Electricity: electrical systems and devices – Safety and protection of systems and devices – With specific current responsive fault sensor
A method and a circuit for protecting a transistor that controls the supply of an at least partially inductive load, including lowering the demagnetization voltage of the inductive load with respect to a demagnetization voltage set by a break-over component connected between a conduction terminal and the control terminal of the transistor.
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Jackson Stephen W
Jorgenson Lisa K.
Seed IP Law Group PLLC
Tarleton E. Russell
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