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External
Super Multi Rewriter
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: GSA-5120D/
GSA-5160D
P/NO : 3828HS1050A
November 2004
Printed in Korea
MODEL : GSA-5120D/GSA-5160D
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1 : GENERAL
NTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................3
GENERAL FEATURES .........................................................................................................................................................3~4
SPECIFICATIONS...............................................................................................................................................................5~12
1. GSA-5120D .......................................................................................................................................................................5
2. GSA-5160D .......................................................................................................................................................................9
OPERATING MANUAL .....................................................................................................................................................13~21
DISASSEMBLY .......................................................................................................................................................................22
1. TOP COVER ...................................................................................................................................................................22
2. INTERNAL DVD MULTI DRIVE ......................................................................................................................................22
3. USB/1394 BRIDGE BOARD............................................................................................................................................22
EXPLODED VIEW .............................................................................................................................................................23~24
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST..........................................................................................................................................25~26
BLOCK DIAGRAM[USB/1394 BRIDGE BOARD] ...................................................................................................................27
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM[USB/1394 BRIDGE BOARD] ...........................................................................................................28~33
SECTION 2 : DVD MULTI DRIVE ASSY
DISASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................................................34~35
1. CABINET AND CIRCUIT BOARD ...................................................................................................................................34
2. MECHANISM ASSY ........................................................................................................................................................35
EXPLODED VIEW .............................................................................................................................................................36~37
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST................................................................................................................................................38
DESCRIPTION OF CIRCUIT.............................................................................................................................................39~43
MAJOR IC INTERNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM AND PIN DESCRIPTION.............................................................................44~69
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..........................................................................................................................................70~86
BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................................................................87
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DIAGRAM ...........................................................................................................................88~95
1. GSA-5120D .....................................................................................................................................................................88
2. GSA-5160D .....................................................................................................................................................................92
ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................96
CAUTION - INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
SECTION I GENERAL
INTRODUCTION
This service manual provides a variety of service information.
It contains the mechanical structure of the External Super Multi DVD Rewriter and the electronic circuits in
schematic form. This External Super Multi DVD Rewriter was manufactured and assembled under our strict
quality control standards and meets or exceeds industry specifications and standards.
GENERAL FEATURES
1 General
1) Universa Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 and FireWire IEEE1394 interface for high-speed data transfer.
2) External Half-height drive
3) Buffer Under Run error protection technology
4) Emergency eject support
5) Bear media loading with power eject.
6) Combination of CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD+R DL(Double Layer) and DVD-RAM drive
functions into one drive.
7) Supports region playback control Phase II.
8) 40X max Writing (CD-R), 24X max Writing (CD-RW), 16X max Writing (DVD+R)*, 8X max Writing (DVDR), 5X max Writing (DVD-RAM), 4X max Writing (DVD+RW, DVD-RW), 2.4X Writing (DVD+R Double
layer), 40X max Reading (CD-ROM, CD-R), 40X max Reading (CD-RW), 16X max Reading (DVD-ROM
single), 8X max Reading (DVD-ROM dual), 10X max Reading (DVD+R, DVD-R), 8X max Reading
(DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD-VIDEO), 5X Reading (DVD-RAM).
* DVD+R:16x max Writing (Model:GSA-5160D)
12x max Writing (Model:GSA-5120D)
2. Supported disc formats
1) Reads data in each DVD-ROM, DVD-R(Ver.1.0, Ver. 2.0 for Authoring) and DVD-RAM(Ver.1.0)
2) Reads and writes in each DVD-R(Ver. 2.0 for General), DVD-RW, DVD-RAM(Ver.2.1), DVD+R, DVD+R
DL(Double Layer) and +RW
3) Reads data in each CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-I, Video CD, CD-Extra and CD-Text
4) Reads data in Photo CD (Single and Multi session)
5) Reads standard CD-DA
6) Reads and writes CD-R discs conforming to “Orange Book Part 2”
7) Reads and writes CD-RW discs conforming to “Orange Book Part 3”
3. Supported write method
1) DVD-R: ..................Disc at Once and Incremental Recording
2) DVD-RW:...............Disc at Once, Incremental Recording and Restricted Overwrite
3) DVD-RAM:.............Random Write
4) DVD+R: .................Sequential Recording
5) DVD+R DL: ...........Sequential Recording
6) DVD+RW:..............Random Write
7) CD-R/RW: .............Disc at Once, Session at Once, Track at Once and Packet Write
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4. Performance
1) Average access time:
(1/3 stroke)
2) Write speed:
3) Read speed:
DVD-ROM
CD-ROM
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD-RAM
DVD+R
DVD+R DL
DVD+RW
CD-R
CD-RW
DVD-R/RW/ROM
DVD-RAM (Ver.1.0/2.1)
DVD-Video(CSS Compliant Disc)
DVD+R/+RW
DVD+R DL
CD-R/RW/ROM
CD-DA (DAE)
4) Sustained Transfer rate:
DVD-ROM
CD-ROM
5) Multimedia MPC-3 compliant
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145 ms
125 ms
2x, 4x CLV, 8x ZCLV
1x, 2x, 4x CLV
2x, 3x ZCLV (Ver.2.1), 3x-5x PCAV(Ver.2.1)
2.4x, 4x CLV, 8x, 12x ZCLV
2.4x CLV
2.4x, 4x CLV
4x, 8x, 16x CLV, 24x, 32x, 40x ZCLV
4x, 8x, 10x, 16x CLV, 24x ZCLV
(High Speed: 8x, 10x, Ultra Speed: 16x, 24x)
10x / 8x / 16x max.
2x / 2x, 3x ZCLV, 3x-5x PCAV
8x max. (Single/Dual layer)
10x / 8x max.
8x max.
40x max.
40x max.
22.16 Mbytes/s (16x) max.
6,000 kB/s (40x) max.
SPECIFICATIONS
I. MODEL : GSA-5120D
1. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
-CPU: IBM Compatible Pentium 4 1.6GHz (or faster)
-128MB Memory or greater
2. SUPPORTING OPERATING SYSTEM
* Operating System
Window 2000 Professional
Window XP Home Edition, Professional
2.1 Applicable disc formats
DVD ............................DVD-ROM:
DVD-R:
DVD-RW:
DVD-RAM:
DVD+R:
DVD+R DL:
DVD+RW:
* Recording tool
(1) Nero(Ahead)
(2) In CD(Ahead)
(3) Power Producer Gold (Cyber Link)
4.7GB (Single Layer)
8.5GB (Dual Layer)
3.95GB (Ver.1.0 : read only)
4.7GB (Ver.2.0 for Authoring : read only)
4.7GB (Ver.2.0 for General: read & write)
4.7GB (Ver.1.1)
2.6GB/side (Ver.1.0)
1.46GB/side, 4.7GB/side (Ver.2.1)
4.7GB
8.5GB
4.7GB
CD...............................CD-ROM Mode-1 data disc
CD-ROM Mode-2 data disc
CD-ROM XA, CD-I, Photo-CD Multi-Session, Video CD
CD-Audio Disc
Mixed mode CD-ROM disc (data and audio)
CD-Extra
CD-Text
CD-R (Conforming to “Orange Book Part2”: read & write)
CD-RW (Conforming to “Orange Book Part3”: read & write)
2.2 Writing method
(1) DVD-R/RW ...........................Disc at Once
Incremental Recording
Restricted Overwrite (DVD-RW only)
(2) DVD-RAM/+RW ...................Random Write
(3) DVD+R .................................Sequential Recording
(4) DVD+R DL ...........................Sequential Recording
(5) CD-R/RW .............................Disc at Once (DAO)
Session at Once (SAO)
Track at Once (TAO)
Packet Write
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2.3 Disc diameter ..............................................120mm
80mm (Horizontal only)
2.4 Data capacity
• User Data/Block DVD-ROM/R/RW/RAM/+R/+RW ......2,048 bytes/block
CD (Yellow Book) ..........................................2,048 bytes/block(Mode 1 & Mode 2 Form 1)
2,336 bytes/block (Mode 2)
2,328 bytes/block (Mode 2 Form 2)
2,352 bytes/block (CD-DA)
2.5 RPC (Regional Playback Control) Phase2, No Region
3. DRIVE PERFORMANCE
3.1 Host interface ..................................................................USB 2.0
IEEE1394
3.2 Read/Write & Rotational speed
<Write>
DVD-R ...............................................................2x, 4x (CLV), 8x (ZCLV)
DVD-RW............................................................1x, 2x, 4x (CLV)
DVD-RAM ...............................Ver. 2.1 .............2x, 3x (ZCLV), 3x-5x (PCAV)
DVD+R ..............................................................2.4x, 4x (CLV), 8x, 12x (ZCLV)
DVD+R DL ........................................................2.4x CLV
DVD+RW...........................................................2.4x, 4x (CLV)
CD-R .................................................................4x, 8x, 16x (CLV), 24x, 32x, 40x (ZCLV)
CD-RW ..............................................................4x, 8x, 10x,16x (CLV), 24x (ZCLV)
(High Speed: 8x, 10x, Ultra Speed: >16x)
<Read>
DVD-ROM...............................Single layer .......6.7x - 16x (CAV), ..........Approx. 9,420 r/min
Dual layer .........3.3x - 8x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,180 r/min
DVD-Video (CSS) .............................................3.3x - 8x (CAV)
DVD-R.....................................3.95GB .............4.2x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,180 r/min
4.7GB ...............4.2x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,890 r/min
DVD-RW .................................4.7GB ...............3.3x - 8x (CAV), ..........Approx. 4,720 r/min
DVD-RAM ...............................Ver. 1.0/ 2.1 ......2x/ 2x, 3x (ZCLV)*......... 3x-5x (PCAV)*
DVD+R....................................4.7GB ...............4.2x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,890 r/min
DVD+R DL ..............................8.5GB ...............3.3x - 8x (CAV), ...........Approx. 5,180 r/min
DVD+RW ................................4.7GB ...............3.3x - 8x (CAV), ..........Approx. 4,720 r/min
CD-R/ROM, CD-I / Video ........(1.2m/s) ............17x - 40x (CAV), ..........Approx. 8,100 r/min
CD-RW ...................................(1.2m/s) ...........17x - 40x (CAV), ..........Approx. 8,100 r/min
CD-DA (DAE)..........................(1.2m/s) ...........17x - 40x (CAV), ..........Approx. 8,100 r/min
CD-DA (Audio out) ..................(1.2m/s) ...........4.0x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 2,030 r/min
* Rotational speed (CLV, ZCLV)
DVD-R/RW/ROM, +R/RW ...............................1x: Approx. 1,390(Inside) - 580 r/min(Outside)
DVD-RAM................................Ver. 1.0 ...........1x: Approx. 2,390(Inside) - 1,010 r/min(Outside)
Ver. 2.1 ...........2x: Approx. 3,250(Inside) - 1,380 r/min(Outside)
CD-R/RW/ROM ...............................................1x: Approx. 500(Inside) - 210 r/min(Outside)
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3.3 Data transfer rate
3.3.1 Sustained transfer rate
<Write> DVD-R.........................2x, 4x, 8x ZCLV ................2.77, 5.54, 5.44-11.08 Mbytes/s
DVD-RW
...............1x, 2x, 4x CLV ..................1.385, 2.77, 5.54 Mbytes/s
DVD-RAM (Ver. 2.1): ..2x, 3x ZCLV, 3-5xPCAV ...2.77, 4.155,4155-6.925 Mbytes/s (w/o Verify)
DVD+R ........................2.4x, 4x CLV 8x, 12xZCLV ...3.32, 5.54 5.54-11.08 8.31-16.62 Mbytes/s
DVD+R DL ..................2.4x CLV...........................3.32 Mbytes/s
DVD+RW.....................2.4x, 4x CLV .....................3.32, 5.54 Mbytes/s
CD-R ...........................4x, 8x, 16x CLV 24x, 32x, 40xZCLV
600, 1,200, 2,400, 2,400-3,600, 2,400-4,800, 2,400-6,000 kB/s (Mode-1)
CD-RW........................4x, 8x, 10x, 16x CLV, 24xZCLV
600, 1,200, 1500, 2,400, 2,400- 3,600 kB/s (Mode-1)
<Read> DVD-ROM ...................Single layer.......................9.28 - 22.16 Mbytes/s .........................16x max.
Dual layer .........................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s ...........................8x max.
DVD-R ...................................................................5.73 - 13.85Mbytes/s...........................10x max.
DVD-RW ...............................................................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s ...........................8x max.
DVD-RAM ...................Ver. 1.0 .............................2.77 Mbytes/s ......................................2x ZCLV
Ver. 2.1 .............................2.77, 4.155,4.155-6.93 Mbytes/s ..2x, 3x ZCLV,
3-5xPCAV
DVD+R ..................................................................5.73 - 13.85Mbytes/s...........................10x max.
DVD+R DL ............................................................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s............................8x max.
DVD+RW...............................................................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s ...........................8x max.
CD-R/ROM ............................................................2,550 - 6,000 kB/s ...............................40x max.
CD-RW........................ .........................................2,550 - 6,000 kB/s ...............................40x max.
CD-DA (DAE) ........................................................2,550 - 6,000 kB/s ...............................40x max.
3.4 Access time (1/3 stroke)
DVD-ROM..............................................................145 ms Typ. (Note 1)
DVD-RAM (Ver.2.1) ...............................................165 ms Typ.
CD-ROM ................................................................125ms Typ. (Note 1)
Note :
1) Average access time is the typcal value of more than 50 times including latency and error correction time.
Test Disc : DVD : ALMEDIO TDV-520 / TDR-820
CD : ALMEDIO TCDR-701 / HITACH HCD-1
*) Typical value defines a measured value in normal temperature (20 deg.C.) and horizontal position.
3.5 Data error rate (Measured with 5 retries maximum)
DVD-R/RW/ROM/RAM ..................................<10-12
DVD-+R/+RW.................................................<10-12
CD-R/RW/ROM..............................................<10-12 (Mode-1)
<10-9 (Mode-2)
Condition : It is assumed that the worst case raw error rate of the disc is 10-3
3.6 Data buffer capacity .......................................................2Mbytes
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4. Quality and Reliability
4.1 MTBF..................................................100,000 Power On Hours(Consecutive/Cumulative POH)
Assumption : ..........................Used in a normall office environment at room temperature.
-POH per year.........................3,000
-ON/OFF cycles per year........600
-Operating duty cycle..............20% of power on time (Seek: 5% of operating time)
4.2 Tray cycle test...................................30,000 times
No degeneration in the mechanical part after test
4.3 Actuator mechanism ........................1,000,000 full stroke seek
4.4 MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) ...........0.5 h
4.5 Component life .................................5 years or 2,000 h of Laser radiating time
Assumption : ..........................Used in a normall office environment.
5. POWER REQUIREMENTS
5.1 Power Requirements AC Adaptor
INPUT : 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz
OUTPUT : 5V/12V 1.5A
6. AUDIO PERFORMANCE
Output Level (1kHz, 0dB) ........................................................0.7Vrms typical
Frequency Response ..............................................................+/-3dB (20 to 20,000Hz)
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SPECIFICATIONS
II. MODEL : GSA-5160D
1. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
-CPU: IBM Compatible Pentium4 2.8GHz (or faster)
-128MB Memory or greater
2. SUPPORTING OPERATING SYSTEM
* Operating System
Window 2000 Professional
Window XP Home Edition, Professional
2.1 Applicable disc formats
DVD ............................DVD-ROM:
DVD-R:
DVD-RW:
DVD-RAM:
DVD+R:
DVD+R DL:
DVD+RW:
* Recording tool
(1) Nero(Ahead)
(2) In CD(Ahead)
(3) Power Producer Gold (Cyber Link)
4.7GB (Single Layer)
8.5GB (Dual Layer)
3.95GB (Ver.1.0 : read only)
4.7GB (Ver.2.0 for Authoring : read only)
4.7GB (Ver.2.0 for General: read & write)
4.7GB (Ver.1.1)
2.6GB/side (Ver.1.0)
1.46GB/side, 4.7GB/side (Ver.2.2)
4.7GB
8.5GB
4.7GB
CD...............................CD-ROM Mode-1 data disc
CD-ROM Mode-2 data disc
CD-ROM XA, CD-I, Photo-CD Multi-Session, Video CD
CD-Audio Disc
Mixed mode CD-ROM disc (data and audio)
CD-Extra
CD-Text
CD-R (Conforming to “Orange Book Part2”: read & write)
CD-RW (Conforming to “Orange Book Part3”: read & write)
2.2 Writing method
(1) DVD-R/RW ...........................Disc at Once
Incremental Recording
Restricted Overwrite (DVD-RW only)
(2) DVD-RAM/+RW ...................Random Write
(3) DVD+R .................................Sequential Recording
(4) DVD+R DL ...........................Sequential Recording
(5) CD-R/RW .............................Disc at Once (DAO)
Session at Once (SAO)
Track at Once (TAO)
Packet Write
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2.3 Disc diameter ..............................................120mm
80mm (Horizontal only)
2.4 Data capacity
• User Data/Block DVD-ROM/R/RW/RAM/+R/+RW ......2,048 bytes/block
CD (Yellow Book) ..........................................2,048 bytes/block(Mode 1 & Mode 2 Form 1)
2,336 bytes/block (Mode 2)
2,328 bytes/block (Mode 2 Form 2)
2,352 bytes/block (CD-DA)
2.5 RPC (Regional Playback Control) Phase2, No Region
3. DRIVE PERFORMANCE
3.1 Host interface ..................................................................USB 2.0
IEEE1394
3.2 Read/Write & Rotational speed
<Write>
DVD-R ...............................................................2x, 4x (CLV), 8x (ZCLV)
DVD-RW............................................................1x, 2x, 4x (CLV)
DVD-RAM ...............................Ver. 2.2 .............2x, 3x (ZCLV), 3x-5x (PCAV)
DVD+R ..............................................................2.4x, 4x (CLV), 8x, 16x (ZCLV)
DVD+R DL ........................................................2.4x CLV
DVD+RW...........................................................2.4x, 4x (CLV)
CD-R .................................................................4x, 8x, 16x (CLV), 24x, 32x, 40x (ZCLV)
CD-RW ..............................................................4x, 8x, 10x,16x (CLV), 24x (ZCLV)
(High Speed: 8x, 10x, Ultra Speed: >16x,24x)
<Read>
DVD-ROM...............................Single layer .......6.7x - 16x (CAV), ..........Approx. 9,420 r/min
Dual layer .........3.3x - 8x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,180 r/min
DVD-Video (CSS) .............................................3.3x - 8x (CAV)
DVD-R.....................................3.95GB .............4.2x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,180 r/min
4.7GB ...............4.2x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,890 r/min
DVD-RW .................................4.7GB ...............3.3x - 8x (CAV), ..........Approx. 4,720 r/min
DVD-RAM ...............................Ver. 1.0/ 2.2 ......2x/ 2x, 3x (ZCLV)*......... 3x-5x (PCAV)*
DVD+R....................................4.7GB ...............4.2x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 5,890 r/min
DVD+R DL ..............................8.5GB ...............3.3x - 8x (CAV), ...........Approx. 5,180 r/min
DVD+RW ................................4.7GB ...............3.3x - 8x (CAV), ..........Approx. 4,720 r/min
CD-R/ROM, CD-I / Video ........(1.2m/s) ............17x - 40x (CAV), ..........Approx. 8,100 r/min
CD-RW ...................................(1.2m/s) ...........17x - 40x (CAV), ..........Approx. 8,100 r/min
CD-DA (DAE)..........................(1.2m/s) ...........17x - 40x (CAV), ..........Approx. 8,100 r/min
CD-DA (Audio out) ..................(1.2m/s) ...........4.0x - 10x (CAV), ..........Approx. 2,030 r/min
* Rotational speed (CLV, ZCLV)
DVD-R/RW/ROM, +R/RW ...............................1x: Approx. 1,390(Inside) - 580 r/min(Outside)
DVD-RAM................................Ver. 1.0 ...........1x: Approx. 2,390(Inside) - 1,010 r/min(Outside)
Ver. 2.2 ...........2x: Approx. 3,250(Inside) - 1,380 r/min(Outside)
CD-R/RW/ROM ...............................................1x: Approx. 500(Inside) - 210 r/min(Outside)
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3.3 Data transfer rate
3.3.1 Sustained transfer rate
<Write> DVD-R.........................2x, 4x, 8x ZCLV ................2.77, 5.54, 5.44-11.08 Mbytes/s
DVD-RW
...............1x, 2x, 4x CLV ..................1.385, 2.77, 5.54 Mbytes/s
DVD-RAM (Ver. 2.2): ..2x, 3x ZCLV, 3-5xPCAV ...2.77, 4.155,4155-6.925 Mbytes/s (w/o Verify)
DVD+R ........................2.4x, 4x CLV 8x, 16xZCLV ...3.32, 5.54 5.54-11.08 9.28-22.16 Mbytes/s
DVD+R DL ..................2.4x CLV...........................3.32 Mbytes/s
DVD+RW.....................2.4x, 4x CLV .....................3.32, 5.54 Mbytes/s
CD-R ...........................4x, 8x, 16x CLV 24x, 32x, 40xZCLV
600, 1,200, 2,400, 2,400-3,600, 2,400-4,800, 2,400-6,000 kB/s (Mode-1)
CD-RW........................4x, 8x, 10x, 16x CLV, 24xZCLV
600, 1,200, 1500, 2,400, 2,400- 3,600 kB/s (Mode-1)
<Read> DVD-ROM ...................Single layer.......................9.28 - 22.16 Mbytes/s .........................16x max.
Dual layer .........................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s ...........................8x max.
DVD-R ...................................................................5.73 - 13.85Mbytes/s...........................10x max.
DVD-RW ...............................................................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s ...........................8x max.
DVD-RAM ...................Ver. 1.0 .............................2.77 Mbytes/s ......................................2x ZCLV
Ver. 2.2 .............................2.77, 4.155,4.155-6.93 Mbytes/s ..2x, 3x ZCLV,
3-5xPCAV
DVD+R ..................................................................5.73 - 13.85Mbytes/s...........................10x max.
DVD+R DL ............................................................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s............................8x max.
DVD+RW...............................................................4.58 - 11.08 Mbytes/s ...........................8x max.
CD-R/ROM ............................................................2,550 - 6,000 kB/s ...............................40x max.
CD-RW........................ .........................................2,550 - 6,000 kB/s ...............................40x max.
CD-DA (DAE) ........................................................2,550 - 6,000 kB/s ...............................40x max.
3.4 Access time (1/3 stroke)
DVD-ROM..............................................................145 ms Typ. (Note 1)
DVD-RAM (Ver.2.2) ...............................................165 ms Typ.
CD-ROM ................................................................125ms Typ. (Note 1)
Note :
1) Average randomaccess time is the typcal value of more than 50 times including latency and error correction time.
Test Disc : DVD : ALMEDIO TDV-520 / TDR-820
CD : ALMEDIO TCDR-701 / HITACH HCD-1
*) Typical value defines a measured value in normal temperature (20 deg.C.) and horizontal position.
3.5 Data error rate (Measured with 5 retries maximum)
DVD-R/RW/ROM/RAM ..................................<10-12
DVD-+R/+RW.................................................<10-12
CD-R/RW/ROM..............................................<10-12 (Mode-1)
<10-9 (Mode-2)
Condition : It is assumed that the worst case raw error rate of the disc is 10-3
3.6 Data buffer capacity .......................................................2Mbytes
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4. Quality and Reliability
4.1 MTBF..................................................100,000 Power On Hours(Consecutive/Cumulative POH)
Assumption : ..........................Used in a normall office environment at room temperature.
-POH per year.........................3,000
-ON/OFF cycles per year........600
-Operating duty cycle..............20% of power on time (Seek: 5% of operating time)
4.2 Tray cycle test...................................30,000 times
No degeneration in the mechanical part after test
4.3 Actuator mechanism ........................1,000,000 full stroke seek
4.4 MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) ...........0.5 h
4.5 Component life .................................5 years or 2,000 h of Laser radiating time
Assumption : ..........................Used in a normall office environment.
5. POWER REQUIREMENTS
5.1 Power Requirements AC ADAPTOR
INPUT : 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz
OUTPUT : 5V/12V 1.5A
6. AUDIO PERFORMANCE
Output Level (1kHz, 0dB) ........................................................0.7Vrms typical
Frequency Response ..............................................................+/-3dB (20 to 20,000Hz)
*
Which is not provided with Circuit Diagram of this model. Please Contact the friendly staff of LG
Service Care at: Website http: //www.LGEservice.com
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OPERATING MANUAL
Contents
Introduction
System requirements ................................................................................14
Important precautions ...............................................................................15
Location and function of controls ...............................................................16
Installation
Hardware Installation ................................................................................17
Removing the USB converter cable ..........................................................18
Operation
Loading and ejecting a disc .......................................................................19
Playing a music CD....................................................................................20
Playing DVD video and MPEG2 movie video ...........................................20
Appendix
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................21
WARNING: Only drives bearing the logo Compact Disc ReWritable Ultra Speed
can write or erase Ultra Speed CD-RW media.
Ultra Speed CD-RW Media may be recognized by the same Compact Disc
ReWritable.
Ultra Speed logo on the disc label or packaging material.
Attempting to write to Ultra Speed CD-RW media using CD-RW drives NOT
bearing the logo Compact Disc ReWritable Ultra Speed may result in data loss.
DVD+R Double Layer media may have compatibility problem with other drives.
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Introduction
Cautions
System meeting the following requirements is needed in order to use USB
2.0 operation with this drive.
• Computer that is equipped with a USB 2.0 – compliant USB connector or
PCI adapter card, and on which the USB 2.0 EHCI (Enhanced Host
Controller Interface) driver software 1) has been installed.
1)
The USB 2.0 EHCI driver software is supplied with currently available PCI
adapter cards that conform to USB 2.0. Further, Microsoft has released the USB
2.0 EHCI driver software for Windows XP, therefore it is also possible to use this
driver software with Windows XP.
If you want to know in detail, please contact your USB 2.0 adapter dealer or consult
your PC manufacturer, or consult the Microsoft Corporation Web site.
•
To achieve maximum Record & Write speed your system may require
data to be copied first to the computer’s hard drive rather than directly
from another source disc or drive.
System requirements
Computer
This unit can be operated in the system environment explained here.
Pentium 4 2.8GHz or Higher with IBM PC or Compatible.
System
CPU
requirements Memory 512MB of RAM or greater.
Hard disk
10GB or more free space. (The free space needed for writing
depends on the quantity of data.)
Interface
USB port or IEEE1394 port
CD-ROM drive
For Software installation
Software Required
OS
Windows 2000 Professional/XP(Home Edition/ Professional),
Direct X 9.0 or Higher is required.
CD-R, CD-RW,
DVD-R, DVD-RW,
DVD+R, DVD+RW,
DVD-RAM discs
CD-R : LG, Mitsubishi Chemical, Verbatim, Taiyo Yuden, TDK
or SKC discs are recommended.
CD-RW : LG, Ricoh, Mitsubishi Chemical, Verbatim discs are
recommended.
DVD-R : Maxell, Taiyo Yuden, JVC are recommended.
DVD-RW : JVC, Mitsubishi Chemical, TDK are recommended.
DVD+R : Mitsubishi Chemical, Verbatim are recommended.
DVD+RW : TDK, FujiFilm, Ricoh are recommended.
DVD-RAM : Maxell, Panasonic are recommended.
DVD+R DL : Mitsubishi Chemical is recommended.
* Compatibility problem in write/read function may occur with some DVD+R Double
Layer media depending on the media manufacturing quality.
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Important precautions
Follow these precautions when handling the drive or discs.
Precautions
Please note that the manufacturer of this equipment does not offer any warranty
against data loss due to inappropriate installation, handling, direct or indirect
damages. Please note that the manufacturer will bear no responsibility for direct
or indirect damages (including lost data)caused by the use of this product or its
malfunction.
Please backup(copy) all important data as protection against data loss.
Installation
Avoid placing the drive in a location subject to:
- high humidity
- high temperature
- mechanical vibration
- direct sunlight
- excessive dust
Operation
Don’t move the drive suddenly from a cold place to warm one.
Condensation may cause abnormal operation.
Make sure to remove the disc before moving the drive to prevent the possible
damage to the disc.
Prevent foreign objects, such as liquids or metal, from entering the drive and in
the case a foreign object enters the drive, please consult the dealer where the
drive was purchased.
Don’t interrupt the electric power while the drive is operating.
While drive is operating, don’t move the drive or give a shock to the drive, since it
can cause damages to the disc.
AC Adapter
Don’t plug in or remove the AC adapter using wet hands.
Don’t damage the AC adapter by scratching, modifying, or bending its prongs.
Use only supplied AC adapter.
Don’t disassemble the AC adapter.
Operation through a USB hub cannot be guaranteed.
When connecting with USB1.1 interface, picture and sound may be disrupted
while watching DVD Video due to lack of data transfer speed.
For smoother playback of DVDs, high-speed USB 2.0 should be used.
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Location and function of controls
This dr iv e should be used only in its current hardware and softw are
configur ation.
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
1. Disc Tray
2. Drive activity indicators
The LED used to indicate the oper ation of External Super Multi DVD
Rewriter.
Read:
The green color is displayed during disc reading session.
Write:
The green color is flashed during disc writing sessions.
(CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW)
The green color is displayed during disc writing session.
(DVD-RAM, DVD-R/RW)
3. Emergency Eject Hole
4. Stop/Eject Button
5. 1394 Connector (6 pin) -This connector is used to connect to the 1394
FireWire.
6. USB Connector - This connector is used to connect to the USB
converter cable.
7. Power Switch - Use this switch to turn the drive on and off.
8. Power Connector - This connector is used to connect to the AC Power
adapter cord.
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Installation
Hardware Installation
Connecting to computer
NOTES
• Make sure you have a personal
computer with an open USB port or
IEEE 1394 port before connecting the
drive to your computer.
ON OFF
• You cannot use the FireWire
[IEEE 1394] and USB interfaces
simultaneously.
• Power for all device should be turn off
before attaching the cables.
To AC wall
outlet.
Connect the drive to the computer as
shown in figure.
1. Connect the USB converter cable [or
IEEE 1394 cable] to the External
Super Multi DVD Rewriter.
2. Connect the other end of the USB
converter cable [or IEEE 1394 cable]
to your computer.
OR
3. Connect the AC adapter plug to the
power connector at the rear of the
drive.
Attach the AC adapter to the AC wall
outlet.
4. When the computer is ready, confirm
that the drive is detected. And then,
insert the supplied software CD into
the External Super Multi DVD Rewriter
and install the software.
NOTES
•
•
Please do not turn off the drive while the computer is searching for the drive.
If you turn off the drive, normal operation of the computer will not be possible.
Please do not connect the AC adapter and USB 2.0 converter cable by any means
other than specified above.
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Removing the USB converter cable
The drive supports the plug and play(not swap) function of Windows, and
can be removed and inserted by performing the following operation.
1. Stop the application softwre being currently used.
2. Clic k the icon "
side .
" of the taskbar located on your screen's bottom right
3. Click "Safely Remove USB Mass Storage Device-Drive[x:]".
4. Click "Ok" and then remove the USB converter cable.
NOTE
Don’t remove the USB convter cable when the busy indicator on the drive
blinks, or during computer startup.
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Operation
Loading and ejecting a disc
Remember - AC adapter must be connected.
Make sure the power is turned on.
Loading a disc
1. Push the Eject Button to open the Disc tray.
2. Load a disc. (Label facing up.)
3. Close the Disc tray.
Ejecting a disc
1. Push the Eject Button to open the Disc tray.
2. Removing the disc.
3. Close the Disc tray after removing the disc.
Emergency Eject
This drive has a feature that allows the CD to be ejected manually in case of
a drive failure or a power outage.
NOTE: Don’t use this feature except in an emergency.
1) Turn the power OFF.
2) Poke a fine-tipped object (such as a straightened heavy duty paper clip)
into the small hole above the eject button. The front door will pop open
and the disk tray will come partway out.
3) Pull the front door to open it all the way, then grip the disc tray between
thumb and forefinger and gently pull it straight out.
NOTE: Use this feature for an
ermergency purpose only.
Using it excessively will cause
malfunction.
* If you cannot get a good grip on the disc tray with your fingers, use a steel
binder clip or spring clamp to pull it out.
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Playing a music CD
Listening to sound
When connected to a computer, you can play audio CD’s through your
computer’s audio system after setting Digital Audio mode.
Check your Windows or “Windows Media Player” manual for detail.
Playing DVD video and MPEG2 movie video
The drive must be connected to a computer, and basic installation already
done. Install the ‘PowerDVD’ software to your PC.
Inserting the disc will automatically start installation. Follow the wizard.
After installation, remove the PowerDVD software and put it away for
safekeeping.
Inserting a DVD Video disc into the drive and it will play automatically.
NOTES
• DVD video region code:
Each region around the world has a different region number on the DVD
video movies being sold in a region.
The region code can be changed to other regions up to 5 times by using
the software decoder (PowerDVD).
If you change the region code 5 times, the drive will lock onto the last (5th
change) region code, and cannot change the drive to another region code.
This limitation is a requirement as licensees of DVD drive technology.
• When connecting with USB1.1 interface, due to it’s slow transfer time,
picture and sound may be disrupted when trying to view a DVD
movie.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing problems with the drive, verify the following items.
Since the problem may be caused by a device other than the drive, check
other things such as system settings or other software being used, etc.
If you cannot resolve the problem after verifying these items, contact your
dealer or our customer service department.
Problem
Possible Cause
Cannot play a DVD
or CD in the drive or
certain types of discs
cannot be read in the
drive.
1. The disc is not inserted
correctly.
2. The disc is dirty.
3. The pick-up lens is dirty.
4. The disc is scratched or
warped.
5. The disc uses a region
code that cannot be
played on the drive.
1. Reinsert the disc
correctly.
2. Clean the disc surface.
3. Clean the pick-up lens.
4. Change the disc.
Disc tray cannot be
opened
1. AC Plug is not connected
to AC outlet.
2. Power Switch is not
turned on.
1. Connect the AC plug
tightly.
2. Turn the Power Switch on
and try again.
Drive is not detected
by the system.
1. The USB 2.0 converter
cable is not properly
connected.
2. Power Switch is not
turned on.
1.Make sure USB 2.0 converter
cable is connected properly
and re-install the device driver.
2. Turn the Power Switch on
and try again.
Drive will not play
media or certain
types of CD or DVD
media
1. The disc doesn’t match
your system. Is the media
disc the correct format for
the type of system that
you are using.
1. Check the disc format.
(on a PC an ISO 9660 IBM
compatible PC format as
opposed to Apple/Mac HFS
disc or UNIX disc
formats will not function)
2. Has the Windows DVD-ROM
software driver program
been corrupted by a virus?
Run a Virus Scan program
and repair if possible.
2. Virus possibility.
Possible Solution
5. Refer to your system
manual for help.
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DISASSEMBLY
1. TOP COVER
3. USB/I1394 BRIDGE BOARD
A. Remove 6 side rubbers and release 8 screws(A).
B. And then, remove 2 side panels and Top cover in
the direction of arrow(1).(see Fig.1-1)
A. Remove Top Shield and Plate Assembly.
B. Release 4 screws(B) and remove the USB/1394
bridge board in the direction of arrow(3).(See Fig. 1-3)
Top Cover
(1)
Top Shield
Side Rubbers
(E)
Plate Assembly
(E)
(A)
Side Panel
(A)
(3)
(B)
(B)
Fig. 1-1
USB/1394 Bridge Board
(B)
2. INTETNAL DVD MULTI DRIVE
A. Remove the internal DVD Multi drive in the direction
of arrow(2). (See Fig.1-2)
Internal DVD
Multi Drive
(2)
Base Cover
Fig. 1-2
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(B)
Fig. 1-3
EXPLODED VIEW
250
5
265
4
263
264
PBS00(USB/1394 C.B.A)
3
413
A40
003
266
2
262
261
413
1
260
A
B
C
D
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E
24
F
G
H
MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
• MODEL: GSA-5120D
LOCA.NO
PART NO(GS)
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
REMARKS
ASSEMBLE PARTS SECTION
A40
6779H-1006B
DVD MULTI DRIVER ASSY
JRP1 GSA-5120D
PARTS SECTION
250
3550H-1110A
COVER
TOP(JRP1) GSA-5120D WHITE
260
3551H-1031A
COVER ASSEMBLY
BOTTOM(JRP1) GSA-5210D
261
5240H-1100A
RUBBER
SIDE HOOT(JRP1)
262
3550H-1112A
COVER
SIDE PANEL(JRP1)
263
3550H-1113A
COVER
BACK PANEL(JRP1)
264
3301H-1017A
PLATE ASSEMBLY
BOTTOM SHIELD(JRP1)
265
3300H-1242A
PLATE
TOP SHIELD(JRP1)
266
5240H-1101A
RUBBER
BOTTOM HOOT(JRP1)
PBS00
6871H-3601A
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY
USB2.0/1394 BRIDGE BOARD
003
3061H-1145A
BEZEL ASSEMBLEY
SILVER(JRP1)
SCREW
413
IMPC032418
SCREW, PAN HEAD
D3.0 L8.0 MSWR3/FZY
MACHINE
Note: Refer to DVD MULTI DRIVER ASSY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST in order to look for the part number
of A40.
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MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
• MODEL: GSA-5160D
LOCA.NO
PART NO(GS)
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
REMARKS
ASSEMBLE PARTS SECTION
A40
6779H-1018B
DVD MULTI DRIVER ASSY
JRP1 GSA-5160D
PARTS SECTION
250
3550H-1110A
COVER
TOP(JRP1) GSA-5120D WHITE
260
3551H-1031A
COVER ASSEMBLY
BOTTOM(JRP1) GSA-5210D
261
5240H-1100A
RUBBER
SIDE HOOT(JRP1)
262
3550H-1112A
COVER
SIDE PANEL(JRP1)
263
3550H-1113A
COVER
BACK PANWL(JRP1)
264
3301H-1017A
PLATE ASSEMBLY
BOTTOM SHIELD(JRP1)
265
3300H-1242A
PLATE
TOP SHIELD(JRP1)
266
5240H-1101A
RUBBER
BOTTOM HOOT(JRP1)
PBS00
6871H-3601A
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY
USB2.0/1394 BRIDGE BOARD
003
3061H-1145A
BEZEL ASSEMBLEY
SILVER(JRP1)
SCREW
413
IMPC032418
SCREW, PAN HEAD
D3.0 L8.0 MSWR3/FZY
MACHINE
Note: Refer to DVD MULTI DRIVER ASSY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST in order to look for the part number
of A40.
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BLOCK DIAGRAM (USB2.0/1394 BRIDGE BOARD)
+3.3V
FLASH
39VF010
IDE
INTERFACE
EEPROM
24LC02B
A0-A14
D0-D7
OE
CE
P34
P35
CHIP
PL-3507
+3.3V
V BUS
DM
DP
DMARS
DPRS
D0-D7
CTL0-CTL1
CPNA
LPS
LINKON
PD
CRYSTAL
12MHZ
USB
PORT
PHY
FW802B
CRYSTAL
24.576MHZ
+3.3V
XTPA0+
XTPA0XTPB0+
XTPB0XTPBIAS0
1394 PORT1
V BUS
+3.3V
+3.3V
REGULATOR
AIC1117-CY
+5V
XTPA1+
XTPA1XTPB1+
XTPB1XTPBIAS1
REGULATOR
PJ34063
1394 PORT2
+12V
+5V
DEVICE
POWER
+12V +5V
SWITCH
POWER DIN
+12V +5V
27
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM(USB2.0/1394 BRIDGE BOARD)
U1
124
125
126
2
3
4
5
6
IDERSTJ
DIOWJ
DIORJ
DMACKJ
IORDY
INTRQ
DMARQ
R2
3.3V
R3
4
DA0
DA1
DA2
CSJ0
CSJ1
WE
CE
USB VBUS
R10
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
PD8
PD9
PD10
PD11
PD12
PD13
PD14
PD15
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
R24
SYSRST
GND
GND
GND
R25
GND
61
72
73
74
76
77
78
79
80
106
105
104
56
115
88
1
32
64
92
101
103
30
31
63
89
127
128
93
97
102
R18
3.3V
R20
SYSRST
C2
3
3.3V
3.3V
R26
3.3V
2.5V
EXTSEL USB
3.3V
C3
2.5V
2.5V
2.5V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
L2
3.3V
2
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
L3
3.3V
GND
USB 2.5V
USB 3.3V
USB 3.3V
USB 3.3V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
R38
L6
GP1[0]
GP1[1]
GP1[2]
GP1[3]
GP1[4]
GP1[5]
GP1[6]
GP1[7]
GP0[0]
GP0[1]
GP0[2]
GP0[3]
GP0[4]
GP0[5]
GP0[6]
GP0[7]
FIRE_DIO[0]
FIRE_DIO[1]
FIRE_DIO[2]
FIRE_DIO[3]
FIRE_DIO[4]
FIRE_DIO[5]
FIRE_DIO[6]
FIRE_DIO[7]
FIRE_LREQ
FIRE_CTL[0]
FIRE_CTL[1]
FIRE_SCLK
FIRE_LPS
FIRE_LINKON
FIRE_PD
FIRE_CPNA
P0[0]
P0[1]
P0[2]
P0[3]
P0[4]
P0[5]
P0[6]
P0[7]
DMA_DIO[0]
DMA_DIO[1]
DMA_DIO[2]
DMA_DIO[3]
DMA_DIO[4]
DMA_DIO[5]
DMA_DIO[6]
DMA_DIO[7]
P2[0]
P2[1]
P2[2]
P2[3]
P2[4]
P2[5]
P2[6]
P2[7]
DMA_DIO[8]
DMA_DIO[9]
DMA_DIO[10]
DMA_DIO[11]
DMA_DIO[12]
DMA_DIO[13]
DMA_DIO[14]
DMA_DIO[15]
P1[0]
P1[1]
P1[2]
P1[3]
P1[4]
P1[5]
P1[6]
P1[7]
SYS_RSTJ
TEST_MODE[0]
TEST_MODE[1]
PHY_TEST
FT32_EN
SCAN_ENB
IDEBLK_EN
EXTSEL_USB
FCPU_50M
REG25VOUT
REG_VCC
REG_GND
VDD25
VDD25
USB_VDD25
VCC33
VCC33
VCC33
USB_VCC33
USB_VCC33
USB_VCC33
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
AGND
AGND
AGND
P3[0]
P3[1]
P3[2]
P3[3]
P3[4]
P3[5]
P3[6]
P3[7]
USB_DP
USB_DM
USB_RREF
USB_RPU
USB_DPRS
USB_DMRS
XSCI
XSCO
NC
NC
NC
NC
IDERSTJ
1
2
3
4
8
7
RP3
6
5
PD7
PD6
PD5
PD4
1
2
3
4
PD3
PD2
PD1
PD0
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
OE
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
33
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
62
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
P30
J1
R1
8
7
6
5
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
RP1
GND
3.3V
DMARQ
DIOWJ
DIORJ
IORDY
DMACKJ
INTRQ
DA1
DA0
CSJ0
R7
CPNA_LU
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
96
95
94
98
100
99
90
91
D0_LU
D0_LU
D1_LU
D2_LU
D3_LU
D4_LU
D5_LU
D6_LU
D7_LU
LREQ_LU
CTL0_LU
CTL1_LU
SCLK_LU
LPS_LU
LINKON_LU
PD_LU
C1
R4
R5
R6
R8
R9
R11
R12
R14
R16
DASP
3.3V
R19
-RESET
DD07
DD06
DD05
DD04
DD03
DD02
DD01
DD00
GND
DMARQ
-DIOW
-DIOR
IORDY
-DMACK
INTRQ
DA01
DA00
-CS0
-DASP
GND
DD08
DD09
DD10
DD11
DD12
DD13
DD14
DD15
KEY
GND
GND
GND
CSEL
GND
-IOCS16
-PDIAG
DA02
-CS1
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
GND
1
2
3
4
RP2
PD8
PD9
PD10
PD11
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
RP4
PD12
PD13
PD14
PD15
8
7
6
5
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
R13
R15
R17
DA2
CSJ1
GND
LED1
U2
A11
A9
A8
A13
A14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
WE
3.3V
POWER ON
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A11
A9
A8
A13
A14
A17/NC
WE#
VDD
A18/NC
A16/NC
A15
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
OE#
A10
CE#
DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
VSS
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0
A0
A1
A2
A3
OE
A10
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
R22
OE
R23
CE
D2
D1
D0
A0
A1
A2
A3
USB VBUS
L1
R27
P34
P35
DM
DMRS
DPRS
42
ALE
43
PSENJ
EAIN 75
81
NC
82
83 NC
NC
EXTSEL USB
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
44
57
58
59
60
U3
R30
DP
DM
1
2
3
4
R34
A0
A1
A2
GND
4
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
R29 DP
3.3V
8
VCC
7
WP
SCL 6
SDA 5
J2
CM1
R28
5
R32
P35
P34
3.3V
3.3V
R31
VCC(RED)
D-(WHITE)
D+(GREEN)
GND(BLACK)
SHIELD
L4
R33
DPRS
DMRS
84
85
86
87
R35
R36
3.3V
C4
R37
L5
Y1
C5
C6
C7
3.3V
2.5V
USB 2.5V
1
C8
A
USB 3.3V
C9
C10
B
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C
28
C20
C21
D
29
E
F
XTPBIAS1
1394VCC
1394VCC
R39
J3
PWR
TPA+
TPATPB+
TPBGND
SHLD
SHLD
4
1
6
5
4
3
2
7
8
BUS POWER
R40
C23
R22
R41
XTPA1+
XTPA1XTPB1+
XTPB1-
R42
R43
R44
R45
Y2
R45
XO
3.3V
XI
R47
CM2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
8 7
7 6
6 5
5
R48
C25
C24
R49
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
L23
A3.3V
A3.3V
SCLK_LU
XO
XI
PLLVSS
PLLVDD
F1
C26
C27
VSS
SYSCLK
VDD
/RESET
XO
XI
PLLVSS
PLLVDD
VSS
R1
R0
VSSA
VSSA
VDDA
VDDA
VSSA
R50
L7
C28
LREQ_LU
CTL0_LU
CTL1_LU
D0_LU
D1_LU
D2_LU
D3_LU
3
D4_LU
D5_LU
D6_LU
D7_LU
C34
C35
C36
8
7
6
5
C37
C38
C39
C40
3.3V
LP5
L27
L28
3.3V
C41
PLLVDD
U4
3.3V
L8
LINKON_LU
C30
XTPBIAS0
C29
2
C31
PD_LU
R58
R59
L30
1394VCC
3.3V
XTPA0+
XTPA0XTPB0+
XTPB0-
R52
PC1
R53
R54
PC2
R55
3.3V
R56
R60
3.3V
R61
R57
CM3
SHLD
L31
L10
XTPBIAS1
XTPA1+
XTPA1XTPB1+
XTPB1XTPBIAS0
XTPA0+
XTPA0XTPB0+
XTPB0-
PC0
3.3V
BUS POWER
R62
R63
R64
R65
A3.3V
A3.3V
3.3V
L9
J3
1
PWR 6
TPA+ 5
TPA- 4
TPB+ 3
TPB- 2
GND 7
SHLD 8
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
L29
PLLVSS
C42
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VDDA
TPBIAS1
TPA1+
TRA1_
TPB1+
TPB1TPBIAS0
TPA0+
TPA0TPB0+
TPB0-
PC0
PC1
PC2
C33
1
2
3
4
CPNA_LU
LPS_LU
3.3V
C32
1
2
3
4
LREQ
VSS
CTL0
CTL1
D0
D1
VDD
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
VSS
CNA
LPS
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
32
A3.3V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
L24
L25
8 L26
7
LP4
6
5
VDD
C/LKON
PD
PC0
PC1
PC2
/ISO
CPS
VSS
VDD
VDD
SE
SM
VDDA
VDDA
VSSA
R51
C43
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
R66
R67
R69
C45
C44
R68
1
A
B
C
D
30
31
E
F
5V
U5
6
1394VCC
R70
1
8
7
C46
4
2
VCC
3.3V
3
SE
L32
L11
SG
COMP
DC
IPK
GND
C47
4
C48
C49
VIN
VOUT
ADJ(GND)
5
D2
A3.3V
U6
D1
C50
C60
R71
2
L12
1
C51
C53
C52
3
TC
C54
R72
J5
L14
J6
1
2
3
4
3
L15
2
1
3
C55
L16
C56
C57
RV1
SI
SO
R73
POWER ON
2
R74
1
JS1
1
3
5
SI
2
4
R21
J7
2
3
12 V
C58
L17
S1
1
2
3
4
L18
4
5
6
SO
R75
L19
5V
C59
L20
L21
D3
RV2
L22
5V
1
A
B
C
D
32
33
E
F
SECTION II DVD MULTI DRIVE ASSY
DISASSEMBLY
1. CABINET and CIRCUIT BOARD
DISASSEMBLY
1-1. Bottom Chassis
A. Release 4 screws (A) and remove the Bottom Chassis
in the direction of arrow (1). (See Fig.1-1)
1-3. Cabinet and Main Circuit Board
A. Remove the Cabinet in the direction of arrow (4).
(See Fig. 1-3)
B. Release 2 hooks (a) and remove the CD Tray
drawing forward.
C. Remove the Main Circuit Board in the direction of
arrow (5).
D. At this time, be careful not to damage the 4
connectors, are positioned at left and bottom sides,
of the Main Circuit Board.
Cabinet
(1)
(4)
Hooks (a)
(A)
Bottom Chassis
(5)
(A)
(A)
(A)
Fig. 1-1
Main
Circuit Board
1-2. Front Bezel Assy
A. Insert and press a rod in the Emergency Eject
Hole and then the CD Tray will open in the direction
of arrow (2).
B. Remove the Tray Door in the direction of arrow
(3) by pushing the stoppers forward.
C. Release 3 stoppers and remove the Front Bezel Assy.
Fig. 1-3
2. MECHANISM ASSY DISASSEMBLY
2-1. Pick-up Unit
A. Release screws (B).
B. Separate the Pick-up Unit in the direction of arrow (6).
Tray Door
(B)
(B)
(3)
Stoppers
Pick-up Unit
(6)
CD Tray
(2)
Front Bezel Assy
Mechanism Assy
Emergency Eject Hole
Fig. 1-2
Fig. 2-1
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2-2. Pick-up
A. Release 1 screw (C) and remove the Pick-up.
Pick-up Unit
(C)
(C)
Pick-up
Fig. 2-2
35
035
5
004
005
008
EXPLODED VIEW
011
006
012
014
009
015
420
4
PBM00 (MAIN C.B.A)
010
016
A03
A01
013
449
3
023
031
001
033
027
026
007
024
025
419
2
A02
430
020
024
452
029
413
028
430
020
452
413
003
021
002
413
030
032
413
452
050
1
452
021
A
B
C
D
36
E
37
F
G
H
DESCRIPTION OF CIRCUIT
1. ALPC (Automatic Laser Power Control) Circuit
1-1. Block Diagram
CN101
Optical
Pick-up
LD
Driver
Write
Strategy
FsDAC
WDAC
49,46,45
36
32
31
IAPC
2.5VREF
FMON
16
13
14
buffer
LPF
&
Gain
S/H
MUX
RWAPC
IC101 (HD153722TF)
+
-
APCDAC
(REDA/WRDA)
SCLK, SDATA, WDEN
AMP
Buffer
S/H
B/H
37
32
33
36
10
9
LSRON
RFPDSH
WFPDSH
WRGATE2
TCPH
BCNT
R340
R342
76
85
75
72
106
108
66,65,61
IC301 (R8J32005FP)
C331
C334
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1-2. ALPC (Automatic Laser Power Control) Circuit
ALPC function DVD/CD anlaog front-end IC(IC101 HD153722TF) is for constant power control purpose. Based on the
accurate power sensor(FMON) in P/U, ALPC feedback loop maintains constant power level against laser diode’s
temperature variation.
The ALPC loop amplifies(10x) the FMON signal to enhance the accuracy of read power level control. Swithching of
amplification is made by combination of a logical WRGATE2 signal and a logical RWAPC signal.
There are two set of APCDAC, which are used at different term to monitor different power level. Generally, the one is used
at reading and the other one is used at writing. The logical WRGATE2 signal which is switched between reading and writing
changes the two APCDAC.
The ALPC loop supplies same currency (IAPC) to Laser Diode Driver(LDD) during reading and writing.
There is another ALPC which controls Full-Scale-DAC (FsDAC). FsDAC determines scale of WDAC of Laser Diode Driver.
MPU monitors write-power level of FMON signal and changes FsDAC directly to maintain constant write-power level. There
are two write power signal. The one is based on S/H signal and the other one is based on B/H(Bottom-Hold) signal. The
write power levels are monitored as digital levlels which are converted by built-in Anlog-Digital Converter in DSP. The MPU
monitors each write power level and calculates proper setting of FsDAC, and changes value through serial interface
between LDD and DSP.
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2. Focus Circuit
2-1. Block Diagram
(EF1~EF4)
A1~A4
DVD : A1+A2+A3+A4
CD : EF1+EF2+EF3+EF4
LPF
G
HAVC
LS
to
0.8V
5
G
HAVC
LS
to
V14
4
IC101
HD153722TF
LPF
Disc
Motor unit
B1~B4
(EF1~EF4)
Optical
Pick-up
HOP-8541T
DVD : (B1+B3)-(B2+B4)
CD : (EF1+EF3)-(EF2+EF4)
FOD
116
FACT-
Focusing
Compensator
35
FE
R334
FE
ADC
100
GND
101
PE
R615
FOIN
34
FE
C325
IC301
R8J32005FP
FACT- FACT+
FACT+
DAC
PE
FOD
40
IC601
42
C608
REF
1.65V
M63041AFP
EN1
20
CTL1
EN2
21
CTL2
2-2. Focus Servo
The aim of Focus Servo is to maintain the distance between object lens of P/U and disc surface, so that the
detected RF signal(A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B3, B4, EF1, EF2, EF3, EF4) can be maximized.
Focus Error Signal(FE) generates from focus error detection block in RF IC(HD153722) using Double knite
Edge method (DVD), spot size Detection method(CD).
Focus Gain and path can be changed at the RF IC(HD153722) according to the disc, and the resulting output
FE(HD153722 4pin) is input to DSP IC(HD153722 100pin).
The Focus Search operation is using FE, PE Signal, therefore check FE, PE signals when Focusing is failed.
The role of DSP IC(R8J32005FP) is Focus Digital Controller. The operation path is as follows;
FE Signal is input to DSP IC(R8J32005FP 100pin), and after A/D Conversion, Digital Equalizer Block and D/A
Conversion in R8J32005FP, the output signal FOD(R8J32005FP 116pin) is input to Drive IC(M63041AFP
40pin).
The drive output signal FACT+/FACT- generated according FOIN(M63041AFP 40pin), and drives focus actuator
in the P/U unit.
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3. Tracking & Sled Circuit
3-1-1. Block Diagram (Tracking Following)
IC101
HD153722TF
MPPO
(A+D)-(B+C)
L
P
F
SPPO
A1~A4
(F, E)
Disc
Motor unit
Optical
Pick-up
HOP-8541T
HAVC
LS
to
V14
L
P
F
G
DVD : (A1+A4)-(A2+A3)
CD : (EF1+EF2)-(EF3+EF4)-K*(E-F)
TE
6
TE
R337
C328
TRD
Tracking
Compensator
DAC
117
ADC
GND
103
TE
TACT- TACT+
SL2
119
Sled
Compensator
DAC
118
A+
IC301
R8J32005FP
SL1
AB+
B-
SLED MOTOR
Unit
TACT+
36
IC601
TACT-
37
M63041
AFP
ABA+
SL2N
SL1N
TRD
EN1
20
8
CTL1
10
SL2P
R347
1.65V
1.65V
CTL2
R350
SL1IN
6
SL1P
C339
EN2
21
SL2
2
SL2IN
B+
R348
TOIN
39
C340
R349
R384
3
9
SL1
C381
42
R374
REF
1.65V
42
3-1-2. Block Diagram (Seek)
IC101
HD153722TF
MPPO
(A+D)-(B+C)
(EF1~EF4)
A1~A4
SPPO
(F, E)
Disc
Motor unit
K*{(F+H)-(E+G)}
Optical
Pick-up
HOP-8541T
+
L
P
F
HAVC
LS
to
V14
L
P
F
G
6
TE1
VREF1
C114
(A+D)-(B+C)
-
7
TEIN
+
K*{(F+H)-(E+G)}
TACT- TACT+
L
P
F
A+
G
L
P
F
+
-
39
TZC
47
MIRR
VREF1
HAVC
LS
to
V14
MIRR
DET
AB+
SUMF
76
EQ
RFIP
77
AGC
B-
SLED MOTOR
Unit
TOP
HOLD
BOTTOM
HOLD
RFIN 75
60
59
MIRRTOPH
GND
MIRRBOTH
C118
C117
GND
GND
C328
TE
IC301
R8J32005FP
103
R337
Track Counter
and Timer
TE1
IP2MIRR
MIRR
TZC
55
58
M
U
X
A
D
C
Short
Seek
Algorithm
Tracking
Compensator
D
A
C
Sled
Compensator
D
A
C
TRD
117
SL2
Loog
Seek
Algorithm
119
118
SL1
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3-2-1. Tracking Servo
The aim of tracking servo is to make laser beam trace the data track on disc.
Tracking Error(TE) Signal is generated from tracking error detected block in HD153722 using DPP(Differential
Push-Pull) Method(CD) and PP(Push-Pull) Method(DVD).
DPP Method uses not only main beam(EF1~EF4) but also side beam(E, F) for correcting DC offset generated
in Push-Pull Method.
The remaining procedure of TE signal processing in R8J32005FP is similar to Focus Servo.
The role of DSP IC(R8J32005FP) is Tracking Digital Controller.
TE Signal is input to DSP IC(R8J32005FP 103pin), and after A/D Conversion, Digital Equalizer Block and D/A
Conversion in R8J32005FP, the output signal TRD(R8J32005FP 117pin) is input to Drive IC(39pin).
The drive output signal TACT+/TACT- generated according TOIN(M63041AFP 39pin), and drives tracking
actuator in the P/U unit.
3-2-2. Sled Servo
The working distance of tracking actuator is too short to cover whole disc radius.
Sled Servo make P/U move by little and little so that the laser beam keep tracing the data track on disc
continuously when tracking actuator reaches the working limit.
TE Signal is input to DSP IC(R8J32005FP 103pin), and after A/D Conversion, Digital Tracking Equalizer Block,
Digital Sled Compensator Block and D/A Conversion in R8J32005FP, the output signal SL1, SL2(R8J32005FP
118, 119pin) is input to Drive IC (M63041AFP 2, 3pin) after Low-Pass filtering.
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4. Spindle Circuit
4-1-1. Block Diagram(FGCAV Servo)
Optical
Pick-up
HOP-8541T
Disc
Motor unit
IC301
R8J32005FP
X301
33.8688MHz
XCO
VCK4M
Control Clock
Generator
254
XCL
255
SFG
SPD
SPD
88
R330
P
W
M
M
U
X
CAV FD
+
CAV PD
86
VCK4M
R326
R329
Motor Kick
REG
C319
3.3V
1.65V
SPIN
U
12
V
13
IC601
SPD
1
DAVC
42
1.65
M63041AFP
W
14
CTL1 20
CTL1
CTL2 21
CTL2
19
SFG
FG
4-1-2. FG CAV Servo
1) CD 40x CAV : CD-RW, CD-R, CD-ROM
2) DVD 8x CAV : DVD+RW, DVD-ROM dual
3) DVD 10x CAV : DVD+R
4) DVD 16x CAV : DVD-ROM(Single)
When drive read PRESS CD, Closed Session CD-R/RW, the spindle motor is controlled using FG CAV Spindle
Servo. FG signal(M63041AFP 19pin) input to SFG in DSP IC(IC301 86pin).
The spindle controller in DSP IC uses SFG as spindle rotation frequency feedback, therefore the FG CAV
Spindle Servo doesn't work well if FG generation is abnormal.
The spindle controller PWM output signal SPD(IC301 88pin) input to SPIN in Drive IC(M63041AFP 1pin)
after Low-Pass Filtering.
The PWM output signal U, V, W signal(M63041AFP 12, 13, 14pin) drives Spindle Motor without using a sensor,
and FG pulse output is generated as 18 pulses/rotation.
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4-2-1. Block Diagram (Wobble CLV Servo)
C119
C120
WAG1
C121
WAG2
WAG3
21 22
23
SA
85
ADO
SB
86
SC
Disc
Motor unit
SD
Optical
Pick-up
HOP-8541T
HPF
S
/
H
87
AGC1
HPF
HPF
+
AGC2
BCO
88
MA
95
MB
BPF
96
HPF
AGC3
MC
97
MD
98
HPF
WBLSH
IC101
HD153722TF
35
WBLSH
WOBSIG
+
46
VREF
-
IC301
R8J32005FP
56
SPD
SPD
88
R336
C319
1.65V
P
W
M
M
U
X
SP
Motor Kick
REG
PH
4-2-2. Wobble CLV Servo
DVD-RAM: 2x, 3x, 5x / DVD-R: 8x, 4x, 2x
/ DVD+R: (GSA-5120D : 12x, 8x, 4x, 2.4x,
GSA-5160D : 16x, 8x, 4x, 2.4x)
/ DVD-RW: 1x, 2x, 4x / DVD+RW: 2.4x, 4x
/ CD-R: 4x, 8x, 16x, 24x,32x, 40x / CD-RW: 4x, 8x, 10x, 16x, 24x
When drive write DVD-RAM/R/RW/+R/+RW/CD-R/CD-RW, the spindle motor is controlled using Wobble CLV
Spindle Servo.
The WOBSIG signal(HD153722TF 46pin) input to DSP IC(R8J32005FP 56pin). The DSP Controller in
R8J32005FP uses WOBSIG as linear velocity feed back, therefore the Wobble CLV Spindle Servo doesn’t
work well when WOBSIG signal is abnormal.
The spindle controller PWM output signal SPD (R8J32005FP 88pin) input to SPIN in Drive IC(M63024AFP
1pin) after Low-Pass Filtering.
The PWM output signal U,V, W signal(M63041AFP 12, 13, 14pin) drives Spindle Motor without using a sensor.
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MAJOR IC INTERNAL BLOCK DIAGRAM AND PIN DESCRIPTION
IC101 (HD153722TF) : RF AMP Analog Signal Processor
MIRRTOPH
MIRRBOTH
MIRRHPF
VDD4(3.3V)
MRSTB
SDEN
SDATA
SCLK
SVSY NC(TEST)
SVCLK(TEST)
GND1
67
BOTH
68
TOPH
69
EQON
EQOP
VDD1(3.3V)
70
SUBI/LPPSIG
71
SUBO/LPPMON
72
AGHPF2
AGHPF1
AFGU
73
EQFCF
74
IREFE
75
AGFR
(5V)VCC1
Pin Assignment
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
SUMF/SUMF2
76
50
DFT
RFIP
77
49
MCLK
RFIN
78
48
IP1/LPPOUT/AWOBSIGD
SRVREF
79
47
IP2/MIRR
FVREFO
80
46
WOBSIG
IREFT
81
45
RDGATE
VREF1
82
44
LO_ZB/SPDSH
HAVC
83
43
IDGATE
HAVC2
84
42
RFHLD/TISH1
SA
85
41
BLANK
SB
86
40
PWDETO
SC
87
39
TZC
SD
88
38
GND4
(3.3V)VDD2
89
37
RLDON
TRP
90
36
WGATE
TRN
91
35
WBLSH
FOP
92
34
MPDSH/SPDSH
FON
93
33
WFPDSH
GND2
94
32
RFPDSH
MA
95
31
SPBLVL/TISH2
HD153722TF
(TOP VIEW)
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ATEST
WAG3
WOBFCF
WAG1
WAG2
VRDC
VRDCN
(5V)VCC2
VRDC2N/PWRMON
GND3
LDOUT
AWOBSIG
FMD
26
FVREF
100
(3.3V)VDD3
WRFIN/LPSIN2
BHBETA/TIE
VDD5(3.3V)
PHBETA/TCE
27
BCENT
99
SIGM
BHC
WRFIP/LPSIN1
TEIN
28
TE
98
PE/ADIN1
GND5
MD
FE
LNDTRK
29
LE/LPS_A
30
97
LPS_B/ADIN0
96
WRFIS
MB
MC
Block Diagram
77
RFIP
78
RFIN
0.068u
48
D
47
D
12k
(*2)
0.47u
73
74
72
71
66
ACFU
AGFR
AGHPF1
AGHPF2
IREFE
42D
RFHLD/
TISH1
LO_ZB/
SPDSH
43D
IDGATE
45D
RDGATE
44D
76
SUMF/
SUMF2
0.068u
*3300p/0.1u
*3300p/0.068u
MREF1
4700p
65
EQFCF
*3300p
Lo-Z Function by IDGATE
.
fast mode „ =.3.3us
(Ri=1k/20k switch)
molk
to MIRR DEFECT
EQOR
RF SUM/SUB
(RGA)
SUMF2
to WRF
64
SLEO/LPPMON
63
SLEI/LPPSIG
M
U
X
SUBP,N
RF
EQ
HP3
M
U
X
IP1/LFPOUT/AWOBSIGD
IP2/MIRR
RF
AGC
HP2
MIRR
EQON
EQAUTO
ATEST
molk
ID
DET
68
EQOS
LPPMON/EQOS/RRF/WRF
M
U
X
69
BHC
25
23
15.000p
LPP
SLEW
molk
2,200p
VREF1
95
MA
96
MB
97
98
MC
Pick
I/F
2
Wobble
S/H
WOB
F0-CNT.
AGC1
SUB
BPF
AGC3
24
AWOESIG
26
WOBSIG
45
D
0.15u
COMP
MD
WOEFCF
COMP
AGC2
4
85
SA
86
SB
87
88
BPO
S/H
main
91
TRN
TE
BALANCE
TE
HAVC2
S/H
FE
BALANCE
PE/
PE
MPP
ADIN1
RRF
SPP
HFPE
LPS_B/
ADIN0
SHPE
HFSUM
MPDSH/
SPDSH
LE&LPS
SVCLK
HFSB
HFSB
SVSYNC
MUX
LE/LPS_A
LO_ZB/SPDSH
LPSIN1
LPSIN2
pin
100
WRFIN/LPSIN2
1
79
SRVREF
81
IREFT
82
VREF1
80
FVREFO
56
D
55
D
53
D
57
D
WRF
WRFIS
M
U
X
SCLK
SDATA
TZC
WRF
MCLK
RECD
BLANK
MIRRTOPH
MIRRBOTH
VREF1(=2.1V)
FVREF0(=2.5V)
EQOP/N
MIRR
DEFECT
IP2/MIRR pin
MIRR
to LPF A/D
3
to LPF A/D
51
D/A
52
D
2
to LPF A/D
0.47u
39
D
49
D/A
41
D
60
0.033u
59
MIRRHPF
58
TOPH
62
0.033u
0.1u
Power
Cont.
Serial
Cont.
Reg
5
RECD
VHALH(=VDD/2)
VREF
TZC
molk
MRSTB
SDEN
to LPF A/D
TEIN
SAV
BOPH
61
DFT
50
D
0.033u
0.068u
RFHLD/TISH1 pin
SPBLVL/TISH2
TIE
36
D
37D
WGATE
33
D
32
D
WFPDSH
13
D
14
D
FVREF
RLDON
31
D
SPBLVL
LO_ZB/SPDSH
APC
CGAOUT
PWWMON
BHOUT
10
D
27
20
57
38
12
15
89
94
70
GND1
GND2
VDD1
GND2
VDD2
GND4
VDD3
VDD5
PWDETO
16
10
11
9
67
Digital power 3.3V
17
75
SIGM
SIGM
to LPF A/D
to LPF A/D
to LPF A/D
RFHLD/TISH1 pin
VCC1
20
PHBETA/TCE
BHBETA/TIE
BCENT
each blocks
VCC2
19
In the case of
analog APC
LDOUT
VRDCN
18
VRDC
VRDC2N/
PWRMON
FMD
R-OPC
OPC
BPO
GND5
VDD4
RFPDSH
8
to LPF A/D
analog power 5V
8200p
RF power 3.3V
33u
0.01u
0.01u
10u
20k(*1)
SUMF2
680k
power 3.3V
to LPF A/D
4
WBLSH
WRFIP/LPSIN1
5
MPP SPP
FE
FOP/
FON
99
0.12u
30
D
to LE
2
84
34
D
0.1u
DPD
TRP/
TRN
FON
HAVC
35
22
S/H
to TE
2
FOP
83
pick-up I/F
WAG2
LNDTRK
TRP/N
4
sub
reference level
21
0.12u
SD
TRP
93
23
WAG1
SC
90
92
WAG3
VREF1
to A/D
0.1u
*HPF fo=1KHz
analog power 3.3V
... Combined pin
D
... digital pin
D/A
... digital/analog pin
(*1)(*)...1% Resister
48
• Pin Description
Pin no.
Pin Name
Type
1
WRFIS
Analog-Input
2
LE/LPS_A
Analog-Output
Lens error and lens shift signal output terminal.
3
LPS_B/ADIN0
Analog-Output
Lens shift and Renesas test signal output terminal.
4
FE
Analog-Output
Focus error output terminal.
5
PE/ADIN1
Analog-Output
PE and Renesas test signal output terminal.
6
TE
Analog-Output
Tracking error output terminal.
7
TEIN
Analog-Input
8
SIGM
Analog-Output
Analog signal monitoring output terminal.
9
BCENT
Analog-Output
OPC center signal output terminal.
10
PHBETA/TCE
Analog-Output
OPC top hold level signal & APC write sampling signal
output terminal / tilt servo detecting output terminal.
11
BHBETA/TIE
Analog-Output
OPC bottom hold level signal & R-OPC sampling signal
output terminal / tilt servo detecting output terminal.
12
VDD3
Power
13
FVREF
Analog-Input
Reference voltage for APC input terminal.
14
FMD
Analog-Input
APC monitor diode input terminal.
15
GND3
Ground
16
LDOUT
Analog-Output
17
VCC2
Power
18
VRDC2N/PWRMON
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect laser driver control filters for APC
read / SH monitor output terminal
19
VRDCN
External-components required
Terminal to connect laser driver control filters for APC
read.
20
VRDC
External-components required
Terminal to connect laser driver control filters for APC
read.
21
WAG1
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect WOBBLE AGC detector capacitor.
22
WAG2
23
WAG3
24
WOBFCF
External-capacitor required
OB-BPFf0 auto-adjustment external capacitor
connected terminal
25
ATEST
Analog-Output
Renesas analog test signal output terminal.
26
AWOBSIG
Analog-Output
Analog-level WOBBLE signal output terminal.
27
VDD5
Power
28
BHC
External-capacitor required
29
GND5
Ground
30
LNDTRK
Digital-Input
Balance adjustment mode selection.
31
SPBLVL/TISH2
Digital-Input
R-OPC WRF signal sampling pulse input terminal
/Tilt servo detecting sampling pulse input terminal.
32
RFPDSH
Digital-Input
APC read system sampling pulse input terminal..
33
WFPDSH
Digital-Input
APC write system sampling pulse input terminal.
34
MPDSH/SPDSH
Digital-Input
Pick-Up input sampling pulse input terminal.
35
WBLSH
Digital-Input
WOBBLE sampling pulse input terminal.
36
WGATE
Digital-Input
Read/Write control input terminal.
49
Function
WRF single input terminal.
TZC detectng TE signal input terminal.
Power supply sonnected terminal(3.3V).
Ground connection terminal.
Terminal to control laser drivers for APC read system.
Power supply connected terminal(5V).
Power supply connected terminal(3.3V).
External capacitor for LPP bottom hold terminal.
Ground connected terminal.
Pin no.
Pin Name
Type
Function
37
RLDON
Digital-Input
38
GND4
Ground
39
TZC
Digital-Output
Tracking zero cross signal digital output terminal.
40
PWDETO
Digital-Output
Laser diode over power detection output terminal.
41
BLANK
Digital-Output
Record/non-record detecting output terminal / BD
detecting output terminal.
42
RFHLD/TISH1
Digital-Input
RF hold control signal input terminal / Tilt servo detecting
sampling pulse input terminal.
43
IDGATE
Digital-Input
ID Select pulse input terminal.
44
LO_ZB/SPDSH
Digital-Input
Low-z (reversal) pulse input terminal / Pickup input
sampling pulse input terminal.
45
RDGATE
Digital-Input
Read gate signal input terminal.
46
WOBSIG
Digital-Output
WOBBLE signal output terminal.
47
IP2/MIRR
Digital-Output
ID detection signal output terminal / Mirror detection
output terminal.
48
IP1/LPPOUT
/AWOBSIGD
Digital-Output
ID detection signal output terminal / LPP detection output
terminal / AWOBSIG digital output terminal.
49
MCLK
Digital/Analog-Input
50
DFT
Digital-Output
51
SVCLK
Digital-Input
Renesas test input terminal
52
SVSYNC
Digital-Input
Renesas test input terminal
53
SCLK
Digital-Input
Serial I/F clock input terminal.
54
SDATA
Digital-Input/Output
55
SDEN
Digital-Input
Serial I/F enable input terminal.
56
MRSTB
Digital-Input
Master-reset(reversal) input terminal.
57
VDD4
Power
58
MIRRHPF
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect Mirror envelope detector HPF capacitor.
59
MIRRBOTH
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect Mirror envelope detector bottom hold
capacitor.
60
MIRRTOPH
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect Mirror envelope detector top hold
capacitor
61
BOTH
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect envelope bottom hold capacitor.
62
TOPH
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect envelope top hold capacitor.
63
SUBI/LPPSIG
Analog-Input
64
SUBO/LPPMON
Analog-Output
ID dtecting HPF output terminal / LPP detecting HPF
output terminal.
65
EQFCF
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect RF-equalizer fc auto-adjustment
external capacitor
Input terminal to control laser driver output for APC read.
Ground connection terminal[digital].
Main clock input terminal / Equalizer fc auto-adjustment
control clock input terminal / LPP output pulse width
control clock input terminal / WOB-BPFf0 auto-tracking
clock input terminal.
Defect detection output terminal.
Serial I/F data input/output terminal.
power supply connected terminal(3.3V)(digital).
ID detecting HPF input terminal / LPP detecting HPF input
terminal.
50
Pin no.
Pin Name
Type
66
IREFE
External-resistor required
67
GND1
Ground
68
EQON
Differential-Output
RF Equalizer differential output terminal.
69
EQOP
Differential-Output
RF Equalizer differential output terminal.
70
VDD1
External capacitor required
Terminal to connect AGC-DET input high pass filter
capacitor.
71
AGHPF2
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect AGC high pass filter capacitor.
72
AGHPF1
External-capacitor required
Terminal to connect AGC high pass filter capacitor.
73
AGFU
External-capacitor required
AGC filter connecting terminal.
74
AGFR
External-capacitor required
AGC filter connecting terminal.
75
VCC1
power
76
SUMF/SUMF2
Analog-Input/
External-capacitor required
77
RFIP
Differential-Input
RF differential input terminal.
78
RFIN
Differential-Input
RF differential input terminal.
79
SRVREF
Analog-Input
80
FVREFO
Analog-Output
81
IREFT
External-resistor required
82
VREF1
Analog-Output
83
HAVC
Analog-Input
Pick-Up reference voltage input terminal.
84
HAVC2
Analog-Input
Pick-Up reference voltage input terminal.
85
SA
Analog-Input
Sub beam 4D input terminal.
86
SB
87
SC
88
SD
89
VDD2
Power
90
TRP
Differential-Input
Tracking error differential direct input terminal.
91
TRN
92
FOP
Differential-Input
Focus error differential direct input terminal.
93
FON
94
GND2
Ground
95
MA
Analog-Input
Main beam 4D input terminal.
96
MB
97
MC
98
MD
99
WRFIP/LPSIN1
Analog-Input
WRF differential/Lens shift signal input terminal.
100
WRFIN/LPSIN2
Analog-Input
WRF differential/Lens shift signal input terminal.
51
Function
Terminal to connect RF-equalizer fc setting extermal
resistor.
Ground connected terminal.
Power suypply connected terminal(5V).
SUM RF input/SUM differential amp DC filter connected
terminal.
DSP supply voltage (3.3V) input terminal.
2.5V reference bias voltage output terminal.
Terminal to connect reference current setting external
resistor.
2.1V reference bias voltage output terminal.
Power supply connected terminal(3.3V)
Ground connected terminal.
IC301 (R8J32005FP) : Encoder, Decoder & DSP Singal Processor
1.1 Pin Layout
PDIAGB
DA0
DA2
CS1FXB
CS3FXB
DASPB
UCS1B
UCS0B
CPWRB
CPRDB
A20
A19
A18
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
VDD
VSS
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
VSSIO
VCCIO
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
CPU15
CPU14
CPU13
CPU12
CPU11
CPU10
CPU9
CPU8
CPU7
CPU6
CPU5
CPU4
CPU3
CPU2
CPU1
CPU0
VCCIO
VSSIO
ROUT
VCCA
LOUT
ADIPVR1
ADIPVRT
ADIPINP
VSSA
VSSA
XCO
XCI
VCCA
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
200
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
R8J32005FP Helios 2
Top View
Analog
Standard Input/Output
5V Tolerant Input/Output
Power/Earth
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
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
DAI
VCCI0
VSSI0
VSS
VDD
IOCS16B
HINTRQ
DACKB
IORDY
ZIORB
ZIOWB
DREQ
DATA15
DATA0
DATA14
DATA1
VCCI0
VSSI0
VSS
VDD
DATA13
DATA2
DATA12
DATA3
DATA11
DATA4
DATA10
DATA5
DATA9
DATA6
DATA8
DATA7
HRSTB
VCCI0
VSSI0
MONANA0
MONANA1
VSSA
VISTRB
VCCA
DCLPF0
DRLPF0
DCLPF1
DRLPF1
DCLPF2
DRLPF2
JFH
JFF0
JFF1
DFF0
DFF1
VREF33
EFMN
EFMP
VCCA
VSSA
VREF
VIBIAS
VREFC
VSSA
W1LPF0
W1LPF1
W1LPF2
VCCA
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
SDATA
SCLK
FEMCK
RDGATE
LOWZB
IDGATE
RFHLD
MPDSH
WBLSH
MPDSH
WFPDSH
RFPDSH
TCSHSPBLV
VCCI0
VSSI0
WRGATEB
SRFH
SRFL
WRSTOP
LNDTRK
LSRON
SFG
TLD
SPD
LDD
LED
VCCI0
VSSSI0
VSSA
NRZI
NRZIB
DCLKB
DCLK
VCCA
VCCA
FE
PE
SIGM
TE
LPSA
LPSB
TCPH
TIBH
BCENT
VRDC2N
VSSA
VCCA
VRD2NREF
PUTEMP
DRVOFSP
DRVOFSM
FOD
TRD
TVDP
TVDN
DAVC
VSSA
VCCA
VSSA
W2LPF2
W2LPF1
W2LPF0
VSSAA
VDDAA
VSSR
DOUT
VCCR
NM1
MRSTB
TESTB1
VSSRQ
TESTB2
TEST0
VCCRQ
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
VSSRQ
HEATRUN
CSEL
AMUTE
VCCI0
VSSI0
CSW3
CSW2
CSW1
VCCRQ
EEPRCE
SC0
SC1
VSSRQ
SCK
LIMIT
VSS
VCCRQ
VDD
LOADOUT
LOADIN
VSSRQ
EJECTSW
ACTFLG
DRVEN1
VCCRQ
DRVEN2
ACTRST
SLEEPHD
STNBYON
LEDG
DSLADJ1
DSLADJ2
ARSTB
FMSW
VSSI0
VCCI0
DEFECT
IP1LPPIN
VDD
VSS
IP2MIRR
WOBSIG
BLANK
TZC
LSRERR
LDBUSY
WDEN
VCCR
RFDEN
VSSR
52
1.2 Block Diagram
VREF, VREFC
VREF33
VIBIAS
BIAS
CAV
EFMP
EFMN
DFF[1:0]
JFF[1:0]
JFH
DCLPF[2:0]
DRLPF[2:0]
VISTRB
MONANA[1:2
]
W1LPF[2:0]
IP1LPPIN
IP2MIRR
LSRERR
RDGATE
LOWZB
IDGATE
RFHLD
NRZI,NRZIB
DCLK,DCLKB
WRGATE2
SRFH
SRFL
WRSTOP
ATAPI
DREQ
DACKB
DASPB
CS3FXB
CS1FXB
PDIAGB
DA2
DA1
DA0
IOCS16B
HINTRQ
IORDY
ZIORB
ZIOWB
HRSTB
DATA [15:0]
DVD
CD-ROM
Data
DVD
W2LPF[2:0]
ADIPVR1
ADIPVRT
ADIPINP
LOUT
ROUT
DOUT
Data
WPLL
WOBSIG
AUDIO
CD-DSP
Jitter
LPP
Wobble
DVD
ADIP
ADC
DVD
DRAM
Demodulate
ZCS
RD[15:0]
RA[12.10:0]
RAMCL
DWE
DRAS
DCAS
DQMU
DQML
DCKE
XCI
XCO
Clock
LVDS
Modulator
FEMCK
CD
MRSTB
Test
TESTB[1:2]
TEST[3:0]
CD-ROM
WBLSH
MPDSH
WFPDSH
RFPDSH
LSRON
TCSHSPBLV
TLD
LDD
LED
SPD
LNDTRK
SFG
DEFECT
TZC
BLANK
FE
PE
SIGM
Sample
Serial I/F
Hold
CPWRB
CPRDB
A[20:0]
MCIF
ADC
Servo
UCS0B
UCS1B
CPRDB
CPWRB
A[20:0]
CPU[15:0]
CPU[15:0]
MSEQ
WAIT
ADGATEB
INT0B
INT1B
INT2B
FOK
INT3B
SSEQ
53
NMI
UCS2B
UCS3B
ADC
TVDP
TVDN
TCPH
TIBH
BCENT
VRCD2N
PUTEMP
DRVOFSP
DRVOFSM
VRDC2NREF
SCLK
SDATA
RFDEN
WDEN
LDBUSY
DRAM
TE
LPSA
LPSB
FOD
DAVC
TRD
SDRAM
DAC
BCA
DAC
Auth
ADC
H8S
CPU
EEPRRCE
CSEL
CSW1
CSW2
CSW3
STNBYON
SLEEPHD
MRSTB
ACTRST
ACTFLG
DRVEN2
DRVEN1
ARSTB
LOADIN
LOADOUT
LIMIT
EJECTSW
HEATRUN
DSLADJ2
DSLADJ1
LEDG
AMUTE
FMSW
SCK
SCI
SCO
1.3 Pin Table
Pin No.
Pin Name
Pin No.
Pin Name
Pin No. Pin Name
Pin No.
Pin Name
1
VSSR
33
LOADOUT
65
SDATA
97
DCLK
2
DOUT
34
LOADIN
66
SCLK
98
VCCA
3
VCCR
35
VSSRQ
67
FEMCK
99
VCCA
4
NMI
36
EJECTSW
68
RDGATE
100
FE
5
MRSTB
37
ACTFLG
69
LOWZB
101
PE
6
TESTB1
38
DRVEN1
70
IDGATE
102
SIGM
7
VSSRQ
39
VCCRQ
71
RFHLD
103
TE
8
TESTB2
40
DRVEN2
72
WRGATE2
104
LPSA
9
TEST0
41
ACTRST
73
WBLSH
105
LPSB
10
VCCRQ
42
SLEEPHD
74
MPDSH
106
TCPH
11
TEST1
43
STNBYON
75
WFPDSH
107
TIBH
12
TEST2
44
LEDG
76
RFPDSH
108
BCENT
13
TEST3
45
DSLADJ1
77
TCSHSPBLV
109
VRDC2N
14
VSSRQ
46
DSLADJ2
78
VCCIO
110
VSSA
15
HEATRUN
47
ARSTB
79
VSSIO
111
VCCA
16
CSEL
48
FMSW
80
WRGATEB
112
VRDC2NREF
17
AMUTE
49
VSSIO
81
SRFH
113
PUTEMP
18
VCCIO
50
VCCIO
82
SRFL
114
DRVOFSP
19
VSSIO
51
DEFECT
83
WRSTOP
115
DRVOFSM
20
CSW3
52
IP1LPPIN
84
LNDTRK
116
FOD
21
CSW2
53
VDD
85
LSRON
117
TRD
22
CSW1
54
VSS
86
SFG
118
TVDP
23
VCCRQ
55
IP2MIRR
87
TLD
119
TVDN
24
EEPRCE
56
WOBSIG
88
SPD
120
DAVC
25
SCO
57
BLANK
89
LDD
121
VSSA
26
SCI
58
TZC
90
LED
122
VCCA
27
VSSRQ
59
LSRERR
91
VCCIO
123
VSSA
28
SCK
60
LDBUSY
92
VSSIO
124
W2LPF2
29
LIMIT
61
WDEN
93
VSSA
125
W2LPF1
30
VSS
62
VCCR
94
NRZI
126
W2LPF0
31
VCCRQ
63
RFDEN
95
NRZIB
127
VSSAA
32
VDD
64
VSSR
96
DCLKB
128
VDDAA
54
Pin No.
Pin Name
Pin No.
Pin Name
Pin No. Pin Name
Pin No.
Pin Name
129
VCCA
161
DATA7
193
PDIAGB
225
A2
130
W1LPF2
162
DATA8
194
DA0
226
A1
131
W1LPF1
163
DATA6
195
DA2
227
A0
132
W1LPF0
164
DATA9
196
CS1FXB
228
CPU15
133
VSSA
165
DATA5
197
CS3FXB
229
CPU14
134
VREFC
166
DATA10
198
DASPB
230
CPU13
135
VIBIAS
167
DATA4
199
UCS1B
231
CPU12
136
VREF
168
DATA11
200
UCS0B
232
CPU11
137
VSSA
169
DATA3
201
CPWRB
233
CPU10
138
VCCA
170
DATA12
202
CPRDB
234
CPU9
139
EFMP
171
DATA2
203
A20
235
CPU8
140
EFMN
172
DATA13
204
A19
236
CPU7
141
VREF33
173
VDD
205
A18
237
CPU6
142
DFF1
174
VSS
206
A17
238
CPU5
143
DFF0
175
VSSIO
207
A16
239
CPU4
144
JFF1
176
VCCIO
208
A15
240
CPU3
145
JFF0
177
DATA1
209
A14
241
CPU2
146
JFH
178
DATA14
210
A13
242
CPU1
147
DRLPF2
179
DATA0
211
A12
243
CPU0
148
DCLPF2
180
DATA15
212
A11
244
VCCIO
149
DRLPF1
181
DREQ
213
VDD
245
VSSIO
150
DCLPF1
182
ZIOWB
214
VSS
246
ROUT
151
DRLPF0
183
ZIORB
215
A10
247
VCCA
152
DCLPF0
184
IORDY
216
A9
248
LOUT
153
VCCA
185
DACKB
217
A8
249
ADIPVR1
154
VISTRB
186
HINTRQ
218
A7
250
ADIPVRT
155
VSSA
187
IOCS16B
219
A6
251
ADIPINP
156
MONANA1
188
VDD
220
A5
252
VSSA
157
MONANA0
189
VSS
221
VSSIO
253
VSSA
158
VSSIO
190
VSSIO
222
VCCIO
254
XCO
159
VCCIO
191
VCCIO
223
A4
255
XCI
160
HRSTB
192
DA1
224
A3
256
VCCA
55
1.4 Pin Functions
It corresponds to the following signs as a pin I/O specification.
AI :
AO :
AIO :
I:
IU :
O:
TO :
IO :
Analog Input
Analog Output
Analog Input/Output
Standard Input
Standard Input with Pull Up
Standard Output
Standard Three State Output
Standard Input/Output
IOU :
5I :
5O :
5TO :
5IO :
PW :
GND :
Standard Input/Output with Pull Up
5V Tolerant Input
5V Tolerant Output
5V Tolerant Three State Output
5V Tolerant Input/Output
Power Supply Pin
Ground Pin
1.4.1 Data Strobe Pin List
(a) Slicer/DPLL Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
EFMP
139
AI
AFE
RF signal normal phase input pin
EFMN
140
VREF33
141
RF signal counter phase input pin
AO
External
Reference voltage (Vcc/2) output pin
Capacitor
DFF1
142
DFF0
143
JFF1
144
JFF0
145
JFH
146
AO
External
DutyFeedBack LPF connect pin
Capacitor
AO
External
JitterFeedBack LPF connect pin
Components
AO
External
JitterFeedBack BPF connect pin
Capacitor
DRLPF2
147
DCLPF2
148
DRLPF1
149
DPLL filter connect pin (1-2)
DCLPF1
150
DPLL filter connect pin (1-1)
DRLPF0
151
DPLL filter connect pin (0-2)
DCLPF0
152
DPLL filter connect pin (0-1)
VISTRB
154
AO
AO
External
DPLL filter connect pin (2-2)
Components
DPLL filter connect pin (2-1)
External
DPLL Vco VI conversion resistor connect pin
Resistor
MONANA1
156
MONANA0
157
AO
External
Analog monitor 1 (Slice Offset adjustment (jitter))
Components
Analog monitor 0 (Slice Offset adjustment (duty cycle))
(b) Wpll/Bias Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
destination
Function
W2LPF2
124
AO
External
Write PLL2 filter connect pin (2)
W2LPF1
125
Components
Write PLL2 filter connect pin (1)
W2LPF0
126
W1LPF2
130
W1LPF1
131
W1LPF0
132
VREFC
134
VREF
136
VIBIAS
135
Write PLL2 filter connect pin (0)
AO
External
Write PLL1 filter connect pin (2)
Components
Write PLL1 filter connect pin (1)
Write PLL1 filter connect pin (0)
AO
External
Reference voltage (1.65 V) output pin
Capacitor
AO
External
Resistor connect pin for reference current generation
Resistor
56
1.4.2 Servo Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
DEFECT
51
I
AFE
Defect (scratch detect) signal
BLANK
57
I
AFE
Blank signal input (also connected to the H8S interrupt port
INT5)
TZC
58
I
AFE
Tracking Zero Crossing signal input
SFG
86
IU
DRVR
Spindle FG pulse (also input to the H8S interrupt port INT4)
TLD
87
TO
DRVR
Tilt drive signal (PWM output)
SPD
88
TO
DRVR
Spindle drive signal (PWM output)
LDD
89
TO
DRVR
Loading drive signal (PWM output)
LED
90
TO
PU
LPS_LED control signal (PWM output)
FE
100
AI
AFE
Focus error: sampled at 352.8 kHz
PE
101
AI
AFE
Laser power error: sampled at 176.4 kHz
SIGM
102
AI
AFE
Signal monitor: sampled at 176.4 kHz
TE
103
AI
AFE
Tracking error: sampled at 352.8 kHz
LPSA
104
AI
AFE
Lens positioning/lens error: sampled at 88.2 kHz
LPSB
105
AI
AFE
Lens positioning B: sampled at 88.2 kHz
TCPH
106
AI
AFE
Tracking center/BETA top hold: sampled at 44.1/176.4 kHz
TIBH
107
AI
AFE
Tilt error/BETA bottom hold: sampled at 44.1/176.4 kHz
BCENT
108
AI
AFE
BETA center: sampled at 176.4 kHz
VRDC2N
109
AI
AFE
APC read system laser driver control pin: sampled at 176.4
kHz
VRDC2NREF
112
AI
OP Amp
APC reference voltage input: sampled at 88.2 kHz
PUTEMP
113
AI
PU
Pick-up temperature monitor input: sampled at 88.2 kHz
DRVOFSP
114
AI
DRVR
Driver offset adjustment input (plus/minus)
DRVOFSM
115
FOD
116
AO
DRVR
Focus control signal
TRD
117
AO
DRVR
Tracking control signal
TVDP
118
AO
DRVR
Sled drive signal (normal phase)
TVDN
119
DAVC
120
57
sampled at 88.2 kHz
Sled drive signal (counter phase)
AO
DRVR
Servo system Vcc/2 voltage output pin
1.4.3 ATAPI Interface Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
HRSTB
160
5I
ATAPI
ATAPI IF control signal (host reset signal)
DA2
195
5I
ATAPI
ATAPI IF register address signal
DA1
192
DA0
194
DATA[15:0]
180, 178,
5IO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF data bus
172, 170,
168, 166,
164, 162,
161, 163,
165, 167,
169, 171,
177, 179,
DREQ
181
5TO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF DMA request signal
ZIOWB
182
5I
ATAPI
ATAPI IF write strobe pulse
ZIORB
183
5I
ATAPI
ATAPI IF read strobe pulse
IORDY
184
5TO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF control signal (drive Ready)
DACKB
185
5I
ATAPI
ATAPI IF DMA acknowledge
HINTRQ
186
5TO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF drive interrupt signal
IOCS16B
187
5TO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF control signal (16-bit transfer)
PDIAGB
193
5IO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF control signal
CS1FXB
196
5I
ATAPI
ATAPI IF register chip select signal
CS3FXB
197
DASPB
198
5IO
ATAPI
ATAPI IF control signal
58
1.4.4 Encoder Interface Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
IP1LPPIN
52
I
AFE
PID area identification signal/LPP input signal
IP2MIRR
55
I
AFE
PID area identification signal/MIRR signal
WOBSIG
56
I
AFE
Wobble signal input
LSRERR
59
I
AFE
Laser error signal
RDGATE
68
O
AFE
PLL input switch signal
LOWZB
69
O
AFE
Input impedance switch control signal/SPDSH; running
OPC sampling pulse (Pit top)
IDGATE
70
O
AFE
ID/data switch signal/wobble signal sampling pulse 2
RFHLD
71
O
AFE
VFO3 holding signal and track center signal sample &
hold signal
WRGATE2
72
O
AFE
Write gate signal output
WBLSH
73
O
AFE
Wobble signal sampling pulse
MPDSH
74
O
AFE
Main beam sampling pulse
WFPDSH
75
O
AFE
Laser control sampling pulse
(Front monitor write/erase block)
RFPDSH
76
O
AFE
Laser control sampling pulse
(Front monitor read block)
TCSHSPBLV
77
O
AFE
VFO1 track center signal sample & hold pulse/SPBLVL;
running OPC sampling pulse (Pit end)
WRGATEB
80
O
PU
Write gate signal
SRFH
81
O
PU
SRFL
82
I- V amplifier gain switch (HI side)/I- V amplifier gain
switch (for binary))
I- V amplifier gain switch (Low side)
WRSTOP
83
I
PU
Write stop gate signal
LNDTRK
84
O
AFE/PU
Land/groove switch
LSRON
85
O
AFE
Laser ON/OFF signal (with internal control)
NRZI
94
AO
PU
NRZI output after modulation (normal phase)
NRZIB
95
DCLKB
96
DCLK
97
ADIPVR1
249
AO
External
Components
AD related pin for ADIP detection
ADIPVRT
250
AO
External
Components
AD related pin for ADIP detection
ADIPINP
251
AI
AFE
ADIP detect input pin
59
NRZI output after modulation (counter phase)
AO
PU
NRZI sync clock (counter phase)
NRZI sync clock (normal phase)
1.4.5 Serial Communication Interface Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
LDBUSY
60
I
LDD
LDD serial IF busy
WDEN
61
O
LDD
LDD microcomputer I/F (transfer enable signal)
RFDEN
63
O
AFE
AFE/LDD microcomputer I/F (transfer enable signal)
SDATA
65
IO
AFE / LDD
AFE/LDD microcomputer I/F (transfer data signal 3V
system)
SCLK
66
O
AFE / LDD
AFE/LDD microcomputer I/F (transfer clock signal)
I/O
Destination
Function
1.4.6 Audio Interface Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
DOUT
2
TO
ATAPI
Digital output pin
ROUT
246
AO
ATAPI
Audio Lch & Rch output
LOUT
248
1.4.7 Clock Generator Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
FEMCK
67
O
AFE
Front End LSI clock
XCO
254
O
X’TAL
Crystal oscillation 33.8688 MHz
XCI
255
I
X’TAL
Crystal oscillation 33.8688 MHz
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1.4.8 H8S Micro-Processor Pin List
(a) CPU
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
HEATRUN
15
IO
ATAPI
CPU general port 1- 0: Off heat run test input
CSEL
16
IO
ATAPI
CPU general port 1- 6: ATAPI CSEL
AMUTE
17
IO
Audio Mute ckt
CPU general port 0- 2: Audio mute
CSW3
20
IO
CPU general port 1- 7: Cartridge detect signal 3
CSW2
21
IO
CPU general port 0- 0: Cartridge detect signal 2
CSW1
22
IO
CPU general port 0- 1: Cartridge detect signal 1
EEPRCE
24
IO
EEPROM
CPU general port 1- 5: EEPROM chip select
SCO
25
O
EEPROM
CPU dedicated port (SCI) : Serial data output
SCI
26
I
EEPROM
CPU dedicated port (SCI) : Serial data input
SCK
28
O
EEPROM
CPU dedicated port (SCI) : Serial clock output
LIMIT
29
IO
Slider Limit Switch
CPU general port 2- 7: Slider inner track limit SW
LOADOUT
33
IO
Load Switch
CPU general port 2- 6: Loader out sensor
LOADIN
34
IO
Load Switch
CPU general port 2- 5 (also connected to the CPU
interrupt port INT8) : Loader in sensor
EJECTSW
36
IO
Eject Switch
CPU interrupt port INT6: EJECTSW interrupt request
ACTFLG
37
IU
DRVR
CPU interrupt port INT7: Pick up protect flag
DRVEN1
38
IO
DRVR
CPU general port 0- 7: 6ch driver control 1
DRVEN2
40
IO
DRVR
CPU general port 0- 6: 6ch driver control 2
ACTRST
41
IO
DRVR
CPU general port 0- 5: Pick up protect reset
SLEEPHD
42
IO
PU
CPU general port 0- 4: LDD Sleep control
STNBYON
43
IO
PU
CPU general port 2- 4: Wake Up signal
LEDG
44
IO
LED
CPU general port 1- 4: LED (green) on
DSLADJ1
45
IO
Analog Switch
CPU general port 1- 2: AFE ADJ output 1
DSLADJ2
46
IO
Analog Switch
CPU general port 1- 1: AFE ADJ output 2
ARSTB
47
IO
AFE
CPU general port 0- 3: AFE MRSTB output
FMSW
48
IO
PU
CPU general port 1- 3: Front monitor
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(b) Flash/SRAM
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
UCS1B
199
IO
SRAM
H8S/CS1, also functions as the CPU general port 2- 0
UCS0B
200
IO
Flash
H8S/CS0
CPWRB
201
IO
Flash/SRAM
H8S/WRB
CPRDB
202
IO
Flash/SRAM
H8S/RDB
A[20]
203
IO
Flash/SDRAM
H8S/A[20]
A[19:17]
204, 205
O
H8S/A[19:17]
IO
H8S/A[16:0]
206
A[16:0]
207, 208
209, 210
211, 212
215, 216
217, 218
219, 220
223, 224
225, 226
227
CPU[15:0]
228, 229
IO
Flash/SDRAM
H8S/D[15:0]
230, 231
232, 233
234, 235
236, 237
238, 239
240, 241
242, 243
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1.4.9 LSI/TEST Control Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Destination
Function
NMI
4
I
ROMICE
Non-maskable CPU interrupt port (sensed at the falling
edge)
MRSTB
5
I
RESET IC
Master reset input
TESTB1
6
I
Test select
TESTB2
8
TEST0
9
IO
User test/CPU general port 2
TEST1
11
TEST2
12
TEST3
13
T*SEL[3:0]
TEST0
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
0
Servo monitor 0
Servo monitor 1
Servo monitor 2
Servo monitor 3
1
Data strobe 0
Data strobe 1
Data strobe 2
Data strobe 3
2
Audio 0
Audio 1
Audio 2
Audio 3
3
DVD modulation 0
DVD modulation 1
DVD modulation 2
DVD modulation 3
4
Test monitor can be set as the following table by a
register.
DVD-R/CD-R
DVD-R/CD-R
DVD-R/CD-R
DVD-R/CD-R
monitor 0
monitor 1
monitor 2
monitor 3
DVD+RW
DVD+RW
DVD+RW
DVD+RW
monitor 0
monitor 1
monitor 2
monitor 3
6
PI/C1
PI/C1
PI/C1
PI/C1
7
PO/C2
PO/C2
PO/C2
PO/C2
8
SLOCK
SLOCK
SLOCK
SLOCK
9
DSYNC
DSYNC
DSYNC
DSYNC
10
CLVCK
CLVCK
CLVCK
CLVCK
11
BLEND
BLEND
BLEND
BLEND
12
SYWINCOR
SYWINCOR
SYWINCOR
SYWINCOR
13
PLL HIGH
PLL HIGH
PLL HIGH
PLL HIGH
14
RAMCON
RAMCON
RAMCOM
RAMCON
monitor 0
monitor 1
monitor 2
monitor 3
5
15
MIF monitor 0
MIF monitor 1
MIF monitor 2
MIF monitor 3
16
WOBREF
WOBREF
WOBREF
WOBREF
monitor 0
monitor 1
monitor 2
monitor 3
* T*SEL can be set for each of pins TEST3, TEST2, TEST1, and TEST0, respectively.
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Remarks
1.4.10 Power Supply/GND Pin List
Pin Name
Pin No.
I/O
Function
VDD
32, 53,
173, 188,
213
PW
DSP core power supply (1.5V)
VCCR
3, 62
PW
SDRAM power supply (3.3V)
VCCRQ
10, 23,
31, 39.
PW
SDRAM I/O power supply (3.3V)
VDDAA
128
PW
1.5V system analog power supply (1.5V) WPLL1, 2
VCCA
98
PW
Analog power supply (3.3V) : Dedicated for LVDS
99
Analog power supply (3.3V) : Servo A/D
111
Analog power supply (3.3V) : Servo D/A
122
Analog power supply (3.3V) : WPLL2
129
Analog power supply (3.3V) : WPLL1 + BIAS
138
Analog power supply (3.3V) : SLICE
153
Analog power supply (3.3V): DPLL
247
Analog power supply (3.3V): AUDIO/ADIP
256
Analog power supply (3.3V): PLL multiplication
VCCIO
18, 50,
78, 91,
159, 176,
191, 222,
244
PW
DSP I/O power supply (3.3V)
VSS
30, 54,
174, 189,
214
GND
DSP core GND
VSSR
1, 64
GND
SDRAM GND
VSSRQ
7, 14, 27,
35
GND
SDRAM I/O GND
VSSA
93,
GND
Analog GND: LVDS
110,
Analog GND: Servo A/D
121,
Analog GND: Servo D/A
123,
Analog GND: WPLL2
133,
Analog GND: WPLL1 + BIAS
137,
Analog GND: SLICE
155,
Analog GND: DPLL
252,
Analog GND: AUDIO/ADIP
253
Analog GND: PLL multiplication
VSSAA
127
GND
1.5V system analog GNDWPLL1, 2
VSSIO
19, 49.79,
92.158,
175, 190,
221.245
GND
DSP I/O GND
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IC601 (M63041AFP) : SPINDLE MOTOR AND 6CH ACTUATOR DRIVER
Block Diagram
PWM
For LOADING
CTL
VM1
PWM
CIRCUIT
SWICHING
Commutation
M
H Bridge
Voltage gain
X12
Frequency
150KHz
OPOUT
Current gain
0.44[0.88]A/V
OPIN-
ACTFLG
ACTRST
Gain Select(SL)
SLGS
EN2
ENABLE
EN1
M
r PW
oppe
nt ch
DSP
SL1-
STM
DSP
OUTPUT Rom
2.3[1.8]ohm
GND
SL1+
SLLIM
Current
Sense
PWM
CIRCUIT
7-13.2V
Curre
Frequncy
75KHz
DSP
CTL
Pickup Protect
SLIDE2
V/V converter
SL1IN
SL2+
DSP
VM2
For SLIDE
SL2IN
REF
DSP
DSP
DSP
FG
6.4MHz
SPIN
STARTER
CLK
PWM
CIRCUIT
Current
Sense
FG(x3)
Reverse detect
Current gain
0.44[0.88]A/V
CTL
Frequncy
75KHz
OUTPUT Rom
2.3[1.8]ohm
BLACK EMF
DETECTER
TSD
SL2-
SLIDER
V/V converter
commutation
STTH
GND
LO-
LO+
DSP
VM3
TL-
DSP
7-13.2V
OUTPUT Ron
1ohm
TL+
TR-
Voltage gain
X12
4.5-5.5V
P
OUTPUT Ron
1ohm
M
BTL A
TLIN
DSP
P
OUTPUT Ron
1ohm
TR+
TRIN
GND
Voltage gain
X12
SPM
V/V converter
GND
5VCC
Current gain
3A/V
M
BTL A
4.5-5.5V
FO-
DSP
Current
Sense
SPLIM
W
V
7-13.2V
For/FO/TR/TILT
P
OUTPUT Ron
1ohm
M
BTL A
FO+
pper
M
U
For SPINDLE
t cho
FOIN
urren
OUTPUT Ron
1ohm
SIN C
Pin Function
No Pin name
1
SPIN
2
SL1IN
3
SL2IN
4
SPLIM
5
VM2
6
SL2+
7
GND
8
SL29
SL1+
10
SL111
GND
12
U
13
V
14
W
15 ACTFLG
16 OPOUT
17 OPIN18 SLLIM
19
FG
20
EN1
21
EN2
Function
Spindle control voltage input
Slide control voltage input1
Slide control voltage input2
Input terminal for spindle current limit
Motor Power Supply 2(for Slide)
Slide non-inverted output2
GND
Slide inverted output2
Slide non-inverted output1
Slide inverted outptut1
GND
Motor drive output U
Motor drive output V
Motor drive output W
Pickup protect flag output
Operational amplifier output
Operational amplifier inverted input *1
Input terminal for slide current limit
Frequency generator output
Input terminal for enable 1
Input terminal for enable 2
No Pin name
42
REF
41
LOIN
40
FOIN
39
TOIN
38
TLIN
37
TL36
TL+
35
FO34
FO+
33
GND
32
5VCC
31
TO+
30
TO29
GND
28
LO27
LO+
26
VM3
25 ACTRST*2
24
STTH
23
SLGS
22
VM1
Function
Reference voltage input
Loading control input
Focus control voltage input
Tracking control voltage input
Tilt control voltage input
Tilt inverted output
Tilt non-inverted output
Focus inverted output
Focus non-inverted output
GND
5V Power Supply (for FS,TS,TL)
Tracking non-inverted output
Tracking inverted output
GND
Loading inverted outptut
Loading non-inverted output
Power Supply3(for Loading)
Pickup protect Reset *2
Reference voltage for spindle start up
Input terminal for gain select SL
Motor Power Supply 1(for Spindle)
*1) Please connect 17terninal (OPIN-) to GND, when the OPamp is not used.
*2) Please connect 25terminal(ACTRST) to 5VCC, When the Pick-up protection circuit is not used.
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DSP
DSP
Input/Output circuit diagram
SPIN, SL1IN, SL2IN
LOIN
FOIN, TOIN, TLIN
OPIN-
REF
EN1, EN2
5VCC
5VCC
5VCC
5VCC
100
100
100
100
17k
35k
SLGS
ACTFLG, FG
ACTRST
OPOUT
5VCC
5VCC
5VCC
5VCC
5VCC
5VCC
10k
100
5VCC
100
100
25k
VM1, U, V, W
VM2, SL1+, SL1-, SL2+, SL2VM1
U
V
VM2
W
SL1+
5VCC, FO+, FO-, TO+, TO-, TL+, TL-
SL1-
SL2+
VM3, LO+, LO5VCC
FO+
FO-
TO+
SL2-
TO-
VM3
TL+
TL-
LO+
LO-
66
IC302 (MBM29LV160BE) : Flash Memory
Pin Assignment
TSOP(1)
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A19
N.C.
WE
RESET
N.C.
N.C.
RT/BY
A18
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
(Marking Side)
Normal Bend
(FPT-48P-M19)
67
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
38
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
A16
BYTE
Vss
DQ15/A-1
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
Vcc
DQ11
DQ3
DQ10
DQ2
DQ9
DQ1
DQ8
DQ0
OE
Vss
CE
A0
Block Diagram
DQ15 to DQ0
Vcc
Vss
RY/BY
Buffer
RY/BY
Erase Voltage
Generator
Input/output
Buffer
WE
BYTE
State
Control
RESET
Command
Register
Program Voltage
Generator
Chip Enable
Output Enable
Logic
CE
STB
Data Latch
OE
STB
Low Vcc Detector
Timer for
program/Erase
Address
Latch
Y-Decoder
Y-Gating
X-Decoder
Cell Matrix
A19 to A0
A-1
68
• Pin Description
Pin
A19 to A0, A-1
DQ15 to DQ0
CE
OE
WE
RY/BY
RESET
BYTE
N.C.
Vss
Vcc
Function
Address Inputs
Data Inputs/Outputs
Chip Enable
Output Enable
Write Enable
Ready/Busy Output
Hardware Reset Pin/ Temporary Sector Unprotection
Select 8-bit or 16-bit mode
Pin Not Connected Internally
Device Ground
Device Power Supply
• Logic Symbol
A-1
20
16 or 8
A19 to A0
DQ15 to DQ0
CE
OE
WE
RESET
BYTE
69
RY/BY
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
(01) Laser Power Adjust (using RD Power/WR Power/Erase Power)
MPU & DSP
IC301
Pickup
Setting
pin#112
FFC
Pin#106
AFE
IC101
Front
Monitor
LD
Driver
#16
FFC
#10 #14
IC201
(02) High Frequency/NRZI skew Adjust
Pickup
FFC
45-49
MPU & DSP
IC301
LD
Driver
FFC
(03) Data Slice/Equalizer Boost/Raw Slice/ Equalizer Frequency Adjust
MPU & DSP
IC301
Pin#76
IC103
Pin#45
AFE
IC101
C140,141
Pin#65
(04) Circuit Offset Adjust
Pin#
85-98
Setting
FE:R334,C325
MPU & DSP
IC301
Pickup
FFC
#4
AFE
IC101
TE:R337,C328
#6
PE:R335,C326
#5
(05) Focus Amp. Adjust for DVD-Dual
DVD-Dual Disc
Setting
AFE
IC101
FE:R334,C325
Pin#
85-98
Pickup
FFC
#4
MPU & DSP
IC301
Focus:#34-35
R346,C338 #40
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider, #6,8-10
70
(06) Focus Amp. and Total Amp. Adjust
Setting
AFE
IC101
FE:R334,C325
MPU & DSP
IC301
All Disc
Pin#
85-98
Pickup
FFC
#4
PE:R335,C326
#5
Focus:#34-35
R346,
C338
Driver
IC601
#40
(07) Tracking Amp. Adjust
All Disc
Setting
AFE
IC101
TE:R337,C328
Pin#
85-98
Pickup
FFC
#6
MPU & DSP
IC301
R347
C339
Tracking
#30-31
Driver
IC601
#39
Slider FPC
Slider:#6,8-10
All Disc
(08) Lens DAC/Lens Position Adjust
Setting
AFE
MPU & DSP
IC301
Pin#
99-100
LPSA:R338,C329
LPSB:R339,C330 IC101
#2,3
Pickup
#39 Driver
#30,31
IC601
R347,
C339
FFC
#33
IC201
All Disc
(09) Servo Loop Gain Adjust
Setting
FE:R334,C325
MPU & DSP
IC701
#4
TE:R337,C328
R346,C338
R347,C339
71
AFE
IC101
#6
Pin#
85-98
FFC
Pickup
Focus:#34-35
Tracking:#30-31
#40
#39
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6,8-10
(10) Unwritten Slice Level Adjust for DVD-RAM
DVD-RAM Disc
Setting
AFE
IC101
MPU & DSP
IC301
Pin#
77-78
FFC Pickup
SIGMON:R336, C327
#8
#102
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
Driver
IC601
(11) Focus Offset Adjust for DVD-ROM, CD-R/RW
DVD-ROM Disc
Setting
Pin#
85-98,77-78
AFE
IC101
Pickup
MPU & DSP
IC301
FFC
FE:R334, C325
#4
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
Driver
IC601
(12) Focus Offset Adjust for DVD-RAM (PID Amp)
DVD-RAM Disc
Setting
MPU DSP
IC701
AFE
IC101
SIM:R336,C327
Pin#
85-98,77-78
FFC Pickup
#8
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
(13) Focus Offset Adjust for DVD-RAM (Data Error pulse)
Setting
MPU & DSP
IC301
AFE
IC101
C130,131
DVD-RAM Disc
Pin#
85-98,77-78
FFC Pickup
#68,69
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
72
(14) Tilt Adjust for DVD-RAM
Setting
MPU & DSP
IC301
AFE
IC101
TCPH:R340, C331
DVD-RAM Disc
Pin#
85-98,77-78 Pickup
FFC
#10
TIE:R341,C333
#11
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
(15) Tilt Adjust for DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-R/RW
Setting
MPU & DSP
IC301
TE:R337, C328
AFE
IC101
DVD-R/RW Disc
Pin#
85-98, 77-78
FFC
#6
Pickup
TILT: #36-37
#117
TRD:R348,C339
Driver
IC601
#39
TE: #30-31
Slider FPC
Slider:#6,8-10
(16) Focus Deviation Adjust
Pin#
85-98,77-78 Pickup
Setting
AFE
IC101
FE:R334, C325
MPU & DSP
IC301
DVD-R/RW Disc
FFC
#4
FE:#34-35
FE
R346, C338
#40 Driver
IC601
(17) Focus Offset Adjust for DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-R/RW
Setting
MPU & DSP
IC301
TE:R337,C328
AFE
IC101
DVD-R/RW Disc
Pin#
85-98,77-78
FFC
Pickup
#6
TE:#30-31
TE:R348, C339
73
Driver
#39
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
(18) Lens Sensitivity Adjust
MPU
IC301
Pickup
#113
(Temp.Information)
FFC
(19) Spindle Offset Adjust
#88
MPU & DSP
IC301
Pin#
12-14
#1
Driver
SPD:R330,C319 IC601
#86
Spindle
FFC
#19
FG
(20) ADIP BPF/Read Timing Adjust for DVD+R/RW
Setting
MPU & DSP
WobSIG
IC301
#56
AFE
IC101
DVD+R Disc
Pin#
85-98,77-78
FFC
Pickup
#46 #46
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6, 8-10
(21) Focus Offset Adjust for DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW(DID)
Setting
MPU & DSP
IC301
DVD-R/RW Disc
AFE
IC101
C130, 131
#68,69
Pin#
85-98,77-78
FFC
Pickup
#48
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6,8-10
74
(22) RTZ TimeOut Fail
MPU
&
DSP
IC301
Driver
IC601
Slider FPC
Slider:#6,8-10
Slider/
Spindle
Spindle FFC
(23) Focus Servo/Tracking Servo Fail
Setting
AFE
IC101
FE:R334,C325
#4
MPU & DSP
IC701
All Disc
Pin#
85-98
FFC
Pickup
TE:R337,C328
#6
Focus:#34-35
Tracking:#30-31
PE:R335,C326
#5
R346,C338
R348, C339
75
#40
Driver
IC601
#39
Slider FPC
Slider:#6,8-10
Detail Error Code & Fail Analysis
1. Laser Power Initial Adjust
No.
Error Code
SSB Byte8,9
Contents of fail
Fail Analysis
Block Diagram
1
28xx
(Exchange
low/high byte)
LP Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#10, 14, 16, L150, L151)
3) Check solder of IC201.
4) Exchange Pickup(LDD, Front Monitor).
5) Exchange IC101(AFE).
6) Exchange IC301(MPU & DSP).
No.01
Byte8: xxh
Byte9: 28h
2
48xx
High Frequency Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup (LDD part).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.02
3
5Exx
NRZi Skew Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection
2) Exchange Pickup (LDD part).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.02
4
4C0x to 4C4x
Data Slice Adjust NG.
1) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin# 76, IC103, L150, L151)
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.03
5
4C5x to 4C7x
EQ Boost Adjust NG.
1) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin# 76, IC103, L150, L151)
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
6
4C80
RAW Slice Level Adjust NG.
1) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin# 76, IC103, L150, L151)
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
7
4CAx
EQ Auto Frequency Adjust NG. 1) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin# 76, IC103, L150, L151)
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
76
2. Adjusting Error during Disc Load Sequence (Lead in Error)
No.
Error Code
SSB Byte21,22
Contents of fail
Fail Analysis
Block Diagram
1
42xx
Circuit Offset Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Check solder of IC101circumference .
(pin#,4,5,6 pin#85-98,
FE_Servo: R334, C325
TE_Servo: R337, C328
PE_Servo: R335, C326)
3) Exchange IC101(AFE).
4) Exchange Pickup.
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.04
2
452x
Focus Amp Adjust NG.
(DVD-DL Only)
1) Check DVD-Dual Disc.
2) Check Pickup FCC Connection.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
FE_Servo: R334, C325)
4) Check Slider FPC Connection.
5) Exchange IC101(AFE).
6) Exchange IC601(Driver).
7) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.05
3
450x
451x
454x
Focus Amp Adjust NG.
Total Amp Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
FE_Servo: R334, C325
PE_Servo: R335, C326)
3) Exchange Pickup.
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.06
4
458x
Tracking Amp Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
TE_Servo: R337, C328)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.07
5
45Ax
Lens DAC Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
TE_Servo: R337, C328)
4) Check solder of IC301circumference.
(R338,R339,C329,C330)
5) Exchange IC101.
6) Exchange IC301.
No.08
6
46xx
Lens Position Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
TE_Servo: R337, C328)
4) Check solder of IC301circumference.
(R338,R339,C329,C330)
5) Exchange IC101.
6) Exchange IC301.
No.08
77
No.
Error Code
Contents of fail
SSB Byte21,22
Fail Analysis
Block Diagram
7
47xx
Servo Loop Gain Adjust NG.
47XA: Disc Unmatch(Exchange Disc).
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup (Signal Noisy).
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
FE_Servo: R334, C325
TE_Servo: R337, C328)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.9
8
49xx
Unwritten Slice Level Adjust NG. 4906: RAM Disc NG (Exchange Disc).
(RAM Only)
1) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98)
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
3) Exchange IC301(MPU).
N0.10
9
4Axx
Focus Offset Adjust NG.
(DVD-ROM,CD-R/RW)
4A08: Disc Unmatch(Exchange Disc).
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.11
10
4A5x
4A6x
Focus Offset Adjust NG.
(RAM Only for PID)
1) RAM Disc NG (Exchange RAM Disc)
2) Exchange Pickup
3) Exchange IC101(AFE)
4) Exchange IC301(DSP)
No.12
11
4A8x
Focus Offset Adjust NG.
(RAM Only for Data)
4A88: RAM Disc NG (Exchange RAM Disc).
1) Exchange Pickup.
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
No.13
12
4B0x
Tilt Adjust NG(RAM Only).
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#10,11 R340,C331,R341,C333)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.14
13
4B8x
Tilt Adjust NG(DVD-/+ R/RW).
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC601 circumference.
4) Exchange IC601.
5) Check solder of IC301 circumference.
6) Exchange IC301
7) Exchange Slider Motor.
14
4CCx
Data Slice Adjust NG.
(RAM Only)
1) Exchange Pickup.
2) Exchange IC101(AFE).
3) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.13
15
4Dxx
Focus Deviation Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC301circumference.
4) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.16
No.15
78
No.
Error Code
SSB Byte21,22
Contents of fail
Fail Analysis
Block Diagram
16
182x
01xx
Home Position Adjust NG.
(DVD-SL Only)
1) Check FFC Connection.
2) Check Slider FPC Connection.
3) Exchange Slider Motor.
4) Check solder of IC101circumference.
5) Exchange IC101(AFE).
No.22
17
52xx
Focus Offset Adjust NG.
(DVD-R/RW, +R/RW)
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
TE_Servo: R337, C328)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
No.17
18
54xx
DPP Amp Adjust NG.
(CD Disc Only)
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
TE_Servo: R337, C328)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.07
19
55xx
Lens Shift/ Tilt Adjust NG.
(CD Disc Only)
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC601 circumference.
4) Exchange IC601.
5) Check solder of IC701 circumference.
6) Exchange IC301
No.15
20
56xx
Focus Level Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
PE_Servo: R335, C326)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.06
21
57xx
HFPE Amp/Gain Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#10,11 R340,C331,R341,C334)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.14
22
58xx
Lens Sensitivity Adjust NG.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC301circumference.
4) Exchange IC301(MPU).
No.18
79
No.
Error Code
SSB Byte21,22
Contents of fail
Fail Analysis
Block Diagram
23
59xx
Spindle Offset Adjust NG.
1) Check Spindle FFC Connection.
2) Check solder of IC601circumference.
(pin#12-14)
3) Exchange IC601(Driver).
4) Exchange Spindle Motor.
5) Check solder of IC301circumference.
6) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.19
24
5Axx
ADIP read timing Adjust NG.
5A01: Check DVD+R Disc (Exchange Disc) . No.20
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Exchange IC101(AFE).
4) Exchange IC301(DSP).
25
5Cxx
Signal Amp Error.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC701circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
PE_Servo: R335, C326)
4) Exchange IC101(AFE).
5) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.06
26
5Dxx
Focus Offset Adjust NG.
(DVD-R/RW,+R/RW in Data)
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC101circumference.
4) Exchange IC101.
5) Check solder of IC701circumference.
6) Exchange IC301.
7) Exchange Slider Moter.
No.21
80
3. Loading Sequence Error (Lead in Error)
No.
Error Code
SSB Byte21,22
Contents of fail
Fail Analysis
Block Diagram
1
2503,2504
RTZ Timeout(Sled Timeout).
1) Check Slider FPC Connection.
2) Check solder of IC601 circumference .
(pin#2-3, 6, 8-10)
3) Exchange IC601.
4) Exchange Slider Motor.
No.22
2
2020,2021
Focus Fail.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC601circumference.
4) Exchange IC601(Driver)
5) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
FE_Servo: R334, C325)
6) Exchange IC101.
No.23
3
2101,2102
Tracking Fail.
1) Check Pickup FFC Connection.
2) Exchange Pickup.
3) Check solder of IC601circumference.
4) Exchange IC601(Driver).
5) Check solder of IC101circumference.
(pin#4,5,6 pin#85-98,
TE_Servo: R337, C328).
6) Exchange IC101.
No.23
4
2000~2010
Spindle Fail.
1) Check Spindle FFC Connection.
2) Check solder of IC601circumference.
(pin#12-14)
3) Exchange IC601(Driver).
4) Exchange Spindle Motor.
5) Check solder of IC301circumference.
6) Exchange IC301(DSP).
No.19
81
Power Supply System Diagram
Line-in
12V
IC601 Driver (M63041FP)
VM1 #22 Spindle
VM2 #05 Slide
L601
12V
BD9703FP[ROHM]
IC702
5V
DDcon
Pick_up (CN101)
VSO #42 (#13)
VSO(5.3)
5VR(5.3)
L151
IC101 AFE (HD153722TF)
5.3V VCC
IC102 Analog SW (HD74LV2G53A)
VCC #8
IC103 Analog SW (HD74LV2G53A)
VCC #8 (OPEN)
Q202
Q203
IC201 OP-Amp (NJM13403)
V+ #4
Tr_SW
Pick_up (CN101)
AVCC #8 (#47)
Pick_up (CN101)
VSA5 #41 (#14)
IC701 XC6409BV05PR 2.8/1.5V Reg with Reset
IC
2.8V REG
2.5(2.8)
Pick_up (CN101)
VSL25 #40 (#15)
Line-in
IC
1.5V REG
5V
1.5D
L354
1.5A
IC301 Helios2 (R8J32005FP)
#128 1.5V VDD analog
PIC601 Driver (M63041AFP)
5VCC #32 Focus, Tracking, Tilt
VM3 #26 Loading
L602
5VP
IC301 Helios 2(R8J32005FP)
1.5V VD digital
XCM403AA01SR 3.3V Reg with Reset
L150
VROUT1
IC703
3.3V REG
3.3A
IC101 AFE (HD153722TF)
3.3V VDD analog
VROUT2
L352
3.3A
L710
3.3D
3.3D
3.3A-2
IC301 Helios2 (R8J32005FP)
3.3V VCC analog
IC301 Helios2(R8J32005FP)
3.3V VCC digital
IC302
Flash-ROM (MBM29LV160BE-70TN)
NC13 #13 VCC37 #37
IC301 Helios2(R8J32005FP)
VCCA-54 #247 (AUDIO)
82
PCB Poor Analysis - Check list
No
Circuit/IC
1
Power supply
2
Signal
Signal/Level
mesurement-point (IC-pin or Device)
Line-12V
12V
CN108-41
Line-5V
5V
CN108-44
3
(IC701)
reg-5.3V
5.3V
R711
4
(IC702)
reg-3.3V
3.3V
2,5
5
(IC703)
6
7
Flash-ROM
8
(IC302)
9
10
DSP
11
(IC301)
reg-1.5V
1.5V
2
reg-2.8V
2.8V
5
VDD : 3.3V
3.3V
37
CS
Active-Low
26
XRD
read-CK
28
VDD : 1.5V
1.5V
32, 53,128, 213, 173, 188
VCC(D) : 3.3V
3.3V
3, 10, 18, 23, 31, 39, 50, 62, 78, 91, 159, 176, 191, 222,
244, 256
12
VCC(A) : 3.3V
3.3V
98, 99, 111, 122, 129, 138, 153
13
Clock-34MHz
33.8688MHz
254, 255
MRSTB
(3.3V)High
5
VCC : 5.3V
5.3V
17, 75
14
15
AFE
(IC101)
VDD:3.3V
3.3V
12, 27, 57, 70, 79, 89
16
OP-amp
VCC : 5.3V
5.3V
4
17
(IC201)
VC165
1.65V
8
18
7ch-DRV
5VCC : 5V
5V
32
19
(IC601)
20
21
22
Pick-up
VM3 : 5V
5V
26
VM1, 2 : 12V
12V
5, 22
REF : 1.65V
1.65V
42
AVCC : 5.3V
5.3V
8
23
VC21
2.1V
13
24
VC165
1.65V
28
25
VC25
2.8V
32
26
VSL25 : 2.8V
2.8V
40
27
VSA5 : 5.3V
5.3V
41
28
VSO : 5.3V
5.3V
42
* When there are twe or more power supply pins of LSI, it checks by one ramdom pin first.
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HW Self- Diagnostic function
1. Self-Diagnostic Function by LED Blink.
• Basic operation: MPU is included in DSP, MPU accesses each peripheral (inside, exterior) device, and
discover a defect by the ability of a read/write of data to be performed correctly. Since MPU operates by the
program with a built-in Flash-ROM, when abnormalities are in MPU, Flash-ROM, and these Data-Bus &
control signals, this self-diagnostic function cannot be used. In such a case, the case where LED does not
light up at all at the time of a power supply injection is almost the case.
• MPU: In DSP Flash-ROM (16Mb) is connected to the exterior Bus of MPU. Even if the MPU-Bus terminal of
Flash-ROM short-circuits, it becomes impossible for MPU to read the right program data from Flash-ROM,
and stops for this reason, turning on LED at all. On the other hand, the own poor device of DSP, and the
open state of IC-pin, when [poor] not influencing Bas of MPU, it can detect correctly and becomes blink of
LED according to those defects.
• DSP: DSP has ATAPI-IF, LDD-serial-IF, AFE-serial-IF, and an AFE control signal as Digital-IF. As AnalogIF, it has the slice circuit of RF signal from AFE, PLL, the objects ADC and DAC for SERVO, and ADC for
ADIP detection. Among these, own poor Digital of DSP, and AFE-serial-IF can detect by this self-diagnostic
function.
• AFE: Poor detection of AFE is restricted to detection of a limitation-item. Since the greater part of the
function is analog signal processing, AFE serves as a register in AFE, and a check, which accepts it, serial
IF in the logical digital examination from MPU. In addition, serial-IF for AFE control is performed via DSP.
This is writing in the Write command and setting data, and is automatically transmitted to the predetermined
register of DSP. Conversely, when it leads the register information on AFE, the read command can be
written in the predetermined register of DSP, and the value of an AFE register can be read by reading the
read register of DSP after that. Therefore, serial [between the poor register of AFE, and AFE and DSP],
when there is LED blink with poor AFE — the defect of IF or the defect of the register for AFE of DSP is
considered.
• Refer to the contrast table of the number of times of blink of LED, and a poor part.
• The self-diagnostic function by this LED blink is carried out in the state of a set without a PCB independent
or loading Disc.
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2. LED does not blink at all at the time of a power supply injection. Eject-SW does not react.
(1) Is it normal to the exterior Bus (Data-Bus, Address-Bus, control signal system) of MPU?
Viewing — check: -- a short circuit, opening, etc.
• The device connected to the exterior Bus of MPU in DSP, and its signal list
Peripheral device
Flash -ROM
[Bus/Signal]
(IC302)
Address
A1~A20
Data
D0~D15
CS*
CS0B
WCK
WR
RCK
RD
=> It repairs, when abnormalities are discovered.
(2) Does the power supply circuit operate normally?
When the abnormalities in external input 12V, 5V, regulator 5V, regulator 3.3V, and regulator 1.5V => are
discovered, an external power supply, a power supply cable, and Regulator IC are exchanged. Since a
problem is in a load side when not improving, even if it carries out the => above mentioned exchange, a
power-supply system figure is made reference, and poor portions, such as a short circuit of a power supply
part, are found out and repaired.
(3) Is the clock of MPU in DSP oscillated correctly?
Checked the ceramic oscillation element’s X301 both-ends and DSP(254)(255) 33.87MHz oscillating. When
3.3V power supply is correctly supplied to =>DSP and the clock is not oscillating correctly, it is the defect of
MPU, or an oscillation element defect, and part exchange is performed in order of DSP and X301.
(4) The defect of Flash-ROM
Although the clock of DSP is oscillating correctly and the power supply circuit is also outputting normal
voltage, when LED does not blink at all at the time of a power supply injection and Eject-SW does not react,
either, poor Flash-ROM is the most doubtful.
=> Flash-ROM (IC302) are exchanged.
Note: Before Flash-ROM exchange, the CS signals of the external device of MPU in DSP connection, an
Address signal, and a Data signal are observed on a waveform level, and since the but most amount of work
and the special knowledge which can raise the discovery accuracy of a poor part are necessities,
recommendation is impossible.
(5) Even if it performs the above-mentioned repair, when not improving, the disconnection and the short circuit,
which cannot be discovered, can be considered in viewing of PCB. Moreover, partial breakage (although a
clock is oscillated, somewhere in insides do not operate.) of DSP can be considered. => above, the
possibility that a PCB pattern is faulty is high, and judges repair to be difficult.
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3. Motor, Abnormalities in Actuator System
The drive circuit of a motor & actuator consists of the three ICs IC601 (M63041AFP). The work of each IC is
as follows.
(1) IC601(M63041AFP) : 7ch driver
Spindle motor driver: 180° audio drive Type, an analog input, a PWM drive, a Vm=12V.
Stepping motor driver X2: analog input, a PWM drive (differential), a Vm=12V
Loading motor driver: Input/Output PWM drive, Vm=5V.
Focus actuator driver: analog input / output (differential), a Vm=5V
Tracking actuator driver: analog input / output (differential), Vm=5V
Tilt actuator driver : analog input/output (differential), Vm=5V.
A motor & actuator and its correspondence pin
Signal/CH
SPDL-MT
STEP-MT
Load-MT
Focus-ACT
Track-ACT
Tilt-ACT
Input
(1)SPIN
(2)SL1IN
(3)SL2IN
(41)LOIN
(40)FOIN
(39)TOIN
(38)TLIN
(34)FO+
(35)FO-
(31)TO+
(30)TO-
(36)TL+
(37)TL-
Reference
Output
(42)REF 1.65V
(12)U
(13)V
(14)W
(6)SL2+
(8)SL2(9)SL1+
(10)SL1-
(27)LO+
(28)LO-
A control mode setup by the control terminal
EN1(20)
Low
Low
High
High
EN2(21)
Low
High
Low
High
SPDL
off
off
on
on
SLED
off
on
on
on
Load
off
on
off
off
Focus/Track/Tilt
off
off
on
on
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
Flash-ROM
(2MByte)
MBM29LV160BE
or Equivalent
(FUJITSU)
OPU:HOP-8541T
(HITACHI ME)
Disc
Interface
connector
Loading
motor
Analog Front End
HD153722TF
PU
Disc
motor
Unit
mechanism
Slide
motor
100pin-TQTF
(RENESAS)
DVD/CD DSP
(DVD/CD/Servo/ATAPI)
R8J32005FP
256pin LQFP
(RENESAS)
DVD-codec
CD-codec
LPP/ADIP decorder
Servo DSP
ATAPI-IF
Microprocessor
7ch-Driver
M63041AFP
SPDL/SLED/Fo/Tr/Ti/LD
(RENESAS)
Analog
audio
Host IDE
Tray Detect
SW
Device
configuration
jumper
MASTER
SLAVE
CSEL
Eject
SW
Limit
SW
LED
3.3V Reg. IC
XCM403AA01SR
(TOREX)
12V
GND
5V
RST
2.8V/1.5V Reg.IC
XC6409BV05PR
(TOREX)
RST
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5.0V SW_Reg.IC
BD9703FP
(ROHM)
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