datasheet for ic??

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  1. blackhole

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    Can anyone help me find datasheet for TDA2822 (2005z)????
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  2. t06afre

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    How about using Google:rolleyes: Your Google is as good as mine
     
  3. bertus

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    Hello,

    Here are two datasheets.(found at ICMASTER.COM ).
    One for the TDA2822D and one for the TDA2822M.

    Bertus
     
  4. blackhole

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    i found datasheet for TDA2822 but what about 2005z what is meaning??
     
  5. bertus

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    Hello,

    The 2005z can be a production code, like week and year (week 20 of 2005).

    Bertus
     
  6. t06afre

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    That may most probably be the batch number. It may say that the chip is produced in week 20 2005. But it could also mean something else.
     
  7. blackhole

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    thank you very much bertus ,
    i understood form you that TDA2822D equal to TDA2822 2005z??? and has a same pin diagram??
     
  8. t06afre

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    Then it comes to electronics never assume be sure. The TDA2822D is the SMD variant. It is compatible with DIP type. Most probably the pinnumbers are also the same. But check to be sure. I once assumed that a SMD opamp had the pin layout as the DIP type. But I was very wrong indeed:eek: Of course I found after the PCB was designed:mad:
    Ps do not worry about the 2005z marking. It is not described in the datasheet. So it is only important to the manufacturer.
     
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  9. blackhole

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    how i can check???
     
  10. t06afre

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    By reading the datasheet(s) and compare the two variants. Be aware that if this is a repair job. It will be quite a mess retro fitting a SMD type chip into a board designed for a DIP type chip.
     
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