A power supply system including a thermal current limiting device operating due to high temperatures. At predetermined temperatures, the device acts to incrementally control the output of a power supply. An implementation of the device may be found in a voltage or power regulator wherein a constant output voltage or power is desired. As temperature increases, the power supply system is not switched off, rather current output is adjusted in a controlled manner thereby eliminating the need for the device to be entirely shut down for a time period. A back-up battery is used to provide supplementing current needed by the load.
* 9,356,461 Methods and systems for rapid wireless charging where the low state of charge (SOC) temperature dependent charging current and low SOC temperature limit are higher than the high SOC temperature dependent charging current and high SOC temperature limit
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