service manual
PS-8
PS Series
SERVICE MANUAL
Infinity Systems Incorporated
250 Crossways Park Dr.
Woodbury, New York 11797
Rev2 10/2006
PS-8
CONTENTS
BASIC SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . ……………….…………….... .. . . . . . 1
DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . …….…. . .. .. .. . . . . . 2
CONTROLS & CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . …………….……………. . . . 3
OPERATION……. . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. .. . . …………………………... . . . . . . . 5
UNIT EXPLODED VIEW. . . . ………………………………….………….... . … . 6
AMPLIFIER EXPLODED VIEW. . . . …………………………….……….... . … . 7
BLOCK DIAGRAM .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . ………….……………….. . . . . . 8
PS-8 TEST SET UP AND PROCEDURE . . . . . . ……….…………………. . 9
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST …………. .... . .. . . …………………………. . . . 10
PCB DRAWINGS (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)……………….. . . . . . 13
PCB DRAWINGS (serial # ME0683-16317 and above) .. .. ………….. . . . . . 15
IC – TRANSISTOR PINOUTS ………………………………………………... . 17
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)……….…. . . .18
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (serial # ME0683-16317 and above). . . .. ….…. . .20
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (Rev 2) . . . . . . ……….………………….………. . 22
PACKAGE………... ………………………………………………………….…. .25
PS-8 SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Response:
35Hz – 150Hz (±3dB)
Maximum Amplifier Output:
100 watts RMS (20Hz – 150Hz with no more than 0.1% THD)
Crossover Frequencies:
50Hz – 150Hz, 24dB/octave, continuously variable
Driver:
8" (203mm) MMD™
Dimensions
17-1/2" x 10-5/8" x 16-3/4"
DCR = 4.3Ω
(H x W x D)
(445mm x 270mm x 426mm)
Weight:
33 lb (15kg)
Infinity continually strives to update and improve existing products, as well as create new ones. The specifications and
construction details in this and related Infinity publications are therefore subject to change without notice.
1
PS-8
INFINITY PRIMUS PS-8 100W Powered Sub/ Plate Amp
LINE VOLTAGE
US 120VAC/60Hz
Europe 220-240VAC, 50-60Hz
Parameter
Amp Section
Type (Class AB, D, other)
Load Impedance (speaker)
Rated Output Power
[email protected] Rated Power
THD @ 1 Watt
DC Offset
Damping factor
Yes/No
Yes
Yes
Hi/Lo Line
108-132
220-240
Specification
Unit
Unit
Vrms
Vrms
Notes
Normal Operation
Normal Operation
QA Test Limits
AB
4
100
0.5
0.1
10
>100
AB
Ohms
Watts
%
%
mV-DC
DF
n/a
n/a
95
1
0.5
50
50
50
171
117
2.4
Hz
mVrms
mVrms
Vrms
50
±2dB
±2dB
±2dB
100
80
60
1.5
dBA
dBr
dBr
mVrms
85
80
60
2.5
Conditions
Notes
Nominal
Single input driven
22K filter
22K filter
@ Speaker Output
Measured at speaker terminals
Output power 90 Watts THD 0.1 %
Nominal Freq.
To Rated Power
To Rated Power
To Rated Power
Single input driven, AP Zo=600 Ohms
LFE input driven only, AP Zo=600 Ohms
Single input driven
Input Sensitivity
Input Frequency
Line Input (L&R)
LFE Input
Speaker/Hi Level Inpu
Signal to Noise
SNR-A-Weighted
SNR-unweighted
SNR @ 1W-unweighted
Residual Noise Floor
Residual Noise Floor
Input Impedance
Line input L&R , LFE
Speaker/Hi Level Inpu
Filters
Low Pass (fixed or variable)
Subsonic filter (HPF)
Limiter (yes/no)
Features
LFE Input, Phase Switch, ATO
Volume pot Taper (lin/log)
Input Configuration
Line In (L,R)
Line level in LFE
Spkr/Hi Level In (L,R)
Spkr Out: Level out (L,R)Hi Pass Filter
120 VAC Version
230 VAC Version
Signal Sensing (ATO)
Auto-Turn-On (yes/no)
ATO Input Frequency
ATO Level
ATO Level Speaker in
ATO Turn-on time
Auto Mute/ Turn-OFF Time
Power on Delay time
Transients/Pops
ATO Transient
Turn-on Transient
Turn-off Transient
1
mVrms(max)
>10 K ohms
4.7 K ohms
Variable
n/a
n/a
±2dB
±2dB
NO
--
n/a
YES
LOG
--
functional
functional
L ,R
LFE
L,R
---
NO
YES
50
2
35
5
10
Nominal
Nominal
functional
functional
functional
RCA inputs: L , R Summed to Mono
L R Summed to Mono
120VAC version is not provided with
Spkr. Output connectors
This feature exists in 230VAC Model
functional
YES
-Hz
mV
mV
ms
minutes
3 sec.
5 mV-peak
50 mV-peak
50 mV-peak
A-Weighting filter
22K filter
22K filter
Volume @max, w/ A/P Swept Bandpass
Measurement (Line freq.+ harmonics)
2
-Hz
rel. to rated power
rel. to rated power
rel. to 1W Output
Volume @max, using RMS reading
Direct by pass from Speaker in
functional
functional
functional
functional
functional
functional
[email protected] into Line Input w/ 1 ch. driven
35mV @ 50 Hz into the speaker input, single input driven.
Amp connected and AC on, then input signal applied
T before muting, after signal removed
Auto turn of time (T) must be 5 > T <15
functional
AC Power Applied
10
100
100
@ Speaker Outputs
@ Speaker Outputs
@ Speaker Outputs
AC Line cycled from OFF to ON
AC Line cycled from ON to OFF
15
210
@ nom. line voltage
@ nom. line voltage
Maximum allowable input power under
nominal Input voltage and frequency,
HOT or COLD operation.
100 Watts @ 4 Ohms
Efficiency
Stand-by Input Power
Power [email protected] power
Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Thermal Protection
DC Offset Protection
12 Watts
195 Watts
YES
--
functional
Direct short at output
65 deg. C
YES
---
functional
functional
@1/8 max unclipped Power
DC present at Speaker Out leads
Line Fuse Rating
120 VAC
2.5 Amps
230 VAC
1.25 Amps
ALL SPECS SHOULD BE MEASURED AT NOMINAL LINE VOLTAGE.
Type-T or Slo Blo
Type-T, Low breaking capacity
2
Temperature rise should not exceed 35K
rise
Relay or crowbar (for driver/fire protection)
External fuse with UL/SEMKO rated
holder
PS-8
CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Rear Panel
¡ Subwoofer-Level Control
™ Crossover Adjustment
¡
£ Phase Switch
¢ LFE Input
™
∞ Line-Level Inputs
§ High-Level Inputs
¶ Power Switch
£
∞
¢
HIGH LEVEL INPUT
+
§
–
L
R
¶
FUSE
T 2.5A L 250V
TYPE
PS-8
3
AC~
120V
60HZ
200 Watts
PS-8
SUBWOOFER CONNECTIONS
CHOOSE THE SUBWOOFER CONNECTION THAT IS MOST SUITABLE FOR YOUR RECEIVER/PROCESSOR
If your receiver/processor does not contain a Dolby Digital or DTS
processor but has a subwoofer output:
If you have a Dolby* Digital or DTS® receiver/processor with a
low-frequency-effects (LFE) or subwoofer output:
RECEIVER/PROCESSOR
SUBWOOFER OR
LFE OUTPUT
L
OUT
IN
+
OUT
+
R
+
NOTE: Some receivers have one subwoofer output.
In that case, it is recommended that you use a Y connector
(not included) to maximize performance.
IN
+
If your receiver/processor does
not have subwoofer outputs for
the left and right channels or an
LFE output, connect speaker
wire from your receiver/amplifier
to your speakers and subwoofer
using two sets of speaker wire:
RED =
RECEIVER/AMPLIFIER
Front Speaker Output
BLACK =
+
–
1. LOOSEN TERMINALS
2. INSERT BARE END;
TIGHTEN TERMINALS
HIGH LEVEL INPUT
NO STRIPE =
–
STRIPE =
+
+
This figure shows how to connect bare wires
to the terminals.
–
L
R
4
PS-8
PS-8
OPERATION
Power On
Crossover Adjustments
Plug your subwoofer’s AC cord into a wall outlet. Do not use
the outlets on the back of the receiver.
The Crossover Adjustment control ™ determines the highest
frequency at which the subwoofer reproduces sounds. If your main
speakers can comfortably reproduce some low-frequency sounds,
set this control to a lower frequency setting, between 50Hz
and 100Hz.This will concentrate the subwoofer’s efforts on the
ultradeep bass sounds required by today’s films and music. If you
are using smaller bookshelf speakers that do not extend to the
lower bass frequencies, set the Crossover Adjustment control to
a higher setting, between 120Hz and 150Hz.
Initially set the Subwoofer-Level Control ¡ to the
“min” position.
Turn on your sub by pressing the Power Switch ¶ on
the rear panel.
Turn on your entire audio system and start a CD or movie
sound-track at a moderate level.
NOTE: This control will have no effect if the LFE Input ¢ is used.
If you have a Dolby Digital or DTS processor/receiver, the Low-Pass
Frequency is set by the processor/receiver. Consult your owner’s
manual to learn how to view or change this setting.
Auto On/Standby
With the Power Switch ¶ in the ON position, the LED on the
front panel will remain lit in red or green to indicate the
On/Standby mode of the subwoofer.
RED = STANDBY (No signal detected, Amp Off)
GREEN = ON (Signal detected, Amp On)
The subwoofer will automatically enter the Standby mode after
approximately 10 minutes when no signal is detected from your
system.The subwoofer will then power ON instantly when a
signal is detected. During periods of normal use, the Power
Switch ¶ can be left on.You may turn off the Power Switch ¶
for extended periods of nonoperation, e.g., when you are
away on vacation.
Adjust Level
Turn your Subwoofer-Level Control ¡ up to the “5” position
(halfway). If no sound emanates from the subwoofer, check the ACline cord and input cables.Are the connectors on the cables
making proper contact? Is the AC plug connected to a “live”
receptacle? Has the Power Switch ¶ been pressed to the “On”
position? Once you have confirmed that the subwoofer is active,
proceed by playing a CD, record or cassette. Use a selection that
has ample bass information.
Set the overall volume control of the preamplifier or stereo to a
comfortable level. Adjust the Subwoofer-Level Control ¡ until
you obtain a pleasing blend of bass. Bass response should not
overpower the room but rather be adjusted so there is a
harmonious blend across the entire musical range. Many
users have a tendency to set the subwoofer volume too loud,
adhering to the belief that a subwoofer is there to produce lots
of bass.This is not entirely true. A subwoofer is there to enhance
bass, extending the response of the entire system so the bass
can be felt as well as heard. However, overall balance must
be maintained or the music will not sound natural. An
experienced listener will set the volume of the subwoofer so its
impact on bass response is always there but never obtrusive.
Phase Control
The Phase Switch £ determines whether the subwoofer
speaker’s piston-like action moves in and out with the main
speakers, 0,˚ or opposite the main speakers, 180.˚Proper phase
adjustment depends on several variables such as room size,
subwoofer placement and listener position. Adjust the phase
switch to maximize bass output at the listening position.
PS-8
5
PS-8
Ref# Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Grille
Screw (Trim Ring)
Woofer Trim Ring
Screw (Woofer)
8” Woofer
PS-8 Cabinet
PS-8 Amplifier
Screw (Amplifier)
Port Tube
Foot Pad
Screw (Foot)
Feet (Main)
Logo
Part Number
Qty
244-080-0025
352-DM04525D597
213-080-00488
352-FM04014D609
20PR10DAG-FW04
Not for sale
Not for sale
352-AM04020D210
249-HIPS-01003
320-RUB-00199
352-CM04025D604
320-ABS-00195
316-ABS-00532
1
6
1
8
1
1
1
10
2
4
4
4
1
6
PS-8
7
PS-8
8
PS-8
PS-8 Test Set Up and Procedure
SYSTEM AURAL SWEEP TEST
Equipment needed:
• Function/signal generator/sweep generator
• Integrated Amplifier
• Multimeter
• Speaker cables
General Unit Function (UUT = Unit Under Test)
Switches/knobs on the amplifier faceplate:
Low Pass Frequency Adjust full CW (150Hz)
Phase switch – either position
1. From the signal generator, Connect both right and left line level inputs (RCA) – not the LFE jack - to signal
generator and UUT. Use Y-cable if necessary from mono source.
2. On the amplifier, turn the LEVEL control full Counterclockwise (Min).
3. Turn on generator, adjust to 75mV, 50 Hz.
4. Plug in UUT; turn the power switch ON. Turn LEVEL control full Clockwise (Max).
5. LED should now be Green; immediate bass response should be heard and felt from rear port tube opening.
6. Turn off generator, turn LEVEL control fully Counterclockwise (Min), disconnect RCA cable.
7. Connect one pair of speaker cables to one set of High Level input terminals on UUT. Cables should be
connected to an integrated amplifier fed by the signal generator.
8. Turn on generator and adjust so that speaker level input at the amplifier is 1.5V, 50 Hz. Turn LEVEL control
full Clockwise (Max).
9. Green LED should light; immediate bass response should be heard and felt from the port tube opening.
Sweep Function
1. Follow steps 7-10 above, using a sweep generator as a signal source.
2. Sweep generator from 20Hz to 1kHz. Listen to the cabinet and drivers for any rattles, clicks, buzzes or
any other noises. If any unusual noises are heard, remove woofer and test.
Driver Function (Woofer)
1. Remove woofer from cabinet; detach + and - wire clips.
2. Check DC resistance of woofer; it should be 4.5 ohms±10%.
3. Connect a pair of speaker cables to driver terminals. Cables should be connected to an integrated
amplifier fed by a signal generator. Turn on generator and adjust so that speaker level output is 5.0V.
4. Sweep generator from 20Hz to 1kHz. Listen to driver for any rubbing, buzzing, or other unusual noises.
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PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
PS-8 Electrical Parts List
Part number
(See addendum for serial # ME0683-16317 and above)
Description
Reference Designator
110-14122j26
110-10821jk2
110-122r2j15
Resistor 1.2K 1/4W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 820Ω 1W ±5% 10mm
Resistor 2.2Ω 1/2W ±5% 15mm
R270
R132
R127
Qty
Resistors
1
1
1
113-50r10j10
Cement resistor 0.1Ω 5W ±5%
R121,122
2
114-03302m0
115-h203b208
115-h503a104
Semi-fixed resistor 3K 0.3W ±20%
Variable resistor B20K FREQUENCY
Variable resistor D16 50K/1 A LEVEL
R138
VR202
VR201
1
1
1
110-20331jk2
Resistor 330Ω 2W ±5% 5mm
R146
1
110-12472j52
Resistor 4.7K 1/2W ±5% CF 52mm
R201,R202
2
110-14681j26
Resistor 680Ω 1/4W ±5% CF 26mm
R148,R151
2
110-16101j26
Resistor 100Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R120
1
110-16102j26
Resistor 1K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R124,213,214,215,254
5
15
110-16103j26
Resistor 10K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R134,209,212,216,217,220,221,222,225,226,228,232,235,240,2
110-16104j26
Resistor 100K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R231,266
2
110-16105j26
Resistor 1M 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R143,259,
2
110-16123j26
110-16151j26
Resistor12K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 150Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R135,139,227
R253
3
1
110-16152j26
110-16153j26
110-16154j26
Resistor 1.5K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 15K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 150K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R103,123,136,137,141,142
R118,145,152,154
R131,203,204,205,206,252
6
4
6
110-16181j26
Resistor 180Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R111,114
2
110-16183j26
Resistor 18K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R262
1
110-16205j26
110-16223j26
Resistor 2M 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 22K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R257
R128,129,133,238,247,250,255,233
1
8
110-16273j26
110-16332j26
Resistor 27K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 3.3K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R237
R106,R107,144
1
3
110-16392j26
Resistor 3.9K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R105,108
2
110-16393j26
110-16470j26
Resistor 39K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 47Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R126
R112,113,115,116
1
4
110-16471j26
Resistor 470Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R140
1
110-16472j26
Resistor 4.7K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R110,125,130,200,207,258,260
7
110-16473j26
Resistor 47K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R101,219,251
3
110-16512j26
110-16563j26
110-14472j26
Resistor 5.1K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 56K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 4.7K 1/4W ±5% CF 26mm
R210,211,229,230
R104
R147,150
4
1
2
110-16682j26
Resistor 6.8K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R109
1
110-16333j26
110-16182j26
110-16103j26
110-16223j26
110-16273j26
110-16472j26
Resistor 33K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 1.8K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 10K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 22K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 27K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 4.7K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R249
R153
R301,303,304,308,309,314,340,344
R310,312
R341
R342,43
1
1
8
2
1
2
110-16474j26
Resisto 470K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R307
1
110-16751j26
Resistor 750Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R311,313
2
110-20331jk3
110-16183j26
110-16560j26
Resistor 330Ω 2W ±5%
Resistor 18K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
Resistor 56Ω 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R149
R302
R117
1
1
1
110-16562j26
Resistor 5.6K 1/6W ±5% CF 26mm
R224,234
2
116-164531f26
Resistor 4.53K 1/6W ±1% MF26mm
R223
1
10
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
Part number
Description
Reference Designator
Qty
Semiconductors
192-027c1815gr
Transistor 2SC1815GR
Q102,111,112,113,118,201,206,207
8
192-028a1015gr
192-1672n5551
Transistor 2SA1015GR
PNP
Transistor 2N5551
NPN
NPN
Q114,116
Q103,109
2
2
192-1682n5401
197-131n4148
199-15000335
199-15000625
Transistor 2N5401 PNP
Diode 1N4148 26mm
Zener diode 3.3V 1/2W 52mm
Zener diode 6.2V 1/2W 52mm
Q104,110
D101,103,105,108
D102,213
D106,107
2
4
2
2
199-15001605
192-027c1815gr
197-131n4148
190-16t1074cn
190-06m4558d
190-16tl074cn
Zener diode 16V 1/2W 52mm
Transistor 2SC1815GR
NPN
Diode 1N4148 26mm
I.C TL074CN ST QUAD OP-AMP
I.C. OPA 4558D DUAL OP-AMP
I.C TL074CN ST QUAD OP-AMP
D109
Q301,302
D301,302
U301
U101,203
U201,202
1
2
2
1
2
2
192-991d669a
Transistor HI-SINCERITY HSD669A NPN
Q106
1
192-992b649t
192-021c1815gr
192-021tip35c
Transistor HSB649T PNP
Transistor 2SC1815GR NPN
Transistor TIP35C
NPN
Q105
Q101,115
Q107
1
2
1
192-022tip36c
192-201d882y
192-202b772y
197-00kbl405
197-101n4002
Transistor TIP36C
PNP
Transistor KSD882Y NPN
Transistor KSB772Y PNP
Bridge rectifier 4A 500V KBL405
Diode 1N4002
Q108
Q117
Q119
D110
D104
1
1
1
1
1
197-131n4148
197-131n4148
195-10204hgw
190-16tl074cn
Diode 1N4148 26mm
Diode 1N4148 26mm
D117,118
D116
LED 204HGW 3
I.C TL074CN ST
U201,202
2
1
1
2
QUAD OP-AMP
Capacitors
132-104kb70
129-a474j633
CAPACITOR 0.1uF 275v+/-10%
Plastic cap. 0.47U 63V ±5% MSC
POWER SW
C221,222
1
2
135-4688m50
135-3107m16
132-223ja03
130-2b102k503
130-2b221k503
Electronic cap. 6800U/50V
Electronic cap. 100uF 16V ±20%
Mylar capacitor 0.022uF 100V ±5%
Disc capacitor 1000P 50V ±10%
Disc capacitor 220P 50V ±10%
C121,122
C110
C123,127
C116
C204,205,207,208,210,211,212,214,220,230,200,249
2
1
2
1
12
130-2f104z503
Disc capacitor 0.1U 50V +80/-20%
C108,113,115,119,232,242,244,245,246,252,254
11
130-3f473m503
130-sl470k503
132-103j503
132-104j503
Disc capacitor 0.047U 50V ±20%
Disc capacitor 47P 50V ±10%
Mylar capacitor 0.01U 50V ±5%
Mylar capacitor 0.1U 50V ±5%
C106
C229
C223,224
C107,215,217
1
1
2
3
132-223ja03
135-3105m50
Mylar capacitor 0.022uF 100V ±5%
Electronic cap. 1U 50V ±20%
C124,125,126,128
C105,112,228
4
3
135-3106m50
Electronic cap. 10uF 50V ±20%
C201,202,206,213,219,231,241,243,251,253
10
135-3107m16
135-3226m50
Electronic cap. 100uF 16V ±20%
Electronic cap. 22U 50V ±20%
C109,117,120,233,234
C114,118,225
5
3
135-3227m10
Electronic cap. 220U 10V ±20%
C129,130
2
135-3227m16
135-3476m25
129-a224j633
Electronic cap. 220U 16V ±20%
Electronic cap. 47U 25V ±20%
Plastic cap. 0.22uF 63V ±5% MSC
C111
C103
C218
1
1
1
129-a564j633
130-2f104z503
Plastic cap. 0.56uF 63V ±5%
Disc capcitor 0.1U 50V +80/-20%
C216
C305,306
1
2
132-103j503
Mylar capcitor 0.01U 50V ±5%
C302,303
2
135-3226m50
Electronic cap. 22U 50V ±20%
C301,340
2
135-3476m25
Electronic cap. 47U 25V ±20%
C304
1
11
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
Part number
Description
Reference Designator
Qty
193-3m2520
162-50259201
351-AM03014A094
352-AM03008D040
361-FE-00051
323-AL-00020
Piezo TO-3P 25x20mm
WIRE ASS'Y 2 PIN 250mm red/white
Screw M3*14
Q107,108
LED1
2
1
361-NYL-00054
174-2psz406g1
162-80098201
162-50289001
175-9f40hr2
171-udhss124d
174-0300390g
Transistor SW06002
JACK S-8071
Single line wire 90mm grey 28AWG
Cable ass'y 280mm AWG26WHT
Contactor 40pin pitch=2.54mm
Relay 5A 24V UDH-SS124D
JACK JE0300390G
JK203
SW301
1
1
P301
RY101
JK202
1
1
1
Miscellaneous
Screw
3*8
Transistor 14.2*8.0*5.2t=1.6mm
HEAT SINK 65*32*31
175-1c07v01
Contactor 7PIN PITCH=2.5mm
P101
1
175-1d02v01
Contactor 2PIN PITCH=3.96mm
P102
1
175-1d03v01
180-tms7210v
150-e8604107
152-u602015
154-u25006t0
155-520020
162-10082007
162-50652003
176-wjcel
180-prf1003S
350-EM04012D024
351-HM04016A218
351-AM03008A079
352-AM03010D065
352-AM03008D040
354-GM04002
302-AL-00406
362-FE-00013
323-AL-00106
311-ABS-00028
306-ABS-00177
333-EVA-00783
333-EVA-00807
333-EVA-00826
333-EVA-00835
320-RUB-00033
123-14j70d
337-CU-00101
333-EVA-00761
Contactor 3 PIN PITCH=3.96mmJST-VH
P103
SWITCH SLIDE 6PIN MS7210V
SW201
TRANSFORMER EI-86 60Hz 120v
PWR CABLE/W/ POLARITY SVT FT-26FT
FUSE 2.5A 250V 20MM
FS101
FUSE HOLDER R3-11
WIRE RED 18AWG 80MM 8MM#1015
WRIE 650MM RED=205# 0.5TBLK=110# 0.5t
CLOSE TERMINAL CE-1
POWER SWITCHER ROCK RF-1003-BB2-OHA SW101
1
1
1
1
4 *12 SCREW
M4*16 SCREW
M3*8 SCREW
3*10 SCREW P
3*8 SCREW B
M4 SCREW CAP WITH DENT GASKET
AL BACK BOARD 300*200*2.5t
PCB BRACKET L TYPE T=1.6MM
HEAT SINK 117.5*71.5*25 POLARITY
PLASTIC KNOB 46077-W, SOFT PVC
BACK BOARD 198*298*102MM
GASKET W 198*12*2.0T
GASKET L 274*12*2.0T
GASKET W 274*12*1.0T
GASKET L 274*12*1.0T
RUBBER GASKET 25*21*4T
FERRITE CORE U-16.3*8.2*13(J70)+CASE
BRASS BAR 65L*50W
GASKET 18*9*2T
ADDENDUM: Changes to serial # ME0683-16317 and above
Comment included
135-3225m50
Electronic cap. 2.2uF 50V
C219 (Change in Value)
1
110-16562j26
116-164991f26
110-16333j26
Resistor 11.3k 1%
Resistor 4.99K 1%
Resistor 33K
R224 (Now attached from U301 pin 10 or 13 to GRND)
R234 (Change in Value)
R305 (New - not previously installed)
1
1
1
12
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
13
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
14
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16317 and above)
15
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16317 and above)
16
17
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
18
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16316 and below)
19
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16317 and above)
20
PS-8 (serial # ME0683-16317 and above)
21
PS-8
22
PS-8
23
PS-8
24
25
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