Loudspeaker Protection

Posted on May 21, 2012

The detector circuit shown in Figure 1 (1) is simple and works well, and as shown will not trigger with a 30V RMS signal at 5Hz, but operates in 60ms with 30V DC applied, and in 50mS with a 45V DC supply. This should be sufficient for most applications, and allows the use of a non-polarised electrolytic capacitor in the filter. These are cheap, small and quite adequate for this purpose.

Loudspeaker Protection
Click here to download the full size of the above Circuit.

This is the most important of the functions. It must be capable of detecting a DC offset of either polarity, and be immune to the effects of asymmetrical waveforms and low frequencies. This is a common requirement, and it is most expedient to use a simple

Leave Comment

characters left:

New Circuits



Popular Circuits

Car Wiper Controller
Solar-Powered High Efficiency Battery Charger
Making a BD139 voltage follower buffer
Siren Driver circuit
Beginning Embedded Electronics - 2
Cooling fan control socket synchronous circuit diagram