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Old 12th September 2002, 08:32 PM   #1
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Default What is a peripheral protector??

it says in my datasheet that i can add one but it might help if knew what they were.
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Old 12th September 2002, 08:36 PM   #2
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Old 12th September 2002, 08:41 PM   #3
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Default Ummmm....

*Looks at his feet....then his hands...* i seem to be missing both. No really is this an output protection device? I want to protect my amps but i don't want a super complicated circuit just something so my amp won't overdrive itself if i turn the volume up too far.
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Old 12th September 2002, 08:44 PM   #4
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I could help if we knew which datasheet...

Maybe a peripheral protector is somebody who is very concerned about the wellbeing of printers, scanners and orphaned barcode readers?

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Old 12th September 2002, 08:46 PM   #5
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*Giggels* Ummm....yeeeees it's the datasheet for the "STK086G".
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Old 12th September 2002, 08:56 PM   #6
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www25.brinkster.com/cryingdragon/amp/stk084g.pdf
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Old 12th September 2002, 10:20 PM   #7
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Default It's an opto-coupled "connector"

I guess --- since folks are trying to connect more external devices via the serial or parallel port you don't want voltages or overloads on these ports. Instead of a card for these ports they are incorporated right into the motherboard. Thus, you can fritz the entire thing with an over-voltage, or too much current draw. There was a design in one of the popular US DIY electronics magazines using HP Opto's and some quad comparators a couple years ago. Separate grounds for both sides.
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Old 13th September 2002, 03:25 AM   #8
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Umm...ok but thats computers....What does it have to do with a hybrid amp IC?
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Old 13th September 2002, 08:37 AM   #9
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Default External protection

I think they mean adding relays, fuses and things to protect the speakers.
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