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Thermal protection system for an output stage of an amplifier










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6927626.

Disclosed is a thermal protection circuit for an amplifier generating an amplified AC output signal. The thermal protection circuit may be powered by an amplifier power supply used to power the output stage. The amplifier power supply may be referenced to ground. The thermal protection circuit includes a power conditioner for providing regulated power rails to the other components of the thermal protection circuit. The regulated power rails may be referenced to the amplified AC output signal.








 
 
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