Good day. Can you please help us with the below information needed for TLV333.
1.Output voltage High
2.Differential input voltage value
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The TLV333 maximum linear output voltage swing is specified in the AOL condition to be 100 mV from the rail: (V+) -100mV, while typical non-linear output swing (resulting in large increase in the input offset voltage) is within 30mV - see below.
TLV333 is a zero-drift op amp with auto-zero self-calibration, which should NOT be used as a comparator by pulling the input terminals apart. Taking the inputs more than 0.5V apart will forward bias one of parasitic diodes inside the front-end input stage as shown below. This may lead to TLV333 damage unless the input current is limited to 10mA or less.
The maximum differential input voltage may be back-calculated based on the information given above. Since there is total of 20kohm between the input terminal, as shown in Fig 20, the max Vin_diff=20k*10mA=200V. Just please be aware that exposure to absolute maximum rated conditions for extended periods of time may affect device reliability - see below.