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6283 Stereo Audio Amplifier Module


The 6283 module is a high-power stereo audio amplifier based on a single IC, which is specifically designed for portable audio devices, and offers two integrated channels.

IC 6283 comes in a SIP (Single Inline Package) and includes a built-in thermal shutdown protection circuit.

The module provides a 2.5W audio output at 9V Vcc, while delivering a higher output of 4.6W at 12V Vcc.

The compact size of this low-cost amplifier board allows for easy installation, particularly when used with a heat sink.

It can be integrated into various audio amplifier devices, including FM radios, MP3/USB players, CD/DVD players, DTH systems, tape recorders, car stereos, and televisions, among others.

This article will provide detailed information about Stereo Audio Amplifier Module 6283, including specifications, IC pin configuration, circuit diagram, and more. Let's get started!

IC 6283 Module Specifications

The quick specification of a single IC 6283 stereo audio amplifier is given below:

  • Type: Class-D
  • IC Used: CD6283 or TDA6283
  • Operating Voltage Min: DC 6V
  • Operating Voltage Max: DC 15V
  • Operating Current Max: 2 Amp
  • Output Channel: 2x
  • Output Power Max: 4.6 W + 4.6 W (at 4Ω)
  • Noise: Low popping noise at power ON
  • High Amplification Efficiency: 85%

Pinout of 6283 IC

IC 6283 contains only 12 pins, all arranged in a single inline package. Due to its internal circuit design, it requires a minimum number of external electronic components to form a powerful stereo amplifier.

IC 6283 Module Circuit diagram

Schematic of the single IC 6283 stereo audio amplifier module circuit is shown below.

Components are used - IC 6283 (1 pcs), 47µF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor (5 pcs), 0.1µF Ceramic Capacitor (4 pcs), 470µF 16V Electrolytic Capacitor (2 pcs), 0.47µF Ceramic Capacitor (2 pcs), 10Ω Resistor (2 pcs), 100Ω Resistor (2 pcs), 1kΩ Resistor (2 pcs), 1N4007 Diode (4 pcs), 2200µF 25V Electrolytic Capacitor (1 pcs), and 4Ω Speaker (2 pcs).

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