ViewSonic VX724 Service manual

Service Manual
ViewSonic VX724-1
Model No. VS10049
17” Color TFT LCD Display
(VX724-1_SM Rev. 1b Jun. 2006)
ViewSonic“ 381 Brea Canyon Road, Walnut, California 91789 USA - (800) 888-8583
Copyright
Copyright ¤ 2006 by ViewSonic Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be
reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or
computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical,
manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of ViewSonic Corporation.
Disclaimer
ViewSonic makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to the
contents hereof and specifically disclaims any warranty of merchantability or fitness for any particular
purpose. Further, ViewSonic reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time
to time in the contents hereof without obligation of ViewSonic to notify any person of such revision or
changes.
Trademarks
Optiquest is a registered trademark of ViewSonic Corporation.
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All other trademarks used within this document are the property of their respective owners.
Revision History
Revision
SM Editing Date
1a
06/06/05
1b
06/23/06
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Description of Changes
ECR Number
A. Lu
Initial Release
VS-E060083
Editor
updated RSPL,BOM,EPL,PPL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
Precautions and Safety Notices
1
2.
Specification
5
3.
Front Panel Function Control Description
17
4.
Circuit Description
23
5.
Adjustment Procedure
35
6.
Troubleshooting Flow Chart
57
7.
Recommended Spare Parts List
63
8.
Exploded Diagram and Exploded Parts List
68
9.
Block Diagram
79
10. Schematic Diagrams
81
11. PCB Layout Diagrams
89
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1. Precautions and Safety Notices
1. Appropriate Operation
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
Turn off the product before cleaning.
Use only a dry soft cloth when cleaning the LCD panel surface.
Use a soft cloth soaked with mild detergent to clean the display housing.
Use only a high quality, safety approved AC/DC power cord.
Disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet if the product will not be used for a long period of time.
If smoke, abnormal noise, or strange odor is present, immediately switch the LCD display off.
Do not touch the LCD panel surface with sharp or hard objects.
Do not place heavy objects on the LCD display, video cable, or power cord.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents for your cleaning.
Do not operate the product under the following conditions:
- Extremely hot, cold or humid environment.
- Areas containing excessive dust and dirt.
- Near any appliance generating a strong magnetic field.
- In direct sunlight.
2. Caution
No modification of any circuit should be attempted. Service work should only be performed after you are thoroughly familiar
with all of the following safety checks and servicing guidelines.
3. Safety Check
Care should be taken while servicing this LCD display. Because of the high voltage used in the inverter circuit, the voltage is
exposed in such areas as the associated transformer circuits.
4. LCD Module Handling Precautions
4.1 Handling Precautions
(1) Since front polarizer is easily damaged, pay attention not to scratch it.
(2) Be sure to turn off power supply when connecting or disconnecting input connector.
(3) Wipe off water drops immediately. Long contact with water may cause discoloration or spots.
(4) When the panel surface is soiled, wipe it with absorbent cotton or other soft cloth.
(5) Since the panel is made of glass, it may break or crack if dropped or bumped on hard surface.
(6) Since CMOS LSI is used in this module, take care of static electricity and ensure human earth when handling.
(7) Do not open or modify the Module Assembly.
(8) Do not press the reflector sheet at the back of the module in any direction.
(9) In the event that a Module must be put back into the packing container slot after it was taken out of the
container, do not press the center of the CCFL Reflector edge. Instead, press at the far ends of the
CFL Reflector edge softly. Otherwise the TFT Module may be damaged.
(10) At the insertion or removal of the Signal Interface Connector, be sure not to rotate or tilt the Interface
Connector of the TFT Module.
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(11) After installation of the TFT Module into an enclosure (LCD monitor housing, for example), do not twist or
bend the TFT Module even momentarily. When designing the enclosure, it should be taken into consideration
that no bending/twisting forces may be applied to the TFT Module from outside. Otherwise the TFT Module
may be damaged.
(12) The cold cathode fluorescent lamp in the LCD contains a small amount of mercury. Please follow local
ordinances or regulations for disposal.
(13) The LCD module contains a small amount of materials having no flammability grade. The LCD module
should be supplied with power that complies with the requirements of Limited Power Source
(IEC60950 or UL1950), or an exemption should be applied for.
(14) The LCD module is designed so that the CCFL in it is supplied by a Limited Current Circuit (IEC60950
or UL1950). Do not connect the CCFL to a Hazardous Voltage Circuit.
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Correct methods :
Incorrect Methods :
Only touch the metal frame of the panel or the front
cover of the monitor.
Do not touch the surface of the polarizer .
If the surface of the panel is pressed by fingers, this
may cause "MURA."
Take out the monitor by grasping the cushion.
If the monitor is removed by grasping the LCD
panel, that may cause "MURA."
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Correct Methods :
Incorrect Methods :
Place the monitor on a clean & soft foam pad .
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If the monitor is placed on foreign objects,
that could scratch the surface of the panel.
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Specification
GENERAL SPECIFICATION
Test Resolution & Frequency
1280x1024 @ 60Hz
Test Image Size
Full Size
Factory Default:
Contrast and Brightness Controls
Contrast = 70%, Brightness = 100%
VIDEO INTERFACE
Analog Input Connector
DB-15 (Analog), refer the appendix A
Digital Input Connector
DVI-I (Digital), refer the appendix B
Default Input Connector
Defaults to the first detected input
Video Cable Strain Relief
Equal to twice the weight of the monitor for five minutes
Video Cable Connector DB-15 Pin out
Compliant DDC 2B
1. Video RGB (Analog)
Video Signals
Separate, Composite, and Sync on Green
2. TMDS (Digital)
Video Impedance
75 Ohms (Analog), 100 Ohms (Digital)
Maximum PC Video Signal
950 mV with no damage to monitor
Maximum Mac Video Signal
1250 mV with no damage to monitor
DDC 1/2B
Compliant with Revision 1.3
Sync Compatibility
Separate Sync, Composite Sync, SOG
Shall be compatible with all PC type computers,
Video Compatibility
Macintosh computers, and after market video cards
640 x 350*, 640 x 480, 720 x 400* (640 x 400*), 800 x
600, 832 x 624, 1024 x 768, 1152 x 864, 1152 x 870,
1280 x 720, 1280 x 1024
Resolution Compatibility
* The image vertical size might not be full screen, but
the image vertical position should be at the center.
Exclusions
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Not compatible with interlaced video
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POWER SUPPLY
Internal Power Supply
Part Number: FSP035-1PI01
Input Voltage Range
90 TO 264 VAC
Input Frequency Range
47.5 TO 63 HERTZ
Short Circuit Protection
Output can be shorted without damage
Over Current Protection
5.0 A typical at 12.0 VDC
Leakage Current
3.5mA (Max) at 254VAC / 60Hz
EFFICIENCY
65 % typical at 115VAC Full Load
Fuse
Internal and not user replaceable
Power Dissipation
32 Watts (typ)
Max Input AC Current
1.0 Arms @ 90VAC, 0.6 Arms @265VAC
INRUSH CURRENT (COLD START)
60 A @ 120VAC
Shall start and function properly when under full load,
Power Supply Cold Start
with all combinations of input voltage, input frequency,
and operating temperature
Shall be able to withstand an ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980
Power Supply Transient Immunity
6000V 200 ampere ring wave transient test with no
damage
Shall be able to withstand 1.5 times nominal line voltage
Power Supply Line Surge Immunity
for one cycle with no damage
Shall be able to function properly, without reset or visible
Power Supply Missing Cycle Immunity
screen artifacts, when ½ cycle of AC power is randomly
missing at nominal input
The power supply shall not produce audible noise that
would be detectable by the user. Audible shall defined
Power Supply Acoustics
to be in compliance with ISO 7779 (DIN EN27779:1991)
Noise measurements of machines acoustics. Power
Switch noise shall not be considered
Separate 3-prong NEMA 5-15P type plug.
US Type Power Cable
Length =
1.8m. Connects to display.
Color = Black
Schuko CEE7-7 type plug.
European Type Power Cable
Length = 1.8m, Connects to display.
Color = Black
Separate 3-prong type plug.
CCC Type Power Cable
Length = 1.8m. Connects to display.
Color = Black
Separate 2-prong NEMA 1-15P type plug.
PSE Type Power Cable
Length =
1.8m. Connects to display.
Color = Black
Power Saving Operation(Method)
VESA DPMS Signaling
ON Mode < 35 W (max) / 32 W (typ)
Power Consumption
Active Off < 1 W
Recovery Time
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On Mode = N/A, Active Off < 3 sec
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT
Horizontal / Vertical Frequency
Horizontal Frequency
30 – 82 KHZ
Vertical Refresh Rate
50 – 75 HZ
Maximum Pixel Clock
135 MHz
Sync Polarity
Independent of sync polarity.
Timing Table
Item
Timing
Analog
Digital
1
640 x 350 @ 70Hz, 31.5kHz
Yes
Yes
2
640 x 400 @ 60Hz, 31.5kHz
Yes
Yes
3
640 x 400 @ 70Hz, 31.5kHz
Yes
Yes
4
640 x 480 @ 50Hz, 24.7kHz
Yes
No
5
640 x 480 @ 60Hz, 31.5kHz
Yes
Yes
6
640 x 480 @ 67Hz, 35.0kHz
Yes
Yes
7
640 x 480 @ 72Hz, 37.9kHz
Yes
Yes
8
640 x 480 @ 75Hz, 37.5kHz
Yes
Yes
9
640 x 480 @ 85Hz, 43.27kHz
No
No
10
720 x 400 @ 70Hz, 31.5kHz
Yes
Yes
11
800 x 600 @ 56Hz, 35.1kHz
Yes
Yes
12
800 x 600 @ 60Hz, 37.9kHz
Yes
Yes
13
800 x 600 @ 75Hz, 46.9kHz
Yes
Yes
14
800 x 600 @ 72Hz, 48.1kHz
Yes
Yes
15
800 x 600 @ 85Hz, 53.7kHz
No
No
16
832 x 624 @ 75Hz, 49.7kHz
Yes
Yes
17
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz, 48.4kHz
Yes
Yes
18
1024 x 768 @ 70Hz, 56.5kHz
Yes
Yes
19
1024 x 768 @ 72Hz, 58.1kHz
Yes
Yes
20
1024 x 768 @ 75Hz, 60.0kHz
Yes
Yes
21
1024 x 768 @ 85Hz, 68.67kHz
No
No
22
1152 x 864 @ 75Hz, 67.5kHz
Yes
Yes
23
1152 x 870 @ 75Hz, 68.7kHz
Yes
Yes
24
1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz, 63.4kHz
Yes
Yes
25
1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz, 79.97kHz
Yes
Yes
26
1280x 720 @ 60Hz, 45kHz (HDTV)
Yes
Yes
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Primary Presets
1280x1024 @ 60Hz
User Presets
Number of User Presets (recognized timings) Available: 10 presets total in FIFO configuration
Changing Modes
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Maximum Mode Change Blank Time for image stability : 3 seconds (Max), excluding “Auto Image Adjust” time
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Under DOS mode (640 x 350, 720 x 400 & 640 x 400), it should recall factory setting when execute “Auto I
mage Adjust”
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The monitor needs to do “Auto Image Adjust” the first time a new mode is detected
(see section “0-Touch™ Function Actions”)
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TFT LCD PANEL
Panel Characteristics:
1st Source Panel
AUO M170EG01 V8
Type
TN type with LVDS interface
Active Size
337.9 (H) x 270.3 (V)
Pixel Arrangement
RGB Vertical Stripe
Pixel Pitch
0.264 mm
GLASS TREATMENT
Anti Glare (Hard coating 3H)
# OF BACKLIGHTS
4 CCFL edge-light (2 top / 2 bottom)
BACKLIGHT LIFE
50,000 Hours (Typ) / 40,000 Hours (Min)
Luminance –
Condition:
CT = 6500K, Contrast = Max, Brightness =
Max
300 cd/m2 (Typ after 30 minute warm up)
240 cd/m2 (Min after 30 minute warm up)
Brightness Uniformity
80% (typ), 75% (min)
MIN LUMINANCE IN 9 POINTS/ MAX
LUMINANCE IN 9 POINTS
Contrast Ratio
500:1 (Typ), 300:1 (Min)
Color Depth
16 million colors (x bit panel)
Viewing Angle (Horizontal)
@ CR>10
Typical: 140º
MINIMUM: 120º
@ CR>5
Typical:
160º
M INIMUM: 140º
VIEWING ANGLE (VERTICAL)
@ CR>10
Typical: 130º
Minimum: 110º
@ CR>5
Typical: 160º
Minimum: 140º
Response Time
10%-90% @ Ta=25°C
Without OD Board (on/off)
Tr = 6ms,Tf = 2ms Total = 8ms (typ)
Tr = 9ms,Tf = 4ms Total = 13ms (max)
With OD Board (on/ off)
Tr = 3.9ms,Tf = 1.5ms Total = 5.4ms (typ)
With OD Board (gray –gray)
Total = 4 ms
Panel Defects
Please see Panel Quality Specifications.
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2ND Source Panel
QDI QD17EL0709
Type
TN type with LVDS interface
Active Size
337.9 (H) x 270.3 (V)
Pixel Arrangement
RGB Vertical Stripe
Pixel Pitch
0.264 mm
GLASS TREATMENT
Anti Glare (Hard coating 3H)
# OF BACKLIGHTS
4 CCFL edge-light (2 top / 2 bottom)
BACKLIGHT LIFE
50,000 Hours (Typ) / 40,000 Hours (Min)
Luminance (Center) –
Condition:
CT = 6500K, Contrast = Max, Brightness =
Max
260 cd/m2 (Typ after 30 minute warm up)
200 cd/m2 (Min after 30 minute warm up)
Brightness Uniformity
Dw = 1.25 (typ), 1.33 (max)
dw = Max luminance (of 9 points)/ Min
luminance (of 9 points)
Contrast Ratio
500:1 (typ), 300:1 (min)
Color Depth
16.2 million colors (6+2 bit panel)
Viewing Angle (Horizontal)
@ CR>10
Typical: 140º
Minimum: 120º
@ CR>5
Typical: 160º
Minimum: 140º
VIEWING ANGLE (VERTICAL)
@ CR>10
Typical: 125º
Minimum: 105º
@ CR>5
Typical:
Minimum:
145º
125º
Response Time
10%-90% @ Ta=25°C
Without OD Board (on/off)
Tr = 2ms,Tf = 6ms Total = 8ms (typ)
Total =13ms(max)
With OD Board (on/ off)
Tr = 1.4ms,Tf = 5.3ms Total = 6.7ms (typ)
With OD Board (gray –gray)
Total = 4 ms
Panel Defects
Please see Panel Quality Specifications.
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3rd Source Panel
QDI QD17EL0711
Type
TN type with LVDS interface
Active Size
337.9 (H) x 270.3 (V)
Pixel Arrangement
RGB Vertical Stripe
Pixel Pitch
0.264 mm
GLASS TREATMENT
Anti Glare (Hard coating 3H)
# OF BACKLIGHTS
4 CCFL edge-light (2 top / 2 bottom)
BACKLIGHT LIFE
50,000 Hours (Typ) / 40,000 Hours (Min)
Luminance (Center) –
Condition:
CT = 6500K, Contrast = Max, Brightness =
Max
270 cd/m2 (Typ after 30 minute warm up)
220 cd/m2 (Min after 30 minute warm up)
Brightness Uniformity
Dw = 1.25 (typ), 1.33 (max)
dw = Max luminance (of 9 points)/ Min
luminance (of 9 points)
Contrast Ratio
600:1 (typ), 400:1 (min)
Color Depth
16.2 million colors (6+2 bit panel)
Viewing Angle (Horizontal)
@ CR>10
Typical:
Minimum:
VIEWING ANGLE (VERTICAL)
140º
120º
@ CR>10
Typical: 125º
Minimum: 105º
@ CR>5
Typical:
Minimum:
160º
140º
@ CR>5
Typical:
Minimum:
145º
125º
Response Time
10%-90% @ Ta=25°C
Without OD Board (on/off)
Tr = 2ms,Tf = 6ms Total = 8ms (typ)
Total =13ms(max)
With OD Board (on/ off)
Tr = 1.4ms,Tf = 5.3ms Total = 6.7ms (typ)
With OD Board (gray –gray)
Total = 4 ms
Panel Defects
Please see Panel Quality Specifications.
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IMAGE PERFORMANCE
Factory Defaults
Item
Defaults
Item
Defaults
Contrast
70%
OSD H. Position
50%
Brightness
100%
OSD V. Position
50%
Color Temperature
6500K
OSD Time Out
15 Sec
Sharpness
25%
OSD Background
On
720x400/640x400
720x400
Resolution Notice
Enabled
Luminance
Lv (Max) –
Same as the Luminance in section
Condition:
4-7 “TFT LCD PANEL”
Contrast = 100%
Brightness = 100%
Color Temperature = 6500K
Lv (Def) –
Condition:
Contrast = Default
Lv (Def) / Lv (Max) x 100% ≧ 85%
Brightness = Default
Color Temperature = 6500K
Display Size
Horizontal Display Size, Primary Preset
Full Screen
Vertical Display Size, Primary Preset
Full Screen
Saturation
Contrast = Default
Brightness = Default
No visible saturation
TEST PATTERN = 32-GRAY
Contrast = 100%
Brightness = 100%
6~8 level saturation
Test pattern = 32-gray
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Preset Color Temperatures
SRGB
It should meet IEC 61966-2-1 (1999-10) standard
Preset 1 9300K
Wx= 0.283 +/- 0.02
CCT (Max) = 10250K
CCT (Min) =
Wy= 0.298 +/- 0.02
8500K
Preset 2 6500K (Primary)
Wx= 0.313 +/- 0.02
CCT (Max) = 6950K
Wy= 0.329 +/- 0.02
CCT (Min) = 6100K
Preset 3 5400K
Wx= 0.335 +/- 0.02
CCT (Max) = 5915K
Wy= 0.350 +/- 0.02
CCT (Min) = 4935K
Preset Color Temperature
Each color preset shall be adjustable.
Adjustability
individually controlled.
Red, Green, and Blue shall be
Video Cards Compatibility
Peaking Performance : Peaking is not adjustable
Raster Artifacts
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Video Artifacts : No visible streaking, sag, or smearing artifacts when driven by the specified video cards in the
primary mode and after user adjustment to best condition
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Power Supply, and Grounding Artifacts : No visible artifacts in any specified video mode within the horizontal or
vertical frequency range of the monitor
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Temperature Drift : Image shall not drift or lose fine-tune adjustment
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MECHANICAL
Dimension (Desktop)
Width
388 mm (15.3 inch)
Height
438 mm (17.2 inch)
Depth
176 mm (
Monitor Weight
6.9 inch)
5 kg / 11 lbs
Dimension (Head Only / Wall Mount)
Width
388 mm (15.3 inch)
Height
332 mm (13.1 inch)
Depth
62 mm (2.4 inch)
Monitor Weight
3.5 kg / 7.7 lbs
Ergonomics
Tilt Up
From 0º up to ≧20º
Tilt Down
From 0º down to -3º ~ -5 º
Mechanical Specifications
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Screen Printed Parts : Artwork shall be provided by ViewSonic. The ViewSonic Bezel Graphics Specification,
VSC_S_299 v.1d (2003) controls logo position
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Bird Logo : The ViewSonic Bird Logo Plate Specification, VSC_S_286 v.1b controls bird logo position
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Molded Plastic : Workmanship shall be inspected according to the ViewSonic Molded Plastic Parts Specification,
VSCMPPSPEC001 v.1b
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Head Tilt Specification : In order to control the visible tilt of the LCD head, all units must have less than 1.5mm
difference in height between the lower center and left / right corner of the bezel
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Bezel Gap Specification: The max. gap to the panel glass shall be less than 1.0 mm
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Bezel / Speaker Cover Gap : The max. gap between the bottom of the front bezel and the top of the speaker cover
shall be less than 1.2 mm. The gap deviation must be less than 0.3mm
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External Jumpers : There shall be no external jumpers allowed
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Panel Preload Pressure :The LCD panel shall not experience any preload pressure when mounted to the bezel
causing image degradation
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Front Panel Buttons : Tactile
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Button Alignment : The gap clearance between the buttons and the bezel surface shall be uniform
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Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tubes (CCFT) Cables : Cables between inverter and CCFT shall not have any direct
contact to any cabinet surface or opening exposing users to the risk of electric shock. CCFT cables shall be
properly routed internally to prevent them from straying to other areas within the monitor
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Sheet Metal Parts : All sharp edges of sheet metal parts that have the possibility of coming into contact with wire
harnesses, flexible flat cables (FFCs), CCFT cables shall be covered with felt tape to protect the cable’s insulation
from being damaged. If felt tape is not used, then the edges of the sheet metal shall be machined smooth to prevent
wiring insulator damage
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Tilt/Swivel Base Mechanical Interface
The LCD monitor shall be in compliance with the most current revision of the VESA “Flat Panel Monitor Physical
Mounting Interface” Standard, “FPMPMI Standard”
PACKAGING
Package Specifications
ViewSonic Packaging Specification
The “Top Level Assembly” shall meet the ViewSonic Corporation
Packaging Specification, VSCPACSPEC003
Ink
Multiple Trips
The ink shall not rub off after a suitable drying time.
The carton shall withstand 10 trips by any combination of air, rail,
land, or sea transportation.
Shipping Carton Type
One piece construction with double wall, 1.08 Kg
Shipping Carton Handholds
Yes, on side of carton
Poly form
EPS, 210g
Accessory plastic bags
PE-LD, 3 g
Plastic handle
PE-plastic, 20g (on the top side of carton)
PE bag (covers monitor)
PE-LD, 5 g
Width / Height / Depth
456mm (17.9”) / 529mm (20.8”) / 227mm (8.9”)
Gross Weight
7 kg (15.4 lb)
Pallet (for Europe)
Poplar, 21 Kg
Pallet (for others)
Fumigation wood, 21 Kg
# units per Pallet
20/40 (air/sea)
40’ Container Loading, Palletized
1040 pieces
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Vibration Test
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Vibration Frequency : 1 – 200 Hz
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Acceleration : 1.14 G RMS
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Sweep Time : 1 oct. / min
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Test Time : 60 min per axis, total 3 axis / 6 main face
-Vibration Test Data shall be submitted for approval to ViewSonic before Mass Production
Drop Test (100G)
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Weak Corner : 76.2 cm
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Six Faces : 76.2 cm
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3 Edges Radiating From Weak Corner : 76.2 cm
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Drop Test Data shall be submitted for approval to ViewSonic before Mass Production
ENVIRONMENTAL
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Operating Temperature : 0°C to +40°C
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Storage Temperature : -20°C to +60°C
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Operating Relative Humidity : 20% to 90% RH Non-Condensing
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Storage Relative Humidity : 5% to 90% RH Non-Condensing
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Operating Altitude : 0 to +3,000 meters
-Storage Altitude : 0 to +12,000 meters
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3.
Front Panel Function Control Description
Adjusting the Screen Image
Use the buttons on the front control panel to display and adjust the OSD controls which display
on the screen. The OSD controls are explained at the top of the next page and are defined in
“Main Menu Controls” on page 17.
Main Menu
with OSD controls
Front Control Panel
shown below in detail
Scrolls through menu options and adjusts the
displayed control.
Also a shortcut to display the Contrast adjustment
control screen.
Displays the Main
Menu or exits the
control screen
and saves
adjustments.
Displays the control screen for the
highlighted control.
Also toggles between two controls on
some screens.
Also a shortcut to toggle analog and
digital connection.
Power light
Green = ON
Orange = Power Saving
Power On/Off
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Do the following to adjust the display setting:
1. To display the Main Menu, press button [1].
NOTE: All OSD menus and adjustment screens disappear automatically after about 30
seconds. This is adjustable through the OSD timeout setting in the setup menu.
2. To select a control to adjust, pressSorTto scroll up or down in the Main Menu.
3. After the desired control is selected, press button [2]. A control screen like the one shown
below appears.
The line at the bottom of the screen shows
the current functions of buttons 1 and 2:
Exit or select the Brightness control.
4. To adjust the setting, press the upSor downTbuttons.
5. To save the adjustments and exit the menu, press button [1] twice.
The following tips may help you optimize your display:
• Adjust the computer's graphics card so that it outputs a 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz video signal to
the LCD display. (Look for instructions on “changing the refresh rate” in the graphics card's
user guide.)
• If necessary, make small adjustments using H. POSITION and V. POSITION until the
screen image is completely visible. (The black border around the edge of the screen should
barely touch the illuminated “active area” of the LCD display.)
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Main Menu Controls
Adjust the menu items shown below by using the upSand downTbuttons.
Control
Explanation
Auto Image Adjust automatically sizes, centers, and fine tunes the video signal
to eliminate waviness and distortion. Press the [2] button to obtain a sharper
image.
NOTE:
1. Auto Image Adjust works with most common video cards. If this function
does not work on your LCD display, then lower the video refresh rate to 60
Hz and set the resolution to its pre-set value.
2. The Auto Image Adjust and most Manual Image Adjust functions are not
available for DVI input.
Contrast adjusts the difference between the image background (black level)
and the foreground (white level).
Brightness adjusts background black level of the screen image.
Input Select allows you to toggle between an analog and a digital signal.
Color Adjust provides several color adjustment modes, including preset color
temperatures and a User Color mode which allows independent adjustment of
red (R), green (G), and blue (B). The factory setting for this product is 6500K
(6500 Kelvin).
sRGB-This is quickly becoming the industry standard for color management,
with support being included in many of the latest applications. Enabling this
setting allows the LCD display to more accurately display colors the way they
were originally intended. Enabling the sRGB setting will cause the Contrast and
Brightness adjustments to be disabled.
9300K-Adds blue to the screen image for cooler white (used in most office
settings with fluorescent lighting).
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Control
Explanation
6500K-Adds red to the screen image for warmer white and richer red.
5400K-Adds green to the screen image for a darker color.
User Color Individual adjustments for red (R), green (G), and blue (B).
1. To select color (R, G or B) press button [2].
2. To adjust selected color, pressSorT.
Important: If you select RECALL from the Main Menu when the product is set
to a Preset Timing Mode, colors return to the 6500K factory preset.
Information displays the timing mode (video signal input) coming from the
graphics card in the computer, the LCD model number, the serial number, and
the ViewSonic® website URL. See your graphics card’s user guide for
instructions on changing the resolution and refresh rate (vertical frequency).
NOTE: VESA 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz (recommended) means that the resolution
is 1280 x 1024 and the refresh rate is 60 Hertz.
Manual Image Adjust displays the Manual Image Adjust menu.
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Control
Explanation
The Manual Image Adjust controls are explained below:
H./V. Position (Horizontal/Vertical Position) moves the screen image left or
right and up or down.
H. Size (Horizontal Size) adjusts the width of the screen image.
Fine Tune sharpens the focus by aligning the text and/or graphic characters
with pixel boundaries.
Sharpness adjusts the clarity and focus of the screen image.
Setup menu displays the menu shown below:
The Setup Menu controls are explained below:
Language select allows the user to choose the language used in the menus and
control screens.
Resolution Notice displays the Resolution Notice menu shown below.
Resolution Notice advises the optimal resolution to use.
OSD Position allows the user to move the on-screen display menus and control
screens.
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Control
Explanation
OSD Timeout sets the length of time the on-screen display screen is displayed.
For example, with a “15 second” setting, if a control is not pushed within 15
seconds, the display screen disappears.
OSD Background allows the user to turn the On-Screen Display background
On or Off.
Memory Recall returns the adjustments back to factory settings if the display is
operating in a factory Preset Timing Mode listed in the Specifications of this
manual.
Exception: This control does not affect changes made with the User Color
control, Language or Power Lock setting.
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4.
Circuit Description
1. Outline
1.1 Buttons on the front panel: Power On/Off button, button 2 (ENTER / INPUT SELECT), up arrow
button, down arrow button, button 1 (MENU).
1.2 The D-sub 15-pin connector, DVI-I connector and AC-IN jack are located on the back side of the cabinet.
1.3 The OSD menu includes the following functions:
Auto Image Adjust (only active under analog input)
Contrast/Brightness
Audio Adjust
Color Adjust
Information
Manual Image Adjust
Setup Menu
Memory Recall
1.4 Contrast and Brightness can be directly controlled with the UP / DOWN buttons.
2. Connectors
2.1 AC Socket: CEE22 type connector
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
10
2.2 Video signal connector for analog input: 15P Mini D-Sub
CN6
DB15HD
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11
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PIN
MNEMONIC
SIGNAL
1
RV
Red Video
2
GV
Green Video
3
BV
Blue Video
4
NC
None
5
GND
Ground(DDC return)
6
RG
Red GND
7
GG
Green GND
8
BG
Blue GND
9
+5V
+5V (for DDC)
10
SG
Sync GND
11
NC
None
12
SDA
DDC Data
13
HS
Horizontal Sync
14
VS
Vertical Sync
15
SCL
DDC Clock
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Video signal connector for digital input: 24pin DVI-D connector
CN9
RX2RX2+
GND
RX4RX4+
SCL
SDA
VS
RX1RX1+
GND
RX3RX3+
5V
GND
HP
RX0RX0+
GND
RX5RX5+
GND
RXC+
RXC-
Pin No.
3.
RX2-
TMDS negative differential input, channel 2
2
RX2+
TMDS positive differential input, channel 2
3
GND
Logic Ground
4
RX4-
Reserved. No connection
5
RX4+
Reserved. No connection
6
SCL
DDC2B Clock
7
SDA
DDC2B Data
8
VS
Reserved. No connection
9
RX1-
TMDS negative differential input, channel 1
10
RX1+
TMDS positive differential input, channel 1
11
GND
Logic Ground
12
RX3-
Reserved. No connection
13
RX3+
Reserved. No connection
14
+5V
Power
15
GND
Logic Ground
16
HP
SENSE Pin, Pull High
17
RX0-
TMDS negative differential input, channel 0
18
RX0+
TMDS positive differential input, channel 0
19
GND
Logic Ground
20
RX5-
Reserved. No connection
21
RX5+
Reserved. No connection
22
GND
Logic Ground
23
RXC+
TMDS positive differential input, reference clock
24
RXC-
TMDS negative differential input, reference clock
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DVI-D
Description
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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Signal Name
Electrical Specifications
3.1 Standard conditions
Display Area
404.2 x 330.0 mm
Video Signal
0.7Vpp
Contrast
Max.
Brightness
Max.
Ambient
20 +/- 5 °C
Input
AC
Warming up
> 30 min
Display
1280 x 1024
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3.2 Power
3.2.1
Power supply
Input voltage
100~240Vac
Power frequency
50~60Hz
Input current
<1.5A RMS @90V AC
Inrush current
<0.8A RMS @180V AC
50A(Max) at 120Vac(cold start)
Power consumption
3.2.2
35W(typical);40Watts(Max)
Power Management
State
Power
Indicator
On
35Watts
Green
Standby
< 1Watts
Amber
Off
<1Watts
Off
3.3 Acceptable timing
This LCD display can automatically detect and display input signals whose timing falls within the
following limits.
Horizontal: Sync frequency: 30~82 kHz
Vertical: Sync frequency: 56~75Hz
3.4 Signal level and input impedance
3.4.1
Video signal level: 0.7Vp-p
3.4.2
Sync signal level - H/V separate: TTL level
3.4.3
Input impedance
Analog video input: 75 ohm
Digital video input: 100 ohm
Sync input: > 1 k ohm
Audio input: 10K ohm
4. Signal Cable: Signal cable with Mini D-Sub 15P connectors at both ends.
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5. EDID data
Analog EDID
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128 BYTES OF EDID CODE:
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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0
|
00 FF
FF
FF FF FF 00 5A 63
01
01
01
10
| 1C
20
| 0E 22 1B 78 2E
C5 C5 A3 57 4A
30
| 9C
23
12
50
54
BF
EF
80
81
80
40
| 71
4F
61
59
45
59
31
59
01
01
50
| 01
01
01
01
30
2A
00
98
51
00
60
| 2A
40
30
70
13
00
52
0E
11
00
70
| 00
1E
00
00
00
FF
00
50
53
4E
80
| 30
35
30
31
30
30
30
30
31
0A
90
| 00
00
00
FD
00
32
55
1E
52
0E
100
| 00
0A
20
20
20
20
20
20
00
00
110 | 00
FC
00
56
58
37
32
34
0A
20
120
20
20
20
20
20
00
55
| 20
18
FF
01
01
0F
01
03
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ID Manufacturer Name = VSC
(11-10)
Product ID Code = 181C
(12-15)
Last 5 Digits of Serial Number = Not Used
(16)
Week of Manufacture = 01
(17)
Year of Manufacture = 2005
(10-17)
Complete Serial Number = See Descriptor Block
(18)
EDID Version Number = 1
(19)
EDID Revision Number = 3
(20)
VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION:
Analog Signal
0.700, 0.300 (1.000 Vp-p)
Separate Syncs, Composite Sync, Sync on Green
(21)
Maximum Horizontal Image Size = 340 mm
(22)
Maximum Vertical Image Size = 270 mm
(23)
Display Gamma = 2.20
(24)
Power Management and Supported Feature(s):
Active Off/Very Low Power, Standard Default Color Space,
Preferred Timing Mode
Display Type = R/G/B Color
(25-34)
CHROMA INFO:
Red X - 0.640 Green X - 0.290 Blue X - 0.140 White X - 0.313
Red Y - 0.340 Green Y - 0.610 Blue Y - 0.070 White Y - 0.329
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ESTABLISHED TIMING I:
720 X 400 @ 70Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II)
640 X 480 @ 72Hz (VESA)
640 X 480 @ 75Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 56Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 60Hz (VESA)
(36)
ESTABLISHED TIMING II:
800 X 600 @ 72Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 75Hz (VESA)
832 X 624 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
1024 X 768 @ 60Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 70Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 75Hz (VESA)
1280 X 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA)
(37)
Manufacturer's Reserved Timing:
1152 X 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
(38-53)
Standard Timing Identification:
1280 X 1024 @60Hz
1152 X 864 @75Hz
1024 X 768 @85Hz
800 X 600 @85Hz
640 X 480 @85Hz
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
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Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1:
1280x1024 Pixel Clock: 108.00 MHz
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Horizontal Image Size: 338 mm
Vertical Image Size: 270 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Time: 1280 pixels
Blanking Time: 408 pixels
Sync Offset: 48 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 112 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 63.98 KHz
Active Time: 1024 lines
Blanking Time: 42 lines
Sync Offset: 1 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 3 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 60.02 Hz
Vertical:
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+)
______________________________________________________________________
(72-89)
Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2:
Monitor Serial Number:
PSN050100001
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(72-89)
Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2:
Monitor Serial Number:
PSN050100001
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(90-107) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3:
Monitor Range Limits:
Min Vertical Freq - 50 Hz
Max Vertical Freq - 85 Hz
Min Horiz. Freq - 30 KHz
Max Horiz. Freq - 82 KHz
Pixel Clock - 140 MHz
Secondary GTF - Not Supported
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(108-125) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4:
Monitor Name:
VX724
(126)
No Extension EDID Block(s)
(127)
CheckSum OK
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Digital EDID
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128 BYTES OF EDID CODE:
0
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
________________________________________
0
| 00 FF
FF
FF
FF FF FF 00 5A 63
10
| 1C
01
01
01
20
| 80 22 1B 78 2E C5 C5 A3 57 4A
30
| 9C
23
12
50
54
BF
EF
80
81
80
40
| 71
4F
61
59
45
59
31
59
31
0A
50
| 01
01
01
01
30
2A
00
98
51
00
60
| 2A
40
30
70
13
00
52
0E
11
00
70
| 00
1E
00
00
00
FF
00
50
53
4E
80
| 30
35
30
31
30
30
30
30
31
0A
90
| 00
00
00
FD
00
32
55
1E
52
0E
100
| 00
0A
20
20
20
20
20
20
00
00
110
| 00
FC
00
56
58
37
32
34
0A
20
120
| 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 AA
18
01
01
0F
01
03
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(08-09)
ID Manufacturer Name = VSC
(11-10)
Product ID Code = 181C
(12-15)
Last 5 Digits of Serial Number = Not Used
(16)
Week of Manufacture = 01
(17)
Year of Manufacture = 2005
(10-17)
Complete Serial Number
(18)
EDID Version Number = 1
(19)
EDID Revision Number = 3
(20)
VIDEO INPUT DEFINITION:
= See Descriptor Block
Digital Signal
Non - VESA DFP 1.x Compatible
(21)
Maximum Horizontal Image Size = 340 mm
(22)
Maximum Vertical Image Size = 270 mm
(23)
Display Gamma = 2.20
(24)
Power Management and Supported Feature(s):
Active Off/Very Low Power, Standard Default Color Space,
Preferred Timing Mode
Display Type = R/G/B Color
(25-34)
CHROMA INFO:
Red X - 0.640 Green X - 0.290 Blue X - 0.140 White X - 0.313
Red Y - 0.340 Green Y - 0.610 Blue Y - 0.070 White Y - 0.329
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ESTABLISHED TIMING I:
720 X 400 @ 70Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 60Hz (IBM,VGA)
640 X 480 @ 67Hz (Apple,Mac II)
640 X 480 @ 72Hz (VESA)
640 X 480 @ 75Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 56Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 60Hz (VESA)
(36)
ESTABLISHED TIMING II:
800 X 600 @ 72Hz (VESA)
800 X 600 @ 75Hz (VESA)
832 X 624 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
1024 X 768 @ 60Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 70Hz (VESA)
1024 X 768 @ 75Hz (VESA)
1280 X 1024 @ 75Hz (VESA)
(37)
Manufacturer's Reserved Timing:
1152 X 870 @ 75Hz (Apple,Mac II)
(38-53)
Standard Timing Identification:
1280 X 1024 @60Hz
1152 X 864 @75Hz
1024 X 768 @85Hz
800 X 600 @85Hz
640 X 480 @85Hz
640 X 400 @70Hz
Not Used
Not Used
______________________________________________________________________
(54-71)
Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 1:
1280x1024 Pixel Clock: 108.00 MHz
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Horizontal Image Size: 338 mm
Vertical Image Size: 270 mm
Refreshed Mode: Non-Interlaced
Normal Display - No Stereo
Horizontal:
Active Time: 1280 pixels
Blanking Time: 408 pixels
Sync Offset: 48 pixels
Sync Pulse Width: 112 pixels
Border: 0 pixels
Frequency: 63.98 KHz
Active Time: 1024 lines
Blanking Time: 42 lines
Sync Offset: 1 lines
Sync Pulse Width: 3 lines
Border: 0 lines
Frequency: 60.02 Hz
Vertical:
Digital Separate, Horizontal Polarity (+) Vertical Polarity (+)
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(72-89)
Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 2:
Monitor Serial Number:
PSN050100001
______________________________________________________________________
(90-107) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 3:
Monitor Range Limits:
Min Vertical Freq - 50 Hz
Max Vertical Freq - 85 Hz
Min Horiz. Freq - 30 KHz
Max Horiz. Freq - 82 KHz
Pixel Clock - 140 MHz
Secondary GTF - Not Supported
______________________________________________________________________
(108-125) Detailed Timing / Descriptor Block 4:
Monitor Name:
VX724
(126)
No Extension EDID Block(s)
(127)
CheckSum OK
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6. THEORY OF OPERATION
This section describes the function of the LCD monitor per functional block.
This monitor includes MB board, power board and button board.
6.1 MB BOARD
The MB board is a two-layer, single-grounded design with ground and internal planes provided. DC power from
the power board enters the board through a 6P connector. The other connector on the board is for the button board.
The VGA cable is a signal cable that carries the video, sync and DDC signals from the PC VGA adapter. This
system board consists of 4 functional areas: flat panel controller, MCU with flash ROM, and power regulators.
6.1.1 Flat panel controller: RTD2523(U7)
The heart of the system board is the Realtek RTD2523. The RTD2523 is a graphics processing IC
designed for LCD monitors. It provides all key IC functions required for LCD displays. On-chip
functions include a high-speed triple-ADC, PLL, high scaling engine and OSD controller.
a) Clock Generation:
Crystal Input Clock (TCLK and XTAL). This is the input pair to an internal crystal oscillator and
corresponding logic. A 24.576 MHz crystal is recommended.
b) Analog to Digital Converter:
The RTD2523 chip has three ADCs (analog-to-digital converters), one for each color (red, green and blue).
The analog RGB signals are connected to RTD2523 as described below.
Pin Name
Pin Number
Red +
37
Red -
38
Green +
34
Green -
35
Blue +
30
Blue -
31
c) OSD: The RTD2523 has a fully programmable, high-quality OSD controller. The on-chip static
RAM (4096 words by 24 bits) stores the cell map and the cell definitions.
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d) MTV312 Micro Controller: The MTV312 micro controller (MCU) serves as the system micro controller.
It programs the RTD2523 and manages other devices in the system such as the keypad, the backlight, the
LED, the audio system and the non-volatile RAM using general purpose input/output (GPIO) pins.
Pin number
Pin Name
Pin Usage
1
P5.2
Key / Power on, off
13
P3.4
NV_RAM (U4) SDA
14
P3.5
NV_RAM (U4) SCL
41
P5.4
Key_down
40
P5.5
Key_right
42
P5.3
Key_up
34
P5.6
Key_left
9
P6.3
Key_mute
2
P5.1
Key_select
27
P6.0
LED_red
26
P6.1
LED_green
16
P6.2
LCD panel power1 on / off control
17
P1.0
Backlight on / off control
e) Panel Power Sequencing (PANEL_PW12,3) (Pin 16, 18): The MTV312 has two dedicated outputs
VDDCTRL1 and 2 ( Pin32 and Pin3) to control LCD power sequencing once data and control signals
are stable.
f) Panel interface (Pin73~94): The RTD2523 driver interface is highly programmable. It supports dual bus /
dual port for SXGA drivers.
6.1.2 Power Regulator AIC1563 (U2), AIC1117CY (U1,U3): The AIC1563 is a monolithic control IC
containing the primary functions required for DC to DC converters. The device consists of an internal temperature
compensated reference, a comparator, and a controlled duty cycle oscillator with an active current
sense circuit. The desired output voltage is determined by the equation, Volt = 1.25 (1 + R11 / R12).
In this case, the output voltage is 5 Volts. The AIC1563 is a low dropout positive adjustable
regulator with minimum of 1A output current capability, so it is well suited to serve as a 3.3 V or
2.5 V regulator.
6.1.3 Power Regulator AIC1117CY (U1,U3): The AIC1117CY is a monolithic control IC containing the
primary functions required for DC to DC converters. The device consists of an internal temperature
compensated reference, a comparator, and a controlled duty cycle oscillator with an active current
sense circuit. The desired output voltage is determined by the equation, Volt = 1.25 (1 + R17 / R15).
In this case, the output voltage is 2.5 Volts for panel power.
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6.2 Power (Inverter) Board
This is a specific power (inverter) board for VX912 monitor with output of 40W / 12V / 3.5A. It provides
12 VDC to drive the four cold cathode fluorescence tubes in the backlight.
6.2.1 The inverter's electrical specification is described below.
Input
Output
Rated Input Voltage
12Vdc
Input Voltage Range
11.4 ~ 12.6 Vdc
Input Current
<2A
On / Off control Voltage
2~3.3 for on, 0~1 for off
Rated Output Strike-on Voltage
1500Vrms
Rated Output Voltage
710Vrms at 7mA
Rate Output Frequency
40~50KHz
Rated Output Current
7~8 mA
6.2.2 Power
This is a general purpose AC / DC adapter which converts 90~240 Vac to a stabilized DC voltage: 12
Volts, with a rated output current of 4.16A. The electrical specification is described below.
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90~240 Vac, 50 / 60Hz
Operation Input Voltage
90~260 Vac, 47 ~ 63Hz
Input Current
<1.5A
Inrush Current
<100A@120Vac
Standby Input Voltage
12Vdc
Output Voltage Regulation
+/-5%
Output Ripple & Noise
120mVp-p
Rate Output Current
<3.5A
Turn-on delay
<3secs
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5. Adjustment Procedure
OSD Function Menu
A. When in Analog Input Mode
1. Main Menu
Press the [1] (Menu) button to enter the Main Menu:
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to highlight
the next item.
Press the [1] (Menu) button to exit the Main Menu.
(1) Auto Image Adjust Page:
Press the [2] button to execute the auto image adjust function.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
(2) Contrast/Brightness Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the contrast adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
1) Contrast Item
Press the [▲] button to increase the contrast.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the contrast.
Press the [2] button to enter the brightness adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
2) Brightness Item
Press the [▲] button to increase the brightness.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the brightness.
Press the [2] button to enter the contrast adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
(3) Input Select Page:
Press the [2] button to switch to digital input mode.
(4) Color Adjust Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the color adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
1) sRGB Item
2) 9300K Item
3) 6500K Item
4) 5400K Item
Press the [2] button to select the currently highlighted item.
Press the [1] button to exit the currently highlighted item.
5) User Color Item
Press the [2] button to enter the user color page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Red, Green, Blue Options:
Press the [2] button to cycle among the colors.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to increase the selected color level.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the selected color level.
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(5) Information Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the information page.
Press the [1] button to exit the information page.
(6) Manual Image Adjust Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the manual image adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
1) H./V. Position Item
Press the [2] button to enter the horizontal/vertical postion adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
a) Horizontal Position:
Press the [2] button to enter the vertical position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to shift the image to the right.
Press the [▼] button to shift the image to the left.
b) Vertical Position:
Press the [2] button to return to the horizontal position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to shift the image upward.
Press the [▼] button to shift the image downward.
2) Horizontal Size Item
Press the [2] button to enter the horizontal size adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to make the image wider.
Press the [▼] button to make the image narrower.
3) Fine tune Item
Press the [2] button to enter the fine tuning page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press “[▲]” Button to adjust character position in one direction.
Press “[▼]“Button to adjust character position in the other direction.
4) Sharpness Item
Press the [2] button to enter the sharpness adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press “[▲]” Button to increase image sharpness.
Press “[▼]“ Button to decrease image sharpness.
(7) Setup Menu Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the setup menu page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
1) Language Select Item
Press the [2] button to enter the language selection page.
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Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
English, French… Option
Press the [2] button to select the language.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
2) Resolution Notice Item
Press the [2] button to enter the resolution notice page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Enable, Disable Option
Press the [2] button to select the highlighted option.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous option or the [▼] button
to highlight the next option.
3) OSD Position Item
Press the [2] button to enter the OSD position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
a) Horizontal Position Option
Press the [2] button to enter the vertical position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to shift the menu to the right.
Press the [▼] button to shift the menu to the left.
b) Vertical Position Option:
Press the [2] button to enter the horizontal position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to shift the menu upward.
Press the [▼] button to shift the menu downward.
4) OSD Time Out Item
Press the [2] button to enter the OSD time out adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to increase the OSD time out.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the OSD time out.
5) OSD Background Item
Press the [2] button to enter the OSD background selection page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Enable, Disable Option
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous option or the [▼] button
to highlight the next option.
Press the [2] button to select the highlighted option.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
(8) Memory Recall Page
Press the [2] button to execute the memory recall function.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
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2. Other Menu:
This “shortcut” menu is directly accessible without bringing up the OSD.
(1) Contrast Dialog
Press the [▲] or [▼] button to enter the Contrast Dialog.
Press the [1] button to exit the Contrast Dialog.
Press the [2] button to enter the Brightness Dialog.
Press the [▲] button to increase the contrast.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the contrast.
(2) Brightness Dialog
Press the [▲] or [▼] button to enter the Brightness Dialog.
Press the [1] button to exit the Brightness Dialog.
Press the [2] button to enter the Contrast Dialog.
Press the [▲] button to increase the brightness.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the brightness.
(3) Analog/Digital Dialog
Press the [2] button to toggle between analog and digital modes.
B. When in Digital Input Mode
1. Main Menu
Press the [1] (Menu) button to enter the Main Menu:
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to highlight
the next item.
Press the [1] (Menu) button to exit the Main Menu.
(1) Auto Image Adjust Page:
Press the [2] button to execute the auto image adjust function.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
(2) Contrast/Brightness Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the contrast adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
1) Contrast Item
Press the [▲] button to increase the contrast.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the contrast.
Press the [2] button to enter the brightness adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
2) Brightness Item
Press the [▲] button to increase the brightness.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the brightness.
Press the [2] button to enter the contrast adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
(3) Input Select Page:
Press the [2] button to switch to analog input mode.
(4) Color Adjust Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the color adjustment page.
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1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
sRGB Item
9300K Item
6500K Item
5400K Item
Press the [2] button to select the currently highlighted item.
Press the [1] button to exit the currently highlighted item.
User Color Item
Press the [2] button to enter the user color page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Red, Green, Blue Options:
Press the [2] button to cycle among the colors.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to increase the selected color level.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the selected color level.
(5) Information Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the information page.
Press the [1] button to exit the information page.
(6) Manual Image Adjust Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the manual image adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
1) Sharpness Item
Press the [2] button to enter the sharpness adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press “[▲]” Button to increase image sharpness.
Press “[▼]“ Button to decrease image sharpness.
(7) Setup Menu Page:
Press the [2] button to enter the setup menu page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
1) Language Select Item
Press the [2] button to enter the language selection page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous item or the [▼] button to
highlight the next item.
English, French… Option
Press the [2] button to select the language.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
2) Resolution Notice Item
Press the [2] button to enter the resolution notice page.
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Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Enable, Disable Option
Press the [2] button to select the highlighted option.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous option or the [▼] button
to highlight the next option.
3) OSD Position Item
Press the [2] button to enter the OSD position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
a) Horizontal Position Option
Press the [2] button to enter the vertical position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to shift the menu to the right.
Press the [▼] button to shift the menu to the left.
b) Vertical Position Option:
Press the [2] button to enter the horizontal position adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to shift the menu upward.
Press the [▼] button to shift the menu downward.
4) OSD Time Out Item
Press the [2] button to enter the OSD time out adjustment page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Press the [▲] button to increase the OSD time out.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the OSD time out.
5) OSD Background Item
Press the [2] button to enter the OSD background selection page.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
Enable, Disable Option
Press the [▲] button to highlight the previous option or the [▼] button
to highlight the next option.
Press the [2] button to select the highlighted option.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
(8) Memory Recall Page
Press the [2] button to execute the memory recall function.
Press the [1] button to exit the page.
2.
Other Menu:
This “shortcut” menu is directly accessible without bringing up the OSD.
(1) Contrast Dialog
Press the [▲] or [▼] button to enter the Contrast Dialog.
Press the [1] button to exit the Contrast Dialog.
Press the [2] button to enter the Brightness Dialog.
Press the [▲] button to increase the contrast.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the contrast.
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(2) Brightness Dialog
Press the [▲] or [▼] button to enter the Brightness Dialog.
Press the [1] button to exit the Brightness Dialog.
Press the [2] button to enter the Contrast Dialog.
Press the [▲] button to increase the brightness.
Press the [▼] button to decrease the brightness.
(3) Analog/Digital Dialog
Press the [2] button to toggle between analog and digital modes.
C. Other Information
When the “No Signal” or “Out of Range” messages appear:
If no input signal is detected, the “No Signal” message will appear in the center of
the screen.
If the V-Sync signal rate is greater than than 85Hz or its resolution is greater than
SXGA, the “Out of Range” message will appear in the center of the screen.
Activating Factory Mode and Burn Mode:
While the device is in standby, press the [2] button, then press the power button to
enter Factory Mode. While Factory Mode is active, an additional menu page titled
“Factory Menu” will be accessible. Press the [2] button to enter the Factory Menu
page, then press the [2] button to enter Burn Mode.
When Installing a New Main Board
1. Enter Factory Mode.
2. Use a PC or chrom to send a 32-tone gray scale signal to the monitor.
3. Select “Auto Color”
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1. Function test
(1) Test equipment
Color video signal and pattern generator (or PC with SXGV resolution)
(2) Test condition
Before function testing and alignment, the unit must warm up for at least 30 minutes under the
following conditions:
1. Room temperature;
2. With full-white screen, RGB, black pattern;
3. With cycled display modes.
2. Test display modes
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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Timing
640 x 350 @ 70Hz, 31.5kHz
640 x 400 @ 60Hz, 31.5kHz
640 x 400 @ 70Hz, 31.5kHz
640 x 480 @ 50Hz, 24.7kHz
640 x 480 @ 60Hz, 31.5kHz
640 x 480 @ 67Hz, 35.0kHz
640 x 480 @ 72Hz, 37.9kHz
640 x 480 @ 75Hz, 37.5kHz
640 x 480 @ 85Hz, 43.27kHz
720 x 400 @ 70Hz, 31.5kHz
800 x 600 @ 56Hz, 35.1kHz
800 x 600 @ 60Hz, 37.9kHz
800 x 600 @ 75Hz, 46.9kHz
800 x 600 @ 72Hz, 48.1kHz
800 x 600 @ 85Hz, 53.7kHz
832 x 624 @ 75Hz, 49.7kHz
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz, 48.4kHz
1024 x 768 @ 70Hz, 56.5kHz
1024 x 768 @ 72Hz, 58.1kHz
1024 x 768 @ 75Hz, 60.0kHz
1024 x 768 @ 85Hz, 68.67kHz
1152 x 864 @ 75Hz, 67.5kHz
1152 x 870 @ 75Hz, 68.7kHz
1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz, 63.4kHz
1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz, 79.97kHz
1280x 720 @ 60Hz, 45kHz (HDTV)
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Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Digital
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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3. Test pattern
Item
1
2
Test condition
Frequency & performance
Monitor saturation
Pattern
Cross-hatch pattern
16-gray scale pattern
3
RGB color performance
RGB color
4
Sub-pixel defect
RGB color
5
Full white
Full white
6
7.
8.
Full black
5-cycle pattern
1-dot pattern
Full black
5-cycle pattern
1-dot pattern
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Specification
No noise is allowed, all colors must be clear
3 to 4 levels must be saturated when brightness
and contrast are set to 100%
Check the color temperature of
RGB signal color
Check for sub-pixel defects
Check the brightness and contrast ratio,
and check for bright pixel defects
Check the BU
Check the flicker
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
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Remark
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3,
4, 5
Pattern 3,
4,5
Pattern 6
Pattern 7
Pattern 8
Pattern 9
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Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Pattern 7
Pattern 8
Pattern 9
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6. Firmware update procedure :
When examining a monitor, please check whether the firmware version is the latest. If not,
please follow the procedure below to upgrade to the latest version.
1. Equipment needed :
- VX724
- PC ( Personal computer )
- LPT cable
- Fixture (LM5ISP)
- Firmware upgrade program
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Connection :
To Monitor
To PC
Appendix A : How to install the software for ISP:
1. To set up ISP environment:
Hardware: PC or notebook, parallel (printer) cable, ISP tooling.
Software: If OS is Win2000 or WinXP, please install "PORT95NT.exe".
In order to ensure that the system can execute the ISP program, please adjust the BIOS settings
in the PC or notebook as shown in Fig 0.0.
Fig 0.0
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2. Double-click the "PORT95NT.exe" icon in Windows and install the program; see Fig 0.1.
Fig 0.1
3. Continue through the installation process by pressing "Next" four times; see Fig. 0.2.
Fig. 0.2
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4. Choose "Typical" then press "Next;" see Fig. 0.3.
Fig. 0.3
5. Continue through the installation process by pressing "Next" four times; see Fig. 0.4.
Fig. 0.4
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6. When the installation is complete, restart the PC or notebook; see Fig 0.5.
Fig. 0.5
Install ISP
1. The user may download the ISP driver and PORT95NT installation package from the Myson Century website
(www.myson.com.)
2. The files extracted from the ZIP file are listed in Fig 1.0. Double-click setup.exe to install.
Fig 1.0
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3. Press the "Next" button to continue; see Fig 1.1.
Fig 1.1
4. Press the "Change" button to change the install path if desired, and then press the "Next" button to
continue; see Fig 1.2.
Fig 1.2
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5. Press the "Install" button to continue; see Fig 1.3.
Fig. 1.3
6. When installation has finished, press the "Finish" button; see Fig 1.4.
Fig. 1.4
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Appendix B: How to use software to upgrade the BIOS:
1. After installation, shortcuts may be found in the settings path or the program menu (default setting); see Fig 2.1.
Fig. 2.1
2. The security file is a key to use ISP functions; press the "OK" button. See Fig 2.2.
Fig. 2.2
3. The warning shown in Fig. 2.3 is used to remind the user that a CPU rate that differs from IIC protocol
may cause the ISP functions to fail; press the "OK" button.
Fig. 2.3
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4. As shown in Fig. 2.4, press the "Create Security File" button to key in a security code, and use the slider bar to
adjust the speed of the IIC bus.
Speed of IIC bus
Security code
Fig. 2.4
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5. Fig 2.5 shows the settings for the ISP software's security code. It requires two command numbers,
and the commands must be keyed in sequentially: 7C, 4C, 77. The command numbers and commands
must be set by the user while coding. For more details, please refer to section 6 boot code of ISP.
Fig. 2.5
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Appendix C: Using ISP to program MCU
1. As shown in Fig. 3.1, select the MTV type first, load the binary or intel hex file to be programmed into the
MCU, click "OK," then press the "RUN" button.
Step 2
Step 1
Step 3
Step 4
Fig. 3.1
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2. If the user changes the MTV type, the file must be loaded again, as the previously loaded file will be cleared.
3. CRC (cyclic redundancy check): the host can check the result in the CRC register instead of reading every byte in flash.
The Check MCU CRC OK message indicates that the host has verified the program's CRC; see Fig.3.2.
Fig. 3.2
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6.
Troubleshooting Flow Chart
1. Display color abnormal:
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2. Monitor cannot power on
Can not power on monitor
NO
Change adaptor
Check adaptor
OK
NO
Repair open / short
Check K/B
Open / short?
OK
NO
Change X1 / X2
Check crystal X1 / X2?
OK
NO
Change failed part
Check CN 6, R79
Pin 40 of U6?
OK
NO
Fix power supply circuit
Check power supply
(12V, 5V, 2.5V & 3.3V)
OK
Change M/B
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3. Monitor white screen
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4. Monitor black screen
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5. Analog input: always shows NO SIGNAL:
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6. Digital input: always shows NO SIGNAL
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7.
Recommended Spare Parts List
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST (VX724-1 for "AUO V.8 (4ms) Panel")
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1c
Serial No. Prefix: PSN
Item
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Ref. P/N
Location
Added 07/15/05
B-00003439
1HYJZZZVSF7
Button board
1
B-00002833
10MBZZZVST8
main board
1
B-00002834
Over driver board
1
B-00002481
1HYTZZZVSJ8
1HYJZZZVSJ8
AS02B012DA6
power board
1
Back cover assy
C-BC-0302-0598
37L7VBCVS54
back cover
1
6
Front bezel assy
C-FP-0301-9935
33L7VFBVS53
front bezel ass'y
1
7
I/O Cover
Added 07/15/05
M-CV-0830-2540
EBL7V026016
I/O Cover
1
8
Base Assembly
Added 07/15/05
C-BS-0303-0536
26L7VSAVS33
EBL7V025010
stand assy
1
1
Description
Board Assembly:
2
Button board
Main Board
3
Over driver board
4
Power board
5
Cabinets:
9
10
Cables:
Update Vendor P/N
07/15/05
Stand cover rear
M-CV-0830-2541
Cable for MB-B/B (8P/10P. Rev.1A)
M-MS-0808-9398
11
Cable for MB-LCD (30P. Rev.1A)
CB-00002525
DDL7VDTH009
DD0L9VLC015
12
Cable for MB-over driver
CB-00002522
DD0L9V0B000
13
DVI cable
14
VGA cable
15
Documentation:
Electronic
Components:
Hardware:
Added 07/15/05
User manual + CD wizard
stand cover
1
M/B-B/B cable
1
MB-LCD cable
1
MB-over driver cable
CB-00003440
DD0L0TTH108
DVI cable
M-MS-0808-9399
DDL7VDPC005
VGA cable
1
DC-00002835
HGL7V021019
user's manual
1
LCD panel
1
1
E-00002836
AA000170101
M-SCW-0824-0728
MM30050IBJ3
HW-00002837
MM30070BBJ1
MF30070BBJ1
M-00002524
HCL9V007018
4ms sticker on carton
1
M-MS-0808-9682
JXL9V001010
LCD panel film
1
M-MS-0808-7399
JXL7V003017
LCD panel film
1
P-00002838
HFL7V013015
carton
1
End cap (L)
P-FM-0602-0875
HBL7V007011
cushion
1
23
End cap (R)
P-FM-0602-0876
HBL7V008018
cushion
1
24
EPE bags
P-00000434
HAL7V005018
EPE bags
1
M-00003441
GAL7V013011
Rubber Plug Vesa
4
16
17
18
19
17" AUO TFT LCD panel M170EG01 V8 (4ms)
Universal number# Q'ty
Screw M3.0*5.0-I (NI) GP
Screw M3.0*7.0-B(NI)
Miscellaneous:
4ms sticker
LCD film L9V
20
21
LCD film L9V
Packing Material: Carton
22
25
Plastics:
Update Vendor P/N
07/15/05
Rubber Plug Vesa
Removed and
Replaced Part
07/15/05
Added 07/15/05
23
14
M-Model (xxx-1M)
Description
Item
1
Accessories:
ECR/ECN
Power Cord
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0224
DM333181G97
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
P-Model (xxx-1P)
Description
Item
1
Accessories:
Power Cord
2
Documentation:
User manual + CD wizard
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0224
DM333181G97
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
DC-00003442
HGL7V0020012
user's manual
1
G-Model (xxx-1G)
Description
Item
1
2
Accessories:
Documentation:
ECR/ECN
Power Cord
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0306
DM333181S01
HCL7V024014
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
ADDRESS LABEL
1
Address Label
DC-00003443
3
QC-Pass Label
DC-00003444
HCL7V026017
QC-PASS LABEL
1
4
Warranty Card
DC-00003445
HDL7V005011
WARRANTY CARD
1
5
User manual + CD wizard
DC-00003342
Warranty Sticker
M-00003446
HGL7V0020012
user's manual
HCL7V023018 WARRANTY STICKER
6
Miscellaneous:
1
1
E-Model (xxx-1E)
Description
Item
1
Accessories:
Power Cord
2
Documentation:
User manual + CD wizard
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0227
DM333181801
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
DC-00003342
HGL7V0020012
user's manual
1
Remark 1: Above listed items are examples, supplier can expand the rows to add more necessary items.
Remark 2: All revised RSPLs with newly added items or any change made should be highlighted and correlated with the ECN/ECR approved by ViewSonic Corporation. This is
to eliminate repeated cross checks of each item between this version and prior versions.
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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST (VX724-1 for "QDI (8ms) Panel")
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1c
Serial No. Prefix: PSN
Description
Item
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Ref. P/N
Location
1
Board Assembly: Power board
B-00003429
AS02B012D75
Power board
2
Button board
B-00003439
1HYJZZZVSF7
Button board
1
3
Main Board
B-00003448
1SL7VDMB001
Main board
1
4
Over drive board
Main Board (FOR L7VDQ-51,2523)QDI
B-00003449
Added on 06/15/06
1SL7VD0B005
1SL7VDMB010
OD board
main board
1
1
Sub Board - Over Drive Board (FOR L7VDQ-51)
Added on 06/15/06
5
B-00006095
Universal number# Q'ty
1
B-00006096
1SL7VD0B013
OD board
1
Cable for MB-over driver
CB-00002522
DD0L9V0B000
Cable for MB-OD/B
1
8
Cable for MB-LCD (30P. Rev.1A)
CB-00002525
DD0L9VLC015
Cable for MB-LCD
1
9
DVI cable
CB-00003440
DD0L0TTH108
DVI cabe
1
10
DVI cable
CB-00003440
DD0L0TTH108
DVI cabe
1
11
Cable for MB-B/B (8P/10P. Rev.1A)
M-MS-0808-9398
DDL7VDTH009
Cable for MB-B/B
1
12
VGA cable
M-MS-0808-9399
DDL7VDPC005
VGA cable
1
13
VGA cable
M-MS-0808-9399
DDL7VDPC005
14
CABLE MB-BUTTON(8P/10P,240MM)L7VD GP
Back Cover Assembly
CB-00006098
VGA cable
cable for Button-MB
1
1
back cover
1
6
7
Cables:
C-BC-0302-0598
DDL7VDBU107
37L7VBCVS54
16
Base Assembly
C-BS-0303-0536
26L7VSAVS33
stand assy
1
17
I/O Cover
M-CV-0830-2540
EBL7V026016
I/O Cover
1
18
I/O Cover
M-CV-0830-2540
1
Stand cover rear
M-CV-0830-2541
EBL7V026016
EBL7V025010
I/O Cover
19
stand cover
1
20
Front bezel assy
C-FP-0301-9935
33L7VFBVS53
DC-00006097
HGL7VD04015
front bezel ass'y
user guide
1
1
E-00002216
AA17EL07055
E-00006099
AA17EL07195
LCD panel
LCD panel
1
1
15
Cabinets:
21
Documents:
QSG+CD (USA)L7VDQ-5
22
Electronic
Components:
17" QDI TFT LCD panel QD170EL07 Rev:09 (8ms)
23
Hardware:
LCD(TFT) 17" QD17EL07 REV:11 V08" GP
Added on 06/15/06
Added on 06/15/06
Added on 06/15/06
HW-00002837
MF30070BBJ1
M-SCW-0824-0728
MM30050IBJ3
4ms sticker
M-00002524
HCL9V007018
4ms sticker on carton
1
27
4ms sticker
M-00002524
HCL9V007018
4ms sticker on carton
1
28
Rubber Plug Vesa
M-00003441
GAL7V013011
Rubber Plug Vesa
4
29
LCD film L7VC
M-MS-0808-7399
JXL7V003017
LCD FILM
1
24
25
26
30
Screw M3.0*7.0-B(NI)
Screw M3.0*5.0-I (NI) GP
Miscellaneous:
Packing Material: EPE bags
31
Craft Carton
32
Generic Box
Added on 06/15/06
33
Generic Foam Set
Added on 06/15/06
34
End cap (L)
35
End cap (R)
14
23
P-00000434
HAL7V005018
EPE bags
1
P-00002838
HFL7V013015
carton
1
P-00002515
20653
P-00001347
P-FM-0602-0875
30833
HBL7V007011
cushion
1
P-FM-0602-0876
HBL7V008018
cushion
1
M-Model (xxx-1M)
Description
Item
1
Accessories:
ECR/ECN
Power Cord
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0224
DM333181G97
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
P-Model (xxx-1P)
Description
Item
1
Accessories:
Power Cord
2
Documentation:
User manual + CD wizard
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0224
DM333181G97
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
DC-00003447
HGL7VD03019
User manual
1
G-Model (xxx-1G)
Description
Item
1
2
Accessories:
Documentation:
ECR/ECN
Power Cord
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0306
DM333181S01
HCL7V024014
Power cord
1
ADDRESS LABEL
1
Universal number# Q'ty
Address Label
DC-00003443
3
QC-Pass Label
DC-00003444
HCL7V026017
QC-PASS LABEL
1
4
Warranty Card
DC-00003445
HDL7V005011
WARRANTY CARD
1
User manual + CD wizard
DC-00003447
1
M-00003446
HGL7VD03019
HCL7V023018
User manual
Warranty Sticker
WARRANTY STICKER
1
5
6
Miscellaneous:
E-Model (xxx-1E)
Description
Item
1
Accessories:
Power Cord
2
Documentation:
User manual + CD wizard
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Ref.P/N
Location
A-PC-0106-0227
DM333181801
Power cord
Universal number# Q'ty
1
DC-00003447
HGL7VD03019
User manual
1
Remark 1: Above listed items are examples, supplier can expand the rows to add more necessary items.
Remark 2: All revised RSPLs with newly added items or any change made should be highlighted and correlated with the ECN/ECR approved by ViewSonic Corporation. This is to eliminate
repeated cross checks of each item between this version and prior versions
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VX724-1
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049-1W
Rev: 1a
BOM LIST (VX724-1 for "AUO Panel")
Item
1
2
3
4
ViewSonic P/N
#N/A
B-00002839
#N/A
#N/A
Ref. P/N
1L7VDZAVS81
29L9I0MB017
39L9IDP0056
41L9ISS0053
Description
L7VD LCD M+OD((L7VDA-5,AU)US(VX724)
L9I M/B ASSY(FOR L7VDA-5 REALTEK,2523)AU
L9I M/B DIP ASSY(L9VDA-5 REALTEK)2523
L9I M/B S/S ASSY(L9VDA-5 REALTEK)2523
5
#N/A
CC62204MD23
CAP ELEC 22U 25V(+-20%,105C,5*11,2000HR)
6
#N/A
CC622L4MD06
CAP ELEC DIP 22U 25V(+-20%,105C,5*11)LXN
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#N/A
#N/A
#N/A
E-L-0407-1563
#N/A
#N/A
#N/A
#N/A
#N/A
M-MS-0808-9809
M-MS-0808-9810
#N/A
#N/A
#N/A
#N/A
B-CB-0206-0188
B-00002481
#N/A
C-FP-0301-9935
C-FP-0301-0992
C-FP-0301-0994
M-MS-0808-9401
PL-BT-0706-0165
M-MS-0808-9243
M-MS-0808-9402
C-BC-0302-0598
M-CV-0830-2543
M-MS-0808-9253
M-MS-0808-9411
M-CV-0830-2542
M-CV-0830-2544
M-CV-0830-2545
M-SCW-0824-6822
M-SCW-0824-6760
M-MS-0808-9406
E-00002836
M-BK-0805-0079
M-MS-0808-9405
M-BK-0805-0077
M-BK-0805-0078
M-SCW-0824-0728
M-SCW-0824-0870
M-SCW-0824-6825
M-SCW-0824-6761
M-MS-0808-9247
#N/A
M-MS-0808-8986
M-SCW-0824-6799
#N/A
#N/A
M-MS-0808-8984
C-BS-0303-0536
#N/A
M-BK-0805-0081
M-MS-0808-9403
#N/A
M-SCW-0824-6824
M-CV-0830-2547
M-SCW-0824-0728
M-CV-0830-2546
M-SCW-0824-6760
M-SCW-0824-6822
M-MS-0808-9404
#N/A
M-MS-0808-9398
CB-00002525
CC71004MD68
CC710L4MD08
CC73303MD51
DC04725K002
BG624576031
BG611059319
DFHD06MR247
DFDS15FR050
DFDI30FR049
DFHD30MR259
DFHD10MR316
AZL7VD0A103
22L9V00B007
32L9V0SS017
AZL7VD0A308
23L7VBB0034
AS02B012DA6
22L7VDLA004
33L7VFBVS53
EAL7V019019
EAL7V020017
EBL7V028019
EBL7V027012
FEL7V003019
FEL7V007014
37L7VBCVS54
EAL7V021013
FEL7V005011
FBL70008014
FBL7V042011
FBL7V043018
FBL7V044014
MF30070BBJ1
MS30060IM18
MM40080FL69
AA000170101
FAL7V014017
FAL7V015013
FBL7V038014
FBL7V039011
MM30050IBJ3
MS40070B808
MM30040IJ21
MM30030IBJ4
EBL70023013
GAL7V013011
MBLI1004018
MM35080BBW2
GAL7E002013
MBL9V001019
FCL70004010
26L7VSAVS33
34L7VSSVS13
FBL7V040019
FBL7V041015
GAL7V011018
MM40060FL60
EAL7V023016
MM30050IBJ3
EBL7V024013
MS30060IM18
MF30070BBJ1
EBL7V029015
23L7VDCS013
DDL7VDTH009
DD0L9VLC015
CAP ELEC 100U 25V +-20%,105C,6*11,LESR
CAP ELEC 100U 25V(+-20%,105C,6*11)LXN
CAP ELEC 330U 16V(+-20%,105C,8*11,2000HR
CHOKE COIL 47UH(2.5A,+-10%,T07473)
CRYSTAL DIP 24.576MHZ(30PPM,20PF,49/US)
CRYSTAL DIP 11.0592MHZ(+-30PPM,49/US)
CONN DIP HEADER 6P 2R MR(P2.5,H6.0)
CONN D-SUB 15P 3R FR,P1.15,H12.55,NO SRW
CONN DVI-I DIP30P 3R FR(P1.905,H10.04)
CONN DIP HEADER 30P 2R MR(P2.0,H4.0)
CONN DIP HEADER 10P 1R MR(P2.0,H4.1)
L7VDA-5 SW BIOS IMAGE(R2523,AU V2) N/A
L9V OVER DRIVER/B ASSY(FOR L7VDA-5)
L9V OVER DRIVER/B S/S ASSY
L7VDA-5 SW BIOS IMAGE(OD AU M170EG01)
L7VD BUTTON/B ASSY
ADD/INV,FSP035-1PI01H ,90~264V REV1A
L7VDA-5 LCD MODULE ASSY(AU)
L7VD FRONT BEZEL ASSY
BEZEL L7VD(EAL7V019,REV3A)
MIDDLE BEZEL L7VD(EAL7V020,REV3A)
LENS L7VD(EBL7V028,REV3A)
CONTROL BUTTON L7VD(EBL7V027,REV3A)
LOGO FRONT-VSC-38MM L7VC(FEL7V003,REV3A)
BIRD LOGO L7VD(FEL7V007,REV3A)
L7VD BACK COVER ASSY
LCD COVER L7VD(EAL7V021,REV3A)
LOGO PLATE ELLIPSE L7VC(FEL7V005,REV3A)
LOCK METAL L70B(FBL70008,REV3A) GP
HINGE -L L7VD(FBL7V042,REV3B)
HNGE-BKT L7VD(FBL7V043,REV3A)
HINGE-R L7VD(FBL7V044,REV3B)
SCREW F3.0*7.0-B (NI)
SCREW F3*6-I(NI)
SCREW M4.0*8.0-F (BNI,NYLOK)
LCD(TFT) 17" M170EG01 REV:V8
PCB BKT L7VD(FAL7V014,REV3A)
PCB SHIELDING L7VD(FAL7V015,REV3A)
LCD BKT-L L7VD(FBL7V038,REV3A)
LCD BKT-R L7VD(FBL7V039,REV3A)
SCREW M3.0*5.0-I(NI) GP
SCREW M4*7B (BMC)NYLOK
SCREW M3.0*4.0-I(BNI)
SCREW M3*3-I-NI
WIRE MOUNTS L70L-E(EBL70023,REV3A) GP
RUBBER PLUG VESA L7VD (GAL7V013,REV3A)
IO NUT LI1(MBLI1004,REV3A)
SCREW M3.5*8-B (NI,WASHER)
LCD RUBBER L7E(GAL7E002,REV3B)
IO NUT L9VDA-5(MBL9V001,REV3A)M3*15*6
LCD MYLAR L70L-E(FCL70004,REV3A)
L7VD STAND ASSY
L7VD STAND SUB ASSY
STAND BKT L7VD(FBL7V040,REV3B)
STAND PLATE L7VD(FBL7V041,REV3A)
RUBBER FOOT L7VD(GAL7V011,REV3A)
SCREW M4.0*6.0-F (BNI,NYLOK)
STAND BASE L7VD(EAL7V023,REV3A)
SCREW M3.0*5.0-I(NI) GP
STAND COVER F L7VD(EBL7V024,REV3A)
SCREW F3*6-I(NI)
SCREW F3.0*7.0-B (NI)
WIRE CLAMP L7VD(EBL7V029,REV3A)
L7VDQ-5 CHASSIS ASSY(QDI)
CABLE MB-BUTTON(8P/10P,190MM)L7VD GP
CABLE MB-LCD(30P,140MM)L9V-5 GP
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C34,C46,C50,C53,C59,C
84,EC1,EC2,EC3,EC5,EC
6
C34,C46,C50,C53,C59,C
84,EC1,EC2,EC3,EC5,EC
6
C70
C70
C6,EC4
L2
Y1
Y2
CN1
CN2
CN4
CN5
CN6
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VX724-1
Item
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ViewSonic P/N
M-SCW-0824-0813
#N/A
CB-00002522
#N/A
M-MS-0808-9399
A-PC-0106-0224
M-CV-0830-2540
M-CV-0830-2541
P-00000434
P-FM-0602-0875
P-FM-0602-0876
M-LB-0813-0747
#N/A
M-LB-0813-0745
M-LB-0813-1042
P-00002838
DC-00002835
#N/A
M-MS-0808-7399
M-LB-0813-1043
#N/A
M-00002524
Ref. P/N
MF30060BBJ6
EBL7V030013
DD0L9V0B000
24L7VDPK002
DDL7VDPC005
DM333181G97
EBL7V026016
EBL7V025010
HAL7V005018
HBL7V007011
HBL7V008018
HCL7V004013
HCL7V029016
HCL7V002011
HCL7V019011
HFL7V013015
HGL7V021019
JXLM5003011
JXL7V003017
HCL70021011
HFL7V011012
HCL9V007018
ViewSonic Corporation
Description
SCREW F3.0*6-B(NI)
PCB SPACER L7VD(EBL7V030,REV3A)
CABLE MB-OVER DRIVER(30P,50MM)L9V-5 GP
L7VDA-5 PACKING ASSY(USA)
CABLE MB-VGA (15/15P,1.8M)L7VD GP
POWER CORD 3P 1.8M(USA)V04VS350012180
I/O COVER L7VD(EBL7V026,REV3A)
STAND COVER R L7VD(EBL7V025,REV3A)
EPE BAG L7VD(HAL7V005,REV3A)
END CAP(L) L7VD(HBL7V007,REV3A)
END CAP(R) L7VD(HBL7V008,REV3A)
CORE LABEL(HCL7V004,REV3A)
ID LABEL VX724 L7VD(HCL7V029,REV3A)
SERIAL LEBAL L7V(HCL7V002,REV3A)
CARTON LABEL L7VC(HCL7V019,REV3B)
CARTON VX724 L7VD(HFL7V013,REV3A)
CD+QSG VX724 USA L7VD(HGL7V021,REV3A)
HANDLE LM5S(JXLM5003,REV 3B) GP
LCD FILM L7VC(JXL7V003,REV3B)
HI-POT LABEL L70L(HCL70021,REV3A)
SPACE PLATE L7VD(HFL7V011,REV3A)
4MS STICKER VX924 L9VD(HCL9V007,REV3A)
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1
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1
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VX724-1
BOM LIST (VX724(QDI))
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1c
Serial No. Prefix:
PSN
Item
1
2
3
ViewSonic P/N
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ref. P/N
1L7VDZXVS49
21L9TAMB0C1
31L9TASS0B8
Description
L7VDQ-4 LCD MONITOR(USA) GP
L9TA M/B ASSY(FOR L7TA-D)RTD2523 GP
L9TA M/B S/S ASSY(FOR L7TA-D)RTD2523 GP
4
N/A
CC62204MD23
CAP EC 22U 25V(+-20%,105C,5*11,2KHR)GP
5
6
7
8
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N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
B-00003993
N/A
N/A
N/A
M-BK-0805-0077
M-BK-0805-0078
M-MS-0808-8986
M-SCW-0824-6802
M-SCW-0824-0813
M-SCW-0824-0726
M-SCW-0824-6799
M-SCW-0824-6761
CB-00004152
N/A
CB-00002522
N/A
N/A
N/A
M-SCW-0824-6825
N/A
N/A
N/A
M-MS-0808-9248
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
M-MS-0808-9815
N/A
M-CV-0830-2540
M-CV-0830-2541
N/A
CB-00002602
P-00000434
P-FM-0602-0875
P-FM-0602-0876
M-LB-0813-0747
N/A
M-LB-0813-0745
M-LB-0813-1042
P-00002838
PL-00005198
M-MS-0808-7399
M-LB-0813-1043
N/A
CB-00003440
N/A
E-00006099
N/A
DC-00003321
M-00002524
A-PC-0106-0224
N/A
CC71004MD68
CC73303MD51
BG624576104
BG611059327
DFHD08FR102
DFDS15FR041
DFDS15FR076
DFDI30FR022
DFDI30FR103
DFHD30MR267
DFHD10MR324
22L9V00B082
32L9V0SS033
AZL7VDV0005
23L7VDBB001
DFHD08MR319
BEYG0014DA0
DAL7VDTB113
DHP0002B205
AS05B312D00
24L7VDLB002
34L7VDLB002
36L9V0PB008
FBL7V038014
FBL7V039011
MBLI1004018
MM30040IBJ9
MF30060BBJ6
MF30080BBJ5
MM35080BBW2
MM30030IBJ4
DD0L9VLC023
DDL9VDBU005
DD0L9V0B000
FCL7G001016
GAL7E002013
FCL9V002016
MM30040IJ21
MM40060BCI6
FCM7T004014
FCL9V005015
FCL7A001014
GBL7B001017
25L7VDLC000
35L7VDLS001
26L7VDSA001
37L7VDSU005
27L7VDCS009
3FL7VDHS005
GAL9V002014
MM30040BBJ4
EBL7V026016
EBL7V025010
28L7VDPK006
DDL7VDPC005
HAL7V005018
HBL7V007011
HBL7V008018
HCL7V004013
HCL7VD01012
HCL7V002011
HCL7V019011
HFL7V013015
JXLM5003011
JXL7V003017
HCL70021011
HFL7V011012
DD0L0TTH108
2AL7VDPTQ04
AA17EL07195
AZL7VDBQ106
HGL7VD04015
HCL9V010019
DM333181G97
HCW0VA03012
CAP EC 100U 25V(+-20%,105C,6*11,LESR) GP
CAP EC 330U 16V(+-20%,105C,8*11,2KH)GP
XTAL DIP 24.576MHZ(+-30PPM,49/S) GP
XTAL DIP 11.0592MHZ(+-30PPM,49/S) GP
CONN DIP HEADER 8P 2R FR(P2.54,H5.0) GP
CONN D-SUB 15P 3R FR(P1.15,H12.55) GP
CONN D-SUB 15P 3R FR(P1.15,H12.55) GP
CONN DVI-I DIP30P 3R FR(P1.905 H10.04)GP
CONN DVI-I DIP30P 3R FR(P1.905,H10.04)GP
CONN DIP HEADER 30P 2R MR(P2.0,H4.0) GP
CONN DIP HEADER 10P 1R MR(P2.0,H4.1) GP
L9V OVER DRIVER/B ASSY(L7VDQ-4) GP
L9V OD/B S/S ASSY(L9E-A5)VTIO3601 GP
L7VDQ-4 SW BIOS (OD/B QDI V11)
L7VD BUTTON/B ASSY GP
CONN DIP HEADER 8P 1R MR(P2.0,H4.1) GP
LED(DIP) YELLOW/GREEN(L-3WYGW-F01) GP
PCB(BUTTON) L7VD TL(1L,180*15,REVA) GP
SWITCH PUCH BUTTON(PT-002-B2,50MA,12V)GP
ADP/INV,FSP043-2PI01 90~264V GP
L7VDQ-4 LCD BEZEL ASSY GP
L7VDQ-4 LCD BEZEL SUB ASSY GP
L9VDQ-4 PCB SHIELDING ASSY GP
LCD BKT-L L7VD(FBL7V038,REV3A)GP
LCD BKT-R L7VD(FBL7V039,REV3A)GP
IO NUT LI1(MBLI1004,REV3A)GP
SCREW M3.0*4.0-I(NI) GP
SCREW F3.0*6-B(NI)GP
SCREW F3.0*8L,B,NI GP
SCREW M3.5*8-B (NI,WASHER)GP
SCREW M3*3-I-NI GP
CABLE LVDS(30P,140MM,LINKTEC,AU)L9VA GP
CABLE MB-BUTTON(8P/10P,190MM) L9VD GP
CABLE MB-OVER DRIVER(30P,50MM)L9V-5 GP
AL FOIL L7G(FCL7G001,REV3A)HAN GP
LCD RUBBER L7E(GAL7E002,REV3B)GP
POWER MYLAR L9VDQ-4(FCL9V002,REV3A) GP
SCREW M3.0*4.0-I(BNI)GP
SCREW M4.0* 6-B(NI,NYLOK) GP
AL FOIL M7T(FCM7T004,REV3A) GP
AL FOIL L9VDQ-4(FCL9V005,R3A)100*80 GP
AL FOIL L7A(FCL7A001,REV3A) GP
VGA GASKET L7B(GBL7B001,REV3A)GP
L7VDQ-4 LCD COVER ASSY GP
L7VDQ-4 LCD COVER SUB ASSY GP
L7VDQ-4 STAND ASSY GP
L7VDQ-4 STAND SUB ASSY GP
L7VDQ-4 CHASSIS ASSY GP
L7VDQ-4 HINGE COVER SUB ASSY GP
RUBBER PLUG VESA L9V(GAL9V002,REV3A)GP
SCREW M3.0*4.0-B(NI)GP
I/O COVER L7VD(EBL7V026,REV3A)GP
STAND COVER R L7VD(EBL7V025,REV3A)GP
L7VDQ-4 PACKING ASSY GP
CABLE MB-VGA (15/15P,1.8M)L7VD GP
EPE BAG L7VD(HAL7V005,REV3A)GP
END CAP(L) L7VD(HBL7V007,REV3A)GP
END CAP(R) L7VD(HBL7V008,REV3A)GP
CORE LABEL(HCL7V004,REV3A)GP
ID LABEL-L VX724 L7VDA-4(HCL7VD01,R3A)GP
SERIAL LEBAL L7V(HCL7V002,REV3A) GP
CARTON LABEL L7VC(HCL7V019,REV3B) GP
CARTON VX724 L7VD(HFL7V013,REV3A)
HANDLE LM5S(JXLM5003,REV 3B) GP
LCD FILM L7VC(JXL7V003,REV3B)GP
HI-POT LABEL L70L(HCL70021,REV3A)GP
SPACE PLATE L7VD(HFL7V011,REV3A)GP
CABLE ASSY L0T MB-DVI(24P,REV2A) GP
L7VDQ-4 PANEL KIT ASSY(QDI V11) GP
LCD(TFT) 17" QD17EL07 REV:11 V08" GP
L7VDQ-4 SW BIOS IMAGE RTD2523(QDI V11)
QSG+CD VX724(USA)L7VDQ-5(HGL7VD04,R3A)GP
3MS STICKER VX924 L9VD(HCL9V010,R3A) GP
POWER CORD 3P 1.8M(USA)V04VS350012180 GP
DVI POP STICKER W0VA(HCW0VA03,REV3A) GP
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Universal number#
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1
C34,C46,C50,C53,C59,C84,
EC1,EC2,EC3,EC5,EC6
C70
C6
Y1
Y2
CN1
CN2
CN2
CN4
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN1
LED1
SW1,SW2,SW3,SW4,SW5
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
7
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.05
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
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Exploded Diagram and Spare Parts List
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EXPLODED PARTS LIST (VX724-1 for "AUO V.8 (4ms) Panel")
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1a
Item
ViewSonic P/N
Ref. P/N
1
C-FP-0301-0992
EAL7V019019
2
C-FP-0301-0994
EAL7V020017
3
PL-BT-0706-0165
EBL7V027012
4
M-MS-0808-9401
EBL7V028019
5
M-MS-0808-9243
FEL7V003019
6
M-MS-0808-9402
FEL7V007014
7
M-BK-0805-0077
FBL7V038014
8
E-00002836
AA000170101
9
M-BK-0805-0078
FBL7V039011
10
M-SCW-0824-0728
MM30050IBJ3
11
M-BK-0805-0079
FAL7V014017
12
B-00002481
AS02B012DA6
13
B-00002839
29L9I0MB017
14
M-MS-0808-9405
FAL7V015013
15
M-SCW-0824-6822
MF30070BBJ1
16
M-CV-0830-2542
FBL7V042011
17
M-SCW-0824-6825
MM30040IJ21
18
B-CB-0206-0188
23L7VBB0034
19
M-MS-0808-9411
FBL70008014
20
M-CV-0830-2543
EAL7V021013
21
M-CV-0830-2540
EBL7V026016
22
M-CV-0830-2544
FBL7V043018
23
M-CV-0830-2545
FBL7V044014
24
M-SCW-0824-6760
MS30060IM18
25
M-MS-0808-9406
MM40080FL69
26
M-CV-0830-2546
EBL7V024013
27
M-CV-0830-2541
EBL7V025010
28
M-SCW-0824-6760
MS30060IM18
29
M-CV-0830-2547
EAL7V023016
30
M-SCW-0824-6824
MM40060FL60
31
M-MS-0808-9403
FBL7V041015
32
M-SCW-0824-6822
MF30070BBJ1
33
M-BK-0805-0081
FBL7V040019
34
CB-00002525
DD0L9VLC015
35
M-MS-0808-9398
DDL7VDTH009
36
M-MS-0808-9404
EBL7V029015
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Description
Bezel
Middle bezel
CONTROL BUTTON L7VD(EBL7V027,REV3A)
LENS
Logo front -VSC
BIRD LOGO L7VD(FEL7V007,REV3A)
LCD-BKT-L
LCD(TFT)17" M170EG01 V.8 SVGA
LCD-BKT-R
SCREW M3.0*5.0-I(NI)
PCB-BKT
ADD/INV,FSP035-1PI01,90~264V REV1A
M/B ASSY(FOR L7VD REALTEK,RTD2523)AU
PCB SHIELDING L7VD(FAL7V015,REV3A)
SCREW F3.0*7.0-B (NI)
Hinge-L
Screw M3*4-I
Button /B ass'y
Lock Metal
LCD cover
I/O cover
Hinge BKT
Hinge-R
SCREW F3.0*6-I(NI)
Screw M 4.0*8.0-F (BNI , Nylok)
Stand cover front
Stand cover rear
Screw F3.0*6-I(NI)
Stand base
Screw M4.0*6.0-F (BNI, NYLOK)
Stand plate
Screw F 3.0*7.0-B (NI)
Stand BKT
Cable FFC MB / LCD
Cable Ass'y button / MB
WIRE CLAMP
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
12
1
1
1
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
2
1
8
1
9
1
1
1
2
VX724
EXPLODED PARTS LIST (VX724-1 for "QDI (8ms) Panel")
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1c
Serial No. Prefix: PSN
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
ViewSonic P/N
C-FP-0301-0992
C-FP-0301-0994
PL-BT-0706-0165
M-MS-0808-9401
M-MS-0808-9243
M-MS-0808-9402
M-BK-0805-0077
E-00006099
M-BK-0805-0078
M-SCW-0824-0728
M-BK-0805-0079
B-00003429
N/A
M-MS-0808-9405
HW-00002837
M-CV-0830-2542
M-SCW-0824-6825
B-CB-0206-0188
M-MS-0808-9411
M-CV-0830-2543
M-CV-0830-2540
M-CV-0830-2544
M-CV-0830-2545
M-SCW-0824-6760
M-MS-0808-9406
M-CV-0830-2546
M-CV-0830-2541
M-SCW-0824-6760
M-CV-0830-2547
M-SCW-0824-6824
M-MS-0808-9403
HW-00002837
M-BK-0805-0081
CB-00002525
M-MS-0808-9398
M-MS-0808-9404
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EAL7V019019
EAL7V020017
EBL7V027012
EBL7V028019
FEL7V003019
FEL7V007014
FBL7V038014
AA17EL07195
FBL7V039011
MM30050IBJ3
FAL7V014017
AS02B012D75
29L9I0MB084
FAL7V015013
MF30070BBJ1
FBL7V042011
MM30040IJ21
23L7VBB0034
FBL70008014
EAL7V021013
EBL7V026016
FBL7V043018
FBL7V044014
MS30060IM18
MM40080FL69
EBL7V024013
EBL7V025010
MS30060IM18
EAL7V023016
MM40060FL60
FBL7V041015
MF30070BBJ1
FBL7V040019
DD0L9VLC015
DDL7VDTH009
EBL7V029015
Description
Bezel
Middle bezel
CONTROL BUTTON L7VD(EBL7V027,REV3A)
LENS
Logo front -VSC
BIRD LOGO L7VD(FEL7V007,REV3A)
LCD-BKT-L
LCD(TFT)17" QD17EL07 V11
LCD-BKT-R
SCREW M3.0*5.0-I(NI)
PCB-BKT
ADD/INV,FSP035-1PI01Q,90~264V REV1A
M/B ASSY(FOR L7VD REALTEK,RTD2523)QDIV11
PCB SHIELDING L7VD(FAL7V015,REV3A)
SCREW F3.0*7.0-B (NI)
Hinge-L
Screw M3*4-I (BNI)
Button /B ass'y
Lock Metal
LCD cover
I/O cover
Hinge BKT
Hinge-R
SCREW F3.0*6-I(NI)
Screw M 4.0*8.0-F (BNI , Nylok)
Stand cover front
Stand cover rear
Screw F3.0*6-I(NI)
Stand base
Screw M4.0*6.0-F (BNI, NYLOK)
Stand plate
Screw F 3.0*7.0-B (NI)
Stand BKT
Cable MB - LCD(30P, 140mm) L9V-5, GP
Cable Ass'y button / MB
WIRE CLAMP
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1
1
1
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1
12
1
1
1
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4
1
4
1
1
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4
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1
2
1
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1
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VX724-1
Packing for shipping
PACKING PART LIST (VX724-1)
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1a
Item
ViewSonic P/N
Ref. P/N
1
#N/A
1L7VDZAVS81
2
P-FM-0602-0875
HBL7V007011
3
P-FM-0602-0876
HBL7V008018
4
DC-00002835
HGL7V021019
5
A-PC-0106-0224
DM333181G97
6
P-00002838
HFL7V013015
7
M-LB-0813-1042
HCL7V019011
8
P-00000434
HAL7V005018
Location
VX724 unit
END CAP(L)
END CAP(R)
User manual & CD
Power cord 3P 1.8M
Carton
Carton label
EPE bag
Q'ty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PACKING PART LIST ( VX724-1 )
ViewSonic Model Number: VS10049
Rev: 1c
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ViewSonic P/N
N/A
P-FM-0602-0875
P-FM-0602-0876
DC-00003321
A-PC-0106-0224
P-00002838
M-LB-0813-1042
P-00000434
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Ref. P/N
1L7VDZQVS88
HBL7V007011
HBL7V008018
HGL7VD04015
DM333181G97
HFL7V013015
HCL7V019011
HAL7V005018
Location
VX724 unit
END CAP(L)
END CAP(R)
User manual & CD
Power cord 3P 1.8M
Carton
Carton label
EPE bag
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Packing procedure
1. Apply protective film to the display surface.
2. Put the monitor in EPE bag and seal the bag with tape.
3. Fit the cushions onto the monitor.
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4. Put the monitor into the carton and put all the accessories into the carton.
Then close the carton.
QSG
Power cord
Disassembling the monitor
1. Turn the monitor to face the back and remove the I/O cover.
2. Remove the stand back cover.
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3. Remove the four black hinge screws and separate the stand and head pieces.
4. Place the monitor face-down on a soft, flat, stable surface.
5. Separate the back cover and the front bezel.
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6. Remove the screws that fix the button board (B/B) and pull the cable out from the
connector on the main board (M/B).
7. Remove the B/B.
8. Remove the screws on the PCB shield; remove the PCB shield.
Screws
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9. Remove the MB-LCD connector and loosen the four screws on the PCB holder.
Screws
10. Separate the PCB holder from the panel.
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11. Loosen the four screws on the sides of the panel.
12. Remove the front bezel and panel.
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13. Remove the four hexagon screws beside the DVI & D-SUB connectors.
14. Remove the screws that fix the power board and main board.
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VX724-1
REALTEK RTD2523BLOCK DIAGRAM
DDC-SCL;DDC-SDA
12V
HSYNC ,VSYNC
ANALOG
RGB
Triple
ADC
Interface
AR AG AB
12V
5V
AIC1563
3.3V
AIC117ADJ
2.5V
AIC1117ADJ
DDC
24C02
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DVI
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RTD2523
9. Block Diagram
Crystal
11.059MHz
CPU
MTV312V64
17” Panel
CLK+
CLK-
SCL
SDA
RST
ISP
LVDS+
LVDS-
IRQ
CSZ
Host
Interface
Panel
Inverter
control
5V
Switch
Si2301DS
12V
Keypad
BRIGHTNESS
ON/OFF
ADAPTOR
Backight
Control
Inverter
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EEPROM
24C16
Panel
Interface
Backlight
Clock
GEN.
Crystal
24.576MHz
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Schematic
Diagrams
+3.3V+2.5V
RSDS AND LVDS
DVI
SCALAR RTD2523
PC
VGA
ANALOG RGB
POWER
+3.3V
LCDVCC
AUDIO_MUTE
AUDIO_VOLUME
BRIGHTNESS
INVCTRL
MICRO-CONTROLLER
MTV312
DDC
AC 90-264V
LCDPWR_ON3.3V
+3.3V
EEPROM
24LC16
LCD
PANEL(17
19 RSDS
AND
LVDS)
+3.3V +12V
LCDPWR_ON12V
10.
+12V
POWER INVERTER
AND AUDIO BOARD
AIC
1563
+5.0V
AIC1739
AIC1739
+2.5V
+3.3V
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Date
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
Rev:
PAGE1 VGA
INPUT
L8
RED+IN
0/6
R24
DDC_SDA
16
CN2
11
DDC_SDA 12
IN-H
13
IN-V
14
VGA/NC
DSUB_5V
75/6/F
L9
GREEN+IN
NC
0/6
R27
DSUB_5V
GREEN-IN
100/6
C16
0.047u/6
R25
100/6
C18
0.047u/6
R26
100/6
C19
0.047u/6
R28
100/6
C21
0.047u/6
R29
100/6
C22
0.047u/6
RED+
RED-
DEL L11,C32,U6,R51,R52
GREEN+
2004/6/17
C20
75/6/F
NC
PIN 10 VGA_CON
17
DDC_SCL 15
RED-IN
RED+IN
RED-IN
GREEN+IN
GREEN-IN
BLUE+IN
BLUE-IN
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
10
R23
C17
GREENSOGIN
DDC_SCL
R30
1M/6
RED-IN
GREEN-IN
BLUE-IN
IN-H
DDC_SCL
CN3
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
BLUE+IN
RED+IN
GREEN+IN
BLUE+IN
GND
IN-V
DDC_SDA
DSUB_5V
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
L10
0/6
C24
R32
BLUE-IN
NC
75/6/F
VGA INPUT
IN-H
L31
0/6
100/6
C23
0.047u/6
R33
100/6
C25
0.047u/6
VGAHS
100/6
R35
C26
2K/6
22P/6
BLUE+
BLUE-
AHS
D34
Add D34,D35,L31
2004/6/17
Z3.3V
GREEN+IN
3
DEL D29
D9
DAN217K/NC
BLUE+IN
3
2004/6/17
IN-V
3
R36
100/6
VGAVS
R37
C28
2K/6
22P/6
AVS
D35
Z3.3V
3
D17
D13
Z5.6/NC
BAT54C-GS08/NC
Z5.6/NC
C29
Add R156~R162 damping RES 2004/4/16
CN4
10K/6NC
100/6NC
Hot_plug
3
3
D22
TX1TX1+
R159
R160
0
0
TX0TX0+
R161
R162
0
0
TXC+
TXC-
3
D27
Z5.6/NC
1
1
1
3
D26
D28
Z5.6/NC
Z5.6/NC
1
D25
Z5.6/NC
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1
1
0
0
100/6/NC
R47
100/6/NC
DDC2_SCL
DDC2_SDA
D23
Z5.6/NC
R157
R158
R46
Z5.6/NC
Z5.6/NC
DVI-D/NC
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7
6
5
D21
Z5.6/NC
3
C30
0.1U/6/NC
VCC
VCLK
SCK
SDA
M24C02/NC
1
Z5.6/NC
NC
NC
NC
VSS
Z5.6/NC
D20
3
D24
C31
1U/6NC
1
2
3
4
3
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
R48
R49
TX2TX2+
D19
Z5.6/NC
Bus_Power
0
0
R45
2K/6/NC
1
RX0RX0+
GND
RX5RX5+
GND
RXC+
RXC-
3
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
D18
DDC2_SCL
DDC2_SDA
1
RX1RX1+
GND
RX3RX3+
5V
GND
HP
R155
R156
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
RX2RX2+
GND
RX4RX4+
SCL
SDA
VS
26
R44
2K/6/NC
U5
3
25
0.1U/6/NC
3
1
Z5.6/NC
1
Z5.6/NC
D12
1
D11
1
3
3
D10
3DVCC
Bus_Power
DDC_SCL
3
DDC_SDA
IN-V
1
IN-H
1
1
1
1
RED+IN
D8
DAN217K/NC
3
D7
DAN217K/NC
2
2
2
1
ADC_VCC
R34
R31
3
GND
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R50
10K/6NC
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Model
Title
VGA AND DVI INPUT
Date
Rev:
3DVCC
R3DVCC
2.5DVCC
22uF/16V
3AVCC1
ADC_VCC
L19 FEB_0805
C60
0.1u/6
B+
BSOG
G+
GR+
R-
BLUE+
BLUESOGIN
GREEN+
GREENRED+
RED-
+
C61
0.1u/6
3AVCC1
C58
0.1u/6
0.1u/6
C53 +
C57
0.1u/6
L15 FEB_0805
C56
0.1u/6
C54
Near to Chip
C63
0.1u/6
3AVCC2
TMDS_AVCC
C55
0.1u/6
3AVCC2
4.7K/6
C59
22uF/16V
R58
RX2P
RX2N
RX1P
RX1N
RX0P
RX0N
RXCP
RXCN
TX2+
TX2TX1+
TX1TX0+
TX0TXC+
TXC-
C62
0.1u/6
NC
1K/6
C64
0.1u/6
ADC_GND
C43.C44.C45盡量靠近IC
AHS
AVS
C46
10uF/16V
C45
0.1u/6
C44
0.1u/6
C43
0.1u/6
C42
0.1u/6
C41
0.1u/6
C40
0.1u/6
C39
0.1u/6
C38
0.1u/6
C37
0.1u/6
9
12
14
15
17
18
20
21
23
24
TMDS_TST/PWM1
EXT_RES
RX2P
RX2N
RX1P
RX1N
RX0P
RX0N
RXCP
RXCN
11
13
19
26
10
16
22
25
TMDS_VDD
TMDS_VDD
TMDS_VDD
TMDS_VDD
TMDS_GND
TMDS_GND
TMDS_GND
TMDS_GND
30
31
33
34
35
37
38
B+
BSOG/ADC_TEST
G+
GR+
R-
29
36
41
ADC_VDD
ADC_VDD
ADC_VDD
28
ADC_REFIO
27
32
39
40
ADC_GND
ADC_GND
ADC_GND
ADC_GND
42
43
AHS
AVS
127
98
69
45
121
110
95
83
71
58
49
128
97
70
44
2.5V Ground
2.5V Ground
2.5V Ground
2.5V Ground
PLL_TEST1
PLL_TEST2
2.5V Power
2.5V Power
2.5V Power
2.5V Power
6
7
3.3V Power
3.3V Power
3.3V Power
3.3V Power
3.3V Power
3.3V Power
3.3V Power
DPLL_VDD
APLL_VDD
DPLL_GND
APLL_GND
TCON11
TCON10
TCON9
TCON8
TCON7
TCON6
TCON5
RTD_SCLK
RTD_SDO/SDI
SDIO1
SDIO2
SDIO3
RTD_SCSB
RESET
113
112
55
AR1N
AR1P/TCON[0]
AR2N/TCON[1]
AR2P/TCON[5]
AR3N/TCON[6]
AR3P/TCON[7]
AG1N/TCON[8]
AG1P/TCON[9]
AG2N/TCON[10]
AG2P/TCON[11]
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
AR1N
AR1P
AR2N
AR2P
AR3N
AR3P
AG1N
AG1P
AG2N
AG2P
BG3N
BG3P
BCLKN
BCLKP
BB1N
BB1P
BB2N
BB2P
BB3N
BB3P
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
BG3N
BG3P
BCLKN
BCLKP
BB1N
BB1P
BB2N
BB2P
BB3N
BB3P
AG3N/TEAN
AG3P/TEAP
ACLKN/TEBN
ACLKP/TEBP
AB1N/TECN
AB1P/TECP
AB2N/TECLKN
AB2P/TECLKP
AB3N/TEDN
AB3P/TEDP
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
RXEIN0RXEIN0+
RXEIN1RXEIN1+
RXEIN2RXEIN2+
RXECKINRXECKIN+
RXEIN3RXEIN3+
BR1N/TOAN
BR1P/TOAP
BR2N/TOBN
BR2P/TOBP
BR3N/TOCN
BR3P/TOCP
BG1N/TOCLKN
BG1P/TOCLKP
BG2N/TODN
BG2P/TODP
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
RXOIN0RXOIN0+
RXOIN1RXOIN1+
RXOIN2RXOIN2+
RXOCKINRXOCKIN+
RXOIN3RXOIN3+
RTD2523
50
54
53
52
51
111
56
AHS
AVS
4
5
3
8
TCON[12]/COUT/PWM2
PWM0/REFCLK
TCON[13]/COUT/PWM2
TCON[11]/V[0]
TCON[10]/V[1]
TCON[9]/V[2]
TCON[8]/V[3]
TCON[7]/V[4]
TCON[6]/V[5]
TCON[5]/V[6]
TCON[1]/V[7]
TCON[0]/VCLK
R56
R55
4.7K/6/NC
R57
0.1u/6
TP2
1
TEST POINT
R66
DDC_SDA
DDC_SCL
100/6
R71
R72
NC
NC
VBRI
VOLUME
114
115
116
117
118
119
122
123
124
TMDS_AVCC
XO
XI
DDCSDA
DDCSCL
DDCSDA2
DDCSCL2
PLL_GND
1
2
47
46
125
126
C52
0.1u/6
C51
0.1u/6
C50
10uF/16V
C49
0.1u/6
R54
4.7K/6
L14 FEB_0805
120
109
96
84
72
57
48
U7
XO
XI
3PVCC
C36
0.1u/6
C35
0.1u/6
XI
3.3V Ground
3.3V Ground
3.3V Ground
3.3V Ground
3.3V Ground
3.3V Ground
3.3V Ground
C48
R53
NC
22pF/6
C47
XO
SCLK
SDIO[0]
TCON[4]/SDIO[1]
TCON[3]/SDIO2]
TCON[2]/SDIO[3]/PWM2
SCSB
RESET#
22pF/6
Y1
24.576MHz
3PVCC
C33
L13 FEB_0805 2.5DVCC
FEB_0805
C34
10uF/16V
L12
R2.5DVCC
TCON5
TCON6
TCON7
TCON8
R59
R60
R61
R62
22/6
22/6
22/6
22/6
FXDIO
XSTB
POL
BXDIO
TCON9
TCON10
TCON11
R63
R64
R65
22/6
22/6
22/6
YCLK
YDIO
YOE
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VX724-1
RTD_2523
Rev:
Reset circuit
VCPU
R78
R165
B
E
10K/6
10K/6
4.7K/6
VCPU
Q13
4.7K/6
2N3906
3
C86
NC/1U/16V
3AVCC1
2
R106
NC/82K/6
3AVCC1
R147
4.7K/6
R84
33K/6
R85
33K/6
R93
R91
33K/6
3
LED_R
3DVCC
R87
33K/6
NC/2N3906
2N3906
2
R90
33K/6
R82
1
2
Q12
LED_G
R89
33K/6
1
Q20
R88
33K/6
NC/100K/6
C103
NC/1U/16V
R79
1
NC/ 1N4148
C
3
D32
3DVCC
C81
0.1U/6
C82
0.1U/6
C80
0.1U/6
C79
0.1U/6
1K/6
1K/6
1K/6
1K/6
1K/6
1K/6
1K/6
220/6
220/6
R163
Y2
11.0592MHz
10pF/6
11
1
7
C75
2
12
R80
0.1U/6
R81
U8
1
2
3
4
A0
A1
A2
VSS
VCC
WP
SCK
SI
8
7
6
5
2K/6
VCPU
2K/6
R83
R92
100/6
100/6
24LC16
PARAMETER
EEPROM
R142
IICSCL
IICSDA
LED_R
LED_G
19
NC
PANEL_PW12
MUTE
Hot_Plug
STBY
PWR_SEL
VCC12
14
13
27
26
16
9
30
31
32
33
6
5
4
8
43
44
P5.0
P5.1
X1
P5.2
P5.3
P5.4
X2
P5.5
P5.6
DA8/HLFHO
RESET
DA9/HALFV
P1.0
P1.1
P1.2
INT0/P3.2
P1.3
P1.4
ISCL/P3.5/T1
P1.5
ISDA/P3.4/T0
P1.6
P6.0/AD0
P1.7
DA7
P6.1/AD1
P6.2
P4.0
P4.1
P6.3
P4.2
P6.4
P6.5
P3.1/TXD
P6.6
P3.0/RXD
P6.7
MTV312M64
VSS
C88
I1
10
VCPU
10pF/6
NC
NC
VDD3
VCC
HSYNC
VSYNC
C87
VCPU
4.7K/6
3
2
1
42
41
40
34
39
38
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
35
36
37
15
28
29
R164
22
R39
R40
2.0mm pitch
90° E&T
4607-11Pin
TO BUTTON BOARD
VCPU
Add Q20,R165,R166,C103,D32,D33
2004/6/16
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4501-10-10P-R
3
NC/DAN202U
Junction from
A change to B
0.1u/6
C78
0.1U/6
22uF/16V
C77
0.1U/6
D33
R166
0/6
C85
C76
0.1U/6
1
2
RESET
+ C84
CN6
R95
R96
R97
R98
R99
R100
R101
R102
R103
MENU
SEL
PWR
DOWN
UP
RIGHT
LEFT
VCPU
less R94 to CN6 pin 11
R101,R103 net swap
VCPU
AVS
MENU
SEL
PWR
UP
DOWN
RIGHT
LEFT
4.7K/6
4.7K/6
R110
R111 R112 R113 R114 R115
4.7K/6 4.7K/6
NC
NC 4.7K/6 4.7K/6
VRMT
R116
4.7K/6
R120
VCPU
R124
R125
100/6
100/6
PANEL_PW3
SDIO1
SDIO2
SDIO3
RTD_SDO/SDI
RTD_SCLK
RTD_SCSB
JP1
TxD
RxD
R109
R108
NC
DDC_SDA
DDC_SCL
4.7K/6
4.7K/6
5DVCC
1
2
3
4
HEADER 4
R41
6.8K/6
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VX724-1
MCU & BUTTON
Rev:
5DVCC
5DVCC
VCC12
PANEL_5_12VCC
L21
3DVCC
Q8 SI2301DS
2
R67
PANEL_5_12VCC
2
C67
C68
1
2200P/6
R68
C69
C70
10K/6
0.1U/6
100U/16V
C71
R75
PANEL_3VCC
C72
NC/2200P/6
NC/2200P/6
R76
C73
C74
NC/10K/6
NC/0.1U/6
NC/100U/16V
NC/82K/6
R77
R70
D 3
NC/10K/6
3
Q9
3
82K/6
3
3
2200P/6
82K/6
PANEL_3VCC
Q10 NC/SI2301DS
1
NC
FEB_1206
L22
DTC144EUA
2
Q11
NC/DTC144EUA
2
1 S
PANEL_PW12
PANEL_PW3
C
3
1
2
G
1
B
2
1
E
GND
J2
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
BB3P
BB3N
BB2P
BB2N
BB1P
BB1N
BCLKP
BCLKN
BG3P
BG3N
RXOIN0RXOIN0+
RXOCKINRXOCKIN+
RXOIN1RXOIN1+
RXOIN2RXOIN2+
RXOIN3RXOIN3+
RXEIN0RXEIN0+
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
RXECKINRXECKIN+
RXEIN1RXEIN1+
RXEIN2RXEIN2+
RXEIN3RXEIN3+
AG2P
AG2N
AG1P
AG1N
AR3P
AR3N
AR2P
AR2N
AR1P
AR1N
FXDIO
XSTB
POL
BXDIO
RSDS_CON30
YCLK
YDIO
YOE
L16
FEB_0805/NV
PANEL_3VCC
L18
L17
FEB_0805/NC
FEB_0805/NC
FEB_0805/NC
C66
0.1U/6/NC
L20
C65
0.1U/6/NC
PANEL_5_12VCC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
RSDS_CON50/NC
CN5
RXOIN0RXOCKINRXOIN1DGND
RXOIN2RXOIN3RXEIN0DGND
RXECKINRXEIN1RXEIN2RXEIN3DGND
PANEL_5_12VCC
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
RXOIN0+
RXOCKIN+
RXOIN1+
DGND
RXOIN2+
RXOIN3+
RXEIN0+
DGND
RXECKIN+
RXEIN1+
RXEIN2+
RXEIN3+
DGND
PANEL_5_12VCC
PANEL_5_12VCC
1841 30P
PANEL_3VCC L30
NC/FEB_1206
PANEL_5_12VCC
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VX724-1
PANEL INTERFACE
Rev:
U1
L1
3
VIN
1
ADJ/GND
VOUT
2
R1
200/6 1%
C3
10uF/8
AIC1084/TO252
C2
0.1uF/6
C1
10uF/8
CX000800000/8
0.8A Max
3.3V
R2
C4
0.1uF/6
5V
330/6 1%
H1
LVDS_GND
2
3
4
5
H2
1
9
8
7
6
MTH276D126
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND LVDS_GND
H3
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
9
8
7
6
MTH276D126
LVDS_GND
9
8
7
6
MTH276D126
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
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Rev:
JP2
TXO0TXO1TXO2-
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
TXOCTXO3TXE0TXE1TXE2TXECTXE3-
JP1
CONFIG SETTING
TAB_SEL_1
TAB_SEL_2
SDRAM1_3.3V
U5
33x4
D_E_S D2_G3
D_E_SD2 _B7
D_E_SD2 _B6
D_E_SD2 _B5
D_E_SD2 _B4
D_E_SD2 _B3
O_SD2_R7
O_SD2_R6
O_SD2_R5
O_SD2_R4
O_SD2_R3
O_SD2_G7
PR5
E_SD2_R 6
E_SD2_R 5
E_SD2_R 4
E_SD2_R 3
E_SD2 _G7
E_SD2 _G6
E_SD2 _G5
E_SD2 _G4
E_SD2 _G3
E_SD2_B 7
E_SD2_B 6
E_SD2_B 5
E_SD2_B 4
E_SD2_B 3
SD2_WE
SD_A3
SD_A2
SD_A4
SD_A1
SD_A5
SD_A0
SD_A6
SD_A1 0
SD_A7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
D_E_S D2_G5
D_E_S D2_G4
E_SD2_R7
E_SD2_R6
E_SD2_R5
E_SD2_R4
E_SD2_R3
E_SD2_ G7
E_SD2_ G6
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
D_E_SD2_ R7
D_E_SD2_ R6
D_E_SD2_ R5
8
7
6
5
D_E_SD2_ R4
D_E_SD2_ R3
D_E_SD 2_G7
D_E_SD 2_G6
8
7
6
5
D_E_SD 2_G5
D_E_SD 2_G4
D_E_SD 2_G3
D_E_SD2_ B7
8
7
6
5
D_E_SD2_ B6
D_E_SD2_ B5
D_E_SD2_ B4
D_E_SD2_ B3
33x4
PR6
1
2
3
4
33x4
PR7
E_SD2_ G5
E_SD2_ G4
E_SD2_ G3
E_SD2_B7
1
2
3
4
E_SD2_B6
E_SD2_B5
E_SD2_B4
E_SD2_B3
1
2
3
4
33x4
PR8
33x4
SD_D QM1
SD2_WE
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SD_CS
SD_BA0
SD_A10
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
Vcc
DQ0
DQ1
VssQ
DQ2
DQ3
VccQ
DQ4
DQ5
VssQ
DQ6
DQ7
VccQ
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
Vcc
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
Vss
DQ15
DQ14
VssQ
DQ11
DQ10
VccQ
DQ11
DQ10
VssQ
DQ9
DQ8
VccQ
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
Vss
D_E_S D2_G6
D_E_S D2_G7
D_E_SD2 _R3
D_E_SD2 _R4
D_E_SD2 _R5
D_E_SD2 _R6
D_E_SD2 _R7
SD_D QM1
SDRAM_CLOCK
SD_A9
SD_A8
SD_A7
SD_A6
SD_A5
SD_A4
DRAM_16M
DGND
SD_A8
SD_BA0
SD_A9
3.3V
OD_3.3V
L2
CX00080 0000/8
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
D_O_SD1 _R7
D_O_SD1 _R6
D_O_SD1 _R5
D_O_SD1 _R4
D_O_SD1 _R3
DGND
DGND
3.3V
DGND
3.3V
C45
0.1uF/6
C44
0.1uF/6
C43
0.1uF/6
C42
0.1uF/6
C41
0.1uF/6
C40
0.1uF/6
C39
0.1uF/6
C38
0.1uF/6
C37
0.1uF/6
C36
0.1uF/6
C35
0.1uF/6
C34
0.1uF/6
SDRAM1_3.3V
L4
CX00080 0000/8
C73
0.1uF/6
5 6 7 8
LVDS_GND
C71
0.1uF/6
33x4
5 6 7 8
LVDS_GND
33/6
C70
0.1uF/6
5 6 7 8
PR16
33x4
C69
0.1uF/6
PR14
33x4
33x4
5 6 7 8
R21
4 3 2 1
PR15
C68
0.1uF/6
33x4
5 6 7 8
4 3 2 1
C67
0.1uF/6
33x4
5 6 7 8
4 3 2 1
PR13
C66
0.1uF/6
PR10
33x4
5 6 7 8
4 3 2 1
PR12
C65
0.1uF/6
5 6 7 8
4 3 2 1
PR11
C64
0.1uF/6
PR9
33x4
LVDS_GND
4 3 2 1
C63
0.1uF/6
4 3 2 1
C62
0.1uF/6
4 3 2 1
C61
0.1uF/6
0/1206
C60
0.1uF/6
R20
DGND
DGND
C22
10uF/8
CX00080 0000/8
SD_DQ M0
SDRAM_CLOCK
SD_A9
SD_A8
SD_A7
SD_A6
SD_A5
SD_A4
LVDS_3.3V
L3
D_O_S D1_G7
D_O_S D1_G6
C72
0.1uF/6
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
DRAM_16M
DGND
D_O_SD2 _B6
D_O_SD2 _B5
D_O_SD2 _B4
D_O_SD2 _B3
C23
10uF/8
SD_A9
SD_A8
SD_A7
SD_A6
SD_A5
SD_A4
SD_DQ M0
SD1_WE
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SD_CS
SD_BA0
SD_A1 0
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
8
7
6
5
33x4
PR4
C59
10uF/8
SD_DQ M0
SDRAM_CLOCK
1
2
3
4
C33
10uF/8
D_O_S D1_G4
D_O_S D1_G5
O_SD2_B 6
O_SD2_B 5
O_SD2_B 4
O_SD2_B 3
DGND
SDRAM2_3.3V
C32
10uF/8
D_O_SD1 _B7
D_O_S D1_G3
D_E_SD 1_G7
D_E_SD 1_G6
D_O_S D2_G5
D_O_S D2_G4
D_O_S D2_G3
D_O_SD2 _B7
SD_CLK
D_E_SD1_ R4
D_E_SD1_ R3
Vss
DQ15
DQ14
VssQ
DQ11
DQ10
VccQ
DQ11
DQ10
VssQ
DQ9
DQ8
VccQ
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
Vss
O_SD1_R
1
2
3
4
O_SD1_R5
O_SD1_R6
O_SD1_R7
SD_DQM0
SD1_WE
SD_DQM1
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SD_CLK
SD_CS
D_O_SD1 _B5
D_O_SD1 _B6
Vcc
DQ0
DQ1
VssQ
DQ2
DQ3
VccQ
DQ4
DQ5
VssQ
DQ6
DQ7
VccQ
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
Vcc
E_SD1_G3
E_SD1_G4
E_SD1_G5
D_E_SD1_ R6
D_E_SD1_ R5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
E_SD1_B3
E_SD1_B4
E_SD1_B5
E_SD1_B6
E_SD1_B7
D_O_SD1 _B3
D_O_SD1 _B4
O_SD1_G
O_SD2 _G5
O_SD2 _G4
O_SD2 _G3
O_SD2_B 7
DRAM_16M
C58
10uF/8
DRAM_16M
D_E_SD1_ R7
O_SD1_ B
SDRAM_CLOCK
SD_DQ M0
SD1_WE
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SD_CS
SD_BA0
SD_A1 0
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
E_SD1_R
D_O_SD1_R5
D_O_SD1_R6
D_O_SD1_R7
D_E_SD 1_G4
D_E_SD 1_G5
U7
Vss
DQ15
DQ14
VssQ
DQ11
DQ10
VccQ
DQ11
DQ10
VssQ
DQ9
DQ8
VccQ
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
Vss
E_SD1_B7
E_SD1_G3
E_SD1_G4
E_SD1_G5
D_E_SD1_ B7
D_E_SD 1_G3
Vcc
DQ0
DQ1
VssQ
DQ2
DQ3
VccQ
DQ4
DQ5
VssQ
DQ6
DQ7
VccQ
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
Vcc
D_E_SD1_B7
D_E_SD1_G3
D_E_SD1_G4
D_E_SD1_G5
D_E_SD1_ B5
D_E_SD1_ B6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
E_SD1_B3
E_SD1_B4
E_SD1_B5
E_SD1_B6
U6
D_E_SD1_ B3
D_E_SD1_ B4
E_SD1_ G
O_SD1_R5
O_SD1_R6
O_SD1_R7
SDRAM1_3.3V
E_SD1_ B
O_SD1_G6
O_SD1_G7
O_SD1_R3
O_SD1_R4
1K/6/NC
1K/6/NC
D_O_SD1_G6
D_O_SD1_G7
D_O_SD1_R3
D_O_SD1_R4
R18
R19
TAB_SEL_0
O_SD1_B7
O_SD1_G3
O_SD1_G4
O_SD1_G5
O_SD1_G6
O_SD1_G7
O_SD1_R3
O_SD1_R4
1K/6/NC
O_SD1_B7
O_SD1_G3
O_SD1_G4
O_SD1_G5
R17
SEL_ROM_2
SEL_ROM_1
D_O_SD1_B7
D_O_SD1_G3
D_O_SD1_G4
D_O_SD1_G5
1K/6/NC
O_SD1_B3
O_SD1_B4
O_SD1_B5
O_SD1_B6
R16
OD_EN
D_O_SD1_B3
D_O_SD1_B4
D_O_SD1_B5
D_O_SD1_B6
1K/6/NC
SEL_ROM_1
SEL_ROM_2
RESET
TAB_SEL_1
TAB_SEL_2
TAB_SEL_0
OD_EN
SPI_SCK
SPI_SI
SPI_CS
SPI_SO
SPI
1K/6
R15
LVDS_GND
Config
R14
R13
100/6 1%
D_E_SD1_B3
D_E_SD1_B4
D_E_SD1_B5
D_E_SD1_B6
3.3V
R12
100/6 1%
VTIO3601
8
7
6
5
33x4
PR3
C17
0.1uF/6
R11
100/6 1%
RXE3RXE3+
O_SD2 _G6
O_SD2 _G5
O_SD2 _G4
O_SD2 _G3
O_SD2_B 7
O_SD2_B 6
O_SD2_B 5
O_SD2_B 4
O_SD2_B 3
E_SD2_R 7
D_O_SD2 _R4
D_O_SD2 _R3
D_O_S D2_G7
D_O_S D2_G6
C16
0.1uF/6
RXEC+
DGND
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
8
7
6
5
33x4
PR2
SD_DQM1
SDRAM_CLOCK
SD_A9
SD_A8
SD_A7
SD_A6
SD_A5
SD_A4
C15
0.1uF/6
10uF/8
RXE0+
RXE1RXE1+
RXE2RXE2+
RXEC-
Receiver_EVEN
C5
RXE0-
1
2
3
4
D_O_SD2 _R7
D_O_SD2 _R6
D_O_SD2 _R5
C14
0.1uF/6
R10
100/6 1%
O_SD2_R 4
O_SD2_R 3
O_SD2 _G7
O_SD2 _G6
8
7
6
5
D_O_SD2_R6
D_O_SD2_R7
C13
0.1uF/6
R9
100/6 1%
E_SD1_R4
E_SD1_R5
E_SD1_R6
E_SD1_R7
O_SD1_B3
O_SD1_B4
O_SD1_B5
O_SD1_B6
RESET
1
2
3
4
U4
VTIO3601_LQFP
VCC
GND
ODD_SD2_G6
ODD_SD2_G5
ODD_SD2_G4
ODD_SD2_G3
ODD_SD2_B7
ODD_SD2_B6
ODD_SD2_B5
ODD_SD2_B4
ODD_SD2_B3
EVEN_SD2_R7
RESERVED
VCC
GND
EVEN_SD2_R6
EVEN_SD2_R5
EVEN_SD2_R4
EVEN_SD2_R3
EVEN_SD2_G7
EVEN_SD2_G6
EVEN_SD2_G5
EVEN_SD2_G4
RESERVED
VCC
GND
EVEN_SD2_G3
EVEN_SD2_B7
EVEN_SD2_B6
EVEN_SD2_B5
EVEN_SD2_B4
EVEN_SD2_B3
SDRAM_2_WE
RESERVED
VCC
GND
RESERVED
SDRAM_A3
SDRAM_A2
SDRAM_A4
SDRAM_A1
SDRAM_A5
SDRAM_A0
SDRAM_A6
SDRAM_A10
SDRAM_A7
SDRAM_BA1
SDRAM_A8
SDRAM_BA0
SDRAM_A9
VCC
GND
O_SD2_BR
PR1
O_SD2_R 7
O_SD2_R 6
O_SD2_R 5
D_O_SD2_R4
D_O_SD2_R5
C12
0.1uF/6
R8
1SS355/NC
LVDS_GND
SD_D QM1
SD2_WE
SD_CAS
SD_RAS
SD_CS
SD_BA0
SD_A10
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
D_O_SD2_G7
D_O_SD2_R3
C11
0.1uF/6
R7
100/6 1%
Transmitter_EVEN
D_O_SD2 _B4
D_O_SD2 _B3
D_O_SD2_G6
C9
0.1uF/6
D1
R6
100/6 1%
E_SD1_G6
E_SD1_G7
E_SD1_R3
10K/6
R5
100/6 1%
RXO3RXO3+
Transmitter_ODD
D_O_SD2 _B6
D_O_SD2 _B5
5V
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
Vss
DQ15
DQ14
VssQ
DQ11
DQ10
VccQ
DQ11
DQ10
VssQ
DQ9
DQ8
VccQ
NC
UDQM
CLK
CKE
NC
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
Vss
C10
0.1uF/6
RXOC+
3.3V
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_VCC
RXO0RXO0+
RXO1RXO1+
RXO2RXO2+
RXOCRXOC+
RXO3RXO3+
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_VCC
RXE0RXE0+
RXE1RXE1+
RXE2RXE2+
RXECRXEC+
RXE3RXE3+
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
RESERVED
RESERVED
SEL_ROM_1
SEL_ROM_2
RSTN
TAB_SEL_1
TAB_SEL_2
TAB_SEL_0
OD_EN
SPI_CLK
SPI_SI
SPI_CS
SPI_SO
PAD_TEST
PAD_TCLK
RESERVED
VCC
GND
D_O_S D2_G3
D_O_SD2 _B7
Vcc
DQ0
DQ1
VssQ
DQ2
DQ3
VccQ
DQ4
DQ5
VssQ
DQ6
DQ7
VccQ
LDQM
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
BA
A10
A0
A1
A2
A3
Vcc
C8
0.1uF/6
RXO1+
RXO2RXO2+
RXOC-
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
Receiver_ODD
RESET circuit
RXO0RXO0+
RXO1-
O_SD2_B
R4
100/6 1%
E_SD2_R
R3
100/6 1%
GND
VCC
EVEN_SD1_B3
EVEN_SD1_B4
EVEN_SD1_B5
EVEN_SD1_B6
EVEN_SD1_B7
EVEN_SD1_G3
EVEN_SD1_G4
EVEN_SD1_G5
EVEN_SD1_G6
EVEN_SD1_G7
EVEN_SD1_R3
RESERVED
GND
VCC
RESERVED
EVEN_SD1_R4
EVEN_SD1_R5
EVEN_SD1_R6
EVEN_SD1_R7
ODD_SD1_B3
ODD_SD1_B4
ODD_SD1_B5
ODD_SD1_B6
RESERVED
GND
VCC
RESERVED
ODD_SD1_B7
ODD_SD1_G3
ODD_SD1_G4
ODD_SD1_G5
ODD_SD1_G6
ODD_SD1_G7
ODD_SD1_R3
ODD_SD1_R4
GND
VCC
RESERVED
ODD_SD1_R5
ODD_SD1_R6
ODD_SD1_R7
SDRAM_DQM_0
SDRAM_1_WE
SDRAM_DQM_1
SDRAM_CAS
SDRAM_RAS
SDRAM_CLK
SDRAM_CS
GND
VCC
DGND
E_SD2_G
LVDS_GND
SPI_AT25F512
TXE1+
TXE2+
TXEC+
TXE3+
C7
0.1uF/6
LVDS_GND
SPI_SCK
SPI_SI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
D_O_SD2_G5
D_O_SD2_G4
C6
0.1uF/6
1841 30P
8
7
6
5
E_SD1_R5
E_SD1_R6
E_SD1_R7
VCC
HOLD
SCK
SI
5V
D_E_SD1_R5
D_E_SD1_R6
D_E_SD1_R7
CS
SO
WP
GND
OD_3.3V
D_E_SD1_G6
D_E_SD1_G7
D_E_SD1_R3
D_E_SD1_R4
1
2
3
4
RXE1+
RXE2+
RXEC+
RXE3+
U2
TXOC+
TXO3+
TXE0+
20321-30-SMD
RESERVED
RESERVED
RESERVED
RESERVED
RESERVED
LVDS_GND
LVDS_VCC
RESERVED
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
TXO0TXO0+
TXO1TXO1+
LVDS_VCC
TXO2TXO2+
TXOCTXOC+
TXO3TXO3+
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_GND
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
TXE0TXE0+
TXE1TXE1+
LVDS_VCC
TXE2TXE2+
TXECTXEC+
TXE3TXE3+
LVDS_GND
LVDS_GND
LVDS_VCC
LVDS_GND
ODD_SD2_R7
ODD_SD2_R6
ODD_SD2_R5
ODD_SD2_R4
ODD_SD2_R3
ODD_SD2_G7
GND
VCC
SPI_CS
SPI_SO
SPI EEPROM
LVDS_3.3V
RXOC+
RXO3+
RXE0+
E_SD1_G6
E_SD1_G7
E_SD1_R3
E_SD1_R4
U3
LVDS_GND
E_SD2_B
3.3V
RXO0+
RXO1+
RXO2+
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
TXE2TXE2+
TXECTXEC+
TXE3TXE3+
RXE1RXE2RXECRXE3-
External ROM
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
TXE0TXE0+
TXE1TXE1+
RXOCRXO3RXE0-
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
TXO2TXO2+
TXOCTXOC+
TXO3TXO3+
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
TXO0TXO0+
TXO1TXO1+
RXO0RXO1RXO2-
DGND
SDRAM2_3.3V
TXO0+
TXO1+
TXO2+
C21
10uF/8
SPI_SI
SPI_SO
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
SPI_SCK
SPI_CS
RESET
20321-06-SMD/NC
6 6 5 5
4 4 3 3
2 2 1 1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
C19
10uF/8
JP3
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
C18
10uF/8
Extrenal ROM Download Connector
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
DGND
SDRAM2_3.3V
3.3V
C89
0.1uF/6
C88
0.1uF/6
C87
0.1uF/6
C86
0.1uF/6
C85
0.1uF/6
C84
0.1uF/6
C83
0.1uF/6
C82
0.1uF/6
C81
0.1uF/6
C80
0.1uF/6
C79
0.1uF/6
C78
0.1uF/6
C77
0.1uF/6
C76
0.1uF/6
C24
10uF/8
C75
10uF/8
CX00080 0000/8
C74
10uF/8
L5
DGND
VTIO3601_16Mbx4 Ref. Circuit
ViewSonic Corporation
Model
Title
Date
ViewSonic Corporation
87
Confidential - Do Not Copy
VX724-1
Rev:
5DVCC
3
C
5DVCC
1SS355
+
EC1
10uF/16V
C1
0.1u/6
D1
2
C2
1u/6
1
E
3DVCC
U1
AIC1117CY
3 VIN VOUT 2
2200p/6
D3
GND
12V
2
4
6
8
1
GND
RTD 3DVCC
ADC_ 3AVCC
RTD 3PVCC
R8
LVDS_3AVCC
R10
0/6
0.1u/6
10uF/16V
R3
200/6 1%
EC3
C3
U10 與 U3 共layout
2004/4/16
3DVCC
2.5DVCC
U10
3
VIN
2
GND
3AVCC1
L29
3PVCC
FEB/1206/NC
VOUT
1
2.5DVCC
RTD 2.5DVCC
AIC1739/NC
3AVCC2
10K/6
Q3
MMST3906
R13
1K/6
VRMT
3.3V-->2.5V regulator for 3.3V system power, no 5V 2004/4/14
1
10K/6
Modify
C11
0.1U/6
1U/6
RTD 2.5DVCC
VCC12
3DVCC
C102
+
2
3DVCC
2
2.5DVCC
R1,L1
FUSE1
0
1
C4
0.1u/6
L3
+
EC5
RB081L-20
C6
330u/16V
1
3
5
CONN 4x2-R
C5
0.1u/6
CN1
1
3
R12
1K/6 1%
L2 2
47UH
2.5DVCC
U3 AIC1117CY
VIN VOUT 2
C12
0.1u/6
3
R11:3K 1% ohm, R12:1K 1%
ohm -->output:5V;
R11:3.6K 1% ohm, R12:2.2K
1% ohm-->output 3.3V
GND
LVDS_3AVCC
MMST3906
R9
1K/6
3K/6 1%
C10
RTD 3PVCC
3AVCC2
10uF/16V
R11
ADC_ 3AVCC
Q2
1
EC4
330u/16V
GND
3AVCC1
3PVCC
EC6
GND
R6
330/6 1%
GND
AIC1563
2
0.1u/6
R15
200/6 1%
4
FB
R17
200/6 1%
GND
VCC
5
GND
330K/6
+
1
R5
GND
CF
3
6
+
1
47/6
EC2
10uF/16V
R4
10uF/16V
2
C7
0.1u/6
1
DE
Q1
NDS9410A/SO
DC
IS
4
3
2
1
BOOST
7
RTD 3DVCC
3DVCC
3
C8
8
R7
240K/6 1%
0/1206
120p/6
VCC12
C9
GND
D2
1SS355
5
6
7
8
U2
R2
R14
10K/6/NC
3DVCC NC/CX201209805/8 VCPU
L27
3DVCC
R16
1K/6
D31
Q18
MMBT3906
CX201209805/8
DSUB_5V
1N4148
4.7K/6
L28
1N4148
3
R18
D30
C13
1U/8
Q4
SN7002E
2
R143
4.7K/6
VBRI
3DVCC
C101
NC/6
Q19
MMBT3906
R144
4.7K/6
1
C100
0.1u/6
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