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Patent
Green Technology Ltd Co. | Date: 2015-07-20

The invention is directed to a low-dropout voltage regulator (LDO), including a power transistor, a driving stage circuit, a feedback circuit, a bias power source and an auxiliary reference current generation circuit. The power transistor is controlled by a driving signal to convert an input voltage into an output voltage. The feedback circuit generates a feedback voltage according to the output voltage. The driving stage circuit generates the driving signal according to the feedback voltage and the reference voltage. The bias power source provides a bias current. The auxiliary reference current generation circuit is configured to sample an output current, adjust the sampled output current to generate an adjustment current by means of mapping and superpose the adjustment current onto the bias current to generate a reference current to control drive capability of the driving stage circuit.


Patent
Green Technology Ltd Co. | Date: 2014-05-13

Systems and methods for extracting recoverable materials from source materials are provided. Source materials are introduced into a furnace. A condition is created within the furnace in which a gaseous pressure within the furnace is less than an atmospheric pressure outside of the furnace by removing air from within the furnace with a vacuum pump. Hydrocarbons contained within the source material are separated from the source material without using a significant amount of water by heating the source material to a temperature sufficient to cause the hydrocarbons to liquefy or vaporize. The liquefied hydrocarbons or vaporized hydrocarbons are then captured.


Patent
Green Technology Ltd Co. | Date: 2015-05-07

A cable drop compensation circuit includes a current detection circuit, a compensation judgment circuit, and a compensation circuit. The current detection circuit detects a load current supplied to a load by a DC output circuit, so as to generate a current detection signal. The compensation judgment circuit receives the current detection signal, and generates a judgment signal when judging the load current higher than a predetermined compensation value. When receiving the judgment signal, the compensation circuit generates a compensation signal. In response to the compensation signal, the DC output circuit raises an output voltage by a compensation voltage.


Patent
Green Technology Ltd Co. | Date: 2015-09-09

Disclosed is an underwater camera, including: a casing having an accommodation space for a camera module; a connector coupled to a first side of the casing and transferring a signal output from the camera module to a controller; a lens connected to the lens and coupled to a second side of the casing in a manner that a periphery portion of the lens is embedded in the second side of the casing; a sealing means coupled to the second side of the casing and preventing water from entering into the casing and from reaching the lens; and a valve coupled to the first side of the casing and having a hose connected to a sealed space provided between the sealing means and a surface of the second side of the casing, thereby discharging air from the sealed space and supplying an inert gas into the sealed space.


Patent
Green Technology Ltd Co. | Date: 2015-06-10

A delay circuit includes a current circuit, a first current mirror circuit, a second current mirror circuit, a self-compensation circuit, and a delay capacitor. A fixed ratio is between the first current and the second current provided by the current circuit. The first current mirror circuit generates a first mirror current in response to the first current. A partial current of the second current flowing through the second current mirror circuit is a base current, and the second current mirror circuit generates a second mirror current in response to the base current. The self-compensation circuit generates a feedback current in response to the second mirror current. The delay capacitor generates a delay signal. The charging current is equal to the second current subtracting the base current. The first mirror current is the sum of the base current, the second mirror current, and the feedback current.

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