Overload recovery is defined as the time required for the operational amplifier output to recover from a saturated state to a linear state. The output devices of the operational amplifier enter a saturation region when the output voltage exceeds the rated operating voltage, because of the high input voltage or high gain. Once one of the output devices enters the saturation region, the output stage requires additional time to return to the linear operating state which is referred to as overload recovery time. After the output stage returns to its linear operating state, the amplifier begins to slew at the specified slew rate. Therefore, the propagation delay (in case of an overload condition) is the sum of the overload recovery time and the slew time. The overload recovery time for the TLV904x family is approximately 13-µs typical.