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Thick-Film Hybrid IC STK433-130-E 2-channel class AB audio power IC, 150W+150W Overview The STK433-130-E is a hybrid IC designed to be used in 150W × 2ch class AB audio power amplifiers. Applications • Audio power amplifiers. Features • Pin-to-pin compatible outputs ranging from 80W to 150W. • Can be used to replace the STK433-000 series (30W to 60W/2ch) and STK433-200/-300 series (3-channel) due to its pin compatibility. • Miniature package (67.0mm × 25.6mm × 9.0mm) • Output load impedance: RL = 6Ω supported • Allowable load shorted time: 0.3 second • Allows the use of predesigned application...
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Thick-Film Hybrid IC STK433-130-E 2-channel class AB audio power IC,

150W+150W

Overview The STK433-130-E is a hybrid IC designed to be used in 150W × 2ch class AB audio power amplifiers. Applications

• Audio power amplifiers.

Features

• Pin-to-pin compatible outputs ranging from 80W to 150W. • Can be used to replace the STK433-000 series (30W to 60W/2ch) and STK433-200/-300 series (3-channel) due to its pin compatibility. • Miniature package (67.0mm × 25.6mm × 9.0mm) • Output load impedance: RL = 6Ω supported • Allowable load shorted time: 0.3 second • Allows the use of predesigned applications for standby and mute circuits.

Series Models

STK433-090-E STK433-100-E STK433-120-E STK433-130-E Output 1 (10%/1kHz) 80W×2 channels 100W×2 channels 120W×2 channels 150W×2 channels Output 2 (0.4%/20Hz to 20kHz) 50W×2 channels 60W×2 channels 80W×2 channels 100W×2 channels Max. rated VCC (quiescent) ±54V ±57V ±65V ±71.5V Max. rated VCC (6Ω) ±47V ±50V ±57V ±63V Recommended operating VCC (6Ω) ±33V ±35V ±40V ±44V Dimensions (excluding pin height) 67.0mm×25.6mm×9.0mm Any and all SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. products described or contained herein are, with regard to "standard application", intended for the use as general electronics equipment (home appliances, AV equipment, communication device, office equipment, industrial equipment etc.). The products mentioned herein shall not be intended for use for any "special application" (medical equipment whose purpose is to sustain life, aerospace instrument, nuclear control device, burning appliances, transportation machine, traffic signal system, safety equipment etc.) that shall require extremely high level of reliability and can directly threaten human lives in case of failure or malfunction of the product or may cause harm to human bodies, nor shall they grant any guarantee thereof. If you should intend to use our products for applications outside the standard applications of our customer who is considering such use and/or outside the scope of our intended standard applications, please consult with us prior to the intended use. If there is no consultation or inquiry before the intended use, our customer shall be solely responsible for the use. Specifications of any and all SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. products described or contained herein stipulate the performance, characteristics, and functions of the described products in the independent state, and are not guarantees of the performance, characteristics, and functions of the described products as mounted in the customer's products or equipment. To verify symptoms and states that cannot be evaluated in an independent device, the customer should always evaluate and test devices mounted in the customer's products or equipment. N1109HKIM No. A1596-1/11,

Specifications Absolute maximum ratings at Ta=25°C (excluding rated temperature items), Tc=25°C unless otherwise specified

Parameter Symbol Conditions Ratings Unit Maximum quiescent supply voltage 0 VCC max (0) When no signal ±71.5 V Maximum supply voltage 1 VCC max (1) RL≥6Ω ±62 V Minimum operating supply voltage VCC min ±10 V Maximum operating flow-in current (pin 13) *7 IST OFF max 0.6 mA Thermal resistance θj-c Per power transistor 1.6 °C/W Junction temperature Tj max Both the Tj max and Tc max conditions must be met. 150 °C IC substrate operating temperature Tc max 125 °C Storage temperature Tstg -30 to +125 °C Allowable load shorted time *4 ts VCC=±44V, RL=6Ω, f=50Hz, PO=100W, 1-channel active 0.3 s

Operating Characteristics at Tc=25°C, RL=6Ω, Rg=600Ω, VG=30dB, non-inductive load RL, unless otherwise

specified Conditions *2 Ratings Parameter Symbol VCC f PO THD unit min typ max (V) (Hz) (W) (%) Output power *1 PO (1) ±44 20 to 20k 0.4 96 100

W

PO (2) ±44 1k 10 150 Total harmonic distortion *1 THD (1) ±44 20 to 20k 0.4 5.0 VG=30dB % THD (2) ±44 1k 0.01 Frequency characteristics *1 fL, fH ±44 1.0 +0 -3dB 20 to 50k Hz Input impedance ri ±44 1k 1.0 55 kΩ Output noise voltage *3 VNO ±53 Rg=2.2kΩ 1.0 mVrms Quiescent current ICCO ±53 No loading 20 45 80 mA Output neutral voltage VN ±53 -70 0 +70 mV Current flowing into pin13 in IST ON ±44 Voltage at pin13: 5V, 0 mA standby mode *7 Current limiting Current flowing into pin13 in IST OFF ±44 resistance R1: 13kΩ 0.25 0.6 mA operating mode *7 [Remarks] *1: For 1-channel operation *2: Unless otherwise specified, use a constant-voltage power supply to supply power when inspections are carried out. *3: The output noise voltage values shown are peak values read with a VTVM. However, an AC stabilized (50Hz) power supply should be used to minimize the influence of AC primary side flicker noise on the reading. *4: Use the designated transformer power supply circuit shown in the figure below for the measurement of allowable load shorted time and output noise voltage. *5: Please connect –Pre VCC pin (#1 pin) with the stable minimum voltage and connect so that current does not flow in by reverse bias. *6: Thermal design must be implemented based on the conditions under which the customer’s end products are expected to operate on the market. *7: Be sure to use the current limiting resistor to prevent the current flowing into the standby pin (pin13) never exceeds the maximum rated value in operating mode.

The circuit is turned on by applying VBE (approximately 0.6V) or higher voltage to the standby pin (pin13).

*8: A thermoplastic adhesive resin is used for this hybrid IC. DBA40C 10000μF +VCC +

Designated transformer power supply 500Ω

(MG-200 equivalent) + 500Ω -VCC 10000μF No. A1596-2/11,

Package Dimensions

unit:mm (typ) 67.0 60.0 9.0 (R1.8) 3.6 1 15 0.4 2.0 0.5 2.9 (16.0) 14 2.0=28.0 5.5

Internal Equivalent Circuit

Pre Driver Pre Driver CH1 CH2 11 + + 15 12 - - 14 Bias Circuit

SUB

109546713 No. A1596-3/11 5.0 16.0 25.6 4.0 20.8,

Application Circuit Example

STK433-130-E Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 -PRE -VCC +VCC OUT OUT OUT OUT +PRE SUB GND IN NF ST-BY NF IN12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 Stand-by Control (V#13) 100pF 100pF 100Ω 56kΩ /1W 56kΩ 2.2μF 3pF /50V 1kΩ Ch2 IN 3pF 1.8kΩ 1.8kΩ 10μF 10μF /10V /10V GND Ch1 IN 2.2μF 1kΩ /50V 3μH +VC C Ch2 OUT 0.1μF 100μF 100μF /100V 100Ω/1W 100μF 4.7Ω 4.7Ω/1W /100V /100V GND GN D 100μF GND/100V 4.7Ω/1W 3μH 0.1μF -VCC Ch1 OUT 4.7Ω SUB.GND

Sample PCB Trace Pattern

C23 No. A1596-4/11 0.22Ω 0.22Ω 56kΩ 56kΩ 470pF 470pF,

STK433-100/STK433-300Sr PCB PARTS LIST PCB Name: STK403-000Sr/100Sr/200Sr PCBA

Location No. PARTS RATING Component * 2ch AMP doesn’t mount parts of ( ). Hybrid IC#1 Pin Position - - STK433-100Sr (*2) STK433-300Sr R01 ERG1SJ101 100Ω,1W enabled R02, R03 (R4) RN16S102FK 1kΩ, 1/6W enabled R05, R06, R08, R09 (R7, R10) RN16S563FK 56kΩ, 1/6W enabled R11, R12 (R13) RN16S182FK 1.8kΩ, 1/6W enabled R14, R15 (R16) RN14S4R7FK 4.7Ω, 1/4W enabled R17, R18 (R19) ERX1SJ4R7 4.7Ω, 1W enabled R20, R21 (R22) ERX2SJR22 0.22Ω, 2W enabled C01, C02, C03, C23 100MV100HC 100μF, 100V enabled C04, C05 (C06) 50MV2R2HC 2.2μF, 50V enabled (*1) C07, C08 (C09) DD104-63B471K50 470pF, 50V enabled C10, C11 (C12) DD104-63CJ030C50 3pF, 50V enabled C13, C14 (C15) 10MV10HC 10μF, 10V enabled (*1) C16, C17 (C18) ECQ-V1H104JZ 0.1μF, 50V enabled C19, C20 (C21) DD104-63B***K50 ***pF, 50V 100pF 68pF R34, R35 (R36) RN16S302FK 3kΩ, 1/6W Short L01, L02 (L3) - 3μH enabled Stand-By Control Circuit Tr1 2SC3332 (Reference) VCE≥75V, IC≥1mA enabled D1 GMB01 (Reference) Di enabled R30 RN16S***FK ***kΩ, 1/6W 13kΩ 2.7kΩ R31 RN16S333FK 33kΩ, 1/6W enabled R32 RN16S102FK 1kΩ, 1/6W enabled R33 RN16S202FK 2kΩ, 1/6W enabled C32 10MV33HC 33μF, 10V enabled J1, J2, J3, J4, J5, J6, J8, J9 - - enabled J7, JS2, JS3, JS4, JS5, JS7 JS8, JS9 - - - JS6, JS10 - - enabled JS1 ERG1SJ101 100Ω, 1W enabled (*1) Capacitor mark “A” side is “-” (negative). (*2) STK433-100Sr (2ch AMP) doesn’t mount parts of ( ). No. A1596-5/11,

Pin Assignments

[STK433-000/-100/-200Sr & STK415/416-100Sr Pin Layout] 12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 2ch class-AB 2ch classAB/2.00mm STK433-030-E 30W/JEITA - - + OOOO+ INSNISTK433-040-E 40W/JEITAPVVUUUUPSGNFTFNSTK433-060-E 50W/JEITARCCTTTTRUN/ / A / / STK433-070-E 60W/JEITAECC/ / / / EBDCCNCCCCCC• HHDHHSTK433-090-E 80W/JEITAHHHHG11| 2 2 STK433-100-E 100W/JEITA1122NBSTK433-120-E 120W/JEITA + - + - D Y STK433-130-E 150W/JEITA12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 3ch class-AB 3ch classAB/2.00mm STK433-230A-E 30W/JEITA - - + OOOO+ INSNIINOOSTK433-240A-E 40W/JEITAPVVUUUUPSGNFTFNNFUUSTK433-260A-E 50W/JEITARCCTTTTRUN/ / A / / / / T T STK433-270-E 60W/JEITAECC/ / / / EBDCCNCCCC/ / STK433-290-E 80W/JEITACCCC• HHDHHHHCCSTK433-300-E 100W/JEITAHHHHG11| 2233HHSTK433-320-E 120W/JEITA1122NB33STK433-330-E 150W/JEITA + - + - D Y + - 12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2ch class-H 2ch classH/2.00mm STK415-090-E 80W/JEITA + - + - - - + OOOO+ INSNISTK415-100-E 90W/JEITAVVOOPVVUUUUPSGNFTFNSTK415-120-E 120W/JEITALLFFRHHTTTTRUN/ / A / / STK415-130-E 150W/JEITAFFE/ / / / EBDCCNCCSTK415-140-E 180W/JEITASSCCCC• HHDHHEEHHHHG11| 22TT1122NB+ - + - DY12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 3ch class-H 3ch classH/2.00mm STK416-090-E 80W/JEITA + - + - - - + OOOO+ INSNIINOOSTK416-100-E 90W/JEITAVVOOPVVUUUUPSGNFTFNNFUUSTK416-120-E 120W/JEITALLFFRHHTTTTRUN/ / A / / / / T T STK416-130-E 150W/JEITAFFE/ / / / EBDCCNCCCC/ / SSCCCC• HHDHHHHCCEEHHHHG11| 2233HHTT1122NB33+ - + - D Y + - No. A1596-6/11,

Evaluation Board Characteristics

THD - P Pd - P100 O 220 O 75 VCC=±44V VCC=±44V 3 VG=30dB 200 Rg=600Ω 2 Rg=600Ω 10 180 2ch Drive 7 Tc=25°C (same output rating) 3 RL=6Ω 160 f=1kHz 2ch Drive 140 VG=30dB1.0 Ch1 measurement R =6Ω 5 120

L

Tc=25°C 0.1 f=20kHz 7 80 32 60 0.01 f=1kHz 7 40 3 20 0.001 0 0.123571.0235710235710023571000 0.123571.0235710235710023571000 Output power, PO/ch - W ITF02723 Output power, PO/ch - W ITF02724 PO - VCC PO - f220 220 RL=6Ω200 2ch Drive 200 180 Ch1 measurement 180 VG=30dB THD=10% Rg=600Ω f=1kHz 140 THD=0.4% Tc=25°C 120 120 100 100 VCC=±44V 80 80 Rg=600Ω 60 60 2ch Drive Ch1 measurement40 40 VG=30dB 20 20 RL=6Ω Tc=25°C0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 10235710023571k235710k2357100k Supply voltage, VCC - ±V ITF02725 Frequency, f - Hz ITF02726 [Thermal Design Example for STK433-130-E (RL = 6Ω)] The thermal resistance, θc-a, of the heat sink for total power dissipation, Pd, within the hybrid IC is determined as follows. Condition 1: The hybrid IC substrate temperature, Tc, must not exceed 125°C. Pd × θc-a + Ta < 125°C ... (1) Ta: Guaranteed ambient temperature for the end product Condition 2: The junction temperature, Tj, of each power transistor must not exceed 150°C. Pd × θc-a + Pd/N × θj-c + Ta < 150°C ... (2) N: Number of power transistors θj-c: Thermal resistance per power transistor However, the power dissipation, Pd, for the power transistors shall be allocated equally among the number of power transistors. The following inequalities result from solving equations (1) and (2) for θc-a. θc-a < (125 − Ta)/Pd ... (1)' θc-a < (150 − Ta)/Pd − θj-c/N ... (2)' Values that satisfy these two inequalities at the same time represent the required heat sink thermal resistance. When the following specifications have been stipulated, the required heat sink thermal resistance can be determined from formulas (1)' and (2)'. • Supply voltage VCC • Load resistance RL • Guaranteed ambient temperature Ta No. A1596-7/11 Output power, PO/ch - W Total harmonic distortion, THD - %

TH

T DH =D 10= %0.4% Output power, PO/ch - W Total power dissipation within the board, Pd - W, [Example] When the IC supply voltage, VCC, is ±44V and RL is 6Ω, the total power dissipation, Pd, within the hybrid IC, will be a maximum of 130W at 1kHz for a continuous sine wave signal according to the Pd-PO characteristics. For the music signals normally handled by audio amplifiers, a value of 1/8PO max is generally used for Pd as an estimate of the power dissipation based on the type of continuous signal. (Note that the factor used may differ depending on the safety standard used.) This is: Pd ≈ 87W (when 1/8PO max. = 12.5W, PO max. = 150W). The number of power transistors in audio amplifier block of these hybrid ICs, N, is 4, and the thermal resistance per transistor, θj-c, is 1.6°C/W. Therefore, the required heat sink thermal resistance for a guaranteed ambient temperature, Ta, of 50°C will be as follows. From formula (1)' θc-a < (125 − 50)/87 < 0.86 From formula (2)' θc-a < (150 − 50)/87 − 1.6/4 < 0.74 Therefore, the value of 0.74°C/W, which satisfies both of these formulae, is the required thermal resistance of the heat sink. Note that this thermal design example assumes the use of a constant-voltage power supply, and is therefore not a verified design for any particular user’s end product.

STK433-100 Series Standby Control, Mute Control, Load-short Protection & DC

offset Protection application STK433-100 series (*1) The current flowing into the Stand-by pin (#13) must not exceed the maximum rated value (IST max). Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 -PRE -VCC +VCC OUT OUT OUT OUT +PRE SUB GND IN NF ST-BY NF IN12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 1kΩ 56kΩ6 .8kΩ 56kΩ6.8kΩ 33kΩ Stand-by Control (ex) (*1) H: Operation Mode (+5V) 13kΩ L: Stand-by Mode (0V) 33μF 2kΩ /10V Ch2 IN Load short protection 10kΩ circuit GND 22kΩ56kΩ 10kΩ Ch1 IN Latch upcircuit 10kΩ 1kΩ0.1μF +VC C (*4) 2.2kΩ Mute Control R2 H: Single Mute 10kΩ 100k L: Normal Ω GND Ch2 OUT 82kΩ +5V GND Standby Control -VC C GND 22μF 100 82kΩ 22μF kΩ Mute +5V Control Ch1 OUT DC offset protection MUTE ST-BY PLAY MUTE ST-BY No. A1596-8/11 56kΩ 0.22Ω/2W 56kΩ 0.22Ω/2W,

STK433-100 Series Application Explanation STK433-100 series

Stand-by Circuit SW transistor in Pre Driver IC ΔVBE 1) Stand-by control circuit part Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 H: Operation mode (+5V) -PRE -VCC +VCC OUT(+) OUT(-) OUT(+) OUT(-) +PRE SUB GND IN NF ST-BY NF IN L: Stand-by mode (0V) 12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 1kΩ 56kΩ 6.8kΩ 56kΩ 6.8kΩ 33kΩ (*1) R1 Tr5 Stand-By Control IST 13kΩ Voltage VST 33μF 2kΩ Tr1 Tr2

Point.B Point.B

Point.C Point.C 22kΩ 56kΩ (2) Load short I3 detection part I2 Tr4 1kΩ (*4) R2 0.1μF10kΩ Tr3 (3) Latch-up 100kΩ circuit part -VCC 82kΩ Tr5

Tr6OUT Ch1 OUT Ch2

22μF 10082kΩ 22μF kΩ (4) DC offset protection

The protection circuit application for the STK433-100sr consists of the following blocks (blocks (1) to (4)).

(1) Standby control circuit block (2) Load short-circuit detection block (3) Latch-up circuit block (4) DC voltage protection block 1) Standby control circuit block (Reference example) STK433-100 series test circuit (when +5V is applied to Stand-by control.) 1kΩ (*3) 1) Stand-by control H: Operation mode (+5V) L: Stand-by mode (0V) 33kΩ (*1) R1

Stand-By Control 13kΩ Voltage VST

33μF 2kΩ (*3) ΔVBE (*2)

Sink current IST

12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 ex) Stand-by control voltage=+5V -PRE -VCC +VCC Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 +PRE SUB GND Ch1 Ch1 ST-BY Ch2 Ch2 IST=(VST-VBE*2)/R1 OUT OUT OUT OUT IN NF NF IN =(5-0.6*2)/13kΩ

ΔVBE ≈0.3(mA) STK433-100series Stand-by Circuit

in Pre Driver IC

Concerning pin 13 reference voltage VST

<1> Operation mode

The switching transistor in the bias circuit turns on and places the amplifier into the operating mode when the

current flowing into pin 13 (IST) becomes 0.25mA or greater. <2> Standby mode

When the current flowing into pin 13 (IST) is stopped (=0mA), the switching transistor in the bias circuit turns

off, placing the amplifier into the standby mode. (*1) The current limiting resistor (R1) must be used to ensure that the current flowing into the stand-by pin (pin 13) does not exceed its maximum rated value IST max. (*2) The pop noise level when the power is turned on can be reduced by setting the time constant with a capacitor in operating mode. (*3) Determines the time constant at which the capacitor (*2) is discharged in standby mode. No. A1596-9/11 56kΩ 0.22Ω/2W 56kΩ 0.22Ω/2W, 2) Load short-circuit detection block Since the voltage between point B and point C is less than 0.6V in normal operation mode (VBE < 0.6V) and TR1 (or TR2) is not activated, the load short-circuit detection block does not operate. When a load short-circuit occurs, however, the voltage between point B and point C becomes larger than 0.6V, causing TR1 (or TR2) to turn on (VBE > 0.6V), and current I2 to flows. 3) Latch-up circuit block TR3 is activated when I2 is supplied to the latch-up circuit. When TR3 turns on and current I3 starts flowing, VST goes down to 0V (standby mode), protecting the power amplifier. Since TR3 and TR4 configure a thyristor, once TR3 is activated, the IC is held in the standby mode. To release the standby mode and reactivate the power amplifier, it is necessary to set the standby control voltage temporarily low (0V). Subsequently, when the standby control is returned to high, the power amplifier will become active again. (*4) The I3 value varies depending on the supply voltage. Determine the value of R2 using the formula below, so that I1 is equal to or less than I3. I1 ≤ I3 = VCC/R2 4) DC offset protection block The DC offset protection circuit is activated when ±0.5V (typ) voltage is applied to either "OUT CH1" or "OUT CH2," and the hybrid IC is shut down (standby mode). To release the IC from the standby mode and reactivate the power amplifier, it is necessary to set the standby control voltage temporarily low (0V). Subsequently, when the standby control is returned to high (+5V, for example), the power amplifier will become active again. The protection level must be set using the 82kΩ resistor. Furthermore, the time constant must be determined using 22μ//22μ capacitors to prevent the amplifier from malfunctioning due to the audio signal.

STK433-100 Series BTL Application

STK433-100-E series Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 Ch1 Ch1 Ch2 Ch2 (*1) The current flowing into the Stand-by pin (#13) must -PRE -VCC +VCC OUT OUT OUT OUT +PRE SUB GND IN NF ST-BY NF IN not exceed the maximum rated value (IST max). 12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 100Ω 0.22Ω 0.22Ω /1W 56kΩ 100pF (*1) R1 Stand-By Control 56kΩ Voltage VST 3pF 100μF 100μF 3pF 1.8kΩ 1.8kΩ /100V /100V 100Ω/1W 100μF GND 10μF 10μF /100V /10V /10V 1kΩ Ch1 IN -VCC +VCC 2.2μF/50V 33μF 33μF 56kΩ 3μH 3μH 4.7Ω 4.7Ω 0.1μF 0.1μF 4.7Ω/1W 4.7Ω /1W RL=8Ω

OUT

No. A1596-10/11 56kΩ 470pF, SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. assumes no responsibility for equipment failures that result from using products at values that exceed, even momentarily, rated values (such as maximum ratings, operating condition ranges, or other parameters) listed in products specifications of any and all SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. products described or contained herein. SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. strives to supply high-quality high-reliability products, however, any and all semiconductor products fail or malfunction with some probability. It is possible that these probabilistic failures or malfunction could give rise to accidents or events that could endanger human lives, trouble that could give rise to smoke or fire, or accidents that could cause damage to other property. When designing equipment, adopt safety measures so that these kinds of accidents or events cannot occur. Such measures include but are not limited to protective circuits and error prevention circuits for safe design, redundant design, and structural design. In the event that any or all SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. products described or contained herein are controlled under any of applicable local export control laws and regulations, such products may require the export license from the authorities concerned in accordance with the above law. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or any information storage or retrieval system, or otherwise, without the prior written consent of SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. Any and all information described or contained herein are subject to change without notice due to product/technology improvement, etc. When designing equipment, refer to the "Delivery Specification" for the SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. product that you intend to use. Information (including circuit diagrams and circuit parameters) herein is for example only; it is not guaranteed for volume production. Upon using the technical information or products described herein, neither warranty nor license shall be granted with regard to intellectual property rights or any other rights of SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. or any third party. SANYO Semiconductor Co.,Ltd. shall not be liable for any claim or suits with regard to a third party's intellectual property rights which has resulted from the use of the technical information and products mentioned above. This catalog provides information as of November, 2009. Specifications and information herein are subject to change without notice. PS No. A1596-11/11]
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