chip TDA 1552Q question

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  1. stoppage

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  2. GopherT

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    This chip will easily fit in a pcb. The leads are just long and the chip does not sit flat on the board, it is tipped 90 degrees along a long edge of the chip. Look at the image of the chip on the second to last page of the datasheet. All pins are a standard 0.1". No problem on a pcb for this chip.
     
  3. stoppage

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    Tipping the chip by 90 degrees does not change the pin geometry....the pins are not diagonally opposite. The second last page does not display chip on PCB.
     
  4. GopherT

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    It does not display it on a pcb but it does display the chip and its pins in fron view and side view.

    The chip is the size of an quad op amp but all pins come out of one side, 0.05" apart. Then, every other pin is offset by 0.3" to prevent any two pins from being close.

    Here is a photo of the chip.
     
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