5-channel BTL driver for CD players
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5-channel BTL driver for CD players
The BA6395AFP is a 5-channel BTL driver for CD player motors and actuators. This IC has an internal 5V regulator,
and is suited to a wide range of applications.
CD players and CD-ROM drives
1) Internal drivers for focus coils, tracking coils, spindle
motors, feed motors and loading. (The loading and
spindle motor output pins are dual-use output pins
and are switched between drivers using a control input.)
2) HSOP 28-pin package allows for miniaturization of
Absolute maximum ratings (Ta = 25C)
Recommended operating conditions (Ta = 25C)
3) Low number of external components.
4) Driver gain is adjustable with a single attached resistor.
5) Internal 5V regulator. (requires attached PNP transistor)
6) Internal thermal shutdown circuit.
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Block diagram
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Pin descriptions
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Input / output circuits
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Electrical characteristics (unless otherwise noted, Ta = 25C, VCC = 8V, f = 1kHz, RL = 8Ω)
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Circuit operation
(1) Driver
Inputs to the IC are the focus tracking error signal from
the servo preamplifier and the control signal from the motor. The input signals, which normally center on 2.5V, are
V / I converted by the preamplifier, generating a current
corresponding to the input voltage. This current is
passed through a resistor and into the internal reference
voltage component, the preamplifier output being a signal centering on the internal reference voltage. Two systems (positive phase and negative phase) are created
during V / I conversion, generating BTL output via the
driver buffer.
(2) Regulator
This is a typical series regulator that generates a reference voltage internally. A PNP low saturation transistor
must be connected.
(3) Operational amplifier
A standard 4558 type.
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4. Channel 2 / loading motor driver output mode switching (VCC = 8V)
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(5) Loading motor driver voltage setting
Example : Forward motor
∗ Loading driver output voltage cannot be set higher than the maximum
output voltage for the power supply. The example above applies only
age for the power supply can be output by opening the loading pin (pin
when setting below the maximum output voltage. Maximum output volt-
Application example
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Operation notes
(1) The BA6795AFP has an internal thermal shutdown
circuit. Output current is muted when the chip temperature exceeds 175C (typically).
(2) If the mute pin (pin 7) voltage is opened or lowered
below 0.5V, the output current will be muted. Pin 7 should
be pulled up above 2.0V during normal use.
(3) The bias pin (pin 23) is muted when lowered below
1.4V (typically). make sure it stays above 1.6V during
normal use.
(4) The driver circuit shuts down when the supply voltage drops below 4.3V (typically), and starts up again
when the voltage rises above 4.5V (typically).
(5) Muting occurs during thermal shutdown, mute-on
operations or a drop in the bias pin voltage or supply voltage. In each case, only the drivers are muted. During
muting, the output pins remain at the internal bias voltage, roughly (VCC–VF) / 2.
Thermal derating curves
(6) The internal input resistor has a positive temperature coefficient of roughly 2000ppm / degree, and so
when changing the gain using an attached resistor, gain
will also change at a rate of roughly 2000ppm / degree.
There is virtually no gain variation due to temperature
when using the internal input resistor.
(7) Be sure to connect the IC to a 0.1µF bypass capacitor to the power supply, at the base of the IC.
(8) The radiating fin is connected to the package’s internal GND, but should also be connected to an external
(9) The capacitor between regulator output (pin 6) and
GND also serves to prevent oscillation of the IC, so select
one with good temperature characteristics.
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External dimensions (Units: mm)
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