Raymarine ST70 Instrument Service manual

Raymarine ST70 Instrument Service manual
ST70 Service Manual
Document number:83189-1
Date: August 2007
© Raymarine plc 2007 copyright
ST70 and SeaTalkng are Trademarks of Raymarine plc
CompactFlash is a trademark of the SanDisk Corporation
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................ iii
Safety notices .................................................................................................................................... iii
About this manual .............................................................................................................................. iii
Product disposal ................................................................................................................................ iii
Waste Electrical and Electronic (WEEE) Directive ......................................................... iii
Chapter 1:Diagnostics & Software Upgrades.......................................................................... 1
1.1 Diagnostics ................................................................................................................................. 1
First considerations.................................................................................................................. 1
Diagnostic tools ....................................................................................................................... 1
About Display ..................................................................................................................... 1
Self test .............................................................................................................................. 2
Diagnostic charts ................................................................................................................ 3
1.2 Upgrading ST70 software ........................................................................................................... 5
System requirement................................................................................................................. 5
Getting started ......................................................................................................................... 5
Downloading software upgrades.............................................................................................. 6
Unpacking the upgrade files..................................................................................................... 6
Transferring the upgrade files .................................................................................................. 6
Installing the upgrade............................................................................................................... 6
Upgrading tips .................................................................................................................... 8
Chapter 2:Servicing ................................................................................................................. 9
2.1 Construction ............................................................................................................................... 9
Parts list ................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 Disassembly ............................................................................................................................. 10
2.3 Reassembly .............................................................................................................................. 10
2.4 PCB ...........................................................................................................................................11
Components .......................................................................................................................... 17
Parts list ................................................................................................................................. 19
Index....................................................................................................................................... 31
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Introduction
Safety notices
WARNING: Electrical safety
Make sure you have switched off the power supply before you service this product.
About this manual
This manual is intended to assist authorized Raymarine Service Engineers when servicing Raymarine
ST70 Instruments and Pilot Controllers. As much of this information is commercially sensitive, it should not
be disclosed to anyone other than Raymarine employees and authorized Raymarine service agents.
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this manual was correct when it was published. However,
as details of product build, components etc can change at short notice, in pursuance of our policy of continuous product improvement, this manual may not always reflect the build state of the product being serviced, and so is provided on an ‘information only’ basis. If there is any doubt about the applicability of the
information in this manual to the product being serviced, refer to the Raymarine Technical Support Department for clarification.
Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions in this manual.
Product disposal
Waste Electrical and Electronic (WEEE) Directive
The European WEEE Directive requires that waste electrical and electronic equipment is recycled.
Products carrying the crossed out wheeled bin symbol (illustrated above) must not be disposed of
in general waste or landfill, but in accordance with local regulations for such products.
Although the WEEE Directive does not apply to all Raymarine products, we support its policy and ask you
to be aware of the correct method for disposing of such products.
Please contact your local dealer, national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on
product disposal.
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Chapter 1:Diagnostics & Software Upgrades
Use this chapter to investigate faults and to upgrade software on ST70 instruments and pilot controllers.
1.1 Diagnostics
In the unlikely event that a problem occurs with an ST70 product, use this section to resolve the situation.
First considerations
If an ST70 product is not performing as it should:
• Ensure it is being operated in accordance with the relevant Operating Guide:
• Ensure that any data that seems to be missing is actually available to the product. For example, if wind
data is not available, there will be no wind-related data either.
• If specific data types are missing or incorrect:
• Check the relevant Transducer and Pod, including the connections between them and to the system.
• If speed readings are missing or obviously wrong, the speed transducer paddle wheel could be fouled
and need cleaning
• Take into account any changes that may have been made to any associated electrical system. Such
changes could affect the performance of an ST70 product.
• Be aware that radio signals transmitted in the proximity of an ST70 product could affect the performance
of the product.
If you are satisfied that the problem is not due to any of the above, use the diagnostic tools below to isolate the
cause of the problem.
Diagnostic tools
The following tools are available to aid diagnosis:
• About Display function.
• Self test function
• Diagnostic charts
About Display
The About Display function provides information about the instrument on which it is run. Before seeking
technical assistance, please use the About Display function whenever possible to find out the relevant:
• Software Version Number
• Hardware Version Number
• Bootloader Version Number
• Temperature
• Voltage
• Peak voltage
• Current
• Peak current
• Total hours run
To run the About Display function:
1. With the instrument switched on, press MENU to display the Main Menu,
then use < or > to select the Diagnostics option.
2. Press ENTER to display the Diagnostics menu.
Main Menu
Press ENTER to select.
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3. With the Diagnostics menu displayed, use < or > to select the About
About Display
display option, then press ENTER. Note that the:.
V0.20
Software Ver.
V2.00
Hardware Ver.
• Temperature should be in the range -30°C to +70°C
V0.10
Bootcode Ver.
Temperature 35.20 C
• Volts should be in the range 9 V to 16 V
12.16 V
Volts
12.26 V
Peak Volts
• Peak Volts should be in the range 9 V to 16 V
Current
180 mA
Peak Current 195 mA
• Current and Peak Current should be not greater than 220 mA
125.75
Run Time
4. Make a note of any data you need then press ENTER:
Press ENTER to select
• If you have seen all the available data the display shows the Diagnostics
menu.
• If there is more data to be displayed, the next page of About Display data is displayed. Repeat step 4
until the display shows the Diagnostics menu.
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Self test
The self test function checks basic display, button and buzzer functions. Note that messages displayed during
self test are in Hungarian, to enable production staff to use the test.
You are now about to start the self test. The initial stages of the self test occur
automatically, so ensure you are ready to observe them.
Main Menu
Diagnostics
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To run a self test, ensure the product is switched on, then:
1. With the instrument switched on, press MENU to display the Main Menu,
then use < or > to select the Diagnostics option.
2. Press ENTER to display the Diagnostics menu.
3. Use < or > to select the Self Test option.
Press ENTER to select.
When you are ready:
1. Press ENTER to initiate the self test. Check that the following tests run successfully:
i. NVM test. Screen message is Memoria Teszt NVM Teszt. Shows either PASS or FAIL.
ii. Flash test. Screen message is Memoria Teszt FLASH Teszt. Shows either PASS or FAIL.
iii. RAM test. Screen message is Memoria Teszt RAM Teszt. Shows either PASS or FAIL.
2. After the above tests, a button test screen is displayed as follows. Press each front panel button in turn and
check that a tick is displayed for each button pressed.If this occurs, the display shows a pass.
CANCEL
ENTER
MENU
Note: If the buttons are not pressed, this screen times out and shows FAIL, after approximately 15 seconds.
3. Press MENU. Ensure that the next screen is all RED. If there are any black dots, pixels are missing and the
LCD screen should be replaced.
4. Press ENTER. Ensure that the screen changes to all BLUE. If there are any black dots, the are missing and
the LCD screen should be replaced.
5. Press ENTER. Ensure that the screen changes to all GREEN. If there are any black dots, pixels are missing and the LCD screen should be replaced.
6. Press ENTER. Ensure that the screen comprises vertical black and white lines. If there are any black dots
or missing lines, the LCD screen should be replaced.
7. Press ENTER. Ensure that the screen comprises horizontal black and white lines. If there are any black
dots or missing lines, the LCD screen should be replaced.
8. Press ENTER. The screen shows the color palette.
9. Press ENTER. Ensure that the screen comprises a black screen with a white border. Check that the display is symmetrical and is square within the display aperture.
10.Press ENTER. Ensure the buzzer sounds.
11.Press ENTER. Check that the screen brightness increases in steps, from black to full brightness.
12.Press ENTER to complete the self test and return to the Diagnostics menu.
13.Press CANCEL to return to the Main Menu.
14.Press CANCEL to return to the operational page.
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Diagnostic charts
If it appears that an ST70 product is not operating satisfactorily, use the following charts to determine how to
resolve the problem:
• If there is nothing on the screen - refer to Chart 1.
• If data is missing from the screen - refer to Chart 2.
ST70 troubleshooting
Nothing on
screen
Chart 1
Are the instrument
buttons back-lit?
NO
YES
Is power on at any other
product in the system?*
* The system to which the instrument is connected
(either SeaTalk, SeaTalk 2 or SeaTalk ng )
NO
YES
Switch on power to the
system
At faulty instrument, carry
out switch-on procedure
Is problem still
present?
Are the instrument
buttons back-lit?
NO
YES
NO
YES
Is the display lit?
NO
Check display brightness
setting and adjust as
necessary (see Operating
Guide)
YES
Ensure all system
connections are made
satisfactorily
Return to
normal
operation
Is problem still
present?
NO
YES
Swap connecting cable to other
connector on rear of product
Is the display lit?
Return to
normal
operation
Is problem still
present?
NO
YES
NO
Return to
normal
operation
Replace
connecting
cable
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Chart 2
Data missing
Is the display lit?
Refer to Chart 1
NO
YES
Are some data types
present?
NO
YES
Is the Raymarine startup
screen permanently
displayed?
NO
Are the same data
types missing from
more than one product
in the system?
YES
Main application is
corrupt. Either Flash
Memory or RAM not
unserviceable.
Fault find on
product
NO
YES
Ensure all system
connections are
satisfactory.
Ensure connections to
relevant transducer(s)
and pod(s)are
satisfactory.
Is data present?
Is all data available?
NO
NO
YES
Return to
normal
operation
Fault find on
product
Return to
normal
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1.2 Upgrading ST70 software
You can download ST70 software upgrades from the Raymarine web site at raymarine.com. This section
describes how to download the software upgrade files, unzip them, transfer them to a CompactFlash memory
card, then install the software in ST70. To do this, you need:
• A Raymarine SeaTalk system which includes a Raymarine E-Series Display.
• A personal computer (PC).
• A blank CompactFlash card
• A USB CompactFlash reader.
Carry out the procedures in sequence for:
• Getting started.
• Downloading software upgrades.
• Unpacking the upgrade files.
• Transferring the upgrade files.
• Installing the upgrade.
System requirement
When carrying out a software upgrade, you can use either
•
•
An existing operational SeaTalk system to which the Raymarine E-Series Display and ST70 are both connected.
or
A discrete SeaTalk2 or SeaTalkng terminated backbone from which the Raymarine E-Series Display and
ST70 are spurred off, as in the following illustration.
Terminator
Terminator
Backbone
12 V dc
ST70 rear
E-Series Display rear
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Getting started
Prepare the CompactFlash for use as follows:
1. Plug the CompactFlash memory card into the CF card slot on the CompactFlash card reader. The card and
reader are keyed so the CF card will only fit in the slot one way. Ensure it is correctly oriented.
2. Connect the CompactFlash card reader to a spare USB connector on your PC.
3. Your PC will recognize the card reader as a Removable Disk, and assign it a drive letter. Your computer
may also display a window identifying the newly recognized removable disk. If such a window is displayed,
the window's title bar will specify the removable disk drive letter, e.g. Removable Disk (E:).
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Downloading software upgrades
Find and download the relevant software upgrade files as follows:
1. Go to Raymarine's web site at www.raymarine.com and click on the Login or create an account link, to
display the log in and create an account page.
2. Using your login ID and password, log into your account.
Note: If you do not have a login ID, click on the CREATE AN ACCOUNT button, then follow the on-screen instructions.
3. When you have logged in, click on the Customer Support button at the top of the page.
4. Click on the link for Software and Firmware Upgrades, to go to the Raymarine.com technical support
Knowledge Base.
5. Use the Knowledge Base to determine which upgrade you need.
6. Click on the relevant upgrade then follow the on-screen instructions to download the software upgrade file
to your hard disk. Note the file name of the upgrade and the location to which you are saving it.
7. Log out of your Raymarine account.
Unpacking the upgrade files
To unpack your software upgrade:
1. Locate the downloaded file on the PC.
2. Double-click the downloaded file, to open the WinZip selfextract application for that file.
Note: Do not change the default Unzip to folder field in this dialog.
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3. Click on the Unzip button to unpack the upgrade files to your
PC's hard drive.
By default the upgrade files unpack to: C:\Raymarine\[Product Family]\[Software Version].
Transfer the upgrade files to the CompactFlash card as follows:
1. Ensure the CompactFlash card reader is connected to your PC as described under Getting started above.
2. At your PC, open the directory described at step 3 under Unpacking the upgrade files above. This contains
two files:
• An autorun file, autorun.dob
• The upgrade file which has the product name and software version as part of the filename, and a ‘pkg’
extension.
3. Highlight both files then copy them (Ctrl/C in Windows).
4. Open the drive that was assigned to your CompactFlash reader in step 3 of Getting started above.
5. Paste both files (Ctrl/V in Windows) into the CompactFlash reader root directory.
6. Remove the CompactFlash memory card from your CompactFlash reader. The card is now ready for
upgrading your ST70.
Installing the upgrade
WARNING:Disruption to system operation
Do NOT attempt to install software in a system that is being used for navigation. The
software installation process could result in unreliable data for the period of the
upgrade process.
To install your ST70 upgrade:
1. Choose a Raymarine E-Series Display connected to the same system as the ST70 product you want to
upgrade, to use for the upgrade procedure. This E-Series Display will be referred to as ‘the display’
throughout the rest of this procedure.
2. Switch off the power to the display. and, if a CompactFlash card is fitted, remove it.
3. Insert the CompactFlash card containing the software upgrade into the display card reader.
4. Switch on power to the display.
5. When the display is powered up, Software Upgrade Utility screen similar to the one below, is displayed.
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Raymarine Software Upgrade Utility
Upgrade Packages Available
ST70
Upgrade Package Details
Title:
ST70
Version:
v0.31
Build Time:
Thu 14 Jun 2007 09:00:15 GMT
Build Label:
Development Build
Build Machine:
RM0152
File Name:
ST70_APP_003.PKG
File Size:
765356 bytes
Products:
D625
Transport:
SeaTalk 2 (DOB11)
v0.31
Product Name:
Product Family:
Product ID:
Serial Number:
Bootcode Version:
World Map Version:
Application Version:
App Build Time:
App Build Label:
E80
E Series
D598
Invalid Serial No. (00000012)
v1.03
v1.00
v3.20
Tue 4 Apr 2006 17:35:26 GMT
Development Build
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6. In the Upgrade Packages Available column the software you transferred to the CompactFlash card should
be highlighted. If it is not, use the directional track pad to highlight it.
7. Click on the Upgrade Remote Unit soft key.
8. Click on the Upgrade Remote Unit on ST2 soft key, to display the ST2 Upgrade dialog box.
.
ST70
v0.31
ST2 Upgrade
SeaTalk 2 Units
v0.31 Raymarine ST70 Instrument
v0.31 Raymarine ST70 Instrument
v0.31 Raymarine ST70 Instrument
v0.31 Raymarine ST70 Instrument
Upgrade Package Details
Title:
ST70
Version:
v0.31
Build Time:
Thu 14 Jun 2007 09:00:15 GMT
Build Label:
Development Build
Build Machine:
RM0152
File Name:
ST70_APP_003.PKG
File Size:
765356 bytes
Products:
D625
Transport:
SeaTalk 2 (DOB11)
Uptime
55 seconds
NMEA
Product Code
v0.31
Product Id
E22105
Product Serial Number
0879636
Software Version
v0.29
PCBUnit
Number
1
Local
Details
PCB Serial Number
1928374655
Product Name:
E80
Product Family:
E Series
Product ID:
D598
Serial Number:
Invalid Serial No. (00000012)
Bootcode Version:
v1.03
World Map Version: v1.00
Application Version: v3.20
App Build Time:
Tue 4 Apr 2006 17:35:26 GMT
App Build Label:
Development Build
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9. In the left-hand column, select the product you want to upgrade. The right-hand column shows the details
of the selected product.
10.Click on the Upgrade Unit soft key. The upgrade process starts, with progress indicated by on-screen
progress bars.
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v0.31
Remote Upgrade
Upgrade Package Details
Title:
ST70
Version:
v0.31
Build Time:
Thu 14 Jun 2007 09:00:15 GMT
Build Label:
Development Build
Build Machine:
RM0152
File Name:
ST70_APP_003.PKG
File Size:
765356 bytes
Products:
Serial Number D625
000d6c14
Transport:
SeaTalk 2 (DOB11)
Product Name
ST70
Product Family
Instruments
Product ID
D625
Bootcode Version
v0.18
App Version
v0.29
Transfer
Program
Overall
100%
Local Unit
Details
Product Name:
34%
Product Family:
Product ID:
Serial Number:
67%
Bootcode Version:
World Map Version:
Application Version:
App Build Time:
App Build Label:
E80
E Series
D598
Invalid Serial No. (00000012)
v1.03
v1.00
v3.20
Tue 4 Apr 2006 17:35:26 GMT
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11.When the upgrade is complete remove the CompactFlash card from the card reader and disconnect the
card reader.
12.Press the Reboot soft key. The instrument then restarts automatically using the new software.
Upgrading tips
If you experience any problems completing the installation of your software upgrade, switch off all products
connected to the network, except for the power supply, the instrument you are upgrading and the display.
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2.1 Construction
10*
9*
8
16
15
12
14
17
(supplied as one part)
13
11
7*
6*
*either 6 or 7 fitted
either 9 or 10 fitted
4
3
5 (supplied as one part)
2
1
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Parts list
Description
Part
Number
9
Pilot Controller PCB
R18149
E12196
10
Instrument PCB
R28192
Sun Cover
R28198
11
Rear Case Assembly
R28197
2
Bezel
R28194
12
Sealing Washer
-
5
Seal (comprises case seal (3)
and keypad seal (4).
R28196
13
Case Screw
-
6
Pilot Controller Keypad
R18150
14
Mounting Bracket
R28199
7
Instrument Keypad
R28193
17
Panel Seal (comprises surface
mount (15) and flush mount (16)
panel seals)
R28200
8
LCD
R28195
Description
Part
Number
-
ST70 Instrument
E22105
-
ST70 Pilot Controller
1
Item
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2.2 Disassembly
The sealing washer, keypad seal and case seal must not be re-used, so before disassembling an ST70 Instrument or pilot controller, ensure you have a new sealing washer, keypad seal and case seal to hand.
When disassembling an ST70 instrument or pilot controller, always take note of how the product is assembled, to facilitate reassembly.
Referring to the exploded view on page 9:
1. Remove case screw and sealing washer from rear of unit. Retain the case screw but discard the sealing
washer.
CAUTION: Take care when unclipping bezel
Do not exert excessive pressure to the bezel clips as this could damage them.
2. Carefully unclip each bezel clip in turn working progressively around the perimeter of the product. At the
same time carefully apply pressure to separate the rear case from the bezel.
WARNING:Sharp edges
Do not touch the spring connectors on the front of the PCB, as these have sharp
edges and could cause injury.
3. Raise the locking bar on the Flexi connector and carefully extract the flexi tail.
4. Remove the LCD from the rear case assembly.
5. Remove the PCB from the rear case assembly. You will feel some slight resistance until the PCB SeaTalkng
connectors separate from the connectors on the rear case assembly.
2.3 Reassembly
When reassembling an ST70 Instrument or pilot controller always fit a new sealing washer, keypad seal and
case seal.
Reassemble as follows:
1. Place the PCB assembly into the rear case assembly and press it home until the SeaTalkng connectors on
the PCB are fully engaged with the connectors on the rear case assembly.
2. Replace the LCD as follows:
i. Ensure the locking bar on the Flexi connector is raised, then fully insert the flexi.
ii. Lower the locking bar fully to secure the flexi tail.
iii. If the LCD has a protective film, remove it
3. Fit the keypad seal then, ensuring that the top flange of the keypad is located under the bottom of the LCD,
place the keypad in position on the keys.
4. Remove any protective films from the bezel window.
5. Ensure that the case seal is correctly oriented, then place it in position on the bezel.
6. Firmly press the rear case assembly and the bezel together to fully engage all the clips. Pay particular
attention to the clips at the bottom of the product, to ensure they are engaged.
7. Secure the rear case assembly with the case screw and a new sealing washer. Torque the screw to
2 pound inches (0.22 Nm).
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2.4 PCB
Figure 2-2: ST70 circuit diagram, sheet 1
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Figure 2-3: ST70 circuit diagram, sheet 2
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Figure 2-5: ST70 circuit diagram, sheet 4
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Pilot
PCB identfiers
R8 not fitted
Instrument
Figure 2-6: ST70 circuit diagram, sheet 5
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Components
Instrument PCB layout
Surface mount component side
R7 fitted only to instrument PCB
Surface mount solder side
SW6, SW8,SW10 & SW12
fitted only to Instrument PCB
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Pilot PCB layout
Surface mount component side
R8 fitted only to Pilot PCB
Surface mount solder side
SW5, SW7, SW9, SW11
& SW13 fitted only to Pilot PCB
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Parts list
Reference
Part Number
Description
BZ1
9600BUZZER2
BUZZER 3V, 3.2KHz
C1
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C2
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C3
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C4
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C5
93QDEB10N
CAPACITOR 10NF (0402)
C6
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C7
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C8
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C9
93ZEEEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 16V 20%
C10
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C11
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C12
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C13
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C14
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C15
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C16
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C17
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C18
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C19
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C20
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C21
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C22
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C23
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C24
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C25
93CDDB10U
CAPACITOR 10 MFD 10V,10%,1206
C26
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C27
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C28
93ZEEEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 16V 20%
C29
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C30
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C31
93ZEEEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 16V 20%
C32
93ZEFEXX330U
CAPACITOR 330uF 25V 20%
C33
93DDFIXXX10U
CAPACITOR 10uF X5R
C34
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C35
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C36
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C37
93CDDB10U
CAPACITOR 10 MFD 10V,10%,1206
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C38
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C39
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C40
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C41
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C42
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C43
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C44
93JEEEXX47U
CAPACITOR 47uF ELECT.
C45
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C46
93ADFB100N
CAPACITOR 100NF 25V 0603
C47
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C48
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C49
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C50
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C51
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C52
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C53
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C54
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C55
93ACHAXXX22P
CAPACITOR SM,22pF,50V,5%,0603
C56
93ACHAXXX22P
CAPACITOR SM,22pF,50V,5%,0603
C57
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C58
93ZEEEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 16V 20%
C59
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C60
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C61
93IEFEXX10U
CAPACITOR 10uF 25V 20% ELECTROLYTIC
C62
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C63
93261U
CAPACITOR Y5V 1206 1uF 50V
C64
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C65
93261U
CAPACITOR Y5V 1206 1uF 50V
C66
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C67
93ACHAXXX15P
CAPACITOR COG 15PF 50V 5% 0603
C68
93ACHAXXX18P
CAPACITOR, 18pF, 50V, 5%, 0603
C69
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C70
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C71
93KEGEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 35VOLT 20%
C72
93QDEB22N
CAPACITOR 22nF 16V X7R 0402 10%
C73
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C75
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C76
93070U1
CAPACITOR 0.1uF, 1206
C77
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
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C78
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C79
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C80
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C81
93ZEEEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 16V 20%
C82
93QDDI100N
CAPACITOR 100NF (0402)
C83
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C84
93QCHA18P
CAPACITOR 18pF,50V,0402
C85
93QCHA22P
CAPACITOR 22PF (0402)
C86
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C87
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C88
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C89
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C90
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C91
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C92
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C93
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C94
93261U
CAPACITOR Y5V 1206 1uF 50V
C95
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C96
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C97
93QDDI100N
CAPACITOR 100NF (0402)
C98
93DDFIXXX10U
CAPACITOR 10uF X5R
C100
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C101
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C102
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C103
93QDFB10N
CAPACITOR 10nF +/-10% 25V X7R 0402
C104
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C107
93ACHAXX100P
CAPACITOR SM,100pF,50V,5%,0603
C109
93ACHAXX100P
CAPACITOR SM,100pF,50V,5%,0603
C110
93QCHA22P
CAPACITOR 22PF (0402)
C111
93261U
CAPACITOR Y5V 1206 1uF 50V
C112
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C113
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C114
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C119
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C120
93261U
CAPACITOR Y5V 1206 1uF 50V
C121
93DDFIXXX10U
CAPACITOR 10uF X5R
C122
93DDFIXXX10U
CAPACITOR 10uF X5R
C123
93ADHBXX2N2
CAPACITOR 2.2nF 0603
C124
93DDFIXXX10U
CAPACITOR 10uF X5R
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C125
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C126
93DDBIXXX22U
CAPACITOR 22uF 6.3V 1210
C127
93LEHGXXX22N
CAPACITOR FEED/T SM 22nF 50V
C128
93LEHGXXX22N
CAPACITOR FEED/T SM 22nF 50V
C129
93LEHGXXX22N
CAPACITOR FEED/T SM 22nF 50V
C130
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C131
93AFFDXX100N
CAPACITOR 100nF, 0603
C132
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C133
93ADHBXX10N
CAPACITOR 10nF XR7
C134
93LEHGXXX22N
CAPACITOR FEED/T SM 22nF 50V
C135
93BDBI10U
CAPACITOR 10UF 6.3V 10% (0805)
C136
93LEHGXXX22N
CAPACITOR FEED/T SM 22nF 50V
C137
93QDDI100N
CAPACITOR 100NF (0402)
C138
93ZEEEXX100U
CAPACITOR 100uF 16V 20%
D1
9200BAT54
BAT54 SCHOTTKY DIODE
D2
9200BAT54
BAT54 SCHOTTKY DIODE
D3
9206IMN10
TRIPLE DIODE ARRAY - ISOLATED
D4
9200BAV70
DIODE BAV70
D5
9200MBR0530
DIODE SM SCHOTTKY MBR0530
D7
9204D1F10
DIODE RECTIFIER 1A / 100V
D8
9200BAT54
BAT54 SCHOTTKY DIODE
D10
9204D1F10
DIODE RECTIFIER 1A / 100V
D11
9200MBR0530
DIODE SM SCHOTTKY MBR0530
D12
9200BAS19
DIODE SOT23 BAS19
D13
9200BAS19
DIODE SOT23 BAS19
D14
9206IMN10
TRIPLE DIODE ARRAY - ISOLATED
D15
9200BAT54
BAT54 SCHOTTKY DIODE
D16
9206IMN10
TRIPLE DIODE ARRAY - ISOLATED
D17
9206IMN10
TRIPLE DIODE ARRAY - ISOLATED
D18
9200MBR0530
DIODE SM SCHOTTKY MBR0530
D19
9200MBR0530
DIODE SM SCHOTTKY MBR0530
D20
9200MBR0530
DIODE SM SCHOTTKY MBR0530
D21
9203BZX84C3V9
DIODE ZENER 3V9 SOT23
D22
9203BZXC7V
ZENER DIODE - BZX7V5-ZDSOT23
D23
9200BAT54
BAT54 SCHOTTKY DIODE
IC1
940048LC8M16
IC SM DRAM 3.3V 133MHZ 128Mb
IC2
9401AT24C64
IC EEPROM 24C64 SOIC-8
IC3
9401S29AL016D
FLASH PROGRAMMED ST70 INSTRUM
IC4
9400AD7993
10 BIT 4 CHANNEL ADC
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IC5
9400LMV761
IC COMPARATOR 2.7 TO 5V
IC6
9400LM1117
LIN.REGULATOR - LM1117MPX-3.3
IC7
9400LH79520
IC SM ARM 7 SHARP MICRO
IC8
9400MCP2515
CAN CONTROLLER
IC9
9400MAX1534
REGULATOR 5V
IC10
9400ZXCT1009
CURRENT SENSE AMP ZXCT1009-FTA
IC11
9400IMP809
IC SOT23 RESET CONTROLLER
IC12
940065HVD231
HIGH SPEED CAN TRANSCEIVER
IC13
9400LT3460
DC TO DC CONVERTER
IC14
9400LT3460
DC TO DC CONVERTER
IC15
9401MAX6466
IC(SM) RESET CONTROLLER 1.2-6V
L1
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
L2
9600CAD15U
INDUCTOR 15u 1.3A
L3
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
L4
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
L5
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
L6
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
L7
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
L9
9600WURTH2M
IND C M CHOKE WE 744221 SM
L11
9600TOKOCM1
COMMON MODE CHOKE
L12
9600TOKOCM1
COMMON MODE CHOKE
L13
9600CAD39U
INDUCTOR 39u 0.6A
L14
9600MAGF10U
INDUCTOR 10UH
L15
9600L29
INDUCTOR 10uH 1.19A 0.11R
L16
9600MAGF10U
INDUCTOR 10UH
L17
9600MAGF10U
INDUCTOR 10UH
L18
9600L1
CHIP INDUCTOR
LED1
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED2
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED3
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED4
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED5
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED6
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED7
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
LED8
9200NO170UGC
LED GREEN 0805 20MA
PLG1
9600KITAG3
GROUNDING SPRING
PLG2
9600KITAG3
GROUNDING SPRING
PLG3
9600KITAG3
GROUNDING SPRING
PLG4
9600KITAG3
GROUNDING SPRING
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PLG5
9600KITAG3
GROUNDING SPRING
PLG6
9600KITAG3
GROUNDING SPRING
R1
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R2
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R3
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R4
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R5
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R7
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R8
91QAA10K
RES 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R9
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R10
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R13
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R14
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R15
91AAAXX100K
RESISTOR 100K, 1%, 0.063W, 0603
R16
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R17
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R18
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R19
91ACBXXX6R2
RESISTOR MFILM 6R2 5% O6O3
R20
91AAAXXX10R
RESISTOR 10R,1%,0.063W,0603
R21
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R22
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R23
91QAA39K
RESISTOR 39K 1% 0.063W 0402
R24
91QAA180K
RESISTOR 180K 1% 0.063W 0402
R25
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R26
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R27
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R28
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R29
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R30
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R31
91AAAXX100K
RESISTOR 100K, 1%, 0.063W, 0603
R32
91QAA1K
RESISTOR 1K0 1% 0.063W 0402
R33
91AAAXXX82K
RESISTOR 82K, 1%, 0.063W, 0603
R34
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R35
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R36
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R37
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R38
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R39
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R40
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
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R42
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R43
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R44
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R45
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R46
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R47
91QAA68R
RESISTOR 68R 0402 1%
R48
91QAA68R
RESISTOR 68R 0402 1%
R49
91QAA68R
RESISTOR 68R 0402 1%
R50
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R51
91QAA100K
RESISTOR 100K 1% 0.063W 0402
R52
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R53
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R54
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R55
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R56
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R57
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R58
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R59
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R60
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R636
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R64
91QAA47K
RESISTOR 47K 1% 0.063W 0402
R65
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R66
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R67
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R68
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R69
91010R0
ZERO OHM LINK, 0603 PACKAGE
R72
91040R47
RESISTOR 0.47ohm, 1210 SIZE
R73
91040R47
RESISTOR 0.47ohm, 1210 SIZE
R74
91QAA330R
RESISTOR 330R 0402
R75
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R77
91AAAXXXX1M
RESISTOR 1M,1% 0.063W 0603
R78
91QAA1K
RESISTOR 1K0 1% 0.063W 0402
R79
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R80
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R81
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R82
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R83
91QAA22R
RESISTOR 22R 1% 0402
R84
91QAA100K
RESISTOR 100K 1% 0.063W 0402
R86
91AAAXX100R
RESISTOR 100R, 1%, 0.063W, 0603
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R89
91AAAXXX1K0
RESISTOR 1.0K,1% 0.063W 0603
R90
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R91
91AAAXX100R
RESISTOR 100R, 1%, 0.063W, 0603
R92
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R93
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R94
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R95
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R96
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R97
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R98
91QAA4K7
RESISTOR 4K7 0402 1%
R99
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R100
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R101
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R103
91QAA100K
RESISTOR 100K 1% 0.063W 0402
R104
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R105
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R107
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R108
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R109
91QAA100K
RESISTOR 100K 1% 0.063W 0402
R110
91QAA100K
RESISTOR 100K 1% 0.063W 0402
R111
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R112
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R115
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R116
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R117
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R118
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R119
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R120
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R121
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R122
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R123
91QAA100K
RESISTOR 100K 1% 0.063W 0402
R124
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R125
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R126
91QAA390R
RESISTOR MFILM 390R 1% 0.063W 0402
R127
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R128
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R129
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R130
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R131
91QAA169K
RESISTOR 169K 0402 1% 0.063W
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R132
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R133
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R134
91AAAXXX39R
RESISTOR FILM 39R 1% 0.063W 0603
R135
91QCA1R0
RESISTOR 1R 0402 5% 0.063W
R136
91AAAXXX4K7
RESISTOR 4.7K,1% 0.063W 0603
R137
91AAAXX470R
RESISTOR 470R,1% 0.063W 0603
R138
91AAAXXX1K0
RESISTOR 1.0K,1% 0.063W 0603
R139
91AAAXXX2K2
RESISTOR 2.2K,1% 0.063W 0603
R140
91AAAXXX39K
RESISTOR 39K,1% 0.063W 0603
R141
91AAAXXX10K
RESISTOR 10K,1% 0.063W 0603
R142
91AAAXXX4K7
RESISTOR 4.7K,1% 0.063W 0603
R1434
91AAAXXX39K
RESISTOR 39K,1% 0.063W 0603
R144
91AAAXXX15K
RESISTOR 15K 1% 0.063W 0603
R145
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R146
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R147
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R148
91QAA33R
RESISTOR 33R 1% 0.063W 0402
R149
91QAA4K7
RESISTOR 4K7 0402 1%
R150
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R151
91QAA4K7
RESISTOR 4K7 0402 1%
R152
91QAA4K7
RESISTOR 4K7 0402 1%
R153
91QAA22K
RESISTOR 22K, 1%, 0.063W, 0402
R154
91AAAXXX4K7
RESISTOR 4.7K,1% 0.063W 0603
R155
91QAA180K
RESISTOR 180K 1% 0.063W 0402
R156
91QAAXXX15K
RESISTOR 15K, 1%, 0402, 0.063W
R157
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R158
91AAAXX390R
RESISTOR 390R, 1%, 0.063W, 0603
R159
91AAAXXX39K
RESISTOR 39K,1% 0.063W 0603
R160
91AAAXXX4K7
RESISTOR 4.7K,1% 0.063W 0603
R161
91AAAXXX12K
RESISTOR 12K 1% 0.063W 0603
R162
91AAAXXX10R
RESISTOR 10R,1%,0.063W,0603
R163
91AAAXXX2K2
RESISTOR 2.2K,1% 0.063W 0603
R164
91AAAXXX39K
RESISTOR 39K,1% 0.063W 0603
R165
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R166
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R167
91QAA4K7
RESISTOR 4K7 0402 1%
R168
91AAAXXX2K2
RESISTOR 2.2K,1% 0.063W 0603
R169
91AAAXXX10K
RESISTOR 10K,1% 0.063W 0603
R170
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
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Description
R171
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R172
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R173
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R174
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R175
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R176
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R177
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R178
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R179
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R180
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R181
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R182
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R183
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R184
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R186
91QAA0R0
RESISTOR 0R0 1% 0.063W 0402
R189
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R190
91QAA33R
RESISTOR 33R 1% 0.063W 0402
R191
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
R192
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R194
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R198
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R199
91QAA1K
RESISTOR 1K0 1% 0.063W 0402
R202
91QAA10K
RESISTOR 10K 1% 0.063W 0402
R204
91QAA100R
RESISTOR 100R 1% 0.063W 0402
RN1
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN10
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN11
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN12
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN13
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN14
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN15
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN16
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN2
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN3
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN4
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN5
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN6
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN7
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
RN8
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
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Reference
Part Number
Description
RN9
91ZCAXXX22R
RESISTOR NETWORK 4 X 22R
SKT1
9601OMRON50
CON SKT XF2M-5015-1A
SKT2
4001-173-B
SEATALK NG SOCKET CONNECTOR
SKT3
4001-173-B
SEATALK NG SOCKET CONNECTOR
SW1
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILE
SW2
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILE
SW3
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILE
SW4
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILE
SW5
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Pilot PCB
SW6
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Instrument PCB
SW7
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Pilot PCB
SW8
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Instrument PCB
SW9
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Pilot PCB
SW10
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Instrument PCB
SW11
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Pilot PCB
SW12
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Instrument PCB
SW13
9600BOURNS620
SWITCH, SM, TACTILEFitted only to Pilot PCB
THM1
9108104KT603
THERMISTER, 0603
THM2
9108104KT603
THERMISTER, 0603
TR1
9500BC817
BC817
TR11
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR12
9500BC817
BC817
TR13
95002N7002
2N7002 MOSFET
TR14
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR15
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR16
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR17
9500IMZ1
DUAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR18
9500NDS336P
TRANSISTOR
TR19
9500NDS336P
TRANSISTOR
TR2
9500FMMT617
TRANSISTOR 15V 3A
TR20
9500NDS336P
TRANSISTOR
TR21
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR22
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR24
9500NDS336P
TRANSISTOR
TR25
9500BC807
BC807
TR26
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR27
9500BC817
BC817
TR3
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR5
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
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Description
TR6
9500IMT1
DUAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR7
9500IMT1
DUAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR8
9500IMX1
DIGITAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
TR9
9500IMT1
DUAL TRANSISTOR ARRAY
9108VC120630D650
SUPRESSOR, TRANSIENT, 30V
XTL1
9601CR14M7456
CRYSTAL 14.7456MHz
XTL2
9602CR32P768
CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ 7X1.4X1.5MM
XTL3
9601CR19
CRYSTAL 19MHZ
V2
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Index
A
About Display information, 1, 3
Applicability of information, iii
C
Confidentiality, iii
D
Diagnosic tools
About Display, 1
self test, 2
troubleshooting charts, 3
Disassembly, 10
Disposing of the product, iii
E
Exploded view, 9
P
PCB
circuit diagram, 11–18
component layout, 17
parts list, 19
Product disposal, iii
R
Reassembly, 10
S
Safety
electrical, iii
Self test procedure, 2
Software upgrades, 5
T
Troubleshooting
charts, 3
symptoms, 3
data missing from screen, 3
nothing on screen, 3
U
Upgrading software, 5
downloading software, 6
getting started, 5
installing software, 6
transferring software, 6
unpacking files, 6
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ST70 Service Manual
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21 Manchester Street,
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