CSC3110 Class-D Audio Power Amplifier
CSC3110 Class-D power amplifier is a stereo audio power amplifier ic that meets the EMC requirements without a filter at all. The enhanced CSC3110, the point of the stereo class D audio power amplifier part, adopts a 28-pin TSSOP package.
Features of CSC3110 Class-D Power Amplifier
- Filter-less advanced EMI suppression technology can reduce bill of materials costs by 70% while meeting EMC performance specifications.
- Use low-cost ferrite bead filters to replace expensive inductor output filters, which can reduce board space; filter-free design Prevents overdriving of speakers and also avoids damage caused by faulty circuit board components or DC current generated by audio input circuit detection; speaker protection enhances output power limit and DC input detection
Less than 0.001% over full power range at 1kHz The ultra-low THD+N performance of THD+N coupled with the advanced click and pop suppression circuit can achieve excellent audio performance and fidelity; completely achieving low harmonic distortion and no popping sound.
- One side is Pass-through package pins with high voltage pins and input control pins on the other side facilitates unobstructed layout and optimizes thermal performance.
- Differential inputs enable excellent common-mode noise rejection and high-fidelity audio
- The working voltage is 4.5V～18V.
- The working temperature is -45℃-140℃.,
- Medium and small power
- Analog input
- BTL bridge mode output class D power amplifier circuit.
- 16V power supply, when the load is 8Ω, THD is 10%, 2×15W
- 12V power supply, when the load is 8Ω, THD is 10%, 2×10W
- 12V power supply, when the load is 4Ω 、When the total harmonic distortion is 10%, 2×16W
- 12V power supply, when the load is 4Ω, PBTL mode, when the total harmonic distortion is 10%, 20W
- Up to 90% efficiency without using an external heat sink
Application of CSC3110 Class-D Power Amplifier
- Hi-Fi Audio Bluetooth Audio
- Lever Audio TV Amplifier
- Multimedia Audio System VR Audio System
- Wifi sound system