FILE NO. 330-200502
SERVICE MANUAL
TDP-S9
Document Created in Japan Feb.,2005
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 System Introduction ...................................................................................... 1
Technical Specification .................................................................................... 1
System Block Diagram .................................................................................... 2
Optics Conceptual Picture ............................................................................... 3
Chapter 2 Firmware Update ............................................................................................ 4
Setup Tool / Equipment .................................................................................... 4
Upgrading Procedure ...................................................................................... 4
Chapter 3 Machine Disassembly and Replacement ..................................................... 6
General Information ......................................................................................... 6
Disassemble Lamp Module ............................................................................. 7
Disassemble Lens Cover & IO Cover .............................................................. 8
Disassemble Top Cover and Front Cover ........................................................ 9
Disassemble Control Panel Cover, Speaker & Key Pad Board ...................... 10
Disassemble Main Board ............................................................................... 11
Disassemble Ballast Module ......................................................................... 12
Disassemble Optical Engine.......................................................................... 13
Disassemble Power Board ............................................................................ 14
Disassemble Power Outlet Set ...................................................................... 15
Disassemble Foot Screw Assembly .............................................................. 16
Exploded Overview ........................................................................................ 17
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting........................................................................................... 18
Video Signal troubleshooting ......................................................................... 19
Operation Function Troubleshooting .............................................................. 22
Power Source Troubleshooting ...................................................................... 23
Function Test and Alignment .......................................................................... 24
Equipment Needed ............................................................................... 24
Test Condition ....................................................................................... 24
Test Display Modes and Patterns ................................................................... 25
Compatible Modes ................................................................................ 25
Function Test Display Pattern ................................................................ 26
Chapter 5 Connector Information ................................................................................ 28
Introduction .................................................................................................... 28
Main Board .................................................................................................... 28
Power Board .................................................................................................. 32
Ballast Board ................................................................................................. 33
Chapter 6 Parts List ....................................................................................................... 34
Parts List ........................................................................................................ 34
Chapter 1
System Introduction
Technical Specification
Item
Description
Display Type
0.55" DMD/DDR
Lamp Type
Ushio E19 200W
Brightness
1,400 Lumen (typical), 1,120 Lumen (minimum)
ANSI Contrast Ratio
Typical = 200 ; Minimum = 100
Resolution (Pixels)
800 × 600 (480,000 dot × 1)
Uniformity
Typical > 70 %, Minimum > 60 %
Optical Compensation
Light Tunnel
Focal Length
20.2 ~ 24.2 mm
Screen Size
30 ~ 275 Inches
Throw Distance
1.2 ~ 10 Meter
Projection Type
Front, Rear, Ceiling
“Horizontal frequency (31 ~ 79 kHz)
Compatibility
“Vertical frequency (50 ~ 85 Hz)
Max output Pixel Rate 108 MHz
Keystone Correction
Vertical : +/–15
Audio System
2W × 1, 1/1.4 ohm
Aspect Ratio
16 : 9, 4 : 3
Video Input
PAL, NTSC, SECAM
Input Source
Computer, HDTV, S-Video, Video
Analog RGB (Input Signal)
D-Sub Connector
Operation Humidity
35 ~ 85%
3 : 2 Pull Down
Progressive Scan
Blank
Other Key Feature
Auto Source Detection
Freeze
Auto Tracking/Sync
Plastic Body
Sound Noise
34 dBA
Power Requirement
100 ~ 240 V, 50 ~ 60 Hz
Dimension (W × D × H)
256 × 200 × 102 mm
Weight
2.4 kg (<5.31 lb)
OSD Language
Chinese, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian,
Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Turkey, Korean,
Swedish, Poland.
Power Consumption
250 W
Operation Temperature
+5 ~ +40 °C
Certification
UL, CE, FCC Class B, VCCI, C-Tick, CCC
Power Supply
AC 100 ~ 240 V, 50 ~ 60 Hz
Chapter 1
1
System Block Diagram
FLASH
VIDEO IN
COMPOSITE
RD
RAM
BACK
IR
FRONT
IR
VIDEO
DECODER
VPX3226
S-VIDEO IN
ADC
AD9883
D-SUB
DDP2000
FAN
CONTROL
USB
TPA0172
AUDIO
AMPLIFIER
AUDIO IN
DAD1000
RESET IC
SPEAKER
CW
DRIVER
POWER
110/220V AC
A8904
MOTOR
CONTROL
PFC
DC/DC
+5V STBY
+5V
+12V
+13.5V
2
BALLAST
LAMP
LIGHT
SOURCE
RGB
LIGHT
COLOR SOURCE
WHEEL
DMD
SVGA
LENS
DISPLAY
IMAGE
Chapter 1
Optics-Conceptual Picture
DMD PCB
Lens Assembly
Heatsink
DMD
Fan
Lamp
Housing
Lamp Module
Thermal PCB
Chapter 1
3
Chapter 2
Firmware Upgrade
This chapter provides the equipment needed, setup and upgrading procedure for Firmware
upgrade.
Setup Tool / Equipment
1. Computer
2. USB Cable (see right picture)
3. Power Cord
Upgrading Procedure
1. Connect Download Cable to projector
2. Open burning programma (DLP Composer Lite)
4
Chapter 2
3. Press Power and Menu button together and connect the power cord into the projector.
Then release these 2 bottoms .
4. Click the Start Download button and then start to burning of program.
5. Completion of Burning then remove Power Cord and Burning Cord.
Chapter 2
5
Chapter 3
Machine Disassembly and Replacement
This section provides disassembly procedures for TDP-S9 DLP Projector. Before you begin any of
these procedures, be sure to turn off the power, computer system, and other attached devices;
then disconnect the power cable from the electronically outlet. Moreover, when you disassemble
the projector, be sure to put the screws in a safe place and separate them according to grouping.
Tool Needed
Item
Photo
Long Nose Nipper
Hex Sleeves 5mm
Screw Bit (+) : 107
Screw Bit (+) : 101
Screw Bit (+) : 102
General Information
Before You Begin
Before proceeding with the disassembly procedure, make sure that you do the following:
1. Turn off the power to the system and all peripherals.
2. Unplug the AC adapter and all power and signal cables from the system.
**Be sure to wear Antistatic wrist strap
6
Chapter 3
Disassemble Lamp Module
Note: Unplug all the cord before disassembling the Projector.
1. Loosen two screws of Lamp Cover
2. Remove Lamp Cover
3. Loosen two screws of Lamp Module.
4. Grasp the lamp handle and pull out Lamp Module
p.s Related notice of replace lamp please refer to the Lamp Specification section.
23587482
23587480
Chapter 3
7
Disassemble Lens Cover & IO Cover
1. Turn over the Projector.
2. Remove the Lens cover
23587491
1. Remove the 5 screws of the IO Cover.
2. Remove the IO Cover
23587490
8
Chapter 3
Disassemble Top Cover & Front Cover
1. Remove the all screws of top cover.
2. Lift up all components including key pad , speaker , front IR board.
23587488
1. Then lift up the front cover directly.
23587485
Chapter 3
9
Disassemble Control Panel Cover, Speaker & Key Pad Board
1. Remove all the screws on the top cover.
2. Detach control panel cover from top cover.
23587488
23587486
1. Remove all the component from control panel cover.
23587493
23587479
23587494
23587487
10
Chapter 3
Disassemble Main Board
1. Remove the five screws of main board .
2. Unplug all wires on the board.
(Main Board PIN location of connectors please refer to Chapter 5)
3. Remove the Main Board.
23587470
Chapter 3
11
Disassemble Ballast Module
1. Unplug all wires on Ballast Module.
(Ballast Board PIN location of connectors please refer to Chapter 5)
2. Unscrew 4 screws on Ballast Module.
3. Remove the Ballast Module.
12
Chapter 3
Disassemble Optical Engine
1. Unplug the wire inside.
2. Unscrew 4 screws on Optical Engine.
3. Then remove the Engine Module.
4. Be careful don’t let the Engine go down due to the heavy machine.
23587475
Chapter 3
13
Disassemble Power Board
1. Unplug all the wires on the board
(Power Board PIN location of connectors please refer to Chapter 5)
2. Unscrew 5 screws on Power Board.
3. Then remove Power Board.
23587472
14
Chapter 3
Disassemble Power Outlet Set
1. Remove the screw from the bottom of power wires and unplug the connector.
2. Then lift up the power outlet set.
Chapter 3
15
Disassemble Foot Screw Assembly
1. Push bottom to let foot screw assembly fall off.
2. Use nipper or tweezers carefully to press the head of foot screw .
3. Then foot screw assembly drops out by itself .
1. Remove the E-ring then remove the rear foot.
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Chapter 3
Exploded overview
Ballast exploded overview
Chapter 3
17
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides technicians and people who have an electronic background a primary
description about maintaining the product. Moreover, you can get the appropriate operation to
solve some complicated problems of component repairing and professional problems.
The Troubleshooting section focus on below items:
1. Video Signal Troubleshooting
2. Operation Function Troubleshooting
3. Power Source Troubleshooting
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Chapter 4
Video Signal
Computer No Signal
Check Source
NG
Turn on Source
OK
Check Cable
NG
Replace Cable
OK
Computer Mode Input
NG
Change to Computer Mode
OK
Change Main Board
Video No Signal
Check Source
NG
Turn on Source
OK
Check Cable
NG
Replace Cable
OK
Video Mode Input
NG
Change to Video Mode
OK
Change Main Board
Chapter 4
19
Fail to light up
Check LED indication
NG
Look up user manual,
and follow indicative action
OK
Check Lamp
NG
Replace Lamp
OK
Check Thermal Sensor
NG
Replace Thermal Sensor
OK
Check Fan
NG
Replace Fan
OK
Check Main Board
NG
Replace Main Board
OK
Check Ballast
NG
Replace Ballast
No Volume
Check Top cover’s cable
NG
Replace cable or
connect the cable back
OK
Check Speaker Connector
NG
Speaker Connector becomes loose
OK
Check Speaker
NG
Replace Speaker
OK
Check Main Board
OK
Replace Main
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Chapter 4
Color Missing On Screen
C/W Cable Connector
NG
Check Cable Connector
OK
Check Cable
NG
Replace Cable
OK
Check Main Board
NG
Change Main Board
OK
Change Optical Engine
Chapter 4
21
Operation Function:
Remote Control Failure
Check Battery Level
NG
Replace Battery
OK
Check Remote Controller
NG
Replace Remote Controller
OK
Check IR
NG
Replace IR
OK
Main Board Fail
Button Failure
Check Top cover’s cable
NG
Replace cable or
connect the cable back
OK
Check Button
NG
Replace Button
OK
Check Keypad
NG
Replace Keypad
OK
Replace Main Board
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Chapter 4
Power Source:
No Power Source After Turning On
Check Lamp Cover Switch
NG
Replace Lamp Cover
or Reassembly
OK
Check Power Cord
NG
Replace Power Cord
OK
Check Top Cover (key cable)
NG
Replace cable or key
OK
Check Main Board
NG
Replace Main Board
OK
Check Power Board
NG
Replace Power Board
OK
Replace Standby Signal cable NG
Fan failure After Turning On
Check Fan Connector
NG
Fan Connector becomes loose
OK
Check Inner Wires
NG
Replace Inner Wires
OK
Check Fan
NG
Replace Fan
OK
Check Main Board
NG
Replace Main Board
OK
Replace Power Board
Chapter 4
23
Function Test and Alignment
Equipment Needed
Item
Description
1
PC with SVGA resolution (Color Video Signal & Pattern Generator)
2
Remote Controller
3
Test Cable
4
Power cord
5
DVD Player
Test Condition
Item
1
Circumstance Brightness : Dark room less than 60 Iux
2
Inspection Distance : 1.8 m
3
Screen Size : 60 inches diagonal (wide)
4
5
24
Description
Before function test and alignment, each S600 should be run-in and
warmed-up for at least 5 minutes with following conditions.
1) In room temperature
2) With cycled display colors (R, G, B, White)
3) With cycled display modes
640 × 350 (H = 31.5 kHz, V = 70 Hz)
640 × 400 (H = 31.5 kHz, V = 70 Hz)
640 × 480 (H = 37.5 kHz, V = 75 Hz)
720 × 400 (H = 31.5 kHz, V = 70 Hz)
800 × 600 (H = 53.7 kHz, V = 85 Hz)
800 × 600 (H = 37.9 kHz, V = 60 Hz)
1024 × 768 (H = 48.4 kHz, V = 60 Hz)
1024 × 768 (H = 68.7 kHz, V = 85 Hz)
Test Display Mode and Pattern
Chapter 4
Test Display Modes and Patterns
Compatible Modes
Preset Signal
VGA
SVGA
XGA
Sync
H (+), V (–)
H (–), V (+)
H (–), V (–)
Resolution
H (–), V (–)
800 × 600
1152 × 864
H (+), V (+)
Chapter 4
59.94
31.469
800
72.809
37.861
832
75
37.5
840
85.008
43.269
832
56.25
35.156
1024
60.317
37.879
1056
72.188
48.077
1040
75
46.875
1056
85.061
53.674
1048
60.004
48.363
1344
70.069
56.476
1328
75.029
60.023
1312
84.997
68.677
1376
70.016
63.995
1472
75
67.5
1600
85.057
77.487
1568
60
60
1800
75
75
1680
60.02
63.981
1688
1280 × 960
H (+), V (+)
SXGA
Size
1024 × 768
H (–), V (–)
SXGA
fH (Hz)
640 × 800
H (+), V (+)
SXGA
fV (Hz)
H (+), V (+)
1280 × 1024
25
Function Test Display Pattern
Item
1
Noise check up
Pattern
Specification
Remark
12 squares
1) Select the “12 squares” BMP file to check
if there is any noises during the stage of
turning on, and warming up the projector.
Figure 1
12 squares
2) The noises appear on the square should
be less than three squares.
Figure 1
800 flicker
3) Select the “800 flicker” BMP file. Make
sure teach word on the projected image
does not flicker.
Figure 2
2
Dust check up
Full Black
1) Select the “Full Black” BMP file to project
the image on the screen. Stand 1.8 meters
from it and ensure there are no stains.
Figure 3
3
Dust check up
Full White
1) Select the “Full White” BMP file to project
the image on the screen. Stand 1.8 meters
from it and ensure there are no stains.
Figure 4
Figure 5
4
Resolution check up
Black and
White Word
1) Select the “Black and White word” BMP
file. Use the projector to adjust the
projected image to the maximum size and
minimum size and make sure each word is
distinguishable under both conditions.
5
RGB color check up
256RGB
1) Select the “256RGB” BMP file to check if
the color ladder of the image matches the
color ladder of the file.
Figure 6
6
Dust check up
Full Gray
1) Select the “Full Gray” BMP file to project
the image on the screen. Stand 1.8 meters
from it and ensure there are no stains.
Figure 7
Boundary
Frame
1) Click on the folder, select the “Boundary
Frame” BMP file, press the AUTO button
on the projector, check if the lines and
colors of the projected image are clear as
presented on the BMP file.
Figure 8
7
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Test Content
Light leakage check up
Chapter 4
Full Black Pattern (Figure 3)
Full White Pattern (Figure 4)
Black and White Word Pattern (Figure 5)
256RGB Pattern (Figure 6)
Gray Pattern (Figure 7)
Boundary Frame (Figure 8)
Chapter 4
27
Chapter 5
Connector Information
Introduction
This section provides each connector location on boards, signal and function of each board.
They will be useful for your detecting the defective boards.
Main Board
Summarize
28
Connector
Description
CN1
IR
CN2
Keypad control
CN3
Fan
CN4
Fan
CN5
Fan
CN6
Fan
CN7
IR
J1
Ballast control
J2
Thermal
J3
Video & S-Video in
J5
DMD connector
J7
Phone jack stereo-R
J8
Color wheel
J9
Power in
J15
Video & S-Video in
JP1
USB
JP3
CW index
JP4
Firmware debug
JP5
Standby run
CON1
D-SUB
CON2
Video
CON3
S-Video
Chapter 5
The Locations of Connectors
CN7
CN3
J5
CN4
CN5
J8 JP3
CN2
JP4
J2
J9
J3
J15
CN1
JP5
JP1
J7
CON1
J1 CN6
CON3
CON2
CN1 , CN7 : IR
CN2 : Keypad Control
PIN #
Description
PIN #
Description
1
IR 0
1
GND
2
GND
2
GND
3
+3.3 V
3
SP_R+
4
SP_R+
5
SP_R–
6
SP_R–
7
SP_L+
8
SP_L+
9
SP_L–
10
SP_L–
CN3 , CN4 , CN5 : FAN
PIN #
Description
1
PWM
2
Control
3
GND
J1 :Ballast Control
Chapter 5
11
Keypad_PWR
12
Keypad_Menu
13
Keypad_Up
14
Keypad_Down
PIN #
Description
15
Keypad_Left
1
12V_S1
16
Keypad_Right
2
FAN_FB3
17
GND
3
GND_PWM3
18
GND
19
Power_LED
20
LED_SYS2
21
LED_Lamp1
22
LED_Lamp2
23
P3P3V_STBY_PWR
24
P3P3V_STBY_PWR
25
P3P3V_STBY_PWR
26
Key_Source
27
IR 1
28
Key_Auto
29
J2 :Thermal
CON1 : D_SUB
PIN #
Description
PIN #
Description
1
+ 3.3 V
1
V-Red
2
SCL
2
V-Green
3
SDA
3
V-Blue
4
GND
4
NC
5
A GND
6
A GND
7
A GND
Description
8
A GND
1
COMPVID
9
+5V
2
A GND
10
DSUB_Detect
3
SVID_LUM
11
A GND
4
A GND
12
VSDA
5
SVID_CHR
13
H-Sync
6
GND
14
V-Sync
7
+ 3.3 V
15
VSCL
8
+ 3.3 V
J3 , J15 : Video & S-Video PIN
PIN #
J7 : Phone jack Stereo-R
CON2 : Video
PIN #
Description
PIN #
Description
1
GND
1
CVBS
2
AIN C _L
A GND
3
NC
4
AINC _R
5
NC
2
CON3 : S-Video
30
PIN #
Description
1
A GND
2
A GND
PIN #
Description
3
SVDOY
1
CW CTR
4
SVDOC
2
CW Y3
3
CW Y2
4
CW Y1
J8 : Color Wheel
Chapter 5
J9 : Power Supply
JP4 : FirmWare Debug
PIN #
Description
PIN #
Description
1
+5 V _STBY
1
GND
2
GND
3
GND
4
+5 V
5
+5 V
6
GND
7
2
GND
3
TMSI
4
TDO1_OUT
5
SYSRSTZ
6
TRSTZ
7
TDI
+13 .5 V
8
TMS2
8
GND
9
TCK
9
+12 .5 V
10
RTCK
10
GND
11
TDO2
12
ICE_RSTZ
JP1 : USB
TRACEPKT15
14
TRACEPKT 14
15
TRACEPKT 13
PIN #
Description
16
TRACEPKT 12
1
NC
17
TRACEPKT 11
2
USB DATN
18
TRACEPKT 10
3
USB DATP
19
TRACEPKT 9
4
GND
20
TRACEPKT 8
5
GND
21
TRACEPKT 7
6
GND
22
TRACEPKT 6
23
TRACEPKT 5
24
TRACEPKT 4
25
TRACEPKT 3
JP3 : CW Index
PIN #
Description
26
TRACEPKT 2
1
+3.3V
27
TRACEPKT 1
2
+3.3V
28
TRACEPKT 0
3
+3.3V
29
TRACECLK
GND
30
TRACESYNC
31
PIPESTAT0
32
PIPESTAT1
33
PIPESTAT2
34
+3.3 V
35
+3.3 V
36
+3.3 V
4
JP3 : CW Index
Chapter 5
13
PIN #
Description
1
STBY _PWR
2
GND
31
Power Board
Summarize
Connector
Description
CN101
AC Input
CN201
+380V Output
CN301
DC Output
The Locations of Connectors
CN301
CN201
CN101
CN101 : AC Input
CN301 :DC Output
PIN #
Description
PIN #
Description
1
Line
1
+5 V _STBY
2
NEUTRAL
2
GND
3
GND
4
+5 V
5
+5 V
6
GND
7
+13 .5 V
8
GND
9
+12.5 V
10
GND
11
GND
12
STBY _CTRL
CN201 : +380V Output
32
PIN #
Description
1
+380 V
2
GND
Chapter 5
Ballast Board
The Locations of Connectors
CN2
1
2
CN3
4
1
CN1
CN1 : Lamp Signal
PIN #
Chapter 5
CN2 : 380V
Description
PIN #
Description
1
DIM/RXD (Cathode LED)
1
GND
2
SCI/Sync. (Cathode LED)
2
+380 V DC
3
Common LED + (Anodes)
4
FLAG/TXD-(Emitter)
5
FLAG/TXD + (Collector)
CN3 : Lamp Output
PIN #
Description
1
Lamp Output
2
Lamp Output
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Chapter 6
Parts List
CAUTION:
The international hazard symbols “
” in the schematic diagram and the parts list designate
components which have special characteristics important for safety and should be replaced only with
types identical to those in the original circuit or specified in the parts list. The mounting position of
replacements is to be identical with originals. Before replacing any of these components, read
carefully the PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE.
Do not degrade the safety of the receiver through improper servicing
NOTICE:
• The parts number must be used when ordering parts, in order to assist in processing, be sure to
include the Model number and Description.
• The P.C. board assembly with ∗ mark is no longer available after the end of the production.
Parts
RPL
No.
34
Photo
Part Name
P/N
No.
1
Main Board
23587470
2
Ballast Board
3
4
Photo
Part Name
P/N
7
Keystroke
23587494
23587471
8
Top Cover
23587488
Power Board
23587472
9
Bottom Cover
23587480
Key Pad
23587479
10
Front Cover
23587485
5
Front IR Board 23587473
11
6
Back IR Board 23587474
12
Front IR Cover 23587486
IO Cover
23587490
Chapter 6
No.
Photo
Part Name
P/N
No.
Front
Foot Screw
Assembly
23587481
Part Name
P/N
25
Remote
Controller
23587508
Optical Engine 23587475
26
Soft Case
23587498
Lamp Module
(Optional)
Option
27
CD-ROM
23587499
16
FAN06A
23587484
28
Carton
23587500
17
FAN1206
23587483
29
Pad
23587504
18
Speaker
23587493
30
Pad Body
23587505
19
Lens
23587478
31
CE Label
23587506
20
Color Wheel
23587477
32
User Manual
23587502
21
Lens Cover
23587491
33
Lamp Cover
23587482
22
Control Panel
Cover
23587487
34
Fan, DMD
23587496
23
Fan Rubber
23587492
24
Wire 2P PWR
23587495
13
14
15
Chapter 6
3l1
3l2
Photo
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