Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV3704, TLV3494, LF411
I'm looking for some technical rationale for the common-mode voltage limit of Vcc-1.5V.
I have a legacy design that breaks this rule, but has worked just fine. (Vcc =3.3V, Vcm = 2.5V) I recently came across this limitation in the datasheet.
I am wondering why the limitation exists (from a part design perspective) and what failure modes (if any) are expected if this is exceeded.
This limitation is not noted as an absolute max in the datasheet. Is this stressing the part in some way?