I have an application circuit I am attempting to use. There is a small series RC shunt between the output leads, which I am assuming is a snubber. I am not sure what power rating I should use for the resistor. Clearly, the capacitor should be rated higher than the maximum output voltage of the amplifier, so say 4/3 or 5/3 times Vcc, so at least 35V. Should I go for more voltage, as this is meant to suppress high-voltage transients? What sort of power dissipation am I looking at for the resistor?
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