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SM003
«MODEL NAMES»
32PD3000E
42PD3000E
SERVICE MANUAL
MANUEL D'ENTRETIEN
WARTUNGSHANDBUCH
CAUTION:
Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service technician read the “Safety
Precautions” and “Product Safety Notices” in this service manual.
ATTENTION:
Avant d’effectuer l’entretien du châassis, le technicien doit lire les «Précautions de sécurité»
et les «Notices de sécurité du produit» présentés dans le présent manuel.
Data contained within this Service
manual is subject to alteration for
improvement.
Les données fournies dans le présent
manuel d’entretien peuvent faire l’objet
de modifications en vue de perfectionner
le produit.
Die in diesem Wartungshandbuch
enthaltenen Spezifikationen können sich
zwecks Verbesserungen ändern.
VORSICHT:
Vor Öffnen des Gehäuses hat der Service-Ingenieur die „Sicherheitshinweise“ und „Hinweise
zur Produktsicherheit“ in diesem Wartungshandbuch zu lesen.
SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR IMPROVEMENT
Plasma TV
October 2002
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
Safety
ENGLISH
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: The following precautions must be
observed.
ALL PRODUCTS
Before any service is performed on the chassis an
isolation transformer should be inserted between
the power line and the product.
1. When replacing the chassis in the cabinet,
ensure all the protective devices are put back in
place.
2. When service is required, observe the original
lead dressing. Extra precaution should be taken to
ensure correct lead dressing in any high voltage
circuitry area.
3. Many electrical and mechanical parts in
HITACHI products have special safety related
characteristics. These characteristics are often not
evident from visual inspection, nor can the
protection afforded by them necessarily be
obtained by using replacement components rated
for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts
which have these special safety characteristics are
identified by marking with a ! on the schematics
and the replacement parts list. The use of a
substitute replacement component that does not
have the same safety characteristics as the
HITACHI recommended replacement one, shown
in the parts list, may create electrical shock, fire, Xradiation, or other hazards.
4. Always replace original spacers and maintain
lead lengths. Furthermore, where a short circuit has
occurred, replace those components that indicate
evidence of overheating.
5. Insulation resistance should not be less than 2M
ohms at 500V DC between the main poles and any
accessible metal parts.
6. No flashover or breakdown should occur during
the dielectric strength test, applying 3kV AC or
4.25kV DC for two seconds between the main
poles and accessible metal parts.
7. Before returning a serviced product to the
customer, the service technician must thoroughly
test the unit to be certain that it is completely safe
to operate without danger of electrical shock. The
service technician must make sure that no
protective device built into the instrument by the
manufacturer has become defective, or
inadvertently damaged during servicing.
CE MARK
1. HITACHI products may contain the CE mark on
the rating plate indicating that the product contains
parts that have been specifically approved to
provide electromagnetic compatibility to designated
levels.
2. When replacing any part in this product, please
use only the correct part itemised in the parts list to
ensure this standard is maintained, and take care
to replace lead dressing to its original state, as this
can have a bearing on the electromagnetic
radiation/immunity.
PICTURE TUBE
1. The line output stage can develop voltages in
excess of 25kV; if the E.H.T. cap is required to be
removed, discharge the anode to chassis via a high
value resistor, prior to its removal from the picture
tube.
2. High voltage should always be kept at the rated
value of the chassis and no higher. Operating at
higher voltages may cause a failure of the picture
tube or high voltage supply, and also, under certain
circumstances could produce X-radiation levels
moderately in excess of design levels. The high
voltage must not, under any circumstances, exceed
29kV on the chassis (except for projection
Televisions).
3. The primary source of X-radiation in the product
is the picture tube. The picture tube utilised for the
above mentioned function in this chassis is
specially constructed to limit X-radiation. For
continued X-radiation protection, replace tube with
the same type as the original HITACHI approved
type
4. Keep the picture tube away from the body while
handling. Do not install, remove, or handle the
picture tube in any manner unless shatterproof
goggles are worn. People not so equipped should
be kept away while picture tubes are handled
LASERS
If the product contains a laser avoid direct
exposure to the beam when the cover is open or
when interlocks are defeated or have failed.
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FRANÇAIS
CONSIGNES DE SECURITE
AVERTISSEMENT: vous devez respecter les
précautions suivantes
POUR TOUS LES PRODUITS Avant
d’effectuer une intervention d’entretien sur le
châssis, vous devez insérer un transformateur
d’isolement entre la ligne d’alimentation électrique
et le produit.
1. Lors de la remontage du châssis dans le coffret,
vérifiez que tous les dispositifs de protection sont
remis en place.
2. Lorsqu’une intervention d’entretien s’avère
nécessaire, respectez l’agencement d’origine des
conducteurs. Vous devez prendre des precautions
supplémentaires pour garantir un agencement
correct des conducteurs dans toutes les zones où
des circuits haute tension sont présents.
3. De nombreux composants électriques et
mécaniques des appareils HITACHI ont des
caractéristiques spéciales de sécurité. Bien
souvent, ces caractéristiques ne sont pas
évidentes lors d’un examen visuel et la protection
qu’ils offrent n’est pas forcément garantie si vous
utilisez des composants de rechange conçus, par
exemple, pour une tension plus élevée, une
puissance plus forte. Les pièces de rechange qui
offrent des caractéristiques spéciales de sécurité
sont identifiées par un repérage comportant le
symbole ! sur les schémas et sur la nomenclature
des pièces de rechange. L’emploi d’un composant
de rechange qui ne respecte pas les mêmes
caractéristiques de sécurité que la pièce de
rechange que recommande HITACHI et qui figure
dans la nomenclature risque de provoquer un choc
électrique, un incendie, des rayons X ou d’autres
dangers.
4. Remettez toujours en place les entretoises
d’origine et respectez la longueur des conduites.
En outre, à la suite d’un court-circuit, remplacez les
composants présentant des signes de surchauffe.
5. La résistance d’isolement doit être supérieure ou
égale à 2 méga ohms à 500 V c.c. entre les poles
principaux et des composants métalliques
accessibles, quels qu’ils soient.
6. Aucun claquage et aucune rupture ne doit se
produire pendant l’essai de résistance diélectrique
à la suite de l’application d’une tension de 3 kV c.a.
ou de 4,35 kV c.c. pendant deux secondes entre
les poles principaux et des composants métalliques
accessibles.
7. Avant de remettre au client un produit qui a fait
l’objet d’un entretien, le technicien qui s’est chargé
de cette intervention doit tester à fond cet
ensemble pour s’assurer qu’il ne présente aucun
danger opérationnel et aucun risque de choc
électrique. Ce technicien doit s’assurer qu’aucun
des dispositifs de protection intégrés à cet
instrument par le fabricantn’est défectueux ou n’a
été endommagé de façon accidentelle lors de
l’entretien. suivantes
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LABEL CE
1. Les produits HITACHI peuvent avoir reçu le label
CE qui figure sur la plaque signalétique pour
indiquer que cet ensemble contient des
composants qui ont fait l’objet d’une homologation
spécifique de respect des normes de compatibilité
électromagnétique en fonction de niveaux bien
spécifiés.
2. Lors du remplacement d’un des composants de
ce produit, utilisez uniquement le composant
correct identifié dans la nomenclature afin de
maintenir le respect de cette norme ; en outre, vous
devez également ramener l’agencement des
conducteurs à son état d’origine car cela peut avoir
une influence au niveau des rayonnements
électromagnétiques et sur la protection contre ces
rayons.
PICTURE TUBE
1. L’étage de sortie des lignes peut développer des
tensions de plus de 25 kV ; s’il faut retirer le
chapeau de protection contre les tensions
extrêmement élevées, il convient de décharger
l’anode contre le châssis par le biais d’une
résistance de forte valeur avant de déposer ce
chapeau du tube image.
2. La haute tension doit toujours se maintenir à la
valeur nominale du châssis et ne pas dépasser
cette dernière. Un fonctionnement à des
températures élevées peut provoquer une
défaillance du tube image ou l’entrée d’une tension
élevée. Dans certains cas, cela peut même
provoquer des rayons X d’un niveau légèrement
supérieur aux valeurs de calcul. Cette haute
tension ne doit en aucun cas dépasser 29 kV sur le
châssis (à l’exception des téléviseurs de
projection).
3. La principale source de rayons X de cet appareil
est le tube image. Le tube image employé pour
assurer la fonction susmentionnée dans ce châssis
est spécialement construit pour limiter des rayons
X. Pour maintenir cette protection contre les rayons
X, il faut remplacer le tube d’origine d’un type agréé
par HITACHI par un autre tube de même type.
4. Lors des manipulations, ne tenez jamais le tube
image contre le corps. Pendant toutes les
operations d’installation, de dépose et de
manipulation de ce tube image, quelle que soit la
méthode employée, vous devez toujours porter des
lunettes de sécurité anti-éclatements. Les
personnes qui ne portent pas ce type de lunettes
doivent se tenir à l’écart du tube image lors de la
manipulation de ce dernier.
RAYONS LASER
Si ce produit contient un rayon laser, évitez toute
exposition directe à ce faisceau lors de l’ouverture
du couvercle ou lors de l’élimination des
verrouillages de sécurité ou après défaillance de
ces verrouillages.
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
DEUTSCH
SICHERHEITSVORKEHRUNGEN
WARNUNG: Die folgenden Vorkehrungen müssen
eingehalten werden.
ALLE PRODUKTE Bevor die Grundplatte
gewartet wird, sollte ein Trenntrafo zwischen die
Netzleitung und das Produkt eingebracht werden.
1. Wenn die Grundplatte in das Gehäuse
zurückgestellt wird, stellen Sie sicher, dass alle
Schutzvorrichtungen wieder an ihrem Ort sind.
2. Wenn Wartung erforderlich ist, halten Sie die
originale Verdrahtungsart ein. Besondere Vorsicht
ist nötig, um die korrekte Verdrahtungsart in jedem
Hochspannungsstromkreis zu gewährleisten.
3. Viele elektrische und mechanische Teile von
HITACHI Produkten haben besondere
sicherheitsbezogene Eigenschaften. Diese
Eigenschaften fallen oft nicht ins Auge, aber der
durch sie gewährte Schutz kann nicht unbedingt
erreicht werden, wenn man Ersatzteile benutzt, die
für höhere Spannung, Leistung usw. ausgelegt
sind. Ersatzteile, die diese besonderen
Sicherheitsmerkmale haben, sind in den
Prinzipskizzen und Ersatzteillisten an einem ! zu
erkennen. Der Gebrauch von Ersatzteilen, die nicht
dieselben Sicherheitsmerkmale haben wie die
empfohlenen HITACHI Ersatzteile, wie sie in der
Ersatzteilliste aufgeführt sind, kann zu elektrischem
Schlag, Feuer, Röntgenstrahlung und anderen
Gefahren führen.
4. Immer die originalen Abstandsstücke ersetzen
und die Leitungslängen beibehalten. Wo ein
Kurzschluss passiert ist, die Teile ersetzen, bei
denen Überhitzung nachzuweisen ist.
5. Der Isolierwert sollte bei 500 V Gleichstrom
zwischen den Hauptpolen und allen zugänglichen
Metallteilen nicht unter 2M Ohm liegen.
6. Bei der Prüfung auf Durchschlagsfestigkeit sollte
kein Überschlag oder Durchschlag vorkommen,
wenn zwei Sekunden lang 3 kV Wechselstrom oder
4,25 kV Gleichstrom zwischen den Hauptpolen und
allen zugänglichen Metallteilen angelegt wird.
7. Bevor das gewartete Produkt dem Kunden
zurückgegeben wird, muss der Wartungstechniker
das Gerät gründlich prüfen, um sicherzustellen,
dass es betriebssicher ist ohne das Risiko eines
elektrischen Schlages. Der Wartungstechniker
muss sicherstellen, dass keine vom Hersteller im
Gerät eingebaute Schutzvorkehrung schadhaft
geworden ist oder bei der Wartung unabsichtlich
beschädigt wurde.
CE KENNZEICHEN
1. HITACHI Produkte enthalten eventuell das CE
Kennzeichen auf dem Leistungsschild, welches
angibt, dass das Produkt Teile enthält, die eigens
zugelassen sind, um bis zu einem spezifizierten
Niveau elektromagnetische Störfreiheit zu
bewirken.
2. Wenn Sie irgendein Teil in diesem Produkt
ersetzen, benutzen Sie bitte nur das korrekte Teil,
das in der Ersatzteilliste aufgeführt ist, um
sicherzustell en, dass dieser Standard eingehalten
wird, und geben Sie acht, die Verdrahtungsart in
ihren ursprünglichen Zustand zurück zu versetzen,
weil das einen Einfluss auf die elektromagnetische
Abstrahlung/Störsicherheit haben kann.
BILDRÖHRE
1. Die Leitungsausgangsstufe kann Spannungen
von mehr als 25 kV entwickeln; wenn die
Höchstspannungskappe entfernt werden muss,
entladen Sie die Anode zum Gehäuse über einen
hochohmigen Widerstand, bevor Sie sie aus der
Bildröhre entfernen.
2. Hochspannung sollte immer auf den festgelegten
Wert des Gehäuses beschränkt bleiben und nicht
mehr. Betrieb bei höherer Spannung kann zum
Versagen der Bildröhre oder zu hoher
Spannungszufuhr führen und kann unter
Umständen auch Röntgenstrahlung hervorbringen,
die leicht über dem Konstruktionsniveau liegt. Die
Hochspannung darf auf keinen Fall 29 kV am
Gehäuse überschreiten (außer bei
Projektionsfernsehern).
3. Die Hauptquelle der Röntgenstrahlung im
Produkt ist die Bildröhre. Die Bildröhre, die für die
oben erwähnte Funktion in diesem Gehäuse
benutzt wird, ist eine Spezialkonstruktion zur
Begrenzung der Röntgenstrahlung. Um den Schutz
vor der Röntgenstrahlung zu behalten, ersetzen Sie
bitte die Röhre durch denselben Typ wie den
ursprünglichen von HITACHI zugelassenen.
8. Halten Sie die Bildröhre bei der Handhabung
vom Körper weg. Sie dürfen die Bildröhre nur dann
installieren, entfernen oder handhaben, wenn Sie
eine nicht splitternde Schutzbrille tragen. Personen
ohne
derartigen Schutz sollten ferngehalten werden,
solange Bildröhren gehandhabt werden.
LASER
Wenn das Produkt einen Laser enthält, setzen Sie
sich keinesfalls direkt dem Strahl aus, wenn die
Abdeckung geöffnet ist oder wenn die Verriegelung
versagt.
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Contents
Safety .......................................................................................................................................................1
ENGLISH ............................................................................................................................................1
FRANÇAIS..........................................................................................................................................2
DEUTSCH ...........................................................................................................................................3
Contents ...................................................................................................................................................4
Lead Free Solder ......................................................................................................................................6
Specifications...........................................................................................................................................7
General Specifications .........................................................................................................................7
Features ;..............................................................................................................................................8
Service Data .............................................................................................................................................9
Block Diagrams .....................................................................................................................................16
AVC to PDP Block Diagram .............................................................................................................16
AVC Block Diagram..........................................................................................................................17
AVC Power Block Diagram ..............................................................................................................18
Major Connectors...............................................................................................................................19
Monitor Block Diagram.....................................................................................................................20
Schematic Drawing Descriptions...........................................................................................................21
Schematic Page 1 ; Tuner / Video Chroma........................................................................................21
Schematic Page 2 ; Sound / AV3 Control..........................................................................................23
Schematic Page 3 ; Interface Board (component input, progressive sync separation, centre audio
channel)..............................................................................................................................................25
Schematic Page 4 ; Power Circuit (Voltage Regulator) / Level Shifter ...........................................27
Schematic Page 5 ; Micro Controller.................................................................................................28
Schematic Page 6 ; COMB Filter / SVHS Output .............................................................................29
Schematic Page 7 ; SCART / FC-MSC Connection..........................................................................30
Schematic; AVC Power Supply.........................................................................................................32
Schematic Drawings ..............................................................................................................................33
Schematic Sheet 1 ..............................................................................................................................33
Schematic Sheet 2 ..............................................................................................................................34
Schematic Sheet 3 ..............................................................................................................................35
Schematic Sheet 4 ..............................................................................................................................36
Schematic Sheet 5 ..............................................................................................................................37
Schematic Sheet 6 ..............................................................................................................................38
Schematic Sheet 7 ..............................................................................................................................39
AV Power Schematic.........................................................................................................................40
AV Control Schematic.......................................................................................................................41
Signal / Sound Sheet 1 .......................................................................................................................42
Signal / Sound Sheet 2 .......................................................................................................................43
Signal / Sound Sheet 3 .......................................................................................................................44
Signal / Sound Sheet 4 .......................................................................................................................45
Filter, LED, Switch & Speakers ........................................................................................................46
Circuit Boards ........................................................................................................................................47
AV Board Side A ...............................................................................................................................47
AV Board Side B ...............................................................................................................................48
AV Power Side A...............................................................................................................................49
AV Power Side B...............................................................................................................................50
Signal / Sound Board Side A .............................................................................................................51
Signal / Sound Board Side B .............................................................................................................52
Filter, LEDs, Speaker PCBs...............................................................................................................53
Troubleshooting Flow Charts ................................................................................................................54
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AV Power - 1 .....................................................................................................................................54
AV Power - 2 .....................................................................................................................................55
AV Power - 3 .....................................................................................................................................56
AV Circuit..........................................................................................................................................57
Assembly Drawings ...............................................................................................................................58
Audio / Video.....................................................................................................................................58
Wiring for Audio / Video Components .............................................................................................59
Monitor Front View ...........................................................................................................................60
Monitor Rear View ............................................................................................................................61
32 inch Monitor Wiring A .................................................................................................................62
32 inch Monitor Wiring B..................................................................................................................63
42 inch Monitor Wiring A .................................................................................................................64
42 inch Monitor Wiring B..................................................................................................................65
24way Digital Interface Cable Connection............................................................................................66
Microprocessor Pins...............................................................................................................................67
Connections to FC4................................................................................................................................69
PCB Connectors.....................................................................................................................................72
Replacement Parts..................................................................................................................................73
Signal / Sound Board .........................................................................................................................73
Filter Board ........................................................................................................................................75
32PD3000 ..........................................................................................................................................76
42PD3000 ..........................................................................................................................................77
Questions & Answers ............................................................................................................................79
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Lead Free Solder
This product uses lead free (unleaded) solder to help preserve the environment. Please read these instructions
before attempting any soldering work.
Caution: Always wear safety glasses to prevent fumes or molten solder from getting into the eyes. Lead free
solder can splatter at high temperatures (600 °C).
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Lead free solder indicator
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Properties of lead free solder
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When servicing solder
Printed circuit board Assemblies using lead free solder shown below are engraved with an "F" following
Board Name.
The melting point of lead free solder is 40-50 °C higher than one of leaded solder.
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Solder with an alloy composition of Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu or Sn-0.7Cu is recommended.
Although servicing with leaded solder is possible, there are a few precautions that have to be
taken.(Not taking these precautions may cause the solder not to harden properly and lead to
consequent malfunctions.)
Precautions when using leaded solder
o Remove all lead free solder from soldered joints when replacing components.
o If leaded solder should be added to existing lead free joints, mix in the leaded solder thoroughly
after the lead free solder has been completely melted (do not apply the soldering iron without
adding solder).
When servicing soldering iron
A soldering iron with a temperature setting capability (temperature control function)is recommended.
The melting point of lead free solder is higher than one of leaded solder. Use a soldering iron that maintains a
high stable temperature (large heat capacity),and that allows temperature adjustment according to the part
being serviced, to avoid poor servicing performance.
Recommended soldering iron:
Soldering iron with temperature control function (temperature range:320-450 °C)
Recommended temperature range per part:
Soldering Part
PCB with surface mount devices
PCB without surface mount devices
Chassis, metallic shield, etc.
Soldering iron temperature
320 °C ±30 °C
380 °C ±30 °C
420 °C ±30 °C
PCBs which use lead free solder
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FC4PDP board (AVC block)
SIGNAL/SOUND board (MONITOR block)
SP terminal L/R board, FILTER board, LED board (MONITOR block)
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
Specifications
General Specifications
Item
Spec
32PD3000 (PDP;32PD3000E+AVC;AV3000E) 42PD3000 (PDP;42PD3000E+AVC;AV3000E)
PDP panel
32" (ALSI for mat) Plasma display panel (16:9) , 42" (ALSI for mat) Plasma display panel (16:9) ,
resolution 852(H) x1024(V)
resolution 1024(H) x1024(V)
Display size 976(W) x 258(D) x 580(H)
unit: mm
1233(W) x 300(D) x 713(H)
unit: mm
Sound output Max. 10W x 2 (6 ohm)
Max. 12W x 2 (6 ohm)
level
Speaker
4 x 16 cm corn type x 2
???
Power supply AC 220 - 240 V 50Hz
AC 220 - 240 V 50Hz
Power
PDP 260W (stand-by <2W) AVC 30W, (stand- PDP 360W (stand-by <2W) AVC 30W, (standconsumption by <2W)
by <2W)
Colour system PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/NTSC3.58/PAL60
PAL/SECAM/NTSC4.43/NTSC3.58/PAL60
Sound system I/B.G.H/LL'
I/B.G.H/LL'
Tuning freq. 45MHz ~ 889MHz, VHF low/VHF
45MHz ~ 889MHz, VHF low/VHF
high/Hyper/UHF
high/Hyper/UHF
Position
100 (0~99) positions. Plus channel direct (C--/S- 100 (0~99) positions. Plus channel direct (C--/Sselection
-) and frequency direct (---.--MHz)
-) and frequency direct (---.--MHz)
PC input
Horizontal freq. 24KHz ~ 109KHz / Vertical freq. Horizontal freq. 24KHz ~ 109KHz / Vertical freq.
signal
50Hz ~ 85Hz
50Hz ~ 85Hz
Analogue RGB, input voltage 0.7Vpp/1.0Vpp
Analogue RGB, input voltage 0.7Vpp/1.0Vpp
selectable
selectable
H/V separate sync (TTL level) *** sound input ; H/V separate sync (TTL level) *** sound input ;
common with AV3 or AV4
common with AV3 or AV4
AV input
SCART101 (CVBS/SVHS/LR sound) - AV1
SCART101 (CVBS/SVHS/LR sound) - AV1
SCART102 (CVBS/RGB/LR sound) - AV2
SCART102 (CVBS/RGB/LR sound) - AV2
SCART100 (CVBS/RGB/LR sound) - AV3
SCART100 (CVBS/RGB/LR sound) - AV3
COMPONENT (YPbPr/YCbCr/LR sound) - AV4 COMPONENT (YPbPr/YCbCr/LR sound) - AV4
Front AV (CVBS/SVHS/LR sound) - FRONT
Front AV (CVBS/SVHS/LR sound) - FRONT
CENTRE AUDIO input
CENTRE AUDIO input
Dimensions PDP : 974(W) x 256(D) x 578(H) including
PDP : 1030(W) x ??(D) x 636(H) including
monitor stand
unit: mm
monitor stand
unit: mm
AVC : 430(W) x 293(D) x 121(H)
unit: mm AVC : 430(W) x 293(D) x 121(H)
unit: mm
Weight
PDP : 28.7kg (net)
PDP : 40.2kg (net)
AVC : 3.2kg (net)
AVC : 3.2kg (net)
Remote
2 x Hitachi R6P(G) * equivalent 'AA'
2 x Hitachi R6P(G) * equivalent 'AA'
control
batteries
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Features ;
852x1024 resolution,
1024x1024 resolution,
Advanced progressive & 1024 interlace,
Created by 32" ALIS Plasma display panel
Created by 37/42" ALIS Plasma display panel
Which materializes detailed picture without flicker
TruBass by SRS,
Which gives real bass sound
Thin (9cm) and light,
By separating monitor from tuner box (AVC). It is possible to hang
monitor on the wall.
Swivel stand attached monitor,
Which is possible to swivel at 30deg toward left and right.
3 Scarts connectors plus front AV input,
Which can be connected with DVD, Set Top Box, VCR and
Camera at the same time.
1 Component input,
Which allows YPbPr and PCbCr to be received. Signal is
automatically identified.
PC input connection,
Supporting various PC display format.
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Service Data
Soft version
issue 1
New panel
back ground CYAN means to separate data on each 32/37/42"
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
V1.A4
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
functions
read
read
read
AGC data
OPT
80
80
80
option for destination
AGC
adj
adj
adj
AGC adjustment
SVC> TUN> ADC
PC>
01-Nov-02
RED figures are new default
values
Device
BIF
adj
adj
adj
AFC adjustment for all except
L'
LIF
adj
adj
adj
AFC adjustment for L'
AFC
read
read
read
AFC level indication
01
01
01
gamma switch
PDP
FC4
5 D07:D00
6 D07:D00
PC1>
PC2>
PC3>
GSW
10 D3:D2
BLP
7F
7F
7F
Black Level (RGB);user
brightness control for PC
COP
7F
7F
7F
Contrast (RGB)
FC4
MBC
7F
7F
7F
main brightness centre
FC4
7 D15:D08
MCC
5D
5D
5D
main contrast centre
FC4
7 D07:D00
MXB
6C
6C
6C
brightness Max. for wide
NORMAL/REAL
FC4
7 D15:D08
BGP
00
00
00
Brightness/Gradation
PDP
27&28 D2&D2
CCP
00
00
00
NTSC/EBU
PDP
27&28 D1&D1
DCP
01
01
01
Tracking correction
PDP
27&28 D0&D0
PSE
01
01
01
PC power save enable/disable
FC4
PST
0F
0F
0F
power save timer
4 D08
OK
OK
OK
CAUTION !! Never press OK
unless proper signal is
displayed. auto signal level
adjustment activates.
MAX
read
read
read
MAX signal level on screen
MIN
read
read
read
min. signal level on screen
SNR
read
read
read
FC noise level indication
COL> R1
read
read
read
Gain R ; warm
PDP
Read/Write
13/20
1st D7:D0 /
D7:D0
G1
read
read
read
Gain G ; warm
PDP
Read/Write
13/21
2nd D7:D0 /
D7:D0
B1
read
read
read
Gain B ; warm
PDP
Read/Write
13/22
3rd D7:D0 /
D7:D0
NOM> R2
read
read
read
Gain R ; normal
PDP
Read/Write
12/17
1st D7:D0 /
D7:D0
G2
read
read
read
Gain G ; normal
PDP
Read/Write
12/18
2nd D7:D0 /
D7:D0
B2
read
read
read
Gain B ; normal
PDP
Read/Write
12/19
3rd D7:D0 /
D7:D0
WAM> R3
read
read
read
Gain R ; cool
PDP
Read/Write
11/14
1st D7:D0 /
D7:D0
G3
read
read
read
Gain G ; cool
PDP
Read/Write
11/15
2nd D7:D0 /
D7:D0
B3
read
read
read
Gain B ; cool
PDP
Read/Write
11/16
3rd D7:D0 /
D7:D0
01
01
01
gamma switch
PDP
SIG> FLA
MIS> RGB >
GSW
WHB
00
00
00
white balance 0;cool, 1;normal,
2;warm --- synchronizing with PDP
user operation MENU
HAPC
01
01
01
Q.MODE + Heat APC
PDP
BRN
01
01
01
burn in mode
PDP
10 D3:D2
9 D3:D2&D1:D0
28
D4:D3
10 D5:D4
9
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
M01>
*** MAX 8 items on one page.
M02>
*** LTI ***
M03>
picture mode
*** LTI ***
M04
picture mode
***
"PDP2_service05"
no.52
M06>
00
APC switch 0;High APC,
1;Normal
PDP
F01(4:3)
01
01
01
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
4:3
F02(16:9)
00
00
00
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
WIDE
SCREEN
F03(C16:9L) 00
00
00
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
LETTERBOX
F04(T16:9L) 01
01
01
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
T16:9L
F05(14:9)
01
01
01
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
14:9
F06(C14:9L) 00
00
00
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
C14:9L
F07(T14:9L) 01
01
01
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
T14:9L
F08(PAN)
01
01
01
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
PANORAMIC
F09(14:9LS) 00
00
00
wide mode selected by 16:9
key (0;on, 1;off)
14:9 ZOOM
PCA
02
02
02
PC wide mode 0;NORMAL,
1;REAL, 2;FULL
FC4
3 D17:D16
HE1
02
02
02
Horizontal enhancer
DYNAMIC
FC4
2 D20:D19
HE2
03
03
03
Horizontal enhancer
DYNAMIC-VIDEO
FC4
2 D20:D19
HE3
00
00
00
Horizontal enhancer
NATURAL
FC4
2 D20:D19
HE4
00
00
00
Horizontal enhancer
NATURAL-VIDEO
FC4
2 D20:D19
HE5
01
01
01
Horizontal enhancer CINEMA FC4
2 D20:D19
2 D20:D19
10 D7
HE6
02
02
02
Horizontal enhancer CINEMAFC4
VIDEO
HET
00
00
00
Horizontal enhancer TEXT
FC4
2 D20:D19
VE1
03
03
03
Vertical enhancer DYNAMIC
FC4
2 D22:D21
2 D22:D21
VE2
03
03
03
Vertical enhancer DYNAMICFC4
VIDEO
VE3
03
03
03
Vertical enhancer NATURAL
FC4
2 D22:D21
VE4
03
03
03
Vertical enhancer NATURALFC4
VIDEO
2 D22:D21
VE5
03
03
03
Vertical enhancer CINEMA
FC4
2 D22:D21
03
Vertical enhancer CINEMAVIDEO
FC4
2 D20:D19
03
03
VET
00
00
00
Vertical enhancer TEXT
FC4
BGT
00
00
00
Brightness/Gradation
PDP
27&28 D2&D2
CCT
00
00
00
NTSC/EBU
PDP
27&28 D1&D1
TCR
01
01
01
Tracking correction W/B
Warm & Norm
PDP
27&28 D0&D0
2 D22:D21
Tracking correction W/B Cool PDP
27&28 D0&D0
DCC
00
00
00
WBC
00
00
00
BSO
1F
1F
1F
Black Stretch gain offset
ON&MID
FC4
7 D21:D16
SPC
00
00
00
PinP(PC W) picture contrast
offset
FC4
7 D07:D00
PHC
80
80
80
Colour phase centre
FC4
8 D07:D00
8 D07:D00
PHU
1A
1A
1A
PAL HUE offset (not available
FC4
if AV2 is RGB)
NHU
20
20
20
NTSC HUE offset
FC4
8 D07:D00
1D
YCbCr / YPbPr @ 60Hz HUE
FC4
offset
8 D07:D00
YU6
10
Device
00
VE6
M05>
functions
00
APC
MI0>
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
1D
1D
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
1st
2nd
3rd
MI1>
*** CTI ***
4th
M11>
M12>
picture mode
M13>
*** YNR ***
M14>
picture mode
5th
picture mode
M15>
functions
Device
YU5
1A
1A
1A
YCbCr / YPbPr @ 50Hz HUE
FC4
offset
8 D07:D00
THU
1F
1F
1F
TEXT HUE offset
FC4
8 D07:D00
FC4
8 D07:D00
YHU
1F
1F
1F
Components Hue for Asian
option
FPB
00
00
00
FAVOURITE Peak Brightness
PDP
0;Peak, 1:Normal
BLT
7F
7F
7F
Black level (RGB)
FC4
5 D07:D00
MBC
80
80
80
main brightness centre : (50) is
FC4
used in AUTO adjustment
7 D15:D08
MBX
80
80
80
brightness centre TEXT
FC4
7 D15:D08
COT
7F
7F
7F
Contrast (RGB)
FC4
6 D07:D00
MCC
89
89
89
main contrast centre
FC4
7 D07:D00
MCX
70
70
70
contrast centre TEXT
FC4
7 D07:D00
SAC
40
40
40
Saturation centre
NTSC/PAL/RGB/YCbCr TV
FC4
8 D14:D08
SAX
50
50
50
Saturation centre TEXT
FC4
8 D14:D08
FC4
2 D12:D08
10 D6
CE1
1F
1F
1F
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
DYNAMIC-TV
CE2
10
10
10
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
DYNAMIC-VIDEO
FC4
2 D12:D08
CE3
1F
1F
1F
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
NATURAL-TV
FC4
2 D12:D08
CE4
10
10
10
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
NATURAL-VIDEO
FC4
2 D12:D08
CE5
1F
1F
1F
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
CINEMA-TV
FC4
2 D12:D08
CE6
10
10
10
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
CINEMA-VIDEO
FC4
2 D12:D08
CET
10
10
10
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
TEXT
FC4
2 D12:D08
YET
00
00
00
sharpness centre - TEXT
FC4
2 D04:D00
YE1
1F
1F
1F
sharpness DYNAMIC-TV
FC4
2 D04:D00
FC4
2 D04:D00
YE2
12
12
12
sharpness DYNAMICTVIDEO
YE3
12
12
12
sharpness NATURAL-TV
FC4
2 D04:D00
YE4
12
12
12
sharpness NATURAL-VIDEO FC4
2 D04:D00
YE5
12
12
12
sharpness CINEMA-TV
FC4
2 D04:D00
YE6
12
12
12
sharpness CINEMA-VIDEO
FC4
2 D04:D00
YE7
12
12
12
sharpness centreFAVOURITE-TV
FC4
2 D04:D00
YE8
12
12
12
sharpness centreFAVOURITE-VIDEO
FC4
2 D04:D00
YI1
01
01
01
YNR input gain DYNAMIC
FC4
2 D07:D05
FC4
2 D07:D05
YI2
01
01
01
YNR input gain DYNAMICVIDEO
YI3
01
01
01
YNR input gain NATURAL
FC4
2 D07:D05
YI4
01
01
01
YNR input gain NATURALVIDEO
FC4
2 D07:D05
YI5
01
01
01
YNR input gain CINEMA
FC4
2 D07:D05
01
YNR input gain CINEMAVIDEO
FC4
2 D07:D05
YI6
*** CNR ***
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
01
01
YIT
01
01
01
YNR input gain TEXT
FC4
2 D07:D05
CI1
00
00
00
CNR input gain DYNAMIC
FC4
2 D15:D13
FC4
2 D15:D13
CI2
00
00
00
CNR input gain DYNAMICVIDEO
CI3
00
00
00
CNR input gain NATURAL
FC4
2 D15:D13
FC4
2 D15:D13
FC4
2 D15:D13
CI4
00
00
00
CNR input gain NATURALVIDEO
CI5
00
00
00
CNR input gain CINEMA
11
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
CI6
M16
MI2>
M21>
[ ];menu related value - decimal
it is ok to display by hex
e.g. [32] is centre of CONTRAST
e.g. [63] is MAX for
CONTRAST.
M22>
M23>
M24>
MI3>
12
M31>
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
00
00
functions
Device
00
CNR input gain CINEMAVIDEO
FC4
2 D15:D13
FC4
2 D15:D13
CIT
00
00
00
CNR input gain TEXT
OSH
109
109
109
H position - OSD
OSV
40
40
40
V position - OSD
OTH
190
190
190
H position - TEXT
OTV
40
40
40
V position - TEXT
SUR
00
00
00
SURROUND ON:1, OFF:0
CMB
01
01
01
COMB FILTER ON:1, OFF:0
DCN
3E
3E
3E
DYNAMIC Contrast
DBR
80
80
80
DYNAMIC Brightness
DCL
50
50
50
DYNAMIC Colour
DPB
00
00
00
DYNAMIC Peak Brightness
0;Peak, 1:Normal
DCM
02
02
02
DYNAMIC Contrast Mode
NORM;0, AUTO;1, DYN;2
DBS
1F
1F
1F
DYNAMIC Black stretch 0;off,
01~3F; level
DWB
00
00
00
DYNAMIC White Balance
0:cool, 1;normal, 2;warm
DFT
01
01
01
DYNAMIC Film Mode 0;on,
1;off
NCN
38
38
38
NATURAL Contrast
NBR
80
80
80
NATURAL Brightness
NCL
48
48
48
NATURAL Colour
NPB
00
00
00
NATURAL Peak Brightness
0;Peak, 1:Normal
NCM
01
01
01
NATURAL Contrast Mode
NORM;0, AUTO;1, DYN;2
NBS
1A
1A
1A
NATURAL Black stretch 0;off,
01~3F; level
NWB
00
00
00
NATURAL White Balance
0:cool, 1;normal, 2;warm
NFT
01
01
01
NATURAL Film Mode 0;on,
1;off
TCN
3E
3E
3E
CINEMA Contrast
TBR
80
80
80
CINEMA Brightness
TCL
50
50
50
CINEMA Colour
TPB
00
00
00
CINEMA Peak Brightness
0;Peak, 1:Normal
TCM
00
00
00
CINEMA Contrast Mode
NORM;0, AUTO;1, DYN;2
TBS
1F
1F
1F
CINEMA Black stretch 0;off,
01~3F; level
TWB
01
01
01
CINEMA White Balance
0:cool, 1;normal, 2;warm
TFT
00
00
00
CINEMA Film Mode 0;on,
1;off
DGS
01
01
01
DYNAMIC Gamma Select
NGS
01
01
01
NATURAL Gamma Select
TGS
01
01
01
CINEMA Gamma Select
PGS
02
02
02
PERSONAL Gamma Select
DPM
00
00
00
DYNAMIC Picture Mode
NPM
01
01
01
NATURAL Picture Mode
TPM
01
01
01
CINEMA Picture Mode
PPM
02
02
02
PERSONAL Picture Mode
MVB
0B
0B
0B
MUSIC Volume Balance
PDP
10 D6
PDP
10 D6
PDP
10 D6
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
[ ];menu related value - decimal
it is ok to display by hex
e.g. [11] is centre of Balance
e.g. [21] is MAX for Treble.
5th
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
functions
Device
MUSIC Treble
MTR
0B
0B
0B
MBA
0B
0B
0B
MUSIC Bass
MTB
03
03
03
MUSIC TruBass 0;off, 1;low,
2;mid, 3;high
MMS
01
01
01
MUSIC Matrix Surround 0;off,
1;on
NVB
0B
0B
0B
SPEECH Volume Balance
NTR
10
10
10
SPEECH Treble
NBA
0B
0B
0B
SPEECH Bass
NTB
00
00
00
SPEECH TruBass 0;off, 1;low,
2;mid, 3;high
NMS
00
00
00
SPEECH Matrix Surround
0;off, 1;on
TVB
0B
0B
0B
CINEMA Volume Balance
TTR
10
10
10
CINEMA Treble
TBA
10
10
10
CINEMA Bass
TTB
02
02
02
CINEMA TruBass 0;off,
1;low, 2;mid, 3;high
TMS
01
01
01
CINEMA Matrix Surround
0;off, 1;on
M41 > TSW
00
00
00
TDA9178 fitted or not. 0:not
fitted, 1;fitted
TC1
01
01
01
TDA9178 address 00
TDA9178
00
D07:D00
TC2
10
10
10
TDA9178 address 01
TDA9178
01
D05:D00
Those values are fixed in this
menu.
TC3
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 02
TDA9178
02
D07:D00
No individual parameter on
TC1~TC4 can be set.
TC4
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 03
TDA9178
03
D05:D00
M32>
M33>
MI4>
TDA9178 option
ABS
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 04
TDA9178
04
D05:D00
M42 > NLA
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 05
TDA9178
05
D05:D00
VGM
20
20
20
TDA9178 address 06
TDA9178
06
D05:D00
PKG
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 07
TDA9178
07
D05:D00
00
TDA9178 address 08
TDA9178
08
D05:D00
STP
WB OFFSET OFF/1/2/3 option
M43>
M44>
00
00
CRG
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 09
TDA9178
09
D05:D00
LWD
00
00
00
TDA9178 address 0A
TDA9178
0A
D05:D00
1RD
14
14
14
White balance offset 1;
R_DRIVE MAX
1GD
0F
0F
0F
White balance offset 1;
G_DRIVE
1BD
00
00
00
White balance offset 1;
B_DRIVE
1RG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 1;
R_GAMMA
1GG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 1;
G_GAMMA
1BG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 2;
B_GAMMA
2RD
00
00
00
White balance offset 2;
R_DRIVE CENTRE
2GD
00
00
00
White balance offset 2;
G_DRIVE
2BD
00
00
00
White balance offset 2;
B_DRIVE
2RG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 2;
R_GAMMA
2GG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 2;
G_GAMMA
2BG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 2;
B_GAMMA
13
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
functions
00
00
00
White balance offset 3;
R_DRIVE MIN
3GD
0F
0F
0F
White balance offset 3;
G_DRIVE
3BD
29
29
29
White balance offset 3;
B_DRIVE
3RG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 3;
R_GAMMA
3GG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 3;
G_GAMMA
3BG
1F
1F
1F
White balance offset 3;
B_GAMMA
M51 > CEA
0D
0D
0D
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
DYNAMIC-RGB/YCbCr
CEB
0D
0D
0D
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
DYNAMIC-YPbPr
CEC
0D
0D
0D
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
NATURAL-RGB/YCbCr
CED
0D
0D
0D
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
NATURAL-YPbPr
CEE
0D
0D
0D
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
CINEMA-RGB/YCbCr
CEF
0D
0D
0D
C-Vert/Horiz enhancer gain
CINEMA-YPbPr
CEM
10
10
10
CTI MID level in menu
(FAVOURUTE)
YEA
10
10
10
sharpness DYNAMICRGB/YCbCr
YEB
10
10
10
sharpness DYNAMIC-YPbPr
sharpness NATURALRGB/YCbCr
MI5>
add 27 bytes
M52>
YEC
08
08
08
YED
02
02
02
sharpness NATURAL-YPbPr
YEE
10
10
10
sharpness CINEMARGB/YCbCr
YEF
10
10
10
sharpness DYNAMIC-YPbPr
YE9
10
10
10
sharpness centre on
FAVOURITE-RGB/YCbCr
YE0
10
10
10
sharpness centre on
FAVOURITE-YPbPr
M53 > LC1
1F
1F
1F
Favourite + TV ; last CTI
LC2
10
10
10
Favourite + Video ; last CTI
LC3
0D
0D
0D
Favourite + RGB/YCbCr ; last
CTI
LC4
0D
0D
0D
Favourite + YPbPr ; last CTI
M54>
14
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
3RD
M45>
OPT> OB0
5th
DCV
50
50
50
DYNAMIC + VIDEO/RGB ;
color
NCV
3E
3E
3E
NATURAL + VIDEO/RGB ;
colour
TCV
40
40
40
CINEMA + VIDEO/RGB ;
colour
SAV
3E
3E
3E
FAVOURITE + VIDEO/RGB ;
colour
DCO
58
58
58
DYNAMIC + YCbCr/YPbPr ;
colour
NCO
4B
4B
4B
NATURAL + YCbCr/YPbPr ;
colour
TCO
50
50
50
CINEMA + YCbCr/YPbPr ;
colour
SAO
44
44
44
FAVOURITE + YCbCr/YPbPr
; colour
78
78
78
option byte 1
Device
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
32" 37" 42"
values values values
hex
hex
hex
OB1
80
80
80
option byte 2
EMG
0
0
0
0:Normal, 1:Macrovision
improved
AV DELAY
OFF
OFF
OFF
RGB Comb
OFF
OFF
OFF
ASIAN
OPTIONS>
PRG
ON;Go through Comb,
OFF;skip Comb
It is affected to
SVC>MIS>MI1>M11=HP2/4
RGB RGB RGB RGB or YUV
AV2
INITIAL INSTALL ON
ON
ON
INITIAL INSTALL menu is on
or off
COUNTRY
SELECT
ON
ON
ON
Country select is on or off
LANGUAGE
SELECT
ON
ON
ON
European language select is on
or off
TELETEXT
ON
ON
ON
TELETEXT is working or not
0
0
0
hotel option, see sheet HOTEL
OPTION
HOT> OPT
VOL
bar
centre centre centre
Maximum volume limited in
Hotel mode
1
1
1
start up position number
read
read
read
Model name
MSU
read
read
read
MSU micro version number
PDU
read
read
read
PDP micro version number
PWT
read
read
read
PDP working hour
VRS> MN
Device
Enters FC4 sub menu
FC4
E2>
functions
E2R
OK
OK
OK
EEPROM reset
E2F
OK
OK
OK
EEPROM factory setting
E2S
OK
OK
OK
EEPROM is set to the shipment
E24
OK
OK
OK
EEPROM in FC4 is
initialised
EXS
OK
OK
OK
escape from service menu
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Block Diagrams
AVC to PDP Block Diagram
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AVC Block Diagram
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AVC Power Block Diagram
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Major Connectors
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Monitor Block Diagram
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Schematic Drawing Descriptions
Schematic Page 1 ; Tuner / Video Chroma
TUN100 Asymmetrical type tuner ; UV1316/A 1G-3 313914716781
supply voltage ; +5V at pin 7 and +33V at pin 9
control by I2C, SDA at pin 5 and SCL at pin 4
picture carrier 33.90MHz, picture to sound carrier distance 6.5MHz for
SAW100 K3953M
standard L
SAW101 K9456M sound carrier 40.40MHz for standard L
VHF/UHF asymmetrical type tuner converts RF input signal to IF signal output
through pin 11.
AGC voltage is supplied at pin1 from IC100 pin62
IF output is going through buffer Q101 to SAW filter SAW100 for VIF at pin 2 and 3
of IC100 and to SAW101 for SIF at pin 63 and 64.
IC100 Video chroma and video switch TDA9321H
supply voltage ; +8V at pin 11 and 48 (AS)
control by I2C, SDA at pin 47 and SCL at pin 46
TR100 TPWA01B - nominal centre freq. Fn1=6.0MHz and fn2=6.5MHz
TR101 TPWA04B - nominal centre freq. Fn1=5.5MHz and fn2=5.742MHz
X100
3.58MHz X'tal
X101
4.43MHz X'tal
* IF demodulator and video chroma
Demodulated video signal is output from pin 10 going to sound traps
There are two sound traps, TR100 for I/L signal and TR101 for BG, output from
which are switched by SOUND-SWITCH from IC301 pin 5
After group delay correction at pin 13, it is connected to pin 14 where TV picture is
supplied into video switch.
The TV signal from pin13 is also connected to SCART1 as TV signal output.
Quasi Split Sound converted from SIF input is output at pin 5 to connect with sound
decoder IC301
H and V sync pulses are output at pin 60 and 61 to go to FC/MSC for synchronization to
convert progressive scan. H pulse must be inverted by Q126.
When selecting one of video signal in video switch of IC100, CVBS signal is going to
COMB filter if the video is CVBS PAL/NTSC format.
Then Y/C separated signal is coming back at pin 28 and 29. The clock must be
provided from pin 30.
The video or Y/C signal selected pass through video chroma section and finally
converted to YUV format at pin 49, 50, 51
IC100 is supplied 4.43MHz and 3.58MHz clock from crystal X100 and X101,
which is automatically selected according to the signal received.
2 RGB inputs are also switched at the last stage in IC100. RGB signals are also
converted to YUV.
* video switch
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input
pin 14
pin 16
pin 18
pin 20
pin 21
pin 23
pin 24
pin 28
pin 29
TV signal input
CVBS - SCART102 (AV2) input
CVBS - SCART100 (AV3) input
CVBS/Y - SCART101 (AV1) input
C - SCART101 (AV1) input
CVBS/Y - front AV (FRONT) input
C - front AV (FRONT) input
Y - from COMB filter
C - from COMB filter
input
control
pin 15
pin 17
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SCART102 (AV2) pin8 detection
SCART100 (AV3) pin8 detection
SCART101 (AV1) pin8 detection is done by micro IC704 pin28
output
pin 26
pin 32
pin 34
go to COMB filter and phono video output
go to micro for TELETEXT decoding
go to SCART102(AV2) and SCART100(AV3) as monitor video output
output
control
pin 20
pin 22
L/L' switch for SAW filter in/out at SAW101
micro switch to switch SVHS or CVBS for front AV input
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Schematic Page 2 ; Sound / AV3 Control
IC301
X300
NICAM/A2 sound decoder and audio switch ; MSP3410
supply voltage ; +5V at pin 18 and pin 51
control by ; I2C, SDA at pin 10 and SCL at pin 9
18.432MHz
* NICAM/A2 decoder and sound control
QSS signal is coming from IC100 to pin 58 through amplifier Q308/307. The signal
level at pin 58 should be 0.1 ~ 0.8Vpp.
Sound output L/R at pin 28 and 29 are connected through amplifier Q310/Q312 for L
and Q309/Q311 for R to adjust 500mVrms at PL700 pin 4 and 6 In the condition of AV
sound input 500mVrms, FM modulation 54%
Sound output L/R at pin 28 and 29 are also connected through IC300 TDA7433 and
IC303 to headphone.
* Audio switch
input
pin 52
pin 53
pin 49
pin 50
pin 46
pin 47
pin 43
pin 44
pin 55
SCART101(AV1) sound L input
SCART101(AV1) sound R input
SCART102(AV2) sound L input
SCART102(AV2) sound R input
SCART100(AV3) sound L input
SCART100(AV3) sound R input
front AV (FRONT) sound L inout
front AV (FRONT) sound R inout
mono sound input from IC100
output
pin 37
pin 36
pin 34
pin 33
pin 29
pin 28
SCART101(AV1) sound L output
SCART101(AV1) sound R output
SCART102(AV2) / SCART3(AV3) sound L output
SCART102(AV2) / SCART3(AV3) sound R output
Speaker / Headphone/phone sound L output
Speaker / Headphone/phone sound R output
output
pin 5
SOUND SWITCH for trap of TV input signal
IC300
Basic audio processor ; TDA7433
supply voltage ; +8V at pin 17
control by ; I2C, SDA at pin 19 and SCL at pin 18
input
Monitor sound L/R outputs for speaker are connected headphone and phone out. IC300
contributes separate volume control
pin 6
Audio sound L input
pin 5
Audio sound R input
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output
pin 16
pin 15
pin 14
pin 13
Phono sound L output
Phono sound R output
Headphone sound L output
Headphone sound R output
IC303
Headphone sound amplifier ; TDA2822D
supply voltage ; +6.5V at pin 2
Headphone sound L/R controlled its level by IC300 are amplified.
****
PL300
front AV video switch
connector for front control PCB
At pin 12 of PL700, CVBS from AV3 is coming.
At pin 11 of PL700, Y from AV3SVHS is coming
At pin 9 indication of SVHS connector insertion is supplied to micro IC704 pin38 and
then it controls micro-switch from pin22 of IC100 in order to select Y from pin11 of
PL700 (micro-sw=H) or to select CVBS from pin12 of PL700 (micro-sw=L)
At pin 15 of PL700, C from AV3SVHS is coming to connect to pin 24 of IC100
IC302
TDA8440 is the option in the future. This is not used for this model.
(OPTION)
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Schematic Page 3 ; Interface Board (component input, progressive sync
separation, centre audio channel)
IC08
XC01
Sync separation for Component (progressive) input ; TA1370
supply voltage ; +9V at pin 11
control by ; I2C, SDA at pin 21 and SCL at pin 22
50KHz
Sync separation for progressive YPbPr input (50Hz and 60Hz) are carried out at
TA1370.
Input video signal is specifically given from AV4 and connected at pin 26 through
clamping circuit constituted with QC25~QC28
Sync separation for all input signal other than Progressive input are carried out at
TDA9321 (page1)
TA1370 includes switch of sync signal (H and V) between H/V input (pin I and
pin2) from TDA9321 and internal sync separation.
TA1370 outputs H at pin16 and V at pin 28, which are connected to PSF for FC4
board. There are 2 inputs of the connector for each main and sub.
H output at pin 16 on TA1370 is fed to IC10 to shorten H pulse waveform to avoid
jittering.
IC02/IC03
YUV/RGB switch ; TA1287
supply voltage ; +9V at pin 16
control by ; DC voltage at pin 9/10/11 and matrix at pin 16
input
IC02 YUV; Main signal
IC03 YUV; from IC02
YUV ; at pin 1/2/3, Y:1Vpp (incl.sync), UV:0.3Vpp
RGB ; at pin 6/7/8, 0.7Vpp
output
IC02 connect to IC03
IC03 connect to FC4 through buffers
YUV ; at pin13/14/15, Y:1Vpp (incl.sync), UV:0.3Vpp
matrix control of RGB input (YUV can also input. In this case, matrix control
should be through)
IC02 0V; through
IC03 always 1.6V:RGB --> YUV
control
IC02
IC03
0V; external (Components input)
0V; Video
IC04/IC05/IC06 Analogue switch ; BU4066
supply voltage +9V at pin 14
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IC04
IC05
IC06
IC07
Audio switch, main L/R or AV4 (components input) L/R. main L/R comes
from MSP3410 audio switch.
Video switch, Front video or AV4 (in case of YCbCr normal components),
which is connected to TDA9321 for sync separation
Audio switch, Centre sound or AV4 (components input) L/R. Output goes
to IC04 to switch another audio input.
Analogue Switch for Sub video ; BU4053
supply voltage ; +9V at pin 16
2 inputs, main YUV from IC03 and RGB from micro (TELETXT), are switched
and connected to sub video input for FC4
This is enabled when TV+TEXT is selected (SUB TELETEXT), and when PC
window is selected (SUB VIDEO)
IC09
I/O expanders ; M62320FP
supply voltage ; +5V at pin 13
control by ; I2C, SDA at pin 3 and SCL at pin 2
connect to
L
H
other than components
D00 pin 4 component videoIC02, IC05 components input
IC02
RGB --> YUV
through
D01 pin 5 Matrix
IC07
Not PC mode (SUB TEXT)PC mode (SUB video in PCW)
D02 pin 6 PC
IC03
kill OSD
OSD enabled
D03 pin 7 OSD-blank
IC06, IC04 Audio centre not selected Audio centre selected
D04 pin 9 Cinema
CP from TA1370
SC from TDA9321
D05 pin 10Clamp-source IC05
IC03
TEXT (select RGB input) TV
D06 pin 11TV/TEXT
D07 pin 12N.C.
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Schematic Page 4 ; Power Circuit (Voltage Regulator) / Level Shifter
Power supply connector PSP from Power Supply board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
POWER1
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
+5VSTB
GND
N.C.
N.C.
GND
GND
+5.5V1
GND
+9.5V1
GND
+5.5V2
GND
+9.5V2
GND
FE+30V
Power ON/Stand-by control
H;ON, L;Stand-by
Stand-by 5V for micro controller circuit
5.5V supply 1
9.5V supply 1
5.5V supply 2
9.5V supply2
30V supply for tuner
Voltage regulators
I603
BA06T
IC602 SI-3050LSA
IC603 SI-3050LSA
IC601 SI-3033LSA
Q602
TK11125M
IC604 BA09FP
Input +9.5V2 - Output +8V
For video chroma circuit (page1)
Input +5.5V1 - Output +5VFE
For tuner (page1)
Input +5.5V2 - Output +5V
For audio processor circuit (page2), comb filter (page6)
Input +5VSTB - Output 3.3VSTB
For micro controller circuit
Input +5VSTB - Output 2.5VSTB
For micro controller circuit
Input +9.5V1 - Output +9V
For interface circuit (page 3)
Level shift for control buses
Q607
Q603
Q604
Q605
Q614
BSS138
2SC2412K
2SC2412K
2SC2412K
BSS138
3WB-DATA to change from 3V3 to 5V
3WB-CLOCK to invert with 5V range
FC-ENABLE to invert with 5V range
MSC-ENABLE to invert with 5V range
1900TX to change from 3V3 to 5V
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Schematic Page 5 ; Micro Controller
IC704 Micro controller ; SDA5550
supply voltage ; +3.3VSTB at pin 8, 40, 75 and 92 and +2.5VSTB at pin 6, 22, 56 and 73
control through I2C ; SDA3v3 at pin 52 and SCL3v3 at pin 47
3 wire bus ; 3WB-clock3v3 at pin 41 and 3WB-data3v3 at pin 46
FC-enable at pin 42
MSC-enable at pin 43
OSD enable at pin 44
control through/by AVlink ; output at pin 16 and input at pin 33
RS232C (19200bps); TxD3v3 at pin 32 and RxD3v3 at pin 38
control by I/R in ; at pin 34
X700 6MHz X'tal
IC700 EEPROM ; M24C16W (16kbits)
supply voltage ; +3.3VSTB at pin 8
control by I2C ; SDA3v3 at pin 5 and SCL3v3 at pin 6 and WC3v3 at pin 7
IC701 Flash memory for software stored ; AT49LV002N (256Kbytes)
supply voltage ; +3.3VSTB at pin 32
control by address and data buses
IC701B option not fitted.
IC703 SRAM ; SMT K6T1008V2E-GB70000 or equivalent (128kbytes)
supply voltage ; +3.3VSTB at pin 32
control by address and data buses
IC705 RESET IC for IC704 ; M62703SL/ML
supply voltage ; +3.3VSTB at pin 1
SCL3v3 and SDA3v3 are converted for 5V operation in Q700/Q701/Q705/Q706
OSD/TEXT RGB at pin 58/59/60 are syncronized with progressive sync pulses 2H(32KHz)
at pin 32 and V(50/60Hz) at pin 33
RGB and BLK are also converted to 5V operation at Q713/Q714/Q715 and IC707
AV link is bi-directional bus from pin 10 of SCART101, made by Q709/D701~D703. For the
micro, input and output are separated.
The signal level is also converted between 3V3 in micro and 5V for SCART.
See "micro pins" for micro controller pin functions.
FRONT PANEL BOARD connection PL702
PIN
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
28
PIN NAME
PL702 IN/OUT
FUNCTIONS
POW LED
POWER SAVE
STB+5V
GND
RM-IN
A+5V
A/D KEY 2
A/D KEY 1
(BS-LED)
(MODEM-LED)
I
I
I
O
I
O
O
at Front Control
Power LED
POWER2
Stand-by 5V power supply
GND
N.C.
+5V
Key in 1
Key in 2
N.C.
N.C.
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Schematic Page 6 ; COMB Filter / SVHS Output
IC101
COMB filter ; TC9090AF
supply voltage ; +5V at pin 15, 18 and 27
control by I2C ; SDA at pin 8 and SCL at pin 9
CVBS from IC100 pin 26 is filtered by C800/C801/L800/C802 and connected to pin 3
Y/C separate signals output from IC101 pin 25/23 are also filtered by Q801 base circuit
and Q802 base circuit
Y is amplified to adjust the level at Q119/Q120 for return signal to
IC100 and SVHS Y signal output via buffer Q803
C is amplified to adjust the level at Q121/Q122 for return signal to
IC100 and SVHS C signal output via buffer Q804
IC101 requires clock at pin 19 supplied from IC100.
SVHS100 SVHS output connector
pin
functions
1
GND
2
GND
3
C
4
Y
5
GND(SW)
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Schematic Page 7 ; SCART / FC-MSC Connection
SCART connectors
pin
SCART101
SCART102
SCART100
AV1
AV2
AV3
general spec
1
sound output sound output sound output
R
R
R
Audio output R ; =<1kohm, nominal
0.5Vrms+-3dB, max 2Vrms ; 54% modulation
in FM/AM
2
sound input
R
Audio input R ; >=10kohm, nominal 0.5Vrms,
min.0.2Vrms, max 2Vrms
3
sound output sound output sound output
L
L
L
Audio output L ; =<1kohm, nominal
0.5Vrms+-3dB, max 2Vrms ; 54% modulation
in FM/AM
4
GND
GND
GND
Audio common return
5
GND
GND
GND
Blue return
6
sound input
L
sound input
L
sound input
L
Audio input L ; >=10kohm, nominal 0.5Vrms,
min.0.2Vrms, max 2Vrms
7
N.C.
Blue-in
Blue-in
Blue ; 75ohm, 0.7V+-0.1V
sound input
R
sound input
R
8
switch
switch
switch
Function switch ; >=10kohm, =<2nF, Level 0 ;
0~2V, Level 1A : +4.5V~+7V (16:9), Level 1B
: +9.5V~+12V (4:3)
9
GND
GND
GND
Green return
10
AVLINK
N.C.
N.C.
Avlink ; TTL level
11
N.C.
Green-in
Green-in
Green ; 75ohm, 0.7V+-0.1V
12
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
under consideration
13
GND
GND
GND
Red return
14
GND
GND
GND
Blanking return
15
C in
Red-in
Red-in
Red/C ; 75ohm, 0.7V+-0.1V (Red), +-3dB at
1Vpp Y signal (C)
16
N.C.
Fast
Blanking
Fast
Blanking
Blanking ; 75ohm, logical 0 (off) : 0~0.4V,
logical 1 : +1~+3V
17
GND
GND
GND
Video output return
18
GND
GND
GND
Video input return
19
TV output
Monitor
output
Monitor
output
Video/Y output ; 75ohm, 1Vpp +-3dB (sync
0.3V-3dB, +10dB)
20
CVBS/Y in
CVBS in
CVBS in
Video input ; 75ohm, 1Vpp +-3dB (sync 0.3V3dB, +10dB)
21
GND
GND
GND
Common return and contact 8, 10, 12
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PL700 connection with FC/MSC board 26ways connector
assuming that 1Vpp video signal with 75ohm terminated is input through SCART100 (AV3)
UV are inverted by Q609/Q612/Q610/Q613 to CbCr(U'V') at pin 25/24 and
those are adjusted to the level at 1.4Vpp
Y is amplified by Q608/Q611 to adjust the level at 1.4V for signal and 0.6V
for sync (2Vpp in total) at pin 26
sound level L and R at pin 6/4 should be 500mVrms on the condition that 500mVrms audio is input through SCART100(AV3)
BG FM sound with 54% modulation is received
PL701 connection with FC/MSC board 26 ways connector
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Schematic; AVC Power Supply
I901
switching regulator - controller and power MOS FET ; STR-F6668B
supply voltage at pin 4 ; over +16V (start operating)
pin 1
feedback input
pin 2
Source of power MOS FET
pin 3
Drain of power MOS FET
pin 4
power supply input for controller
pin 5
GND
H901 DC+5V switching regulator module ; uPM0518SA
supply voltage ; DC +120+375V at pin 1
input pin 1
DC(+) voltage input
pin 5
DC(-) voltage input
pin 7
feedback input-1
pin 8
feedback input-2
output pin 6
DC(-) voltage output
pin 9
DC(+) voltage output
I902
photocoupler ; TLP621
I930
switching regulator ; SPI-8010A
supply voltage ; DC +8.5+50V at pin 11
input pin 11
pin 15
output pin 7
I931
DC voltage input
feedback input
switching output
switching regulator ; SI-8010GL
supply voltage ; DC +8+50V at pin 5
input pin 5
feedback input
pin 2
output ON/OFF
output pin 4
I932
DC voltage input
pin 8
switching output
DC+5V series regulator ; SI-3050LSA
supply voltage ; DC +5.1+8V at pin 1,3
input pin 1,3
DC voltage input
output pin 7,8
DC +5V output
I933
switching regulator ; SI-8033JD
supply voltage ; DC +5.3+40V at pin 1
input pin 1
feedback input
pin 5
output ON/OFF
output pin 2
PSP
DC voltage input
pin 4
switching output
connector for AV P.W.B.
PFP1 connector for FC4 unit
PFP2 connector for FC4 unit
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Schematic Drawings
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Circuit Boards
47
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AV Power Side A
49
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AV Power Side B
50
Monitor block SIGNAL/SOUND board [ side - A ]
L
K
J
I
SIGNAL/SOUND board is 4 layered.
H
G
F
E
D
C
The inner layer is not recorded.
B
A
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
L
K
J
I
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
Main chip component location search chart
Cir.No.
Position
Cir.No.
Position
Cir.No.
Position
Cir.No.
Position
Cir.No.
Position
Cir.No.
Position
Cir.No.
Position
D003
D401
D402
D403
D404
D405
D406
D408
D409
D410
D413
D414
D415
D600
D601
C4
K4
K3
K3
K4
J4
J2
J2
I3
I1
H4
K2
I3
E1
E1
D602
D603
D604
D605
D606
D607
D610
D611
DP01
DS01
DS02
DS03
DS04
I001
I002
F1
F1
E1
E1
F1
E1
D2
D2
F5
A2
A2
A3
B4
C3
B3
I003
I201
I202
I600
I601
I602
I603
IC401
IC402
IC403
IP02
L201
L202
L203
L204
C4
D5
B5
E2
G2
G3
D1
H2
J2
J1
F5
B5
B5
D5
C5
L600
L601
L602
L603
L604
LP02
LP04
PDA1
PDS
PSC2
Q001
Q002
Q003
Q005
Q006
D2
E2
E2
E3
G3
F4
E5
H6
A5
G6
C4
C2
C2
G5
G5
Q201
Q202
Q203
Q204
Q401
Q402
Q403
Q404
Q405
Q406
Q407
Q408
Q600
Q601
Q602
D4
D4
C6
C6
I4
J4
J3
K1
K1
I3
H4
J3
F2
F2
G2
QP01
QS04
TP001
TP002
TP601
X001
X002
X201
X202
X203
X204
X600
X601
X602
X603
E5
A2
D3
C4
D2
G5
D3
B5
B5
B5
C4
G1
G1
G1
G1
X604
X605
XS01
XS02
XS03
G1
F1
A2
B1
B1
Monitor block SIGNAL/SOUND board [ side - B ]
A
B
C
D
SIGNAL/SOUND board is 4 layered.
E
F
G
H
I
J
The inner layer is not recorded.
K
L
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
A
B
C
D
Main chip component location search chart
Cir.No.
Position
D001
D608
D609
QS01
D3
F2
F2
B4
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
FILTER board
LED board for 32V
LED board for 42V
SPEAKER TERMINAL (R) bord (only 42V)
SPEAKER TERMINAL (L) bord (only 42V)
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Troubleshooting Flow Charts
AV Power - 1
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AV Power - 2
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AV Power - 3
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Assembly Drawings
Audio / Video
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Wiring for Audio / Video Components
Specification
1. This Drawing shows the wire dressing and connectors' connection of
AVC3-E Final Assy.
2. Connectors with wire should be inserted into Plug Pin Posts as
shown on the table below
Connector with wire
Name Assy List
ESC FINAL ASSY
EFP1 FINAL ASSY
EFP2 FINAL ASSY
ESF FINAL ASSY
PSP Power Board Assy
Plug Pin 1
Board
Control Board
Power Board
Power Board
AV Board
AV Board
Name
PSC
PFP1
PFP2
PSF
PSP
Plug Pin 2
Board
AV Board
HCP111
HCP111
HCP111
-
Name
PL702
P002P
P003P
P001
-
3. Into Plug Pin Post with Lock function, connector housing should be
inserted deeply until it can be locked.
4. Into Plug Pin Post without Lock function, connector housing should be
inserted most deeply.
5. Flexible Flat Cable ESF should be fixed as shown on the drawing below
position
and lock
EFP1, EFP2, ESC and
EARTH should never be
bunched together with ZSC
(Nittoh adhesive tape No.188
L=50mm)
Lead clamper for EFP1, EFP2,
ESC and EARTH should be locked
after fixing EARTH and looped
EFP1, EFP2 and ESC wires.
10
150
10
59
32PD3000E
42PD3000E
32PD3000E
42PD3000E
32PD3000E Monitor Block
The codes in brackets shown in the wiring diagram express
the name of materials.
The key to the codes and materials is shown on the table below.
Code
SIGNAL Board
AC INLET
Material
POLYCARBONATE+
PC+ABS
ACRYLONITRILE BUTADIENE STYRENE
PS
POLYSTYRENE
FILTER Board
LED Board
(PS)
(PC+ABS)
Colored metal plate
(PS)
32PD3000E
42PD3000E
32PD3000E
42PD3000E
42PD3000E Monitor Block
The codes in brackets shown in the wiring diagram express
the name of materials.
The key to the codes and materials is shown on the table below.
Code
(PC+ABS)
Material
ABS
ACRYLONITRILE BUTADIENE STYRENE
POLYCARBONATE+
PC+ABS
ACRYLONITRILE BUTADIENE STYRENE
AL
ALUMINUM
PDP Panel Module
Assembly
POWER UNIT
SIGNAL/SOUND
Board Assembly
(ABS)
(PC+ABS)
(AL)
(PC+ABS)
(ABS)
(PC+
ABS)
(PC+ABS)
(PC+ABS)
(PC+
ABS)
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
32 inch Monitor Wiring A
62
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
32 inch Monitor Wiring B
63
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
42 inch Monitor Wiring A
64
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
65
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
24 way Digital Interface Cable
Connection
AVC(FC4)
P301P
DV174320-4004
PDP
AVC(FC4)
P302P
TC57587-01-401
PDP
1
TX2-
TX2-
1 TXD
TXD
2
TX2+
TX2+
2 RXD
RXD
3
SHIELD
---
SHIELD
3 PARITY
PARITY
4
N.C.
---
N.C.
4 REMO-PDP
REMO-PDP
5
N.C.
---
N.C.
5 AUDIO L
AUDIO L
6
SCLH
SCLH
6 AUDIO R
AUDIO R
7
SDAH
SDAH
7 PDDET
PDDET
8
N.C.
N.C.
8 AVDET2
AVDET2
9
TX1-
---
TX1-
10 TX1+
TX1+
11 SHIELD
---
SHIELD
12 N.C.
---
N.C.
13 N.C.
---
N.C.
14 +5VAVDET
15 GND
+5VAVDET
---
GND
16 HPDET
HPDET
17 TXD-
TXD-
18 TXD+
TXD+
19 SHIELD
---
SHIELD
20 N.C.
---
N.C.
21 N.C.
---
N.C.
22 SHIELD
---
SUIELD
23 TXC+
TXC+
24 TXC-
TXC-
66
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
Microprocessor Pins
Pin
No.
INVERTED (I)
FUNCTION OR BUFFERED IN/OUT
(B)
FUNCTION
Port 0
0.
9
0
0.
10
1
0.
11
2
0.
12
3
0.
13
4
0.
14
5
0.
15
6
0.
16
7
Port 1
1.
41
0
1.
42
1
1.
43
2
1.
44
3
1.
45
4
1.
46
5
1.
47
6
1.
52
7
Port 2
24
POWERON
IN
POWER1
OUT
POWER2
OUT
(I) POWERLED 5V
(I) OSDRESET
OUT
OUT
(I) PM-RESET OUT
WC#
EEPROM
AV-LINK(I) AV LINK
OUT
3WBCLOCK
FCENABLE
MSCENABLE
(I) 3WBCLOCK 5V
(I) FCENABLE 5V
(I) MSCENABLE 5V
OUT
OUT
Power key
standon
input
by
Power control H(1.5V)
L
1
Power control H(1.0V)
L
2
Power LED H(1.5V) H(1.5V)
control
L
H(1.5V)
PDP reset
EEPROM
enable
AV link
output
OUT
3 wire bus
clock
OUT
FC enable
OUT
MSC enable
OUT
3WBDATA
PC OSD
enable
MSP3410
(I) MSP-RESET OUT
reset
(B) 3WBIN/OU 3 wire buses
DATA+5V
T
data
SCL-3V3
(B) SCL+5V
OUT
SDA-3V3
(B) SDA+5V
IN/OU
I2C bus data
T
FROM
IN
SCART1 PIN 8
H(1.2V)
PC OSD reset
(I) OSD-EN
2.
ADC0
0
power
save
I2C bus clock
Scart 101
(AV1) pin 8
detect
67
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
2.
ADC1
1
2.
26
PDDET
2
25
27
2.
ADC3
3
Port 3
3.
31
IF TRAP
0
32
3.
SCI
2
3.
34
IR1
3
FRONT3.
35
SVHS4
SOCKET
3.
36
MAP1
5
3.
37
MAP2
6
3.
1900RX
7
Port 4
4.
48
MEM RD#
2
4.
49
MEM WR#
3
68
FROM PDP
IN
FROM FRONT
IN
SWITCHES
ADJACENT
CHANNELS
3. 1900TX1 3v3
33
38
FROM TUNER
IN
AGC
FROM
AVLINK
OUT
Not used
OUT
PDP
communicatio
n via RS232C
IN
AV link input
IR FROM PDP IN
IN
A18 ON SRAM OUT
A15/A18
SWITCH
AGC level
detect
PDP ON
detect
Vol+/&Prog.+/- key
input
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
IR input
S-VHS socket
detect
SRAM
mapping
SRAM
mapping
PDP
communicatio
n via RS232C
SRAM output
enable
SRAM write
enable
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
Connections to FC4
PSF at AVC
P001 at FC4
PIN NAME
PIN NAME
1
GND
GND
I/O
I2C bus DATA
2
N.C.
N.C.
I/O
I2C bus CLOCK
3
GND
GND
-
4
DATA
DATA
I/O
5
CLK
CLK
6
GND
7
Pin
No.
IN/OUT FUNCTIONS
NOTE
GND
3 wires DATA
5V CMOS
I
3 wires CLOCK
5V CMOS
GND
-
GND
FC-ENA
FC-ENA
I
FC micro enable
5V CMOS
8
MSC-ENA
OSD-CS
I
MSC micro enable
5V CMOS
9
DATA
OSD-DATA
I
3 wires DATA
5V CMOS
10
CLK
OSD-CLK
I
3 wires CLOCK
5V CMOS
11
GND
GND
-
GND
12
N.C.
N.C.(2H)
O
2H sync for OSD
13
N.C.
K_DET
I
Enable for OSD
generator
14
N.C.
N.C.(2V)
O
2V sync for OSD
15
N.C.
KMASK
I
RESET for OSD
generator
16
GND
GND
-
GND
17
RS232CPDP(TxD)
32C-PDP (TXD)
I
RS232C-TxD
5V CMOS
18
RS232CPDP(RxD)
32C-PDP (RXD)
O
RS232C-RxD
5V CMOS
19
GND
GND
-
GND
20
+5VSTB
AVDET
I
PDP control
21
N.C.
N.C.
I
MATRIX control
22
Remo-PDP
Remo-PDP
O
R/C command from
5V CMOS
PDP
23
GND
N.C.
-
GND
24
PM RST
PM RST
I
PDP control
5V CMOS
25
PD DET
PD DET
O
PDP control
5V CMOS
26
GND
GND
-
GND
27
MY
MY
I
Video Y
1.4V±0.06Vp-p
28
MCb
MCb
I
Video Cb
0.7v±0.03Vp-p
29
MCr
MCr
I
Video Cr
0.7v±0.03Vp-p
69
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
30
GND
GND
-
GND
31
MH
MH
I
Main H sync
5V CMOS
32
MV
MV
I
Main V sync
5V CMOS
33
GND
GND
-
GND
34
SY
SY
I
Sub Y/G
1.4V±0.06Vp-p (Y) /
0.7Vpp±0.03Vpp (G)
35
SCb
SCb
I
Sub Cb/B
0.7v±0.03Vp-p
36
SCr
SCr
I
Sub Cr/R
0.7v±0.03Vp-p
37
GND
GND
-
GND
38
SH
SH
I
Sub H sync
5V CMOS
39
SV
SV
I
Sub V sync
5V CMOS
40
GND
GND
-
GND
41
GND
GND(OSD/TXT
G)
I
GND
42
GND
GND(OSD/TXT
B)
I
GND
43
GND
GND(OSD/TXT
R)
I
GND
44
GND
GND(OSD
BLK/Ys)
I
GND
45
GND
GND(OSD/Ym)
I
GND
46
GND
GND
-
GND
47
AUDIO L
AUDIO L
I
Audio L
48
GND
GND
-
GND
49
AUDIO R
AUDIO R
I
Audio R
50
GND
GND
-
GND
P002P
PIN
NO.
PIN NAME
typ 500mVrms
at FC4
IN/OUT FUNCTIONS
1
FA+6.0V
I
6V power supply
2
FA+6.0V
I
6V power supply
3
GND
-
GND
4
GND
-
GND
5
FSTB+5V
I
Stand-by +5V
6
FSTB+5V
I
Stand-by +5V
7
GND
-
GND
70
typ 500mVrms
NOTE
460mA
50mA
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
P003P
PIN
NO.
PIN NAME
at FC4
IN/OUT FUNCTIONS
1
D+1.8V
I
1.8V power supply
2
D+1.8V
I
1.8V power supply
3
GND
-
GND
4
GND
-
GND
5
D+3.3V
I
3.3V power supply
6
D+3.3V
I
3.3V power supply
7
D+3.3V
I
3.3V power supply
8
GND
-
GND
9
GND
-
GND
NOTE
500mA
350mA
71
32PD3000 / 42PD3000
PCB Connectors
AVC
ESC 2908877
FINA
Contr
AV
L
EA00069 CPC10PH2R0HTP
PL70 EA00349 CPC10PH2R0VTP
CO-10C-C2R0-431 ol
PSC
Boar
ASS
R
H-SM3
2
R
H-SM3
Board
d
Y
FINA
EFP
L
CO-07C-C1R5EF22161
1
ASS 391-ZH
Y
Power PFP EA01246 CPC07BP1R5VTBoard 1
R
SM3
FC4
P002 EA01266 CPC07BP1R5HTP
R
SM3A
FINA
EFP
L
CO-09C-C1R5EF22171
2
ASS 391-ZH
Y
Power PFP EA01248 CPC09BP1R5VTBoard 2
R
SM3
FC4
P003 EA01268 CPC09BP1R5HTP
R
SM3A
FINA
L
PRW-SML2CDASS 50P-L700
Y
AV
EA00932 CPC50FP0R5VTPSF
Board
R
FH12
FC4
P001
EA01561 CPC50FP0R5HTR
FLZX
-
-
ESF EK01108
PSP
Powe
CPCPED04153 r
AV
ED04163
19BP1R2VU1.25F
PSP
19BS1R2VU1.25F U
Boar
Board
U
JN
JN
d
FC4
P001
EA01561R CPC50FP0R5HT-FLZX PSF AV Board
P002P EA01266R CPC07BP1R5HT-SM3A PFP1 Power Board
P003P EA01268R CPC09BP1R5HT-SM3A PFP2 Power Board
P301P EY01501
PJX-DVI(F)24P RA SOK
PDP Signal Audio Board
P302P EY01491
PJX-YKF51-5376
PDP Signal Audio Board
P501P EA01247R CPC08BP1R5VT-SM3
For Alignment
P601P EY01062
PC Input Terminal
PJX-DSUB JACK
AV Board
PSF
EA00932R CPC50FP0R5VT-FH12
P001 FC4
PSP
ED04163U CP-19BS1R2VU1.25FJN PSP PowerBoard
PL702 EA00349R CPC10PH2R0VTPH-SM3 PSC ControlBoard
Power Control Board
PFP1 EA01246R CPC07BP1R5VT-SM3
P002P FC4
PFP2 EA01248R CPC09BP1R5VT-SM3
P003P FC4
PSC EA00069R CPC10PH2R0HTPH-SM3 PL702 AV Board
72
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THE UPDATED PARTS LIST
FOR THIS MODEL IS
AVAILABLE ON ESTA
No ITEM
1 CVBS &
S.INPUT
SOFTER
2
POTENTIAL PROBLEM/QUESTION
CVBS and S-VHS input is softer than
CL32PD2100 (with NR=off).
When DVD signal input through AV1, Front by
CVBS or S-VHS, picture is soft.
CAUSE and COUNTERMEASURE/ADVICE
CAUSE ;
DVD output signal includes noise equivalent to picture
frequency.
CL32PD2100 displays a picture more detail with NR=off
than 32PD3000 but DVD noise is also emphasized especially
seeing sky, you can see dot noise on
CL32PD2100.
32PD3000 is filtered noise so you cannot see noise but a
picture is also becoming softer.
ADVICE;
CVBS and S-input is not good for demonstration. Because
almost all DVD has RGB, please use RGB for demo or
YCbCr/YpbPr instead (new feature) RGB input of 32PD3000
is more crisp and less noise than CL32PD2100.
BLACK LEVEL CVBS and S-output from DVD player has set up The set up black level is not expected on PAL signal. So
something wrong probably when DVD disc is copied in
BRIGHT (Black voltage of black level around 0.1V.
Spanish DVD software company. Or Some DVD player may
This causes black brighter and loose contrast.
level set- up)
This was found with DVD player DV P305 with have potential cause of this problem. But it is recommended
Spanish DVD disc. I have never found the same that the demonstration should be done by RGB or component
phenomenon in any other places so far. In HEL, I input to avoid this phenomenon. Almost all DVD players
have checked DV P305 with UK DVD disc and have RGB output.
confirmed OK (no set up voltage) In Italy, this
was not found with DVD player DV P250 with
Italy DVD disc. CVBS and S-input
from DVD
3
LTI EFFECT
Luminance
Transient
Improvement
PICTURE > MORE > LTI
LTI effect is not significant in CVBS and SINPUT but very significant on RGB and
component input.
CL32PD2100 has LTI but it is so strong that noise is also
emphasised very much. On 32PD3000, this is improved to
effect clear signal avoiding noise enhancement.
4
NOISE
REDUCTION
EFFECT
PICTURE > MORE > YNR
PICTURE > MORE > CNR
Noise reduction effect is not as strong as
CL32PD2100. CL32PD2100 is too strong to give
crisp picture. Instead, there are 2 types Noise
Sometime on TV, noise appears close to colour frequency.
By previous noise reduction, when this noise is reduced by
NR feature, it affect luminance causing loose of picture
sharpness. CNR only reduce this noise without affecting
picture sharpness.
79
NOTE
This is observed only
in Spain.
This is caused by DVD
player option. DV
P305 has menu option
to switch SET UP >
DISPLAY OPTION >
BLACK LEVEL =
On/Off. When it is set
to On, the signal on left
hand drawing is output
from DVD.
No ITEM
CAUSE and COUNTERMEASURE/ADVICE
5
White balance adjustment in menu bar ranges from 6500K to
11000K in DYNAMIC/NATURAL/FAVOURITE. In
CINEMA, colour temperature range is shifted to warm side.
6
7
POTENTIAL PROBLEM/QUESTION
Reduction on 32PD3000. YNR and CNR. YNR ;
Luminance noise is reduced without affecting
Chrominane transient. CNR ; Chrominace noise
is reduced without loosing sharpness of picture
(Luminance)
WHITE BALANCE adjustment is done by menu
WHITE
bar. COOL/NORMAL/WARM selection is also
BALANCE
possible but in service menu. In Picture mode is
selected as shown below. DYNAMIC ; COOL
NATURAL ; COOL
CINEMA ; NORMAL
FAVOURITE ; COOL
CLOCK NOISE When selecting CENTRE speaker or AV4
mode, you can hear clock noise in sound when
ON SOUND
volume level is increased
more than half. This is caused by cross-talk in
the cable. AV4 sound and centre sound are
located after audio decoder (MSP3410) which
leads audio input impedance
When you see streak noise on RGB input, this is
RGB MODE
caused by clamping error accidentally.
STREAK
NOISE
Screened interface cable cures this problem.
In service mode, check SVC > OPT > RGB Comb = off
8
MENU
WIDEMODE
This is because OSD is inserted BEFORE a picture is scaled
When you select MENU, picture wide mode is
changed to WIDESCREEN wherever wide mode to any of wide modes. If a picture is zoomed to LETTER
BOX or T16:9L, some of the menu is hidden if wide mode
is.
remains as it is. This system gets TV+TEXT feature possible.
9
PC WINDOW
LIMITATION
When selecting PC window, sub picture is
displayed. Sub picture is not possible to display
YPbPr and PC so those are prohibited to be
selected.
80
By AV key selection, AV4 and PC is skipped. AV/PC in
position, FRONT is displayed when selecting the position
where AV4 and PC is stored. In case of AV in position
ideally that psotion should be skipped. But it is not easy for
software to carry out so FRONT is selected as alternative to
blanking.
NOTE
It will be applied after
trail 100 Q’ty. For 100,
DMD send HEL
improved one.
No ITEM
10 PICTURE
MODE
11 AUDIO MODE
12 TRUBASS &
MATRIX
SURROUND
13 AV4
Components
INPUT
14 TV + TEXT
81
POTENTIAL PROBLEM/QUESTION
Picture mode provides 4 kinds of modes.
DYNAMIC, NATURAL, CINEMA,
FAVOURITE
CAUSE and COUNTERMEASURE/ADVICE
NOTE
We recommend
DYNAMIC ; DVD for DEMO
NATURAL ; TV, VCR, STB
CINEMA ; DVD, STB
FAVOURITE ; TV, VCR, DVD, STB
Only selecting FAVOURITE allows a user to adjust
CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, etc.
Audio mode provides 4 kinds of modes.
We recommend
MUSIC, SPEECH, CINEMA, FAVOURITE
MUSIC ; MUSIC
SPEECH ; NEWS, TALK SHOW
CINEMA ; MOVIE, DRAMA
FAVOURITE ; any of those and adjust to users’ preference.
Only selecting FAVOURITE allows a user to adjust
TREBLE, BASS, TruBASS, etc
The effect is the same as PDP1st generation. But TruBass/Matrix are adjusted in each audio mode when
operation is a little different.
selected as follows;
MUSIC ; TruBASS=HIGH, MATRIX=ON
SPEECH ; TruBASS=OFF, MATRIX=OFF
CINEMA ; TruBASS=MID, MATRIX=ON
Those can be changed in service menu.
FAVOURITE ; according to user menu. Shipping is
TruBASS=LOW, MTRIX=OFF
However, MATRIX can be switched on and off by surround
key in each audio modes after that.
When you select AV4, input signal is automatically identified
AV4 supports 4 types of components inputs.
to display properly on screen.
Normal 50Hz (PAL) ; YCbCb50
Normal 60Nz (NTSC) ; YCbCr60
Progressive 50Hz (PAL) ; YPbPr50
Progressive 60Hz (NTSC) ; YPbPr60
In TV+TEXT, R/C operation follows
As operation, [A|B] key is switched to TV+TEXT on and off.
TELETEXT
From TELETEXT mode, it switches TV+TEXT $
operation. Ten keys select page number not a
TEXT $ TV+TEXT ….
position number.
From TV mode, it switches TV+TEXT $ TV $
TV+TEXT ….
In TV+TEXT, menu is not available to adjust picture and any
other menu items. (In TEXT mode, the same thing happens.)
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