VX-410/-420 series
VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan
VERTEX STANDARD
US Headquarters
10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
UHF FM Transceiver
YAESU EUROPE B.V.
VX-410/-420 series
P.O. Box 75525, 1118 ZN Schiphol, The Netherlands
YAESU UK LTD.
Service Manual
Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close
Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.
VERTEX STANDARD HK LTD.
©2004 VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road,
Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
EC050U90A
VX-410 series
VX-420 series
Introduction
This manual provides technical information necessary for servicing the VX-410/-420 series FM Transceiver.
Servicing this equipment requires expertise in handling surface-mount chip components. Attempts by non-qualified
persons to service this equipment may result in permanent damage not covered by the warranty, and may be illegal in
some countries.
Two PCB layout diagrams are provided for each double-sided circuit board in the transceiver. Each side of is referred
to by the type of the majority of components installed on that side (“leaded” or “chip-only”). In most cases one side has
only chip components, and the other has either a mixture of both chip and leaded components (trimmers, coils, electrolytic
capacitors, ICs, etc.), or leaded components only.
While we believe the technical information in this manual to be correct, VERTEX STANDARD assumes no liability
for damage that may occur as a result of typographical or other errors that may be present. Your cooperation in pointing
out any inconsistencies in the technical information would be appreciated.
Contents
Operating Manual Reprint ................................... 2
Cloning ............................................................................... 7
Specifications .......................................................... 8
Exploded View & Miscellaneous Parts .............. 9
Block Diagram .......................................................11
Circuit Description ..............................................13
Alignment .............................................................. 15
Board Unit (Schematics, Layouts & Parts)
MAIN Unit ............................................................... 19
DUMMY Unit .......................................................... 34
Optional Units (Schematics, Layouts & Parts)
FVP-25 Encryption / DTMF Pager Unit .............. 35
VTP-50 VX-Trunk Unit .......................................... 37
DVS-5 Voice Storage Unit ..................................... 39
Operating Manual Reprint
Controls & Connectors
LED Indicator
Glows Green
Blinking Green
Glows Red
Blinking Red
Yellow
Monitor on (or Side 1, 2 switch is activated : VX-410 series only)
Busy Channel (or SQL off)
Transmitting
Battery Voltage is low
Receiving a Selective Call
CH (Channel) Selector
Antenna
VOL/PWR Knob
Push To Talk
(PTT) Switch
Before You Begin
Battery Pack Installation and Removal
Ì To install the battery, hold the transceiver with your
left hand, so your palm is over the speaker and your
thumb is on the top of the belt clip. Insert the battery
pack into the battery compartment on the back of the
radio while tilting the Belt Clip outward, then close
the Battery Pack Latch until it locks in place with a
“Click.”
MIC/SP Jack
(External Mic/Earphone)
he
Tilt t
Microphone
Side 1 Switch
Clip
Belt
Insert the Battery Pack
Speaker
Close the Battery Pack Latch
Side 2 Switch
LCD (VX-420 series)
16 KEY (VX-420 series)
Battery Pack Latch
Display Icons & Indicators (VX-420 Only)
: “Scan” is activated
: “Priority Scan” is activated
“Dual Watch” is activated
“Encryption” is enabled
“Call” indicator
2
Caution!
Do not attempt to open any of the rechargeable NiCd packs, as they could explode if accidentally shortcircuited.
Receiver Monitor
“Talk-Around” is enabled
“Voice Message” received
Group “A”
Group “B”
Priority Channel
8 Character Alpha-numeric Display
Low Transmit Power Mode “ON”
Ì To remove the battery, turn the radio off and remove
any protective cases. Open the Battery Pack latch on
the bottom of the radio, then slide the battery downward and out from the radio while holding the Belt
Clip.
Low Battery Indication
Ì As the battery discharges during use, the voltage gradually becomes lower. When the battery voltage becomes
to low, substitute a freshly charged battery and recharge
the depleted pack. The TX/BUSY indicator on the top
of the radio will blink red when the battery voltage is
low.
Ì Avoid recharging Ni-Cd batteries often with little use
between charges, as this can degrade the charge capacity. We recommend that you carry an extra, fullycharged pack with you so the operational battery may
be used until depletion (this “deep cycling” technique
promotes better long-term battery capacity).
Operating Manual Reprint
Operation
Preliminary Steps
Ì Install a charged battery pack onto the transceiver, as
described previously.
Ì Screw the supplied antenna onto the Antenna jack.
Never attempt to operate this transceiver without an
antenna connected.
Ì If you have a Speaker/Microphone, we recommend that
it not be connected until you are familiar with the basic operation of the VX-410/-420.
Operation Quick Start
Ì Turn the top panel’s VOL/
PWR knob clockwise to turn
on the radio on.
Ì Turn the top panel’s CH selector knob to choose the desired
operating channel.
Ì Rotate the VOL/PWR knob to
set the volume level. If no signal is present, press and hold
in the Soft key assigned to
“MONITOR” for more than 1
seconds; background noise will
now be heard, and you may use this to set the VOL/
PWR knob for the desired audio level.
Ì Press and hold in the Soft key
assigned to “MONITOR” for
more than 1 seconds (or press
the MONITOR key twice) to
quiet the noise and resume normal (quiet) monitoring.
Ì To transmit, monitor the channel and make sure it is clear.
THIS IS AN FCC REQUIRMENT!
Ì To transmit, press and hold in
the PTT switch. Speak into the
microphone area of the front
panel grille (lower left-hand
corner) in a normal voice level. To return to the Receive mode, release the PTT switch.
Ì If a Speaker/Microphone is available, remove the plastic cap and its two mounting screws from the right side
of the transceiver, then insert the plug from the Speaker/
Microphone into the MIC/SP jack; secure the plug using the screws supplied with the Speaker/Microphone.
Hold the speaker grille up next to your ear while receiving. To transmit, press the PTT switch on the
Speaker/Microphone, just as you would on the main
transceiver’s body.
Note:Save the original plastic cap and its mounting
screws. They should be re-installed when not using the Speaker/Microphone.
Accessories & Options
FNB-64
FNB-V57
FNB-V57IS
FNB-V67LI
FBA-25
NC-77C
NC-77U
VAC-800
VAC-810
VAC-6800
MH-45B4B
MH-37A4B
VC-25
VCM-1
CT-42
CT-27
CE64
VTP-50
FVP-25
FVP-35
DVS-5
MDC1200
7.2 V 700 mAh Ni-Cd Battery
7.2 V 1100 mAh Ni-Cd Battery
Intrinsically-Safe 7.2 V 1100 mAh Ni-Cd Battery
7.4 V 1600 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery
Alkaline Battery Case
220-240 VAC Overnight Desktop Charger
230 VAC Overnight Desktop Charger
Desktop Rapid Charger (for FNB-64/-V57/-V57IS)
Desktop Rapid Charger (for FNB-V67LI)
6-unit Multi Charger
Speaker/Microphone
Earpiece Microphone
VOX Headset
Mobile Mounting Bracket (for VAC-800/-810)
PC Programming Cable
Radio to Radio Programming Cable
Programming Software
VX-Trunk Unit
Encryption/DTMF pager Unit
Encryption Unit (Rolling code voice scrambler)
Voice Storage Unit
Digital ANI encoder Unit
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Operating Manual Reprint
Key Function
Description of Operating Functions
The VX-420 series provides programmable [A], [B],
[C], and [D] function keys, and both the
series
and
series provide programmable
and
switchs. These “Soft” keys functions can be customized
(set to other functions), via programming by your VERTEX STANDARD dealer, to meet your communications/
network requirements. Some features may require the purchase and installation of optional internal accessories. The
possible Soft key programming features are illustrated
below, and their functions are explained in the next chapter. For further details, contact your VERTEX STANDARD dealer.
For future reference, check the box next to each function that has been assigned to the Soft key on your particular radio, and keep it handy.
Function
[ A]
Soft Key (Press / Press and Hold)
[ B]
[C]
[D] Side 1 Side 2
Monitor
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key
momentarily to disable the Tone squelch.
Squelch Off
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
disable the Noise and Tone squelch. Again press (or
Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to resume
normal (quiet) Noise and Tone squelch action.
Low Power
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
set the radio’s transmitter to the “Low Power” mode,
thus extending battery life. Press (or Press and hold)
the assigned Soft key again to return to “High Power” operation when in difficult terrain.
When the radio’s transmitter is set to “Low Power” mode, the “Low” icon will be indcated on the
display.
Monitor
/
/
/
/
/
/
Squelch Off
/
/
/
/
/
/
Lock
Low Power
/
/
/
/
/
/
Lock
/
/
/
/
/
/
Lamp
/
/
/
/
/
/
Channel Up
/
/
/
/
/
/
Channel Down
/
/
/
/
/
/
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
lock the Soft keys (except Lock key); thus, the [A],
[B], [C], and [D] keys can be disabled to prevent radio settings from being disturbed.
Scan
/
/
/
/
/
/
Lamp
Follow-Me Scan
/
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/
/
/
/
Dual Watch
/
/
/
/
/
/
Talkaround
/
/
/
/
/
/
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
illuminate the LCD for five seconds.
Add/Del
/
/
/
/
/
/
Channel Up
Reset
/
/
/
/
/
/
Speed Dial
/
/
/
/
/
/
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
switch to a higher operating channel number.
Tx Save Off
/
/
/
/
/
/
Call 1
/
/
/
/
/
/
Channel Down
Call 2
/
/
/
/
/
/
Call 3
/
/
/
/
/
/
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
switch to a lower operating channel number.
Code Select
/
/
/
/
/
/
Code Up
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
–/
/
–/
/
–/
/
–/
/
–/
/
–/
Group
/
/
/
/
/
/
ACC 1
/
/
/
/
/
/
Code Down
Emergency
ACC 2
/
/
/
/
/
/
Play
/
/
/
/
/
/
Record
/
/
/
/
/
/
Encryption
/
/
/
/
/
/
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Scan
The Scanning feature is used to monitor multiple
channels programmed into the transceiver. While
scanning, the radio will check each channel for the
presence of a signal, and will stop on a channel if a
signal is present.
Ì To activate scanning:
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key.
The scanner will search the channels, looking for active ones; it will pause each time it finds a channel on
which someone is speaking.
Ì To stop scanning:
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key.
Operation will revert to the channel to which the CH
knob is set.
Operating Manual Reprint
Description of Operating Functions
Follow-Me Scan
Add/Del
“Follow-Me” Scan feature checks a User-assigned
Priority Channel regularly as you scan the other
channels. Thus, if only Channels 1, 3, and 5 (of the 8
available channels) are designated for “Scanning,”
the user may nonetheless assign Channel as the
“User-assigned” Priority Channel via the “FollowMe” feature.
Press the assigned Soft key to activate “FollowMe” scanning, then turn the CH selector knob to the
channel which you want to designate as the “UserAssigned Priority Channel”. When the scanner stops
on an “active” channel, the User-assigned Priority
Channel will automatically be checked every few
seconds.
The Add/Del feature allows the user to arrange a
custom Scan.
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
delete/restore the current channel to/from your scanning list.
When you delete a current channel, “-SKIP-” will
appear on the LCD for one second after pressing the
Soft key. When you restore a current channel, “-STOP” will appear on the LCD for one second after pressing the Soft key.
Dual Watch
The Dual Watch feature is similar to the Scan feature, except that only two channels are monitored:
the current operating channel, and the “Priority”
channel.
Ì To activate Dual Watch:
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key.
The scanner will search the two channels; it will pause
each time it finds a channel on which someone is speaking.
Ì To stop Dual Watch:
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key.
Operation will revert to the channel to which the CH
knob is set.
Talk Around
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
activate the Talk Around feature when you are operating on duplex channel systems (separate receive
and transmit frequencies, utilizing a “repeater” station). The Talk Around feature allows you to bypass
the repeater station and talk directly to a station that
is nearby. This feature has no effect when you are
operating on “Simplex” channels, where the receive
and transmit frequencies are already the same.
When the “TA” function is activated, the “ ” icon
will be indcated on the display.
Note that your dealer may have made provision
for “Talk Around” channels by programming “repeater” and “Talk Around” frequencies on two adjacent channels. If so, the key may be used for one of
the other Pre-Programmed Functions.
Speed Dial
Your Dealer may have pre-programmed AutoDial telephone number memories into your radio.
To dial a number, just press (or Press and hold)
the Dealer-assigned Soft key for Speed Dialing. The
DTMF tones sent during the dialing sequence will
be heard in the speaker.
TX Save Off
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
disable the Transmit Battery Saver, if you are operating in a location where high power is almost always needed.
The Transmit Battery Saver helps extend battery
life by reducing transmit power when a very strong
signal from an apparently nearby station is being
received. Under some circumstances, though, your
hand-held radio may not be heard well at the other
end of the communication path, and high power may
be necessary at all times.
Call 1, 2, 3/Reset
When the 2-tone or 5-Tone selective calling unit
is installed, press (or Press and hold) the assigned
Soft key to silence the receiver and reset for another
call, when a communication is finished.
Code Select
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
enable the changing the 5-Tone Paging code which
is recalled by the “Call 1” key.
Code Up, Down
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
switch to a higher (or lower) paging code number
for the 5-Tone Paging System.
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Operating Manual Reprint
Description of Operating Functions
Emergency
The VX-410/-420 series includes an “Emergency”
feature, which may be useful, if you have someone
monitoring on the same frequency as your transceiver’s channel. For further details contact your VERTEX STANDARD dealer.
Group
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
select a “A” or “B” group of channels.
Once the desired Group is reached, rotate the CH
knob to select the desired channel within the selected Group.
ACC 1, 2
When the optional unit is installed, these functions are various uses.
For further details, contact your VERTEX STANDARD dealer.
REC/PLAY (Voice Storage: Option)
This function, which requires the optional Voice
Storage Unit, Allows you to record and play back
incoming receiver audio.
Recording:
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
toggle the recording feature “on” and “off.” If the
incoming signal is being heard through the speaker
when the recording feature is set to “on,” the received
audio will be recorded. The last 2 minutes of incoming audio will be stored on a first-in, first-out basis.
Playback:
Press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key to
start playback. During playback, pressing then “#”
key lets you jump forward 8 seconds, while pressing the “” key lets you go back 8 seconds. To stop
playback before the stored message is complete,
press (or Press and hold) the assigned Soft key.
Encryption
When the Voice Scrambler feature is enabled,
pressing the assigned Soft key of the “Encryption”
toggles the Scrambler “on” and “off.”
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ARTS (Auto Rande Transpond System : VX-420 only)
This system is designed to inform you when you
and another ARTS-equipped station are within communication range.
During ARTS operation, your radio automatically transmits for about 1 second every 55 seconds in
an attempt to shake hands with the other station.
If you have out of range for more than two minutes, your radio senses that no signal has been receives, a ringing beeper will sound, and “IN RANGE”
will appear on the LCD. If you subsequently move
back into range, as soon as the other station transmits, your beeper will sound and “OUT RANGE” will
appear on the LCD.
DTMF Paging System (VX-420 only)
This system allows paging and selective calling,
using DTMF tone sequences.
When your radio is paged by a station bearing a
tone sequence which matches yours, your radio’s
squelch will open and the alert will sound. The threedigit code of the station which paged you will be
displayed on your radio’s LCD.
Cloning
The VX-410/-420 series includes a convenient Cloning feature, which allows the programming data from one transceiver to be transferred to another VX-410/-420 series. Here is the procedure for Cloning one radio's data to another.
1. Turn both transceivers off.
2. Remove the plastic cap and its two mounting screws
from the MIC/SP jack on the right side of the transceiver. Do this for both transceivers.
3. Connect the optional CT-27 cloning cable between the
MIC/SP jacks of the two transceivers.
4. Press and hold in the PTT and Soft key assigned to
“MONITOR” while turning the transceiver on. Do this
for both transceivers (the order of the switch-on does
not matter). “CLONE” will appear on the displays (for
the VX-420 series) of both transceivers when Clone
mode is successfully activated in this step; in the case
of the VX-410 series, no change will be observed at
this point.
5. On the Destination transceiver, press the Soft key assigned to “MONITOR”. “LOADING” will appear on the
LCD (for VX-420 series; for VX-410 series, the TX/
BUSY indicator on the top of the radio will glow
Green).
6. Press the PTT switch on the source transceiver; “SENDING” will appear on the Source transceiver (for VX420 series; for VX-410 series, the TX/BUSY indicator on the top of the radio will glow Red), and the data
will be transferred.
7. If there is a problem during the cloning process, “ERROR” will appear on the LCD (for VX-420 series; for
VX-410 series, the TX/BUSY indicator on the top of
the radio will blink Red); check your cable connections and battery voltage, and try again.
8. If the data transfer is successful, the display will return
to “CLONE” (for VX-420 series; for VX-410 series,
the TX/BUSY indicator on the top of the radio will
turn off). Turn both transceivers off and disconnect the
CT-27 cable. You can then turn the transceivers back
on, and begin normal operation.
9. Replace the plastic cap and its two mounting screws.
Optional Cloning Cable CT-27
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Specifications
GENERAL Specifications
Frequency Range:
Number of Channels:
Channel Spacing:
PLL Steps
Power Supply voltage:
Operating Temperature Range:
Frequency Stability:
Dimensions (WHD):
Weight (approx.):
450 - 490 MHz (D)
32 channels
12.5 / 25 kHz
5 / 6.25 kHz
7.5 VDC ± 10%
–22°F to +140°F (–30°C to +60°C)
±2.5 ppm
2.3" (W) x 4.3" (H) x 1.2" (D) (58 x 108 x 29 mm)
0.78 lb. (350 g) w/FNB-V57, Antenna and Belt clip
RECEIVER Specifications (Measurements made per EIA standard TIA/EIA-603)
Sensitivity
EIA 12 dB SINAD :
Adjacent channel selectivity:
Intermodulation:
Spurious and Image Rejection:
Hum & Noise
Audio output:
0.25 µV
70 dB (25 kHz) / 60 dB (12.5 kHz)
70 dB (25 kHz) / 65 dB (12.5 kHz)
70 dB
45 dB
500 mW @4 Ohms, 10% THD
TRANSMITTER Specifications (Measurements made per EIA standard TIA/EIA-603)
Power output:
Modulation:
Conducted Spurious Emissions:
FM Hum & Noise:
Audio distortion (@ 1 kHz):
5.0 / 1.0 W
16K0F3E, 11K0F3E
70 dB Below Carrier
45 dB (25 kHz) / 40 dB (12.5 kHz)
<5%
Measurements per EIA standards unless noted above. Specifications subject to change without notice or obligation.
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Exploded View & Miscellaneous Parts
RA0585700
WINDOW ASSY (VX-420U)
(W/ DOUBLE FACE TAPE)
RA0173500
CAP
RA0545100 (Lot. 1~)
RA054510B (Lot. 2~)
FRONT CASE ASSY
(W/ LIGHT GUIDE,NAME PLATE,SP NET,SPEAKER,PACKING PAD,
PTT KNOB,SHEET(MIC),CR SPONGE RUBBER,WINDOW ASSY)
Ž
Ž
R6147510
RING NUT (x 2 pcs)
RA0545700 (Lot. 1~)
RA054570B (Lot. 2~)
FRONT CASE ASSY
RA0546100
KNOB ASSY (CH)
(W/ LIGHT GUIDE,NAME PLATE,SP NET,SPEAKER,
PACKING PAD,PTT KNOB,SHEET(MIC))
RA0546400
VOLUME KNOB
RA0545400
PTT KNOB
RA0210600
RUBBER PACKING
(x 2 pcs)
RA0545600
CR SPONGE RUBBER (VX-420U)
RA0546500
RUBBER KNOB
(VX-420U)
RA0546600
LCD HOLDER (VX-420U)
G6090156
LCD (VX-420U)
RA0546800
INTER CONNECTOR
(VX-420U)
RA0546700
LIGHT GUIDE (VX-420U)
RA0546900
REFLECTOR SHEET (VX-420U)
Œ
Œ
Œ
MAIN Unit
Œ
Œ
M3290039
MIC (W/ HOLDER RUBBER)
RA0584800
SHEET
Œ
Œ
RA010700A
TERMINAL PLATE (+)

CAUTION

correct
incorrect
RA0546000
RUBBER PACKING
RA010340B
TERMINAL HOLDER
RA0123500
LATCH NAIL B
RA0351600
TERMINAL PLATE (-)
RA0545900
REAR CASE ASSY
(w/SMA CONNECTOR,
TERMINAL PLATE (-),
PAN HEAD SCREW M2X3NI)
RA0376900
SHEET
RA0337900
GROUND PLATE
DUMMY Unit
’
RA0376900
SHEET
NAME PLATE
REF. VXSTD P/N
‘


BATTERY PACK
Œ
U44104002

U44104002
(VX-420U)
U20206007
Ž


‘
’
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TAPTITE SCREW M2X4NI
2
BINDING HEAD SCREW M2.6X6B
2
U24110002
TAPTITE SCREW M2X10NI
2
SEMS SCREW SM2.6X6B
2
U00103002
PAN HEAD SCREW M2X3NI
1
U9900158
TAPTITE SCREW 2X4NI
1
VXSTD P/N
Q3000142

Qty.
U02206007
CP7806001
BELT CLIP ASSY

Description
TAPTITE SCREW M2X4NI
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Description
RUBBER DUCK ANTENNA ATU-6D
Qty.
1
Non-designated parts are available only as part of a designated
assembly.
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Note:
10
Block Diagram
11
Note:
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Circuit Description
Receive Signal Path
Incoming RF from the antenna jack is delivered to the
RF Unit and passes through a low-pass filter consisting of
coils L1001, L1002, and L1003, capacitors C1001, C1002,
C1021, C1022, C1023, C1024, C1025, C1026, and C1027,
and antenna switching diode D1004 (RLS135).
Signals within the frequency range of the transceiver
enter a varactor-tuned band-pass filter consisting of coils
L1012 and L1015, capacitors C1058, C1059, C1085,
C1118, and C1119, and diodes D1007, D1008, D1009,
and D1010 (all HVD350B), then are amplified by Q1019
(2SC5006) and enter a varactor-tuned band-pass filter
consisting of coils L1019, L1020, and L1025, capacitors
C1122, C1150, C1151, C1152, C1153, C1154, C1155,
C1156, C1177, C1178, C1179, C1180, and C1181, and
diodes D1012, D1013, and D1016 (all HVD350B), before application to the first mixer, Q1029 (3SK320).
Buffered output from the VCO is amplified by Q1026
(2SC5005) to provide a pure first local signal between
399.15 and 439.15 MHz for injection to the first mixer
Q1029. The 50.85 MHz first mixer product then passes
through monolithic crystal filter XF1001 (MFT50.85PT,
5.5 kHz BW) to strip away unwanted mixer products, and
is then amplified by Q1041 (2SC4215Y).
The amplified first IF signal is applied to FM IF subsystem IC Q1048 (TA31136FN), which contains the second mixer, second local oscillator, limited amplifier, noise
amplifier, and RSSI amplifier.
The second local signal is produced from the PLL reference/second local oscillator of X1002 (TCXO
TTS05VS-M1 16.80 MHz). The 16.80 MHz reference
signal is tripled by Q1048, capacitor C1251, and coil
L1042, and the resulting the 50.4 MHz second local signal is then delivered to the mixer section of Q1048 which
produces the 450 kHz second IF when mixed with the
first IF signal.
The second IF then passes through the ceramic filter
CF1001 (ELFC450G on “Narrow” channels) or CF1002
(ELFY450E on “Wide” and “Narrow” channels) to strip
away all but the desired signal, and is then applied to the
limiter amplifier in Q1048, which removes amplitude
variations in the 450 kHz IF, before detection of the speech
by the ceramic discriminator CD1001 (ECDA450C24).
Squelch Control
The squelch circuitry consists of a noise amplifier,
band-pass filter, and noise detector within Q1048
(TA31136FN).
When no carrier is received, noise at the output of the
detector stage in Q1048 is amplified and band-pass filtered by the noise amplifier section of Q1048 and the network between pins 7 and 8, and then is rectified by detection circuit in Q1048.
The resulting DC squelch control voltage is passed to
pin 19 of the microprocessor Q1047 (LC87F74C8A). If
no carrier is received, this signal causes pin 19 of Q1047
to go high and pin 30 to go high. Pin 35 signals Q1006
(2SC4154E) to disable the supply voltage to the audio
amplifier Q1005, while pin 30 holds the green (Busy) half
of the LED off, when pin 35 is high and pin 30 is high.
Thus, the microprocessor blocks output from the audio amplifier, and silences the receiver, while no signal is
being received (and during transmission, as well).
When a carrier appears at the discriminator, noise is
removed from the output, causing pin 19 of Q1047 to go
low and the microprocessor to activate the “Busy” LED
via Q1047.
The microprocessor then checks for CTCSS or CDCSS
code squelch information, if enabled. If not transmitting
and CTCSS or CDCSS is not activated, or if the received
tone or code matches that programmed, audio is allowed
to pass through the audio amplifier Q1005 (NJM2070M)
to the loudspeaker by the enabling of the supply voltage
to it via Q1048.
Transmit Signal Path
Speech input from the microphone MC1001 passes
through the audio amplifier Q1021 (AK2342B) to Q1015
(M62364FP) which adjusts the microphone gain. The adjusted audio is applied to the compander Q1010
(LA8630M) which compresses the speech signal according to a control command from the microprocessor Q1047
(LC87F74C8A).
The compressed speech signal passes through the
dummy unit and pre-emphasis circuit to Q1021, which
contains the low-pass filter, Voice Scrambler selector, and
high-pass filter.
The output from Q1021 is applied to the AF mute gate
Q1055 (2SK3541), then returns to Q1021, which contains the limiter amplifier, splatter filter and audio amplifier.
The filtered audio signal is applied to Q1015
(M62364FP) which is adjusts the audio level, then is applied to varactor diode D1017 (HVD350B), which frequency modulates the VCO Q1033 (2SK508). A portion
of the audio signal from Q1015 is applied to TCXO X1002
(TTS05VS).
The processed audio may then be mixed with a CTCSS
tone generated by Q1047 (LC87F74C8A) for frequency
modulation of the PLL carrier (up to ±5 kHz from the
unmodulated carrier) at the transmitting frequency.
If a CDCSS code is enabled for transmission, the code
is generated by microprocessor Q1047 and delivered to
X1002 (TCXO TTS05VS) for CDCSS modulating.
The modulated signal from the VCO Q1033 (2SK508K52) is buffered by Q1026 (2SC5005). The low-level
transmit signal then passes through the T/R switching di-
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Circuit Description
ode D1048 (HSC277TRF) to the buffer amplifier Q1024
(2SC5005), pre driver amplifier Q1020 (2SC3357),
driver amplifier Q1014 (RD01MUS1), and then the amplified transmit signal is applied to the final amplifier
Q1008 (RD07MVS1), which delivers up to 5 watts of
output power.
The transmit signal then passes through the antenna switch
D1004 (RLS135) and is low-pass filtered, to suppress harmonic spurious radiation before delivery to the antenna.
Automatic Transmit Power Control
Current from the final amplifier is sampled by R1015,
R1038 and R1040, and is rectified by Q1003 (IMZ2A).
The resulting DC is fed back through Q1002 (UMX1) to
the drive amplifier Q1014 and final amplifier Q1008, for
control of the power output.
The microprocessor selects “High” or “Low” power levels.
Transmit Inhibit
When the transmit PLL is unlocked, pin 7 of PLL IC
Q1005 (MB15A01PFV) goes to a logic “Low.” The resulting DC unlock control voltage is passed to pin 10 of
the microprocessor Q1047. While the transmit PLL is unlocked, pin 31 of Q1047 remains high, which then turns
off Q1012 (CPH6102) and the Automatic Power Controller Q1002 (UMX1) to disable the supply voltage to
the pre-drive amplifier Q1024, drive amplifier Q1014/
Q1020 and final amplifier Q1008, thereby disabling the
transmitter.
Spurious Suppression
Generation of spurious products by the transmitter is
minimized by the fundamental carrier frequency being
equal to final transmitting frequency, modulated directly
in the transmit VCO. Additional harmonic suppression is
provided by a low-pass filter consisting of coils L1001,
L1002, and L1003 plus capacitors C1001, C1002, C1021,
C1022, C1023, C1024, C1025, C1026, and C1027, resulting in more than 60 dB of harmonic suppression prior
to delivery of the RF signal to the antenna.
PLL Frequency Synthesizer
The PLL circuitry on the Main Unit consists of VCO
Q1030, Q1033 (both 2SK508-K52), VCO buffer Q1026
(2SC5005), and PLL subsystem IC Q1051
(MB15A01PFV1), which contains a reference divider,
serial-to-parallel data latch, programmable divider, phase
comparator and charge pump, and TCXO unit X1002
(TTS05VS) which yields frequency stability of ±2.5ppm
@ –22°F to +140°F (–30°C to +60°C).
While receiving, VCO Q1030 oscillates between
399.15 and 439.15 MHz according to the transceiver version and the programmed receiving frequency. The VCO
output is buffered by Q1026, then applied to the prescaler
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section of Q1051. There the VCO signal is divided by 64
or 65, according to a control signal from the data latch
section of Q1051, before being sent to the programmable
divider section of Q1051.
The data latch section of Q1051 also receives serial
dividing data from the microprocessor Q1047, which
causes the pre-divided VCO signal to be further divided
in the programmable divider section, depending upon the
desired receive frequency, so as to produce a 5.0 kHz or
6.25 kHz derivative of the current VCO frequency.
Meanwhile, the reference divider section of Q1051 divides the 16.80 MHz crystal reference from the reference
oscillator Q1051, by 3360 (or 2688) to produce the 5.0
kHz (or 6.25 kHz) loop references (respectively).
The 5.0 kHz (or 6.25 kHz) signal from the programmable divider (derived from the VCO) and that derived
from the reference oscillator are applied to the phase detector section of Q1051, which produces a pulsed output
with pulse duration depending on the phase difference between the input signals.
This pulse train is filtered to DC and returned to
varactors D1021, D1022, D1023, and D1024 (all
HVC355B). Changes in the level of the DC voltage are
applied to the varactors, affecting the reference in the tank
circuit of the VCO according to the phase difference between the signals derived from the VCO and the crystal
reference oscillator.
The VCO is thus phase-locked to the crystal reference
oscillator. The output of the VCO Q1030 (2SK508), after buffering by Q1026, is applied to the first mixer as
described previously.
For transmission, the VCO Q1033 (2SK508) oscillates between 450.00 and 490.00 MHz according to the
model version and programmed transmit frequency. The
remainder of the PLL circuitry is shared with the receiver.
However, the dividing data from the microprocessor is such
that the VCO frequency is at the actual transmit frequency
(rather than offset for IFs, as in the receiving case). Also,
the VCO is modulated by the speech audio applied to
D1017 (HVC350B), as described previously.
Receive and transmit buses select which VCO is made
active, using Q1028, Q1031, Q1032 (all RT1N441U).
Miscellaneous Circuits
Push-To-Talk Transmit Activation
The PTT switch on the microphone is connected to pin
22 of microprocessor Q1047, so that when the PTT switch
is closed, pin 27 of Q1047 goes high. This signal disables
the receiver by disabling the 5V supply bus at Q1022
(DTB123EK) to the front-end, FM IF subsystem IC
Q1048 and the receiver VCO circuitry.
At the same time, Q1013 (UMX1N) and Q1012
(CPH6102) activate the transmit 5V supply line to enable the transmitter.
Alignment
Introduction
The VX-410/-420 series has been aligned at the factory for the specified performance across the entire frequency range specified. Realignment should therefore not
be necessary except in the event of a component failure.
All component replacement and service should be performed only by an authorized Vertex Standard representative, or the warranty policy may be voided.
The following procedures cover the sometimes critical
and tedious adjustments that are not normally required once
the transceiver has left the factory. However, if damage
occurs and some parts are replaced, realignment may be
required. If a sudden problem occurs during normal operation, it is likely due to component failure; realignment
should not be done until after the faulty component has
been replaced.
We recommend that servicing be performed only by
authorized Vertex Standard service technicians who are
experienced with the circuitry and fully equipped for repair and alignment. Therefore, if a fault is suspected, contact the dealer from whom the transceiver was purchased
for instructions regarding repair. Authorized Vertex Standard service technicians realign all circuits and make complete performance checks to ensure compliance with factory specifications after replacing any faulty components.
Those who do undertake any of the following alignments
are cautioned to proceed at their own risk. Problems caused
by unauthorized attempts at realignment are not covered
by the warranty policy. Also, Vertex Standard must reserve the right to change circuits and alignment procedures in the interest of improved performance, without
notifying owners. Under no circumstances should any
alignment be attempted unless the normal function and
operation of the transceiver are clearly understood, the
cause of the malfunction has been clearly pinpointed and
any faulty components replaced, and the need for realignment determined to be absolutely necessary. The following test equipment (and thorough familiarity with its correct use) is necessary for complete realignment. Correction of problems caused by misalignment resulting from
use of improper test equipment is not covered under the
warranty policy. While most steps do not require all of the
equipment listed, the interactions of some adjustments may
require that more complex adjustments be performed afterwards. Do not attempt to perform only a single step
unless it is clearly isolated electrically from all other steps.
Have all test equipment ready before beginning, and follow all of the steps in a section in the order presented.
Required Test Equipment
Ì Avionics Radio Tester with calibrated output level at 1
GHz
Ì In-line Wattmeter with 5% accuracy at 1 GHz
Ì 50-ohm, 10-W RF Dummy Load
Ì Regulated DC Power Supply (standard 7.5V DC, 2A)
Ì Frequency Counter: ±0.2 ppm accuracy at 1 GHz
Ì AF Signal Generator
Ì AC Voltmeter
Ì DC Voltmeter
Ì UHF Sampling Coupler
Ì Microsoft® Windows®95 or later operating system
Ì Vertex Standard CT-42 Connection Cable and CE64
Alignment program
Alignment Preparation & Precautions
A 50-ohm RF Dummy load and in-line wattmeter must
be connected to the main antenna jack in all procedures
that call for transmission, except where specified otherwise. Correct alignment is not possible with an antenna.
After completing one step, read the following step to
determine whether the same test equipment will be required. If not, remove the test equipment (except dummy
load and wattmeter, if connected) before proceeding.
Correct alignment requires that the ambient temperature be the same as that of the transceiver and test equipment, and that this temperature be held constant between
68°~ 86°F (20° and 30°C). When the transceiver is brought
into the shop from hot or cold air, it should be allowed
time to come to room temperature before alignment.
Whenever possible, alignments should be made with
oscillator shields and circuit boards firmly affixed in place.
Also, the test equipment must be thoroughly warmed up
before beginning.
Note:Signal levels in dB referred to in this procedure are
based on 0 dBµ = 0.5 µV (closed circuit).
Important Note
When connecting the CT-42 plug into the MIC/SP
jack of the VX-410/-420 series, you must remove the
plastic cap and its mounting screws prior to programming. Please remember to re-attach the cap and screws
when the programming is complete.
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Alignment
Set up the test equipment as shown below for transceiver alignment, and apply 7.5V DC power to the transceiver.
RF Signal
Generator
Inline Wattmeter
Deviation Meter
Frequency
Counter
RF Sampling
Coupler
Transceiver
CT-42 connection
Cable
MIC/EAR
Power Supply
7.5V DC
PC
COM port
The transceiver must be programmed for use in the
intended system before alignment is attempted. The RF
parameters are loaded from the file during the alignment
process.
In order to facilitate alignment over the complete operating rang of the equipment, it is recommended that the
channel data in the transceiver be preset as per the chart
below.
Channels
Frequency CTCSS Tone DCS code
Low Band Edge
450.000 MHz
(Channel 1)
Band Center
470.000 MHz
(Channel 2)
High Band Edge
490.000 MHz
(Channel 3)
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–
–
151.4 Hz
–
–
627
The alignment tool outline
Installation of the Alignment tool
The “alignment mode” is a software-based protocol,
accessed by an “Alignment Mode” command from the
computer while switching the transceiver on. It is operated by the alignment tool automatically. During use of
the alignment mode, normal operation is suspended. The
alignment tool program provides all needed operation capability.
Alignment Sequence
Although the data displayed on the computer’s screen
during alignment is temporary data, it is important you
follow the basic alignment sequence precisely, so that the
displayed data and the data loaded into the transceiver are
identical.
Basic Alignment Sequence
1. Enter the alignment mode
2. Upload data from transceiver
3. Align data
4. Download data to transceiver
Alignment
PLL VCV (Varactor Control Voltage)
Transmitter Output Power
Ì Connect the DC voltmeter between TP1045 on the
Main Unit and ground.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 3 (high band edge), and adjust L1036 on the Main Unit for 4.0 V ± 0.1 V on the
DC voltmeter.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 1 (low band edge), and confirm the low-end VCV is more than 0.9 V while receiving.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 3 (high band edge), and adjust L1038 on the Main Unit for 4.0 V ± 0.1 V while
transmitting.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 1 (low band edge), and confirm the low-end VCV is more than 0.9 V while transmitting.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center).
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “RF
Power {High}” or “RF Power {Low}” box, then press
the [ENTER] key to open the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [] arrow keys so that the power meter
reading is 5.0 W (± 0.1 W) (for “RF Power High”) or
1.0 W (± 0.1 W) (for “RF Power Low”). Confirm that
the current consumption is 2.3 A or lower (for “RF
Power High”) or 1.0 A or lower (for “RF Power Low”).
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
Reference Frequency
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center) via the “CH”
box on the “Alignment” window previously.
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “RF
Frequency” box, then press the [ENTER] key to open
the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [] arrow keys so that the frequency
counter displays the band center frequency (±100 Hz)
for the version being aligned.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
L1036 L1038
MAX Deviation
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center).
Ì Inject a 1 kHz tone at –17 dBm to the MIC jack.
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “MAX
Deviation” box, then press the [ENTER] key to open
the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [ ] arrow keys so that the deviation
meter reading is ±4.2 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 25 kHz steps)
or ±2.1 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 12.5 kHz steps) deviation.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
TP1045
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Alignment
CTCSS Deviation
DTMF Deviation
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center).
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the
“CTCSS Modulation” box, then press the [ENTER]
key to open the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [ ] arrow keys so that the deviation
meter reading is ±0.8 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 25 kHz steps)
or ±0.4 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 12.5 kHz steps) deviation.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center), then key the
transmitter, and confirm that the deviation is ±0.6 kHz
~ ±0.9 kHz (for 25 kHz steps) or ±0.35 kHz ~ ±0.6
kHz (for 12.5 kHz steps).
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center).
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the
“DTMF Deviation” box, then press the [ENTER] key
to open the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [ ] arrow keys so that the deviation
meter reading is ±3.0 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 25 kHz steps)
or ±1.5 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 12.5 kHz steps) deviation.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
MAX Ref Deviation
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center).
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “MAX
Ref Deviation” box, then press the [ENTER] key to
open the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [ ] arrow keys so that the deviation
meter reading is ±0.7 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 25 kHz steps)
or ±0.45 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 12.5 kHz steps) deviation.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
STD Deviation
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 2 (band center).
Ì Inject a 1 kHz tone at –37 dBm to the MIC jack.
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “MIC
Sensitivity” box, then press the [ENTER] key to open
the pop-up window.
CLONE GND
SP
IN
Ì Use the [] or [ ] arrow keys so that the deviation
meter reading is ±3.0 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 25 kHz steps)
or ±1.5 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 12.5 kHz steps) deviation.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
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DCS Deviation
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 3 (high band edge).
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “DCS
Modulation” box, then press the [ENTER] key to open
the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [ ] arrow keys so that the deviation
meter reading is ±0.7 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 25 kHz steps)
or ±0.45 kHz (±0.1 kHz) (for 12.5 kHz steps) deviation.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
Sensitivity
Ì Set the transceiver to CH 3 (high band edge).
Ì Tune the RF signal generator to the same frequency as
the transceiver’s, then set the generator output level to
40 dBµ with ±3.0 kHz deviation @ 1 kHz tone modulation.
Ì To adjustment, click the left mouse button on the “RX
Sensitivity” box, then press the [ENTER] key to open
the pop-up window.
Ì Use the [] or [] arrow keys to tune for best sensitivity; ultimately, the radio should be aligned so that
the RF signal generator output level is –6 dBµ EMF
(0.25 µV) or less for 12 dB SINAD.
Ì Press the “OK” box to lock in the new data.
This completes the internal alignment routine. To save all
settings and exit, press the “OK” box.
MAIN Unit
Circuit Diagram
Wide:0V
Narrow:0V
4.79V
Wide:3.39V
Narrow:0V
1.76V
0.76V
0.73V
2.57V
0V
4.83V
2.23V (0.0V)
0.08V
(2.24V)
0V
<2.29V>
{0.84V}
0.08V
(4.10V)
0.80V (0.79V)
0.81V
(1.75V)
0V
(4.95V)
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(1.48V)
0.08V
(4.33V)
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Narrow:0V
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(0V)
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3.13V
(3.15V)
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0.80V (0.78V) 0V
(0V)
0V
<2.94V>
{1.10V}
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0V
(1.7V)
0V
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{0.50V}
0.08V
(0.72V)
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{7.38V}
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(0.46V)
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(4.98V)
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(3.97V)
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(0.81V)
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0.02V
(3.42V)
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{6.76V}
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(3.29V)
4.95V
(4.98V)
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(3.01V)
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(4.66V)
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(3.56V)
Wide:0V
Narrow:3.04V
2.95V (3.00V)
7.48V (7.39V)
3.58V
(3.63V)
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(3.58V)
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(3.55V)
3.57V
3.56V (3.62V)
(3.61V)
3.59V
[3.50V]
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[7.48V]
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[3.59V]
7.49V
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(3.33V)
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(3.57V)
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7.49V
[7.48V]
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[3.45V]
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[2.84V]
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(3.40V)
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[0.95V]
2.13V [1.05V]
3.35V
(3.39V)
0V
[2.93V]
0V
[2.93V]
3.50V
(2.76V)
3.5V (3.5V)
3.56V
(3.56V)
1.81V (1.86V)
1.80V
(1.84V)
3.52V
(3.57V)
1.65V
3.5V
(3.5V)
0.0V
(4.97V)
SQL open : 0.60V
SQL close : 0.73V
SQL open:6.73V
SQL close:7.49V
0.0V
(0.0V)
SQL open : 7.49V
SQL close : 0.16V
7.48V
(7.40V)
7.48V
(7.39V)
4.95V
(5.02V)
3.57V
(3.62V)
0.0V (5.02V)
3.57V (3.62V)
3.56V (3.61V)
3.50V
(3.55V)
SQL open : 0.0V
SQL close : 0.0V
SQL open : 0.25V
SQL close : 7.48V
SQL open : 3.41V
SQL close : 0.73V
3.50V
(3.06V)
7.48V
(7.40V)
3.62V
(3.69V)
3.02V
(3.22V)
4.91V
(0.0V)
3.44V
(0.0V)
0.0V
(0.0V)
3.55V (3.60V)
RX : XX
TX : (XX)
TX HIGH : <XX>
TX LOW : {XX}
LED on : [XX]
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Note:
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MAIN Unit
Parts Layout
A
B
D
C
E
1
2
3
Side A
NJM2070M
(Q1005)
CPH6102 (AB)
(Q1007)
DTA144EE (16)
(Q1039)
2SC4154E (LE)
(Q1006, 1034,1037,
1044, 1045)
BD4835FVE (DR)
(Q1040)
12-22SURSYGC/S530-A2/TR8
(D1039)
IMZ2 (Z2)
(Q1003)
UMX1N (X1)
(Q1002, 1063)
2SA1602A (MF)
(Q1004)
DTC114TE (04)
(Q1035, 1046)
DA221 (K)
(D1020)
LC87F74C8A
(Q1047)
NJM12904R
(Q1054)
BR93L56RFVM-WTR
(Q1036)
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MAIN Unit
Parts Layout
b
a
d
c
e
1
2
3
Side B
AK2342B
(Q1021)
LA8630M
(Q1010)
22
M62364FP
(Q1015)
TC7W74FU
(Q1062)
TA31136FN
(Q1048)
2SC3357-T2
(Q1020)
MB15A01PFV1
(Q1051)
RD01MUS1
(Q1014)
RD07MVS1
(Q1008)
NJU7007F2-TE1
(Q1060)
CPH6102 (AB)
(Q1012, 1017, 1058)
UMX1N (X1)
(Q1013, 1018, 1059)
NJM2871AF35
(Q1025)
2SA1602A (MF)
(Q1009)
2SK3541
(Q1011, 1038,
1055)
2SK508 (K52)
(Q1030, 1033)
DTB123EK (F12)
(Q1022)
3SK320 (U7)
(Q1029)
UMC5N (C5)
(Q1043)
DTC144EE (26)
(Q1023, 1028, 1031,
1032, 1052, 1056,
1061)
2SC4154E (LE)
(Q1016, 1027)
2SC5005 (73)
(Q1024, 1026)
2SC5006 (24)
(Q1019)
2SC4215Y (QY)
(Q1041)
DAN222 (N)
(D1044, 1045)
DA221 (K)
(D1036)
MAIN Unit
Parts List
REF.
DESCRIPTION
VALUE
V/W
TOL.
MFR’S DESIG
PCB with Components
C 1002
C 1002
C 1006
C 1007
C 1008
C 1009
C 1011
C 1013
C 1015
C 1016
C 1018
C 1019
C 1020
C 1021
C 1022
C 1023
C 1024
C 1025
C 1027
C 1028
C 1029
C 1030
C 1031
C 1032
C 1033
C 1035
C 1036
C 1037
C 1038
C 1039
C 1041
C 1042
C 1043
C 1044
C 1045
C 1046
C 1047
C 1048
C 1050
C 1052
C 1054
C 1055
C 1057
C 1059
C 1060
C 1061
C 1061
C 1062
C 1063
C 1065
C 1066
C 1068
C 1071
C 1072
C 1073
C 1074
C 1075
C 1076
C 1077
C 1078
C 1079
C 1080
C 1081
C 1082
Printed Circuit Board
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CHIP CAP.
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CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
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CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
15pF
47pF
0.001uF
0.01uF
0.001uF
2.2uF
0.001uF
0.001uF
100pF
0.1uF
220uF
220pF
2.2uF
27pF
15pF
1pF
2pF
3pF
3pF
0.001uF
4pF
7pF
0.001uF
7pF
7pF
0.001uF
0.001uF
0.01uF
100pF
100pF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
4.7uF
0.0047uF
220pF
100pF
220pF
0.1uF
22uF
10uF
4pF
3pF
100pF
18pF
27pF
10uF
0.001uF
15pF
15pF
0.001uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
1uF
4.7uF
2.2uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
10uF
0.1uF
2.2uF
10uF
0.1uF
50V
50V
50V
16V
50V
6.3V
50V
50V
50V
10V
10V
25V
6.3V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
50V
50V
10V
10V
10V
10V
16V
25V
25V
50V
25V
10V
16V
6.3V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
50V
35V
10V
10V
16V
6.3V
10V
10V
6.3V
10V
6.3V
6.3V
10V
CH
CH
B
B
B
B
B
CH
B
CH
CH
CH
CK
CK
CJ
CJ
B
CH
CH
B
CH
CH
B
B
B
CH
CH
B
B
B
B
B
CH
CH
CH
B
CH
CJ
CH
CH
CH
B
CH
CH
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
GRM36CH150J50PT
GRM36CH470J50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B102K50PT
TESVA0J225M1-8R
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
EEE1AA221XP
GRM36CH221J25PT
TESVA0J225M1-8R
GRM36CH270J50PT
GRM36CH150J50PT
GRM36CK010C50PT
GRM36CK020C50PT
GRM36CJ030C50PT
GRM36CJ030C50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36CH070D50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH070D50PT
GRM36CH070D50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVA1C475M-8R
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36CH221J25PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36CH221J25PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVB21C226M-8R
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36CJ030C50PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36CH180J50PT
GRM36CH270J50PT
TEMSVB21C106M-8R
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH150J50PT
GRM36CH150J50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
TESVA1V104M1-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
ECJ2FB1A105K
TEMSVA1C475M-8R
TESVA0J225M1-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
TESVA0J225M1-8R
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
VXSTD P/N
VERS.
CB2435001 LCD ON
CB2435002 LCD OFF
FR010220D
K22178216
K22178228
K22178809
K22128804
K22178809
K78080009
K22178809
K22178809
K22178236
K22108802
K48100007
K22148203
K78080009
K22178222
K22178216
K22178202
K22178204
K22178205
K22178205
K22178809
K22178206
K22178209
K22178809
K22178209
K22178209
K22178809
K22178809
K22128804
K22178236
K22178236
K22108802
K22108802
K22108802
K22108802
K78120031
K22148830
K22148203
K22178236
K22148203
K22108802
K78120028
K78080027
K22178206
K22178205
K22178236
K22178218
K22178222
K78120025
K22178809
K22178216
K22178216
K22178809
K78160025
K22108802
K22100806
K78120031
K78080009
K22108802
K22108802
K78080027
K22108802
K78080009
K78080027
K22108802
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
11
211111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
211111111111111111-
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
B
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
a1
a1
E1
D1
E1
D1
E1
C1
E3
E2
a2
E2
E2
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
b1
a1
E1
E1
E1
b1
b1
C1
C1
C1
e1
C1
e1
D3
D3
D2
E2
E2
E2
a1
a2
a1
b1
b1
b1
b1
b1
b1
b1
d1
D1
d1
d3
d3
d3
d3
d2
d3
d3
d2
d3
23
MAIN Unit
REF.
C 1083
C 1084
C 1085
C 1088
C 1089
C 1090
C 1091
C 1092
C 1094
C 1095
C 1096
C 1097
C 1098
C 1099
C 1100
C 1101
C 1102
C 1103
C 1104
C 1105
C 1107
C 1108
C 1109
C 1110
C 1111
C 1112
C 1113
C 1114
C 1115
C 1116
C 1118
C 1120
C 1124
C 1125
C 1126
C 1127
C 1129
C 1131
C 1132
C 1132
C 1133
C 1133
C 1134
C 1135
C 1136
C 1137
C 1138
C 1139
C 1140
C 1141
C 1141
C 1143
C 1144
C 1146
C 1147
C 1149
C 1150
C 1151
C 1152
C 1153
C 1154
C 1155
C 1156
C 1157
C 1158
C 1159
C 1160
24
DESCRIPTION
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
VALUE
0.1uF
1uF
4pF
0.1uF
12pF
10pF
0.001uF
0.001uF
100pF
0.001uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.001uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.0047uF
0.01uF
0.0022uF
0.1uF
10uF
0.0047uF
0.001uF
1uF
0.001uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
4pF
0.001uF
8pF
2pF
0.001uF
2.2uF
1uF
1uF
150pF
270pF
47pF
22pF
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.0047uF
22pF
0.0047uF
47pF
22pF
10pF
0.0047uF
0.01uF
8pF
0.001uF
4pF
2pF
8pF
27pF
5pF
2pF
5pF
7pF
0.001uF
330pF
1pF
V/W
10V
16V
50V
10V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
10V
10V
16V
10V
16V
50V
10V
10V
16V
25V
16V
50V
10V
6.3V
25V
50V
16V
50V
10V
10V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
10V
10V
10V
50V
25V
50V
50V
16V
16V
10V
10V
25V
50V
25V
50V
50V
50V
25V
16V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
TOL.
B
CH
B
CH
CH
B
B
CH
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
B
CH
CK
B
B
B
B
CH
CH
CH
CH
B
B
B
B
B
CH
B
CH
CH
CH
B
B
CH
B
CH
CK
CH
CH
CH
CK
CH
CH
B
B
CK
MFR’S DESIG
GRM36B104K10PT
TESVA1C105M1-8R
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36CH120J50PT
GRM36CH100D50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B222K50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36B102K50PT
TEMSVA21C105M-8R
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH080D50PT
GRM36CK020C50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
ECJ2FB1A225K
ECJ2FB1A105K
ECJ2FB1A105K
GRM36CH151J50PT
GRM36CH271J25PT
GRM36CH470J50PT
GRM36CH220J50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36CH220J50PT
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36CH470J50PT
GRM36CH220J50PT
GRM36CH100D50PT
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36CH080D50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36CK020C50PT
GRM36CH080D50PT
GRM36CH270J50PT
GRM36CH050C50PT
GRM36CK020C50PT
GRM36CH050C50PT
GRM36CH070D50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B331K50PT
GRM36CK010C50PT
VXSTD P/N
K22108802
K78120009
K22178206
K22108802
K22178214
K22178212
K22178809
K22178809
K22178236
K22178809
K22108802
K22108802
K22128804
K22108802
K22128804
K22178809
K22108802
K22108802
K22128804
K22148830
K22128804
K22178813
K22108802
K78080027
K22148830
K22178809
K78120024
K22178809
K22108802
K22108802
K22178206
K22178809
K22178210
K22178204
K22178809
K22100807
K22100806
K22100806
K22178240
K22148248
K22178228
K22178220
K22128804
K22128804
K22108802
K22108802
K22148830
K22178220
K22148830
K22178228
K22178220
K22178212
K22148830
K22128804
K22178210
K22178809
K22178206
K22178204
K22178210
K22178222
K22178207
K22178204
K22178207
K22178209
K22178809
K22178803
K22178202
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
11111111111111111111111111111111111111131
211111111
21111111111111111-
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
d2
d2
a2
a2
c1
c1
c1
b1
c1
c1
c1
D2
d1
e1
d1
d1
e1
d1
d1
d1
d1
e1
e1
e3
e1
e3
D2
e3
E2
D2
a2
a2
c1
c1
d1
d2
e1
e1
e1
e1
e1
e1
d1
d1
d1
e2
e1
e1
e1
d1
d1
e1
D2
D2
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
a2
a2
a2
a2
a2
a2
a2
a2
c1
c1
c1
c1
MAIN Unit
REF.
C 1161
C 1162
C 1163
C 1164
C 1165
C 1166
C 1167
C 1168
C 1169
C 1170
C 1171
C 1172
C 1174
C 1175
C 1176
C 1177
C 1178
C 1179
C 1180
C 1182
C 1183
C 1184
C 1186
C 1187
C 1188
C 1189
C 1190
C 1191
C 1192
C 1194
C 1195
C 1196
C 1197
C 1198
C 1199
C 1200
C 1201
C 1203
C 1204
C 1205
C 1207
C 1208
C 1209
C 1210
C 1211
C 1212
C 1213
C 1214
C 1215
C 1217
C 1218
C 1219
C 1220
C 1223
C 1224
C 1226
C 1227
C 1228
C 1229
C 1230
C 1231
C 1232
C 1233
C 1234
C 1235
C 1238
C 1239
DESCRIPTION
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
VALUE
220pF
4.7uF
4.7uF
0.001uF
1uF
1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
470pF
10uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
0.001uF
27pF
10pF
2pF
4pF
0.001uF
3pF
4pF
0.001uF
1pF
1pF
8pF
4.7uF
4.7uF
220pF
0.5pF
0.1uF
10uF
0.001uF
0.01uF
7pF
12pF
0.001uF
0.001uF
8pF
4.7uF
5pF
15pF
0.001uF
2pF
0.001uF
220pF
4pF
4pF
10pF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
9pF
0.022uF
9pF
0.01uF
0.047uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
10uF
1.5uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
9pF
0.1uF
V/W
25V
6.3V
16V
50V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
50V
6.3V
10V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
6.3V
6.3V
25V
50V
10V
6.3V
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
6.3V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
25V
50V
50V
50V
10V
10V
50V
50V
16V
50V
16V
35V
20V
10V
16V
6.3V
16V
10V
10V
10V
50V
10V
TOL.
CH
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
CH
CK
CH
B
CJ
CH
B
CK
CK
CH
CH
CK
B
B
B
CH
CH
B
B
CH
CH
CH
B
CK
B
CH
CH
CH
CH
B
B
B
CH
B
CH
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
B
MFR’S DESIG
GRM36CH221J25PT
TEMSVA0J475M-8R
TEMSVA1C475M-8R
GRM36B102K50PT
ECJ2FB1A105K
ECJ2FB1A105K
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B471K50PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH270J50PT
GRM36CH100D50PT
GRM36CK020C50PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CJ030C50PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CK010C50PT
GRM36CK010C50PT
GRM36CH080D50PT
TESVSP0J475M-8R
TESVSP0J475M-8R
GRM36CH221J25PT
GRM36CK0R5B50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36CH070D50PT
GRM36CH120J50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH080D50PT
TEMSVA0J475M-8R
GRM36CH050C50PT
GRM36CH150J50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CK020C50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH221J25PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36CH040C50PT
GRM36CH100D50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH090D50PT
GRM36B223K16PT
GRM36CH090D50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
TESVA1V473M1-8R
TEMSVA21D104M-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B103K16PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
TESVA1C155M1-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36CH090D50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
VXSTD P/N
VERS.
K22148203
K78080017
K78120031
K22178809
K22100806
K22100806
K22108802
K22108802
K22108802
K22108802
K22178805
K78080027
K22108802
K22178809
K22178809
K22178222
K22178212
K22178204
K22178206
K22178809
K22178205
K22178206
K22178809
K22178202
K22178202
K22178210
K78080053
K78080053
K22148203
K22178285
K22108802
K78080027
K22178809
K22128804
K22178209
K22178214
K22178809
K22178809
K22178210
K78080017
K22178207
K22178216
K22178809
K22178204
K22178809
K22148203
K22178206
K22178206
K22178212
K22108802 W/LCD
K22108802
K22178809
K22178211
K22128806
K22178211
K22128804
K78160023
K78130020
K22108802
K22128804
K78080027
K78120020
K22108802
K22108802
K22108802 W/LCD
K22178211
K22108802
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
b2
b2
e2
e2
e1
e1
e2
D2
e3
e2
d2
e1
e1
e1
e1
a2
a2
a3
b2
D2
c1
c2
c2
c2
c2
c1
b2
b2
c2
c2
e2
e2
e2
e1
b2
b2
b2
b2
c2
b2
c2
c2
c1
b1
c2
b2
c2
c2
c2
C3
D2
D2
D2
D3
b2
b3
c2
d2
d1
d1
d1
d2
d1
E1
C3
D2
D2
25
MAIN Unit
REF.
C 1241
C 1242
C 1243
C 1244
C 1245
C 1246
C 1248
C 1250
C 1251
C 1252
C 1256
C 1257
C 1259
C 1260
C 1261
C 1262
C 1263
C 1264
C 1265
C 1266
C 1267
C 1268
C 1269
C 1270
C 1271
C 1273
C 1274
C 1275
C 1276
C 1278
C 1279
C 1280
C 1281
C 1283
CD1001
CF1001
CF1002
D 1001
D 1002
D 1004
D 1005
D 1006
D 1007
D 1008
D 1009
D 1010
D 1012
D 1013
D 1014
D 1015
D 1016
D 1017
D 1018
D 1019
D 1020
D 1021
D 1022
D 1023
D 1024
D 1025
D 1026
D 1027
D 1028
D 1029
D 1030
D 1031
D 1032
26
DESCRIPTION
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CERAMIC DISC
CERAMIC FILTER
CERAMIC FILTER
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
LED
LED
LED
LED
DIODE
DIODE
VALUE
0.001uF
0.01uF
0.001uF
0.001uF
0.047uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
82pF
0.1uF
100pF
27pF
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.001uF
82pF
5pF
0.0047uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
220pF
220pF
0.01uF
0.001uF
100pF
100pF
0.01uF
100pF
0.1uF
0.1uF
10uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
4.7uF
V/W
50V
16V
50V
50V
10V
10V
10V
50V
50V
10V
50V
50V
16V
16V
50V
50V
50V
25V
10V
10V
50V
50V
16V
50V
50V
50V
16V
50V
10V
10V
6.3V
10V
10V
16V
TOL.
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
B
CH
CH
B
B
B
CH
CH
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
CH
B
CH
B
B
B
B
MFR’S DESIG
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B473K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH820J50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36CH270J50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH820J50PT
GRM36CH050C50PT
GRM36B472K25PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B221K50PT
GRM36B221K50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36CH101J50PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
TEMSVA1C475M-8R
ECDA450C24
ELFC450G
ELFY450E
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
RLS135 TE-11
HSU277TRF
HSU277TRF
HVD350B
HVD350B
HVD350B
HVD350B
HVD350B
HVD350B
HSC277TRF
1SS400G T2R
HVD350B
HVD350B
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
DA221 TL
HVD350B
HVD350B
HVD350B
HVD350B
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
LNJ808K8SRA
LNJ808K8SRA
LNJ808K8SRA
LNJ808K8SRA
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
VXSTD P/N
K22178809
K22128804
K22178809
K22178809
K22108801
K22108802
K22108802
K22178809
K22178234
K22108802
K22178236
K22178222
K22128804
K22128804
K22178809
K22178234
K22178207
K22148830
K22108802
K22108802
K22178801
K22178801
K22128804
K22178809
K22178236
K22178236
K22128804
K22178236
K22108802
K22108802
K78080027
K22108802
K22108802
K78120031
H7901460
H3900538
H3900549
G2070934
G2070934
G2070128
G2070118
G2070118
G2070946
G2070946
G2070946
G2070946
G2070946
G2070946
G2070584
G2070934
G2070946
G2070946
G2070934
G2070934
G2070178
G2070946
G2070946
G2070946
G2070946
G2070934
G2070934
G2070790
G2070790
G2070790
G2070790
G2070934
G2070934
VERS.
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
A
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
D3
D3
b2
b2
c2
c2
d2
c2
c2
c3
d1
d2
d2
d2
d2
c2
d2
d2
d3
c3
c3
c3
c3
e2
c1
c1
d2
d1
c3
C1
c2
c2
d3
e2
c2
c3
b3
C1
C1
a1
a1
a1
a2
a2
a2
a2
a2
a2
c2
b2
a3
c2
E2
e2
D3
b2
b2
b1
b1
E1
E1
B1
A1
B2
A2
e2
e2
MAIN Unit
REF.
DESCRIPTION
D 1033
D 1034
D 1035
D 1036
D 1037
D 1038
D 1039
D 1040
D 1042
D 1043
D 1044
D 1045
D 1046
D 1047
D 1048
D 1049
D 1054
DS1001
F 1001
FB1002
FB1003
FB1004
J 1001
J 1002
J 1003
J 1004
L 1001
L 1002
L 1003
L 1004
L 1005
L 1006
L 1007
L 1008
L 1009
L 1010
L 1011
L 1012
L 1013
L 1014
L 1015
L 1016
L 1017
L 1018
L 1019
L 1020
L 1021
L 1025
L 1026
L 1027
L 1028
L 1029
L 1030
L 1031
L 1032
L 1033
L 1034
L 1035
L 1036
L 1037
L 1038
L 1039
L 1040
L 1041
L 1042
MC1001
P 1001
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
LED
LED
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
SURGE ABSORBER
LCD
CHIP FUSE
CHIP COI
CHIP COI
CHIP COI
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
CONTACT
CONTACT
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
CHIP COIL
M.RFC
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
M.RFC
COIL
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
COIL
COIL
M.RFC
COIL
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
COIL
M.RFC
COIL
CHIP COIL
M.RFC
M.RFC
M.RFC
MICROPHONE ELEMENT
SPRING CONNECTOR
VALUE
V/W
TOL.
3A
0.22uH
0.82uH
0.018uH
0.0033uH
0.0033uH
0.012uH
0.012uH
0.012uH
0.082uH
0.015uH
0.015uH
0.018uH
0.018uH
0.068uH
0.018uH
0.047uH
0.022uH
0.022uH
0.22uH
0.22uH
1uH
0.022uH
0.82uH
0.082uH
0.082uH
0.039uH
0.22uH
15uH
0.22uH
0.22uH
0.12uH
2%
5%
5%
5%
MFR’S DESIG
VXSTD P/N
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
DA221 TL
HVD350B
HVD350B
12-22SURSYGC/S530-A2/TR8
TLOU1008A(TAPE)
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
DAN222 TL
DAN222 TL
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
HSC277TRF
1SS400G T2R
TVSF0805
A15A008A
0434 003. 3.0A
BLM11P600SPT
BLM11P600SPT
BLM11P600SPT
HSJ1594-010055
AXK6S40535P
OG-503040
OG-503040
E2 0.28-1.0-6T-R
E2 0.5-1.4-2.5T-L
E2 0.45-1.5-4.5T-L
E2 0.45-1.5-4.5T-L
LQN21AR22J04
LK1608 R82K-T
E2 0.35-1.6-4.5T-L
AS030421-18NK
AS050221-3R3NK
E2 0.3-1.4-6T-L
AS050221-3R3NK
AS030321-12NK
E2 0.45-1.4-4T-L
HK1608 12NJ-T
AS030321-12NK
C1608CA-82NG
TFL0816-15
TFL0816-15
AS030421-18NK
AS030421-18NK
HK1608 68NJ-T
AS030421-18NK
HK1608 47NJ-T
HK1608 22NJ-T
C1608CA-22NJ
C1608CA-R22J
C1608CA-R22J
LK1608 1R0K-T
HK1608 22NJ-T
LK1608 R82K-T
HK1608 82NJ-T
HK1608 82NJ-T
AS030721-39NK
HK1608 R22J-T
E2 0.3-1.4-6T-L
LQH32MN150K23L
ELJ-NDR22JF
ELJ-NDR22JF
HK1608 R12J-T
SKB-2244S-C1033G04
G2070934
G2070934
G2070934
G2070178
G2070946
G2070946
G2070810
G2070958
G2070934
G2070934
G2070174
G2070174
G2070934
G2070934
G2070584
G2070934
Q9000807
G6090156
Q0000107
L1690601
L1690601
L1690601
P1090896
P0091209
S5000243
S5000243
L0022366
L0022613
L0022601
L0022601
L1690600
L1690417
L0022577
L0022584
L0022635
L0022455
L0022635
L0022582
L0022391
L1690517
L0022582
L1691044
L1690493
L1690493
L0022584
L0022584
L1690526
L0022584
L1690524
L1690520
L1691054
L1691068
L1691068
L1690687
L1690520
L1690417
L1690527
L1690527
L0022587
L1690940
L0022455
L1690089
L1690628
L1690628
L1690937
M3290039
R0152490
VERS.
W/LCD
W/LCD
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
B
B
A
B
B
B
A
A
A
B
B
B
e2
e2
D2
b2
b2
b2
E1
C3
D3
d3
c3
c3
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
A
B
E2
c2
e3
E1
C2
E3
D3
D3
D3
b3
e2
E2
E2
a1
a1
a1
a1
a1
E1
a1
a1
b1
b1
b1
a2
c1
c1
a2
a2
c1
d1
a2
a2
c1
a3
b2
c2
c2
c2
c2
e1
b2
b2
c2
c2
b2
b1
c2
D2
b1
b2
c2
D1
a1
27
MAIN Unit
REF.
Q 1002
Q 1003
Q 1004
Q 1005
Q 1006
Q 1007
Q 1008
Q 1009
Q 1010
Q 1011
Q 1012
Q 1013
Q 1014
Q 1015
Q 1016
Q 1017
Q 1018
Q 1019
Q 1020
Q 1021
Q 1022
Q 1024
Q 1025
Q 1026
Q 1027
Q 1028
Q 1029
Q 1030
Q 1031
Q 1032
Q 1033
Q 1034
Q 1035
Q 1036
Q 1037
Q 1038
Q 1039
Q 1040
Q 1041
Q 1043
Q 1044
Q 1045
Q 1046
Q 1047
Q 1048
Q 1051
Q 1052
Q 1054
Q 1055
Q 1056
Q 1058
Q 1059
Q 1060
Q 1061
Q 1062
Q 1063
R 1001
R 1002
R 1003
R 1004
R 1005
R 1006
R 1007
R 1008
R 1009
R 1010
R 1011
28
DESCRIPTION
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
IC
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
IC
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
FET
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
IC
IC
IC
TRANSISTOR
IC
FET
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
IC
TRANSISTOR
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
VALUE
33k
5.6k
390
2.2k
2.2
680
0
0
0
22k
68
V/W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
TOL.
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
MFR’S DESIG
VXSTD P/N
UMX1N TN
IMZ2A T108
2SA1602A-T11-1F
NJM2070M(TE2)
2SC4154-T11-1E
CPH6102-TL
RD07MVS1(TAPE)
2SA1602A-T11-1F
LA8630M-B-TE-R
2SK3541 T2L
CPH6102-TL
UMX1N TN
RD01MUS1(TAPE)
M62364FP 600D
2SC4154-T11-1E
CPH6102-TL
UMX1N TN
2SC5006-T1
2SC3357-T2 RF
AK2342B
DTB123EK T146
2SC5005-T1
NJM2871AF35(TAPE)
2SC5005-T1
2SC4154-T11-1E
DTC144EE TL
3SK320(TE85L)
2SK508-T2B K52
DTC144EE TL
DTC144EE TL
2SK508-T2B K52
2SC4154-T11-1E
DTC114TE TL
BR93L56RFVM-WTR
2SC4154-T11-1E
2SK3541 T2L
DTA144EE TL
BD4835FVE-TR
2SC4215Y TE85R
UMC5N TR
2SC4154-T11-1E
2SC4154-T11-1E
DTC114TE TL
LC87F74C8A-TQFP-E
TA31136FN(EL)
MB15A01PFV1-G-BND-EF
DTC144EE TL
NJM12904R(TE1)
2SK3541 T2L
DTC144EE TL
CPH6102-TL
UMX1N TN
NJU7007F2-TE1
DTC144EE TL
TC7W74FU TE12R
UMX1N TN
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 562JTH
RMC1/16S 391JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16 2R2JATP
RMC1/16S 681JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16 680JATP
G3070324
G3070060
G3116028F
G1092944
G3341548E
G3070223
G3070320
G3116028F
G1093452
G3835417
G3070223
G3070324
G3070321
G1093033
G3341548E
G3070223
G3070324
G3350068
G3333577F
G1093143
G3070022
G3350058
G1093899
G3350058
G3341548E
G3070075
G4803208
G3805087B
G3070075
G3070075
G3805087B
G3341548E
G3070225
G1093928
G3341548E
G3835417
G3070074
G1093967
G3342157Y
G3070137
G3341548E
G3341548E
G3070225
G1091605
G1092545
G3070075
G1093337
G3835417
G3070075
G3070223
G3070324
G1093617
G3070075
G1091788
G3070324
J24189043
J24189034
J24189020
J24189029
J24185229
J24189023
J24189070
J24189070
J24189070
J24189041
J24185680
VERS.
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
D1
E1
C1
E2
E3
E3
b1
d3
d3
d3
e3
e2
c1
d1
d1
e3
e3
a2
c1
e1
e3
c1
e3
c1
b2
c2
b2
c2
c1
c2
c2
C3
B3
D2
D2
e2
D3
D3
b2
d1
E1
C3
C3
C2
c2
d1
d3
D2
e1
d3
e2
e2
d1
d2
e1
E1
D1
E1
D1
C1
E2
E2
D1
D1
D1
D1
a1
Please contact VERTEX STANDARD.
MAIN Unit
REF.
R 1013
R 1014
R 1015
R 1016
R 1017
R 1018
R 1020
R 1021
R 1022
R 1023
R 1024
R 1024
R 1025
R 1026
R 1027
R 1028
R 1029
R 1030
R 1031
R 1032
R 1033
R 1034
R 1035
R 1036
R 1038
R 1039
R 1040
R 1041
R 1042
R 1043
R 1044
R 1045
R 1045
R 1046
R 1047
R 1048
R 1049
R 1050
R 1051
R 1052
R 1053
R 1054
R 1056
R 1057
R 1058
R 1059
R 1060
R 1061
R 1062
R 1063
R 1064
R 1065
R 1066
R 1067
R 1068
R 1069
R 1070
R 1071
R 1073
R 1074
R 1076
R 1077
R 1078
R 1079
R 1080
R 1081
R 1082
DESCRIPTION
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
VALUE
0
68
0.33
6.8k
0
5.6k
47k
330
0
47k
56k
8.2k
0
4.7k
0
470
2.2k
47k
0
100
220
220
22k
4.7k
0.33
100
0.33
1k
0
330k
3.3k
1.5M
220k
10k
82k
15k
0
2.2k
5.6k
100k
100k
47k
5.6k
6.8k
4.7k
10k
100k
3.3k
2.2k
12k
33k
100k
100k
220
100
10k
390
220k
10k
0
100k
82k
150k
4.7k
6.8k
33k
6.8k
V/W
1/16W
1/16W
1/8W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/8W
1/16W
1/8W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/4W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
TOL.
5%
5%
10%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
10%
5%
10%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
1%
1%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
MFR’S DESIG
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16 680JATP
RMC1/8 R33KTP
RMC1/16S 682JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 562JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 331JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 563JTH
RMC1/16S 822JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 471JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16 221JATP
RMC1/16 221JATP
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/8 R33KTP
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/8 R33KTP
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16 000JATP
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 155JTH
RMC1/16S 224JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S 153JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 562JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 562JTH
RMC1/16S 682JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 123JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/4 221JATP
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 391JTH
RMC1/16 224FTP
RMC1/16 103FTP
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S 154JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 682JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 682JTH
VXSTD P/N
J24189070
J24185680
J24219001
J24189035
J24189070
J24189034
J24189045
J24189019
J24189070
J24189045
J24189046
J24189036
J24189070
J24189033
J24189070
J24189021
J24189029
J24189045
J24189070
J24189013
J24185221
J24185221
J24189041
J24189033
J24219001
J24189013
J24219001
J24189025
J24185000
J24189055
J24189031
J24189063
J24189053
J24189037
J24189048
J24189039
J24189070
J24189029
J24189034
J24189049
J24189049
J24189045
J24189034
J24189035
J24189033
J24189037
J24189049
J24189031
J24189029
J24189038
J24189043
J24189049
J24189049
J24245221
J24189013
J24189037
J24189020
J24183224
J24183103
J24189070
J24189049
J24189048
J24189051
J24189033
J24189035
J24189043
J24189035
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
11111111111
211111111111111111111
21111111111111111111111111111111111-
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
D1
a1
E1
E1
D1
E1
E1
E1
d1
C1
C1
C1
D2
C1
D3
C1
C1
D1
d3
E2
E3
E3
D3
E3
E1
b1
E1
b1
b1
D1
d1
e1
e1
d2
D1
d1
d2
d1
d3
d3
d3
d3
d2
d1
C1
e3
C1
e2
e3
e3
e3
a2
a2
b1
c1
c1
c1
D2
D2
d1
E2
e1
d1
e1
d1
e1
d1
29
MAIN Unit
REF.
R 1083
R 1084
R 1085
R 1086
R 1087
R 1088
R 1089
R 1090
R 1091
R 1092
R 1093
R 1094
R 1095
R 1097
R 1098
R 1099
R 1100
R 1101
R 1102
R 1103
R 1104
R 1106
R 1107
R 1108
R 1109
R 1110
R 1111
R 1112
R 1113
R 1114
R 1115
R 1116
R 1117
R 1118
R 1119
R 1120
R 1121
R 1122
R 1123
R 1124
R 1125
R 1126
R 1127
R 1128
R 1129
R 1130
R 1131
R 1132
R 1133
R 1134
R 1135
R 1137
R 1138
R 1139
R 1140
R 1141
R 1142
R 1143
R 1144
R 1145
R 1146
R 1147
R 1149
R 1150
R 1151
R 1152
R 1153
30
DESCRIPTION
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
VALUE
1k
330k
33k
10k
100k
12k
560
3.3k
2.2k
33k
0
47k
100k
470
0
27
10k
2.2k
0
47
390k
0
330k
0
10k
330k
0
100k
330k
47k
120k
220k
270k
100k
270k
12k
100k
10k
100k
82k
47k
10k
22k
0
470
100k
100k
27k
47
2.7k
1.5k
10
4.7k
330k
470k
47k
220k
220k
1M
33k
100k
2.7k
100
27k
150
330k
330k
V/W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
TOL.
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
MFR’S DESIG
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 123JTH
RMC1/16S 561JTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 471JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 270JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 394JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 124JTH
RMC1/16S 224JTH
RMC1/16S 274JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 274JTH
RMC1/16S 123JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 471JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 273JTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 272JTH
RMC1/16S 152JTH
RMC1/16S 100JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S 474JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 224JTH
RMC1/16S 224JTH
RMC1/16S 105JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 272JTH
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16S 273JTH
RMC1/16S 151JTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
RMC1/16S 334JTH
VXSTD P/N
J24189025
J24189055
J24189043
J24189037
J24189049
J24189038
J24189022
J24189031
J24189029
J24189043
J24189070
J24189045
J24189049
J24189021
J24189070
J24189006
J24189037
J24189029
J24189070
J24189009
J24189056
J24189070
J24189055
J24189070
J24189037
J24189055
J24189070
J24189049
J24189055
J24189045
J24189050
J24189053
J24189054
J24189049
J24189054
J24189038
J24189049
J24189037
J24189049
J24189048
J24189045
J24189037
J24189041
J24189070
J24189021
J24189049
J24189049
J24189042
J24189009
J24189030
J24189027
J24189001
J24189033
J24189055
J24189057
J24189045
J24189053
J24189053
J24189061
J24189043
J24189049
J24189030
J24189013
J24189042
J24189015
J24189055
J24189055
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
B
B
B
B
A
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
d1
e1
e1
e3
D2
e3
D2
e3
e3
e3
a2
a2
d1
a2
d2
c1
c1
c1
d1
d1
d1
d1
e1
d1
d1
e1
e1
d1
e1
e1
e1
e1
e1
e1
e1
e2
e1
e2
e1
E2
D2
E2
E2
d1
a2
a2
a2
d1
c1
c2
c2
c2
b2
e1
e1
d2
e1
e1
e1
e2
a2
b2
c2
c2
c2
c2
c2
MAIN Unit
REF.
R 1154
R 1155
R 1157
R 1158
R 1159
R 1160
R 1161
R 1162
R 1163
R 1164
R 1165
R 1166
R 1166
R 1167
R 1167
R 1168
R 1169
R 1170
R 1171
R 1172
R 1173
R 1174
R 1175
R 1176
R 1177
R 1178
R 1179
R 1180
R 1181
R 1182
R 1182
R 1184
R 1184
R 1185
R 1185
R 1186
R 1188
R 1189
R 1190
R 1191
R 1192
R 1193
R 1194
R 1195
R 1196
R 1197
R 1197
R 1198
R 1199
R 1200
R 1201
R 1202
R 1203
R 1204
R 1205
R 1206
R 1207
R 1208
R 1209
R 1210
R 1211
R 1212
R 1214
R 1215
R 1216
R 1217
R 1218
DESCRIPTION
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
VALUE
100k
150
10k
100
560
0
270
220
1k
10k
1k
47
180
47
180
100
10k
10k
470k
0
47k
6.8k
15k
22
390
47k
1k
10
10
5.6k
3.3k
2.7k
2.2k
2.7k
2.2k
0
33
33
1k
1k
330
150
10k
47k
1k
47
100
1k
0
1k
1k
22k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
470
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
V/W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
TOL.
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
MFR’S DESIG
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 151JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16S 561JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 271JTH
RMC1/16S 221JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 181JTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 181JTH
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 474JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 682JTH
RMC1/16S 153JTH
RMC1/16S 220JTH
RMC1/16S 391JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 100JTH
RMC1/16S 100JTH
RMC1/16S 562JTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 272JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 272JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 330JTH
RMC1/16S 330JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 331JTH
RMC1/16S 151JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 471JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
VXSTD P/N
J24189049
J24189015
J24189037
J24189013
J24189022
J24189070
J24189018
J24189017
J24189025
J24189037
J24189025
J24189009
J24189016
J24189009
J24189016
J24189013
J24189037
J24189037
J24189057
J24189070
J24189045
J24189035
J24189039
J24189005
J24189020
J24189045
J24189025
J24189001
J24189001
J24189034
J24189031
J24189030
J24189029
J24189030
J24189029
J24189070
J24189007
J24189007
J24189025
J24189025
J24189019
J24189015
J24189037
J24189045
J24189025
J24189009
J24189013
J24189025
J24189070
J24189025
J24189025
J24189041
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189021
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
VERS.
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
111111111111
21
21111111111111113131311111111111
211111111111111111111-
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
c2
c2
b2
b2
b2
b2
c1
c2
b1
c2
C3
d3
d3
d3
d3
D3
e2
e2
D2
e1
D3
D3
D3
b2
b2
b2
b3
b2
b2
c2
c2
d2
d2
d2
d2
d2
d1
d1
E1
C3
E1
E1
D3
D2
D2
C3
C3
D2
e1
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
D2
C3
D2
D2
D2
D2
D1
31
MAIN Unit
REF.
R 1219
R 1220
R 1221
R 1222
R 1223
R 1224
R 1225
R 1226
R 1227
R 1228
R 1230
R 1231
R 1232
R 1234
R 1235
R 1236
R 1237
R 1238
R 1239
R 1240
R 1241
R 1242
R 1243
R 1244
R 1245
R 1246
R 1247
R 1248
R 1249
R 1250
R 1251
R 1252
R 1253
R 1254
R 1255
R 1256
R 1257
R 1258
R 1259
R 1260
R 1261
R 1262
R 1263
R 1264
R 1265
R 1266
R 1267
R 1268
R 1269
R 1270
R 1271
R 1272
R 1274
R 1275
R 1276
R 1277
R 1278
R 1279
R 1280
R 1281
R 1282
R 1283
R 1284
R 1286
R 1287
R 1288
R 1289
32
DESCRIPTION
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
VALUE
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
47k
1k
0
1k
1k
0
0
47k
100
0
47k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
10k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
1k
82k
39k
22k
2.7k
2.2k
4.7k
5.6k
180k
180k
3.9k
0
3.3k
2.2k
12k
2.2k
12k
12k
2.2k
2.2k
6.8k
47k
1k
33k
47k
47k
10k
22
10k
3.3k
1k
10k
1k
V/W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
TOL.
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
MFR’S DESIG
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 101JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S 393JTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S 272JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 562JTH
RMC1/16S 184JTH
RMC1/16S 184JTH
RMC1/16S 392JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 123JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 123JTH
RMC1/16S 123JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 682JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 473JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 220JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
RMC1/16S 102JTH
VXSTD P/N
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189045
J24189025
J24189070
J24189025
J24189025
J24189070
J24189070
J24189045
J24189013
J24189070
J24189045
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189037
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189025
J24189048
J24189044
J24189041
J24189030
J24189029
J24189033
J24189034
J24189052
J24189052
J24189032
J24189070
J24189031
J24189029
J24189038
J24189029
J24189038
J24189038
J24189029
J24189029
J24189035
J24189045
J24189025
J24189043
J24189045
J24189045
J24189037
J24189005
J24189037
J24189031
J24189025
J24189037
J24189025
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
B
A
A
A
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D1
D3
C1
D1
C1
c2
d2
d1
d2
d2
d2
d2
C2
C2
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C3
C2
D1
D1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
C1
c2
d2
d2
d3
c2
d2
c3
d3
c3
e2
c3
c1
c3
c3
c1
d1
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C2
C1
c2
e2
c3
C3
D1
C1
MAIN Unit
REF.
R 1290
R 1291
R 1293
R 1297
R 1297
R 1298
R 1298
R 1299
R 1300
R 1301
R 1302
R 1303
R 1304
S 1002
S 1003
S 1004
S 1005
TH1001
TH1002
VR1001
X 1001
X 1002
XF1001
DESCRIPTION
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
ROTARY SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
TACT SWITCH
THERMISTOR
THERMISTOR
POT.
XTAL SX-1319
TCXO
XTAL FILTER
LCD HOLDER
INTER CONNECTOR
TERMINAL PLATE R
TERMINAL HOLDER
LIGHT GUIDE
REFLECTOR SHEET
SHIELD CASE VCO
VALUE
4.7k
3.3k
180k
47
180
47
180
22k
22k
0
4.7k
0
0
7.3728MHz
16.8MHz
V/W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
MFR’S DESIG
VXSTD P/N
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 332JTH
RMC1/16S 184JTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 181JTH
RMC1/16S 470JTH
RMC1/16S 181JTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
TP70TF5161
SKRTLAE010
SKRTLAE010
SKRTLAE010
TBPS1R103K440H5Q
ERTJ0EV473J
TP76N00N 20KA/SW RY-7513
7.3728MHZ
TTS05VS-M1 16.8MHZ
MFT50.85P2 50.85MHZ
J24189033
J24189031
J24189052
J24189009
J24189016
J24189009
J24189016
J24189041
J24189041
J24189070
J24189033
J24189070
J24189070
N0190183
N5090130
N5090130
N5090130
G9090067
G9090120
J60800269
H0103275
H9500830
H1102364
RA0546600
RA0546800
RA010700A
RA010340B
RA0546700
RA0546900
RA0208100
TOL.
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
(LCD)
VERS.
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
W/LCD
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
1111
21
211111111111111111111111-
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
e2
e2
d1
d3
d3
d3
d3
d2
e2
D2
e1
e1
B
B
B
B
A
A
B
A
B
B
a2
a1
b1
c1
D2
C2
a3
C3
d2
b2
33
DUMMY Unit
Circuit Diagram
Parts Layout
Parts List
REF.
DESCRIPTION
C 4001
C 4002
J 4001
R 4001
PCB with Components
Printed Circuit Board
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CONNECTOR
CHIP RES.
34
VALUE
V/W
TOL.
0.0018uF
0.1uF
50V
16V
B
B
18k
1/16W
5%
MFR’S DESIG
GRM39B182M50PT
GRM39B104K16PT
AXK5S40035P
RMC1/16 183JATP
VXSTD P/N
CB2730001
FR002510C
K22174812
K22124805
P1091012
J24185183
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
11111-
FVP-25 Encryption / DTMF Pager Unit
Circuit Diagram
Parts Layout
Side A
M64026FP
(Q1001)
Side B
LC73881
(Q1002)
DTC144EU (26)
(Q1003)
35
FVP-25 Encryption / DTMF Pager Unit
Parts List
REF.
DESCRIPTION
VALUE
V/W
TOL.
MFR’S DESIG
VXSTD P/N
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
*** FVP-25 ***
Printed Circuit Board
C 1001 CHIP CAP.
C 1002 CHIP CAP.
C 1003 CHIP CAP.
C 1004 CHIP CAP.
C 1005 CHIP CAP.
C 1007 CHIP CAP.
C 1007 CHIP CAP.
C 1008 CHIP CAP.
C 1009 CHIP CAP.
C 1010 CHIP CAP.
C 1011 CHIP CAP.
C 1012 CHIP TA.CAP.
C 1013 CHIP CAP.
C 1014 CHIP CAP.
D 1001 DIODE
D 1002 DIODE
J 1001 CONNECTOR
Q 1001 IC
Q 1002 IC
Q 1003 TRANSISTOR
R 1001 CHIP RES.
R 1002 CHIP RES.
R 1003 CHIP RES.
R 1004 CHIP RES.
R 1006 CHIP RES.
R 1007 CHIP RES.
R 1008 CHIP RES.
R 1008 CARBON FILM RES.
R 1008 CHIP RES.
X 1001 XTAL SX-1315
X 1002 XTAL SX-1315
BLIND SHEET
36
0.1uF
0.01uF
10pF
10pF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
68pF
390pF
0.001uF
4.7uF
0.022uF
0.1uF
16V
25V
50V
50V
16V
16V
25V
16V
50V
50V
50V
6.3V
25V
16V
B
B
CH
CH
B
B
B
B
CH
CH
B
47k
1M
22k
680k
150k
47k
10k
22k
22k
3.6263MHz
4.194304MHz
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/8W
5%
1/16W 5%
B
B
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39B103M25PT
GRM39CH100D50PT
GRM39CH100D50PT
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39B103M25PT
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39CH680J50PT
GRM39CH391J50PT
GRM39B102K50PT
TEMSVA0J475M-8R
GRM39B223K25PT
GRM39B104K16PT
1SS355 TE-17
1SS355 TE-17
AXK5S40035P
M64026FP-650C
LC73881M-TLM
DTC144EU T106
RMC1/16 473JATP
RMC1/16 105JATP
RMC1/16 223JATP
RMC1/16 684JATP
RMC1/16 154JATP
RMC1/16 473JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RD18TJ223 22K
RMC1/16 223JATP
3.6263MHZ
4.194304MHZ
FR005010F
K22124805
K22144802
K22174211
K22174211
K22124805
K22124805
K22144802
K22124805
K22174231
K22174255
K22174821
K78080017
K22144807
K22124805
G2070470
G2070470
P1091012
G1092754
G1092755
G3070041
J24185473
J24185105
J24185223
J24185684
J24185154
J24185473
J24185103
J01215223
J24185223
H0103183
H0103184
RA0109300
111111132111111111111111111111417111-
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B1
B1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A2
A1
A1
A2
A2
A1
A1
B1
B1
A2
A1
B1
B1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
B1
A1
A1
A1
A1
B1
VTP-50 VX-Trunk Unit
Circuit Diagram
Parts Layout
Side B
Side A
NJM2904V
(Q1001)
MC68HSC705C8A502
(Q1002)
TA75S01F (SA)
(Q1003)
BR93LC56FV
(Q1004)
37
VTP-50 VX-Trunk Unit
Parts List
REF.
DESCRIPTION
VALUE
V/W
TOL.
MFR’S DESIG
VXSTD P/N
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
*** VTP-50 ***
C 1002
C 1003
C 1003
C 1004
C 1004
C 1005
C 1005
C 1006
C 1007
C 1008
C 1009
C 1010
C 1011
C 1012
C 1013
C 1014
D 1001
J 1001
Q 1001
Q 1002
Q 1002
Q 1003
Q 1004
R 1001
R 1002
R 1003
R 1004
R 1005
R 1006
R 1007
R 1008
R 1009
R 1010
R 1011
R 1012
R 1013
R 1014
R 1015
R 1016
R 1017
R 1018
R 1019
R 1020
R 1021
R 1022
R 1023
R 1024
R 1025
R 1026
R 1027
R 1028
X 1001
38
Printed Circuit Board
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
DIODE
CONNECTOR
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
XTAL SX-1315
BLIND SHEET
0.001uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
10pF
10pF
0.001uF
4.7uF
0.0018uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
0.1uF
50V
25V
25V
16V
25V
25V
25V
50V
50V
50V
6.3V
50V
16V
16V
50V
16V
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
CH
B
0
680k
100k
470k
120k
680k
330k
150k
82k
39k
20k
10k
10k
1M
10k
10k
10k
10k
10k
2.2k
2.2k
100k
560k
18k
68k
470k
68k
33k
3.579545MHz
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 1%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
1/16W 5%
B
B
B
B
B
GRM39B102K50PT
GRM39B103M25PT
GRM39B103K25PT
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39B103K25PT
GRM39B103M25PT
GRM39B103K25PT
GRM39CH100C50PT
GRM39CH100C50PT
GRM39B102K50PT
TEMSVA0J475M-8R
GRM39B182M50PT
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39B104K16PT
GRM39B102K50PT
GRM39B104K16PT
1SS355 TE-17
AXK5S40035P
NJM2904V-TE1
MC68HSC705C8A502-6030 130
MC68HSC705C8A502-6030 131
TA75S01F TE85R
BR93LC56FV-E2
RMC1/16 000JATP
RMC1/16 684JATP
RMC1/16 104JATP
RMC1/16 474JATP
RMC1/16 124JATP
RMC1/16 684JATP
RMC1/16 334JATP
RMC1/16 154JATP
RMC1/16 823JATP
RMC1/16 393JATP
RMC1/16 203FTP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 105JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 103JATP
RMC1/16 222JATP
RMC1/16 222JATP
RMC1/16 104JATP
RMC1/16 564JATP
RMC1/16 183JATP
RMC1/16 683JATP
RMC1/16 474JATP
RMC1/16 683JATP
RMC1/16 333JATP
3.579545MHZ
FR002540C
K22174821
K22144802
K22144803
K22124805
K22144803
K22144802
K22144803
K22174248
K22174248
K22174821
K78080017
K22174812
K22124805
K22124805
K22174821
K22124805
G2070470
P1091012
G1091677
G1092917
G1093326
G1091593
G1092787
J24185000
J24185684
J24185104
J24185474
J24185124
J24185684
J24185334
J24185154
J24185823
J24185393
J24183203
J24185103
J24185103
J24185105
J24185103
J24185103
J24185103
J24185103
J24185103
J24185222
J24185222
J24185104
J24185564
J24185183
J24185683
J24185474
J24185683
J24185333
H0103185
RA0109300
111919191111111111111611111111111111111111111111111111-
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
DVS-5 Voice Storage Unit
Circuit Diagram
Parts Layout
Side A
Side B
39
DVS-5 Voice Storage Unit
Parts List
REF.
DESCRIPTION
VALUE
V/W
TOL.
MFR’S DESIG
VXSTD P/N
VERS.
LOT. SIDE LAY ADR
*** DVS-5 ***
C 1001
C 1002
C 1003
C 1004
C 1005
C 1006
C 1007
C 1008
C 1009
C 1010
C 1011
C 1012
C 1013
C 1014
C 1015
C 1016
C 1017
C 1018
C 1019
C 1020
C 1021
C 1022
C 1023
C 1027
C 1028
C 1029
D 1001
D 1002
J 1001
Q 1001
Q 1002
Q 1003
Q 1004
Q 1005
Q 1006
Q 1007
R 1001
R 1002
R 1003
R 1004
R 1005
R 1006
R 1007
R 1008
R 1009
R 1010
R 1011
R 1012
R 1013
R 1014
R 1015
R 1016
R 1017
R 1018
R 1019
R 1020
R 1021
R 1022
R 1023
40
Printed Circuit Board
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP TA.CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
CHIP CAP.
DIODE
DIODE
CONNECTOR
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
CHIP RES.
0.001uF
0.001uF
10uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
0.1uF
0.0018uF
0.001uF
0.001uF
68pF
390pF
0.01uF
10uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
47uF
0.22uF
0.22uF
1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.001uF
0.022uF
0.022uF
0.1uF
50V
50V
6.3V
16V
16V
10V
50V
50V
50V
50V
50V
16V
6.3V
10V
16V
4V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
10V
50V
16V
16V
10V
4.7k
4.7k
4.7k
220k
18k
1.5k
33k
4.7k
39k
270k
4.7k
22k
680k
2.2k
100k
82k
0
0
82k
82k
0
100k
10k
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
CH
B
B
B
B
B
B
F
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B103K16PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B182K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36CH680J50PT
GRM36B391K50PT
GRM36B103K16PT
TEMSVA0J106M-8R
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B103K16PT
SK7-0G476M-RA
GRM39B224K10PT
GRM39B224K10PT
GRM39F105Z10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B104K10PT
GRM36B102K50PT
GRM36B223K16PT
GRM36B223K16PT
GRM36B104K10PT
1SS400G T2R
1SS400G T2R
AXK5S40035P
TAR5S30(TE85L)
BU4011BFV-E2
NJU4053BV-TE1
ISD4002-120ED
NJM12902V(TE1)
DTC114TE TL
DTC114TE TL
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 224JTH
RMC1/16S 183JTH
RMC1/16S 152JTH
RMC1/16S 333JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 393JTH
RMC1/16S 274JTH
RMC1/16S 472JTH
RMC1/16S 223JTH
RMC1/16S 684JTH
RMC1/16S 222JTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S 823JTH
RMC1/16S JPTH
RMC1/16S 104JTH
RMC1/16S 103JTH
FR010690D
K22178809
K22178809
K78080027
K22128804
K22128804
K22108802
K22178812
K22178809
K22178809
K22178232
K22178804
K22128804
K78080027
K22108802
K22128804
K78060048
K22104801
K22104801
K22105001
K22108802
K22108802
K22108802
K22178809
K22128806
K22128806
K22108802
G2070934
G2070934
P1091012
G1093570
G1093551
G1092927
G1093898
G1093592
G3070225
G3070225
J24189033
J24189033
J24189033
J24189053
J24189040
J24189027
J24189043
J24189033
J24189044
J24189054
J24189033
J24189041
J24189059
J24189029
J24189049
J24189048
J24189070
J24189070
J24189048
J24189048
J24189070
J24189049
J24189037
111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
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