Wednesday, April 23, 2014

2 X 100Watt Class-D Audio Amplifier Board – TDA7498

2 X 100Watt Class-D Audio Amplifier Board – TDA7498

This amplifier is a state-of-the-art dual channel Class-D audio amplifier which integrates ST's TDA7498 as the driver. This amplifier is capable of delivering dual-channel amplification with each channel up to 100W. High quality and high performance components are used making this amplifier high-quality amplifier. Powered by 14V to 39V supply, it can be used in many ampplications like Active Speaker and Home Systems. It also features short-circuit and thermal protection. In addition, on-board heat sink and cooling fan ensures excellent heat dissipation.

  • Size: 121.90(L) × 91.00(W)× 53.30 (H) ±0.2mm
  • A perfect "Class D" architecture
  • Fixed gain:37.6 dB
  • Line level audio signal input
  • Externally synchronizable
  • Mounting holes facilitate installation and fixing
  • Several wiring methods facilitate connection
  • Excellent heat sink and powerful cooling fan eliminate your worry on heat dissipation
  • Over/under voltage turn off
  • Over current protection
  • Over temperature protection

  • Power supply: 12V to 39V
  • Crosstalk: 70dB 1 kHz
  • Total quiescent current: typical 40mA
  • Frequency response: 22Hz to 22KHz
  • Total input noise: <50 22="" f="22" hz="" khz="" li="" to="">
  • 100W output power @THD = 10%, 6 Ω 36 V
  • 80W output power @THD = 10%, 8 Ω 34 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0℃ to 50℃
  • Storage Temperature: -20℃ to 85℃

  • It is the ideal solution for any sound reinforcement installation or application needing an affordable compact PA system.
  • Background Music Systems
  • Vending machines
  • Lifts
  • Interactive kiosks
  • Home DIY
  • Car audio

Package Contents:
2 X 100Watt Class-D Audio Amplifier Board – TDA7498 × 1

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