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SERVICE MANUAL
C20
Date
Revise Version
Description
2010.09.21
V1.0
Initial Issue
Copyright August 2010
All Rights Reserved
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Preface
This manual is applied to C20 projection system. The manual gives you a brief description
of basic technical information to help in service and maintain the product.
Your customers will appreciate the quick response time when you immediately identify
problems that occur with our products. We expect your customers will appreciate the
service that you offer them.
This manual is for technicians and people who have an electronic background. Please
send the product back to the distributor for repairing and do not attempt to do anything that
is complex or not mentioned in the troubleshooting.
Note: The information found in this manual is subject to change without prior notice. Any subsequent changes made to the data herein will be incorporated in future edition.
C20 Service Manual
Copyright July, 2010
All Rights Reserved
Manual Version 1.0
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Table of Content
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Introduction
Highlight
1-1
Compatible Mode
1-2
Multimedia specification
1-5
Product Overview
1-6
Disassembly & Assembly Process
Equipment Needed & Product Overview
2-1
Disassemble Battery Cover Module
2-2
Disassemble Top Cover Module
2-2
Disassemble Key Pad Module
2-3
Disassemble Speaker Holder
Disassemble Engine Module and Main Board Module
2-4
2-4
Disassemble the Focus Ring and Focus Gear and IR Cover 2-6
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
LED Duty Selection
2-7
Assemble the Focus Ring and Focus Gear and IR Cover
2-8
Assemble Engine Module and Main Board Module
2-9
Assemble Speaker Holder
2-10
Assemble KeyPad Module
2-11
Assemble TOP Cover Module
2-12
Assemble Battery Cover Module
Troubleshooting
2-12
Main Procedure
3-1
Function Test & Alignment Procedure
Test Equipment Needed
4-1
Service Mode
4-1
System Reset
4-1
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Test Condition
4-2
Test Inspection Procedure
4-3
PC Mode
4-4
Video Performance
4-6
SD Card Test
4-7
Optical Performance Measure
4-7
Others
4-9
Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade Equipment Needed
Chapter 6
5-1
Firmware Upgrade Procedure
5-2
EDID Upgrade
EDID introduction
6-1
Equipment needed
6-2
Setup procedure
6-3
EDID Key-In Procedure(VGA & HDMI Interface)
6-3
Appendix A Exploded ImageI
Appendix B Serial Number System Definition
I
PCBA Code Definition
II
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Chapter 1
Introduction
1-1 Highlight
No
1
2
3
Item
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Weight
Power Supply
Description
• 118mm x 60.80mm x 18.60mm
• < 135g without battery (Battery is 31g)
• Auto-ranging: AC100V ~ 240V ± 10%, 50-60Hz
DC 5V/2A, 10W
Power consumption
• Multimedia File Playback: <7.9W (Typical) in Bright Mode;
<5.9W in ECO mode
• VGA display mode: <7.4W (Typical) in Bright Mode;
<5.4W in ECO mode
• Standby Mode < = 0.01W @battery, projector turned on by
keypad
5
Terminal
• VGA In *1: One 24-Pin Universal Connector for PC input
and analog Data (Component i/p, HDTV, RGB Sync)
• Audio/Video In*1 : 2.5mm Mini Jack. ( For audio/composite
source)
• USB * 1: One Micro USB support Host mode (For multimedia)
• HDMI *1: Micro HDMI Connector
• DC in*1
6
Resolution
• 854 x 480
7
Number of active dots
• Number of active dots: 854(H) x 480(V)
8
Throw ratio
• 2.2 +/-5% (Distance / Width)
9
Throw Distance
10
Input signal spec
• 24cm to 324cm
- Hsync Frequency 30k~ 50kHz
- Vsync Frequency 50/60Hz
- Video Signal RGB (PC)
• Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm, Separate TTL H,V Sync
• Analog RGB 1Vp-p, 75 ohm, Sync. On Green signal
• Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm, Composite TTL Sync.
- Video
• Composite video 1Vp-p,75 ohm
• Component Video 1Vp-p, 75 ohm
4
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Video Compatibility
- Standards :
• NTSC (3.58/4.43)
• PAL (B/D/G/H/I/M/N)
• SECAM (B/D/G/K/K1/L)
• HDTV (480i,576i 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)
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Item
Description
• 17 ANSI Lumens (Typical)
• 14.5 ANSI Lumens ( Minimum)
• Marketing spec:20 ANSI Lumens
• 1300 :1 Full White with full power / full Black with eco
power(Native)
• 900:1 (Minimum)
• Marketing spec:2000:1
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Brightness
13
Contrast
14
Uniformity
• 70% Japan standard (Minimum; Full power mode)
• 80% Japan standard (Typical; Full power mode)
•���������������������: 85%
15
Projection Image Size
• Adjustable from 5"to 66"
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LED Life
• 10,000 Hours Bright Mode @ 3W, B50/L50*Note Survival
Rate
17
Temperatures
18
Altitude
19
20
21
Audio
Focal Length (f)
DMD
• Operating: 5 ~ 35 °C
• Non-operation: -20°C ~ 60°C
• Battery charge : 5 ~ 35°C
• Operating: 0 ~ 2,500 ft, for 5°C~35°C
2,500 ft ~ 5,000 ft, for 5°C~30°C
5,000 ft ~ 10,000 ft, for 5°C~25°C
• Built-in Speaker 0.5W x 1
• 14.788mm @ 20”
• “TI” DMD , 0.3” WVGA DMD
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System controller
• TI DPP2600/ MST7286 (Scalar, ADC/VDC)
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1-2 Compatible Mode
A. VGA Analog
(1) VGA Analog - PC Signal
Modes
Resolution
V.Frequency[Hz]
H.Frequency[KHz]
VGA
640x480
60
31.5
WVGA
848x480
60
29.8
SVGA
800x600
60
37.9
XGA
1024x768
60
48.4
PowerBook G4
640x480
60
31.4
PowerBook G4
800x600
60
37.9
PowerBook G4
1024x768
60
48.4
(2) VGA Analog - Extended Wide timing
Modes
Resolution
V.Frequency[Hz]
WXGA
H.Frequency[KHz]
1280x768
60
47.8
1280x720
60
44.8
1280x800
60
49.6
V.Frequency[Hz]
H.Frequency[KHz]
(3) VGA Analog -Component Signal
Modes
Resolution
480i
720x480
59.94(29.97)
15.7
576i
720x576
50(25)
15.6
480p
720x480
59.94
31.5
576p
720x576
50
31.3
720p
1280x720
60
45
720p
1280x720
50
37.5
1080i
1920x1080
60(30)
33.8
1080i
1920x1080
50(25)
28.1
B. HDMI Digital
(1) HDMI - PC Signal
Modes
Resolution
V.Frequency[Hz]
H.Frequency[KHz]
VGA
640x480
60
31.5
WVGA
848x480
60
29.8
SVGA
800x600
60
37.9
XGA
1024x768
60
48.4
PowerBook G4
640x480
60
31.4
PowerBook G4
800x600
60
37.9
PowerBook G4
1024x768
60
48.4
V.Frequency[Hz]
H.Frequency[KHz]
60
47.8
(2) HDMI - Extended Wide timing
Modes
Resolution
WXGA
1280x768
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1280x720
60
44.8
1280x800
60
49.6
480i
720x480(1440x480)
59.94(29.97)
15.7
(3) HDMI - Video Signal
576i
720x576(1440x576)
50(25)
15.6
480p
720x480
59.94
31.5
576p
720x576
50
31.3
720p
1280x720
60
45
720p
1280x720
50
37.5
1080i
1920x1080
60(30)
33.8
1080i
1920x1080
50(25)
28.1
Graphic source
Horizontal scan
monitor range limits
rate:
Vertical scan
rate:
Max. pixel rate
29k-50kHz
50-60Hz
100MHz
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1-3 Multimedia specification
Video
File format
Video Format
Max res.
Profile
AVI,MOV,MP4,3GP
H.264
720x480 30fps or 720x576 25fps
Baseline
AVI
MPEG4
720x480 30fps or 720x576 25fps
Simple Profile
AVI
Xvid
720x480 30fps or 720x576 25fps
Baseline
AVI
MJPEG
640x480 30fps
Baseline
Note: Video format does not support content with B-Frame function
Photo
File format
File extension
BMP
*.bmp
JPG, JPEG
*.jpg, *jpeg
Audio
AAC, MP3, PCM, ADPCM, WMA, OGG,
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1-4 Product Overview
Projector Outlook
Item
Description
Item
Description
1
Power Button
11
Audio Out Connector
2
Enter Button
12
AV Input Connector
3
Battery Indicator
13
MicroSD Card Slot
4
Auto Search Source Button
14
Micro USB port
5
Navigation/Volume Button
(up/down/left/right)
15
Through-hole for straps
6
Menu/Esc Button
16
Lens
7
Focus Dial
17
IR Receiver
8
VGA/Component Input Connector
18
DC Input
9
Mini HDMI Connector
19
Screw Hole for Tripod Convertor
10
Speaker
20
Battery Cover
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Connecting the Projector
Item
Description
Item
Description
1
Universal-to-D-Sub Cable
5
Universal to RCA Cable
2
USB Cable
6
HDMI Cable (mini-to-STD)
3
Micro USB to USB A Cable
7
Audio Cable Jack/RCA
4
2.5mm-to-3.5mm A/V Cable
8
Adapter for iPod/iPhone
Note: To ensure the projector works well with your computer,
please make sure the timing of the display mode is compatible
with the projector.
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System Block Diagram
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Chapter 2
Disassembly & Assembly Process
2-1 Equipment Needed & Product Overview
1. Screw Bit (+): No.00
2. Tweezers (Wide flat-head tweezers)
3. C20 units
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2-2 Disassemble Battery
Cover Module
1. Disassembe the Battery Cover Module (as red arrow direct).
2. Remove the Battery.
2
3
2-3 Disassemble TOP Cover
Module
1. Unscrew 6 screws from the Bottom Cover (as red circle).
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2. Unplug the keypad cable which connects
to the main board.(as red circle)
Note: - There are 2 tenons (as blue circle) of the top cover,when disassembling it, you must be careful so as not to damage the top cover.
2-4 Disassemble KeyPad
Module
1. Unplug the keypad cable which connects
to the keypad board and tear off
two thermal pads.(as red square)
2. Unscrew 4 screws.(as red circle)
3. Take out the keypad board.
(4)
(5)
(3)
(2)
(1)
Note: - To distinguish the five thermal
pads,here list the PN of them.
(1) 52.8EN09G001
(2) 52.8EN07G001
(3) 52.8EN06G001
(4) 52.8KE04G001
(5) 52.8KE05G001
- When paste the thermal pads,please
refer to the blue lines.
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2-5 Disassemble Speaker
Holder
1. Unscrew 2 screw (as red circle) to disassemble the Speaker Holder.
2-6 Disassemble Engine
Module and Main Board
Module
1. Unplug the RGB Led cable first and then
unplug the 50 Pin FPC cable.
2. Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle).
3.Disassemble the Main Board Module
from the Bottom Cover Module.
RGB Led cable
50 Pin FPC cable
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Note: - To disassemble the Main Board from
the bottom cover module,you can push
one side of the bottom cover module
out and then lift up the main board(as
red arrow)
- After then,take out the speaker from
the slot.(as yellow square)
- Finally,take out the main board module
and speaker simultaneously.
- If the bottom cover module is broken
during disassembling process, please
change it.
4. Unscrew 3 screws (as blue circle).
5. Disassemble the Engine Module.
Note: - To avoid breaking the Engine Module
,you'd better use a wide flat-head
tweezers to separate the Engine Module
and the Bottom Cover Module.
- After the right side of the Engine
Module separate from the bottom
cover,remove the tweezers towards
to left side gradually.
- Take out the Engine Module.
- Take out the Cone Guide(as red square).
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2-7 Disassemble the ������
Focus
Ring/Focus Gear� ����
and ���
IR
Cover
(1)
(2)
1.Unscrew 3 screws (as red circle).
2. Disassemble the Focus Ring and Focus Gear.
3.Unscrew 2 screws (as yellow circle)
4.Disassemble the IR Cover
5. Disassemble complete.
Note: - To distinguish the two thermal
pads,here list the PN of them.
(1) 52.8EN10G001
(2) 52.8EN12G001
- When paste the thermal pads,please
refer to the red lines.
Note:- Please do follow steps when
assemble the three focus gears.
- Allocate gear A to the bottom,
as red arrow direct.
- Put gear B into the copper bar.
- Put into gear C and make sure only
one tooth lean against gear B.
Note
A
B
C
To the bottom
only one
tooth
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2-8 LED Duty Selection
After changing the main board or engine
module,we should match the "DUTY" value
to the engine value.
1. Get into service mode,choose "DUTY".
2. Check the value of engine module.
3. Press "left" or "right" to choose the
"DUTY" value.
4. Ensure the "DUTY" value is same with
the engine value(as red squares).
5.If there is no value on the engine
module,the "DUTY" value should be 7.
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2-9 Assemble ����
the ������
Focus
Ring/ Focus Gear and IR
Cover
(1)
(2)
1.Screw 2 screws (as yellow circle).
2. Assemble the IR Cover
3.Screw 3 screws (as red circle)
4. Assemble the Focus Ring and Focus
Gear.
Note: - To distinguish the two thermal
pads,here list the PN of them.
(1) 52.8EN10G001
(2) 52.8EN12G001
- When paste the thermal pads,please
refer to the red lines.
Note:- Please do follow steps when
assemble the three focus gears.
- Allocate gear A to the bottom,
as red arrow direct.
- Put gear B into the copper bar.
- Put into gear C and make sure only
one tooth lean against gear B.
Note
A
B
C
To the bottom
only one
tooth
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2-10 Assemble Engine
Module and Main Board
Module
1. Screw 3 screws (as blue circle).
2. Assemble the Engine Module.
3. Assemble the Cone Guide (as red square).
RGB Led cable
4. Assemble the Main Board Module.
5. Plug the 50 Pin FPC cable first and then
plug the RGB Led cable.
50 Pin FPC cable
.
6. Screw 1 screw (as red circle).
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Note: - To assemble the Main Board from
the bottom cover module,you can pull
one side of the bottom cover module
in and then lift down the main board(as
red arrow)
- After then,put the speaker in the
slot.(as yellow square)
- If the bottom cover module is broken
during assembling process, please
change it.
2-11 Assemble Speaker
Holder
1. Screw 2 screw (as red circle) to assemble the Speaker Holder.
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2-12 Assemble KeyPad
Module
1. Screw 4 screws.(as red circle)
2. Plug the keypad cable which connects
to the keypad board and paste
two thermal pads.(as red square)
.
Note: - To distinguish the five thermal
pads,here list the PN of them.
(1) 52.8EN09G001
(2) 52.8EN07G001
(3) 52.8EN06G001
(4) 52.8KE04G001
(5) 52.8KE05G001
- When paste the thermal pads,please
(4)
(5)
(3)
(2)
(1)
refer to the blue lines.
2. Plug the keypad cable which connects
to the main board.(as red circle)
Note: - There are 2 tenons (as blue circle) of the top cover,when assembling it, you must be careful so as not to damage the top cover.
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2-13 Assemble TOP Cover
Module
1. Screw 6 screws on the Bottom Cover (as red circle).
2-14 Assemble Battery Cover
Module
1.Put the Battery in.
2. Assemble the Battery Cover Module (as red arrow direct).
3. Assemble complete.
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Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
Main Procedure
No
Procedure
Symptom
• Ensure the Power Adapter and Outlet or battery are connected
securely
• Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t
1
No Power
broken
• Check keypad board
2
Auto Shut Down
• Check Main Board
• Check the Power Adapter and Outlet or battery
• Check Main Board
• Ensure the Signal Cable and Source work well
• Ensure all connectors are securely connected
3
No Image
• Check Main Board
• Check Engine Module
• Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t
broken
4
No Light On
• Check Engine Module
• Check Main Board
• Check if the Main Board and the Engine Module are assembled properly
5
Line Bar/Line Defect
• Check Main Board
• Check Engine Module
• Do “System reset” in Service mode
• Ensure all the signal cables and source work well
6
Image Flicker
• Check Engine Module
• Check Main Board
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Procedure
Symptom
• Do “System reset” in Service mode
• Do “Duty selection” in Service mode
7
Color Abnormal
• Check the source cable is connected properly
• Check Main Board
• Check Engine Module
• Ensure the projection screen without dirt
8
Poor Uniformity/
Shadow
• Ensure the projection lens is clean
• Ensure the Brightness is within spec
• Check Engine Module
• Ensure the projection screen without dirt
9
Dead Pixel/Dust
(Out of spec.)
• Ensure the projection lens is clean
• Check Engine Module
• Ensure that the signal cables and source work well.
10
Garbage Image
• Check Main Board
• Check �������������
Engine Module
11
12
13
Function Abnormal
Audio Abnormal
FW Upgrade Failed
• Do “System reset” in Service mode
• Check Main Board
• Ensure that the signal cables and source work well
• Check Speaker
• Check Main Board
• Ensure that the signal cables and PC work well
• Check the software program version
• Check the firmware file
• Check the upgrade process
• Check Main Board
• Ensure that the signal cables and source work well
14
Micro SD Card/ Micro
USB Function Failed
• Check the source is compatible to the projector
• Check SD Card
• Check Main Board
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Chapter 4
Function Test&Alignment Procedure
4-1 Test Equipment Needed
- DVD player with Multi-system (NTSC/PAL)
- Minolta CL-100
- Equipped "Component", "S-Video" , "Composite"
- Quantum Data 802B or CHROMA2327 (Color Video Signal & Pattern Generator)
- Remote control (P/N: 45.89Z01G001 only for C20 test using)
- C20 24P to VGA-M (P/N: 42.0020AG001)
- MINI JACK-M 2.5mm TO 3.5mm 1000mm cable (P/N: 42.002C1G003)
4-2 Service Mode
1. Turn on the projector
2. Do the following actions sequentially to get into service mode
- Press "Menu Menu Menu -> Left Left -> Menu" on the projector.
- Service mode will be shown
- After confirming the configuration, press "menu" to exit.
4-3 System Reset
After final QC step,we have to erase all saved change. The following actions will allow you
to erase all end-users’ settings and restore the default setting:
- Get into service mode.
- Press “right“ and then choose “system reset“ at the bottom of the menu.
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4-4 Test Condition
4-4-1 Normal Test Condition
- Circumstance brightness: Dark room less than 2.0 lux
- Screen size: 20 inches
Screen Defects
Frame
< Figure: Zone A, Zone B & Frame (as green line) Definition, Active area=Zone A+ Zone B >
Defect specification table
Order
Symptom
Pattern
Criteria
White pattern
A+B≤4
1
Dark pixel (dots)
2
Unstable pixel (dots)
Any pattern
A+B=0
3
Adjacent pixel (dots)
Any pattern
A+B=0
4
Bright pixel (dots)
Gray 10 pattern
A+B=0
5
Bright dot on frame
Gray 10 pattern
≤1
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4-4-2 Burn-In Test
- Temperature: 15°C~35°C
- Circumstance brightness: Normal environment
- Screen size: No concern
- Display mode: ECO mode
After repairing C20, it should be Burn-in (refer to the below table).
Symptom
Normal repair
NFF
Auto shutdown
Burn-in Time
2 hours
4 hours
6 hours
- Get into Burn-In Mode
* Cycle setting is based on the defect symptoms. ie: If it is NFF, the burn-in time is 4 hours. You
have to set the lamp on for 50 min. and lamp off for 10 min for 4 cycles.
Note: Please make sure that the hot exhaust airflows from projectors can flow towards the aisle.
Get into Service Mode (as above step 4-2)
Choose Burn In > enter
Lamp On (Min)
Press right key to adjust the time (50)
Lamp Off (Min)
Press right key to adjust the time (10)
Set Burning cycle
Press right key to adjust the cycle
After setting up the time, choose ''Enter into Burn In Mode'' and press "Menu" button.
4-5 Test Inspection Procedure
- After changing parts, check the information below
Main Board Module
Change parts
Firmware
Version Update
V
V
System Reset
V
V
EDID
V
Duty Selection
V
Update
Engine Module
V
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4-6 PC Mode
1. Bright Pixel
Note: Link Chroma VGA port to the ‘‘Universal I/O’’ port of the projector by universal to VGA cable.
Procedure
Inspection item
Criteria - Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: analog 800x600@60Hz.
- Test Pattern: Gray 10 pattern
- Bright pixel check.
- Adjacent pixel check.
- Bright pixel is unacceptable.
- Only one bright dot on frame is acceptable.
- Adjacent pixel with each other is unacceptable.
Gray 10
2. Dark Pixel
Procedure
- Test equipment: video generator.
- Test signal: Analog 800x600@60Hz.
- Test Pattern: white pattern
Inspection item
-D
ark pixels check.
- Adjacent pixel check.
Criteria
- The number of the dead pixels should be less or
equal to 4 pixels.
white pattern
- Adjacent pixel with each other is unacceptable.
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3. Color performance
Procedure - Test equipment: video generator
- Test signal: Analog 800X600@60HZ
- Test Pattern: 64 gray RGBW, Master pattern
* Please refer to 4-2 to get into service mode.
Use test signal to do the test. Color can not
64 gray RGBW
discolor to purple and blue.
Inspection item
- Check if each color level is well-functioned.
- Color saturations
Criteria
- Screen appears normal. It should not have any
abnormal condition, such as lines appear on the
screen and so on.
- Color appears normal.
- RGBW should all appear normal on the screen
and sort from R-G-B-W.
Master pattern
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olor levels should be sufficient and normal.
4. Power Function Test
Procedure
- Install the battery into the projector, link ‘‘dc in’’
port of the projector to the power supply.
Inspection item
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heck whether the LED indicator
shows red and charge or discharge normally.
Criteria
- check whether the charging function is normal.
- It means the charging have completed when the
green LED is lighting.
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nplug the power adapter, turn on the projector
to check if the discharging is normal.
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4-7 Video Performance
Note: Plug JACK-M to 3*RCA-F R/W/Y cable into the AV-IN port of projector, the CVBS signal and Audio signal will be inputted.Then turn the sound of DVD player down.the signal test is as follows.
AV-IN Port
AUDIO Signal Cable
CBVS Signal Cable
1. ECO/Bright Mode Function Test
Turn on the projector, get into service mode then press ‘‘Left’’/‘‘Right’’
button on remote control to check if Bright mode/ECO mode
exchange normally.
2. CVBS
Procedure
- Test equipment: DVD player
- Test signal: CVBS
Inspection item
- Video performance test
Inspection Distance
- 0.8 M ~1.0 M
Criteria
- Check any abnormal color, line distortion or any
noise on the screen.
- Check the sound from speaker.
Motion video
3. Audio Test
Procedure
- Test equipment: DVD player
- Test signal: CVBS
Inspection item
- Audio performance test
Inspection Distance - 0.8 M ~1.0 M
Criteria
- Check the sound from speaker
- Press ‘‘Up’’ button of the projector to
modulate the volume to 18, then press “down“ button to modulate the volume to 15, check whether the volume is normal.
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4-8 SD Card Test
1. Turn on the projector and unplug signal cable, select “Video“, play the video file in it:
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heck any abnormal color, line distortion or any noise on the screen.
- Check the sound from speaker.
2. Turn on the projector, connect “micro USB” port of the projector and
PC USB port by universal to USB cable:
- Check whether PC can detect the SD card information,there should be
three removable disk.
4-9 Optical Performance Measure
Inspection Condition
- Environment luminance: 2 Lux
- Product must be warmed up for 2 minutes
- Distances from the screen: 0.8 M~1 M
- Screen Size: 20 inches diagonal
1. Test equipment
Procedure - Please get into bright mode, focus should be clear, the display format is 3:2.
- Get into service mode on remote control, then press
‘‘Left’’ or ‘‘Right’’ to select full white and full black
pattern, then start signal test.
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2. Brightness
Procedure - Full white pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of P1~P9.
- Follow the brightness formula to calculate
brightness values.
☼ Brightness Formula
Avg. (P1+P2+P3+...+P9) x 0.12
Criteria
• 8 ANSI Lumens
Full white pattern
3. Full On/Full Off Contrast
Procedure
- Full white pattern & full black pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of full
white pattern P5 & full black pattern B5 ( see
image: full white)
- Follow Contrast formula to calculate contrast
values.
Full black pattern
☼ Contrast Formula
P5/B5
Note: P
5=center of white image
B5 = the center of black image.
Criteria
• 800:1
4. Uniformity
Procedure
- Full white pattern
- Use CL100 to measure brightness values of P1~P9
(see image: full white).
- Follow the Uniformity formula to calculate
average values.
☼ Uniformity Formula
Criteria
ANSI Uniformity = Avg.(P1,P3,P7,P9)/P5×100%
• 65 %
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4-10 Others
1. Function Inspection
Keypad button
- All keypad buttons must operate smoothly.
General- All OSD functions must be checked for functionality.
When OSD menu is displayed, there shall be no visible
peaking, ringing, streaking, or smearing artifacts on the
screen.
Factory Default
Display Size
- The factory settings (with appropriate centering, size,
geometry distortion, etc.) shall be displayed upon “Recall” that is selected from OSD
- All preset modes shall expand to full screen size using
OSD Horizontal and Vertical Size controls
Display Data Channel (DDC) - The purpose of the DDC test is to verify the DDC1/
DDC2 operation of the projector and to verify Plug &
Play function.
2.Check points for exterior and print pattern
Check item
Check point
Text & Pattern
missing letters & pattern or blurry prints are unacceptable.
Exterior
dirt, scrape, water ripples and uneven color are unacceptable.
Buttons
stuck buttons are unacceptable.
Focus Ring
Focus ring is functioning smoothly.
Logo
missing logo, missing prints and blurry prints are unacceptable
Screw
All screws sure be fixed and in right type.
Plastic parts
All plastic parts can not be broken and damaged.
Connector
All interface connector should be complete and workable.
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Chapter 5
Firmware Upgrade
5-1 Equipment Needed
Software :
- C20_FW_MSTUPUP.BIN
- C20_FW_AMAMUPUP.BIN
Hardware :
- Projector (C20)
- SD Card
- Power adapter (47.8BU11G001 and 47.8BU14G001)
- PC
- Monitor
- USB Male cable(42.0028DG001)
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5-2 Firmware Upgrade Procedure�
1. Insert Micro SD card into the projector and
connect it to PC by USB Male cable. Then
turn on the projector.
2. There is one removable Disk in
"My Computer" .Copy firmware
"MSTUPUP. BIN ","AMAMUPUP.BIN" to
the removable Disk.Then unplug
the USB Male cable.
3. Process
(1) Insert power adapter into C20.
(1)
(2)
(2) Press the power button to turn on the
projector.
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(3) Press “right“,’’enter” to select Micro
(3)
SD.
(4) Choose "Setting" icon.
(5) In this pattern,press "Up",
(4)
(4)
(5)
"Down","Up","Down","Enter"
(5)
(6) The system will come back to left
(6)
(6)
pattern,then choose "setting"
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(7) Choose "system setup"
(8) The "system upgrade" will show,choose
"system upgrade"
(7) Choose "Yes".
(7)
(8)
(9)
4. Wait a few minutes until the projector
downloads finish,then the system will
reboot.In this process, please ensure the
projector power on and don't plug out
power adapter.
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5. When firmware upgrade �������������
procedure����
is
finished,press "menu","enter",''enter'',
''System Setting'' and choose "Version"
item. The new window will show the
latest Multimedia Firmware Version
for us to check if it is correct.
6. Get into service mode.Press "right","right",
then check the System Firmware Version.
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Chapter 6
EDID Upgrade
6-1 EDID Introduction
Extended Display Identification Data is a VESA standard data format that contains basic
information about a display device and its capabilities, including vendor information,
maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits,
and character strings for the monitor name and serial number.
The information is stored in the display and used to communicate with the system through
a Display Data Channel (DDC), which sites between the display device and the PC
graphics adapter. The system uses this information for configuration purposes, so the
monitor and system can work together.
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6-2 Equipment Needed
Software
- EDID Program (Generic V0.67)
- EDID File (*.ini)
Hardware
- Projector
- Generic Fixture :80.00001.001 for EDID Key-in (Fixture: JP3 must be closed)
- Power adapter for projector (P/N: 47.8BU11G001&47.8BU14G001)
- DVI-HDMI adapter(42.00293G001)
- Mini HDMI to HDMI cable (42.00253G001)
- Monitor
- PC
- Universal to VGA Cable (P/N: 42.0020AG001)
- RS-232 Cable : 42.83C07G001
- Power adapter 2 for fixture: 47.57803G001
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6-3 Setup Procedure
P1
RS232 Cable
P2
VGA to IO CABLE
1. Connect all ports
- Power adapter 2 to fixture JP1.
JP1
adapter
- Fixture P1 to PC COM1 Port.
- Fixture P2 to Projector ''Universal I/O'' port
P3
DVI-HDMI adapter and HDMI cable
by VGA to IO cable.
- Fixture P3 to Projector "Mini HDMI" port by
DVI-HDMI adapter and HDMI cable
- Connect the power adapter 1 to projector “dc in 5v” port.
DC in 5V
6-4 EDID Key-In Procedure
(VGA & HDMI Interface)
1. Click on "EDID" to execute EDID program.
2. Choose model
(1)In the port selection bar, please choose
the port which you are using.
(2) Click "Model''.
(2)
(1)
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(3) Choose the source file
''C20 EDID_XX.ini''.
(3)
(4) Click ''Open''.
(4)
(1)
3. Programming
(1) Key in the serial number into the
barcode blank space.
(3)
(2) In "Write Source Select", click “Analog”.
(3) Click "Program".
(2)
4. When the message “Please change
the cable to Analog” shows on the
screen, click “OK” button.
5.When the message “Please change
the cable to Digital” shows on the
screen, click “OK” button.
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6. W
hen the EDID program is completed,
a message "OK" will appear on the screen.
7. Select ''Trans'' & "Analog" in the read
item, and then click ''Read'' button, EDID
information will show the result.
8. Select ''Trans'' & "Digital" in the read
item, and then click ''Read'' button, EDID
information will show the result.
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Appendix A
Note: This chapter is only designed to show the exploded image of the projector. For updated part numbers, please refer to RSPL report.
DP.C20
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P/N
Description
Parts Supply
1
85.1A52AG030
2
85.1A52AG060
SCREW PAN HEAT MACHINE M1.4*6.0 P=0.3 NYLOK NICKEL
3
70.8KE01G001
TOP COVER MODULE C20
4
70.8KE02G001
BOTTOM COVER MODULE C20
5
51.8EN06G001
SPEAKER HOLDER MN3600HA PK201
6
85.1A12AG080
SCREW CAP HEAD TAP M1.4*8 PK201
7
70.8KE03G001
BATTERY COVER MODULE C20
8
70.8KE05G001
ASSY ENGINE MODULE C20
SCREW PAN HEAD MACHINE M1.4*3.0 P=0.3 NYLOK NICKEL
9
70.8KE04G001
MAIN BOARD PCBA MODULE C20
10
41.8EN02G001
EMI TAPE W13.5xL20mm
V
11
51.8KE07H001
CONE GUIDE PC C20
V
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Assy Top Cover Module
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Item
P/N
Parts Supply
Description
70.8KE06GR01
TOP COVER MODULE C20(SERVICE)
V
1
51.8KE02H001
TOP COVER LN2520 C20
2
51.8KE04H001
TOP COVER TRIM LN2520 C20
2
52.8KE04G001
FLASH THERMAL PAD GR-Hm 11.3mmX19.5mmX1.5mm
3
51.8KE08H002
KEYPAD BUTTON P+R C20
4
80.8KE03G001
PCBA KEYPAD BD FOR C20 PICO PROJECTOR
V
5
42.0030BG101
FFC M/B TO KEYPAD BOARD 10P P=0.5 50mm
V
6
85.3A12AG030
SCREW CAP MACHINE M1.4*3.0 P=0.3 NICKEL
7
61.8KE01H001
TOP CU PLATE C1100 C20
8
52.8EN09G001
TOP ENGINE THERMAL PAD GR-Hm 28.5x28.5x0.3t
9
52.8EN11G001
8EN CR4305 FOR DMD FPC
10
52.8EN07G001
DRAM THERMAL PAD GR-Hm 10.8x10.8x0.5t
11
52.8EN06G001
DDP IC THERMAL PAD GR-Hm 21.6x10.9x0.5t
13
52.8KE05G001
AM-IC THERMAL PAD GR-Hm 13.9mmx32.7mmx1.3mm
14
52.8EN14G001
FFC CNNT SPONGE PK201
15
35.8KE02H001
TOP LOGO C20
16
41.8KE01G001
EMI TAPE W8xL22.7mm for C20
17
41.8KE02G001
EMI TAPE W5xL16mm for C20
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Assy Bottom Cover Module
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P/N
Parts Supply
Description
70.8KE07GR01
BOTTOM COVER MODULE C20(SERVICE)
V
1
51.8KE01H001
BOTTOM COVER PC C20
2
51.8KE09G001
IO CAP USB P+R C20
3
51.8KE10G001
IO CAP HDMI P+R C20
4
52.8EN10G001
BOTTOM ENGINE THERMAL PAD GR-Hm 22.6x19.5x0.8t
5
51.8KE05H001
FOCUS RING POM C20
6
52.8KE03H001
RUBBER RING C20
7
51.8EN09G001
TRANSFER GEAR POM PK201
V
8
51.8EN10G001
FOCUS GEAR PK201
V
9
51.8KE06H001
IR COVER GE-121R C20
V
10
85.GA12AG030
SCREW CAP HEAD TAP M1.4*3 PK201
11
51.8BU12G001
BATTERY PULL TAPE PK-101
12
61.8KE02H001
BOTTOM CU PLATE C1100 0.5T C20
13
61.8KE03H001
BOTTOM AL PLATE 6063 C20
14
85.1A52AG030
SCREW PAN HEAD MACHINE M1.4*3.0 P=0.3 NYLOK NICKEL
15
51.8EN11G001
3M TAPE FOR BOTTOM COVER PK201
16
52.8EN12G001
DMD THERMAL PAD 17.7X5.3X0.3
17
52.8EN13G001
GEAR SPONGE PK201
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Assy Battery Cover Module
Item
P/N
1
2
70.8KE08GR01
51.8KE03H001
52.8KE01H001
Parts Supply
Description
BATTERY COVER MODULE C20(SERVICE)
BATTERY COVER PC C20
RUBBER FOOT C20
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Assy Engine Module
Item
P/N
Parts Supply
Description
70.8KE09GR01
ASSY ENGINE MODULE C20(SERVICE)
V
1
42.00320G001
FPC ENGINE TO MB BOARD 50P WITH BTB CNNT PK201
2
85.YA32AG031
SCREW FLAT TAP M1.4*3 BLACK
3
75.8KE01G002
4
41.83J07G001
0.3” DMD, F/2.4 PL, OSTAR COMPACT LED - R/B:Q6WM - G:
Q9WM(YOI FLC II ENGINE )
EMI TAPE W5*H1.0*L11mm PD527
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Assy Main Board Module
Item
P/N
Parts Supply
Description
70.8KE10GR01
ASSY MAIN BOARD MODULE C20(SERVICE)
1
80.8KE01G001
PCBA MAIN BD FOR C20 PROJECTOR
2
41.8EM02G001
EMI GASKET W5*H0.5*L11mm
3
41.8EN03G001
EMI GASKET W5.5xH3xL5.5mm
4
41.8CU07G001
EMI gasket W5xH0.5xL8
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DP.C20
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Parts Supply
Item
P/N
Description
1
DC.8KE01G001
D.C. C20
2
47.8BU11G001
AC ADPTR 100-240VAC IN 5V 2A OUT FOR PHIHONG
V
3
47.8BU13G001
AC ADAPTOR PLUG EU TYPE PHIHONG PK-102
V
4
47.8BU14G001
AC ADAPTOR PLUG UK TYPE PHIHONG PK-102
V
5
46.8CU01G001
BTRY LI-ION POLYMER BATTERY PACK 3.7V 1410MAH SMP
6
42.002C1G003
CABLE AV IN MINI JACK-M 2.5mm TO 3.5mm 1000mm BLACK C20
7
42.0020AG001
CABLE 24P TO VGA-M 600MM
8
42.0028DG001
CABLE USB MICRO B-M TO USB A-M 1000MM
9
53.8KE01G001
SOFT CARRY BAG C20
V
10
35.8KE03H001
SPEC LABEL C20
V
11
35.8KE05H001
LABEL COLOR SILVER C20
12
35.82V02G001
LABEL CARTON(SEAL) 110*50mm PD120
13
35.8KE04H001
LABEL CARTON 60mmx80mm BLANK C20
14
55.8KE01H001
CARTON BOX C20
15
55.8KE02H001
CABLE CARDBOARD C20
16
55.8KE03H001
MACHINE BOX CARDBOARD C20
17
55.8KE04H001
CARDBOARD TOP C20
18
36.00027G001
SERVICE STATION CARD
19
36.8KE01H001
QUICK START CARD MULTILINGUAL ACER C20
20
36.00029G001
SECURITY CARD FOR ACER
21
51.D0132G001
PE BAG LDPE 120*180*0.04 MM
22
57.00002G001
PACK SIO2 DRIER 5g
23
51.80135G002
PE BAG ZIPPER 240*170*0.04 #8 FOR OPTOMA
24
36.8ER05G001
SERVICE STATION SHEET FOR EMACHINES TURKEY
25
36.00006G031
WARRANTY CARD ,EUROPE FOR ACER
26
42.0028CG001
CABLE USB MICRO A-M TO USB A-F 300MM
27
55.8KE05H001
OUTSIDE CARTON BOX B FLUTE C20
28
35.8KE01H001
IATA label For Acer C20
29
35.52302G091
LABEL CARTON 108*92 BLANK
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Appendix B
I. Serial Number System Definition
Serial Number Format for Projector
EYJBT01001
1 029
00000
59
0
1
2 3 4
5
6
1
:
EYJBT01001 = Part Number
2
:
029 = Date Code (ex:2010=0, the twenty-ninth week of the year= 29)
3
:
00000 = Serial Numbers
4
:
59 = Manufacturing Code
5
:
0 = Version Code
6
:
1 = Auto-Language Code
EX: EYJBT01001029000005901
This label represents the serial number for C20. It is produced at CPC on twenty-ninth week
of 2010. Its serial code is 00000.
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II. PCBA Code Definition
PCBA Code for Projector
A B
1
XXX
2
XXXXXXXXX CC
3
4
5
XXX EEEE
6
7
1
:
ID
2
:
Vendor Code
3
:
Firmware Version
4
:
P/N
5
:
MB version
6
:
Date Code
7
:
S/N
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