I designed a small circuit to drive LEDs with a classical constant current source (transistor and opamp). Then I realized, that a colleague using this circuit might do something wrong and tries to drive a super high current through the LEDs (SW problems we all now). The LEDs would die. To avoid this I want to limit the input signal (the voltage at the non-inverting input). What do you think about this protection circuitry?
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