPPING – OUT TO

DIAGNOSTICS FACILITY FOR:(CMOS COMPATIBLE) NO AUDIBLE POP DURING ST-BY OPERATIONS – CLIPPING – OUT TO GND SHORT –

– CLIPPING

– OUT TO GND SHORT

– OUT TO V S SHORT

– SOFT SHORT AT TURN-ON

– THERMAL SHUTDOWN PROXIMITY Protections:

OUPUT AC/DC SHORT CIRCUITAT TURN-ON – THERMAL SHUTDOWN PROXIMITY Protections: – TO GND BLOCK DIAGRAM MULTIWATT15V ORDERING NUMBER:

– TO GND

BLOCK DIAGRAM

OUPUT AC/DC SHORT CIRCUIT – TO GND BLOCK DIAGRAM MULTIWATT15V ORDERING NUMBER: TDA7377V – TO V

MULTIWATT15V

ORDERING NUMBER: TDA7377V

– TO V S

– ACROSS THE LOAD

SOFT SHORT AT TURN-ONORDERING NUMBER: TDA7377V – TO V S – ACROSS THE LOAD OVERRATING CHIP TEMPERATURE WITH SOFT

OVERRATING CHIP TEMPERATURE WITH SOFT THERMAL LIMITER– TO V S – ACROSS THE LOAD SOFT SHORT AT TURN-ON LOAD DUMP VOLTAGE SURGE

LOAD DUMP VOLTAGE SURGEOVERRATING CHIP TEMPERATURE WITH SOFT THERMAL LIMITER VERY INDUCTIVE LOADS FORTUITOUS OPEN GND REVERSED BATTERY

VERY INDUCTIVE LOADSWITH SOFT THERMAL LIMITER LOAD DUMP VOLTAGE SURGE FORTUITOUS OPEN GND REVERSED BATTERY ESD DIAGNOSTICS

FORTUITOUS OPEN GNDSOFT THERMAL LIMITER LOAD DUMP VOLTAGE SURGE VERY INDUCTIVE LOADS REVERSED BATTERY ESD DIAGNOSTICS September 1998

REVERSED BATTERYTHERMAL LIMITER LOAD DUMP VOLTAGE SURGE VERY INDUCTIVE LOADS FORTUITOUS OPEN GND ESD DIAGNOSTICS September 1998

ESDLOAD DUMP VOLTAGE SURGE VERY INDUCTIVE LOADS FORTUITOUS OPEN GND REVERSED BATTERY DIAGNOSTICS September 1998 1/14

DIAGNOSTICS

DIAGNOSTICS

September 1998

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TDA7377

DESCRIPTION The TDA7377 is a new technology class AB car radio amplifier able to work either in DUAL BRIDGE or QUAD SINGLE ENDED configura- tion. The exclusive fully complementary structure of

ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

the output stage and the internally fixed gain guarantees the highest possible power perform- ances with extremely reduced component count. The on-board clip detector simplifies gain com- pression operation. The fault diagnostics makes it possible to detect mistakes during car radio set assembly and wiring in the car.

Symbol

Parameter

Value

Unit

V

op

Operating Supply Voltage

18

V

 

V

S

DC Supply Voltage

28

V

V

peak

Peak Supply Voltage (for t = 50ms)

40

V

 

I

O

Output Peak Current (not repetitive t = 100µs)

4.5

A

 

I

O

Output Peak Current (repetitive f > 10Hz)

3.5

A

P

tot

Power Dissipation (T case = 85°C)

36

W

T stg , T j

Storage and Junction Temperature

-40 to 150

°C

THERMAL DATA

 

Symbol

Description

Value

Unit

R th j-case

Thermal Resistance Junction-case

Max

1.8

°C/W

PIN CONNECTION (Top view)

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R th j-case Thermal Resistance Junction-case Max 1.8 ° C/W PIN CONNECTION (Top view) DIAGNOSTICS 2/14

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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Refer to the test circuit, V S = 14.4V; R L = 4; f = 1KHz; T amb = 25°C, unless otherwise specified

Symbol

Parameter

 

Test Condition

Min.

Typ.

Max.

Unit

 

V

S

Supply Voltage Range

 

8

 

18

V

 

I

d

Total Quiescent Drain Current

R

L =

   

150

mA

V

OS

Output Offset Voltage

     

150

mV

 

P

O

Output Power

THD = 10%; R L = 4

       
 

Bridge

 

21

24

W

Single Ended Single Ended, R L = 2

6.5

7

W

11.5

W

P O max

Max. Output Power (***)

VS = 14.4V, Bridge

33

37

 

W

P O EIAJ

EIAJ Output Power (***)

V

S = 13.7V, Bridge

28

32

 

W

THD

Distortion

R

L = 4

       

Single Ended, P O = 0.1 to 4W

0.02

%

Bridge, P O = 0.1 to 10W

0.03

0.3

%

 

CT

Cross Talk

f

= 1KHz Single Ended

 

70

 

dB

 

f

= 10KHz Single Ended

60

dB

f

= 1KHz Bridge

55

   

dB

f

= 10KHz Bridge

60

dB

 

R

IN

Input Impedance

Single Ended

20

30

 

K

 

Bridge

 

10

15

K

 

G

V

Voltage Gain

Single Ended

19

20

21

dB

 

Bridge

 

25

26

27

dB

 

G

V

Voltage Gain Match

     

0.5

dB

 

E

IN

Input Noise Voltage

R

g = 0; "A" weighted, S.E.

       
 

Non Inverting Channels Inverting Channels

2

µV

5

µV

Bridge

         

Rg = 0; 22Hz to 22KHz

3.5

µV

SVR

Supply Voltage Rejection

R

g = 0;

f = 300Hz

50

   

dB

A

SB

Stand-by Attenuation

P

O = 1W

80

90

 

dB

 

I

SB

ST-BY Current Consumption

V

ST-BY = 0 to 1.5V

   

100

µA

V

SB

ST-BY In Threshold Voltage

     

1.5

V

V

SB

ST-BY Out Threshold Voltage

 

3.5

   

V

I

pin7

ST-BY Pin Current

Play Mode V pin7 = 5V

   

50

µA

 

Max Driving Current Under Fault (*)

   

5

mA

I cd off

Clipping Detector Output Average Current

d

= 1% (**)

 

90

 

µA

I cd on

Clipping Detector Output Average Current

d

= 5% (**)

 

160

 

µA

V sat pin10

Voltage Saturation on pin 10

Sink Current at Pin 10 = 1mA

   

0.7

V

(*) See built-in S/C protection description (**) Pin 10 Pulled-up to 5V with 10K; R L = 4(***) Saturated square wave output.

description (**) Pin 10 Pulled-up to 5V with 10K Ω ; R L = 4 Ω

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STANDARD TEST AND APPLICATION CIRCUIT

Figure 1: Quad Stereo

ST-BY

IN FL

IN FR

IN RL

IN RR

Note:

C9, C10, C11, C12 could be reduced if the 2operation is not required.

10K R1

V S C7 C6 C5 10µF 100nF 1000µF 7 13 3 4 1 C1 0.22µF
V S
C7
C6
C5
10µF
100nF
1000µF
7
13
3
4
1
C1 0.22µF
C10 2200µF
OUT FL
5
2
C2 0.22µF
C9 2200µF
OUT FR
12
C4 0.22µF
15
11
C11 2200µF
OUT RL
C3 0.22µF
14
6
8
9
10
C12 2200µF
OUT RR
C8 47µF
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Figure 2: Double Bridge

10K R1

ST-BY V S C5 C4 C3 10µF 100nF 1000µF 7 13 3 IN L 4
ST-BY
V
S
C5
C4
C3
10µF
100nF
1000µF
7
13
3
IN L
4
1
C1 0.47µF
5
OUT L
2
IN R
12
15
C2 0.47µF
11
OUT R
6
14
C8 47µF
8
9
10
DIAGNOSTICS
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Figure 3: Stereo/Bridge

10K ST-BY V S 10µF 100nF 1000µF 7 13 3 IN L 4 1 OUT
10K
ST-BY
V S
10µF
100nF
1000µF
7
13
3
IN L
4
1
OUT L
0.22µF
2200µF
IN L
5
2
OUT R
0.22µF
2200µF
IN BRIDGE
12
15
OUT
0.47µF
11
BRIDGE
6
14
8
9
10
47µF
DIAGNOSTICS
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OUT R 0.22µF 2200µF IN BRIDGE 12 15 OUT 0.47µF 11 BRIDGE 6 14 8 9

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Figure 4: P.C. Board and Component Layout of the fig.1 (1:1 scale).

P.C. Board and Component Layout of the fig.1 (1:1 scale). Figure 5: P.C. Board and Component

Figure 5: P.C. Board and Component Layout of the fig.2 (1:1 scale).

and Component Layout of the fig.1 (1:1 scale). Figure 5: P.C. Board and Component Layout of
and Component Layout of the fig.1 (1:1 scale). Figure 5: P.C. Board and Component Layout of

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Figure 6: Quiescent Drain Current vs. Supply Voltage (Single Ended and Bridge).

R L = 4Ω V i = 0
R L = 4Ω
V i
= 0
Figure 8: Output Power vs. Supply Voltage Po (W) 20 18 THD= 10 % 16
Figure 8: Output Power vs. Supply Voltage
Po (W)
20
18
THD=
10 %
16
SINGLE ENDED
14
RL= 2 Ω
f= 1 KHz
12
10
8
THD= 1 %
6
4
2
0
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Vs (V)

Figure 10: Output Power vs. Supply Voltage

44 Po (W) 40 36 THD= 10 % BRIDGE 32 RL= 4 Ω 28 f=
44 Po (W)
40
36
THD=
10 %
BRIDGE
32
RL= 4 Ω
28
f= 1 KHz
24
20
THD= 1 %
16
12
8
4
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

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Vs (V)

Figure 7: Quiescent Output Voltage vs. Supply Voltage (Single Ended and Bridge).

R L = 4Ω V i = 0
R L
= 4Ω
V i
= 0

Figure 9: Output Power vs. Supply Voltage

12 Po (W) 11 10 SINGLE ENDED THD= 10 % 9 RL= 4Ω 8 f=
12 Po (W)
11
10
SINGLE ENDED
THD= 10 %
9
RL= 4Ω
8
f= 1 KHz
7
6
5
THD= 1 %
4
3
2
1
0
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Vs (V)

Figure 11: Distortion vs. Output Power THD (%) 10 SINGLE ENDED Vs= 14.4 V 1
Figure 11: Distortion vs. Output Power
THD (%)
10
SINGLE ENDED
Vs= 14.4
V
1
RL= 2Ω
f= 15 KHz
0.1
f= 1 KHz
0.01
0.001
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Po (W)

ENDED Vs= 14.4 V 1 RL= 2Ω f= 15 KHz 0.1 f= 1 KHz 0.01 0.001

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Figure 12: Distortion vs. Output Power

Figure 13: Distortion vs. Output Power

10

1

0.1

0.01

0.001

THD (%) 10 SINGLE ENDED Vs= 14.4 V RL= 4Ω 1 f= 15 KHz 0.1
THD (%)
10
SINGLE ENDED
Vs= 14.4 V
RL= 4Ω
1
f= 15 KHz
0.1
0.01
f= 1
KHz
01234567 0.001

Po (W)

THD (%) BRIDGE Vs= 14.4 V RL= 4Ω f= 15 KHz f= 1 KHz 0
THD (%)
BRIDGE
Vs= 14.4 V
RL= 4Ω
f= 15 KHz
f=
1 KHz
0 2
4
6
8
10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26
Po (W)
Figure 14: Cross-talk vs. Frequency S.E. V S = 14.4V R L = 4Ω R
Figure 14: Cross-talk vs. Frequency
S.E.
V S = 14.4V
R L = 4Ω
R g = 10Ω

Figure 15: Supply Voltage Rejection vs. Fre- quency

BTL R g = 0 47µF C SVR = = 1Vrms V ripple
BTL
R g =
0
47µF
C SVR =
=
1Vrms
V ripple

Figure 16: Supply Voltage Rejection vs. Frequency

S.E. R g = 0 47µF C SVR = = 1Vrms V ripple
S.E.
R g =
0
47µF
C SVR =
=
1Vrms
V ripple
Figure 17: Stand-by Attenuation vs. Threshold Voltage BTL & S.E. V S = 14.4V R
Figure 17: Stand-by Attenuation vs. Threshold
Voltage
BTL &
S.E.
V S =
14.4V
R L = 4Ω
0 dB
= 1W

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Figure 18: Total Power Dissipation and Effi- ciency vs. Output Power P tot n S.E.
Figure 18: Total Power Dissipation and Effi-
ciency vs. Output Power
P
tot
n
S.E.
V S
= 14.4V
R L
= 4 x 4Ω
f =
1KHz

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Figure 19: Total Power Dissipation and Effi- ciency vs. Output Power.

n P tot BTL V = 14.4V S R = 2 x 4Ω L f
n
P
tot
BTL
V
= 14.4V
S
R
= 2 x
4Ω
L
f
= 1KHz

TDA7377

GENERAL STRUCTURE High Application Flexibility

The availability of 4 independent channels makes

it possible to accomplish several kinds of applica- tions ranging from 4 speakers stereo (F/R) to 2 speakers bridge solutions.

In case of working in single ended conditions the

polarity of the speakers driven by the inverting amplifier must be reversed respect to those driven by non inverting channels. This is to avoid phase inconveniences causing sound alterations especially during the reproduc- tion of low frequencies.

Easy Single Ended to Bridge Transition The change from single ended to bridge configu- rations is made simply by means of a short circuit across the inputs, that is no need of further exter- nal components.

Gain Internally Fixed to 20dB in Single Ended, 26dB in Bridge Advantages of this design choice are in terms of:

components and space savingin Bridge Advantages of this design choice are in terms of: output noise, supply voltage rejection

output noise, supply voltage rejection and dis- tortion optimization.design choice are in terms of: components and space saving Silent Turn On/Off and Muting/Stand-by Func-

Silent Turn On/Off and Muting/Stand-by Func- tion

The stand-by can be easily activated by means of

a CMOS level applied to pin 7 through a RC filter.

Under stand-by condition the device is turned off completely (supply current = 1µA typ.; output at- tenuation = 80dB min.). Every ON/OFF operation is virtually pop free. Furthemore, at turn-on the device stays in muting condition for a time determined by the value as- signed to the SVR capacitor. While in muting the device outputs becomes in- sensitive to any kinds of signal that may be pre- sent at the input terminals. In other words every transient coming from previous stages produces no unplesant acoustic effect to the speakers.

STAND-BY DRIVING (pin 7) Some precautions have to be taken in the defini-

tion of stand-by driving networks: pin 7 cannot be directly driven by a voltage source whose current capability is higher than 5mA. In practical cases

a series resistance has always to be inserted,

having it the double purpose of limiting the cur- rent at pin 7 and to smooth down the stand-by ON/OFF transitions - in combination with a ca-

pacitor - for output pop prevention.

In any case, a capacitor of at least 100nF from

pin 7 to S-GND, with no resistance in between, is

necessary to ensure correct turn-on.

in between, is necessary to ensure correct turn-on. OUTPUT STAGE The fully complementary output stage was

OUTPUT STAGE

The fully complementary output stage was made possible by the development of a new compo- nent: the ST exclusive power ICV PNP.

A

novel design based upon the connection shown

in

fig. 20 has then allowed the full exploitation of

its possibilities. The clear advantages this new approach has over classical output stages are as follows:

Rail-to-Rail Output Voltage Swing With No Need of Bootstrap Capacitors. The output swing is limited only by the VCEsat of the Need of Bootstrap Capacitors. The output swing is limited only by the VCEsat of the output transistors, which is in the range of 0.3(R sat ) each. Classical solutions adopting composite PNP- NPN for the upper output stage have higher saturation loss on the top side of the wave- form. This unbalanced saturation causes a sig- nificant power reduction. The only way to re- cover power consists of the addition of expensive bootstrap capacitors.

Absolute Stability Without Any External Compensation. Referring to the circuit of fig. 20 the gain V O u t /V Compensation. Referring to the circuit of fig. 20 the gain V Out /V In is greater than unity, approximately 1+ R2/R1. The DC output (V CC /2) is fixed by an auxiliary amplifier common to all the channels. By controlling the amount of this local feedback it is possible to force the loop gain (A*β) to less than unity at frequency for which the phase shift is 180°. This means that the output buffer is in- trinsically stable and not prone to oscillation. Most remarkably, the above feature has been achieved in spite of the very low closed loop gain of the amplifier. In contrast, with the classical PNP-NPN stage, the solution adopted for reducing the gain at high frequencies makes use of external RC networks, namely the Boucherot cells.

Figure 20: The New Output Stage

at high frequencies makes use of external RC networks, namely the Boucherot cells. Figure 20: The

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BUILT–IN SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION Reliable and safe operation, in presence of all kinds of short circuit involving the outputs is as- sured by BUILT-IN protectors. Additionally to the AC/DC short circuit to GND, to V S , across the speaker, a SOFT SHORT condition is signalled out during the TURN-ON PHASE so assuring cor- rect operation for the device itself and for the loudspeaker. This particular kind of protection acts in a way to avoid that the device is turned on (by ST-BY) when a resistive path (less than 16 ohms) is pre- sent between the output and GND. As the in- volved circuitry is normally disabled when a cur- rent higher than 5mA is flowing into the ST-BY pin, it is important, in order not to disable it, to have the external current source driving the ST- BY pin limited to 5mA. This extra function becomes particularly attractive when, in the single ended configuration, one ca- pacitor is shared between two outputs (see fig.

21).

Figure 21.

is shared between two outputs (see fig. 21). Figure 21. Supposing that the output capacitor C

Supposing that the output capacitor C out for any reason is shorted, the loudspeaker will not be damaged being this soft short circuit condition re- vealed.

Diagnostics Facility

The TDA7377 is equipped with a diagnostic cir- cuitry able to detect the following events:

Clipping in the output signaldiagnostic cir- cuitry able to detect the following events: Thermal shutdown Output fault: – short to

Thermal shutdowndetect the following events: Clipping in the output signal Output fault: – short to GND –

Output fault:events: Clipping in the output signal Thermal shutdown – short to GND – short to V

– short to GND

– short to V S

– soft short at turn on

The information is available across an open collector output (pin 10) through a current sink- ing when the event is detected

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Figure 22: Clipping Detection Waveforms

is detected 10/14 Figure 22: Clipping Detection Waveforms A current sinking at pin 10 is triggered

A current sinking at pin 10 is triggered when a

certain distortion level is reached at any of the outputs. This function allows gain compression possibility whenever the amplifier is overdriven.

Thermal Shutdown

In this case the output 10 will signal the proximity

of the junction temperature to the shutdown threshold. Typically current sinking at pin 10 will start ~10°C before the shutdown threshold is

reached.

Figure 23: Output Fault Waveforms (see fig. 24)

10 will start ~10 ° C before the shutdown threshold is reached. Figure 23: Output Fault
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Figure 24: Fault Waveforms

ST-BY PIN VOLTAGE 2V OUT TO Vs SHORT OUTPUT WAVEFORM SOFT SHORT OUT TO GND
ST-BY PIN
VOLTAGE
2V
OUT TO Vs SHORT
OUTPUT
WAVEFORM
SOFT SHORT
OUT TO GND SHORT
Vpin 10
CORRECT TURN-ON
FAULT DETECTION
CHECK AT TURN-ON
(TEST PHASE)
D94AU149A
SHORT TO GND
OR TO Vs

t

t

t

HANDLING OF THE DIAGNOSTICS INFORMA- TION As various kinds of information is available at the same pin (clipping detection, output fault, thermal

Figure 25: Waveforms

proximity), this signal must be handled properly in order to discriminate each event. This could be done by taking into account the dif- ferent timing of the diagnostic output during each case.

ST-BY PIN

VOLTAGE

Vs

OUTPUT

WAVEFORM

Vpin 10

WAVEFORM

t t t CLIPPING SHORT TO GND OR TO Vs THERMAL D94AU150 PROXIMITY
t
t
t
CLIPPING
SHORT TO GND
OR TO Vs
THERMAL
D94AU150
PROXIMITY
OUTPUT WAVEFORM Vpin 10 WAVEFORM t t t CLIPPING SHORT TO GND OR TO Vs THERMAL

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Normally the clip detector signalling produces a low level at pin 10 that is shorter than that present under faulty conditions; based on this assumption

Figure 26.

an interface circuitry to differentiate the informa- tion is represented in the schematic of fig. 26.

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PCB-LAYOUT GROUNDING (general rules) The device has 2 distinct ground leads, P-GND (POWER GROUND) and S-GND (SIGNAL GROUND) which are practically disconnected from each other at chip level. Proper operation re- quires that P-GND and S-GND leads be con- nected together on the PCB-layout by means of reasonably low-resistance tracks. As for the PCB-ground configuration, a star-like arrangement whose center is represented by the supply-filtering electrolytic capacitor ground is highly advisable. In such context, at least 2 sepa- rate paths have to be provided, one for P-GND and one for S-GND. The correct ground assign-

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ments are as follows:

STANDBY CAPACITOR, pin 7 (or any other standby driving networks): on S-GND SVR CAPACITOR (pin 6): on S-GND and to be placed as close as possible to the device. INPUT SIGNAL GROUND (from active/passive signal processor stages): on S-GND. SUPPLY FILTERING CAPACITORS (pins 3,13):

on P-GND. The (-) terminal of the electrolytic ca- pacitor has to be directly tied to the battery (-) line and this should represent the starting point for all the ground paths.

has to be directly tied to the battery (-) line and this should represent the starting

TDA7377

MULTIWATT 15 VERTICAL PACKAGE MECHANICAL DATA

DIM.

 

mm

 

inch

MIN.

TYP.

MAX.

MIN.

TYP.

MAX.

A

   

5

   

0.197

B

   

2.65

   

0.104

C

   

1.6

   

0.063

D

 

1

   

0.039

 

E

0.49

 

0.55

0.019

 

0.022

F

0.66

 

0.75

0.026

 

0.030

G

1.02

1.27

1.52

0.040

0.050

0.060

G1

17.53

17.78

18.03

0.690

0.700

0.710

H1

19.6

   

0.772

   

H2

   

20.2

   

0.795

L

21.9

22.2

22.5

0.862

0.874

0.886

L1

21.7

22.1

22.5

0.854

0.870

0.886

L2

17.65

 

18.1

0.695

 

0.713

L3

17.25

17.5

17.75

0.679

0.689

0.699

L4

10.3

10.7

10.9

0.406

0.421

0.429

L7

2.65

 

2.9

0.104

 

0.114

M

4.25

4.55

4.85

0.167

0.179

0.191

M1

4.63

5.08

5.53

0.182

0.200

0.218

S

1.9

 

2.6

0.075

 

0.102

S1

1.9

 

2.6

0.075

 

0.102

Dia1

3.65

 

3.85

0.144

 

0.152

0.102 S1 1.9   2.6 0.075   0.102 Dia1 3.65   3.85 0.144   0.152 13/14
0.102 S1 1.9   2.6 0.075   0.102 Dia1 3.65   3.85 0.144   0.152 13/14
0.102 S1 1.9   2.6 0.075   0.102 Dia1 3.65   3.85 0.144   0.152 13/14

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