Philips 32-REAL FLAT 2 PIP COLOR TELEVISION 32RF82S - Specifications

Colour Television
Chassis
EM5.2E
AA
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Contents
Page
1. Technical Specifications, Connections,
and Chassis Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
5
3. Directions for Use
7
4. Mechanical Instructions
8
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Faultfinding 12
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews,
and Waveforms
Wiring Diagram
23
Block Diagram Supply and Deflection
24
Testpoint Overview LSP and CRT Panel
25
Block Diagram Video
26
Testpoint Overview SSB
27
Block Diagram Audio 1 (excl. Wireless Audio
Details)
28
I2C-IC Overview
29
Supply Lines Overview
30
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Diagram
Main Supply
(Diagram A1) 31
Stand-by Supply
(Diagram A2) 32
Line Deflection
(Diagram A3) 33
Frame Deflection & E/W Drive (Diagram A4) 34
Rotation Circuitry
(Diagram A5) 35
Audio Amplifier
(Diagram A6) 36
Tuner SIMM connector (Female) (Diagram A8) 37
Receiver
(Diagram A9) 38
Front
(Diagram A10) 38
Inputs/Outputs
(Diagram A11) 39
SIMM connector (Male)
(Diagram B1) 46
IF, I/O Videoprocessing
(Diagram B2) 47
PICNIC
(Diagram B3A) 48
Falconic (FEM)
(Diagram B3B) 49
Eagle
(Diagram B3C)50
HOP
(Diagram B4) 51
Contents
8.
9.
PWB
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
40-45
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56-61
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OTC
Anti Moiré
Audio Demodulator
Headphone Amplifier
Side I/O Panel (PV02)
Side I/O Panel (FL13B)
Top Control Panel (PV02)
Top Control Panel (FL13B)
CRT Panel
DC Shift Panel
I/O 3rd SCART Panel (PV02)
VDAF + 2nd Orders Panel
Mains Switch Panel (PV02)
Mains Switch Panel (FL13B)
Alignments
Circuit Descriptions
Abbreviation List
IC Data Sheets
Spare Parts List
Revision List
(Diagram B5A) 52
(Diagram B5B) 53
(Diagram B6) 54
(Diagram B10) 55
(Diagram D) 62
(Diagram D) 64
(Diagram E) 66
(Diagram E) 67
(Diagram F) 69
(Diagram G) 71
(Diagram H) 72
(Diagram I)
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(Diagram J)
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(Diagram J)
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EN 3122 785 14590
EN 2
1.
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
EM5.2E AA
1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
1.2.1
Index of this chapter:
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connection Overview
1.3 Chassis Overview
Top Control and Front / Side Connections
TOP CONTROL (for PV2 styling)
-VOLUME + MENU - PROGRAM +
Note: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual
situation, due to the different set executions.
1.1
Technical Specifications
1.1.1
Vision
P
TOP CONTROL (for FL13 styling)
-VOLUME+
Display type
Screen sizes
Tuning system
Colour systems
Video playback
Channel selections
Aerial input
1.1.2
Maximum power
1.2
CRT, Real Flat
28” (70 cm), 16:9
29” (72 cm), 4:3
32" (82 cm), 16:9
PLL
PAL B/G, D/K, I
SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L’
NTSC 3.58
NTSC 4.43
NTSC Play Back
100 presets
UHF
VHF
Hyper-band
S-band
75 ohm, Coax
IEC-type
MENU
BLUE
LED
RED
LED
IR
SIDE I/O
3.5
SVHS
: FM/FM B/G, Czech
: NICAM B/G, D/K, I, L
: 4 x 15 W rms (int.)
AUDIO R
Power consumption
- Normal operation
- Standby
: ≈ 130 W
: <1W
220 - 240 V_ac
50 / 60 Hz
+5 to +45 °C
90 % R.H.
Connection Overview
AUDIO L
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Figure 1-1 Top control and Front / Side connections
Miscellaneous
:
:
:
:
PROXIMITY
SENSOR
(OPTIONAL)
LIGHT
SENSOR
VIDEO
Mains voltage
Mains frequency
Ambient temperature
Maximum humidity
- CHANNEL +
FRONT I/O
Sound
Sound systems
1.1.3
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
S-Video: In
1 - Ground
2 - Ground
3 -Y
4 -C
Gnd
Gnd
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
0.3 V_pp / 75 ohm
Cinch: In
Ye - Video - CVBS
Wh - Audio - L
Rd - Audio - R
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
Mini Jack: Headphone - Out
- Headphone
32 - 600 ohm / 10 mW
1.2.2
Rear Connections
Note: The following connector color abbreviations are used
(acc. to DIN/IEC 757):
Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh=
White, and Ye= Yellow.
ONLY FOR PV02 STYLING
EXT3
AUDIO OUT
L
EXT1
EXT2
R
SERVICE
CONNECTOR
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Figure 1-2 Rear View
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Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Aerial - In
- IEC-type
Coax, 75 ohm
Cinch: Audio - Out
Re - Audio - R
Wh - Audio - L
0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm
0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm
D
kq
kq
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19 - CVBS - out
20 - Y / CVBS - in
21 - Shielding
1.
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
Ground
EN 3
k
j
H
External 3: RGB and CVBS - In (depends on type number)
20
2
External 1: RGB/YUV and CVBS - In/Out
20
21
2
21
1
Figure 1-5 SCART connector
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Figure 1-3 SCART connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
- Audio - R
- Audio - R
- Audio - L
- Audio - gnd
- Blue - gnd
- Audio - L
- Blue/U - in
- CVBS - status
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
- Green - gnd
- n.c.
- Green/Y - in
- n.c.
- Red - gnd
- FBL - gnd
- Red/V - in
- Status / FBL
17
18
19
20
21
- Video
- Video
- CVBS - out
- CVBS - in
- Shielding
0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm
Ground
Ground
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
Ground
k
j
k
H
H
j
j
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
j
Ground
Ground
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm
Ground
Ground
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
Ground
H
H
j
j
H
j
H
H
k
j
H
External 2: CVBS and SVHS - In (for video recorder)
20
21
2
1
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Figure 1-4 SCART connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
- Audio - R
- Audio - R
- Audio - L
- Audio - gnd
- Blue - gnd
- Audio - L
- C - out
- CVBS - status
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
- Green - gnd
- Easylink
- n.c.
- n.c.
- Red - gnd
- FBL - gnd
- C - in
- n.c.
- Video
- Video
0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
0.5 V_rms / 1 kohm
Ground
Ground
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
Ground
(P50)
k
j
k
H
H
j
k
Ground
Ground
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
H
H
j
Ground
Ground
1
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j
H
j
H
H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
- n.c.
- Audio - R
- n.c.
- Audio - gnd
- Blue - gnd
- Audio - L
- Blue - in
- CVBS - status
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
- Green - gnd
- n.c.
- Green - in
- n.c.
- Red - gnd
- FBL - gnd
- Red - in
- Status / FBL
17
18
19
20
21
- Video
- Video
- n.c.
- CVBS - in
- Shielding
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
j
Ground
Ground
0.5 V_rms / 10 kohm
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
0 - 1.3 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
Ground
H
H
j
j
j
H
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
j
Ground
Ground
0.7 V_pp / 75 ohm
0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm
Ground
Ground
H
H
j
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H
H
1 V_pp / 75 ohm
Ground
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1.3
F
1.
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Chassis Overview
CRT PANEL
D
SIDE I/O PANEL
B
SMALL SIGNAL BOARD
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EM5.2E AA
I/O 3rd SCART
(ONLY FOR
PV02 STYLING)
TOP CONTROL PANEL
E
MAINS SWITCH PANEL
J
LARGE SIGNAL PANEL
A
DC-SHIFT (optional)
G
VDAF PANEL
I
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Figure 1-6 PWB location
Directions for Use
3. Directions for Use
You can download this information from the following website:
http://www.philips.com/support
EM5.2E AA
3.
EN 7
EN 8
4.
EM5.2E AA
Mechanical Instructions
4. Mechanical Instructions
5. When all four clips are pushed down, the back cover can
be removed.
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Service Connector (for ComPair)
4.2 Set Disassembly
4.3 Service Positions
4.4 Assies/Panels Removal
4.5 Set Re-assembly
Note: figures below can deviate slightly from the actual
situation, due to the different set executions.
4.1
1
Service Connector (for ComPair)
For service diagnostics with ComPair, it is not necessary to
disassemble the set. You only have to connect the ComPair
interface box via the appropriate cable, to the service
connector on the rear of the set (see figure "Rear connections"
in chapter "Technical specifications, ..."), and start the program
(see also chapter "Service Modes .... ").
4.2
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Set Disassembly
Follow the disassemble instructions in described order.
4.2.1
Figure 4-2 Rear cover (FL13B styling)
Rear Cover Removal
Warning: disconnect the mains power cord before you remove
the rear cover.
For PV02 styling (for 9319 sets)
1. Manually unlock and remove the two plastic cover cups (1)
(if present) on the top of TV.
2. Remove all the fixation screws of the rear cover.
3. Remove the rear cover.
2
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Figure 4-3 Opening
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Figure 4-1 Rear cover (PV02 styling)
For FL13B styling (for 9309 and 9009 sets)
1. Remove all screws. If you do not remove them, you cannot
access the clips.
2. Tilt the set a little forward, so that you can release the two
clickfit clamps that are located at the bottomplate of the set.
3. Four openings (1) can be found at the top. The openings
are very small (2).
Note: Some sets only have the two inner openings.
4. Underneath every opening there is a clip. Push this clip
down with a very thin piece of metal (3), until you hear a
click.
Caution: do not use a screwdriver, this will damage the
cabinet.
3
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Figure 4-4 Pushing clips down
Mechanical Instructions
4.3
Service Positions
4.3.3
This chassis has several predefined service positions, for
better accessibility. They are explained below in more detail.
4.3.1
EM5.2E AA
4.
EN 9
Solder Side LSP
2
Solder Side 'I/O 3rd SCART' panel (for PV02 styling - 9319
sets)
2
1
1502
1
4
4
3
2
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Figure 4-5 Service position 1
To remove or access the 'I/O 3rd SCART' panel, do the
following:
1. Remove the fixation screw (1) (if present).
2. Release the two pegs (2).
3. At the same time, pull the complete module away from the
LSP bracket (3). It hinges in the LSP bracket.
4. To remove the panel, disconnect the flat-cables, and
remove the four panel screws (4).
4.3.2
3
Component Side LSP
SSB top-bracket
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SSB
AUTO-SCAVEM
bracket
Figure 4-7 Service position 3
LOT - bracket
LSP
To get access to the bottom side (solder side) of the LSP, do
the following (see figure above):
1. Remove the DAF-module (see paragraph 'DAF Assy/
Panel' below).
2. To disconnect the degaussing coil from the LSP, remove
the cable from connector 1502 (1).
3. Release the wiring from their fixation clamps, in order to get
room for repositioning the LSP.
4. Flip the LSP 90 degrees clockwise (2), and place it in the
fixation hole at the left side of the bottom tray (3).
CONNECTOR SUPPORT
bracket
1
Bottom tray
2
1
2
4.3.4
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Figure 4-6 Service position 2
For better accessibility of the LSP, do the following (see figure
above):
1. Remove the LSP-bracket from the bottom tray by pulling it
backwards.
2. Hook the bracket in the first row of fixation holes of the
bottom tray. In other words, reposition the bracket from (1)
to (2).
Small Signal Board (SSB)
Caution:
Always switch the set completely “OFF” (disconnected the
mains cord) before you remove or replace the SSB.
As the 5V2 standby voltage is always present (while the set is
switched “ON”, in “standby” or in “Protection” mode) on the
SIMM connector, it is very risky to remove the SSB in this
situation, because the risk of short circuiting is very great.
In fact, there is no predefined service position for the SSB. Most
test points are located on the A-side (side that is facing the
tuner). If you have to replace ICs, you must take the complete
SSB module out of the SIMM-connector.
Note: For good access to the A-side, it is necessary to remove
the Auto-SCAVEM bracket (at the left side of the SSB).
Remove the two fixation screws at the bottom by the Auto-
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4.
EM5.2E AA
Mechanical Instructions
SCAVEM bracket. Lift the Auto-SCAVEM bracket slightly up,
and at the same time bend the top a little away from the tuner.
Now, push the bracket into the direction of the CRT, and lift it
out of the LSP-bracket.
To get access to the SSB test points, do the following:
SAM
SDM
1
2
2
SSB
1
1
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Figure 4-10 SSB removal (part 3)
Figure 4-8 SSB removal (part 1)
1. Once you have taken out the SSB, remove the shieldings
(2). Sometimes it is necessary to unsolder some soldertags first (1).
2. Now re-place the SSB module in the SIMM-connector in
reverse order.
1. Put the LSP in service position 2 (as described above).
2. Release the two clamps at the top of the SSB bracket (1)
and pull the bracket upward (2) (it hinges in the bracket at
the LOT side).
3. Now you can remove the complete SSB bracket.
1
Notes:
• For better access to the SSB, it is possible to order an
“extension tool” under number 9965 000 14526.
• If necessary for the measurement, you can put the LSP in
“Service position 2” (as described above).
3
4.4
SSB
Assies/Panels Removal
Sometimes, it can be necessary to swap a complete assy or
Printed Wiring Board (PWB). How that can be done is
explained below.
4.4.1
Top Control Assy/Panel
Notes:
• PV02 styling: assy is mounted in the front cabinet;
• FL13B styling: assy is mounted in the rear cover.
2
2
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Figure 4-9 SSB removal (part 2)
1. Push the top of the SSB towards the LOT (1).
2. Due to the pressure, the two metal clamps at both sides of
the SIMM-connector will release (2).
3. Take the complete SSB out (3).
1. Remove the two fixation screws.
2. Push the assy a little bit upwards, and then pull it
backwards to release it from the front hinge.
3. Lift the panel from its bracket, while releasing the four
fixation clamps.
Mechanical Instructions
4.4.2
4.4.4
Side-I/O Assy/Panel
EM5.2E AA
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4
2
2
EN 11
DAF Assy/Panel
1
3
4.
3
2
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3
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Figure 4-13 DAF-module
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1. Remove the fixation screw (1) (if present).
2. Push down the fixation clamp (2), and pull the complete
bracket at the same time away from the CRT (3). The
module is now free from the LSP-bracket.
3. Release the fixation clamps (4), in order to remove the
panel from its bracket.
Figure 4-11 Side I/O assy/panel
1. Release the snap-hook (1) with your finger.
2. At the same time, pull the assy backwards (2).
3. Release the two fixation clamps on the right side of the
bracket (the panel hinges at the left side).
4. Remove the panel from the bracket (3).
4.4.3
4.4.5
Small Signal Board (SSB)
See paragraph “Small Signal Board (SSB)” above.
Mains Switch Assy/Panel
4.4.6
Large Signal Panel (LSP)
1
1. Remove the “I/O 3rd SCART” assy (for PV02 styling) (see
paragraph “I/O 3rd SCART” above).
2. Remove the DAF assy (see paragraph “DAF Assy/Panel”
above).
3. Remove the SSB bracket and the SSB (see paragraph
“Small Signal Board (SSB)'”above).
4. Remove the two fixation screws at the bottom by the AutoSCAVEM bracket. Lift the Auto-SCAVEM bracket slightly
up, and at the same time bend the top a little away from the
tuner. Now, push the bracket into the direction of the CRT,
and lift it out of the LSP-bracket.
5. Remove the two fixation screws at the bottom by the LOT
bracket. Lift the LOT bracket from the right side slightly up,
and at the same time release it from the fastening at the
top, and remove the LOT bracket.
6. Disconnect the necessary cables.
7. Remove the two fixation screws. One screw is located
nearby the SIMM-connector and the second screw is
located nearby the degaussing coil.
8. Release the fixation clamps on the left side and on the
topside of the LSP-bracket (the panel hinges at the right
side).
9. Remove the panel from the bracket.
1
2
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Figure 4-12 Mains switch assy/panel
1. Release the two fixation clamps (rather difficult to reach),
by pushing them upwards (1). At the same time, pull the
complete assy backwards (2).
Note: be aware that the degaussing coil can hamper this.
2. Release the two fixation clamps on the two sides of the
bracket (the panel hinges at the connector side).
3. Remove the panel from the bracket.
4. When the light guide (sitting in the cabinet, in front of the
LEDs) is defective, you can replace it by pushing it
forwards at the left side (it hinges at the right side, seen
from the rear).
4.5
Set Re-assembly
To re-assemble the whole set, do all processes in reverse
order.
Note: be sure that, before the rear cover is mounted:
• The mains cord is mounted correctly in its guiding brackets.
• All wires/cables are returned in their original positions. This
is very important due to the large “hot” area of the set
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5.
EM5.2E AA
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
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Index of this chapter:
5.1 Test Points
5.2 Service Modes
5.3 Problems and Solving Tips (related to CSM)
5.4 ComPair
5.5 Error Codes
5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure
5.7 Protections
5.8 Repair tips
5.1
–
–
–
–
How to enter SDM
• Use one of the following methods:
• Use the standard RC-transmitter and key in the code
"062596", directly followed by the "MENU" button.
Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main
menu will appear. To switch it off, push the "MENU" button
again.
• When you shorten for a moment the two solder pads on the
'external part' of the SSB print, with the indication "SDM".
Activation can be performed in all modes, except when the
set has a problem with the main-processor.
Caution: If the SDM is entered via the pins, all the
software-controlled protections are de-activated.
• Use the DST-emulation feature of ComPair.
• Use the "DEFAULT" button on the Dealer Service Tool
(RC7150).
Test Points
The chassis is equipped with test points printed on the circuit
board assemblies. They refer to the diagram letters.
Perform measurements under the following conditions:
• Service Default Mode.
• Video: colour bar signal.
• Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right.
5.2
Service Modes
Service Default Mode (SDM) and Service Alignment Mode
(SAM) offer several features for the service technician, while
the Customer Service Mode (CSM) is used for communication
between a Philips Customer Care Centre (P3C) and a
customer.
After entering this mode, "SDM" will appear in the upper right
corner of the screen.
How to navigate
When you press the "MENU" button on the RC transmitter, the
set will toggle between the SDM and the normal user menu
(with the SDM mode still active in the background).
There is also the option of using ComPair, a hardware interface
between a computer (see requirements below) and the TV
chassis. It offers the ability of structured troubleshooting, test
pattern generation, error code reading, software version
readout, and software upgrading.
Minimum requirements: a Pentium processor, Windows 95/
98, and a CD-ROM drive (see also paragraph "ComPair").
Note: In this chassis, two LED configurations are possible: with
bicoloured LED (red/green) or with separate blue and red
LEDs. The bicoloured version is the one we know from EM5E.
The version with blue LED works slightly different. The blue
LED is controlled by software (via ON_OFF_LED). The red
LED will light in anti-phase to the blue one, but with a time
delay. This means that if the blue LED is blinking fast, the red
LED will stay off. But after the blue LED is "OFF" long enough,
the red LED will go "ON".
So take care: In certain service modes (e.g. blinking LED,
stepwise start-up, etc.) you must observe the blue LED and
ignore the red LED.
5.2.1
Service Default Mode (SDM)
Purpose
• To create a pre-defined setting, to get the same
measurement results as given in this manual.
• To override SW protections.
• To start the blinking LED procedure.
Specifications
• Tuning frequency: 475.25 MHz for PAL/SECAM.
• Colour system: SECAM L for France or PAL B/G for the
rest of Europe.
• All picture settings at 50 % (brightness, colour, contrast).
• All sound settings at 50 %, except volume at 25 %.
• All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, like:
– (Sleep) timer.
– Child/parental lock.
– Blue mute.
– Automatic volume limiter (AVL).
Auto switch-off (when no video signal was received for
10 minutes).
Skip/blank of non-favourite pre-sets.
Smart modes.
Auto store of personal presets.
Auto user menu time-out.
How to exit SDM
Use one of the following methods:
• Switch the set to STANDBY via the RC-transmitter.
• Press the "EXIT" button on the DST.
• Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key in "00"sequence.
5.2.2
Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
Purpose
• To perform (software) alignments.
• To change option settings.
• To easily identify the used software version.
• To view operation hours.
• To display (or clear) the error code buffer.
Specifications
• Operation hours counter.
• Software version.
• Option settings.
• Error buffer reading and erasing.
• Software alignments.
How to enter SAM
Use one of the following methods:
• Via a standard RC transmitter: key in the code "062596"
directly followed by the "OSD [i+]" button. After activating
SAM with this method a service warning will appear on the
screen, you can continue by pressing any digit key on the
RC.
• Short for a moment the two solder pads on the 'external
part' of the SSB print, with the indication SAM. Depending
on the software version it is possible that the service
warning will appear, you can continue by pressing any digit
key on the RC.
• Use the DST-emulation feature of ComPair.
• Press the ALIGN button on the DST while the set is in the
normal operation
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After entering this mode, "SAM" will appear in the upper right
corner of the screen.
Presetnr:
Presetname:
Contents of SAM:
• OPERATION HOURS. Displays the accumulated total of
operation hours (not the standby hours).
• HARDWARE INFO
– ROM VERSION. Displays the date of the software and
the software version of the ROM
(Example: EM53EU1-1.0_01234 = AAABBCX.Y_NNNNN).
• AAA= the chassis name.
• BB= the region: EU= Europe, AP= Asia Pacific
PAL/Multi, AN= Asia Pacific NTSC, US= USA, LT=
LATAM.
• C= the language cluster number.
• X.Y= the software version, where X is the main
version number (different numbers are not
compatible with one another) and Y is the sub
version number (a higher number is always
compatible with a lower number).
• NNNNN= last five digits of 12nc code software.
– FBX VERSION. The 12NC-number of the build in
Feature Box software.
• ERRORS (followed by maximal 10 errors). The most
recent error is displayed at the upper left (for an error
explanation see paragraph "Error Codes").
• DEFECTIVE MODULE. Here the module that generates
the error is displayed. If there are multiple errors in the
buffer, which are not all generated by a single module,
there is probably another defect. It will then display the
message "UNKNOWN" here.
• RESET ERROR BUFFER. When you press the "OK"
button, the error buffer is reset.
• ALIGNMENTS. This will activate the "ALIGNMENTS" submenu.
• DEALER OPTIONS. Extra features for the dealers.
• SERVICE OPTIONS. Extra features for Service.
• INITIALISE NVM. When an NVM was corrupted (or
replaced) in the former EM3 chassis, the microprocessor
replaces the content with default data (to assure that the
set can operate). However, all pre-sets and alignment
values are gone now, and option numbers are not correct.
Therefore, this was a very drastic way. In this chassis, the
procedure is implemented in another way: The moment the
processor recognises a corrupted NVM, the "INITIALISE
NVM" line will be highlighted. Now, you can do two things
(dependent of the service instructions at that moment):
– Save the content of the NVM via ComPair for
development analysis, before initialising. This will give
the Philips Service department an extra possibility for
diagnosis (e.g. when Development asks for this).
– Initialise the NVM (same as in the past, however now it
happens conscious).
• STORE. All options and alignments are stored when
pressing the "OK"-button
• FUNCTIONAL TEST. All devices are tested via the "OK"
button. Eventual errors are displayed in the error buffer.
The error buffer is not erased, the content returns when this
test is terminated.
• DAILY MENUS. With the "OK" button, you can go to the
normal user menu. SAM is still active in the background.
With the "MENU" button, you return from the user menu to
SAM menu. This feature can be helpful to quickly change
some settings in the user menu.
• SW MAINTENANCE
– UPGRADE. Not applicable for this chassis
– EVENTS. Not useful for service purposes. In case of
specific software problems, the development
department can ask for this info.
– BDM INFO. Broadcast Debug Menu info. The purpose
of this menu is to debug the broadcast, NOT the TV.
The menu gives an overview of what is received on the
current preset. Following items are displayed:
------
CNI NVM:
---CNI F1:
---CNI F2:
---CNI VPS:
---Morning Prog:
--Name 8/30 F1:
----Name 8/30 F2:
----Name TXT:
----Signal Strength:--EPG Service:
---
UTC:
LTO:
Time:
Date:
--:--:---:--:---:--:---/--/----
Time TXT:
Time 8/30 F1:
Date 8/30 F1:
LTO 8/30 F1:
--:--:---:--:---/--/-----:--:--
WSS
WSS
WSS
WSS
-----------
G1:
G2:
G3:
G4:
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Figure 5-1 Broadcast debug menu overview.
Table 5-1 Broadcast debug menu explanation
Item
Source
Description
Presetnr
Set
Presetnumber of the current selected
preset.
Presetname
Set
Presetname of the current selected
preset.
CNI NVM
Broadcaster
CNI number stored in NVM for the
current preset.
CNI F1
Broadcaster
CNI number from transmitted Packet 8/
30 Format 1.
CNI F2
Broadcaster
CNI number from transmitted Packet 8/
30 Format 2.
CNI VPS
Broadcaster
CNI number from transmitted VPS line.
Morning Prog
Broadcaster
"ARD" or "ZDF" according to dedicated
bit in 8/30 Format 1.
Name 8/30 F1
Broadcaster
Name extracted from status message of
8/30 Format 1.
Name 8/30 F2
Broadcaster
Name extracted from status message of
8/30 Format 2.
Name TXT
Broadcaster
Name extracted from TXT header.
Signal Strength
FBX
Noise figure measured for selected
preset.
EPG Service
Set
EPG Service stored in NVM for current
preset displayed as "TXT", "MCP",
"SCP", "OCP".
UTC
Set
UTC (Universal Time Code formerly
known as Greenwich Mean Time) used in
the set.
LTO
Set
LTO (Local Time Offset) used in the set.
Used by EPG for all Nextview displays. (=
Time TXT header - Time 8/30 F1 )
Time
Set
Current time running in the set. Was
extracted at startup, then maintained by
software.
Date
Set
Current date running in the set. Was
extracted at startup, then maintained by
software.
Time TXT
Broadcaster
TXT header time from the selected
preset.
Time 8/30 F1
Broadcaster
UTC time from 8/30 Format 1.
Date 8/30 F1
Broadcaster
Date from 8/30 Format 1.
LTO 8/30 F1
Broadcaster
LTO from 8/30 Format 1.
WSS G1
Broadcaster
WSS Group 1 (Aspect Ratio) bits 0 1 2 3
WSS G2
Broadcaster
WSS Group 2 (Enhanced Services) bits 4
567
WSS G3
Broadcaster
WSS Group 3 (Subtitles) bits 8 9 10
WSS G4
Broadcaster
WSS Group 4 (Reserved) bits 11 12 13
How to navigate
• In SAM, you can select the menu items with the "CURSOR
UP/DOWN" key on the RC-transmitter. The selected item
will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the
screen, move the "CURSOR UP/DOWN" key to display the
next/previous menu items.
• With the "CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT" keys, it is possible to:
– (De) activate the selected menu item.
– Change the value of the selected menu item.
– Activate the selected submenu.
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How to exit SAM
Use one of the following methods:
• Press the "MENU" button on the RC-transmitter, or
• Switch the set to STANDBY via the RC-transmitter, or
• Press the "EXIT" button on the DST.
5.2.3
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Customer Service Mode (CSM)
Purpose
When a customer is having problems with his TV-set, he can
call his dealer. The service technician can than ask the
customer to activate the CSM, in order to identify the status of
the set. Now, the service technician can judge the severity of
the complaint. In many cases, he can advise the customer how
to solve the problem, or he can decide if it is necessary to visit
the customer.
The CSM is a read only mode; therefore, modifications in this
mode are not possible.
How to enter CSM
Use one of the following methods:
• Press the "MUTE" button on the RC-transmitter
simultaneously with the "MENU" button on the TV (top
control) for at least 4 seconds.
• Key in the code "123654" via the standard RC transmitter.
Note: Activation of the CSM is only possible if there is no (user)
menu on the screen!
How to navigate
By means of the "CURSOR-DOWN/UP" knob on the RCtransmitter, you can navigate through the five menus.
Contents of CSM
Customer Service Menu 1
• SOFTWARE VERSION (Example: EM53EU11.0_01234). Displays the build in software version. In case
of field problems related to software, software flash-RAM
pos.7006 must be changed by a new one. Do this via
soldering. You will find details of the software versions in
the chapter "Software Survey" of the "Product Survey Colour Television" publication. This publication is
generated four times a year.
• FEATURE BOX. The 12NC-number of the build in Feature
Box software
• SET TYPE. This information is very helpful for a helpdesk/
workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In this way, it
is not necessary for the customer to look at the rear of the
TV-set.
• CODE 1. Gives the latest 5 errors of the error buffer. As
soon as the built-in diagnose software has detected an
error the buffer is adapted. The last occurred error is
displayed on the leftmost position. Each error code is
displayed as a 3-digit number. When less than 10 errors
occur, the rest of the buffer is empty (000). See also
paragraph "Error Codes" for a description.
• CODE 2. Gives the first 5 errors of the error buffer. See
also paragraph Error Codes for a description.
• VOLUME. Gives the last status of the volume as set by the
customer. The value can vary from 0 (volume is minimum)
to 100 (volume is maximum). Volume values can be
changed via the volume key on the RC-transmitter.
• BRIGHTNESS. Gives the last status of the brightness as
set by the customer. The value can vary from 0 (brightness
is minimum) to 100 (brightness is maximum). Brightness
values can be changed via the "CURSOR LEFT" and
"CURSOR RIGHT" keys on the RC-transmitter after
pressing the "MENU" button and selecting "PICTURE" and
"BRIGHTNESS".
• CONTRAST. Gives the last status of the contrast as set by
the customer. The value can vary from 0 (contrast is
minimum) to 100 (contrast is maximum). Contrast values
can be changed via "CURSOR LEFT" and "CURSOR
•
RIGHT" keys on the RC-transmitter after pressing the
"MENU" button and selecting "PICTURE" and
"CONTRAST".
COLOUR. Gives the last status of the colour saturation, as
set by the customer. The value can vary from 0 (colour is
minimum) to 100 (colour is maximum). Colour values can
be changed via "CURSOR LEFT" and "CURSOR RIGHT"
keys on the RC-transmitter after pressing the "MENU"
button and selecting "PICTURE" and "COLOUR".
HUE. Only relevant for NTSC-signals (e.g. some NTSCDVD-discs).
Customer Service Menu 2
• SHARPNESS. Gives the sharpness value. The value can
vary from 0 (sharpness is minimum) to 7 (sharpness is
maximum). In case of bad antenna signals, a too high
value of the sharpness can result in a noisy picture.
Sharpness values can be changed via the "CURSOR
LEFT" and "CURSOR RIGHT" keys on the RC-transmitter
after pressing the "MENU" button and selecting
"PICTURE" and "SHARPNESS".
• HEADPHONE VOLUME. Gives the last status of the
headphone volume, as set by the customer. The value can
vary from 0 (volume is minimum) to 100 (volume is
maximum). Headphone volume values can be changed via
the "CURSOR LEFT" and "CURSOR RIGHT" keys on the
RC-transmitter after pressing the "MENU" button and
selecting "SOUND" and "HEADPHONE VOLUME".
• SURROUND MODE. Indicates the by the customer
selected surround mode (or automatically chosen mode).
In case the set is a Non-Dolby set, there will be displayed
"0". If it is a Dolby-set then is displayed: "STEREO", "3
STEREO", "HALL", "3DSURROUND", "DOLBY PRO
LOGIC" or "DOLBY DIGITAL". These settings can be
influenced after pressing the "MENU" button and selecting
"SOUND" and SURROUND MODE". It can also have been
selected automatically by signalling bits (internal software).
• TUNER FREQUENCY. Indicates the frequency the
selected transmitter is tuned to. The tuner frequency can
be changed via the "CURSOR LEFT" and "CURSOR
RIGHT" keys for fine tune after opening the installation
menu and selecting "INSTALL" and "MANUAL INSTALL".
• DIGITAL OPTION. Gives the selected digital mode, "100
HZ", "DIGITAL SCAN", "NATURAL MOTION", "DOUBLE
LINES", or "PIXEL PLUS". Change via "MENU",
"PICTURE", "DIGITAL OPTIONS".
• CENTRE TRIM. Indicates the difference between main
volume and volume of centre speaker. Change via:
"MENU", "SETUP", "SPEAKERS", and "CENTRE
VOLUME" (not available when "Surround Mode" is set to
"STEREO" or "HALL"). The value can vary from "-10" to
"+10"
• TV SYSTEM. Gives information about the video system of
the selected transmitter.
– BG: PAL BG signal received.
– DK: PAL DK signal received.
– I: PAL I signal received.
– L/La: SECAM L/La signals received.
– M: NTSC M signal received with video carrier on 38.9
MHz.
Customer Service Menu 3
• BALANCE. Indicates the balance settings, between "-50"
and "+50". Change via "MENU", "SOUND", and
"BALANCE". Not applicable for Dolby Pro Logic sets.
• CENTRE MODE. Indicates if centre mode is set "ON" or
"OFF". When centre mode is on, all TV speakers are used
as one centre speaker. Change Centre mode via "MENU",
"SETUP", "SPEAKERS", and "CENTRE MODE".
• DNR. Gives the selected DNR setting (Dynamic Noise
Reduction), "OFF", "MINIMUM", "MEDIUM", or
"MAXIMUM". Change via "MENU", "PICTURE", "DNR"
• NOISE FIGURE. Gives the noise ratio for the selected
transmitter. This value can vary from 0 (good signal) to 127
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(average signal) and to 255 (bad signal). For some
software versions, the noise figure will only be valid when
"Active Control" is set to "medium" or "maximum".
SOURCE. Indicates which source is used and the video/
audio signal quality of the selected source.
(Example: Tuner, Video/NICAM) Source: "TUNER",
"EXT1", "EXT2", "EXT3", "EXT4", "SIDE", "AV1", "AV2",
"AV3" or "AV4". Video signal quality: "VIDEO", "S-VIDEO",
"RGB 1FH", "YPBPR 1FH 480P", "YPBPR 1FH 576P",
"YPBPR 1FH 1080I", "YPBPR 2FH 480P", "YPBPR 2FH
576P", "YPBPR 2FH 1080I", "RGB 2FH 480P", "RGB 2FH
576P" or "RGB 2FH 1080I". Audio signal quality:
"STEREO", "SPDIF 1", "SPDIF 2" or "SPDIF".
AUDIO SYSTEM. Gives information about the audio
system of the selected transmitter: "ANALOGUE MONO",
"ANALOGUE STEREO", "PCM 2/0", "DD 1/0", "DD 2/0
LtRt", "DD 2/0 L0R0", "DD 2/1", "DD 2/2", "DD 3/0", "DD 3/
1", "DD 3/2", "DD 1+1", "MPEG 1/0", "MPEG 2/0", "MPEG
2/0 LtRt", "MPEG 2/1", "MPEG 2/2", "MPEG 3/0", "MPEG
3/1", "MPEG 3/2", "MPEG 1+1" or "MPEG 2+2".
TUNED BIT. Gives information about the tuning method of
the stored pre-set. If a channel is found via "automatic
installation", you will see the value "Off". When you change
this (automatically found) frequency via "fine tune"
adjustment (installation menu - manual installation), the
displayed value will change to "On". Therefore, when you
see the value "On" in this line, it is an indication that the
received channel is a non-standard signal (e.g. of a VCR).
SURROUND SPEAKERS. Indicates if the surround
speakers are present, "YES" or "NO". Change via "MENU",
"SETUP", "SPEAKERS", and "SURROUND SPEAKERS".
ON TIMER. Indicates if the "On Timer" is set "ON" or "OFF"
and if the timer is "ON" also displays start time, start day
and program number. Change via "MENU", "TV",
"FEATURES", and "ON TIMER".
PRESET LOCK. Indicates if the selected preset has a child
lock: "LOCKED" or "UNLOCKED". Change via "MENU",
"TV", "FEATURES", "CHILD LOCK", and "CUSTOM
LOCK".
Customer Service Menu 4
• CHILD LOCK. Indicates the last status of the general child
lock: "UNLOCK", "LOCK", or "CUSTOM LOCK". Change
via "MENU", "TV", "FEATURES", "CHILD LOCK", and
"LOCK".
• AGE LOCK. Indicates the last status of the EPG rating for
child lock: "OFF", "4 YEARS", "6 YEARS", "8 YEARS", "10
YEARS", "12 YEARS", "14 YEARS" or "16 YEARS". This
is only displayed if child lock is set to "CUSTOM LOCK"
• LOCK AFTER. Indicates at what time the child lock is set:
"OFF" or e.g. "18:45" (lock time). This is only displayed if
child lock is set to "CUSTOM LOCK"
• CATEGORY LOCK. Indicates the last status of the EPG
theme childlock: "MOVIES", "NEWS", "SHOWS",
"SPORTS", "CHILDREN", "MUSIC", "CULTURE", or
"SERIES". This is only displayed if child lock is set to
"CUSTOM LOCK". It is possible that more than one value
is shown.
• PROGRAM CATEGORY. Indicates the theme of the
selected transmitter: "MOVIES", "NEWS", "SHOWS",
"SPORTS", "CHILDREN", "MUSIC", "CULTURE", or
"SERIES".
• TV RATINGS LOCK. Only applicable for US.
• MOVIE RATINGS LOCK. Only applicable for US.
• V-CHIP TV STATUS. Only applicable for US.
Customer Service Menu 5
• V-CHIP MOVIE STATUS. Only applicable for US.
• OPTIONS 1. Gives the option codes of option group 1 as
set in SAM (Service Alignment Mode).
• OPTIONS 2. Gives the option codes of option group 2 as
set in SAM (Service Alignment Mode).
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AVL. Indicates the last status of AVL (Automatic Volume
Level): "ON" or "OFF". Change via "MENU", "TV",
"SOUND", "AVL"
DELTA VOLUME. Indicates the last status of the delta
volume for the selected preset as set by the customer: from
"-12" to "+12". Change via "MENU", "TV", "SOUND",
"DELTA VOLUME".
SURROUND TRIM L. Indicates the last status of
"SURROUND LEFT VOLUME" as set by the customer:
from "-10" to "+10". Only available in Digital Dolby sets.
Change via "MENU", "SETUP", "SPEAKERS",
"SURROUND L VOLUME.
SURROUND TRIM R. Indicates the last status of
"Surround Right Volume" as set by the customer: from "10" to "+10". Only available in Digital Dolby sets. Change
via "MENU", "SETUP", "SPEAKERS", "SURROUND R
VOLUME.
FRONT SPKR DIST. Indicates the last status of the
distance to the front speakers as set by the customer: "1m",
"2m", or "3m",.... Change via "MENU", "SETUP",
"SPEAKERS", "TO FRONT".
SURR. SPKR DIST. Indicates the last status of the
distance to the surround speakers as set by the customer:
"1m", "2m", or "3m",. Change via "MENU", "SETUP",
"SPEAKERS", "TO SURROUND".
How to exit CSM
Use one of the following methods:
• After you press a key on the RC-transmitter (with exception
of the "CHANNEL", "VOLUME" and digit (0-9) keys), or
• After you switch the TV-set "OFF" with the mains switch.
5.3
Problems and Solving Tips (related to CSM)
Note: Below described problems are all related to the TV
settings. The procedures to change the value (or status) of the
different settings are described above. New value(s) are
automatically stored.
5.3.1
Picture Problems
Snowy/noisy picture
1. Check line 24 "Noise Figure". In case the value is 127 or
higher, and the value is also high on other programs, check
the aerial cable/aerial system. For some software
versions, the noise figure will only be valid when "Active
Control" is set to "medium" or "maximum".
2. Check lines 11 "Sharpness" and 24 "Noise Figure". In case
the value of line 11 is 3 or 4 and the value of line 24 is high
(127 or higher), decrease the "Sharpness" value.
Picture too dark
1. Press "MENU", "TV", "PICTURE", "SMART PICTURE". In
case the picture improves, increase the "Brightness" or the
"Contrast" value. The new value(s) are automatically
stored (in "personal" pre-set) for all TV channels.
2. Check line 7 "Brightness" and 8 "Contrast". If the value of
line 7 is low (< 10) or the value of line 8 is low (< 10),
increase the "Brightness" or the "Contrast" value.
Picture too bright
1. Press "MENU", "TV", "PICTURE", "SMART PICTURE". In
case the picture improves, decrease the "Brightness" or
the "Contrast" value. The new value(s) are automatically
stored (in "personal" pre-set) for all TV channels.
2. Check lines 7 "Brightness" and 8 "Contrast". If the value of
line 7 is high (> 40) or the value of line 8 is high (> 50).
Decrease the "Brightness" value or increase the "Contrast"
value.
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White line around picture elements and text
1. Press "MENU", "TV", "PICTURE", "SMART PICTURE". In
case the picture improves, decrease the "Sharpness"
value. The new value is automatically stored (in "personal"
pre-set) for all TV channels.
2. Check line 11 "Sharpness". Decrease the "Sharpness"
value. The new value is automatically stored for all TV
channels.
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5.4.2
No picture
Check line 27 "Tuned bit". In case the value is "No", install the
required program again. Open the installation menu and
perform manual installation.
The ComPair faultfinding program is able to determine the
problem of the defective television. ComPair can gather
diagnostic information in two ways:
• Automatic (by communication with the television):
ComPair can automatically read out the contents of the
entire error buffer. Diagnosis is done on I2C level. ComPair
can access the I2C bus of the television. ComPair can send
and receive I2C commands to the micro controller of the
television. In this way, it is possible for ComPair to
communicate (read and write) to devices on the I2C busses
of the TV-set.
• Manually (by asking questions to you): Automatic
diagnosis is only possible if the micro controller of the
television is working correctly and only to a certain extends.
When this is not the case, ComPair will guide you through
the faultfinding tree by asking you questions (e.g. Does the
screen give a picture? Click on the correct answer: YES /
NO) and showing you examples (e.g. Measure test-point I7
and click on the correct oscillogram you see on the
oscilloscope). You can answer by clicking on a link (e.g.
text or a waveform picture) that will bring you to the next
step in the faultfinding process.
By a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive
question / answer procedure, ComPair will enable you to find
most problems in a fast and effective way.
Blue picture and/or unstable picture
A scrambled or decoded signal is received.
Black and white picture
Check line 9 "Colour". In case the value is low (< 10), increase
the "Colour" value. The new value is automatically stored for all
TV channels.
No colours/colour lines around picture elements or
colours not correct or unstable picture
1. Check line 20 "TV System". If a "strange" system pops up,
something has gone wrong during installation. Re-install
the channel.
2. In case line 20 is "L", the installed system for this pre-set is
"France", while "West Europe" is required. Install the
required program again: open the installation menu and
perform manual installation. Select system "West Europe".
Menu text not sharp enough
1. Press "MENU", "TV", "PICTURE", "SMART PICTURE". In
case picture improves, decrease the contrast value. The
new value(s) are automatically stored for all TV channels.
2. Check line 8 "Contrast". The value of line 8 is high (> 50).
Decrease the contrast value.
Beside fault finding, ComPair provides some additional
features like:
• Up- or downloading of pre-sets.
• Managing of pre-set lists.
• Emulation of the Dealer Service Tool (DST).
• If both ComPair and SearchMan (Electronic Service
Manual) are installed, all the schematics and the PWBs of
the set are available by clicking on the appropriate
hyperlink.
Example: Measure the DC-voltage on capacitor C2568
(Schematic/Panel) at the Mono-carrier.
– Click on the "Panel" hyperlink to automatically show
the PWB with a highlighted capacitor C2568.
– Click on the "Schematic" hyperlink to automatically
show the position of the highlighted capacitor.
Sound Problems
No sound from left and right speaker
Check line 6 "Volume". The value is low. Increase the value of
"Volume". The new value(s) are automatically stored (in
"personal" pre-set) for all TV channels.
Sound too loud for left and right speaker
Check line 6 "Volume". The value is high. Decrease the value
of " Volume". The new value(s) are automatically stored (in
"personal" pre-set) for all TV channels.
5.4
ComPair
5.4.1
Introduction
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a service tool for Philips
Consumer Electronics products. ComPair is a further
development on the European DST (service remote control),
which allows faster and more accurate diagnostics. ComPair
has three big advantages:
• ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how
to repair the chassis in a short time by guiding you
systematically through the repair procedures.
• ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics (on I2C level) and
is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem areas.
You do not have to know anything about I2C commands
yourself because ComPair takes care of this.
Specifications
ComPair consists of a Windows based faultfinding program
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
The ComPair interface box is connected to the PC via a serial
or RS232 cable.
For this chassis, the ComPair interface box and the TV
communicate via a bi-directional service cable via the service
connector.
Blue picture
No proper signal is received. Check the aerial cable/aerial
system.
5.3.2
ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the
microprocessor is working) and all repair information is
directly available. When ComPair is installed together with
the SearchMan electronic manual of the defective chassis,
schematics and PWBs are only a mouse click away.
5.4.3
Stepwise Start-up
Under normal circumstances, a fault in the power supply, or an
error during start-up, will switch the television to protection
mode. ComPair can take over the initialisation of the television.
In this way, it is possible to distinguish which part of the startup routine (hence which circuitry) is causing the problem.
Take notice that the transition between two steps can take
some time, so give the set some time to reach a stable state.
During the transition time the LED can blink strangely.
Stepwise start- up explanation
This is realised via ComPair and is very helpful when a
protection is activated (see also chapter "Protections").
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
Table 5-2 Stepwise start-up table
Display
LED
Enabled
protection
On
None
State
Description mode
0
Low power standby: 5V2/3V3 present,
uP in standby-mode
1
High power Standby: TV-set in standby- Wait 1s,
mode
flash 1 x
None
2
Main Power On: HOP in standby, 5V/8V Wait 1s,
present, I2C protections on, SSB is
flash 2 x
powered by standby-supply (5V/8V).
Degaussing (12 s) has been activated,
MSP is reset.
4&5
3
Initialized (Semi standby): most IC's are Wait 1s,
initialized, HOP still in standby
flash 3 x
Plus 1, 6 & 18
4
HOP: HOP fully powered and working, Wait 1s,
EHT is present, rest of IC's initialized, flash 4 x
black current stabilisation is off, picture
is still blanked
Plus 2 & 16
5
On: TV-set operates, black current
Wait 1s,
stabilisation is on, picture is unblanked. flash 5 x
Note (*):
•
When the set is in stepwise mode and, due to stepping-up,
a protection is activated, the set will really go into protection
(blinking LED). The set will not leave the stepwise-mode
however. If state X is the state where the set went to
protection, stepwise start-up will return to state X-1. At
state (X-1) diagnostic measurements can be performed.
Also, in the short time the set is in state X but not yet in
protection, you can also do some measurements.
5.4.4
5.5
Error Codes
5.5.1
Introduction
5.5.2
PC
VCR
Power
9V DC
5.5.3
I2C
Figure 5-2 ComPair interface connection
How To Order
ComPair order codes (EU/AP/LATAM):
• Starter kit ComPair32/SearchMan32 software and
ComPair interface (excl. transformer): 3122 785 90450.
• ComPair interface (excluding transformer): 4822 727
21631.
• Starter kit ComPair32 software (registration version): 3122
785 60040.
• Starter kit SearchMan32 software: 3122 785 60050.
• ComPair32 CD (update): 3122 785 60070 (year 2002,
3122 785 60110 (year 2003).
• SearchMan32 CD (update): 3122 785 60080 (year 2002),
3122 785 60120 (year 2003), 3122 785 60130 (year 2004).
• ComPair interface cable: 3122 785 90004.
• ComPair firmware upgrade IC: 3122 785 90510.
• Transformer (non-UK): 4822 727 21632.
• Transformer UK: 4822 727 21633.
• Additional ComPair interface cable: 3139 131 03791.
Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local
support desk.
How to read the Error Buffer
How to clear the Error Buffer
Use one of the following methods:
• By activation of the "RESET ERROR BUFFER" command
in the SAM menu.
• With a normal RC, key in sequence "MUTE" followed by
"062599" and "OK".
• When you transmit the commands "DIAGNOSE" - "99" "OK" with ComPair (or with a DST).
• If the content of the error buffer has not changed for 50+
hours, it resets automatically.
E_06532_021.eps
180804
5.4.5
EN 17
Use one of the following methods:
• On screen via the SAM (only if you have a picture).
Examples:
– 0 0 0 0 0: No errors detected
– 6 0 0 0 0: Error code 6 is the last and only detected
error
– 9 6 0 0 0: Error code 6 was first detected and error
code 9 is the last detected error
• Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no
picture). See next paragraph.
• Via ComPair.
This is described in the chassis fault finding database in
ComPair .
TO
I2C SERVICE
CONNECTOR
5.
The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
right, new errors are logged at the left side, and all other errors
shift one position to the right.
When an error has occurred, the error is added to the list of
errors, provided the list is not full or the error is a protection
error.
When an error occurs and the error buffer is full, then the new
error is not added, and the error buffer stays intact (history is
maintained), except when the error is a protection error.
To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the
error is removed from the list after 50+ operation hours.
When multiple errors occur (errors occurred within a short time
span), there is a high probability that there is some relation
between them.
How To Connect
TO
UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR
EM5.2E AA
5.5.4
Error Codes
In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before
you begin the repair. This to ensure that old error codes are no
longer present. Before clearing the buffer, write down the
content, as this history can give you significant information.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error
code and not the actual cause (e.g., a fault in the protection
detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).
There are various errors:
• I2C device errors.
• I2C bus errors.
• Protection errors.
• Errors not related to an I2C device, but of importance:
– BLACK CURRENT LOOP (ERROR 28): detection of a
continuous fail of the black current stabilisation loop of
the HOP.
– FEM (ERROR 26): at start-up, after initialisation of the
PICNIC, the presence of the FALCONIC can be
checked.
– EAGLE (ERROR 27): at start-up, after initialisation of
the PICNIC, the presence of the Eagle can be
checked.
EN 18
5.
EM5.2E AA
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
Table 5-3 Error table.
Error Device
Description
Def. item Defect. module indication
Diagram
1
M24C32
NVM, spontaneous blinking error 1
7011
Control
B5a
2
Hfail Protection
Horizontal Flyback protection
/
Horizontal Flyback
/
3
SAA4978
PICNIC
7713
Feature Box
B3a
4
Supply 5V
5V protection
/
+5V Supply
B5a
5
Supply 8V
8V protection
/
+8V Supply
B5a
6
Slow I2C bus blocked
Spontaneous blinking error 6
/
Slow I2C Blocked
/
7
TDA9330
HOP High-end Output Processor
7301
Video Controller
B4
8
TDA932x
HIP High-end Input Processor
7323
Chroma IF IO
B2
12
TDA9178
Topic
7302
Video Controller
B4
13
UV1318/...
Tuner protection
1200
Tuner
A8
14
MSPxxxx
ITT sound processor
7651
Audio module
B6a
16
FBX
Feature Box Protection
/
+3V (Fbx) Supply
B3
18
Fast I2C bus blocked
Spontaneous blinking error 18
/
Fast I2C Blocked
/
26
SAA4998
FEM
7760
+3V (Fbx) Supply
B3b
27
T6TX5EF
Eagle
7724
+3V (Fbx) Supply
B3c
28
Black current loop
Black current loop
/
Video Controller
/
32
M29W400BT
Flash Ram (EPG)
7012
EPG Memory
B5a
•
Note:
Error codes 1, 6, or 18 are protection codes and in this case,
supplies of some circuits will be switched "OFF". Also, in
protection, the LED will blink the number of times equivalent to
the most recent error code.
•
5.6
The Blinking LED Procedure
5.6.1
Introduction
Via this procedure, you can make the contents of the error
buffer visible via the front LED. This is especially useful for fault
finding, when there is no picture.
When the SDM is entered, the front LED will show (blink) the
contents of the error-buffer. Error-codes = 10 are shown as
follows:
• A long blink of 750 ms (which is an indication of the decimal
digit),
• A pause of 1.5 s,
• "n" short blinks (where "n" = 1 - 9),
• When all the error-codes are displayed, the sequence
finishes with a LED blink of 3 s,
• The sequence starts again.
Example: Error 12 9 6 0 0.
After activation of the SDM, the red front LED will show:
• 1 long blink of 750 ms (which is an indication of the decimal
digit) followed by a pause of 1.5 s,
• 2 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
• 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
• 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s,
• 1 long blink of 3 s to finish the sequence,
• The sequence starts again.
Note: If errors 1, 6 or 18 occur, the LED always gives the last
occurred error even if the set is NOT in service mode.
5.6.2
How to Enter
Use one of the following methods:
• Enter the SDM (only via soldering pads marked "SDM" on
SSB). The blinking red front LED will show the entire
contents of the error buffer (this works in "normal
operation" mode and in "protection" mode).
• Transmit the commands "MUTE" - "062500" - "OK" with a
normal RC. The complete error buffer is shown. Take
notice that it takes some seconds before the blinking led
LED starts.
Transmit the commands "MUTE" - "06250x" - "OK" with a
normal RC (where "x" is a number between 1 and 5). When
x= 1 the last detected error is shown, x= 2 the second last
error, etc.... Take notice that it takes some seconds before
the blinking led LED starts.
"DIAGNOSE X" with the DST (where "x" is a number
between 1 and 5). When x= 1 the last detected error is
shown, x= 2 the second last error, etc.... When x = 0 all
errors are shown.
5.7
Protections
5.7.1
Introduction
This chassis has only one microprocessor (OTC), which
remains active during Standby. This because power of the
microprocessor and the attached memory chip set is coming
from the 3V3 supply, which is derived from the 5V Standbycircuitry. Therefore, in both Power-on as in Standby mode, the
microprocessor is connected to this power supply.
If a fault situation is detected, an error code will be generated
and if necessary, the set is put in protection mode. The
protection mode is indicated by the blinking of the front LED at
a frequency of 3 Hz (or by a coded blinking in special cases).
In some error cases however, the microprocessor does not put
the set in the protection mode (this is the case with the hardware - loudspeaker protection of the audio amplifier).
The content of the error buffer can be read via the service menu
(SAM), the blinking LED procedure or via DST/ComPair.
To get a quick diagnosis, this chassis has three service-modes
implemented:
• The Customer Service Mode (CSM).
• The Service Default Mode (SDM). Start-up of the set in a
predefined way.
• The Service Alignment Mode (SAM). In this mode, items
of the set can be adjusted via a menu.
You can enter both SDM and SAM modes via the 'service pads'
on the SSB, via an RC-transmitter (DST or standard RC), or via
ComPair. It is not possible to enter the SAM in "standby"; the
TV has to be in "normal operation" mode.
The "Protection Diagram" shows the structure of the protection
system. See diagram below.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
The following protections are implemented:
• HFB (Horizontal Flyback): If the horizontal flyback is not
present, this is detected via the HOP (HFB_XRAY_PROT). One status bit is set to "high". The error code
is stored in the error buffer and the set will go into the
protection mode.
• XPR (X-ray protection): If the HFB pulses are too low
(level detection), the HOP will detect this via the XPR-bit.
The error will be logged in the error buffer and the set will
go into protection mode.
FLS (5)
Flash detect
HFB
HFB-XRAY-PROT
I2C
7001
I2C PROTECTIONS
+8V_CON
+8V SENSE (105)
HOP
PICNIC
EN 19
XPR (43)
HOP
HIP
5.
of the inputs of the HOP, the relevant error bit in the HOP
register is set to "high". If this error bit is still "high" after 1 s, the
OTC will store the error code in the error buffer of the NVM and,
depending on the relevancy of the error bit, the set will either
go into the protection mode or not.
7301
EHT-info
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+5V_CON
Note: Both errors will be logged as HFB-failure.
+5V SENSE (106)
TUNER
NVM
DNR
OTC
MSP
5.7.5
Hardware Related Protections
TOPIC
FBX
PROTECTION
PICNIC 3V3
I2C
Due to the architecture ("hot" deflection), some protections
cannot be sensed by the microprocessor. Three of these
protections will lead to a protection on set level (Standby mode
and blinking LED), while another will only lead to a circuit
protection.
I2C
CL 16532044_024.eps
090501
TV-set Protection
The following fault conditions will lead to a "complete" set
protection:
• BRIDGECOIL protection: This is sensed via the "EW"
signal going to the base of TS7652 (via R3495 and D6499).
In a normal situation, the voltage on C2498 (diagram A4) is
high and TS7652 is conducting. When bridge coil 5422
(diagram A3) is short circuited, the voltage on C2498
changes to low, which will block TS7652. In this case, also
TS7641 will block and the voltage on 2642 will rise until
TS7443 is forced in conduction. The "SUP-ENABLE"
signal (in normal operating condition -20 V) is shorted now
to ground level, which will force the Main Power Supply to
Standby mode.
• ARC protection: If there are "open" connections (e.g. bad
solder joints) in the high-energy deflection circuitry, this can
lead to damaging effects (read: fire). For that reason, the E/
W current is sensed (via 3479//3480). If this current
becomes too high, the "thyristor" circuit (TS7653 and
TS7654) is triggered. TS7442 is switched "on" and TS7443
is forced into conduction. . The "SUP-ENABLE" signal is
shorted now to ground level, which will force the Main
Power Supply to Standby mode.
• NON_VFB (No vertical Flyback) protection: If the frame
stage generates no pulses, TS7641 will block. TS7443 is
now switched "on", which will lead to Standby mode.
Therefore, in normal operation condition, TS7641 and
TS7652 are conducting, while TS7443 is blocked.
Figure 5-3 Protection diagram
There are several types of protections:
• I2C related protections.
• OTC related protections (via polling on I/O pins or via
algorithms).
• HOP related protections (mainly for deflection items).
• Hardware errors that are not sensed by the OTC (e.g.
vertical flyback protection, bridge coil protection, E/W
protection, arcing protection).
All protections are explained below.
5.7.2
I2C Related Protections
In normal operation, some registers of the I2C controlled ICs are
refreshed every 200 ms. During this sequence, the I2C busses
and the I2C ICs are checked.
An I2C protection will take place if the SDA and SCL lines are
short-circuited to ground, or to each other. An I2C error will also
occur, if the power supply of the IC is missing (e.g. FBX_PROT
(error 16)).
5.7.3
OTC Related Protections
If a protection is detected at an OTC input, the OTC will start to
scan all protection inputs every 200 ms for 5 times. If the
protection on one of the inputs is still active after 1 s, the
microprocessor will put the set in the protection mode.
Before the scanning is started, a so-called "ESD refresh" is
carried out. This is done, because the interrupt on one of the
inputs is possibly caused either by a flash or by ESD. As a flash
or ESD can influence IC settings, the HIP, MSP, 3D Comb (US
only) and wireless module are initialised again, to ensure the
normal picture and sound conditions of the set.
8 V and 5 V protection: The microprocessor senses the
presence of the 8 V and 5 V (via the "+5V_CON" and
"+8V_CON" lines). If one (or both) of these voltages is (are) not
present, an error code is stored in the error buffer of the NVM,
and the set is put in the protection mode.
5.7.4
Circuit Protection
The following fault condition will lead to a "partly" set protection:
• PROT1 (DC) protection: When a DC-voltage (positive or
negative) is sensed on one of the loudspeaker outputs, the
protection circuit (TS7704, 7705, 7706 and 7707 in
diagram A6) will put the IC7700 in Standby mode (via tristate input pin 6). For more details, see chapter "Circuit
Descriptions".
5.8
Repair tips
5.8.1
Miscellaneous
HOP Related Protections
Every 200 ms, the status register of the HOP is read by the
OTC (via the I2C bus). If a protection signal is detected on one
The relay you hear when you switch the set "on" (from Standby
or via the mains switch), is from the degaussing circuitry. It is
not used for switching the Power Supply (as done in the MGchassis).
EN 20
5.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
EM5.2E AA
5.8.3
Take care not to touch the "hot" heatsink while disconnecting
the SSB, despite the fact that the mains cord is out of the mains
socket. There can still be an annoying rest-voltage on the
heatsink for a short while. This, because the discharge
resistors 3502 and 3503 (on the LSP between hot and cold
part) are not stuffed for Europe. Instead, discharge resistors
3066 and 3057 on the Mains Switch panel are used, but
because they are located before the Mains switch, they only
discharge when this switch is "on".
Advice: when you remove the SSB, disconnect the Mains
cord, but keep the Mains Switch "on".
Do not try to measure on the SSB side, which is facing the 'hot'
heatsink. This is dangerous. Most service test points are
guided to the 'tuner' side and are indicated by the 'service'
printing.
Where the circuitry was too "crowded" for service printing, you
can find the correct location on the "test point overviews" in this
manual.
A very large part of the LSP is "hot", such as:
• The primary part of the Standby Supply.
• The whole Main supply (except for the secondary Audio
supply).
• And the complete deflection circuitry (so notice that the
deflection coil is hot!).
5.8.2
This chassis does not have an IR transmitting LED (as in MGsets). Therefore, a "Service" (ComPair) connector is
implemented at the rear side of the set, which is directly
accessible (as in A10-, EM2E-, EM3E and EM5E-sets). In
addition to this, there is also a blinking LED procedure to show
the contents of the error buffer.
When you use ComPair, you have the possibility to activate a
"stepwise start-up" mode. With this mode, you can initiate the
start-up sequence step by step. This also means that in certain
steps, some protections are not activated. This is sometimes
very convenient during repair.
5.8.4
The "ARC"- and/or "BRIDGECOIL" protection are hardly ever
triggered, however:
• When you suspect the "ARC" protection, look for bad
solder joints and smell. By interrupting resistor 3497, this
protection is disabled (special attention needed!).
• When you suspect the "BRIDGECOIL" protection, which
can also be due to a too wide picture amplitude, shorten G
and S of the E/W MOSFET 7480. This will disable the
protection. You will now have minimal horizontal amplitude.
Re-align the horizontal amplitude in the SAM menu and
remove the G/S short of TS7480.
HOT
EHT-INFO
8V
5 START/STOP
17/39
I2C BUS
OUT
HOP
1
29 START/STOP
CUTOFF
(from
CRT panel)
5VCON
RESET
Protections
Activating SDM via the "service pads" will overrule the
processor-controlled protections, but not the hardware
protections. This means, that the A/D-input protections (5 and
8 V) and the I2C "not-acknowledging" info of the feature box
(FBX) and of the Tuner are overruled.
Caution: When doing this, the service technician must know
what he is doing, as it could lead to damaging the set.
Start-up Sequence
COLD
ComPair
8VCON
106
2
5.8.5
Main Supply
105
OTC
7141
5V
99
POR
8V
STANDBY
low 7131/41 closed
high 7131/41 open
7131
The simplest way is, to replace the components of the Main
Supply with repair kit 3122 785 90310.
220 VAC
104
STBY
SUPPLY
More detailed way:
1. Replace FET 7504 and zener 6505.
2. Remove the SSB panel.
3. Short B and E of TS7529, in order to put the Main Supply
in "on"-mode (TS7529 is blocking then).
Caution: To prevent that R3403 and TS7443 will be
damaged, first disable the HW-protection of the
deflection circuit. Therefore short circuit C2642 on the
LSP (diagram A4).
4. Attach a load of 500 O to V_BAT capacitor C2515 (the
supply can not work without a minimum load).
5. Use a variac, and slowly increase the V_MAINS. Measure
over sensing resistors R3514//15, if a nice sawtooth
voltage becomes available.
6. Also measure the V_BAT. This may never exceed +141 V.
If it does, there is something wrong in the feedback circuitry
(e.g. regulator 7506).
3
MAIN
SUPPLY
SUP-ENABLE
Vbat
+11D
POR
7445
LINE DEFL.
(BRIDGECOIL
-PROT)
(ARC-PROT)
PROTSENSING
FRAME
DEFL
(NON-VFB)
CL16532044_023.eps
140501
Figure 5-4 Start-up circuitry
The start up sequence differs from other sets (e.g. MG-sets or
EM2E-sets, but is same as in EM3E-set):
1. When the set is switched "on", the 5 and 8 V lines
("+5V_CON" and "+8V_CON") of the standby power
supply are activated.
2. After the OTC senses them, the P will address the HOP via
the I2C-bus, to start the drive [1].
3. Via the "SUP-ENABLE" signal, the Main Supply is switched
"on" and will deliver the V_BAT to the Line deflection stage
[2].
4. EHT generation is now started.
5. The OTC will un-blank the picture.
6. When you switch "off" the set, this is done in a controlled
way via the POR signal [3].
Note: Standby is not directly achieved via the Standby line of
the microprocessor, but indirectly via the HOP circuitry.
Note: Be careful when measuring on the gate of FET TS7504.
This circuitry is very high ohmic and can easily be damaged
(first connect ground to measuring equipment, than measure
the gate).
5.8.6
Standby Supply
The simplest way is to replace the components of the Standby
Supply with repair kit 3122 785 90460.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding
5.8.7
Line Deflection
The simplest way is to replace the components of the Line
Deflection circuitry with repair kit 3122 785 90330.
5.8.8
Frame Deflection
Caution: When the Frame Deflection circuitry is suspected,
one must be careful. Because there is a DC-voltage on the
frame deflection, the beam current could damage the CRT
neck, leading to a defective CRT.
EM5.2E AA
5.
1. Interrupt the resistors 3403 and 3404 on the CRT panel
(diagram F1), in order to remove the "filament" voltage
from the tube (no beam current, so no chance of destroying
the CRT).
2. Interrupt resistor 3403 on the LSP (diagram A4) to disable
the "SUP-ENABLE" line.
3. Measure with a multi-meter, or better with a oscilloscope,
the functionality of the Frame stage.
4. After you have found the cause, exchange the defective
component (e.g. TDA8177), and re-solder the interrupted
resistors.
To prevent this from happening, you must:
Table 5-4 Repair Tips
Phenomenon
Possible Cause
Repair tip
No picture, no LED.
Standby Supply defective.
Measure circuitry (see diagram A2). Start at test-point A19.
When the Mains switch is 'on', this voltage must always be available
No picture, no LED.
Bad connection of SSB in SIMMconnector.
In case of a bad connection, it can happen that there is no picture, and that the Standby LED is not
controllable. Re-place the SSB.
No picture, LED blinking at 3 Hz. Set is in protection due to various
causes. For error codes see errorcode list.
You have no picture, so:
- Read the error buffer via ComPair (error buffer is accessible when set is in protection, comparefile will guide you to this)
- Read the blinking LED information via standard remote command <mute>06250X<ok>
- Or you read the error code sequence via standard remote command <mute>062500<ok>.
When you have found the error, check the circuitry related to the supply voltage and I2Ccommunication or the circuitry that triggers the protection.
No picture, LED blinking with
code 6-6-6 or 18-18-18.
No communication on slow I2C- or
fast I2C-bus.
As processor cannot communicate with one of the 2 busses it the standby-led spontaneously starts
blinking 6-6-6... or 18-18-18... If in the error buffer somewhere is an error 6 or 18, these will have
the highest priority starting the mentioned blinking. Measure dependent of the error on the I2C-bus
which device is loading the bus. (Use I2C -overview)
No picture, LED blinking with
code 1-1-1.
No communication on NVM- I2C bus As the uP cannot communicate with the NVM I2C bus, it spontaneously starts blinking 1-1-1.
to the uP.
Note: when there is no access to the NVM, a lot of picture setting can go wrong.
No picture, no sound. Set is
Supply is possibly in hiccup-mode,
making audible squeaking sound which is audible via a squeaking
supply transformer.
Possible causes:
- VBAT is shorted (caused by short circuited line transistor 7421), or
- Sound winding is shorted (amplifier is shortening the power supply lines), or
- D6514 is shorted (due to a too high VBAT).
Remove excessive load, to see what causes the failure, or check feedback circuit. See repair tip
'Main Power Supply' (supply needs a minimal load).
No picture, no sound. Power LED Supply does not work correctly.
works fine
If e.g. VBAT is only about 90 V, it is possible that the regulator IC (7506) is defective.
No RC-reception. LED does not
echo RC-commands.
uP circuitry or RC-receiver is
defective.
In case the set does react on a local keyboard operation, you must check the RC-receiver circuitry.
Relay (degaussing) is not
audible, when set is switched
from 'off' or 'standby' to 'on'.
uP is not working correctly.When pin Check RESET-circuitry on diagram B5. Check the level on pin 115 when you switch the set 'on'.
115 is low, the degaussing must be Signal must be low initially and go to high after approx. 12 s.
activated.
Picture is rotated.
Rotation circuitry on diagram A5, or Measure test points on diagram A5.
related supply to it, malfunctions.
Picture is continuously switching
'off' and 'on', showing heavy
'switch' spots (set does not go
into protection).
200 V is missing on CRT panel.
Probably a bad connection from LSP connector 1424 to CRT connector 1424 (diagram F), or an
interruption of the 200 V supply line (e.g. R3341 on circuit F is interrupted).
Picture is not sharp.
Focus is possibly mis-aligned or
SCAVEM-circuitry does not work
correctly.
Re-align the 'focus' potmeter on the Line Output Transformer, or check the SCAVEM circuitry on
the CRT-panel (diagram F). It is also possible that the DAF circuitry is defective (see diagram I).
Check the Vdc values.
Picture is not synchronised.
The sync is derived in the HIP from Maybe the crystals 1305 and/or 1308 are making a bad contact.
x-tal 1305 and/or 1308.
Picture is distorted.
Check video-path in Service Default Investigate whether there is an error code present in the error buffer. In case there is one, check
Mode.
the I2C -bus and/or supply lines (see overview supply lines).
Measure and check signal path Tuner-HIP-PICNIC-HOP-RGB amplifier.In case it is a geometry
issue, check on diagram A4 opto-coupler 7482, Opamps 7440/7450 and the Frame circuitry
alignments or a possible corrupted NVM (7011) on diagram B5.
No menu, no OSD.
Probably a defective uP.
How to measure on IC's
EN 21
Measure test points B61to B64 on diagram B5.
It is advisable to measure both on the pins itself and the solder pads on the PWB. This to find
possible solder faults.
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
23
6. Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
Wiring Diagram
(optional)
CENTRE
SPEAKER
E
TOP CONTROL PANEL
0345
OR
3P
4P
DEGAUSSING COIL
BLACK/
WHITE
BLACK
0215
AQUADAG
(COMPONENT VIEW)
1435
EHT
CRT
CRT PANEL
8483
1424
8424
FRAME
ROTATION
COIL
2P
1483
3P
A (LOT)
TWEETER
7P
F
TWEETER
CRT
RED
BLACK
3P
BROWN
BROWN
SCAVEM
COIL
1435
CRT
SOCKET
1434
1P
LEFT
SPEAKER
F
CRT PANEL
BLUE
BLUE
1940
11P
RIGHT
SPEAKER
SIDE
I/O PANEL
1620
3P
MAINS SWITCH PANEL
5205
1146
5P
D
J
LSP(LARGE SIGNAL PANEL)
A
MAINS
SWITCH
8946
N.C.
1328
SVHS
8338
1326
1947
11P
RIGHT (RED)
2P
1505
N.C.
1502
8202
0202
2P
LEFT (WHITE)
5203
5P
CVBS (YELLOW)
1936
OR
0240
2P
9P
3P
1981
3P
MAINS
CORD
9P
OR
1980
4P
2P
1946
1327
HEADPHONE
0241
0201
1945
8737
3P
OR
8981
(optional)
G
1735
4P
2P
8346
2P
8335
DC SHIFT
(OPTIONAL)
SUB
WOOFER
2P
0317
1205
N.C.
1955
1000
B
(ONLY MODEL PV02)
1417
80P
N.C.
SSB
2P
1693
PANEL
1499
2P
80P
8000
I
11P
(SMALL SIGNAL BOARD)
1491
8417
LOT
SSB
1940
8940
1680
6P
2P
3rd
SCART
21P
HORIZONTAL
DAF PANEL
1417
2P
1424
7P
1992
1418
2P
1419
1497
1P
1491
1402
5P
8402
8680
1402
5P
1943
3P
compair
interface
2P
8498
TUNER
H
1738
3P
3P
1948
I/O 3rd
SCART
1737
11P
6P
1680
3P
1936
5P
1951
3P
8936
1498
1625
2x
CINCH
2x
SCART
1492
3P
3P
8625
1492
3P
E_14590_025.eps
101204
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
24
Block Diagram Supply and Deflection
DEFLECTION
MAINS SWITCH
PANEL (PARTLY)
J
A1
MAIN SUPPLY
LINE DEFLECTION
A3
DCSHIFT
CIRCUIT
3550
8+ 1
2
0201
2
3
1
4
220V
1606
1
0202
2
T6,3A
2
1505
2
T5A
1
1
1501
V
RS
3
2
3
1502
2
5515
MAINS
FILTER
HOT
1550
4
6408
+11D
OTC
+5.2V
3415
+
1
2.5A
3
5100
5
+375V
+
2516
6
3
7102
STP3NB60
A11
G
8
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
A12
5113
1
10
+8V6-SWITCH
7131
S A20
D
FRAME DEFLECTION
E/W DRIVE
2126
B4
G
3118
A15
5103
7133
7130
-20V
-20V
A13
5102
7103 OR 1
7104
4
2102
7141
D
6122
3124
2
+5V
S A21
MAIN SUPPLY
7450-B
7
7482
1
A38
5
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
6
3514
3
8
9
3
4
10 6536
1
A4
7507
TCET1103
HOT
COLD
A7
5514
+
2511
5509
5513
STANDBY
B4
OTC
HOP
A8
3506
1
3
7506
TL431CZP 2
GND-AUD
+
2543
-16V-19V
HOP
6460
A29
+11D
4
3480
A30
5461
3460
3461
FRAME DEFLECTION
POR
POR
POR
FLASH
7440-A
1
3
A33
2
3
2
COLD
HOT
6499
3463
6463
3462
6462
B5
OTC
COLD
HOT
A31
+13V - LOT
2462
5621
1
6
5
10
3465
7614
6465
A32
-15V - LOT
+13V-LOT
5465
7641
7443
7652
3464
6464
2464
3635
A50
A36
A35
+8V-S
B4
PROTECTION
CIRCUIT
HOP
FRAMEDRIVE -
EW
5463
+8Vb
7450-A
1
6491
A6
AUDIO
HOT COLD
EW
PROTECTION
CIRCUIT
B4
HOP
7445
6
3641
A34
3658
SUP-ENABLE
1
3636
7613
TL431
3657
3449
3627
1495
1
2
3637
COLD
HOT
+13V LOT
3
2
-15V_LOT
6627 6626 6625
VBATT
ADJUSTMENT
3530
3498
3499
3
A49
+11D
6620
-12V8
4
+8Vb
TV
3640
3631
3642
3643
3527
GND-STB
SUP-ENABLE
3638 7620
TDA8177
3630
3632
7612
3634
2
6
HOT
A42
6619
+11V_ROT
125mA
FLYBACK
GENERATOR
THERMAL
PROTECTION
A40
4
A39
-15V-LOT
3623
A43 3647
5
OP. AMP
COLD
1601
3
7
1
GND-STB
ROTATING CIRCUITRY
6622
3660
2515
3526
GND-SUP
2622
+
A6
+VBATT
3510
A5
+13V-LOT
+8V6
3507
3531
HOT GROUND
A8
FILAMENT
12
7442, 7654
7653
B4
+16V+19V
7611
7529
9
3483
3459
5
1
A5
ACTIVATING
CIRCUIT
3479
2457
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
B5
F
CRT
EHT-INFO
2443
3
7487
7455
4
TUNER, SIM
A45 7486
AUDIO SUPPLY
3520
2
5
2
3404
+8V6
+ AUDIO SUPPLY
2542
+
2512
7
4
A3
6535
3484
4
3419 7441
TO
1224
7
11V
6480
5467
7480
3488
STP3NB60 A47
D
A46
G
S
A48
3481
3493
6615
FRAMEDRIVE +
5507
3
A28
6400
3400
3454
+141V
3492
7440-B
7
6
3456
CONTROL
5506
2
EHT-INFO
3455
G
7132
7504
7502
STP5NB60FP
7530
D
G
S
A2
3451
11
CURRENT
SOURCE
3457
2403
7140
-20V
1424
1
6
I
+8Vb
5
A16
3450
8
TO 1693
1693
A37
+8V6
+5V-SWITCH
3114
-20V
5
6
+5.2V_MP
6103
1
HFB_X-RAY-PROT.
10
+8V-S
+5.2V
3113
3
FILAMENT
+11D
2431
A19
CONTROL
6111
1491
2
+11D
3431
5421
DAF
6456
EW-DRIVE 1
HOP
5517
5
2430
E/W - DRIVE
3654
+8V6
5107
3108
1
VG2
EW
CORR.
VER. DAF
CIRCUIT
1492
CRT
COLD HOT
A4
+11V
5111 6130 5130
+11D
EW
3161
S
GND-STB
3116
7
2
FOCUS B
+
7408
+11V_STBY
2118 A18
5104
D
6
F1
LINE
OUTPUT
CIRCUIT
6113
5112
A10
7100
7101
7105
7120
A23
3404
A8
STARTUP
3110
1
1
E/W
DRIVE
TO
FOCUS A
ARC-PROT
4-
VTUN
A17
A1
1503
A22
LINEDRIVE 1 2492 3406 3414
+
9
HOP
3115
6109
6525
GBU4K 2
3416
A24
7409
4
COLD
HOR. DAF
CIRCUIT
1693
TO
A4
1
5410
6407
B4
7421 A26
BU2520DX
A25
EHT
LINE
DEFLECTION
COIL
HOT
1497
5
+5.2V_MP
DEGAUSSING B5
6110
2
1
DYNAMIC FOCUS
LOT
5426
COLD
STAND-BY SUPPLY
2
5800
SUP-ENABLE
ACTIVATING
CIRCUIT
1
5430
HOT
COLD
1418
1
5401
3537
1
V-START
2
DEG.
COIL
1
DAF
I
1417
5400
+VBATT
7501
7528
A2
2
+141V
3509
MAINS
SWITCH
400 mA
1419
1
RP
0+
1031
or
1051
5502 5511
5503 5516
5504
NOT IN PV02
MODEL
1430
317
or
318
1
DC-SHIFT (OPTIONAL)
G
FILAMENT
PULSES
SUPPLY
5620
A44
3620
7680
TDA7052
1625
1
2
TILT
B5
3
VERT.
DEFL.
COIL
OTC
1
+Vp
5
3686
2
3
7681
7682
SWITCH OFF
CIRCUIT
IN STAND-BY
1620
1
2
3684
3685
8
3
ROTATION
DEFLECTION
COIL
6
6080
E_14600_050.eps
160904
TO
PANEL
ON
CRT
NECK
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
25
Testpoint Overview LSP and CRT Panel
LSP COPPER TRACK SIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
S
A20
A
4
5
S
A19
G
A68
A21
A70
D 7141
+5V
A7
A57
8
5
7680
ROTATION
B
A8
A59
6 MAINS 10
TRAFO
A17
6
A15
A
TUNER
D 7131
+8V6
A18
1
A69
G
A16
C
10
5
STANDBY
5 TRAFO 1
7700
AUDIO
L+R
1
1
A56
A58
A64
A33
A4
A5
7702
AUDIO
C+SUB
A11
D
A13
A66
A6
A10
D
1
S
A14
25
A63
S
G 7102
STANDBY
SUPPLY
C
A49
A35
A38
A37
A34
A23
A36
A60
A68
A2
A61
A62
A12
D
B
A67
5506
5100
1
SIM CON.
80
25
A22
D
A24
A3
G 7504
MAIN
SUPPLY
A26
A45
D
A25
B
C
A50
A39
E
A31
E
A46
A1
G
S
7480
E/W
A42
A41
7421
LINE
A48
A47
A32
E
A40
1
A44
56
4
3
2
1
LOT
A71
F
7620
FRAME
8
9
10
11
12
A43
F
A29
A30
MAIN
SWITCH
G
G
A28
COLD HOT
HOT
1
A1
PM3394B
50V / div DC
2us / div
A18
PM3394B
5V / div DC
5us / div
A41
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
2
A2
PM3394B
50V / div DC
5us / div
A19
PM3394B
1V / div DC
5us / div
A42
PM3394B
20V / div DC
2ms / div
3
A3
PM3394B
50V / div DC
5us / div
A22
PM3394B
1V / div DC
10us / div
A43
PM3394B
10V / div DC
2ms / div
4
A4
PM3394B
50V / div DC
5us / div
A23
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
10us / div
A44
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
5
A5
PM3394B
5V / div DC
10us / div
A24
PM3394B
5V / div DC
10us / div
A45
PM3394B
1V / div DC
10µs / div
6
A6
PM3394B
20V / div DC
10us / div
A25
PM3394B
2V / div DC
10us / div
A46
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
10µs / div
COLD
7
A10
PM3394B
50V / div DC
5us / div
A33
PM3394B
8
A11
PM3394B
5V / div DC
5us / div
A34
PM3394B
9
A12
PM3394B
2V / div DC
5us / div
A35
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
A47
A48
A56
PM3394B
50V / div DC
10µs / div
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
10µs / div
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
A1
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
A56
A57
E4
D4
C4
C4
C5
A4
B4
C2
C2
D3
D1
D1
C1
C1
B1
A1
A3
A2
A3
D8
D8
D8
D8
D7
G9
G10
G10
E9
E9
C8
D9
C9
D10
D9
C9
D10
E10
E10
E10
F10
E10
D7
E6
E7
E7
C9
D9
C6
B6
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A63
A64
A66
A67
A70
A71
A88
CRT PANEL (COPPER TRACK SIDE)
C6
B5
D7
C8
D7
D7
C7
C7
C7
A10
F1
A9
1424
F15
F4
F5
F6
3707
9
8
7
9
8
F9
11
6
12
5
1
10
7
F8
7
F7
T
CR ET
CK
SO
1
1940
1
F4
11
F5
50V / div DC
10µs / div
F8
50V / div DC
10µs / div
F9
50V / div DC
10µs / div
50V / div DC
10µs / div
F6
50V / div DC
10µs / div
F7
50V / div DC
10µs / div
F15
10 V / div DC
10µs / div
10
A13
PM3394B
5V / div DC
10us / div
A36
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
10us / div
A57
PM3394B
20V / div AC
2us / div
A14
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
10us / div
A37
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
A58
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
A15
500mV / div DC
5ms / div
A38
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
10us / div
A59
A17
A16
PM3394B
10V / div DC
2us / div
PM3394B
5V / div DC
5ms / div
20V / div DC
5us / div
A39
A40
PM3394B
2V / div DC
10us / div
A68
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
5us / div
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
A69
PM3394B
2V / div DC
50us / div
A70
PM3394B
2V / div DC
50us / div
E_14590_027.eps
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EM5.2E AA
6.
26
Block Diagram Video
VIDEO
A8
TUNER,
SIMM-CONNECTOR
(FEMALE)
SIM
CONN.
(MALE)
B1
1205
IF, I/O
VIDEOPROC.
(HIP)
B2
B6
AUDIO DEMODULATOR
B3A
PICNIC
B4
HOP
B1
FROM
BLOCK
DIAGRAM
'CONROL'
SIM
CONN.
SIM CONN.
A8
1000
B5
7402
CONTROL
1406
1407
7411
EF
7307
TDA9181
7320
7322
EF
SOUND
FILTER
EF
COMB
FILTER
12
A2
+5VT
7412
EF
7711
M27C512
14
B4
64K
PROM
7313 : 7315
VTUN
1200
9
7
TUNER
TEDE9
ERR
13
11
5403
A68
IF-TER 13
2
3
VIF2
29 28
GROUP
DELAY
COR.
PLL
DEM
Y
Y PROC.
62
HIP
SAW FILTER
AUDIO
3200
SIF2 64
SIF1 63
QSS
MIXER
AM
DEMO
ERR
8
PSS-AM
SDA-S
SCL-S
SOUND-OUTPUT
1411
U
6
7
10
6
7
SEE
BLOCK DIAGRAM
AUDIO
SYNC
SEPAR.
CVBS-SC1-AV1-IN
CVBS-AV3-IN
16
28
Y-CVBS-SC2-AV2-IN
C-SC2-SVHS-IN
20
21
Y-CVBS-FRONT-IN
C-FRONT-IN
63
64
63
64
Y-CVBS-FRONT-IN
C-FRONT-IN
CVBS-SC2-MON-OUT
9
9
CVBS-SC2-MON-OUT
3377
9607
V-PIP+MAIN-IN
3715
2742
OR
PICNIC
VA50
3727
VA50
3728
HA50
V100
OR
OR
18 HD
3721
29
HD_E
FIELD
MEMORY
1
26
B3B
1308
RGB
MATRIX
FALCONIC
N.A.
R
G
B
30
31
32
BUS A
ERR
26
41 42 43 40
3342
42
B-CRT
6401
6402
A4
F18
2
BUS G
FIELD
MEMORY
5
3320
7724
T8F24EF
1
PH1-1
OUTPUT
FILTER
V22
9
13 14
29
22
PULSE
FORMER
530us
5
VSYNC
B5B ANTI-MOIRÉ
B5
OTC
7303
EHT-INFO
12MHz
ANTI-MOIRÉ
B1
7019
7020
U_EAGLE_E
V_EAGLE_E
EAGLE
1B
21
1301
B1
VD_E
A3
7310, 7311
10
20
7730
TO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
DEFLECTION
A4
26
LINEDRIVE1
7729
63
29
28
L13
Y_EAGLE_E
3x
DAC
8
STARISTOP
H-DRIVE
PH1-2
11
SCL-F
7728
3367
FRAMEDRIVE FRAMEDRIVE +
F19
24
V23
54
73
FIELD
MEMORY
4
FRAME
L12
3331
3321
EAGLE
RAMP
GEN
3363
HFB-X-RAY-PROT
7361
7362
3324
VSYNC
TILT
B5
HFB
B1
DYN-FASE-COR.
B1
7017
7018
ONE
SHOT
11ms
2064
FLIP
FLOP
OTC
ERR
27
3032
POR
B1
POR FLASH
B5
3036
0.7V OR
3V
PWM-ANTIMOIRÉ
B5
CRT/SCAVEM PANEL
2063
3300
+200V
+8V
7300 : 7310
N.C.
HFB_X-RAY_PROT
EHT-INFO
5
Y-SCAVEM
6
+8V
R-CRT
C-FRONT-IN
4
1936
OR
0240
2
Y
7307
TDA6108JF
G-CRT
9
B-CRT
11
3
2
F5 5
5
1
CUTOFF
SEE
BLOCK DIAGRAM
DEFLECTION
A11 INPUT/OUTPUT (VIDEO PART)
SCART 2
1901-A
20
19
C-SC2-SVHS-IN
15
SC2-C-OUT
7
10
7908
C-FRONT-IN
EF
Y_CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
7901
TER-CVBS-OUT
R/G/B/SC1-IN
EF
15
G
11
B
FBL
11
7
5
6
7
11
B
9
F4
220V
1434
N.C.
F15
200V
3334
+200V
3349
+8V
SIN
2318
EHT
FROM A3
LOT
LINE
DEFL.
P50
B5
OTC
B5
OTC
OTC
B5
H
16
8
I/O 3RD SCART (VIDEO PART)
(ONLY FOR PV02)
B6
AUDIO
DEMO
SCART 3
1992
21
20 CVBS-AV3-IN
19
SCART 1
1901-B
21
20 CVBS-SC1-AV1-IN
19
R
A3
6
F7
8
SEL-SVHS-RR-STATUS 2
CVBS-TER-OUT
EHT-INFO
(LINE
DEFL.)
8
F8
16
1402
SC1-FBL-IN
SC1-STATUS
B5
OTC
4
6
1402
R
1
1
R
G
2
2
G
B
3
3
B
4
4
15
1680
11
7
FBL
5
5
FBL
16 FBL
8
STATUS-SC3
1680
5
5
6
6
B5
OTC
CVBS-AV3-IN
C-SC2-SVHS-IN
RG/B/SC3-IN
SC2-CVBS-MON OUT
Y_CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
EF
HFB_X-RAY_PROT
4
+200V
21
7902
FILAMENT
3
3341
CVBS-SC1-AV1-IN
CVBS-SC2MON-OUT
FROM
1424
OF
3350
F9
6
3417
2
CVBS
3351
F3
1424
1
1
G
8
CRT
3352
F65
F2
FG-A
3
2
R
7
5
4
SVHS
HOT
COLD
F1
10
C/16:9
4
8
SCAVEM
COIL
FG-B
1936
2
Y-CVBS-FRONT-IN
1483
1
2
3
SC3
VG1
VG2
SIDE I/O
5300
SCAVEM
PROC.
4
7
1
10
R/G/B/SC3-IN
D
9
CUTOFF
31
E/W DRIVE
3
3
7
9
21
PROTECTION
CIRCUIT
OR
2
10
8
B-CRT
ERR
7
E/W
DRIVE
1940
1
9
G-CRT
23
HOP
RGB
YUV
MATRIX
F
8
24
7309
7319
HD_E
12
5
6
7
11
L4
NOT USED IF
"EAGLE"
IS PRESENT
7723
MS81VO4160A
1,2,3,4
R-CRT +8V
G-CRT
V30
F17
7722
MS81V04160A
FALCONIC BUS F
EMBEDDED
MEMORY
1,2,3,4
3341
41
B
Y-SCAVEM
25
7308
44
HD100
BUS D
B3C
7760
SAA4998H
3.57MHz
R G B
G
41
2
3
4
R-CRT
V29
Y U V
16
SDA-F
4.43MHz
U V
OUTPUT
AMPL.
CATHODE
CALIBR.
EHT-INFO
4
(N.C.)
57
36 37 38 39
Y/U/V
RGB
MATRIX
27
23
32
V10
2431
V21
3340
40
33
F20
7703
OR
RGB
R
INSERTION
V20
7304
L6
54
R G B
9
28
17
VD100
1305
46
ERR
12
2321
OR
28
BUS C
32
Y
8
V_EAGLE_E OR
SYNC PROCESSING
HA50
U100
V28
2323
L3
15 V-OUT
L8
60
V19
19
TOPIC
OUTPUT
FILTER
U_EAGLE_E OR
26
VD_E
61
6
L2
14 U-OUT
19 VD
CVBS PIP
47
3376
SCL-F
3x
DAC
SIGNAL PROCESSING
7714
MS81V04160
34
SDA-F
1,2,3,4
3x
ADC
ERR
3
V-SYNC
PROC.
V9
R/G/B/SC1-IN
25
L8
V50
V Y U V
23
24
10
U-PIP+MAIN-IN
Y100
OR
Y_EAGLE_E OR
1
1000 1923
HFB-X-RAY-PROT
32
V27
35 36 37 38
43
7302
20 TDA9178
L1
L7
F14
7410
N.C.
11
23
1940
V26
V25
7301
TDA9330
+8VS
7713
SAA4978H
DECODER
PAL
NTSC
SECAM
C
C PROC.
B5
9608
U50
SCART2
8
9
Y_CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
C-SC2-SVHS-IN
3714
2741
L6
V7
SCART1
6
7
10
3713
V6
49
50
51
H-SYNC
PROC.
CVBS-SC1-AV1-IN
CVBS-AV3-IN
Y-PIP+MAIN-IN
2740
V8
5
QSS-AM
Y
U
V
Y/U/V
SWITCH
VIDEO
SWITCH
+
CONTROL
1409
AGC
MONITOR
B5
4
5
9606
Y50
I6
15
15
OUTPUTS 12, 14, 15, 18, 19
NOT USED IF "EAGLE"
IS PRESENT
12 Y-OUT
1410
1408
A70
3201
26
V24
TOPIC
NOT PRESENT
IF "EAGLE"
IS PRESENT
LATCH
14
TUNER AGC
AGC
A69
13
7404
VIF1
13
1
4
V2
12
SAW FILTER
VIDEO
40,4
5
V1
I6
7323
TDA9320H 10
B4
YLTP
7712
74HC573D
16
6200
BZM55-C33
FBL-TXT
OTC
CVBS-TER-OUT
B-TXT
11
R-TXT
11
G-TXT
B5 CVBS-TXT
CVBS-TER-OUT
1
12
5
E_14590_026.eps
131204
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
27
Testpoint Overview Small Signal Board
SSB SIDE Z
SSB SIDE A
1
30
100
25
76
51
FEM
7760
50
FM5
7723
1
100
76
50
30
48
5
1
1
20
OTC
7001
60
10
V26
64
1408
1
1
9
I6
V2
14
V1
52
51
V10
B54
40
B62
F163
F162
B64
F104
F105
B65
64
B75
B74
1
49
42
48
DRAM
7007
25
7006
1
48
F332
F100 F331
34
33
17
6
B67
44
32
HOP
7301
2
F18
B68
1680
22 1
21
B56
B57 F407
B58
24
F405
F404
33 24
7651
16
3064
L8
B61 F359
F407
F330
F102
F101
6
F710
B63
3
V22
19
41
1
B66
V9
HIP
7323
160
1681
4 3
1651
1 2
V24
B52
B53
5
1
V25
1
B51
30 1 4
90
80
PICNIC
7713
B76
18
52
81
13
29
91
61
1303
105
104
50
14
21
PROM
7711
24
80
121
120
EPG
FLASH
RAM
7012
EAGLE
7720
53
120
1
31
25
156
51
81
51
157
B60
2
1
B55
50
208
51
26
4
3
1001
1
26
1
52
25
5
50
75
25
FM1
7714
26
26
1402
100
76
FM4
7722
1
31
75
100
10
18
L12
1409
22
1
9
12
11
F357
F19
33
20 26 32
B72
B70
B71
V30
B77
L13
B73
V30
V29
V28
1
B51
PM3394B
B52
80
80
PM3394B
B53
PM3394B
B54
PM3394B
B55
PM3394B
B57
PM3394B
B58
PM3394B
B60
PM3394B
B65
PM3394B
2V / div DC
100us / div
F14
2V / div DC
100us / div
F17
2V / div DC
5ms / div
F18
PM3394B
2V / div DC
5ms / div
F19
PM3394B
2V / div DC
250ns / div
F20
PM3394B
500mV / div AC
10us / div
I6
PM3394B
1V / div DC
5ms / div
L1
1V / div DC
5ms / div
1V / div DC
5ms / div
500mV / div DC
5ms / div
V2
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
5ms / div
V5
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
5ms / div
V6
PM3394B
1V / div DC
10us / div
V7
PM3394B
1 V / div DC
10µs / div
V8
PM3394B
1 V / div DC
10µs / div
V9
PM3394B
1 V / div DC
10µs / div
V10
PM3394B
1V / div DC
10us / div
1V / div DC
10us / div
500mV / div DC
20us / div
500mV / div DC
20us / div
1V / div DC
20us / div
2V / div DC
200us / div
2V / div DC
200us / div
L12
1V / div DC
10us / div
V1
PM3394B
1V / div DC
10us / div
500mV / div DC
10us / div
L2
500mV / div DC
2us / div
L3
B66
PM3394B
1
B67
PM3394B
B74
PM3394B
B75
PM3394B
B76
INDICATED ON
SERVICE PRINTING
NOT INDICATED ON
SERVICE PRINTING
PM3394B
50mV / div DC
50us / div
L4
50mV / div DC
50us / div
L5
2V / div DC
20ms / div
L6
PM3394B
2V / div DC
20ms / div
L7
PM3394B
1V / div DC
250ns / div
L8
L9
1 V / div DC
10ms / div
V19
1 V / div DC
20µs / div
V20
500mV / div DC
10us / div
V21
500mV / div DC
10us / div
V28
PM3394B
1 V / div DC
20µs / div
V29
PM3394B
1V / div DC
250ns / div
V30
PM3394B
1V / div DC
10us / div
1V / div DC
10us / div
1V / div DC
10us / div
1V / div DC
10us / div
1V / div DC
10us / div
1V / div DC
10us / div
PM3394B
E_14590_028.eps
131204
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
28
Block Diagram Audio 1 (Exclusive Wireless Audio Details)
AUDIO
B6 AUDIO DEMODULATOR
B2 IF
SEE ALSO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
VIDEO
7323
TDA9320H
3380
5
HIP
18M432
7651
MSP3452G
RESET AUDIO
7410
SOUND-OUTPUT
7674
16
1411
QSS_AM
7654
SOUND
DEMODULATOR
B65
7411
50
2651
60
A8
L-SC1_AV1-IN
6
3
2
1
R-SC1-AV1-OUT
1
2
1205
52
3
2
1
R-SC2-OUT
L
L-SC2-AV2-IN
41
DIGITAL
SOUND
PROC.
DAC
LOUDSPEAKER
R-SC2-AV2-IN 42
AUDIO-SL
DAC
N.C.
5
L_CL_VL-OUT
6
R_CL_VL-OUT
SC2 OUT
STBY-MUTE
20
L
21
B68
2
12
13
3
18
7652
24
B70
7665
B69
2
12
13
3
B71
14
AUDIO-R 76
11
25
2
1
L
26
5
3
24
22
6
7678-A
STBY-MUTE
6
3
2
1
D
1936
L
1
SNDR-SC3
SIDE I/O
3
1
A8
B1
SIMM
CONN.
SIMM
CONN.
1936
SNDL-SC3-IN
35
2
1
SNDR-SC3-IN
36
10
R-SC2-OUT 59
SC1 OUT
R
28
L
29
SEL_IN_2
R-SC1-AV-OUT
61
L-SC1-AV-OUT
56
65
L-FRONT-IN
L-FRONT-IN
38
R
8
8
66
R-FRONT-IN
R-FRONT-IN
39
B5
3655
SCL-F
B5
3
L
5
1
2
3718
4
+16V+19V
L
15W/8ohm
+16V+19V
7701 : 7707
SOUND
ENABLE
POR
3745
PROT1
6745
AUDIO
SUPPLY
PROT, CIRCUIT
PROT-AUDIO-SUPPLY
D
1936
3506
1
15W/8ohm
1
8
7684-A
7685-B 7685-A
7
2
3656
A3
HFB-X-RAY-PROT
+8V_AUD
7681
MC33178D
B74
SDA-F
3
A3
HEADPHONE
6
B5 SOUND-ENABLE
2
B10 AMPLIFIER
6
R
7680
SELECT
1205 1000
L
4
L-SC2-OUT 55
4
7679-B
DAC
3
5701
3
PMW
-16V-19V
B78
9.10
4
OSC
6
7679-A
15
5
3
R
R
B77
15W/8ohm
A59
L-CL_VL-OUT 69
7678-B
7652
CENTRE
(OPTIONAL)
7
A56
ERR
14
1680
15W/8ohm
1735
5702
23
PMW
3717
R-CL_VL-OUT 70
4
3
A57
18
2
3
SUBWOOFER
(OPTIONAL)
+16V+19V
7653
15
1
3729
AUDIO-L 75
SELECT_AUDIO_LR
SELECT
AUDIO LR
7700
TDA7490
A58
7653
9.10
1680
1738
22
-16V-19V
7667
SNDL-SC3
3
5720
23
PWM
14
11
R
61
1
A61
AUDIO-C 73
AUDIO-L-OUT
I/O 3rd SCART
5721
OSC
B73
7664
18
7
H
1737
A63
3
A60
17
R
AUDIO-R-OUT
4
PWM
5
3
ADC
4
6
7677
B67
58
R-SC2_AV2-IN
AUDIO-SL 72
3
B66
DSP
53
L-SC2_AV2-IN
L-SC2-OUT
3
44
R-SC1-AV1-IN 45
ADC
SCART 2
6
L-SC1-AV1-IN
60
R-SC1_AV1-IN
10
B72
2
R
1000
1000 1205
+16V+19V
2
3728
7656
2
HEADPHONE
CONN.
SIMM SIMM
CONN. CONN.
SCART 1
L-SC1-AV1-OUT
DAC
-16V-19V
7702
TDA7490
A62
AUDIO-SW 74
3
7663
47
A6 AUDIO AMPLIFIER
A8
SIMM SIMM
CONN. CONN.
DACM-C 22
2653
B1
MUTE-SSB
MUTESW
MUTE
SW
DACM-S 24
NICAMDECODER
3651
A11 INPUTS/
OUTPUTS
ANTI-PLOP
CIRCUIT
2
DACM-SUB 23
DAC
QSS_AM
10 3437
B1
7675, 7668
+5V2
+5V_AUD
55
54
7666
RESET
AUDIO
B5
B76
1651
ANTI
PLOP
4
HEADPHONE-R 68
10
HEADPHONE-L 67
11
L
R
SIDE I/O
1936 OR 0240
10
L
11
R
+5V_AUD
7684-B
1
3501
B75
CONTROL
A8 SIMM
B1 SIMM
CONN.
CONN.
B5 OTC
7001
SAA5801H
B60
B2
CVBS-TXT
5
B61
77
R-TXT
B62
7015
E
TOP CONTROL
D
1936
OR
0240
SIDE I/O
1205
1000
SEE ALSO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
VIDEO
78
B57
B4
HFB
83
0345
KEYBOARD
2
7
FRONT
DETECT
B4
VSYNC
2
2
7016
VOLUME+
VOLUME-
OR
J
MENU
A10
6051
TLUV5300 1
RED
H
0241
COLD
ON/OFF LED
1
2
2
3
3
A2
95
SOUND-ENABLE
A6
RESET
94
RESET AUDIO
B6
115
DEGAUSSING
A1
117
SEL_IN_2
B6
116
SEL_IN_1
B6
103
PWW_ANTIMOIRÉ
B9
RP
STATUS_SC3
109
FRONT-DETECT
1946
1
STANDBY
74
7013, 7014
GREEN
N.C.
A11
P50
SCL-S
104
B56
RESET
FLASH
RAM
3
B52
85
3017
RESET
1945
2
3054
SEE ALSO
IIC DIAGRAM
SDA-S
+3V3
INTOTO
7
5V_STANDBY
SCL-F
B51
86
1
7002 :
7004
FRONT
SDA-F
87
7005
LD1117
OR
MAINS SWITCH PANEL
FBL-TXT
B54
4
OR
80
88
0215
2
SEE ALSO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
VIDEO
B4
B-TXT
B64
84
+5V2_CON
5x
CHANNEL+
CHANNEL-
79
B53
1881
1980
OR
62
B63
OTC
B58
HEADPHONE
G-TXT
114
7009
97
1040
E1
IRRECEIVER
RC5
1
+5V STANDBY
4
4
5
5
6
6
77
7011
91 SDA 5 MC24C32
ON-OFF-LED
7010
113
+5V2
78
N.C.
+3V3
RC
92
6
EEPROM
NVM.
SCL
100
7007
7006
MSM51V18165F LH28F320BJE
DRAM
(TXT)
PROGRAM
FLASH-RAM
SET SW
7012
M29W400BT
ERR
32
EPGFLASH-RAM
RP
ERR
1
ADDRESS
DATA
2
LIGHT
SENSOR
6070
7
7070
LIGHT SENDER
+8V6
7
7
8
8
9
9
79
37
KEYBOARD
107
LIGHT_SENSOR
110
CONTROL
16
17
B55
1001
+8V
E_14600_053.eps
101204
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
29
I2C IC’s overview
IIC
B5
OTC
+5V2_CON +5V2_CON
88
87
3044
3064-D5
3064-C6
B2
I/O, VIDEO PROCESSING
B4
HOP
B6
AUDIO
DEMODULATOR
B3A
PICNIC
B3B
FALCONIC
B3C
3069
SDA-F
B53
SCL-F
SDA-F
3710
SCL-F
3709
SN-DA
SDA-D
SN-CL
SCL-D
EAGLE
9741-D5
SN-DA-E
9741-C6
SN-CL-E
+5V
3377
B54
ERR
18
7001
SAA5801H
SET
PROCESSOR
+5V2_CON +5V2-CON
86
85
3064-A8
B1
3088
3079
3064-B7
B51
5912
SCL-S
B52
+3V3-INTOTC
SIM.
CONN.
5918
SDA-S
ERR
6
3376
3321
46
47
11
SDA
92
SCL
HIP
HOP
AUDIO
DECODER
PICNIC
ERR
8
ERR
7
ERR
14
ERR
3
A8
CONTROL
34
41
7760
SAA4998H
FALCONIC
EMBEDDED
MEMORY
ERR
26
32
26
7724
T8F24EF
EAGLE
ERR
27
TUNER,
SIM. CONN.
1000 1205
48
1937
1
49
2
3201
5
3200
4
3261
N.C.
3262
1943
1 COMPAIR
CONNECTOR
2 FOR SERVICE
(REACHABLE VIA
3 HOLE IN REAR
COVER)
3002
5
DATA
1
7713
SAA4978H 2
7651
MSP3452G
3758
ERR
13
7011
M24C32
(NVM)
EEPROM
ADDRESS
4
5
7301
TDA9330
TUNER
91
3656
1
2
7323
TDA9320H
1200
UV1318S
3001
3655
3320
10
6
ERR
1
7006
LH28F320BJE
PROGRAM
FLASH-RAM
7007
MSM51V18165F
DRAM
(TXT)
7012
M29W400BT
ERR
32
E_14590_029.eps
211004
Block Diagrams, Testpoint Overviews, and Waveforms
EM5.2E AA
6.
30
Supply Lines Overview
SUPPLY LINES
J
MAINS SWITCH
PANEL (PARTLY)
MAIN SUPPLY
A1
A5
3550
8+ 1
1051
0201
2
3
1
1060
1
4
2
T6,3A
220V
0202
2
0202
2
1501
T5A
1
1
V
3
0+
7680
TDA7052
+5V2 1403
DEG.
COIL
FRONT
A10
COLD
+5.2V_MP
ACTIVATING
CIRCUIT
DEGAUSSING
MAINS
SWITCH
J
+5V2
1946
4
0241
4
+8V
9
9
A8
4-
+
3
1
2.5A
+
2516
3110
+375V
3907
5
6
3
7
7102
STP3NB60
A11
G
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
IN
A12
5113
3161
2
8
1
10
5901
+11V_STBY
+11V
1.6A
6148
5111 6130 5130
A18
+8V6-SWITCH
7131
S A20
D
G
3118
-20V
A13
5102
-20V
5103
7103 OR 1
7104
5
6107
5902
5904
+8V_VDP
B4
5900
+5V_CON
5901
+5V_VDP
5902
+5V_AUD
HOP
+8VS
+8V_VDP
+8V_VDP
3329
5301
+8VS
+5V_VDP
+5V
+8V
A19
+5V_VDP
3304
+5VS
+8VS
3904
+8VS2
7141
D
OTC
+8V_CON
+5V2_CON
47
9909
+5V2
IN
OUT
+5V2_CON
36
9980
9,19,20,38,49,
75,101,111
+3V3_INTOTC
7001
SAA5801H
OTC
104
+5V_CON
STANDBY
S A21
B5
STANDBY
1940
9982
+11V5
+8V6
CONTROL
7
STANDBY
+5V
7140
4
+3V3
+5V_CON
+5V
+3V3_INTOTC
7005
7910
+5.2V_MP
G
A16
B5
+3V3_SIM
46
1.25A
6122
3124
2
44
+3V3
+11V5
+5V-SWITCH
5302
17
39
7301
TDA9330H
HOP
3941
+8V6
+5.2V
3114
+8V
7132
STANDBY
-20V
+8V_AUD
5904
+8V
7133
7130
1148
6111
6103
2102
5903
45
CONTROL
3113
4
+8V
7912
MC78M05
2126
A15
43
+5VT
5903
3108
+5V2
+8V
+8V
5104
D
1000
40
3910
7911
L78L05
OUT
SIM
+5V2
+5VA
1149
S
GND-STB
3116
A10
7100
7101
7105
7120
1205
1200
TUNER
6113
5112
7307
TDA9181
+8VP
+5VS
7.3
VTUN
A17
3400
+8V_VDP
B1
9
STARTUP
5100
+8V_VDP
+5VCOM
+5VCOM
6.5
TUNER SIM CONN.
A8
3115
6109
A1
1503
3402
+8V6
STAND-BY SUPPLY
6110
+5V_VDP
5405
11
45
7323
TDA9320H
HIP
+8V_CON
+5V STANDBY
VTUN
6525
GBU4J 2
+5V2_CON
5416
B5
OTC
V-START
5404
5415
F500mA
1502
2
HOT
1550
4
7501
7528
A2
+8Vp
+8V
2
1
1
IF/IO
5.2V_MP
RS
3
MAINS
FILTER
B2
125mA
RP
3509
MAINS
SWITCH
RC5 RECEIVER
A9
+11V
1601
1
+11V
2
5502 5511
5503 5516
5504
NOT IN PV02
MODEL
ROTATING
CIRCUITRY
A6
1
ANTI-MOIRÉ
+5V_CON
N.C.
6
B10
AUDIO AMPLIFIER
B6
HEADPHONE
AMPLIFIER
+5V_AUD
+5V_AUD 3650
+8VC
1
+8V_AUD
+5DA
5652
+5DB
+8V_AUD
9688
+8V-AUD
+16V+19V
-16V-19V
+16V+19V
7669
8
5651
9603
-VS
MAIN SUPPLY
AUDIO DEMODULATOR
3644
7504
7502
STP5NB60FP
7530
D
G
S
A2
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
A3
3514
3
5
9
4
10
3
4
A4
7507
TCET1103
5507
6535
A7
12
13 6536
1
HOT
3506
2
COLD
5514
+16V+19V
+ AUDIO SUPPLY
2542
+
2511
GND-AUD
+
2543
-16V-19V
5509
5513
AUDIO SUPPLY
A8
COLD
3520
3
7506
TL431CZP 2
3507
A6
6514
2523 2515
3531
7529
ACTIVATING
CIRCUIT
GND-STB
A3
3526
GND-SUP
5715
5722
-Vf2
4
22
HOT
5400 +141V
F
5401
5430
5
FOCUS 2
5410
7421
EW
3464
LINE
OUTPUT
STAGE
8
3400
9410
5465
5461 6460
12
+11D
TO
3450
3451
3
3461
3465
3462
5463
HOT COLD
+11D
3449
+8V-S
+13V-LOT
3498
+8Vb
-15V-LOT
COLD HOT
1485
7813
-15V-LOT
+5VA
3
+11D
1492
1
FILAMENT
PULSES
3499
PANEL ON CRT
NECK
1
1
3
3
B3B
7706
5706
+2V5B
5719
5718
5714
+3V3FA
+2V5FB
11-7713
+3V3A
5729
+3V3PR
5731
DAF
+3V3_INT
3809
11VDC
5737
+3V3FM
5713
3807
+3V3P
3808
+3V3_INT
+3V3_FBX
+8V_CON
EAGLE
5745
7726
5738
+5VA
3
5724
5727
5723
3635
5744
+3V3_FBX
200V
B3C
6
+11D
HOT GROUND
2
7620
TDA8177
4
PICNIC
FALCONIC
1492
1
3460
3463
A4
B3A
SCAVEM
5733
2
FILAMENT
9
6463
+141V
+13V-LOT
3300
3404
I
31
7651
MSP3452G
AUDIO
PROC.
+8V
N.C.
+8V_+12V
+3V3_FBX
1
+5DB
+3V3_FBX
FILAMENT CRT
1424
6400 +200V
7
6310
+5V2
5671
3403
6462
+13V-LOT
+5V2
EHT TO ANODE CRT
HOT
COLD
+5V2
+8VA
+5VF
+3V3_SIM 5672
2
LOT
FOCUS 1
6465
+13V-LOT
CRT
5656
5654
+5V
1424
7
SUP-ENABLE
GND-STB
FRAME
DEFLECTION
E/W DRIVE
5653
5723
-Vf21
24
COLD
6464
SUP-ENABLE
5716
1 2
7702
TDA7490
1940
1
LINE
DEFLECTION
+11D
COLD
HOT
-15V-LOT
3527
5707
-Vf11
24
5711
1 2
7700
TDA7490
6
LINE
DRIVE
+VBATT
3510
22
-VS
+VBATT
3530
5708
-Vf1
4
5735
HOT
VBATT
ADJUSTMENT
1
5712
-16V-19V
+
2512
1
A5
-20V
+16V+19V
5506 OR
5612
5726
5721
7720
5722
+2V5_E
+2V5FCA
+3V3FCD
+3V3FC1
+3V3FC2
7727
5725
+3V3_E
5743
5728
+1V5_E
+1V5FCA
+1V5FCC
+2V5FCD
E_14590_030.eps
211004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
31
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Large Signal Panel: Main Supply
TO
COLD
0301 OF
1
33n
1m
2542
2m2
2512
22K
3512
220K
1n5
6516
1u
1m
2543
2m2
2511
1n
C
3
I546
9515
F524
3533
BAS216
6511
4
1
DEGAUSSING A8-30
3534
A3-A4-23
I556
1u
A6
47K
I557
PM3394B
47K
F525
F
2540
BAS216
20V / div DC
10us / div
GND-SSP
A2-44
-20V
BAS216
COLD
3
HOT
COLD
E_14590_031.eps
081204
MAIN SUPPLY REPAIR KIT: 3122 785 90310
4
5
E
2528
BC847B
15R SUP-ENABLE
33K
7501
GND-SUP
3524
F521
3532
4K7
BAS216
3529
6512
3510
2
7528
BC337-25
100K
2K
3549
I539
I542
F522
0R1
3542
10n
3527
100n
F523
D
I537
820R
I541
1K
2506
+5.2V_MPA2-43
10K
3526
3530
2524
10n
2502
2
470p
2531
160K
3507
I561
1550
F520
1M
2n2
3523
2514
6509
I533
FOR LATAM - AP SETS
2
PM3394B
5V / div DC
10us / div
F518
33K
HOT
8204 000 8159.5
A5
PM3394B
50V / div DC
5us / div
3528
47K
10
6533 10u
I558
F536
GND-AUD
1
470p
BAT254
9505
6523
1510
STPS8H100
A4
A8
0R15
-14V2
F542
F
8
-16V-19V
33u
9
2V5
6K8
3522
TUNERGND
1K
2530
F528
-15V6
BAS316
-14V2
3
83R
I554
0V
6517
I545
7
F508
5513
3540
3
I543
4
2n2
6536
16V6
1
7506
TL431CZ
F527
3519
6537
2n2
2505
7529
BC546B
B
GND-AUD
I527
2522 I553 5509
I525
6
I555
5K6
6K8
I544
I532
F530
VBATT
17V2
15R
33u
5
I530
3503
47R
10n
2538
GND-SUP
2n2
0V
3506
I562
83R
F503
+16V+19V
5506
2515 47u
F539
9510
F540 F541
I531 3520
3517
3537
BYV29F-400
2510
142V7
2523 47u
BAS316
BZT03-C
5505
17V2
A5
1 3516 2
+t
E
5514 F529
I515
F531
47R I529
Rp
9518
F519
2519 I560
I519
F510 F537 F509
I534
I563
5507 I514
143V8
15K
10K
2513
3525 I536
3531
9519
3505
BAT254
2525
143V8
4n7
F515
1
HOT
6534
0R39
6515
Rs
GND-STB
BC547B
I551
F505 F532 F506 F533
BZV85-C6V8
2535 I540 3535
1n
144V
159V
18V2
19V4
STPS8H100
A6
143V7
3550
232266296 2
3
1 2 3
50V / div DC
5us / div
3515
F517
+t
2503
V12
3547 390R
2504
6506
I552
GND-STB
1K
50V / div DC
5us / div
50V / div DC
2us / div
A7
BAS216
HEATSINK
100n
2520
0043
PM3394B
144V
2K2
I524
6507
3536
A3
PM3394B
A
0R39
33u
D
I511
3514
5515
2 0V
4R7
I549
A2
PM3394B
7502
BAS216
F516
1 139V
TO
DEGAUSSING
COIL
2n2
F538
1502
3504
143V
I569
9516
I565
9511
F514 F513
10n
139V
1
MAINS SWITCH
PANEL
2517
F512
A1
148V1
I522
10K
2544
2516
J
2
I550
3553
I528
139V
I512
15R
I516
I526
330u
220R
1R
F511
A1
COLD
0V
7530
BC847B
9513
1
2
1505
FROM
0202 OF
220R
3551
1590
RES
HOT
I506
2K2
3508
A4
I503
3500
5
3501
DSP I504
3543
I548
100p
6514
I568
9504
I505
9
8
3511
83R
F534
I502
BZX79-C15
6505
4
1
100p
F500
2 2501 3
4
2K2
1
3552
I523
I521
9501
22n
2 5502 3
3
6
3
4
I518 2508
9503
4
2 5504
148V
F535
22n
4M7
3
2537
470n
2507
V
3509
I520
9502
0V
2541 I564 2518
7
6535
BYV95C
I510 7504
6530
282V
1
3521
C
I559
A3
22n
B
1500
SDDF
143V
F502
2509
2 5503
3518
F2,5AH-250V
6525
2
BZX79-C10
3
A2
330K
22n
4
1503
GBU4J
150K
6510
I509
6
3513
144V
TCET1103(G)
1 7507 4
I507
I508
5516
3
1 5511 2
54A-0018
4
I500
A1
1
T5AH-250V
5
STARTUP
F526
1501
A
V-START
MAIN SUPPLY
A1
4
A2-8
3
+375V
2
A2-42
1
6
7
8
9
0043 D1
1500 B1
1501 A1
1502 C1
1503 A4
1505 C1
1510 F2
1550 D8
1590 C2
2501 C5
2502 E6
2503 A6
2504 B4
2505 F2
2506 E6
2507 B2
2508 B3
2509 A3
2510 C6
2511 B8
2512 B8
2513 D6
2514 D6
2515 C6
2516 C3
2517 C4
2518 A6
2519 B8
2520 D2
2522 C8
2523 C6
2524 E7
2525 B6
2528 E9
2530 F5
2531 D7
2535 C5
2537 B3
2538 E4
2540 F6
2541 A5
2542 B9
2543 C9
2544 C4
3500 C3
3501 C2
3503 D6
3504 B5
3505 B6
3506 D6
3507 D7
3508 A6
3509 B1
3510 D7
3511 A6
3512 B6
3513 A5
3514 B5
3515 B5
3516 E3
3517 E4
3518 A4
3519 F5
3520 D6
3521 B2
3522 E5
3523 D6
3524 E9
3525 D6
3526 E6
3527 E7
3528 E8
3529 E8
3530 E7
3531 E4
3532 E9
3533 F6
3534 F9
3535 C5
3536 D2
3537 E2
3540 D7
3542 E6
3543 A6
3547 B5
3549 E7
3550 D4
3551 C2
3552 B4
3553 C4
5502 B3
5503 B2
5504 B2
5505 C5
5506 C6
5507 B7
5509 C8
5511 A2
5513 C8
5514 B8
5515 D2
5516 A2
6505 B4
6506 B5
6507 C5
6509 D6
6510 A5
6511 D8
6512 E8
6514 C6
6515 C5
6516 F6
6517 E5
6523 F5
6525 A3
6530 A4
6533 F6
6534 C6
6535 A8
6536 C8
6537 F4
7501 E8
7502 A6
7504 A4
7506 E5
7507 C5
7528 E8
7529 F4
7530 B4
9501 B1
9502 B1
9503 B3
9504 B3
9505 F5
9510 D5
9511 C5
9513 C3
9515 F6
9516 C2
9518 E4
9519 E3
F500 A5
F502 A4
F503 B9
F505 B7
F506 B8
F508 C9
F509 C6
F510 C6
F511 C1
F512 C1
F513 C2
F514 C1
F515 C4
F516 D1
F517 D5
F518 D9
F519 E1
F520 D7
F521 E9
F522 E7
F523 E6
F524 F6
F525 F9
F526 A3
F527 E5
F528 F2
F529 B9
F530 B9
F531 B7
F532 B7
F533 B8
F534 B4
F535 B3
F536 C9
F537 C6
F538 C4
F539 D5
F540 D5
F541 D6
F542 F4
I500 A4
I502 B3
I503 C3
I504 C2
I505 A6
I506 A6
I507 A1
I508 A1
I509 A3
I510 A4
I511 B5
I512 A6
I514 B7
I515 B6
I516 B4
I518 B3
I519 B6
I520 B1
I521 B2
I522 B4
I523 B2
I524 B5
I525 C7
I526 C4
I527 C8
I528 C2
I529 C6
I530 D6
I531 D5
I532 F2
I533 D6
I534 D5
I536 D6
I537 D8
I539 E8
I540 C5
I541 E7
I542 E9
I543 E5
I544 E4
I545 F5
I546 F6
I548 A6
I549 A6
I550 B4
I551 B7
I552 B6
I553 C8
I554 D7
I555 D6
I556 E9
I557 E9
I558 F5
I559 A4
I560 B8
I561 E6
I562 E4
I563 E3
I564 A6
I565 A5
I568 B4
I569 C3
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
32
Large Signal Panel: Stand-by Supply
1146 E10
1148 C10
2109 E7
2110 D2
2122 A1
2123 D3
2148 A6
2149 E7
3107 E1
3108 C4
3121 A2
3122 B1
3135 B9
3136 B8
3148 D3
3149 D3
3161 B6
3162 A7
5102 C1
5103 C5
6103 B1
6104 B2
6115 C3
6116 D4
6132 B10
6133 A7
7103 E5
7104 E5
9106 E5
9107 B7
F104 C8
F105 C9
F116 E9
F117 E10
F903 A4
I100 A5
I111 C1
I112 C2
I123 C1
I124 C4
I135 D7
I136 D1
I147 E5
I148 B3
I159 B3
I160 A1
I171 E9
I172 A7
I189 A7
I191 C8
1149 B7
2100 D5
2111 D1
2112 D3
2124 E3
2126 A10
2150 B9
2152 A4
3109 D8
3110 A4
3123 D6
3124 E6
3137 B7
3138 C2
3150 C3
3151 B9
3163 B2
3164 A8
5104 B4
5105 B6
6105 C3
6106 E2
6117 B7
6118 C7
6134 A7
6141 D9
7105 D3
7120 A2
9108 C7
9109 C4
F106 D6
F107 E9
F118 E10
F120 D10
I101 A6
I102 B3
I113 C6
I114 C7
I125 C4
I126 D1
I137 D1
I138 C7
I149 B4
I150 C7
I161 A1
I162 A2
I173 A7
I176 C9
I192 C8
I193 D9
2101 C1
2102 D1
2114 C2
2115 C7
2130 C9
2131 A8
2153 E4
2154 A8
3111 C1
3113 D7
3125 D1
3126 E2
3140 A9
3141 E8
3152 D2
3153 B9
3165 B10
3166 D8
5106 B5
5111 A7
6107 C6
6108 D2
6119 C7
6120 D6
6142 D3
6144 D2
7130 B9
7131 A8
9110 A3
9112 B6
F108 E9
F109 E9
F121 A9
F123 A9
I103 B5
I104 B6
I115 C3
I116 C6
I127 D1
I128 B6
I139 E2
I140 E1
I151 C7
I152 B8
I163 A3
I164 B2
I180 B8
I181 B9
I194 A8
I195 C2
2103 C1
2104 C6
2116 A5
2117 B2
2140 E8
2141 B8
3101 C2
3102 D1
3114 E6
3115 A6
3127 E2
3130 A8
3142 E8
3143 E9
3155 D8
3156 A10
3167 D8
3168 A9
5112 B6
5113 C4
6109 B2
6110 A5
6121 E6
6122 E7
6147 C4
6148 B6
7132 C9
7133 B9
9122 B7
9126 C10
F110 E9
F111 D8
F124 D9
F126 C10
I105 B6
I106 B4
I117 C1
I118 C1
I129 D2
I130 D2
I141 E6
I142 E7
I153 B8
I154 A9
I165 C1
I166 C3
I182 B9
I184 E7
I196 D3
I197 D3
2105 C1
2106 B10
2118 C6
2119 C7
2143 B6
2144 D3
3103 C1
3104 C2
3116 A6
3117 C2
3131 B8
3132 B8
3144 A7
3145 E3
3157 C9
3158 B10
3170 A6
3171 A6
5130 A8
6100 C2
6111 C6
6112 A9
6123 B2
6124 B3
6149 B10
7100 E1
7140 D9
7141 D10
9129 B3
F100 A1
F112 D1
F113 E1
F143 E6
F900 A4
I107 B5
I108 B1
I119 C4
I120 C4
I131 D6
I132 D6
I143 A8
I144 E7
I155 A8
I156 B2
I167 D3
I168 D4
I185 B8
I186 A10
I198 E3
2107 C6
2108 A4
2120 A7
2121 A1
2145 C2
2147 D8
3105 C1
3106 D1
3118 C4
3120 C1
3133 C10
3134 C9
3146 E4
3147 E3
3159 D8
3160 D3
3998 A4
5100 B5
6101 E2
6102 A2
6113 B6
6114 E2
6125 B3
6130 A7
7101 C3
7102 B3
9102 C8
9103 E5
F101 B7
F103 C9
F114 E8
F115 E8
F901 A4
F902 A4
I109 B1
I110 B4
I121 D6
I122 C3
I133 D7
I134 B7
I145 E1
I146 E2
I157 D9
I158 E8
I169 D4
I170 E3
I187 A9
I188 A7
COLD
1
4
2
3124
0.9V
I141
68R
0V4
I144
1V1
2106
MCL4148
6149
47K
3133
2130
10K
3157
10n
5V2 (5V3)
6141
12V
0V
(0V)
(0V)
4V5
F114
A21
BZM55-C15
(0V3)
7140
BC847B
100R
F111
3155
+5.2V_MP
5V1 (0V)
I158
3143
100R
F108
4
+11V
1u
N.C.
3
VTUN
+5.2V_MP
1146
1
2
GND-SSP
I171
F109
F110
5
F118
GND-SSP
E_14590_032.eps
101204
8204 000 8174.5
1
2
3
4
A10
PM3394B
5
A11
PM3394B
A12
6
PM3394B
A13
PM3394B
7
A14
PM3394B
A15
8
A16
9
A17
PM3394B
A18
10
PM3394B
A19
PM3394B
STANDBY SUPPLY REPAIR KIT: 3122 785 90460
STANDBY (..V.)
50V / div DC
5us / div
5V / div DC
5us / div
2V / div DC
5us / div
5V / div DC
10us / div
200mV / div DC
10us / div
500mV / div DC
5ms / div
5V / div DC
5ms / div
20V / div DC
5us / div
5V / div DC
5us / div
D
F120
F107 F116 F117
F115
+5V
F124
GND-SSP
GND-SSP
About DC-voltages measured:
NORMAL ..V.
2m2
2126
100R
3156
6132
10n
100R 3158
2150
330R 3165 BZX384-C6V8
4K7
100R
3151
15n
I193
680R
I184
A16
4K7
3168
3153
100R
3135
47R
3132
3140
100K
3130
47R
10u
10K
2147
22R
+8V6
3145
220R
+5.2V_MP
1A25
MP125
I157
680R
3166
C
9126
7141
STP16NE06
I142
0V
0V
+5.2V
1148
+5V -switch
F105
3141 2K7
5.2V
A1-43
+11V_STBY
5V2 (0V)
GND-SSP
F104
2m2
I135
A8-9
STANDBY
F126
3134
F103
3K3
5
MCL4148
9102
10u
3142
-0.8V
470R
2141
3131
6119
+11V_ROT
BZX79-B3V9
7103
2 0V
F143
3
I176
GND-SSP
1u
-14V
9103 (-12V)
15n
MCL4148
6133
STPS8H100
1 6130 2
6134
2n2
2148
33K
2m2
2119
3113
1
4
7104
TCDT1102G
(1V)
6122
0V8
I133
B
GND-SSP
A19
5.2V
GND-SSP
GND-SSP
7132
10R I192
1V1
2109
I169
-1V3
9106 I147
I198
I132
TCET1102
(-1V7)
I185
A
1K
3109
I131
A15
GND-STB
I170
2104
3118
1R5
GND-STB
3136
BC847B
I150
F106
470p
GND-SSP BC847B
680R
3167
1N4148
RES
I121
1N4148
BC557B
7105
2n2
10R
100n
5V2
I181
7130
I152
2140
9109
83R
BZX79-C6V8
I116 0V 2107
I114
I151
I182
I153
I191
I186
I154
I180
I134
I138
2149
MCL4148
STPS8H100
5103 I113 6111 SB360
2100
2153
6101
F101
I187
7133
BC857B
+11V
1 6107 2
GND-STB
I168
6116
10K
2123
-14V
BYD33D
220R
I125
5K6
6114
BYV27-200
2131
22u
2R2
5113
1R5
6147
3108
3149
BZM55-C5V6
BAT254
6148
I128
+8V6
8V5 (0V)
1n
2115
2u2
3161
F123
F121
6112
3164 100K
I194
GND-SSP
1A6
MP160
9122
A20
BZX384-C10
I155
BAS316
9107
10
2n2
10V (0V)
A3-48
1149
BAS316 BAS316
9108
1
A18
I105
2143
6117
8
6113
I104
4K7
2
83R
5105
5112
3137
7
1m
5106
3
3146
6106
I139
3127 I146
-0V6
I145
BC557B
GND-STB
7100
2144
BZX79-B22
I129
10K
3126
15R
3125
1K
3107
F113
BAT254
I140
3150 100R
I167
1u I196 1u
6108 I197 6142
0.15V
0.1V
6
A10
I124
3148 22R
-0V5
(-0V8)
0V
(0V)
1K
2112 10n
3152 1K
7101
BC337-25
33n
2n2
GND-SSP
I166
470R
+11V_STBY
13V1
0V
83R
I120
A12
A14
I130
GND-STB
1K
3106
10u
2102
0V
2110
I136
F112
5
5104
(0V) I119
0V
6115 BAT254 6105
GND-STB
2111 47n
287V (326V)
47R
I126
GND-STB
1K
I127
3102
A13
7102 STP3NB60
BZX79-C15
2124 10u
PDZ-27B
3117
820K
6100
6144 MCL4148
47R
2101
2n2
1K
3138
3105
100p
I123
I115
I122
I195 470p
2145
(1V1)
1V9
3160
10M
100p
1K5 2103
3104 47R
I117
I118
2105
3111 10u
10R
5102
3120
I165
A11
1N5062 (COL) I112 2114
GND-STB
1K
3101
I111
6109
3103
BYD33D
10M
100n
BYW29EX
9112
I103
STP16NE06
7131
2154 I143
83R
I107
3163
270V
A2
12V8 (20v)
3162
470R
3144
I172
GND-SSP
2120
5111
6120
9110
680p 138V
6103
I108
E
GND-STB
5100
S22992-02
BZX384-C33 BZX384-C33 BZX384-C33
2117
-19.5V
I137
I106
I149
I102
I189
GND-SSP
I110
I109
D
I148
9129
6123 I156 6124 I159 6125
BZM55-C22
A1-12
STARTUP
A1-42
V-START
C
GND-STB
-0V5
33K
10n 2108
3122 I164 6104
10K
4K7
3170
A17
10n 2152
VTUN
3171
I163
BC547B
7120
I173
35V
3115
470p
A1-8
MCL4148
A8-47
6121
10R
22n
4K7
I101
2116
I100
3110
TO
B
BYV27-600
+375V
22n
3116
64V
50R
3121
10
83R
6110
6102
3147 2K2
A
I162
9
5130
I188
HOT
FROM
-20V F100 2121 I160 2122 I161
8
1u
F903
F902
1K
A1-44
7
6118
F900 F901 3998
6
3123
STAND-BY SUPPLY
5
3159
4
2118
3
3114
A2
2
220R
1
1V / div DC
5us / div
E
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
33
Large Signal Panel: Line Deflection
1498 D13
1499 D13
2400 D6
2401 E8
2402 D12
2405 G9
2409 C4
2412 B4
2413 B4
2414 B4
2415 C3
2417 B5
2418 B6
2419 C8
2420 B6
2421 E7
1
2468 D11
2469 E10
2488 B7
2492 C3
2494 A6
2495 A7
3400 D11
3401 E9
2445 G12
2450 D10
2460 E13
2461 E12
2462 A11
2463 A11
2464 B11
2465 B11
2433 D8
2434 D8
2435 B7
2440 F4
2441 G12
2442 F10
2443 G12
2444 H10
2
3402 F9
3404 D4
3406 C3
3407 C4
3409 B5
3410 A6
3411 B4
3414 C4
3415 A4
3416 A4
3417 C5
3423 B8
3425 C7
3426 C7
3431 C9
3435 D8
3
3446 F12
3447 F12
3448 H10
3450 C10
3451 C11
3452 H11
3453 H11
3454 F11
3436 D8
3437 F11
3440 F3
3441 F3
3442 F4
3443 F4
3444 F11
3445 F11
5465 B10
5466 E10
5469 D10
6400 D11
6401 H12
6406 C3
6407 A4
6408 A4
5422 E7
5423 B7
5424 E7
5425 C7
5426 A6
5430 C10
5461 E12
5463 A10
3499 A12
3689 E10
5400 D6
5401 E9
5402 A7
5410 B5
5411 B5
5421 C8
3460 E11
3461 E11
3462 A10
3463 A10
3464 B10
3465 B10
3469 E12
3498 A12
4
5
6422 C7
6423 B8
6434 D8
6435 D8
6460 E12
6462 A11
6463 A11
6464 B11
6409 F10
6410 F11
6411 G10
6412 F10
6413 G10
6414 G10
6415 H10
6421 A7
6
7
F403 A6
F404 A12
F405 D6
F406 A12
F407 D6
F408 A6
F409 A12
F410 A12
9417 B6
9423 B7
9425 C7
9426 A6
9623 B5
F400 D6
F401 D6
F402 D6
6465 B11
7407 H11
7408 C5
7409 C4
7421 A6
7445 F3
9401 E9
9410 D10
F411 B8
F412 B8
F413 A13
F414 B12
F415 B6
F416 B8
F417 B8
F418 C4
8
9
I405 A6
I406 A6
I407 A7
I408 A3
I409 A5
I410 A10
I411 A11
I413 A10
10
I482 D11
I483 D11
I484 D11
I485 H12
I487 F10
I488 F11
I489 H10
I490 H10
13
14
I420
TO
1417
EHT
RES
POR-CIRCUIT = f(V + 11D)
10K
10K
3451
100n
I483 3400
5469
1R
I484
9410
4
3689
6
1K
2469
I497
3401
I466
1R
RES
2
+11D
I458 2461
470p
I460
6460
I463
F431 F432
BYV95C
NC
+11D
+11D
F433
1492
EH-B
1
2
E
TO
1492
3
DAF
RES
I487
x
3454
6410
1u
F
I489
6415
xx
560p
= AC FILAMENT
#
= USA XRAY PROT
G
x x = DC FILAMENT
#
I492
#
3448 I491
2K7
1u
x
#
3453
7407 100R
BC817-25
#
I485 6401
F439
BAS316
H
EW
(See also part of kit on diagram A4)
2444
#
2443
xx
I493
I490
LINE DEFLECTION REPAIR KIT: 3122 785 90330
RES
RES
I494
RES
22n
#
3446
1R
3445
xx
6411
3444
100R
470R
LINCOR COIL 32"
LINCOR COIL 36"
BRIDGE COIL 32"/36" BRIDGE COIL 32"/36"
LOT 32"
LOT 36"
Wire
#
2V / div DC
10us / div
10R
F440
PM3394B
H
3447
6n8
2441
#
xx
3437 I488
22n
I495
xx
2442
2445
1n5
GND-SUP
6412
GND-SUP
6413
2405
GND-SUP
#
BAS316
6
BAS316
5
3452
5V / div DC
10us / div
1Ω
5.6Ω
5.6Ω
LINCOR COIL 28"
BRIDGE COIL 28"
LOT 28"
4
PDZ-8.2B
G
Diversity table Line deflection [A3]
32"
36"
3P
1nF
1nF
9.1nF
9.1nF
27nF
27nF
390nF
360nF
22nF
6.8nF
22nF
1Ω
1Ω
4.7Ω
3
PDZ-15B
I475
470K
28"
4P
1.5nF
10nF
22nF
430nF
A4-46
Item
1492
2420
2425
2426
2433
2441
2442
2445
3444
3454
3498
3499
5421
5422
5430
9411
2
6414
680K
2440
3443
22K
3441
1
2
1R
1
I474
7445 3442
A6-A8-45
PM3394B
1
A30
6409
BC847B
1498 1499
+11D
FILAMENT PULSES
I473
1K
I457 5461
1R
3461
HEATSINK
F437
A28
A29
3460
I471
I461
VDAF
470p
22u
27R
3402
2468
D
1491
F430
6400
I482
3n3
5466
I401
I454 F429
1m
12
BYV95C
1K
3
0042
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
10us / div
TO
1491
120R
I476
3440
A2-48
7
0V 1
3469
RES
6434
BYD33J
2450
RES
I421
5401
I477
6
0V 2
GND-SUP
2401
PANEL
A8-20
I445
9
9401
200V
C
CRT
4
EHT-INFO
11
5
COLD
TO
1424
0V 5
33u
6435
BYD33J
33K
33K
1 SIN
I447
6n8
F
2
0V
1493
8
RES
GND-SUP
GND-SUP
0V
5V8
I443
RES
2u2
2424
470n
RES 3435
680n
2434
3450
CRT PANEL
1
-1V4 3
F422
EHT-INFO
G2
18u
GND-SUP
1m
FILAMENT
F436
0V
10
+141V
A2-48
F421
F438
TO
1
1 CU15 2
*
3 5424 4
1 CU20 2
680n
4 5422 3
1u2
2421
470n
2422
2423
*
PM3394B
*
HOT
2460
3431
150R
5430
OV2076
I455
*
GND-SUP
-15V2
EH-B1424
5421
470p
3u6
2419
10R
RES 6422
680n
2433
F405
WH4D-1
BYV29X-500
I444
F407
4
I478
2430
I440
*
3
I496 F413
5R6
A
B
6465
2431
*
5R6
-15V-LOT
TO
CRT -ASSY
BYW76
FOCUS
*
3499
I480
2402
27n
F402
2
F414
470p
I429
6464
1R
DAF
1
0V
-12V8
I481
A32
I424 2465
1R
I427
3465
I428 5465
3n3
+141V
*
3464
3498 I479
F410
13V7
1495
13V7
+13V-LOT
1m
1
1430
BY228/20
VA
2462
6463
I425
F404
F406
F409
GND-SUP
BYV29X-500
F417
10R
3426
2420
2418
1n2
33u
BYW76
2464
6421
9423
560n
430n
9n1
2488
11n
2435
2425
2426
3417
I404
D
1V / div DC
10us / div
I491 H11
I492 H11
I493 G12
I494 G12
I495 G10
I496 A13
I497 D11
+13V-LOT
470p
I414
6462
1R
3463
0V
I441
5400 F400 F401
F427
F426
1
2
I434
I433
GND-SUP
2400
3404
470R
GND-LINEDRIVE
1417
F412
BC368
VBATT
RES
I413
5463
3n3
7408
A8-3
F423 F425
F424
6V6
A23
I419
RES 3436
0V4
0V
A25
I474 F3
I475 G4
I476 F4
I477 E9
I478 B9
I479 A12
I480 A12
I481 A11
I457 E11
I458 E12
I460 E12
I461 E10
I463 E11
I466 E10
I471 E10
I473 F3
12
2463
I411
I417
2432
10K
3407
220p
2415
6406
MCL4148
47p
F434
I439
I438
83R
I437
I403
5425
7409
BC847B
3462
I410
LINE
DEFLECTION
F411 COIL
I432
RES 470p
330R
C
A24
I440 C9
I441 C8
I443 C10
I444 D8
I445 D11
I447 D9
I454 D12
I455 E8
A31
TO
0V4
47u
F419 2492
100R
A24
F418
220n
9417
2417
47n
2409
A23
I432 B8
I433 B7
I434 B8
I435 C3
I436 C3
I437 C5
I438 C6
I439 C4
I424 B11
I425 B10
I426 B5
I427 B10
I428 B10
I429 B11
I430 B4
I431 B5
I414 A11
I416 A4
I417 A9
I418 B7
I419 A8
I420 B9
I421 D10
I422 B4
11
1R
F416
560n
SIN
LINE DEFLECTION
I418
F415
5411
RES 3425
I426
10R
I436 3414
*
5423 RES
1K
9623
A22
I435 3406
*
9425
9 CE165T 6
1 5410 4
2412
I430
90R
9426
39R
3411
47n
10u
2413
2414 I431
*
3409
GND-SUP
B
A26
F408
7421
BU2520DX
A25
I422
100u
220n
F403
I416
A8-4
LINEDRIVE1
150u
I406
A1-A4-23
I405 220n
I409
6407
MCL4148
5V2
47R
5402 I407 2495
6R8
6423
HOT
5426
I408
COLD
SUP-ENABLE
I402
2494
BY359X-1500
BYD33D
3410
RES3423
10V4
BY229X-600
6408
I400
100R
11V2
+5.2V
A
E
F438 C11
F439 H13
F440 G10
I400 A3
I401 E9
I402 A4
I403 B7
I404 D5
A3
15R
+11D
A22
F429 D12
F430 D12
F431 E13
F432 E13
F433 E13
F434 C5
F436 C11
F437 F2
F419 C2
F421 C11
F422 C11
F423 C6
F424 C6
F425 C6
F426 D3
F427 D4
LINE DEFLECTION
3416
A3
2422 E6
2423 E6
2424 D8
2425 B6
2426 B7
2430 B8
2431 C8
2432 D7
3415
0042 F8
1417 B8
1424 C13
1430 A9
1491 D13
1492 E14
1493 D10
1495 A13
E_14590_033.eps
101204
8204 000 8176.6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
34
Large Signal Panel: Frame Deflection E/W Drive
1625 B13
1627 C13
2481 F9
2482 G10
2620 C9
2621 D10
2635 A8
2642 B11
3419 D3
3420 C3
3472 E12
3474 E13
3486 E3
3487 F3
3611 B3
3620 D11
3631 B7
3632 C7
3643 B8
3644 A12
3658 C2
3659 C2
5621 A5
6405 A12
6493 F12
6494 F12
6623 A11
6624 C12
7450-B F5
7455 D3
7641 A12
7652 B13
F602 A9
F603 A11
F614 E3
F615 F12
F628 E2
F629 C7
I610 A9
I611 A12
I622 B13
I623 A7
I634 C12
I635 C12
I646 D5
I647 C6
I658 F8
I659 F13
I670 D12
I671 E12
I692 F11
I693 B5
1693 F4
2403 D3
2487 A13
2490 E8
2622 A10
2623 C3
2653 D10
2656 B2
3421 D2
3422 D3
3475 F11
3476 E12
3488 E9
3489 F10
3621 D11
3622 D11
3633 B7
3634 C9
3645 A11
3646 C12
3660 B6
3661 C12
6442 B12
6455 E3
6499 F14
6614 C5
6625 A7
6626 A7
7480 F10
7482 F6
7653 F13
7654 E12
F604 A11
F605 B3
F616 D10
F617 D11
I600 A9
I601 A11
I612 A13
I613 A10
I624 B8
I625 B9
I636 C10
I637 C11
I648 A7
I649 D4
I660 F10
I661 F10
I672 A7
I673 A6
I694 A6
I695 A6
2404 D2
2491 F12
2624 C11
2657 B3
3449 F2
3478 F11
3490 E5
3623 D10
3635 A9
3647 C12
3662 B6
6456 F3
6615 E5
6627 A6
7483 E6
9405 F4
F606 B12
F618 D11
I602 B5
I614 F4
I626 B11
I638 F4
I650 E3
I662 F9
I674 B9
I696 F3
2448 B12
2451 F2
2493 G4
2497 E12
2625 C10
2627 C11
2659 C2
2660 F11
3455 C2
3456 D2
3479 F10
3480 F11
3491 F12
3492 E8
3624 C11
3625 C12
3636 A9
3637 A9
3648 D11
3652 A12
3663 C13
3664 C2
6457 F2
6458 G3
6616 C5
6617 B6
6628 C13
7440-A B3
7486 F9
7487 F8
9481 F5
9482 F7
F607 B2
F608 B11
F621 E13
F622 E13
I603 E8
I604 F2
I615 A11
I616 B12
I627 C5
I628 C3
I639 C10
I640 C12
I651 E5
I652 E12
I663 F10
I664 C11
I675 D3
I676 B12
I697 F3
I698 G2
2454 F3
2457 E4
2498 F14
2499 E13
2628 A8
2629 C12
2661 C8
2662 C3
3457 C4
3458 E3
3481 F10
3482 F9
3493 E8
3495 F13
3626 C12
3627 C12
3638 B8
3639 C6
3653 C11
3654 F4
3665 B12
3688 G10
6480 E10
6481 F9
6618 A6
6619 C11
7440-B D3
7441 D3
7611 A7
7612 D6
9483 E7
9499 F13
F609 B13
F610 C2
F623 F2
F624 F11
I605 D3
I606 A13
I617 B13
I618 A9
I629 B8
I630 D13
I641 B7
I642 C9
I653 E10
I654 E5
I665 F9
I666 F7
I677 C12
I678 D2
2458 E2
2603 C6
2630 B9
3403 A13
3459 E2
3483 F9
3496 F8
3628 A7
3640 A7
3655 B2
3690 C7
6482 F8
6620 A10
7442 D13
7613 A9
9620 B10
F611 C13
F625 F12
I607 F8
I619 A9
I631 C8
I643 D4
I655 E10
I667 F13
I679 E2
2466 D12
2480 F9
2604 C9
2605 C5
2631 B9
2633 D7
3412 D5
3418 E9
3466 E12
3467 A12
3484 E8
3485 F7
3497 D13
3610 B5
3629 C12
3630 B8
3641 C6
3642 B8
3656 B2
3657 C3
5467 F10
5620 B11
6483 F10
6491 E13
6621 A10
6622 B10
7443 A13
7450-A B4
7614 C5
7620 B10
9622 B11
F601 F2
F612 C13
F613 C2
F626 G3
F627 F11
I608 B8
I609 A11
I620 B11
I621 B4
I632 C11
I633 C11
I644 D2
I645 D3
I656 E9
I657 F7
I668 F10
I669 A12
I689 F10
I690 F4
150K
3645
2487
3467
3644
220R
47R
BZX284-C15
6442
RES 3665
MCL4148
470p
2448
B
GND-SUP
RES
MCL4148
6624
6628
1
DEFLECTION
3
150R
150R
3663
EH-B
FRAME
2
COIL
F611
3661
100n
3626
100R
2629
22K
3627
RES
BYD33D
6619
22K
2627
I677
I635
I632
10u
3653
220n
I634
1625
MCL4148
RES100R
120R
3629
47K
3625
3646
2R2
3647
1R5
3624
2u2
2630
100u
6623
2642
6622
3637
2u2
2631
BZV85-C
9622
470K
3638
3630
RES
1n
2661
470n
470n
1627
1
F612
I640
C
EH-B
2
3
A44
100n
2621
3n3
RES
1R
3R3
3648
1R
3622
1R
3621
3620
F618
21V7
I671
4K7
PM3394B
A39
A40
PM3394B
PM3394B
A41
PM3394B
A42
0V3
47K
2491
10u
3491
BAT254
7653
BC847B
A43
PM3394B
A44
3n3
33K
6499
BZX384-C10
F
I667
A4-46
GND-SUP
PM3394B
2499
9499
F625
A4-46
GND-SUP
100K
F627
3495
21V6
F615 6493
4K7
1n
2660
3479
100R
3475
4R7
6483
A46
I659
A48
F624 3478 I692
I663
I689
3688
47n
2482
BAT254
100R
RES
2498
D
I661
4R7
3480
G
6491
1PS76SB10
A47
S
3489 15K
56K
3474
33n
F622
GND-SUP
7480
STP3NB60 I660
3481
E
F621
470n
5467
56K
3418
100R
3482
2n2
39K
2497
6480
BYD33D
22V7
7654
BC857B
GND-SUP
I668
GND-SUP
GND-SUP
3472
22V5
I662
4n7
6481
I607
2480
1V
2481 RES
4K7
3484
0V
I665
VDAF
GND-SUP
680K
3488
150K
3493
100u
2490
I666
TO
5V7
BC847B
7487
I656
1K8
0V6
7486
BC847B
3483
4
2
A45
I658
BAS216
7482
TCDT1102G
D
33K
7442
BC857B
100n
3466
220K
3476
F617
2K7
3n3
2493
7V8
3485
I690 1693
3654
GND-SUP
I657
6482
5
21V7
2466
3n3
I655
3496
3
470R
2
1
I670
+141V
I652
I603
9481
I638
A38
*
I653
4
6
4
*
3497
I630
-14V2
*
2653
3492
100R
7483
TCET1102
9483
7450-B
LM393D
7
F616
MCL4148
RES 6494
1K8
3K3
0V7
RES
8
9405
6456
BAV99
8K2
15n
3487
100K
10u
22K
3636
100n
1 2635 2
10K
100u
2628
47K
3642
2K2
3631
56K
3633
1n
I654
RES
A38
NOTE
I637
GND-SUP
3490
MCL4148
6615
7V9
5
0V7
4K7
F626
2625 I636 2624
7652
BC847B
GND-SUP
GND-SUP
GND-SUP
PM3394B
A45
A46
PM3394B
PM3394B
A47
PM3394B
A48
G
GND-SUP
EW
EW
BZX384-C5V6
G
8Vb
I633
-15V2
I622
I617
I676
I664
4
+141V
EW - FRAME
9482
3
I614
2
1m
6457
2451
I698
BZX384-C2V7
F601
+11D
100R
2K2
3640
1K5
3662
6K8
6616
2605
3412
+8V-S
6458
I604 3449
2454
A49
GND
18K
3623
0V
A37
I697
F
2633
3457
1K5
15n
2457
3458
0V
6K8
3486
I696
F623
THERMAL
PROTECTION
A1-A3-23
SUP-ENABLE
F606 F609
90R
F608
100R
100R
I616
I626 5620
OUT 5
POWER
AMPLIFIER
3403
I612
I642
I651
0V5
1
A8-6
7 IN+
A41
39K
I631
I649
1
EW-DRIVE
I625
3652
GND-SUP
I606
0V1
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
1 IN-
GND-SUP
F614
A37
GND-SUP
GND-SUP
A43
FLYBACK
GENERATOR
GND-SUP
470R
6455
200mV / div DC
10us / div
I620
3
FLYB
I639
7612
BC847B
8Vb
0V
7455
PMBT2369
I650
3459
A40
3634
1K
6
VSUPO
A42
I674
3690
BC847B
7641
I611
I615
A
(SEE NOTE)
-15V-LOT
7441
BC857B
3419
470R
7620
TDA8177 2
VSUP
4V1
I646
3K3
470K
2458 I679
3K3
3420
6K8
I678
F628 560p
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
I629
A39
I643
100u
I613
9620
3422 I645
I605
1n
A8-41
39K
7614
BC847B
1n
4
2404
F629
3632
-0V9
2403
7440-B
LM358N
7
6
PM3394B
GND-SUP
F604
BYV27-200
I618
GND-SUP
I647
BAT254
8
330K
I608 3643
RES
I675
5
I641
GND-SUP
6614
8Vb
2
A4
BC847B
7443
I669
BZX79-C47
I609
BYD33D
6620
2622
GND-SUP
I624
I627
8Vb
3K3
3455
3456
A36
14
PROTECTION CIRCUIT
-3V6
I610
BZX284-C15
RES
7613
TL431CZ
I619
13V7
220n
2620
RES
2V6
8Vb
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
13
I601
F603
6621
3 1V9
2604 RES
2n2
470K
FRAME DEFLECTION
6405
1
220p
6n8
6617
MCL4148
GND-SUP
I693
7V9
56K
15K
I644
D
0V
3639
3664
MCL4148
PM3394B
12
+141V
MCL4148
7450-A
LM393D
3657
22K
2623
3421
A35
11
F602
7611
BC847B
0V4
10
1
0V4
2
4
3611
A34
I694
3660
6
3
470R
3641
I621
7440-A
LM358N
0V
A36
I602
2K2
1K2
3656
22n
2656
2
I695 6618
1
1
F613
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
A50
+8V-S
I623
I648
5K6
MCL4148
8
I628
8 7V9
3610
10n
2657
12K
3655
3
A35
22K
2662
8Vb
I600
6625
3628
HOT
5
A33
3
3658
2K2
3659
22n
PM3394B
6626
GND-SUP
4
2659
A34
COLD
8Vb
5621
S13974
F607
F610
6627
33K
8Vb
PM3394B
500mV / div DC
2ms / div
10
8V2
F605
A8-11
FRAMEDRIVE-
9
+13V-LOT
RES
1V3
A33
8
I672
I673
MCL4148
MCL4148
MCL4148
100R
A8-10
FRAMEDRIVE+
B
7
+13V-LOT
6
+8V-S
Diversity table Frame deflection [A4]
Item
28"
32"
36"
1693
1P
2493
3.3nF
3480
6.8Ω
3488
1MΩ
680kΩ
1MΩ
3621
1Ω
1.5Ω
1Ω
3622
1.5Ω
1.8Ω
1Ω
3625
120Ω
220Ω
56Ω
3626
100Ω
220Ω
56Ω
3654
4.7kΩ
3661
470Ω
120Ω
6499
BZX384-C10 PDZ9.1B BZX384-C10
6624
BAS316 BAS316
A
E
5
FRAME DEFLECTION E/W DRIVE
A4
C
4
3635
3
330R
2
2603
1
PM3394B
BRIDGECOIL PROTECTION (5422) IS TRIGGERED VIA EW (SEE DIAGRAM A3 ALSO)
LINE DEFLECTION REPAIR KIT: 3122 785 90330
200mV / div DC
10us / div
8204 000 8176.6
1
2
3
4
5
6
2V / div DC
10us / div
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
7
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
8
20V / div DC
2ms / div
10V / div DC
2ms / div
9
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
10
1V / div DC
10µs / div
500mV / div DC
10µs / div
11
50V / div DC
10µs / div
12
500mV / div DC
10µs / div
13
E_14590_034.eps
101204
14
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
35
Large Signal Panel: Rotation Circuitry
1601 A2
1620 C4
2601 B2
3649 D1
3681 D2
3682 E2
3683 D1
3684 B2
3685 C1
3686 B1
3687 C3
6080 C2
6081 B3
6082 B2
6083 C4
1
6084 C1
7680 B2
7681 D2
7682 D3
F630 B4
F631 C4
2
F632 C2
F633 E2
F634 B1
I683 B3
I684 D1
I685 B2
I680 C1
I681 D2
I682 D2
3
I687 C2
I688 E2
I691 C1
I699 D1
Personal Notes:
4
A5 ROTATION CIRCUITRY
A5
+11V_ROT
A
1601
125mA
MP13
A
+Vp
+11V_ROT
F632
2
F631
+11V_ROT
OV6 820R
1620
RES
6083
BZM55-C15
3687
1
EH-B
ROTATION
DEFLECTION
C
COIL
3681
470R
I681
10K
3649
I699
6
MCL4148
I680
OV6
6080
6084
BZX384-C15
I691
7
3
OV
8
4
C
6081
BZM55-C15
100n
2601
6K8
3684
3
RES
I687
F630
5
2
56K
B
A53
I685
3686
3685
F634
13V1
1
A52
27K
TILT
7680
TDA7052
RES
FROM A8-49
RES
B
6082
BAT254
I683
D
D
I682
1V2
3683
10K
I684
1V3
7681
BC847B
OV6
I688
0V1
7682
BC368
100K
3682
0V1
E
E
F633
E_14590_035.eps
101204
8204 000 8176.6
1
2
3
4
E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
36
Large Signal Panel: Audio Amplifier
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0044 F7
0045 E5
2783 D9
2784 E6
3790 B3
3791 B2
I702 A5
I703 B5
I786 D9
I787 F8
1735 F2
1737 F9
2785 E9
2786 A2
3792 B2
3793 B3
I704 A5
I705 C4
I788 C6
I789 D5
1738 F6
2702 B3
2787 A7
2791 E9
3794 B7
3795 B8
I706 C4
I707 C3
I790 E2
I792 B8
2704 B2
2705 A5
2792 D9
3701 E5
3796 C7
3797 C8
I709 D3
I710 E4
I795 F7
I798 D4
2706 B3
2707 B2
3702 B5
3703 A5
3798 C5
5701 E3
I711 B3
I712 A4
I799 E3
2708 A2
2709 C5
3704 A5
3705 B2
5702 E2
5703 A3
I713 D3
I716 D2
2710 C4
2711 E1
3706 E5
3707 C5
5707 C1
5708 D1
I717 B4
I718 B4
2712 D4
2713 A5
3708 E5
3709 E4
5711 D4
5712 C4
I719 E2
I721 B2
2714 D3
2715 E3
3710 D3
3711 C4
5715 E9
5716 D9
I722 B2
I723 B9
2716 D3
2717 F3
3712 E2
3713 C5
5720 F7
5721 E8
I724 D2
I725 E1
2718 E2
2719 E4
3714 C4
3715 B5
5722 E6
5723 D6
I726 C1
I728 C7
2720 B2
2721 B1
3716 B5
3717 F3
5725 A9
6701 C5
I730 E6
I731 E6
2722 C1
2723 E6
3718 F3
3719 E9
6745 E1
7700 C3
I732 B4
I733 E9
2724 D1
2725 E8
2726 D2
3720 E6
3721 B1
3722 C1
7701 B5
7702 C8
7703 B5
I734 E7
I735 E9
I736 C9
2727 E2
2728 D2
3723 B1
3724 E1
7704 B4
7705 B5
I737 C5
I738 B4
2729 F2
2740 F8
3725 D2
3726 E1
7706 B5
7707 C4
I739 B5
I740 E8
2741 E7
2742 E7
3727 E4
3728 F8
7708 B9
9706 C4
I741 D8
I742 D9
2743 E7
2744 E8
3729 F7
3730 E6
9717 A4
F708 F2
I743 C8
I745 D1
2745 E8
2746 E8
3731 E9
3732 E7
F709 B9
F710 F2
I746 B7
I747 B7
2747 D9
2748 D8
3733 E7
3734 D9
F711 A1
F712 A1
I748 C6
I749 E8
2749 B8
2750 C8
3735 C9
3736 D9
F713 B2
F714 B4
I750 C9
I751 E7
2751 A8
2753 B7
3737 C9
3738 C7
F715 A7
F716 A8
I752 E7
I754 E1
2754 B7
2755 C7
3739 C6
3740 B6
F717 C9
F718 C6
I755 E3
I756 C1
220R
3719
2756 D6
2757 D6
3741 E7
3742 D6
F719 F8
F720 F6
I757 C1
I758 C6
220R
2758 F7
2759 E7
3743 E3
3744 E8
F721 F2
F722 F2
I759 D6
I760 E8
2760 C6
2761 C9
3745 D1
3746 C5
F729 C4
F731 F6
I761 E6
I762 B7
2762 B7
2763 B7
3747 B9
3748 A5
F734 F9
F737 F5
I763 C5
I775 C4
2777 D1
2778 B4
3749 A6
3750 F2
F738 F2
F739 F2
I776 D3
I777 D1
2779 D1
2780 D4
3751 F6
3752 F9
F740 F9
F741 F6
I778 D2
I779 D1
2781 D4
2782 D6
3755 F7
3760 E3
I700 D5
I701 D5
I780 B7
I781 B8
A6 AUDIO AMPLIFIER
A8-19
AUDIO-SW
100n
2u2
3795
4K7
100n
2785
56K
3736
5715
220n
83R+16V+19V
68u
5721
F740
I787
2
F
1
1737
3752
100K
3728
PROT1
470n
2740
-Vf2
2K2
+16V+19V
SUBWOOFER
3
EH-B
15W/8
E_14590_036.eps
081204
2
3
4
5
6
7
E
3731
8204 000 8223.6
1
3737
2792
220n
220n
2783
4
2748
83R -Vs
220n
2791
2745
330p
100K
22p
3744
1n
0044
680n
100K
2758
2K2
3729
15W/8
5716
-Vf2
1n
3755
F720
3751
1
1738
D
I733
2746 I760 2725 I735
F731
PROT1
POR
A3-A8-45
EH-B
A8-6
10V / div DC
2us / div
SOUND-ENABLE
3718
100K
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
PROT1
680n
2717
20V / div AC
2us / div
470p
7
9
14
2
5 BOOT1
3 OUT1
11 T1
8 OSC
22K
3732
330p
33n
2K2
2
470p
6
G=2.5
PWM
STAGE2
I786
I740
2744
I749
2761
2749
10K
IN1 10
+5V 12
PRE-AMP1
INTERGR 1
-5V 16
GND 13
-VCC1 1
OSC
15 T2
23 OUT2
+VCC1
2747
2763
3738
VREG 25
2741
3709
220R
220R
3727
120K
F719
F734
F741
10K
1n
CENTRE
68K
I741
3734
I795
PROT1
2K2
CURREF
A63
3741
1n
3735 I750
I742
3
F721
3750
FEED1
-Vf2
2743
3733
22K
2742
I751
68u
PM3394B
C
TDA7490
7702
FEED2
I734
5720
A59
220R
3717
1
EH-B F710
2753
220n
8R2
INTERGR 2
PRE-AMP2
PWM
STAGE2
21 BOOT2
+VCC2
220R
3730 I730 2723 I761 2759
200mV / div DC
2ms / div
I736
STBY-MUTE
I731
A58
PM3394B
2762
220n
10K
IN2 18
G=2.5
19
20
22 24
100n
A61
F717
2K7
17
2756
5722
I710
-Vf1
A57
A62
B
BC847B
-VCC2
I752
2784 220n
10K
4K7
3701
83R
-Vf21
2729
680n
5701
2K2
100K
68u
3743
-Vf2
-Vf21
2u2
2754
3794
4K7
I758
2782
I701
I700
56K
3706
-Vf1
-16V-19V
220n
2780
+16V+19V
47K
I723
100n
3797
-VCC3
3720
1n
7708
2750
I743
I728
FEED3
NC
83R
A56
FEED4
I759
5723
-Vs
I789
I798
I748
F709
3747
I792
A60
2K7
2760
470p
470p
68K
3739
1K2
3713
0045
I709
A59
2755
-Vf21
F737
2
3740
BAS216
15K
3798
68K
3707
56K
220n
100n
2781
2712
4
3742
2
5 BOOT1
3 OUT1
11 T1
-16V-19V
220K
22p
3760
470p
83R
33n
2716
330p
22K
3710
2728
2718
10K
3712
F739
4u7
2778
9
14
I775 83R
5711
120K
I776
5702
68u
5712 +16V+19V
9V6
2714
OV
2709
I705
3711
F718
I746
1n
3796
7
2710
2751
I781
I788
I763
22K
F716
I780
I747
BC847B
220n
2757
6
G=2.5
9706
IN1 10
+5V 12
PWM
STAGE2
OSC
8 OSC
+VCC1
1n
1735 F722
F708
15W/8 L
+16V+19V
2715 I755 2719
-Vf11
3
I737
47K
3746
470p
CURREF I707
I719
F738
I738
A
100n
47K
BC857B
7706
3714
BC847B
FEED2 I706OV
1n
4
7703
3716
83R
2787
I762
I739
47K
-16V-19V
22n
10K
BC847B
3715
I718
OV
I799
I790
15W/8 R
F729
F715
7701 470n
I703
6701
100n
3793
2706
10K
100n
-5V 16
GND 13
-VCC1 1
15 T2
23 OUT2
3725
330p
220n
2779
33n
220R
3726
OV
I713
A57
1n
F
FEED1
I778
I779
I725 2711 I754 2727
220R
3724
OV
I716
2726
PROT_AUDIOSUPPLY
E
3705
8R2
I721
PWM
21 BOOT2
I724
BC847B
7707
-VCC2
+VCC2
7705
I732
2K7
TDA7490
7700
STBY-MUTE
-VCC3
22 24
100n
2724
220n
2777
BZX384-C10
1K
3745
6745
I745
83R
20
NC
I777
5708
STAGE2
5707
83R
+16V+19V
FEED3
3702
470R
BC847B
1n
3790
A58
PRE-AMP1
INTERGR 1
I757 OV
22K
-Vf11
-16V-19V
D
FEED4
I711
17
470p
C
OV
19
2722 I756
3722
G=2.5
I726
INTERGR 2
PRE-AMP2
IN2 18
2K7
470n
2713
10K
7704
OV
-19V
VREG 25
F713
2721
470p
56K
3723
3791
33K
I717
2702 F714
2707
I722
2704
1n
68K
2720
220n
3792
10K
4K7
3721
B
I702 2705
3704
9717
30R
A56
470R I704 3703
3708
2708
5703
3749
3748
-Vs
33n
I712
22n
2786
A8-18
PROT1
F712
-Vf1
-Vf11
F711
AUDIO-C
5725
A8-13
AUDIO-L
A8-14
AUDIO-R
220n
A
A6
8
9
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
37
Large Signal Panel: Tuner SIMM Connector (Female)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
14
A8
1933
1961
+8V
5
I938
2V7
100R
1
CRT
PH-B
1966
PH-B
1
10
9998
A9-24
A9-27
A10-25
DEGAUSSING
KEYBOARD
A11
3V
3V3
0V
I226
I
E_14590_037.eps
101204
8204 000 8224.5
1
-..-
80
71
72
GND-AUD
0V
0V
70
69
H
RC
A6-18
AUDIO-C
AUDIO-SL
A11-73
A11-72
R-CL_VL-OUT
A11-74
L-CL_VL-OUT
100u
0V
HEADPH-L
2948
2949 100u
4V5 HEADPHONE-L
4V5 HEADPHONE-R
68
66
0V8
0V
65
64
67
R-FRONT-IN
0V
L-FRONT-IN
C-FRONT-IN
0V
A9-50
FRONT-DETECT
Y_CVBS-FRONT-IN
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
55
56
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
30
31
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
9
10
8
7
5
6
3
4
2
1
0V
R-SC1_AV-OUT
R-SC1_AV1-IN
A11-56
A8-58
0V
0V
0V
A11-64
A11-62
R-SC2-OUT
GND-SCART-AV
R-SC2_AV2-IN
0V
0V
L-SC1_AV-OUT
A11-57
A11-61
0V
0V
0V
0V
A11-65
L-SC2_AV2-IN
I928
0V
0V
5V
5V
3V5
3V5
5V1
3V5
0V
2V8
5V2
+3V3
GND-SCART-AV
L-SC2-OUT
0V
A11-55
A6-2
POR
SOUND-ENABLE
SCL-S
SDA-S
83R
5904
100n
2943
100n
+3V3
8V1
2942
Y-SCAVEM
100n
2941
I207
L-SC1_AV1-IN
A3-45
3V2
+8V
PIP-MONO
+5.2V
+5V
+5VA
0V
2V3
IRQ-DIGITAL
A2-9
A10-31 LIGHT-SENSOR
0V
TILT
1n
STANDBY
2947
4u7
0V
6V
I929
HEADPH-R
EHT-INFO
A5-49
A3-20
EHT-INFO
2455
A4-41
A4-6
EW-DRIVE
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
1V4
0V9
1V6
A4-10
FRAMEDRIVE+
GND-LINEDRIVE
0V
1V1
LINEDRIVE1
R-CRT
3V
2V5
B-CRT
G-CRT
3V
0V
5V7
GND-RGB-CRT
CUTOFF
A8-61SC1-STATUS
SEL-SVHS-RR_STATUS2
0V
3V
A11-69
2V6
I210
PIP-CVBS
GND-PIP
0V
IF-TER
GND-CVBS-OUT
4V1
I211
AGC
0V
0V
GND-CVBS-OUT
0V
CVBS-PIP_TUN1-2-CVBS-IN
CVBS-TER-OUT
2V7
I217
A11-59 CVBS-SC1_AV1-IN
0V
GND-CVBS-IN
I208 CVBS-SC2_MON-OUT
0V
2V7
C-SC2_SVHS-IN
0V
0V
1M2
1205
0V
0V
TO
1000
0V
0V
I
GND-RGB-SC1_YUV
Y_CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
0V
FBL-SC1-IN
R-SC1_V-IN
B-SC1-IN_U-IN
* components with diversity
G-SC1-IN_Y-IN
c002
A11-67
22K
3214
2n2
A4-11
A3-3
3250
2204
A3-4
EW-DRIVE
F920
SIM CONN MALE
100n
G
ANTI MOIRE
N.C.
2
5V711
2V / div DC
50us / div
0V
9
A6-14
8
3V
AUDIO-R
3V
B-CRT I958
A11-68
SC2-CVBS_MON-OUT
I941
2u2
G-CRT F911
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
F
2V7
RESERVED
2u2ON-OFF-LED
7
+8VS
I225 2946
9905
7902
BC847B
2V / div DC
50us / div
A70
PM3394B
F930
3V5
I949
PANORAMA
TO
1940
1932
I926
8V1
CVBS-SC2_MON-OUT
3938 I939
76
A11-71
A6-19
9215
N.C.
6202
A2-47
VTUN
GND-LINEDRIVE
c001
3V
CUTOFF I962
H
GND
R-CRT I209
GND-RGB-CRT 0V
*
*
I920
Y_CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
2
2950
6201
PIP
3
E
220n
A6-13
N.C.
2
I919
I950
2944
2945 AUDIO-L
AUTO SCAVEM
10n
SUPPLY
6
I905
I904
EH-B
TO
1510
5
1V7
I925
1n
PM3394B
200mV / div DC
5us / div
A69
PM3394B
A11-66
SC2-C-OUT
3V6
F919
2V8
8V4
100R
1V1
4
F909
220n
7908
BC847B
4
3
F908
+8V
3
2203
BZM55-C33
2202
6200
10n
220n
I932
6V
SCL-S 2
1V7
100u
220n
F927
33V
F907
SDA-S 1
4V9
1AGC
TU2
9
2951
2201
6
0V
3942
75
3
EHT-INFO
1955
A70
AS
C-SC2_SVHS-IN
A11-70
2929 I924
74
100R
MB1
I931
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
P50
7
SCL
5V
EH-B
EH-B
1
2
0V
3V2
MB2
+5VT
*
1935
I918
2930
1940
1
A68
I923 8V1
11
CVBS-SC1_AV1-IN
PH-B
AUDIO-SW
TEDE9
1200
I917
C-FRONT-IN
I959
9982
+11V5
N.C.
10
EH-S
5V
PIP US
3
I945
3
+8VS2
3V5
IF1
4V9
9
9205
D
PIP
N.C.
2
EH-B
1
2
TER-CVBS-OUT
1
I922
1952
9225
HA
73
TUNER
9206
SIDE IO
8
F906
0V
11
7
F905
HEADPH-R A7-30
F916 3
SCL-S
F918
HEADPH-L A7-37
SCL-S 2
6
I206
9250
9251
D
I916
PIP-CVBS
1948
NOT EUR
4V3
4 I935
100R
3200
SDA
I205
PIP-MONO
3945
3201
R-FRONT-IN
+8V
TO
EH-B
I942
9903
7211
BC847B
3940
A69
I934
5
SDA-S
NC
FRONT-DETECT
I204
GND-AUD
SDA-S 1
F915
3262
0V
15 14 13 12
2
GND
F914
FROM
EXTERNAL
FM
I203
I946
I936 VA
10K
FM
2V2
8
1943
L-FRONT-IN
SCL-S
1
100R
9906
EH-S
100R
1997
I961
3261
10u
2914
10u
I960
2
A68
4
3939
TO
COMPAIR
CONNECTOR
+8VS
+8VS2
F9170V
10
C-FRONT-IN
3
VTUN
10K
I202
6R8
3941
6R8
3904
A11-60
3212 I231
I230
10
9902
AUDIO-SL
PROT_AUDIOSUPPLY
100R
I233
7210
BC847B
PIP
N.C.
Y_CVBS-FRONT-IN
3
5
F931
2915
F924
I948
I927
I952
1201 1
TER-CVBS-OUT
EH-B
1
2
4V
DYN-FASE-COR
I951
C-FRONT-IN
2
I232
3943
+8V
1953
1
I201
9
9901
560R
F904
GND
+8V
1936
9226
10K
3930
1n
Y_CVBS-FRONT-IN
D
2931
1965
OUT
9201
+8V
+11V5
PIP
EH-B
1
8
15R
2K7
2
3211
A11-54
9908
C
7
3213
N.C.
5
L-CL_VL-OUT
2917
1
N.C.
6
9203
+5VA
3903
I915
4
9904
560R
SC1-FBL-IN
MULTI
MEDIA
3
R-CL_VL-OUT
100n
2
1K
2200
I906
PIP
3 SCART
4
I943 NOT EUR +5.2V
9983
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
2918
I914
FRAMEDRIVE-
GND
SC1-B-IN_U-IN
0V
IN
A11-51
CVBS-TER-OUT
2
PIP
3
I913
I215
9907
VTUN
5
4
I912
SC1-R_V-IN
SC1-G-IN_Y-IN
2V4
7911
L78L05
2
PH-B
1
AUDIO-SL
3210
10u
I921
0V
B
1
3
A11-52
100R
3929
OUT
3V
560R
GND
330p
I907
7901
BC847B
+5VT
10u
IN
I937
8V1
3928
F929
5
EH-B
2K2
9989
9990
+8VS
5901
4n7
+8V
1937
A11-53
2916
4V9
7V5
100K
EW-DRIVE
SCL-S
3907 I933 3910
68R
7912
MC78M05
2483
SDA-S
EH-B
47R
6402
3429
3D COMB
N.C.
4
6
9987
2940
9909
+5.2V
330K
I944
I213
79
+3V3
OUT
GND
GND
5
+5V
I940
100u
IN
I911
BAS316
3428
NC
4
FBL-SC1-IN
F928
I947
3
I910
B-SC1-IN_U-IN
3
RESERVED
3V1
G-SC1-IN_Y-IN
9980
+5V
I909
A
2
78
33u
SCL-S
77
+11V5
2
1951
1
3430
100K
6901
EH-B
1
I908
R-SC1_V-IN
7910
LD1086
56K
1934
1K
9988
+11V
G
13
SDA-S
33u
F
12
SDA-S
BZX384-C5V6
3427
EHT-INFO
9228
9229
10n
F922
3999
+8V
5903
E
11
3432
2496
F921
5902
+8V6
+8V
10
100K
A
C
9
TUNER SIMM CONNECTOR (FEMALE)
A8
B
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1200 F2
1201 G1
1205 I2
1932 F9
1933 B6
1934 A6
1935 E9
1936 D6
1937 B13
1940 F6
1943 E5
1948 D13
1951 A13
1952 E9
1953 D9
1955 F5
1961 C9
1965 D6
1966 G9
1997 E3
2200 D2
2201 F1
2202 G2
2203 G3
2455 I7
2483 B9
2496 B8
2914 E2
2915 E1
2916 C4
2917 E12
2918 F11
2929 E10
2930 F8
2931 D9
2940 B3
2941 I8
2942 I8
2943 I8
2944 E12
2945 H13
2946 I13
2947 I7
2948 H12
2949 I12
2950 G3
2951 G2
3200 F3
3201 F3
3210 D10
3211 D10
3212 D11
3213 C11
3250 H3
3261 E4
3262 F4
3427 A7
3428 A8
3429 B8
3430 A9
3432 A8
3903 F11
3904 E1
3907 C1
3910 C1
3928 C4
3929 D4
3930 D3
3938 F10
3939 G11
3940 G11
3941 E2
3942 E11
3943 E11
3945 F11
3999 A3
5901 C2
5902 A1
5903 A1
5904 H8
6200 G2
6201 G3
6202 G3
6402 B9
6901 A8
7210 D10
7211 D11
7901 C3
7902 F11
7908 E11
7910 B2
7911 D1
7912 C1
9201 C12
9203 C12
9205 E8
9206 D8
9215 G2
9225 E8
9226 D9
9228 A4
9229 A4
9250 E6
9251 E6
9901 C12
9902 C12
9903 D12
9904 C12
9905 F8
9906 E3
9907 C11
9908 C3
9909 B1
9980 B1
9982 F6
9983 C11
9987 B6
9988 B6
9989 B6
9990 B5
9998 I13
F904 D6
F905 E6
F906 E6
F907 F6
F908 F6
F909 F6
F911 G5
F914 E4
F915 E4
F916 E4
F917 E2
F918 F1
F919 G3
F920 H2
F921 A2
F922 A3
F924 D6
F927 G2
F928 B3
F929 C2
F930 F12
F931 E1
I201 D6
I202 D6
I203 E6
I204 E6
I205 E6
I206 E6
I207 I9
I208 I3
I209 G5
I210 H4
I211 I4
I213 B12
I215 C12
I217 H4
I225 I13
I226 I13
I230 D10
I231 D11
I232 D11
I233 D10
I904 G4
I905 G4
I906 C3
I907 C4
I908 A6
I909 B6
I910 B6
I911 B6
I912 C6
I913 C6
I914 C6
I915 C6
I916 E8
I917 E9
I918 E9
I919 F9
I920 F9
I921 C2
I922 E11
I923 E11
I924 E11
I925 E12
I926 F11
I927 D2
I928 I9
I929 H7
I931 F1
I932 G1
I933 C1
I934 F3
I935 F3
I936 D12
I937 C1
I938 F8
I939 F11
I940 B12
I941 F11
I942 D12
I943 C11
I944 B13
I945 E8
I946 D12
I947 B2
I948 D2
I949 F8
I950 E12
I951 D1
I952 D1
I958 G5
I959 F6
I960 E2
I961 E3
I962 G5
c001 H2
c002 I2
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
38
I956 B3
I957 A3
Large Signal Panel: Receiver
1950 A1
2900 B2
3900 A3
1
A9
Large Signal Panel: Front
3901 B3
3902 C3
6900 B3
I953 A2
2
I954 A2
3
I955 B3
1
4
RECEIVER
A10
A9
(RESERVED)
2
3
FRONT
A10
1947
9978
+5.2V_MP
1
A
A8-24
RC
6900
B
B
+5.2V
9973
I930
+8V
2
A8-24
NC
A8-27
EH-B
1K8
I956
3902
I901
9970
1949
PH-B
I955
B
I900
3
220R
3
RC RECEIVER
NC
470R
GND
I957
TLDR5400
M2
5
4
2
3900
I954
A8-27
ON-OFF-LED
1
1946
1
C
C
A8-27
2 2V
TO
0241
C
J
RC
4 5V2
+5.2V
A8-24
C
5 0V
MAINS SWITCH
PANEL
6
0V
KEYBOARD
7 3V3
D
A8-25
A8-31
LIGHT-SENSOR
8V2
2952
9
D
ON-OFF-LED
3 3V1
8 0V
D
B
RC
+8V
1n
OUT 1
DEM
A
A8-24
3901
M1
4
I953
100u
BAND
PASS
PIN AGC
A
A71
VS 2
CTRL
CIRCUIT
INP
2900
A
1950
5
D
A8-25
KEYBOARD
E_14590_038.eps
081204
8204 000 8224.5
1
2
3
4
I902
TO
0345
1945
0V1
I903
E
E
3V3 2
0V 3
TOP CONTROL
PANEL
E_14590_039.eps
081204
8204 000 8224.5
1
2
3
E
1945 E3
1946 B2
1947 A2
1949 B2
2952 D2
9970 A3
9973 B3
9978 A2
I900 A2
I901 B2
I902 E2
I903 E2
I930 B3
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
39
Large Signal Panel: Inputs/Outputs
3
4
5
6
7
INPUTS/OUTPUTS
A11
(SCART2)
(SCART1)
1902-A
AUDIO -SURROUND
OUT
OUT
PDZ-6.8B
3968
330p
15A
16A
2985
A8-68
SC2-CVBS_MON-OUT
I987
17A
3977
100R
F982
100p
2998
100p
6960
3981
330p
B
A8-70
C-SC2_SVHS-IN
18A
390p
3971
F984
8K2
BZX284-C12
13A
14A
A8-59
CVBS-SC1_AV1-IN
100R
2993
6957
PDZ-6.8B
12A
3K9
2990
11A
1911
F987
100R
A8-69
SEL-SVHS-RR_STATUS2
3982
10A
PDZ-6.8B
3973
75R
3983
19A
75R
20A
21A
F981
3969
100R
A8-71
Y_CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
C
AUDIO - L
OUT
D
F976
3966
150R
I991
3965
150R
3964 I990
3963
150R
150R
2988
AUDIO - R
4
330p
F977
F978
1
6
F991
9A
A8-53
SC1-R_V-IN
3970
2989
3
5
3n3
D
21B
1902-C
1902-B
2
20B F979
F980
75R
6956
PDZ-6.8B
6951
75R
19B
PDZ-6.8B
3972
3974
18B
A11-60
TER-CVBS-OUT
1K
7A
F986
100R 3976 SC1-FBL-IN
A8-54
100R
17B
3988
6961
F983
75R
6954
16B
3978
F992
A8-65
L-SC2_AV2-IN
6962
F985
15B
5A
75R
14B
A
75R
100R
6955
13B
75R
3979
12B
B
A8-52
SC1-G-IN_Y-IN
1K
4A
8A
PDZ-6.8B
3980
A8-64
R-SC2_AV2-IN
3994
3975
F988
11B
PDZ-6.8B
INPUTs
A8-67
P50
100p
2992
10B
A11-61
3K9 I992
1910
9B
75R
3985
F989
150R F994
I996
F998
3A
I999
PDZ-6.8B
3986 SC1-STATUS
8B F990
8K2
2991
PDZ-6.8B
6950
100R
1K
7B
3990
2A
6A
A8-66
SC2-C-OUT
6953
I993
3987
1A
150R F997
I998
3991
A8-55
L-SC1_AV1-IN
3989 I995
F993
150R
2994
5B
6B
A8-51
SC1-B-IN_U-INI994
3996
150R
6958
4B
330p
2996
330p
150R
2997
F995 1K
3B
3997
A-61
L-SC2-OUT
PDZ-6.8B
F996
3992
150R
3995
2B
330p
3984
I997
A8-56
R-SC1_AV1-IN
100p
150R
1901-A
A-62
R-SC2-OUT
2995
1B
2999
150R
A8-57
L-SC1_AV-OUT 3993
A
F999
3959
330p
1901-B
I986
6959
A8-58
R-SC1_AV-OUT 3960
C
8
3967
A11
2
PDZ-6.8B
1
A8-72
R-CL_VL-OUT
A8-73
AUDIO-SL
E
E
150R
150R
2987
3961
330p
3962 I989
A8-74
L-CL_VL-OUT
E_14590_040.eps
071204
8204 000 8077.7
2
3996 A6
3997 A5
1902-A D2
1902-B D1
6950 A1
6951 C1
1902-C D2
1910 B3
6953 B4
6954 C3
1911 B7
2985 C5
6955 C4
6956 C3
2987 E2
2988 E2
6957 A5
6958 B5
2989 D3
2990 B7
6959 C5
6960 B8
2991 B4
2992 B3
6961 C8
6962 C8
2993 A7
2994 A5
F976 D2
F977 D1
2995 A6
2996 A2
F978 D1
F979 C3
2997 A1
2998 A7
F980 C2
F981 C7
2999 A3
3959 A2
F982 C6
F983 C3
3960 A1
3961 E3
F984 B7
F985 B3
3962 E2
3963 E3
F986 B6
F987 B6
3964 E2
3965 D3
F988 B3
F989 B2
3966 D2
3967 C7
F990 A3
F991 A7
3968 C3
3969 C7
F992 A7
F993 A3
3970 C3
3971 C5
F994 A6
F995 A3
3972 C1
3973 C3
F996 A2
F997 A6
3974 C3
3975 C7
F998 A7
F999 A2
3976 C4
3977 B7
I986 A1
I987 C5
3978 B3
3979 B3
I988 E2
I989 E2
3980 B3
3981 B8
I990 E2
I991 D3
3982 B7
3983 B6
I992 B3
I993 A2
3984 B4
3985 B2
I994 A1
I995 A3
3986 A3
3987 A1
I996 A6
I997 A2
3988 A7
3989 A3
I998 A6
I999 A5
3990 A6
3991 A5
3992 A2
3993 A1
I988
1
1901-A A6
1901-B A2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3994 A7
3995 A3
1
( SIM CON. FEMALE )
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
F246
9
10
F254
11
12
13
F280
F279
F278
F277
F276
F275
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
v64
v63
v62
v61
v60
v59
v58
v57
v56
v71
v55
v54
v53
v52
v51
v50
v49
v48
v47
v46
2903
2902
2900
2901
600R
5910
5914
600R
5911
600R
600R
5913
9938
Y-CVBS-FRONT-IN
9939
C-FRONT-IN
9937
5917
600R
600R
5919
600R
B2B2-
SCL-F
B4-
KEYBOARD
B5-
B5-
RC
DEGAUSSING
B5B5-
ON-OFF-LED
B5-102
FRONT-DETECT
B6-
B6B6B6-
L-FRONT-IN
R-FRONT-IN
HEADPHONE-L
B6-
AUDIO-L
B6-
B6-
AUDIO-SW
AUDIO-R
B6B6-
AUDIO-C
B6-
B6-
AUDIO-SL
GND-AUD
R-CL_VL-OUT
L-CL_VL-OUT
B6-
B6-
HEADPHONE-R
B6-
R-SC1_AV1-IN
R-SC1_AV-OUT
B6-
R-SC2_AV2-IN
R-SC2-OUT
B6-
L-SC2_AV2-IN
B6-
B6B6-
L-SC1_AV1-IN
L-SC2-OUT
B5-
SOUND-ENABLE
L-SC1_AV-OUT
B5B5-
B5-
SDA-S
POR
B6-
SCL-F
SCL-F
SCL-S
B6-
SDA-F
B5B5-
SDA-F
B4-
+3V3_SIM
B4-
B5-
SCL-F
PIP-MONO
IRQ-DIGITAL
B5-
STANDBY
SDA-F
B4-155
B4-
B4-
13
8204 000 8261.3
14
100p
100p
100p
100p
9942
9941
9940
2904
2906
B3B3-
SDA-F
B4B4-
12
F274
F273
F272
F271
F270
F269
F268
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
v45
v44
v43
v42
v41
100p
100p
5912
B2-
B2-
Y-SCAVEM
IRQ-DIGITAL
LIGHT-SENSOR
TILT
11
F267
F266
F265
F264
F263
F262
F261
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
v40
v39
v38
v37
600R
5918
9935
600R
5915
10
F260
F259
F258
F257
F256
F255
53
52
51
50
49
v36
v35
9936
9954
9953
9952
B4 (3X)
9
F253
F252
F251
F250
F249
F248
48
47
46
+5V
+8V
v65
+5V2
9966
9965
2905
EHT-INFO
DYN-FASE-COR
8
F247
45
44
43
42
41
v32
v31
v30
100p
9955
9964
9951
9929
B4B4-
EW-DRIVE
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
B
F245
F244
F243
F242
F241
F240
40
39
38
37
v29
v28
v27
9949
9950
B4-
B4 (2X)
B4-
B4-
B4-
FRAMEDRIVE-
FRAMEDRIVE+
GND-LINEDRIVE
LINEDRIVE1
7
F239
F238
F237
F236
36
35
34
33
9963
9962
9948
9947
9928
9946
B4B4-
B5-
P50
7.
F235
F234
F233
v26
v25
v24
v23
v22
v21
v20
GND-RGB-CRT
9925
B-CRT
9944
G-CRT
9945
R-CRT
B4-
6
F232
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
v19
v18
v17
CUTOFF
SC1-STATUS
EM5.2E AA
F231
F230
F229
F228
F227
F226
25
24
23
600R 5920
B2B2-
6957
BAS316
5
F225
F224
F223
v16
SC1-STATUS
9921
SEL-SVHS-RR_STATUS2
9920
B2-
+8V
22
21
100p
9934
2907
9923
9924
6929
BAS316
B2-
AGC
9919
CVBS-PIP_TUN1-2-CVBS-IN
6956
BAS316
D
F222
F221
20
v15
G
F220
F219
v14
v13
9922
6928
BAS316
B2-
9927
IF-TER
6926
BAS316
C
19
18
17
v12
9930
6927
BAS316
B2-
B2-
9906
CVBS-SC2_MON-OUT
9907
CVBS-SC1_AV1-IN
9908
CVBS-TER-OUT
B2-
B2-
B2-
B2-
FBL-SC1-IN
9904
Y-CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
9905
C-SC2_SVHS-IN
B2B2-
R-SC1_V-IN
1 SOLDERLAND
1 SOLDERLAND
0004
1 SOLDERLAND
0003
1 SOLDERLAND
0002
0001
4
F218
16
v11
v10
9917
9916
9915
9914
9903
9902
B2-
B-SC1-IN_U-IN
G-SC1-IN_Y-IN
1 SOLDERLAND
1 SOLDERLAND
0008
1 SOLDERLAND
0007
+8V
F217
F216
15
14
13
12
v9
v8
v7
v6
v5
9913
9912
9911
9909
9901
+8V_VDP
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
0013
0005
1 SOLDERLAND
0006
+8V
F215
F214
F213
F212
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
v4
v3
9910
9918
5904
+8V_AUD
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
0012
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
0011
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
0010
0009
3
F211
F210
F209
F208
F207
F206
F205
3
2
v1
v2
100n
5903
+5V_AUD
+5V_VDP
+5V_CON
2
F204
F203
TO 1205
1
100n
2912
F
F202
1000
+8V
+8V
100n
2911
5902
5901
5900
1
F201
H
+5V
2910
100n
2909
100n
E
+5V
+5V
2908
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
46
v1 G3
v2 G3
Small Signal Board: SIMM Connector (Male)
v6 G3
v7 G4
v11 G5
v12 G5
v16 G5
v17 G6
v21 G6
v22 G6
v26 G7
v27 G7
v31 G8
v32 G8
v38 G10
v39 G10
v43 G11
v44 G11
v48 G11
v49 G12
v53 G12
v54 G12
v58 G13
v59 G13
v63 G14
v64 G14
0002 C1
0003 C1
0007 D1
0008 D2
0012 E2
0013 E2
2902 G14
2903 G14
2907 G5
2908 G1
2912 G2
5900 F1
5904 F2
5910 F14
5914 F14
5915 F8
5920 F5
6926 D4
6956 D4
6957 D5
9904 F3
9905 F3
9909 F3
9910 G3
9914 G3
9915 G4
9919 F5
9920 F5
9924 G5
9925 D6
9930 G5
9934 G5
9938 F11
9939 F12
9944 D6
9945 D6
9949 F7
9950 F7
9954 F8
9955 G8
v3 G3
v4 G3
v5 G3
v8 G4
v9 G4
v10 G4
v13 G5
v14 G5
v15 G5
v18 G6
v19 G6
v20 G6
v23 G7
v24 G7
v25 G7
v28 G7
v29 G8
v30 G8
v35 G9
v36 G9
v37 G10
v40 G10
v41 G10
v42 G10
v45 G11
v46 G11
v47 G11
v50 G12
v51 G12
v52 G12
v55 G12
v56 G13
v57 G13
v60 G13
v61 G13
v62 G14
v65 G8
v71 G12
0001 C1
0004 C2
0005 D1
0006 D1
0009 E1
0010 E1
0011 E1
1000 H2
2900 G14
2901 G13
2904 G10
2905 G8
2906 G9
2909 G1
2910 G1
2911 G2
5901 F1
5902 F2
5903 F2
5911 F14
5912 F9
5913 F13
5917 F10
5918 F9
5919 F10
6927 E4
6928 E4
6929 E5
9901 F3
9902 F3
9903 F3
9906 F4
9907 F4
9908 F4
9911 G3
9912 G3
9913 G3
9916 G4
9917 G4
9918 G2
9921 F5
9922 G5
9923 G5
9927 F5
9928 F6
9929 F7
9935 F8
9936 G8
9937 F11
9940 G11
9941 G11
9942 G12
9946 F6
9947 F6
9948 F7
9951 F7
9952 F7
9953 F8
9962 G7
9963 G7
9964 G7
14
9965 G8
9966 G8
15
SIMM CONNECTOR ( MALE )
A
A
AUDIO DEMODULATOR
B6
OTC
E_14590_001.eps
101204
15
B
B5
C
B4
VDP-HOP
D
B3
FEATURE-BOX
E
B2
VDP-HIP
F
G
H
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
47
Small Signal Board: IF. I/O Video Processing
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
8
9
12
11
10
13
14
B3a-
B3a-
100R
F408
2K2
2u2
3449
10p
1K8
+8VP
3461
1K5
100n
52
+5VS
3450
NTSC M
7412
BC857BW
F426
F
150R
3452
3451
270R
+5VCOM
2354
G
9318
6
5
VCC
12 Y|CVBS1
F434
3 Y|CVBS2
VDD
CLAMP
2H/4H DELAY
CLAMP
ADAPTIVE
COMB FILTER
Y|CVBSO
F430 2302
COMB-C-OUT
OUTSEL
SYS2
11 10
COUT-3D
H
15
SYS2
100K
8
SYS1
FSC
100n
3301
2353
F432 9
SYS1
FSC
CLOCK
GEN
FSCSEL
FILTER
TUNING
DGND
SANDCASTLE
7307-p4
SC
CVBS-TXT
B5-
FSC
SC
SYS2
SYS1
COMB-C-OUT
COMB-Y_CVBS-OUT
YOUT-3D
100n F431
AGND
100K
100K
3468
3303
F433
14
COUT 16
1 CIN
47R
3371
470R
CVBS-TXT
7307-p4
100n
7307
TDA9181
7 SC
6p8
2385
100n
F435
10p
2421
2423
9319
100n
33u
I
E_14590_002.eps
101204
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
E
F425
F428 9406
HC-49/U
3M579545
12p
2361
1p2
PAL M
1308
2362
HC-49/U
3M575611
1p5
2381
15p
2382
1307
PAL N
HC-49/U
3M582056
1p5
1p2
2379
15p
2380
1306
HC-49/U
4M433619
15p
2360
3n3
100K
2358
100n
3393
100n
2357
1305
53
+5VCOM
F423
3372
B5CVBS-SC2_MON-OUT
PIP-OUT
C-SC2_SVHS-IN
B1Y-CVBS-FRONT-IN
B1-
B1C-FRONT-IN
Y-CVBS-SC2_AV2-IN
B1-
COMB-Y_CVBS-OUT
V6
5312 F427
10p
B6CVBS-AV3-IN
F424
2422
54
1K
3412
55
2337
2387
10p
F415
100R
3381
D
Y50
+8VP
7404
BC847BW F404 B3aY50
56
2359
VA
+8VP
F406
57
7413
BFS20
B3aV8
U50
B3aV50
3462
F405
B5-
FBL-SC3-IN
10p
50
51
B-SC3-IN
10p
2327
100R
V7
49
B5-
2383
3379
40
G-SC3-IN
+8VP
100R
C
3K3
100n
YOUT-3D
B5-
3460
43
2428
2364
3375 10p
B5-
10p
100R
2322
B
100MHZ
2426
100n
42
COUT-3D
R-SC3-IN
2 INPSEL
AV3-CVBS-IN
F356 5311
2427
41
5310
1K
2389
39K
3447
3444
10p
2356
100R
2335
820K
3374
FBL-SC1-IN
CVBS-TXT
100MHZ
2
1K
2316
BC847BW
100n
3475
39
100n
B1CVBS-SC1_AV1-IN
F355
YOUT-3D-COMB
HA
OUTP SWITCH
2355
SCOUT
SVBCOUT
100R
2424
9408
4
8204 000 8260.3
1
5309
100MHZ
10p
3448
15K
2371
4n7F407
1u
2372
V10
3378
HPLL
SDA
SYS2
SYS1
CCOMBIN
YCOMBIN
COMBOUT
3370
100R
100n
3389
2370
100n
100n
7320
150p
2369
100n
38
28 29 25 27 30 59
6u8
2420 100R
100n
2368
5409 F418 3446
2367
100n
9322
SEC_DEC
470R
3385
33n
2388
3377
3376
100R
SCL
SW0
SW01
AV2
AV1
ADSEL
DIGGND
CVBSOUT
PIPOUT
C4
Y_CVBS4
C3
Y_CVBS3
CVBS2
CVBS1
2366
100n
1K
X4.43
COL_PLL
16 18 20 21 23 24 32 34 26
F417
6K8
VA50
HA50
B1-
SCL-F
SDA-F
LMN
BG
B1-
B1-
SC1-STATUS
SEL-SVHS-RR_STATUS2
100n
22n
F422 2373 2u2
DIGDEC
DEC
LUMA & CHROMA PROC.
3373
13 4
B1CVBS-TER-OUT
3404
560R
SOUND-OUTPUT
B6QSS_AM
BG
LMN
GND_1
+8_1
+8_2
GND_2
100n
3V3
QSS_AM
X3.575
7402
BC847BW
B1CVBS-PIP_TUN1-2-CVBS-IN
2p7
2408
2375
3380
100n
X3.579
OUT
4K7
3457
1K
3405
5
4
3
2
1
UOUT
GROUP
IN DELAY COR.
8
7
YOUT
+8VP
COIL 40.4 SUPPRESSION
FBL2IN
9419
V2
1
3423
I
2374
c002
3
3403
1411
SFSCC
2
6
2376
220R
3474
3456
7410
B2IN
VCO2
2339
1 4 5 6 9 101314151811 16
12 17
7405
BC847BW
5CCE
5403
7323
TDA9320H
VCO1
CVBSINT
F354
5
B12305
9324
2402
NC
4K7
BC847BW
3435
1408-B
OFWK3953L
MT
5K6
PLLRILT
R2IN
G2IN
36
37
1K
8
4K7
+8VP
68p
2407
1SS356
7
+8VP
3
FBL1IN
HIP
I/O SWITCH
220R
220p
VIF1
X3.582
14
7409
BC857B
1303
SYNC
B1IN
5K6
2
CTRL
G1IN
AGCDEC
7408
BC857B
A
1
AGCSIF
VIF2
+8VP
B1 B10
CVBS-3D-COMB
58 61 60
R1IN
68u
47R
6404
3417
I6
390R
5417
2406 F400
3K9
3433
7407
BC857B
1408-A
OFWK3953L
SAW-FILTER VIDEO
2K7
3409 +8VP
7406
BC847BW
48 15 17 19 22 46 47
VOUT
7322
BC847BW
9413
2352
3
SIF1
3382
3473
5K6
SUPPLY
68p
2
2399
2
+8VP
100n
R-SC1_V-IN
B1-52
G-SC1-IN_Y-IN
B1-51
B-SC1-IN_U-IN
B1-50
+8VP
COUT-3D-COMB
45 11 44 35 33 31
9
9414
9412
NC
3421
3406
3439
3
470R
9401
1
100n
V9
IF DEM
62
TUNERAGC
10
VIFOUT
3437
2417
470R
3
1 4 5 6 9 101314151811 16
12 17
5K6
3407
1410-B
OFWK9656L
MT
8
13
470n
3445
2K7
F
2u2
1407
TPW
1
9402
7401
BC847BW
3u9
1406
TPW
7
12
F439
3420
3434
8
5406
9420
6405
+8VP
3
5402
6
390R
V1
2350
2351
100n
1K
1K
1410-A
OFWK9656L
SAW-FILTER-VIDEO
2
7
3436
+8VP
2K7
3410
82R
9418
1SS356
9405
1SS356
F401
7411
MODULATOR COIL
BC847B
9417
F14
SIF2
2365
4
4
5
100n
5
3
3
3418
2384
2
F414
1u
100n
F436
3419
6402
LMN
2411
2418
6
47u
2413
4K7
9403
2378
100u
2u2
2377
1
6R8
9416
3416
9415
6u8
5401
4n7
2405
1 4 5 6 9 101314151811 16
12 17
LMN
G
8
3414
7403
BC847B
E
7
NC
2
2419
+8VP
2K7
3411
0u33
F437 5411
D
5CCE
5408
+8V_VDP
1409-B
OFWK3953L
MT
1
2u2 F402
2403
470n
F403
2404
F409
8
63
22n
2409
7
F410
6403
H
+8VP
64
2401
F412
L8
F420
F411
4n7
3
F421
100K
330p
C
2
6u8
3401
4p7
0p47
2412
F416
F440
5405
39K
3441
100u
2425
1409-A
OFWK3953L
SAW-FILTER AUDIO
IF-TER
2394
F438
+5VCOM
3402
B1-
6u8
4R7
3408
3R9
+5V_VDP
F419
5404
100R
+8V_VDP 3400 F413
3463
B
SOUND-OUTPUT
AGC
B1-
100n
2391
100n
2390
+8V_CON
10K
5416
+8V
4K7
100R
5415
+5V2_CON
F 500mA
441
9407
1403
+5V2
+5VS
3415
A
9410
B5AGC-MONITOR
B1-
IF, I/O VIDEOPROCESSING
10
11
12
13
14
1303 B13
1305 E11
1306 E12
1307 E12
1308 E13
1403 A1
1406 E5
1407 E5
1408-A F4
1408-B G3
1409-A C4
1409-B C3
1410-A E4
1410-B E3
1411 G6
2302 H14
2305 C11
2316 C11
2322 C11
2327 D12
2335 G9
2337 G9
2339 H8
2350 A11
2351 A11
2352 A11
2353 I12
2354 G12
2355 C12
2356 F11
2357 F11
2358 F11
2359 F11
2360 F12
2361 F13
2362 F13
2364 C12
2365 F7
2366 F8
2367 F8
2368 F8
2369 F8
2370 F8
2371 B10
2372 A10
2373 B8
2374 B8
2375 B8
2376 B7
2377 B6
2378 B7
2379 F12
2380 F12
2381 F12
2382 F12
2383 D12
2384 F7
2385 G13
2387 H9
2388 A11
2389 B12
2390 B1
2391 B3
2394 B6
2399 F7
2401 C6
2402 G7
2403 C7
2404 C7
2405 D1
2406 G2
2407 G3
2408 H3
2409 C7
2411 D6
2412 C1
2413 D5
2417 E7
2418 D7
2419 D7
2420 G8
2421 F14
2422 E13
2423 F14
2424 G11
2425 B1
2426 C13
2427 C14
2428 C14
3301 I12
3303 H10
3370 F9
3371 H9
3372 H9
3373 C12
3374 C12
3375 C12
3376 A10
3377 A10
3378 B10
3379 D11
3380 B7
3381 H8
3382 F7
3385 G7
3389 F9
3393 F11
3400 B5
3401 B7
3402 B1
3403 G7
3404 I6
3405 H5
3406 G2
3407 F2
3408 B5
3409 G2
3410 E3
3411 C2
3412 E12
3414 D2
3415 A5
3416 D5
3417 G5
3418 D7
3419 E5
3420 G6
3421 F5
3423 H1
3433 G1
3434 E2
3435 G5
3436 E6
3437 D7
3439 E6
3441 B5
3444 B11
3445 F6
3446 F8
3447 B11
3448 B12
3449 B12
3450 E14
3451 F14
3452 F14
3456 G5
3457 H5
3460 D13
3461 D14
3462 D14
3463 B5
3468 H11
3473 F7
3474 F6
3475 C11
5309 B14
5310 B14
5311 B14
5312 F14
5401 D2
5402 E5
5403 H2
5404 B7
5405 B7
5406 E6
5408 C6
5409 G8
5411 C1
5415 A2
5416 A3
5417 G7
6402 E2
6403 D2
6404 G2
6405 E2
7307 G11
7320 F9
7322 E7
7323 D9
7401 E2
7402 H7
7403 D2
7404 D12
7405 H1
7406 F5
7407 F5
7408 A12
7409 A12
7410 G5
7411 D6
7412 F14
7413 D13
9318 G11
9319 G11
9322 F8
9324 G11
9401 F3
9402 E3
9403 E2
9405 E2
9406 F13
9407 A4
9408 H7
9410 A4
9412 F6
9413 F6
9414 E7
9415 C3
9416 D5
9417 D6
9418 E5
9419 E7
9420 F6
F354 B14
F355 B14
F356 B14
F400 G3
F401 D7
F402 C7
F403 C7
F404 E12
F405 D11
F406 D12
F407 B10
F408 B11
F409 C5
F410 C5
F411 C4
F412 C4
F413 B6
F414 D5
F415 H8
F416 C1
F417 F8
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
48
Small Signal Board: PICNIC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PICNIC
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
5751
F791
4K7
A
2
3796
+2V5_E
Y
A
100n
4
A
F790
GND
RST
3
+3V3_FBX
VCC
NC
7702
BC847B
47K
2800
3797
+3V3_FBX
5
+3V3_FBX
7701
74LVC1G14GW
1
9780
F784 E6
5711 D6
F785 E6
2720 I2
5712 E4
F786 E7
2721 J2
2722 J1
5713 E4
5714 G5
F787 E6
F788 G6
2723 E1
5729 H15
F790 A7
2724 E1
5731 J15
F791 A7
2728 L1
2729 L2
5733 I15
5736 I5
F792 G2
F793 E5
2730 L2
5737 C11
2740 H4
5744 C11
2741 H4
5750 G2
2742 I4
2743 C4
5751 A7
7701 A6
2744 C5
7702 A6
2745 C6
7703 D2
2746 D6
7706 L2
2748 E5
2749 F5
7707 D4
7708 B5
2750 E5
7709 C4
2751 G5
7710 C5
2752 I4
7711 C7
2753 I5
2755 G5
7712 E6
7713 E6
2756 J5
7714 E15
2757 I5
7715 G4
2758 K4
7750 G1
2759 K5
2760 L8
7751 G2
9700 B6
2761 L9
9701 F5
2762 K13
9702 E5
2763 I13
2764 E12
9703 G5
9704 K5
2765 E10
9707-A I12
2766 E8
9707-B J13
2767 D11
9707-C J13
2769 E13
2773 G15
9707-D J13
9708-A I12
2775 G16
9708-B I13
2777 F17
9708-C I13
2778 F17
9708-D I13
2779 D17
2781 C15
9709-A H12
9709-B H13
2799 L3
9709-C H13
2800 A7
9709-D H13
2802 G4
9710-A G12
2823 C6
2824 D6
9710-B H13
9710-C H13
2831 G4
9710-D H13
2870 C11
9711 G13
2871 I15
9725 D3
2872 I16
2874 J15
9726 F3
9730 B6
2877 I15
9731 B6
2878 I16
9732 C6
2879 J16
2881 I5
9733 C6
9734 E4
2899 G1
9735 E4
3701 H17
9736 B1
3703 B2
9737 C1
3704 B2
3705 C2
9738 C1
9760 C15
3706 B3
9761 F15
3707 C3
9770 G4
3708 C3
9771 G2
3709 F2
3710 F2
9780 A6
9781 G2
3712 L6
F100 B1
3713 H1
F101 C1
3714 H1
F102 C1
3715 I1
3716 H2
F103 B2
F104 D1
3717 I2
F105 E1
3718 I2
F108 H1
3719 G3
F109 H1
3720 G3
3721 E2
F110 I1
F112 J1
3722 E2
F114 F2
3725 J3
F115 F2
3726 J2
3727 I3
F118 I6
F119 I1
3728 J2
F120 D2
3729 D2
F122 L5
3730 J2
F123 L5
3731 E2
3732 K5
F124 L5
F125 L5
3733 D2
F126 L5
3734 E2
F127 L5
3735 E2
F128 F5
3736 B4
3737 C4
F129 F5
F139 J13
3738 C4
F140 J13
3739 D4
F145 B5
3741 D4
F147 L2
3742 D4
3743 D5
F148 G13
F149 G13
3746 C5
F150 G13
3747 B4
F151 E9
3748 B4
F152 L6
3749 C3
3750 D5
F155 G5
F156 G5
3751 B5
F157 B3
3752 B5
F158 C3
3753 B5
F159 D3
26
YC1
DA(05)
P2
MICRO-PROCESSOR
PSP
6 UP-RST
YC3 119
DA(05)
YC4 118
DA(04)
YC5 117
CLK
YC6 116
TIMING
DA(06)
DA(03)
DA(02)
YC7 115
DA(01)
YC8 114
DA(00)
DA(04)
DA(03)
7 WD-RST
DA(01)
DA(00)
2 9710-B 7
YF(6)
3 9710-C 6
10R
YD4 105
1 9709-A 8
YD3 104
10R
F160 18 H-D
L6
YF(5)
4 9710-D 5
10R
2 9709-B 7
2752
100n
100K
15p
3717
2719
F161
F163
22n
20 AGND
2757
22n
3759
220R
2742
V-PIP+MAIN-IN
F110
3715
PICNIC
19 V-D
2741
MID
END
BUS D
HISTOGRAM
22 VDDA2
23
10R
YD0 101
2763
VDDD3 100
100n
Y-IN
UVD8 99
1 9708-A 8
UVD7 98
10R
100K
3K3
3725
30
1K2
4 9709-D 5
RES
32
L9
TIMING
TBC/SRC
1K0
9704
18p
3732
2
2759
12M
MUX
VSSA4
22R
CLK16 88
34
OSC-I
VDDD2 87
OSC
35
OSC-O
36
TEST
CLK-AS 85
37
TRST
UVB0 84
38
TMS
UVB1 83
39
TDI
VSSO3 86
BST
UVF(6)
5733
UVF(5)
RES
UVF(4)
5731
TO B3c**
46
47
48
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
CLK32P
CL16
100R
+3V3P
100n
2762
K
0018
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
0019
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
UVB4
UVB5
UVB6
UVB7
UVB8
YB0
YB1
YB2
YB3
YB4
YB5
YB6
YB7
YB8
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
WE-B
VSSD1
VDDD1
VSSO2
WE-A
YA8
YA7
YA6
YA5
YA4
YA3
YA2
YA1
YA0
VDDO1
UVA8
UVA7
49
J
79
80
3712
+3V3P
L
100n
F127
45
2761
7
44
+3V3_INT
F152
47K
TMS
FMN
+3V3P
TRST
TD0MA
HREF_EXT
100n
2715
100u
6
F126
43
UVA6
F125
42
UVA5
5
41
UVA4
4
F124
UVA3
F123
UVA2
3
UVA1
F122
F705
F140
UVB3 81
TCK
2
I
+3V3PR
F139
3762
BUS B
TDO
TO B3b
UVF(0)
UVB2 82
BUS A
+3V3A
F703
UVF(3)
UVF(1)
4 9707-D 5
10R
3763
VSSX
TD0
2799
3 9707-C 6
10R
CLK32 89
CLK
F702
+3V3_FBX
UVF(2)
UVD0 91
100n
+1V8FA
100u
10R
UVD1 92
33
40
10R
2 9707-B 7
UVD2 93
TIMING
4 9708-D 5
VSSD2 90
2760
5707
F147
2730
2
100n
HREF-EXT
10R
5729
YF(0)
1
7706
LF18ABT
1
3
IN GND OUT
1702
CSTCV
3
F710
RES
1710
12M
18p
2758
* SEE MAPPING I1 ON B3c
** SEE MAPPING G1 ON B3c
CX-5F
RES
B10
2729
FRONT
END
3 9708-C 6
10R
UVD3 94
H
+3V3P
UVD5 96
1 9707-A 8
YF(3)
UVF(7)
10R
UVD4 95
CLK32
10R
2 9708-B 7
UVD6 97
NOISE
REDUCTION
3 X ADC
31 VDDA4
1
10u
PLL
UVA0
3726
100p
2722
VSSA3
ANALOG
PROCESSING
CLK
RES
2728
27
29 V-A
1M
1701
+3V3P
E_14590_003.eps
220304
TO B3B,C,D
8204 000 8308.2
1
VIN
28 H-A
3760
+3V3_FBX
26
F166
150R
5706
U-IN
F165
VAP
B1
VDDA3
25
VSSO1
680R
J
150R
3728
3730
24
100n
27p
100n
F112
VA50
L8
2756
B2
100p
3727
2753
TCK
15p
3718
2720
F119
HA50
6u8
2881
F164
2721
B2
5736
YF(4)
YF(1)
22n
180R
CLK32FM1
68R
YF(2)
3 9709-C 6
YD1 102
21 DIFFIN
F118
10R
YD2 103
3701
100n
10R
TO B3c*
RSTR
100n
U-PIP+MAIN-IN
3714
F109
2
3
4
F
RES
MUX
17 BGEXT
I
L
10R
YF(7)
22n
L7
K
YD7 108
RE_F
9711
YD5 106
16 VSSA2
F162
+3V3FM
100n
100K
15p
3716
2718
2740
YD8 109
1 9710-A 8
YD6 107
15 V-OUT
180R
B2
3 X DAC
14 U-OUT
H
RE-D 110
PEAKING
13 VSSA1
180R
B2
BACK END
12 Y-OUT
Y-PIP+MAIN-IN
3713
F108
MF(16)
MF(17)
MF(18)
F150
10u
100n
MF(12)
MF(13)
MF(14)
MF(15)
VSSO4 111
11 VDDA1
CLK32
B2
10 FBL
E
G
2872
10K
RES
+3V3FM
10u
3
N.C. 9703
100n
+5VA
NC
3
100p
3720
2755
2751
MF(10)
MF(11)
+3V3FM
2878
1
5714
+3V3A
F149
IE-C 112
9 RSTR
F788
+3V3FM
RES
4
GND
1
7750
74LVC1G79GW
7751
74LVC1G04GW
2 9771
5
2
CP
68p
2802
Q
2831
D
4
RSTR
F156
1
CLK32FM1
RSTW
10u
5
7715
PMBT2369
MF(08)
MF(09)
F148
WE-C 113
2879
RSTW
3K9
VCC
G
8 RSTW
2871
+3V3_INT
100n
F155
2877
9770
MF(03)
MF(04)
MF(06)
MF(07)
DA(02)
2874
3719
+3V3A
MF(02)
9761
YC2 120
100n
YC0
UVC8
VDDO2
UVC7
UVC6
UVC5
UVC4
UVC3
UVC2
UVC1
UVC0
VSSO5
VSSD3
VDDD4
EAN
PSEN
ALE
VSSD4
P2-7
P2-6
P2-5
P2-4
P2-3
P2-2
P2-1
P2-0
VDDO3
P0-7
P0-6
P0-5
P0-4
P0-3
P0-2
P0-1
DA(06)
MF(01)
100n
100n
2777
DA(07)
FM1
D
2779
100n
2764 100n
100n
+3V3P
MS81V04160A
+3V3FM
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
2778
+3V3FM
DA(08)
BUS C
4 SCL
5750
+3V3FM
NC18
DI22
DI21
DI20
RSTW2
IE2
WE2
VSS20
VCC14
VSS19
NC17
VCC13
NC16
VSS18
NC15
MODE1
NC14
VCC12
RSTR2
RE2
OE2
NC13
VSS17
VSS16
NC12
+3V3FM
DA(09)
VCC11
DO20
DO21
VSS15
DO22
DO23
DO24
DO25
VSS14
DO26
DO27
VCC10
SRCK
VCC9
DO17
DO16
VSS13
DO15
DO14
DO13
DO12
VSS12
DO11
DO10
VCC8
2775
2765
1K
intern
100n
3765
F151
2766
RES
3764 10R
AD(07)
AD(07)
100n
AD(06)
AD(05)
AD(04)
AD(03)
CL16
NC5
DI12
DI11
DI10
RSTW1
IE1
WE1
VSS7
VCC5
VSS8
NC6
VCC6
NC7
VSS9
NC8
MODE2
NC9
VCC7
RSTR1
RE1
OE1
NC10
VSS10
VSS11
NC11
9
AD(06)
8
7
6
AD(05)
AD(04)
5
AD(03)
4
3
AD(02)
AD(01)
AD(02)
AD(01)
DA(10)
3 VSSO6
22p
2769
+3V3FM
7714
9781
F792
2781
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
100n
2767
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1D
2
AD(00)
F786
AD(00)
F787
P0-0
INT0
INT1
T0
T1
P0
5 SDA
2899
100n
2
10u
9760
A15
G_
25
E_
23
2870
VSS
16
12
1
NC
A14
31
A13
A11
A10
A9
A12
30
3
27
24
A8
28
A7
29
A6
4
A4
A5
5
6
7
8
A3
A2
9
10
17
AD(07)
Q7
AD(05)
AD(04)
AD(06)
22
Q6
21
20
19
Q4
Q5
AD(03)
AD(02)
18
Q3
AD(01)
15
14
Q1
7711
A1
13
32
VCC Q0
A0
100n
M27C512
11
Q2
AD(00)
RES
9731 +5VA
5710
GND
C1
EN
11
INT1
DA(11)
160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121
2 SN-CL
SN-CL
100n
NC1
DI23
VSS1
DI24
DI25
DI26
DI27
NC2
VSS2
VSS3
VCC1
VCC2
SWCK
VCC3
VCC4
VSS4
VSS5
NC3
DI17
DI16
DI15
DI14
VSS6
DI13
NC4
2773
RES
F129
2714
2823
Vcc
9701
100R
3710
22p
ALE
1 SN-DA
SN-DA
100R
2713
10
20
7712
74HC573
1
F128
3709
F114
SDA-F
DA(12)
+3V3P+3V3P
DA(07)
7713
SAA4978H
3758
100n
+3V3P
DA(08)
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
F
1n
2745
9733
RES
+5VA
+3V3PR
9732
RES
100n
2748
10u
2750
5713
4K7
F115
SCL-F
9730 +3V3PR
RES
1R
+3V3_FBX
3746
3K9
+2V5_E
+3V3_E
+3V3_FBX
+1V5_E
+1V8FA
+3V3_FBX
SDA-D
SCL-D
DA(14)
DA(09)
+3V3FM
F785
1R
DA(10)
F793
2749
1K2
3722
RES
VD_E
DA(12)
DA(13)
F784
3734
RES
2724
100p
100R
100n
12K
3750
18K
3743
RES
18K
3742
8K2
3741
15K
3756
3755
4K7
3739
9725
9734
+3V3PR
1R
680R
L5
+3V3FM
DA(15)
9702
C
MF(18)
100n
ALE
9726
E
+3V3FM
DA(14)
DA(11)
5712
9735
3735
3721
RSTW
DA(13)
2824
4K7
3731
100p
2723
3733
F105
F701
1n
2746
+5VA
VD100
5711
BC847B
MF(18)
B4
+3V3FM+3V3FM
DA(15)
5737
7707
BC847B
4K7
68R
F104
RSTR
+5VA
7710
F159
7703
PMBT2369
3729
HD100
FBX
SOFTWARE
PROM
F700
+3V3_INT
L4
B4
5744
+5VF
F709
HD_E
D
3754
470n
3747
2744
1K
3738
1K
3K3
RES 12p
F120
150K
2743
3736
3749
390R
3K9 +3V3_FBX
2705
3p9
5702
2708
3708
F708
3737
7709
BC847B
3753
B
1R
390R
2706
1u
100R
3707 F158
3752
9700
F706
F707
RES 12p
12p
2704
12p
L3
4K7
3751
7708
BC847B
F145
3705
2707
B4
F706 B5
2719 I2
3p9
5701
9738
5700 B2
F709 C4
F710 K5
330R
F102
F703 I15
F705 J15
2707 C2
5710 C6
V_EAGLE_E
V100
3796 A5
3797 A6
2718 H2
1u
B3c
F702 H15
2705 C2
2706 C2
390R
F157
330R
C
F701 C11
3765 E10
3p9
2703
L2
3764 E9
2704 C2
F708 C5
5700
9737
F700 C11
2703 C2
3706
3704
F101
3763 J12
F707 B5
U_EAGLE_E
U100
F165 J4
F166 J4
2702 B2
5706 L1
5707 L3
F103
B4
3760 J5
3762 J12
2714 F2
2715 L3
2u2
B3c
F164 I4
2700 B2
2701 B2
330R
2700
3748
L1
B
F163 H4
3759 I5
5702 C2
220K
2701
B4
3758 F6
1710 K4
5701 C2
12p
9736
F162 H4
1702 K5
2713 F1
2702
F100
F160 H6
F161 H5
3756 D4
2708 C2
RES
Y100
3754 C5
3755 D3
1701 K5
3703
Y_EAGLE_E
12p
B3c
0018 K15
0019 K15
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
49
Small Signal Board: FEM Falconic Embedded Memory
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
9
10
2776 A5
2780 A5
2782 A6
2784 D9
2785 E9
FEM
FALCONIC EMBEDDED MEMORY
+1V8FA
100n
100n
2794
2793
100n
B3C
B
UVF(4)
UVF(2)
UVF(3)
+1V8FA
CLK32
+1V8FA
F783
TO B3C
D
3778
1K0
3779
1K0
UVG(2)
UVG(1)
UVG(0)
TO B3C
3780
+3V3_INT
3781
1K0
1K0
3782
1K0
3783
100n
2791
E
TO B3A
1K0
3784
TRST
TMS
TD0
TDOA
1K0
7760
SAA4998H
UVF(5)
UVF(6)
UVF(7)
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
YF(0)
YF(1)
YF(2)
YF(3)
YF(4)
YF(5)
YF(6)
YF(7)
RE_F
100n
2784
+3V3FA
D
TO B3C
+1V8FA
MF(18)
MF(17)
MF(16)
MF(15)
MF(14)
MF(13)
MF(12)
MF(11)
MF(10)
MF(09)
MF(08)
TO B3A
E
F
+3V3FA
100n
100n
2786
47K
+1V8FA
2787
3777
SN-CL
MF(01)
MF(02)
MF(03)
MF(04)
MF(06)
MF(07)
+3V3FA +3V3FA
+3V3FA
TCK
RST
RSTR
SN-DA
+3V3FA
9769
F
+3V3FA
G
100n
100n
2788
2790
100n
2789
+1V8FA
G
E_14590_004.eps
220304
8204 000 8308.2
1
2
3
4
5
6
3776 F4
3777 F5
3778 D4
3779 D4
3780 E4
7
8
9
5716 B1
7760 D6
9768 F4
9769 F5
F780 B1
F781 B1
F782 B1
F783 B2
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
47K
47K
3776
3775
47K
47K
3774
9768
3773
FEM
UVF5
UVF6
UVF7
VDDE3
YF0
YF1
YF2
YF3
YF4
YF5
VSSE3
YF6
YF7
REF
VSSD2
VDDD2
IE
REA
YA7
YA6
YA5
YA4
YA3
YA2
YA1
YA0
UVA7
UVA6
VSSS1
VDDS1
100n
YG(3)
YG(2)
YG(1)
YG(0)
UVG(7)
UVG(6)
UVG(5)
UVG(4)
UVG(3)
YG5|DPIP5
YG4|DPIP4
VDDE1
VSSE1
YG3|DPIP3
YG2|DPIP2
YG1|DPIP1
YG0|DPIP0
UVG7|QPIP7
UVG6|QPIP6
UVG5|QPIP5
UVG4|QPIP4
UVG3|QPIP3
NC|LLC
VSSE2
NC|SWCK2
UVG2|QPIP2
UVG1|QPIP1
UVG0|QPIP0
NC|RSTW2
NC|OIE2
NC|IE2
VDDP
NC|WE2
ACV|RE2
NC|RSTR2
TRSTN
TMS
TDI
TDO
2785
100n
2792
+3V3FA
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
TCK
RST
SNRST
SNDA
VDDE2
PIPON
VSSM1
VDDM1
VSSM2
VDDM2
SNCL
UVA0
UVA1
UVA2
UVA3
UVA4
UVA5
VDDD1
VSSD1
TWOFMON
YG(5)
YG(4)
C
YG6|DPIP6
VSSM4
VDDM4
VSSM3
VDDM3
YG7|DPIP7
VD
UVF0
UVF1
VDDA
VSSA
UVF2
UVF3
VSSD3
VDDD3
VSSS2
VDDS2
CLK32
VSSE4
UVF4
C
2795 B1
2796 B2
3773 F3
3774 F4
3775 F4
3781 E4
3782 E4
3783 E4
3784 E4
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
F782
UVF(0)
UVF(1)
YG(7)
YG(6)
B
F781
2791 E2
2792 D2
2793 A6
2794 A6
10u
2796
100n
2795
+3V3FA
A
2782
F780
100n
2780
2776
5716
+3V3_FBX
100n
+1V8FA
A
2786 F7
2787 F6
2788 G6
2789 G5
2790 G5
10
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
50
Small Signal Board: Eagle
+5VA
RES
5723
7720 RES
LD1117DT25
+1V5FCC
9745
2803
RES
+1V5FCC
5743
F753
+1V5FCA
3792
470n
2774
+1V5_E
9747
C
100n
2864
1K
F754
9746
+3V3FCD
2801
3804
RES
1K
CLK64
5728
F755
+1V5FCC
+1V5_E
2884
+3V3FCD
+1V5FCC
2734
U_VOUT(0)
U_VOUT(1)
U_VOUT(2)
U_VOUT(3)
U_VOUT(4)
U_VOUT(5)
U_VOUT(6)
U_VOUT(7)
U_VOUT(8)
U_VOUT(9)
470n
100n
470n
SEE MAPPING A11
D
+3V3FCD
2865
100n
+1V5FCC
2854
470n
7727
LF15AB
5742
75R
3820
+3V3FCD
5724
+3V3_E
F760
+3V3FCD
F759
5745
+3V3_FBX
100n
470n
2860
IN
OUT
+3V3_E
2
G
100u
100n
10u
2876
2875
1
CLK32I
+3V3FCD
2895
2891
100n
2894
2890
100n
100n
100n
2893
100n
+1V5FCC
75R
+2V5FCA
3824
+2V5FCA
3823
+2V5FCA 2897
75R
+2V5FCA
75R
+3V3FC2
470n
3821
3822
2735
150R
100n
+1V5FCC
2898
2859
150R
3
GND
F768
3803
5738
1K
100n
30R
RES
7726
LD1117
+5VA
9766
3827
75R
RES
150R
+3V3FCD
2892
470n
3802
150R
150R
3801
100n
+1V5FCC
3826
2866
150R
2888
100n
100n
+3V3FC2
F761
75R
+8V_CON
5705
H
100n
2814
100n
2783
330R
3787
100n
2830
V_EAGLE_E
B3a
F767
I
75R
75R
3818
12p
3817
12p
2p2
470R
2737
2818
390R
2841
75R
75R
3815
3814
RES 220p
F731
7733
3806
2u2
27p
560R
220R
5741
2738
2739
3790
3809
F764
BFS20
2p2
12p
2816
12p
3816
U_EAGLE_E
B3a
F766
470R
2885
27p
RES 220p
2840
3813
3805
2u2
2727
2736
3789
220R
3808
820R
5740
7732
75R
BFS20
F763
BFS20
75R
3812
12p
2815
12p
390R
Y_EAGLE_E
B3a
F765
470R
2725
27p
2839
RES 220p
390R
3810
3791
2u2
2717
2726
1K5
82R
5739
BFS20
7730
BFS20
F762
F729
7731
100n
7729
7728
+3V3FC2
2828
3786
100n
2827
330R
3785
YF0(0:7)
1K
BFS20
B1
B10
E_14590_005.eps
220304
2
3
4
5
6
7
E
100u
2
2772
+1V5FCC
100n
2853
470n
F757
+1V5_E
1
3
IN GND OUT
+3V3_E
8204 000 8308.2
1
B
3800
3825
YF0(2)
YF0(3)
YF0(4)
YF0(5)
9744
470n
2805
3819
100n
100n
10R
3 9741-C 6 SN-CL_E
100n
2887
+2V5FCD 2896
VAP
VAP_E
100u
RES
+1V5FCA
2733
F
2889
8 HREF_EXT_E
F752
+2V5FCD
+3V3FCD
+3V3FCD
5722
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
A
F751
F750
2806
470n
5725
+2V5FCA
COM
1
2732
+2V5_E +2V5_E
2
OUT
100n
IN
2804
3
100n
470n
10u
2771
EAGLE - IC
CLK32OFM5
+3V3FC2
100n
2754
VSS24
VSSA4
NC25
NC24
NC23
NC22
VDDCA1
VDDC15
VSS23
IS1
IS0
NC21
NC20
RESET
VSS22
VDDA8
CLK64SEL
CLK64I
VSS21
CLK64O
VSS20
VDDA7
VSS19
VDDC14
U0
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
VSS18
VDDA6
V0
V1
VSS17
VDDC13
V2
V3
V4
V5
V6
V7
V8
V9
VSS16
VDDC12
VSS15
VDDA5
2886
2833
YF0(6)
YF0(7)
2847
100n
100n
2716
100R
9741-A
UVF0(7)
F722
100n
SEE MAPPING D12
T8F24EF
10R
YF0(0)
YF0(1)
UVG0(0:7)
2851
7724
100n
UVF0(0:7)
1
10R
2 9741-B 7
SN-CL
UVF0(6)
100n
470n
UVG0(0:7)
14
2770
47K
3711
+3V3FCD
100n
9750
120R
3772 CLK32OFM4
3788
9765
100n
UVF0(5)
+3V3FC2
TO B3B
2838
F723
RSTW_YUV
+3V3FC2
WEYUV_F
YF(6)
RSTRY
REY
+3V3FC2
YF(5)
YF(7)
470n
2867
9753
100n
2832
FIELD MEMORY
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
YF(4)
FM5
HREF_EXT
100n
YF(1)
YF(2)
YF(3)
MS81V04160A
10R
3771 CLK32OFM5
CLK32O
UVF0(1)
UVF0(4)
2835
YF(0)
7723
SN-DA_E
4 9741-D 5
2731
100n
YG0(0:7)
2855
UVF0(3)
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
CLK32I
UVF0(0)
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
CLK32OFM5
+3V3FC2
+3V3FC2
9740
CLK32P
UVF0(2)
VCC11
DO20
DO21
VSS15
DO22
DO23
DO24
DO25
VSS14
DO26
DO27
VCC10
SRCK
VCC9
DO17
DO16
VSS13
DO15
DO14
DO13
DO12
VSS12
DO11
DO10
VCC8
CLK32
68R
CLK32O
NC18
DI22
DI21
DI20
RSTW2
IE2
WE2
VSS20
VCC14
VSS19
NC17
VCC13
NC16
VSS18
NC15
MODE1
NC14
VCC12
RSTR2
RE2
OE2
NC13
VSS17
VSS16
NC12
100n
2843
+3V3FC2
NC1
DI23
VSS1
DI24
DI25
DI26
DI27
NC2
VSS2
VSS3
VCC1
VCC2
SWCK
VCC3
VCC4
VSS4
VSS5
NC3
DI17
DI16
DI15
DI14
VSS6
DI13
NC4
3795
CLK32O
+3V3FC2
SN-DA
NC5
DI12
DI11
DI10
RSTW1
IE1
WE1
VSS7
VCC5
VSS8
NC6
VCC6
NC7
VSS9
NC8
MODE2
NC9
VCC7
RSTR1
RE1
OE1
NC10
VSS10
VSS11
NC11
TO B3B
+3V3FC2
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
F758
2826
100n
2812
+3V3FC2
+3V3FC2
RSTRUV
REUV
+3V3FC2
5726
F721
UVF(4)
UVF(5)
UVF(6)
UVF(7)
100n
+3V3FCD
TDOA
9764
100n
UVF(2)
UVF(3)
470n
2711
2768
13
2880
+3V3FCD
2709
+1V5FCC
12
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
3745
UVG0(0:7)
2710
+3V3FC1
+3V3FC1
VDDC1
VSS1
VDDA1
UVF0
UVF1
UVF2
UVF3
UVF4
UVF5
UVF6
UVF7
VSS2
VDDC2
YF0
YF1
YF2
YF3
YF4
YF5
YF6
YF7
VSS3
VDDC3
VDDA2
VSS4
SNCK
SNRST
HD
VD
INTR1
VA
SNDA
HREF
TRST
TMS
VDDC4
VDDC5
VSS5
VSS6
VDDA3
VSS7
TDI
TDO
TCK
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
NC8
3811
REY
+3V3FC1
100n
100n
2822
+3V3FC2
+3V3FC2
2829
F719
UVF(1)
H
F756
SN-CL_E
RSTR
HD_E
VD_E
INT1_E
VAP_E
SN-DA_E
HREF_EXT_E
TRST
TMS
TD0MA
+3V3FC2
WEYUV_F
RSTW_YUV
UVF(0)
G
+3V3FCD
+3V3_E
+3V3_E
F
YG0(6)
YG0(7)
+1V5FCC
470n
F717
YF0(0)
YF0(1)
YF0(2)
YF0(3)
YF0(4)
YF0(5)
YF0(6)
YF0(7)
YF0(0:7)
YG0(0:7)
YG0(2)
YG0(3)
YG0(4)
YG0(5)
+3V3FC1
E
+1V5FCC
100n
YG0(0)
YG0(1)
5727
+3V3FC1
2820
TO B3B
+3V3FC1
WEYUV_G
2821
RSTW_YUV
F718
100n
YG(6)
YG(7)
+3V3FC1
2846
CLK32OFM4
9763
YG(5)
UVF0(0:7)
3807
D
UVF0(0)
UVF0(1)
UVF0(2)
UVF0(3)
UVF0(4)
UVF0(5)
UVF0(6)
UVF0(7)
2845
100n
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
YG(4)
+3V3FCD
100n
YG(1)
YG(2)
YG(3)
UVG0(7)
100n
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
F769 28
29
F770
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
TCK
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
100n
UVG0(6)
2809
YG(0)
FIELD MEMORY
UVG0(5)
100n
TO B3B
FM4
2848
RSTRY
C
100n CLK32OFM4
+3V3FC1
+3V3FC1
MS81V04160A
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
470n
+1V5FCC
2825
+3V3FC1
+3V3FC1
2817
7722
VCC11
DO20
DO21
VSS15
DO22
DO23
DO24
DO25
VSS14
DO26
DO27
VCC10
SRCK
VCC9
DO17
DO16
VSS13
DO15
DO14
DO13
DO12
VSS12
DO11
DO10
VCC8
UVG0(4)
2811
UVG(4)
UVG(5)
UVG(6)
UVG(7)
UVG0(3)
1K
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
NC18
DI22
DI21
DI20
RSTW2
IE2
WE2
VSS20
VCC14
VSS19
NC17
VCC13
NC16
VSS18
NC15
MODE1
NC14
VCC12
RSTR2
RE2
OE2
NC13
VSS17
VSS16
NC12
UVG(3)
NC1
DI23
VSS1
DI24
DI25
DI26
DI27
NC2
VSS2
VSS3
VCC1
VCC2
SWCK
VCC3
VCC4
VSS4
VSS5
NC3
DI17
DI16
DI15
DI14
VSS6
DI13
NC4
NC5
DI12
DI11
DI10
RSTW1
IE1
WE1
VSS7
VCC5
VSS8
NC6
VCC6
NC7
VSS9
NC8
MODE2
NC9
VCC7
RSTR1
RE1
OE1
NC10
VSS10
VSS11
NC11
B
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
2861
UVG0(2)
330R
100n
2810
F720
UVG0(0)
F716 UVG0(1)
11
100n
INT1_E
INT1
10
10u
2807
7725
PMBT2369
9
2808
2712
3793
2K2
3744
+3V3FC1
+3V3FC1
RSTRUV
REUV
+3V3FC1
100n
+3V3FC1
UVG(2)
9762
UVG(1)
2813
F712
+3V3FC1
UVG(0)
+3V3FC1
WEYUV_G
A
RSTW_YUV
+5VA
+3V3FCD
EAGLE
8
100n
7
2857
6
100n
+3V3FCD
F724
208
WEYUV_G
207
9754
F725
206
3757
RE_F
205 47R
F726
REY
F715
204
RSTRY
203
F727
REUV
F728
202
RSTRUV
F711
201
WEYUV_F
F714
200
RSTW_YUV
2747
199
198
+1V5FCC
470n
197
F713
196
3794
CLK32O
195
10R
194
+3V3FCD
193
YG0(7)
192
YG0(6)
191
YG0(5)
190
YG0(4)
189
YG0(3)
188
YG0(2)
187
YG0(1)
186
YG0(0)
185
UVG0(7)
184
UVG0(6)
183
UVG0(5)
182
+1V5FCC
181
180
UVG0(4)
179
UVG0(3)
178
UVG0(2)
177
UVG0(1)
176
UVG0(0)
175
+3V3FCD
174
173
YOUT(0)
172
YOUT(1)
171
YOUT(2)
170
YOUT(3)
169
YOUT(4)
168
YOUT(5)
167
YOUT(6)
166
165
164
YOUT(7)
163
YOUT(8)
162
YOUT(9)
161
160
+3V3FCD
159
158
+1V5FCC
157
5
VDDA12
WEYUV-G
REFIN
FALREF
REY
RSTRY
REUV
RSTRUV
WEYUV-F
RSTW-YUV
VSS32
VDDC19
VSS31
CLK32O
VSS30
VDDA11
YG7
YG6
YG5
YG4
YG3
YG2
YG1
YG0
UVG7
UVG6
UVG5
VSS29
VDDC18
UVG4
UVG3
UVG2
UVG1
UVG0
VSS28
VDDA10
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
VSS27
VDDC17
Y7
Y8
Y9
VSS26
VDDA9
VSS25
VDDC16
4
VSSA1
AOUTNY
AOUTPY
VREFY
VBSY
FSADJY
VDDBA1
VDDB1
VSS8
VSSA2
AOUTNU
AOUTPU
VREFU
VBSU
VSADJU
VDDBA2
NC9
NC10
NC11
VSSA3
AOUTNV
AOUTPV
VREFV
VBSV
FSADJV
VDDBA3
NC12
VSS9
VSS10
VDDC6
VDDC7
PDN
NC13
NC14
VSS11
VSS12
VDDC8
VDDC9
NC15
NC16
NC17
VDDC10
VDDC11
VSS13
VSS14
NC18
NC19
VDDA4
CLK32I
TESTSEL0
TESTSEL1
TESTSEL2
3
2p2
2
2K2
1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2709 C6
2710 D6
2711 E7
2712 A8
2716 D7
2717 I7
2725 I7
2726 I7
2727 I9
2731 A10
2732 A12
2733 B12
2734 D13
2735 G11
2736 I9
2737 I12
2738 I12
2739 I12
2747 A9
2754 A12
2768 A9
2770 E14
2771 E14
2772 E14
2774 C14
2783 H11
2801 C13
2803 B14
2804 A14
2805 F13
2806 A13
2807 A13
2808 A12
2809 E5
2810 A4
2811 E5
2812 F5
2813 A3
2814 H12
2815 I7
2816 I10
2817 C1
2818 I12
2820 E2
2821 D3
2822 D3
2825 D4
2826 F5
2827 H6
2828 H9
2829 F3
2830 H10
2832 F4
2833 G5
2835 I4
2838 I3
2839 I6
2840 I9
2841 I11
2843 H1
2845 C5
2846 C5
2847 A12
2848 B7
2851 A11
2853 E13
2854 E13
2855 F7
2857 F12
2859 G10
2860 G11
2861 B7
2864 C13
2865 D13
2866 G10
2867 E6
2875 G12
2876 G13
2880 G13
2884 C14
2885 I10
2886 F7
2887 F7
2888 G7
2889 G8
2890 G9
2891 G9
2892 G7
2893 G8
2894 G9
2895 G10
2896 G8
2897 G9
2898 G7
3711 E7
3744 A5
3745 B6
3757 A8
3771 F6
3772 F6
3785 H6
3786 H8
3787 H11
3788 I6
3789 I9
3790 I11
3791 I7
3792 C12
3793 A6
3794 A9
3795 E6
3800 G7
3801 G10
3802 G7
3803 G7
3804 C13
3805 I10
3806 I12
3807 I6
3808 I9
3809 I11
3810 I6
3811 I8
3812 I8
3813 I9
3814 I10
3815 I10
3816 I11
3817 I13
3818 I13
3819 F12
3820 F12
3821 G7
3822 H7
3823 H7
3824 H7
3825 G7
3826 G7
3827 G7
5705 H12
5722 B14
5723 A12
5724 F13
5725 A14
5726 E5
5727 D5
5728 C14
5738 G12
5739 I7
5740 I9
5741 I12
5742 E13
5743 B14
5745 F14
7720 A13
7722 B3
7723 G3
7724 C10
7725 A6
7726 G13
7727 E14
7728 H6
7729 H9
7730 H11
7731 I6
7732 I8
7733 I11
9740 F6
9741-A F6
9741-B G6
9741-C G6
9741-D F6
9744 B13
9745 B13
9746 C13
9747 C14
9750 E6
9753 E7
9754 A8
9762 A3
9763 D3
9764 F3
9765 I3
9766 G10
F711 A8
F712 A1
F713 A9
F714 A8
F715 A8
F716 B5
F717 D5
F718 D1
F719 F1
F720 A6
F721 F5
F722 H5
F723 I1
F724 A8
F725 A8
F726 A8
F727 A8
F728 A8
F729 I6
F731 I11
F750 A14
F751 A14
F752 B14
F753 B14
F754 C12
F755 C14
F756 D5
F757 E14
F758 E5
F759 F13
F760 F13
F761 H11
F762 I7
F763 I9
F764 I12
F765 I8
F766 I10
F767 I13
F768 G10
F769 D7
F770 D7
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
51
Small Signal Board: HOP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
8
10
11
12
13
HOP
B
100R
OUTPUT
AMPL
+ BUFFER
+ BLUE
STRETCH
G
B
FBL-TXT
3337
1K8
F319
2K2
3459
680R
2K2
F320
3358
1K
3354
3352
Y-SCAVEM
1K
3350
7340
B5-120
BCL
F311
CALIBR’N
10n
3312
2326
3365
BC857BW
F361
4K7
2392
220p
BC847BW
7310
220R
NOHOP1B
+8VS
B5-
1K
7303
3315
BAS316
47K
6312
1K
3336
3327
B5B1-
6303
6304
BZX384-C47
BAS316
LINEDRIVE1
F329
B1-
BC847BW
C001
GND-LINEDRIVE
NOHOP2B
3316
BAS316
47K
B1-
3
4
+5V_VDP
3304
3R9
I
TILT
B1-
B5-
0014
10n
+5VS
100u
3472
F304
2340
7361
POR_FLASH
B1-
5
6
7
8
9
H
EHT-INFO
PDTC144EU
22K
2324
4K7
6306
3324
B3-
BZX384-C5V6
2306
6314
1 SLOT 1.2x3.2
6313
E_14590_008.eps
101204
2
G
FRAMEDRIVE+
8204 000 8260.3
1
F
B5VSYNC
22K
680K
33n
F340
3386
1n5
3391
F360
3362
3318
1K
10p
2308
+5VS
3366
BZX384-C22
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
HFB
6302
SANDCASTLE
6321
BAV99
2FH-VD100
2FH-HD100
2FH-FBL
2FH-B
2FH-G
2FH-R
PDZ-6.8B
6320
BAV99
7362
F363
3334
10p
2344
10p
2345
10p
10p
2346
F362 7
6322
BAV99
B1FRAMEDRIVE-
470p
6
100K
5
3323
F353
ANTI-MOIRE
1M
BC857BW
BAS316
F352
100MHZ
B9-
3368
HD@HOME
4
1K
100MHZ
5308
3361
*
3
6334
5307
100K
F351
POR
100MHZ
100R
B1-
+5VS
PDTC144EU
2312
10K
+8VS
68p
5306
BAT54 COL
FBL_2FH
2
B1-
F350
DYN-FASE-COR
100MHZ
100K
5305
3326
B_2FH
1
BAS316
100n
+8VS
E
HFB_X-RAY-PROT
*
F349
2311
100MHZ
6307
5304
3319
220R
N.C.
100n
G_2FH
1304
2325
F348
6317
7311
2319
3317
+8VS
*
100MHZ
3364
10K
F19
3
5303
100K
3310
47K
220R
39K
2313
5F307
+8VS
22K
B1-
3367
VSC 15
FLASH
22
10p
3314
29
3311
14
BAS316
UL ONLY
L13
100K
2304
13
LPSU
FBCSO
DPC
HFB
9
F306
1
21
3442
100K
BC857BW
7312
1301
2
220K
3308
GENERATOR
12M
R_2FH
3313
VDOA 1
RAMP
START/STOP
H-DRIVE
F305
1K
F365
18K
F317
HOUT 8
SCO
XTALI
F364
100R
CSTCV
20
G
3399
4K7
2u2
3394
2u2
F20
6301
7318
3328
XTALO
470p
2363
L12
EW-DRIVE
220R
IREF 16
3331
TILT
F18
PHI-2
B1B1-
3306
EWO 3 F357
EW
FRAME
SC
1K
F347
EHT-INFO
DIGGND
3387
6311
220R
PHI- 1
12 HSEL Hsel
F17
1K
+5VS
2320
HD100
6 GND1
6309
+8VS
7 DECVD
10p
B3-
D
3322
VDOB 2
24 HD
3333
VD
68K
BZX384-C22
BAS316
2386
ANAGND
F359 23 VD
7304
NOHOP1A
EHT-INFO
2K2
3390
1u
3307
10p
22n
1u
2318
2307
F303
1K
PDTC144EU
B1-
3343
3344
F310
2u2
BAS316
F316
DACOUT 25
EHTIN 4
19 GND2
3363
F321
2333
6319
2336
10p
2309
2310
RGB
18 DECBG
4K7
VD100
F309
c200
3349
B3a-
B1CUTOFF
2K2
10K
F315
DIGSUP
F
33K
3348
6310
HOP
SYNC+GEO
BANDGAP
2317
CATHODE
6-BITS
DAC
39 VP2
F312
100n
+5VS
+8VS
F314
3345
BLKIN 44
BCL 43
17 VP1
F339
100n
LIMITER
10R
3346
6316
CONTIN’S
C
BC847BW
V30
3388
11 SDA
F338
2315
100n
STRETCH
V23
6u8
2332
100u
6u8
PWL +
BEAM CURR
BLACK
2
I C
F358
5301
5302
10p
2347
B1B-CRT
+8VS
100R
BO 42
BAS316
CONTR
V22
GND-RGB-CRT
10p
2348
F368
GO 41
2303
*
F301
ONLY FOR NO HOP
3342
BZM55-C6V8
100R
+8V_VDP
2349
3359
100R
BRIGHT
3321
NOHOP2B
3353
B1-
RO 40
WHITE P.
10 SCL
100R
B1-
SAT
100n
3320
9311
2338
47R
BC857BW
7319
3443
2397
9312
9316
100R
3341
220K
100n
HD100
10K
3351
33K
V29
10K
3398
NOHOP1A
100n
3384
10K
WHITE
POINT
CONTROL
G
680R
4n7
B_2FH
100R
B1-
I
47R
BC857BW
7309
+8VS
1u
RGB-INSERTION
B
G-CRT
2393
G
B
B1-
3357
3340
R
R
R
+8VS
680R
22K
32 BI1
MATRIX
100n
NOHOP1B
3356
PMBT2369
9315
34
V
RGB-YUV
2396
SCL-F
U
30 RI1
100R
VD
7308
BC857BW
9313
CONTROL
Y
Y
31 GI1
3397
HD100
100K
33K
3470
33K
3355
BRIGHTNESS
33 BL1
2395
G_2FH
D
H
100K
3325
100K
Yltp
10K
FBL_2FH
3467
3471
3360
100K
1K
1K
3330
1K
3335
3332
100n
100n
2331
100K
R_2FH
G_2FH
B_2FH
B5-
B-TXT
B5-
B5-
R-TXT
2330
B
38
2334
R_2FH
3329
100n
F330
3302
1K0
2314
G
37
3347
100R
+8VS
3465
2431
3395
3396
E
V
CONTRAST
AND
36
R-CRT
47R
33K
FBL_2FH
SDA-F
7315
B13338
9314
RES ONLY PTV
F334
R
SATUR’N
CONTROL
COLOUR
DIFF
MATRIX
U
SWITCH
26 VIN
68K
3305
SANDCASTLE
7314
BC847BW
V28
35
Y
27 UIN
F333
3453
PMBT2369
7313
7305
BC847BW
9310
A
+8VS
9421
7301
TDA9330
28 YIN
MCL4148
B1 B10
3383
HD100
B3a-
100n
9309
1
6308
C
+8VS
2343
7375
BC847BW
PWL
100R
LIGHT-SENSOR
F332
SC
5
+8VS
+8VS
BC847BW
F366
100n
F326
9308
BI2
4
+8VS
7306
22p
BL2
B1-
3
+8VS
2328
ONLY FOR NO HOP
RI2
3455
SCL-F
15
2301
100R
7
WINDOW
+8VS
2342
100n
GI2
11
VOUT 16
AD3
SCL
14
UOUT 17
+8VS
+8VS
F367
SUPPLY
3454
SDA-F
2429
100n
ADC
SDA
CONTROL
9305
YOUT 19
3339
22 CF
AD2
B3aB
CHROMA
PROCESSING
AD1
9 VIN
DEC
8 UIN
V100
SOUT 21
100n
U100
SPECTRAL
PROC
ADR
B3a-
LUMA
PROCESSING
2321
6 YIN
F331
B3a-
V27
V25
2329
GND VCC
NC
Y100
20
V19
18
100n
24
9303
23
100n
2323
10
V20
2
6K8
12
F335
13
9302
V21
7302
TDA9178
9304
100n
A
G-TXT
B5-
Yltp
Y100
U100
+8VS
V100
2398
FBL-TXT
V26
V24
10
11
12
13
0014 I10
3343 D12
7318 E10
1301 G4
1304 G3
2301 C2
2303 E9
2304 G7
3344 D10
3345 D9
3346 C9
3347 D9
3348 D9
7319 C12
7340 C13
7361 I7
7362 H7
7375 B9
2306 H9
2307 F4
2308 G9
2309 D3
2310 E3
3349 F2
3350 B11
3351 B10
3352 A11
3353 A11
9302 A3
9303 A4
9304 A4
9305 A4
9308 B4
2311 H5
2312 F9
2313 F9
2314 E2
3354 A12
3355 B8
3356 B13
3357 B13
9309 B4
9310 B4
9311 I1
9312 I1
2315 E2
2317 F3
2318 F3
2319 F11
2320 G3
3358 A12
3359 B11
3360 A8
3361 G7
3362 G11
9313 F13
9314 B13
9315 B13
9316 C12
9421 B10
2321 B3
2323 B4
2324 I6
2325 G5
2326 E12
3363 F3
3364 F10
3365 F13
3366 G11
3367 F11
C001 H12
F301 E2
F303 F4
F304 I12
F305 G5
2328 B7
2329 B6
2330 A6
2331 B6
3368 E13
3383 B12
3384 C12
3386 F12
F306 G5
F307 G7
F309 D11
F310 D10
2332 E2
2333 D10
2334 E8
2336 E8
2338 C13
3387 G2
3388 C11
3390 D9
3391 G12
3394 E9
F311 D8
F312 E3
F314 D9
F315 D8
F316 D9
2340 I11
2342 A8
2343 A10
2344 H3
2345 H2
3395 C3
3396 D3
3397 D2
3398 D3
3399 C13
F317 E9
F319 B12
F320 A11
F321 F3
F326 B7
2346 H2
2347 H2
2348 H1
2349 H1
3442 E12
3443 E13
3453 C2
3454 B1
F329 H9
F330 B4
F331 B4
F332 B3
2363 F3
2386 G11
2392 G12
2393 E13
2395 D3
3455 C1
3459 B12
3465 B10
3467 A9
3470 B9
F333 C2
F334 C2
F335 B3
F338 E3
F339 E4
2396 D3
2397 D3
2398 A3
2429 B4
2431 B3
3471 A9
3472 I6
5301 E2
5302 E2
5303 G1
F340 F12
F347 D12
F348 G3
F349 H3
F350 H3
3302 C4
3304 I11
3305 C3
3306 E9
3307 E9
5304 H1
5305 H1
5306 H1
5307 H1
5308 H1
F351 H3
F352 H3
F353 H3
F357 E8
F358 E4
3308 E9
3310 E9
3311 G7
3312 E11
6301 E12
6302 I3
6303 H9
6304 H9
F359 F4
F360 F10
F361 F11
F362 H3
3313 E11
3314 G8
3315 G8
3316 H10
3317 G9
6306 I5
6307 I5
6308 C2
6309 D11
6310 D9
F363 H5
F364 F4
F365 E10
F366 A8
F367 B7
3318 G9
3319 E12
3320 D3
3321 E3
3322 D12
6311 D12
6312 H8
6313 H9
6314 H9
6316 C9
F368 B11
c200 F3
3323 H5
3324 I5
3325 A10
3326 H5
6317 E12
6319 D9
6320 I2
6321 I3
3327 G6
3328 F9
3329 E2
3330 A8
3331 G3
6322 I2
6334 H5
7301 B4
7302 A1
7303 G8
3332 A7
3333 G3
3334 I5
3335 A7
3336 H6
7304 F2
7305 B9
7306 A10
7308 B12
7309 B13
3337 A13
3338 B13
3339 C3
3340 C11
7310 G12
7311 F11
7312 F10
7313 A12
3341 C10
3342 C11
7314 B11
7315 B11
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
52
Small Signal Board: OTC
AA(14)
F018 4 3049-D 5 A(14)
100R
A(17)
F005
17
AA(15)
AA(15)
2 3048-B 7 A(15)
100R
A(18)
F003
16
100 P1-7|RC
A17 44
AA(16)
AA(16)
4 3048-D 5 A(16)
100R
A(19)
100R
AA(17)
98 P1-5|INT2
A19 65
AA(18)
AA(18)
1 3052-A 8 A(18)
100R
3076-A
97 P1-4|INT1
A20 64
AA(19)
AA(19)
F004 2 3052-B 7 A(19)
100R
470R
96 P1-3|INT0
A21 66
AA(20)
AA(20)
5
SDA
33p
F046
2002
M24C32 SCL
6
7011
NVM
SLOT 1.2x3.2
0015
7
VCC
E2
E1
E0
18 OSCGND
74 RESET
83 HSYNC
1
B56
8
B58
+3V3_INTOTC
TxD
17 OSCIN
B57
2
100R
3 3056-C 6 D(5)
100R
100R
100R
D6 31
DD(6)
DD(6)
3 3055-C 6 D(6)
D7 35
DD(7)
DD(7)
3 3054-C 6 D(7)
D8 34
DD(8)
DD(8)
4 3054-D 5 D(8)
100R
D9 30
DD(9)
DD(9)
4 3055-D 5 D(9)
100R
100R
100R
D10 26
DD(10)
DD(10)
4 3056-D 5 D(10)
D11 22
DD(11)
DD(11)
4 3057-D 5 D(11)
DD(12)
1 3057-A 8 D(12)
DD(13)
1 3056-A 8 D(13)
D13 29
27p
3
3 3057-C 6 D(4)
DD(5)
16 OSCOUT
CLOCK GENERATOR
AND
DISPLAY TIMING
G
WC_
DD(4)
DD(5)
B55
1001
VSS
SCL-F
DD(4)
D5 27
84 VSYNC
F002
DD(14)
1 3055-A 8 D(14)
100R
D15 37
DD(15)
DD(15)
1 3054-A 8 D(15)
100R
E
ROM_OEn 40 4 3034-D 5
RAM_OEn 41
RAM_CSn 42
100n
7015
PMBT2369
WEn 70
4 CVBS0_R
EAn 73
7 CVBS1
6 CVBS1_R
4K7
3040
5 CVBS0
1 IREF_DEC
F083
I
+3V3_INTOTC 3095
100R
100R
ROM_CS
2 3034-B 7
2 IREF
9002
TEST3
TEST2
TEST1
TEST0
VSSP3
VSSD3
VSSD2
VSSP2
VSSP1
VSSD1
VSSA
220n
220n
2003
24K
2004
100n
3003
RES
2005
100n
2006
3 3035-C 6
12
15
NC
RES
22
C
21
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ16
2
F036
3
F035
4
F039
5
F040
7
F032
8
F031
9
F028
10
F027
33
F041
34
F038
35
F037
36
DD(5)
B
16
13
14
D
9
10
5
8
GND
F029
39
F030
40
F034
41
2
3
6
7
+3V3_INTOTC
F051
3013
BC857BW
7002
DD(3)
3014
DD(6)
6K8
3015 F049
DD(1)
DD(0)
DD(11)
F050
7003
BC847BW
470K
DD(7)
+3V3_INTOTC
RESET
7004
BC847BW
+3V3_INTOTC
G
F089
DD(12)
DD(10)
3066
3067 F076
DD(8)
DD(13)
7014
BC857BW
47K
7013
BC847BW
470K
DD(14)
H
DD(9)
NC 32
B62
B4-
37 42
B4-
B63
100R
9010
F056
F087
B-TXT
B4-
FBL-TXT
1401 RES
10p
100R
9011
1402
1
F059
2
F062
3
100R
8
F085
3046-A 10p
5
100R
2054
F079
3098
2053
9009
3045
100R
10p
7
6
F084 2056
5
N.C.
4
2052
10p
10p
F086
3046-C
3046-B
9013
TO 1402 OF
4
F063
100R
9012
B64
PH
F078
I
2057
9
100R
G-TXT
B4-
10
3046-D
5 3012-D4 F048
F058
R-TXT
F080
3
2
J
IRQ-FTV
F082
1
E_14590_009.eps
101204
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
F
10K
DD(4)
DD(15)
38
O1
O2
O3
O4
1
F054
100R
A(0)
DD(2)
8204 000 8259.4
1
45
E
F055
73012-B 2
C
43
B61
+3V3_INTOTC
8 3012-A 1
100R
41
IN
2019
3011
470R
39
16
100R
6 3012-C 3
470R3007-A
1
8
470R3007-B
2
7
470R 3007-C
3
6
470R3007-D
4
5
470R 3006
CVBS-TXT
E
F074
36
7005
LD1117
4
100n
+3V3_INTOTC
MSM51V18165F 1 6
17
AA(0)
A0
F017 18
AA(2)
A1
F013 19
7007
AA(4)
A2
F009 20
DRAM
AA(6)
A3
F006 23
(TXT)
AA(7)
A4
F007 24
AA(8)
A5
F008 25
AA(9)
A6
F011 26
AA(5)
A7
F015 27
AA(3)
A8
B5A,C
F019 28
AA(1)
A9
14
RAS
RAS
RAS_
F069
31
CASL
CASL
LCAS_
F071
30
CASH
CASH
UCAS_
F072
13
WE
WE
WE_
RAM_OE
RAM_OE 29
OE_
F073
11
WE
B 79
DATA 81
J
CASH
100R
10 21 39 50 76 102 112 11 12 13 14 15 F052
47K
3096
2007
7016
PMBT2369
CASL
G 78
VIDEOn
4K7
100R
100R
RAM_CS
RAS
FADING 80
8 STN|BLACK
F053 3042
100R
F070 1 3035-A 8
100R
R 77
3 REF+
47K
B2-
RAM_OE
3010
DISPLAY
INTERFACE
F065
TXT
EPG
CLOSE CAPTION
USA
TXT
2008
9001
10K
3041
150p
VSYNC
3 3034-C 6
CASHn 71 2 3035-B 7
B60
47K
3005
HFB
CASLn 72
F064
4K7
2014
B5B, B4-
100R
RASn 69 4 3035-D 5
HD100
B3-
ROM_OE
ROM_CSn 43 1 3034-A 8
F047
+3V3_INTOTC 3094
100R
DD(14)
RESET
H
DD(13)
100R
D14 33
82 FRAME
RxD
DD(12)
A
D
34
27 46
+3V3_INTOTC
+3V3_INTOTC
TxD
2001
4
D4 23
D12 25
CX-5F
6M
9004 RES
2038
2 3057-B 7 D(3)
9008
F045
SDA-F
100n
100R
DD(2)
DD(3)
32
+5V2_CON
RxD
9003 RES
OTC
100R
DD(2)
GND
27 46
VCC1
470R
+3V3_INTOTC
3001
470R
100R
47p
1 3074-A8
HD@HOME
94 P1-1|T1
2 3055-B 7 D(1)
82p
2 3074-B7
DD(1)
DD(3)
B
WP_
DD(0)
D3 24
D(0)
RP_
DD(1)
2 3056-B 7 D(2)
F061
15
OE_
14
DD(0)
2012
470R
28
B2R-SC3-IN
B2G-SC3-IN
B2B-SC3-IN
F044
93 P1-0|T0
RY|BY_
D1 32
D2 28
E
WE_
D0 36
100R
D(15)
F075 RAM_CS
CE_
10K
82p
2037
F088
3 3074-C6 100R
F060
47p
85 P0-0|SCL0
86 P0-1|SDA0
3061
2011
1 3064-A 8100R
+3V3_INTOTC
82p
2036
87 P0-2|SCL1
11
F025
2 3054-B 7 D(0)
47p
3064-C 6100R
3
100R 2 3064-B7
D
82p
2034
88 P0-3|SDA1
F001
10K
45
BYTE_
12
C
82p
2035
89 P0-4|RxDo
ROM_OE
26
A23 68
2033
B52
SOUND-ENABLE
90 P0-5|TxDo
4 3064-D5
A22 67
2009
4K7
3026
91 P0-6|CORN
+3V3_INTOTC 3029
A(20)
RES
92 P0-7
3053
100R
2010
95 P1-2|T2
6003
1PS76SB10
+5V2_CON
F057
F023
D(14)
F026
A20
F02447
10K
D(13)
43
A19
10
A(20)
+3V3_INTOTC 3031
ROM_CS
150R
470R
+3V3_INTOTC
7009
BC847BW
E
DQ15|A_1
D(12)
41
D(1)
44
2055
AA(17)
3 3052-C 6 A(17)
A18
9
VCC3
A18 63
DQ14
VCC2
99 P1-6|INT3
DQ13
A17
39
42
100u
AA(14)
A16 46
DQ12
A16
D(2)
2016
A15 48
103 P2-0|PWM0
A15
D(3)
40
4K7
104 P2-1|PWM1
470R
3076-D
SCL-S
48
3078-B
10K
27K
F022
D(4)
38
3017
A(16)
35
F077
100R
D(11)
D(5)
10p
F016 2 3049-B 7 A(13)
D(10)
36
D(6)
30
NC
AA(13)
DQ11
D(9)
31
33
VSS2
AA(13)
A14
F033
32
34
VSS1
A14 52
1
D(8)
3065
107 P2-4|ADC2
DQ10
2
F020
D(7)
30
2017
470R
DQ9
A13
44
2039
3090-A
DQ8
A12
D(6)
D(7)
4K7
3
D(5)
42
RES 15K
A(13)
40
1K5
4
100R
DQ7
A11
D(4)
100n
A(12)
4 3051-D 5 A(10)
DQ6
A10
D(3)
38
3016
100R
AA(10)
DQ5
A9
35
A
29
100n
AA(9)
AA(10)
A8
D(2)
10K
AA(9)
A11 58
DQ4
33
9007
RES
3004
A10 60
110 P2-7|ADC5
470R
6001
5
113 P3-0|LED0
A(15)
470R
6
F012
2 3051-B 7 A(9)
A(14)
3024
F010
DQ3
A7
D(1)
3093
A(11)
DQ2
A6
D(0)
31
100u
A(10)
100R
A5
29
MCL4148
100R
4 3052-D 5 A(8)
100R
+3V3_INTOTC
DQ1
+3V3_INTOTC
2040
6002
1 3051-A 8 A(7)
AA(8)
D
A2
PROGRAM
A3 FLASH-RAM
DQ0
A4 (Set SW)
13
100n
7012
37
M29W400BT
25
A(1)
VCC
DQ0
A0
24
A(2)
DQ1
A1
23
A(3)
DQ2
A2
EPG22
A(4)
DQ3
A3
FLASH-RAM
21
A(5)
DQ4
A4
20
A(6)
DQ5
A5
19
A(7)
DQ6
A6
18
A(8)
A7
DQ7
8
A(9)
A8
DQ8
7
A(10)
A9
DQ9
6
A(11)
DQ10
A10
5
A(12)
DQ11
A11
4
A(13)
DQ12
A12
3
A(14)
DQ13
A13
2
A(15)
DQ14
A14
1
A(16)
DQ15|A-1
A15
48
A(17)
A16
17
A(18)
A17
15
RB_
RAM_CS 26
E_
RAM_OE 28
G_
11
WE
W_
12
RP_
47
BYTE_
2013
AA(7)
AA(8)
100R
3077 RES
B
7006
A1 LH28F320BJE
VSS3
100n 2029
AA(7)
A9 62
2 3050-B 7 A(11)
SDA-S
SCL-S
VDDP3
VDDD3
VDDD2
VDDP2
VDDP1
VDD1
A8 61
114 P3-1|LED1
37
13
VCC VCCW
10K
VSS2
100n 2027
100n 2028
100n 2025
100n 2026
100n 2024
VDDN1
115 P3-2
F014 4 3050-D 5 A(12)
B51
SDA-S
3 3051-C 6 A(6)
AA(12)
B54
RESET-AUDIO
AA(6)
3062
VSS1
3073-C
AA(5)
AA(6)
AA(11)
6004
SCL-F
VDDA
470R
7
AA(5)
A7 59
AA(12)
1PS76SB10
SDA-F
100n 2023
470R
2060
100p
3081
3097
470R
100p
3074-D
2061
10K
RES SDM
9006
RES SAM
9005
8
A(9)
A6 57
116 P3-3
150R
4 3008-D 5
B4-
A(8)
117 P3-4
TEST4
F
100R
100R
470R
150R
3 3008-C 6
B6-
18
150R
2 3008-B 7
B1-
19
A(7)
1 3008-A 8
B1B1-
A(6)
100R
4K7
B1-
100R
3 3050-C 6 A(4)
4K7
3002
B1-
1 3049-A 8 A(3)
1 3050-A 8 A(5)
12
A0
20
A(5)
100R
AA(11)
+5V2_CON
B53
AA(2)
A13 54
2020
220R
AA(2)
A3 51
AA(4)
4K7
E
21
3 3049-C 6 A(2)
A12 56
3076-B
F068
22
A(4)
AA(3)
3076-C
3025
A(3)
100R
108 P2-5|ADC3
POR_FLASH
220p
100R
AA(3)
RC
7008
BC847BW
3048-C 6 A(0)
1 3048-A 8 A(1)
AA(4)
470R
P50
3
AA(1)
109 P2-6|ADC4
4K7
3088
B1-
AA(0)
AA(1)
470R
BAT54WS
IRQ-DIGITAL
F081
AA(0)
A2 47
3090-B
2K2
3079
B1-
A1 45
106 P2-3|ADC1
470R
2K2
3069
B1/B4-
105 P2-2|ADC0
3090-C
100n
3044
D
9015
23
A5 55
470R 3073-A
470R
PWM_ANTIMOIRE
A(2)
3047
STANDBY
+3V3_INTOTC
OTC
F066
68R
KEYBOARD
3027
B1-
10K
100p
111
A4 53
3090-D 470R
10K
101
24
118 P3-5|TTD
3033
7010
BC857BW
9016
75
25
A(1)
119 P3-6|TTC
3073-B 470R
100p
3091
49
F021
A(0)
B
470R
470R
2059
2058 470R
STATUS_SC3
B5B-
2K7
3021
4K7
9014
SC3_STATUS
3058 RES+3V3_INTOTC
38
2031
7001
A
11
+3V3_INTOTC
100n
SAA5801H
20
B
10
3099-B
3073-D
+3V3_INTOTC
19
120 P3-7|CBB
NC. 470R 3099-A
F067
10K
SC4_STATUS
B4-
3099-D
120R
+5V2_CON 6K8
RES 3075
B1-
470R
3039
LIGHT-SENSOR
AGC-MONITOR
9
8
+3V3_INTOTC
3009
SEL_IN_1
7
6
EXTERNAL CODE AND DATA INTERFACE
B6-
C
3019
3020
ON-OFF-LED
B1-
6005
PLVA2650A
FRONT-DETECT
B1-
B1-B2-
3068
(DEGAUSS-INPUT)
DEGAUSSING
9
3078-C
3078-D
2022
B4-
IRQ-FTV
5
F042
470R
3059
B
SEL_IN_2
47K
B1-
B10
620R
B6-
3080
B1
10K
+3V3_INTOTC
+3V3_INTOTC
3018
+5V_CON
A
F043
+8V_CON
470R
OTC
4
B2FBL-SC3-IN
3
3099-C
2
4K7
1
10
11
12
13
0015 G1
1001 G3
1401 I13
3040 I2
3041 I1
3042 J1
3099-D B4
6001 E2
6002 F12
F058 I10
F059 J10
F060 E9
1402 I10
2001 G3
2002 G3
2003 J4
2004 J4
3044 E2
3045 J12
3046-A J12
3046-B J12
3046-C I13
6003 E3
6004 D2
6005 A4
7001 A6
7002 F12
F061 D11
F062 J10
F063 J10
F064 H3
F065 H4
2005 J3
2006 J3
2007 J3
2008 H3
3046-D I13
3047 C2
3048-A B7
3048-B D7
7003 G13
7004 G13
7005 E13
7006 A10
F066 A10
F067 B3
F068 E1
F069 G8
2009 I8
2010 I8
2011 I9
2012 I9
2013 F12
3048-C A7
3048-D D7
3049-A B7
3049-B C7
3049-C B7
7007 F10
7008 E1
7009 D3
7010 C3
7011 G2
F070 H7
F071 H8
F072 H9
F073 H9
F074 H9
2014 I1
2016 F13
2017 G12
2019 F10
2020 D1
3049-D C7
3050-A B7
3050-B C7
3050-C B7
3050-D C7
7012 A12
7013 H13
7014 G13
7015 I2
7016 J2
F075 D11
F076 H12
F077 H13
F078 J13
F079 J11
2022 E2
2023 A4
2024 A5
2025 A5
3051-A B7
3051-B C7
3051-C B7
3051-D C7
9001 H2
9002 I1
9003 F1
9004 G1
F080 J13
F081 D1
F082 J13
F083 I3
2026 A5
2027 A6
2028 A6
2029 A6
2031 A9
3052-A D7
3052-B D7
3052-C D7
3052-D C7
3053 D7
9005 A4
9006 A3
9007 F12
9008 J10
9009 J12
F084 I13
F085 J13
F086 I13
F087 I13
F088 F4
2033 H8
2034 H8
2035 H8
2036 H9
2037 H9
3054-A G7
3054-B E7
3054-C F7
3054-D F7
3055-A G7
9010 I12
9011 I12
9012 I12
9013 J12
9014 C1
F089 G12
2038 E9
2039 H12
2040 A12
2052 J12
3055-B E7
3055-C F7
3055-D F7
3056-A G7
9015 D1
9016 C2
F001 D9
F002 H3
2053 J11
2054 J13
2055 J13
2056 I13
2057 I13
3056-B E7
3056-C F7
3056-D F7
3057-A G7
3057-B E7
F003 D9
F004 D7
F005 C9
F006 F9
F007 G9
2058 C2
2059 C2
2060 A4
2061 A3
3001 F3
3057-C E7
3057-D F7
3058 C1
3059 C1
3061 E9
F008 G9
F009 F9
F010 B9
F011 G9
F012 C9
3002 F4
3003 J3
3004 F12
3005 H1
3062 A10
3064-A F3
3064-B E4
3064-C E3
F013 F9
F014 C7
F015 G9
F016 C7
3006 J5
3007-A J5
3007-B J6
3007-C J6
3007-D J6
3064-D E4
3065 G13
3066 G13
3067 H12
3068 A2
F017 F9
F018 C7
F019 G9
F020 C9
F021 A9
3008-A I6
3008-B I7
3008-C I7
3008-D I7
3009 J7
3069 E3
3073-A C4
3073-B C4
3073-C B4
3073-D B4
F022 C9
F023 D9
F024 D9
F025 D9
F026 D11
3010 I7
3011 I7
3012-A I7
3012-B I8
3074-A F2
3074-B F3
3074-C F3
3074-D A3
F027 G11
F028 G11
F029 H11
F030 H11
3012-C I7
3012-D I8
3013 F13
3014 F12
3015 G12
3075 C1
3076-A D4
3076-B D3
3076-C D3
3076-D D4
F031 G11
F032 F11
F033 C11
F034 H11
F035 F11
3016 G12
3017 F13
3018 A2
3019 A2
3020 A2
3077 D3
3078-B C4
3078-C A3
3078-D B3
3079 E3
F036 F11
F037 G11
F038 G11
F039 F11
F040 F11
3021 B2
3024 D2
3025 E1
3026 E3
3027 E2
3080 A1
3081 A4
3088 E3
3090-A C3
3090-B C4
F041 G11
F042 A4
F043 A3
F044 F1
F045 F3
3029 D9
3031 D9
3033 C3
3034-A H6
3090-C C3
3090-D C4
3091 C2
3093 E12
F046 G3
F047 H4
F048 I8
F049 G12
3034-B H7
3034-C G7
3034-D G6
3035-A H7
3035-B H6
3094 H1
3095 I1
3096 J1
3097 A3
3098 J11
F050 G13
F051 F13
F052 J6
F053 J1
F054 I9
3035-C H7
3035-D H6
3039 B2
3099-A B4
3099-B B4
3099-C A4
F055 I9
F056 I8
F057 D7
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
53
Small Signal Board: Anti Moiré
3022 A2
3030 B4
2066 A3
3023 A3
2067 E2
3028 B3
2062 B3
2065 D2
2063 C4
2064 C2
3037 C2
3060 D1
3071 D2
6007 C2
7019 D2
F091 A2
F094 C2
3032 B3
3038 C2
3063 D2
3072 C4
7017 A2
7020 E1
F092 B3
F095 C2
3036 B4
3043 D2
3070 E1
6006 C2
7018 C3
F090 A3
F093 B2
F096 D1
3
2
1
4
+5V_CON
39K
3022
ANTI-MOIRE
Personal Notes:
F097 D2
A
A
F091
2066 F090
47n
3023
B4-
F092
10K
ANTI-MOIRE
BC847BW
22n
2K7
F094
BAS316
7018
1K2
3036
47n
3032
470R
2063
4K7
2062
6007
BAS316
3030
3028
F093
6006
B
+5V_CON
B
PWM_ANTIMOIRE
B5a-
3K3
B5a,B4
3072
7017
BC847BW
C
2K2
3037
22n
F095
3038
2064
C
10K
+5V_CON
1K5
3063
2K7
3060
D
10K
D
150K
3071
3043
2065
7019
BC847BW
F096
100n
F097
2067
B4VSYNC
100n RES
7020
BC847BW
3070
10K
E
E
E_14590_010.eps
220304
8204 000 8259.4
1
2
3
4
E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
54
Small Signal Board: Audio Demodulator
SC2-OUT-L
D/A
SC1_IN_R
7654-B I4
F692 C14
3552 I4
7656-A B12
F693 E14
2509 B12
3553 I5
7656-B B12
F694 E14
2510 D13
3554 I5
7663-A B14
F695 A7
2511 E13
3555 J5
7663-B B14
F696 A8
2512 B9
3556 B14
7664-A C10
F697 A8
2513 B10
3557 C13
7664-B C11
F698 C9
2514 B8
3558 D14
7665-A E10
F699 I14
2515 J9
3559 E13
7665-B E11
2516 C6
2546 G13
3560 E1
3561 E13
7666-A C4
7666-B B4
2547 G13
3562 E1
7667 I5
2548 H13
3563 F13
7668 A6
2549 I13
3564 F1
7669 H10
2550 E3
3567 G1
7670 I9
2551 D2
3568 G14
7674 B6
2552 G2
3569 G14
7675-A A8
2553 H2
3570 G1
7675-B A9
2554 H2
3571 H1
7677 C14
2555 I2
3572 H1
7678-A E14
2556 I7
3573 H13
7678-B E14
2557 I7
2558 I8
3574 I1
3575 I13
7679-A H14
7679-B I14
2559 J7
3576 C1
7680 G13
2560 J7
3577 B2
9520 A8
2561 J8
3578 I14
9521 A8
2562 E1
3579 I14
2563 F1
3601 D12
9523 A7
2564 F1
3602 D12
9603 A3
2565 G1
3603 E12
9604 A2
2566 G1
3604 E12
9606 A1
2567 H1
3605 E12
9607 I6
2568 H1
2569 I1
3606 E12
3607 F12
9608 I6
9609 I6
2570 C1
3608 F12
9610 D13
2571 C2
3609 F12
9611 G11
2572 C14
3612 G13
9632 H13
2573 C13
3613 G13
9642 D13
2574 D14
3614 I14
9645 E13
2575 E13
3615 I14
9652 E1
2576 E13
3616 G14
9676 J12
2577 F14
3617 I9
9677 J12
2580 G14
3618 H9
9682 H7
2581 G14
2582 I13
3619 I9
3624 B4
9683 H7
9684 I7
2583 I13
3626 I4
9685 I7
2584 C5
3627 H4
9686 I7
2585 C5
3628 I5
9687 I7
2586 C6
3630 C4
9688 C8
2587 J8
3634 C4
9689 A6
2588 D1
3636 D10
9691 C9
2589 D1
3637 C10
9692 A9
2590 C6
3639 C4
9693 A9
2591 B6
3640 A11
2592 B1
3641 B11
C100 J3
2593 I3
2594 I3
3642 E9
3643 E9
F601 A4
F602 A4
2595 J3
3644 B8
F603 B11
2600 D11
3650 A2
F604 A13
2601 D11
3651 F2
F605 C8
2602 E11
3652 G2
F606 B7
2603 E11
3653 G2
F607 B5
2604 F11
3654 F2
F608 D11
2609 C8
3655 B3
F609 E11
2610 A4
3656 B3
F610 D3
2611 A4
3657 D10
F611 D3
2612 H9
3658 C10
F617 I8
2629 B11
2630 A13
3659 A13
3663 B13
F618 I8
F619 I8
2632 C5
3664 B14
F620 B2
2634 C5
3666 E10
F622 B2
2637 A11
3667 E10
F623 E1
2640 B6
3668 F10
F624 D2
3669 F10
F625 H2
2644 D9
3670 E10
F626 G2
2645 E9
3671 E10
F627 G2
2646 C10
3673 G12
F628 F2
2649 E9
3675 B12
F629 E3
2651 E4
2652 E4
3676 B11
3677 B13
F630 E2
F631 H8
2653 D2
3680 A13
F632 H8
2654 D3
3681 A11
F633 I8
2659 E2
3682 B12
F634 I8
2660 F2
3683 H13
F637 C8
2661 F2
3684 H2
F638 C8
2662 G2
3685 I2
F639 C5
2663 F2
3686 H2
F641 H13
2664 G2
3687 I2
F642 I13
2665 A3
3688 G2
F643 C5
2666 A4
3689 H2
F644 E3
2667 H7
2668 H8
3690 G2
3691 H2
F645 D2
F646 D2
2670 A2
3692 E2
F647 E2
2673 B11
3693 E2
F648 B12
2674 A11
3694 E2
F649 C5
2677 C8
3695 F2
F650 C6
2678 C8
3698 C10
F651 C7
2679 G9
3699 B4
F652 C2
2680 G9
5651 A3
F653 B13
2681 D4
5652 A3
F654 B11
2682 D3
5653 C8
F655 D10
2686 F9
2687 G10
5654 A5
5655 E4
F656 E9
F657 E10
2690 B6
5656 A1
F658 F9
2691 B6
5657 H7
F659 C10
2693 A5
5658 H7
F660 H3
2694 F9
5659 I7
F661 H3
2695 A1
5660 I7
F662 I14
9676 *
2697 I3
5661 I7
F663 F10
2698 I3
5662 I7
F664 C9
9677 *
2699 A11
5663 C1
F665 E10
3519 A7
5664 C6
F666 D2
3520 C12
5665 C6
F667 A11
3521 E13
3522 E13
5666 J7
5667 D1
F668 E9
F669 B2
3523 A7
5668 D1
F670 B11
3524 A9
5669 C7
F671 A2
3525 A9
5670 C7
F673 A3
3526 A10
5671 J10
F674 A3
28
SC1_OUT_L
29
3677
3
4
120K
120K
A
A
5
6
7
8
*
+8V_AUD
+8V_AUD
MUXDX
3556
100R
1n
2572
1n
2574
1n
2575
*
1n
*
*
G 2643 C10
2581
1n
B5SEL_IN_2
3616
2K7
9632
*
H
11
7669
LE80AB
IN
F641
15
OUT
INH
NC
1
B77
2548
+8VC
2y0
10
7679-A
100R
10u
1
2y1
4
B1R-SC2-OUT
3573
2
4
GND
2 3
5
6 7
9
3y0
2549
VEE GND
*
7
5671
+3V3_FBX
F642 10u
8
A
A
30R
10
F699
3578 1K
MUTE_SSB
BC847BS
B78
3y1
9
B110n L-SC1_AV-OUT
A
3
B1L-SC2-OUT
3575
7679-B
100R
I
F662
3579 1K
MUTE_SSB
BC847BS
J
B1AUDIO-C
30R
*
100R
*
2582
10K
8
7670
BC847BW
5672
*3569
BC847BW
6
14
*
47K
3613
100R
*7680
1u
3618
1K
*
5
+3V3_SIM
3663
3612
R-SC1_AV-OUT
B12580
13
R-HEADPHONE
B7-
10
G3
1y0
B7L-HEADPHONE
100p
F686
RES 2587
*
*
*
3568
47K
7652
74HC4053
16
12
100p
F619 9
F
2577 1n
*
* 3673
1y1
*
B1AUDIO-R
100R
2546
1n
2687
2679
100n
10u
2680
F618 8
100p
PIP_AUD_IN
7
RES 2561
V-PIP+MAIN-IN
*
MUTE_SSB
3563
A
*
*
F694
3530 1K
BC847BS
10K
A
F617 6
* 9685 *
* 9686 * 5661
* 9687 * 5662
* 5666
100p
22K
U-PIP+MAIN-IN
5
5660
RES 2560
3553
Y-PIP+MAIN-IN
F634 4
100K
8
2576
*
E
SELECT_AUDIO_LR
7678-B
*
+8VA
10K
*
*
1n
9610
1u
100K
3521
3y1
VEE GND
A
100R
1u
F693
3529 1K
MUTE_SSB
BC847BS
B1L-CL_VL-OUT
3
*
B1R-CL_VL-OUT
7678-A
2511 3561
9
3y0
100R
3522
220K
3606
5
B1AUDIO-L
D
1u
F663
2515
100p
RES
2558
*
2
F633 3
100p
100p
RES
2557
*
100p
9608
9609
RES
2556
22K
*
SELECT_AUDIO_LR
8204 000 8258.3
*
7667
BC847BW
F682
MUTE_SW
A
3554
*
3552
F681
1n
2595
F632
180R
47K
3547
2573
120K
10
10u
2547
3619
10K
F685
10K
*
* 5658
* 5659
RES 2559
A
*
*9683
*9684
9682
* * *
22K
A
U50
B2/B3-126
B2/B3-127
22K
*
+8VA
B2/B3-125
V50
*
3555
100n
2698
*
2u2
2697
470p
*
Y50
AUDIO-C
B1-
3559
1
7
2604
1K
MUTE_SSB
100R
2y1
VCC
F631 1*
* 3528
BC847BW
11
2y0
C
F692
3558
2
*
A
2603
B69
*
A
15
1u
*
9642
14
MUXDX
9645
1K
7677
B1AUDIO-SL
B71
4
3605
*
6
2510
220K
3604
2602
*
A
AUDIO-C
47K
3520
22K
3601
3602
120K
G3
*
1y1
A
B1-
*
*
B
1K
A
7653
74HC4053
1y0
B76
5657
*
*
1u
F609
1K2
100K
*
*
VCC
*
3603
*
A
1682
*
2
F653
10u F648
2509
3675
180R
*
*
12
*
2612 +8V_AUD
CX-5F
18M432
*
+8VA
A
3617
+5DA
3680
3659
1K2
3545
3681
150K
100K
3676
3544
1K2
3671
150K
1n
1n
2673
3636
270R
56K
3657
3666
150K
3670
4
BC847BPN
7663-B
5
6
3
7663-A
B73
BC847BPN
1 3664
100R
1K2
3698
3658
150K
82K
3637
1n
F668
55 13 14 15
54
3628
*
150K
2555
22K
RES
3687
F684
7654-B
BC847BS
1n
2594
2
47K
3527
100R
10u
220n
RES 2513
2512
SC1_OUT_R
NC5
NC4
61 64 49
F675
9607
*
COMPONENTS WITH DIVERSITY
1
3551 D2
2508 C8
13
26
3p3
A
F683
330n
1
3627
* 7654-A
BC847BS
2503
6K8
2601
25
XTAL_OUT
XTAL_IN
AVSUP
AUDIO PLL
2668
F660
470p
22K
*
3685
F691 A8
2507 E2
2u2
B70
57 58 59 60
53
NC3
D-CTR-IO0
D-CTR-IO1
NC2
NC1
AUD-CL-OUT
TESTEN
11
+8VA
1n
C100
*
F657
330n
A
*
2554
330n
7654-A H4
*3557
9611
56
DVSS
TP1
AVSS
ASG0
ASG1
ASG2
AHVSS
VREF1
VREF2
F626
3p3
22K
6K8
RES
3686
100R
1n
2568
3572
2502
3550 E3
F604
10u
A
*
3684
F689 A9
F690 A10
2506 E2
SC1_IN_L
2667
330n
F688 A9
7652 H12
7653 D13
47K
470p
44
SC2-OUT-R
SCART-L
7651 D4
3546 D10
3547 B13
47K
SC2_IN_L
3545 A12
2504 G2
2505 H2
A
22K
D/A
SCART 1
45
18
2
A
SCART-R
2503 I2
16
*
4
7665-B
5
6
3
7665-A
BC847BPN
1
F658
for MSP3410D only
SC2_IN_R
F687 A6
3683
SC3-IN-L
6658 A10
1n
3614
SCART-R
A/D
F625
0017
1
100R
3643
21
DACA-L
D/A
HEADPHONE L
3544 B11
*
1n
3615
42
2593
0016
A
2u2
2645
3642
20
17
BC847BPN
F665
34 F656
DACA-R
HEADPHONE
SCART 2
F627
470p
6K8
1n
2569
I
2644
23
100R
D/A
HEADPHONE R
2502 H2
B72
1K
3608
SCART-L
F686 J8
2583
470p
2663
38
41
2553
100R
RES
3691
2505
100R
2649
1651
*
3574
F698 9691
24
2694
A/D
F685 I5
6657 A10
*
3607
SC3-IN-R
*
220K
39
6656 A7
3540 A6
1u
22
1n
SC4-IN-L
A
*
SC4-IN-R
35
*
*
3609
DACM_L
D/A
LOUDSPEAKER L
3533 B5
2501 E4
220K
D/A
LOUDSPEAKER
MONO_IN
1683 C7
1u
16
3669
IDENT
6654 B6
* 2600 *
B68
A
82K
AGNDC
LOUDSPEAKER R
3532 B6
*
1K
3667
DACM-SUB
NICAM A
NICAM B
DSP
1682 H8
+8VA
10
2686
470p
2660
36
3626
B1L-SC1_AV1-IN
F655
56K
ANA_IN1+
6653 C8
4
BC847BPN
7656-B
3
5
6
7656-A
BC847BPN
1 3682
2
5
6
3
7664-A
BC847BPN
1 3546
F608
2
330n
63
F661
R-SC1_AV1-IN
2674
+5V2
3524
100K
BAT54 COL
DACM-S
SCART 3
330n
3689
B1-
J
9688
I2SL/R
FM1
NICAM
DECODER
3531 C1
*
F654
*
*
CAPL-M
RESETQ
2504
3571
1n
2567
H
F664
3668
ANA-IN2+
*
A
FM2
19 27 33 37 40 43 48
B1L-SC2_AV2-IN
4R7
3644
I2SL/R
DEMODULATOR
470p
6K8
2643
B67
22u
1K
5655
47
F628
2552
100R
*
22K
3688
2u2
A
B66
1n
100n
2681
10u
ANA_IN-
F682 J4
1681 C2
* 2630
BC847BPN
4 7664-B
F659
+5DB
STANDBYQ
DACM-C
51
*
A
2646
SCART 4
330n
RES
3690
3570
1n
2566
B1R-SC2_AV2-IN
RES
6653
10u
32
CAPL-A
30
+8VC
SCART Switching Facilities
G
9522
15n
RES
2514
BZX384-C10
1n
6652
10u
2677
2678
100MHZ
31
I2S-DA-IN2
I2S-DA-IN1
12
F681 J3
6652 C8
A
*
F638
I2S INTERFACE
VREFTOP
IDENT
2662
6K8
100u
2609
1
2
3
100MHZ
RES 5670
I2S-DA-OUT1
100p
RES 2590
100MHZ
RES 5669
6
*
NC6
*
100K
220n
10u
5
4
3699
2640
RES
2591
1n
100p
100MHZ
RES 5665
5
for MSP3415D only
3653
3523
1K
3532
RES
6654
MCL4148
1K2
180K
100p
RES 2585
100p
RES5664
3
5653
DVSUP
B65
330n
22K
4
F637
F680 C2
6651 D3
*
DACM_R
F630
2661
6K8
62
9
*
F675 H6
6650 A3
3530 E14
F603
330n
+8VA
100n
RES
3550
470p
2659
22K
22K
RES
3695
*
1n
100R
2652
47p
2501 52
2651 47p
50
330p
2664
3567
I2C_DA
330n
3654
1n
2564
100R
2565
6K8
2
46
2550 F644
F629
2507
22K
3564
B1L-FRONT-IN
*
3693
RES
3651
B1R-FRONT-IN
2506
330n
RES
3652
2563
*
100R
*
RES
3694
6K8
1n
2562
100R
3562
SNDL-SC3-IN
B4-
F
3692
1n
*
3560
2682
470p
F647
F623
SNDR-SC3-IN
B4-
RES 6651
2654
3n3
2551
9652
*
I2C_CL
*
+8VA
330n
*
7
F651
5672 J9
3528 C14
3529 E14
1680 B2
*
2u2
3641 F670 2629
F610
F611
1K
PIP_AUDIO
1
A
270R
F666 2653
**
PIP_AUD_IN
B74
TUNER SIM/CONNECTOR
3551
8
B75
I2S-CL
PIP Only
I2S-WS
2
*
7651
MSP3452G
RES 2586
TO 1948
3
100p
RES 2589
RES 2588
100p
F646
*
F605
ADR_SEL
F624
1
N.C.
F650
ADR-CL
*
5668
*
1683
FMN
A
ADR-WS
F645
5667
1681
RES
3527 B10
1651 H8
A
* 2699
+8V_AUD
F649
A
A
0016 I1
0017 I1
+8VA
*
1M5
RES
14
*
3526
F688 680K
9521
F639
A
E
MCL4148 7675-A
BC847BS
13
+8VA
330n
100R
330n
ADR-DA
*
*
6658
F689
3525
12
1u
RES 2584
100p
2571
1n
*
*
* F643
2634
1K
2632
100R
MCL4148
F697
2u2
2516
2
*
I/O 3d SCART
F680
2570
2K7
3576
5
6
8K2
*
*
PDZ-2.7B
7675-B
BC847BS
F696 9520
F691
3640 F667 2637
9693
RES
+8V_AUD
11
6657
9692
+5V_AUD
F606
7674
BC847BW
2691
3630
STATUS_SC3
B5-160
3531
*
6
7666-A
BC847BPN
3639 1
4
F652
*
120R
5663
3624
3
9694
B2CVBS-AV3-IN
TO 1680
5
3634
F622
100n
ANTI-PLOP
CIRCUIT
10
F690
F607
*
A15
2
2690
56K
1
4
7666-B
BC847BPN
3
10K
*
100R
1680
F620
B2SNDL-SC3-IN
10K
+8VA
+8VA
3656
1n 100R
9
RES 6656
9689
F687
100R
3655
B2QSS_AM
10K
RES 9523
3533
3577
2592
B1-
D
F695 3519
2508
F674
RES
BAT54WS
7668
BC857BW
+5DB
F669
VA50
+5V
+5V2
AHVSUP
RES
B1SDA-F
HA50
+5VF
8
+5V2
3540
B2SNDR-SC3-IN
C
F602
5652
5654
+5DB
2R2
B5RESET-AUDIO
B1AUDIO-SW
B
6650
A
A
SCL-F
+5DA
2665
RES
3650
100n
B1 B10
100u
9606
2670
2695
A
6u8
9603
7
1n
+8VA
+8VC
9604
100u
2610
F671
5656
F601
F673 5651
100u
2666
+5V_AUD
6
220p
AUDIO DEMODULATOR
5
MUTE_SSB
4
2693
3
MUTE_SW
2
2n2
2611
1
11
E_14590_011.eps
131204
12
13
14
9522 B9
9694 C2
F683 I4
F684 H5
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
55
Small Signal Board: Headphone Amplifier
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
9
8
2520 A6
2521 A4
2522 C5
HEADPHONE-AMPLIFIER
2523 C5
2524 C4
2525 E5
+8V_AUD
2526 E5
2520
100n
A
2521
F500
5
100n
+8V_AUD
47K
100K
1u
3500
3501
HEADPHONE-L
15K
100K
B1-
C
PDZ-2.4B
6660
6661
3512 B4
3513 B4
3514 C4
3515 D5
A
C
100n
7684-A
BC847BPN
7685-A
BC847BPN
3537
3538
100K
470K
3539 C8
3541 D6
3543 E7
F505 2
4
6660 C8
D
D
7682 B4
7684-A C6
7684-B E6
1u
2530
100K
7684-B
BC847BPN
7685-A C7
7685-B C6
F500 A5
F501 A6
15K
A
A
100K
B1-
A
47K
A
1n
HEADPHONE-R
470p
2578
3506
3543
2525
12K
100p
3509
1n
2532
2526
E
E_14590_012.eps
220304
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
E
F502 A5
F503 C5
F504 D6
F505 D5
F506 B4
F507 B4
A
8204 000 8258.3
1
6661 C8
7681-A C6
7681-B A6
220R
3541
3515
3505
3516 B4
3535 C7
3536 C6
3537 C7
3538 C8
220R
3
7681-A
8 MC33178D
1 F504
3539
A
F503
3501 B6
3504 C5
3505 E5
3506 E6
3509 E5
3510 A4
3511 B5
+5V_AUD
10u
B6-
A
BAS316
A
2596
R-HEADPHONE
2524
47K
3514
+8V_AUD
A
47K
7685-B
BC847BPN
12K
100p
3504
1n
2531
2523
470p
3535
2522
B
1n
3K9
270K
3516
B1 B10
2579
7682
BC847B
100n
3513
2596 C7
3500 B5
3511
F506
2528
2579 B9
4
2529
B
2532 E5
2578 E9
F502 6
150K
F507 3512
3510
+8V_AUD
2531 C5
220R
B6-
3536
L-HEADPHONE
A
7681-B
8 MC33178D
7 F501
2528 B4
2529 B5
2530 D5
9
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
62
Side I/O Panel (PV02 Styling)
Personal Notes:
1
I208 C2
I209 B4
I210 B4
I211 D2
I213 D2
I215 D2
I217 A1
6297 A2
I201 A2
I202 A4
I203 A2
I204 A4
I205 B2
I206 B4
4202 A2
6291 E2
6292 E2
6293 E2
6294 E2
6295 A3
6296 A2
3292 C3
3293 C2
3294 C3
3295 D3
3296 E2
3297 E3
4201 A2
2297 E3
3285 A3
3286 A3
3287 B3
3288 A3
3289 B2
3291 B2
1256-A A1
1256-B A1
2286 A3
2288 B3
2292 C3
2294 C3
2296 E3
0240 A4
0241 C4
0242 C4
1254 D1
1255-A D1
1255-B C1
1255-C B1
2
3
4
SIDE IO PANEL
D
S_VHS
D
C
8
3286
100R
6296
Y6
5
4
4201
3
A
SG02
7
11 10
3285
75R
9
2286
100p
1256-B
YKF51-5347
4202
3
C_FRONT_IN 4
5
2288
100p
3287
75R
SG01
L_FRONT_IN
VIDEO IN
3
6
FRONT_DETECT 7
3289
1K8
2
B
A
Y_CVBS_FRONT 2
3288
100R
6297
0240
EH-B
1
6295
2
YKF51-5347 1
1256-A
B
8
R_FRONT_IN
SG08
9
YKC21-5599 1
1255-C
HP_OUT_L
10
HP_OUT_R 11
3291
1K
LEFT
5
TO 1936 OF
6
C
SG03 C2
SG04 D2
SG05 D2
SG06 E2
SG07 E1
SG08 B2
I218 B2
I219 D3
I220 E2
I221 E2
I222 E2
SG01 B2
SG02 A2
2292
470p
3292
47K
SG03
A7
YKC21-5599 4
1255-B
LSP
C
3293
1K
RIGHT
8
9
2294
470p
3294
47K
SG04
YKC21-5599 7
1255-A
D
1254
YKB21-5101A
3295
3K9
SG05
5
HEADPHONE
D
4
2
3
7
8
6292
SG07
SG06
6293
3296
10K
1
E
2296
10n
3297
10K
2297
10n
E
6291
6294
3139 123 5291.5
1
RES
2
3
E_14590_048.eps
101204
4
E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
64
Side IO Panel (FL13B Styling)
1
2
3
4
5
SIDE I/O
I805
5K6
3848
3K3
10K
75R
3K9
9810
9807
2813
2u2
R
RES (SDM-EMG_S)
3813
2K2
39K
680K
3810
F01810
F01911
1
100p
2804
33K
3805
680p
FROM/TO
1936
OF
3K9
7
R
8
(LSP SSP)
D
GNDB
2805
33K
10
F025
11
F026
3826 120R
E
3842
3830
1980
B4B-EH-A
1
2
3
4
GNDB
GND_C
10n
3829 120R
2834
GNDB
GNDB
10K
3828 120R
10n
3827 120R
1803
680p
6
SOUND R-HEADPHONE-OUT
GND_AUD
9801
9800 F027
I823
3998
F020
150R
F021
GNDB
3
GNDB
4
GND_AUD
5
GNDB
6
F023
TO
TOP
CONTROL
1981
B3B-EH-A
1
2
3
F022
GNDB
3104 313 6002.2
2
L
DETECT
SOUND L-HEADPHONE-OUT
I822
GNDB
4
5
1K
1802
680p
2840
2841
GNDB
C
2
Y
C
GNDB
1
GNDB
1936
EH-B
3
1804
GNDB
8
1
3814
150K
3812
39R
39R
3815
75R
3802
2803
6803
6805
4
7
F
DETECT
I816
GND_AUD
3 F009
B
F017 9
L
3804
2 F008
YKB21
I810
2832
5 F010
1327
F016 8
GND
I809
10K
GND_AUD
E
7811
BC857B
GND
9
BZX284-C10
1800
I820
HEADPHONE-OUT
100u
GND_AUD
F007
6806 BZX284-C10
9
7812
BC857B
GND_AUD
3806
I819
N.C.
F015 7
2811
3835
F006
GND_AUD
9803
8
+8V6
I815
1326-C
R
I808
100p
9804
680p
7
F013 5
1K
2806
6
GND
GND
F014 6
I812
BZX284-C10
5
6804 BZX284-C10
GND_AUD
I821
D
1801
1326-B
L
3
3803
F005
4
3816
6801
CVBS
100u
Y
I818
I811
I814
2
+8V6
A
F012 2
C
BZX284-C6V8
6802 BZX284-C6V8
1805
1326-A
1333
F011 1 EH-B
5800
I807
9805
+8V6
I813
F003
1
I804
3811
1328
5
YKF51-5564
C
3801
I803
33n
SVHS
7813
BC847B
I801
6808
F002
I806
4
2810
1
9806
220n
6807
3
I817
BZX284-C6V8
BZX284-C6V8
Y
CVBS
9
16/9
3846
1806
10K
2807 I802
B
8
3847
4K7
3849
3845
F001
A
2
7
+8V6
c/ 16/9
4
6
TO
1945
LSP
E_14600_015.eps
220304
F024
7
8
9
F
1326-A C1
1326-B C1
1326-C D1
1327 E1
1328 B1
1333 A9
1800 E2
1801 D2
1802 F2
1803 F2
1804 E3
1805 B2
1806 A2
1936 C9
1980 E9
1981 F9
2803 D3
2804 D4
2805 E4
2806 E3
2807 A3
2810 B4
2811 B5
2813 C6
2832 E6
2834 F4
2840 F2
2841 F2
3801 A3
3802 C3
3803 C4
3804 D4
3805 C3
3806 D3
3810 C4
3811 C4
3812 B4
3813 B5
3814 C5
3815 C3
3816 B3
3826 E5
3827 E5
3828 F3
3829 F3
3830 F4
3835 D5
3842 E5
3845 A3
3846 A4
3847 A4
3848 A5
3849 A5
3998 F6
5800 A8
6801 B3
6802 C2
6803 C3
6804 D2
6805 D3
6806 E2
6807 A3
6808 B2
7811 B4
7812 B5
7813 A5
9800 F6
9801 F5
9803 D2
9804 D2
9805 B4
9806 A3
9807 C6
9810 B6
F001 A2
F002 B2
F003 B1
F005 C2
F006 D2
F007 D2
F008 E2
F009 F2
F010 E2
F011 A9
F012 A9
F013 B9
F014 B9
F015 B9
F016 B9
F017 B9
F018 B9
F019 B9
F020 F9
F021 F9
F022 F9
F023 F6
F024 F7
F025 D9
F026 E9
F027 F6
I801 B3
I802 A3
I803 A4
I804 A4
I805 A3
I806 A4
I807 A5
I808 B5
I809 B5
I810 B5
I811 B4
I812 C4
I813 B3
I814 C3
I815 D3
I816 E3
I817 A3
I818 B4
I819 D2
I820 D2
I821 D1
I822 F5
I823 F6
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
66
Top Control Panel (PV02 Styling)
1
3
4
TOP CONTROL PANEL
TO 0215 0215
OF
FRONT
(LSP)
1
2
4091
4092
4093
4094
*3091
560R
*3092
390R
*3093
560R
*3094
I001
3
I002
I006
I003
3086
I005
270R
A
2010
10n
3K3
C-
C+
1091
V+
1093
1095
1092
(EM1)
6092
I009
BAT254
6091
*
1K5
3087
3K3
6093
*
3096
1K5
3098
*
BAT254
2K
3097
3088
BAT85
RES
V-
1094
*
C
MENU BUTTON FOR
5 KEYS CONFIGURATION
MENU
VOICE CONTROL
(RES)
I010
3010
B
I021
3089
1K1
620R
4089
3090
4 Keys
5 Keys
I008
I007
Painter based Painter based ArtistIC based
2010
2010
4091
3091
4092
3091
3092
4093
3092
3093
3093
4094
3090
3094
3094
3095
3095
3089
*
*
3096
3096
3088
3087
3097
4090
I012
3098
4089
3086
4090
6091
1091
4089
1091
1092
6093
1093
1092
1094
1091
1093
1095
1092
1094
1093
PLUG&PLAY
1094
1095
4090
C
*
3095
(A10)
TO 1945 OF
FRONT
B
390R
I004
200R
E
A
2
Layout Top Control Panel
(PV02 Styling) (Top Side)
4R7
0217
1
I011
F001 3011
2
MICROPHONE
1K8
3
3012 I013
0216
470R
4
2012
100n
2011
47u
3V3
F003
2015
47u
7091
NJM2110M
V+
MIC V+
2 EXTMICV+
EXT
MIC V+
2013 I016
3 VIN+
AMPOUT 7
2014 I017 5 VIN- AMP
100n
2020
RES
1n
GND
6
444E
100K
2016
1n
2
E
D
8
1 MICV+
F002
3 OUT1
2019
RES
13.7K
D
1090
RT-01T
1
AMPNFB
4
E
1
GND
2017
F004
I019
1u
2018
I020
1u
0215
0216
0217
1090
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
2011
2015
6092
3139 123 5440.5
A1
D1
C1
D1
A1
A1
B1
C1
B1
D1
D1
A1
2010 A1
2018 D1
3086 B1
3092 A1
3098 B1
4092 A1
2012 C1
2019 D1
3087 B1
3093 A1
4010 C1
4093 A1
2013 C1
2020 D1
3088 A1
3094 A1
4011 D1
4094 A1
2014 C1
3010 D1
3089 A1
3095 B1
4089 A1
6091 B1
2016 C1
3011 C1
3090 A1
3096 B1
4090 A1
6093 B1
2017 C1
3012 C1
3091 A1
3097 B1
4091 A1
7091 C1
CL 36532017_037.eps
081204
E_14590_043.eps
081204
3139 123 5440.5
1
0215 A1
0216 E1
0217 D1
1090 D2
1091 B2
1092 B3
1093 B4
1094 B4
1095 B3
2010 A1
2011 D2
2012 D2
2013 E2
2014 E3
2015 E2
2016 E3
2017 E4
2018 E4
2019 D3
2020 E2
3010 D2
3011 D2
3012 E2
3086 A4
3087 B4
3088 B3
3089 B3
3090 B2
3091 A1
3092 A2
3093 A2
3094 A3
3095 A4
3096 B4
3097 B3
3098 B3
4089 B2
4090 B2
4091 A2
4092 A2
4093 A2
4094 A3
6091 B4
6092 B4
6093 B3
7091 D3
F001 D2
F002 E2
F003 E2
F004 E2
I001 A1
I002 A2
I003 A3
I004 A4
I005 A4
I006 A2
I007 B2
I008 B3
I009 B4
I010 D2
I011 D2
I012 C3
I013 D2
I016 D2
I017 E3
I019 E4
I020 E4
I021 B3
Layout Top Control Panel
(PV02 Styling) (Bottom Side)
2
3
4
3139_123_5440.5
CL 36532017_038.eps
081204
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
67
Top Control Panel (FL13B Styling)
1
2
Personal Notes:
3
TOP CONTROL
VOLUME 3104
SKQNAB
390R
A
1701
I105
A
VOLUME +
3013
SKQNAB
200R
B
1702
I109
B
MENU
3101
1705
I108
0345 C3
1701 A2
1702 A2
1703 C2
1704 B2
1705 B2
3008 C1
3010 B1
3013 A1
3101 B1
3104 A1
3999 D2
F001 C3
F002 C3
F006 D2
F007 D2
I105 A2
I106 B2
I107 C2
I108 B2
I109 A2
SKQNAB
2K0
CHANNEL 3010
SKQNAB
1K1
C
1704
I106
C
CHANNEL +
3008
620R
0345
F001
1703
I107
F002
1
2
3
4
SKQNAB
S4B-EH
D
D
F006
3999
F007
10K
E_14600_018.eps
021204
3104 313 6022.2
1
2
3
E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
69
CRT Panel
0031 F7
1237-A G13
1298-B G12
1298-C G11
1434 H13
1435 D9
2313 F4
2315 B5
2325 A7
2330 B8
2408 H7
2409 C7
2426 C4
3300 A5
3312 C6
3316 C8
3337 E5
3338 F8
3352 F7
3354 F6
3403 H3
3404 G3
3419 A8
3420 A10
3999 F2
5300 B11
6401 H5
7300 A6
9311 B12
9317 B11
9406 G6
9407 G4
F013 H13
F017 F9
F155 F3
F156 F2
I108 B7
I109 B7
I119 G11
I120 B8
I134 F5
I135 F6
I147 D3
I148 A10
I165 B12
I166 A10
I177 B7
I178 B7
I191 B11
I192 G5
1237-B G9
1237-C G11
1237-D E9
1237-E G12
1298-D E9
1298-E G12
1298-F F9
1298-G G9
1483 B13
1940 D2
2300 A8
2301 A5
2316 F5
2317 H13
2318 H11
2319 G7
2332 C2
2333 C2
2334 D2
2336 H7
2410 B3
2411 B5
2412 C4
2420 A7
3301 A8
3302 A7
3303 A6
3304 A8
3318 C8
3319 C8
3323 B7
3324 B8
3339 E8
3340 E8
3341 F4
3342 D4
3355 A9
3356 B12
3357 C9
3358 C2
3405 C7
3410 B3
3411 B3
3412 A4
3421 A10
3422 A10
3423 B10
3424 B10
5302 A11
5303 B11
5400 H4
6300 B7
7301 A7
7302 A10
7303 C10
7304 C7
9318 B11
9320 F2
9321 F2
9400 G7
9408 G4
9409 C4
9410 B4
9411 G3
F018 E9
F019 E9
F020 G9
F021 H13
F157 F1
F158 H3
I100 A5
I101 A5
I110 A6
I111 B6
I112 B3
I113 B3
I121 C8
I122 B4
I125 D5
I126 E5
I136 G11
I137 F7
I138 F4
I139 A7
I151 B10
I152 D3
I153 B4
I155 C10
I167 C9
I168 B5
I169 A9
I170 A8
I179 B7
I180 B8
I182 B7
I184 G2
I193 G6
I194 G6
I196 A7
I197 A7
1237-F F9
1237-G F9
1237-H H9
1237-I E9
1298-A G12
1298-H G9
1298-I E9
1298-J G9
1298-K H9
1424 H1
2302 A5
2304 A8
2306 C6
2307 B8
2309 C8
2320 F6
2321 E5
2322 E5
2323 F5
2324 H13
2403 H6
2404 H6
2405 H5
2406 H6
2407 G6
2421 C11
2422 C9
2423 B9
2424 A10
2425 G2
3306 B7
3307 B6
3308 B8
3310 B13
3311 C6
3325 B5
3329 B7
3334 H10
3335 E5
3336 F5
3345 G7
3347 H12
3349 H11
3350 E7
3351 E7
3359 C2
3360 D2
3370 H11
3401 G4
3402 G7
3413 C4
3414 B4
3416 A7
3417 G2
3418 B5
3425 B10
3426 C10
3427 D10
3428 A6
3429 C4
6301 B7
6305 E7
6306 E7
6307 F7
6310 F6
7307 E5
7308 B4
7309 A10
7310 B10
9310 A12
9401 H5
9402 A11
9403 C11
9404 A8
9405 E2
9412 G9
9413 G9
9414 G1
9416 H9
F004 F4
F128 G9
F130 H9
F148 E4
F149 E4
F151 E3
I102 A6
I103 A8
I104 A11
I105 D9
I106 A6
I114 B3
I115 B6
I116 B4
I117 B5
I118 B4
I127 E6
I129 E7
I130 E5
I131 E6
I133 E7
I140 F6
I141 H13
I142 H12
I144 B8
I146 B11
I156 G4
I157 D3
I162 E2
I163 H8
I164 B12
I171 C9
I172 C9
I173 A5
I174 A6
I176 A7
I185 G2
I186 G3
I187 G3
I188 G4
I189 H3
I198 B7
I199 C7
3
4
5
6
7
CRT ECO PANEL
2K7
3301
100n
RES
33K
3421
3423
33K
39R
GND_RGB
GND_RGB
0V5
I130
3V 3 VI3
G
VO3 7
I131
GND
2322
I135
0V7
CG
I137
F017
1K
1237-F
9
PTP-EMGS
9401
GND_LS1
F15
BYV29X-500
RES
3n3
3349
1K
I119
1K
3310
GND_RGB
H2
*
*
I141
GND_RGB
1K5
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1434
FROM LOT
TO
2
F021
3
PCB-TAB4.8x0.5
F013 1
3347
200V
2
SG1
FG2
10n
FG1
I142
3104 313 6567.4
1
1237-A
1
I136
1237-H
11
10n
2336
1K
RES
I189
7 200V
3334
+8V
GNDB
GND_SSB
GND_LS1
2403
0V
100u
6
6401 RES
2404
0V
F130 GND
1298-K
13
RES
GND_LS1
100u
5
GND1
9416
I163
6V
LINE DEFLECTION
H
9413
GND_RGB 1237-B
5
G
FROM
LOT
2317
470p
10n
22u
150R
2408
F158
3R3
3 X-RAY-PROT_HFB
4 EHT-INFO
9406
2407 RES
RES
2405 RES
5400
H1
1298-J
12
2324
2 Filament Pulses0V
3402
I188
3403
0V
2406
1 GND LS2
I193
100R
10n
I185
1424
FROM
1424
I187
2319
I186
9408
3401
3R3
I184
9412
9400
RES
EHT
1298-B
2
H2
1298-H
F020 10
FOCUSB
I192
1298-A
1
1298-G
F128 9
FOCUSA
H1
33R
9407
GND_LS1
F
G2
3345
3417
3n3
2425
10R
I194
3404
Red
CR
100n
GND_RGB
GND_RGB
G
1298-F
8
1237-G
10
GND_RGB
I156
9411
CRT
Green
CG
CR
RES
RES
9414
2421
3427
F9
2K2
2320
MCL4148
6310
1237-D
7
3338
136V
+8V
100n
10u
2316
I138
1K
1298-D
6
1237-E
8
150R
2313
F155
CB
F018
3339
0031
3354
I140
GND_RGB
3352
470R
68p RES
9320
I133
136V
B
9321
RES 3341
470R
F6
I134
2323
1K2
136V
VG2
F156
3351
E
G2
68p RES
3336
4
F3
F8
Blue
CB
1298-E
7
CUT OFF
F5
1237-I
12
VG1
3335
GND_RGB
136V
1298-I
11
F019
1K
G1
5V6
11
F149
F151
VO2 8
311V
470R
G1
10
3V 2 VI2
3340
1237-C
6
0V
G
F2
I127
F7
I129
3350
134V
VO1 9
2322593
B-CRT
3V 1 VI1
1298-C
5
9
F4
IOM 5
B
68p RES I126
V
3V
R
5V7
3370
G-CRT
220V
6
VDD
2318
R-CRT
2321
22n
7
7307
TDA6108JF
F1
+8V
BAS321
+8V
8
GND_SSB
D
1099
BAS321
F148
9405
6
3V
GND_LS1
AQUADAC
1435
220V
470R
3337
R
F
0VI155
RGB AMPLIFIER
I125
6305
3342
I152
I147
6306
EHT-INFO
I157
BAS321
GND_SSB
5 I162 Y-SCAVEM ln
3999
C
GND_RGB
I105
F004
F157
COIL
I165
41V
GND_RGB
6307
E
9311
1
4
3V
9318
I191
7303
I167
10K
3
0V
TUNER and
SIM CONN.
B
9403
33K
BCP56
3426
2422
22n
7310
1K5
10R
1
0V
TO
SCAVEM
3
I171
GND_RGB
2 HFB_X-RAY-PROT
0V
10
1K
3308
3316
3425
18p
3360
FROM
1940
2
1
3356
3304
22n
2423
33K
5303
BCP56
10K
2334
0V
1
3357
18p
3359
0V
1483
I164
S13974
RES
3424
4R7
3318
100K
I121
22n
0V
GND_RGB
470n
330R
2426
3429
I151
I172
2309
GND_RGB
10K
2333
SC3
6
5300
3
22n
I199
3405
2K2
100n
3312
2306
56R
GND_RGB
9310
5
9317
I120
BF824
470n
C
3311
33p
9409
I104
5302
I146
I144
2V5
1V8
RES
2307
F13
I109
I182
7309
GND_RGB
3324
I108
I198
2409
18p
3358
330R
2412
3413
GND_RGB
2332
820R
22u
2330
BCP53
1K5
100K
I179
A
F14
9402
39R
4R7
3323
MCL4148
6301
I117
220p
I168
I180
84V
41V
I170
3319
10R
I153
2304
22n
3306
83V
I169
10R
820R
RES
9410
7308
I178
F
BCP53
3422
F12
I177
0V7
2315
3418
I196
I197
10R
F10
7302
GND_RGB
7304
D
14
I166
3355
2V5
3329
100n
2411
3410
100K
3307
2V5
3325
I118
100K
F11
I115
I116
3414
10R
3411
7300
BFS20
I111
GND_RGB
1940
13
I148
2424
BFS20
3V2
100K
I176
1V8
GND_RGB
7301
3428
I174
GND_RGB
I114
I113
I106
6p8
BFS20
470n
8V1
MCL4148
2302
I122
CRT PANEL
12
3420
2300
220u
2301
3412
15R
+8V
2410
11
9404
I139
I110
GND_RGB
2K7
I103
1K5
10R
+8V
470n
2420
I102
3303
I100
I101
1K8
3302
3300
I173
A
I112
10
200V
+8V
B
9
3419
SCAVEM
6300
F
8
2325
2
3416
1
LINE DEFLECTION
GND_LS1
13
E_14600_024.eps
101204
14
H
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
71
DC Shift Panel
Personal Notes:
DC-SHIFT
318
N.C.
A
1430
1
400mA
MP 40
2
5430
9493
1
TO 1419
I
2
DAF
4
5493
317 B1
318 A1
1430 A3
2430 B3
2431 B4
2493 B2
5430 A3
5493 B2
6430 B3
6431 B4
6432 B3
6433 B4
3
317
BYD33V
6433
470p
6431
2431
470p
2430
BY228/20
68n
BY228/20
2493
6430
2
BYD33V
CU15
6432
1
B
C
E_14600_047.eps
250304
3104 303 3654.5
1
2
3
4
Layout DC Shift Panel
317 A3
318 A2
1430 A2
2430 A2
2431 A1
2493 A3
3104 303 3654.5
5430 A1
5493 A3
6430 A2
6431 A2
6432 A2
6433 A2
9493 A3
E_14600_048.eps
250304
E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
72
I/O 3rd Scart (PV02 Styling)
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
9
10
I/O 3rd SCART
I503
I561
680n
BC807-40
PH-S
10K
1402
+11V_IO
I532
+5V_IO
C
3519
5
75R
4K7
4
I533
10K
GND_VID
I544
IO_3
I535
3524
9501
TO 1402
7507
BC847CW
100K
OF
9504
75R
+5V_IO
F539
3544
2513
MUXDX
100R
GND
GND_AUD
15
GND_VID GND_VID GND_VID
1201
GND
1272
1
2
3
4
GND_AUD
9
8
GND_VID GND_VID GND_VID
I539
1937
FROM / TO
1680 OF
I537
GND_AUD_SC
F514
3
4
5
SNDL_SC3
3 A2
H1
GND
3520
SCL2
I538
I529
100R
GND_VID1
F516
3521
SDA2
CVBS_AV3in
6
STATUS_SC3
I530
15 SDA
INPUT
FILTER
H2
F518
2514
100n
16 VDD
I
4
P1
5
P2
6
P3
7
SHIFT 8 BIT I/O
P4
REGISTER
PORTS
9
14 SCL
100R
+5V_IO
P0
2
I C BUS
CONTROL
POWER-ON
RESET
8 VSS
P5
10
P6
11
P7
12
I546
AUDIO_SL_TM
+11V
OISW
I534
10
2510
9
100n
GND_AUD
I502
I540
+5V
7508
BC847B
I565
8
7
6
IO_3
IO_6
I531
F525
I526
SCL2
3546
GND
SDA2
+5V_IO
3
2
100n
H
470R
3535
GND_AUD
GND
9532
GND_AUD_SC
GND
FROM
1937
I547
1K0
GND_VID
4
IO_4
3999
GND_VID
5
I524
GND_VID1
9530
I536
3531
2
2 A1
SNDR_SC3
LP FILTER
2511
I548
BC857B
7509
470R
F512
1
INTERRUPT
LOGIC
33K
H
1 A0
3529
GND
GND_VID
I566
I564
13 INT_
1680
47R
3532
1
1K0
I/O EXPANDER
3530
7501
PCF8574T
82K
2
SDA2
3534
1n0
2503
100n
2502
1R5
GND
SCL2
+5V_IO
G
9525
3
+5V_IO
I500
+5V
I506
+8V
4
H5
I501
S3B-EH
I563
5
GND
3500
1
2
3
7
6
GND
G
1952
+8V
GND VEE
7
+5V
75R
100p
2507
1R5
100n
2506
I512
1504
+11V_IO
+11V
3533
I511
6506
I510
BZX384-C6V8
3505
I568
GND_VID
3
3y1
8
+8V
9541
5
3y0
CVBS_AV3in
100R
F
S3B-EH
9
H6
GND_AUD
9505
10
3512
GND
1
2y1
CVBS_AV3in
E
I567
2
2y0
10
OISW
3
1 YKB21-5157
1339
13
1y1
75R
3545
12
1y0
11
I554
9510
BZX384-C6V8
14
I528
100n
2516
75R
GND
AUDIO_SL_TM
BZX384-C6V8
+8V
7515
16
74HC4053
6
G3 VCC
GND_VID GND_VID GND_VID
6504
7505
BC847B
9509
150R
6505
I525
100K
3543
BZX384-C6V8
6511
1506
3516
IO_6
I553 2
I542
3518
150R
100R
6512
I527
3517
1503
9503
STATUS_SC3
BZX384-C6V8
SURROUND JACK
100K
3542
1505
I523
PILOT_MUTE
GND_VID GND_VID GND_VID
F
D
3515
I552
E
B
GND
GND_AUD
220p
100R
3526
F511
GND_VID
3541
BZX384-C6V8
6510
21
1507
CVBSin
10
15V
GND
100R
F537
20
7504
BC847B
22K
3509
3539
BZX384-C6V8
F535
GND_VID GND_VID GND_VID
GND_VID
7
F534 3
3538
3540
19
D
TRANSMITTER
9
2
17
18
WIRELESS
6
7506
F533
GND_VID
F536
I521
3511
GND
100R
GND_VID
R
FBL
5
I2C_MUTE
10K
IO_4
F531 1
6509
15
16
3510
SNDL_SC3
680n
GND_AUD_SC
1508
13
14
BZX384-C12
I545
A
4
8
220p
3528
2508
100K
GND_AUD_SC GND
GND
12
I509
22K
3523
F532
GND_VID
G
6507
C
11
6K8
BZX384-C6V8
6503
9
10
I520
AUDIO_SL_S_TM
3527
3522
I518
BZX384-C6V8
I519
1501
F502
10K
I543
+5V_IO
GND_AUD_SC
3508
6502
8
100p
1502
B
2509
7
I549
I517
3
GND_AUD
GND
1K0
3rd
SCART
I541
SDA2
I516
GND_AUD_SC
F501
6
I515
GND
BC847B
5
B
I522
3514
47K
Res
GND_AUD_SC
3507
SND_Lin
2
I507
3503
3525
GND
I504
1
I513
9502
3
4
H
1690
F504
SCL2_TM
100R
2515
SND_Rin
I562
7502
BZX384-C6V8
6501
1
H4
BC847B
10K
SCL2
1992
SDA2_TM
3513
100R
I514
3506
IO_4
SNDR_SC3
10n
Res
I508
2500
22K
6500
100p
2504
1500
6K8
BZX384-C6V8
1K0
A
I505
3502
3504
3501
F500
13
H3
7503
2
12
2517
H
11
470R
1
9533
GND_VID
9506
GND
GND_VID
1
1K0
GND
TUNER / SIM CONNECTOR
GND
E_14590_044.eps
081204
8204 000 6582.4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
I
1201 F8
1272 F12
1339 E13
1402 C6
1500 A3
1501 B2
1502 B3
1503 E12
1504 G3
1505 F3
1506 E4
1507 D3
1508 C4
1680 H1
1690 A12
1937 H8
1952 F12
1992 A2
2500 A5
2502 H2
2503 H2
2504 A4
2506 G2
2507 G2
2508 B5
2509 B4
2510 H9
2511 G11
2513 E11
2514 I3
2515 C9
2516 E10
2517 B11
3500 G1
3501 A4
3502 A5
3503 A8
3504 A5
3505 G1
3506 A8
3507 B4
3508 B5
3509 B5
3510 B7
3511 B7
3512 F5
3513 A10
3514 A10
3515 D8
3516 E7
3517 D11
3518 D11
3519 C8
3520 H3
3521 I3
3522 C9
3523 C9
3524 D9
3525 D9
3526 D2
3527 A10
3528 B11
3529 H10
3530 G10
3531 H10
3532 G11
3533 G4
3534 H10
3535 H10
3538 C5
3539 C5
3540 D4
3541 D4
3542 E5
3543 E4
3544 E4
3545 F4
3546 I6
3999 H12
6500 A4
6501 A4
6502 B4
6503 C4
6504 E12
6505 E12
6506 G3
6507 C2
6509 C5
6510 D4
6511 E4
6512 F3
7501 H4
7502 A8
7503 A9
7504 B8
7505 E8
7506 B9
7507 D10
7508 H10
7509 H11
7515 E10
9501 D8
9502 B9
9503 D11
9504 D11
9505 F10
9506 I10
9509 D12
9510 E12
9525 G12
9530 H12
9532 H12
9533 I12
9541 F12
F500 B2
F501 B2
F502 B2
F504 A11
F511 D2
F512 H2
F514 H2
F516 I2
F518 I2
F525 I8
F531 C6
F532 C3
F533 C6
F534 C6
F535 C6
F536 D3
F537 D3
F539 E6
I500 G1
I501 G1
I502 H7
I503 A4
I504 B2
I505 A5
I506 G1
I507 A8
I508 A4
I509 A12
I510 G1
I511 G1
I512 G1
I513 A11
I514 A9
I515 A12
I516 B4
I517 A12
I518 B5
I519 B4
I520 A12
I521 B8
I522 A12
I523 D12
I524 I6
I525 E8
I526 I8
I527 D11
I528 E12
I529 H4
I530 H4
I531 I6
I532 C10
I533 C10
I534 H6
I535 C9
I536 H9
I537 H2
I538 H2
I539 G10
I540 H8
I541 A7
I542 D12
I543 A9
I544 C8
I545 C2
I546 H8
I547 H13
I548 H12
I549 B3
I552 D11
I553 D13
I554 E13
I561 A10
I562 A10
I563 G11
I564 H10
I565 H10
I566 G11
I567 F11
I568 F12
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
74
VDAF Panel + 2nd Orders
3
VDAF + 2ND ORDERS
4
5
6
-VERTICAL DAFI405
I406
7
8
3809
I407
2816
100u
2809
1K8
2820
2822
4K7
3830 I412
3831
47K
4K7
2812
470K
3810
3822
47K
I410
BYD33V
100n
3821 I413
F408
6810 I409
3808
I428 3807
15R
15R
A
1492
I411
100n
RES
220p
I408
10n
3832
1K8
3823
10R
A
9
11V DC
2 CU15 1
2
3 5810 4
1
1
FROM :
EMG
0392
2
EMG STAR
1492
F409 3
4M7
I426
2824
7822
BC847B
I423
4K7
3816
C
I421
I422
F406
10u
3827
BC857B
7823
I419
3812
BC857B
7821
100K
10n
3828
2818
1
10u
7818
BC847B
4K7
1490
3
470K
1
1K
1u
4K7
3813
3818 I420
F411
1693
I418
I417
BZX79-C22
3K3
I424
C
7820
BC847B
6812
3820
3815
3833
4K7
EMG STAR
1693
3826
EMG
0393
2825 I415
I1
5K6
FROM :
27K
2813
4K7
3819
I2
I3
7810
STP3NB80
2
I416
1
B
V_Parabool
100K
3824
4K7
I427
3814
1n
I414
2814
3811
9806
B
4u7
2823
I425
4u7
2892
F410
F407
3998
100R
9800
9805
1418
TO
DEFLECTION
COIL
-HORIZONTAL DAF-
F401
I429
TO dynamic
focus input
of LOT
2
2322592
V
3898
330p
2891 RES
270p
2890
330p
2803 RES
330p
2
2800
1R
3897
9804
5
D
I401
I402
3
3899
4
2
S21975
5800
2322592
E
1
1417
1
6
FROM :
1417
EMG EMG STAR
DAF GND
F405
TO
0318
1497
1
1
F402
0317
F400
DAF OUTPUT
4M7
I400
E
3805
2
V
D
1491
F404
1419
1
F403
9803
1
TO
1491
V_Parabool
VDAF SIGNAL
2
4 5801 3
F
F
-2ND ORDER S-
DC-SHIFT
I404
2821
1419 F1
1490 C8
7821 C3
7822 C5
1491 E9
1492 A9
7823 C5
9800 D2
1497 D9
1693 C1
9803 F2
9804 E2
2800 E4
2803 E4
9805 D6
9806 B7
2809 A5
2812 A7
F400 D9
F401 D2
2813 C7
2814 B8
F402 E1
F403 F6
2816 A7
2818 C1
F404 F2
F405 F1
2820 A3
2821 F2
F406 C8
F407 C9
2822 A5
2823 B4
F408 A9
F409 A9
2824 C4
2825 B5
F410 B8
F411 C1
2890 E5
2891 E5
I400 D2
I401 E6
2892 B3
3805 D6
I402 E2
I403 F1
3807 A8
3808 A8
I404 F2
I405 A5
3809 A6
3810 A7
I406 A6
I407 A7
3811 B6
3812 C7
I408 A7
I409 A7
3813 C6
3814 B7
I410 A8
I411 A5
3815 B6
3816 C7
I412 B5
I413 A3
3818 C1
3819 B2
I414 B7
I415 B6
3820 C2
3821 A3
3822 A3
I416 B6
I417 C3
I418 C4
3823 A3
3824 B3
I419 C4
I420 C1
3826 C4
3827 C4
I421 C7
I422 C6
3828 C1
3830 B4
I423 C4
I424 C2
3831 B5
3832 A5
I425 B2
I426 B3
3833 C5
3897 E2
I427 B8
I428 A8
3898 D5
3899 E5
I429 D6
3998 C9
5800 E3
6810 A7
6812 C6
68n
E_14600_030.eps
220304
8204 000 6492.4
1
7818 C2
7820 C3
5801 F2
5810 A8
1 CU15 2
I403
1417 E1
1418 D1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7810 B7
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
76
Mains Switch Panel (PV02 Styling)
0201 A7
0245 D1
1040 E3
2071 E8
3037 A8
3042 E5
3051 B5
3054 A4
3072 E9
3075 E10
3999 A9
6070 E7
9010 C8
9042 E5
9051 C4
9054 A4
0202 A10
0241 B1
1010 C8
1031 A8
2040 E2
2070 D8
3010 C8
3030 A7
3040 D2
3041 E5
3043 E5
3050 C4
3052 A5
3053 A4
3070 E8
3071 D8
3073 E9
3074 D9
3078 E10
3079 E9
6050 B4
6051 B5
7070-A D8
7070-B E9
9040 E4
9041 E4
9043 E5
9050 C5
9052 B4
9053 B4
9055 A4
1
3
4
6
5
MAINS SWITCH PANEL
8V6
7
8
9
10
J
MAINS SWITCH
5V_STANDBY
2
2
1
6
3030
*
3054
4
2
1
0201
9054
FROM/TO
1505 OF
1
5
A
TO LSP
3M3
A
0202
3
MAINS
AC
IN
330R
9055
3052
3053
SDKV
1031
560R
J
2
100R
3037
3999
3M3
1K
5V_STANDBY
3051
1
3
4
5V STANDBY
5V_STANDBY
9051
RC5
5
IR_LED
B
9052
2
ON_OFF LED
330R
1
50HZ_60HZ
*
TLDR5400
0241
6050
FRONT
3
A10
3 6051
TLUV5300
2 GREEN
RED
9010
TACT SWITCH
3010
8
560R
1010
9
8V6
8V6
9050
LIGHT_SENSOR
7
1K
KEYBOARD
C
C
SKQNAB
6
GND_KEYBOARD
3050
B
9053
TO
1946 OF
1
only for AP
178 - 250V
BICOLOR
MONOCOLOR
5V_STANDBY
3071
CTRL
CIRCUIT
6K8
OUT 1
100R
*
**
8
3
4
5
6
7
3075
4K7
E
3K3
3073
1K
10K
3072
LIGHT
SENSOR
3104 303 3785.3
3079
3070
330K
**
BPW46
6070
*
7070-B
LM358D
7
4
DEM
GND 3
8
6
8V6
RECEIVER
2
5
3
ROHM RECEIVER
MG / EMGS
10K
M2
5
3043
3041
BAND
PASS
M1
4
100u
2040
PIN AGC
4K7
8V6
1
9042
E
3074
330K
7070-A
LM358D
2
4
**
VS 2
9040
INP
*
3042
1040
9043
9041
3
1
D
220n
1K
2
10u
N.C.
2071
D
3078
3040
1
330R
2070
0245
E_14590_047.eps
101204
8
9
10
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
EM5.2E AA
7.
78
Mains Switch Panel (FL13B Styling)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MAINS SWITCH PANEL
12
1001
PFC5000
13
1002
PFC5000
* BLUE LED FUNCTION
A
9044
ON_OFF_LED
C
I020
*
*
7060
BC847B
I011
10K
LIGHT_SENSOR
F008
9052
BLUE
2
6
I012
TO LSP
3
1
6051
TLUV5300
COLD
I003
C
RED
9099
Vdd
DET
2R2
2R2
I019
3072
1K0
6K8
F
G
3089
1K0
I061
7083
BC857BW
10K
COM
I044
7082
BC847BW
I057
1K0
H
3091
3083
10K
I055
5V-STANDBY
3088
7080
BC857BW
10K
7069
BC857BW
3084
I059
I031
9066
I
COM
RC5_SWITCH
E
2K2
2K2
I040
10K
6K8
3085
15p
6K8
3086
TSAL5300
3082
3023
3090
I060
I042 6080 I043
3087
75R
47K
3025
7068
BC857BW
1070
3024
220n
100R
I041
I056
# ROHM RECEIVER
## MG
E_14600_036.eps
3104 313 6036.3
1
3078
3K3
1K
3079
10u
2071
4M7
3070
3073
Vdd
7081
BC847BW
I058
8K2
COM
3045
2023
1K0
AT-49
20M
I030
3
I
4K7
4
Vdd
5V-STANDBY
2022
P2<0:1>
I005
I062
15p
4
VSS
I038
LIGHT
SENSOR
3075
9067
I063
2020
5
CLKOUT
X2
X1
RST
P1.5
P1.7
36K
7
3K3
3026
5020
E
14
13
12
10
P0<3:6>
P1<0:3>
3022
0V
Vdd
CIN1B
CIN1A
CMPREF
CMP1
TXD
RXD
SCL
T0
INT0
SDA
1
##
BPW46
#
7070-2
LM358D 1V9
6
I018
470R
I023
GND 3
M2
5
0V2
8V6
I039
PWM
Φ
LED
0V
3
0V
600 Ohm
100MHz
100n
MICROCONTROLLER
I037
I008
OUT 1
DEM
8
5
1
RC5
11
VDD
H
3043
6070
10K
3021
2021
I064
7075
P87LPC760BN
2
330R
3040
BAND
PASS
0V2
2
8
I024
3V
Vdd
6
10K
8V6
4
0V
I017
VS 2
CTRL
CIRCUIT
M1
4
Vdd
9
8
7
I016
10K
INP
PIN AGC
G
##
4V8
0V
F
#
3041
I032
1040
RC5-RECEIVER
3042
4V8
E
3074
7070-1
LM358D
I007
9041
270K
I015
3071
4M7
2040
I029
2024
6082
BC327-25
7067
I034
3027
I025
I036
9043
BC857BW
7066
I051
1K0
180K
BAS316
BAS316
3033
470n
I035
9042
3034
9040
I028
2070
100u
3028
10u 50V
7065
BC847BW
I027
6081
D
5V-STANDBY
3K3
I033
I026
F015
3030
1K0
E
Vcc
3032
3031
1K0
3020
4K7
Vcc
Vcc
BACKLIGHT
D
3999
1K0
DET
I067
F014
9098
9097
LIGHT_SENSOR
I065 I066
9064
*
9050
ON_OFF_LED
9063
3050
I006
5V-STANDBY
B
LSP
1
F012
5
I022
GREEN 2
Vcc
107V
2
F016 107V
I002
*
*
8V6
PTF/65
3K3
F009
0V5
3060
*
100R
4
0202
3
4
1060
1
2
F013
1
1
0201
9051
KEYBOARD
2060
3062
I010
F007
*
3054
I014
22u
TLDR5400
3
1
6060
*
100R
*
5V-STANDBY
*
3
F010 107V
TO
1505
T6,3AH/250V
3M3
10K
2
3066
3063
I013
F011 107V
MAINS
AC
IN
9054
SDDF
1051
3057
0V
F006
*
BAS316
I004
3M3
F005
6061
I009
9055
3052
F004
0V
3053
5V3
560R
RC5_SWITCH
I021
6050
F003
*
7061
BC847B
TLDR5400
3V
*
BACKLIGHT
9053
ON_OFF_LED
3061
0V
F002
330R
F001
9065
0241
BACKLIGHT_TOP 1
ON/OFF LED 2
RC5 3
5V-STANDBY 4
GND 5
GND KEYBOARD 6
KEYBOARD 7
LIGHT SENSOR 8
+8V6 9
0V
3051
*
100R
LSP
B
*
5V-STANDBY
330R
TO
1946
HOT MAINS SWITCH
5V-STANDBY
8V6
3064
330R
A
220304
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
0201 B10
0202 B12
0241 B2
1001 A11
1002 A12
1040 E6
1051 B11
1060 B11
1070 H4
2020 H4
2021 G3
2022 H6
2023 H3
2024 E3
2040 F6
2060 B6
2070 E10
2071 F10
3020 E2
3021 F1
3022 H1
3023 I3
3024 H5
3025 G6
3026 G6
3027 E3
3028 E3
3030 E4
3031 E4
3032 E5
3033 E5
3034 E3
3040 E8
3041 F8
3042 E8
3043 F8
3045 H3
3050 C8
3051 B9
3052 B8
3053 B8
3054 B7
3057 C10
3060 C5
3061 B5
3062 B5
3063 B6
3064 A7
3066 B10
3070 F9
3071 E10
3072 F11
3073 F11
3074 E11
3075 F12
3078 F12
3079 F10
3082 I8
3083 H9
3084 H9
3085 I9
3086 G9
3087 H9
3088 H9
3089 G10
3090 H10
3091 H11
3999 C12
5020 G2
6050 B8
6051 C9
6060 B6
6061 B6
6070 F9
6080 H5
6081 E2
6082 E2
7060 C5
7061 B7
7065 E2
7066 E4
7067 E5
7068 H4
7069 H6
7070-1 E9
7070-2 F11
7075 G2
7080 H8
7081 G9
7082 H10
7083 H11
9040 F8
9041 E8
9042 F8
9043 E8
9044 B11
9050 C9
9051 C8
9052 C8
9053 B8
9054 B8
9055 B7
9063 D2
9064 D2
9065 B3
9066 I9
9067 G9
9097 D11
9098 C11
9099 C11
F001 B2
F002 B2
F003 B2
F004 B2
F005 B2
F006 C2
F007 C2
F008 C2
F009 C2
F010 B10
F011 B10
F012 B11
F013 B11
F014 C12
F015 C13
F016 B12
I002 C10
I003 C10
I004 B8
I005 H3
I006 C9
I007 E7
I008 F8
I009 B5
I010 C5
I011 C5
I012 B9
I013 B6
I014 B6
I015 E10
I016 E9
I017 F9
I018 F10
I019 F11
I020 C8
I021 B7
I022 C8
I023 F8
I024 F8
I025 E1
I026 E2
I027 E3
I028 E3
I029 E3
I030 H3
I031 H4
I032 F4
I033 E4
I034 E4
I035 E5
I036 E5
I037 H1
I038 I2
I039 G6
I040 I3
I041 H4
I042 H5
I043 H5
I044 H6
I051 E4
I055 H8
I056 I8
I057 H9
I058 H8
I059 H9
I060 H10
I061 H10
I062 G3
I063 G3
I064 G2
I065 D2
I066 D2
I067 D2
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8. Alignments
Index of this chapter:
8.1 General Alignment Conditions
8.2 Hardware Alignments
8.3 Software Alignments
8.4 Option Settings
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General Alignment Conditions
8.1.1
Start Conditions
Perform all electrical adjustments under the following
conditions:
• Power supply voltage: 230 V_ac / 50 Hz (± 10 %).
• Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer
with low internal resistance.
• Allow the set to warm up for approximately 20 to 30
minutes.
• Measure the voltages and waveforms in relation to chassis
ground (with the exception of the voltages on the primary
side of the power supply).
Caution: never use the cooling fins/plates as ground.
• Test probe: Ri > 10 Mohm, Ci < 20 pF.
• Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform the
alignments.
B
Warning
All alignments
are on hot-part
5430
C
SSB
8.1
LOT
Focus 1
Focus 2
Screen
VG2
3642
ER
A
Perform all electrical adjustments with the following start
settings (for all CRTs):
• Set LIGHT SENSOR "off", by setting ACTIVE CONTROL
to "off" with the remote control.
• Set CONTRAST to "75", BRIGHTNESS to "42" and
COLOUR to "54" (via PICTURE menu).
• Set COLOUR ENHANCEMENT to "off" (via PICTURE
menu).
• Set DIGITAL OPTIONS to "Pixel Plus" (via PICTURE
menu), unless otherwise stated (for sets without "Pixel
Plus" (= Eagle), set to "Natural Motion").
• Set DYNAMIC CONTRAST to "off" (via PICTURE menu).
• Set CATHODE DRIVE at "15" (via SAM - Alignments General - Drive - Cathode).
8.1.2
Adjustment Sequence
Use the following adjustment sequence:
1. Set the correct TV-set "options" (after storing, restart the
set!).
2. Rough adjustment of "Vg2".
3. Rough adjustment of "Focus".
4. Rough adjustment of "Geometry".
5. Allow the set to warm up.
6. Accurate adjustment of "Vg2" and "Focus".
7. Accurate adjustment of "Geometry".
8. Software alignments (cut-off, cathode drive, peak white,
white drive, etc).
8.2
Hardware Alignments
Note: The Service Alignment Mode (SAM) is described in
chapter 5 of the Service Manual. Menu navigation is done with
the "CURSOR UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT" keys of the remote
control (RC) transmitter.
CINCH SCART
V.SHIFT
CL 26532041_060.eps
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Figure 8-1 Top-view LSP
8.2.1
Vg2 Adjustment
In the frame-blanking period of the R, G, and B signals applied
to the CRT, the "HOP" video processor inserts a measuring
pulse with different DC levels. Measure the black level pulse
during the vertical flyback at the RGB cathodes of the CRT.
1. Go, via the MENU key, to the normal user menu, select
"PICTURE", and set "CONTRAST" and "BRIGHTNESS" to
"0".
2. Activate the SAM.
3. Connect the RF output of a pattern generator to the
antenna input. Test pattern is a "black" picture (blank
screen on CRT without any OSD info).
4. Set the channel of the oscilloscope to 20 V/div and the time
base to 20 us/div. Use external triggering on the vertical
pulse
Caution: use a trigger point at the "cold" side!.
5. Ground the scope at the CRT panel ("cold" side) and
connect a 10:1 probe to one of the cathodes of the picture
tube socket (see diagram F).
6. Measure the cut-off pulse during first full line after the
frame blanking. You will see two pulses, one being the cutoff pulse and the other being the white drive pulse. Choose
the one with the lowest value; this is the cut-off pulse.
7. Select the cathode with the highest V_dc value for the
alignment. Adjust the V_CUTOFF of this gun with the
SCREEN (lower) potentiometer on the LOT to the correct
DC-value, tolerance is +/- 3 V_dc (align the Vg2 potmeter
first till the flyback lines are just visible and then slowly turn
back until they are gone).
• 28 inch (16:9):
– Philips (LPD): 160 V.
• 29 inch (4:3):
– Philips (LPD): 160 V.
– Samsung: 160 V.
• 32 inch (16:9):
– Philips (LPD): 160 V.
– Panasonic (MEC): 170 V.
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Alignments
8. Restore "CONTRAST" to "75" and "BRIGHTNESS" to "42".
8.3
Software Alignments
8.3.1
Introduction
With the software alignments, it is possible to align the
Geometry, White Tone, and Tuner IF settings.
Put the set in the SAM (see chapter 5). The SAM menu will now
appear on the screen. Select, via ALIGNMENTS, one of the
sub-menus. They are explained below in the sequence of the
sub-menus.
max.
VCUTOFF [VDC]
0V Ref.
E_06532_011.eps
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Notes:
• All changes to menu items and alignments are stored
automatically, except the option codes. They must be
stored manually.
• If the OPTION CODES have been changed and stored,
the set has to be switched "OFF" and "ON" using the mains
switch to activate the new settings (when switching via
Standby, the option code settings are NOT read by the
microprocessor).
• If an empty EAROM (permanent memory) is detected, all
settings are set to pre-programmed default values.
Figure 8-2 Waveform Vg2 alignment
8.2.2
Focus alignment
Notes:
• Tune the set to a "circle with crosshatch" test pattern (use
an external video pattern generator).
• Choose picture mode "NATURAL" with the "SMART
PICTURE" button on the remote control transmitter.
• ELDOR LOT outline:
– Focus 1 (F1) = Static alignment (black wire).
– Focus 2 (F2) = Dynamic alignment (red wire).
Focus method for Philips 32 inch tube with bleeder gun
You can recognize a CRT with bleeder gun by its type number.
Example:
• W76ERF052X044= with bleeder gun
• W76ERF042X044= with standard gun.
You can also recognize it by the ceramic rectangular plate (this
is the bleeder resistance) you will see inside the gun (viewed
from above).
1. Start the alignment with the STATIC focus (upper
potmeter) turned to the left and the DYNAMIC focus
(middle potmeter) to the right.
2. Adjust the DYNAMIC focus until the horizontal lines at the
centre of the screen have minimum width, without
introducing a visible haze.
3. Adjust the STATIC focus until the vertical lines at the sides
of the screen have minimum width, without introducing a
visible haze.
4. Adjust the DYNAMIC focus until the horizontal lines at the
centre of the screen have minimum width, without
introducing a visible haze.
5. Check overall spot performance and repeat steps 3 and 4
to achieve the best result.
Focus method for all other tubes
1. Start with the STATIC and DYNAMIC focus potentiometers
on the LOT at midway.
2. Adjust the STATIC focus until the vertical lines at the sides
of the screen have minimum width, without introducing a
visible haze.
3. Adjust the DYNAMIC focus until the horizontal lines at the
centre of the screen have minimum width, without
introducing a visible haze.
4. Check overall spot performance and repeat steps 2 and 3
to achieve the best result: a compromise between minimal
visible haze at the middle of the screen and sharp lines at
the edges of the screen.
8.3.2
GENERAL
VG2 TEST PATTERN
In this sub-menu, you can turn "On" the OSD feedback for the
Vg2 alignment (see chapter 8.2.1).
ADJUST PEAK WHITE LIMITER
Fixed setting: "9".
EHT COMPENSATION
Enter value "9" for the 28, 29 and 32 inch picture tubes
Enter value "10" for the 36 inch picture tubes.
SOFT CLIPPER
Fixed setting: “Pwl + 0%”
LUMA GAIN
Fixed setting is “1”.
IF AFC
Supply, via an external video generator (e.g. PM5518), a TV
signal with strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 475.25
MHz. Use system BG if possible, otherwise match the system
of your generator with the received signal in the set.
Alignment procedure:
1. Go to the user "Installation" menu.
2. Select "Manual Installation".
3. Tune the TV-set to the system and frequency described
above via "Search" - "475" - "OK".
4. If the frequency, showed in the line "Fine tune", is between
475.18 MHz and 475.31 MHz, you do not need to re-adjust
the "IF AFC".
5. If not, adjust the frequency in the "Fine tune" line to 475.25
MHz and "Store" the program (this is very important
because this will disable the AFC algorithm).
6. Now go to the SAM and select ALIGNMENTS - GENERAL
- IF AFC.
7. During the IF AFC parameter adjustment, one can see
OSD feedback in the top of the screen.
8. This OSD feedback can give 4 kind of messages:
Alignments
Table 8-1 OSD feedback of AFC alignment
AFC-window
AFC-frequency vs. reference
Out
High
In
High
In
Low
Out
Low
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1. The first item (IN or OUT) informs you whether you are in
or out the AFC-window.
2. The second item (HIGH or LOW) informs you about
whether the AFC-frequency is too high or too low.
3. First, you must align the IF AFC parameter such that you
come into the AFC-window (= IN).
4. Then you must look for the point where the IF AFC
parameter changes from HIGH to LOW. This level is the
value you are looking for.
5. After adjustment, STORE the value.
6. Now return to the user "Installation" menu.
7. Select "Manual Installation" - "Search" - "475" - "OK" and
"Store". This will set the AFC "ON" again.
8.
9.
TUNER AGC
1. Set the external pattern generator to a colour bar video
signal and connect the RF output to the aerial input. Set the
amplitude to 10 mV and set the frequency to 475.25 MHz.
2. Connect a DC multimeter between pin 1 and the shielding
of the Tuner (item 1200 on the LSP).
3. Adjust the TUNER AGC value (default value is 25) with the
LEFT/RIGHT cursor keys until the voltage at pin 1 of the
tuner lies between 3.8 and 2.3 V.
4. STORE the alignment.
8.3.4
Note: Switch off all (available) colour-influencing features (e.g.
set the TV in ECO-mode).
Method 1 (with colour analyser):
1. Set, via the user menu, the "Contrast" to "100".
2. In SAM, select TEST PATTERN and turn it ON. During the
following alignments, you will see a white block in the
middle of the screen. Measure with the colour analyser on
this area.
Set, via the user menu, the "Brightness" to a value between
3.0 and 5.0 Nit (rough setting).
Select CATHODE and enter the value "15" (for all picture
tubes).
Set the RED, GREEN and BLUE default values to "32".
RED BL OFFSET: the Black Level can be aligned very
precisely here. The default value is "7".
GREEN BL OFFSET: the Black Level can be aligned very
precisely here. The default value is "7".
Select a COLOR TEMPERATURE (e.g. COOL, NORMAL,
or WARM).
Adjust the white level via RED, GREEN, and BLUE,
according to the values in table "White levels".
ColourTemp.
(K)
Cool
(10200)
Normal
(8700)
Warm
(6500)
X
280
289
313
Y
287
299
329
Table 8-3 Tint settings
TUNER AGC TUNER 2 (only for sets with DW/PIP)
Use the same procedure as described above (under TUNER
AGC) with the set switched to the DW source. Measure on pin
1 of the DW Tuner (this is only applicable for sets with 2-tuner
DW execution).
DRIVE (Colour Alignments)
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Method 2 (without colour analyser):
If you do not have a colour analyser, you can use the default
values. This is the next best solution. The default values are
average values coming from production (statistics).
1. Set, via the user menu, the "Contrast" to "100".
2. Select CATHODE and enter the value "15" (for all picture
tubes).
3. RED BL OFFSET: the Black Level can be aligned very
precisely here. The default value is "7".
4. GREEN BL OFFSET: the Black Level can be aligned very
precisely here. The default value is "7".
5. Select a COLOUR TEMPERATURE (e.g. COOL,
NORMAL, or WARM).
6. Set the RED, GREEN and BLUE default values according
to the values in the "Tint settings" table.
IF LPRIME AFC
Use the same procedure as for the IF AFC alignment, but set
the video generator to SECAM L/L' (only necessary for
countries that have or can receive this system).
8.3.3
8.
Table 8-2 White levels
Service tip: If you do not trust the frequency accuracy of your
service generator, connect it to a "good" TV set and check it
with the "Fine tune"-line.
BLEND INTENSITY
Use this alignment when you replace the microcontroller or the
HOP. It aligns the level of transparency of the menu-picture
blended into the main-picture.
Position the "BRIGHTNESS", "CONTRAST", and "COLOUR"
setting in the middle position (via the user PICTURE menu).
1. Apply a signal with a 100 % white video-pattern.
2. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 8 of connector 1298 of the
CRT panel and measure the Red output level.
3. Align the BLEND INTENSITY parameter such, that the
blended signal is 65 % of the black-white amplitude. In
practice, this is about 1.3 V (blended signal) versus 2 V (full
white signal).
4. The parameter can be adjusted in between "0" and "31".
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∆ Cool
Normal
∆ Warm
R
-1
37
+3
G
0
30
0
B
+4
31
- 10
LUM. DEL. (Luminance Delay)
With this alignment, you place the luminance information
exactly on the chrominance information (brightness is pushed
onto the colour). Use a colour bar/grey scale pattern as test
signal.
• LUM. DELAY PAL BG: Apply a PAL BG colour bar/grey
scale pattern as a test signal. Adjust this parameter until
the transients of the colour part and black and white part of
the test pattern are at the same position. Default value =
”8”.
• LUM. DELAY PAL I: Apply a PAL I colour bar/grey scale
pattern as a test signal. Adjust this parameter until the
transients of the colour part and black and white part of the
test pattern are at the same position. Default value = “10”.
• LUM. DELAY SECAM: Apply a SECAM colour bar/grey
scale pattern as a test signal. Adjust this parameter until
the transients of the colour part and black and white part of
the test pattern are at the same position. Default value =
“9”.
• LUM. DELAY BYPASS: apply a NTSC colour bar/
greyscale pattern as a test signal. Adjust this value until the
transients of the colour and black & white part of the test
area are at the same position. Default value = “7”.
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8.3.5
1
8.
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GEO-NOR (Normal Geometry)
Table 8-4 Vertical S-Correction default value
Note: Use for all geometry alignments an external pattern
generator with a geometry pattern (e.g. crosshatch).
Picture Tube
VERT. SLOPE
2
VERT. SHIFT
3
VERT. AMPLITUDE
4
V.S-CORRECTION
5
HOR. SHIFT
6
HOR. AMPLITUDE
7
E/W PARABOLE
8
UPPER E/W CORNER
9
LOWER E/W CORNER
10
E/W TRAPEZIUM
11
HOR. PARALLELOGRAM
12
HOR. BOW
E_06532_010.eps
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Figure 8-3 Geometry Alignments
Service tip: When the set is equipped with a rotation coil, use
this menu item to check its correct alignment. If alignment is not
correct, go to the INSTALLATION menu, choose SETUP,
press OK, and choose PICTURE TILT. With the use of a
crosshatch test pattern, align it to a correct horizontal picture.
V. SLOPE
Align the zero crossing of the frame deflection to the
mechanical middle of the picture tube.
1. First, set the start conditions for 16:9 sets according to the
table “Vertical S-Correction default value”. Position the
boundary-stripes of the test pattern on the edges of the
picture tube.
2. Align V. SLOPE (during alignment, the lower half of the
picture is blanked) such, that the middle line of the test
pattern is matched with the edge of the pattern transient in
the middle of the picture.
3. Repeat the alignment if necessary.
V. S-Correction default value
28" RF 16:9 Mk2
16
29" RF 4:3
32
32" RF 16:9
16
32" RF 16:9 Bleeder
16
32" RF 16:9 EMEC
27
32" RF 16:9 DOD-2
20
V. SHIFT AND V. AMPLITUDE (vertical alignment)
Align the vertical centre and height of the picture.
1. Use V. AMPLITUDE to align the vertical amplitude so that
the entire test pattern is visible.
2. Set V. SHIFT to value "32".
3. Connect a voltmeter (V_dc) between R3624 and "hot"
ground.
4. Adjust the DC voltage to "0" with potmeter R3642 (see
figure 8-1).
5. Use V. SHIFT again to align the test pattern roughly
vertically in the middle.
6. Repeat the alignment if necessary.
V. S-CORRECTION
Align for equal blocks on top, middle, and bottom of the picture
tube.
Align V. S-CORRECTION such that a block at the top (or
bottom) of the picture has the same height as a block in the
middle of the picture.
H. SHIFT AND H. AMPLITUDE (horizontal alignment)
1. Use H. AMPLITUDE to align the horizontal amplitude so
that the entire test pattern is visible.
2. Use H. SHIFT to align the picture horizontally in the middle.
3. Repeat the H. AMPLITUDE alignment if necessary.
Note: In case the horizontal linearity in wide-screen mode is
out of tolerance, add a "DC-shift correction" panel (3104 328
06230) to connector 1419 of the DAF-panel [diagram I]. On the
DC-shift panel, cut diode 6433 for correction to the right or
diode 6432 for correction to the left.
Caution: Be sure to switch "OFF" the set first. Never plug
in a not pre-aligned module in a playing set!
EAST/WEST ALIGNMENT
1. Use EAST/WEST PARABOLA to align the vertical lines
until straight.
2. Use UPPER EAST/WEST CORNER to align the vertical
lines in the upper corners until straight.
3. Use LOWER EAST/WEST CORNER to align the vertical
lines in the lower corners until straight.
4. Use EAST/WEST TRAPEZIUM to align for a rectangular.
5. Use HORIZONTAL BOW to correct the E/W parabola
such, that it becomes symmetrical.
6. Use HORIZONTAL PARALLELOGRAM to align for straight
vertical lines if necessary.
Repeat steps 1 to 6 if necessary.
Alignments
8.3.6
8.3.7
GEO-4:3 (4:3 geometry alignment in 16:9 sets)
Table 8-5 Dealer options overview
1. Use EAST/WEST PARABOLA to align the vertical lines
until straight.
2. Use UPPER EAST/WEST CORNER to align the vertical
lines in the upper corners until straight.
3. Use LOWER EAST/WEST CORNER to align the vertical
lines in the lower corners until straight.
Menu name Subjects
GEO-SW (Super Wide geometry alignment in 16:9 sets)
You only need to set the following values (if the normal
geometry alignment has been performed correctly):
1. V. S-CORRECTION: enter value of the NORMAL
GEOMETRY alignment.
2. H. AMPLITUDE: enter value of the NORMAL GEOMETRY
alignment subtracted by "1".
3. EAST/WEST PARABOLA: enter value of the NORMAL
GEOMETRY alignment.
8.3.8
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GEO-100HZ (Digital Scan geometry alignment)
Personal
Options
No
Virgin Mode Yes
As all alignments are done in Pixel Plus mode (at 75 Hz), the
100 Hz mode needs an extra alignment:
• Select GEO-100HZ. The set automatically switches to 100
Hz mode.
• V. SLOPE: match the middle line of the test pattern with the
upper edge of this blanking picture.
• After the alignment, return to the previous menu. The set
automatically returns to "Pixel Plus" mode.
8.4
Option Settings
8.4.1
Introduction
The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C
ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make
digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know
which ICs to address. The presence / absence of these specific
ICs (or functions) is made known by the option codes.
• You can set the "hardware related" options via the SAM ALIGNMENTS - OPTIONS or OPTION NUMBERS menu.
• You can set the "software related" options via the SAM DEALER OPTIONS menu.
Notes:
• After changing the option(s), save them with the STORE
command.
• The new option setting is only active after the TV is
switched "off" and "on" again with the AC power switch (the
EAROM is then read again).
8.4.2
DEALER OPTIONS
Select this sub-menu to set the initialisation codes (= options)
of the set via text menu's.
TXT
Preference
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Options Physically in set
Picture Mute Yes
Auto Store
Mode
8.
Picture mute active in
case no picture
detected
Noise in case of no
picture detected
TV starts up once with
language selection
menu after mains
switch on for the first
time (virgin mode)
No
TV does not starts up
once with language
selection menu after
mains switch on for the
first time (virgin mode)
None
Autostore mode
disabled (not in
installation menu)
PDCVPS
Autostore mode via
ATS (PDC/VPS)
enabled
TXT
page
Autostore mode via ACI
enabled
PDCVPSTXT
Autostore mode via ACI
or ATS enabled
TOP
Preference to TOP
Teletext
FLOF
Preference to FLOF
Teletext
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8.4.3
8.
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Alignments
SERVICE OPTIONS
Select this sub-menu to set the initialisation codes (= options)
of the set via text menu's.
Table 8-6 Option overview
Menu-item
Dual screen
Subjects
PIP/Dual Screen
Text/EPG
DS/PIP Tuner
Teletext
Flash RAM
NexTView
Picture Tube
CRT Type
Picture Rotation
CRT size
Anti MoirÈ filter
Video repro
Featurebox type
Lightsensor
3D Combfilter
Picture improvement
Auto Scavem
Signalling bits
Impr. Noise Red.
Pixel Plus version
Source Selection
AV3 2fH
AV4 2fH
EXT4 1fH
EXT3 1fH
Audio Repro
Dolby
Rear speakers
Subwoofer present
Acoustic system
AVL
Miscellaneous
Home Cinema
Integrated RC
Tuner type
Integrated Radio
P50 DVD menu line
Option no.
Group 1
Group 2
Options
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
None
Description
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Only selectable if Dual Screen option is "on"
Feature not present.
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Feature not present.
Textguide only
Nextview 2c3
4 by 3
16 by 9
Yes
Feature present, but only as text guide.
Feature present, for countries that support this.
4:3 picture tube.
16:9 picture tube.
Frame rotation circuitry present.
No
28 / 32 / 36
29 / 34 / 38
Yes
No
1050i/1250i
Eagle 1B
Eagle 1C
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
1
2
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Frame rotation circuitry not present .
CRT size (in inches).MEC= Panasonic, II= Mark 2
Yes
No
None
Pro Logic
Virtual
Speakerless
Cordless
Yes
No
None, FL9-DAS,
FL11,
FL12,
PV02,
FL13,
Soft Designline,
Tech Designline.
On
Off
Yes
No
Yes
No
UV1316
TEDE9
Yes
No
Yes
No
Feature present.
Feature not present.
HD input
Eagle present (Pixel Plus).
Eagle present (Pixel Plus 2).
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Feature present.
Feature not present.
LTP (TOPIC) present.
LTP (TOPIC) not present.
Feature present.
Feature not present.
For 16:9 sets
For 4:3 sets
Columbus present
Columbus not present
Sets without Columbus but with Eagle (1B)
Sets with Columbus and Eagle (1C)
Not selectable yet
Feature not present.
Not selectable yet
Feature not present.
Not selectable yet
Feature not present.
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Set without Dolby
Set with Dolby ProLogic
Sets with Virtual Dolby
Virtual Dolby (without rear speakers)
Wireless active surroundbox present
Feature present
Feature not present
Indicates the cabinet styling
Automatic Volume Limiter 'on'
Automatic Volume Limiter 'off'
Set with Home Cinema Link (EU only)
Set without Home Cinema Link
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Set with Philips tuner.
Set with Alps tuner.
Feature present.
Feature not present.
Feature present (only in sets with Home Cinema).
Feature not present.
Group 1 option code overview (see CRT sticker).
Group 2 option code overview (see CRT sticker).
Alignments
8.4.4
OPT. NO. (Option numbers)
Select this sub menu to set all options at once (expressed in
two long strings of numbers).
An option number (or option byte) represents a number of
different options. When you change these numbers directly,
you can set all options very fast. All options are controlled via
eight option numbers.
When the EAROM is replaced, all options will require a resetting. To be certain that the factory settings are reproduced
exactly, you must set both option number lines. You can find
the correct option numbers on a CRT sticker inside the TV set.
Example: The CRT sticker in the 28PW9502/12 gives the
following option numbers (Note: this is just an example):
12660 16672 49984 00000
04118 00001 00032 18250
The first line (group 1) indicates options 1 to 4, the second line
(group 2) options 5 to 8 (see tables below).
Every 5-digit number represents 16 bits (so maximum number
can be 65536 if all options are set).
When all the correct options are set, the sum of the decimal
values of each Option Byte (OB) will give the option number.
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Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
Index of this chapter:
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Block Diagram
9.3 Feature Box
9.4 PICNIC
9.5 FEM (Falconic Embedded Memory)
9.6 Eagle
9.7 Abbreviation list
9.8 IC Data Sheets
Note:
• Only new circuits, compared to its predecessor the
EM5.1E, are described here. For the other circuit
descriptions (e.g. the large signal part), see the EM5.1E
manual (available under order code 3122 785 13420).
• Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due
to different set executions.
• For a good understanding of the following circuit
descriptions, please use the diagrams in chapter 6 and 7.
Where necessary, you will find a separate drawing for
clarification.
9.1
Introduction
This chassis contains, compared to its predecessor, the
following new feature/component:
• FEM (Falconic Embedded Memories): is a new Falconic
with internal Field memories and jagged line removal.
The chassis consists of a full sized LSP/SSP combination and
a smaller double sided four layer SSB, which is mounted on the
SSP using a 80-fold SIMM connector. The main functionalities
are:
• LSP: supply, deflection, and sound amplification.
• SSP: tuner input, SIMM interface, I/O, and interface
provisions for extended functions such as PIP.
• SSB: core TV functionalities, being TXT/control, video and
audio decoding, feature box, video featuring, and sync/
geometry control.
The LSP (single sided) is built up very conventional, with hardly
any surface mounted components on the copper side. Similar
with the EM3 (but different as with the MG-chassis), the EM5
LSP has a very large 'hot' part, including both deflection coils.
The SSB is a high tech module (four layer, 2 sides reflow
technology, full SMC) with very high component density and
complete shielding for EMC-reasons. Despite this, it is
designed in such a way, that repair on component level is
possible. To achieve this, attention was paid to:
• The position of service test lands: most of them are at the
Tuner side.
• Accessibility (Tuner side). If there are still problems with
the accessibility, one can order an extension board (see
parts list).
• Clearance around surface mounted ICs (for replacing).
• Detailed diagnostics and fault finding is possible via
ComPair.
The availability of Double Window (DW) or Picture In Picture
(PIP) depends on the model range. There are two different
executions, depending on the number of tuners:
• One Tuner: The TV has only one tuner (on the LSP), so the
PIP-picture can be either from this tuner or from an external
AV-source.
• Two Tuners: In this case there are two separate tuners, so
the main picture and the DW picture are independently
selectable. The IF signal from the main tuner is processed
on the SSB, while the IF signal from the second tuner is
processed by a second BOCMA video processor on the
DW-panel. The source selection is done via an I/O
expander.
9.2
Block Diagram
For the block diagram see chapter 6 “Wiring Diagram, Block
Diagrams, and Overviews”.
The Tuner (item 1200) is a PLL tuner and delivers the IF-signal,
via audio & video SAW-filters, to the HIP (High-end Input
Processor). The HIP has the following functions:
• IF modulation.
• Video source- and record select.
• Colour decoder.
• Synchronisation.
Attached to the HIP is the 2D Comb filter is used to separate
chroma and luminance components out of a CVBS signal.
Three SCART-connectors are available:
• SCART1 is fully equipped,
• SCART2 is meant for VCR. Pin 10 is used for Easylink
(P50) and there is a possibility for Y/C in. The CVBS-out on
pin 19 is meant for WYSIWYR (What You See Is What You
Record).
• SCART3 (if available) is a RGB/CVBS and audio L/R input.
It can be used as second tuner input, in case of a 1-Tuner
DW/PIP set.
After the HIP, we come to the part that is called the Feature box
(diagram B3x):
• For Digital Scan, the PICNIC is required.
• For Natural Motion, the FALCONIC (or FEM) is required.
• For Pixel Plus, the EAGLE is required.
The HIP delivers YUV and sync signals to the PICNIC. This IC
takes care of:
• Analogue to Digital conversion and vice versa.
• 50 to 100 Hz conversion.
• Panorama mode.
• Noise reduction.
• Dynamic contrast.
After the PICNIC, the (now 2fH) YUV-signals are fed to the
FALCONIC (or FEM) for “Natural Motion” followed by the Eagle
for “Pixel Plus” enhancement. The processed YUV signals
(from Eagle or PICNIC) are, together with the sync-signals from
the PICNIC, then fed to the HOP (High-end Output Processor).
This IC handles the video control and geometry part. The RGBsignals for TXT/OSD (from the microprocessor) are also
inserted via the HOP. The video part delivers the RGB signals
to the CRT-panel and the geometry part delivers the H-drive, Vdrive, and a drive-signal for rotation.
Both deflection circuits are “hot” and located on the LSP. They
are driven by the HOP. To make a galvanic separation, the Line
Drive is driven via transformer 5410 and the Frame Drive via
transformer 5621.The horizontal output stage generates some
supply voltages and the EHT-, focus- and Vg2-voltages.
The RGB amplifiers on the CRT-panel are supplied with 200 V
from the LOT.
The Scavem circuit modulates transitions of the Luminance (Y)
signal on the horizontal deflection current, giving a sharper
picture.
The sound part is built around the MSP34xx (Multi-channel
Sound Processor) for IF sound detection, sound control and
source selection. Dolby decoding is also done by the MSP.
Amplification is done via a “class D” integrated power amplifier
IC, the TDA7490.
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
The microprocessor, called OTC (OSD, Teletext and Control)
takes care of the analogue TXT input- and output processing.
The OTC, ROM, and RAM are supplied with 3.3 V, which is
derived from the +5V2.
The NVM (Non Volatile Memory) is used to store the settings,
one Flash-RAM contains the set software, the other FlashRAM (7012) is for EPG, and the DRAM is used for storing the
Teletext pages.
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There is a separate Standby Supply, in order to reduce the
Standby power consumption. During Standby, the Main Supply
is switched “off” (via TS7529).
A relay (1550) is used to switch the degaussing circuit. It is
switched “on” after set start-up and switched “off” by the uP
after 12 s.
The Main Supply, an SMPS based on the “down-converter”
principle, generates the 141 V (V_BAT) and the +/- 16 V for the
audio part.
Note: Voltage V_BAT is not mains isolated (“hot”), but is
alignment free.
9.3
Feature Box
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The key components of the FBX are the following ICs:
9.4 PICNIC
9.5 FEM (Falconic Embedded Memory)
9.6 Eagle
9.4
PICNIC
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All FBX versions have the PICNIC as basic IC. All functions
located in the PICNIC are therefore basic functions, and will be
described briefly. These functions are completely controlled by
the built-in microprocessor.
• Clamp. In the PICNIC, three analogue clamp circuits are
integrated that assure a well defined DC level for the
luminance (Y) and colour-difference (U, V) input signals.
• AGC. The AGC in the PICNIC consists of a digital
controlled analogue variable gain amplifier with a gain
range of 9.3 dB, and an algorithm that uses input derived
from histogram data and the overflow detection. It is
designed to assure an optimal ADC input range, for all
input signals, and so having minimal quantisation noise.
• Analogue pre and post filters. The pre filters of the
Feature Box are always the integrated filters of the PICNIC.
The internal post filters of the PICNIC are never used.
• ADC/DAC. Analogue to Digital conversion is done with
three identical 9-bit ADCs, and the Digital to Analogue
conversion uses three identical 10-bit DACs. The Y signal
is mapped on 9 bits for black-to-white range and has room
for over- and undershoots by means of the 10th bit at the
output DACs. The U and V channels are processed in 9-bit
accuracy up to the CTI circuit that has a gain of 2, resulting
in a 10-bit output that suits the 10 bit DACs.
• Time Base Correction. The Time Base Correction circuit
simulates a fast acquisition line locked clock, while the
actual system clock is locked to the input line frequency
with a very large time constant. In this way the typical VCR
problems linked to a one clock Feature Box can be solved,
particularly the deflection circuit (in case of CRT) driven by
the Feature Box can profit from this feature.
• VCR detection. The VCR detection of the PICNIC is an
algorithm that detects the phase jumps (which occurs for
instance with VCRs) to be able to correct the picture
deviations. This detection is done by monitoring the PLL
circuit in the PICNIC by the on-board microprocessor on
several parameters.
• Peaking. The two dimensional peaking can boost or
attenuate higher frequencies in both vertical and horizontal
direction. The lowest setting is a 2D low pass. The higher
settings make sharpening, but the resulting overshoots can
clip relatively fast compared to the dynamic peaking,
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because there is no room for overshoot above white and
under black. This peaking is done on field base.
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR). The PICNIC
accommodates three noise reduction circuits:
– Clinic. This "clamp noise reduction" circuit consists of
an adaptive temporal field recursive filter. It corrects
the DC level of each line, when it is varying from field
to field in the line segments with likely the least
movement. It can be used to correct clamp errors that
cannot be restored by conventional clamp circuits. The
filter is completely autonomous for the user, who can
only switch it “on” or “off”.
– Limeric. This spatial noise reduction circuit is targeted
for reduction of the mid frequency noise spectrum,
where adaptive filtering combines pixels around the
centre pixel and pixels from the lines above in a
recursive way. The quantity of noise reduction is user
defined.
– 2D Coring. This circuit attacks spatial noise in a very
drastic way without distinguishing noise from wanted
resolution. It shaves away small details of any kind,
depending on the amplitude of the detail and the user
setting. So, it is advised to use this feature only at the
lowest settings.
Histogram Modification. Using histogram modification
techniques in PICNIC, the contrast of the overall picture
may be improved. From a TV scene, the distribution of all
luminance values is taken (histogram). This histogram is
used to calculate an optimal transfer curve for the particular
scene, which is used to process the video digitally resulting
in a picture with improved contrast (called “Dynamic
Contrast”).
Auto Picture Control. The PICNIC is prepared to make
several APC functions in co-operation with the main
software. This is made by giving relevant video quality data
to main, and by giving several control ‘handles’ to main
microprocessor. In this way, automatic picture quality
settings depending on customer settings and video data
can be made. The following items are prepared in the
AutoTV:
– Automatic Picture Control. This feature controls the
settings for DNR, Limeric, coring, sharpness and
histogram modification as a function of the noise figure
and signal steepness information extracted from the
PICNIC and from external information such as ambient
light.
– Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation. This AARA
feature uses data from the black bar detection circuit to
adapt vertical and horizontal amplitude to an aspect
ratio belonging to the display and does not show black
bars. This is done by the control software. Auto Format
is controlled via main software by reading out the black
bar information from the FBX.
Field Rate Upconversion. In order to remove large area
flicker from the TV screen, the field-rate of the video is
doubled by the Feature Box. A 50/60 Hz video input is
converted to 100/120 Hz. The line frequency (16 kHz) is
also doubled (32 kHz). When the video input contains fields
A, B etc..., the conversion provides an AABB sequence
scanning on the display. The actual up-conversion is done
in the first Field Memory (FM1) by reading it twice at double
speed, while writing once.
Input Phase. The horizontal phase of the input video
acquisition can be shifted to allow compensation for
processing delay of other components in front of the
Feature Box.
Miscellaneous Features. To be sure that On Screen
Display (OSD) is always readable, even when no video
signal is received, the feature box can be switched to
stable OSD mode. Free running but stable horizontal and
vertical deflection drive signals will be generated, so that
OSD information and PIP can be displayed jitter free, and
thus clearly readable on the screen. Specially for tuning
purposes and smooth channel switching a stable OSD
mode is implemented that uses the horizontal time base
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Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
strobe feature, repetitively after a certain programmable
interval of time. The Eagle is used to make “still pictures”.
correction combined with a slow PLL, and a small vertical
catch window. This mode enables undisturbed reading of
OSD while the set is tuning.
9.6
9.5
The FEM IC (SAA4998) is the successor of the SAA4993H,
and adds ”jagged line removal” and “embedded field
memories” as new/improved features.
9.5.1
Motion Estimation/Compensation
The FEM utilizes a high quality motion estimator. The motion
estimation is applied to eliminate the motion blur of current 100
Hz TV sets and to eliminate the motion judder of movies. This
judder is visible on all television sets and even in a cinema.
Particularly for movies (with only 25 pictures/second), the
increased number of pictures helps to smoothen the motion.
These improvements a.o. lead to a picture performance
improvement on a global scale, with an optimal quality
independent from the received standard (50/60 Hz and/or
video/film) or display mode (field doubling/de-interlaced 1fV).
Especially film judder removal from a 60 Hz input source, the
so-called 3-2 pull down film mode, makes the FEM globally
applicable.
9.5.2
4:2:2 processing
The colour data path in the FEM is implemented in 4:2:2
bandwidth (as in PICNIC). The 4:2:2 mode requires an Field
Memory (FM1) of 16 bits wide.
9.5.3
Upconversion
The FEM is always used in combination with the Eagle.
Therefore, the output is always adapted to the input of the
Eagle. This 2fV/4fH signal is motion compensated. Only 3 out
of 4 fields are correct motion compensated. The Eagle will only
use these three correct motion compensated fields.
9.5.4
Dynamic Noise Reduction
For signals that have been affected by noise, improvement can
be achieved by combining of the pixel values of the current and
past fields of video. This is however only possible for those
picture areas in which no movement occurs. If movement
occurs in some area, only the information from the current field
of video may be displayed for that area to prevent smearing, so
noise reduction is not effective there.
To reduce loss of detail, the high frequencies can be bypassed.
This can be done because the human eye is more sensitive to
noise with low frequencies. The movement detection is
implemented in the luminance channel and in the colour
channel to reduce artefacts such as smearing.
9.5.5
Vertical Peaking
The vertical peaking circuit in FEM works on de-interlaced
data, resulting in a double resolution (compared to PICNIC)
high vertical frequency enhancement.
9.5.6
EDDI
EDDI is an Edge Dependent De-Interlacer. This improved deinterlacer, results in smaller jagged lines for video input
sources (not for film sources!).
9.5.7
Eagle
FEM (Falconic Embedded Memory)
Strobe
Having a FEM in the data path, it is easy to create a still picture
or freeze feature. A frame can be frozen once, or, using the
The Eagle has the following features:
• Vertical upscaler. Two fully programmable vertical
upscalers are implemented in the Eagle chip, one for the
luminance signal, and one for the colour difference signals.
However, the number of output lines is never allowed to
exceed 1024 lines per field including blanking. This means
that 1050i/1250i is still possible.
• Vertical Zoom. The vertical zooming is done with the
vertical upscaler of the Eagle instead of using the FEM
upscaling. Zoom factors varying from 1 to 8 can be
selected. Vertical compression is possible in 1fV up to a
factor of 2.
• Interlacer and horizontal upscaler. Two fully
programmable horizontal upscalers are implemented in the
Eagle chip, one for the luminance signal, and one for the
colour difference signals.
• Continuous horizontal zoom/compression. The
horizontal zooming is done with the interlacer and
horizontal upscaler of the Eagle instead of the PICNIC
upscaling. In the Eagle, a digital sample rate converter can
provide horizontal video compression up to 50 %, and up
to 8 times zoom. In compress mode, a part of the screen
remains unused. In this case, parts of the display can be
filled in with a grey value, a colour, or other signal source
that bypasses the Feature Box (TXT or another
compressed picture).
• Panorama. A panoramic horizontal distortion on the
picture can be applied to make a screen-fitting picture,
without having black side panels, or lost video. This is
mainly used to fit 4:3 pictures in a 16:9 display with a
resulting correct aspect ratio in the middle of the screen
and stretched video at the left and right sides. The inverse
feature is called “amaronap” and can also be applied.
• Sub pixel Luminance Transient Improvement (LTI): The
Eagle contains a horizontal and a vertical sub pixel LTI.
• Peaking: In the Eagle both horizontal and vertical
luminance peaking is implemented. The horizontal peaking
equals the peaking of the PICNIC. The vertical peaking is
an addition of two fixed and one 9-taps fully programmable
peaking filters.
– Horizontal luminance peaking: Peaking in Eagle can
be used in two ways:
a. The first way is to give the luminance a linear boost
of the higher frequency ranges, which makes no
distinction between small and large details or
edges.
b. The other way is to use the peaking dynamically, in
order to boost smaller details and provide less gain
on large details and edges. The effect is detail
enhancement without creation of unnatural large
over- and undershoots on large details and edges.
– Vertical luminance peaking: There are three vertical
peaking filters. Two fixed vertical peaking filter and one
fully programmable vertical peaking filter. The three
filters all have their separate gain setting before the
results are added. To avoid excessive gain settings a
high peak suppression can be set to avoid excessive
output results.
• Colour dependent sharpness (CDS): The colour
dependent sharpness circuit increases the luminance
sharpness in saturated red and magenta parts. The
reduction of the normal peaking can be switched “on/off”.
The below given colour features are implemented in all Eagle
chips:
• Digital Colour Transient Improvement (DCTI): DCTI
equals the PICNIC DCTI implementation with improved
control range. The DCTI is done with Eagle i.s.o. PICNIC.
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
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Skin tone correction: The idea of Skin tone correction is
to correct UV components corresponding to skin towards
an “ideal” skin tone axis.
Blue Stretch: This feature makes it possible to shift
colours near white towards more bluish coloured white.
Green Enhancement: This feature makes it possible to
shift low saturated green colours towards more saturated
green colours.
Colour Dependent Peaking (CDP): When using
luminance peaking, the viewer has the impression that the
colour performance is somewhat lower then in the picture
generated without the luminance peaking circuit. This
impression is normal because no action was done in the
colour channel to compensate for the change in the
luminance channel. Locally, at the edge position the
contrast has been increased without increase of the
saturation at this point. That is why the viewer perceives
less colour. To give the viewer the same colour impression
as on the original picture, a correction to the colour has to
be done at the same place where a change was made in
the luminance. This is CDP.
Skin Tone Dependent Peaking (STDP): The horizontal
and vertical peaking can be reduced in skin tone areas to
avoid that people become too old. Attenuation can be
applied to both horizontal and vertical peaking.
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Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
Abbreviation list
2DNR
3DNR
AARA
ACI
ADC
AFC
AGC
AM
ANR
AR
Artistic
ASF
ATV
AUDIO_C
AUDIO_L
AUDIO_R
AUDIO_SL
AUDIO-SR
AUDIO_SW
Auto TV
BC-PROT
BG
BLC-INFO
B-SC1-IN
B-SC2-IN
B-TXT
BOCMA
CL
ComPair
CRT
CSM
CTI
CVBS
CVBS-TER
DAC
DBE
DC-filament
DFU
DNR
DPL
DSP
DST
DVD
DYN-FASE-COR
Spatial (2D) Noise Reduction
Temporal (3D) Noise Reduction
Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation:
algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to
remove horizontal black bars; keeping
up the original aspect ratio
Automatic Channel Installation:
algorithm that installs TV sets directly
from cable network by means of a
predefined TXT page
Analogue to Digital Converter
Automatic Frequency Control: control
signal used to tune to the correct
frequency
Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
controls the video input of the featurebox
Amplitude Modulation
Automatic Noise Reduction: one of the
algorithms of Auto TV
Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
See OTC 2.5: main processor
Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts
aspect ratio to remove horizontal black
bars but without throwing away video
information
See Auto TV
Audio Centre
Audio Left
Audio Right
Audio Surround Left
Audio surround right
Audio Subwoofer
A hardware and software control
system that measures picture content,
and adapts image parameters in a
dynamic way
Protection signal to the uP for a too
high Beam Current.
System B and G
Black Current Info
Blue SCART1 in
Blue SCART2 in
Blue teletext
BiMOS One Chip Mid-end
Architecture: integrated video and
chroma decoder
Constant Level: audio output to
connect with an external amplifier
Computer aided rePair
Cathode Ray Tube or picture tube
Customer Service Mode
Colour Transient Improvement:
manipulates steepness of chroma
transients
Composite Video Blanking and
Synchronisation
CVBS terrestrial
Digital to Analogue Converter
Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra
low frequency amplification
Filament supply voltage
Direction For Use: description for the
end user
Digital Noise Reduction: noise
reduction feature of the box
Dolby ProLogic
Digital Signal Processing
Dealer Service Tool: special remote
control designed for dealers to enter
e.g. service mode
Digital Versatile Disc
Eagle
EHT
EHT-INFO
EPG
EW
EW-DRIVE
EXT
FALCONIC
FBL
FBL-PIP
FBL-TXT
FBSCO
FBX
FDS
FILAMENT
FLASH
FM
G-TXT
GND-DRIVE
HA50
HD100
HD at HOME
HFB
HIP
HOP
HP
Interlaced
Last Status
LDP
LED
Dynamic phase correction, to correct
the phase of the H-drive
Feature box IC performing peaking,
zooming and sub pixel LTI in both
horizontal and vertical direction, CTI
and other colour features
Extra High Tension
Extra High Tension information, used
for contrast reduction, vertical and
horizontal amplitude correction, beam
current protection, and flash detection.
Electronic Program Guide: system
used by broadcasters to transmit TV
guide information (= NexTView)
East West, related to horizontal
deflection of the set
The drive signal for the EW-transistor
External (source), entering the set via
SCART or via cinches
SAA4992H, Feature Box IC
performing Digital Natural Motion,
3DNR, and vertical zoom and vertical
peaking
Fast Blanking: DC signal
accompanying RGB signals
The fast blanking signal for PIP
The fast blanking signal for TXT. It has
a higher priority than FBL-PIP
Fixed Beam Current Switch Off, a 140
V dip detection to activate the black
switch off circuit
Feature Box: part of small signal /
separate module which contains 100
Hz processing, extra featuring and
AutoTV algorithms (FBX6= based on
PICNIC, FBX7= based on PICNIC and
Eagle)
Full Dual Screen
Filament of CRT
Flash memory
Field Memory or Frequency
Modulation
Green teletext
A separate ground for the line drive
towards the line driver
Horizontal Acquisition 1fh: horizontal
sync pulse coming out of the HIP
Horizontal Drive 2fh: horizontal sync
pulse coming out of the feature-box
A signal from the OTC, to switch the
HOP to the Pixel Plus standard (75 Hz
frame)
Horizontal Flyback Pulse: horizontal
sync pulse from large signal deflection
High-end video Input Processor
(TDA9320): video and chroma
decoder of EM5E
High-end video Output Processor
(TDA9330): video, sync, and
geometry controller of EM5E
Headphone
Scan mode where two fields are used
to form one frame. Each field contains
half the number of the total amount of
lines. The fields are written in 'pairs',
causing line flicker
The settings last chosen by the
customer, read, and stored in RAM or
in the NVM. They are called at start-up
of the set to configure it according the
customers wishes
Line Deflection Protection signal,
derived from the EW-current and
voltage
Light Emitting Diode
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
LINE DRIVE
LNA
LORE
LSP
MSP
MUTE
NC
NVM
O/C
ON/OFF LED
OSD
OTC
P50
PCB
PICNIC
PIP
Progressive Scan
PTP
RAM
R-TXT
RC
RC5 / RC6
RESET
RGB-PIP
RGB-TXT
RGB-VC
ROM
SAM
SC
S/C
SCAVEM
SCL-F
SD
SDA-F
SIF
SIMM
SNERT
SSB
STBY
SW
SWAN
TXT
TXT-DS
TXT-KILL
uP
U100
V100
VA50
VBAT
VD100
VDPOS
VDNEG
Line drive signal (for the Line
transistor)
Low Noise Adapter
LOcal REgression based noise
reduction
Large signal panel
Multi-standard Sound Processor: ITT
sound decoder of EM5E
Mute-Line
Not Connected
Non Volatile Memory: IC containing
TV related data e.g. alignments
Open Circuit
On/Off control signal for the LED
On Screen Display
On screen display Teletext and
Control; also named Artistic
(SAA5800)
Project 50 communication: protocol
between TV and peripherals
Printed Circuit Board
Peripheral Integrated Combined
Network IC (SAA4978): main IC for
100 Hz featuring and feature
processing
Picture In Picture
Scan mode where all scan lines are
displayed in one frame at the same
time, creating a double vertical
resolution.
Picture Tube Panel
Random Access Memory
Red teletext
Remote Control
Signal protocol from the remote
control receiver
Reset signal
RGB-input for PIP
RGB-input for Teletext and OSD
RGB-input to the Picture Tube Panel
Read Only Memory
Service Alignment Mode
Sandcastle: two-level pulse derived
from sync signals
Short Circuit
Scan Velocity Modulation
Clock signal on fast I2C bus
Standard Definition
Data signal on fast I2C bus
Sound Intermediate Frequency
80-fold connector between LSP and
SSB
Synchronous No parity Eight bit
Reception and Transmit
Small Signal Board
Standby
Subwoofer
Spatial Weighted Averaging Noise
reduction
Teletext
Teletext Dual Screen
To kill the TXT picture to insert a PIP.
It has a higher priority than FBL-TXT.
Microprocessor
U from Feature Box
V from Feature Box
Vertical Acquisition 1Fh
Main supply for deflection (mostly 141
V)
Vertical Drive 2fh: vertical sync pulse
from deflection
One of the symmetrical drive signals
for the DC frame output stage.
One of the symmetrical drive signals
for the DC frame output stage.
VDS
VFB
VL
WYSIWYR
X-RAY-PROT
XTAL
Y100
Y-OUT
YUV-Feat
EM5.2E AA
9.
EN 93
Virtual Dolby Surround
Vertical Flyback Pulse: vertical sync
pulse coming from the Feature Box
Variable Level out: processed audio
output towards external amplifier
What You See Is What You Record:
record selection that follows main
picture and sound
A protection signal for too high X-ray
radiation
Quartz crystal
Y from Feature Box
Luminance-signal to HOP IC
The YUV input for the main picture,
coming from the Feature box or the
HIP
EN 94
9.8
9.
Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
EM5.2E AA
IC Data Sheets
In this paragraph, the internal block diagrams and pinning are
given of ICs that are drawn as a 'black box' in the electrical
diagrams (with the exception of 'memory' and 'logic' ICs).
9.8.1
Diagram B3B, SAA4998 (IC7760)
Block diagram of the luminance part in full FALCONIC mode.
FIELD MEMORY 2
DYNAMIC
NOISE
REDUCTION
55 to 62
YA0 to YA7
MEMORY CONTROL
FIELD MEMORY 3
94
VD
41
SNCL
34
SNDA
33
SNRST
SNERT
INTERFACE
COMPRESS
DECOMPRESS
25
ACV
32
RST
MUX
MUX
36
PIPON
50
TWOFMON
CONTROL
SAA4998H
DE-INTERLACER
WITH EDDI
63
REA
68, 69,
71 to 76
64
IE
vectors
67
REF
MPR
LEFT
SPM
31
TCK
29
TDI
ESM
YF7 to YF0
YG7 to YG0
MOTION ESTIMATOR
30
TDO
TPM
1, 2,
5 to 8,
95, 100
VERTICAL
ZOOM
VERTICAL
PEAKING
MPR
RIGHT
vectors
BST/ TEST
28
TMS
UPCONVERSION
27
TRSTN
83
CLK32
Block diagram of the chrominance part in full FALCONIC mode.
FIELD MEMORY 2
COMPRESS/
FORMAT
42 to 47,
53, 54
DECOMPRESS/
REFORMAT
UVA0 to UVA7
FIELD MEMORY 3
DECOMPRESS/
REFORMAT
DNR
SAA4998H
vectors
MPR
LEFT
MPR
RIGHT
UPCONVERSION
FORMAT
78 to 81,
88, 89,
92, 93
VERTICAL
ZOOM
YG5/DPIP5
1
5
2
VSSE
YG3/DPIP3
6
3
YG2/DPIP2
7
VDDE
YG1/DPIP1
8
YG4/DPIP4
YG0/DPIP0
9
4
UVG7/QPIP7
UVG6/QPIP6 10
UVG5/QPIP5 11
UVG4/QPIP4 12
UVG3/QPIP3 13
n.c./LLC 14
VSSE 15
n.c./SWCK2 16
UVG2/QPIP2 17
UVG1/QPIP1 18
n.c./RSTW2 20
n.c./OIE2 21
n.c./IE2 22
VDDP 23
n.c./WE2 24
ACV/RE2 25
n.c./RSTR2 26
TMS 28
TRSTN 27
TDI 29
TDO 30
UVG0/QPIP0 19
Pin configuration
9 to 13,
17 to 19
UVF7 to UVF0
UVG7 to UVG0
TCK 31
100 YG6/DPIP6
RST 32
SNRST 33
99 VSSM
98 VDDM
SNDA 34
97 VSSM
VDDE 35
96 VDDM
PIPON 36
95 YG7/DPIP7
VSSM 37
VDDM 38
VSSM 39
94 VD
SAA4998H
93 UVF0
92 UVF1
VDDM 40
SNCL 41
91 VDDA
90 VSSA
UVA0 42
89 UVF2
UVA1 43
88 UVF3
UVA2 44
87 VSSD
UVA3 45
86 VDDD
UVA4 46
85 VSSS
UVA5 47
84 VDDS
VDDD 48
83 CLK32
VSSD 49
82 VSSE
TWOFMON 50
81 UVF4
80 UVF5
79 UVF6
78 UVF7
77 VDDE
76 YF0
75 YF1
74 YF2
73 YF3
72 YF4
71 YF5
70 VSSE
69 YF6
68 YF7
67 REF
66 VSSD
65 VDDD
64 IE
63 REA
62 YA7
61 YA6
60 YA5
59 YA4
58 YA3
57 YA2
56 YA1
55 YA0
54 UVA7
53 UVA6
52 VSSS
51 VDDS
MXXxxx
Figure 9-1 Internal Block Diagram and Pin Configuration
E_14600_057.eps
300304
Spare Parts List
EM5.2E AA
10.
EN 95
10. Spare Parts List
Set Level
Various
0010
0020
0021
0024
0038
0044
0070
0290h
1099h
1099h
1099h
1116
1180
8190h
8190
8190h
1620
1625
1735
1901
1902
3104 308 10801 Back cover assy
1936h
3104 304 25722 Bracket Deg.coil
1940h
3104 304 25712 Corner bracket deg.coil
1943
4822 404 31341 Coil clamp
1945
3104 304 24911 SSB bracket top
1946h
3139 124 40421 Screw A02-32WSEF
1955
4822 402 11183 Mains cord holder
8000h
3111 254 23481 Coil & clamp
8193h
9301 899 90301 CRT W66ERF042X044
8194h
9301 924 90314 CRT W76ERF062X044
8417h
9301 965 70314 CRT A68ERF142X044/M 8424h
3104 328 30551 Side I/O assy
8498h
3104 328 12141 DC-shift assy
8625h
4622 007 51622 Mainscord UK
8625h
4622 009 50531 Mains cord EU 2m
8936
4822 321 11425 Mains cord EU
8940
b
5203h
5203h
5203
5205
5205
Degausing coil 47858 32"
Degausing coil 28"
Degausing coil 10019 29"
Coil canceller
Coil canceller
Various
4822 404 31363
4822 466 11453
4822 321 11139
4822 321 11499
Mains cord relief
Mains cord block
Mainscord EU 2m
Mains cord EU 2m
Large Signal Panel [A]
Various
0011
0020
0030
0037
0050
0050
0065
0066
0067
0072
0080
0086
0124
0125
0250
0262
0264
0265
0320
0341
0395
0396
0505
1200
1200
1205
1417
1424
1491
1498
1499
1501h
1502
1503h
1505h
1511
1512
1520
1521
1522
1550h
1590
1601h
Connector 3p
Connector 3p m
Connector 4p
Socket 2 x SCART
Connector 2p
Connector 11p m
Connector 11p m
Connector 3p
Connector 3p
Connector 9p
Connector 3p
Cable 640mm EHT
Cable focus 364 mm
Cable 440mm HT-focus
Cable 2P3/400/2P3
Cable 7p/560/7p Wh
Cable 2P/400/2P
Cable 3p/560/3p Bk
Cable 2p/560/2p3 Bk
Cable 11p/820/11p
Cable 11p/480/11p ferr.
2252 811 95021
4822 126 13841
4822 121 51598
4822 124 40248
2020 552 94427
4822 123 14025
2020 552 94427
4822 126 13751
4822 121 43855
4822 121 70162
4822 126 14472
4822 126 14472
4822 121 43526
5322 126 11583
2222 338 22104
4822 124 40764
4822 126 13682
2020 558 90556
4822 124 80061
4822 123 14025
4822 126 11524
4822 123 14025
5322 126 11583
4822 126 13881
4822 124 40248
4822 124 40248
4822 126 14472
4822 126 13881
3198 017 31530
4822 126 10206
4822 126 14472
5322 126 11583
4822 121 70162
3198 017 33330
4822 126 14549
4822 124 40248
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13473
4822 124 80195
2020 021 91445
4822 121 42077
2020 012 93596
2020 012 93771
4822 124 12373
2238 916 15641
2238 916 15641
3198 024 44730
4822 124 12255
3198 024 44730
4822 126 13883
4822 126 14076
4822 126 14237
4822 121 70581
4822 121 70595
2022 333 00091
2038 301 00312
4822 121 10526
4822 121 70435
2222 375 90345
4822 121 10653
4822 121 10658
4822 126 10206
4822 126 10206
2022 333 00163
4822 121 10518
1nF 10% 250V
1nF 20% 250V
2.2nF 5% 400V
10µF 20% 63V
100pF 5% 50V
2200µF 20% 16V
100pF 5% 50V
47nF 10% 63V
3.3nF 5% 400V
10nF 5% 400V
1µF 10% 10V 0805
1µF 10% 10V 0805
47nF 5% 250V
10nF 10% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 275V
22µF 100V
100pF 5% 1kV
680pF 10% 1kV
1000µF 20% 25V
2200µF 20% 16V
1.5nF 10% 1kV
2200µF 20% 16V
10nF 10% 50V 0603
470pF 5% 50V
10µF 20% 63V
10µF 20% 63V
1µF 10% 10V 0805
470pF 5% 50V
15nF 20% 50V 0603
2.2nF 10% 500V
1µF 10% 10V 0805
10nF 10% 50V 0603
10nF 5% 400V
33nF 20% 16V 0603
33nF 16V 0603
10µF 20% 63V
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80%/-20% 50V
470µF 20% 10V
47µF 20% 200V
6.8nF 10% 400V
22µF 20% 250V
33µF 20% 250V
47µF 20% 250V
22nF 10% 25V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
47nF 50V 0603
10µF 20% 50V
47nF 50V 0603
220pF 5% 50V
220nF +80/-20% 25V
470pF 10% 2kV
1.5nF 5% 2kV
1.2nF 5% 2kV
680nF 10% 250V
1.2µF 5% 250V
9.1nF 5% 2kV
10nF 5% 2kV
20nF 5% 630V
22nF 5% 630V
24nF 5% 630V
2.2nF 10% 500V
2.2nF 10% 500V
360nF 5% 250V
390nF 5% 250V
g
2422 549 44244
2422 549 44621
3104 308 20381
3104 308 20961
3128 138 60661
Set Level
0018h
0018h
0061h
0061h
4822 267 10735
2422 025 16382
4822 267 10565
4822 267 10771
4822 267 10982
2422 025 12485
2422 025 12485
4822 267 10748
4822 267 10735
4822 265 41391
4822 267 10735
3104 311 03272
4822 320 20216
4822 320 20189
3104 311 04561
3104 311 02991
3104 311 04531
3104 311 03101
3104 311 03331
3104 311 05271
3104 311 06611
3104 308 78231
4822 492 70789
3104 304 23001
3104 304 24891
3104 304 90361
4822 466 93461
3104 304 22031
3104 304 23051
3104 304 23061
3104 304 24901
4822 492 70789
4822 256 91879
3104 300 40441
3104 304 90361
3104 308 78181
3104 304 10722
3104 304 10661
3104 304 10661
4822 255 41371
4822 492 63524
4822 492 70789
4822 492 70789
4822 492 62076
3139 147 19341
3139 147 19361
2422 025 17242
4822 265 20723
2422 025 11244
4822 267 10973
2422 025 04849
2422 025 04849
4822 070 35002
4822 267 10774
4822 070 12502
2422 025 16374
4822 265 11253
4822 265 11253
3104 301 24181
3104 301 24181
4822 255 41371
2422 132 07411
4822 252 60151
2422 086 10919
Transistor cooling clip
Fix transistor
LSP chassisframe
LOT bracket
Insulating plate
Insulating plate 20 X 25
LOT spacer
Conn. support EMGS
Conn. part EMGS
SSB bracket bot.
Fix transistor
Plastic holder
PT screw K40 X 30
Insulating plate
Cable clamp twist lock
Cable clamp
Cable clamp
Cable clamp
Transistor clamp
Transistor clamp
Fix transistor
Fix transistor
Transistor clamp
Tuner UV1318S/A I-3
Tuner UV1318S/A I U-3
Connector 80p f SIMM
Connector 2p
Connector 7p m
Connector 1p
Connector 2p m
Connector 2p m
Fuse 5A
Connector 2p male (red)
Fuse 2.5A
Connector 2p m
Fuse holder
Fuse holder
Spring for Bracket
Spring for Bracket
Transistor clamp
Relay 1p 5V 5A
Surge protect
Fuse 65V 125mA
2100h
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2114h
2115
2116
2117
2118
2119
2120
2126
2130
2131
2140
2141
2144
2145
2147
2148
2149
2150
2152
2154
2154
2200
2201
2202
2203
2400
2401
2402
2402
2402
2403
2404
2412
2413
2414
2415
2417
2419
2420
2420
2421
2421
2425
2425
2426
2426
2426
2430
2431
2433
2433
2433
2440
2443
2448
2450
2451
2454
2455
2457
2458
2460
2462
2463
2464
2465
2466
2468
2480
2482
2483
2483
2490
2491
2492
2494
2494
2495
2495
2497
2499
2501
2503
2504
2505h
2506
2507h
2508h
2509h
2510
2511
2512
2513
2514
2515
2516
2517
2518
2519
2520h
2522
2525
2528
2530
2531
2535
2537h
2538
2540
2541
2542
2543
2544
2601
2603
2604
2605
2620
2621
2622
2623
2624
2625
2627
2628
2630
2631
2633
2635
2642
2653
2653
2656
2657
2659
2660
2702
2704
2705
2706
4822 121 42634
2022 552 05679
9965 000 09661
5322 122 32268
5322 121 42578
2020 012 93757
3198 017 31530
5322 126 11578
2020 552 96804
4822 126 14241
4822 124 81144
4822 124 80061
4822 122 31177
4822 124 80061
4822 122 31177
2238 586 59812
4822 122 31177
5322 126 11582
3198 017 34730
4822 126 14238
5322 126 11579
9965 000 14169
4822 124 81151
9965 000 14169
2020 552 96326
2238 780 15654
2020 552 96326
2238 780 15654
4822 126 12105
5322 126 11579
4822 126 13449
5322 121 42489
2238 916 15641
2020 554 90173
5322 121 42386
2222 338 22474
2222 338 23223
2222 338 23223
4822 126 13449
4822 124 12417
4822 124 12417
4822 126 13881
4822 126 14238
4822 124 80096
2020 024 90743
4822 121 70162
4822 122 31211
4822 126 10206
2222 338 22104
4822 126 10206
4822 126 14247
4822 126 14472
4822 126 14472
4822 122 31177
4822 126 13193
2222 338 23223
4822 122 33177
4822 124 40248
4822 122 31211
4822 124 80061
4822 124 80061
4822 126 14238
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13883
4822 126 13473
4822 126 13883
4822 126 13473
2238 586 59812
4822 124 40255
4822 126 14238
4822 121 51319
4822 121 51319
5322 124 40641
4822 124 40255
4822 126 14491
4822 126 14491
5322 126 11579
2238 586 59812
4822 124 40255
2238 586 15628
5322 126 11579
2238 916 15641
2238 916 15641
2238 916 15641
5322 126 11578
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
4822 126 13482
4822 126 14585
560nF 5% 250V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
470pF 50V 10%
470pF 5% 50V 0805 NP0
100nF 5% 250V
1000µF 20% 10V
15nF 20% 50V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
15nF 10% 50V 0805
330pF 0603 50V
1000µF 16V
1000µF 20% 25V
470pF 10% 500V
1000µF 20% 25V
470pF 10% 500V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
470pF 10% 500V
6.8nF 10% 63V
47nF 16V 0603
2.2nF 50V 0603
3.3nF 10% 63V
100µF 10V 20%
22µF 50V
100µF 10V 20%
220nF 10% 16V
220nF 10% 16V 0805
220nF 10% 16V
220nF 10% 16V 0805
33nF 5% 50V 0805
3.3nF 10% 63V
1nF 10% 2kV
33nF 5% 250V
22nF 10% 25V 0603
2.2nF 20% 250V
100nF 5% 63V
470nF 20% 275V
22nF 20% 275V
22nF 20% 275V
1nF 10% 2kV
2200µF 20% 25V
2200µF 20% 25V
470pF 5% 50V
2.2nF 50V 0603
47µF 200V
220µF 20% 400V
10nF 5% 400V
100pF 10% 500V
2.2nF 10% 500V
100nF 20% 275V
2.2nF 10% 500V
1.5nF 50V 0603
1µF 10% 10V 0805
1µF 10% 10V 0805
470pF 10% 500V
4.7nF 10% 63V
22nF 20% 275V
10nF 20% 50V
10µF 20% 63V
100pF 10% 500V
1000µF 20% 25V
1000µF 20% 25V
2.2nF 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220pF 5% 50V
220nF +80%/-20% 50V
220pF 5% 50V
220nF +80%/-20% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 63V
2.2nF 50V 0603
1µF 10% 63V
1µF 10% 63V
10µF 20% 100V
100µF 20% 63V
2.2µF 10V 0805
2.2µF 10V 0805
3.3nF 10% 63V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 63V
2.7nF 10% 50V 0603
3.3nF 10% 63V
22nF 10% 25V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
470nF +80%/-20% 16V
100nF 10% 0805 50V
EN 96
2707
2708
2709
2710
2711
2712
2713
2714
2714
2715
2716
2717
2718
2719
2720
2721
2722
2724
2726
2726
2727
2728
2729
2730
2777
2778
2779
2780
2781
2786
2914
2915
2917
2929
2940
2941
2942
2943
2944
2945
2946
2947
2948
2949
2950
2951
2952
2985
2987
2989
2990
2991
2992
2993
2994
2995
2996
2997
2998
2999
10.
EM5.2E AA
4822 126 14076
4822 126 14076
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
3198 016 31020
2020 552 96683
4822 126 14076
3198 017 33330
4822 126 14549
3198 016 31020
4822 126 14241
5322 121 42498
2222 867 15339
3198 016 31020
4822 126 14076
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
2020 552 96683
3198 017 33330
4822 126 14549
3198 016 31020
4822 126 14241
5322 121 42498
4822 126 14505
2020 552 96684
4822 124 41751
2020 552 96684
2020 552 96684
2020 552 96684
2238 916 15641
4822 124 40248
4822 124 12255
4822 126 14585
4822 126 13879
9965 000 14169
4822 126 14585
4822 126 14585
4822 126 14585
4822 126 13879
4822 126 14491
4822 126 14491
2020 012 93843
9965 000 14169
9965 000 14169
5322 126 11583
5322 126 11583
5322 126 11578
4822 126 14315
5322 122 31863
5322 122 31863
5322 122 31863
5322 122 32531
5322 122 31863
5322 122 32531
5322 122 31863
5322 122 31863
5322 122 31863
5322 122 31863
5322 122 32531
5322 122 32531
220nF +80/-20% 25V
220nF +80/-20% 25V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
1nF 25V 0603
220nF 10% 50V
220nF +80/-20% 25V
33nF 20% 16V 0603
33nF 16V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
330pF 0603 50V
680nF 5% 63V
33pF 5% 50V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
220nF +80/-20% 25V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
220nF 10% 50V
33nF 20% 16V 0603
33nF 16V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
330pF 0603 50V
680nF 5% 63V
4.7nF 10% 2KV
470nF 10% 25V 0805
47µF 20% 50V
470nF 10% 25V 0805
470nF 10% 25V 0805
470nF 10% 25V 0805
22nF 10% 25V 0603
10µF 20% 63V
10µF 20% 50V
100nF 10% 0805 50V
220nF +80-20% 16V
100µF 10V 20%
100nF 10% 0805 50V
100nF 10% 0805 50V
100nF 10% 0805 50V
220nF +80-20% 16V
2.2µF 10V 0805
2.2µF 10V 0805
4.7µF 20% 50V
100µF 10V 20%
100µF 10V 20%
10nF 10% 50V 0603
10nF 10% 50V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
390pF 5% 50V 0603
330pF 5% 63V 0805
330pF 5% 63V 0805
330pF 5% 63V 0805
100pF 5% 50V
330pF 5% 63V 0805
100pF 5% 50V
330pF 5% 63V 0805
330pF 5% 63V 0805
330pF 5% 63V 0805
330pF 5% 63V 0805
100pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
4822 053 20106
4822 053 20225
2312 915 11002
2312 915 11002
4822 116 52195
4822 050 11002
4822 116 52256
4822 116 52256
2122 101 02083
4822 053 10152
4822 116 52186
4822 116 83872
4822 116 52257
4822 116 52257
4822 116 52195
2122 101 02083
4822 051 20109
4822 051 30109
4822 116 52199
4822 116 52182
4822 050 21003
4822 116 52289
4822 051 30479
4822 051 30471
4822 051 20479
4822 117 10834
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30109
4822 050 24702
10MΩ 5% 0.25W
2.2MΩ 5% 0.25W
1kΩ 1% 0.5W
1kΩ 1% 0.5W
47Ω 5% 0.5W
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.5W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.5W
1.5Ω 5% 0.5W
1.5kΩ 5% 1W
22Ω 5% 0.5W
220Ω 5% 0.5W
22kΩ 5% 0.5W
22kΩ 5% 0.5W
47Ω 5% 0.5W
1.5Ω 5% 0.5W
10Ω 5% 0.1W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
68Ω 5% 0.5W
15Ω 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 1% 0.6W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.5W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
47kΩ 1% 0.1W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 1% 0.6W
f
3101
3101
3102
3103
3104
3105
3106
3107
3108
3111
3113
3114
3115
3116
3117
3118
3120
3123
3124
3125
3126
3127
3130
3131
3132
3133
3134
3135
3136
3137
Spare Parts List
3138
3140
3141
3142
3143
3144
3150
3151
3152
3153
3155
3156
3157
3158
3159
3160
3161h
3162
3163
3164
3165
3168
3170
3200
3201
3210
3211
3212
3213
3250
3261
3262
3400h
3401
3402
3403
3404
3406
3407
3409
3410
3411
3412
3414
3415
3417
3418
3418
3419
3420
3421
3422
3423
3425
3426
3427
3427
3429
3429
3431h
3440
3441
3442
3443
3447
3449h
3450
3450
3451
3451
3454
3455
3456
3457
3458
3459
3460h
3461h
3462h
3463h
3464h
3465h
3466
3467
3472
3474
3475
3476
3478
3479h
3480h
3480h
3481h
3482
4822 051 20824
4822 051 20223
4822 116 52263
4822 051 30332
4822 051 30101
4822 116 83883
4822 117 11373
4822 051 30109
4822 051 30102
4822 051 20472
4822 051 30101
5322 117 13017
4822 051 30103
2322 704 64709
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30102
4822 052 10221
4822 116 83883
4822 053 20106
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30331
4822 051 20472
4822 116 52291
4822 117 11373
4822 117 11373
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30101
4822 116 52182
4822 051 20223
4822 117 11373
4822 117 11373
4822 052 11108
2120 105 93473
4822 053 10121
4822 116 52175
4822 051 30471
4822 117 11373
4822 051 30103
4822 050 11002
4822 051 20479
2122 101 02111
4822 117 11817
4822 051 30331
3198 012 31590
4822 116 52176
2312 915 16803
4822 050 25603
4822 051 30474
4822 051 30332
4822 051 30474
4822 051 30332
4822 053 10688
4822 116 52176
4822 116 52176
4822 051 30334
4822 051 30684
3198 021 32250
4822 051 30105
2306 207 03151
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30474
4822 051 30684
4822 117 11373
4822 052 10101
4822 050 21003
4822 116 52238
4822 050 21003
4822 116 52238
4822 051 20108
5322 117 13056
4822 117 12903
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30272
4822 052 10108
4822 052 10108
4822 052 11108
4822 052 11108
4822 052 11108
4822 052 11108
4822 051 30472
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30393
4822 051 30563
4822 051 30472
4822 116 83874
4822 116 52175
4822 052 10478
4822 052 10478
4822 052 10688
2322 750 61001
4822 051 30221
820kΩ 5% 0,1W
22kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.5W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
100Ω 1% 0805
10Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.33W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
10MΩ 5% 0.25W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
330Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7kΩ 5% 0.1W
56kΩ 5% 0.5W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
15Ω 5% 0.5W
22kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
1Ω 5% 0.5W
27Ω 5% 3W
120Ω 5% 1W
100Ω 5% 0.5W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 1% 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
39Ω 5% 0.5W
1.2kΩ 1% 0.0625W
330Ω 5% 0.062W
15Ω 5% 3W
10Ω 5% 0.5W
68kΩ 1% 0.5W
56kΩ 1% 0.6W
470kΩ 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
470kΩ 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
6.8Ω 5% 1W
10Ω 5% 0.5W
10Ω 5% 0.5W
330kΩ 5% 0.062W
680kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2MΩ 5% 0603
1MΩ 5% 0.062W
150Ω 5% 0.5W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
470kΩ 5% 0.062W
680kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 5% 0.33W
10kΩ 1% 0.6W
12kΩ 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 1% 0.6W
12kΩ 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.1W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1.8kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1.5Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
1Ω 5% 0.33W
1Ω 5% 0.33W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
39kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
220kΩ 5% 0.5W
100Ω 5% 0.5W
4.7Ω 5% 0.33W
4.7Ω 5% 0.33W
6.8Ω 5% 0.33W
100Ω 5% 1206
220Ω 5% 0.062W
3483
3485
3486
3487
3488
3488
3489
3490
3491
3492
3493
3496
3497
3501
3503
3504
3505
3506
3507
3508
3509h
3510
3511
3512
3513h
3513
3514
3515
3517
3518
3519
3520
3520
3521h
3522
3523
3524
3525
3526
3527
3528
3529
3530
3531
3532
3533
3534
3535
3536
3537
3540
3543
3547
3549
3550h
3551
3552
3553
3610
3611
3620
3620
3620
3621
3621
3622
3622
3623
3623
3624h
3625
3625
3626
3626
3627
3630
3631
3632
3633
3634
3635
3636
3637
3638
3639
3640
3641
3642
3643
3644
3645
3646
3647
3649
4822 117 12903
4822 051 30471
2322 704 67502
5322 117 13056
4822 050 21005
4822 050 26804
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30332
4822 117 12925
4822 116 52175
4822 050 21504
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30333
4822 116 83872
4822 050 21003
4822 051 30222
4822 116 52257
4822 051 30562
4822 050 21604
4822 116 52182
2122 550 00158
4822 117 11454
4822 053 11222
4822 117 12891
2322 193 53474
4822 116 52272
2322 193 53397
2322 193 53397
4822 117 10834
4822 116 52245
4822 051 30102
4822 053 11223
4822 053 11333
4822 053 21475
4822 117 11507
4822 051 20105
4822 051 30333
4822 051 30479
4822 116 83303
4822 117 11951
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30102
4822 117 11507
4822 117 12925
4822 116 52182
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30479
4822 052 10102
4822 116 52182
4822 050 23303
4822 050 24708
4822 051 30008
2322 704 62204
2122 663 00018
4822 116 83872
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30222
2122 101 02083
4822 050 21808
4822 116 80176
2122 101 02083
4822 116 80176
2122 101 02083
4822 050 21808
4822 116 52251
4822 116 52257
4822 052 10158
4822 116 52219
4822 116 83872
4822 116 52219
4822 116 83872
4822 051 20223
4822 051 30333
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30393
4822 051 30563
4822 116 83882
4822 116 52219
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30474
4822 051 30563
4822 051 30222
4822 116 83883
4822 101 11193
4822 051 30334
4822 051 30221
4822 116 52245
4822 117 12925
4822 051 20228
4822 051 30103
1.8kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47Ω 5% 0.062W
7.5kΩ 1% 0.5W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1MΩ 1% 0.6W
680kΩ 1% 0.6W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
100Ω 5% 0.5W
150kΩ 1% 0.6W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 1% 0.6W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.5W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
160kΩ 1% 0.6W
15Ω 5% 0.5W
VDR 1mA 612V
820Ω 1% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 2W
220kΩ 1%
470kΩ 5% 0,5W
330k 5% 0.5W
0.39Ω 5% 0.6W
0.39Ω 5% 0.6W
47kΩ 1% 0.1W
150kΩ 5% 0.5W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 2W
33kΩ 5% 2W
4.7MΩ 5% 0.5W
6.8kΩ 1% 0.1W
1MΩ 5% 0.1W
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
0.1Ω 2W
2kΩ 1% 0.1W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8kΩ 1% 0.1W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
15Ω 5% 0.5W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.33W
15Ω 5% 0.5W
33kΩ 1% 0.6W
4.7Ω 1% 0.6W
Jumper 0603
220kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
4.7Ω 20%
220Ω 5% 0.5W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5Ω 5% 0.5W
1.8Ω 1% 0,6W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
1.5Ω 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
1.5Ω 5% 0.5W
1.8Ω 1% 0,6W
18kΩ 5% 0.5W
22kΩ 5% 0.5W
1.5Ω 5% 0.33W
330Ω 5% 0.5W
220Ω 5% 0.5W
330Ω 5% 0.5W
220Ω 5% 0.5W
22kΩ 5% 0.1W
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
39kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
39kΩ 5% 0.5W
330Ω 5% 0.5W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
470kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
47kΩ 30% 0.1W
330kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
150kΩ 5% 0.5W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
2.2Ω 5% 0.1W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
Spare Parts List
3653
3655
3656
3657
3658
3659
3660
3661
3661
3662
3665
3681
3682
3683
3684
3685
3686
3687
3688
3690
3701
3702
3703
3704
3705
3706
3707
3708
3709
3710
3711
3712
3713
3714
3715
3716
3717
3718
3721
3722
3723
3724
3725
3726
3727
3743
3745
3746
3748
3749
3750
3760
3790
3791
3792
3793
3798
3903
3904h
3907
3910
3928
3938
3939
3940
3941h
3942
3943
3945
3959
3960
3961
3962
3965
3966
3967
3968
3969
3970
3971
3972
3973
3974
3975
3976
3977
3978
3979
3980
3981
3982
3983
3984
3985
4822 051 20223
4822 051 30123
4822 117 11817
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30562
4822 116 52219
4822 116 83883
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30479
4822 116 52207
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30682
4822 051 30273
4822 051 30563
4822 116 52207
4822 051 20684
4822 051 30109
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30682
4822 051 30333
4822 117 10833
4822 051 20828
2322 704 65102
4822 051 30683
4822 051 30563
4822 117 11503
4822 051 30223
4822 050 21204
4822 117 12706
4822 116 83884
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
2322 704 65102
4822 051 30683
4822 051 30563
4822 117 11503
4822 051 30223
4822 117 11503
4822 117 11503
4822 117 11449
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30008
4822 116 83883
4822 117 11449
4822 117 12891
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30153
4822 051 20561
4822 052 10688
4822 051 20479
4822 117 12521
4822 051 30008
4822 117 11373
4822 051 30103
4822 051 20561
4822 052 10688
4822 117 11373
4822 051 30103
4822 117 12955
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 116 52201
4822 116 52201
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 116 52201
2122 101 02073
4822 116 52201
4822 116 52201
4822 116 52201
4822 117 11373
4822 117 11373
4822 117 11373
4822 116 52201
4822 117 11373
4822 051 20822
4822 051 20392
4822 116 52175
4822 051 20822
4822 116 52201
22kΩ 5% 0.1W
12kΩ 5% 0.1W
1.2kΩ 1% 0.0625W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
330Ω 5% 0.5W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
1.5Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
1.2kΩ 5% 0.5W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8Ω 5% 0.062W
27kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.2kΩ 5% 0.5W
680kΩ 5% 0.1W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8Ω 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 1% 0.1W
8.2Ω 5% 0.1W
5.1kΩ 1% 0603
68kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 1% 0.1W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
120kΩ 1% 0,6W
10kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 5% 0.5W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
5.1kΩ 1% 0603
68kΩ 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 1% 0.1W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 1% 0.1W
220Ω 1% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
470Ω 5% 0.5W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.1W 0805
220kΩ 1%
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
560Ω 5% 0.1W
6.8Ω 5% 0.33W
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
68Ω 1% 0.1W
Jumper 0603
100Ω 1% 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
560Ω 5% 0.1W
6.8Ω 5% 0.33W
100Ω 1% 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 1% 0.1W 0805
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
75Ω 5% 0.5W
75Ω 5% 0.5W
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
75Ω 5% 0.5W
82Ω 5% 0.5W
75Ω 5% 0.5W
75Ω 5% 0.5W
75Ω 5% 0.5W
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
75Ω 5% 0.5W
100Ω 1% 0805
8.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.9kΩ 5% 0.1W
100Ω 5% 0.5W
8.2kΩ 5% 0.1W
75Ω 5% 0.5W
3986
3987
3988
3989
3990
3991
3992
3993
3994
3995
3996
3997
9101
9102
9103
9105
9107
9108
9128
9200
9202
9203
9204
9207
9208
9209
9210
9211
9212
9214
9215
9216
9217
9218
9219
9221
9222
9251
9260
9261
9262
9263
9264
9418
9421
9422
9424
9427
9428
9429
9430
9431
9432
9433
9434
9435
9436
9437
9438
9440
9441
9443
9481
9483
9499
9505
9560
9561
9621
9624
9676
9677
9702
9703
9704
9705
9706
9707
9713
9714
9716
9717
9908
9927
9928
9929
9960
9961
9962
9966
9979
9981
9985
9986
4822 116 52276
4822 116 52175
4822 051 10102
4822 050 11002
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
4822 116 83868
4822 051 10102
4822 051 10102
4822 117 10353
4822 117 10353
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
3198 036 90010
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
3198 036 90010
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
3198 036 90010
4822 051 30008
3198 036 90010
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 20008
3.9Ω 5% 0.5W
100Ω 5% 0.5W
1kΩ 2% 0.25W
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 5% 0.5W
1kΩ 2% 0.25W
1kΩ 2% 0.25W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
150Ω 1% 0.1W
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Wire 0.58mm
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Wire 0.58mm
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
47Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Wire 0.58mm
Jumper 0603
Wire 0.58mm
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0805
EM5.2E AA
9987
9988
9989
9990
9991
9992
9993
9994
9996
9997
10.
EN 97
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
3198 036 90010
4822 051 20008
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Wire 0.58mm
Jumper 0805
3104 308 20431
2422 535 94639
4822 526 10704
4822 157 11411
2422 535 94632
4822 526 10704
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 526 10704
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11869
2422 536 00059
3198 018 21510
3128 138 39091
4822 157 71097
3104 308 20591
3104 308 20611
3128 138 56152
3104 308 20671
3104 308 20752
4822 157 71097
4822 157 11411
4822 157 70826
3104 308 20491
3104 308 20941
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
2422 549 44877
4822 157 11411
2422 531 02501
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
3104 308 20511
4822 157 11869
4822 157 11869
4822 157 11869
4822 157 11771
3104 308 20571
2422 536 00385
2422 536 00385
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11411
4822 157 11299
4822 157 11869
4822 157 10359
4822 157 11411
Transf. BS25126-03
10µH 20%
Bead 50 Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
1µH 30%
Bead 50 Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 50 Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
33µH 10%
12µH 10%
150µH 10%
Transformer CE165T
0.56µH 10%
Linearity coil 32"
Linearity coil 5µH 30"
Linearity coil (28")
Bridge coil BC21215-01
Bridge coil BC21237-0
0.56µH 10%
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
2.4µH
LOT 1392.9014A
LOT 1392.3001B
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Filter 45mH DMF2845H
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Transf. S30940-04
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Filter mains 40mH
33µH 10%
33µH 10%
33µH 10%
0.09µH 10%
Transf. S13974-03
68µH 10%
68µH 10%
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
10µH 5%
33µH 10%
33µH
Bead 80Ω at 100MHz
4822 130 11397
4822 130 80622
4822 130 11522
9340 548 69115
4822 130 41601
4822 130 34281
3198 010 52290
4822 130 11528
4822 130 31083
9340 418 70133
9322 161 78682
4822 130 11551
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11528
4822 130 30621
4822 130 30621
3198 010 53980
9340 548 71115
9340 548 71115
9340 548 71115
4822 130 11596
9322 171 80685
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
BAS316
BAT54
UDZ15B
PDZ27B
BYV95A
BZX79-B15
BZX79-B22
1PS76SB10
BYW55
BYV27-600
SB360L-7024
UDZS10B
BAS316
1PS76SB10
1N4148
1N4148
BZX79-B3V9
PDZ33B
PDZ33B
PDZ33B
BYW29EX-200
BZX384-B6V8
BAS316
BAS316
b
5100h
5102
5103
5104
5105
5106
5111
5113
5113
5130
5400
5401
5402
5410h
5411
5421
5421
5421
5422
5422
5423
5425
5426
5430h
5430h
5461
5463
5465
5467
5469
5503h
5505
5506h
5507
5509
5511
5513
5514
5515
5620
5621h
5701
5702
5703
5707
5708
5711
5712
5901
5902
5903
5904
d
6080
6082
6084
6100
6103
6105
6106
6108
6109
6110
6111
6112
6115
6115
6120
6121
6122
6123
6124
6125
6130
6132
6133
6134
EN 98
6141
6142
6144
6147
6148
6149
6200
6201
6202
6400
6405
6406
6407
6408
6421
6422
6442
6455
6456
6457
6458
6460
6462
6464
6465
6480
6481
6482
6483
6493
6505
6506
6509
6510
6511
6512
6514
6515
6516
6517
6525h
6530
6534
6535
6536
6537
6614
6615
6616
6617
6618
6619
6620
6621
6622
6623
6624
6625
6626
6627
6701
6745
6950
6951
6953
6954
6955
6956
6957
6958
6959
6960
6961
6962
10.
EM5.2E AA
4822 130 11522
4822 130 11528
4822 130 11397
4822 130 34278
5322 130 31938
4822 130 11397
9340 548 71115
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 70055
4822 130 34383
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 41601
4822 130 10753
4822 130 10218
4822 130 11522
4822 130 11397
5322 130 34337
9322 102 64685
3198 020 55680
4822 130 41487
9322 192 67682
9322 192 67682
3139 120 52021
4822 130 41601
4822 130 11522
4822 130 11397
4822 130 80622
4822 130 80622
4822 130 34281
4822 130 80622
4822 130 11397
4822 130 61219
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
5322 130 31932
4822 130 33657
4822 130 11397
4822 130 80622
3198 010 10640
4822 130 41487
9322 165 72687
4822 130 11572
4822 130 11572
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11528
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 41601
4822 130 10871
4822 130 41601
5322 130 32296
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11551
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
9340 548 61115
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
UDZ15B
1PS76SB10
BAS316
BZX79-B6V8
BYV27-200
BAS316
PDZ33B
BAS316
BAS316
BYV27-400
BZX79-B47
BAS316
BAS316
BYV95A
BY359X-1500
BY229X-800
UDZ15B
BAS316
BAV99
UDZ2.7B
BZX384-C5V6
BYV95C
BYW76-PK1
BYW76-PK1
BYV29X-500
BYV95A
UDZ15B
BAS316
BAT54
BAT54
BZX79-B15
BAT54
BAS316
BZX79-B10
BAS316
BAS316
BZT03-C200
BZV85-C6V8
BAS316
BAT54
Bridge cell GBU4K
BYV95C
DTV1500MFP
STPS8H100F
STPS8H100F
BAS316
1PS76SB10
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BYV95A
SBYV27-200
BYV95A
BZV85-C10
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
UDZS10B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ12B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
4822 130 44568
4822 130 40981
4822 130 11417
9322 149 04682
5322 130 60159
4822 130 11336
5322 130 60159
4822 130 60373
5322 130 60159
4822 130 11336
5322 130 60159
4822 130 42804
5322 130 44647
5322 130 60159
9340 210 30127
4822 209 70672
BC557B
BC337-25
STP3NB60FP
TCET1102
BC846B
STP16NE06FP
BC846B
BC856B
BC846B
STP16NE06FP
BC846B
BC817-25
BC368
BC846B
BU2520DX
LM358N SEL.
ce
7100
7101
7102
7103h
7130
7131
7132
7133
7140
7141
7210
7211
7408
7409
7421
7440
Spare Parts List
7441
7442
7443
7445
7450
7450
7455
7480
7482h
7486
7487
7501
7502
7504
7506
7507h
7528
7529
7530
7611
7612
7613
7614
7620
7641
7653
7654
7680
7681
7682
7700
7701
7703
7704
7705
7706
7707
7902
7908
7910
7911
4822 130 60373
4822 130 60373
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 209 61472
5322 209 70225
4822 209 73852
4822 130 11417
4822 130 11418
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
4822 130 40959
9322 194 28687
4822 209 14933
9322 149 04682
4822 130 40981
4822 130 44461
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
4822 209 14933
5322 130 60159
4822 209 90009
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
4822 130 60373
4822 209 60956
5322 130 60159
5322 130 44647
9322 163 86682
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
4822 130 60373
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
9322 166 03682
4822 209 72042
BC856B
BC856B
BC846B
BC846B
LM393M
LM393D
PMBT2369
STP3NB60FP
TCDT1102G
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
BC547B
STP5NK40ZFP
TL431IZ
TCET1102
BC337-25
BC546B
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
TL431IZ
BC846B
TDA8177
BC846B
BC846B
BC856B
TDA7052/N2
BC846B
BC368
TDA7490L
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
BC856B
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
LD1085V36
L78L05ACZ
2031
2033
2034
2035
2036
2037
2038
2039
2040
2302
2303
2304
2305
2306
2307
2308
2312
2313
2314
2315
2316
2317
2318
2319
2320
2321
2322
2323
2324
2325
2326
2327
2328
2329
2330
2331
2332
2333
2334
2336
2338
2340
2350
2351
Small Signal Board [B]
2352
2353
Various
2354
2355
0072
3104 301 24191 Frame SSB A-side
2356
0073
3104 301 24211 Cover SSB A-side
2357
0074
3104 301 24221 Cover SSB Z-side
2358
0075
3104 301 24201 Frame SSB Z-side
2359
1001
2422 543 89022 Xtal 6MHz 20p
2360
1301
2422 540 98456 Resonator 12MHz
2361
1305
2422 543 01184 Xtal 4.433619MHz 20p
2362
1308
2422 543 01183 Xtal 3.579545MHz 16p
2363
1402
2422 025 16966 Connector 5p m SMD
2364
2422 086 11092 Fuse 500mA 50V F SMD
1403h
2365
1407
2422 549 44324 Filt. 5.5/5.74MHz
2366
1408
2422 549 44372 SAW 38.9MHz K3953L
2367
1409
2422 549 44369 SAW 38.9MHz K9656L
2368
1651
2422 543 89019 Xtal 18.432MHz 12p
2369
1680
2422 025 16961 Connector 6p m SMD
2370
1702
2422 540 98456 Resonator 12MHz
2371
8402h
3104 311 06411 Cable assy + ferr.
2372
3104 311 06421 Cable assy + ferr.
8680h
2373
2374
2375
g
2376
2377
2001
2222 867 15339 33pF 5% 50V 0603
2378
2002
4822 126 11669 27pF 5% 50V 0603
2383
2003
4822 126 13879 220nF +80-20% 16V
2384
2004
4822 126 13879 220nF +80-20% 16V
2385
2005
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2386
2006
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2390
2007
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2391
2008
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2392
2010
4822 126 11785 47pF 5% 50V 0603
2394
2011
4822 126 11785 47pF 5% 50V 0603
2404
2012
4822 126 11785 47pF 5% 50V 0603
2404
2013
4822 124 12095 100µF 20% 16V
2405
2016
4822 124 12095 100µF 20% 16V
2406
2017
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2407
2019
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2408
2020
4822 126 13883 220pF 5% 50V
2409
2022
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2411
2023
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2412
2024
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2417
2025
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2418
2026
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2420
2027
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2420
2028
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2422
2029
2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603
2424
2238 586 59812
4822 126 14226
4822 126 14226
4822 126 14226
4822 126 14226
4822 126 14226
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2022 552 05679
4822 122 33741
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13881
2238 586 59812
4822 122 33741
2020 552 96659
2020 552 96685
4822 124 12095
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2022 552 05679
2238 916 15641
4822 126 14247
4822 122 33741
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
5322 126 11583
2238 586 59812
5322 126 11583
4822 051 30759
4822 122 33761
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 14491
4822 126 14491
4822 126 14491
2238 586 59812
4822 124 12095
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 051 30759
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
5322 126 11579
4822 122 33752
3198 016 31280
3198 016 31280
4822 126 11663
4822 126 13881
4822 051 30759
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13193
4822 126 14043
2238 586 59812
4822 126 14491
2238 916 15641
2238 586 59812
4822 124 12095
2238 586 59812
4822 051 30759
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13883
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13193
4822 126 14491
2022 552 05615
2022 552 05679
4822 126 13193
4822 126 13883
4822 126 14221
3198 016 32780
4822 126 14491
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13193
3198 017 44740
4822 126 13956
3198 016 31510
4822 122 33753
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
100nF 20% 50V 0603
82pF 5% 50V 0603
82pF 5% 50V 0603
82pF 5% 50V 0603
82pF 5% 50V 0603
82pF 5% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
1µF 10% 16V 0805
10pF 10% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
470pF 5% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10pF 10% 50V
33µF 5% 50V 1206
100nF 5% 25V 1206
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
1µF 10% 16V 0805
22nF 10% 25V 0603
1.5nF 50V 0603
10pF 10% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10nF 10% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10nF 10% 50V 0603
75Ω 5% 0.062W
22pF 5% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
2.2µF 10V 0805
2.2µF 10V 0805
2.2µF 10V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
75Ω 5% 0.062W
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
3.3nF 10% 63V
15pF 5% 50V
1.2pF 0.25pF 50V 0603
1.2pF 0.25pF 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
470pF 5% 50V
75Ω 5% 0.062W
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
4.7nF 10% 63V
1µF +80-20% 16V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0603
2.2µF 10V 0805
22nF 10% 25V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
75Ω 5% 0.062W
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220pF 5% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
4.7nF 10% 63V
2.2µF 10V 0805
2.2µF 10% 6.3V 0805
1µF 10% 16V 0805
4.7nF 10% 63V
220pF 5% 50V
68pF 5% 50V NP0 0603
2.7pF 10% 50V 0603
2.2µF 10V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0603
4.7nF 10% 63V
470nF 10V 0603
6.8pF 5% 63V 0603
150pF 10% 50V 0603
150pF 5% NP0 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
Spare Parts List
2425
2431
2501
2502
2502
2503
2503
2504
2504
2505
2505
2506
2506
2507
2507
2508
2510
2511
2512
2513
2515
2516
2520
2521
2522
2523
2524
2525
2526
2528
2529
2530
2546
2547
2548
2549
2550
2552
2553
2554
2555
2562
2563
2564
2565
2566
2567
2568
2569
2570
2571
2571
2574
2575
2576
2577
2578
2579
2580
2581
2582
2583
2593
2594
2595
2609
2610
2611
2634
2640
2643
2643
2644
2645
2645
2646
2649
2651
2652
2653
2653
2654
2659
2660
2661
2661
2662
2662
2663
2664
2665
2666
2667
2668
4822 124 12095
2238 586 59812
4822 126 11785
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
4822 124 12095
2022 552 05679
2022 552 05679
4822 126 13879
4822 124 12084
2020 552 94427
2020 552 96221
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13881
3198 016 31020
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13881
3198 016 31020
4822 126 14585
4822 126 14472
4822 126 14472
4822 124 23002
4822 124 23002
4822 124 23002
4822 124 23002
2020 552 94427
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
2020 552 94427
4822 051 30759
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
2020 552 94427
2020 552 94427
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
4822 126 14238
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
4822 126 13879
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
3198 016 31020
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
4822 126 14491
4822 126 14491
2238 586 59812
4822 126 11785
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
2022 552 05679
4822 126 14107
4822 126 13881
4822 126 13881
4822 124 12095
4822 124 12095
3198 016 33380
3198 016 33380
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
47pF 5% 50V 0603
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
100µF 20% 16V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
1µF 10% 16V 0805
220nF +80-20% 16V
1µF 20% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
10µF 20% 6.3V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
470pF 5% 50V
1nF 25V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
470pF 5% 50V
1nF 25V 0603
100nF 10% 0805 50V
1µF 10% 10V 0805
1µF 10% 10V 0805
10µF 16V
10µF 16V
10µF 16V
10µF 16V
100pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
100pF 5% 50V
75Ω 5% 0.062W
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
100pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
2.2nF 50V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1nF 25V 0603
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
2.2µF 10V 0805
2.2µF 10V 0805
100nF 20% 50V 0603
47pF 5% 50V 0603
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
1µF 10% 16V 0805
330nF +-80/-20% 25V
470pF 5% 50V
470pF 5% 50V
100µF 20% 16V
100µF 20% 16V
3.3pF 50V 0603
3.3pF 50V 0603
2670
2673
2674
2677
2678
2679
2680
2681
2682
2686
2687
2690
2693
2694
2695
2701
2704
2707
2709
2710
2711
2712
2713
2714
2715
2716
2717
2718
2719
2720
2721
2722
2723
2724
2725
2726
2727
2728
2729
2730
2731
2732
2733
2734
2735
2736
2737
2738
2739
2740
2741
2742
2743
2744
2745
2746
2747
2748
2749
2750
2751
2752
2753
2754
2755
2756
2757
2760
2761
2762
2763
2764
2765
2766
2767
2768
2769
2770
2771
2772
2773
2774
2775
2776
2777
2778
2779
2780
2781
2782
2783
2784
2785
2786
2238 586 59812
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
4822 124 23002
4822 124 23002
2238 586 59812
4822 124 23002
2238 586 59812
4822 124 23002
3198 016 31020
3198 016 31020
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13883
3198 016 31020
4822 124 12095
4822 126 11663
4822 126 11663
4822 126 11663
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 122 33761
4822 122 33761
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 11663
4822 122 33752
4822 122 33752
4822 122 33752
2020 552 94427
2020 552 94427
2020 552 94427
2020 552 94427
4822 126 11663
4822 126 11669
4822 126 11663
2020 021 91554
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91557
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
4822 126 11669
4822 126 11663
4822 126 11663
4822 126 11669
2238 916 15641
2238 916 15641
2238 916 15641
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91554
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 916 15641
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91554
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91557
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
100nF 20% 50V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
10µF 16V
10µF 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 16V
1nF 25V 0603
1nF 25V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220pF 5% 50V
1nF 25V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
12pF 5% 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
22pF 5% 50V
22pF 5% 50V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
15pF 5% 50V
15pF 5% 50V
15pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
12pF 5% 50V 0603
27pF 5% 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
27pF 5% 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
12pF 5% 50V 0603
27pF 5% 50V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
22nF 10% 25V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
EM5.2E AA
2787
2788
2789
2790
2791
2792
2793
2794
2795
2796
2799
2800
2801
2803
2804
2805
2806
2807
2808
2809
2810
2811
2812
2813
2814
2815
2816
2817
2818
2820
2821
2822
2823
2824
2825
2826
2827
2828
2829
2830
2832
2833
2835
2838
2843
2845
2846
2847
2848
2851
2853
2854
2855
2857
2859
2860
2861
2864
2865
2866
2867
2870
2871
2872
2874
2875
2876
2879
2880
2881
2884
2885
2886
2887
2888
2889
2890
2891
2892
2893
2894
2895
2896
2897
2898
2899
2908
2909
2910
2911
2912
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91554
2020 021 91557
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91557
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91554
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 14223
4822 126 14223
2238 586 59812
4822 126 14223
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
5322 126 11578
5322 126 11578
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
4822 126 13879
4822 126 13879
2020 021 91554
2020 021 91554
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91554
2020 021 91554
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2020 021 91557
4822 126 11669
4822 126 13879
4822 126 11663
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
2238 586 59812
3198 017 44740
10.
EN 99
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 16V
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
2.2pF 10% 50V 0603
2.2pF 10% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
2.2pF 10% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
1nF 10% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
220nF +80-20% 16V
10µF 20% 16V
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
10µF 20% 16V
10µF 20% 16V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100µF 20% 16V
27pF 5% 50V 0603
220nF +80-20% 16V
12pF 5% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
100nF 20% 50V 0603
470nF 10V 0603
EN 100
10.
EM5.2E AA
f
3001
3002
3003
3005
3006
3007
3008
3009
3011
3012
3013
3014
3015
3016
3017
3018
3019
3020
3021
3024
3025
3026
3027
3029
3031
3033
3034
3035
3039
3040
3041
3042
3044
3048
3049
3050
3051
3052
3053
3054
3055
3056
3057
3059
3061
3062
3064
3065
3066
3067
3068
3069
3073
3074
3076
3078
3079
3080
3081
3088
3090
3093
3094
3095
3096
3097
3099
3301
3302
3303
3304h
3306
3307
3308
3310
3311
3312
3313
3314
3315
3316
3317
3318
3319
3320
3321
3322
3324
3327
3328
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 117 13525
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30471
3198 031 14710
4822 117 13526
2322 702 60829
4822 051 30471
3198 031 11010
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30682
4822 051 30474
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30273
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30472
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
4822 051 30181
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30272
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
4822 051 30101
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
3198 031 11010
2322 704 66201
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
3198 031 11010
4822 051 30472
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30474
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30272
3198 031 14710
3198 031 14710
3198 031 14710
3198 031 14710
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30472
3198 031 14710
4822 051 30103
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30008
3198 031 14710
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30102
4822 117 13632
2322 750 63908
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30183
4822 051 20154
4822 051 30563
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30102
4822 117 10834
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 10102
4822 051 30472
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30393
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
24kΩ 1% 0.62W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
150Ω 5% 0.63W
82Ω 5% 0603
47Ω 5% 0.062W
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8Ω 5% 0.062W
470kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
27kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
180Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
100Ω 5% 0.062W
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
620Ω 1% 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4 x 100Ω 5% 1206
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
470kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
Jumper 0603
4 x 470Ω 5% 1206
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
3.9Ω 5% Fuse 1206
220Ω 5% 0.062W
18kΩ 5% 0.062W
150kΩ 5% 0.1W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.1W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 2% 0.25W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
39kΩ 5% 0.062W
Spare Parts List
3329h
3331
3333
3334
3336
3338
3340
3341
3342
3343
3344
3345
3346
3347
3348
3349
3357
3362
3363
3364
3365
3366
3367
3368
3370
3371
3372
3373
3374
3375
3376
3377
3378
3379
3379
3380
3382
3384
3385
3386
3390
3391
3393
3394
3400h
3402h
3403
3404
3405
3406
3408
3411
3412
3414
3415
3418
3419
3435
3436
3437
3439
3441
3445
3446
3463
3468
3472
3500
3501
3504
3505
3506
3509
3510
3511
3512
3513
3514
3515
3516
3519
3521
3522
3523
3524
3525
3526
3527
3529
3530
3531
3532
3533
3540
4822 117 13568
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 20683
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30333
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30684
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30221
3198 021 32250
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30479
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30153
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30561
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30472
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30472
4822 117 11152
2322 750 63908
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30561
4822 051 30102
2322 702 60279
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30391
4822 051 30339
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30562
4822 051 30271
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30472
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30153
2422 549 43769
4822 051 30123
4822 051 30153
2422 549 43769
4822 051 30123
4822 117 12925
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30154
4822 117 12889
4822 117 12925
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30392
4822 051 30103
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 051 30684
4822 051 30105
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
5322 117 13056
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
6.8Ω 5% 1206
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
68kΩ 5% 0.1W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
680kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
2.2MΩ 5% 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
560Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
47Ω 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5%
3.9Ω 5% Fuse 1206
100Ω 5% 0.062W
560Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
27Ω 5% 0.1W 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
390Ω 5% 0.062W
33Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
5.6kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603
270Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
12kΩ 5% 0.1W
15kΩ 5% 0.062W
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
12kΩ 5% 0.1W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
150kΩ 5% 0.062W
270kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
3.9Ω 5% 0.063W 0603
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
680kΩ 5% 0.062W
1MΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
8.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
3546
3552
3558
3559
3560
3561
3562
3563
3564
3567
3568
3569
3570
3571
3572
3573
3574
3575
3576
3578
3579
3612
3613
3614
3615
3616
3636
3637
3640
3641
3642
3643
3644h
3653
3654
3655
3656
3657
3658
3666
3667
3668
3669
3670
3671
3673
3683
3684
3685
3688
3689
3692
3693
3698
3701
3703
3704
3705
3709
3710
3711
3712
3713
3714
3715
3716
3717
3718
3721
3725
3726
3727
3728
3729
3730
3731
3732
3733
3735
3736
3737
3738
3739
3742
3743
3744
3745
3746
3747
3748
3749
3750
3751
3752
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30272
4822 051 30271
4822 117 12864
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 117 11152
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30563
4822 051 30154
4822 051 30154
4822 117 12864
4822 051 30563
4822 051 30271
4822 051 30102
4822 117 11817
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 117 11817
4822 051 30689
5322 117 13047
5322 117 13047
5322 117 13047
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30101
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30181
4822 051 30181
4822 051 30181
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
4822 117 12917
4822 051 30332
4822 117 11817
4822 051 30151
4822 051 30151
4822 051 30689
4822 051 30681
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30123
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30183
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30102
5322 117 13042
4822 051 30154
4822 117 12891
5322 117 13042
5322 117 13042
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30008
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
2.7kΩ 5% 0.062W
270Ω 5% 0.062W
82kΩ 5% 0.6W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5%
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
150kΩ 5% 0.062W
150kΩ 5% 0.062W
82kΩ 5% 0.6W
56kΩ 5% 0.062W
270Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1.2kΩ 1% 0.0625W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
1.2kΩ 1% 0.0625W
68Ω 5% 0.063W 0603
330Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
330Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
330Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
180Ω 5% 0.062W
180Ω 5% 0.062W
180Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
1Ω 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
1.2kΩ 1% 0.0625W
150Ω 5% 0.062W
150Ω 5% 0.062W
68Ω 5% 0.063W 0603
680Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
12kΩ 5% 0.1W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
18kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
3.9kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
150kΩ 5% 0.062W
220kΩ 1%
3.9kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
3.9kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Spare Parts List
3753
3754
3755
3756
3757
3758
3759
3762
3763
3763
3764
3771
3772
3773
3774
3775
3776
3777
3778
3779
3780
3781
3782
3783
3784
3785
3786
3787
3788
3789
3790
3791
3792
3793
3794
3795
3796
3797
3800
3801
3802
3803
3804
3805
3806
3807
3807
3808
3809
3810
3811
3812
3813
3814
3815
3816
3817
3818
3819
3820
3821
3822
3823
3824
3825
3826
3827
9015
9302
9303
9304
9314
9315
9316
9318
9322
9406
9410
9413
9416
9417
9418
9419
9420
9520
9522
9603
9604
9607
9608
9609
9610
9642
9645
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30479
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30221
4822 051 30101
4822 117 12139
9965 000 23109
4822 051 30109
4822 051 30121
4822 051 30101
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30102
4822 117 13577
4822 117 13577
4822 117 13577
5322 117 13036
2322 704 61501
2322 704 65601
5322 117 13049
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30222
4822 051 30109
4822 051 30689
4822 117 12925
4822 051 30472
2322 704 61501
4822 051 30102
2322 704 61501
2322 704 61501
4822 051 30102
5322 117 13049
5322 117 13049
2322 704 62701
5322 117 13045
5322 117 13057
2322 704 61801
4822 051 30391
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30391
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30391
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
2322 704 61501
2322 704 61501
2322 704 61501
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
220Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
22Ω 5% 0.062W
22Ω 5% 0603
10Ω 5% 0.062W
120Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
1.2kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
150Ω 1% 0603
560Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
470Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
68Ω 5% 0.063W 0603
47kΩ 1% 0.063W 0603
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
150Ω 1% 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
150Ω 1% 0603
150Ω 1% 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
470Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
470Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
270Ω 1% 0603
270Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
820Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
180Ω 1% 0.063W 0603
390Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
390Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
390Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
150Ω 1% 0603
150Ω 1% 0603
150Ω 1% 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
9688
9689
9691
9692
9694
9702
9704
9725
9731
9733
9735
9736
9737
9738
9740
9741
9744
9747
9754
9760
9761
9762
9763
9764
9765
9769
9770
9771
9901
9902
9903
9904
9905
9906
9907
9908
9909
9919
9920
9921
9925
9927
9928
9929
9935
9937
9938
9939
9941
9942
9944
9945
9946
9947
9948
9949
9950
9951
9952
9953
9954
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
2350 035 10689
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30759
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
4 x 68Ω 5%
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
75Ω 5% 0.062W
75Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
4822 157 11876
4822 157 11876
3198 018 56880
2422 549 00195
2422 549 44461
2422 535 95427
2422 535 95427
4822 157 10586
2422 549 44983
2422 549 42896
3198 018 32770
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
2422 549 43769
2422 549 43769
2422 549 43769
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11828
4822 157 11876
4822 051 30008
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
3198 018 31580
3198 018 31080
4822 157 71304
3198 018 31080
4822 157 71304
4822 156 21729
4822 157 11716
6.8µH 10% 0805
6.8µH 10% 0805
6.8µH 10% 0603
Bead 40.4MHz
Trimmer 40MHz 5CCE
Bead 120Ω at 100MHz
Bead 120Ω at 100MHz
2.2µH 10% 0805
Trimmer 78MHz 5CCB
Bead 120Ω 100MHz
0.27µH 10% 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
22µH 20% 0805
6.8µH 10% 0805
Jumper 0603
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
1.5µH 10% 0805
1µF 10% 0805
1µH 10% 0805
1µF 10% 0805
1µH 10% 0805
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
b
5301
5302
5401
5403
5403
5404
5405
5406
5408
5409
5411
5415
5416
5651
5652
5653
5654
5655
5656
5663
5671
5672
5700
5701
5701
5702
5702
5705
5706
EM5.2E AA
5707
5710
5711
5712
5713
5714
5716
5722
5723
5724
5725
5726
5727
5728
5729
5731
5736
5737
5738
5739
5740
5741
5742
5743
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5751
5900
5901
5902
5903
5904
5910
5911
5912
5913
5914
5915
5917
5918
5919
5920
10.
EN 101
4822 157 11716
4822 156 21729
4822 156 21729
4822 156 21729
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 156 21729
4822 157 11716
4822 156 21729
4822 157 71206
4822 156 21729
4822 156 21729
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11876
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 10586
4822 157 10586
4822 157 10586
4822 157 11716
4822 156 21729
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
4822 157 11716
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
2422 549 43062
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 600Ω 100MHz
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
6.8µH 10% 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
2.2µH 10% 0805
2.2µH 10% 0805
2.2µH 10% 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 1kΩ 100MHz 0805
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 30Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
Bead 600Ω at 100MHz
4822 130 80622
4822 130 11397
4822 130 80622
4822 130 80622
4822 130 11422
9322 150 18685
4822 130 11397
3198 020 55680
4822 130 80622
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11416
9340 548 67115
4822 130 11397
9340 548 67115
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
9340 552 30115
4822 130 11551
4822 130 10838
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
4822 130 11397
BAT54
BAS316
BAT54
BAT54
PLVA2650A
BZX384-C47
BAS316
BZX384-C5V6
BAT54
BAS316
PDZ6.8B
PDZ22B
BAS316
PDZ22B
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BA591
UDZS10B
UDZ3.3B
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
BAS316
9352 684 81557
3198 010 42320
3198 010 42310
3198 010 42310
9322 116 74668
SAA5801H/015
BC857BW
BC847BW
BC847BW
LD1117D33
For SW see item 7098
IS41LV16100-50K
BC847BW
BC847BW
BC857BW
M24C32-WMN6TNKSA
BC847BW
BC857BW
PMBT2369
PMBT2369
SW (check Prod.Surv.)
d
6001
6002
6003
6004
6005
6303
6304
6306
6307
6309
6310
6311
6312
6313
6314
6317
6319
6334
6403
6652
6657
6658
6926
6927
6928
6929
6956
6957
ce
7001
7002
7003
7004
7005
7006
7007
7008
7009
7010
7011
7013
7014
7015
7016
7098
9322 200 55668
3198 010 42310
3198 010 42310
3198 010 42320
9322 156 81668
3198 010 42310
3198 010 42320
4822 209 73852
4822 209 73852
3104 317 06851
EN 102
7301
7303
7304
7307
7310
7311
7312
7318
7320
7322
7323
7402
7403
7404
7407
7410
7411
7651
7652
7664
7665
7668
7674
7675
7678
7679
7680
7681
7682
7701
7702
7703
7706
7707
7708
7709
7710
7711
7712
7713
7714
7720
7722
7723
7724
7725
7726
7727
7728
7729
7730
7731
7732
7733
7750
7751
7760
7999
10.
EM5.2E AA
9352 681 65518
3198 010 42320
9340 310 30215
9352 630 99118
3198 010 42310
3198 010 42320
9340 310 30215
3198 010 42320
3198 010 42310
3198 010 42310
9352 625 24518
3198 010 42310
5322 130 60159
3198 010 42310
4822 130 60373
3198 010 42310
5322 130 60159
9322 180 61702
9351 869 40118
9340 425 30115
9340 425 30115
3198 010 42320
3198 010 42310
9340 425 20115
9340 425 20115
9340 425 20115
3198 010 42310
9322 060 73668
5322 130 60159
3198 010 70400
5322 130 60159
4822 209 73852
9322 179 78668
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
5322 130 60159
TDA9330N3
BC857BW
PDTC144ET
TDA9181T
BC847BW
BC857BW
PDTC144ET
BC857BW
BC847BW
BC847BW
TDA9321H/N2
BC847BW
BC846B
BC847BW
BC856B
BC847BW
BC846B
MSP3411G-FH-B8-V3
74HC4053PW
BC847BPN
BC847BPN
BC857BW
BC847BW
BC847BS
BC847BS
BC847BS
BC847BW
MC33178DR2
BC846B
74LVC1G14GW
BC846B
PMBT2369
LF18ABDT
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
BC846B
For SW see item 7999
74HC573PW
SAA4978H/V204
MS81V04160-25TB
LD1117DT25
MS81V04160-25TB
MS81V04160-25TB
T8F24EF-0002
PMBT2369
LD1117DT33
LF15ABDT
BFS20
BFS20
BFS20
BFS20
BFS20
BFS20
74LVC1G79GW
74LVC1G04GW
SAA4998H/V1
SW (check Prod.Surv.)
9351 870 00118
9352 688 09557
9965 000 02179
9322 160 50668
9965 000 02179
9965 000 02179
9322 188 08702
4822 209 73852
4822 209 17398
9322 170 14668
5322 130 42718
5322 130 42718
5322 130 42718
5322 130 42718
5322 130 42718
5322 130 42718
9352 686 75125
9352 684 56115
9352 730 86557
3104 317 05311
Side I/O Panel FL13B [D]
Various
1326
1327
1328
1936h
1980
1981
8936h
8981
4822 267 10975
4822 267 31014
2422 026 05133
2422 025 12485
4822 267 10565
4822 267 10735
3104 311 05271
3104 301 07761
Soc. Cinch f YeWhRd
Soc. headphone
Connector SVHS 4p f
Connector 11p m
Connector 4p
Connector 3p
Cable 11p/820/11p
Cable 3p/680/3p
5322 126 10733
5322 122 32531
5322 122 32531
5322 126 10733
4822 126 14076
4822 124 22652
5322 122 31863
5322 122 31863
4822 122 33177
4822 122 33177
680pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
100pF 5% 50V
680pF 5% 50V
220nF +80/-20% 25V
2.2µF 20% 50V
330pF 5% 63V 0805
330pF 5% 63V 0805
10nF 20% 50V
10nF 20% 50V
4822 050 11002
4822 050 11002
4822 117 10833
4822 051 20008
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
10kΩ 1% 0.1W
Jumper 0805
g
2803
2804
2805
2806
2807
2813
2832
2834
2840
2841
3826
3827
3828
3829
3830
3835
3842
9801
9803
9804
9805
9806
9809
4822 116 52199
4822 116 52199
4822 116 52199
4822 116 52199
4822 050 21003
4822 116 52175
4822 050 21003
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
68Ω 5% 0.5W
68Ω 5% 0.5W
68Ω 5% 0.5W
68Ω 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 1% 0.6W
100Ω 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 1% 0.6W
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11551
4822 130 11551
4822 130 11551
4822 130 11551
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
UDZS10B
UDZS10B
UDZS10B
UDZS10B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
d
6801
6802
6803
6804
6805
6806
6807
6808
Side I/O Panel PV2 [D]
Various
0240h
0306
1016
1254
1255
1256
2422 025 12485
3139 124 31651
3104 328 31832
4822 267 31014
4822 265 11606
2422 026 04926
Connector 11p m
Side I/O bracket
Side I/O assy
Soc. headphone
Connector 3p
Soc. Mini-DIN 4p f
2250
2251
2286
2288
2292
2294
2296
2297
5322 122 32654
5322 122 32654
4822 122 33642
4822 122 33642
5322 122 32311
5322 122 32311
4822 126 13512
4822 126 13512
22nF 10% 63V 0805
22nF 10% 63V 0805
150pF 5% 50V
150pF 5% 50V
470pF 10% 100V
470pF 10% 100V
330pF 10% 50V
330pF 10% 50V
4822 050 11002
4822 117 10834
4822 050 11002
4822 117 10834
4822 116 52175
4822 117 10833
4822 117 10833
4822 051 30339
4822 051 30339
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
47kΩ 1% 0.1W
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
47kΩ 1% 0.1W
100Ω 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 1% 0.1W
10kΩ 1% 0.1W
33Ω 5% 0.062W
33Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
9340 548 61115
9340 548 61115
9340 548 61115
9340 548 61115
9340 548 61115
9340 548 61115
PDZ12B
PDZ12B
PDZ12B
PDZ12B
PDZ12B
PDZ12B
d
6291
6292
6293
6294
6296
6297
Various
0345
1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
8346
4822 267 10567
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
3104 311 06391
Connector 4p
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Cable 4p/1000/4p
4822 117 10845
4822 117 11534
4822 117 13528
4822 117 11951
620Ω 1% 0.1W
1.1kΩ 1% 0.1W
200Ω 1% 0.125W 0805
2kΩ 1% 0.1W
f
3008
3010
3013
3101
4822 051 20391 390Ω 5% 0.1W
4822 117 10833 10kΩ 1% 0.1W
Top Control Panel PV2 [E]
Various
0002
0135
0215
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
3139 188 68771
3104 311 01401
4822 267 10748
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
4822 276 13775
Top control assy
Cable 3P/1500/3P Wh
Connector 3p
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
Switch 1p 0.1A 12V
g
2010
4822 122 33177 10nF 20% 50V
f
3088
3089
3090
3091
3092
3093
3094
3095
3096
4822 117 11951
4822 117 11534
4822 117 10845
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30391
4822 117 13528
2kΩ 1% 0.1W
1.1kΩ 1% 0.1W
620Ω 1% 0.1W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
390Ω 5% 0.062W
200Ω 1% 0.125W 0805
CRT Panel [F]
0032
1298h
1298h
1424
1434
1483
1940h
8483h
4822 492 70788
2422 500 80063
2422 500 80078
2422 025 11244
4822 267 10973
4822 267 10735
2422 025 12485
3104 311 03111
Fix IC
Connector CRT 10p f
Socket CRT 11p f v
Connector 7p m
Connector 1p
Connector 3p
Connector 11p m
Cable 3p/340/3p ferrite
2020 012 93596
4822 124 40196
4822 126 13956
4822 121 41856
2238 586 59812
4822 121 41856
3198 017 42230
4822 124 11565
4822 126 13883
2222 365 45104
5322 122 32654
4822 121 43693
2238 586 59812
4822 121 70581
4822 121 70594
2238 586 59812
4822 157 11499
4822 126 14507
4822 126 14507
4822 126 14507
3198 017 44740
3198 017 44740
4822 126 14585
2222 867 15339
3198 017 44740
4822 121 41856
4822 121 41856
4822 126 13883
4822 126 14583
22µF 20% 250V
220µF 20% 16V
6.8pF 5% 63V 0603
22nF 5% 250V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
22nF 5% 250V
22nF 50V 0603
10µF 20% 250V
220pF 5% 50V
100nF 10% 250V
22nF 10% 63V 0805
10nF 100V
100nF 20% 50V 0603
1.5nF 5% 2kV
1nF 5% 2kV
100nF 20% 50V 0603
Bead 60Ω at 100MHz
18pF 5% 50V 0603
18pF 5% 50V 0603
18pF 5% 50V 0603
470nF 10V 0603
470nF 10V 0603
100nF 10% 0805 50V
33pF 5% 50V 0603
470nF 10V 0603
22nF 5% 250V
22nF 5% 250V
220pF 5% 50V
470nF 10% 16V 0805
4822 052 10109
4822 053 12272
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30183
4822 117 11454
4822 117 13608
4822 051 30109
4822 117 10837
4822 051 10102
10Ω 5% 0.33W
2.7kΩ 5% 3W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
18kΩ 5% 0.062W
820Ω 1% 0.1W
4.7Ω 5% 0603 0.62W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
1kΩ 2% 0.25W
g
f
3291
3292
3293
3294
3295
3296
3297
3298
3299
4201
4241
3104
3999
Various
g
Top Control Panel FL13B [E]
f
3803
3804
3814
3816
Spare Parts List
2300
2301
2302
2304
2306
2307
2309
2313
2315
2316
2318
2319
2320
2324
2324
2325
2330
2332
2333
2334
2409
2410
2411
2412
2420
2422
2423
2425
2426
f
3300h
3301
3302
3303
3304
3306
3307
3308
3310
Spare Parts List
3311
3312
3316
3318
3319
3323
3329
3334
3335
3336
3337
3338
3339
3340
3341h
3342
3345
3347
3349
3350
3351
3352
3354
3355
3356
3357
3358
3359
3360
3370h
3401
3403h
3405
3410
3411
3412h
3413
3414
3416
3417
3418
3419
3420
3421
3422
3423
3424
3425
3426
3427
3428
3429
3999
3999
3999
9300
9301
9302
9303
9304
9306
9307
9312
9313
9314
9315
9317
9318
9320
9401
9402
9403
9413
4822 051 30569
4822 051 30222
4822 117 10837
4822 051 30008
4822 117 12968
4822 050 24708
4822 050 24708
4822 050 11002
4822 117 12968
4822 117 12968
4822 117 12968
3198 013 01020
3198 013 01020
3198 013 01020
2306 207 03151
4822 116 83883
4822 116 52191
3198 013 01520
3198 013 01020
4822 116 83883
4822 116 83883
4822 116 83883
4822 051 30222
4822 117 13608
4822 051 10102
4822 117 13608
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30103
4822 117 13016
4822 116 52175
4822 052 11108
2122 101 02111
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13632
2322 750 61509
4822 117 13577
4822 051 30109
2122 101 02111
4822 051 30109
4822 051 30008
4822 053 12272
4822 051 30109
4822 051 20333
4822 051 30152
4822 051 20333
4822 051 20333
4822 051 30152
4822 051 20333
4822 051 30109
4822 117 13632
4822 117 13577
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30223
4822 051 30333
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
3198 036 90010
2238 930 11523
2238 930 11523
4822 051 20008
56Ω 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0.1W
Jumper 0603
820Ω 5% 0.62W
4.7Ω 1% 0.6W
4.7Ω 1% 0.6W
1kΩ 1% 0.4W
820Ω 5% 0.62W
820Ω 5% 0.62W
820Ω 5% 0.62W
1kΩ 20% 0.5W
1kΩ 20% 0.5W
1kΩ 20% 0.5W
150Ω 5% 0.5W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
33Ω 5% 0.5W
1.5kΩ 20% 0.5W
1kΩ 20% 0.5W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
470Ω 5% 0.5W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0603 0.62W
1kΩ 2% 0.25W
4.7Ω 5% 0603 0.62W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
VDR 1mA/50V
100Ω 5% 0.5W
1Ω 5% 0.5W
39Ω 5% 0.5W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
15Ω 5% 1206
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
10Ω 5% 0.062W
39Ω 5% 0.5W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
2.7kΩ 5% 3W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.1W
1.5Ω 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.1W
33kΩ 5% 0.1W
1.5Ω 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.1W
10Ω 5% 0.062W
100kΩ 1% 0603 0.62W
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
22kΩ 5% 0.062W
33kΩ 5% 0.062W
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
Wire 0.58mm
10pF 5% 200V 0805
10pF 5% 200V 0805
Jumper 0805
b
5300h
5400
4822 130 11397
4822 051 20479
9340 553 52115
9340 553 52115
9340 553 52115
4822 130 11397
BAS316
47kΩ 5% 0.1W
BAS321
BAS321
BAS321
BAS316
BCP53
BCP56
BF824
TDA6108
BFS20
BCP53
BCP56
DC Shift Panel [G]
Various
0317
0318
1430
8317
4822 265 20723
4822 265 20723
2422 086 10581
3104 311 01421
Connector 2p
Connector 2p
Fuse 400mA 65V
Cable 2P3/220/2P3 Wh
g
2430
2431
4822 122 31177 470pF 10% 500V
4822 122 31177 470pF 10% 500V
5430
3128 138 38911 DC-shift coil CU15
d
6432
6433
9340 317 00133 BYD33V
9340 317 00133 BYD33V
EN 103
DAF Panel [I]
Various
0034
1417
1418
1419
1491h
1497
8418
3104 304 23041
4822 265 20723
2422 025 16374
4822 265 20723
3104 311 02452
4822 267 10973
3104 311 01951
DAF bracket EMGS
Connector 2p
Connector 2p m
Connector 2p
Cable f-hook/340/1p
Connector 1p
Cable 2p3/560/2p4 Bk
2222 375 90495
2222 375 90498
2222 479 90166
2222 375 90276
330pF 5% 2kV
470pF 5% 2kV
68pF 5% 400V
220pF 5% 2kV
g
2800
2800
2821
2890
f
3998
3998
b
10.
4822 116 52213 180Ω 5% 0.5W
4822 116 83876 270Ω 5% 0.5W
b
5800h
5801
4822 148 81242 Coil CU20C2
3128 138 38881 Transformer CU15 B
Mains Switch Panel FL13B [J]
I/O 3rd SCART [H]
Various
0043
1402
1680
1992
g
2500
2504
2508
2509
Various
0046
0151
0160
0170
0201h
0202h
0241
1040
1051h
2020 552 95344 680nF 20-80% 16V 0805 8202
8946
2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V
2020 552 95344 680nF 20-80% 16V 0805
2020 552 94427 100pF 5% 50V
g
3104 304 21311
4822 267 10596
4822 265 31067
2422 025 16725
Coverplate SCART
Connector 5p
Connector 7p m
Connector SCART f m Bk
f
3501
3502
3507
3508
3512
3526
3538
3540
3542
3544
3999
9514
9515
9523
9525
9528
9529
9541
9542
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30392
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
100Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
3.9Ω 5% 0.063W 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
6500
6501
6502
6503
6506
6507
6509
6510
6511
6512
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
9340 548 61115
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
4822 130 11416
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ12B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
PDZ6.8B
2040
2060
2070
2071
3104 304 23471
4822 256 91766
4822 256 91766
4822 256 10562
2422 025 16268
2422 025 16268
2422 025 06354
9322 185 95667
2422 128 02924
3104 311 02571
3104 311 04981
Bracket mains unit FL11
LED holder
LED holder
Photo diode holder
Connector 2p m
Connector 2p m
Connector 9p m
TSOP4836
Switch power 2p
Cable 2p3/680/2p3 Bk
Cable 9p/820/9p
4822 124 41584
4822 124 81151
3198 017 44740
4822 124 40248
100µF 20% 10V
22µF 50V
470nF 10V 0603
10µF 20% 63V
4822 117 13577
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30682
4822 051 30471
4822 051 30331
4822 053 21335
4822 051 30103
4822 117 13577
4822 117 11373
4822 051 30103
4822 117 11373
4822 053 21335
4822 051 30155
4822 051 30155
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30332
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30332
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8Ω 5% 0.062W
47Ω 5% 0.062W
330Ω 5% 0.062W
3.3MΩ 5% 0.5W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
330Ω 1% 1.25W 0805
100Ω 1% 0805
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
100Ω 1% 0805
3.3MΩ 5% 0.5W
1.5MΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5MΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
f
3040
3041
3042
3043
3052
3057h
3060
3061
3062
3063
3064
3066h
3070
3071
3072
3073
3074
3075
3078
3999
9008
9010
9040
9043
9050
9051
9052
9067
d
ce
7300
7301
5322 130 62804
5322 130 63033
4822 130 60383
9352 561 40112
5322 130 42718
5322 130 62804
5322 130 63033
d
3104 308 20571 Transf. S13974-03
4822 157 11869 33µH 10%
d
6300
6301
6305
6306
6307
6310
7302
7303
7304
7307
7308
7309
7310
EM5.2E AA
5322 130 42718 BFS20
5322 130 42718 BFS20
6050
6060
9322 110 34682 TLDR5400
9322 191 72682 VS LTL353UBJ
EN 104
6061
6070
10.
EM5.2E AA
4822 130 11397 BAS316
4822 130 11595 BPW46
ce
7060
7061
7070
5322 130 60159 BC846B
5322 130 60159 BC846B
5322 209 82941 LM358D
Mains Switch Panel - PV2 [J]
Various
0040
0046
0151
0170
0201
0202
0241
1031
1040
8202
8946
3139 177 74141
3139 124 30431
4822 256 91766
4822 256 10562
2422 025 16268
2422 025 16268
2422 025 06354
2422 128 02972
9322 155 82667
4822 320 12513
3104 311 02911
Mainsknob assy
Fr. interface bracket
LED holder
Photo diode holder
Connector 2p m
Connector 2p m
Connector 9p m
Switch power 2p 8/128A
TSOP2236
Wiring VH 2p 480
Cable 9p/680/9p Wh
g
2040
2070
2071
4822 124 41584 100µF 20% 10V
3198 017 44740 470nF 10V 0603
4822 124 40248 10µF 20% 63V
f
3030
3037
3040
3041
3042
3043
3053
3070
3071
3072
3073
3074
3075
3078
3999
3999
9001
9004
9005
9006
9007
9008
9041
9042
9050
9052
9053
9055
4822 053 21335
4822 053 21335
4822 051 30331
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30682
4822 051 30101
4822 051 30561
4822 051 30155
4822 051 30155
4822 051 30102
4822 051 30332
4822 051 30103
4822 051 30472
4822 051 30332
4822 051 30152
4822 051 30222
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 20008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
4822 051 30008
3.3MΩ 5% 0.5W
3.3MΩ 5% 0.5W
330Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
6.8Ω 5% 0.062W
100Ω 5% 0.062W
560Ω 5% 0.062W
1.5MΩ 5% 0.062W
1.5MΩ 5% 0.062W
1kΩ 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
10kΩ 5% 0.062W
4.7Ω 5% 0.062W
3.3Ω 5% 0.062W
1.5Ω 5% 0.062W
2.2kΩ 5% 0.062W
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0805
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
Jumper 0603
d
6051
6070
4822 209 72895 TLUV5320
4822 130 11595 BPW46
ce
7070
5322 209 82941 LM358D
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