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Part Number: LM7171
For this device, I assume there are input protection diodes to positive and from negative supply.
Any additional considerations to guard against latchup event?
Should I also limit input current? It isn't clear from datasheet.
There should not be a latchup event during normal operating conditions specified in the datasheet. Would you be attempting to protect the device against EOS or power supply overvoltage condition where specifications would go above the absolute maximum ratings of the amplifier?
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In reply to SimaJalaleddine:
what do you mean by "EOS"?
In reply to kai klaas69:
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