I need to make a simple differential opamp amplifier driving it with 12V and ground. I use it as a substractor circuit and in normal operation the result is always possitive. But, if by accident the result is negative, will the opamp be damaged or something?
I say accident because one of the two inputs is driven by a pot. So if by accident the voltage that is set is of higher level than the one at the other input, then the result even momentarily would need to go at negative side.