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Part Number: TPA3110D2-Q1
You mention that 'The outputs are also fully protected against shorts to GND, VCC, and output-to-output.' at datasheet page.1.
Are there the mode that connected speaker current will increase and develop fever when the outputs shorts to GND and VCC through the resistor (< 0.5 ohm) ?
* We concern whether the connected speaker is protected by this device against short mode. So we think that there are not those mode.
In out experiments, we could not find any currents at the output speaker when the output is shorted to GND and VCC through 0.5 ohm and 0 ohm.
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In reply to Jeff Kohnle:
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In reply to Takao Yamamoto5:
With 2W output power on 4ohm load, the maximum output current is around 1A, which is far from OC THR. So in this case, the OC FAULT won't be triggered.
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