AP9234L

AP9234L
HIGH ACCURACY SINGLE CHIP SOLUTION FOR 1-CELL Li+ BATTERY PACK
Description
Pin Assignments
ADVANCED INFORMATION
The AP9234L family is a single-chip protection solution specially
designed for 1-cell Li+ rechargeable battery pack application.
(Top View)
The AP9234L includes a 1-cell high accuracy Li+ battery protection
chip and dual N-CH, ultra low RSS(ON) MOSFET with common drain.
The AP9234L provides rich battery protection features and can turnoff the N-Channel MOSFET by detecting overcharge voltage/current,
overdischarge voltage/current, or load short circuit. AP9234 has builtin fixed delay time to save external components.
S1
1
VSS
VDD
6
S2
2
5
VM
3
4
DS
EP
The AP9234L integrates highly accurate detection circuits and can
compensate according to internal MOSFET RSS(ON) performance to
ensure extremely high charge/discharge current accuracy under both
room and full temperature.
U-DFN2535-6
AP9234L is available in U-DFN2535-6 package.
Features
Applications

High-Voltage CMOS Process, up to 24V (VDD to VM)


Low Quiescent Current (+25°C )
o

Li+ Rechargeable Battery Pack
Operation Mode: 3.0µA Typ. VDD = 3.5V
o
Power-Down Mode: 0.01µA Typ.
High Accuracy Voltage Detection (+25°C )
o

Overcharge Detection Voltage: 3.5V to 4.5V (5mV/step)
Accuracy -15mV, +25mV
o
Overcharge Release Voltage: 3.4V to 4.4V (50mV/step)
Accuracy ±50mV
o
Overdischarge Detection Voltage: 2.0V to 3.4V (10mV/step)
Accuracy ±35mV
o
Overdischarge Release Voltage: 2.7V to 3.4V (40mV/step)
Accuracy ±65mV (No Power-down Mode)
o
Discharge Overcurrent Detection Voltage: 0.03V to 0.19V
(10mV/step) Accuracy ±12mV
o
Short Current Detection Voltage: 0.16V to 0.32V (50mV/step)
Accuracy ±50mV
o
Charge Overcurrent Detection Voltage: -0.19V to -0.03V
(10mV/step) Accuracy ±12mV
o
Over Charger Detection Voltage: 8.0V (fixed) Accuracy ±2.0V
o
Over Charger Release Voltage: 7.3V (fixed) Accuracy ±2.0V
High Accuracy Current Detection (+25°C )
Charge/Discharge current limit: ±2A

Built-in Delay Time (+25°C ), Accuracy ±20%

Auto-wake-up Function (No Power Down)

0V Battery Charge Selectable (Permission or Inhibition)

Overcharge Protection Mode Selectable (Auto Release or Latch)

Totally Lead-Free & Fully RoHS Compliant (Notes 1 & 2)

Halogen and Antimony Free. “Green” Device (Note 3)
Notes:
1. No purposely added lead. Fully EU Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS) & 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2) compliant.
2. See http://www.diodes.com/quality/lead_free.html for more information about Diodes Incorporated’s definitions of Halogen- and Antimony-free, "Green"
and Lead-free.
3. Halogen- and Antimony-free "Green” products are defined as those which contain <900ppm bromine, <900ppm chlorine (<1500ppm total Br + Cl) and
<1000ppm antimony compounds.
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Typical Applications Circuit (Note 4)
ADVANCED INFORMATION
B+
P+
R1
330Ω to 470Ω
DS
VDD
BAT
U1
AP9234L
(U-DFN2535-6)
C1
100nF
C2
100nF
(Option)
VM
VSS
R2
2.7kΩ
S1
S2
B-
P-
C3 100nF
(Option)
Note: 4. R1 and C1 are used to stabilize the supply voltage of the AP9234L. The recommended range of R1 value is 330Ω to 470Ω and C1 value is 10nF to 1000nF,
typical value is 100nF. R2 should be connected between P- to VM sense terminal to monitor the status of charger and the charge/discharge current. The R2
should be between 300Ω and 4kΩ, typical value is 2.7kΩ. R1 and R2 are also used as current limit resistors if the battery or charger is connected reversely.
Polarity reversing may cause the power consumption of R1 and R2 to go over their power dissipation rating, therefore R1 and R2 values should be selected
appropriately for the actual application. If R2 is more than 4kΩ resistor, charge may not be off due to the voltage drop on R2.
For power down mode (please contact Diodes Inc. sales team), when first connecting AP9234L system board to the battery, it is necessary to use charger or
to short P- to the battery negative polarity. Once the AP9234L is activated, the charger or connection can be removed, otherwise the battery cannot discharge
current through system board.
The values selected should follow the recommended typical range mentioned above.
Pin Descriptions
Pin Number
Pin Name
1
S1
Source pin of discharging MOSFET, connecting this pin to battery negative pole
2
VSS
Negative power input.
3
VDD
Positive power supply pin, connecting this pin to battery positive pole through R1
4
DS
Test Pin, leave it open
5
VM
Charger negative input pin, short this pin to S2 pin through R2
6
S2
Source pin of charging MOSFET, connecting this pin to charge negative input
EP
D
Exposed PAD is common drain of charge and discharge MOSFET, so in PCB layout, prefer to use large
copper area to cover this pad for better thermal dissipation, then leave it open
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Functional Block Diagram
ADVANCED INFORMATION
DS
Test accelerate mode
0V
Charge
Option
Logic Circuit
VDD
Level Shift
Delay Time
Circuit
VSS
VM
Logic Circuit
RVMD
RVMS
G1
G2
S2
D1
D2
S1
S1
S2
EP
D
Absolute Maximum Ratings (Notes 5 & 6)
Symbol
Parameter
VDD
Supply Voltage (Between VDD and VSS)
VDS
DS Terminal Input Voltage
VDM
Charge Input Voltage (Between VDD and VM for Protection Chip)
VDSS
VGSS
Rating
Unit
-0.3 to 12
V
-0.3 to VDD+0.3
V
-0.3 to 24
V
MOSFET Drain-to-Source Voltage
24
V
MOSFET Gate-to-Source Voltage
±12
V
Continuous Drain Current, VGS=4.5V, TA = +25°C
9.0
A
Continuous Drain Current, VGS=4.5V, TA = +70°C
7.1
A
+150
°C
-65 to +150
°C
ID
TJ
TSTG
Notes:
Maximum Junction Temperature
Storage Temperature Range
5. Stresses beyond those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only and
functional operation of the device at these conditions is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect
device reliability.
6. Ratings apply to ambient temperature at +25°C. The JEDEC High-K board design used to derive this data was a 2 inch x 2 inch multilayer board with 2ounce internal power and ground planes and 2-ounce copper traces on the top and bottom of the board.
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Recommended Operating Conditions
ADVANCED INFORMATION
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
VDD
Supply Voltage (between VDD and VSS)
1.5
5.5
V
VDM
Charge Input Voltage (between VDD and VM)
-0.3
5.5
V
Operating Ambient Temperature
-40
+85
°C
TA
Electrical Characteristics
Symbol
VCU
(TA = +25°C, VDD = 3.5V, VSS = 0V, R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 1.0kΩ, C1 = 100nF, unless otherwise specified.)
Parameter
Overcharge Detection Voltage
Conditions
VM=0V
VCL ≠ VCU
VCL
Overcharge Release Voltage
VCL = VCU
VDL
Overdischarge Detection Voltage
VM=0V
VDU ≠ VDL
VDU
Overdischarge Release Voltage
VDU = VDL
Min
VCU
- 0.015
VCL
- 0.050
VCL
- 0.015
VDL
- 0.035
VDU
- 0.065
VDU
- 0.035
VDOC
-0.012
VSHORT
-0.100
VCOC
-0.012
Typ
VCU
VCL
VCL
VDL
VDU
VDU
Max
VCU
+ 0.025
VCL
+ 0.050
VCL
+ 0.025
VDL
+ 0.035
VDU
+ 0.065
VDU
+ 0.035
VDOC
+0.012
VSHORT
+0.100
VCOC
+0.012
Units
V
V
V
V
V
V
Discharge Overcurrent Detection Voltage
VDD = 3.5V
Load Short Detection Voltage
VDD = 3.5V
VCOC
Charge Overcurrent Detection Voltage
VDD = 3.5V
ICC
Current Consumption during Operation
VDD=3.5V, VM=0V
-
3
4.5
μA
ISTB
Current Consumption at Standby
VDD=1.8V, VM Pin Floating
-
3.5
5.5
μA
RVMD
Resistance between VM Pin and VDD Pin
VDD=1.8V, VM=0V
150
300
500
kΩ
RVMS
Resistance between VM Pin and VSS Pin
VDD=3.5V, VM=1.0V
10
30
50
kΩ
V0CHA
0V Battery Charge Starting Charge Voltage
0V battery charging “available”
1.2
-
-
V
V0INH
0V Battery Charge Inhibition Battery Voltage
0V battery charging “unavailable”
-
-
0.45
V
Overvoltage Charge Detection Voltage
VDD=3.5V
6.0
8.0
10.0
V
VDD=3.5V
5.3
7.3
9.3
V
VDOC
VSHORT
VOVCHG
VOVCHGR Overvoltage Charge Release Voltage
VDOC
VSHORT
VCOC
V
V
V
tCU
Overcharge Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6->4.5V
800
1,000
1,200
ms
tCUR
Overcharge Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.6
2
2.4
ms
tDL
Overdischarge Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6->2.0V
92
115
138
ms
tDLR
Overdischarge Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.6
2
2.4
ms
tDOC
Discharge Overcurrent Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6V
8
10
12
ms
tDOCR
Discharge Overcurrent Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.6
2.0
2.4
ms
tSHORT
Load Short Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6V
288
360
432
μs
tCOC
Charge Overcurrent Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6V
8
10
12
ms
tCOCR
Charge Overcurrent Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.6
2
2.4
ms
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Electrical Characteristics (continued, Notes 7 & 8)
(TA = +25°C, VDD = 3.5V, VSS = 0V, R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 1.0kΩ, C1 = 100nF, unless otherwise specified.)
Symbol
ADVANCED INFORMATION
IDSS
Parameter
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Units
-
-
1.0
μA
Zero Gate Voltage Drain Current
VDS = 20V, VGS=0
RSS(ON)1
Static Source-Source On-Resistance 1
VDD = 4.0V, ID = 1.0A
10.4
13
15.2
mΩ
RSS(ON)2
Static Source-Source On-Resistance 2
VDD = 3.9V, ID = 1.0A
10.6
13.2
15.5
mΩ
RSS(ON)3
Static Source-Source On-Resistance 3
VDD = 3.0V, ID = 1.0A
11.1
13.9
16.3
mΩ
VSD
Diode Forward Voltage
VGS = 0V, IS = 1A
-
0.75
1.0
V
Icharge1
Charge Current Limit 1
VCC=4.0V
-4.01
-5.62
-8.17
A
Icharge2
Charge Current Limit 2
VCC=3.9V
-3.94
-5.53
-8.02
A
Icharge3
Charge Current Limit 3
VCC=3.0V
-3.74
-5.25
-7.66
A
Idischarge1
Discharge current limit 1
VCC=4.0V
3.42
4.92
7.31
A
Idischarge2
Discharge current limit 2
VCC=3.9V
3.35
4.85
7.17
A
Idischarge3
Discharge current limit 3
VCC=3.0V
3.19
4.60
6.85
A
Notes:
7. In case of Gate-Source voltage of charging MOSFET is 0V.In case of Gate-Source voltage of discharging MOSFET is 0V.
8. These specifications are guaranteed by design - will not be tested in production.
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Electrical Characteristics
(continued)
(TA= -40°C to +85°C, VDD = 3.5V, VSS = 0V, R1 = 220Ω, R2 = 1.0kΩ, C1 = 100nF, unless otherwise specified.)
Symbol
ADVANCED INFORMATION
VCU
Parameter
Overcharge Detection Voltage
Conditions
VM=0V
VCL ≠ VCU
VCL
Overcharge Release Voltage
VCL = VCU
VDL
Overdischarge Detection Voltage
VM=0V
VDU ≠ VDL
VDU
Overdischarge Release Voltage
VDU = VDL
Min
VCU
- 0.050
VCL
- 0.070
VCL
- 0.050
VDL
- 0.080
VDU
- 0.150
VDU
- 0.080
VDOC0.030
VSHORT
-0.10
VCOC0.040
Typ
VCU
VCL
VCL
VDL
VDU
VDU
Max
VCU
+ 0.040
VCL
+ 0.060
VCL
+ 0.040
VDL
+ 0.080
VDU
+ 0.190
VDU
+ 0.080
VDOC+
0.030
VSHORT
+0.10
VCOC+
0.040
Units
V
V
V
V
V
V
Discharge Overcurrent Detection Voltage
VDD = 3.5V
Load Short Detection Voltage
VDD = 3.5V
VCOC
Charge Overcurrent Detection Voltage
VDD = 3.5V
ICC
Current Consumption during Operation
VDD=3.5V, VM=0V
-
3.0
7.0
μA
Current Consumption at Standby
VDD =1.8V
VM Pin Floating
-
6
8
μA
RVMD
Resistance between VM Pin and VDD Pin
VDD=1.8V, VM=0V
100
300
650
kΩ
RVMS
Resistance between VM Pin and VSS Pin
VDD=3.5V, VM=1.0V
5
30
65
kΩ
V0CHA
0V Battery Charge Starting Charge Voltage
0 V battery charging “available”
1.2
-
-
V
V0INH
0V Battery Charge Inhibition Battery Voltage 0 V battery charging “unavailable”
-
-
0.3
V
VOVCHG
Overvoltage Charge Detection Voltage
VDD=3.5V
5.5
8.0
10.5
V
VOVCHGR
Overvoltage Charge Release Voltage
VDD=3.5V
5.0
7.3
9.5
V
tCU
Overcharge Detection Delay
Time
VCC=3.6->4.5V
600
1,000
1,400
ms
tCUR
Overcharge Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.2
2
2.8
ms
tDL
Overdischarge Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6->2.0V
69
115
161
ms
tDLR
Overdischarge Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.2
2
2.8
ms
tDOC
Discharge Overcurrent Detection Delay Time VCC=3.6V
6
10
14
ms
tDOCR
Discharge Overcurrent Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.2
2
2.8
ms
tSHORT
Load Short Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6V
216
360
504
μs
tCOC
Charge Overcurrent Detection Delay Time
VCC=3.6V
6
10
14
ms
tCOCR
Charge Overcurrent Release Delay Time
VM=0.0V
1.2
2
2.8
ms
VDOC
VSHORT
ISTB
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VCOC
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Performance Characteristics (Note 9)
22
O
TA=+125 C
IO=1A
VM=0
O
16
VDD=3.5V
RSS(ON) (m)
18
RSS(ON) (m)
IO=1A
20
VM=0
18
VDD=4.0V
VDD=3.0V
VDD=3.9V
14
TA=+85 C
16
O
TA=25 C
14
12
12
10
O
TA= -40 C
10
-40
-25
-10
5
20
35
50
65
80
95
110
125
3.0
O
Temperature ( C)
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
4.0
4.2
VDD (V)
RSS(ON) Characteristics
RSS(ON) Characteristics
-0.100
0.085
VDD=3.5V
-0.095
VDD=3.5V
0.080
-0.090
0.075
-0.085
-0.080
VDOC (mV)
VCOC (mV)
ADVANCED INFORMATION
20
-0.075
-0.070
0.070
0.065
0.060
-0.065
0.055
-0.060
0.050
-0.055
-0.050
0.045
-40
-25
-10
5
20
35
50
65
80
95
110
125
O
-25
-10
5
20
35
50
65
80
95
110
O
Temperature ( C)
Temperature ( C)
Charge Overcurrent Detection Voltage
Note:
-40
Discharge Overcurrent Detection Voltage
9. Charge/Discharge overcurrent voltage detection are designed to be in accordance with performance of internal MOSFET under full temperature.
These specifications are guaranteed by design; will not be tested in production.
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Application Information
ADVANCED INFORMATION
Operation Mode
1. Normal Status
The AP9234L monitors the battery voltage between the VDD pin and VSS pin as well as the voltage difference between the V M pin and VSS pin to
control battery charging and discharging. When the battery voltage is between overdischarge detection voltage (V DL) and overcharge detection
voltage (VCU) as well as the VM pin voltage is between the charge overcurrent detection voltage (V COC) and discharge overcurrent detection voltage
(VDOC), the AP9234L will turn on discharging and charging MOSFET, then the battery can charge and discharge freely in this condition. RVMD does
not connect to VDD pin and RVMS does not connect to VSS pin in this status.
2. Overcharge Status
When the battery voltage is more than VCU during charging status and the detection lasts for the overcharge detection delay time (tCU) or longer,
the AP9234L turns off the charging MOSFET to stop charging. RVMD and RVMS are not connected in overcharge status.
When VM pin voltage is lower than VDOC and battery voltage falls below VCL, the AP9234L will release from overcharge status.
When VM pin voltage is equal or more than VDOC and battery voltage falls below VCU, the AP9234L will release from overcharge status.
3. Overdischarge Status
When the battery voltage is less than VDL during discharging status and detection continues for the overdischarge detection delay time (tDL) or
longer, the AP9234L turns off the discharging MOSFET to stop discharging. In overdischarge status, RVMS is not connected, but RVMD is connected
to VDD and VM pin voltage is pulled up to VDD by RVMD.
For power-down mode option (ask local sales office), IC recovers normal status from overdischarge status only by charger charge to battery.
When VM pin voltage to VSS pin voltage is less than typical -0.7V and the battery voltage rises over VDL, the AP9234L will release from
overdischarge status, if VM pin voltage to VSS pin voltage is higher than typical -0.7V, the AP9234L will release from overdischarge status until the
battery voltage rises over VDU
For auto-wake-up version, the AP9234L recovers normal status from overdischarge status requires that either of two conditions should be satisfied.
If charger is connected: The AP9234L overdischarge status is released in the same way as AP9234Ls.
If no charger is connected: 1). The battery voltage reaches the overdischarge release voltage (VDU) or higher.
2). Maintains continuous time more than overdischarge release delay time tDLR
4. Discharge Overcurrent and Short Current Status
When battery is in discharge overcurrent status, if the voltage of the VM pin to VSS pin is equal or more than VDOC to VSHORT and detection lasts for
the discharge overcurrent detection delay time (tDOC) or longer, the AP9234L turns off the discharging MOSFET to stop discharging.
When the battery is in short current status, if the voltage of the VM pin to VSS pin is equal to or more than VSHORT, and detection lasts for the short
current detection delay time (tSHORT) or longer, the AP9234L turns off the discharge MOSFET to stop discharging.
In discharge overcurrent or short current status, RVMS is connected to VSS but RVMD is not connected., the voltage of VM pin is almost equal to VDD as
long as the load is connected. When the load is disconnected, the voltage of V M pin will become almost equal to VSS(due to RVMS being connected)
and then the AP9234L will release from discharge overcurrent or short current status.
5. Charge Overcurrent Status
When the battery is in charge overcurrent status, if the voltage of the VM pin to VSS pin is equal to or less than VCOC for the charge overcurrent
detection delay time (tCOC) or longer, the AP9234L turns off the charging MOSFET to stop charging.
6. 0V Battery Charging Function
This function is available as an option and can be factory set internally. AP9234L has this function built in.
0V charging function permits charger to recharge the battery whose voltage is 0V due to self-discharge. If 0V charging function is not present, the
device will prevent charger to recharge the battery whose voltage is 0V due to self-discharge. (If a device without 0V charging function is needed,
please contact Diodes sales team)
7. Overvoltage Charger Detection Circuit
This function is used to monitor the charger voltage between the V DD pin and VM pin, and when this voltage exceeds overvoltage charger detection
voltage (8.0V Typ.), the AP9234L will turn off charging MOSFET, when this voltage drops below overvoltage charger release voltage (7.3V Typ.), it
then turns on charging MOSFET. There are no delay times set for detection and release.
8.
Power-Down Mode or Auto-Wake-Up Function Option
In device with power-down function, during power-down mode, AP9234L enters overdischarge status. The IC enters sleep mode and the current
consumption becomes very low, typically 0.1uA. To release from power-down status to the normal status, charger connection is required.
In device with auto-wakeup mode, the IC remains active in the overdischarge state. The IC is released into the normal state by the operation that
increases the battery voltage more than overdischarge release voltage.
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Application Information (Timing Chart)
ADVANCED INFORMATION
1.
Overcharge and Overdischarge Detection
VCU
VCL
VDD
VDU
VDL
VSS
VDD
DO
VSS
VDD
Red line is for
no shutdown
mode version
CO
VVM
VDD
VM
VDOC
VSS
VCOC
VP2
S1
1
3
S2
2
4
S1
P1
1: tDL
2: tCU
3: tCUR
4: tDLR
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3
S2
P1
S1: Charger connection
S2: Load connection
P1: RVMD pull-up connection
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Application Information (Timing Chart) (continued)
2. Discharge Overcurrent Detection
ADVANCED INFORMATION
VCU
VCL
VDD
VDU
VDL
VSS
ON
Discharge FET
OFF
ON
Charge FET
OFF
VDD
VSHORT
VM
VDOC
VSS
1
1
3
S1
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P1
1: tDOC
2: tSHORT
3: tDOCR
2
P1
S1: Connect over current load
S2: Connect short current load
P1: RVMS pull-down connection
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Application Information (Timing Chart) (cont.)
ADVANCED INFORMATION
3. Charge Overcurrent Detection
VCU
VCL
VDD
VDU
VDL
VSS
VDD
Discharge FET
VSS
VDD
Charge FET
VVM
VDD
VM
VSS
VCOC
VP1
2
S1
1: tCOC
2: tCOCR
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Ordering Information (Note 10)
ADVANCED INFORMATION
AP9234LX - XX - HSB - 7
RSS(ON)
Power Down Mode
Product Code
Package
Packing
L: Low
Blank: Yes
A: No (Auto-wake-up)
Voltage & Delay Time
Combination Code
HSB: U-DFN2535-6
7: Tape & Reel
Part Number
Package Code
Packaging
7” Tape and Reel Quantity
HSB
U-DFN2535-6
3,000/Tape & Reel
AP9234LA-AO-HSB-7
Voltage Combination
OverOverOvercharge Overcharge
discharge discharge
Detection
Release
Detection Release
Voltage
Voltage
Voltage
Voltage
VCU
VCL
VDL
VDU
Part
Number
AP9234LAAO-HSB-7
4.425V
4.225V
2.500V
2.900V
OverOverDischarge
Load
Charge
voltage
voltage
Overcurrent
Short
Overcurrent
AutoOvercharge 0V Battery
Charge
Charge
Detection Detection Detection
Charge
Detection Release wake-up Protection
Voltage
Voltage
Voltage
Mode
Voltage
Voltage Function
Function
VDOC
VSHORT
VCOC
VOVCHG VOVCHGR
0.064V
0.228V
-0.073V
8.0V
7.3V
Yes
Auto
Release
Permission
AP9234L Delay Time Combination
Overcharge
Detection
Delay Time
Part
Number
tCU
AP9234LAAO-HSB-7
Note:
1.0s
Discharge
Overcharge Overdischarge Overdischarge
Overcurrent
Release Detection Delay Release Delay
Detection Delay
Delay Time
Time
Time
Time
tCUR
tDL
tDLR
tDOC
2.0ms
115ms
2.0ms
10.0ms
Discharge
Overcurrent
Release Delay
Time
tDOCR
Charge
Charge
Load Short
Overcurrent
Overcurrent
Detection
Detection Delay Release Delay
Delay Time
Time
Time
tSHORT
tCOC
tCOCR
2.0ms
10.0ms
2.0ms
360µs
10. If any other voltage versions or delay time option products are needed, please contact the local sales office.
Marking Information
(Top View)
XX
YWX
XX : Identification Code
Y : Year : 0 to 9
W : Week : A to Z : 1 to 26 week;
a to z : 27 to 52 week; z represents
52 and 53 week
X : A to Z : Internal code
Part Number
Package
Identification Code
AP9234LA-AO-HSB-7
U-DFN2535-6
34AO
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Package Outline Dimensions
Please see AP02002 at http://www.diodes.com/datasheets/ap02002.pdf for the latest version.
A3
ADVANCED INFORMATION
A
Seating Plane
D
A1
e1
L(X6)
e
R0.
(P 150
in #
1 ID
)
E
E2
D2
U-DFN2535-6
(Type B)
Dim
Min
Max
Typ
A
0.50
0.60
A1
0.00
0.05 0.02
A3
0.127
b
0.25
0.35 0.30
b2
1.05
1.15 1.10
D
2.45
2.55 2.50
D2
2.01
2.21 2.11
E
3.45
3.55 3.50
E2
2.20
2.40 2.30
e
0.55
e1
0.95
L
0.25
0.35 0.30
z
0.15
All Dimensions in mm
b
z
b2
Suggested Pad Layout
Please see AP02001 at http://www.diodes.com/datasheets/ap02001.pdf for the latest version.
X1
X
X2
Dimensions
C
C1
X
X1
X2
Y
Y1
Y1
Y
C1
AP9234L
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Value
(in mm)
0.550
0.950
0.400
1.200
2.210
0.500
2.400
C
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