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AP9060 (Obsolete)


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AP9060 is designed to protect the latest generation of PMICs for portable applications such as Smartphones, UMPCs and others that utilize battery power. The device, with its integrated low resistance p-channel MOSFET, operates as a switch and passes the input voltage through to the output till the input reaches a clamp voltage limit. Once VIN goes above the clamp limit, which is set to 11.15V, the output voltage gets clamped and the feedback loop maintains the clamped VOUT by reducing the drive to the p-channel FET. The output voltage is clamped at 11.15V to ensure that a following PMIC can detect a faulty charger and ensure safe and proper communication to the system. AP9060 also supports reverse operation whereby it can pass up to 1A of current from the PMIC to the load connected to the USB port. This makes AP9060 suitable for USB On-The-Go enab°C devices. The AP9060 protection device is available in a low-profile W-DFN1114-3 package with a typical height of 0.8mm.


  • Wide Input Voltage Range of 3V – 30V
  • Ultra-Low Bias Current
  • Integrated Low On-Resistance P-Channel FET
  • Output Voltage Clamped at 11.15V
  • PMOS Protection Mechanism – Removes EMI Issues Typically Associated with a NMOS Solution
  • Supports Reverse Current Operation (USB OTG)
  • Available in a W-DFN1114-3 Package
  • Totally Lead-Free & Fully RoHS Compliant
  • Halogen and Antimony Free. “Green” Device
  • Application(s)

  • Power Interface for New Generation PMICs
  • Charger Front-End Protection
  • Smartphones
  • UMPC
  • Portable Applications
  • Product Specifications

    Product Parameters

    Application Power Interface for New Generation PMICs
    Compliance (Only Automotive supports PPAP) Standard
    Function Charger Front End Protection
    Input Supply Range (V) 3 to 30
    AEC Qualified No

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