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Laser light intensity control device, laser light intensity control method, and image forming apparatus

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #7822083.

A disclosed laser light intensity control device includes a semiconductor laser configured to scan a photoconductor by emitting laser beams and form an electrostatic latent image, a temperature detection circuit configured to detect a temperature of the semiconductor laser, a light intensity detection circuit configured to detect a light intensity of the laser beams emitted from the semiconductor laser, a first drive circuit configured to supply the semiconductor laser with a first current that drives the semiconductor laser, a second drive circuit configured to supply the semiconductor laser with a second current that is superimposed on the first current, and a control circuit configured to control the first drive circuit and the second drive circuit.

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