Philips 240PW9EB/27 User's Manual

24 inch TFT WXGA LCD Colour Monitor
Chassis: HUDSON 9
240P W 9E S /00
240P W 9E B /00
240P W 9E B /27
240P W 9E B /69
240P W 9E B /75
Horizontal frequencies
30 - 8 3 kHz
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description
Page
Important Safety Notice-------------------------------------2
Technical Data------------------------------------------------ 3
Installation------------------------------------------------------4
T roubleshooting-----------------------------------------------5
On Screen Display-----------------------------------------6~7
Lock/unlock, Aging,Factory mode-------------------------8
Philips Pixel Defect Policy ---------------------------------9
Mechanical Instructions -----------------------------10~11
Color adjustment -------------------------------------------12
F AQs (Frequently Asked Questions)--------------13~14
Electrical instruction ---------------------------------15~16
DDC Instructions & Serial Number ----------------17~23
DDC DATA ----------------------------------------------24~27
Firmware Upgrade for CPU- ----------------------------28
Failure Mode Of Panel - ----------------------------------29
SAFETY
Description
Page
Wiring Diagram--------------------------------------------30
Block Diagram----------------------------------------------31
Scaler Diagram & C.B.A. ----------------------------32~40
Power Diagram & C.B.A. ---------------------------41~46
Control Diagram & C.B.A. ---------------------------47~48
LED Diagram & C.B.A.
---------------------------49~50
USD Diagram & C.B.A.
---------------------------51~53
General product specification----------------------54~81
Exploded V iew ---------------------------------------------82
Spare/ Recommended P arts List------------------------83
PCBA photos--------------------------------------------------84
Repair tips-----------------------------------------------85~86
Repair Flow chart--------------------------------------87~89
Safety Test Requirments---------------------------------90
NOTICE
ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH THE CHASSIS
AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE USED WHEN SERVICING ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOL TAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING.
REFER TO BACK COVER FOR IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
Published by Philips Consumer Lifestyle Copyright reserved Subject to modification
Aug 19 2008
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Important Safety Notice
LCD
2 2 240PW9
8 LCD
220BW
Proper s ervic e and repair is important to the safe, reliable
operation of all Philips Consumer Electronics Company
equipment. The service procedures recommended by Philips and
FOR PRODUCTS CONTAINING LASER :
DANGER -
described in this service manual a re eff ective methods of
performing service operations . Some of these service
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
CAUTION -
operations require the us e of tools speciall y desi gned for the
Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than
purpose. The special tools should be used when and as
those specified herein may result in
recomm ended.
hazardous radiation exposure.
It is im portant to note that this m anual c ontains various
CAUTI ONS and NOTICES which should becarefully read in
Invisible laser radiation when open.
CAUTION -
The use of optical instruments with this
product will increase eye hazard.
order to m inimize the risk of personal injury to service
personnel . The possibility exists that improper service
methods may damage the equipment. It is also important to
underst and that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE NOT
EXHAU STIVE. Philips could not possibly know, evaluate and
advise the servic etrade of all conceivable ways i n which
TO ENSURE THE CONTINUED RELIABILITY OF THIS
service might be done or of the possible hazardous
PRODUCT , USE ONLY ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S
consequences of each way. Consequently, Philips has not
REPLACEMENT PAR TS, WHICH ARE LISTED WITH THEIR PART
undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly,
NUMBERS IN THE PARTS LIST SECTION OF THIS
who uses a servi ce procedure or tool which is not
SERVICE MANUAL.
recommended by Philips must first satisfy himself thoroughly that
neither his safety nor the safe operation of the equipment will
be jeopardized by the service method selected.
* * Hereafter throughout this manual, Philips Consumer
Electronics Company will be referred to as Philips . * *
Take care during handling the LCD module with backlight
unit
- Must mount the module using mounting holes arranged in four
WARNING
corners.
- Do not press on the panel, edge of the frame strongly or electric
Critical components having special safety characteristics are
identified with a by the Ref. No. in the parts list and
enclosed within a broken line
shock as this will result in damage to the screen.
- Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects, such
as pencil or pen as this may result in damage to the panel.
(where several critical components are grouped in one area)
along with the safety symbol on the schematics or
exploded views.
- Protect the module from the ESD as it may damage the electronic
circuit (C -MOS).
Use of substitute replacement parts which do not have the
- Make certain that treatment body are grounded through
same speci fied safety characteristic s may create shock, fire,
wrist band.
or other hazards .
- Do not leave the module in high temperature and in areas of high
Under no circumstances should the original design be
humidity for a long time.
modified or altered without written permission from Philips.
Philips assumes no liability, express or implied, arising out of
- Avoid contact with water as it may as hort circuit within the module.
- If the surface of panel become dirty, please wipe it off with a soft
any unauthorized modification of design.
Servicer assumes all liability.
material. (Cleaning with a dirty or rough cloth may damage the
panel.)
240PW9 LCD
Technical Data
LPL Panel
Type NR.
Resolution
Outside dimensions
Pitch ( mm )
Color pixel arrangement
Display surface
: LPL LM240WU4-SLA1
: 1920x1200 (WUXGA)
: 546.4 (H) x 352 (V) x 40.3 (D)
: 0.27
: RGB vertical stripes
: Hard-coating(3H), anti-glare treatment of the
front polarizer
Color depth
: 16.7 M colors
Backlight
: U-Shape 7 CCFL
Active area(WxH)
: 518.4(H) x 324(V)
View angle (CR>10): 178/178 (typ) for H/V
Contrast ratio
: 1000:1 (typ)
White luminance
: 400 (typ)
Color gamut
: 102%
Gate IC
: Magna
Source IC
: Magna
Response time
: 5 ms(typ)
Scanning frequencies
Hor.: 24 – 94 K Hz
Ver.: 48 - 85 Hz
Video dot rate: 210MHz for VGA and 170 for DVI
Power input: 90-264 V AC, 50/60 ± 2 Hz
Power consumption: < 90 W/ after 30mins, meet EPA tier 2 requirement
Functions:
(1)D-SUB analog R/G/B separate inputs, H/V sync separated, Composite
(H+V) TTL level, SOG sync
(2) DVI digital Panel Link TMDS inputs
Ambient temperature:
0 °C - 40°C
Power input connection
Power cord length
: 1.8 M
Power cord type
: 3 leads power cord with protective earth plug.
Power management
The monitor must comply with the Microsoft On Now specification, and
meet EPA requirements.
Mode
HSYNC
VSYNC
Video
Pwr-cons.
Indication
Pin No.
Description
1
T.M.D.S. data2-
2
T.M.D.S. data2+
3
T.M.D.S. data2 shield
4
No Connect
5
No Connect
6
DDC clock
7
DDC data
8
No Connect
9
T.M.D.S. data1-
10
T.M.D.S. data1+
11
T.M.D.S. data1 shield
12
No Connect
13
No Connect
14
+5V Power
15
Ground (for +5V) – Cable detect
16
Hot plug detect
17
T.M.D.S. data0-
18
T.M.D.S. data0+
19
T.M.D.S. data0 shield
20
No Connect
21
No Connect
Rec.
time
22
T.M.D.S clock shield
23
T.M.D.S. clock+
T.M.D.S. clock-
Power
-On
On
On
active
90W typical
(After
30 mins)
Blue LED
--
24
Off
Off
Off
blanked
<1W
(<110V)
<2W
(<220V)
Blue LED
Blinking
3 sec on,
3sec off
<3s
Susceptibility of display to external environment
<1W
LED Off
DC Power
Off
N/A
PIN No.
SIGNAL
1
Red
2
Green/ SOG
3
Blue
4
Sense (GND)
5
Cable Detect (GND)
6
Red GND
7
Green GND
8
Blue GND
9
DDC +3.3V or +5V
10
Logic GND
11
Sense (GND)
12
Bi-directional data
13
H/H+V sync
14
V-sync
15
Data clock
Operating
- Temperature : 0 to 40 degree C
- Humidity
: 80% max
- Altitude
: 0-3658m
- Air pressure : 600-1100 mBAR
Storage
- Temperature
- Humidity
- Altitude
- Air pressure
: -20 to 60 degree C
: 95% max
: 0-12192m
: 300-1100 mBAR
Note: recommend at 5 to 35°C, Humidity less than 60 %
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240PW9 LCD
Installation
Front View Product Description
Accessory Packʳ
Unpack all the parts.ʳ
Power cord
DVI cable (Optional)
VGA cable
EDFU pack
Connecting to Your PC
ʳ
1
To switch monitor's power On and Off
2
To access OSD menu
3
To adjust the OSD menu
4
To adjust brightness of the display
5
To change the signal input source
6
Automatically adjust the horizontal position,
vertical position, phase and clock settings /
Return to previous OSD level
7
SmartImage. There are five modes to be
selected: Office Work, Image Viewing,
Entertainment, Economy, and Off
1) Connect the power cord to the back of the monitor firmly. (Philips has
pre-connected VGA cable for the first installation.)
Rear View
2) Connect to PCʳ
(a)
Turn off your computer and unplug its power cable.
(b)
Connect the monitor signal cable to the video
connector on the back of your computer.
(c)
1
USB upstream port and downstream port
2
VGA input
3
DVI-D input (available for selective models)
4
AC power input
5
Kensington anti-thief lock
Connect the USB upstream port on the monitor and the
USB port on PC with a USB cable. The USB downstream
port is now ready for any USB device to plug in.
(d)
Plug the power cord of your computer and your monitor
into a nearby outlet.
(e)
Turn on your computer and monitor. If the monitor displays
an image, installation is complete.
Trouble shooting
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This page deals with problems that can be corrected by a user . If the problem still persists after you have tried thesesolutions, contact Philips
customer service representative.
Common Problems
Having this problem
Check these items
No Picture
(Power LED not lit)
1.Make sure the power cord is plugged into the power outlet and into the back of the
monitor.
2.First, ensure that the power button on the front of the monitor is in the OFF position,
then press it to the ON position.
No Picture
(Power LED is amber or yellow)
1.Make sure the computer is turned on.
2. Make sure the signal cable is properly connected to your computer.
3.Check to see if the monitor cable has bent pins.
4.The Energy Saving feature may be activated
Screen says
1. Make sure the monitor cable is properly connected to your computer. (Also refer
to the Quick Set-Up Guide).
2.Check to see if the monitor cable has bent pins.
3. Make sure the computer is turned on.
AUT O button not working properly
1.The Auto Function is designed for use on standard Macintosh or IBM-compatible
PCs running Microsoft Windows.
2. It may not work properly if using nonstandard PC or video card.
Imaging Problems
Display position is incorrect
1.Press the Auto button.
2. Adjust the image position using the Horizontal Position and/or V ertical
Position in OSD Main Controls.
Image vibrates on the screen
Check that the signal cable is properly connected to the graphics board or PC.
V ertical flicker appears
1. Press the Auto button.
2. Eliminate the vertical bars using the More Settings of Phase/Clock in OSD Main
Controls.
Horizontal flicker appears
1. Press the Auto button.
2. Eliminate the vertical bars using the More Settings of Phase/Clock in OSD Main
Controls.
The screen is too bright or too dark
Adjust the contrast and brightness on OSD Main Controls. (The backlight of the
LCD monitor has a fixed life span. When the screen becomes dark or begins to
flicker , please contact your dealer).
An after-image appears
If an image remains on the screen for an extended period of time, it may be
imprinted in the screen and leave an afterimage. This usually disappears after a
few hours.
An after-image remains after the power
has been turned off.
This is characteristic of liquid crystal and is not caused by a malfunction or
deterioration of the liquid crystal. The after-image will disappear after a peroid
of time.
Green, red, blue, dark, and white dots
Remains
The remaining dots are normal characteristic of the liquid crystal used in
today's technology.
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240PW9 LCD
On Screen Display
Description of the On Screen Display
What is the On-Screen Display?
On-Screen Display (OSD) is a feature in all Philips LCD monitors. It allows an end user to adjust screen performance or
select functions of the monitors directly through an on-screen instruction window. A user friendly on screen display
interface is shown as below:
ʳ
Basic and simple instruction on the control keys.ʳ
In the OSD shown above users can press
confirm the choice or change.ʳ
ʳ
buttons at the front bezel of the monitor to move the cursor,
to
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On Screen Display
The OSD Tree
Below is an overall view of the structure of the On-Screen Display. You can use this as a reference when you want to work
your way around the different adjustments later on.
ʳ
Resolution notificationʳ
This monitor is designed for optimal performance at its native resolution, 1920X1200@60Hz. When the monitor is powered
on at a different resolution, an alert is displayed on screen: Use 1920X1200@60Hz for best results.ʳ
Display of the native resolution alert can be switched off from Setup in the OSD (On Screen Display) menu.ʳ
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Philips Pixel Defect Policy
Philips' Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policyʳ
Philips strives to deliver the highest quality products. We use some of the
industry's most advanced manufacturing processes and practice
stringent quality control. However, pixel or sub pixel defects on the TFT
LCD panels used in flat panel monitors are sometimes unavoidable. No
manufacturer can guarantee that all panels will be free from pixel defects,
but Philips guarantees that any monitor with an unacceptable number of
defects will be repaired or replaced under warranty. This notice explains
the different types of pixel defects and defines acceptable defect levels
for each type. In order to qualify for repair or replacement under warranty,
the number of pixel defects on a TFT LCD panel must exceed these
acceptable levels. For example, no more than 0.0004% of the sub pixels
on a 19" XGA monitor may be defective. Furthermore, Philips sets even
higher quality standards for certain types or combinations of pixel defects
that are more noticeable than others. This policy is valid worldwide.ʳ
Black Dot Defects Black dot defects appear as pixels or sub pixels that
are always dark or 'off'. That is, a dark dot is a sub-pixel that stands out
on the screen when the monitor displays a light pattern. These are the
types of black dot defects:
One dark sub pixel
Two or three adjacent dark sub pixels
Proximity of Pixel Defects ʳ
Because pixel and sub pixels defects of the same type that are near to
one another may be more noticeable, Philips also specifies tolerances for
the proximity of pixel defects. ʳ
ʳ
Pixel Defect Tolerancesʳ
In order to qualify for repair or replacement due to pixel defects during the
warranty period, a TFT LCD panel in a Philips flat panel monitor must
have pixel or sub pixel defects exceeding the tolerances listed in the
following tables.ʳ
Pixels and Sub pixels ʳ
BRIGHT DOT DEFECTS
A pixel, or picture element, is composed of three sub pixels in the primary
colors of red, green and blue. Many pixels together form an image. When
all sub pixels of a pixel are lit, the three colored sub pixels together
appear as a single white pixel. When all are dark, the three colored sub
pixels together appear as a single black pixel. Other combinations of lit
and dark sub pixels appear as single pixels of other colors.ʳ
Types of Pixel Defects ʳ
Pixel and sub pixel defects appear on the screen in different ways. There
are two categories of pixel defects and several types of sub pixel defects
within each category. ʳ
Bright Dot Defects Bright dot defects appear as pixels or sub pixels that
are always lit or 'on'. That is, a bright dot is a sub-pixel that stands out on
the screen when the monitor displays a dark pattern. There are the types
of bright dot defects:ʳ
MODEL
3
2 adjacent lit subpixels
1
3 adjacent lit subpixels (one white pixel)
0
Distance between two bright dot defects*
>15mm
Total bright dot defects of all types
BLACK DOT DEFECTS
MODEL
A red or blue bright dot must be more than 50 percent brighter
than neighboring dots while a green bright dot is 30 percent
brighter than neighboring dots.
3
ACCEPTABLE
LEVEL
240PW9
1 dark subpixel
5
2 adjacent dark subpixels
2
3 adjacent dark subpixels
0
Total black dot defects of all types
One lit red, green or
blue sub pixel
240PW9
1 lit subpixel
Distance between two black dot defects*
Two adjacent lit sub
pixels:
Three adjacent lit sub
- Red + Blue = Purple
- Red + Green = Yellow pixels (one white pixel)
- Green + Blue = Cyan
(Light Blue)
ACCEPTABLE
LEVEL
TOTAL DOT DEFECTS
MODEL
Total bright or black dot defects of all types
>15mm
5
ACCEPTABLE
LEVEL
240PW9
5
Note: * 1 or 2 adjacent sub pixel defects = 1 dot defectʳ
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240PW9 LCD
Mechanical Instruction
Disassemble the four screws
Take the entire internal mechanism from Bezel and put it
on the cushion
Disassemble the Main-BKT : hexagonal screw *4
disassembly the bezel from the monitor, notice the
disassembly order :
1.Top (1) parts of bezel
2.Left (2) parts of bezel
3.Bottom (3) parts of bezel
4. Right (4) parts of bezel
Don’t draw the BZL
Tear off the adhesive tape and pull out the cable which
connect panel and power board
1
2
4
3
Turn over the monitor ,Uplift the Rear cover from the
monitor
Disassembled the Main-BKT : Side screw*2
Disassemble the main mechanism screw *2
Take off all aluminum foils, then draw two pieces of
FFC cables
Tear off amber tape, then uplift the Main-BKT and unlock
the LVDS by using two hands (see note).
disassemble a screw on the USB board
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Mechanical Instruction
Disassemble the Power board 5 screws
Tear off the iron sheet which cover the AC-SOCKET
Disassemble the C/B: screw*3
Uplift the LED/B, and separate the boards and bezel
Disassemble the interface board3 screws
Disassembled the other Main-BKT : Side screw*2
Then pull out the cable
Take the PCBA from Main-BKT and then put it on the
cushion
Pull out the cable of Power board
Pull out the LVDS cable
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240PW9 LCD
Color Adjustment
Clear image
Alignment procedure
1. Turn on the LCD monitor .
2.T urn on the Timing/pattern generator. See Fig.1
3. Preset LCD color Analyzer CA-1 10
-Remove the lens protective cover of probe CA-A30.
-Set measuring/viewing selector to measuring position for reset
analyzer .(zero calibration) as Fig.2
- Turn on the color analyzer (CA-1 10)
-Press 0-CAL button to starting reset analyzer .
Measurement/viewing selector
Fig.5
5.Display
Press "UP" or "DOWN" button to select . Change the value
by "UP" or "DOWN" key until the X, Y co-ordinates as below
5.1 Whit e colo r adjustment
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Ther e are t hree f ac tory pres et white c olor 9300K , 6500K , s R G B.
Apply full white pattern, with brightnes s in 100 % pos ition
and the c ontras t control at 50 % pos ition.
The 1931 C IE C hromatic ity (c olor triangle) diagr am (x ,y )
c oordinate for the s creen c enter s hould be:
Production
4. Access Factory Mode
5000K
1). Turn off monitor.
2). [Push "AUT O" & "MENU" buttons at the same time and hold them]
+[Press "power" button untill comes out "Windows screen" ]
=> then release all buttons
3).Press "MENU " button, wait until the OSD menu with
Characters" HUDSON 240BW8 V0.13 2007-08-10 " (below OSD
menu) come on the Screen of the monitor. as shown in Fig3.
Product SPEC
x = 0.345 ± 0.006
5000K
y = 0.357 ± 0.006
6500K
x = 0.313 ± 0.006
7500K
x = 0.298 ± 0.006
y = 0.357 ± 0.02
6500K
x = 0.313 ± 0.02
7500K
x = 0.298 ± 0.02
y = 0.329 ± 0.006
y = 0.329 ± 0.02
y = 0.314 ± 0.006
8200K
x = 0.291 ± 0.006
y = 0.314 ± 0.02
8200K
y = 0.306 ± 0.006
9300K
x = 0.283 ± 0.006
x = 0.270 ± 0.006
y = 0.281 ± 0.006
Quality inspect
5000K
x = 0.345 ± 0.015
y = 0.357 ± 0.015
Factory Mode indicator
6500K
x = 0.313 ± 0.015
y = 0.329 ± 0.015
Fig. 3
4). Press "MENU" button, then select factory mode indicator by "LEFT"
or "RIGHT" button .Press"MENU" button to bring up submenu
windows as below:
7500K
x = 0.298 ± 0.015
8200K
x = 0.291 ± 0.015
y = 0.314 ± 0.015
y = 0.306 ± 0.015
9300K
x = 0.283 ± 0.015
y = 0.297 ± 0.015
11500K
x = 0.270 ± 0.015
y = 0.281 ± 0.015
Fig. 4
x = 0.291 ± 0.02
y = 0.306 ± 0.02
9300K
y = 0.297 ± 0.006
11500K
x = 0.345 ± 0.02
x = 0.283 ± 0.02
y = 0.297 ± 0.02
11500K
x = 0.270 ± 0.02
y = 0.281 ± 0.02
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
General FAQs ʳ
Q: When I install my monitor what should I do if the screen shows
'Cannot display this video mode'?
A: Recommended video mode for Philips 24": 1920x1200 @60Hz.
1.Unplug all cables, then connect your PC to the monitor that you used
previously.
2.In the Windows Start Menu, select Settings/Control Panel. In the
Control Panel Window, select the Display icon. Inside the Display Control
Panel, select the 'Settings' tab. Under the setting tab, in box labeled
'desktop area', move the slidebar to 1920x1200 pixels (24").
3.Open 'Advanced Properties' and set the Refresh Rate to 60Hz, then
click OK.
4.Restart your computer and repeat step 2 and 3 to verify that your PC is
set at 1920x1200@60Hz (24").
5.Shut down your computer, disconnect your old monitor and reconnect
your Philips LCD monitor.
6.Turn on your monitor and then turn on your PC.
Q: What are the .inf and .icm files on the CD-ROM? How do I install
the drivers (.inf and .icm)?
A: These are the driver files for your monitor. Follow the instructions in
your user manual to install the drivers. Your computer may ask you for
monitor drivers (.inf and .icm files) or a driver disk when you first install
your monitor. Follow the instructions to insert the ( companion CD-ROM)
included in this package. Monitor drivers (.inf and .icm files) will be
installed automatically.
Q: How do I adjust the resolution?
A: Your video card/graphic driver and monitor together determine the
available resolutions. You can select the desired resolution under
Windows® Control Panel with the "Display properties".
Q:Can I change the color setting of my monitor?
A:Yes, you can change your color setting through OSD control as the
following procedures,
1. Press "MENU" to show the OSD (On Screen Display) menu
2. Press "Down Arrow" to select the option "Color" then press "OK" to
enter color setting, there are three settings as below.
a. Color Temperature; The six settings are 5000K, 6500K, 7500K,
8200K, 9300K and 11500K. With settings in the 5000K range the panel
appears ‘warm,' with a red-white color tone, while a 11500K temperature
yields ‘cool, blue-white toning."
b. sRGB; this is a standard setting for ensuring correct exchange of
colors between different device (e.g. digital cameras, monitors, printers,
scanners, etc)
c. User Define; the user can choose his/her preference color setting by
adjusting red, green blue color.
d. Gamma; The five settings are 1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, and 2.6.
*A measurement of the color of light radiated by an object while it is being
heated. This measurement is expressed in terms of absolute scale,
(degrees Kelvin). Lower Kevin temperatures such as 2004K are red;
higher temperatures such as 9300K are blue. Neutral temperature is
white, at 6504K.
Q: Can the Philips LCD Monitor be mounted on the wall?
A: Yes. Philips LCD monitors have this optional feature. For standard
VESA mount holes on the rear cover allows the user to mount the Philips
monitor on most of the VESA standard arms or accessories. We
recommend to contact your Philips sales representative for more
information.
Screen Adjustments
Q: What if I get lost when I am making monitor adjustments?
Q: When I install my monitor, how do I get the best performance
from the monitor?
A: Simply press the MENU button, the Setup button, then select 'Reset' to
recall all of the original factory settings.
A:For best performance, make sure your display settings are set at
1920x1200@60Hz for 24".
Q: What is the Auto function?
Q: How do LCDs compare to CRTs in terms of radiation?
A: The AUTO adjustment key restores the optimal screen position, phase
and clock settings by pressing of a single button – without the need to
navigate through OSD (On Screen Display) menus and control keys.
A: Because LCDs do not use an electron gun, they do not generate the
same amount of radiation at the screen surface.
Compatibility with other Peripherals
Note: Auto function is available in selected models only.
Q: Can I connect my LCD monitor to any PC, workstation or Mac?
Q: My Monitor has no power (Power LED does not light up). What
should I do?
A: Yes. All Philips LCD monitors are fully compatible with standard PCs,
Macs and workstations. You may need a cable adapter to connect the
monitor to your Mac system. Please contact your Philips sales
representative for more information.
A: Make sure the AC power cord is connected between the monitor and
AC outlet, and click a key on keyboard/mouse to wake up the PC.
Q: Will the LCD monitor accept an interlaced signal under PC
models?
A: No. If an Interlace signal is used, the screen displays both odd and
even horizontal scanning lines at the same time, thus distorting the
picture.
Q: What does the Refresh Rate mean for LCD?
A: Unlike CRT display technology, in which the speed of the electron
beam is swept from the top to the bottom of the screen determines flicker,
an active matrix display uses an active element (TFT) to control each
individual pixel and the refresh rate is therefore not really applicable to
LCD technology.
Q: Will the LCD screen be resistant to scratches?
A: A protective coating is applied to the surface of the LCD, which is
durable to a certain extent (approximately up to the hardness of a 2H
pencil). In general, it is recommended that the panel surface is not
subject to any excessive shocks or scratches.
Q: How should I clean the LCD surface?
A: For normal cleaning, use a clean, soft cloth. For extensive cleaning,
please use isopropyl alcohol. Do not use other solvents such as ethyl
alcohol, ethanol, acetone, hexane, etc.
Q: Are Philips LCD monitors Plug-and-Play?
A: Yes, the monitors are Plug-and-Play compatible with Windows® 95, 98,
2000, XP and Vista.
Q: What is USB (Universal Serial Bus)?
A: Think of USB as a smart plug for PC peripherals. USB automatically
determines resources (like driver software and bus bandwidth) required
by peripherals. USB makes necessary resources available without user
intervention. There are three main benefits of USB. USB eliminates "case
anxiety," the fear of removing the computer case to install circuit board
cards -- that often requires adjustment of complicated IRQ settings -- for
add-on peripherals. USB does away with "port gridlock." Without USB,
PCs are normally limited to one printer, two Com port devices (usually a
mouse and modem), one Enhanced Parallel Port add-on (scanner or
video camera, for example), and a joystick. More and more peripherals
for multimedia computers come on the market every day. With USB, up to
127 devices can run simultaneously on one computer. USB permits "hot
plug-in." No need to shut down, plug in, reboot and run set up to install
peripherals. No need to go through the reverse process to unplug a
device. Bottom line: USB transforms today's "Plug-and-Pray" into true
Plug-and-Play!
Please refer to glossary for more information about USB.
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: What is a USB hub ?
A: A USB hub provides additional connections to the Universal Serial Bus.
A hub's upstream port connects a hub to the host, usually a PC. Multiple
downstream ports in a hub allows connection to another hub or device,
such as a USB keyboard, camera or printer.
LCD Panel Technology
Q: What is a Liquid Crystal Display?
A: A Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is an optical device that is commonly
used to display ASCII characters and images on digital items such as
watches, calculators, portable game consoles, etc. LCD is the technology
used for displays in notebooks and other small computers. Like
light-emitting diode and gas-plasma technologies, LCD allows displays to
be much thinner than cathode ray tube (CRT) technology. LCD consumes
much less power than LED and gas-displays because it works on the
principle of blocking light rather than emitting it.
Q: What differentiates passive matrix LCDs from active matrix
LCDs?
A: An LCD is made with either a passive matrix or an active matrix
display grid. An active matrix has a transistor located at each pixel
intersection, requiring less current to control the luminance of a pixel. For
this reason, the current in an active matrix display can be switched on
and off more frequently, improving the screen refresh time (your mouse
pointer will appear to move more smoothly across the screen, for
example). The passive matrix LCD has a grid of conductors with pixels
located at each intersection in the grid.
positive and negative voltage. On the other hand, CRT flickering that can
irritate the human eye occurs when the on/off action of the fluorescent
object becomes visible. Since the reaction speed of liquid crystal in an
LCD panel is much slower, this troublesome form of flickering is not
present in an LCD display.
Q: Why is an LCD monitor virtually low of Electro Magnetic
Interference?
A: Unlike a CRT, an LCD monitor does not have key parts that generate
Electro Magnetic Interference, especially magnetic fields. Also, since an
LCD display utilizes relatively low power, its power supply is extremely
quiet.
Ergonomics, Ecology and Safety Standards
Q: What is the CE mark?
A: The CE (Conformité Européenne) mark is required to be displayed on
all regulated products offered for sale on the European market. This 'CE'
mark means that a product complies with the relevant European Directive.
A European Directive is a European 'Law' that relates to health, safety,
environment and consumer protection, much the same as the U.S.
National Electrical Code and UL Standards.
Q: Does the LCD monitor conform to general safety standards?
A: Yes. Philips LCD monitors conform to the guidelines of MPR-II and
TCO 99/03 standards for the control of radiation, electromagnetic waves,
energy reduction, electrical safety in the work environment and
recyclability. The specification page provides detailed data on safety
standards.
Q: What are the advantages of TFT LCD compared with CRT?
A: In a CRT monitor, a gun shoots electrons and general light by colliding
polarized electrons on fluorescent glass. Therefore, CRT monitors
basically operate with an analog RGB signal. A TFT LCD monitor is a
device that displays an input image by operating a liquid crystal panel.
The TFT has a fundamentally different structure than a CRT: Each cell
has an active matrix structure and independent active elements. A TFT
LCD has two glass panels and the space between them is filled with liquid
crystal. When each cell is connected with electrodes and impressed with
voltage, the molecular structure of the liquid crystal is altered and controls
the amount of inlet lighting to display images. A TFT LCD has several
advantages over a CRT, since it can be very thin and no flickering occurs
because it does not use the scanning method.
Q: After I change new PC, I found this information on screen, how
can I do?
Q: Why is vertical frequency of 60Hz optimal for an LCD monitor?
A: Unlike a CRT monitor, the TFT LCD panel has a fixed resolution. For
example, an XGA monitor has 1024x3 (R, G, B) x 768 pixels and a higher
resolution may not be available without additional software processing.
The panel is designed to optimize the display for a 65MHz dot clock, one
of the standards for XGA displays. Since the vertical/horizontal frequency
for this dot clock is 60Hz/48kHz, the optimum frequency for this monitor is
60Hz.
Q: What kind of wide-angle technology is available? How does it
work?
A: The TFT LCD panel is an element that controls/displays the inlet of a
backlight using the dual-refraction of a liquid crystal. Using the property
that the projection of inlet light refracts toward the major axis of the liquid
element, it controls the direction of inlet light and displays it. Since the
refraction ratio of inlet light on liquid crystal varies with the inlet angle of
the light, the viewing angle of a TFT is much narrower than that of a CRT.
Usually, the viewing angle refers to the point where the contrast ration is
10. Many ways to widen the viewing angle are currently being developed
and the most common approach is to use a wide viewing angle film,
which widens the viewing angle by varying the refraction ratio. IPS (In
Plane Switching) or MVA (Multi Vertical Aligned) is also used to give a
wider viewing angle.
Q: Why is there no flicker on an LCD Monitor?
A: Technically speaking, LCDs do flicker, but the cause of the
phenomenon is different from that of a CRT monitor -- and it has no
impact of the ease of viewing. Flickering in an LCD monitor relates to
usually undetectable luminance caused by the difference between
A: Because you activate Theft Deterrence function in SmartControl II.
Please contact IT manager or Philips Service Center.
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Electrical Instructions
1.Electrical characteristics
1.1 Interface signals
1). D-Sub Analog
Input signal : Video, Hsync., Vsync
Video : 0.7 Vp-p, input impedance, 75 ohm @DC
Sync. : Separate sync
TTL level , input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate
Hsync
Positive/Negative
Vsync
Positive/Negative
Composite sync TTL level, input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate (Positive/Negative)
Sync on green video 0.3 Vp-p Negative (Video 0.7 Vp-p Positive)
2). DVI-D Digital
Input signal: Single TMDS link (Three channels: RX0-/+, RX1-/+, RX2-/+)
3). USB PLUG 2.0 ( Not required in 240BW8 )
Input signal: Upstream input (VBUS, D+, D-, GND) via USB-B receptacle.
Output signal: Downstream output (VBUS, D+, D-, GND) through USB-A receptacle
1.2 Interface
1.2.1 D-Sub Cable
Length
Connector type
: 1.8 M +/- 50 mm
: D-Sub male with DDC2B pin assignments.
Blue connector thumb-operated jack screws
1.2.2 DVI Cable
The input signals are applied to the display through DVI-D cable.
Length.
: 1.8 M +/- 50 mm
Connector type.
: DVI-D male with DDC-2B pin assignments
White connector thumb-operated jackscrews
1.3 Timing requirement
1.3.1 Mode storing capacity
Factory preset modes
: 15
Preset modes
: 53
User define modes
: 16 ( waiting for supplier input)
Note: 1. Screen displays perfect picture at 15 factory-preset modes.
2. Screen displays visible picture with OSD warning when input modes are the 51 preset modes
1.3.2 Factory preset modes (15 modes)
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Electrical Instructions
2. White color adjustment
There are three factory preset white color 9300K, 6500K, sRGB. Apply full white pattern, with
brightness in 100 % position and the contrast control at 50 % position. The 1931 CIE
Chromaticity (color triangle) diagram (x,y) coordinate for the screen center should be:
Production
5000K
Product SPEC
x = 0.345 ± 0.006
5000K
y = 0.357 ± 0.006
6500K
x = 0.313 ± 0.006
y = 0.357 ± 0.02
6500K
y = 0.329 ± 0.006
7500K
x = 0.298 ± 0.006
x = 0.291 ± 0.006
7500K
x = 0.283 ± 0.006
8200K
x = 0.270 ± 0.006
y = 0.281 ± 0.006
Quality inspect
5000K
x = 0.345 ± 0.015
y = 0.357 ± 0.015
6500K
x = 0.313 ± 0.015
7500K
x = 0.298 ± 0.015
y = 0.329 ± 0.015
y = 0.314 ± 0.015
8200K
x = 0.291 ± 0.015
y = 0.306 ± 0.015
9300K
x = 0.283 ± 0.015
y = 0.297 ± 0.015
11500K
x = 0.270 ± 0.015
y = 0.281 ± 0.015
x = 0.291 ± 0.02
y = 0.306 ± 0.02
9300K
y = 0.297 ± 0.006
11500K
x = 0.298 ± 0.02
y = 0.314 ± 0.02
y = 0.306 ± 0.006
9300K
x = 0.313 ± 0.02
y = 0.329 ± 0.02
y = 0.314 ± 0.006
8200K
x = 0.345 ± 0.02
x = 0.283 ± 0.02
y = 0.297 ± 0.02
11500K
x = 0.270 ± 0.02
y = 0.281 ± 0.02
DDC Instructions
240PW9 LCD
DDC Data Re-programming
In case the DDC data memory IC or main EEPROM which storage all factory settings
were replaced due to a defect, the serial numbers have to be re-programmed "Analog
DDC IC, Digital DDC IC & EEPROM".
It is advised to re-soldered DDC IC and main EEPROM from the old board onto the new
board if circuit board have been replaced, in this case the DDC data does not need to be
re-programmed.
Additional information
Additional information about DDC (Display Data Channel) may be obtained from Video
Electronics Standards Association (VESA).
Extended Display Identification Data(EDID) information may be also obtained from
VESA.
Configuration and procedure
"PI-EDID" The software is provided by IMS to upgrade the firmware of CPU.
PI-EDID Tools is for the interface between "Parallel Port of PC" and "15 pin-D-SUB
connector of Monitor".
It is a windows-based program, which cannot be run in MS-DOS.
System and equipment requirements
1. An Pentium (or above) personal computer or compatible.
2. Microsoft operation system Windows 95/98/2000/XP and Port95NT.exe.
3. EDID Software "PI-EDID.exe"
4. ISP boardas shown in Fig. 1
And I2C Board Jump wire should follow J10 (short), J9 (open), J5/J6/ (1and 2 pin short)
J7/J8 (1 and 2 pin short)
3
2
1
1
2
3
Connected to
print cord and
Connected to
Display Signal
Fig.1
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DDC Instruction
5-1 Connect and Mains cord to Monitor as shown in Fig2(D-SUB cable for D-SUB EDID)
5-2 Connect and Mains cord to Monitor as shown in Fig 3(D-SUB to DVI cable for DVI EDID)
B, Input DVI-D connector pin
Pin assignment.
A15 pin D-Sub connector
PIN No.
SIGNAL
1
Red
2
Green/ SOG
3
Blue
4
Sense (GND)
5
Cable Detect (GND)
6
Red GND
7
Green GND
8
Blue GND
9
DDC +3.3V or +5V
10
Logic GND
11
Sense (GND)
12
Bi-directional data
13
H/H+V sync
14
V-sync
15
Data clock
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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Description
T.M.D.S. data2T.M.D.S. data2+
T.M.D.S. data2 shield
No Connect
No Connect
DDC clock
DDC data
No Connect
T.M.D.S. data1T.M.D.S. data1+
T.M.D.S. data1 shield
No Connect
No Connect
+5V Power
Ground (for +5V) – Cable detect
Hot plug detect
T.M.D.S. data0T.M.D.S. data0+
T.M.D.S. data0 shield
No Connect
No Connect
T.M.D.S clock shield
T.M.D.S. clock+
T.M.D.S. clock-
240PW9 LCD
DDC Instructions
6. Setup the Philips-IMS EDID Tools program
Step 1: Make a folder in your PC as shown in Fig. 3.
For example: C:\EDID
Step 2: Copy PI-EDID Software into your folder as shown in Fig.3.
Fig.3
Step 3: Copy the
LCD_Analog.ddc and LCD_DVI.ddc
to C:\EDID as shown in Fig. 4 .
Fig.4
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DDC Instructions
Update the DDC
1. Connect DSUB Cable to I2C Board.
Double click the PI-EDID.exe icon in desktop then appears window as shown in Fig.5.
Fig.5
2. Press File->OPEN EDID to Load DDC file as shown in Fig.6.
Load Analog EDID file LCD_Analog.ddc to PI-EDID.exe
Fig.6
DDC Instructions
3. Load EDID file OK as shown in Fig.7.
Fig.7
4. Modify Serial Number then Press •Update S/NŽbutton asshown in Fig.8.
Fig.8
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DDC Instructions
5. Press EDID->Write to write EDID data to EEPROM as shown in Fig. 9.
Fig.9
6. Connect DVI Cable to I2C Board.
Repeat Step 1~5 to write DVI EDID file.
7. Enter Factory Mode then Press the Serial Number->Write EDIDS/N to EEPROM as
shown in Fig.10
Note: If not enter Factory Mode, this Wrote EDID S/N will not work.
Fig.10
240PW9 LCD
DDC instruction
8. Press Monitor Menu Key to check OSD Serial number is the same as PI-EDID write
data as shown in Fig.10
Note: If not the same, please rewrite EDID S/N again.
Fig.14
9 Turn off the monitor, exit the factory mode.
Serial Number Definition
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DDC DATA
Analog:
**********************************************************************
EDID Log File
**********************************************************************
Vendor/Product Identification
Manufacturer Name
Product
Serial Number
Week of Manufacture
Year of Manufacture
EDID Structure Version , Revision
Version #
Revision #
Basic Display Parameters/Features
Vedio Input Definition
Max. Horizontal Image Size (mm)
Max. Vertical Image Size (mm)
Display Transfer Characteristic
Featuer Support
Color Characteristic
Red - x
Red - y
Green - x
Green - y
Blue - x
Blue - y
White - x
White - y
Established Timing
: PHL
: 0873
:
_
: 15
: 2008
: 01
: 03
: Bit 7 [0]
: Bit 6,5 [0,0]
: Bit 4 [0]
: Bit 3 [1]
: Bit 2 [1]
: Bit 1 [1]
: Bit 0 [0]
: 520
: 320
: 2.2
: Bit 7 [1]
: Bit 6 [1]
: Bit 5 [1]
: Bit 4,3 [0,1]
: Bit 2 [1]
: Bit 1 [*]
: Bit 0 [0]
Analog Singal Level
Operation 0.700,0.300 (1.000 V p-p)
Without Blank-to-black setup
Seperate syncs. Supported
Composite syncs. Supported
syncs. on green video Supported
Serration of the Vsync. Pulse Not Required
Standby Supported
Suspend Supported
Active off
RGB color display
Primary Color Space: sRGB Standard
Reserved
Default GTF Not Supported
: 0.6572265625
: 0.328125
: 0.212890625
: 0.6728515625
: 0.142578125
: 0.0712890625
: 0.3134765625
: 0.3291015625
Established Timinigs I
: Bit 7 [1] 720 x 400 @ 70 Hz Supported (IBM,VGA)
: Bit 6 [0]
: Bit 5 [1] 640 x 480 @ 60 Hz Supported (IBM,VGA)
: Bit 4 [1] 640 x 480 @ 67 Hz Supported (Apple,MacII)
: Bit 3 [1] 640 x 480 @ 72 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 2 [1] 640 x 480 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 1 [1] 800 x 600 @ 56 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 0 [1] 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz Supported (VESA)
Established Timinigs II
: Bit 7 [1] 800 x 600 @ 72 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 6 [1] 800 x 600 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 5 [1] 832 x 624 @ 75 Hz Supported (Apple,MacII)
: Bit 4 [0]
: Bit 3 [1] 1024 x 768 @ 60 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 2 [1] 1024 x 768 @ 70 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 1 [1] 1024 x 768 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 0 [1] 1280 x 1024 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
Manufacturer's Timing
: Bit 7 [1] 1152 x 870 @ 75 Hz Supported (Apple, MacII)
: Bit 6-0 [*] Reserved
StandarTiming Identification 1
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1152
: 4:3
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 2
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1280
: 4:3
: 60
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StandarTiming Identification 3
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1280
: 16:9
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 4
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1440
: 16:10
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 5
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1440
: 16:10
: 75
StandarTiming Identification 6
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1600
: 4:3
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 7
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1680
: 16:10
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 8
Horizontal Active Pixels
:
Aspect Ratio
:
Refresh Rate(Hz)
:
Detailed Timing Description 1
Pixel Clock (kHz)
H Active (pixels)
H Blanking (pixels)
V Active (lines)
V Blanking (lines)
H Sync Offset (F Porch) (pixels)
H Sync Pulse Width (pixels)
V Sync Offset (F Porch) (lines)
V Sync Pulse Width (lines)
H Image Size (mm)
V Image Size (mm)
H Border (pixels)
V Border (lines)
Flag
#1
#2
#3
#4
Monitor Serial Number
Monitor Name
Monitor Decription
Min. V Rate(Hz)
Max. V Rate(Hz)
Min. H Rate(kHz)
Max. H Rate(kHz)
Max. Pixel Clock(Mhz)
: 154000
: 1920
: 160
: 1200
: 35
: 48
: 32
:3
:6
: 519
: 324
:0
:0
: Bit 7 [0] No-Interlaced
: Bit 6,5 [0,0] Normal display, no stereo
: Bit 3,4 [1,1] Digital Separate
: Bit 2,1 [0,1] Vsync Negative Polarity, Hsync Positive Polarity
: CS10715000001
: Philips 240PW
: 48
: 85
: 24
: 94
: 210
**********************************************************************
EDID Data (128 bytes)
**********************************************************************
0: 00
1: FF
2: FF
3: FF
4: FF
5: FF
6: FF
7: 00
8: 41
9: 0C 10: 73 11: 08 12: 01 13: 00 14: 00 15: 00
16: 0F 17: 12 18: 01 19: 03 20: 0E 21: 34 22: 20 23: 78
24: EE 25: 49 26: 95 27: A9 28: 54 29: 37 30: AD 31: 25
32: 13 33: 50 34: 54 35: BF 36: EF 37: 80 38: 71 39: 40
40: 81 41: 40 42: 81 43: C0 44: 95 45: 00 46: 95 47: 0F
48: A9 49: 40 50: B3 51: 00 52: 01 53: 01 54: 28 55: 3C
56: 80 57: A0 58: 70 59: B0 60: 23 61: 40 62: 30 63: 20
64: 36 65: 00 66: 07 67: 44 68: 21 69: 00 70: 00 71: 1A
72: 00 73: 00 74: 00 75: FF 76: 00 77: 43 78: 53 79: 31
80: 30 81: 37 82: 31 83: 35 84: 30 85: 30 86: 30 87: 30
88: 30 89: 31 90: 00 91: 00 92: 00 93: FC 94: 00 95: 50
96: 68 97: 69 98: 6C 99: 69 100: 70 101: 73 102: 20 103: 32
104: 34 105: 30 106: 50 107: 57 108: 00 109: 00 110: 00 111: FD
112: 00 113: 30 114: 55 115: 18 116: 5E 117: 15 118: 00 119: 0A
120: 20 121: 20 122: 20 123: 20 124: 20 125: 20 126: 00 127: 2D
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DDC DATA
DVI
**********************************************************************
EDID Log File
**********************************************************************
Vendor/Product Identification
Manufacturer Name
Product
Serial Number
Week of Manufacture
Year of Manufacture
EDID Structure Version , Revision
Version #
Revision #
Basic Display Parameters/Features
Vedio Input Definition
Max. Horizontal Image Size (mm)
Max. Vertical Image Size (mm)
Display Transfer Characteristic
Featuer Support
Color Characteristic
Red - x
Red - y
Green - x
Green - y
Blue - x
Blue - y
White - x
White - y
Established Timing
: PHL
: 0873
:
_
: 15
: 2008
: 01
: 03
: Bit 7 [1]
: Bit 6,5 [*]
: Bit 4 [*]
: Bit 3 [*]
: Bit 2 [*]
: Bit 1 [*]
: Bit 0 [0]
: 520
: 320
: 2.2
: Bit 7 [1]
: Bit 6 [1]
: Bit 5 [1]
: Bit 4,3 [0,1]
: Bit 2 [1]
: Bit 1 [*]
: Bit 0 [0]
Digital Signal Level
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Interface is signal Not compatible withVESA DEP 1.X
Standby Supported
Suspend Supported
Active off
RGB color display
Primary Color Space: sRGB Standard
Reserved
Default GTF Not Supported
: 0.6572265625
: 0.328125
: 0.212890625
: 0.6728515625
: 0.142578125
: 0.0712890625
: 0.3134765625
: 0.3291015625
Established Timinigs I
: Bit 7 [1] 720 x 400 @ 70 Hz Supported (IBM,VGA)
: Bit 6 [0]
: Bit 5 [1] 640 x 480 @ 60 Hz Supported (IBM,VGA)
: Bit 4 [1] 640 x 480 @ 67 Hz Supported (Apple,MacII)
: Bit 3 [1] 640 x 480 @ 72 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 2 [1] 640 x 480 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 1 [1] 800 x 600 @ 56 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 0 [1] 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz Supported (VESA)
Established Timinigs II
: Bit 7 [1] 800 x 600 @ 72 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 6 [1] 800 x 600 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 5 [1] 832 x 624 @ 75 Hz Supported (Apple,MacII)
: Bit 4 [0]
: Bit 3 [1] 1024 x 768 @ 60 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 2 [1] 1024 x 768 @ 70 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 1 [1] 1024 x 768 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
: Bit 0 [1] 1280 x 1024 @ 75 Hz Supported (VESA)
Manufacturer's Timing
: Bit 7 [1] 1152 x 870 @ 75 Hz Supported (Apple, MacII)
: Bit 6-0 [*] Reserved
StandarTiming Identification 1
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1152
: 4:3
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 2
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1280
: 4:3
: 60
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StandarTiming Identification 3
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1280
: 16:9
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 4
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1440
: 16:10
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 5
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1440
: 16:10
: 75
StandarTiming Identification 6
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1600
: 4:3
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 7
Horizontal Active Pixels
Aspect Ratio
Refresh Rate(Hz)
: 1680
: 16:10
: 60
StandarTiming Identification 8
Horizontal Active Pixels
:
Aspect Ratio
:
Refresh Rate(Hz)
:
Detailed Timing Description 1
Pixel Clock (kHz)
: 154000
H Active (pixels)
: 1920
H Blanking (pixels)
: 160
V Active (lines)
: 1200
V Blanking (lines)
: 35
H Sync Offset (F Porch) (pixels)
: 48
H Sync Pulse Width (pixels)
: 32
V Sync Offset (F Porch) (lines)
:3
V Sync Pulse Width (lines)
:6
H Image Size (mm)
: 519
V Image Size (mm)
: 324
H Border (pixels)
:0
V Border (lines)
:0
Flag
#1
: Bit 7 [0] No-Interlaced
#2
: Bit 6,5 [0,0] Normal display, no stereo
#3
: Bit 3,4 [1,1] Digital Separate
#4
: Bit 2,1 [0,1] Vsync Negative Polarity, Hsync Positive Polarity
Monitor Serial Number
: CS10715000001
Monitor Name
: Philips 240PW
Monitor Decription
Min. V Rate(Hz)
: 48
Max. V Rate(Hz)
: 85
Min. H Rate(kHz)
: 24
Max. H Rate(kHz)
: 94
Max. Pixel Clock(Mhz)
: 170
**********************************************************************
EDID Data (128 bytes)
**********************************************************************
0: 00
1: FF
2: FF
3: FF
4: FF
5: FF
6: FF
7: 00
8: 41
9: 0C 10: 73 11: 08 12: 01 13: 00 14: 00 15: 00
16: 0F 17: 12 18: 01 19: 03 20: 80 21: 34 22: 20 23: 78
24: EE 25: 49 26: 95 27: A9 28: 54 29: 37 30: AD 31: 25
32: 13 33: 50 34: 54 35: BF 36: EF 37: 80 38: 71 39: 40
40: 81 41: 40 42: 81 43: C0 44: 95 45: 00 46: 95 47: 0F
48: A9 49: 40 50: B3 51: 00 52: 01 53: 01 54: 28 55: 3C
56: 80 57: A0 58: 70 59: B0 60: 23 61: 40 62: 30 63: 20
64: 36 65: 00 66: 07 67: 44 68: 21 69: 00 70: 00 71: 1A
72: 00 73: 00 74: 00 75: FF 76: 00 77: 43 78: 53 79: 31
80: 30 81: 37 82: 31 83: 35 84: 30 85: 30 86: 30 87: 30
88: 30 89: 31 90: 00 91: 00 92: 00 93: FC 94: 00 95: 50
96: 68 97: 69 98: 6C 99: 69 100: 70 101: 73 102: 20 103: 32
104: 34 105: 30 106: 50 107: 57 108: 00 109: 00 110: 00 111: FD
112: 00 113: 30 114: 55 115: 18 116: 5E 117: 11 118: 00 119: 0A
120: 20 121: 20 122: 20 123: 20 124: 20 125: 20 126: 00 127: BF
28 240PW9 L CD
F irmware Upgrade for C P U
S tep 1 C onnec tion method D/L B D
S tep 7 S elect *.H00 file
S elect *.H 00 file
3
2
1
1
2
3
Connected to print
cord and PC
Connected to Display
Signal Cable
S tep 2 E xec ute R T D Debug Tool
S tep 3 S elect IIC
S tep 4 S elect R T D2122
S tep 8 P res s this button to D/L
S tep 5 S elect IS P F UNC T ION
2. Select RTD2122
1. Select IIC
3. Select ISP FUNCTION
It
S tep 6 S elect AL L , IS P Addres s , AUT O, Mas s
will s how PAS S when
P res s this button to D/L
D/L OK
E ras e
S elect Main1 bottom to s elect file
F ollow thes e
s elections
240B W 9 240P W 9 select 0x90
240S W 9 s elect 0x94
If it s how NG. Pleas e re-plug power cord and re-D/L again
Failure Mode Of Panel
Quick reference for failure mode of LCD panel
this page presents problems that could be made by LCD panel.
It is not necessary to repair circuit board. Simply follow the mechanical
instruction on this manual to eliminate failure by replace LCD panel.
Failure description
Vertical block defect
Polarizer has bubbles
Phenomenon
Polarizer has bubbles
Vertical dim lines
Foreign material inside
polarizer . It shows liner or
dot shape.
Vertical lines defect
(Always bright or dark)
Concentric circle formed
Horizontal block defect
Bottom back light of LCD is
brighter than normal
Horizontal dim lines
Back light un-uniformity
Horizontal lines defect
(Always bright or dark)
Has bright or dark pixel
Backlight has foreign material.
Black or white color, liner or
circular type
240PW9 LCD
29
240PW9 LCD
Power board
30
CN702
USB board
CN701
Wiring Diagram
J1
J1
LED board
Interface board
Control board
J4
J3
J5
J7
Panel
Block Diagram
240PW9 LCD 31
A
B
C
D
4
PANEL_ON
5
R94
5
20K
7,8
C85
4.7U K
V_PANEL
R95
10K J
B
Q4
2N3904S
4
0 J/ 200K(P MODEL)
R93
R86
100K J
V_PANEL
4
0.1U Z
C84
V_PANEL
G
D
S
32 240PW9 L CD
C
E
U8
AO3401L
1
2
3
C83
+ C82
47U 25V
0.1U K
3
TXE0+
TXE0TXO3+
TXO3TXOC+
TXOCTXO2+
TXO2TXO1+
TXO1TXO0+
TXO0-
5
5
5
5
5
5
TXE1+
TXE1-
5
5
5
5
5
V33S
5
2,3,5,7,8 5
5
TXE3+
TXE3TXEC+
TXECTXE2+
TXE2-
5
5
5
5
5
5
R87
R118
R89
R90
OPEN/2.2M J R91
R92
2
2
G1
TP22 1
2
TP70 3
TP23 4
TP24 5
TP25 6
7
TP26
8
TP27
9
TP28
10
TP29
11
TP30
12
TP31
13
14
TP32
15
TP33
16
17
TP34
18
TP35
19
TP36
20
TP37
21
TP38
22
TP39
23
24
TP40
25
TP41
26
TP42
27
TP43
28
TP44
29
TP45
30
G2
OPEN/0 J
OPEN/0 J
OPEN / 0 J
OPEN / 0 J
OPEN / 0 J
S c aler Diagram
2KK2085030
G1
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
G2
J3
1
1
A
B
C
D
C2
J3
D4
U8
C5
R 94
C4
C4
R 93
R 95
D2
D2
D2
D3
R 92
R9
R 90
R 89
D2
D2
R 87
R 118
D4
R 86
C4
C5
C 85
Q4
C4
D3
C 83
C 84
D3
C 82
A
B
C
D
7
BL_ON
Q3
2N3904S
C
E
R38
B
10K J
OPEN/0 J
R35
7
VOLUME_ADJ
C28
1U/OPEN(S)
C29
1U Z
4.7K/470(P)/0(S)
R46
0.1U Z
C33
VMCU
4
3
2
1
SDA
SCL
WP
VCC
5
6
7
8
5
AT24C16AN-10SJ-1.8
GND
A2
A1
A0
U4
NVRAM
4.7K J
R53
100 J
100 J
R63
R64
0J
M_SDA
M_SCL
W P_PRO
VOL_ADJ
R132
R131
OPEN/100 J
B
OPEN/4.7K J
R130
VMCU
BL_EN
Q10
OPEN/2N3904S
R60
R61
R62
4.7K J 4.7K J 4.7K J
PWM᠏ང‫ګ‬DC level
BKLT_ADJ
൷֘‫ٻ‬ᕴ, ߻ַAC/ON ISSUE
‫ิڼ‬ሽ
CONNECTOR
7
BRT_ADJ
4
VGA_SDA
2 Cable_Detect_VGA
3 Cable_Detect_DVI
System I2C
2
D-SUB DDC
DVI_SDA
VGA_SCL
3,5
2
DVI DDC
DVI_SCL
3 DVI-Hot-Plug
3
VMCU
M_SDA
M_SCL
6
A DC
R57
4.7K J
7
R54
R52
R49
R47
10K J
VOL_ON
BRT_ADJ
BL_EN
VOL_ADJ
R222
1K J
R221
VMCU
2
1
3
4
3
P3.5/T1
P3.4/T0
P3.3/INT1
P3.2/INT0
3
4
R219
VMCU
V33S
VMCU
R223
1K J
P ivot
10K J
U3
RTD2122L
R58
OPEN/1M J
C31
C32
27P J
27P J
Y1
24MHZ
HSDA1/TXD/P3.1
NC
NC
for P model
OPEN/6B40074001
2
1
SW1
7
HSCL1/RXD/P3.0
RST
DA7/P5.7
DA6/P5.6
DA5/P5.5
W P_PRO
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R41
R42
4.7K J 4.7K J
OPEN/4.7K J
R65
VOL_ON
120 J
120 J
120 J
120 J
R39 R40
4.7K/2K(P) 4.7K J
VMCU
1K J
Re set_Det
RESET_MCU 5
R133
V33_CUT 5,7
R36 OPEN/2K J
G
OPEN/2N7002K-T1-E3
Q2
R33
OPEN/4.7K J
V33_CUT
GND
PANEL_ON
R56
4.7K J
D
S
R34
10K J
48
DA4/P5.4
V33_CUT
DA3/P5.3
C
E
Rest MCU from Scaler
DA2/P5.2
VMCU
V33S
L11
P6.5
P6.6/CLKO1
P6.7
VSYNC
NC
NC
NC
NC
P1.7
P1.6
P1.5
P1.4
14
NC
3
P7.7
NC
4
X2
15
47
DA1/P5.1
X1
16
46
DA0/P5.0
VSS
17
45
NC
18
43
NC
19
40
20
42
VCC
P6.0/AD0
5
P1.2
39
P1.0/ET2
P6.1/AD1
21
P ivot
P7.6/CLKO2
13
P1.3
41
P1.1
P6.2/AD2
22
38
P6.3/AD3
23
37
P6.4
24
44
VMCU
R44
VMCU
100 J
R51
33
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
R85
C30
22P J
R59
R107
KEY2
KEY1
KEY0
2
ADC
KEY2
KEY1
KEY0
8
8
8
8
8
sheilding
8
12V_ON
SENSOR_SCL 8
Scalar_on
sheilding
sheilding
5
sheilding
sheilding
RTD_SCSB 5
sheilding
RTD_SCLK 5
YOUT
8
SENSOR_SDA 8
GPIO
LED_BLU 8
RTD_SDIO3 5
ࣹრ Pivot Func tion
4.7K J 4.7K J 4.7K J OPEN/4.7K J
VMCU
R88
100 J
RTD_SCSB
RTD_SCLK
RTD_SDIO3
Layout૞ᔾ२MCU
R55
100 J
R50
34
Re set_Det
100 J
R48
32
Scalar_on
LED_BLU
R45
OPEN/4.7K J
Host interface
OPEN/4.7K J
C27
10U Z
VMCU
35
36
Z220
2
S c aler Diagram
R99
4.7K J
PFC_ON
1
7
1
A
B
C
D
D2
L11
A2
D3
C2
C2
D3
C5
D5
R 221
R 132 C 5
R 58
R 64
R 63
R 55
R 51
R 50
R 219
D3
D3
D5
D3
D5
D5
R 48
R 54
R 52
R 49
R 47
R 46
R 99
R 88
R 85
R 62
R 61
R 60
R 59
R 57
R 56
R 53
R 42
D3
R 41
R 40
R 39
R 38
R 36
R 35
R 34
R 130 C 5
R 107
R 65
R 45
R 44
R 33
Q10
Q3
D3
A5
C 33
Q2
B3
C 32
B3
B2
C 30
C 31
B5
C5
C 28
C 29
D2
C 27
A3
A3
B3
A5
A5
B2
C2
C2
C2
B3
B3
C3
C3
C5
C2
A2
A2
A5
A5
A5
A2
B3
B4
B5
D3
Y1
R 131
R 223
R 222
U4
U3
SW1
B3
C4
A3
A3
A5
B3
A3
R 133 D3
240PW9 L CD 33
A
B
C
D
J4
2K61185114
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
C98
0.1U Z
3
5
VIN
VOUT
2
C88
0.1U Z
U9
G1117-18T43UF
C87
0.1U Z
TP68
TP69
TP67
C86
0.1U Z
V33_CUT
C110
0.1U Z
TP66
TP46
TP51
TP58
TP63
TP64
TP65
+
C112
0.1U Z
C95
47U 25V
C89
0.1U Z
V18S
Z600
Z600
L18
L13
V18S
5
4
Scaler Core
Z30
L9
C97
0.1U Z
C109
0.1U Z
Z600
Z600
Z600
Z600
Z30
Z220
L14
L17
L15
L16
L12
L10
4
4
Scalar_on
22U 25V
C90
VOL_ON 4
VOLUME_ADJ 4
BKLT_ADJ 4
BL_ON 4
PFC_ON 4
12V_ON
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
GND
1
+
Scalar_on
22U 25V
0.1U Z
R136
C91
C92
1
2
5
1
2
+
20K
C93
0.1U Z
+12V
C100
4.7U K
V_PANEL
V33S
3
R135
10K J
B
8
2,3,4,6,8
V_PANEL 6,8
+12V
V33S
3
Q11
2N3904S
R134
100K J
V33S
0.1U Z
C108
V33S
G
U10
AO3401L
22U 25V
2
C113
2
+
V33_CUT
S c aler Diagram
D
S
34 240PW9 L CD
C
E
1
2
2
6
V33_CUT
4,5
GND
HOLE-V8
HOLE-V8
GND
H2
1
H1
2
3
4
7
5
8
9
3
1
4
5
OP1
1
Optical Points
6
7
8
9
2
3
4
5
OP2
GND
HOLE-V8
H3
Screw Holes
1
1
OP3
6
7
8
9
.
A
B
C
D
D5
D5
C 109
C 112
B5
B3
D5
C 95
C 100
J4
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
L12
L 10
L 13
L14
L15
D4
D5
C 110
L9
C4
C3
C2
C 92
C 91
C 113
C4
B2
C 108
C 90
B5
B5
C 97
C 98
C3
D5
C 93
C 89
D5
D5
C 87
C 88
D5
C 86
U10
U9
R 136
R 135
R 134
Q11
L 18
L17
L 16
C2
C5
B3
B3
C3
B3
D4
D4
D4
A
B
C
4
LED_BLU
5
LED_BLU
‫ش‬12V
¥?2V‫ؚ‬ٙ
10K J
R128
R127
0J
B
¥?2V‫ؚ‬ٙ
‫ش‬12V
KEY2
4
¥?2V‫ؚ‬ٙ
Q8
2N3904S
R129
10K J
V_PANEL
KEY1
4
4
2K J
R98
10K J
R112
2,3,5,6,7 V33S
2K J
R97
R111
4.7K J
2K J
PZU6.2B2
V33S
R125
0J
B
Q7
5 DAC
4 ADC
GPIO
+12V
7
4
PZU6.2B2
R113
¥?2V‫ؚ‬ٙ
OPEN/100 J
OPEN/100 J
R103
R102
3
OPEN/100 J
OPEN/2K J
R115
R104
OPEN/2K J
R105
+12V
30 J
C103
470P J
R119
OPEN/390
C102
470P J
¥?2V‫ؚ‬ٙ
C101
470P J
3
R116
OPEN/390
V_PANEL
Q9
2N3904S
R126
0J
V_PANEL
D8
6,7 V_PANEL
2N3906S
B
D7
PZU6.2B2
4 SENSOR_SCL
4 SENSOR_SDA
‫ش‬12V
D6
K
A
R96
K
A
KEY0
K
A
4
4
E
C
D
C
E
C
E
5
C104
0.1U Z
R114 0
D13
C111
0.1U Z
C106
0.1U Z
R108 OPEN/0
TP47
TP48
TP49
K
A
D9
C107
0.1U Z
PZU6.2B2
D10
TP53
TP52
TP56
2
2
TP54
PZU6.2B2
S c aler Diagram
PZU6.2B2
K
A
K
A
TP57 1
2
3
4
5
G1
1
2
3
4
5
G2
TP60
TP61
2KK2088005
2K62095105
J6
G1
1
2
3
4
5
G2
J5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
J7
G1
G1
G2
G2
1
2KK2088004
1
.
A
B
C
D
C3
B3
A3
A2
A3
D4
D3
D3
A2
A2
A2
C 103
C 104
C 106
C 107
C 111
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D13
A3
A3
R 104
A3
D4
D4
D4
R 103
R 102
R 98
R 97
R 96
B3
B5
Q8
Q9
B3
C1
J7
Q7
B2
J6
D1
C3
C 102
J5
C3
C 101
R 108
R 115
R 105
R 127
R 126
R 125
R 119
R 116
R 114
R 113
R 129
R 128
R 112
R 111
B2
A3
A3
B5
C3
C3
B3
B3
B2
B3
C5
B5
B4
B4
240PW9 L CD 35
A
B
C
D
G6
G5
G1
G2
1
9
17
2
10
18
3
11
19
4
12
20
5
13
21
6
14
22
7
15
23
8
16
24
DVI_SCL
DVI_SDA
4,5
R32
5
R31
130 J
130 J
ZD9
PZU6.2B2
DVI_SDA
TP20
TP21
TP17
TP18
TP19
TP15
TP16
TP9
TP10
TP11
TP12
TP13
TP14
DVI_SCL
2K22030024
G6
G5
G1
G2
1
9
17
2
10
18
3
11
19
4
12
20
5
13
21
6
14
22
7
15
23
8
16
24
4,5
J2
K
A
5
K
A
36 240PW9 L CD
C116
47P J
R29
4.7K J
ZD5
PZU6.2B2
K
A
ZD6
BZV55C6V2
K
C117
47P J
R30
4.7K J
DRXCN
DRXCP
DVI_SDA
DVI_SCL
DRX2N
DRX1N
DRX0N
DRX2P
DRX1P
DRX0P
DVI_WP
J
5
6
7
8
V33S
GND
A2
A1
A0
U2
4
3
2
1
A1 DVI_5V
A2
ZD8
BZV55C6V2
DVI_5V
4
47 J
R28
4
C25
0.1U Z
2,5,6,7,8
DVI-Hot-Plug 4
1K J
R27
V33S
DVI_5V
R26
4.7K J
AT24C02N-10SU-1.8
SDA
SCL
WP
VCC
DN13
BAV70LT1G
ZD7
BZV55C6V2
DVI_EDID_VCC
A
K
A
10K J
R306
DVI_WP
Cable_Detect_DVI 4
DRXCP
DRX2P
DRX1P
DRX0P
3
3
J
K
J
K
J
K
J
K
C23
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN11
C21
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN9
C19
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN7
C17
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN5
V33S
2,5,6,7,8
2
DRXCP
DRX2P
DRX1P
DRX0P
2
S c aler Diagram
5
5
5
5
DRXCN
DRX2N
DRX1N
DRX0N
J
K
J
K
J
K
J
K
C24
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN12
C22
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN10
C20
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN8
C18
0.1U Z
BAV99
A
DN6
1
1
DRXCN
DRX2N
DRX1N
DRX0N
5
5
5
5
.
A
B
C
D
C3
C 21
D5
C4
B5
J2
R 26
R 29
B5
B4
DN13
R 30
B2
B3
C2
C3
DN12
DN11
DN10
DN9
C2
C3
DN7
DN8
D2
D3
DN5
DN6
A5
C 117
A5
B2
C 25
C 116
B2
C 24
B3
C2
C 20
C 23
C3
C 19
C2
D2
C 18
C 22
D3
C 17
B5
B5
R 28
R 27
ZD8
ZD7
ZD6
ZD9
ZD5
U2
C4
C4
C4
C5
C5
C5
C5
B4
R 306 C 4
R 32
R 31
A
B
C
4
3
2
1
U1
SDA
SCL
WP
VCC
5
6
7
8
VGA_SCL
4
5
12K J
R15
ZD1
VGA_SCL
VGA_SDA
2N3904S
4 Cable_Detect_VGA
VGA_SDA
4
Shielding
R24
OPEN/10K J
AT24C02N-10SU-1.8
GND
A2
A1
A0
Reserve
C14
0.1U Z
Q1
R16
ZD2
150 J
B
TP8
TP6
TP4
TP2
Cable_Detect_VGA
VSI
HSI
47K J
R25
R9
6
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
10
5
1K J
D-sub 15
J1
VGA_5V
15
14
13
12
11
RAI+
DSUB_WP
D1
BZV55C6V2
GAI+
TP5
TP7 BAI+
TP3
TP1
VGA_SDA
VSI
3,5,6,7,8
4
4
D2
BZV55C6V2
ZD4
PZU6.2B2
HSI
ZD3
PZU6.2B2
V33S
VGA_5V
VGA_SCL
V33S
A1 VGA_5V
A2
DSUB_WP
R23
10K J
DSUB_EDID_VCC
150 J
R18
J
DN4
BAV70LT1G
R17
C105
47P J
R22
10K J
12K J
C114
47P J
C
E
D
K
PZU6.2B2
A
K
PZU6.2B2
A
G1
G2
DSUB_EDID_VCC
K
A
K
A
K
A
5
K
A
R21
2K J
R20
R14
2K J
R13
100 J
100 J
GAI+
RAI+
BAI+
R117
0
DN3
BAV99
A
DN2
BAV99
A
DN1
BAV99
A
ᔾ२Connector
OPEN/1N4148WS
D14
0J
For YPbPr
R19
K
A
C16
22P J
C15
22P J
J
0.1U Z
C4
K
J
0.1U Z
C9
K
J
0.1U Z
C13
K
L1
R7
75J
R11
75J
3
L3
L2
75J
R2
HSYNC
VSYNC
3
5
5
Z10
Z10
Z10
V33S
R124
OPEN/75 J
R123
OPEN/75 J
R122
OPEN/75 J
C2
3,5,6,7,8
OPEN/4.7P C
C11
OPEN/4.7P C
C7
OPEN/4.7P C
R12
R10
R8
R5
R4
R3
R1
LPF ᔾ२Scalar
100 J
56 J
100 J
56 J
470
100 J
56 J
2
2
C12
C10
C8
C6
C3
C1
0.033U K
0.033U K
0.033U K
0.033U K
0.033U K
0.033U K
S c aler Diagram
GNDB
BIN
GNDG
GIN
GNDR
RIN
C5
5
5
5
5
5
5
0.047U 16V
SOG
R6
OPEN/1M J
1
5
1
.
A
B
C
D
A2
C 10
A3
D4
DN4
B3
DN2
DN3
B3
B3
A4
B4
D5
D5
C3
D3
B1
DN1
D14
D2
D1
C 114
C 105
C 16
C 15
C5
D5
A3
C 13
C 14
A3
B3
C4
C9
A3
B3
B3
C 11
C7
C2
A2
B2
C8
C 12
B2
B2
C3
C6
B2
C1
R 25
R 24
R 23
R 22
R 19
R 18
R 17
R 16
R 15
R 21
R 14
R9
R6
R4
R 20
R 13
R 12
R8
R3
R 11
R7
R2
R 10
R5
R1
C5
C5
C5
C5
C4
D5
D5
D5
D5
C4
D4
A4
B1
B2
C3
D3
A2
A2
B2
A3
B3
B3
A2
B2
B2
B3
C5
A3
B3
C4
D4
B5
B5
B3
B5
D5
R 122 B 3
R 117 B 3
L1
J1
U1
R 124 A3
R 123
Q1
L3
L2
ZD4
ZD3
ZD2
ZD1
240PW9 L CD 37
A
B
C
D
L7
L5
V18S_C
C53
22U Z
V18S_ADC
V18S_ADC
C35
10U Z
V18S_C
ᔾ२PIN24
Z220
Z220
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
shielding
RTD_SCSB
R77
R75
TXE0TXE0+
TXE1TXE1+
TXE2TXE2+
TXECTXEC+
TXE3TXE3+
TXO0TXO0+
TXO1TXO1+
TXO2TXO2+
TXOCTXOC+
TXO3TXO3+
DRX2P
DRX2N
DRX1P
DRX1N
DRX0P
DRX0N
DRXCP
DRXCN
RIN
G NDR
GIN
GNDG
BIN
GNDB
SOG
V SYNC
HSYNC
5
0J
0J
RI N
G NDR
G IN
G NDG
BIN
GNDB
SOG
VS YNC
HSYNC
D-SUB input
DRX2P
DRX2N
DRX1P
DRX1N
DRX0P
DRX0N
DRXCP
DRXCN
DVI input
TXE0TXE0+
TXE1TXE1+
TXE2TXE2+
TXECTXEC+
TXE3TXE3+
TXO0TXO0+
TXO1TXO1+
TXO2TXO2+
TXOCTXOC+
TXO3TXO3+
LVDS output
DVI_SDA
shielding
3,4
RTD_SCLK
DDC channel
DVI_SCL
shielding
3
RTD_SDIO3
shielding
4
shielding
4
shielding
4
shielding
Pull High ሽॴᔾ२Scalar
Host Interface(Open Drain)
V18S
V18S
Z220
Z220
L6
L8
RTD_SCSB
RTD_SCLK
RTD_SDIO3
DDC2_SCL
DDC2_SDA
V33S_PAD
ᔾ२PIN1,8
V33_CUT
V33_CUT
V18S
V33_CUT
C54
10U Z
V33S_PLL
V33S_PLL
C36
10U Z
V33S_PAD
V33S_PAD
4
YOUT
RESET_MCU
shielding
4
shielding
8 DAC
V33S_PAD
V18S_C
V33S_PAD
OPEN/4.7K J
R137
V33_CUT
V33S_PAD
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
C57
C60
C61
RTD_SDIO3
RTD_SCLK
RTD_SCSB
DDC2_SDA
DDC2_SCL
4
PIN2(TMDS TEST):
Host Interface Select
"H"--Parallel
"L"--Serial
V33S_PAD
0.1U Z
C55
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
R83
4.7K J
R82
OPEN/4.7K J
V33S_PLL
PVCC
PGND
AB3P/ ABLU5
AB3N/ ABLU4
AB2P/ ABLU3
AB2N/ ABLU2
AB1P/ ABLU1
AB1N/ ABLU0
AB0P/ AGRN7
AB0N/ AGRN6
ACLKP/ AGRN5
ACLKN/ AGRN4
AG3P/ AGRN3
AG3N/ AGRN2
AG2P/ AGRN1
AG2N/ AGRN0
AG1P/ ARED7
AG1N/ ARED6
AG0P/ ARED5
AG0N/ ARED4
PVCC
PGND
AR3P/ ARED3
AR3N/ ARED2
AR2P/ ARED1
AR2N/ ARED0
AR1P
AR1N
AR0P
AR0N
TCON[0][1]/ ECLK
TCON[1][2]/ DENA
TCON[3][4]/ DHS
TCON[5][6]/ DVS
PVCC
PGND
VCCK
TCON[7][8]/ OCLK
TCON[8][9]/ PWM2
TCON[10][11]/ PWM1
TCON[12][13]/ PWM0
SDIO[0]/ PWM2/ TCON12
SDIO[1]/ PWM1/ TCON10
SDIO[2]/ PWM0/ TCON8
SDIO[3]
SCLK
SCSB
DDCSDA2/ PWM1/ TCON6
DDCSCL2/ PWM0/ TCON4
RESET
XO
XI
0.1U Z
V33S_PLL
C76
V18S
DRX2P
DRX2N
V33_CUT
V33S_PAD
V33S_PLL
DRX1P
DRX1N
7
DRX0P
DRX0N
4,7
TXO0TXO0+
TXO1TXO1+
TXO2TXO2+
TXOCTXOC+
TXO3TXO3+
1K J
R84
4
DRXCP
DRXCN
V SYNC
HSY NC
V33S_PAD V18S_C
3
V33S_PAD
RTD2549TH-LF
V18S_ADC
V18S_C V33S_PAD
U6
MD[0]/ VO19
MD[1]/ VO20
MD[2]/ VO21
MD[3]/ VO22
MD[4]/ DVS
MD[5]/ TCON10
MD[6]/ VO23
MD[7]/ VO_CLK
PVCC
PGND
MD[8]/ VO_DENA
MD[9]/ VO_DHS
MD[10]/ VO_DVS
MD[11]/ VO_ODD
MD[12]/ TCON13
MD[13]/ TCON7
MD[14]/ TCON0/ PWM2
MD[15]/ TCON5
MD[16]
MD[17]
MD[18]
MD[19]
MD[20]
MD[21]
MD[22]
MD[23]
PVCC
PGND
VCCK
MD[24]
MD[25]
MD[26]
MD[27]
MD[28]
MD[29]
MD[30]
MD[31]
NC
NC
MD[32]/SPDIF3/ PWM0
MD[33]/SPDIF2/ PWM1
MD[34]/SPDIF1/ PWM2
MD[35]/SPDIF0
PGND
PVCC
MD[36]/SD3/ TCON[2][12]/ SPDIF0
MD[37]/SD2/ TCON[1][8]/ SPDIF1
MD[38]/SD1/ TCON[0][9]/ SPDIF2
MD[39]/SD0/ TCON[6][7]/ SPDIF3
MD[40]/WS/ TCON11/ PWM2
MD[41]/SCK/ TCON3/ PWM1
MD[42]/MCK/ TCON2/ PWM0
3
V33S_PAD
0.1U Z
C77
5
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
C78
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
M2_MD4
M2_MD5
M2_MD6
M2_MD7
M2_MD8
M2_MD9
M2_MD10
M2_MD0
M2_MD1
M2_MD2
M2_MD3
M1_MD24
M1_MD25
M1_MD26
M1_MD27
M1_MD28
M1_MD29
M1_MD30
M1_MD31
M1_MD8
M1_MD9
M1_MD10
M1_MD11
M1_MD12
M1_MD13
M1_MD14
M1_MD15
M1_MD16
M1_MD17
M1_MD18
M1_MD19
M1_MD20
M1_MD21
M1_MD22
M1_MD23
M1_MD0
M1_MD1
M1_MD2
M1_MD3
M1_MD4
M1_MD5
M1_MD6
M1_MD7
C62
C59
C58
C56
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
V33S_PAD
V18S_C
V33S_PAD
V33S_PAD
22
RN9
1
2
3
4
M1_MDR28
M1_MDR29
M1_MDR30
M1_MDR31
M1_MDR24
M1_MDR25
M1_MDR26
M1_MDR27
2
M2_MDR28
M2_MDR29
M2_MDR30
M2_MDR31
M2_MDR16
M2_MDR17
M2_MDR18
M2_MDR19
RN16 22
M2_MD16 1
8
M2_MD17 2
7
M2_MD18 3
6
M2_MD19 4
5
M2_MDR24
M2_MDR25
M2_MDR26
M2_MDR27
M2_MDR4
M2_MDR5
M2_MDR6
M2_MDR7
RN15 22
M2_MD12 1
8
M2_MD13 2
7
M2_MD14 3
6
M2_MD15 4
5
RN19 22
M2_MD28 1
8
M2_MD29 2
7
M2_MD30 3
6
M2_MD31 4
5
M2_MDR0
M2_MDR1
M2_MDR2
M2_MDR3
RN14 22
M2_MD8 1
8
M2_MD9 2
7
M2_MD10 3
6
M2_MD11 4
5
RN18 22
M2_MD24 1
8
M2_MD25 2
7
M2_MD26 3
6
M2_MD27 4
5
M2_MDR12
M2_MDR13
M2_MDR14
M2_MDR15
RN13 22
M2_MD4 1
8
M2_MD5 2
7
M2_MD6 3
6
M2_MD7 4
5
M2_MDR20
M2_MDR21
M2_MDR22
M2_MDR23
M2_MDR8
M2_MDR9
M2_MDR10
M2_MDR11
RN12 22
M2_MD0 1
8
M2_MD1 2
7
M2_MD2 3
6
M2_MD3 4
5
RN17 22
M2_MD20 1
8
M2_MD21 2
7
M2_MD22 3
6
M2_MD23 4
5
22 J MC_RCS
22 J MC_RCKE
22 J MC_RRAS
22 J MC_RCLK
22 J MC_RCAS
22 J MC_RWE
MC_CS R74
MC_CKER76
MC_RASR78
MC_CLK R79
MC_CASR80
MC_WE R81
22 JM_MAR9
M_MAR7
M_MAR12
M_MAR8
M_MAR11
MA7
MA12
MA8
MA11
R73
RN11 22
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
MA9
RN10 22
1
8 M_MAR5
2
7 M_MAR0
3
6 M_MAR6
4
5 M_MAR10
MA5
MA0
MA6
MA10
8 M_MAR3
7 M_MAR2
6 M_MAR4
5 M_MAR1
8
7
6
5
MA3
MA2
MA4
MA1
8
7
6
5
22
22
RN8
M1_MD28 1
M1_MD29 2
M1_MD30 3
M1_MD31 4
8
7
6
5
22
RN7
M1_MD24 1
M1_MD25 2
M1_MD26 3
M1_MD27 4
RN6
M1_MD20 1
M1_MD21 2
M1_MD22 3
M1_MD23 4
M1_MDR20
M1_MDR21
M1_MDR22
M1_MDR23
M1_MDR16
M1_MDR17
M1_MDR18
M1_MDR19
22
RN5
M1_MD16 1
M1_MD17 2
M1_MD18 3
M1_MD19 4
8
7
6
5
8 M1_MDR4
7 M1_MDR5
6 M1_MDR6
5 M1_MDR7
8 M1_MDR0
7 M1_MDR1
6 M1_MDR2
5 M1_MDR3
22
RN3
M1_MD8 1
M1_MD9 2
M1_MD10 3
M1_MD11 4
22
M1_MDR12
M1_MDR13
M1_MDR14
M1_MDR15
8
7
6
5
22
RN2
M1_MD4 1
M1_MD5 2
M1_MD6 3
M1_MD7 4
RN4
M1_MD12 1
M1_MD13 2
M1_MD14 3
M1_MD15 4
8 M1_MDR8
7 M1_MDR9
6 M1_MDR10
5 M1_MDR11
22
RN1
M1_MD0 1
M1_MD1 2
M1_MD2 3
M1_MD3 4
2
shielding
shielding
shielding
OPEN/0.1U Z
C63
shielding
L4
Z220
MC_RCLK
MC_RCLK
V33_CUT
V33_CUT
+
MC_RCKE
MC_RWE
MC_RCAS
MC_RRAS
MC_RCS
M_MAR0
M_MAR1
M_MAR2
M_MAR3
M_MAR4
M_MAR5
M_MAR6
M_MAR7
M_MAR8
M_MAR9
M_MAR10
M_MAR11
M_MAR12
MC_RCKE
MC_RWE
MC_RCAS
MC_RRAS
MC_RCS
M_MAR0
M_MAR1
M_MAR2
M_MAR3
M_MAR4
M_MAR5
M_MAR6
M_MAR7
M_MAR8
M_MAR9
M_MAR10
M_MAR11
M_MAR12
C94
47U 25V
V33_MEM
MEMORY POWER
S c aler Diagram
1
2
38 240PW9 L CD
GNDB
BIN
GNDG
GIN
SOG
G NDR
RIN
0.1U Z
R67
R68
R69
4.7K J
4.7K J
4.7K J
0.1U Z
C38
M2_MD31
M2_MD30
M2_MD29
M2_MD28
M2_MD27
M2_MD26
M2_MD25
M2_MD24
0.1U Z
R71
4.7K J
0.1U Z
C37
TXE0TXE0+
TXE1TXE1+
TXE2TXE2+
TXECTXEC+
TXE3TXE3+
0.1U Z
C40
MC_CS
MC_CKE
MC_RAS
MC_CLK
MC_CAS
MC_WE
C39
MA3
MA2
MA4
MA1
MA5
MA0
MA6
MA10
MA7
MA12
MA8
MA11
MA9
C79
14
21
30
57
69
70
73
68
67
17
18
19
20
16
71
28
59
25
26
27
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
24
22
23
14
21
30
57
69
70
73
68
67
17
18
19
20
16
71
28
59
25
26
27
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
24
22
23
V33_MEM
V33_MEM
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
CLK
CKE
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
DQM0
DQM1
DQM2
DQM3
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
BA0
BA1
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
CLK
CKE
WE
CAS
RAS
CS
DQM0
DQM1
DQM2
DQM3
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
BA0
BA1
1
0.1U Z
EM638325TS-6G
U5
0.1U Z
C64
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
C80
0.1U Z
C65
TXE0-/ BR0N/ ABLU6
TXE0+/ BR0P/ ABLU7
TXE1-/ BR1N/ BRED0
TXE1+/ BR1P/ BRED1
TXE2-/ BR2N/ BRED2
TXE2+/ BR2P/ BRED3
TXEC-/ BR3N/ BRED4
TXEC+/ BR3P/ BRED5
TXE3-/ BG0N/ BRED6
TXE3+/ BG0P/ BRED7
PGND
PVCC
TXO0-/ BG1N/ BGRN0
TXO0+/ BG1P/ BGRN1
TXO1-/ BG2N/ BGRN2
TXO1+/ BG2P/ BGRN3
TXO2-/ BG3N/ BGRN4
TXO2+/ BG3P/ BGRN5
TXOC-/ BCLKN/ BGRN6
TXOC+/ BCLKP/ BGRN7
TXO3-/ BB0N/ BBLU0
TXO3+/ BB0P/ BBLU1
BB1N/ BBLU2
BB1P/ BBLU3
BB2N/ BBLU4
BB2P/ BBLU5
BB3N/ BBLU6
BB3P/ BBLU7
PVCC
PGND
VCCK
MA[3][4]/ VO0
MA[2][3]/ VO1
MA[4][5]/ VO2
MA[1][2]/ VO3
MA[5][6]/ VO4
MA[0][1]/ VO5
MA[6][7]/ VO6
MA[10][0]/ VO7
MA[7][8]/ VO8
MA[12][10]/ VO9
MA[8][9]/ VO10
MA[11][11]/ VO11
MA[9][X]/ VO12
PGND
PVCC
MC_CS/ VO13
MC_CKE/ VO14
MC_RAS/ VO15
MC_CLK/ VO16
MC_CAS/ VO17
MC_WE/ VO18
PLL_VDD
TMDS_TST/IRQ#
RX2P/RX0P
RX2N/RX0N
TMDS_REXT
RX1P
RX1N
TMDS_VDD
RX0P/RX2P
RX0N/RX2N
TMDS_GND
RXCP
RXCN
AVS0
AHS0
ADC_GND
BB+
GG+
SOG
RR+
ADC_VDD
DDCSCL1
DDCSDA1
MD[63]
MD[62]
MD[61]
MD[60]
MD[59]/V15
MD[58]/V14
MD[57]/V13
MD[56]/V12
VCCK
PGND
PVCC
MD[55]/V11
MD[54]/V10
MD[53]/V9
MD[52]/V8
MD[51]/V7/ PWM0
MD[50]/V6/ PWM1
MD[49]/V5/ PWM2
MD[48]/V4
PVCC
PGND
MD[47]/V3/ TCON[0][1]
MD[46]/V2/ TCON[4][5]
MD[45]/V1/ TCON[7][8]
MD[44]/V0/ TCON[10][9]
MD[43]/VCLK/ TCON[13][12]
M2_MD15
M2_MD14
M2_MD13
M2_MD12
M2_MD11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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23
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27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
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38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
M2_MD23
M2_MD22
M2_MD21
M2_MD20
M2_MD19
M2_MD18
M2_MD17
M2_MD16
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
C66
1
EM638325TS-6G
U7
0.1U Z
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
6
12
32
38
46
52
78
84
C81
0.1U Z
C41
0.1U Z
C42
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
6
12
32
38
46
52
78
84
0.1U Z
C67
3
9
35
41
49
55
75
81
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
0.1U Z
C43
0.1U Z
C44
3
9
35
41
49
55
75
81
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
C46
0.1U Z
C45
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
0.1U Z
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
DQ20
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
74
76
77
79
80
82
83
85
31
33
34
36
37
39
40
42
45
47
48
50
51
53
54
56
0.1U Z
M1_MDR0
M1_MDR1
M1_MDR2
M1_MDR3
M1_MDR4
M1_MDR5
M1_MDR6
M1_MDR7
M1_MDR8
M1_MDR9
M1_MDR10
M1_MDR11
M1_MDR12
M1_MDR13
M1_MDR14
M1_MDR15
M1_MDR16
M1_MDR17
M1_MDR18
M1_MDR19
M1_MDR20
M1_MDR21
M1_MDR22
M1_MDR23
M1_MDR24
M1_MDR25
M1_MDR26
M1_MDR27
M1_MDR28
M1_MDR29
M1_MDR30
M1_MDR31
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ16
DQ17
DQ18
DQ19
DQ20
DQ21
DQ22
DQ23
DQ24
DQ25
DQ26
DQ27
DQ28
DQ29
DQ30
DQ31
2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
74
76
77
79
80
82
83
85
31
33
34
36
37
39
40
42
45
47
48
50
51
53
54
56
M2_MDR0
M2_MDR1
M2_MDR2
M2_MDR3
M2_MDR4
M2_MDR5
M2_MDR6
M2_MDR7
M2_MDR8
M2_MDR9
M2_MDR10
M2_MDR11
M2_MDR12
M2_MDR13
M2_MDR14
M2_MDR15
M2_MDR16
M2_MDR17
M2_MDR18
M2_MDR19
M2_MDR20
M2_MDR21
M2_MDR22
M2_MDR23
M2_MDR24
M2_MDR25
M2_MDR26
M2_MDR27
M2_MDR28
M2_MDR29
M2_MDR30
M2_MDR31
0.1U Z
C71
C47
C68
C48
0.1U Z
C72
1
15
29
43
C69
C49
0.1U Z
C50
0.1U Z
C73
44
58
72
86
0.1U Z
C70
1
15
29
43
44
58
72
86
C51
0.1U Z
C74
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
0.1U Z
C52
0.1U Z
C75
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
A
B
C
D
C5
C5
R 69
C5
D5
R 68
R 67
L8
D5
L7
D1
L4
D5
D1
C 94
L6
B2
C 63
D5
D5
C 53
L5
D1
D1
C 44
C 45
D1
C 43
D1
D3
C 39
C 42
D3
C 38
D1
D4
C 37
C 41
D5
C 54
D3
D5
C 36
C 40
D5
C 35
R N7
C 81
C 80
C 79
C 78
C 77
C 76
C 75
C 74
C 73
C 72
C 71
C 70
C 69
C 68
C 67
C 66
C 65
C 64
C 62
C 61
C 60
C 59
C2
B3
B4
B3
B3
B4
B4
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B1
B3
C4
C4
C3
R 81
R 80
R 79
C 58
C 57
C 56
C 55
C 52
C 51
C 50
C 49
C 48
C 47
C 46
U6
U5 U7
R N5
R N4
R N3
R N2
R N1
R 84
R 137
B2
B2
B2
C3
C4
C2
C2
C4
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
C3
C1
C2
D2
D2
D2
D2
B4
C4
R N17
R N16
R N15
R N14
R 82
R 77
R 75
R N18
R N13
R N12
R N11
R N10
R N9
R N8
R N19
R 78
R 76
R 74
R 73
R 83
R 71
A2
B2
B2
B2
B4
B5
B5
A2
B2
B2
B2
C2
C2
C2
A2
B2
B2
B2
B2
B4
B4
Scaler Diagram
240PW9 LCD 39
40 240PW9 LCD
Scaler Diagram
Power Diagram
240PW9 LCD 41
42 240PW9 LCD
Power Diagram
Power Diagram
240PW9 LCD 43
44 240PW9 LCD
Power Diagram
Power Diagram
240PW9 LCD 45
46 240PW9 LCD
Power Diagram
A
B
C
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
TP5
A
BLUE
LED1
HOLE-V8
6
7
8
9
HOLE-V8
H3
2
3
4
5
5
Key use 6B.40100.021;
ZD use
H2
HOLE-V8
2
3
4
5
H1
6
2
8
9
7
1
3
4
5
Screw Holes
Check if 5 pin and pitch is 1mm;
2KK2088005
G2
5
4
3
2
1
G1
5
1
D
G2
5
4
3
2
1
G1
J1
1
K
6
7
8
9
10K J
47K J
1K J
10K J
R3
R4
R5
R6
4
10K J
1K J
R1
R2
4
C1
0.1U Z
C2
0.1U Z
C5
0.1U Z
3
C6
0.1U Z
KEY_AUTO
KEY_LEFT
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_ENTER
KEY_SmartImage
C3
C4
0.1U Z 0.1U Z
3
PW_SW
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
6B40100021
3
1
SW6
6B40100021
3
1
6B40100021
SW5
3
1
6B40100021
SW4
3
1
6B40100021
SW3
3
1
6B40100021
SW2
3
1
SW1
C ontrol Diagram
2
2
OP7
OP4
OP1
OP5
OP2
Optical Points
1
1
OP6
OP3
A
B
C
D
SW6
SW5
SW4
SW3
SW2
SW1
R4
R5
R2
C3
C3
C3
D3
D3
D3
D4
D4
D4
D4
D4
R3
R6
D4
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R1
240PW 9 L CD
48 240PW9 LCD
Control Diagram
A
B
C
D
5
5
OP1
J1
4
3
2
1
4 TP1
3 TP2
2
1 TP3
2K62095104
OP2
4
4
OP3
OP4
K
OP5
A
3
U1
BLUE
3
OP6
U2
BLUE
OP7
L E D Diagram
K
A
2
2
1
1
evCo
A
B
C
D
U1
C3
240PW 9 L CD
49
50 240PW9 LCD
LED Diagram
2
1
2
4
3
DATA+
G ND
3
4
3
4
5
v
D
1
V CC
D
2
DATAVCC
A
C
C8
0.1U K
G ND
DATA+
DATAV CC
5
C
4
3
2
1
4
B
1
GND
DATA+
DATAVCC
2BC0040011
G1
G2
J1
2B10218201
3
B
G1
J2
G4
G4
G2
2
US B Diagram & C .B .A
G5
G5
A
1
G3
G3
G2
G2
G1
G1
51
J 2:A1
J 1:A2
240P W9 L CD
52 240P W9 L CD
2
1
2
3
4
2K62244104
1
2
3
4
CN2
3
4
5
D
TP5
TP6
TP7
TP8
A
D
ROUTROUT+
2B10254121
M1
5
C
LOUT+
LOUT-
AUDIO_GND
3
5
4
2
1
4
C
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2K61185108
CN1
TP3
TP4
TP1
TP2
3
B
Ping Assignment
1 - HP_R
2 - HP_SE
3 - HP_L
4 - GND
5 - ROUT6 - ROUT+
7 - LOUT+
8 - LOUT-
2
B
A
1
US B Diagram & C .B .A
C N1:A1
M1:A3
C N2:B 3
USB Diagram
240PW9 LCD 53
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General Product Specification
HUDSON 9- 240ˣW9
GENERAL PRODUCT
SPECIFICATION
Issued by: Mark Chan/Argent Chan
Revision History
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Ver.
Date (yy.mm.dd) Author
Brief Description
0.1
2008-05-08
Mark Chan
Initial version
0.2
2008-06-11
Mark Chan
Updated
0.3
2008 Jul 18
Argent
Updated ME request
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General Product Specificationʳ
. DSUB x 1 + DVI-D x1 INPUTS
. AUTO PICTURE ADJUSTMENT
. 15 (1920x1200 193MHz should be able to display in VGA) FACTORY PRESET MODES
AND 53 PRESET MODES WHICH CAN BE RECOVERED TO PRESET MODES, 16 USER
MODES
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. MAX. RESOLUTION 1920 x 1200 NON-INTERLACED AT 60 HZ
. 24”W 1920x1200 16:10 COLOR TFT LCD FLAT PANEL
. FULL RANGE POWER SUPPLY 90 – 264 VAC/50&60Hz
. CE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
. ANTI-GLARE TO REDUCE LIGHT REFLECTION
. POWER MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY
. SOG SUPPORT
. TCO’03 for WW models / non-TCO for China model. (Waitting for supplier input)
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.HDCP support for DVI inputs
.POWER ON PHILIPS LOGO REQUIREMENT
.WEEE REQUIREMENT
.RoHS REQUIREMENT
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General Product Specification
CONTENTS
1
FOREWORD .............................................................................................................................. 59
2
PRODUCT PROFILE .................................................................................................................. 59
3
2.1
LCD ................................................................................................................................... 59
2.2
SCANNING FREQUENCIES ...................................................................................................... 59
2.3
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE: 0 °C - 40°C .................................................................................. 60
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS............................................................................................ 61
3.1
INTERFACE SIGNALS .............................................................................................................. 61
3.2
INTERFACE ......................................................................................................................... 61
3.3 TIMING REQUIREMENT ................................................................................................................ 63
3.4
HORIZONTAL SCANNING......................................................................................................... 64
3.5
VERTICAL SCANNING ......................................................................................................... 64
3.6
POWER INPUT CONNECTION .................................................................................................. 65
3.7
POWER MANAGEMENT .......................................................................................................... 65
3.8
ANALOG DISPLAY IDENTIFICATION ........................................................................................ 65
3.9
DVI- D DISPLAY IDENTIFICATION........................................................................................... 65
3.10
USB PLUG SUPPORT .............................................................................................................. 65
3.11
DDC /CI SUPPORT .............................................................................................................. 65
3.12
EDID ................................................................................................................................... 66
3.13
HOT-KEY DEFINITION ............................................................................................................. 66
3.14
SMART BRIGHT --DYNAMIC BRIGHTNESS CONTROL (DBC) (NOT REQUIRED FOR
240BW8 )....................................................................................................................................... 66
4
3.15
SMART CONTRAST (DYNAMIC CONTRAST RATIO).................................................................... 66
3.16
SMART IMAGE ( NOT REQUIRED FOR 240BW8 ) ................................................................ 66
3.17
SMART RESPONSE ( NOT REQUIRED FOR 240BW8 ).......................................................... 70
VISUAL CHARACTERISTICS .............................................................................................. 70
4.1
TEST CONDITIONS .............................................................................................................. 70
4.2
BRIGHTNESS ......................................................................................................................... 71
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4.3
IMAGE SIZE........................................................................................................................... 71
4.4
BRIGHTNESS UNIFORMITY ....................................................................................................... 71
4.5
CHECK CROSS TALK (S) ....................................................................................................... 71
4.6
WHITE COLOR ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................... 71
5
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS.................................................................................. 72
5.1
COSMETIC - ........................................................................................................................ 72
5.2
MECHANICAL DATA FILES - ............................................................................................... 73
5.3
LOCATION OF PHILIPS LOGO - ........................................................................................... 73
5.4
GAP BETWEEN PANEL AND FRONT BEZEL .......................................................................... 73
5.5
LOCATION OF CONTROL ICONS -........................................................................................ 73
5.6
COLOR FOR RESIN/PAINT –................................................................................................. 73
5.7
FIRE ENCLOSURE REQUEST-............................................................................................... 73
5.8
RESINS ................................................................................................................................ 73
5.9
IF PAINT IS USED ................................................................................................................. 73
5.10
PLASTIC MOLD TOOLING .................................................................................................... 73
5.11
PLASTICS FLAMMABILITY .................................................................................................. 73
5.12
TEXTURE/GLOSSING OF HOUSING ...................................................................................... 74
5.13
TILT AND SWIVEL BASE ...................................................................................................... 74
5.14
KENSINGTON LOCK............................................................................................................ 74
5.15
LABEL ................................................................................................................................ 74
5.16
PRODUCT DIMENSION / WEIGHT ( REFER TO PHILIPS APPROVED SHT 191/SHT560 )...... 74
5.17
TRANSPORTATION .............................................................................................................. 75
5.18
PALLET / CONTAINER LOADING (REFER TO PHILIPS APPROVED SHT 560)....................... 75
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ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS .......................................................................... 76
6.1
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT.............................................. 76
6.2
TRANSPORTATION TESTS ................................................................................................... 77
6.3
DISPLAY DISTURBANCES FROM EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT ............................................... 77
6.4
DISPLAY DISTURBANCES TO EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT .................................................... 77
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RELIABILITY.......................................................................................................................... 77
7.1
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MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURES ...................................................................................... 77
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General Product Specification
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QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................ 77
8.1
9
ACCEPTANCE TEST ............................................................................................................. 77
PHILIPS’ FLAT PANEL MONITORS PIXEL DEFECT POLICY ................................................... 78
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General Product Specificationʳ
1
FOREWORD
This specification describes a 24"W WUXGA multi-scan color TFT LCD
monitor with maximum resolution up to 1920 x 1200 /60 Hz non-interlaced.
All optical characteristics (including WHITE-D, Brightness, and so on) are
determined according to panel specification after warming up
approximate 30 minutes that brightness stability is optimal, and follow
strictly after panel specification.
2
PRODUCT PROFILE
This display monitor unit is a color display monitor enclosed in PHILIPS
styling cabinet which has an integrated tilt / high adjustment base.
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Type: IPS
Suppliers to offer the panel specification.
Panel incoming specification: Follow Philips’ specification.
LPL
Type NR.
: LPL LM240WU4-SLA1
Resolution
: 1920x1200 (WUXGA)
Outside dimensions
: 546.4 (H) x 352 (V) x 40.3 (D)
Pitch ( mm )
: 0.27
Color pixel arrangement : RGB vertical stripes
Display surface
: Hard-coating(3H), anti-glare treatment of the front polarizer
Color depth
: 16.7 M colors
Backlight
: U-Shape 7 CCFL
Active area(WxH)
: 51 .4(H) x 324(V)
View angle (CR>10)
: 17 /17 (typ) for H/V
Contrast ratio
: 1000:1 (typ)
White luminance
: 400 (typ)
Color gamut
: 102%
Gate IC
: Magna
Source IC
: Magna
Response time
: 5 ms(typ)
2.2
Scanning frequencies
Hor. : 24 – 94 K Hz
Ver.: 48 - 85 Hz
Video dot rate: 210MHz for VGA and 170 for DVI
Power input: 90-264 V AC, 50/60 ± 2 Hz
Power consumption: < 90 W/ after 30mins, meet EPA tier 2
requirement
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General Product Specification
Functions:
(1) D-SUB analog R/G/B separate inputs, H/V sync separated, Composite
(H+V) TTL level, SOG sync
(2) DVI digital Panel Link TMDS inputs
2.3
Ambient temperature: 0 °C - 40°C
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General Product Specificationʳ
3
Electrical characteristics
3.1
Interface signals
1). D-Sub Analog
Input signal : Video, Hsync., Vsync
Video : 0.7 Vp-p, input impedance, 75 ohm @DC
Sync. : Separate sync
TTL level , input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate
Hsync Positive/Negative
Vsync Positive/Negative
Composite sync TTL level, input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate
(Positive/Negative)
Sync on green video 0.3 Vp-p Negative (Video 0.7 Vp-p Positive)
2). DVI-D Digital
Input signal: Single TMDS link (Three channels: RX0-/+, RX1-/+, RX2-/+)
3). Audio
Input signal: 1000 mVrms
Loudspeaker (Impedance: 16 Ohm +/-15%): 2W+ 2W stereo for RMS Power
Frequency range: 450Hz - 20KHz
Headphone connection will mute speakers
4). USB PLUG 2.0 ( Not required in 240BW )
Input signal: Upstream input (VBUS, D+, D-, GND) via USB-B receptacle.
Output signal: Downstream output (VBUS, D+, D-, GND) through USB-A receptacle
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Length
Connector type
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: D-Sub male with DDC2B pin assignments.
Blue connector thumb-operated jack screws
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General Product Specification
pin assignment :
PIN No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
3.2.2
SIGNAL
Red
Green/ SOG
Blue
Sense (GND)
Cable Detect (GND)
Red GND
Green GND
Blue GND
DDC +3.3V or +5V
Logic GND
Sense (GND)
Bi-directional data
H/H+V sync
V-sync
Data clock
DVI Cable
The input signals are applied to the display through DVI-D cable.
Length.
: 1. M +/- 50 mm
Connector type.
: DVI-D male with DDC-2B pin assignments
White connector thumb-operated jackscrews
Pin Assignment:
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
Description
T.M.D.S. data2T.M.D.S. data2+
T.M.D.S. data2 shield
No Connect
No Connect
DDC clock
DDC data
No Connect
T.M.D.S. data1T.M.D.S. data1+
T.M.D.S. data1 shield
No Connect
No Connect
+5V Power
Ground (for +5V) – Cable detect
Hot plug detect
T.M.D.S. data0T.M.D.S. data0+
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General Product Specificationʳ
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20
21
22
23
24
3.2.3
Audio Cable
Length
Connector type
T.M.D.S. data0 shield
No Connect
No Connect
T.M.D.S clock shield
T.M.D.S. clock+
T.M.D.S. clock-
: 1. M +/- 50 mm
: 3.5-mini jack with Lemon green color on the both end heads.
Sliver & Black model: Black cable.
T color model: white cable.
3.3 Timing requirement
˙˴˶̇̂̅̌ʳˣ̅˸̆˸̇ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ˷˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳˍʳʳ
˙˴˶̇̂̅̌ʳˣ̅˸̆˸̇ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ˷˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳˍʳʳ
˄ˁ ˣ˸̅˹˸˶̇ʳ˙ˢ˦ʳʻ˸̋˶˸̃̇ʳˣ˛˔˦˘ʼʳ̊˻˼˿˸ʳ̃̅˸̆˸́̇˼́˺ʳ˴˿˿ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ̇˼̀˼́˺̆ˁʳ
˅ˁ ˥˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ̇˼̀˼́˺̆ʳ́˸˸˷ʳ̇̂ʳ˵˸ʳ̆̃˸˶˼˹˼˸˷ʳ˼́ʳ˨̆˸̅ʺ̆ʳˠ˴́̈˴˿ʳ
ʳʳʳʳʳʳˣ̅˸̆˸̇ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ˷˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳˍ
ˣ̅˸̆˸̇ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ˷˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳˍʳʳ
ˣ̅˸̆˸̇ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ˷˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳˍ
˄ˁ ˡ˸˸˷ʳ̇̂ʳ̆̈̃̃̂̅̇ʳ̇˻̂̆˸ʳ̇˼̀˼́˺̆ˁʳ
˅ˁ ˣ˸̅˹˸˶̇ʳ˙ˢ˦ʳ˴˹̇˸̅ʳ˴̈̇̂ʳ˴˷˽̈̆̇̀˸́̇ˁʳ
ʳʳʳʳʳʳʳ˨̆˸̅ʳ̀̂˷˸
ʳʳ˨̆˸̅ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ
ʳʳ˨̆˸̅ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ
˄ˁ ˖˴́ʳ̆˴̉˸ʳ̇˻̂̆˸ʳ̇˼̀˼́˺ʳ̇˻˴̇ʳ́̂̇ʳ˼́ʳˣ̅˸̆˸̇ʳ̀̂˷˸ʳ˴́˷ʳ˶˴́ʳ˵˸ʳ̆˻̂̊˸˷ʳʻ́̂̇ʳ̂̉˸̅ʳ̆˶˴˿˴̅ʳ̂̅ʳˣ˴́˸˿ʳ
̆̃˸˶ˁʼʳ
˅ˁ ˜̇ʳ́˸˸˷̆ʳ̇̂ʳ̅˸̆˸̅̉˸ʳ̇˻˸ʳ˄˃ʳ̇˼̀˼́˺̆ʳ̆̃˴˶˸ʳ˼́ʳ̀˸̀̂̅̌ʳ̆˼̍˸ˁʳ
ʳ
ˆˁˆˁ˄ʳˠ̂˷˸ʳ̆̇̂̅˼́˺ʳ˶˴̃˴˶˼̇̌ʳ
ˆˁˆˁ˄ʳˠ̂˷˸ʳ̆̇̂̅˼́˺ʳ˶˴̃˴˶˼̇̌ʳ
Factory preset modes
Preset modes
User define modes
Note:
1.
2.
: 15
: 53
: 16 ( waiting for supplier input)
Screen displays perfect picture at 15 factory-preset modes.
Screen displays visible picture with OSD warning when input modes are the
51 preset modes
3.2.5 Factory preset modes (15 modes)
Factory modes and preset modes are defined in the enclosed timing table file
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Video timing mode (internal firmware support) ,
60Hz: 480p/720p/1080i/1080p
50Hz: 576p/720p/1080i/1080p
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General Product Specification
3.3 OSD behavior
Please refer to following Hudson9 OSD definitions, if any deviation, then refer to PVT Exit
sample.
ITEM
1
OSD DEFINITIONS
˛̈˷̆̂́ʳˋʳˢ˦˗ʳ
˗˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳˀʳ̉˄ˇˁ˷̂˶
2
OSD LANGUAGES
Reset No:
Exit
Yes: Auto adjustment for
displaying timing mode and
recall factory preset
LANGUAGES
˛ˌʳˢ˦˗ʳ̇̅˴́̆˿˴̇˼̂́ʳˀʳ
˅˃˃ˋ˃ˈ˄ˉʳˀʳ˙˼́˴˿ˁ̋˿̆
3
OSD TREE
˕̈̇̇̂́ʳ˷˸˹˼́˼̇˼̂́ʳ˲ʳ
˅˃˃ˋ˃ˉ˄ˌˁ̋˿̆
4
POWER ON LOGO
˅ˇ˪˲˄ˌ˅˃̋˄˅˃˃˲́˸
̊ˁ̍˼̃
Power On Logo: Power On
Show up Philips logo 3
seconds
Change to input signal.
This picture is reference
only. The official drawing
will send out by PM.
5
Audio Selection
3.4
Stand-alone – On:
Isolate video and audio
control input
Stand-alone – Off:
Integrate video and
audio control input
Mute – On: Turn off audio
Mute – Off: Turn on audio
Horizontal scanning
Sync polarity
: Positive or Negative
Scanning frequency
: 24 – 94 K Hz
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˩˸̅̇˼˶˴˿ʳ̆˶˴́́˼́˺ʳ
˩˸̅̇˼˶˴˿ʳ̆˶˴́́˼́˺ʳ
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Sync polarity
: Positive or Negative
Scanning frequency
: 48 - 85Hz
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General Product Specificationʳ
3.6
Power input connection
Power cord length
Power cord type
3.7
: 1.8 M
: 3 leads power cord with protective earth plug.
Power management
The monitor must comply with the Microsoft On Now specification, and
meet EPA requirements.
Mode
Power-On
HSYNC VSYNC
On
On
Video
Pwr-cons.
Indication
Rec. time
active
90W typical
Blue LED
--
(After 30 mins)
Off
Off
DC Power Off
3.8
Off
blanked
N/A
<1W
Blue LED
(<110V)
Blinking
<2W
3 sec on,
(<220V)
3sec off
<1W
LED Off
<3s
Analog Display identification
In accordance with VESA Display Channel Standard Ver.1.0 and DDC 2B
capability
3.9
DVI- D Display identification
In accordance with DVI requirement (DDWG digital Visual Interface
revision 1.0)
use DDC-2B, DDC/CI, and EDID V1.3
3.10
USB Plug support
Connect the upstream port of the monitor to host PC’s USB port via USB
cable,
Then attach external device to the downstream port of the monitor.
Check if the device can work properly.
3.11
DDC /CI Support
In accordance with VESA DDC/CI and MCCS ver.2.0, the monitor should
be workable with Protrait Display Tune at least.
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ˉˉʳʳʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳ
General Product Specification
3.12 EDID
Data for EDID & .inf file
1 User visible strings on .inf file
2 Manufacturer ID ( EDID data)
3 Product ID, "xxxx" 4 codes
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4 maximum resolution
5 Horizontal Frequency Range
6 Vertical Frequency Range
7 Monitor Name (13 characteries max.)
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Philips 240PW (24inch Wide LCD MONITOR 240PW9)
PHL
MSB(byte 12): 08
LSB (byte 11): 73
1920x1200
24~94 KHz
48~85Hz
Philips 240PW
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3.13 Hot-key definition
Any deviation, then refer to PVT Exit sample.
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˦̀˴̅̇ʳ˕̅˼˺˻̇ʳ
˦̀˴̅̇ʳ˕̅˼˺˻̇ʳˀˀ
̇ʳ˕̅˼˺˻̇ʳˀˀ˗̌́˴̀˼˶ʳ˕̅˼˺˻̇́˸̆̆ʳ˖̂́̇̅̂˿ʳʻ˗˕˖ʼ
ˀˀ˗̌́˴̀˼˶ʳ˕̅˼˺˻̇́˸̆̆ʳ˖̂́̇̅̂˿ʳʻ˗˕˖ʼʳ
˗̌́˴̀˼˶ʳ˕̅˼˺˻̇́˸̆̆ʳ˖̂́̇̅̂˿ʳʻ˗˕˖ʼʳʻˡ̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳ
ʻˡ̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳʼ
˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳʼʳ
˗˖˥ʳ˶̂́̇̅̂˿˿˸˷ʳ˵̌ʳ˦˶˴˿˸̅ʳʳ
DCR function ON , contrast Њ 2X original contrast specification.
3.15 Smart contrast (Dynamic contrast ratio)
Smart Contrast is a kind of dynamic backlight control.
This function changes
the panel backlight dynamically according to the frame brightness
histogram.
The contrast ratio is 3000:1 (typical). (if require panel spec 1000:1)
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˦̀˴̅̇ʳ˼̀˴˺˸
˦̀˴̅̇ʳ˼̀˴˺˸ʳʻʳˡ̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪
˼̀˴˺˸ʳʻʳˡ̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳʼ
ʳʻʳˡ̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳʼʳ
ˋʳʼʳ
3.16.1
Smart Image OSD outlook
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3.16.1.1 Position
Pressing the “Smart Image” button, the position is in the bottom center of the
screen.
ʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳʳˉˊʳ
General Product Specificationʳ
3.16.1.2 Smart Image Logo & Banner
As design to keep the LightFrame logo at header but change the name to
“SmartImage” with bitmap format.
3.16.1.3 Icon of each profile
Each profile will use text instead of icon & text before, refer to 240BW8
MS&GS.
3.16.1.4 User Operation Procedure
A. 5 different modes are switched to next in the sequence from 1 to 5 then back
to 1 while pressing this button: 1) Office Work 2) Image Viewing 3) Entertainment
4) Economic Economy 5) Off. The default setting is ‘Off”.
B. The FOS optimization will be changed in real time by which profile to be
scrolled, users don’t need to confirm to enable.
C. The Smart Image OSD will remain on screen for 5 seconds after user last action.
Or user can also press [MENU] to close the Smart Image OSD immediately.
D. Except using [MENU] button to scroll down profile. If Smart Image OSD already
launched onscreen. User is allowed to use up/down key to choose profile and
press [MENU] to confirm selection and close the Smart Image OSD.
E. If the model has multiple inputs including VGA and DVI, each input has their
own set of profiles. When user switch input, the profile to be applied will also
change.
F. Each input can memorize their individual “Smart Image” profile status.
For example, Smart Image is on with “Office” profile at VGA input, when
switch to DVI input, the Smart Image will revert to previous profile of DVI.
In the input switching process the “Smart Image” OSD will also show up to present
which profile is selected if “Smart Image” is enabled at that input.
The Smart Image status will also be stored after the monitor is resumed from AC
on/off or power switch on/off.
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ˉˋʳʳʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳ
General Product Specification
3.16.1.5 Linkage between Smart Image OSD and main OSD
A. Settings within main OSD have linkage with Smart Image OSD.
i.
Brightness
ii. Contrast
iii. Color Temperature
B. Because each preset profiles will define default setting of these 3 parameters.
Users can understand what is the value of that in preset profile by open the
main OSD.
C. When any SmartImage Lite profile had been enabled. The parameters in main
OSD are still available for user to adjust. But these adjustments are temporary only.
If users switch to another profile and then go back. The setting in main OSD will
show preset values of that SmartImage profile enabled.
3.16.1.6 Profile Definitions (system integrators to input at design stages)
A. Office Work
i.
Purpose: Design for general office application, like word
processing, Spreadsheet and email. The screen is dominated
by text.
ii. Enhancement point:
1. A little sharpness for increasing the details of e.g. an excel
grid.
No other type of enhancement as it won't bring value.
2. Color temperature remains in 6500°K.
3. Brightness level should be 70%.
4. Smart Response set to “Off”.
5. Smart Contrast set to “Off”.
B. Entertainment
i. Purpose: Design for video application, Like Microsoft Media Player
or Real Player. The screen is dominated by video.
ii. Enhancement Point:
ʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳʳˉˌʳ
General Product Specificationʳ
1. Dynamic contrast enhancement by histogram analysis
(DLC) should be implemented.
2. Sharpness enhanced 90%.
3. Color enhancement set as the same with Video.
4. Color temperature set to 7500° (Based on final PQ settings)
(if higher)
5. Brightness level sets to maximum.
6. SmartResponse set to “High”.(N/A for this model)
7. Gamma Table turn off to achieve
8. Fastest response time. (N/A for this model)
9. Smart Contrast set to “On”
C. Image Viewing
i. Purpose: Design for image viewing application, especially in slide
show. The screen is dominated by picture. Powerpoint
presentation could use this profile also.
ii. Enhancement Point:
1. Dynamic contrast enhancement by histogram analysis
(DLC) should be off.
2. Sharpness and color to be enhanced 75%.
3. Color temperature 6500°K
4. Brightness level sets to maximum.
5. Smart Response set to “Off”. (N/A for this model)
6. Smart Contrast set to “Off”.
D. Economy
i. Purpose: Adjust brightness level for reducing power consumptions
ii. No optimization by Smart Image.
iii. Design:
1. Brightness level set to 70%, a little higher brightness level
than laptop PC, fine tune brightness level before DVT exit.
2. Color temperature set to 6500K.
3. Gamma Table is turn on.
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ˊ˃ʳʳʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳ
General Product Specification
E. Off
i. Purpose: No optimization by SmartImage.
ii. Design:
1. This will follow user OSD setting. If any change by user, it will be
saved. When switch back from other SmartImage profiles, it will go
back to last saved setting.
2. Gamma Table is turn on to reduce bad color tracking.
3.16.1.7 Demo mode
A. Purpose: Built-in demo mode for sales in-store demo.
B. Design:
i. Dynamically split screen to 2 vertical frames with one vertical white line. The line
width is 2 pixels. The left frame will be enhanced by SmartImage and right frame
remains original performance.
ii. There is OSD showing “SmartImage On” in left frame and “SmartImage Off ” in
right frame.
iii. The OSD word color is white with transparent background.
C. The demo profile will be “entertainment profile setting.
D. Hot keys to trigger:
Press [SmartImage] 3 seconds or more to trigger the demo mode.
When demo mode is On, press 3 seconds or more to turn off the demo mode.
When the demo mode is enabled, the blue LED will flash until demo mode disabled.(N/A for this
model)
ˆˁ˄ˊ
˦̀˴̅̇ʳ˥˸̆̃̂́̆˸ʳʳʻ
˦̀˴̅̇ʳ˥˸̆̃̂́̆˸ʳʳʻʳ
ʳʻʳˡ̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳ
̂̇ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳ˹̂̅ʳ˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳʼ
˅ˇ˃˕˪ˋʳʼʳ
Gray to Gray Response time : ?ms (max.)
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ˇˁ˄
˩˼̆̈˴˿ʳ˶˻˴̅˴˶̇˸̅˼̆̇˼˶̆ʳ
˩˼̆̈˴˿ʳ˶˻˴̅˴˶̇˸̅˼̆̇˼˶̆ʳ
˧˸̆̇ʳ˶̂́˷˼̇˼̂́̆ʳ
˸̆̇ʳ˶̂́˷˼̇˼̂́̆ʳ
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Unless otherwise specified, this specification is defined
under the following conditions.
(1) Input signal
: As defined in , 1920 x 1200
ʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳʳˊ˄ʳ
General Product Specificationʳ
non-interlaced mode (1920 x 1200@75Hz) (1920 x 1200@60Hz),
signal sources must have 75 ohm output impedance.
(2) Luminance setting
: controls to be set to 300 nits (typical) 250 nits (typical) with
full screen 100 % duty cycle white signal
(3) Warm up: more than 30 minutes after power on with signal supplied.
(4) Ambient light: 400 -- 600 lux.
(5) Ambient temperature: 20 ± 5 °C
4.2
Brightness
To follow Panel specification.
4.3
Image size
Actual display size
4.4
ˈ˄ˋˁˇʳ̋ʳˆ˅ˇʳmm
Brightness uniformity
Set contrast at 100% and turn the brightness at 100%.
Apply the Fig 1, it should comply with the following formula:
B_min
X 100% >75%
B_max
Where B_max =Maximum brightness
B_min = Minimum brightness
4.5
Check Cross talk (S)
Apply Pattern 2. Set contrast and brightness at 100 %.
Measure YA. Then output Pattern 3 and measure YB.
the cross talk value :
ABS ( YA - YB )
⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ X 100% < 1.5 %
YA
4.6
White color adjustment
There are three factory preset white color 9300K, 6500K, sRGB
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ˊ˅ʳʳʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳ
General Product Specification
Apply full gray64 pattern, with brightness in 100 % position and the
contrast control at 50 % position.
The 1931 CIE Chromaticity (color triangle) diagram (x ,y) coordinate for
the screen center should be:
There are three factory preset white color 9300K, 6500K, sRGB.
Apply full white pattern, with brightness in 100 % position
and the contrast control at 50 % position.
The 1931 CIE Chromaticity (color triangle) diagram (x,y)
coordinate for the screen center should be:
Product spec.
9300K CIE coordinates
X = 0.2 3 ± 0.02
Y = 0.297 ± 0.02
6500K/ sRGB CIE coordinates
X = 0.313 ± 0.02
Y = 0.329 ± 0.02
sRGB CIE coordinates
X = 0.313 ± 0.02
Y = 0.329 ± 0.02
Production alignment spec.
9300K CIE coordinates
X = 0.2 3 ± 0.006
Y = 0.297 ± 0.006
6500K/ sRGB CIE coordinates
X = 0.313 ± 0.006
Y = 0.329 ± 0.006
sRGB CIE coordinates
X = 0.313 ± 0.006
Y = 0.329 ± 0.006
Quality Inspection spec.
9300K CIE coordinates
5
6500K/ sRGB CIE coordinates
X = 0.313 ± 0.015
Y = 0.329 ± 0.015
sRGB CIE coordinates
X = 0.313 ± 0.015
Y = 0.329 ± 0.015
Mechanical characteristics
5.1
X = 0.2 3 ± 0.015
Y = 0.297 ± 0.015
Cosmetic ˣ˻˼˿˼̃̆ʳ˜˗ʳʳʳ
ʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳʳˊˆʳ
General Product Specificationʳ
5.2
Mechanical data files ˣ̅̂˘ʳ˹˼˿˸̆ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸˷ʳʳ
5.3
Location of Philips logo ˣ˸̅ʳˣ˻˼˿˼̃̆ʳ̀˴˾˸ˀ̈̃ʳ̆˻˸˸̇ʳ
5.4
Gap between panel and front bezel
ˏʳ˄ˁˇ̀̀ʳʻ˧̌̃ˁʼʳʳ
5.5
Location of Control icons ˣ˸̅ʳˣ˻˼˿˼̃̆ʳ˚̅˴̃˻˼˶ʳ̆˻˸˸̇ʳ
5.6
Color for resin/paint –
ˣ˸̅ʳˣ˻˼˿˼̃̆ʳ̀˴˾˸ˀ̈̃ʳ̆˻˸˸̇ʳ
5.7
Fire enclosure request˦˻˼˸˿˷˼́˺ʳ˖̂̉˸̅ʳ̆˻̂̈˿˷ʳ˹̈˿˹˼˿˿ʳ˼́̇˸̅́˴̇˼̂́˴˿ʳ̆̇˴́˷˴̅˷ʳʳ
5.8
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Resins
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RoHS required
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WEEE required.
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Resin type/selection refer to Project Book Section 7.2 Plastic material.
5.9
If paint is used
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RoHS required
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WEEE require
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If new painting type need to implement, refer to UN-D 1235.
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5.10
Plastic mold tooling
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Tooling to be designed to minimize cosmetic defects induced by molding process (sink,
blush, weld lines, gate marks, ejector marks, etc.). Refer to “TYV61-90007”.
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Painting to cover up cosmetic defects due to molding is strongly discouraged. ʳ
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China RoHS mark requested.ʳ
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5.11
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Plastics flammability
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All Plastics to be Flame Retardant UL 94-HB or Better.
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Base / Pedestal to be Flame Retardant UL 94-HB.
ˊˇʳʳʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳ
General Product Specification
• All major plastic parts (bezel, back cover) need to be molded from same resin.
• Plastic resin type selection should be referred to “plastic-Philips Pool monitor”.
5.12
Texture/Glossing of housing
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The texture area and texture no should follow Philips make-up sheet.
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The exterior surfaces shall have a uniform texture.
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Philips must approve the mold texturing.
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Detail document for texture refer to “UN-D249”, “UN-D 600”.
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< = 20 gloss units
5.13
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Tilt and swivel base
Tilt angle
:
-3.5 ° + 1.5/- 1.5 ° (forward)
+21.5 °+ 1.5/- 1.5 ° (backward)
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Swivel angle : ̈́ʳˇˈ̓
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High Adjustment : total 130mm
•
Portrait Display : 0̓~90̓ ( CW direction )
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5.14
Kensington Lock
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• Must meet Kensington_slot.spec “TYE-M0004”.
• MMD request metal plate in Kensington hole.
5.15
Label
•
Regulatory label / Carton label should follow Philips requirement.
•
China RoHS label
•
Detail document refer to Philips Engineering Reference Book.
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5.16 Product dimension / Weight ( Refer to Philips approved SHT 191/SHT560 )
• Unit dimension : ˈˈˋˁˉʳ̋ʳˇˆˇˁˋˊʳ̋ʳ˅˅˃ʳ̀̀
• Packed unit dimension: ˊˈˆʽˇˌ˃ʽ˅ˊˊʳ̀̀
• Net weight : ˋˁ˄˅ʳ˞˺
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General Product Specificationʳ
• Gross weight : ˄˃ʳ˞˺
5.17
Transportation
Transportation standards refer to UAN-D1534/00/01/02.
5.17.1 Transportation packages
• Net weight Packaging and wrapping shall be sufficient to protect the product against
damage
or loss during shipment from the supplier to the destination specified in the purchase
order.
All packaging materials are subject to test and evaluation per UAN-D1534/00/01/02.
• The cushion material shall be constructed using EPS material.
• The doggy hole is requested.
5.17.2 Transportation Test
Overall tests refer to UAN-D1534/00/01/02.
Vibration, drop test should be performed at ambient temperature (20°C to 23oC) and
relative humidity (40% to 65%).
A. Transportation test specification for all regions
•
Package test
1. Random Vibration test
2. Drop test
3. Cold Drop test (for design reference)
•
Un-package test
1. Half sine shock test (non operation)
5.18 Pallet / Container loading (Refer to Philips approved SHT 560)
Transportation standards refer to TYE-M0002 ,UAN-D1534 and UAW-0309.
• Air shipment • Sea container 20'(pallet/slip sheet)
• Sea container 40'(pallet/slip sheet)
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General Product Specification
• Sea container 40' High Cube (pallet/slip sheet)
• Land 45‘ Truck and Trailer ( 00X1200mm pallet)
• Land 45‘ Truck and Trailer (1000X1200mm pallet) for UK
• Truck shipmentTransportation request for all regions except China/India
A. Air shipment
B. 20’/40’/40’HQ Container loading for WW
Transportation request for China and India
A. Container loading for China and India
B. Truck loading
Transportation request for EU
A. Land 45‘ Truck and Trailer ( 00X1200mm pallet)Truck loading
B. Land 45‘ Truck and Trailer (1000X1200mm pallet) for UK
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˘́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇˴˿ʳ˶˻˴̅˴˶̇˸̅˼̆̇˼˶̆ʳ
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The following sections define the interference and
susceptibility condition limits that might occur
between external environment and the display device.
ˉˁ˄
˦̈̆˶˸̃̇˼˵˼˿˼̇̌ʳ̂˹ʳ˷˼̆̃˿˴̌ʳ̇̂ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇ʳ
˦̈̆˶˸̃̇˼˵˼˿˼̇̌ʳ̂˹ʳ˷˼̆̃˿˴̌ʳ̇̂ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇ʳ
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Operating
- Temperature
- Humidity
- Altitude
- Air pressure
: 0 to 40 degree C
: 0% max
: 0-365 m
: 600-1100 mBAR
- Temperature
- Humidity
- Altitude
- Air pressure
: -20 to 60 degree C
: 95% max
: 0-12192m
: 300-1100 mBAR
Storage
ʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳʳˊˊʳ
General Product Specificationʳ
Note: recommend at 5 to 35°C, Humidity less than 60 %
ˉˁ˅
˧̅˴́̆̃̂̅̇˴̇˼̂́ʳ̇˸̆̇̆ʳʳʳ
˧̅˴́̆̃̂̅̇˴̇˼̂́ʳ̇˸̆̇̆ʳʳʳ
ʳ
Refer to 5.15.2
ˉˁˆ
˗˼̆̃˿˴̌ʳ˷˼̆̇̈̅˵˴́˶˸̆ʳ˹̅̂̀ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇
˼̆̃˿˴̌ʳ˷˼̆̇̈̅˵˴́˶˸̆ʳ˹̅̂̀ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇ʳ
˵˴́˶˸̆ʳ˹̅̂̀ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇ʳ
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According to IEC 01-2 for ESD disturbances
ˉˁˇ
˗˼̆̃˿˴̌ʳ˷˼̆̇̈̅˵˴́˶˸̆ʳ̇̂ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇ʳ
˗˼̆̃˿˴̌ʳ˷˼̆̇̈̅˵˴́˶˸̆ʳ̇̂ʳ˸̋̇˸̅́˴˿ʳ˸́̉˼̅̂́̀˸́̇ʳ
ˊ
˥˸˿˼˴˵˼˿˼̇̌ʳ
˥˸˿˼˴˵˼˿˼̇̌ʳ
ˊˁ˄
ˠ˸˴́ʳ˧˼̀˸ʳ˕˸̇̊˸˸́ʳ˙˴˼˿̈̅˸̆ʳ
ˠ˸˴́ʳ˧˼̀˸ʳ˕˸̇̊˸˸́ʳ˙˴˼˿̈̅˸̆ʳ
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ʳ
System MTBF (Including the LCD panel and CCFL) : 50,000 hrs
ˋ
ˤ̈˴˿˼̇̌ʳ˴̆̆̈̅˴́˶˸ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸̀˸́̇̆ʳ
ˤ̈˴˿˼̇̌ʳ˴̆̆̈̅˴́˶˸ʳ̅˸̄̈˼̅˸̀˸́̇̆ʳ
ˋˁ˄
˔˶˶˸̃̇˴́˶˸ʳ̇˸̆̇ʳ
˔˶˶˸̃̇˴́˶˸ʳ̇˸̆̇ʳ
ʳ
According to MIL-STD-1916D
AQL: NA
Control III level
(Please also refer to annual quality agreement)
Customer acceptance criteria: UAW0377/00
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General Product Specification
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9
Philips’ Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy
Philips’ Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy
BRIGHT DOT DEFECTS
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
MODEL
240PW9
1 lit sub-pixel
3
2 adjacent lit sub-pixels
0
3 adjacent lit sub-pixels (one white
0
pixel)
Distance between two bright dots
Bright dot defects within 20 mm
15mm
0
circle
Total bright dot defects of all type
3
BLACK DOT DEFECTS
MODEL
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
240PW9
1 dark sub-pixel
5
2 adjacent dark sub-pixels
2
3 adjacent dark sub-pixels (one
1
white pixel)
Distance between two black dots
Black dot defects within 20 mm
15mm
1
circle*
Total black dot defects of all type
5
TOTAL DOT DEFECTS
MODEL
Total bright or black dot defects of
all type
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
240PW9
5
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General Product Specificationʳ
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Fig 1: Measurement locations of Brightness Uniformity
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ˋ˃ʳʳʳ˅ˇ˃ˣ˪ˌʳʳ˟˖˗ʳ
General Product Specification
Fig 2:
Cross talk pattern
Gray level 46 (64 Gray level)
1/6
1/2
YA
1/2
Fig 3:
Cross talk Pattern
Center at Gray level 0 (Black)
1/3
1/3
1/6
1/3
1/2
1/3
YB
1/2
1/3
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General Product Specificationʳ
SEPARATE SYNC.
VIDEO
D
C
E
HORIZONTAL
B
A
VIDEO
R
Q
S
VERTICAL
P
O
COMPOSITE SYNC.
VIDEO
C
D
HORIZONTAL
B
A
FIG-4 TIMING CHART -1
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E
82
240PW9 LCD
Exploded View
1
3
10
17
13
4
7
12
8
18
2
15
5
14
11
22
16
20
6
19
21
23
9
HUDSON 9
S pare / R ec ommended P arts L is t
24
0
20
19
22
21
FFC WIRE 4P LED/BD
FFC WIRE 5P CTRL/BD
WIRE 8/14P 1061#24
WIRE 15/14P 1061#24
Model
24
0
Mechanical Styling
996510019232
996510019313
996510019236
996510020182
996510019234
996510019233
996510019237
996510019235
LPL LPL LPL LPL LPL
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
PW
9E
PW S/0
9E 0
24
B
0P
W /0 0
9E
24
B
0P
W /6 9
9E
24
B
0P
W /2 7
9E
B
/7
5
FFC CABLE 30P
Philips 12NC
996510019210
996510019211
996510019238
996510019239
996510019248
9
Description
BASE ASS'Y
FRONT BEZEL ASS'Y (Silver)
1
FRONT BEZEL ASS'Y (BLACK)
2
19
REAR COVER ASS'Y
ASSY BKT L SECC 0.8T
PCM code
6K.0JU08.011
6K.0JU08.001
6K.0JU01.011
6K.0JU01.012
6K.0JU01.001
6K.0JU01.002
6K.0JU02.001
6K.0JU05.002
996510019242
996510019240
996510019241
LPL LPL LPL LPL LPL
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
Model
24
0
Packing Styling
Philips 12NC
PW
9E
PW S/0
9E 0
24
B
0P
W /0 0
9E
24
B
0P
W /6 9
9E
24
B
0P
W /2 7
9E
B
/7
5
location
Description
CUSHION FRONT
CUSHION REAR
CARTON
4D.0JU01.001
PCM code
4G.0JU01.001
4G.0JU02.001
LPL LPL LPL LPL LPL
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
Model
24
0
Accessory Styling
Philips 12NC
996510019228
996510019229
996510019227
PW
9E
PW S/0
9E 0
24
B
0P
W /0 0
9E
24
B
0P
W /6 9
9E
24
B
0P
W /2 7
9E
B
/7
5
location
100
110
120
18
23
24
Description
USER MANUAL 240PW9
CD 240PW9
CORD H05VV-F 10A250V EUR 1.8M
CORD H05VV-F 13A 1.8MM UK
CORD SVT125V WO/SH US 1.8M I-S
CORD 3ASL/75DU-IN 250V1.8M AUS
CABLE DVI-D
CABLE SIGNAL (D-SUB)
PCM code
4J.0JU01.001
5B.0JU01.001
2G.00921.001
2G.03149.021
2G.01111.001
2G.01343.001
5K.L0S05.501
5K.L2H06.501
Philips 12NC
996510019230
996510019231
996510007306
996510007304
996510007305
996510007963
996510006065
LPL LPL LPL LPL LPL
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
PW
9E
PW S/0
9E 0
24
B
0P
W /0 0
9E
24
B
0P
W /6 9
9E
24
B
0P
W /2 7
9E
B
/7
5
location
200
210
Model
Location
IC601
IC851
IC651
Q651
D652
C605
PCM code
0D.01203.101
0D.01451.070
0D.06562.070
0F.03502.020
0F.8R060.031
0J.1271M.08P
1A.4743U.30E
1A.4743U.04E
Philips 12NC
996510007138
996510019040
996510019212
996510019213
996510019216
996510010633
996510019217
24
0
Critical components
Description
IC PWM CURRENT NCP1203P60G 8P
IC PWM CTRL TL1451ACN DIP 16P
IC TRANSITION CTRL L6562N 8P
FET MOS 2SK3502-01MRSC TO-220F
DIODE REC 600V 8A YG971S6R
CAP120U450VBC7.5 RC.95 5K45*18
CAP MKP 0.47U 520V J RF15
C617 C618
CAP PS 0.47U 520V J CC15
R608 R609
R657 R658 RES MGF 1M 1/4W F AT
R660 R661
R604 R605 RES MGF 1.2M 1/4W F AT
R671
RES MGF 499K 1/4W F AT
TR601
THERM NTC 5 OHM D15 KC7.5 L4
T651
XFORM PWR RM-10 390UH 2405FPW
T601
XFORM PWR DS3324 600UH 240PW9
L851 L852 CHOKE 47UH T50-52 17*10+PCB
L609
CHOK COIL 300UH T60-26 2405FPW
L601
LINE FILTER 19MH ET-24
VAR1
TVS 10D 470V TVR10471KSC3F7SW
F601
FUSE4A250V CERA ST20 T/LA RF25
CN702
HEAD ML 1R8P RT D2 3S H4.8
U3
IC CTRL RTD2122L LQFP 48
U6
IC CTRL RTD2549TH-LF QFP 208P
U1 U2
IC EEPROM AT24C02BN-SH-T SON-8
24
0
8
3
PCM code
5E.0JU01.001
5E.0JU02.001
6K.0JS13.001
6K.0JS14.001
5F.LLDP9.011
5F.LLDP9.021
5E.0JU15.001
5K.0JS06.002
5K.0JS06.001
5K.0JS06.003
5K.0JS02.001
5K.0JS01.001
5K.0JU01.001
5K.0JS03.001
24
0
10
Description
MAIN (I/F) BOARD ASS'Y
POWER BOARD ASS'Y
ASSY CTRL BD+FFC CABLE
ASSY LED BD+FFC CABLE
LCDM LM240WU4-SLA1 P (LPL)
LCDM LM240WU4-SLA1 PH PCN (LPL)
USB BD
24
0
location
7
6
5
15
24
0
Model
24
0
Panel+PCBA Styling
PW
9E
PW S/0
9E 0
24
B
0P
W /0 0
9E
24
B
0P
W /6 9
9E
24
B
0P
W /2 7
9E
B
/7
5
Model: 240PW9
LPL LPL LPL LPL LPL
Remark
V
V
V
V
V Power controller IC
V
V
V
V
V DC to DC controller IC
V
V
V
V
V PFC controller IC
V
V
V
V
V PFC switching MOSFET
V
V
V
V
V PFC boost Diode
V
V
V
V
V Filter Capacitor
V
V
V
V
V
Filter Capacitor
V
V
V
V
V
1D.10045.112
996510019218
V
V
V
V
V
Potentiometer
1D.12045.112
1D.49935.112
1G.60061.011
1J.20285.001
1J.20289.021
1J.40229.041
1J.40245.001
1J.42030.011
2D.50009.021
2F.14001.932
2K.62095.108
7A.02122.00E
7A.02549.A0E
7B.02402.C01
996510019219
996510019220
996510019221
996510019222
996510019223
996510019027
996510019224
996510019042
996510019049
996510019225
996510019226
996510019037
996510019038
996510007137
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
Potentiometer
Potentiometer
Inrush current protector
PFC boost Inductor
Power Transformer
Dc to DC coil
Filter Inductor
EMI filter
Over voltage protector
Over Current protector
Not critical part
MCU IC
SCALAR IC
DDC for D-sub or DVI
It's EEPROM to record HDCP key,
FGA data and other parameter
For FRC
Dc to DC switching MOSFET
Rectifier Diode
Power switching MOSFET
Rectifier Diode
U4
IC EEPROM AT24C16BN-SH-T SON-8
7B.02416.N01
996510007136
V
V
V
V
V
U5 U7
Q852 Q852
BD601
Q601
D701 D702
IC SDRAM EM638325TS-6G TSOP86
FET MOS 2SJ598-ZK-E1-AZ TO-252
DIODE BRIDGE600V4A GSIB4A60-E3
FET MOS 2SK3679-01MR 900V
DIODE SB 20A 150V FME-220B
7B.63832.009
8D.02598.036
0F.4R060.150
0F.03679.020
0F.20015.111
996510019041
996510019034
996510019031
996510019214
996510019215
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
3
84
240PW9 LCD
P anel & P C B A photos
IT E M P C M
P hilips 12NC
Des cription
1 5F .LLDP 9.011
996510019248
LC DM LM240W U4-S LA1 P (LP L)
2 5E .0J U01.001
996510019210
MAIN (I/F ) B OAR D AS S 'Y
3 5E .0J U02.001
996510019211
P OW E R B OAR D AS S 'Y
4 6K .0J S 13.001
996510019238
AS S Y C T R L B D+F F C C AB LE
5 6K .0J S 14.001
996510019239
AS S Y LE D B D+F F C C AB LE
6 5E .0J U15.001
996510019232
US B B D
P hoto
240PW9 LCD
Repair Tips
85
0. Warning
preferably be equipped with a thermal control (soldering
All ICs and many other semi -conductors are susceptible to
temperature: 225 to 250 C).
electrostatic discharges (ESD). Careless handling during
- The chip, once removed, must never be reused.
repair can reduce life drastically . When repairing, make sure
1.4 Attachment of SMDs
that you are connected with the same potential as the mass
- Locate the SMD on the solder lands by means of tweezers
of the unit via a wrist wrap with resistance. Keep components
and sold er the component on one side. Ensure that the
and tools also at the same potential !
component is positioned correctly on the solder lands (see Fig.2A).
1. Servicing of SMDs (Surface Mounted Devices)
- Next complete the soldering of the terminals of the
1.1 General cautions on handling and storage
component (see Fiq. 2B).
- Oxidation on the terminals of SMDs results in poor soldering.
Do not handle SMDs with bare hands.
- Avoid using storage places that are sensitive to oxidation
such as places with sulphur or chlorine gas, direct sunlight,
high temperatures or a high degree of humidity. The
capacitance or resistance value of the SMDs may be
affected by this.
- Rough handling of circuit boards containing SMDs may
cause damage to the components as well as the circuit
boards. Circuit boards containing SMDs should never be
bent or flexed. Different circuit board materials expand and
contract at different rates when heated or cooled and the
2. Caution when attaching SMDs
components and/or solder connections may be damaged
- When soldering the SMD terminals, do not touch them
due to the stress. Never rub or scrape chip components as
directly with the soldering iron. The soldering should be
this may cause the value of the component to change.
done as quickly as possible, care must be taken to avoid
Similarly , do not slide the circuit board across any surface.
damage to the terminals of the SMDs themselves.
- Keep the SMD's body in contact with the printed board when
1.2 Removal of SMDs
soldering.
- Heat the solde r (for 2-3 seconds) at each terminal of the
- The soldering iron to be used (approx. 30 W ) should
chip. By means of litz wire and a slight horizontal force,
preferably be equipped with a thermal control (soldering
small components can be removed with the soldering iron.
temperature: 225 to 250 C).
They can also be removed with a solder sucker (see Fig.
- Soldering should not be done outside the solder land.
1A)
- Soldering flux (of rosin) may be used, but should not be
acidic.
- After soldering, let the SMD cool down gradually at room
temperature.
- The quantity of solder must be proportional to the size of the
solder land. If the quantity is too great, the SMD might
crack or the solder lands might be torn loose from the
printed board (see Fig. 3).
While holding the SMD with a pair of tweezers, take it off gently using the
Right
soldering iron's heat applied to each terminal (see Fig. 1 B).
- Remove the excess solder on the solder lands by means of
litz wire or a solder sucker (see Fig. 1C).
1.3 Caution on removal
- When handling the soldering.iron. use suitable pressur e and be careful.
- When removing the chip, do not use undue force with the pair of tweezers.
- The soldering iron to be used (approx. 30 W) should
Fig.3 Examples
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Repair Tips
3. Lead-free product identification
You can identify lead-free product by Philips-lead-free logo on PCB.
4. Lead-free product repair instruction
4.1 Use only lead-free Solder Alloy 0622 149 00106(1.2mm SAC305) or 0622 14900108(1.0mm SAC305).
Remark: For lead free soldering material, please visit www.alphametals.com website for details. This is recommended by Philips.
4.2 Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free soldering-tin. The solder tool must be able to reach at least a
solder-temperature of 400 , to stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip and to exchange solder-tips for different applications.
Small Passives/Actives to be removed with thermal tweezers
Automated system for IC and BGA repair (Microscope, Camera, Beam split optics, Computer , P rogrammer , Heat controllers, Vacuum
system, Laser pointer) Solder Hand-T ool (Adjustable in temperature height, Temperature shall be held constant,Flexible tips)
4.3 Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature around 360 -380 is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
Heating-time of the solder-joint should not excee d ~ 4 s e c . Avoid temperatures above 400 otherwise wear-out of tips will rise drastically
and flux-fluid will be destroyed.Corrosion of Tool-Spikes can be avoided when using SAC305 and a temperature of less than 400 .
4.4 Mix of lead-free solder-tin/parts with leaded soldering-tin/parts is possible but not recommended. If not to avoid clean carefully the
solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
4.5 Use only original spare-parts listed in the Service-Manuals.
companies.
Standard-material(consumables)
can also be purchased at external
4.6 Special information for lead-free BGA-ICs: this ICs will be delivered in so-called dry-packaging to protect the IC against moisture and
with lead-free logo on it. This packaging may only be opened shortly before it is used (soldered). Otherwise the body of the IC gets wet
inside and during the heating time the structure of the IC will be destroyed due to high (steam-)pressure. If the packaging was opened
before usage the IC has to be heated up for some hours (around 90 ) for drying (T ake attention for ESD-protection!)
5. Rework on BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
General
Although (LF)BGA assembly yields are very high, there may still be a requirement for component rework. By rework, we
mean the process of removing the component from the PWB and replacing it with a new component. If an (LF)BGA is
removed from a P WB, the solder balls of the component are deformed drastically so the removed (LF)BGA has to be
discarded.
Device Removal
As is the case with any component that, it is essential when removing an (LF)BGA, the board, tracks, solder lands, or
surrounding components are not damaged. To remove an (LF)BGA, the board must be uniformly heated to a temperature
close to the reflow soldering temperature. A uniform temperature reduces the chance of warping the PWB.
To do this, we recommend that the board is heated until it is certain that all the joints are molten. Then carefully pull the
component off the board with a vacuum nozzle. For the appropriate temperature profiles, see the IC data sheet.
Area Preparation
When the component has been removed, the vacant IC area must be cleaned before replacing the (LF)BGA.
Removing an IC often leaves varying amounts of solder on the mounting lands. This excessive solder can be removed with
either a solder sucker or solder wick. The remaining flux can be removed with a brush and cleaning agent. After the board
is properly cleaned and inspected, apply flux on the solder lands and on the connection balls of the(LF)BGA
Note: Do not apply solder paste, as this has shown to result in problems during re-soldering.
Device Replacement
The last step in the repair process is to solder the new component on the board. Ideally , the (LF)BGA should be
aligned under a microscope or magnifying glass. If this is not possible, try to align the (LF)BGA with any board markers.
To reflow the solder , apply a temperature profile according to the IC data sheet. So as not to damage neighbouring
components, it may be necessary to reduce some temperatures and times.
More Information
For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this URL: http://www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs
subscription). After login, select Magazine , then go to W orkshop Information . H ere you will find Information on how
.to deal with BGA-ICs.
240PW9 LCD
Repair Flow Chart
NG
Power Board
Bad Power Board
OK
OK
OK
Check Scaler Board
OK
OK
Bad Scaler Board
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Repair Flow Chart
18V/12V/5V DC
OK
NO
OK
Check
Power Board
OK
Check LCD Panel
Control Board
OK
OK
Board
240PW9 LCD
220BW8 plus LCD
Repair Flow Chart
18V/12V/5V DC
OK
NO
OK
Check
Power Board
OK
Check LCD Panel
Control Board
OK
OK
Board
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90
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220BW8 plus LCD
Safety Test Requirements
All units that are returned for service or repair must pass the
original manufactures safety tests. Safety testing requires both
Hipot and Ground Continuity testing.
HI-POT TEST INSTRUCTION
1.Application requirements
1.1 All mains operated products must pass the Hi-Pot test as
described in this instruction.
1.2 This test must be performed again after the covers have
been refitted following the repair , inspection or modification
of the product.
2. Test method
3. Equipments and Connection
3.1. Equipments
For example :
- Zentech 9032 PROGRAMMABLE
TESTER
AUT O SAFETY
3.2. Connection
* Turn on the power s witch of monitor before H ipot and
G round C ontinuity tes ting.
2.1 Connecting conditions
2.1.1 The test specified must be applied between the parallelblade plug of the mainscord and all accessible metal
parts of the product.
2.1.2 Before carrying out the test, reliable conductive
connections must be ensured and thereafter be
maintained throughout the test period.
2.1.3 The mains switch(es) must be in the "ON" position.
2.2 Test Requirements
All products should be HiPot and Ground Continuity tested as
follows:
Condition
Hi-Pot Test for
products where
the mains input
is 220V AC
Hi-Pot Test for
products where
the mains input
is 110V AC
Ground Continuity
Test requirement
(Z entech 9 032 tes ter)
Test
voltage
2820VDC
(2000VAC)
1700VDC
(1200VAC)
Test current:
25A, AC
Test time
3 seconds
1 seconds
Test time:
3 seconds
Trip current
(Tester)
Set at 100uA for
Max limit;
Set at 0.1uA for
Min limit.
5mA
Ramp time
(Tester)
Resistance required:
<=0.09+Rohm,
R is the resistance
of the mains cord.
C lip
C onnect the clip to the monitor.
Set at 2 seconds
2.2.1 The minimum test duration for Quality Control Inspector
must be 1 minute.
2.2.2 The test voltage must be maintained within the specified
voltage + 5%.
2.2.3
There must be no breakdown during the test.
2.2.4
The grounding blade or pin of mains plug must be
conducted with accessible metal parts.
C onnect the power cord
to the monitor.
P ower outlet
4. Recording
(R ear view of monitor)
Hipot and Ground Continuity testing records have to be kept
for a period of 10 years.
240PW9 LCD
Service tool-Hardware
PCM code
12NC
5E.L8215.001
996510019769
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Service tool-Software
FW writing tool: RTD tool V6.3
DDC writing tool: Q-EDID-V16