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1999\07\08@155729 by Vic Lopez

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Hi, does anybody now the manufacturer of this chip: CA810M ? This is an
audio power amplifier but I don't know who the manufacturer is. I need to
know so that I can download the datasheets. Thanks. Best Wishes.

1999\07\08@165258 by Lynx {Glenn Jones}

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Im pretty sure RCA manufactures parts that begin with CA

On Wed, 7 Jul 1999, Vic Lopez wrote:

> Hi, does anybody now the manufacturer of this chip: CA810M ? This is an
> audio power amplifier but I don't know who the manufacturer is. I need to
> know so that I can download the datasheets. Thanks. Best Wishes.
>

1999\07\08@173225 by Mark Walsh

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Hi, does anybody now the manufacturer of this chip: CA810M ? This is an
audio power amplifier but I don't know who the manufacturer is. I need to
know so that I can download the datasheets. Thanks. Best Wishes.

That sounds like one of the parts RCA made back in the 1970's.  You might
find a replacement or data sheet from Harris, unless someone kept their old
RCA data books.  I have a 1974 book of app notes, but I didn't see that part
number listed.

Mark Walsh

1999\07\08@210944 by Peter van Hoof

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<x-flowed>The best I could do for you is find the ecg equivalent ecg1115
But I could not find data for that either

Sorry

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1999\07\08@234010 by Richard Prosser

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I'm pretty sure RCA was the manufacturer - but can't find any data in the
Harris datasheets etc.

I've also got a recollection of an equivalent ? - Philips TDA (or was it
TAA)810. Can't find any info on that either   - and I could be wrong anyway.
I think we used them in mobile radios in about 1978 - anyone in NZ remember
the Pye P125 "squeaker"

Richard

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1999\07\09@041936 by doxey

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Found this on the net....

It might help

TBA810AS (unknown manufacturer) It's from SGS. From the 1975/76 manual
"Consumer Trasistors & ICs": 7 W Audio power amplifier with thermal
shut-down. Intented for use as low freq. class B amplifier. 7W@16V-4Ohm,
6W@14.4V-4Ohm, 2.5W@9V- 4Ohm, 1W@6V-4Ohm. Up to 20 V power supply, up to
2.5 A output current. Short circuit protected. 1-Supply, 2-nc, 3-nc,
GROUND, 4-bootstrap, 5-compensation, 6- feedback, 7-ripple rejection,
8-input, 9-ground (substrate), GROUND, 10-Ground, 11-nc, 12-output.


Keith Doxey
http://www.btinternet.com/~krazy.keith
Krazy Keith's World of DIY Home Automation

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1999\07\09@171122 by fernteix

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Try old RCA now Harris

Teixeira

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Subject: (OT) Who is the manufacturer?


>Hi, does anybody now the manufacturer of this chip: CA810M ? This is an
>audio power amplifier but I don't know who the manufacturer is. I need to
>know so that I can download the datasheets. Thanks. Best Wishes.
>

1999\07\23@104944 by Brian Aase

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A search of the 1983 IC master says yes, this is an RCA part...
it is described as a "7 watt audio power amplifier"
Possible other sources are ST (SGS-Thomson) and Hitachi.
Look for their part TBA810.  The ST data book notes that this part
is Not Recommended For New Designs, but they might still
have some residual stock.

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