ViewSonic VS11444 Service manual

ViewSonic VS11444 Service manual
Service Manual
ViewSonic VX1945wm-3
Model No. VS11444
19” Color TFT LCD Display
(VX1945wm-3_SM Rev. 1a Nov. 2006)
ViewSonic 381 Brea Canyon Road, Walnut, California 91789 USA - (800) 888-8583
Copyright
Copyright © 2006 by ViewSonic Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this publication
may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any
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Corporation.
Disclaimer
ViewSonic makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to
the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any warranty of merchantability or fitness for any
particular purpose. Further, ViewSonic reserves the right to revise this publication and to make
changes from time to time in the contents hereof without obligation of ViewSonic to notify any
person of such revision or changes.
Trademarks
Optiquest is a registered trademark of ViewSonic Corporation.
ViewSonic is a registered trademark of ViewSonic Corporation.
All other trademarks used within this document are the property of their respective owners.
Revision History
Revision
SM Editing Date
1a
11/7/2006
ECR Number
Description of Changes
Initial Release
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
Precautions and Safety Notices
1
2.
Specification
4
3.
Front Panel Function Control Description
14
4.
Circuit Description
26
5.
Adjustment Procedure
36
6.
Troubleshooting Flow Chart
45
7.
Recommended Spare Parts List
53
8.
Exploded Diagram and Exploded Parts List
55
9.
Block Diagram
59
10. Schematic Diagrams
60
11. PCB Layout Diagrams
67
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1. Precautions and Safety Notices
1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This monitor is manufactured and tested on a ground principle that a user’s safety comes first. However,
improper used or installation may cause damage to the monitor as well as to the user.
WARNINGS:
This monitor should be operated only at the correct power sources indicated on the label on the rear
of the monitor. If you’re unsure of the power supply in you residence, consult your local dealer or
Power Company.
Use only the special power adapter that comes with this monitor for power input.
Do not try to repair the monitor by yourself, as it contains no user-serviceable parts. Only the
qualified technician can repair it.
Do not remove the monitor cabinet. There are high-voltage parts inside that may cause electric shock
to human bodies.
Stop using the monitor if the cabinet is damaged. Have it checked by a service technician.
Put your monitor only in a lean, cool, dry environment. If it gets wet, unplug the power cable
immediately and consult your closed dealer.
Always unplug the monitor before cleaning it. Clean the cabinet with a clean, dry cloth. Apply
non-ammonia based cleaner onto the cloth, not directly onto the glass screen.
Do not place heavy objects on the monitor or power cord.
2.
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this chassis have special safety visual inspections and the
protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be obtained by using replacement components rated for
higher voltage, wattage, etc. Before replacing any of these components read the parts list in this manual
carefully. The use of substitute replacement parts, which do not have the same safety characteristics as
specified in the parts list, may create shock, fire, or other hazards.
3.
SERVICE NOTES
When replacing parts or circuit boards, clamp the lead wires around terminals before soldering.
Keep wires away from high voltage, high temperature components and sharp edges.
Keep wires in their original position so as to reduce interference.
Adjustment of this product please refers to the user’ manual.
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5.2 Handling and Placing Methods
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2. Specification
2.1. INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
TFTLCD PANEL
1st
Innolux
MT190AW01 V.0
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Size
19 " wide
300 cd/㎡
Luminance (Typ)
Contrast Ratio (Typ)
700:1
Colors
16.2 M (6 bits + 2 bits FRC)
Response Time
5 ms(on/off)
Viewing Angle (H/V)
160 ° / 160 °
Recommend resolution
Video
Input Signal
Audio
Output Signal
Sync Compatibility
Compatibility
Power Voltage
Power
Consumption
USB
Card reader
Audio
Audio
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Analog (Head)
Yes (75ohms, 0.7/1.0 Vp-p)
Digital (Head)
Yes
3.5 mm Audio in (Head)
Yes
3.5mm 2 in 1 Audio in (Base)
Yes
3.5 Audio out (Base)
Yes
Headphone out (Base)
Yes
Separate Sync
Yes
Composite Sync
Yes
Sync on Green
Yes
PC
Yes
Power Mac
Yes
TV Box (NextVision 6)
Yes
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Yes
LCD
Multimedia base
On Mode(Typ)
< 48 W
Off Mode (Max)
≦1 W
On Mode(Typ)
< 24 W
On Mode (Max)
≦30 W
Upstream port (B type) X 1
Yes
Downstream port (A type) X 4
Yes
8 in 1 Function
SD/MMC/MS/MS PRO/CF I & II /MicroDrive/SM
2.1 CH - THD 10% (Max)
Yes
(Sat.: 2.5w x2 ; subwoofer:3w x1)
Ergonomics
OSD Control
Dimension
Weight
Tilt ( 20 ° - -5 °)
Yes
Swivel
No
Pivot
No
Height Adjust
No
[ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ ][▼] [▲]
Yes
Physical (W x H x D)
450 x 434 x 209mm
Package (W x H x D)
545*515*162mm
Physical (Net Weight)
5.2 Kg / 11.5 lbs
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Package (Gross Weight)
Operating
Condition
Storage Condition
6.7 Kg
Temperature (℉/℃)
/ 14.8 lbs
32℉-104℉ / 0℃-40℃
Humidity (%)
20 %
Temperature (℉/℃)
- 80 %
-4℉-140℉ / -20℃-60℃
Humidity (%)
10% - 90 %
Global: CB, MPR II, WEEE,ROHS , ISO13406-2
VSA:UL, cUL, FCC-B, TUV-S, NOM, Energy Star
Regulation
VSE:TUV/ERGO,CE ,GOST-R+Hygienic ,SASO , ENERGY
VSI: BSMI, CCC, PSB, C-TICK, MIC
VSCN:CCC
ViewDock – Multimedia base Spec.
Device prococal
USB Standards
USB 2.0/1.1
OHCI (Open Host Controller Interface)
EHCI (Enhanced Host Controller Interface)
USB 2.0 Speed
USB 1.x Speed
Mac OS X with USB 2.0 Support
Compatible Operating
Microsoft Windows XP/Me/2000/98SE with USB 2.0 Support
Systems
Mac OS 8.6 or above with USB 1.x Support and USB Card Support
1.4.1
Microsoft Windows XP/Me/2000/98SE with USB 1.x Support
USB Hub
Upstream
1 Upstream USB Type B Receptacle
Downstream
4 Downstream USB Type A Receptacles
Self-Powered Mode: 500mA /Port
Idle Mode : 5mA /Port
USB Supplied Current
Operating Mode: 100mA/Port
Secure Digital (SD)
Multi Media Card (MMC)
Compact Flash (CF) Type I
Compact Flash (CF) Type II
Micro Drive
Card Reader
Smart Media (SM)
4 slots
Memory Stick (MS)
Memory Stick Pro (MS Pro)
XD
Audio / Speaker
Upper Slot
SMC/XD and SD/MMC
Lower Slot
CF Type I/II and MS/MS Dual/MS Pro
Subwoofer
3.0W (typ) ; 5.0W (Max)
Nominal size
Φ46mm
S/N
>85dB
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MIC
VR
Audio I/O
THD
< 10% (Vol. Max)
S/N
60dB (Built-in)
Sensitivity:
-38dB +- 3dB
Volume control
Rotation stopper strength: 1.0Kgf.cm
Total rotational angle: 220+ 5˚
Input
2-in-1 Audio-in x 1 (Audio-in / MIC-in)
Output
Audio-out x1 , Headphone out x1
Compatible with iPOD video/iPOD photo/iPOD nano/iPOD Mini/iPOD
iPOD connector
U2/iPOD
Input Voltage Range: 100~240V
Input Frequency: 50/60Hz
Power adapter
External
Output Voltage: 12V
Full load: 2.0A
Peak load: 2.5A
Size
303mm (W) x 212mm (L)
Connectivity
Up to 127 Devices by Cascading Multiple Hubs
Diagnostic LEDs
Power on
Yellow-Green
iPod connecting
Amber
iPod
connecting+Power Yellow-green+Amber
on
Power consumption
Typical
24W
Max.
30W
Storage Temperature
-4ºF to 140ºF (-20ºC to 60ºC)
Storage Humidity
10% to 90% (Non-Condensing)
Operating Temperature
32ºF to 104ºF (0ºC to 40ºC)
Opreating Humidity
20% to 90% (Non-Condensing)
Global: CB, WEEE,ROHS
VSA:UL, cUL, FCC-B, TUV-S, NOM
Certifications
VSE:CE ,GOST-R+Hygienic ,SASO
VSI:BSMI, CCC, PSB, C-TICK, MIC
VSCN:CCC
Accessories
Package content
USB A-B Cable ; 2-in-1 Cable ; Power adaptor ; iPod adapter set
(default x 1; 4 in set)
Viewdock/Quick start guide/CD(for card reader windows 98
driver)/2-in-1 Aduio cable/USB cable/Power adapter/iPod adapter set
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2.2. GENERAL specification
Test Resolution & Frequency
1440x900 @ 60Hz
Test Image Size
Full Size
Contrast and Brightness Controls
Factory Default:
Contrast = 70%, Brightness = 100%
2.3. VIDEO INTERFACE
Analog Input Connector
DB-15 (Analog),
Digital Input Connector
DVI-D (Digital),
Default Input Connector
Defaults to the first detected input
Video Cable Strain Relief
Equal to twice the weight of the monitor for five
minutes
Video Cable Connector DB-15 Pin out
Compliant DDC 1/2B
Video Signals
1. Video RGB (Analog)
Separate, Composite, and Sync on Green
2. TMDS (Digital)
Video Impedance
75 Ohms (Analog), 100 Ohms (Digital)
Maximum PC Video Signal
950 mV with no damage to monitor
Maximum Mac Video Signal
1250 mV with no damage to monitor
Sync Signals
TTL
DDC 1/2B
Compliant with Revision 1.3
Sync Compatibility
Separate Sync, Composite Sync, SOG
Video Compatibility
Shall be compatible with all PC type computers,
Macintosh computers, and after market video cards
Resolution Compatibility
640 x 350*, 640 x 480, 720 x 400* (640 x 400*), 800 x
600, 832 x 624, 1024 x 768, 1152 x 864, 1152 x 870,
1280 x 720, 1280 x 960, 1280 x 1024 , 1400 x 1050 ,
1440 x 900
* The image vertical size might not be full screen.
But the image vertical position should be at the center.
Exclusions
Not compatible with interlaced video
2.4. POWER SUPPLY
Internal Power Supply
Part Number:ILPI-024
Input Voltage Range
90 to 264 VAC (100~240VAC ±10%)
Input Frequency Range
47 to 63 Hertz
Short Circuit Protection
Output can be shorted without damage
Over Current Protection
5.0 A typical at 14.0 VDC
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Leakage Current
3.5mA (Max) at 254VAC / 60Hz
Efficiency (at 115VAC Full Load)
Typical: 80%
Minimum: 75%
Fuse
Internal and not user replaceable
Power Output
35 Watts (typ)
Ripple and Noise
Ripple: <3%
Max Input AC Current
1.2 Arms @ 100VAC, 0.6 Arms @240VAC
Inrush Current (Cold Start)
40 A (max) @ 120VAC
60 A (max) @ 220VAC
Power Supply Cold Start
Shall start and function properly when under full load,
with all combinations of input voltage, input frequency,
and operating temperature.
Power Supply Transient Immunity
Shall be able to withstand an ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980
6000V 200 ampere ring wave transient test with no
damage.
Shall be able to withstand 1.5 times nominal line
Power Supply Line Surge Immunity
voltage for one cycle with no damage.
Shall be able to function properly, without reset or
Power Supply Missing Cycle Immunity
visible screen artifacts, when ½ cycle of AC power is
randomly missing at nominal input.
Power Supply Acoustics
The power supply shall not produce audible noise that
would be detectable by the user. Audible shall
defined to be in compliance with ISO 7779 (DIN
EN27779:1991) Noise measurements of machines
acoustics. Power Switch noise shall not be
considered.
Power Saving Operation(Method)
VESA DPMS Signaling
Power Consumption
Mode
LED
Power Consumption
On
Green
35 W (Typ)
42 W (max)
Stand By
Amber
<2W
Active Off
Off
<1W
Recovery Time
On Mode = N/A, Active Off < 3 sec
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2.5. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT
Horizontal / Vertical Frequency
Horizontal Frequency
24-83 khz
Vertical Refresh Rate
50 – 85* Hz
Maximum Pixel Clock
140 MHz
Sync Polarity
Independent of sync polarity.
Timing Table
@
70 Hz,
SOG
640 x 350
Composite
Separated
Item
1
Timing
31.5 KHz
Digital - TMDS
Analog
Remark
For Analog sync, the image vertical size image
will be not full screen (Still at the center)
2
640 x 400
@
60 Hz,
31.5 KHz
For Analog sync, the OSD will be
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640 x 400
@
70 Hz,
31.5 KHz
For Analog sync, the image vertical size image
will be not full screen (Still at the center), And the
OSD will be 640x400/720x400 (primary=
720x400).
4
640 x 480
@
50 Hz,
24.7 KHz
5
640 x 480
@
60 Hz,
31.5 KHz
6
640 x 480
@
67 Hz,
35 KHz
7
640 x 480
@
72 Hz,
37.9 KHz
8
640 x 480
@
75 Hz,
37.5 KHz
9
640 x 480
@
85 Hz,
43.3 KHz
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720 x 400
@
70 Hz,
31.5 KHz
For Analog sync, the image vertical size image
will be not full screen (Still at the center), And the
OSD will be 640x400/720x400 (primary=
720x400).
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720 x 480
@
60 Hz,
31.5 KHz
For Analog sync, the information OSD shows
640x480
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720 x 576
@
50 Hz,
31.3 KHz
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800 x 600
@
56 Hz,
35.1 KHz
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800 x 600
@
60 Hz,
37.9 KHz
15
800 x 600
@
72 Hz,
48.1 KHz
16
800 x 600
@
75 Hz,
46.9 KHz
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800 x 600
@
85 Hz,
53.7 KHz
18
832 x 624
@
75 Hz,
49.7 KHz
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1024 x 768
@
50 Hz,
39.6 KHz
For Analog sync, Switch [email protected] and
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1024 x 768
@
60 Hz,
48.4 KHz
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1024 x 768
@
70 Hz,
56.5 KHz
22
1024 x 768
@
75 Hz,
60 KHz
23
1024 x 768
@
75 Hz, 60.02 KHz
24
1024 x 768
@
85 Hz,
68.7 KHz
25
1152 x 864
@
75 Hz,
67.5 KHz
26
1152 x 870
@
75 Hz,
68.7 KHz
27
1280 x 768
@
50 Hz,
39.6 KHz
For Analog sync, Switch [email protected] and
[email protected] by [1]+[2] short cut key
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1280 x 768
@
60 Hz,
47.4 KHz
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1280 x 768
@
60 Hz,
47.8 KHz
30
1280 x 768
@
75 Hz,
60.3 KHz
For Analog sync, Switch [email protected] and
[email protected] by [1]+[2] short cut key
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1280 x 960
@
50 Hz,
49.4 KHz
32
1280 x 960
@
60 Hz,
60.0 KHz
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1280 x 960
@
75 Hz,
75.2 KHz
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1280 x 1024 @
50 Hz,
52.7 KHz
35
1280 x 1024 @
60 Hz,
64 KHz
36
1280 x 1024 @
70 Hz,
74.8 KHz
37
1280 x 1024 @
72 Hz,
76.8 KHz
38
1280 x 1024 @
75 Hz,
80 KHz
39
1360 x 768
@
60 Hz,
47.7 KHz
40
1400 x 1050 @
50 Hz,
54.1 KHz
41
1400 x 1050 @
60 Hz,
64.7 KHz
42
1400 x 1050 @
60 Hz,
65.3 KHz
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1400 x 1050 @
75 Hz,
82.3 KHz
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1440 x 900
@
60 Hz,
55.5 KHz
45
1440 x 900
@
60 Hz,
55.9 KHz
46
1440 x 900
@
75 Hz,
70.6 KHz
*1. Tolerance ≧ ±2KHz.
*2. Any timing not in the list, it should display as normal or show on “OUT OF RANGE” OSD message without
blanking.
*3. The image quality of 85Hz mode might be worse than 75Hz.
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2.6 TFT LCD PANEL
Panel Characteristics:
1st Source Panel
Model number
Type
Active Size
Pixel Arrangement
Pixel Pitch
GLASS TREATMENT
# OF BACKLIGHTS
BACKLIGHT LIFE
Luminance (5-point) –
Condition:
CT = 6500K, Contrast = Max,
Brightness = Max
Brightness Uniformity
Contrast Ratio
Color Depth
Viewing Angle (Horizontal)
Viewing Angle (Vertical)
Response Time
10%-90% @ Ta=25°C
Panel Defects
INNOLUX MT190AW01 V.0
TN type with LVDS interface
19” WIDE ; 410.4(H) X 256.5(V)
RGB Vertical Stripe
0.285(H) x 0.285(H) mm
Anti Glare (Hard coating 3H)
4 CCFL ; Top & Bottom edge side
40,000 Hours (Min)
300 cd/m2 (Typ after 30 minute warm up)
230 cd/m2 (Min after 30 minute warm up)
≧75% Entire Area (min)
700:1 (typ), 500:1 (min)
16.2 million colors (6 bits + 2 bits FRC)
@ CR>10
Typical: 160º
Minimum: 140º
@ CR>5
Typical: TBD
Minimum: TBD
@ CR>10
Typical: 160º
Minimum: 140º
@ CR>5
Typical: TBD
Minimum: TBD
Typical = 5ms (Tr =1.5 ms,Tf =3.5 ms)
Maxmum = 15ms (Tr =6.5 ms,Tf =8.5 ms)
Please see Panel Quality Specifications.
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Function descriptions
OSD Lock short cuts function for the buttons
The OSD lock will be activated by pressing the front panel control buttons "(1), & (▲)" for 10
seconds. If the user then tries to access the OSD by pressing any of the buttons "1", "▼",
"▲", "2" a message will appear on the screen for 3 seconds showing "OSD Locked". The
OSD lock will be deactivated by pressing the front panel control buttons "(1), & (▲)" again for
10 seconds.
Note1: When the OSD is locked will lock all functions, including “Volume” and “Mute”
Note 2: Status bar indicating OSD Lock or Unlock is in progress and when complete it will
indicate “OSD Locked”
Note 3: OSD Lock should not lock Power Button and Power Lock function
Power Lock short cuts function for the buttons
The power button lock will be activated by pressing the front panel control buttons "(1), & (▼)" for
10 seconds. Locking the power button means that the user won't be able to turn off the LCD
while the power button is locked. If the user presses the power button while it is locked, a
message will appear on the screen for 3 seconds showing "Power Button Locked". It also means
that with the power button locked, the LCD would automatically turn back "On" when power is
restored after a power failure. If the power button is not in the locked mode, then power should
return to it's previous state when power is restored after a power failure. The power button lock
will be deactivated by pressing the front panel control buttons "(1), & (▼)" again for 10 seconds.
Note 1: Status bar indicating Power Button lock or unlock is in progress and when complete it
will indicate “Power Button Locked”
Note 2: Power should only be lockable in the “On State”
Memory Recall Actions
Memory Recall action on the analog and digital mode as below
1. Recall white balance to factory setting
2. Set the factory defaults as shown in Section 4-8
3. Clean all the mode setting buffer
4. Execute Auto Image Adjust
Note: Memory Recall should have no effect for Language, Power Lock, User Color Settings or
Input Priority
Resolution Notice Actions
Resolution Notice OSD should show on screen after changing to non-native mode for 30 sec
For auto input select function, it shall meet the requirement in Appendix D.
The OSD should disappear after 10 sec or by pushing button [1] or [2]
Resolution Notice function should be disabled when push button [2] under Resolution Notice
OSD
0-Touch™ Function Actions
1. Execute Auto Image Adjust when new mode detected, and save the settings to buffer for
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further use
2. It should be reset by Memory Recall function(Should not reset by power off, power unplug and
others)
OSD Auto Save
The OSD shall save new settings when it is turned off by the user or when it times out. There
shall not be a separate save
Factory Defaults
Item
Defaults
Item
Defaults
Contrast
70%
Brightness
100%
Resolution Notice
Enabled
Color Temperature
6500K
Volume
N/A
Sharpness
100%
Balance
N/A
OSD H. Position
50%
Treble
N/A
OSD V. Position
50%
Bass
N/A
OSD Time Out
15 Sec
OSD Background
Enabled
Input Priority
N/A
2.7 AUDIO INTERFACE (SPEAKER SPECIFICATION)
Line input signal
1 Vrms
Line input impedance
10 kOhm
Maximum Amp power output (Watt)
2.0 W (RL=8Ω)
Speaker Power rating(Ω/Watt)
8Ω/2 W (typ.)
THD
10%
Signal to Noise Ratio
75 dB
Frequency response
200 Hz – 20 Khz
SPL.
82 ± 3 dB
Line input connection
3.5 mm stereo jacks
Vibration
There should be no audible vibration resonance at
volume=100% & treble / bass in def. value
Screen image
There should be no affect on the screen image
stability under any conditions
Connector PC99 requirement Audio in
Lime Green pantone # 577C
Cable type / length
3.5mm stereo cable / 1.8m length
Audio DPMS
Speakers stay Off when the rest of the monitor is in
power saving
Note: There is no guarantee <2 W at power
consumption in Active Off mode, when the Audio
Cable is connected
;
8Ω/ 3 W (max)
(Maxmum output @ 1KHZ)
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3. Front Panel Function Control Description
Adjusting the Screen Image
Main Menu
with OSD controls
Front Control Panel
shown below in detail
Standby Power On/Off
Power light
Blue = ON
Orange = Power Saving
Displays the control screen for
the highlighted control.
Also toggles between two
controls on some screens.
Also a shortcut to Auto Image
Adjust.
Scrolls through menu
options and adjusts the
displayed control.
Also a shortcut to display
the Contrast adjustment
control screen.
Displays the Main
Menu or exits the
control screen and
saves adjustments.
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Do the following to adjust the display setting:
1. To display the Main Menu, press button [1].
NOTE: All OSD menus and adjustment screens disappear automatically after about 15
seconds. This is adjustable through the OSD timeout setting in the setup menu.
2. To select a control to adjust, pressSorTto scroll up or down in the Main Menu.
3. After the desired control is selected, press button [2]. A control screen like the one shown
below appears.
The command line at the bottom of the
control screen tells what to do next from
this screen. You can toggle between control
screens, adjust the selected option, or exit
the screen.
4. To adjust the setting, press the up S or down T buttons.
5. To save the adjustments and exit the menu, press button [1] twice.
The following tips may help you optimize your display:
• Adjust the computer's graphics card so that it outputs a 1440 x 900 @ 60Hz video signal to
the LCD display. (Look for instructions on “changing the refresh rate” in the graphics card's
user guide.)
• If necessary, make small adjustments using H. POSITION and V. POSITION until the
screen image is completely visible. (The black border around the edge of the screen should
barely touch the illuminated “active area” of the LCD display.)
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Main Menu Controls
Adjust the menu items shown below by using the up S and down T buttons.
Control
Explanation
Auto Image Adjust sizes and centers the screen image automatically.
Contrast adjusts the difference between the image background (black level)
and the foreground (white level).
Brightness adjusts background black level of the screen image.
Input Select toggles between inputs if you have more than one computer
connected to the VX1945wm.
Audio Adjust
Volume increases the volume, decreases the volume, and mutes the audio.
Mute temporarily silences audio output.
Color Adjust provides several color adjustment modes, including preset color
temperatures and a User Color mode which allows independent adjustment of
red (R), green (G), and blue (B). The factory setting for this product is 6500K
(6500 Kelvin).
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Control
Explanation
sRGB-This is quickly becoming the industry standard for color management,
with support being included in many of the latest applications. Enabling this
setting allows the LCD display to more accurately display colors the way they
were originally intended. Enabling the sRGB setting will cause the Contrast and
Brightness adjustments to be disabled.
9300K-Adds blue to the screen image for cooler white (used in most office
settings with fluorescent lighting).
7500K - Adds blue to the screen image for cooler white (used in most office
settings with fluorescent lighting).
6500K-Adds red to the screen image for warmer white and richer red.
5400K-Adds green to the screen image for a darker color.
User Color Individual adjustments for red (R), green (G), and blue (B).
1. To select color (R, G or B) press button [2].
2. To adjust selected color, pressSandT.
Important: If you select RECALL from the Main Menu when the product is
set to a Preset Timing Mode, colors return to the 6500K factory preset.
Information displays the timing mode (video signal input) coming from the
graphics card in the computer, the LCD model number, the serial number, and
the ViewSonic® website URL. See your graphics card’s user guide for
instructions on changing the resolution and refresh rate (vertical frequency).
NOTE: VESA 1440 x 900 @ 60Hz (recommended) means that the resolution is
1440 x 900 and the refresh rate is 60 Hertz.
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Control
Explanation
Manual Image Adjust Sub-menu
H. Size (Horizontal Size) adjusts the width of the screen image.
H./V. Position (Horizontal/Vertical Position) moves the screen image left or
right and up or down.
Fine Tune sharpens the focus by aligning text and/or graphics with pixel
boundaries.
NOTE: Try Auto Image Adjust first.
Sharpness adjusts the clarity and focus of the screen image.
Setup Menu displays the menu shown below:
Language Select allows the user to choose the language used in the menus and
control screens.
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Control
Explanation
Resolution Notice allows the user to enable or disable this notice.
If you enable the Resolution Notice shown above and your computer is set at a
resolution other than 1440 x 900, the following screen appears.
OSD Position allows the user to move the OSD menus and control screens.
OSD Timeout sets the length of time the OSD screen is displayed. For example,
with a “30 second” setting, if a control is not pushed within 30 seconds, the
display screen disappears.
OSD Background allows the user to turn the OSD background On or Off.
Memory Recall returns the adjustments back to factory settings if the display is
operating in a factory Preset Timing Mode listed in the Specifications of this
manual.
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ViewDockTM Key Features
Features
The VX ViewDock comes with the following advanced features:
• 4-port USB 2.0 hub (USB 1.1 compatible)
• 8-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro, CF I & II, MD, SMC)
• 3-watt subwoofer support
• iPod docking & charging
• Headphone jack and built-in microphone
System requirements
For optimal use with the ViewDock, the computer should have the following minimum system
requirements:
Hardware requirements
• Pentium 200 CPU or higher
• CD-ROM for driver installation
• USB2.0/1.1 interface
• 32 MB memory
Software Requirements
• Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
• MAC OS 8.5+ or higher version.
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Physical Description
Please refer to the following illustrations to identify the components of the ViewDock.
Front View
Sub-Woofer
Volume Control
iPod connector
Phone Jack
Power
USB Hub
MIC
Rear view
USB Hub
Audio In
Card Reader
Power Jack
Audio Out
USB Connector
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Card Reader Installation
Refer to the following information
After connecting the ViewDock to your PC, Windows File Manager will show 4 extra icons.
Step1. Please check your card socket
Step2. Insert your memory card. Each slot of the card reader will be recognized as a
Removable Disk and the icon will be shown in "My Computer" of Windows
You do not need to install any special drivers for the Card Reader if your OS is Windows 2000/
ME/XP.
Card reader Installation guide for Windows 98SE :
(Please do not connect the ViewDock to your PC's USB port before running the CD):
1. Insert the driver CD into the CD-ROM
2. Please launch the .exe file and the driver will be installed automatically.
3. After completing installation, connect the ViewDock to your PC's USB port. The card
reader is now operational.
4. Each slot of the card reader will be recognized as a Removable Disk and the icon will be
shown in "My Computer."
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USB Hub Installation
Refer to the following information
Downstream port
Connect to device
Type A female
Connect any USB devices via the USB ports on the ViewDock.
Windows will auto detect and install the generic Windows USB driver for USB 1.1/2.0 device
operation.
You do not need to install any special drivers for the USB Hub if your OS is Windows 2000/
ME/XP.
USB hub installation guide for Windows 98SE :
Insert the included CD into the CD-ROM drive. The Autorun feature will automatically begin
the installation process. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the driver.
If the setup program does not start automatically, go to "My Computer" and double-click on
the CD-ROM drive, and select "Setup.exe" from the CD.
Note: If USB device is not detected , does not work properly:
1. Double click the "System" icon in Control Panel.
2. Select the "Device Manager" tab from System Properties dialog window.
3. Select "Other devices" to see the contents.
4. Select "Unknown device" and click "Remove" button.
5. Click the "Refresh" button and system will find a new device.
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ViewDockTM Connecting with iPod
Refer to the following information
1. Make sure the ViewDock power is ON.
2. Dock your iPod into the universal iPod docking station with the appropriate adapter insert.
3. The iPod LED indicator will turn on amber
4. Wait for a few seconds for the iTunes software to launch.
5. Play your favorite song with iTunes software (for all iPod models) or play music from iPod
directly (excluding iPod shuffle.)
iPod adapter insert description:
iPod with video adaptor is a default setting for multimedia base.
Adapter No.
Work with Ipod models
1.
iPod nano
2.
iPod mini (1st/ 2nd Generation)
3.
iPod Vedio
iPod with color display (20G/U2)
iPod with Click Wheel (20G/U2)
4.
iPod with color display (30G)
iPod with dock connector (10/15/20G)
5.
iPod with color display (60G)
iPod photo (40/60G)
iPod with Click Wheel (40G)
iPod with dock connector (30/40G)
Subwoofer Volume Control
Refer to the following information
1. Adjust subwoofer volume via volume control
2. "
" Turn right to increases the subwoofer volume.
3. "
" Turn left to decreases the subwoofer volume.
4. In order to obtain the optimum listening environment, please adjust the volume of stereo
speakers in the monitor head via the monitor OSD menu to match and balance the
subwoofer volume.
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4. Circuit Description
4.1 Switching Mode Power Supply
4.1.1 AC Current Input Circuit
P801 is a connector for connecting AC Power. F801 is a fuse to protect all the circuit. AC input voltage is
from 90v to 264V. R801 and R802 joined between two inputting main circuit to prevent man from shock. L801
is used to clear up low frequency wave. C801 and C802 are used to discharge the waves that L801 produced.
High frequency waves are damped by C801 and C802. D801 is a rectifier which composed of 4 build-in diodes,
it inverts AC to DC.
4.1.2 High Voltage to Low Voltage Control Circuit
C804 is used to smooth the wave from rectifier. IC802 is a highly integrated PWM controller. When rectified
DC high voltage is applied to the HV pin during start-up, the MOSFET Q804 is initially off, and the Vcc pin
capacitor is charged. When the Vcc pin voltage reaches approximately 10V, the control circuitry is activated
and the soft-start begins. The soft-start circuit gradually increases the duty cycle of the MOSFET from zero to
the maximum value over approximately 4ms. If no external feedback/supply current is fed into the FB pin by
the end of the soft-start, the current Setpoint will be above the fault level, FAULT flag is raised, if the FAULT
duration exceeds 80ms, the output controller disable
Resistor R808, R809, R810, R811 are for line over voltage shutdown(OVP)
When PWM is turned off, the main current flow will be consumed through R804 and D802, This will
prevent MOSFET Q804 from being damaged under large current impulse and voltage spike.
D803 and C807 to provide internal Auxiliary voltage to Vcc pin during normal operation. Otherwise, error
amplifier and feedback current input the FB pin for duty cycle control.
4.1.3
DC_5V and DC_14V Output Circuit
For DC 5V, D805 is used to rectify the inducted current. R828 and C814 are used to store energy when
current is reversed. The parts including C818, C822, C820,L803 are used to smooth the current waves.
For DC 14V, D803 is used to rectify the inducted current. R827 and C813 are used to store energy when
current is reversed. The parts including C815, C817 and L802 are used to smooth the current waves.
4.1.4 Feedback and OVP Protect Circuit
Pin R of IC803 is supplied 2.5-v stable voltage. It connects to 5V and 14V output through R822, R823
and R824. R822, R823 and R824 are output sampling resistor. When the sampling voltage more than 2.5V or
less than 2.5V, current of FB IC802 will change, this can change the voltage from T801.
OVP Protect Circuit: When output is overvoltage, the auxiliary winding voltage will be increased, when it
reaches about 14V. Q803 is triggered . It makes the IC802 Pin 1 exceed 5V, then the IC802 output will be
disabled.
Q801, R816, R817 and ZD803 make up of dummy loading circuit. For start-up sequence, during 5V
output take place high loading first, this dummy loading circuit operated to insure 14V not be increased.
4. 2 Inverter Circuit
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1R503, ZD501, R502, Q501 components convert +14V voltage into +5.0V voltage, and the voltage
supply to IC501. The extra PWM pulse signal (BRIGHTNESS signal)input to control IC through R512, R514,
C510, The LCT pin is set to a DC voltage of 0.7V by using a resistor divider(R507, R516), change the duty of
PWM pulse, will regulate the lamp current. The ON/OFF voltage connect to pin10 of IC501 through D501,
R501, A voltage of 2V to pin10 of IC501 enables the IC and activates the striking timer. The SSTCMP pin of
IC501 performs the soft function, the C511 set the time of SST. The operation frequency determined by
external capacitor C512, C521 and resistor R508 connected at CT pin of IC501. C515 connect the TIMER pin
of IC501, the capacitor to set striking time and shunt down delay time. DRV!, DRV2 output for power MOSFET
U501, U502.
2.OZ9938 provides two drive signals forU501, U502, and they work in push pull topology driving, two
transformers are connected in parallel with each transformer driving two lamps in series.Turningeach
N-Channel MOSFET “on/off” complementarily, produces an alternating current through thetransformer primary
and secondary. The “on” duration of the switches determines the amount of energy delivered to the CCFLs.
R504, C504, R505, C505, R532, C529, R530, C522 are snubber networks, they suppress Voltage transient
spike in drain of power MOSFET.
3. R506, R510, C509, C513, C514, R525, R531, C528, C525, and C527 are connected betweenhigh
voltage output connector and ground, the divided AC voltage is inverted DC voltage through D502, D503,
D508, and D509.The sense voltage feedback to VSEN (pin 6 of IC501) for an over voltage/over current
condition during normal operation. R528, R533 are current sense resistor, current sense signal feed back to
Isense (pin 5 of IC501) for lamp “ON” detection.
4.3 I/F Board Circuit
4.2.1 Power Input
+5V is from the power board and supply for U101(LD1117AL-3.3V)、U105(TSUM56AL-1) and panel. +3.3V
output is generated from +5V through C101 and C103 filtering, and U101 outputs. +3.3V is used for U105
(MCU & Scaler: TSUM16AL). +1.8V output is generated from +3.3V through U102 outputs. +1.8V is only used
for U105.
4.2.2 MCU & Scaler(TSUM16AL)
The frequency of XTAL1 is 14.318MHz. U105 # 48 is defined as panel-enable. When the I/O port is high,
Q101 and Q103 are conducted. And then after C108 and C109 filtering, obtain the voltage of VLCD, which will
be connected to CN104. U105 # 85 is defined as CCFL-enable. When the I/O port is low, Q106 is pulled up
and the backlights are on; When the I/O port is high, Q106 is conducted and the backlights are off. U105 # 35
is defined as DET-VGA, connected with CN103 #5. U105 # 84 is a pin of hardware reset. U105 # 54-# 55,#
58-# 65, # 67-# 74, # 77-# 78 output LVDS digital data of 8 bit to panel control circuit through CN104. U105 #
86 generates a PWM waveform by regulating the duty to control the brightness of the backlights.
U103 is EEPROM used for saving EDID data, which is connected by SCL and SDA pins with # 31 and # 30
of TSUM56AL-1.
U106 is a flash memory, U106 # 2, # 1, # 6, # 5 are the communications with U105 # 37-# 40.
U108 is EEPROM used for saving user’s OSD setting. U108 is connected by SCL and SDA pin with # 44 and
# 43 of TSUM16AL.
4.2.3 VGA Input
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Signal R, G, B input through CN103 #1, #2, #3, and C112, C113 and C114 filtering the high frequency
noise. Signal HSYNC and VSYNC input through CN103 #13 and #14, and C125, R137, C126, R136 filtering.
Then the analog signal enters U105, and then U104 deals with it internally. In addition, TVS101, TVS102,
TVS103, TVS104 (the four are BAV99), ZD101, ZD105, ZD106, ZD107, ZD108(they are constant voltage
diode of 5V6) are ESD protector. Signal DDC-SCL inputs via CN103 #15, and then passes through ZD101 for
ESD protection, goes into EDID EEPROM IC U103. Signal DDC-SDA inputs via CN103 #12, and then passes
through ZD107 for ESD protection, goes into EDID EEPROM IC U103. CN103 #5 is defined as cable detect
pin, this detector realizes via R124 and U105 # 35,The PC-5V of U103 is supplied by PC via CN103 #9 with
D103 for ESD protection, or supplied by Monitor self via D103.U103 is an EEPROM IC, which is a kind of
memory and used for saving EDID data.
4.2.4 Button Control
Button “Key-Power” is defined as power on/off, which is connected to U105 # 90 through CN105 # 6.
Button “Key-2” is defined as two functions of selecting and adjustment, which is connected to U105 #94
through CN105 # 5.
Button “Key-Up” is defined as plus, which is connected to U105 # 95 through CN105 # 8.
Button “Key-Down” is defined as minus, which is connected to U105 # 99 through CN105 # 7.
Button “Key-1” is defined as two functions of menu and exit, which is connected to U105 # 89 through
CN105 # 4.
LED indicator on the front bezel is defined as follows:
a. When press button “Key-Power”, U105 # 91 is pulled down and U105 # 92 is pulled high, so Q102 is
conducted and the LED indicator is green.
b. When in power-saving mode, U105 # 91 is pulled high and U105 # 92 is pulled down, so Q105 is conducted
and the LED indicator is orange.
4.4 FACTORY PRESET TIMING TABLE
TIMING
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FH(KHz)
FV(Hz)
Sync
Polarity
31.469
70.086
31.469
70.086
31.469
70.087
24.700
50.000
31.469
59.940
35.000
66.667
37.861
72.809
37.500
75.000
+
−
−
+
−
+
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Total
(Dot/Line)
800
449
800
449
900
449
800
494
800
525
864
525
832
520
840
500
Active
(Dot/Line)
640
350
640
400
720
400
640
480
640
480
640
480
640
480
640
480
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Width
(Dot/Line)
(Dot/Line)
96
2
96
2
108
2
96
2
96
2
64
3
40
3
64
3
48
60
48
35
54
35
48
8
40
25
96
39
120
20
120
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Freq.(MHz)
25.175
25.175
28.322
19.760
25.175
30.240
31.500
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43.269
85.008
35.156
56.250
37.879
60.317
48.077
72.188
46.875
75.000
53.674
85.061
49.725
74.550
−
−
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
−
−
832
509
1024
625
1056
628
1040
666
1056
625
1048
631
1152
667
640
480
800
600
800
600
800
600
800
600
800
600
832
632
56
3
72
2
128
4
120
6
80
3
64
3
64
3
80
25
128
22
88
23
64
23
160
21
152
27
224
39
VESA
48.363
−
1344
1024
136
160
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−
806
768
6
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56.476
70.069
60.023
75.029
68.677
84.997
57.700
72.125
67.500
75.000
68.681
75.062
60.000
60.000
75.000
75.000
63.981
60.020
79.976
75.025
−
−
+
+
+
+
−
−
+
+
−
−
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
1328
806
1312
800
1376
808
1360
800
1600
900
1456
915
1800
1000
1800
1000
1688
1066
1688
1066
1024
768
1024
768
1024
768
1024
768
1152
864
1152
870
1280
960
1280
960
1280
1024
1280
1024
136
6
96
3
96
3
136
6
128
3
128
3
112
3
112
3
112
3
144
3
144
29
176
28
208
36
144
26
256
32
144
39
312
36
312
36
248
38
248
38
75.025
+
1066
1024
3
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36.000
36.000
40.000
50.000
49.500
56.250
57.283
65.000
75.000
78.750
94.500
78.472
108.000
100.000
108.000
130.000
108.000
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Power On/Off Sequence
4.5.1 Hardware Power ON
When power cord is plugged into AC socket, SMPS starts work and provides U105 with VCC5V. When
VCC5V inputs, U105 resets circuit active, sets U105 all registers to preset modes, and then monitor goes into
stand-by mode. That means hardware power on has been completed.
4.5.2 Software Power ON/OFF
When press power key, U105 # 90 recieves low pulse,and then U105 will do the power on/off.
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If Power ON, U105 # 91(LED_Green) will send out Low potential, and then LED green on.
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If Power OFF, U105 # 91(LED_Green) will send out High potential, and then LED Off.
The Panel_Vcc, Backlight_En, CLK/DATA output to panel will follow the following sequency.
T2 (ms)
T3 (ms)
T4 (ms)
T5 (ms)
T6 (ms)
T7 (ms)
0.1~10
0.5~10
>200
>100
0~50
0.1~25
>1000
AC Outlet Pin Assignment
3
4.6
T1 (ms)
1
2
P801
4.7
Pin
Symbol
Description
1
L
Live
2
N
Neutral
3
E
GND
Inner Connector Pin Assignment
4.7.1 CN501, CN502, CN503, CN504 (Connect to Panel Backlight, SM02B-BHSS-1-TB or equivalent)
Pin
Symbol
Description
1
H.V.
High voltage for lamp
2
L.V.
Low voltage for lamp
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4.7.3
CN101 (Power BD to Interface BD)
Pin No.
Symbol
Description
1
VCC5V
+5.1V INPUT
2
VCC5V
+5.1V INPUT
3
GND
4
ON/OFF
5
BRIGHTNESS
6
GND
Ground
7
VOL
Volume control input
8
MUTE
GND
CCFL on/off control
Panel luminance control (CCFL brightness)
Mute control input
CN105 (Interface BD to Keypad)
Pin
Symbol
No.
Description
1
LED_ GREEN
Orange LED lighting control
2
LED_ ORANGE
Green LED lighting control
3
GND
Ground
4
KEY_POWER
DC power on/off control,
5
KEY_UP&▲
OSD “▲” control to adjust value to increase,
6
KEY_DOWN&2
Select control and auto adjustment control,
7
GND
OSD “▼” control to adjust value to decrease
8
KEY_1
OSD menu and exit
4.7.4
CN104 (Connect I/F BD to panel, FI-X30S-H or Equivalent)
Pin No.
Symbol
Function
1
RXO0-
minus signal of odd channel 0(LVDS)
2
RXO0+
plus signal of odd channel 0(LVDS)
3
RXO1-
minus signal of odd channel 1(LVDS)
4
RXO1+
plus signal of odd channel 1(LVDS)
5
RXO2-
minus signal of odd channel 2(LVDS)
6
RXO2+
plus signal of odd channel 2(LVDS)
7
GND
Ground
8
RXOC-
minus signal of odd clock channel (LVDS)
9
RXOC+
plus signal of odd clock channel (LVDS)
10
RXO3-
minus signal of odd channel 3(LVDS)
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RXO3+
plus signal of odd channel 3(LVDS)
12
RXE0-
minus signal of even channel 0(LVDS)
13
RXE0+
plus signal of even channel 0(LVDS)
14
GND
Ground
15
RXE1-
minus signal of even channel 1(LVDS)
16
RXE1+
plus signal of even channel 1(LVDS)
17
GND
Ground
18
RXE2-
minus signal of even channel 2(LVDS)
19
RXE2+
plus signal of even channel 2(LVDS)
20
RXEC-
minus signal of even clock channel (LVDS)
21
RXEC+
plus signal of even clock channel (LVDS)
22
RXE3-
minus signal of even channel 3(LVDS)
23
RXE3+
plus signal of even channel 3(LVDS)
24
GND
Ground
25
GND
Ground
26
GND
Ground or Open
27
GND
Ground
28
VCC
Power supply (5.0 V)
29
VCC
Power supply (5.0 V)
30
VCC
Power supply (5.0 V)
4.7.5
CN103 (D-SUB Connector)
Pin
Symbol
1
Red video input
6
Red GND
11
GND
2
Green video input
7
Green GND
12
Serial data (SDA)
3
Blue video input
8
Blue GND
13
H / H+V SYNC
4
GND
9
+5V(from PC)
14
VSYNC
5
Cable Detect
10
GND
15
Data clock line (SCL)
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Key Parts Pin Assignment
4.8.1
IC802 (NCP1337, Power Control IC)
Pin
Symbol
I/O
Description
1
BO
I
Brown−out and external triggering
2
FB
I
Sets the peak current setpoint
3
CS
I
Current sense input and overpower compensation adjustment
4
GND
5
DRV
O
Output driver
6
Vcc
I
IC supply
7
NC
N/A
N/A
8
HV
I
High−voltage pin
4.8.2
IC ground
IC501 (OZ9938GN, CCFL inverter controller IC)
Pin No.
Symbol
I/O
Description
1
DRV1
O
Drive output
2
VDDA
I
Supply voltage input
3
TIMER
I
Timing capacitor to set striking time and shut down delay time
4
DIM
I
5
ISEN
I
Current sense feedback
6
VSEN
I
Voltage sense feedback
7
OVPT
I
Over-voltage/over-current protection threshold setting pin
8
NC
ON/OFF control of IC
Analog dimming or Internal LPWM dimming or external PWM pulse input
for dimming function
9
NC
10
ENC
I
11
LCT
I
12
SSTCMP
I
Capacitor for soft start time and loop compensation
13
CT
I
Timing resistor and capacitor for operation and striking frequency
14
GNDA
15
DRV2
16
PGND
4.8.3
analog dimming selection
Ground for analog signals
O
Drive output
Ground for power paths
U105(TSUM56AL-1)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Timing capacitor to set internal PWM dimming frequency and also a pin for
Symbol
NC
GND
NC
NC
GND
NC
NC
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Description
Not connected
Ground
Not connected
Not connected
Ground
Not connected
Not connected
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
AVDD_DC
NC
NC
GND
NC
NC
AVDD_DC
REXT
AVDD_PLL
BIN0M
BIN0P
GIN0M
GIN0P
SOGIN0
RIN0M
RIN0P
AVDD_ADC
REFM
REFP
HSYNC0
VSYNC0
GND
I
30
DDCA_SDA/RS232_TX
I/O
31
32
33
34
DDCA_SCL/RS232_RX
VDDP
GND
VDDC
I/O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
ADC Power
Not connected
Not connected
Ground
Not connected
Not connected
ADC Power
External resistor 390 ohm to AVDD_ADC
PLL Power
Reference ground for analog blue input
Analog blue input
Reference ground for analog green input
Analog green input
Sync-on-green input
Reference ground for analog red input
Analog red input
ADC Power
Internal ADC bottom de-coupling pin
Internal ADC top de-coupling pin
Analog HSYNC input
Analog VSYNC input
Ground
DDC Data for Analog Interface; 4mA driving strength/UART
Transmitter/GPIO
DDC Clock for Analog Interface/UART Receiver/GPIO
Digital Output Power
Ground
Digital Core Power
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/Pulse Width
35
GPIO_P15/PWM0
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
NC
SDO
SCZ
SCK
SDI
NC
NC
43
GPIO_P11/I2C_MDA
I/O
44
GPIO_P10/I2C_MCL
I/O
45
NC
46
47
NC
NC
48
GPIO_P27/PWM1
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
VDDP
GND
VDDC
MODE[0]
MODE[1]
LVA3P
LVA3M
VDDP
GND
LVACKP
LVACKM
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I
O
O
O
I/O
I
I
I
I
O
O
I
O
O
Modulation Output; 4mA driving strength
Not Connected
SPI Flash Serial Data Output
SPI Flash Chip Select
SPI Flash Serial Clock
SPI Flash Serial Data Input
Not Connected
Not Connected
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/I2C Master
Data
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/I2C Master
Clock
Not Connected
Not connected
Not connected
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/Pulse Width
Modulation Output; 4mA driving strength
Digital Output Power
Ground
Digital Core Power
Chip Configuration Input
Chip Configuration Input
A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
Digital Output Power
Ground
A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Clock Output
A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Clock Output
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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
LVA2P
LVA2M
LVA1P
LVA1M
LVA0P
LVA0M
VDDC
LVB3P
LVB3M
LVBCKP
LVBCKM
LVB2P
LVB2M
LVB1P
LVB1M
VDDP
GND
LVB0P
LVB0M
GND
BYPASS
NC
VDDC
GND
RST
GPIO_P12
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
O
O
I
I
I/O
A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
A-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
A-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
Digital Core Power
B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Clock Output
B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Clock Output
B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
Digital Output Power
Ground
B-Link Positive LVDS Differential Data Output
B-Link Negative LVDS Differential Data Output
Ground
For External Bypass Capacitor
Not connected
Digital Core Power
Ground
Chip Reset; High Reset
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength
Pulse Width Modulation Output; 4mA driving strength/General
86
PWM1/GPIO_P25
87
RSTN
88
GPIO_P00/SAR1
I/O
89
GPIO_P01/SAR2
I/O
90
GPIO_P02/SAR3
I/O
91
GPIO_P06
I/O
92
GPIO_P07
I/O
93
PWM0/GPIO_P26
I/O
94
95
96
97
98
GPIO_P13
GPIO_P14
XIN
XOUT
AVDD_MPLL
I/O
I/O
I
O
I
99
GPIO_P16/PWM2
I/O
100
NC
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I/O
I
Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength
Chip Reset; Low Reset
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/SAR ADC
Input
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/SAR ADC
Input
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/SAR ADC
Input
General Purpose Input/Output; 6/12mA programmable driving
strength
General Purpose Input/Output; 6/12mA programmable driving
strength
Pulse Width Modulation Output; 4mA driving strength/General
Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength
Crystal Oscillator Input
Crystal Oscillator Output
MPLL Power
General Purpose Input/Output; 4mA driving strength/
Pulse Width Modulation Output; 4mA driving strength
Not connected
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5. Adjustment Procedure
5.1
Key Function Description
CONTROL KEY
KEYS FUNCTION
[AUTO] [2]
By pressing [AUTO] key, “Auto Image Adjust” is performed
[MENU] [1]
By pressing [MENU] key, Main menu display
[▼] [▲]
[POWER]
5.2
A. When “MENU OSD” display, press these keys to change the contents of an
adjustment item, or change an adjustment value
B. When “MENU OSD” is un-display, press these keys to change brightness and
contrast
Power on or power off the monitor
Hot Key Operation
Hot Key Function
Item
Function Detail
[▲] + [▼]
[1] +[2]
Recall Contrast or Brightness while in the Contrast or Brightness adjustment;
Recall both Contrast and Brightness when the OSD is not open
Toggle 720x400 and 640x400 mode when input 720x400 or 640x400 mode
[1] + [▼] + [▲]
(keep pushing 5 sec)
White Balance (Not shown on user’s guide)
[1] + [▼]
Power Lock
[1] + [▲]
OSD Lock
[▼] + [▲]+ [ ]
Enter Factory Mode
Remark: All the function above are only available while OSD off
5.3
OSD Control
5.3.1 OSD table
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Auto Image Adjust
Contrast/Brightness
Audio
Contrast (+ / -)
Brightness (+ / -)
Volume
Volume (+ / -)
Mute
On/Off
sRGB
9300K
6500K
Color Adjust
5400K
Red (+ / -)
User Color
Green (+ / -)
Blue (+ / -)
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Information
H Position (+ / -)
H/V Position
Manual Image Adjust
V Position (+ / -)
H Size
+/-
Fine Tune
+/-
Sharpness
+/English
French
German
Italian
Language Select
Spanish
Finnish
Japanese
Setup Menu
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
Resolution Notice
On/Off
H Position (+ / -)
OSD Position
V Position (+ / -)
OSD Time Out
OSD Background
On/Off
Memory Recall
5.3.2 OSD lock Menu function
OSD Lock Menu Function Check
Item
Method
Phenomenon
Press any of buttons"1", "▼",
Activate OSD lock
[1] + [▲] 10S
"▲", "2" will appear "OSD Locked"
3s
Deactivate OSD lock:
[1] + [▲] 10S(again)
NOTICE:
When the OSD is locked will lock all functions.
Status bar indicating OSD Lock or Unlock is in progress and when complete it will indicate “OSD
Locked”
OSD Lock should not lock Power Button and Power Lock function
5.3.3 Power lock Menu function
Power Lock Menu Function Check
Item
Method
Phenomenon
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Can not turn off the LCD;
Press the power button will
appear "Power Button Locked"
Activate Power Lock
OSD 3s;
[1] + [▼] 10S
LCD would automatically turn
back "On" when power is restored
after a power failure
Deactivate Power Lock
[1] + [▼] 10S(again)
NOTICE:
Status bar indicating Power Button lock or unlock is in progress and when complete it will indicate
“Power Button Locked”
Power should only be lockable in the “On State”
5.3.4 Resolution notice function
Resolution Notice Menu
Item
Method
Phenomenon
Resolution Notice OSD should show
Activate
Resolution
Notice Menu
on
screen
after
changing
to
------
non-native mode for 30 sec,
And it should disappear after 10s
or by pushing button [1] or [2]
Deactivate
Push button [2] under Resolution
Resolution Notice Menu
Notice OSD, select Disable
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5.3.5 Factory Mode Introduction
When input the signal, press “power key” to turn off the monitor. Press” [▼] +[▲] +[ ] “at the same time so
as to enter factory mode. After power on, press ‘’Menu[1]’’ key, you can see the Factory menu.
INL-V0
: Currently using panel model name
V3 060922
: Currently using firmware version information.
Auto Color
: Automatically calibrate chip ADC parameter by using chip internal DAC
Color Temperature : The R, G, B of 9300K and 6500K and 5400K and User Mode
Colors are all generated from scaling back end.
5.4
Burn-in pattern
If it is a new monitor, and in factory mode, if no VGA signal input, Burn-in pattern will self generate
automatically. Burn in patterns are: full Red, Green, Blue, White and Black. You can not escape from
Burn-in pattern until plug in VGA Cable or press the power key to turn the monitor off and then turn it on.
5.5
Auto Color (Automatically calibrate chip ADC parameter by using chip
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internal DAC)
If it is a new-built set and it is first time to do the “auto color”, please confirm the following steps:
-Connect the VGA cable with the standard video pattern generator and display 5-mosic pattern on the monitor.
- Press “Power” to power off the monitor.
- Press” [▼] +[▲] +[ ] “simultaneously to enter factory mode.
- Press ‘’Menu[1]’’, then press ‘’Auto[2]’’ to execute Auto color item.
- After the “Auto Color” process finished, please press “Power” to restart monitor.
5.6
EDID (Rewrite EDID data to EEPROM)
If we need to rewrite the EEPROM data, please confirm the following steps.
1. Plug in VGA Cable; we can rewrite the EDID data to EEPROM by using “EDID Rewrite” program.
2. If the “EDID Rewrite” process finished, please pull out VGA cable and press ‘’2’’+’’▲’’ at the same time.
3. Pull out AC power cable or press power key to restart.
5.7
Upload firmware to MCU via VGA Cable
5.7.1 Connect ISP board between monitor and PC as below configure
Service
cable
ISP Board
D-Sub
D-SUB
Port 25pin
Print Port
Insert to Print
LCD Monitor
5.7.2 Using mStar ISP Tool Update FW:
(1). Select “Read”, Choose the corresponding firmware, load to MCU.
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(2). Select “Connect”, auto connect for ISP.
(3). Select “Run”, start ISP.
(4). When the picture show “Verify OK”, ISP finished.
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5.7.3 After repair, to ensure the quality you should do the following test and
adjustment
Item
Test OSD function
Content
Equipment
1.Signal is set as [email protected]
2. LCM button are from left to right, checking whether each single
function key and compound function key can be worked.
Contrast Check
1. Set input mode to [email protected]
2. Set Pattern to 32 gray shades
3. Set contrast to the max. The brightest 6~8 shades brightness cannot
Chroma
Signal Generator
Chroma
Signal Generator
be distinguished.
Color Temperature
Modes switching
check
Y measurement at
default setting
Panel Flicker
check
1. Do “Auto color” at 640 x [email protected], 5-Mosic pattern
2. Measure color temperature, check it complies with the following
temperature:
5400K x=0.335 +/- 0.02, y=0.350 +/- 0.02
6500K x=0.313 +/- 0.02, y=0.329 +/- 0.02
9300K x=0.283 +/- 0.02, y=0.298 +/- 0.02
Chroma Signal
Generator and color
analyzer
1. Use Chroma Pattern Generator to make sequence.
VESA (640x480 800x600 1024x768 1280x1024), MAC 832x624
DOS (640x350 720x400), the detail supported modes and power
saving signal.
2. Confirm the above timing modes must be full screen and the
picture must be normal.
3. LED is Orange at power saving mode.
Chroma Signal
Generator
1. Set brightness to default value 100 and contrast to default value
70 at 6500K
2. At full white patter, Measure Y, which should be ≥ 250cd/m²
Chroma Signal
Generator and Color
Analyzer
1. Mode: [email protected]
2. Set Brightness& contrast to default value
3. Do “Auto Image Adjust”
4. Shut down PC to check whether there’s glitter on the center of the
Equipment::
Chroma Signal
Generator & PC
picture.
Power saving
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Mode: [email protected]
Pattern: full white
Brightness: Max.
Contrast: Default
Check power consumption at each modes
State
Power Consumption
LED color
Normal
Blue
≤ 42W
Stand By
< 2W
Orange
<1W
Power Key Off
No
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Chroma signal
generator and Power
meter
AC input: 230V/50Hz
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Packing For Shipping
1. Packing Procedure
1.1 Paste protection film to protect the monitor. (Figure 1)
1.2 Put the monitor in the PE bag and seal the bag with tape. (Figure 2)
Figure 1
Figure 2
1.3 Put the cushions on the monitor.
1.4 Place the monitor into the carton and then put all the accessories into the carton. At
last, close the carton and seal it with tape. (Figure 3)
P ower adapter
iP od adapter
AUDIO CABLE
P OWER CABLE
2 in 1 audio cable
USB cable
DVI cable
D-sub cable
MONITOR
HEAD
Figure 3
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Disassembly Procedure
iBox
Hinge Cover
Front Cover
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BACK COVER
PANEL
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CHASSIS
P/I BOARD
I/F BOARD
KEYPAD BOARD
SPEAKER
LVDS
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6. Troubleshooting Flow Chart
6.1. Common Acknowledge
If you change the interface board, be sure that the U103, U105, U106 and U108 these
three components also changed to the new I/F board because there was program inside. If
not, please re-write EDID and upload firmware into U106 via VGA Cable.
If you adjust clock and phase, please do it at the condition of Windows shut down
pattern.
If you confirm the R.G.B. color is normal or not, please do it under 16-grey scalar
pattern.
This LCM is analog interface. So if the entire screen is an abnormal color that means
the problem happen in the analog circuit part, if only some scale appears abnormal color
that stand the problem happen in the digital circuit part.
If you check the H/V position, please use the crosshatch pattern.
This LCM support more than 30 timing modes, if the input timing mode is out of
specification, the picture may appears abnormally.
If brightness uneven, repairs Inverter circuit or change a new panel.
If you find the vertical line or horizontal line lost on the screen, please change panel.
If you find the speaker don’t working, please don’t plug in audio cable, unless change
new speaker.
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6.2. No Power & Power LED Off
No power
Check primary
Check circuit
Check IC802,
rectifier voltage
if short
C804, T801,
Check F801, P801,
RT,801,D801
Check pin6 of IC802
CheckC810,D803,C807,
voltage about 12V
Check pin2 of IC802
Check primary OVP, OLP
voltage about 2V
and secondary feedback,
Check pin1 of IC802
Check R811, R810,
voltage is below 1V
R809, R808,R814
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6.3. DC output voltage is unstable
Unstable power
Check sampling
Check R822, R823,
Circuit
R824
Change R822, R823,
R824
Check the R pin
Check the C pin
voltage of IC803
voltage of IC803 if
Change
about 2.5V
3V
IC803
Check R819, R820
Check pin2 of
Check R818, D804, C807 if
IC802 voltage
short
is 3V
Change R818,
D804, C807
Check pin1 of
Change R808, R 809,
IC802 voltage
R810, R 811, R815,
below 1V
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6.4. Output power is unstable
Unstable power
Check sampling
Check R810,
Circuit
R811, R818
Change R810, R811,
R818
Check the R pin
Check the C pin
voltage of IC803
voltage of IC803
Change
about 2.5V
if 3V
IC803
Check R809, R808, R814,
D809
Check pin1 of
Check D806, C815 if
IC802 voltage
short
is 5.8V
Change
D806, C815
Check pin3 of
Change R801, R805,
IC802 voltage
R822, R823, R817
about 1V
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6.5. Backlight can’t be turned on
Black screen
NG
Check power
supply:pin 1,2 of
CN101
Power fail
YES
NG
Check FB102,FB103,
FB105,FB106
Check power supply
for U105
YES
NG
Check reset (pin84) of
U105
Check C144,R172
YES
NG
Check crystal (pin 96,97)
waveform of U105
Check
X101,C153,C154
YES
Check CCFLEnable(pin 85)
of U105
NG
YES
YES
Check pin4 of
CN101
Inverter Fail
NG
Check R167,Q106,
R108,R110
U105 FAIL
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6.6. Black Screen and backlight turn on
Black Screen
NG
Check Power Supply:
Pin 1, 2 of CN101
Power Fail
OK
Check Power:
Pin 2 of U101 and Pin 2
of U102
NG
U101, U102 Fail
OK
Check Reset Waveform
(Pin 84 of U105)
NG
Check C144 and
R172
NG
Check X101,
C153, C154
OK
Check Crystal Waveform
(Pin 96,97 of U105)
OK
U105
(TSUM16AL) Fail
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6.7. White Screen
White screen
OK
LVDS Cable
Reinsert
Workmanship
NG
OK
Change
LVDSCable
LVDS cable NG
NG
OK
OK
Check VLCD
is 5V
Check LVDS
signal
NG
Panel Fail
NG
Check Panel-Enable of
U105(pin48)
OK
U105 Fail
NG
Check
Q101,Q103,Q110,
C108,
C109
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6.8. Bad Screen
Bad Screen
OK
LVDS Cable
Reinsert
Workmanship
NG
OK
Change LVDS
Cable
LVDS Cable NG
NG
NG
Check Crystal:
pin96,97 of U105
CheckX101, C153,
C154
OK
Check the pins of
U105
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7. Recommended Spare Parts List
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS LIST (VX1945wm-3)
ViewSonic Model Number: VS11444
Serial No. Prefix: QCY
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Description
Rev: 1b
ECR/ECN
ViewSonic P/N
Accessories:
Power Cord 10A/250V 6FT (Australia)
[Adapter, Remote
Control]
Power Cord 16A/250V 6FT (Europe)
A-00003674
Power Cord 5A/250V (Singapore)
A-00003675
Power Cord, 10A/250V BLK 6FT (China)
Power Cord 10A/125V BLK 6FT UL/CSA USA RoHS
A-00005255
A-00006679
Power Cord 7A/125V 6FT (Taiwan)
Power Cord 16A/250V 6FT (Korea)
A-00006733
A-00006734
Adapter, Kit Power for Base (CHINA)
Adapter, Kit Power for Base (US & TW)
Adapter, Kit Power for Base (EU)
Adapter, Kit ipod
Kit Accessory
Interface Board
Key Board
Sub Board - P/I Board
Front Panel
Back Cover
A-00008068
A-00008069
A-00008070
A-00008071
A-00008072
B-00008169
B-00008170
B-00008171
C-00008190
C-00008191
C-00008193
C-00006106
CB-00005254
CB-00008002
CB-00008070
CB-00008071
CB-00008072
CB-00008074
CB-00008075
E-00008016
E-00008171
E-00008172
HW-00008055
HW-00008056
P-00008170
P-00008172
P-00008184
P-00008185
P-00008186
P-00001347
P-00002515
PC Board
Assembly: [All
PCBA]
Cabinets:
[Front Panel, Back
Base Assembly + Stand
Cover, Base]
Cables: [All Cables] Cable, D-Sub , SZ40 RoHS
Audio Cable (1P 6FT)
Video Cable - DVI-D 18+1P MALE 6FT
Flat Cable - LVDS FFC 30P 158mm, ROHS
Wire - 8P 200mm UL1571#28 ROHS
Audio Cable - 1P TO 2P 6FT,RoHS
USB Cable - 5FT BLACK, RoHS
LCD Panel 19"
Electronic
Components: [CRT- LCD Panel 19" Substitute 1
LCD Panel 19" Substitute 2
EEPROM, Fly Back
Hinge - Cover-Left
Hardware:
Hinge - Cover Right
Packing Material: PE Bag - L620xW510xT0.6mm
Bag, Plastic W(575+300)xL1125xT0.05mm
[Box, Foam]
Craft Box
Foam - EPS (Left)
Foam - EPS (Right)
Generic Foam Set
Generic Box
A-00003671
Updated VS Part #
on 11/27/06
Ref. P/N
453070800420R
453070800210R
453070800230R
453070800170R
453070800250R
453070800480R
453070800500R
704300000200R
704300000250R
704300000210R
704300000300R
703000004400R
790741300600R
790741500000R
790741400600R
714030007910R
714050007910R
Location
Universal number#
714010008500R
453010100100R
453030300120R
453030300180R
430303000690R
430300800800R
453030300310R
453030300320R
631102090600R
631102090610R
631102090720R
501020210460R
501020210560R
506120301700R
506120006300R
506020012510R
506040010120R
506040010130R
30833
20653
Remark 1: Above listed items are examples, supplier can expand the rows to add more necessary items.
Remark 2: All revised RSPLs with newly added items or any change made should be highlighted and correlated with the ECN/ECR approved by ViewSonic Corporation. This is
to eliminate repeated cross checks of each item between this version and prior versions.
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BOM LIST (VX1945wm-3)
ViewSonic Model Number: VS11444
Rev: 1b
Serial No. Prefix: QCY
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
ViewSonic P/N
N/A
P-00008170
N/A
N/A
P-00008184
P-00008185
P-00008186
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CB-00008002
CB-00008070
CB-00008009
A-00006679
CB-00008074
CB-00008075
A-00008069
A-00008071
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
HW-00008055
HW-00008056
E-00008137
C-00006106
C-00008190
C-00008191
N/A
C-00008190
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
C-00008191
N/A
N/A
N/A
HW-00005270
N/A
HW-00005269
N/A
E-00008016
E-00008171
E-00008172
B-00008169
B-00008170
B-00008171
CB-00008071
CB-00008072
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ref. P/N
506380002100R
506120301700R
506431003100R
506431000300R
506020012510R
506040010120R
506040010130R
506150007700R
506039004500R
506039005000R
506038004700R
506391000040R
506440002400R
506250011600R
506390210400R
506440002300R
506440002600R
506390000600R
453030300120R
453030300180R
453010100150R
453070800250R
453030300310R
453030300320R
704300000250R
704300000300R
703000004410R
714078660010R
714078660010R
509112308100R
509116608510R
509112310100R
503040000310R
501020210460R
501020210560R
618100200120R
714010008500R
714030007910R
714050007910R
714078661000R
714030007910R
501010208310R
501030205010R
501120104910R
506102000400R
506102000300R
506431003400R
506431003410R
506431003420R
506390500100R
714050007910R
501020210210R
506430300003R
714078661000R
509000000700R
509146304200R
509146305300R
509146306102R
631102090600R
631102090610R
631102090720R
790741300600R
790741500000R
790741400600R
430303000690R
430300800800R
701000002300R
701000002300R
502090304510R
502080000110R
509116606510R
505040503100R
505040503400R
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Description
TAPE,WRAPPING TYPE(VIEWSONIC),50mmx75M,L
BAG,EPE+PE,L620xW510xT0.6mm, LE1925
FILM,PROTECTION,UNPRINTED,430x280x0.1mm,
FILM,PE 500mmx900M ROHS
CARTON,VIEWSONIC(VX1945), LP1911
CUSHION,EPS-L,(VX1945), LP1911
CUSHION,EPS-R,(VX1945),LP1911
PALLET,L1110xW1080xH120mm,LP1911
CORNER PAPER,2060x50x50xT5mm,LE1708 ROHS
CORNER PAPER,870x50x50xT5mm,ROHS LE1918
CARDBOARD,L1110xW1080xT4mm ROHS LP1911
LABEL,POP,FOR BELZE, LP1911
LABEL,BLANK,50x25mm,LE1709(S/N)
LABEL,AGENCY,ViewSonic(VX1945),LP1911
LABEL,CARTON(5ms),L89xW58 LE1941
LABEL,BLANK,76.2x76.2mm,LE1709(UPC)
LABEL,BLANK,210x65mm,LE1709(PALLET)
LABEL,HI-POT PASS, LE1709
CABLE,AUDIO 1P 6FT BLACK/GREEN CP03B06P0
CABLE,DVI-D 18+1P MALE 6FT PC99(BLACK)SA
CABLE,D-SUB 15P MALE 6FT BLACK,SZ4120955
PWR CORD 10A/125V BLK 6FT UL/CSA,SVT 18x
CABLE,AUDIO 1P TO 2P 6FT,RoHS
CABLE,USB 5FT BLACK, RoHS
KIT,POWER ADAPTER FOR BASE LP1911(US&TW)
KIT,IPOD ADAPTER FOR BASE LP1911
KIT, ACCESSORY(US),LP1911(VX1945)
ASSY,FINAL(B,V0/G1,2,3),W/SPK,LP1911-612
ASSY,FINAL(B,V0/G1,2,3),W/SPK,LP1911-612
SCREW,P,CROSS,T.T-3*8,Zn ROHS REV:A
SCREW,P,CROSS,M4*8,BLACK,NL(NYLOK)
SCREW,P,CROSS,T.T-3*10,Zn
RUBBER,COVER(B), LE1534
COVER,HINGE-L,VX1945, LP1911
COVER,HINGE-R,VX1945, LP1911
SPEAKER 2.0W 8Ω 370mm, R/G/B W/CASE
ASSY,STAND VX1945 LP1911
ASSY,BEZEL, LP1909
ASSY,BACK COVER, LP1909
ASSY,PANEL(V0/G1&2&3),W/SPK,LP1909-6I2
ASSY,BEZEL, LP1909
BEZEL, LP1909
BUTTON,FUNCTION KEY, LP1909
LENS, LP1909
LOGO PLATE,VIEWSONIC, LE1709(THREE BIRDS
LOGO PLATE,VIEWSONIC, LE1709
FILM,PROTECTION,FOR BEZEL-TOP LP1909
FILM,PROTECTION,FOR BEZEL-MIDDLE LP1909
FILM,PROTECTION,FOR BEZEL-BOTTOM LP1909
LABEL,ENERGY STAR, LE1709
ASSY,BACK COVER, LP1909
COVER,BACK, LP1909
FILM,PET,L115xW30xT0.05mm, LE1741
ASSY,PANEL(V0/G1&2&3),W/SPK,LP1909-6I2
BOLT,#4-40x11.8,Ni FOR D-SUB/DVI CONN.RO
SCREW,P,CROSS,W/WAS,M3*4,Zn-Cc,ROHS
SCREW,PW,CROSS,W/WAS,M3*5,NI
SCREW,P,CROSS W/W-SPR,M3*6,Zn,ROHS
LCD PANEL 19" MT190AW01-V0,AM19000040
LCD PANEL 19" Substitute 1
LCD PANEL 19" Substitute 2
PCBA,I/F BOARD, LP1909-612
PCBA,KEYPAD BOARD, LP1909
PCBA,P/I BOARD, LP1909-612
HRN LVDS FFC 30P 158mm, ROHS
HRN ASS'Y 8P 200mm UL1571#28 ROHS
ASSY,CHASSIS, LP1909
ASSY,CHASSIS, LP1909
CHASSIS, LP1909
SUPPORT,HINGE, LP1909
SCREW,P,CROSS,M4*6,BLACK,NL ROHS (NYLOK)
INSULATOR,PP,22x20x12X0.3mm,GLUE(3M), LE
INSULATOR,PP,10x15x10X0.3mm,GLUE(3M), LE
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Q'ty
0.01
1
1
0.002
1
1
1
0.031
0.125
0.125
0.063
1
1
1
1
1
0.063
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
VX1945wm-3
8. Exploded Diagram and Exploded Parts List
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EXPLODED PARTS LIST (VX1945wm-3)
ViewSonic Model Number: VS11444
Rev: 1b
Serial No. Prefix: QCY
Item
ViewSonic P/N
1
C-00008190
714030007910R
Ref. P/N
ASSY, BEZEL,LP1909
Description
Q'ty
1
2
E-00008016
631102090600R
LCD PANEL 19" MT190AW01-V0-G1,AM19000040
1
3
B-00008171
790741400600R
PCBA,P/I BOARD, LP1909-612
1
4
B-00008169
790741300600R
PCBA,I/F BOARD, LP1909-612
1
5
CB-00008071
430303000690R
HRN LVDS FFC 30P 158mm, ROHS
1
6
N/A
701000002300R
ASSY, CHASSIS, LP1909
1
7
N/A
505040503100R
INSULATOR, PP, 22*20*0.3mm, GLUE(3M)
1
8
N/A
505040503400R
INSULATOR, PP, 10*15*10*0.3mm, GLUE(4M)
3
9
E-00008137
618100200120R
SPEAKER 2.0W 8Ω 370mm, R/G/B W/CASE
1
10
C-00008191
714050007910R
ASSY, BACK COVER, LP1909
1
11
N/A
503040000310R
RUBBER, COVER,(B),LE1534
4
12
HW-00008055
501020210460R
COVER, HINGE-L,LP1911
1
13
HW-00008056
501020210560R
COVER, HINGE-R,LP1911
1
14
B-00008170
790741500000R
PCBA,KEYPAD BOARD, LP1909
1
15
CB-00008072
430300800800R
HRN ASS'Y 8P 200mm UL1571#28 ROHS
1
16
N/A
502080000110R
SUPPORT,HINGE,LP1909
1
17
C-00006106
714010008500R
ASSY,STAND VX1945 LP1911
1
A
HW-00005269
509146305300R
SCREW,PW,CROSS,W/WAS,M3*5,NI
4
B
HW-00005270
509000000700R
BOLT,#4-40*11.8,NI
4
C
N/A
509146306102R
SCREW,P,CROSS,W/W-SPR,,M3*6,Zn,ROHS
1
D
N/A
509146304200R
SCREW,P,CROSS,W/WAS,M3*4,Zn-Cc,ROHS
4
E
N/A
509116608510R
SCREW,P,CROSS,M4*8,BLACK,NL(NYLOK)
4
F
N/A
509112308100R
SCREW,P,CROSS,T3*8, Zn
2
G
N/A
509112340100R
SCREW,P,CROSS,T,T3*10,Zn,ROHS
1
H
N/A
509116606510R
SCREW,P,CROSS,M4*6,BLACK,NL ROHS
2
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PACKING PART LIST (VX1945wm-3)
ViewSonic Model Number: VS11444
Rev: 1a
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
ViewSonic P/N
N/A
N/A
N/A
P-00008186
A-00008068
A-00008071
CB-00008074
CB-00008075
CB-00008002
CB-00008070
CB-00005254
A-00005255
P-00008185
P-00008170
P-00008184
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ref. P/N
506431000300R
506039004600R
506039005000R
506040010130R
704300000200R
704300000300R
453030300310R
453030300320R
453030300120R
453030300180R
453010100100R
453070800170R
506040010120R
506120301700R
506020012510R
506038004700R
506150007700R
506380002100R
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FILM, PE500mm*900M ROHS
CORNER PAPER,2060*50*50*T5mm,LE1712
CORNER PAPER,870*50*50*T5mm, LE1918
CUSHION, EPS-R,VX1945,LP1911
KIT,POWER ADAPTOR FOR BASE LP1911
KIT,IPOD ADAPTOR FOR BASE LP1911
CABLE,AUDIO 1P TO 2P 6FT,RoHS
CABLE,USB 5FT BLACK, RoHS
CABLE,AUDIO 1P 6FT BLACK/GREEN CP03B06P0
CABLE,DVI-D 18+1P MALE 6FT PC99(BLACK)SA
CABLE,D-SUB 15P MALE 6FT BLACK/BLUE,SZ40
PWRCORD 10A/250V BLK 6FT CHINA.RVV 3Gx0.
CUSHION,EPS-L,VX1945,LP1911
EPE+PE BAG,L620*W510T0.6mm,LE1925
CARTON,VIEWSONIC(VX1945),LP1911
CARDBOARD,L1110*W1080*H120,LP1911
PALLET,L1110*W1080*H120,LP1911
TAPE,WRAPPING TYPE(VIEWSONIC),50mm*75M, LE1708
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0.0018
4/32
4/32
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2/32
1/32
0.03
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9. Block Diagram
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10. Schematic Diagrams
Layout guide :
1. Tie the I.C. pin 1,2,3,18,19,20 to ground with a
large copper pour (open mask layer)
2
VAROUT_L
4
GND
GND
10u/25V
5K1
R701
+
+
+
13
VS
VAROUT_R
C707
470u/16V
+
1K
VOLUME
7
R
4
3
2
1
C713
4700p/50V
2.2K
R712
C712
4700p/50V
C711
R711
Q701
PMBT3904
1
STBY
SVR
L
CN701
4P 2.0mm
2
MUTE
R707
3
2
R708
27K
2.2K
Q703
PMBT3904
1
3
5K6
R706
47K
9
MUTE
14
R710
10
R704
10K
S_GND
OUTR
1K
8
INR
12
R709
1
OUTL
0.1/50V
10K
INL
C705
470u/16V
C709
C706
0.47/16V
600Ω
+14V
2
5
U701
TDA7496SA
220u/16V
R703
6
C704
0.47/16V
10K
C702
470u/25V
C701
Line_R
+14V
R705
27K
R702
+
C703
0.1/50V
3
FB701
Line_L
2,3
11
15
2
3
4
5
1
+14V
NC
P701
AUDIO IN
+14V
R713
5K6
R714
100
3
+14V
VOL_C
1
Q702
PMBT3904
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Audio
Rev:
2
1
ADJ
VOUT
+
+
C104
0.1/50V
C102
C103
0.1/50V
C101
VCC3.3
U102
FS8860-18PJ
VIN
VOUT
VCC1.8
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VCC5V
VCC5V
R108
4K7
ON/OFF
SBRI
ON/OFF
R110
4K7
VOL_C
MUTE_C
CCFL_ENABLE
1
Q106
PMBT3904
22u/25V
+
C106
0.1/50V
C105
1
VCC5V
CN101
4500-06
VCC1.8
ADJ
3
VCC3.3
VLCD
VLCD 4
R107
390
R163
1
3 Q105
PMBT3906
1K
2
R191
4K7
R106
10K
+
LED_G_C
VCC3.3
C109
0.1/50V
2
C111
10u/25V
C108
2
Q103
PMBT3904
1
LED_G//LED_O
+
3
20K
220u/16V
2
3 R197
1
R102
Q110
2N7002
1
PANEL_ENABLE
R105
4K7
Q101
AP2305GN
100K
0.1/50V
R190
3
51
C107
2
4
From Power &
Inverter
VIN
3
3
VCC3.3
VCC3.3
2
U101
FS8860-33PJ
100u/16V
D101
SKS20-04AT
100u/16V
VCC5V
LED_A//LED_B
R101
390
R162
1
3 Q102
PMBT3906
1K
LED_A_C
CN105
LED_A//LED_B
LED_G//LED_O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2x4P 2.0mm
From keypad
POWER
MENU_UP//Key_▲
DOWN_EXIT//Key_▼&2
KEY_1
C161
C162
1000p/50V 1000p/50V
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DC to DC
Rev:
CN901
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R901
2K2
8P 1.5mm 90°
3
1
From IF BD
LED901
4
3
TACT-4.3
1
1
2
SW903
4
3
1
2
TACT-4.3
4
3
TACT-4.3
2
POWER
SW904
1
2
4
3
SW905
1
2
4
3
TACT-4.3
TACT-4.3
▼
2
1
2
SW902
▼
SW901
LED Y/B
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Keypad
Rev:
DVI-D_CON
1K
R125
FB101
DDCA_SCL_I 3
R127
100
R129
100
R130
100
R131
100
DDCA_SDA_I 3
R132
100
DDCA_SDA
NC
NC
33p/50V
220p/50V
C123
C124
C125
C126
DDCA_SCL
NC
NC
C121
100
C122
75 1%
R135
2K2
2K2
NC
C120
R136
R137
75 1%
R134
ZD108
5V6
NC
ZD107
5V6
C119
ZD106
5V6
75 1%
ZD105
5V6
R133
ZD101
5V6
120Ω
DET_VGA 3
VSYNC
3
HSYNC
3
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DAT1DAT1+
RX0RX0+
GND
RX5RX5+
GND
RXC+
RXC-
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
DAT0DAT0+
SCL_DVI_I
SDA_DVI_I
SCL_DVI
SDA_DVI
3
3
VCC3.3
R123
4K7
DVI5V
R126
R128
DET_DVI 3
100
4K7
3
R124
4K7
RX1RX1+
GND
RX3RX3+
5V
GND
HP
100
100
100
100
R192
R193
R152
R153
Q104
1R103
4K7/NC
HP_CTRL
PMBT3904/NC
DCLK+
DCLK-
2
R122
VCC3.3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C127 0.1/50V
DETECT
DAT2DAT2+
RX2RX2+
GND
RX4RX4+
SCL
SDA
VS
5V6
60Ω
RIN
3
GNDR
3
GIN
3
GNDG
3
BIN
3
GNDB
3
SOG
3
PC5V_VGA 3
ZD104
FB113
0.047/25V
0.047/25V
0.047/25V
0.047/25V
0.047/25V
0.047/25V
0.047/25V/NC
5V6
16
15
60Ω
100 C112
100 C113
100 C114
100 C115
100 C116
100 C117
470/NCC118
ZD103
14
FB112
R113
R114
R116
R117
R119
R120
R121
5V6
13
60Ω
ZD102
12
FB111
17
11
CN103
DZ11AA1-H5W6-4F
R
1
6
G
2
7
B
3
8
4
9
5
10
VCC3.3
VCC3.3
3
R
B+
BG+
GR+
RCLK+
CLK-
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
TVS102
BAV99
2
TVS103
BAV99
2
TVS104
BAV99
2
1
1
1
G
B
DETECT
1
2
2
3
TVS112
BAV99
3
1
3
TVS111
BAV99
1
2
3
TVS110
BAV99
1
3
TVS109
BAV99
1
1
3
TVS108
BAV99
2
2
2
3
TVS107
BAV99
1
3
TVS106
BAV99
1
1
TVS105
BAV99
2
2
VCC3.3
TVS101
BAV99
3
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
R138
R139
R140
R141
R142
R143
R144
R145
3
DAT0+
DAT0DAT1+
DAT1DAT2+
DAT2DCLK+
DCLK-
D103
4K7
4K7
VCC3.3
D102 BAV70
0.1/50V
2
3
8
7
6
5
R151
100
SCL_DVI
SDA_DVI
WP
3
A0
A1
A2
GND
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
8
7
6
5
R149
R150
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
1
2
3
4
1
PC5V_VGA
2
VCC3.3
BAV70
U103
R146
R147
R148
C128
0.1/50V
U104
1 A0
2 A1
3 A2
4 GND
DVI5V
C129
4K7
4K7
4K7
3
1
DDCA_SCL
DDCA_SDA
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Input
Rev:
R173
R174
R172
10K
0.1/50V
C151 0.1/50V
C143 0.1/50V
22u/25V
C142
0.1/50V
0.1/50V
C136
C137
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
C139
22u/25V
0.1/50V
+
C132
VDVI
0.1/50V
FB106
60Ω
VDDP
C131
VCC3.3
0.1/50V
C140
1u/16V
CN104
FFC-CON
C150
0
+
0.1/50V
R171
0
+
C149
26
REFP
REFM
25
NC
NC
NC
X101
14.31818MHz
R170
VLCD
C138
61
60
59
58
55
54
0.1/50V
LVA2M
LVA2P
LVACKM
LVACKP
LVA3M
LVA3P
FB103
60Ω
VPLL
VDDC
C135
LVA1M
LVA1P
63
62
FB105
60Ω
MUTE_C
VOL_C
SBRI
CCFL_ENABLE
PANEL_ENABLE
HDCP_WP
VCC1.8
VMPLL
0.1/50V
70
69
68
67
65
64
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1K
1K
1K
4.7K
100
100
VCC3.3
C148
LVBCKM
LVBCKP
LVB3M
LVB3P
LVA0M
LVA0P
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R181
LED_G_C
LED_A_C
0.1/50V
78
77
74
73
72
71
I2C_MCL
I2C_MDA
C134
LVB0M
LVB0P
LVB1M
LVB1P
LVB2M
LVB2P
HP_CTRL
Key_1
POWER
MENU_UP//key_▲
DOWN_EXIT//Key_▼&2
0.1/50V
94
93
86
85
48
47
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
R157
R158
R159
R160
R161
+
C147
GPIO_P13
PWM0/GPIO_P26
PWM1/GPIO_P25
GPIO_P12
GPIO_P27/PWM1
PWM2/GPIO_P24
1
2
3
4
22u/25V
42
41
44
43
36
45
46
XOUT
RST
4K7 52
4K7 53
84
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
10u/25V
2
5
11
29
33
50
57
76
79
83
C144
+
VCC5V
MODE[0]
MODE[1]
VCC5V
97
VCTRL
C154 22p/50V
81
XIN
REXT
C153 22p/50V 96
15
BYPASS
SDO
SCZ
SCK
SDI
80
37
38
39
40
0.1/50V
SST25VF010A
R169
390 1%
2
1
6
5
FB104
60Ω
R180
GPIO_P22
GPIO_P23
GPIO_P10/I2C_MCL
GPIO_P11/I2C_MDA
TSUM56AL-1
C152
0.1/50V
C141
AVDD
SO
CS#
SCK
SI
4K7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
92
91
90
89
88
87
U106
VCC
HOLD#
WP#
GND
AVDD
82
66
51
34
GPIO_P07
GPIO_P06
GPIO_P02/SAR3
GPIO_P01/SAR2
GPIO_P00/SAR1
RSTN
VCC3.3
8
7
3
4
VCC3.3
C133
RX2P
RX2N
RX1P
RX1N
RX0P
RX0N
RXCKP
RXCKN
GPIO_P14
GPIO_P16/PWM2
DDCD_SDA
DDCD_SCL
VDDC
VDDC
VDDC
VDDC
32
49
56
75
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
24
98
16
AVDD_ADC
3
4
6
7
9
10
12
13
95
99
100
1
AVDD_PLL
R+
RG+
GB+
BCLK+
CLK2 WP
2 DET_DVI
SDA_DVI_I
SCL_DVI_I
BIN0N
BIN0P
GIN0N
GIN0P
SOGIN0
RIN0N
RIN0P
HSYNC0
VSYNC0
DDCA_SDA/RS232_TX
DDCA_SCL/rs232_RX
GPIO_P15/PWM0
VDDC
VCC3.3
22u/25V
2
2
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
27
28
30
31
35
VDDP
4K7x4
RP103
C145
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
GNDB
BIN
GNDG
GIN
SOG
GNDR
RIN
HSYNC
VSYNC
DDCA_SDA_I
DDCA_SCL_I
2 DET_VGA
AVDD_MPLL
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
AVDD_DVI
AVDD_DVI
8
14
VDVI VMPLLVPLL AVDD
4K7x4
RP102
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
RP101
4K7x4
3
4
C158 1000P/50V
C159 1000P/50V
C160 1000P/50V
U108
I2C_MCL
I2C_MDA
R178 100
R179
8
7
6
5
100
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
A0
A1
A2
GND
0.1/50V
2
C156
1
C157 1000P/50V
VCC3.3
1
2
3
4
U109
HDCP_WP
AT24C04N
8
7
6
5
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
A0
A1
A2
GND
AT24C04N/NC
1
2
3
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3 +14V
R502
680
C502
2.2u/25V
C501
470u/25V
3
R503
1K5
1
R504
33
U501
2
Q501
PMBT3904
ZD501
5V6
0.1/50V
C503
R517 10/NC
5V
R505
33
C504
1000p/50V
R506
3M 3KV
C505
T501
1000p/50V SPW-068
1
8
6
2
7
4
3
6
4
5
C508
op1
1
C506
10p/3KV
3
220pF/50V/NC
1
TIMER
GNDA
14
4
DIM
CT
13
5
ISSEN SSTCMP
12
6
VSEN
LCT
11
7
OVPT
ENA
10
8
NC
NC
9
IC501
OZ9938G
U502
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
C520
R501
100K 1%
R518
470K 1%
0.1/50V
C526
7
4
C523
10p/3KV
8
220pF/50VNC
3
1
3
2
1
BAV99
C514
2700p/50V
R521
470
3
D504
BAV99
C519
0.1/50V
L
CN502
2P
op2
2
R523
C530
590
op3
R525
3M 3KV
D508 BAV99
2
3
1
R531
3K3 1%
D511 SN4148
op1
D512 SN4148
op2
D513 SN4148
op3
C528
3p/3KV
C525
2200p/50V
3
D509 BAV99
2
1
C527
2700p/50V
1
H
2
L
1
H
2
L
R527
CN503
2P
470
R529
470
3
D507
BAV99
C524
0.068/50V
C518
0.1/50V
2
1
T502
SPW-068
R520
100K 1%
R526
D505
1M
SN4148
C522
1000p/50V
6
AP9971GM
5V
D503
R530
33
C529
1000p/50V
68p/50V
3
C521
15
330p/50V
DRV2
C512
VDDA
0.022/25V
2
H
2
0.1/50V
R532
33
D501
SN4148
3 ON/OFF
C509
3p/3KV
AP9971GM
R535 0
C511
C515
2.2u/25V
R515
NC
16
604K 1%
C510
1000p/50V
PGND
R516
R514
47K 1%
R513
10K 1%
DRV1
1000p/50V
3 BRIGHTNESS
R512
110K 1%
1
1
CN501
2P
470
8
C513
2200p/50V
C516
R509
NC
R511
200K 1%/ NC
L
3K3 1%
R534 0
C507
2.2u/25V
2
D502
BAV99
R510
3 VCC5V
R508
R507
3M3 1% 51K 1%
H
R524
3
7
1
1
CN504
2P
2
R528
390 1%
R533
15K 1%
R519
1M
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Interter
Rev:
10R
R827
C805
2200p/400V
DC 380V Max.
1000p/500V
C813
T801
SPW-055
5uH
L802
1
11
1
10
3
2
R812
10K
2
1
ZD801
5V6 NC
DRV
Vcc
NC
HV
GND
CS
FB
BO
R823
51K 1%
4
1
3
2
C812
220p/50V
R814
1K
PMBT3904 NC
Q802
1
R820
1K
C821
0.1/100V
D806
1N4148
C
R825
1K NC
R826
200R NC
R
A
R818
200
C824
0.1/50V NC
3
1K
R821
14V
ZD804
IC801
LTV817M
NCP1337
C810
0.1/50V
R830
10K
4
3
2
1
R815
12K 1%
R822
5K1 1%
R819
1K
1
R832
1K2
0.1/50V
C811
100p/1KV
C809
RMS
5
6
7
8
PMBT3906
C823
2200p/400V
3
R805
0R18 2W
IC802
AC 264V
F801
2A/250V
+
IC803
TLV431ALP
R824
3K3 1%
C827
47u/25V
CN801
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
N
P801
AC_SKT
60mm 8P
TO SCALER BD CN101
VCC5V
ON/OFF
2
BRIGHTNESS
2
Volume
4
Audio_MUTE
4
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0.1/50V
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ZD802
16V NC
R829
10K
+
6
3
R811
510K
C801
C802
2200p/250V 2200p/250V
L
+
7
2
C803
0.47/275V
2
VCC5V
0.1/50V
C822
1000u/10V
D805
C818
SRF5-04CT
R817
200R
5
Q803
2
1K
R813
NTC 5R
RT801
RMS
C807
47u/25V
5uH
L803
1
2
D804
+ A02-LF
47p/1KV
C808
12p/1KV
C826
R810
510K
R807
1.2K
1
Q801
2PC1815GR
3
330K
R831
AP2761I
Q804
1
R816
100R 1W
+
ZD803
9V1
3
4
R802
330K
AC 264V
8
3
DC
700V
Max.
AC 264V
2
330K
R801
9
DC 700V Max.
10R
R806
470u/25V
C817
3
MUR1100ERL
D802
R809
510K
+ C815
1000u/25V
C820
47u/25V
R833
10K
+14V
D803
UFF80-015CT
10R
1000p/500V
R828
C814
2
1
3
C806
4700p/400V
2
4
AC 264V
L801
20mH
4
R808
510K
+
RMS
3
RMS
2
R803
10K
100u/450V
C804
+ 1
D801
BL4-06
R804
68K 2W
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