Thank you for taking some time to read this. I've recently come across a nice constant voltage/current source (http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/115/AP4306A_B_C-271586.pdf) called an AP4306. Upon reading its datasheet, I was interested in the fact that it could potentially (I think) be used as a voltage comparator with a built in voltage reference. I'm putting together a over-discharge circuit for a lithium polymer battery which will be done with a voltage reference, voltage divider, MOSFET, and an op amp.
My major hangup is this block diagram:
I'm not interested in actually using this device as much as I'm interested on why it can work when it's tying the outputs of those two op amps together, wouldn't that just make this device a magic smoke generator? (Obviously not, but right now I don't know why)
Let me know what your thoughts are if you'd like, thank you for your time!