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Subject: Re: Help needed - H-bridge, ClassD output stage IC
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Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 12:49:01 -0500
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Looks pretty good!
Does anyone know the difference between that kind of output stage and the TI
one (see first post for link)?
"Dan Barlow" wrote in message
> David wrote:
> > The one-bit output has to be 'amplified' to say -10V to 10V and it
> > at about 300khz (pulse repetition frequency). A mosfet h-bridge is the
> > thing to use (from what I've read everywhere).
> > The question is: where do you find an H-bridge that is well suited for
> > audio?
> $1.99 http://sales.goldmine-elec.com/prodinfo.asp?prodid=7282
> "can also be used for all types of inductive loads including relays,
> solenoids, DC motors, etc. It features high voltage high current outputs
> and is designed to accept standard TTL logic levels. Max power supply
> voltage is 50V. Peak output current for each channel is 3Amps."
> -Dan Barlow
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