BU7150NUV-E2 ROHM, 2-Channel Headphone Amplifier, 10-Pin VSON

  • RS Stock No. 171-5767
  • Mfr. Part No. BU7150NUV-E2
  • Brand ROHM
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Product Details

BU7150NUV is Audio Amplifier designed for Single-cell battery operated audio products (VDD = 0.93 ∼ 3.5V, at Ta=0∼85°C). BU7150NUV can be selected in single-ended mode for stereo headphone and BTL mode for mono speaker operations. For BU7150NUV at VDD = 1.5V, THD+N = 1%, the output power is 14mW at RL = 16O in single-ended mode and the output power is 85mW at RL = 8O in BTL mode.

Extensive battery operation
(VDD=0.93 to 3.5V, Ta=0 to 85℃)
(VDD=1.03 to 3.5V, Ta=-40 to 85℃)
Bu7150NUV is selected BTL mode for mono speaker and
Single ended mode for stereo headphone operation
Unity-gain stable
Click and pop reduction circuit
Shutdown mode(Low power mode)
High speed turn-on mute mode
Thermal shutdown protection circuit
Power on reset circuit isn't sensed supply voltage's slew rate
Applications:
Digital Stethoscope

Specifications
Attribute Value
Amplifier Type Headphone Amplifier
Maximum Power 85W
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Typical Single Supply Voltage 1.03 → 3.5 V
Power Supply Type Single
Number of Channels per Chip 2
Package Type VSON
Pin Count 10
Input Signal Type Differential
Output Signal Type Differential
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Width 3mm
Height 1mm
Length 3mm
Dimensions 3 x 3 x 1mm
Available to back order for despatch 01/01/2020, delivery within 5 working days
Price Each (On a Reel of 3000)
£ 0.892
(exc. VAT)
£ 1.07
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
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£0.892
£2,676.00
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