What conditions are you talking about?
You need to keep it properly powered.
You need to configure the circuit properly for what you are trying to do.
You need to get the signal to it reliably.
You need to operate it within it's spec'ed range for things like voltage, temperature, load, etc.
It would help if you describe the problem you are trying to solve.
What do you mean by "a differential circuit"? How does a timer fit into such a task?I just needed the RC conditions for an differential circuit
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