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What are the differences between "Absolute Maximum Ratings" and "Operating Ranges"?

Absolute Maximum Ratings

The rated values that, in order to maintain an IC's life and reliability, must not be exceeded even for a moment 

Operating Ranges

These are electrical conditions that must be observed to ensure proper operation.
If any one of the operating ranges is exceeded, the IC operation cannot be guaranteed. Be sure to use ICs within the respective operating ranges. If it is difficult to do so, select other ICs with appropriate operating ranges.

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