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VPS13 Datasheet(PDF) 3 Page - Sanyo Semicon Device

Part No. VPS13
Description  CRT Display Video Output Amplifier, High-Voltage/Wideband Amplifier
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Manufacturer  SANYO [Sanyo Semicon Device]
Direct Link  https://www.sanyo-av.com/us/
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Thermal Design
Since the VPS13 includes three channels as shown in the circuit diagram on page 2, we first consider a single channel.
The chip temperature of each transistor under actual operating conditions is determined using the following formula.
Tj = (Tri) =
θj-c (Tri) × Pc (Tri) + ∆Tc + Ta (°C).......................(1)
θj-c (Tri) : Thermal resistance of an individual transistor
Pc(Tri)
: Collector loss for an individual transistor
∆Tc
: Case temperature rise
Ta
: Ambient temperature
The
θj-c (Tri) for each chip is: θj-c (Tr1) = 35°C/W
θj-c (Tr2) to (Tr4) = 30°C/W.......................................................(2)
Although the loss for each transistor in a video pack varies with frequency and is not uniform, if we assume the
maximum operating frequency, f = 130 MHz (clock), then the chip with the largest loss will be transistor 3 (Tr3) of the
emitter-follower stage. From the Pd-f (clock) figure we see that loss will be 22% of the total loss for a single channel:
Pc (emitter-follower stage)(f = 130 MHz) = Pd (1ch) (f = 130 MHz) × 0.22 [W]
(3)
Here, we must select a heat sink with a capacity
θh such that the Tj of these transistors does not exceed 150°C. Equation
(4) below gives the relationship between
θh and ∆Tc.
∆Tc = Pd (Total) ×
θh..................................................................(4)
The required
θh is calculated using this equation and equation (1).
No. 5548-3/4
VPS13


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