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==Overview==
 
==Overview==

Latest revision as of 16:10, 8 July 2019

Raspberry pi HD Audio X450
Raspberry pi HD Audio X450
Raspberry pi HD Audio X450
Raspberry pi HD Audio X450
Switching power supply for X450


Overview

X450 DAC+AMP Expansion Board

Features

Item Description
Compatible with Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+/ 2 Model B / 3 Model B / 3 Model B+
Operating System Moode Audio Player
OSMC
Openelec
Raspbian Jessie
Volumio
Pi Core Player
Key Features Full-HD audio – up to 24-bit/192kHz playback
Audiophile ESS Technology Sabre premier stereo DAC ES9023
ES9023 delivers jitter-free studio quality audio with 112dB DNR
Built in High quality Class-D stereo audio amplifiers (TI TPA3116D2 x2)
Up to 2×100W Into a 4-Ω BTL Load at 21Vdc
Capable of driving 4 Ohm speakers (also works with higher impedance speakers)
Uses the Texas Instruments ultra-low-noise voltage regulator (output noise< 10μVRMS)
Uses the Texas Instruments high efficiency step-Down DC converter (up to 95%)
6V~26Vdc converted to 5.1V, 3A to power the Raspberry Pi
Uses the genuine ALPS RK163 series potentiometer for smooth volume adjustment
Built in high quality IR sensor (Vishay -the world's leading supplier of infrared receivers)
Onboard 3.5mm stereo headphone jack allowing audio input form other audio devices
Onboard pluggable speaker & power screw terminals
Onboard PH2.0 connector allowing to connect a lighted power switch
Onboard XH2.54 connector providing 5V output to power other devices
Onboard gold-plated high-current DC power jack (5.5x2.5mm)
Uses the digital I2S audio signals to reduce CPU load over USB audio solutions
Connects directly to the Raspberry Pi - No wiring required
Powers the Raspberry Pi - no additional power supply
Reserved Raspberry Pi GPIO pin header (2x13Pins)
Pop-noise can be improved by enabling GPIO control
AMP can be enabled / disabled with jumper link
Heat-sink attached to amplifiers for perfect heat dissipation
Specification Power supply: 6-26Vdc,≥3A recommended
GPIO used : LRCK - IO19, BCK - IO18, DATA - IO21, IR - IO26, AMP mute - IO22
Analog audio input level via onboard headphone jack : 2V RMS
Amplifier max output power: 2×100W at 4Ω BTL Load at 21Vdc
Resolution/Sampling Rate: upto 24bit / 192KHz (Raspberry Pi I2S)
PCB size 87 x 56mm
Note WARNING:
Do not apply power to your Raspberry Pi via the PI's Micro USB socket.

Packing List

  • 1 x X450
  • 1 x Installation screw pack

Document

How to use: http://suptronics.com/miniPCkits/x450-software.html

Power Supply

This is single output 24V 10A 250W Switching power supply, and it can provide upto 250W power output.

Generay Specification

Item Description
Model S-250-24
DC output voltage, current 24V, 0~10A
Wave and noise 150mVp-p
Inlet wire stability ±1%
Load stability ±1%
Efficiency 81.50%
Adjustable range for DC voltage ±10%
Input voltage range 90~132VAC / 180~264VAC by Switch
Impact current (Cold start current) 25A/114VAC 50A/230VAC
OverLoad protection 105% ~ 135% cut off the output, automatic recovery
Over voltage protection 115%~150% shut down O/P voltage, re-power on the recovery
Setup, rise, hold up time 200ms, 50ms, 16ms/230vac at full load
Withstand voltage I/P-O/P 1.5kV I/P-FG 1.5kV O/P-FG 0.5kV 1minute
Isolation resistance I/P-O/P I/P-FG O/P-FG 500VDC/100MΩ
Working temperature -10℃ ~ +50℃
Dimension 215 x 115 x 50mm

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Anonymous user #1

9 days ago
Score 0++
Is there anyway to control the volume through software