VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15 Service Manual

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15 Service Manual

SERVICE MANUAL

VPL-PS10

VPL-PX10

VPL-PX15

VPLL-CT10

VPLL-CW10

WORLD

WORLD

WORLD

WORLD

WORLD

RM-PJM11

RM-PJM15

WORLD

WORLD

REVISED-1

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPLL-CT10/CW10

RM-PJM11

RM-PJM15

LCD Data Projector

Projection Lens (Not Included)

Remote Commander For VPL-PS10

Remote Commander For VPL-PX10/PX15

LCD DATA PROJECTOR

!

WARNING

This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only.

To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

!

WARNUNG

Die Anleitung ist nur für qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt.

Alle Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgeführt werden. Um die

Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei

Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben

Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von Personen ausgeführt werden, die eine spezielle Befähigung dazu besitzen.

!

AVERTISSEMENT

Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres.

Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement.

WARNING!!

AN INSULATED TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING

ANY SERVICE TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD, BE-

CAUSE OF LIVE CHASSIS.

THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED

TO THE AC POWER LINE.

SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING !!

COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY A

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MARK ON THE SCHEMATIC

DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE

CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPO-

NENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR

AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUB-

LISHED BY SONY.

ATTENTION!!

AFIN D’ÉVITER TOUT RISQUE D’ÉLECTROCUTION

PROVENANT D’UN CHÂSSIS SOUS TENSION, UN

TRANSFORMATEUR D’ISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILISÉ LORS

DE TOUT DÉPANNAGE.

LE CHÂSSIS DE CE RÉCEPTEUR EST DIRECTEMENT

RACCORDÉ Á L’ALIMENTATION SECTEUR.

ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS Á LA

SÉCURITÉ!!

LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MAPQUE

!

SUR

LES SCHÉMAS DE PRINCIPE, LES VUES EXPLOSÉES ET LES

LISTES DE PIECES SONT D’UNE IMPORTANCE CRITIQUE

POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DU FONCTIONNEMENT. NE LES

REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPOSANTS SONY DONT LE

NUMÉRO DE PIÈCE EST INDIQUÉ DANS LE PRÉSENT

MANUEL OU DANS DES SUPPLÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.

Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Vorsicht!

Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemäßem Austausch der Batterie.

Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom

Hersteller empfohlenen ähnlichen Typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des

Herstellers.

ATTENTION

Il y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie.

Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le constructeur.

Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux instructions du fabricant.

ADVARSEL!

Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering.

Udskiftning må kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type.

Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandøren.

ADVARSEL

Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare.

Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.

Brukt batteri returneres apparatleverandøren.

VARNING

Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.

Använd samma batterityp eller en likvärdig typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.

Kassera använt batteri enligt gällande föreskrifter.

VAROITUS

Paristo voi räjähtää jos se on virheellisesti asennettu.

Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin.

Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

1 (P)

2 (P)

For the customers in the Netherlands

Voor de klanten in Nederland

Dit apparaat bevat een Li-ion batterij voor memory backup.

Raadpleeg uw leverancier over de verwijdering van de batterij op het moment dat u het apparaat bij einde levensduur afdankt.

Gooi de batterij niet weg. maar lever hem in als KCA.

Bij dit product zijn batterijen geleverd.

Wanneer deze leeg zijn, moet u ze niet weggooien maar inleveren als KCA.

For the customers in the Netherlands

Voor de klanten in Nederland

Bij dit product zijn batterijen geleverd.

Wanneer deze leeg zijn, moet u ze niet weggooien maar inleveren als KCA.

Für Kunden in Deutschland

Entsorgungshinweis: Bitte werfen Sie nur entladene

Batterien in die Sammelboxen beim Handel oder den

Kommunen. Entladen sind Batterien in der Regel dann, wenn das Gerät abschaltet und signalisiert “Batterie leer” oder nach längerer Gebrauchsdauer der Batterien

“nicht mehr einwandfrei funktioniert”. Um sicherzugehen, kleben Sie die Batteriepole z.B. mit einem Klebestreifen ab oder geben Sie die Batterien einzeln in einen Plastikbeutel.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Table of Contents

1. Operating Instructions

1-1.

VPL-PX10/PX15/PS10 Operating Instructions .......................................... 1-1

1-2.

VPL-PX15 Operating Instructions for Networking .................................. 1-25

1-3.

VPL-PX10/PX15/PS10 Installation Manual ............................................. 1-45

1-4.

VPLL-CW10 Operating Instructions ........................................................ 1-55

1-5.

VPLL-CT10 Operating Instructions ......................................................... 1-56

2. Service Informations

2-1.

Board Layout ............................................................................................... 2-1

2-2.

Disassembly ................................................................................................ 2-2

2-2-1.

Hood Assembly and Front Assembly Removal ........................ 2-2

2-2-2.

H Board Removal ....................................................................... 2-3

2-2-3.

NF Board Removal .................................................................... 2-3

2-2-4.

C Board Removal ....................................................................... 2-4

2-2-5.

BB and BA Boards Removal ..................................................... 2-5

2-2-6.

Power Block Removal ................................................................ 2-6

2-2-7.

Optics Unit Assembly Removal ................................................. 2-7

2-2-8.

GA Board Removal (VPL-PX15 only) ...................................... 2-8

2-2-9.

CE block Removal (VPL-PX15 only) ........................................ 2-9

2-2-10. QC and CM Boards Removal (VPL-PX15 only) ..................... 2-10

2-2-11. Parts from the QC Board Removal (VPL-PX15 only) ............. 2-11

2-2-12. QA Board Removal .................................................................. 2-12

2-2-13. QB Board Removal .................................................................. 2-13

2-2-14. F and V Boards Removal ......................................................... 2-14

2-2-15. Prism Block Assembly and Polarizer Removal ....................... 2-15

2-2-16. Lamp Assembly Removal ........................................................ 2-16

2-2-17. Extension Boards and Extension Cables Connection .............. 2-17

2-2-18. VPL-PX15 Tool for Writing Network Software ...................... 2-18

2-2-19. Power Cord ............................................................................... 2-19

2-2-20. Main soft and Pixel works soft writing .................................... 2-20

3. Electrical Adjustments

3-1.

Preparations ................................................................................................. 3-1

3-1-1.

Equipment Required ................................................................... 3-1

3-1-2.

How to Enter and Use the Factory Mode ................................... 3-1

3-2.

V-COM Adjustment .................................................................................... 3-1

3-3.

Adjustment Item Initialize Data .................................................................. 3-2

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2

3-4.

Service Kowhow ....................................................................................... 3-10

3-4-1.

After Replacing the Prism Block ............................................. 3-10

3-4-2.

After Replacing the Board ....................................................... 3-10

3-4-2-1. When Replacing the BA Board ................................................ 3-10

3-4-2-2. When Replacing the C Board ................................................... 3-10

3-4-2-3. When Replacing the Other Board ............................................ 3-10

3-5.

White Balance Adjustment ....................................................................... 3-11

3-5-1.

Signal Level Adjustment .......................................................... 3-11

3-5-2.

White Balance Adjustment ...................................................... 3-11

3-5-2-1. HIGH Mode of INPUT-A ........................................................ 3-11

3-5-2-2. LOW Mode of INPUT-A ......................................................... 3-11

3-5-2-3. LOW Mode of VIDEO ............................................................. 3-11

3-6.

Memory ..................................................................................................... 3-12

4. Semiconductors

.................................................................................

4-1

5. Spare Parts

5-1.

Notes on Repair Parts .................................................................................. 5-1

5-2.

Exploded Views .......................................................................................... 5-2

5-3.

Electrical Parts List ................................................................................... 5-10

6. Block Diagrams

Overall .................................................................................................... 6-1

BA, BB (1/5), QA (1/2) ............................................................................ 6-2

BB (2/5), (3/5), NF, QA (2/2), QB ........................................................... 6-3

BB (4/5), H, V ........................................................................................... 6-4

BB (5/5) .................................................................................................... 6-5

C ............................................................................................................... 6-6

F, G, GA .................................................................................................... 6-7

7. Diagrams

7-1.

Frame Schematic Diagram .......................................................................... 7-2

Frame (1/3) ............................................................................................... 7-2

Frame (2/3) ............................................................................................... 7-3

Frame (3/3) ............................................................................................... 7-4

7-2.

Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards ........................................ 7-5

Schematic Diagrams

QA (1/2) .................................................................................................... 7-6

QA (2/2) .................................................................................................... 7-7

QB (1/3) .................................................................................................... 7-9

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

QB (2/3) .................................................................................................. 7-10

QB (3/3) .................................................................................................. 7-11

BA (1/2) .................................................................................................. 7-13

BA (2/2) .................................................................................................. 7-14

BB (1/7) .................................................................................................. 7-18

BB (2/7) .................................................................................................. 7-19

BB (3/7) .................................................................................................. 7-20

BB (4/7) .................................................................................................. 7-21

BB (5/7) .................................................................................................. 7-22

BB (6/7) .................................................................................................. 7-23

BB (7/7) .................................................................................................. 7-24

C (1/5) .................................................................................................... 7-30

C (2/5) .................................................................................................... 7-31

C (3/5) .................................................................................................... 7-32

C (4/5) .................................................................................................... 7-33

C (5/5) .................................................................................................... 7-34

F ............................................................................................................. 7-38

G (1/3) .................................................................................................... 7-38

G (2/3) .................................................................................................... 7-39

G (3/3) .................................................................................................... 7-40

GA .......................................................................................................... 7-41

H ............................................................................................................. 7-43

V ............................................................................................................. 7-43

NF ........................................................................................................... 7-43

Printed Wiring Boards

QA ............................................................................................................ 7-5

QB ............................................................................................................ 7-8

BA .......................................................................................................... 7-12

BB .......................................................................................................... 7-16

C ............................................................................................................. 7-28

G ............................................................................................................. 7-36

GA .......................................................................................................... 7-36

F ............................................................................................................. 7-37

H ............................................................................................................. 7-42

V ............................................................................................................. 7-42

NF ........................................................................................................... 7-42

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4-083-534-13(1)

LCD Data Projector

Operating Instructions

Mode d’emploi

Manual de instrucciones

GB

FR

ES

VPL-PX15

VPL-PX10

VPL-PS10

© 2001 Sony Corporation

WARNING

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.

To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

For the customers of the VPL-PX15/PX10

LASER RADIATION

DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM

CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT

RAYONNEMENT LASER

NE PAS REGARDER DANS LE FAISCEAU

APPAREIL A LASER DE CLASSE 2

LASER–STRAHLING,

NICHT IN DEN STRAHL BLICKEN

LASER KLASSE 2

MAX OUTPUT : 1mW

WAVE LENGTH : 645nm

EN60825-1

/A11:1996

This label is located on the rear of the Remote

Commander.

This label is located on the rear of the Remote

Commander.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated

“dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

For the customers in the USA

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

CAUTION

LASER RADIATION

DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM

WAVE LENGTH:645nm

MAX OUTPUT:1mW

CLASS II LASER PRODUCT

COMPLIES WITH DHHS 21 CFR

SUBCHAPTER J

SONY CORPORATION

6-7-35 KITASHINAGAWA

SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN

A

MANUFACTURED

AVOID EXPOSURE-

LASER RADIATION IS

EMITTED FROM THIS

APERTURE.

This label is located on the rear of the Remote

Commander.

This label is located on the rear of the Remote

Commander.

Laser light shines out of this window.

Caution

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

Notes

• Do not aim the laser at people and do not look into the laser transmitter.

• If the Remote Commander malfunctions or causes a malfunction, consult with qualified Sony personnel. We will exchange the Remote Commander for a new one based on the terms of the guarantee.

For the customers in Canada

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian

ICES-003.

For the customers in the United Kingdom

WARNING

THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED

IMPORTANT

The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:

Green-and-Yellow: Earth

Blue:

Brown:

Neutral

Live

As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows:

The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.

The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.

The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.

Voor de klanten in Nederland

Gooi de batterij niet weg, maar lever hem in als KCA.

The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and be easily accessible.

Apparaten ma kun tilkoples jordet stikkontakt.

Apparatet må kun tilkoples jordet stikkontakt.

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Warning on power connection

Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.

The United States,

Canada

Continental

Europe

UK, Ireland,

Australia, New Zealand

Plug type

Female end

Cord type

VM0233

VM0089

SJT

290B

386A

SJT

YP-12A COX-07

YC-13B

H05VV-F

COX-02

H05VV-F

— 1)

VM0310B

N13237/CO-228

Rated Voltage & Current 10A/125V 10A/125V 10A/250V 10A/250V 10A/250V

Safety approval UL/CSA UL/CSA VDE VDE VDE

Japan

YP332

YC-13

VCTF

7A/125V

DENAN

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(GB)

.........................................................................................................................................................................................................

1) Use the correct plug for your country.

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Table of Contents

Overview

Precautions ............................................................... 7 (GB)

Features ..................................................................... 8 (GB)

Location and Function of Controls ......................... 9 (GB)

Front / Left Side ....................................................... 9 (GB)

Rear / Right Side / Bottom ....................................... 9 (GB)

Control Panel ......................................................... 11 (GB)

Connector Panel ..................................................... 13 (GB)

Remote Commander (supplied with the

VPL-PX15/PX10) ............................................. 14 (GB)

Remote Commander (supplied with the

VPL-PS10) ........................................................ 16 (GB)

Setting Up and Projecting

Adjustments and Settings Using the Menu

Using the Menu ....................................................... 27 (GB)

The PICTURE CTRL Menu ..................................... 28 (GB)

The INPUT SETTING Menu .................................... 29 (GB)

The SET SETTING Menu ........................................ 31 (GB)

The INSTALL SETTING Menu ................................ 32 (GB)

Installation

Installing the Projector ........................................... 18 (GB)

Connecting the Projector ....................................... 18 (GB)

Connecting to a Computer ..................................... 18 (GB)

Connecting to a VCR or 15k RGB/Component

Equipment ......................................................... 20 (GB)

Connecting to a LAN (VPL-PX15 only) ............... 21 (GB)

Selecting the Menu Language ............................... 23 (GB)

Projecting ................................................................ 24 (GB)

Installation Example ............................................... 34 (GB)

Notes for Installation .............................................. 35 (GB)

Unsuitable Installation ........................................... 35 (GB)

Unsuitable Conditions for Use ............................... 35 (GB)

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(GB)

Maintenance

Other

6

(GB)

Maintenance ............................................................ 37 (GB)

Replacing the Lamp ............................................... 37 (GB)

Cleaning the Air Filter ........................................... 38 (GB)

Troubleshooting ..................................................... 39 (GB)

Specifications ......................................................... 41 (GB)

Index ........................................................................ 44 (GB)

Precautions

On safety

• Check that the operating voltage of your unit is identical with the voltage of your local power supply.

• Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it further.

• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for several days.

• To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself.

• The wall outlet should be near the unit and easily accessible.

• The unit is not disconnected to the AC power source

(mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off.

• Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on.

• Do not aim the laser at people and do not look into the laser transmitter.

• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation holes — the air coming out is hot.

• Be careful not to catch your fingers with the adjusters when you lift up the projector. Do not push hard on the top of the projector with the adjusters out.

• Be sure to grasp both sides when carrying the projector.

On illumination

• To obtain the best picture, the front of the screen should not be exposed to direct lighting or sunlight.

• Ceiling-mounted spot lighting is recommended. Use a cover over fluorescent lamps to avoid lowering the contrast ratio.

• Cover any windows that face the screen with opaque draperies.

• It is desirable to install the projector in a room where floor and walls are not of light-reflecting material. If the floor and walls are of reflecting material, it is recommended that the carpet and wall paper be changed to a dark color.

Precautions

On preventing internal heat build-up

After you turn off the power with the I / 1 key on the

Remote Commander or on the control panel, do not disconnect the unit from the wall outlet while the cooling fan is still running.

Caution

The projector is equipped with ventilation holes

(intake) on the bottom and ventilation holes (exhaust) on the front. Do not block or place anything near these holes, or internal heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or damage to the projector.

On cleaning

• To keep the cabinet looking new, periodically clean it with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent solution. Never use strong solvents, such as thinner, benzene, or abrasive cleansers, since these will damage the cabinet.

• Avoid touching the lens. To remove dust on the lens, use a soft dry cloth. Do not use a damp cloth, detergent solution, or thinner.

• Clean the filter at regular intervals, every 300 hours.

On repacking

Save the original shipping carton and packing material; they will come in handy if you ever have to ship your unit. For maximum protection, repack your unit as it was originally packed at the factory.

About the LCD projector

The LCD projector is manufactured using highprecision technology. You may, however, see tiny black points and/or bright points (red, blue, or green) that continuously appear on the LCD projector. This is a normal result of the manufacturing process and does not indicate a malfunction.

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Features

Features

High brightness, high picture quality

• High brightness

Adopting a newly developed optical system and a 200

W UHP lamp allows high brightness (VPL-PX15/

PX10: light output 2000 ANSI lumen, VPL-PS10: light output 1500 ANSI lumen) and excellent uniformity on the picture.

High resolution

VPL-PX15/PX10

Three 0.9-inch, approximately 790,000 pixel, XGA panels provide a resolution of 1024

×

768 dots for

RGB input and 750 horizontal TV lines for video input.

VPL-PS10

Three 0.9-inch, approximately 480,000 pixel, SVGA panels provide a resolution of 800

×

600 dots for RGB input and 600 horizontal TV lines for video input.

Simple setup

• Simple setup with external equipment

The projector has 37 preset data items for input signals in memory, which allows you to project a clear picture on the screen simply by connecting equipment and pressing the APA (Auto Pixel

Alignment) key.

• Compatible with USB (Universal Serial Bus) hub functions

You can connect USB equipment (e.g., a USB mouse) to the projector, and also control the projector by using the “Projector Station” application software

(CD-ROM) supplied with the projector from a computer operated with Microsoft

1)

Windows

1)

98,

Windows 98 SE or Windows 2000. Using this application software, you can open a file you want to use for your presentation with the supplied Remote

Commander.

Easy presentation

• Multi functional Remote Commander with mouse control functions

You can operate a computer connected to this projector with the Remote Commander since the unit has a built-in mouse receiver.

• Digital zoom / freeze functions

This projector has a digital zoom function that enables you to enlarge the image at a desired location on the screen. The freeze function allows you to freeze the picture projected. The frozen picture continues to be projected even if the equipment is disconnected from the video source.

Accepts various input signals

• Scan converter loaded

This projector has a built-in scan converter that converts the input signal to 1024

×

768 dots (VPL-

PX15/PX10) or 800

×

600 dots (VPL-PS10).

• Compatible input signals

This projector accepts composite, S video, and component video signals as well as 15k RGB, VGA 2) ,

SVGA

2)

, XGA

2)

, and SXGA

2)

signals, which can all be displayed.

• Compatible with six color systems

Any of the NTSC

3.58

, PAL, SECAM, NTSC

4.43

3)

, PAL-

M, or PAL-N color systems can be selected automatically or manually.

Other functions

• Networking compatibility (Wireless compatible,

VPL-PX15 only)

The projector has the Microsoft Windows CE operating system built in and is equipped with a PC

CARD slot and ETHER connector, which allows you to connect the unit to a wired or wireless LAN.

For information on the networking function of this projector, refer to the Operating Instructions for

Networking supplied with the unit.

Location and Function of

Controls

Front / Left Side

qa q;

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8 9

(This illustration shows the VPL-PX15.)

Location and Function of Controls

1

Zoom ring

Adjusts the size of the picture.

2

Focus ring

Adjusts the picture focus.

3

Front remote control detector

4

Ventilation holes (exhaust)

5

Lens

Remove the lens cap before projection.

6

Adjuster buttons

7

Handle release

Push to make the carrying handle 0 pop up.

8

Connector panel

For details, see “Connector Panel” on page 13 (GB).

9

Connector panel cover

If necessary, open this cover to use the connectors on the connector panel. You can remove the cover by releasing the connector panel cover lock qf.

Left side

Rear / Right Side / Bottom

qd qs ws ql wa w; ql qk qj

Connector panel cover q;

Carrying handle

Use the handle release 7 to make the handle pop up from the projector for carrying.

qa

Control panel

For details, see “Control Panel” on page 11 (GB).

qs

Rear remote control detector

qd

Left speaker

qf qg qh

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1) Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (U.S.A. and other countries).

2) VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA are registered trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, U.S.A.

3) NTSC

4.43

is the color system used when playing back a video recorded on NTSC on an NTSC

4.43

system VCR.

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Location and Function of Controls qf

Connector panel cover lock

Used to remove/install the connector panel cover 9.

Bottom

2

wa

Air filter cover lock

Used to remove the air filter cover.

For details, see “Cleaning the Air Filter” on page 38 (GB).

Note

Clean the air filter every 300 hours to ensure optimal performance.

ws

Ventilation holes (intake) / air filter cover

Notes

• Do not place anything near the ventilation holes as it may cause internal heat build-up.

• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation holes — the air coming out is hot.

1

1

While pressing both sides of the lock, slide the connector cover outward to release it.

qg

Rear adjusters

qh

Adjusters

When a picture is projected on an exterior of the screen, adjust the picture using these adjusters.

For details on how to use the adjusters, see “How to use the adjusters” on page 11 (GB).

qj

Security lock

Connects to an optional security cable (made by

Kensington) 1) .

The security lock corresponds to Kensington’s

MicroSaver ®1) Security System.

If you require further information, contact

Kensington

2855 Campus Drive, San Mateo, CA 94403

In North America

Phone: 800-235-6708

Fax: 800-247-1317

Outside North America

Phone: 847-541-9500

Home page address: http://www.kensington.com/ qk

Lamp cover

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Ventilation holes (intake)

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Right speaker

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How to use the adjusters

To adjust the height

Adjust the height of the projector as follows:

1

Lift the projector and press the adjuster buttons.

The adjusters will extend from the projector.

Control Panel

Location and Function of Controls

VOLUME

APA

LAMP/

COVER

TEMP/

FAN

POWER

SAVING

ON/

STANDBY

HELP MENU

RESET ENTER

INPUT q;

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Adjuster buttons

2

While pressing the buttons, adjust the height.

Then, release the buttons.

The adjusters will lock, then the height of the projector will be fixed. For fine adjustment, turn the adjusters to the right or left.

Note

If the adjusters have been extended to the limit and you keep turning the adjusters counterclockwise, the adjusters will stop turning and the adjuster buttons cannot be pressed. In this case, turn the adjusters clockwise, and then press the adjuster buttons again.

3

If necessary, turn the rear adjusters to the right or left to adjust the height of the projector.

1

HELP key

If you need help information during an operation, press this key to display help messages. The Help menu lists error recovery techniques depending on problem type.

2

VOLUME +/– keys

Adjust the volume of the built-in speakers.

+ : Increases the volume.

– : Decreases the volume.

3

APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) key

Adjusts the picture to be projected automatically to give the clearest picture possible while a signal from the computer is input. Adjusts the shift (up/down and left/right) at the same time automatically.

Note

Press the APA key when the full image is displayed on the screen. If there are black edges around the image, the APA function will not function properly and the image may extend beyond the screen.

4

RESET key

Resets the value of an item to its factory preset value.

This key functions when the menu or a setting item is displayed on the screen.

5

Arrow (

M/m/</,) keys

Used to select a menu or to make various adjustments.

6

ENTER key

Enters the settings of items in the menu system.

Notes

• Be careful not to let the projector down on your fingers.

• Do not push hard on the top of the projector with the adjusters out.

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Location and Function of Controls

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INPUT key

Selects the input signal. Each time you press the key, the input signal switches as follows:

INPUT-A INPUT-B (VPL-PX15 only)

S-VIDEO VIDEO

Notes

• You can select INPUT-B only if INPUT-B FUNC. in the INSTALL SETTING menu has been set to ON.

INPUT-B is only available for the VPL-PX15.

• The audio signals are the same for the VIDEO and

S-VIDEO.

• The audio signals are the same for the INPUT-A and

INPUT-B.

8

I / 1 (on / standby) key

Turns the projector on and off when the projector is in the standby mode. The ON/STANDBY indicator lights in green when the power is turned on.

When turning off the power, press the

I / 1 key

twice following the message on the screen, or press and hold the key for about one second.

For details on steps for turning off the power, see “To turn off the power” on page 25 (GB).

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MENU key

Displays the on-screen menu. Press again to clear the menu.

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Indicators

LAMP/COVER: Lights up or flashes under the following conditions:

• Lights up when the lamp has reached the end of its life or has reached a high temperature.

• Flashes when the lamp cover or air filter cover is not secured firmly.

TEMP (Temperature)/FAN: Lights up or flashes under the following conditions:

• Lights up when temperature inside the projector becomes unusually high.

• Flashes when the fan is broken.

POWER SAVING:

Lights up when the projector is in the power saving mode. When POWER

SAVING in the SET SETTING menu is set to

ON, the projector goes into the power saving mode if no signal is input for 10 minutes.

Although the lamp goes out, the cooling fan keeps running. The power saving mode is canceled when a signal is input or any key is pressed. However, in the power saving mode, none of the keys function for the first 60 seconds.

ON/STANDBY: Lights up or flashes under the following conditions:

• Lights up in red when the AC power cord is plugged into the wall outlet. Once in the standby mode, you can turn on the projector with the I / 1 key.

• Lights up in green when the power is turned on.

• Flashes in green while the cooling fan runs after the power is turned off with the I / 1 key. The fan runs for about 90 seconds after turning off the power.

The ON/STANDBY indicator flashes quickly for the first 60 seconds of that time.

During this first 60 seconds, you cannot turn the power back on with the

I / 1 key.

For details on the LAMP/COVER and the TEMP/FAN indicators, see page 40 (GB).

Connector Panel

Left side

INPUT B

PC CARD MOUSE

PLUG IN POWER

CTRL S AUDIO

AUDIO

INPUT A ~AC IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

56 7 8

MOUSE

PLUG IN POWER

CTRL S AUDIO

AUDIO

INPUT A ~AC IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

3 2 1 4

(This illustration shows the VPL-PX15.)

1

AC IN socket

Connects the supplied AC power cord.

2

INPUT A connectors

Connect to external equipment such as a computer.

INPUT A connector (HD D-sub 15-pin, female):

Connects to the monitor output on a computer using the supplied cable.

When inputting a component or 15k RGB signal, use the appropriate cable.

For details, see “To connect 15k RGB/Component equipment” on page 21 (GB).

AUDIO jack (stereo minijack): Connects to the audio output of the computer.

3

CTRL S /PLUG IN POWER (DC 5V output) jack (stereo minijack)

Connects to the control S out jack of Sony equipment.

Connects to the CONTROL S OUT jack on the supplied Remote Commander to use it as a wired remote control unit. In this case, you do not need to install batteries in the Remote Commander, since the power is supplied from this jack.

Location and Function of Controls

4

INPUT B connectors (VPL-PX15 only)

INPUT B PC CARD slot (Type II): A wireless

LAN PC card or PC memory card can be installed according to your requirements.

For details, see “Installing a PC card” on page 21 (GB).

INPUT B ETHER connector (10BASE-T/

100BASE-TX): Connects to a computer on a

LAN with a LAN cable when you use the networking function of this projector.

5

MOUSE connector (6-pin)

Connects to the PS/2 mouse port on a computer via the supplied mouse cable, to control the mouse function of the connected computer.

6

USB connector (USB B-plug for upstream, 4pin)

Connects to a computer. When you connect the projector to the computer via this connector, the projector recognizes that a USB mouse is connected and you can control the mouse function of the computer connected to the INPUT A connector using the supplied Remote Commander. The supplied application software can be used on the computer connected to this connector.

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USB connector (USB A-plug for downstream, 4pin)

Connects to USB equipment such as a mouse, camera, etc.

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Video input connectors

Connect to external video equipment such as a VCR.

S VIDEO connector (mini DIN 4-pin): Connects to the S video output (Y/C video output) of video equipment.

VIDEO jack (phono type): Connects to the composite video output of video equipment.

AUDIO jack (stereo minijack): Connects to the audio output of the VCR.

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Location and Function of Controls

Remote Commander (supplied with the VPL-PX15/PX10)

Keys which have the same names as those on the control panel function identically.

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COMMAND

OFF ON

PIC

PJ NETWORK MUTING

AUDIO INPUT

D KEYSTONE

HELP

VOLUME

APA FREEZE

MENU/

TAB LASER

ENTER

R

CLICK

D ZOOM

1

2

FUNCTION

RM-PJM15

PROJECTOR

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 q; qa

Notes on the laser beam

• Do not look into the laser transmitter.

• Do not aim the laser at people.

1 I

/

1 (on / standby) key

2

MUTING keys

Cut off the picture and sound.

PIC: Cuts off the picture. Press again to restore the picture.

AUDIO: Cuts off the sound from the speakers. Press again or press the VOLUME + key to restore the sound.

3

INPUT key

4

D KEYSTONE key

Corrects the trapezoidal distortion caused by the projection angle. Use the arrow keys ( M/m/</,) to display the image as a rectangle.

5

FREEZE key

Used to freeze the picture projected. To cancel the frozen picture, press the key again.

6

LASER key

Emits a laser beam from the laser transmitter while you keep this key pressed.

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Mouse

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

PJ: Functions as the mouse of the computer connected to this projector.

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

NETWORK (VPL-PX15 only): Functions as the mouse in the INPUT B window of this projector.

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Arrow (

M/m/</,) keys

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R (right) CLICK key

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

PJ: Functions as the right button of the mouse of the computer connected to this projector.

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

NETWORK (VPL-PX15 only): Functions as the right button of the mouse in the INPUT B window of this projector.

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ENTER key

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FUNCTION 1, 2, 3 keys

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

PJ: Functions when the supplied application software is used. When you connect the projector with a computer, you can open a file on the screen by just pressing a FUNCTION key. This will enhance your presentation. To use this function, allocate a file to the FUNCTION key by using the application software. (Only the

FUNCTION 1 and 2 keys are available. You cannot allocate a file to the FUNCTION 3 key.)

For details, see the README file and HELP file supplied with the application software.

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

NETWORK (VPL-PX15 only): When the

INPUT B window is displayed on the projector, you can start an application by just pressing a

FUNCTION key. To use this function, allocate an application to a FUNCTION key. (The

FUNCTION 3 key is allocated to the keyboard software display.) qs

Strap holder

Attaches the supplied strap.

qd

CONTROL S OUT jack (stereo minijack)

Connects to the CTRL S jack on the projector with the connecting cable (not supplied) to use the Remote

Commander as a wired remote control unit. In this case, you do not need to install batteries in the Remote

Commander since the power is supplied via the CTRL

S jack on the projector.

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RESET/ESCAPE key

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

PJ: Functions as the RESET key.

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

NETWORK (VPL-PX15 only): Functions as the

ESCAPE key of the keyboard when the INPUT B window is displayed.

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D ZOOM +/– key

Enlarges the image at a desired location on the screen.

This key works only when a signal from a computer is input.

+: Pressing the + key once displays the icon. This icon indicates the point you want to enlarge. Use an arrow key (

M/m/</,) to move the icon to the point to be enlarged. Press the + key repeatedly until the image is enlarged to meet your requirements.

–: Each press of the – key reduces an image that has been enlarged with the D ZOOM + key.

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L (left) CLICK key

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

PJ: Functions as the left button of the mouse of the computer connected to this projector.

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

NETWORK (VPL-PX15 only): Functions as the left button of the mouse in the INPUT B window of this projector.

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MENU/TAB key

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

PJ: Functions as the MENU key.

When the PJ/NETWORK select switch is set to

NETWORK (VPL-PX15 only): Functions as the

TAB key of the keyboard when the INPUT B window is displayed.

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APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) key

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VOLUME +/– keys

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HELP key

If you need help information during an operation, press this key to display help messages.

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PJ/NETWORK select switch

To use the Remote Commander for network operations, set the switch to NETWORK. Set the switch to PJ to use the Remote Commander for normal operations other than networking. This switch is only available for the VPL-PX15.

For details on the operation of the Windows CE screen, see the supplied “Operating Instructions for Networking.”

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COMMAND ON/OFF switch

When this switch is set to OFF, no keys on the

Remote Commander will function. This saves battery power.

Location and Function of Controls wd

Transmission indicator

Lights up when you press a key on the Remote

Commander.

This indicator does not light up when you use the laser pointer.

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Infrared transmitter

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Laser transmitter

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Location and Function of Controls

Battery installation

1

Push and slide to open the lid, then install the two

R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied) with the correct polarity.

Slide while pressing down on the lid.

Be sure to install the battery from the # side.

Remote Commander (supplied with the VPL-PS10)

Keys which have the same names as those on the control panel function identically.

2

Replace the lid.

Notes on batteries

• Make sure that the battery orientation is correct when inserting batteries.

• Do not mix an old battery with a new one, or different types of batteries.

• If you do not intend to use the Remote Commander for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage. If batteries have leaked, remove them, wipe the battery compartment dry and replace the batteries with new ones.

Notes on Remote Commander operation

• Make sure that there is nothing to obstruct the infrared beam between the Remote Commander and the remote control detector on the projector.

• The operation range is limited. The shorter the distance between the Remote Commander and the projector is, the wider the angle within which the commander can control the projector.

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8

FREEZE MS SLIDE

INPUT

D KEYSTONE

APA

MENU ENTER

+

RESET

R

CLICK

D ZOOM

1

FUNCTION

2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1 I

/

1 (on / standby) key

2

APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) key

3

ENTER key

4

Joystick

Functions as the mouse of the computer connected to this projector.

5

Arrow (

M/m/</,) keys

6

R (right) CLICK key

Functions as the right button of a mouse.

7

FUNCTION 1, 2 keys

Functions when the supplied application software is used. When you connect the projector with a computer, you can open a file on the screen by just pressing a FUNCTION key. This will enhance your presentation. To use this function, allocate a file to the

FUNCTION key by using the application software.

For details, see the README file and HELP file supplied with the application software.

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8

RESET key

Resets the value of an item to its factory preset value or returns the enlarged image back to its original size.

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D ZOOM +/– key

Enlarges the image at a desired location on the screen.

This key works only when a signal from a computer is input.

+: Pressing the + key once displays the icon. This icon indicates the point you want to enlarge. Use an arrow key ( M/m/</,) to move the icon to the point to be enlarged. Press the + key repeatedly until the image is enlarged to meet your requirements.

–: Each press of the – key reduces an image that has been enlarged with the D ZOOM + key.

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L (left) CLICK key

Functions as the left button of a mouse.

qa

MENU key

qs

D KEYSTONE key

Corrects the trapezoidal distortion caused by the projection angle. Use the arrow keys ( M/m/</,) to display the image as a rectangle.

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INPUT key

qf

FREEZE key

Used to freeze the picture projected. To cancel the frozen picture, press the key again.

qg

MS SLIDE key

This key does not operate with this unit.

qh

Infrared transmitter

Battery installation

Location and Function of Controls

1

Push and slide to open the lid, then install the two

R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied) with the correct polarity.

Slide while pressing down on the lid.

Be sure to install the battery from the # side.

2

Replace the lid.

Notes on batteries

• Make sure that the battery orientation is correct when inserting batteries.

• Do not mix an old battery with a new one, or different types of batteries.

• If you do not intend to use the Remote Commander for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid damage from battery leakage. If batteries have leaked, remove them, wipe the battery compartment dry and replace the batteries with new ones.

Notes on Remote Commander operation

• Make sure that there is nothing to obstruct the infrared beam between the Remote Commander and the remote control detector on the projector. Direct the Remote Commander toward the front or rear remote control detector.

• The operation range is limited. The shorter the distance between the Remote Commander and the projector is, the wider the angle within which the commander can control the projector.

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Installing the Projector / Connecting the Projector

Installing the Projector

This section describes how to install the projector.

The distance between the lens and the screen varies depending on the size of the screen. Use the following table as a guide.

Distance between the screen and the center of the lens

Unit: m (feet)

Screen size

(inches)

40 60 80 100 120 150 180 200 250 300

Minimum

1.5

2.2

3.0

3.7

4.5

5.6

6.8

7.5

9.4

11.3

Distance

(4.8) (7.3) (9.8) (12.3) (14.8) (18.5) (22.3) (24.8) (31.0) (37.3)

Maximum 1.8

2.7

3.6

4.5

5.4

6.8

8.1

9.1

11.3 13.6

Distance (5.8) (8.8) (11.8) (14.8) (17.8) (22.2) (26.7) (29.7) (37.2) (44.7)

For details, see “Installation Example” on page 34 (GB).

For details on ceiling installation, consult with qualified

Sony personnel (fee charged).

Connecting the Projector

When making connections, be sure to do the following:

• Turn off all equipment before making any connections.

• Use the proper cables for each connection.

• Insert the cable plugs properly; plugs that are not fully inserted often generate noise or cause picture degradation. When pulling out a cable, be sure to pull it out grasping the plug, not the cable itself.

Connecting to a Computer

This section describes how to connect the projector to a computer.

For more information, refer to the computer’s instruction manual.

Notes

• The projector accepts VGA, SVGA, XGA, and

SXGA signals. However, we recommend that you set the output mode of your computer to SVGA

(VPL-PS10) or XGA (VPL-PX15/PX10) mode for the external monitor.

• If you set your computer, such as a notebook type, to output the signal to both your computer’s display and an external monitor, the picture of the external monitor may not appear properly. Set your computer to output the signal to only the external monitor.

For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.

• The supplied mouse cable may not work properly depending on your computer.

• This projector is compatible with DDC2B (Display

Data Channel 2B). If your computer is compatible with DDC

1)

, turn the projector on according to the following procedures.

1

Connect the projector to the computer using the supplied HD D-sub 15-pin cable.

2

Turn the projector on.

3

Start the computer.

To connect an IBM 1) PC/AT 1) compatible computer

When you use a USB mouse and USB equipment

Left side to USB equipment

MOUSE

PLUG IN POWER

CTRL S AUDIO

AUDIO

INPUT A ~AC IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

Stereo audio connecting cable (not supplied)

USB cable

A type – B type

(supplied)

HD D-sub 15-pin cable (supplied) to audio output to USB connector to monitor output

Connecting the Projector

On the USB function

When connecting the projector to a computer using the USB cable for the first time, the computer recognizes the following devices automatically.

1

USB hub (general use)

2

USB human interface device (wireless mouse function)

3

USB human interface device (projector control function)

The computer also recognizes the device connected to the downstream connector on the projector.

Recommended operating environment

When you use the USB function, connect your computer as illustrated in the box on the left.

This application software and the USB function can be used on a computer loaded with Windows 98,

Windows 98 SE or Windows 2000.

Notes

• As the projector recognizes the USB mouse when the computer is connected to the USB connector, do not connect anything to the MOUSE connector.

• Your computer may not start correctly when connected to the projector via the USB cable. In this case, disconnect the USB cable, restart the computer, then connect the computer to the projector using the

USB cable.

• This projector is not guaranteed for suspend or standby mode. When you use the projector in suspend or standby mode, disconnect the projector from the USB port on the computer.

• Operations are not guaranteed for all the recommended computer environments.

Computer

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Connecting the Projector

When you use a PS/2 mouse port

Left side

MOUSE

PLUG IN POWER

CTRL S AUDIO

AUDIO

INPUT A ~AC IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

PS/2

Mouse cable

(supplied)

Stereo audio connecting cable (not supplied)

HD D-sub 15-pin cable (supplied) to mouse port (PS/2) to audio output to monitor output

Computer

To connect a Macintosh

1)

computer

Use an ADP-20 signal adapter (not supplied). In this case, however, you cannot control the mouse of the computer using the Remote Commander.

Connecting to a VCR or 15k RGB/

Component Equipment

This section describes how to connect the projector to a VCR or 15k RGB/component equipment.

For more information, refer to the instruction manuals of the equipment you are connecting.

To connect a VCR

Left side

MOUSE

PLUG IN POWER

CTRL S AUDIO

AUDIO

INPUT A ~AC IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

Stereo audio connecting cable (not supplied)

Video cable (not supplied)

S-Video cable (not supplied) to audio output to video output to S video output

VCR

To connect 15k RGB/Component equipment

Left side

MOUSE

PLUG IN POWER

CTRL S AUDIO

AUDIO

INPUT A ~AC IN

VIDEO S VIDEO

Stereo audio connecting cable (not supplied) to audio output

SMF-402 Signal Cable (not supplied) HD D-sub 15-pin

(male) y 3

×

phono jack to RGB/ component output

Connecting the Projector

Connecting to a LAN (VPL-PX15 only)

This projector is networking compatible. Using a wireless LAN PC card or a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

LAN cable, you can connect the projector to a wireless or wired LAN. You can also install a PC memory card.

This section describes how to connect to a LAN and how to install a PC card.

Whenever you connect the projector to a LAN or use a memory card, set INPUT-B FUNC. in the

INSTALL SETTING menu to ON.

For details, see page 33 (GB).

Installing a PC card

When you use a wireless LAN PC card or memory card, insert the card into the INPUT B PC CARD slot.

The eject button pops out when the card is inserted.

15k RGB/Component equipment

Notes

• Set the aspect ratio using ASPECT in the INPUT

SETTING menu according to the input signal.

For details, see page 30 (GB).

• When you connect the projector to 15k RGB/ component video equipment, select RGB, component or VCR GBR with the INPUT-A setting in the SET SETTING menu.

• Use the composite sync signal when you input the external sync signal from 15k RGB/component equipment.

PC card

Insert the card with the arrow mark facing toward the slot.

To remove the PC card from the slot, press the eject button.

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Connecting the Projector

Connection using a wireless LAN PC card Connection using a wireless LAN PC card

(Peer to Peer mode)

Wireless LAN PC card

(IEEE802.11b compliant)

(recommended)

Wireless LAN PC card

(IEEE802.11b compliant)

(recommended)

Computer

Wireless LAN access point

(IEEE802.11b

compliant)

(recommended)

Computer

Wireless LAN PC card

(IEEE802.11b compliant) (specified)

Left side of the projector

INPUT B

PC CARD

INPUT A ~AC IN

Left side of the projector

INPUT B

PC CARD

INPUT A ~AC IN to Hub/router

Wireless LAN PC card

(IEEE802.11b compliant) (specified)

Wireless LAN PC card

(IEEE802.11b compliant)

(recommended)

Computer

Notes

• For details on the recommended PC card or wireless

LAN access point, see the supplied “Specified/ recommended PC Card/Wireless LAN Access

Point.”

• When you use a LAN, you must set the IP address.

For details on how to set the IP address, etc., see the supplied “Operating Instructions for Networking.”

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Connecting the Projector / Selecting the Menu Language

Connecting using the ETHER connector

LAN cable

Computer

Selecting the Menu

Language

You can select the language to be used in the menu and other on screen displays from 9 languages. The factory setting is ENGLISH.

4,5,6 3 2

LAMP/

COVER

TEMP/

FAN

POWER

SAVING

ON/

STANDBY

HELP MENU

LAN cable to router

Computer

VOLUME

APA

RESET ENTER

INPUT

ENTER key

Hub

Left side of the projector

LAN cable

INPUT B

PC CARD to INPUT B

EHTER connector

INPUT A ~AC IN

1

LAN cable

Computer

Installing a memory card

If you store a file created with Microsoft PowerPoint 1) in a memory card and insert it into the INPUT B PC

CARD slot, you can run a presentation without connecting a computer.

For inserting and removing a memory card, see “Installing a PC card” on page 21 (GB).

For details on the recommended memory card, see the supplied “Specified/recommended PC Card/Wireless LAN

Access Point.”

1

Plug the AC power cord into the wall outlet.

2

Press the I / 1 key to turn on the power.

3

Press the MENU key.

The menu display appears.

4

Press the M or m key to select the SET SETTING menu, then press the , or ENTER key.

The SET SETTING menu appears.

SET SETTING

STATUS:

INPUT-A:

ON

COMPUTER

AUTO INPUT SEL: OFF

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

POWER SAVING: OFF

IR RECEIVER: FRONT&REAR

INPUT-A

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Selecting the Menu Language / Projecting

5

Press the M or m key to select LANGUAGE, then press the , or ENTER key.

6

Press the M or m key to select a language, then press the

< or ENTER key.

The menu changes to the selected language.

To clear the menu display

Press the MENU key.

The menu display disappears automatically if no key is pressed for one minute.

Projecting

APA key

ON/STANDBY indicator

LAMP/

COVER

TEMP/

FAN

POWER

SAVING

ON/

STANDBY

3 2

HELP MENU

VOLUME

APA

RESET

PIC

PJ NETWORK MUTING

AUDIO INPUT

D KEYSTONE

HELP

VOLUME

APA FREEZE

MENU/

TAB LASER

Rear remote control detector

2

3

APA key

FREEZE MS SLIDE

I / 1

INPUT

D KEYSTONE

APA

MENU ENTER

ENTER

R

CLICK

RESET/

ESCAPE

D ZOOM

1

2

FUNCTION

3

RM-PJM15

PROJECTOR for VPL-PX15/PX10

ENTER

INPUT

+

RESET

R

CLICK

D ZOOM

1

FUNCTION

2

for VPL-PS10

1

After all equipment is connected completely, plug the AC power cord into the wall outlet.

The ON/STANDBY indicator lights in red and the projector goes into the standby mode.

2

Press the I / 1 key to turn on the projector.

The ON/STANDBY indicator lights in green.

3

Turn on all equipment connected to the projector.

Press the INPUT key to select the input source.

INPUT-A: Selects the video signal input from the

INPUT A connector.

INPUT-B (VPL-PX15 only): Selects display of the INPUT B (Windows CE) window.

VIDEO: Selects the video signal input from the

VIDEO jack on the video input connectors.

S-VIDEO: Selects the video signal input from the

S VIDEO connector on the video input connectors.

4

Turn the zoom ring to adjust the size of the picture.

5

Turn the focus ring to adjust the focus.

Note

Looking into the lens when the projector is projecting an image may cause injury to your eyes.

To cut off the picture

Press the PIC MUTING key on the Remote

Commander (VPL-PX15/PX10 only). To restore the picture, press the PIC MUTING key again.

To get the clearest picture

You can get the best picture automatically when a signal from the computer is input. Press the APA key.

The picture is automatically adjusted to project the clearest picture possible.

Notes

• Adjust the signal when a still picture is displayed on the screen.

• Press the APA key when the full image is displayed on the screen. If there are black edges around the image, the APA function will not function properly and the image may extend beyond the screen.

• If you switch the input signal or re-connect a computer, press the APA key again to get the suitable picture.

• “ADJUSTING” appears on the screen. To restore the original screen, press the APA key again during the adjustment.

• “Complete!” appears on the screen when the picture is adjusted properly. However, depending on the kinds of input signal, the picture may not always be adjusted properly.

• Adjust the items in the INPUT SETTING menu when you adjust the picture manually.

For details on the INPUT SETTING menu, see page 29

(GB).

To correct trapezoidal distortion

When the projected image is a trapezoid, correct it by pressing the D KEYSTONE key on the Remote

Commander or by adjusting DIGIT KEYSTONE in the INSTALL SETTING menu.

When the base edge is longer than the upper edge as shown in the figure below:

Set the value to negative.

When the upper edge is longer than the base edge as shown in the figure below:

Set the value to positive.

For details on “DIGIT KEYSTONE,” see page 33 (GB).

Projecting

To turn off the power

1

Press the

I

/

1 key.

“Power OFF?” appears on the screen.

Note

The message will disappear if you press any key except the I / 1 key, or if you do not press any key for five seconds.

2

Press the I / 1 key again.

The ON/STANDBY indicator flashes in green and the fan continues to run for about 90 seconds to reduce internal heat build-up. Also, the ON/

STANDBY indicator flashes quickly for the first

60 seconds. During this first 60 seconds, you will not be able to turn the power back on with the

I / 1 key.

3

Unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet after the fan stops running and the ON/STANDBY indicator lights in red.

When you cannot confirm the on-screen message

When you cannot confirm the on-screen message at anytime, you can turn off the power by holding the

I

/

1 key for about one second.

Note

Do not unplug the AC power cord while the fan is still running; otherwise, the fan will stop even though the internal heat level is still high. This may lead to a breakdown of the projector.

Cleaning the air filter

Clean the air filter every 300 hours to ensure optimal performance.

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Projecting

To enlarge the image (Digital Zoom function)

You can enlarge an area on the image you select.

This function works only when a signal from a computer is input.

1

Project the original size picture and press the D

ZOOM + key on the Remote Commander.

The Digital Zoom icon appears in the center of the image.

To freeze the image projected (Freeze function)

Press the FREEZE key. “FREEZE” appears when the key is pressed. This function works only when a signal from a computer is input.

To restore the original screen, press the FREEZE key again.

To use the Laser Pointer function (VPL-

PX15/PX10 only)

Press the LASER key on the Remote Commander.

The laser pointer appears. The pointer is helpful in indicating a particular point on the screen.

Digital Zoom icon

2

Move the icon to a point in the center of the portion of the image you want to enlarge. Use the arrow keys (

M/m/</,) to move the icon.

3

Press the D ZOOM + key again.

The portion of the image where the icon is located is enlarged. The magnification ratio is displayed on the screen for a few seconds.

By pressing the + key repeatedly, the image size increases (maximum magnification: 4 times) .

Use the arrow keys ( M/m/</,) to scroll the enlarged image.

To return the image to its original size

Press the D ZOOM – key. Pressing the RESET key returns the image to its original size in one operation.

Using the Menu

The projector is equipped with an on-screen menu for making various adjustments and settings.

Note

(VPL-PX15/PX10 only)

Before operation, confirm that the PJ/NETWORK select switch on the Remote Commander is set to PJ.

If it is set to NETWORK, the menu display will not appear even when you press the MENU key on the

Remote Commander.

To select the language used in the menu, see page

23 (GB).

1

Press the MENU key.

The menu display appears.

The menu presently selected is shown as a yellow button.

PICTURE CTRL

CONTRAST:

BRIGHT:

80

50

RGB ENHANCER: 30

GAMMA MODE: GRAPHICS

COLOR TEMP: LOW

VOLUME: 50

INPUT-A

2

Use the

M or m key to select a menu, then press the , or ENTER key.

The selected menu appears.

Menus Setting items

SET SETTING

STATUS:

INPUT-A:

ON

COMPUTER

AUTO INPUT SEL: OFF

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

POWER SAVING: OFF

IR RECEIVER: FRONT&REAR

INPUT-A

Using the Menu

To clear the menu

Press the MENU key.

The menu display disappears automatically if no key is pressed for one minute.

To reset items that have been adjusted

Press the RESET key.

“Complete!” appears on the screen and the settings appearing on the screen will be reset to their factory preset values.

Items that can be reset are:

• “CONTRAST, ” “BRIGHT, ” “COLOR, ” “HUE,”

“SHARP,” and “RGB ENHANCER” in the

PICTURE CTRL menu.

• “DOT PHASE, ” “SIZE H,” and “SHIFT” in the

INPUT SETTING menu.

• “DIGIT KEYSTONE” in the INSTALL SETTING menu.

About the retention of the settings

The settings are automatically stored in the projector memory.

When no signal is input

When there is no input signal, “NO INPUT–Cannot adjust this item.” appears on the screen, and the items mentioned above cannot be adjusted.

About the menu display

You can set the display position of the menu, the intensity of the background picture, and the color of the menu items as you like.

For details, see page 33 (GB).

3

Select an item.

Use the M or m key to select the item, then press the

, or ENTER key.

4

Make settings or adjustments on an item.

For details on setting individual items, see the relevant menu pages.

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The PICTURE CTRL Menu

The PICTURE CTRL Menu

The PICTURE CTRL (control) menu is used for adjusting the picture.

Unadjustable items for a particular input signal are not displayed in the menu.

When the video signal is input

PICTURE CTRL

CONTRAST:

BRIGHT:

COLOR:

HUE:

80

50

50

50

SHARP: 50

D.PICTURE: ON

COLOR TEMP: LOW

COLOR SYS: AUTO

VOLUME: 50

VIDEO

When the RGB signal is input

PICTURE CTRL

CONTRAST:

BRIGHT:

80

50

RGB ENHANCER: 30

GAMMA MODE: GRAPHICS

COLOR TEMP: LOW

VOLUME: 50

INPUT-A

Operation

1. Select an item

Use the M or m key to select the item, then press the

, or ENTER key.

2. Adjust an item

• When changing the adjustment level:

To increase the value, press the

M or , key.

To decrease the value, press the m or < key.

Press the ENTER key to restore the original screen.

• When changing the setting:

Press the M or m key to change the setting.

Press the ENTER or

< key to restore the original screen.

CONTRAST

Adjusts the picture contrast.

The higher the setting, the greater the contrast.

The lower the setting, the lower the contrast.

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BRIGHT

Adjusts the picture brightness.

The higher the setting, the brighter the picture.

The lower the setting, the darker the picture.

COLOR

Adjusts color intensity.

The higher the setting, the greater the intensity.

The lower the setting, the lower the intensity.

HUE

Adjusts color tones.

The higher the setting, the more the picture becomes greenish.

The lower the setting, the more the picture becomes purplish.

SHARP

Adjusts the picture sharpness.

The higher the setting, the sharper the picture.

The lower the setting, the softer the picture.

RGB ENHANCER

Adjusts the picture sharpness when RGB signals are input.

The higher the setting, the sharper the picture.

The lower the setting, the softer the picture.

D. (Dynamic) PICTURE

Emphasizes the black color.

ON: Emphasizes the black color to produce a bolder

“dynamic” picture.

OFF: Reproduces the dark portions of the picture accurately, in accordance with the source signal.

GAMMA MODE

Selects a gamma correction curve.

GRAPHICS: Improves the reproduction of half tones. Photos can be reproduced in natural tones.

TEXT: Contrasts black and white. Suitable for images that contain lots of text.

COLOR TEMP

Adjusts the color temperature.

HIGH: Makes the white color bluish.

LOW: Makes the white color reddish.

The PICTURE CTRL Menu / The INPUT SETTING Menu

COLOR SYS (System)

Selects the color system of the input signal.

AUTO: Automatically selects one of the following signals: NTSC

3.58

, PAL, SECAM, NTSC

4.43

.

PAL-M/N: Automatically selects one of the following signals: PAL-M/PAL-N, NTSC

3.58

.

Normally, set to AUTO.

If the picture is distorted or colorless, select the color system appropriate to the input signal.

VOLUME

Adjusts the volume. The volume can be adjusted for each of INPUT A, INPUT B (VPL-PX15 only),

VIDEO and S VIDEO input.

Input signals and adjustable/setting items

Item

Video or

S video (Y/C)

Input signal

Component Video GBR RGB 1)

CONTRAST

BRIGHT

COLOR

(except for B & W)

HUE –

(NTSC3.58/

4.43 only)

SHARP

RGB

ENHANCER

D. PICTURE

GAMMA

MODE

COLOR

TEMP

COLOR

SYS

VOLUME

: Adjustable/can be set

– : Not adjustable/can not be set

1) The RGB signals of a computer

The INPUT SETTING Menu

The INPUT SETTING menu is used to adjust the input signal.

Unadjustable items for a particular input signal are not displayed in the menu.

When the video signal is input

INPUT SETTING

SHIFT

ASPECT:

H: 200

16:9

NO.01

VIDEO/60

VIDEO

V: 30

Memory No.

Signal type

When the RGB signal is input

INPUT SETTING

DOT PHASE: 0

SIZE H: 1056

SHIFT H: 200

SCAN CONV: ON

NO.17

800x600

INPUT-A

V: 30

Memory No.

Signal type

Operation

1. Select an item

Use the M or m key to select the item, then press the

, or ENTER key.

2. Adjust an item

• When changing the adjustment level:

To increase the value, press the M or , key.

To decrease the value, press the m or < key.

Press the ENTER key to restore the original screen.

• When changing the setting:

Press the

M or m key to change the setting.

Press the ENTER or < key to restore the original screen.

DOT PHASE

Adjusts the dot phase of the LCD panel and the signal input from the INPUT A/B connector. Adjust the picture further for a finer picture after the picture is adjusted by pressing the APA key. Adjust the picture to the point where it looks clearest.

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The INPUT SETTING Menu

SIZE H

Adjusts the horizontal size of the picture input from the INPUT A/B connector.

The higher the setting, the larger the horizontal size of the picture.

The lower the setting, the smaller the horizontal size of the picture. Adjust the setting according to the dots of the input signal.

For details on a suitable value for preset signals, see page

31 (GB).

SHIFT

Adjusts the position of the picture input from the

INPUT A/B connectors or video input connectors.

H adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.

V adjusts the vertical position of the picture.

As the setting for H increases, the picture moves to the right, and as the setting decreases, the picture moves to the left.

As the setting for V increases, the picture moves up, and as the setting decreases, the picture moves down.

Use the < or , key to adjust the horizontal position and the M or m key for the vertical position.

ASPECT

Sets the aspect ratio of the picture.

When inputting a 16:9 (squeezed) signal from equipment such as a DVD player, set this to 16:9.

4:3 : When a picture with a ratio of 4:3 is input.

16:9 : When a picture with a ratio of 16:9 (squeezed) is input.

SCAN CONV (Scan converter)

Converts the signal to display the picture according to the screen size.

ON: Displays the picture according to the screen size. The picture will lose some clarity.

OFF: Displays the picture while matching one pixel of the input picture element to that of the LCD.

The picture will be clear but the picture size will be smaller.

Note

This item will not be displayed in the following cases.

VPL-PX15/PX10: When an XGA or SXGA signal is input.

VPL-PS10: When an SVGA, XGA or SXGA signal is input.

Input signals and adjustable/setting items

Item

DOT

PHASE

SIZE H

SHIFT

ASPECT

SCAN

CONV

Video or

S video (Y/C)

Input signal

Component Video GBR RGB 1)

2)

: Adjustable/can be set

– : Not adjustable/can not be set

1) The RGB signals of a computer

2) VPL-PX15/PX10: lower than SVGA only; VPL-PS10: lower than VGA only

About the preset memory No.

This projector has 37 kinds of preset data for input signals (the preset memory). The memory number of the current input signal and the signal type are displayed when the preset signal is input. This projector automatically detects the signal type. When the signal has been registered in the preset memory, a suitable picture is displayed on the screen according to the signal type. You can adjust the picture through the

INPUT SETTING menu.

This projector also has 20 kinds of user memories for each INPUT A/B. When an unpreset signal is input for the first time, the memory number is displayed as

0. If the input signal is adjusted in the INPUT

SETTING menu, the setting made via INPUT A/B is stored. When more than 20 user memory items are registered for each INPUT A/B, the newest memory item is automatically stored over the oldest one.

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Preset signals

30

31

32

33

26

27

28

29

34

35

36

37

38

22

23

24

25

18

19

20

21

14

15

16

17

10

11

12

13

8

9

6

7

3

4

1

2

Memory Preset signal

No.

fH fV

(kHz) (Hz)

Sync SIZE

H

Video 60 Hz

Video 50 Hz

15.734 59.940 H-neg V-neg

15.625 50.000 H-neg V-neg

480/60i

575/50i

15.734 59.940 S on G/Y or

15.625 50.000 Composite sync

640

×

350 VGA mode 1 31.469 70.086 H-pos V-neg 800

VGA VESA 1) 85 Hz 37.861 85.080 H-pos V-neg 832

640

×

400 PC-9801 2) Normal 24.823 56.416 H-neg V-neg 848

VGA mode 2 31.469 70.086 H-neg V-pos 800

VGA VESA 85 Hz 37.861 85.080 H-neg V-pos 832

640

×

480 VGA mode 3 31.469 59.940 H-neg V-neg 800

Macintosh 13 ” 35.000 66.667 H-neg V-neg 864

VGA VESA 72 Hz 37.861 72.809 H-neg V-neg 832

VGA VESA 75 Hz 37.500 75.000 H-neg V-neg 840

VGA VESA 85 Hz 43.269 85.008 H-neg V-neg 832

800

×

600 SVGA VESA 56 Hz 35.156 56.250 H-pos V-pos 1024

SVGA VESA 60 Hz 37.879 60.317 H-pos V-pos 1056

SVGA VESA 72 Hz 48.077 72.188 H-pos V-pos 1040

SVGA VESA 75 Hz 46.875 75.000 H-pos V-pos 1056

SVGA VESA 85 Hz 53.674 85.061 H-pos V-pos 1048

832

×

624 Macintosh 16

49.724 74.550 H-neg V-neg 1152

1024

×

768 XGA VESA 43 Hz 35.524 43.479 H-pos V-pos 1264

XGA VESA 60 Hz 48.363 60.004 H-neg V-neg 1344

XGA VESA 70 Hz 56.476 69.955 H-neg V-neg 1328

XGA VESA 75 Hz 60.023 75.029 H-pos V-pos 1312

XGA VESA 85 Hz 68.677 84.997 H-pos V-pos 1376

1152

×

864 SXGA VESA 70 Hz 63.995 70.016 H-pos V-pos 1472

SXGA VESA 75 Hz 67.500 75.000 H-pos V-pos 1600

SXGA VESA 85 Hz 77.487 85.057 H-pos V-pos 1568

1152

×

900 Sunmicro LO 61.795 65.960 H-neg V-neg 1504

Sunmicro HI 71.713 76.047 Composite sync 1472

1280

×

960 SXGA VESA 60 Hz 60.000 60.000 H-pos V-pos 1800

SXGA VESA 75 Hz 75.000 75.000 H-pos V-pos 1728

1280

×

1024 SXGA VESA 43 Hz 46.433 43.436 H-pos V-pos 1696

SGI-5 53.316 50.062 S on G 1680

SXGA VESA 60 Hz 63.974 60.013 H-pos V-pos 1696

SXGA VESA 75 Hz 79.976 75.025 H-pos V-pos 1688

SXGA VESA 85 Hz 91.146 85.024 H-pos V-pos 3)

1) VESA is a registered trademark of the Video Electronics

Standards Association.

2) PC-98 is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation.

3) VPL-PX15/PX10: 1296; VPL-PS10: 1012.

The INPUT SETTING Menu / The SET SETTING Menu

Since the data is recalled from the preset memory for the following signals, you can use this preset data by adjusting SIZE H. Make finer adjustments using

SHIFT.

Signal

Super Mac-2

Memory No.

23

SGI-1 23

Macintosh 19 ” 25

Macintosh 21

27

Sony News 36

PC-9821

1280

×

1024

36

WS Sunmicro 37

SIZE H

1312

1320

1328

1456

1708

1600

1664

Note

When the aspect ratio of an input signal is other than

4:3, a part of the screen is displayed in black.

The SET SETTING Menu

The SET SETTING menu is used for changing the settings of the projector.

SET SETTING

STATUS:

INPUT-A:

ON

COMPUTER

AUTO INPUT SEL: OFF

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

POWER SAVING: OFF

IR RECEIVER: FRONT&REAR

INPUT-A

Operation

1. Select an item

Use the M or m key to select the item, then press the

, or ENTER key.

2. Change the setting

Press the M or m key to change the setting.

To restore the original screen, press the ENTER or < key.

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The SET SETTING Menu / The INSTALL SETTING Menu

STATUS (on-screen display)

Sets up the on-screen display.

ON: Shows all of the on-screen display.

OFF: Turns off the on-screen display except for the menus, a message when turning off the power, and warning messages.

For details on the warning messages, see page 40 (GB).

INPUT-A

Selects the computer, component or video GBR (15k

RGB) signal input from the INPUT A connector.

Note

If the setting is not correct, “Please check INPUT-A setting.” appears on the screen and the color of the picture becomes strange or the picture is not displayed.

AUTO INPUT SEL

When set to ON, the projector detects input signals in the following order: INPUT-A/INPUT-B (VPL-PX15 only)/VIDEO/S-VIDEO. It indicates the input channel when the power is turned on or the INPUT key is pressed.

LANGUAGE

Selects the language used in the menu and on-screen displays.

Available languages are: English, French, German,

Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese and

Korean.

POWER SAVING

When set to ON, the projector goes into the power saving mode if no signal is input for 10 minutes.

IR RECEIVER

Selects the remote control detectors on the front and rear of the projector.

FRONT & REAR: Activates both the front and rear detectors.

FRONT: Activates the front detector only.

REAR: Activates the rear detector only.

The INSTALL SETTING

Menu

The INSTALL SETTING menu is used for changing the install settings of the projector.

INSTALL SETTING

INPUT-A

KEYSTONE MEM: ON

DIGIT KEYSTONE: 0

INSTALLATION: CEILING-FRONT

MENU POSITION: CENTER

MENU COLOR:

MENU BACKGRND:

INPUT-B FUNC.:

STANDARD

STANDARD

ON

LAMP TIMER: 234H

INPUT-B FUNC. is displayed only for the VPL-

PX15.

Operation

1. Select an item

Use the M or m key to select the item, then press the

, or ENTER key.

2. Adjust an item

• When changing the adjustment level:

To increase the value, press the M or , key.

To decrease the value, press the m or < key.

Press the ENTER key to restore the original screen.

• When changing the setting:

Press the M or m key to change the setting.

Press the ENTER or < key to restore the original screen.

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KEYSTONE MEM

ON: The DIGIT KEYSTONE setting is stored.

The data is retrieved when the projector power is turned on. The setting will remain the same every time.

OFF: The DIGIT KEYSTONE is reset to 0 when the power is turned on next time.

DIGIT KEYSTONE

Corrects the trapezoidal distortion caused by the projection angle.

If the base edge of the image is longer, set a negative value; if the upper edge is longer, set a positive value to display the image as a rectangle.

INSTALLATION

Set this item to reverse the picture horizontally or vertically.

FLOOR-FRONT: The picture is not reversed.

CEILING-FRONT: The picture is reversed horizontally and vertically.

FLOOR-REAR: The picture is reversed horizontally.

CEILING-REAR: The picture is reversed vertically.

Note

When using a mirror, be careful of how the installation is carried out since the picture may be reversed.

MENU POSITION

Selects the display position of the menu from TOP

LEFT, BOTTOM LEFT, CENTER, TOP RIGHT and

BOTTOM RIGHT.

MENU COLOR

Selects the tone of the menu display from

STANDARD, WARM, COOL, GREEN or GRAY.

MENU BACKGRND

Selects the intensity of the background picture of the menu display from DARK, STANDARD or LIGHT.

The INSTALL SETTING Menu

INPUT-B FUNC. (VPL-PX15 only)

Set to ON when using the Windows CE function.

Note

Be sure to exit every application that is open before you switch the setting from ON to OFF. Otherwise, the system may crash and you may not be able to restart the projector.

LAMP TIMER

Indicates how long the lamp has been turned on.

Note

This only displays the time. You cannot alter the display.

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Installation Example

Installation Example

x

Wall a: Distance between the screen and the center of the lens b: Distance from the floor to the center of the lens c: Distance from the floor to the foot of the projector x: Free

Distance between the front of the cabinet and the center of the lens

+ 0

Standard lens:

Center of the screen

Center of the lens c b

Floor a

VPL-PX15/PX10

SS

Minimum a b

Maximum c

40 60 x–541

(21 3 /

8

)

80 x–693

(27 3 /

8

)

100 120 150 180 200

Unit: mm (inches)

250 300

1458

(57

1

/

2

)

2217

(87

1

2977

/

2

) (117

3

3736

/

8

) (147

3

4495

/

8

) (177

1

/

4

)

5635

(221

3

/

4

)

6774

(266

5

7533

/

8

) (296

1

9432

/

2

) (371

3

11330

/

8

) (446

1

/

8

)

1764

(69 3

2675

/

8

) (105

3586

1 /

4

) (141

4497

3 /

8

) (177 1

5408

/

4

) (213 1

6774

/

8

) (266 5

8141

/

8

) (320 5

9052

/

8

) (356 3

11329

/

8

) (446 1 /

8

)

13607

(536) x–305

(12) x–457

(18) x–610

(24) x–762

(30) x–914 x–1143 x–1372 x–1524 x–1905 x–2286

(36) (45) (54) (60) (75 1 /

8

) (90 1 /

8

) x–388

(15 3 /

8

) x–845

(33 3 /

8

) x–998 x–1226 x–1455 x–1607 x–1988 x–2369

(39 3 /

8

) (48 3 /

8

) (57 3 /

8

) (63 3 /

8

) (78 3 /

8

) (93 3 /

8

)

To calculate the installation measurements (unit: mm)

SS: screen size diagonal (inches) a (minimum) = {(SS

×

33.60/0.9071) – 59.7012}

×

1.025

a (maximum) = {(SS

×

42.376846/0.9071) – 59.62151}

×

0.975

b = x – (SS/0.9071

×

6.912) c = x – (SS/0.9071

×

6.912 + 83.4)

VPL-PS10

SS

Minimum a

Maximum b c

40

1461

(57 1 /

2

)

60 80 100 120 150

2221

(87 1

2982

/

2

) (117 3

3742

/

8

) (147

4503

3 /

8

) (177

5644

1 /

4

) (222 1 /

8

)

180

6784

(267)

200

Unit: mm (inches)

250

7545

(297 3

9446

/

8

) (372 1 /

8

)

300

11348

(447)

1767

(69

3

/

4

)

2680

(105

5

/

8

)

3592

(141

3

4505

/

8

) (177

1

5417

/

4

) (213

1

6786

/

2

) (267

3

/

8

) x–305

(12 1 /

8

) x–458

(18 1 /

8

) x–611

(24 1 /

8

) x–763

(30 1 /

8

) x–916

(36 1 /

8

) x–1145

(45 1 /

8

)

8154

(321) x–1374

(54 1 /

8

)

9067

(357 x–1527

(60 1

1

/

/

8

)

4

)

11348

(447) x–1908

(75 1 /

4

)

13629

(536

(90 1

3

/

4 x–2290

/

4

)

) x–389

(15

3

/

8

) x–541

(21

3

/

8

) x–694

(27

3

/

8

) x–847

(33

3

/

8

) x–999 x–1228 x–1457 x–1610 x–1992 x–2373

(39

3

/

8

) (48

3

/

8

) (57

3

/

8

) (63

1

/

2

) (78

1

/

2

) (93

1

/

2

)

To calculate the installation measurements (unit: mm)

SS: screen size diagonal (inches) a (minimum) = {(SS

×

33.59/0.9055) –59}

×

1.025

a (maximum) = {(SS

×

42.370377/0.9055) – 58.9761}

×

0.975

b = x – (SS/0.9055

×

6.912) c = x – (SS/0.9055

×

6.912 + 83.4)

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Notes for Installation

Notes for Installation

Unsuitable Installation

Do not install the projector in the following situations.

These installations may cause malfunction or damage to the projector.

Poorly ventilated

Very dusty

Avoid installing the unit in a location where there is a lot of dust; otherwise, the air filter will clog. The dust blocking the air through the filter may cause the internal heat level of the projector to rise. Clean the filter periodically.

Unsuitable Conditions for Use

Do not do any of the following.

Toppling the unit

• Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat build-up. Do not place the unit on surfaces

(rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the ventilation holes.

When internal heat builds up due to blockage of the ventilation holes, the temperature sensor may function, a warning message will be displayed, and the power may be turned off automatically after one minute.

• Leave space of more than 50 cm (19 3 /

4

inches) around the unit.

• Be careful that the ventilation holes do not inhale tiny objects such as pieces of paper.

Highly heated and humid

Avoid standing the unit on its side as the unit may topple over. This may cause a malfunction.

Tilting the unit more than 15 degrees

• Avoid installing the unit in a location where the temperature or humidity is very high, or the temperature is very low.

• To avoid moisture condensation, do not install the unit in a location where the temperature may rise rapidly.

Avoid tilting the unit at an angle of more than 15 degrees. Installation of the unit in this manner may cause a malfunction.

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Notes for Installation

Blocking the ventilation holes

Avoid using something that covers over the ventilation holes (exhaust/intake); otherwise, the internal heat level may build up.

Removing the adjusters

Avoid using the unit with the adjusters removed.

Blocking the ventilation holes (intake) may cause internal heat build-up.

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Maintenance

Notes

If the lamp breaks, consult with qualified Sony

personnel.

• Pull out the lamp unit by holding the handle. If you touch the lamp unit, you may be burned or injured.

• When removing the lamp unit, make sure it remains horizontal, then pull straight up. Do not tilt the lamp unit. If you pull out the lamp unit while it is tilted and if the lamp breaks, the pieces may scatter, causing injury.

Replacing the Lamp

When the lamp has burnt out or dims, or “Please replace the LAMP.” appears on the screen, replace the lamp with a new one. The lamp life varies depending on conditions of use. The message appears after 1500 hours of use.

Use an LMP-P202 Projector Lamp as the replacement lamp.

When replacing the lamp after using the projector

Turn off the projector, then unplug the power cord.

Wait for at least an hour for the lamp to cool.

Note

The lamp remains at a high temperature after you turn off the projector with the I / 1 key. If you touch the lamp, you may burn your finger. When you replace the lamp, wait for at least an hour for the lamp to cool.

1

Place a protective sheet (cloth) beneath the projector. Hold the projector handle and place the projector face down.

Note

When replacing the lamp, be sure the projector is on a flat and stable surface.

2

Slide open the lamp cover after loosening its screw with a Phillips screwdriver.

Maintenance

3

Loosen the screws on the lamp unit with the

Phillips screwdriver.

4

While holding the handle and keeping the lamp unit horizontal, pull straight up.

5

Insert the new lamp all the way in until it is securely in place. Tighten the two screws. Fold down the handle.

Notes

• Be careful not to touch the glass surface of the lamp.

• The power will not turn on if the lamp is not secured properly.

6

Close the lamp cover and tighten the screw.

7

Turn the projector back over.

8

Connect the power cord and turn the projector to the standby mode.

9

Press the following keys on the control panel in the following order for less than five seconds each: RESET,

<, ,, ENTER.

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Maintenance

Notes

• Be sure to use an LMP-P202 Projector Lamp for replacement. If you use lamps other than the LMP-

P202, the projector may malfunction.

• Be sure to turn off the projector and unplug the power cord before replacing the lamp.

• Do not put your hands into the lamp replacement socket, and do not allow any liquid or objects to fall into it to avoid electrical shock or fire.

Disposal of a used projector lamp

As the materials used in this lamp are similar to those of a fluorescent lamp, you should dispose of a used projector lamp in the same way as a fluorescent lamp.

Cleaning the Air Filter

The air filter should be cleaned every 300 hours.

When it becomes difficult to remove the dust from the filter, replace the filter with a new one.

To clean the air filter, follow the steps below:

1

Turn off the power and unplug the power cord.

2

Remove the air filter cover at the bottom of the projector.

5

Hook the air filter on the holders of the air filter cover, then set the filter and replace the cover.

Notes

• If the dust cannot be removed from the air filter, replace the air filter with the supplied new one.

• Be sure to attach the air filter cover firmly; the power cannot be turned on if it is not closed securely.

• Place the air filter so that it fits in a notch on the air filter cover.

To clean the ventilation holes

When you clean the air filter, clean the ventilation holes (intake, rear and bottom) also. Remove the dust from the outside of the ventilation holes with a vacuum cleaner.

3

Remove the air filter.

4

Wash the air filter with a mild detergent solution and dry it in a shaded place.

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

If the projector appears to be operating erratically, try to diagnose and correct the problem, using the following guide. If the problem still persists, consult with qualified Sony personnel.

Power

Symptom

The power is not turned on.

Cause Remedy

The power has been turned off and on with the I / 1 key at too short an interval.

The lamp cover is detached.

The air filter cover is detached.

Wait for about 90 seconds before turning on the power (see page 25 (GB)).

Close the lamp cover securely (see page 37 (GB)).

Close the air filter cover securely (see page 38 (GB)).

Image

Symptom

No picture.

The picture is noisy.

Cause

Remedy

A cable is disconnected or not connected properly.

The input selection is incorrect.

Check that the proper connections have been made

(see pages 18 (GB) to 23 (GB)).

Select the input source correctly using the INPUT key (see page 24 (GB)).

The picture is cut off.

Press the PIC MUTING key on the VPL-PX15/

PX10 Remote Commander to release the muting function (see page 14 (GB)).

The computer signal is not set to output to an external monitor.

The computer signal is set to output to both the LCD of the computer and an external monitor.

Noise may appear on the background depending on the combination of the numbers of dot input from the connector and numbers of pixels on the LCD panel.

Set the computer signal to output to an external monitor (see page 18 (GB)).

Set the computer signal to output only to an external monitor (see page 18 (GB)).

Change the desktop pattern on the connected computer.

On-screen display does not appear.

The picture from INPUT B is frozen. (VPL-PX15 only)

The color balance of the video picture is not correct.

STATUS in the SET SETTING menu has been set to OFF.

There is something wrong with the

Windows CE software.

The color system of the input signal is not set correctly.

Set STATUS in the SET SETTING menu to ON

(see page 32 (GB)).

Set INPUT-B FUNC. in the INSTALL SETTING menu to OFF, then set it to ON again (see page

33 (GB)).

Set COLOR SYS in the PICTURE CTRL menu to match the color system of the input signal

(see page 29 (GB)).

Sound

Symptom

No Sound.

Cause Remedy

A cable is disconnected or not connected properly.

Check that the proper connections have been made (see pages 18 (GB) to 23 (GB)).

The sound is cut off.

Press the AUDIO MUTING key on the VPL-PX15/

PX10 Remote Commander to release the muting function (see page 14 (GB)).

Input stereo sound.

When inputting sound through the AUDIO jack, sound comes through one channel only.

Monaural sound is being input through the AUDIO jack.

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Troubleshooting

Others

Symptom

The LAMP/COVER indicator flashes.

The LAMP/COVER indicator lights up.

Cause Remedy

The lamp cover or the air filter cover is detached.

Attach the cover securely (see pages 37 (GB) and

38 (GB)).

The lamp has reached the end of its life.

Replace the lamp (see page 37 (GB)).

The lamp has reached too a high temperature.

The fan is broken.

Wait for 90 seconds to cool down the lamp and turn on the power again

(see page 25 (GB)).

Consult with qualified Sony personnel.

The TEMP/FAN indicator flashes.

The TEMP/FAN indicator lights up.

The internal temperature is unusually high.

The electrical system has failed.

Both LAMP/COVER and

TEMP/FAN indicators light up.

The INPUT B window does not appear, or INPUT B cannot be selected. (VPL-

PX15 only)

The menu display does not appear even when you press the MENU key on the VPL-

PX15/PX10 Remote

Commander.

INPUT-B FUNC. is set to OFF.

The PJ/NETWORK select switch on the

Remote Commander is set to

NETWORK.

Check to see if nothing is blocking the ventilation holes.

Consult with qualified Sony personnel.

Set INPUT-B FUNC. in the INSTALL SETTING menu to ON (see page 33 (GB)).

Set the PJ/NETWORK select switch to PJ, then press the MENU key.

Warning messages

Use the list below to check the meaning of the messages displayed on the screen.

Message

High temp.!

Lamp off in 1 min.

Frequency is out of range!

Please check INPUT-A setting.

Please replace the LAMP.

Backup Battery Very Low

(VPL-PX15 only)

Meaning

Internal temperature is too high.

Remedy

Turn off the power.

Check to see if something is blocking the ventilation holes.

Input a signal that is within the frequency range.

This input signal cannot be projected as the frequency is out of the acceptable range of the projector.

The resolution setting of the output signal of the computer is too high.

You have input an RGB signal from the computer when INPUT-A in the SET

SETTING menu is set to COMPONENT or VIDEO GBR.

It is time to replace the lamp.

The backup battery for the Windows CE

OS is exhausted.

Set the setting of output to XGA (VPL-PX15/PX10) or SVGA (VPL-PS10) (see page 18 (GB)).

Set INPUT-A correctly (see page 32 (GB)).

Replace the lamp.

Consult with qualified Sony personnel.

Caution messages

Use the list below to check the meaning of the messages displayed on the screen.

Message

NO INPUT

Not applicable!

Meaning

No input signal

You have pressed the wrong key.

Remedy

Check connections

(see pages 18 (GB) to 23 (GB)).

Press the appropriate key.

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Specifications

Specifications

Optical characteristics

Projection system 3 LCD panels, 1 lens, projection system

LCD panel VPL-PX15/PX10: 0.9-inch TFT

LCD panel with micro-lens

Lens array, 2,359,296 pixels

(786,432 pixels

×

3)

VPL-PS10: 0.9-inch TFT LCD panel, 1,440,000 pixels

(480,000 pixels

×

3)

1.3 times zoom lens (manual) f 33.6 to 42 mm/F 1.7 to 2.1

Lamp 200 W UHP

Projection picture size

Light output

Range: 40 to 300 inches (diagonal measure)

VPL-PX15/PX10: ANSI lumen

1)

2000 lm

VPL-PS10: ANSI lumen 1500 lm

Throwing distance VPL-PX15/PX10 (When an XGA signal is input)

40-inch: 1458 to 1764 mm

(57 1 /

2

to 69 3 /

8

inches)

60-inch: 2217 to 2675 mm

(87

1

/

2

to 105

1

/

4

inches)

80-inch: 2977 to 3586 mm

(117 3 /

8

to 141 3 /

8

inches)

100-inch: 3736 to 4497 mm

(147 3 /

8

to 177 1 /

4

inches)

120-inch: 4495 to 5408 mm

(177

1

/

4

to 213

1

/

8

inches)

150-inch: 5635 to 6774 mm

(221 3 /

4

to 266 5 /

8

inches)

180-inch: 6774 to 8141 mm

(266

5

/

8

to 320

5

/

8

inches)

200-inch: 7533 to 9052 mm

(296 1 /

2

to 356 3 /

8

inches)

250-inch: 9432 to 11329 mm

(371

3

/

8

to 446

1

/

8

inches)

300-inch: 11330 to 13607 mm

(446 1 /

8

to 536 inches)

VPL-PS10 (When an SVGA signal is input)

40-inch: 1461 to 1767 mm

(57 1 /

2

to 69 3 /

4

inches)

60-inch: 2221 to 2680 mm

(87 1 /

2

to 105 5 /

8

inches)

80-inch: 2982 to 3592 mm

(117

3

/

8

to 141

3

/

8

inches)

100-inch: 3742 to 4505 mm

(147 3 /

8

to 177 1 /

4

inches)

120-inch: 4503 to 5417 mm

(177

1

/

4

to 213

1

/

2

inches)

150-inch: 5644 to 6786 mm

(222

1

/

8

to 267

3

/

8

inches)

180-inch: 6784 to 8154 mm

(267 to 321 inches)

200-inch: 7545 to 9067 mm

(297

3

/

8

to 357

1

/

4

inches)

250-inch: 9446 to 11348 mm

(372 1 /

8

to 447 inches)

300-inch: 11348 to 13629 mm

(447 to 536

3

/

4

inches)

Electrical characteristics

Color system

Speaker

NTSC

3.58

/PAL/SECAM/NTSC

4.43

/

PAL-M/PAL-N system, switched automatically/manually

Resolution VPL-PX15/PX10: 750 horizontal

TV lines (Video input) 1024

×

768 dots (RGB input)

VPL-PS10: 600 horizontal TV lines (Video input) 800

×

600 dots (RGB input)

Acceptable computer signals fH: 15 to 91 kHz fV: 43 to 85 Hz

Stereo speakers system, 28 mm

(1 1 /

8

inches) diameter, max. 0.5 W

×

2

Input/Output

Video input S VIDEO: Y/C mini DIN 4-pin type (female)

Y (luminance): 1 Vp-p

±

2 dB sync negative (75 ohms terminated)

C (chrominance): burst

0.286 Vp-p

±

2 dB (NTSC)

(75 ohms terminated), burst 0.3 Vp-p

±

2 dB (PAL)

(75 ohms terminated)

VIDEO: phono type

Composite video: 1 Vp-p

±

2 dB sync negative (75 ohms terminated)

.........................................................................................................................................................................................................

1) ANSI lumen is a measuring method of American National Standards Institute IT7.228.

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Specifications

INPUT A

MOUSE

AUDIO: Stereo minijack 500 mVrms, impedance more than 47 kilohms

INPUT A: HD D-sub 15-pin

(female)

Analog RGB/component:

R/R-Y: 0.7 Vp-p

±

2 dB

(75 ohms terminated)

G: 0.7 Vp-p

±

2 dB

(75 ohms terminated)

G with sync/Y: 1 Vp-p

±

2 dB sync negative

(75 ohms terminated)

B/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p

±

2 dB

(75 ohms terminated)

SYNC/HD: Composite sync input: 1-5 Vp-p high impedance, positive/negative

Horizontal sync input: 1-5 Vp-p high impedance, positive/ negative

VD: Vertical sync input: 1-5

Vp-p high impedance, positive/ negative

AUDIO: Stereo minijack

500 mVrms, impedance more than 47 kilohms

6-pin (female) (For details, see

“Pin assignment” on page 43

(GB).)

INPUT B (VPL-PX15 only)

ETHER

10BASE-T standard

100BASE-TX standard

PC CARD slot

USB hub

PC CARD slot Type II

Up (B type: female)

×

1

Down (A type: female)

×

1

CONTROL S IN/PLUG IN POWER

Stereo minijack 5 Vp-p, plug in power, 5 V DC

Safety regulations

UL1950 cUL (CSA No. 950)

FCC Class A

IC Class A

NEMKO (EN60950)

CE (LVD, EMC)

C-Tick

Laser beam (VPL-PX15/PX10 only)

Laser type

Wavelength

Output

Class 2

645 nm

1 mW

General

Dimensions

Mass

325

×

110

×

285 mm (12

×

11 1 /

4

inches) (w/h/d)

7

/

8

×

4

3

/

8

(without the projection parts)

VPL-PX15: Approx. 5.3 kg

(11 lb 11 oz)

VPL-PX10/PS10: Approx. 4.9 kg

(10 lb 13 oz)

Power requirements

VPL-PX15:

AC 100 to 240 V, 3.0–1.25 A,

50/60 Hz

VPL-PX10/PS10:

AC 100 to 240 V, 2.9–1.2 A,

50/60 Hz

Power consumption

VPL-PX15: Max. 300 W

(Standby mode: 4.9 W)

(When INPUT-B FUNC. is set to

ON: 9.0 W)

VPL-PX10/PS10: Max. 290 W

(Standby mode: 4.7 W)

Heat dissipation VPL-PX15: 1023.9 BTU

VPL-PX10/PS10: 989.6 BTU

Operating temperature

0

°

C to 35

°

C (32

°

F to 95

°

F)

Operating humidity

35 % to 85 % (no condensation)

Storage temperature

–20

°

C to 60

°

C (–4

°

F to 140

°

F)

Storage humidity 10 % to 90 %

Supplied accessories

Remote Commander RM-PJM15

(VPL-PX15/PX10 only) (1)

Remote Commander RM-PJM11

(VPL-PS10 only) (1)

R6 (Size AA) batteries (2)

HD D-sub 15-pin cable (2 m) (1)

(1-791-992-21)

PS/2 Mouse Cable (2 m) (1)

(1-792-424-12)

USB cable A type – B type (1)

(1-790-081-11)

CD-ROM (Application software)

(1)

Strap for Remote Commander

(VPL-PX15/PX10 only) (1)

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(GB)

Specifications

AC power cord (1)

Air filter (for replacement) (1)

Lens cap (1)

Operating Instructions (1)

Operating Instructions for

Networking (VPL-PX15 only) (1)

Installation Manual for Dealers (1)

Specified/recommended PC Card/

Wireless LAN Access Point

(VPL-PX15 only) (1)

Quick Reference Card (1)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Pin assignment

INPUT A connector (HD D-sub 15-pin, female)

1 R/R-Y

2 G/Y

3 B/B-Y

4 GND

5 GND

6 GND (R)

7 GND (G)

8 GND (B)

9 N.C.

10 GND

11 GND

12 DDC/SDA

13 HD/C.Sync

14 VD

15 DDC/SCL

Optional accessories

Projector Lamp LMP-P202 (for replacement)

Projector Suspension Support PSS-610

Monitor Cable

SMF-410 (HD D-sub 15-pin (male) y HD D-sub

15-pin (male))

Signal Cable

SMF-402 (HD D-sub 15-pin (male) y 3

×

phono jack)

Signal Adapter

ADP-20 (Macintosh y HD D-sub 15-pin)

Projection Lens

Short Focal Length Converter Lens VPLL-CW10

Long Focal Length Converter Lens VPLL-CT10

Some of the items may not be available in some areas. For details, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

MOUSE connector (6-pin, female)

6 5 4

3 2 1

1 DATA

2 N.C.

3 GND

4 +5 V

5 CLK

6 N.C.

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Index

Index

A

Adjuster 11 (GB)

Adjusting retention of the settings 27 (GB) the picture 28 (GB) the picture size/shift 24 (GB)

Air filter 38 (GB)

APA function 24 (GB)

ASPECT 30 (GB)

AUTO INPUT SEL 32 (GB)

B

Battery installation 16 (GB), 17 (GB) notes 16 (GB), 17 (GB)

BRIGHT 28 (GB)

C

Carrying handle 9 (GB)

COLOR 28 (GB)

COLOR SYS (System) 29 (GB)

COLOR TEMP 28 (GB)

Condensation 35 (GB)

Connections component equipment 20 (GB) computer 18 (GB)

LAN 21 (GB)

VCR 20 (GB)

CONTRAST 28 (GB)

Cut off the picture 24 (GB) the sound 14 (GB)

D, E, F

DIGIT KEYSTONE 33 (GB)

D. (Dynamic) PICTURE 28 (GB)

DOT PHASE 29 (GB)

Freeze function 26 (GB)

G

GAMMA MODE 28 (GB)

H

HUE 28 (GB)

I, J, K

INPUT-A 32 (GB)

INPUT-B FUNC. 33 (GB)

INPUT SETTING menu 29 (GB)

INSTALL SETTING menu 32 (GB)

INSTALLATION 33 (GB)

Installation example 34 (GB)

IR RECEIVER 32 (GB)

KEYSTONE MEM 33 (GB)

L

Lamp replacement 37 (GB)

LAMP TIMER 33 (GB)

LANGUAGE 32 (GB)

Location and function of controls connector panel 13 (GB) control panel 11 (GB) front / left side 9 (GB) rear / right side / bottom 9 (GB)

Remote Commander 14 (GB), 16 (GB)

M, N

Menu clearing the menu display 27 (GB)

INPUT SETTING menu 29 (GB)

INSTALL SETTING menu 32 (GB)

PICTURE CTRL menu 28 (GB)

SET SETTING menu 31 (GB) using the menu 27 (GB)

MENU BACKGRND 33 (GB)

MENU COLOR 33 (GB)

MENU POSITION 33 (GB)

Messages cautions 40 (GB) warnings 40 (GB)

Notes for installation unsuitable conditions for use 35 (GB) unsuitable installation 35 (GB)

O

Optional accessories 43 (GB)

P, Q

PICTURE CTRL menu 28 (GB)

Pin assignment 43 (GB)

Power turn off 25 (GB) turn on 23 (GB)

POWER SAVING 12 (GB), 32 (GB)

Precautions 7 (GB)

Projecting 24 (GB)

R

Remote Commander (VPL-PS10)

16 (GB)

Remote Commander (VPL-PX15/PX10)

14 (GB)

Remote control detector front 9 (GB) rear 9 (GB) setting 32 (GB)

Reset resettable items 27 (GB) resetting the item 27 (GB)

RGB ENHANCER 28 (GB)

S

SCAN CONV (Scan converter) 30 (GB)

Screen size 41 (GB)

SET SETTING menu 31 (GB)

SHARP 28 (GB)

SHIFT 30 (GB)

SIZE H 30 (GB)

Specifications 41 (GB)

STATUS (on-screen display) 32 (GB)

Supplied accessories 42 (GB)

T, U

Troubleshooting 39 (GB)

V, W, X, Y, Z

Ventilation holes exhaust 9 (GB) intake 10 (GB)

VOLUME 29 (GB)

44

(GB)

45

(GB)

88

(JP)

4-080-676-41(1)

LCD Data Projector

Operating Instructions for Networking

Instructions en cas de mise en réseau

Manual de instrucciones de red

Bedienungsanleitung für das Arbeiten im Netzwerk

Manuale di rete

DE

IT

CS

JP

GB

FR

ES

VPL-PX15

VPL-FX50

VPL-FE110J/110U/110M

© 2001 Sony Corporation

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Table of Contents

Before Using

Features ..................................................................... 4 (GB)

Precautions ............................................................... 5 (GB)

About This Manual .................................................... 5 (GB)

Preparation

Preparations for Using the Networking Function .. 6 (GB)

System Configuration ................................................... 6 (GB)

Using the PC Card ......................................................... 7 (GB)

Setting for Networking Function .................................. 7 (GB)

Using the Remote Commander or a Mouse and

Keyboard .................................................................. 7 (GB)

Setting Up the Projector .......................................... 8 (GB)

Setting Up from the Projector ....................................... 8 (GB)

Setting Up from a Computer ....................................... 12 (GB)

Basic Operation Flowcharts .................................. 14 (GB)

Operations from a Computer ....................................... 14 (GB)

Operations from the Projector ..................................... 16 (GB)

GB

Operation

Operations from a Computer ................................. 19 (GB)

Preparations ................................................................. 19 (GB)

Running a Presentation Using the Slide Viewer ......... 20 (GB)

Projecting an Excel File Using the Worksheet

Viewer .................................................................... 23 (GB)

Projecting an Image Using the Image Viewer ............. 23 (GB)

Using File Manager ..................................................... 26 (GB)

Controlling the Projector from a Computer ................ 27 (GB)

Checking the Indicators on the Projector .................... 28 (GB)

Operations from the Projector ............................... 29 (GB)

Preparations ................................................................. 29 (GB)

Running a Presentation Using the Slide Viewer ......... 30 (GB)

Projecting an Excel File Using the Worksheet

Viewer .................................................................... 31 (GB)

Running a Slide Show Using the Image Viewer ......... 33 (GB)

Connecting to the Internet ........................................... 35 (GB)

Others

Troubleshooting ...................................................... 36 (GB)

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Features

The projector has built-in Windows CE and is compatible with networking. Connecting to a Local

Area Network (LAN) allows you to run a presentation using a file stored in a computer connected by the same LAN. You can open the file from a computer located far away from the projector as well as one in the same conference room. Connecting to the Internet only with the projector is also available.

When you have access to the projector by using the

Web browser of a computer, you can control the projector from that computer.

File Manager Function

Use of a computer’s Web browser enables you to add files stored in the computer to the projector or delete files stored in the projector by operating the computer.

Web browser built-in

The Internet Explorer 4.0 and its equivalent is built into the projector, allowing you to connect to the

Internet.

Connection to a LAN

The projector is equipped with the ETHER connector

(VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50) and a PC card slot, which allows you to connect the projector to LAN by using the LAN cables or the specified/recommended LAN

PC card. Installing a wireless LAN PC card to the PC card slot enables wireless LAN connection.

Memory function

The projector can store a file imported from a computer or a memory card.

When you store the file, you can create a password to prevent unauthorized people from opening it.

PC card slot incorporated

The projector is equipped with a PC card slot.

Inserting the PC memory card, in which data are stored, into this slot allows you to run a presentation easily without using a computer.

Presentation Viewer Function

The projector has built-in simple Microsoft

PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel viewer funtions, named Slide Viewer and Worksheet Viewer, respectively. The functions allow you to run a slide show using a PowerPoint file or to project an Excel file without any conversion.

Image Viewer Function

The projector has built-in Image Viewer function, allowing you to view images created in the JPEG,

BMP, GIF or PNG format, to set up a slide show, and to run a slide show using the images.

Precautions

About This Manual

Caution

Before you turn off the projector or reset it by using the supplied Remote Commander, make sure to exit any application software which is running.

Otherwise, system damage may occur and you may not be able to restart the projector.

• Recommended system requirements for the projector are as follows:

– Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 98 SE,

Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Me

• Make sure to use the specified/recommended LAN

PC card, wireless LAN PC card, PC memory card and wireless LAN access point. Also use the specified/recommended wireless LAN PC card to install into the connected computers.

Using a device not specified/recommended may cause incorrect operations.

For the specified/recommended devices, see the supplied

“Specified/recommended PC Card/Wireless LAN Access

Point.”

• To prevent data loss, make backup of data frequently.

In no event will Sony be liable for any loss of data.

• Please note that the software specifications are subject to change without notice.

• Some of the illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual application software.

This manual explains networking operations of the

VPL-PX15, VPL-FX50 and VPL-FE110U/M LCD

Data Projector.

On-line Help files are also available. When you access the Web server of the projector, a Help sentence will appear on a computer when you rest the pointer over each item.

In the Windows CE window of the projector you can open the help file by clicking Help from the Start menu. The Windows CE of the projector does not support some functions. The Help file for Slide

Viewer, Worksheet Viewer or Image Viewer opens when you click the button on the tool bar of the respective application window.

Refer to the Operating Instructions of this model for operations other than networking.

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Preparations for Using the Networking Function

This section describes the tasks that are required for using the networking function of the projector.

System Configuration

For details on connections, refer to the Operating

Instructions of the projector.

Connecting to LAN using the LAN cables or LAN PC card

Computer

Connecting to wireless LAN using the wireless LAN access point

Computer

Wireless LAN PC card

(recommended)

(IEEE802.11b compliant)

Wireless LAN access point (recommended)

(IEEE802.11b compliant)

Wireless LAN PC card

(specified)

(IEEE802.11b compliant)

Projector

LAN cable to Hub/router

PC CARD slot

Computer

Computer

LAN cable to

Hub/router

LAN PC card (recommended)

(NE2000 compatible)

Rear of the VPL-FE110U/M

LAN cable

PC CARD slot

LAN cable

ETHER connector

Left side of the VPL-PX15

Front of the VPL-FX50

Wireless LAN PC card (recommended)

(IEEE802.11b

compliant)

Connecting to wireless LAN without using the wireless LAN access point (Peer to

Peer mode)

PC CARD slot

Projector Wireless LAN PC card (specified)

(IEEE802.11b

compliant)

Computer

LAN cable

Computer

Wireless LAN PC card (recommended)

(IEEE802.11b

compliant)

Using the memory card

PC CARD slot

Projector

PC memory card (Type II)

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Using the PC Card

The PC CARD slot of INPUT B (VPL-PX15) or

INPUT C (VPL-FX50 and VPL-FE110U/M) on the projector accepts one PCMCIA Type II PC card. To connect to a LAN, it is required to insert the specified/ recommended LAN PC card (VPL-FE110U/M only) or wireless LAN PC card into this slot.

You can also insert the recommended PC memory card into this slot. Storing the file created with Microsoft

PowerPoint or Excel, or the image file in a memory card enables you to project a file or run a presentation without connecting to a computer.

Notes

• Do not turn off the projector or restart Windows CE of the projector while the PC card is writing or reading.

• Make sure to use the specified/recommended LAN

PC card, wireless LAN PC card or PC memory card.

For the specified/recommended cards, see the supplied “Specified/recommended PC Card/Wireless

LAN Access Point.”

• The driver software for the specified/recommended

PC cards is installed into the projector at the factory.

Installing any other driver software is not required and cannot be done.

For inserting and removing the PC card, refer to the

Operating Instructions of the projector.

Using the Remote Commander or a Mouse and Keyboard

x For VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50

When you operate the projector for setting up the projector, running a slide show, etc., use the supplied

Remote Commander. Before operation, set the PJ/

NETWORK select switch on the Remote Commander to NETWORK.

You cannot connect a mouse and keyboard to the projector.

x For VPL-FE110U/M

When you operate the projector for setting up the projector, running a presentation, etc., use of the RM-

PJM610 remote commander (not supplied) or commercially available PS/2 mouse and keyboard is required.

Note

Connect the mouse and keyboard to the projector before connecting the power cord of the projector to the AC outlet.

For connections of the mouse and keyboard, refer to the

Operating Instructions of the projector.

For operation of the RM-PJM610 remote commander (not supplied), refer to the Operating Instructions of the remote commander.

Setting for Networking Function

To activate the networking function of the projector, do the following setup.

x For VPL-PX15

Set INPUT-B FUNC. in the INSTALL SETTING menu to ON.

For detailed information, see the Operating Instructions of the projector.

x For VPL-FX50

Set INPUT-C FUNC. in the INSTALL SETTING menu to ON.

For detailed information, see the Operating Instructions of the projector.

x For VPL-FE110U/M

Set the INPUT C/RS-232C/RS-422A select switch on the rear panel to INPUT C.

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Setting Up the Projector

Basic setups such as IP address and wireless LAN settings are necessary for networking operations of the projector. You can set them up either from the projector or a computer connected to the same LAN.

Before setting up

x For VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50

• Turn on the projector with the #/ 1 key on the supplied Remote Commander or control panel of the projector.

• Confirm that INPUT-B FUNC. (VPL-PX15) or

INPUT-C FUNC. (VPL-FX50) in the INSTALL

SETTING menu is set to ON.

• Press the INPUT key on the supplied Remote

Commander or control panel of the projector to select

INPUT B (VPL-PX15) or INPUT C (VPL-FX50).

The Network Projector window opens.

• Set the PJ/NETWORK select switch on the Remote

Commander to NETWORK.

• When you set up from the projector, display the screen keyboard on the projector and operate with the supplied Remote Commander.

For information on the screen keyboard, see page 29 (GB).

• Turn on the computer from which you set up the projector.

x For VPL-FE110U/M

• Confirm that the INPUT C/RS-232C/RS-422A select switch is set to INPUT C.

• Turn on the projector with the ON key on the RM-

PJM610 remote commander, supplied Remote

Commander or control panel of the projector.

• Press the INPUT key on the RM-PJM610 or the

INPUT SELECT key on the supplied Remote

Commander or control panel of the projector to select

INPUT C. The Network Projector window opens.

• When you set up from the projector, display the screen keyboard on the projector and operate with the connected mouse and keyboard, or the RM-PJM610 remote commander.

For information on the screen keyboard, see page 29 (GB).

• Turn on the computer from which you set up the projector.

Setting Up from the Projector

Setting the password

You can set a password for protection against access from remote network users.

1

From the Start menu, click Control Panel in the

Network Projector window.

2

Double-click the Password icon.

The Password Properties dialog box appears.

Password Properties

Administrator

root

User

I

3

Specify the Password for Administrator, then enter the same password again in the Confirm password text box for Administrator.

The Name of Administrator is preset as “root” at the factory. It cannot be changed.

4

Specify the Name and Password for User, then enter the same password in the Confirm password text box for User.

When you are required to enter the password for

Administrator or User while you are operating the projector from a computer, enter the Name and

Password which you set in steps

3

and

4

.

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Setting up the network configuration

Setting up the network configuration, such as IP address setting, is necessary for building a LAN connection. The IP address of the projector will be displayed on the task bar of the Network Projector window of the projector.

If the connection environment is changed, you need to set up the network configuration again.

For details, contact your network administrator.

1

From the Start menu, click Control Panel in the

Network Projector window.

2

Double-click the Network icon.

The Network Configuration dialog box appears.

Network Configuration

Adapters Identification

On-board LAN

*

Lists the network drivers installed on your device.

To change driver settings, select the driver and then the

Properties button.

NE2000 Compatible Ethernet Driver

Wireless Ethernet Driver

On-board LAN

*

The On-board LAN tab is displayed for the VPL-PX15 and

VPL-FX50.

3

Select the driver name according to the network connection type.

You can select one of the following driver names.

NE2000 Compatible Ethernet Driver: When using the recommended NE2000 compatible PC

LAN card.

Wireless Ethernet Driver: When using the specified wireless LAN PC card.

On-board LAN: When using the ETHER connector to connect to LAN (displayed for the

VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50)

The selected driver’s setting dialog box appears.

4

Confirm that the “Specify an IP address” radio button is selected, and set the necessary items.

The IP Address is initially set to “192.168.0.1,” and the Subnet Mask is set to “255.255.0.0” at the factory.

'Wireless Ethernet Driver' settings

IP Address Name Servers

An IP address can be automatically assigned to this computer. If your network does not automatically assign

IP addresses, ask your network administrator for an address, and then type it in the space provided.

1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 0 . 1

2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . 0 . 0

.

5

Click the Name Servers tab to display the Name

Servers dialog box, then set the necessary items.

'Wireless Ethernet Driver' settings

IP Address Name Servers

Name server addresses may be automatically assigned if DHCP is enabled on this adapter.

You can specify additional

WINS or DNS resolvers in the space provided.

.

.

.

.

6

Click the OK button.

The Network Configuration dialog box reappears.

7

According to your requirements, click the

Identification tab and set the necessary items.

Network Configuration

Adapters Identification On-board LAN

The system uses these credentials to access remote network resources. If these credentials fail you will be prompted for a new set of credentials to access the network resource.

netpj

* * * * * * * * projector

8

Click the OK button.

When you use a wireless LAN PC card with the

VPL-PX15 or the VPL-FX50

If you select Wireless Ethernet Driver in step

3

, follow the steps below after performing step

6

.

1

Click the On-board LAN tab.

2

Remove the check from the “Enable On-board

LAN” checkbox.

3

Click the OK button.

The window in step

2

reappears.

Note

Once the On-board LAN was deactivated, it is not shown in the driver names of the Network

Configuration dialog box. If you want to select Onboard LAN, check the Enable On-board LAN checkbox, then repeat from step

2

in “Setting up the network configuration.”

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Setting Up the Projector

Setting up a wireless LAN environment

When you are using a wireless LAN PC card, it is also necessary to set up the projector following the steps below.

Using a wireless LAN access point

Set up the access point you are connecting to as follows.

1

From the Start menu, click Control Panel in the

Network Projector window.

2

Double-click the Wireless LAN icon.

The Wireless LAN settings dialog box appears.

3

Click the Edit button.

The Access Point settings dialog box appears.

4

Enter a Nickname.

The Nickname identifies the access point. Enter up to 32 characters for the Nickname using alphanumeric characters and symbols (ASCII characters). If multiple access points exist, make sure to assign a different name to each one.

5

Enter the Access Point ID.

Type the ID specified for the access point you are connecting to.

6

Enter the Encryption Key.

Type the encryption key, if it is set and is active on the access point.

7

Click the OK button.

The Wireless LAN settings dialog box reappears.

8

Click the radio button of the Nickname you want to use, and click the OK button.

Connection is made to the selected access point.

To connect to an access point which is already configured

If multiple access points exist, you can assign up to four Nicknames for them. If you want to connect to an access point which is already configured, select a radio button next to the relevant Nickname then click the

OK button in the Wireless LAN settings window.

Connection is made to the selected access point.

Note

When the manufacturer of the wireless LAN card inserted into the projector and that of the wireless

LAN access point are not the same, how to enter the encryption key may differ. If the encryption key appears in hexadecimal values, enter the hexadecimal values for Encryption Key.

When no communication is taking place between the access point and the projector

If the channel for the access point is set to 12–14, set it to any channel between 1 and 11.

Notes

• Contact qualified Sony personnel if any trouble occurs when you are using the specified/ recommended Sony wireless LAN PC card.

• If the manufacturer of the wireless LAN card and that of the wireless LAN access point are not the same, communication by enabled encryption does not take place correctly.

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Peer to Peer (Ad-hoc) mode

To connect to a wireless LAN between the projector and computers without using the wireless LAN access point, follow the steps below on the projector only.

1

Follow steps

1

to

4

in “Using the wireless LAN access point.” In the Access Point settings dialog box, set the Nickname of this mode.

2

Click the checkbox next to Peer to Peer.

3

Enter an optional Access Point ID.

You can type up to 32 alphanumeric characters for the ID.

4

Enter the Encryption Key if you want to make it active.

5

Click the OK button.

The Wireless LAN settings dialog box reappears.

6

Click the radio button of the Nickname you entered in step

1

.

The Peer to Peer mode takes effect.

For the computers connected it is required to enter the same Access Point ID and Encryption Key as those entered in the procedure above and an optional

Nickname. For details, refer to the Operating

Instructions of the wireless LAN PC card inserted into the computers.

Notes

• Use wireless LAN PC cards of the same manufacturer both for the projector and the computer.

• If Peer to Peer (Ad-hoc) is configured on one of the connected computers, perform step

1

, then steps

3

to

6

above to enter the same Access Point ID and

Encryption Key as those of the computer and an optional Nickname on the projector.

• Select Peer to Peer (Ad-hoc) only for one of the projector and computers on the same LAN.

• When you use Peer to Peer (Ad-hoc) mode, you need to set a dedicated IP address and Subnet Mask for this mode on the projector and the computer.

Checking connection with the access point

You can check if the projector is correctly connected to the access point.

1

Double-click the (reception level indicator) icon on the task bar of the Network Projector window.

The window that indicates the connection status between the projector and the access point appears.

2

Check the following.

• Status: Shows OK if the projector has a correct recognition of the wireless LAN PC card.

• Access Point ID

• Connection: Connection status with the access point

• Access Point: Information about the connected access point

• Channel: Assigned channel

• Encryption Key: Encryption enabled or disabled on the connected access point

• Signal Strength: Signal level for communication between the projector and the access point

When Access Point ID shows “searching”

Verify if the Nickname, Access Point ID and

Encryption Key are correct. Selecting Edit wireless

Profiles... from the Tools menu opens the Wireless

LAN settings window. If any of the items is not correct, correct it following steps

3

through

8

on page

10 (GB).

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Setting Up the Projector

Setting the date and clock

The clock is displayed on the task bar of the Network

Projector window. To set the date and time, follow the steps below.

1

From the Start menu of the Network Projector window, click Control Panel.

2

Double-click the Date/Time icon.

3

Set the date and time.

Assigning an application software to the

FUNCTION key on the Remote

Commander (for VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50)

If you assigned an application to the FUNCTION 1 or

2 key on the supplied Remote Commander, a touch of the key enables you to start that application. The screen keyboard is assigned to the FUNCTION 3 key at the factory, and you cannot reassign or cancel that assignment.

For detailed information about the screen keyboard, see page 29 (GB).

1

From the Start menu of the Network Projector window, click Control Panel.

2

Double-click the Launch Keys icon.

The Launch Keys Settings dialog box appears.

Setting Up from a Computer

Notes

• Connect a single computer you are using for setups to the projector if the IP address of the projector is not changed from the factory-preset one.

• If the browser of your computer is set to “Access the

Internet using a proxy server,” enter the IP address of the projector in the box “Access the Internet without using a proxy server” when you have access to the projector from your computer.

• The computer may not accept the password for the projector, depending on the version of the browser. In this case, restart the browser.

Opening the setup window

1

Start the computer’s browser software (Internet

Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or Netscape

Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version).

2

Type “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (for the IP address of the projector)/setup”.

If the IP address is not changed from the factorypreset one, type “http://192.168.0.1/setup” (when using a LAN PC card) or “http://192.168.0.2/ setup” (when using the ETHER connector).

If the number of the IP address starts from 0 (zero), enter the number without 0.

Example: 192.168.000.001 c 192.168.0.1

The Password dialog box appears.

3

Enter the Name and Password for Administrator.

If the Password setting is not changed from the factory-preset one, enter “root” in the Name text box.

The Setup window appears.

3

Click Browse for the key (1 or 2) to which you want to assign an application software, then click the application you want from the application list.

4

Repeat step

3

if you want to assign an application to the other key.

5

Click the OK button.

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Setting the password

1

Click the Password icon in the Setup window.

The password setting dialog box appears.

Setup procedure is the same as that operated by the projector.

For details, see “Setting the password” on page 8 (GB).

2

Click the APPLY button.

Setting up the wireless LAN environment

1

Click the Wireless LAN icon in the Setup window.

The dialog box for setting the Nickname, Access

Point ID, Encryption Key and Peer to Peer appears.

Setup procedure is the same as that operated by the projector.

Setting up the network configuration

1

Click the Network icon in the Setup window.

The Network configuration window appears.

In this window you can set the items described in steps

4

to

7

in “Setting up the network configuration” on page 9 (GB).

For details, see “Setting up the network configuration” on page 9 (GB).

2

Click the APPLY button.

The window for restart appears.

3

Click the RESTART button.

If the projector is turned on and the Network

Projector window is open, the projector’s screen is turned off for about 10 seconds, then the projector restarts.

The network setting does not take effect until you restart the projector.

For details, see “Setting up a wireless LAN environment–Using a wireless LAN access point/Peer to

Peer (Ad-hoc) mode” on pages 10 (GB) and 11 (GB).

2

Click the APPLY button.

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This section describes the operation flowchart for using the projector via a network or for using the builtin network function of the projector. There are two types of flowcharts; for operations from a computer and for those from the projector. For details, see the pages in parenthesis.

Required conditions

• The projector and computer are connected to the same LAN.

• The projector and computer are turned on.

• The INPUT-B FUNC. (VPL-PX15) or INPUT-C

FUNC. (VPL-FX50) is set to ON in the INSTALL

SETTING menu.

• The INPUT C/RS-232C/RS-422A select switch is set to INPUT C. (VPL-FE110U/M)

• The input of the projector is set to INPUT B (VPL-

PX15) or INPUT C (VPL-FX50 and VPL-FE110U/M).

Operations from a Computer

Running a presentation using a file created with PowerPoint

You can control a presentation using a file created with

PowerPoint from a computer.

Starting a Web browser of a computer to access the projector (page 19)

Start the Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version, and then enter the projector’s IP address.

Projecting an Excel file onto the projector

You can display an Excel file on the projector by operating from a computer.

Starting a Web browser of a computer to access the projector (page 19)

Start the Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version, and then enter the projector’s IP address.

Selecting PRESENTATION VIEWER (page 23)

Select the PRESENTATION VIEWER icon in the

Application Select window.

Finding a file you want to project on the projector

(page 23)

Select where the file is stored, the computer or projector, then select the Excel file you want. The Worksheet

Viewer starts.

Projecting an Excel file

Selecting PRESENTATION VIEWER (page 20)

Select the PRESENTATION VIEWER icon in the

Application Select window.

Finding a file you want to use for your presentation

(page 20)

Select where the file is stored, the computer or projector, then select the PowerPoint file you want. The Slide

Viewer starts.

Setting up a slide show (page 21)

Set which slides to use and how to advance a slide in a slide show.

Running a slide show

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Projecting an image onto the projector using a file stored in a computer

You can project an image onto the projector by operating from a computer.

Starting a Web browser of a computer to access the projector (page 19)

Start the Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version, and then enter the projector’s IP address.

Selecting the Image Viewer of the projector

(page 23)

Select the IMAGE VIEWER icon in the Application

Select window.

Projecting an image or running a slide show onto the projector using a file stored in the projector

By using an image file stored in the projector or in the

PC memory card you can project it on the projector by operating a computer. You can also run a slide show using the slide show setting file preset on the projector.

Starting a Web browser of a computer to access the projector (page 19)

Start the Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version, and then enter the projector’s IP address.

Selecting the image Viewer of the projector

(page 25)

Select the IMAGE VIEWER icon in the Application

Select window.

Selecting where the file is stored

(page 23)

Select COMPUTER in the Look In window. The Image

Viewer starts.

Selecting where the file is stored

(page 25)

Select PROJECTOR in the Look In window. The Image

Viewer starts.

Finding a file you want to project on the projector

(page 24)

Select the image file you want by clicking the Browse button.

Projecting an image

Selecting a folder to project

(page 25)

Select a folder you want in the Folder/.SHO File

Select window.

Selecting the setting file to run a slide show

(page 25)

Select the .SHO file you want in the Folder/.SHO

File Select window.

Projecting an image

Setting up a slide show

(page 25)

Set how to advance a slide in a slide show.

Running a slide show

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Managing files with File Manager

You can add files stored in a computer to the projector’s storage or delete files stored in the projector.

Starting a Web browser of a computer to access the projector (page 19)

Start the Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version, and then enter the projector’s IP address.

Starting File Manager (page 26)

Select the FILE MANAGER icon in the Application Select window.

Operations from the Projector

Running a presentation using a file stored in the computer

Immediately after you open a file created with

PowerPoint stored in a computer, you can start a presentation by operating the projector.

Starting My Projector (page 31)

Double-click the My Projector icon.

Selecting a file you want to use for your presentation

(page 31)

Enter the name of a computer that stores the file to use, and select the PowerPoint file. Slide Viewer starts and the selected file appears in slide view.

Adding files (page 26) Deleting files (page 26)

Select a file in a computer you want to add to the projector’s storage.

Select a file in the projector you want to delete.

Setting up a slide show (page 31)

Set which slides to use and how to advance a slide in a slide show.

Running an addition

Running a deletion

Running a slide show

Controlling the projector

You can perform various adjustments and settings of the projector from a computer.

Starting a Web browser of a computer to access the projector (page 19)

Start the Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version, and then enter the projector’s IP address.

Displaying the control window (page 27)

Click the MORE... button.

Adjusting or setting the projector

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Running a presentation using a file stored in the projector or memory card

By using a PowerPoint file stored in the projector or in the PC memory card, you can run a presentation by operating the projector only.

Starting the Presentation Viewer (page 31)

Double-click the Presentation Viewer icon.

Projecting an Excel file stored in a computer

You can project an Excel file stored in a computer on the same LAN by operating the projector.

Starting My Projector (page 32)

Double-click the My Projector icon.

Selecting a file you want to use for your presentation

(page 31)

Select the PowerPoint file you want in the Open File dialog box. The Slide Viewer starts, and the selected file appears in slide view.

Selecting a file you want to project

(page 32)

Enter the name of a computer that stores the file to use, and select an Excel file. Worksheet Viewer starts, and the selected file is displayed on the projector.

Setting up a slide show (page 31)

Set which slides to use and how to advance a slide in a slide show.

Running a slide show

Projecting an Excel file stored in the projector or memory card

You can project an Excel file stored in the projector or memory card onto the projector.

Starting the Presentation Viewer (page 32)

Double-click the Presentation Viewer icon.

Selecting a file you want to project

(page 32)

Select the Excel file in the Open File dialog box. The

Worksheet Viewer starts, and the selected file is projected on the projector.

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Running a slide show using an image file stored in the projector or memory card

You can run a slide show using an image file stored in the projector or memory card by operating the projector only.

Starting the Image Viewer (page 33)

Double-click the Image Viewer icon.

Connecting to the Internet

Starting the Internet Browser (page 35)

Double-click the Internet Browser icon.

Selecting the files you want to use for your slide show (page 33)

Click the folder which contains the files you want. All the slides contained in the folder are displayed in thumbnail windows.

Selecting the slides you want to use for a slide show

(page 34)

Select the slides you want to use. If you want to select all the slides displayed in thumbnail windows, click Select all from the Slide Show menu.

Setting up an image (page 34)

Zooming or rotating a slide.

Running a slide show

Select how to advance a slide. A slide show starts.

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Operations from a Computer

Preparations

Before starting

x For VPL-PX15

Confirm that the INPUT-B FUNC. is set to ON in the

INSTALL SETTING menu.

x For VPL-FX50

Confirm that the INPUT-C FUNC. is set to ON in the

INSTALL SETTING menu.

x For VPL-FE110U/M

Confirm that the INPUT C/RS-232C/RS-422A select switch is set to INPUT C.

Notes

• Do not have access to the projector from two or

more computers simultaneously.

• If the browser of your computer is set to “Access the

Internet using a proxy server,” enter the IP address of the projector in the box “Access the Internet without using a proxy server” when you have access to the projector from your computer.

• The computer may not accept the password for the projector, depending on the version of the browser. In this case, restart the browser.

• If the browser on a computer exits without closing the application, the projector automatically returns to the initial Network Projector window after about 30 seconds. In this case, restart the browser.

Starting the browser to have access to the projector

In order to control the projector from a computer, you have to access the projector by starting the browser on the computer. Suitable browsers are Internet Explorer

4.0 or later versions, and Netscape Navigator 4.5x or

4.7x version.

1

Turn on the projector.

2

Set the input to the projector to INPUT B (VPL-

PX15) or INPUT C (VPL-FX50 and VPL-

FE110U/M)

3

Switch on the computer.

4

Start the browser on the computer.

5

Enter the IP address of the projector.

Type “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (for the IP address of the projector).”

You can verify the IP address as it is displayed on the task bar in the Network Projector window.

The Application Select window appears.

When the password is set for the projector, the password setting dialog box appears. Enter the

Name and Password for User.

For information on the Application Select window, see

“Names and functions of the Application Select window.”

Operations that follow the above steps are shown on pages 20 (GB) to 28 (GB).

Names and functions of the Application

Select window

Having access to the projector opens the Application

Select window. The following shows the names and functions of the icons and buttons in the window.

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1

Language select button

Clicking opens the language select drop-down list.

Each window has help sentences shown on the lower part of the window. You can display them in English,

French, German, Spanish, Italian or Japanese.

2

FILE MANAGER icon

Starts the File Manager to manage the files stored in the projector.

3

IMAGE VIEWER icon

Opens the setup window for projecting image files.

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4

PRESENTATION VIEWER icon

Opens the select window for starting the PowerPoint viewer (Slide Viewer) or Excel viewer (Worksheet

Viewer).

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1

(on/standby) button

Turns the projector on or sets it to standby mode.

6

Help

Resting the pointer over each item displays the instructions for the item. This makes your operations easier in each window.

7

Input select buttons

Select the input to the projector.

The INPUT C button does not exist in the window for the VPL-PX15.

8

MORE... button

Opens the control window for the projector.

Running a Presentation Using the Slide Viewer

When you intend to run a presentation with

PowerPoint in a conference room, you can control the presentation by operating your computer in the same room or in the location far away from the projector.

What you can do with the Slide Viewer

You can

• run a slide show using the file created with

PowerPoint.

• show a custom slide show if created.

• show a speaker’s note or hide it.

• show a slide or hide it.

• set timings to advance a slide during a slide show.

You can select an automatic or manual slide show.

Notes

• It may take time to display the file depending on your network configuration.

• As the Slide Viewer is a basic PowerPoint viewer function, it does not support some features of

PowerPoint. We recommend you should project the file you are using for your presentation on the projector before starting the presentation.

• The following fonts are available for the Presentation

Viewer; Arial, Bookman Old Style, Comic Sans MS,

Impact, Symbol, Tahoma, Times New Roman and

Wingdings.

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Running a presentation

1

Click the PRESENTATION VIEWER icon in the

Application Select window.

The Look In window appears.

2

Click to select where to search for the file you want to use for your presentation.

COMPUTER: To select a file stored in a computer

PROJECTOR: To select a file stored in the projector

The File Select window appears.

3

Select the file you want to use for your presentation.

When you select COMPUTER in step 2

Clicking Browse opens the file select window on a computer. Click the PowerPoint file (.ppt or .pps

file) you want. You can also select the file by entering the file name in the Browse text box. The selected file name is displayed in the Browse text box.

BACK button

Click to return to the previous window.

Password setting box

HOME button

Click to return to the

Application Select window.

To store the selected file into the projector

Click to check the “save in projector” checkbox.

You can set the password for the file, if necessary.

Specify the password in the “password” text box.

This disables the file to open from now on unless you enter the password.

The file will be stored when you click the Set Up or View button.

Note

When you delete a file using File Manager, entering the password is not required even if the password is set for the file.

When you select PROJECTOR in step 2

The file list showing the files stored in the projector or a memory card (VPL-PX15 and VPL-

FX50) appears. Click the PowerPoint file you want. The selected file name is displayed in the text box.

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Set up your slide show, if necessary. Click the Set

Up button in the File Select window.

The Set Up Show window appears. You can specify slides you want to use for your slide show and set how to advance a slide in the slide show.

Resting the mouse pointer over each item shows its instruction on the lower part of the window.

Note

If you are running a presentation using the file stored in a computer, the file is transferred to the projector at the time you click the Set Up button. It will take a little time to display the Set Up Show window on the computer. How long it takes depends on the file size. During this time a message will appear.

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Click the View button in the File Select window or click the View Show button in the Set Up Show window.

The slide show starts.

Note

If you are running a presentation using the file stored in a computer, the file is transferred to the projector at the time you click the View button. It will take a little time to display a slide show on the projector screen. How long it takes depends on the file size. During this time a message will appear.

To end the slide show

Click the End Show button. (See page 22 (GB).)

The File Select window returns.

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Note

If the message “Projector’s memory is full” appears when clicking the View or Set Up button, delete unnecessary files stored in the projector using the File

Manager (page 26 (GB)), then try to run the slide show again. If the message “File size is too large.” appears, reduce the file size, then try to run the slide show again.

Tips :

You may make it smaller by clicking Option, then

Save from the Tools menu, and unchecking Save Fast in the PowerPoint application.

About the window displayed while the presentation is running

The following window is displayed during a presentation.

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4

Slide

Shows the currently displayed slide in the slide show.

The projector’s screen displays only this slide.

5

PREVIOUS button

Returns to the previous slide or Animation setting during the slide show.

6

Slide text box

Clicking opens the slide name drop-down list.

When you select a specific slide from the list, it will be shown.

7

NEXT button

Advances to the next slide or Animation setting immediately.

8

Set Up Show button

Returns to the Set Up Show window.

9

End Show button

Ends or suspends the slide show to return to the File

Select window.

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Note

Displays a speaker’s note. It is not displayed on the projector screen.

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HOME button

Returns to the Application Select window.

Projecting an Excel File Using the Worksheet Viewer

You can project an Excel file on the projector by operating a computer.

What you can do with the Worksheet

Viewer

You can

• display Excel worksheets to fill the projector screen.

• change the area of a worksheet in view on the projector screen.

• zoom in or out the projected worksheet.

Note

As the Worksheet Viewer is a simple Excel viewer function, it does not support some Excel features such as a split feature.

Notes

• The range of the displayed area of a worksheet on a computer and that of the projected area on the projector is not the same.

• When you click a cell on a computer, the cell becomes active if the selected cell is within the area displayed on the projector. If the selected cell is outside the displayed area, the area with the selected cell is centered on the projector’s display.

Projecting an Image Using the

Image Viewer

You can project an image file stored in any computer on the same LAN or stored in the projector’s storage or in the memory card installed in the projector. You can also run a slide show using the slide show setting file (.SHO file) preset in the projector.

Projecting an Excel file

1

Follow steps

1

to

3

in “Running a Presentation

Using the Slide Viewer — Running a presentation” on page 20 (GB). Make sure to select an Excel file

(.xls file) in step

3

.

2

Click the View button.

The Worksheet Viewer starts.

A worksheet of the selected file is displayed on the projector.

Projecting an image stored in a computer on the projector

1

Click the IMAGE VIEWER icon in the

Application Select window.

The Look In window appears.

2

Click COMPUTER.

The Image Viewer of the projector starts, and the

Image Viewer window opens.

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NOTES button

Selects to display/remove a speaker’s note.

2

SLIDE button

Selects to display/remove a slide show on/from a computer’s display.

3

File name/slide number

Shows the name of a file and which slide is displayed.

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Currently selected cell

You can zoom in or out the worksheet projected on the screen, and change the area of the worksheet in view on the projector by using the buttons on the right window.

When you rest the mouse pointer over each button or item, its instructions will appear on the bottom of the window.

Resting the mouse pointer over each item shows its instruction on the lower part of the window.

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Select an image file to display.

Click Browse to open the file select window on a computer. Double-click the file you want.

The selected file name is displayed in the Browse text box.

4

Click the SHOW button.

A full-screen image of the selected file is displayed on the projector.

Note

When projecting a large size image file such as those in UXGA format, it cannot be opened due to lack of memory. In this case, reduce the image to obtain a smaller file size.

To save time taken for transferring data

When clicking the SHOW button, the file is transferred to the projector. It will take a little time to display an image on the projector’s screen. To display the image immediately, transfer all the files you want to use to the projector before starting your presentation.

1

After step

3

in “Projecting an image stored in a computer on the projector,” click the SEND button.

The selected file name appears in the Temporary

File list and the file is transferred to the projector.

Repeat this step until all the files you want are shown in the Temporary File dialog box.

2

Double-click the file name listed in the Temporary

File dialog box.

A full-screen image of the selected file is displayed on the projector.

Note

If the memory of the Temporary File list is full, the data transferred earlier will be erased.

About the window displayed while the

Image Viewer is running

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1

File name

Shows the file name of the currently displayed image.

2

Slide

Shows the currently displayed image on the projector’s screen.

3

Zoom text box

Clicking opens the drop-down list to select the ratio of enlargement or reduction for the image.

4

Rotate text box

Clicking opens the drop-down list to select the angle of rotation for the image.

Note

When projecting a large size image file such as those in UXGA format, it cannot be rotated due to lack of momory. In this case, reduce the image to obtain a smaller file size.

5

Scroll buttons

Clicking the arrows changes the display area of the image on the screen, if the enlarged image does not fit the screen.

6

END button

Ends or suspends the full-screen display to return to the File Select window.

7

HOME button

Returns to the Application Select window.

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Note

When you exit the Image Viewer window by clicking the END or HOME button, the files listed in the

Temporary File will be automatically erased. To store the files, add them to the projector using the File

Manager function.

For details, see “Using File Manager” on page 26 (GB).

Running a presentation using an image file stored in the projector

1

Click the IMAGE VIEWER icon in the

Application Select window.

The Look In window appears.

2

Click PROJECTOR.

The Image Viewer of the projector starts, and the

Folder/.SHO File Select window opens.

END button

Ends or suspends the display to return to the

File Select window.

HOME button

Returns to the Application

Select window.

Click the file you want.

A full-screen image of the selected file is projected on the projector.

Resting the mouse pointer over each item on the left of the window shows its instructions on the lower part.

When you select an .SHO file in step 4

The selected .SHO file appears on the right.

3

Click the folder you want or the folder that contains the slide show setting file (.SHO file) in the Folder list on the left of the window.

The contents of the selected folder are listed on the right.

For details on .SHO files, see “Saving the slide show setting” on page 34 (GB).

4

Select a folder or .SHO file you want to use, then click the SELECT button.

The Image Viewer window appears.

5

Select an image file you want to project on the projector.

When you select a folder in step 4

Image files contained in the selected folder are listed on the right.

Select how to advance slides, and click the SHOW button. The slide show starts.

Resting the mouse pointer over each item on the window shows its instructions on the lower part.

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About the window displayed while the

Image Viewer is running

The same window as that in “About the window displayed while the Image Viewer is running” on page

24 appears.

The NEXT button on the .SHO file select window is to advance to the next slide immediately during the slide show. The PREVIOUS button is to go back to the previous slide.

You can set the password for the selected file in this step. Specify the password in the “password” text box. Setting the password disables you to open the file from now on unless you enter the password.

Using File Manager

You can manage the files stored in the projector from a computer by a simple operation. The File Manager function enables you to delete unnecessary files stored in the projector or to add files stored in a computer to the projector’s storage.

Use File Manager while checking the currently used memory and largest unused memory of the projector displayed in the File Manager window.

3

Click the Add button.

The selected file is stored in the projector.

Adding files to the projector using File

Manager

1

Click the FILE MANAGER icon in the

Application Select window.

The File Manager window appears.

2

Search for the file stored in a computer you want to add to the projector.

Click the Browse... button in the Add File section to open the file select window on the computer.

Select the file you want. You can also select the file by entering the file name in the Browse... text box.

Deleting files from the projector using File

Manager

1

Click the FILE MANAGER icon in the

Application Select window.

The File Manager window appears and the list of files stored in the projector pops up.

2

Select the file you want to delete.

You can check all the files you want to delete.

3

Click the Delete button.

All the files you have checked are removed from the file list.

Note

You can delete a file even if the password is set for

the file.

Controlling the Projector from a

Computer

You can perform various adjustments and settings of the projector on a computer’s display. Three control windows are available; GENERAL, PICTURE CTRL and SETTINGS windows, each with different functions.

The functions of the buttons in the windows are the same as those on the Remote Commander supplied with the projector.

For details on the buttons, see the Operating Instructions of the projector.

The illustrations shown in the steps below are for the

VPL-PX15.

1

Click the MORE... button in the PJ CONTROL section.

The GENERAL window appears.

2

Click the function tab to select the window you want.

GENERAL window

PICTURE CTRL window

(VPL-PX15) x

For VPL-PX15

The COLOR TEMP (HIGH, LOW) buttons function the same as the settings in the menu.

x

For VPL-FX50

The DDE (OFF, PROGRESSIVE, FILM) and RGB

ENHANCER +/– buttons function the same as the settings in the menus.

For details, see the Operating Instructions of the projector.

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(VPL-PX15) x For VPL-FE110U/M

Specify the switcher number with the SWITCHER button. Use the GROUP button to specify the group index numbers and the INDEX button to specify the device index numbers. Click to open the drop-down list, then select the number.

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SETTINGS window

3

Enter the name and password of the Administrator.

The Information window appears.

The illustration below is for the VPL-PX15.

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1

(VPL-PX15) x

For VPL-PX15

The ASPECT (4:3, 16:9) and STATUS (ON, OFF) buttons function the same as the settings in the menu.

x

For VPL-FX50

The ASPECT (4:3, 16:9) and LAMP MODE

(STANDARD, LOW) buttons function the same as the settings in the menus.

For details, see the Operating Instructions of the projector.

3

Click the button to adjust or set.

Checking the Indicators on the

Projector

You can check the present status of the indicators on the control panel of the projector on a computer display.

1

Start Internet Explorer 4.0 or later versions, or

Netscape Navigator 4.5x or 4.7x version on the computer.

2

Type “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (for the IP address of the projector)/info” as a URL.

If you do not change the factory-set IP address, type “http://192.168.0.1/info” (when using a LAN

PC card) or “http://192.168.0.2/info” (when using the ETHER connector).

If the password is set, the password setting dialog box appears.

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1

Projector Status

Shows the present status of the projector.

2

Projector

Shows the information on the projector.

3

System

Shows the versions of the Windows CE and application currently used.

4

UPDATE button

Click to update the latest information.

5

Error Status

Shows the present status of the indicators on the control panel of the projector.

For information on the indicators, see the Operating

Instructions.

Operations from the Projector

Preparations

Before starting

x

For VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50

• Confirm that INPUT-B FUNC. (VPL-PX15) or

INPUT-C FUNC. (VPL-FX50) in the INSTALL

SETTING menu is set to ON.

• Switch the PJ/NETWORK select switch to

NETWORK.

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For VPL-FE110U/M

• Confirm that the INPUT C/RS-232C/RS-422A select switch on the rear of the projector is set to INPUT C.

• To operate the projector, use the RM-PJM610 remote commander or mouse and keyboard (not supplied).

Connect the mouse and keyboard to the projector before connecting the power cord of the projector to the AC outlet.

Opening the Network Projector window

To perform networking operations without connecting to a computer, display the Network Projector window on the projector.

1

Turn on the projector.

2

Set the input to the projector to INPUT B (VPL-

PX15) or INPUT C (VPL-FX50 and VPL-

FE110U/M).

The Network Projector window appears.

Names and functions of the Network

Projector window

1

2

3

4

1

My Projector icon

Browses the folders in the projector.

Double-clicking the icon shows the Memory card icon, etc.

2

Internet Browser icon

Double-clicking the icon connects to the Internet.

3

Presentation Viewer icon

Select when you want to run a presentation using the file created with PowerPoint or you want to project an

Excel file on the projector.

4

Image Viewer icon

Double-clicking the icon starts Image Viewer for running a slide show using image files stored in the projector or memory card.

5

Start menu

6

IP address

Shows the IP address of the projector. You can verify it when you are accessing the projector from a computer.

7

Reception level indicator icon

When the projector correctly recognizes the wireless

LAN PC card you insert into the PC CARD slot, the icon appears on the task bar. Double-clicking the icon opens the window indicating the connection status between the projector and the access point.

8

Screen keyboard icon

Clicking the icon displays the screen keyboard on the projector screen. You can operate the projector for setups or enter a URL by using the supplied Remote

Commander (for the VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50) or the RM-PJM610 remote commander (not supplied, for the VPL-FE110U/M). The screen keyboard has two pages. Clicking the Shift key changes the page.

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x

For VPL-PX15 and VPL-FX50

• When the PJ/NETWORK select switch on the supplied Remote Commander is set to NETWORK, the TAB, ESCAPE, ENTER and arrow keys on the

Commander function the same as those on the keyboard.

• Pressing the R CLICK key on the supplied Remote

Commander on the screen keyboard icon opens the sub menu. Clicking Remote, then On enables you to use the arrow keys on the Remote Commander as those on the screen keyboard and to select the keys.

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Clock

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Desktop icon

Running a Presentation Using the Slide Viewer

You can run a presentation by using a file with

PowerPoint stored in a computer located in the same conference room or far from the projector.

Even when a computer is not connected to the projector, you can also start the presentation using a file stored in the projector’s storage or in the memory card installed into the PC CARD slot.

About the Slide Viewer window

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1

Menu bar

Menu

File

View

Command

Open

Recent Files

Close

Version

Slide View

Note View

View Show

Slide Show

Run

Set Up Show

Function

Opens files stored in the projector.

Opens the recently used files which are shown in the submenu.

Closes the currently displayed file.

Indicates version information on the program.

Shows a slide in Slide View mode.

Shows a slide in Note View mode.

Runs a slide show.

Runs a slide show.

Sets up the slide show.

2

(Slide View) button

Shows a slide.

3

(Note View) button

Shows a slide and speaker’s note.

4

(Slide Show) button

Runs a slide show.

5

Slide transition buttons

Click the button to display the previous slide.

Click the button to display the next slide.

6

Slide list box

Click to open the drop-down list and select the number of the slide you want to display.

7

(Help) button

Click to display the Help topic for the Slide Viewer.

8

File name

The name of a file is displayed.

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Running a presentation

Using a file stored in a computer connected to the LAN

1

Double-click the My Projector icon in the Network

Projector window.

2

Enter “\\ xxxx (name of a computer you want to access)” in the address column, then click the

Enter button.

The shared folders for the computer are displayed.

Note

You have to set the items for Identification in the

Network Configuration dialog box (page 9 (GB)), and have to set share files with a computer you want to access.

3

Select the folder which contains the PowerPoint file (.ppt or .pps file) you want to run a presentation, then double-click that file.

If the password is set for the selected computer, enter the password.

The Slide Viewer starts.

4

When you want to set up the slide show, click Set

Up Show from the View Show menu.

The Set Up Show dialog box opens.

For details, see Help for Slide Viewer.

5

Click Run from the View Show menu to run the slide show.

Using a file stored in the projector or in the memory card

1

Double-click the Presentation Viewer icon in the

Network Projector window.

The Presentation Viewer starts, and the Open File dialog box appears.

2

Select the PowerPoint file you want, and click the

OK button.

The Slide Viewer starts, and the selected file appears in slide view.

3

Perform steps

4

and

5

in “Using a file stored in a computer connected to the LAN.”

Switching the slide view mode

Slide Viewer has three view modes; Slide Show, Slide

View and Note View, each of which gives you a different way of showing a slide. Display a view by clicking its corresponding command from the View menu. Clicking its button on the tool bar also switches the view.

About Help for the Slide Viewer

For details on operations with the Slide Viewer, see

Help. Clicking the button on the tool bar opens the

Help topic.

Projecting an Excel File Using the Worksheet Viewer

You can project Excel files stored in a computer on the same LAN. You can also project those stored in the projector or in the memory card without connecting a computer.

About the Worksheet Viewer window

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6

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Operations from the Projector

1

Name box

Identifies the currently selected cell.

2

Menu bar

Menu

File

Command

Open

View

Close

About

Zoom

Function

Opens files stored in the projector.

Closes the currently displayed file.

Indicates version information on the program.

Opens the Zoom dialog box to enlarge or reduce the display.

3

Sheet tabs

Displays the names of sheets. Click the sheet tab to make a sheet active.

4

Zoom box

Click to select the magnification to reduce or enlarge the display of an active worksheet.

5

Cell contents bar

Displays the result or constant value of the active cell.

6

(Help) button

Displays the Help topic for the Worksheet Viewer.

7

/ buttons

Use to scroll through the sheet tabs. Click an arrow of the direction to which you want to scroll.

8

/ (up/down) scroll bar

Use to scroll the display up or down. To scroll, drag the box or click the arrow.

9

/ (left/right) scroll bar

Use to scroll the display left or right. To scroll, drag the box or click the arrow.

Projecting an Excel file

Using a file stored in a computer connected to the LAN

1

Follow steps

1

and

2

in “Running a presentation

— Using a file stored in a computer connected to the LAN” on page 31 (GB).

2

Select the folder which contains the Excel file you want to project on the projector, then double-click that file.

If the password is set for the selected computer, enter the password.

The Worksheet Viewer starts and a worksheet in the selected Excel file appears on the projector.

Using a file stored in the projector or in the memory card

1

Double-click the Presentation Viewer icon in the

Network Projector window.

The Presentation Viewer starts, and the Open File dialog box appears.

2

Select the Excel file you want to project, and click the OK button.

The Worksheet Viewer starts, and a worksheet in the selected file appears on the projector.

Changing the size or display area of the projected worksheet

When you want to zoom in or out the projected worksheet or change the area of the worksheet in view, see Help for Worksheet Viewer.

About Help for Worksheet Viewer

For details on operation with Worksheet Viewer, see

Help. Clicking the button on the tool bar opens the

Help topic.

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Running a Slide Show Using the

Image Viewer

You can display thumbnail images of the files stored in the projector or a memory card installed in the projector, then run a slide show by selecting the images you want.

When you start the Image Viewer of the projector and select the folder which contains the files you want, the main window opens.

About the main window of the Image

Viewer

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6

(Full screen) button

Displays the full-screen window of a slide you choose.

7

Menu bar

Menu

File

View

Command

Close

About

Full Screen

Information

Sort slides

Slide Show View Show

Function

Closes the currently displayed file.

Indicates version information on the program.

Displays the full-screen window of an image you choose.

Opens the information dialog box of the selected image.

Sorts the slides in a folder by specified order.

Runs a slide show by advancing a slide selected in the sub menu.

Sets up the slide show in detail.

Slide Show

Setting

Select all

Clear all

Load...

Save...

Selects all the slides included in the thumbnail window.

Cancels any selection of slides in thumbnail images.

Loads the slide show setting file stored.

Stores the current slide show setting as a setting file

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(Extension is “.SHO.”)

8

Folder dialog box

Browses the folders stored in the projector or a memory card installed in the projector.

9

Slide display area

Displays thumbnail images of the slides included in the folder you select.

9

1

(Help) button

Click to display the Help topic for the Image Viewer.

2

Slide

Clicking a slide displays a green frame around the slide. This indicates that the slide is selected.

3

(Slide Show Setting) button

Opens the Slide Show Setting dialog box for zooming, rotating, etc.

4

(View Show) button

Clicking the button opens the sub menu for advancing a slide.

5

(Information) button

Opens the information dialog box of the selected slide.

Displaying a full-screen image

You can display a full-screen image of an thumbnail image selected from the main window.

1

Double-click the Image Viewer icon in the

Network Projector window.

The Image Viewer starts.

2

Select the folder which contains the image files you want to display from the folder dialog box.

You can choose the folder stored in the projector or a memory card installed in the projector.

The main window opens, showing thumbnail images of the slides contained in the selected folder.

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Operations from the Projector

3

Select a slide you want to display by clicking a thumbnail slide.

The green frame appears on the selected slide.

4

Right-click the slide to select Full Screen, click

Full Screen from the View menu, or click the button on the tool bar.

The slide is displayed to fit the projector screen.

4

Click View Show from the Slide Show menu, or click the button on the tool bar.

The sub menu for choosing how to advance a slide opens. Clicking one of the options starts a slide show.

Running a slide show

1

Follow steps

1

and

2

in “Displaying a full-screen image.”

2

Select slides you want to use for your slide show.

• Check the Slide Show check box on each slide you want to use. Check all the slides you are using.

• To use all of the slides in the selected folder, click Select all from the Slide Show menu.

• If you have already stored the slide show setting files, click Load... from the Slide Show menu to display the Load Slide show setting file dialog box. Select the file you want.

For details on the Slide show setting files, see “Saving the slide show setting.”

3

When you want to set up the slide, such as zooming or rotating of an image, click Slide Show

Setting from the Slide Show menu or click the button on the tool bar.

The Slide Show Setting dialog box appears.

Saving the slide show setting

You can run a slide show repeatedly by using the files stored as the slide show setting files (.SHO files). You can also change the settings of the stored setting files.

To save the file

1

Click Save... from the Slide Show menu.

The Save Slide show setting file dialog box opens.

2

Enter the file name, then click the OK button.

The saved files are shown in the Load Slide show setting file dialog box.

To save after changing the settings

Click Slide Show Setting from the Slide Show menu to open the Slide Show Setting dialog box, and change the settings. Click the Save button to open the Save

Slide show setting file dialog box. Follow step

2

.

To change the settings after saving

1

Click Slide Show Setting from the Slide Show menu.

The Slide Show Setting dialog box opens.

2

Click Load.

The Load Slide show setting file dialog box opens.

Connecting to the Internet

1

Double-click the Internet Browser icon in the

Network Projector window.

The Internet Browser window appears.

2

Click the software keyboard icon on the task bar to display the screen keyboard, then enter the address for the homepage you want.

3

Select the file for which you want to change the settings, and click the OK button.

The Slide Show Setting dialog box opens.

4

Change the settings, then click the Save button.

To change the setting in the main window

1

Click Load... from the Slide Show menu.

The Load Slide show setting file dialog box opens.

2

Select the file you want to change, and click the

OK button.

The main window opens.

3

Change the checks in the Slide Show check boxes of the slides.

About Help for Image Viewer

For details on operations with Image Viewer, see

Help. Clicking the button on the tool bar opens the

Help topic.

Change the settings and click the OK or Save button.

Note

When projecting a large size image file such as those in UXGA format, it may not be opened or rotated due to lack of memory. In this case, reduce the image to obtain a smaller file size.

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Symptom

A connection to the network is not established.

The computer cannot access to the projector.

If the projector appears to be operating erratically, try to diagnose and correct the problem, using the following guide. If the problem still persists, consult with qualified Sony personnel.

Causes and remedies

• The PC card is not properly inserted into the PC CARD slot.

t Check that the card is facing correctly, then push the card into the slot until it is firmly seated.

• The cable is not properly connected to the ETHER connector. (VPL-PX15,

VPL-FX50) t Insert the plug of the cable to the connector firmly.

• The LAN PC card, wireless LAN PC card and wireless LAN access point you are using are not the specified/recommended ones.

t Use the specified/recommended devices. Use of those not specified/ recommended may cause incorrect operation.

For information on the specified/recommended cards, etc., see the attached “Specified/recommended PC Card/Wireless LAN Access Point.”

• The network environment is not properly set up.

t Check the network configuration settings of the projector. (pages 9 (GB) and 13 (GB)) t When you control the projector by using the computer’s Web browser, check the network settings on the computer as well.

• When you use a wireless LAN PC card, Enable On-board LAN is selected.

(VPL-PX15, VPL-FX50) t

Remove the check mark from the Enable On-board LAN checkbox.

• When you are using the wireless LAN PC card, the wireless LAN is not properly set up.

t Check that the Access Point ID and Encryption Key in the Connecting

Status dialog box are set to the same numbers as those of the connected access point (page 11 (GB)).

• When you are using the wireless LAN PC card, Peer to Peer mode is not properly set up.

t Select Peer to Peer only on a piece of equipment connected to the same wireless LAN (page 11 (GB)).

• The channel of the access point is set to 12–14.

t Set the channel of the access point to 1–11.

• The LAN PC card, wireless LAN PC card, memory card or access point still does not operate properly after checking the above.

t Consult with the manufacturer of the card or access point you use. When you are using the specified Sony wireless LAN PC card, consult with the qualified Sony personnel.

• The setting of INPUT-B FUNC. (VPL-PX15) or INPUT-C FUNC. (VPL-FX50) in the INSTALL SETTING menu is not correct.

t Set it to ON.

• The INPUT C/RS-232C/RS-422A select switch is not correctly set. (VPL-

FE110U/M) t Set it to INPUT C.

• The browser of your computer is set to “Access the Internet using a proxy server.” t Enter the IP address of the projector in the box “Access the Internet without using a proxy server.”

• You entered the projector’s IP address started with 0 (zero).

t Do not enter 0 at the beggining of the number.

Example: 192.168.000.001 c 192.168.0.1

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Symptom

The projector screen freezes.

Fonts or styles change in a PowerPoint or

Excel file.

Some characters are not displayed in a

PowerPoint or Excel file.

Some features of a PowerPoint or Excel file are not properly displayed or such effects are not displayed at all.

Causes and remedies

The Windows CE software is frozen.

t

Once you set INPUT-B FUNC. (VPL-PX15) or INPUT-C FUNC. (VPL-

FX50) in the INSTALL SETTING menu to OFF, then reset it to ON.

t Restart Windows CE by pressing the RESET key within 5 seconds after pressing the FUNCTION key on the supplied RM-PJ1001 Remote

Commander. (VPL-FE110U/M)

In the text of the file, fonts or styles not supported by the Slide Viewer or

Worksheet Viewer are used.

t Only the following fonts are available for the Slide Viewer. Other fonts will be replaced with these fonts; Arial, Bookman Old Style, Comic Sans MS,

Impact, Symbol, Tahoma, Times New Roman, Wingdings. If replaced, an end of paragraph may change according to tab or pharagraph settings.

Styles not supported by the Slide Viewer will be replaced with supported styles.

You cannot display characters that the Slide Viewer or Worksheet Viewer does not support, such as Chinese.

t Use the file created in English, French, Spanish, German or Italian which are supported by the Slide Viewer.

The file is using the features that are not supported by the Slide Viewer or

Worksheet Viewer of the projector.

t The features will be replaced with those that are supported. Apply effects that are supported if nothing is displayed.

The memory of the projector is full.

t Delete unnecessary files stored in the projector using File Manager to increase memory capacity.

A slide show cannot be run. The message

“Projector’s memory is full. Arrange the files stored in the projector with File

Manager, then try to restart the slide show.” appears.

A slide show cannot be run. The message

“File size is too large. Decrease file size in any way; for example, by dividing it into smaller files, then try to restart the slide show.” appears.

Internet Browser for the projector cannot be started.

The message “Password is set for the file.

Enter password.” appears.

The message “You might have entered the wrong password. Enter it again.” appears.

File size exceeds the capacity for transition to the projector.

t Check empty memory capacity in the File Manager window, then decrease the file’s capacity by dividing it into smaller files.

t Click Option then Save from the Tool menu on the PowerPoint, then remove the check from Save Fast.

The projector is not connected to the LAN.

t Check the setups for the network configuration and wireless LAN environment. (pages 9 (GB)–13 (GB))

The password is set for the projector or the file.

t Enter the password. When the IP address is not changed from the factorypreset one, enter “root” in the Name text box for Administrator.

The password you entered is not correct.

t Enter the correct password.

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Sony Corporation

Printed in Japan

4-084-128-02 (1)

LCD Data Projector

Installation Manual for Dealers Pages 3, 8 to 10 and 26 to 43

This installation Manual for Dealers explains how to install the projector. For example, it explains lens installation, installation measurements when using the optional lens and when hanging the projector from the ceiling.

VPL-PX15/VPL-PX10/VPL-PS10

2001 Sony Corporation

1

English

Table of Contents

Precautions ................................................................... 8

Overview ....................................................................... 9

Installing the Lens ........................................................ 9

Installation Diagram ................................................... 26

Floor Installation ................................................................... 26

Ceiling Installation ................................................................ 32

Attaching the projector suspension support PSS-610 ........... 38

Dimensions ................................................................. 41

3

English

Precautions

On safety

• Check that the operating voltage of your unit is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. If voltage adaptation is required, consult with qualified Sony personnel.

• Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified

Sony personnel before operating it further.

• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for several days.

• To disconnect the cord, pull it out grasping the plug.

Never pull the cord itself.

• The wall outlet should be near the unit and easily accessible.

• The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off.

• Do not look into the lens while the lamp is on.

• Do not place your hand or objects near the ventilation holes — the air coming out is hot.

• Avoid using an extension cord with a low voltage limit since it may cause a short-circuit and physical injury.

• To carry the projector, be sure to use the carrying handle. Do not hold other parts of the projector, especially the lens.

• Do not catch your finger between the unit and the floor when moving a projector installed on the floor.

• Be careful not to catch your finger in the cooling fan.

• Do not carry the projector with the cabinet on and with its cover open.

On installation

• When the projector is mounted on the ceiling, the

Sony PSS-610 Projector Suspension Support must be used for installation.

• Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat build-up. Do not place the unit on surfaces

(rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the ventilation holes.

Leave space of more than 50 cm (19 3 /

4

inches) between the wall and the projector. Be aware that room heat rises to the ceiling; check that the temperature near the installation location is not excessive.

• Install the projector on the floor or ceiling.

Installation in any other location may cause a malfunction such as color irregularity or shortening of lamp life.

• Do not install the unit in a location near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or humidity, mechanical vibration or shock.

• To avoid moisture condensation, do not install the unit in a location where the temperature may rise rapidly.

• Be sure to secure the cabinet cover firmly when installing the unit on the ceiling.

On illumination

• To obtain the best picture, the front of the screen should not be exposed to direct lighting or sunlight.

• Ceiling-mounted spot lighting is recommended. Use a cover over fluorescent lamps to avoid lowering the contrast ratio.

• Cover any windows that face the screen with opaque draperies.

• It is desirable to install the projector in a room where floor and walls are not of light-reflecting material. If the floor and walls are of reflecting material, it is recommended that the carpet and wall paper be changed to a dark color.

On preventing internal heat build-up

• After you turn off the power with the I / 1 key on the control panel or on the Remote Commander, do not disconnect the unit from the wall outlet while the cooling fan is still running.

• Do not disconnect the AC power cord from the wall outlet while the fan is still running.

Caution

The projector is equipped with ventilation holes

(intake) at the bottom and rear and ventilation holes

(exhaust) at the front. Do not block or place anything near these holes, or internal heat build-up may occur, causing picture degradation or damage to the projector.

8

On cleaning

• To keep the cabinet looking new, periodically clean it with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent solution. Never use strong solvents, such as thinner, benzene, or abrasive cleansers, since these will damage the cabinet.

• Avoid touching the lens. To remove dust on the lens, use a soft dry cloth. Do not use a damp cloth, detergent solution, or thinner.

• Clean the filter at regular intervals.

On repacking

Save the original shipping carton and packing material; they will come in handy if you ever have to ship your unit. For maximum protection, repack your unit as it was originally packed at the factory.

Overview

This manual describes how to install the Sony LCD

Data Projector VPL-PX15/PX10/PS10. It also describes how to install the optional lens and provides installation diagrams. When you install the lens, also refer to the Operating Instructions.

Installing the Lens

You can install the following two types of lenses on the projector.

• VPLL-CT10 Long Focused Converter Lens

• VPLL-CW10 Short Focused Converter Lens

Follow the steps below to install the lens.

For details on installing the lens, also refer to the installation manual supplied with the lens.

1

Turn off the power and disconnect the power cable.

2

Remove the lens caps (

×

2) from the lens you wish to install.

3

Align the screw of the lens with the thread around the standard lens of the projector as illustrated below.

4

While holding the focus ring in place, turn the lens clockwise until you hear it click.

5

Place a thick cloth (e.g., a cushion) beneath the projector. Grasp the projector handle and place the projector face down.

Note

The lens projects from the top of the projector when the lens is installed on the projector. Before installation, place an adequately thick cloth beneath the projector to keep the lens from contact with the floor or a desk top. Otherwise, the lens may malfunction if it receives too much pressure from the weight of the projector.

6

Fasten the end of the safety wire of the lens to the bottom of the projector using the screw supplied with the lens (M5

×

8, with washers).

WARNING

Be sure to use the screw (M5

×

12) supplied with the

PSS-610. Never use the screw supplied with the lens.

If you use the screw supplied with the lens, the lens may fall from the projector and may cause injury.

Notes on installation of the lens

• The lens scratches easily, so when handling it, always place it gently on a stable and level surface in a horizontal position.

• Be sure not to bump the lens on the surface of the standard lens of the projector.

• Avoid touching the lens surface.

Removing the installed lens

1

Remove the end of the safety wire of the installed lens from the bottom of the projector by removing the screw.

2

While holding the focus ring in place, turn the installed lens counterclockwise until the lens can be removed.

Note

Be sure to fasten the end of the safety wire of the lens to the bottom of the projector.

When installing the projector on the ceiling

Insert the PSS-610 Projector Suspension Support between the end of the safety wire of the installed lens and the bottom of the projector, and use the screw

(M5

×

12) supplied with the PSS-610 as described in step

6

above to connect them as illustrated below.

2 The end of the safety wire

1

The PSS-610 Projector

Suspension Support

Note

Be sure not to drop the uninstalled lens.

Note

If the lens is hard to turn, turn it slightly counterclockwise first, then turn it clockwise.

9 10

26

A

Wall x

Distance between the front of the cabinet and the center of the lens

Center of the screen a

+ 0 –

Standard /

±

Í

º : –25.4 (–1)

VPLL-CT10: +51.0 (+2 1 /

8

)

VPLL-CW10: +67.1 (+2 3 /

4

)

Center of the lens c b

Floor

Unit: mm (inches)

English

Installation Diagram

Floor Installation

This section describes the examples for installing the projector on the desk, etc. A

See the charts on pages 28 and 29 concerning the installation measurements.

When using the standard lens, refer to the operating instructions.

The alphabetical letters in the illustration indicate the distances below.

a : distance between the screen and the center of the lens b : distance between the floor and the center of the lens c : distance between the floor and the bottom of the adjusters of the projector x : free

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VPL-PX15/PX10

Unit: mm (inches)

VPLL-CT10

SS

a b c

40

2176

(85

7

/

8

) x-305

(12) x-388

(15 3 /

8

)

60

3370

(132

3

/

4

) x-457

(18) x-541

(21 3 /

8

) a = (SS

×

54.15/0.9071) – 211.9761

b = x – (SS/0.9071

×

6.912) c = x – (SS/0.9071

×

6.912 + 83.4)

80

4567

(179

5

/

8

) x-610

(24) x-693

(27 3 /

8

)

100

5757

(226

7

/

8

) x-762

(30) x-845

(33 3 /

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CT10, set the screen size between 40 to 100 inches.

VPLL-CW10

a

SS

b c

N

M

60

1728

(68 1 /

8

)

2094

(82 3 /

8

) x-457

(18) x-541

(21

3

/

8

)

80

2331

(91 3 /

4

)

2819

(111 1 /

8

) x-610

(24) x-693

(27

3

/

8

)

100

2934

(115 3 /

8

)

3543

(139 1 /

2

) x-762

(30) x-845

(33

3

/

8

)

120

3536

(139 1 /

2

)

4267

(168 1 /

4

) x-914

(36) x-998

(39

3

/

8

) a (N) = {(SS

×

26.67/0.9071) – 78}

×

1.025

a (M) = {(SS

×

33.6858/0.9071) – 80.10359}

×

0.975

b = x – (SS/0.9071

×

6.912) c = x – (SS/0.9071

×

6.912 + 83.4)

150

4440

(174 7 /

8

)

5353

(210 3 /

4

) x-1143

(45) x-1226

(48

3

/

8

)

180

5344

(210 3 /

8

)

6439

(253 5 /

8

) x-1372

(54) x-1455

(57

3

/

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CW10, set the screen size between 60 to 300 inches.

200

5947

(234 3 /

8

)

7163

(282) x-1524

(60) x-1607

(63

3

/

8

)

250

7454

(293 3 /

8

)

8974

(353 1 /

4

) x-1905

(75 1 /

8

) x-1988

(78

3

/

8

)

300

8961

(352 7 /

8

)

10784

(424 1 /

2

) x-2286

(90 1 /

8

) x-2369

(93

3

/

8

)

VPL-PS10

Unit: mm (inches)

VPLL-CT10

SS

a b c

40

2179

(85

7

/

8

) x-305

(12 1 /

8

) x-389

(15 3 /

8

)

60

3375

(133

1

/

8

) x-458

(18 1 /

8

) x-541

(21 3 /

8

) a = (SS

×

54.15/0.9055) – 213 b = x – (SS/0.9055

×

6.912) c = x – (SS/0.9055

×

6.912 + 83.4)

80

4571

(180) x-611

(24 1 /

8

) x-694

(27 3 /

8

)

100

5767

(227

1

/

4

) x-763

(30 1 /

8

) x-847

(33 3 /

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CT10, set the screen size between 40 to 100 inches.

VPLL-CW10

a

SS

b c

N

M

60

1731

(68 1 /

8

)

2098

(82

3

/

4

) x-458

(18 1 /

8

) x-541

(21

3

/

8

)

80

2335

(92 1 /

4

)

2824

(111

1

/

8

) x-611

(24 1 /

8

) x-694

(27

3

/

8

)

100

2939

(115 7 /

8

)

3549

(139

7

/

8

) x-763

(30 1 /

8

) x-847

(33

3

/

8

) a (N) = {(SS

×

26.67/0.9055) – 78.2988048}

×

1.025

a (M) = {(SS

×

33.685039/0.9055) – 80}

×

0.975

b = x – (SS/0.9055

×

6.912) c = x – (SS/0.9055

×

6.912 + 83.4)

120

3543

(139 1 /

2

)

4274

(168

1

/

4

) x-916

(36 1 /

8

) x-999

(39

3

/

8

)

150

4448

(175 1 /

4

)

5363

(211

1

/

8

) x-1145

(45 1 /

8

) x-1228

(48

3

/

8

)

180

5354

(210 3 /

4

)

6451

(254) x-1374

(54 1 /

8

) x-1457

(57

3

/

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CW10, set the screen size between 60 to 300 inches.

200

5958

(234 3 /

4

)

7176

(282

3

/

4

) x-1527

(60 1 /

8

) x-1610

(63

1

/

2

)

250

7467

(294 1 /

4

)

8990

(354) x-1908

(75 1 /

4

) x-1992

(78

1

/

2

)

300

8977

(353 5 /

8

)

10803

(425

1

/

4

) x-2290

(90 1 /

4

) x-2373

(93

1

/

2

)

English

Installation Diagram

Floor Installation

The installation measurements and their calculation method for each lens are shown on pages 28 and 29.

The alphabetical letters in the charts and calculation methods indicate the following.

SS : screen size measured diagonally (inches) a : distance between the screen and the center of the lens b : distance between the floor and the center of the lens c : distance between the floor and the bottom of the adjusters of the projector x : free

N : minimum

M : maximum

29 30

x

B

Wall

Unit: mm (inches)

Center of the screen

PSS-610 Projector Suspension Support (not supplied) a

Ceiling c b

Center of the lens

Distance between the front of the cabinet and the center of the lens

+ 0 –

Standard /

±

Í

º : –25.4 (–1)

VPLL-CT10: +51.0 (+2

1

/

8

)

VPLL-CW10: +67.1 (+2 3 /

4

)

English

Ceiling Installation

This section describes the examples for installing the projector on the ceiling. B

When installing the projector on the ceiling, use the PSS-

610 Projector Suspension Support.

For ceiling installation, ask for qualified Sony personnel only.

See the charts on pages 34 and 35 concerning the installation measurements.

The alphabetical letters in the illustration indicate the distances below.

a : distance between the screen and the center of the lens b : distance between the ceiling and the center of the lens c : distance between the ceiling and the surface of the mounting bracket x : distance between the ceiling and the center of the screen

VPL-PX15/PX10

Unit: mm (inches)

Standard lens

a

SS

b

N

M

40

1458

(57 1 /

2

)

1764

(69

3

/

8

)

60

2217

(87 1 /

2

)

2675

(105

1

/

4

)

80

2977

(117 3 /

8

)

3586

(141

3

/

8

)

100

3736

(147 3 /

8

)

4497

(177

1

/

4

) x c+377

(14 7 /

8

) c+529

(20 7 /

8

) c+681

(26 7 /

8

) c+834

(32 7 /

8

) a (N) = {(SS

×

33.60/0.9071) – 59.7012}

×

1.025

a (M) = {(SS

×

42.376846/0.9071) – 59.62151}

×

0.975

x = c + (SS/0.9071

×

6.912 + 71.7)

120

4495

(177 1 /

4

)

5408

(213

1

/

8

) c+71.7

(2

7

/

8

) c+986

(38 7 /

8

)

VPLL-CT10

SS

a b x

40

2176

(85 7 /

8

) c+377

(14 7 /

8

)

60

3370

(132 3 /

4

)

80

4567

(179 5 /

8

) c+529

(20 7 /

8

) c+71.7

(2

7

/

8

) c+681

(26 7 /

8

) a = (SS

×

54.15/0.9071) – 211.9761

x = c + (SS/0.9071

×

6.912 + 71.7)

100

5757

(226 7 /

8

) c+834

(32 7 /

8

)

150

5635

(221 3 /

4

)

6774

(266

5

/

8

)

180

6774

(266 5 /

8

)

8141

(320

5

/

8

)

200

7533

(296 1 /

2

)

9052

(356

3

/

8

)

250

9432

(371 3 /

8

)

11329

(446

1

/

8

)

300

11330

(446 1 /

8

)

13607

(536) c+1215

(47 7 /

8

) c+1443

(56 7 /

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CT10, set the screen size between 40 to 100 inches. c+1596

(62 7 /

8

) c+1977

(77 7 /

8

) c+2358

(92 7 /

8

)

VPLL-CW10

a

SS

b

N

M

60

1728

(68 1 /

8

)

2094

(82 3 /

8

)

80

2331

(91 3 /

4

)

2819

(111 1 /

8

)

100

2934

(115 3 /

8

)

3543

(139 1 /

2

)

120

3536

(139 1 /

2

)

4267

(168 1 /

4

) x c+529

(20

7

/

8

) c+681

(26

7

/

8

) c+834

(32

7

/

8

) c+986

(38

7

/

8

) a (N) = {(SS

×

26.67/0.9071) – 78}

×

1.025

a (M) = {(SS

×

33.6858/0.9071) – 80.10359}

×

0.975

x = c + (SS/0.9071

×

6.912+71.7)

150

4440

(174 7 /

8

)

5353

(210 3 /

4

) c+71.7

(2

7

/

8

) c+1215

(47

7

/

8

)

180

5344

(210 3 /

8

)

6439

(253 5 /

8

) c+1443

(56

7

/

8

)

200

5947

(234 3 /

8

)

7163

(282) c+1596

(62

7

/

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CW10, set the screen size between 60 to 300 inches.

250

7454

(293 3 /

8

)

8974

(353 1 /

4

)

300

8961

(352 7 /

8

)

10784

(424 1 /

2

) c+1977

(77

7

/

8

) c+2358

(92

7

/

8

)

32 34

VPL-PS10

Unit: mm (inches)

Standard lens

a

SS

N

M

40

1461

(57 1 /

2

)

1767

(69

3

/

4

)

60

2221

(87 1 /

2

)

2680

(105

5

/

8

)

80

2982

(117 3 /

8

)

3592

(141

3

/

8

)

100

3742

(147 3 /

8

)

4505

(177

1

/

4

) b x c+377

(14 7 /

8

) c+530

(20 7 /

8

) c+682

(26 7 /

8

) c+835

(32 7 /

8

) a (N) = {(SS

×

33.59/0.9055) – 59}

×

1.025

a (M) = {(SS

×

42.370377/0.9055) – 58.9761}

×

0.975

x = c + (SS/0.9055

×

6.912 + 71.7)

120

4503

(177 1 /

4

)

5417

(213

1

/

2

) c+71.7

(2

7

/

8

) c+988

(39)

150

5644

(221 1 /

8

)

6786

(267

3

/

8

) c+1217

(48)

180

6784

(267)

8154

(321) c+1446

(57)

VPLL-CT10

SS

a b x

40

2179

(85 7 /

8

) c+377

(14 7 /

8

)

60

3375

(133 1 /

8

)

80

4571

(180) c+530

(20 7 /

8

) c+71.7

(2

7

/

8

) c+682

(26 7 /

8

) a = (SS

×

54.15/0.9055) – 213 x = c + (SS/0.9055

×

6.912 + 71.7)

100

5767

(227 1 /

4

) c+835

(32 7 /

8

)

When you use the VPLL-CT10, set the screen size between 40 to 100 inches.

200

7545

(297 3 /

8

)

9067

(357

1

/

4

)

250

9446

(372 1 /

8

)

11348

(447)

300

11348

(447)

13629

(536

3

/

4

) c+1598

(63) c+1980

(78) c+2362

(93)

VPLL-CW10

SS

a

N

M

60

1731

(68 1 /

8

)

2098

(82 3 /

4

) b

80

2335

(92 1 /

4

)

2824

(111 1 /

8

)

100

2939

(115 7 /

8

)

3549

(139 7 /

8

)

120

3543

(139 1 /

2

)

4274

(168 1 /

4

) x c+530

(20 7 /

8

) c+682

(26 7 /

8

) c+835

(32 7 /

8

) c+988

(39) a (N) = {(SS

×

26.67/0.9055) – 78.2988048}

×

1.025

a (M) = {(SS

×

33.685039/0.9055) – 80}

×

0.975

x = c + (SS/0.9055

×

6.912+71.7)

150

4448

(175 1 /

4

)

5363

(211 1 /

8

) c+71.7

(2

7

/

8

) c+1217

(48)

180

5354

(210 3 /

4

)

6451

(254) c+1446

(57)

200

5958

(234 3 /

4

)

7176

(282 3 /

4

) c+1598

(63)

When you use the VPLL-CW10, set the screen size between 60 to 300 inches.

250

7467

(294 1 /

4

)

8990

(354)

300

8977

(353 5 /

8

)

10803

(425 1 /

4

) c+1980

(78) c+2362

(93)

English

Ceiling Installation

The installation measurements and their calculation method for each lens are shown on pages 34 and 35.

The alphabetical letters in the charts and calculation methods indicate the following.

SS : screen size measured diagonally (inches) a : distance between the screen and the center of the lens b : distance between the ceiling and the center of the lens c : distance between the ceiling and the surface of the mounting bracket

150/175/200/250/275/300 mm (6, 7, 7

7

/

8

, 9

7

/

8

, 10

7

/

8

,

11 7 /

8

inches) adjustable using one of the two types of adjustment pipe available for the PSS-610 x : distance between the ceiling and the center of the screen

N : minimum

M : maximum

35 36

C a

3

25.4 (1)

80.2 (3

1

/

4

)

152.3 (6)

216.6 (8

5

/

8

)

1

2 6

D

250 (9

7

/

8

)

125 (5)

E

5 4

80.2

(3

1

/

4

)

216.6 (8

5

/

8

)

7

9

8

3

6

87.4

(3

1

/

2

)

75.1

(3)

5

2

When using the standard lens equipped with the VPL-PX15/PX10/PS10

0

126.9 (5)

152.3 (6)

132.7 (5

1

/

4

)

Unit: mm (inches)

English

Attaching the projector suspension support PSS-610

For more details on the ceiling installation, refer to the

Installation manual for Dealers of the PSS-610. The installation measurements are shown on page 38 when you install the projector on the ceiling.

Top view

C

Align the center of the lens with the center of the screen.

Front view

D

The lens is offset 43.4 mm (1

3

/

4

inches) to the left from the center of the supporting pole. When mounting, take care to align the center of the lens with the center of the screen; not the center of the supporting pole.

Side view

E a : distance between the screen and the center of the lens

1 Center of the screen

2 Center of the unit

3 Front of the cabinet

4 Upper ceiling mount bracket

5 Center of the supporting pole (The center of the supporting pole is different from that of the unit.)

6 Center of the lens

7 Ceiling

8

The bottom surface of the mounting bracket

9

Distance between the ceiling and the surface of the mounting bracket

Using adjustment pipe (b): 150/175/200 mm

(6/7/7 7 /

8

inches)

Using adjustment pipe (c): 250/275/300 mm

(9

7

/

8

/10

7

/

8

/11

7

/

8

inches)

0 Front of the lens

38 39

Dimensions

Front

158.9 (6

3

/

8

)

48.5 (1

15

/

16

) 49.5 (2)

325 (12

7

/

8

)

75.1 (3)

23.8 (

15

/

16

)

120

(4

3 / 4

)

Side

137.5 (5

1

/

2

)

166.4 (6

5

/

8

)

161 (6

3

/

8

)

59.1 (2

3

/

8

)

Center of gravity

Center of the projector

30.7

(1

1

/

4

)

178.5 (7

1

/

8

)

46.5

(1

7

/

8

)

INPUT B

PC CARD

18 (

23

/

32

) 81.9 (3

1

/

4

)

77.4 (3

1

/

8

)

INPUT A ~AC IN

108 (4

3

/

8

)

167.3 (6

5

/

8

)

141 (5

5

/

8

)

Center of gravity

This illustration shows the VPL-PX15.

38.3 (1

9

/

16

)

Unit: mm (inches)

41 42

Dimensions

Top

Unit: mm (inches)

INPUT

ENTER

STANDBY

ON/

SAVING

POWER

MENU

FAN

TEMP/

COVER

LAMP/

HELP

RESET

APA

VOLUME

55.9 (2

1

/

4

)

Bottom

271 (10

3

/

4

)

95.1 (3

3

/

4

)

17.2 (

11

/

16

)

23.6 (

15

/

16

)

81.8 (3

1

/

4

)

81.5 (3

1

/

4

)

(1

36

7

/

16

)

44.4

(1

3

/

4

)

81.8

(3

1

/

4

)

72.4 (2

7

/

8

)

30.5 (1

163 (6

1

/

2

)

1

/

4

)

254 (10)

Center of the projector

Unit: mm (inches)

43

Printed in Japan

Projection Lens

Operating Instructions

Mode d’emploi

Bedienungsanleitung

VPLL-CW10

Manual de instrucciones

Istruzioni per l’uso

Sony Corporation © 2001 Printed in Japan

4-084-806-01 (1)

English

The VPLL-CW10 Projection Lens is a short focal length converter lens designed for use with the Sony VPL-PX15/

PX10/PS10, etc LCD Data Projector.

About lens attachment

Attaching the lens may cause injury to the person.

Users should request qualified Sony representative to attach the lens.

Notes on lens attachment

• The lens scratches easily. When handling the lens, always place it gently on a stable, level surface in a horizontal position.

• Avoid touching the lens surface.

Specifications

Short Focal Length Converter Lens

F=1.9 to 2.1 f=26.8 to 33.5 mm

(1

1

/

16

to 1

3

/

8

inches)

Projection picture size 60 to 300 inches

Throwing distance (when 100 inches: 2934 to 3543 mm using VPL-PX15/PX10) (115

3

/

8

to 139

1

/

2

inches)

200 inches: 5947 to 7163 mm

(234

3

/

8

to 282 inches)

300 inches: 8961 to 10784 mm

(352

7

/

8

to 424

1

/

2

inches)

Throwing distance (when 100 inches: 2939 to 3549 mm using VPL-PS10) (115

7

/

8

to 139

7

/

8

inches)

200 inches: 5958 to 7176 mm

(234

3

/

4

to 282

3

/

4

inches)

300 inches: 8977 to 10803 mm

Dimensions

Mass

(353

5

/

8

to 425

1

/

4

inches)

116

×

116

×

78.5 mm

(4

1

/

2

×

4

1

/

2

×

3

1

/

6

inches) (w/h/d)

1130 g (2 lb 8 oz)

Supplied accessories Operating Instructions (1)

Screw (1)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Projection Lens

Operating Instructions

Mode d’emploi

Bedienungsanleitung

VPLL-CT10

Manual de instrucciones

Istruzioni per l’uso

Sony Corporation © 2001 Printed in Japan

4-084-808-01 (1)

English

The VPLL-CT10 Projection Lens is a long focal length converter lens designed for use with the Sony VPL-PX15/

PX10/PS10, etc LCD Data Projector.

About lens attachment

Attaching the lens may cause injury to the person.

Users should request qualified Sony representative to attach the lens.

Notes on lens attachment

• The lens scratches easily. When handling the lens, always place it gently on a stable, level surface in a horizontal position.

• Avoid touching the lens surface.

• When you use the VPLL-CT10, set the standard lens of the projector to the long focus position to prevent vignetting (a fall-off in brightness at the edges of the image).

Specifications

Long Focal Length Converter Lens

F=2.2 f=53.5 mm (2

1

/

8

inches)

Projection picture size 40 to 100 inches

Throwing distance (when 40 inches: 2176 mm (85

7

/

8

inches) using VPL-PX15/PX10) 80 inches: 4567 mm (179

5

/

8

inches)

100 inches: 5757 mm (226

7

/

8

inches)

Throwing distance (when 40 inches: 2179 mm (85

7

/

8

inches)

(when using VPL-PS10) 80 inches: 4571 mm (180 inches)

Dimensions

Mass

100 inches: 5767 mm (227

1

/

4

inches)

136

×

136

×

104.5 mm

(5

3

/

8

×

5

3

/

8

×

4

1

/

8

inches) (w/h/d)

1110 g (2 lb 7 oz)

Supplied accessories Operating Instructions (1)

Screw (1)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

2-1. Board Layout

G

H

Section 2

Service Informations

BA

BB

NF

Power block

(Lamp)

GA

(VPL-PX15)

CM

(VPL-PX15)

QC

(VPL-PX15)

Micon printed wiring board

(VPL-PX15)

F

C

QA

QB

V

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-1

2-2. Disassembly

2-2-1. Hood Assembly and Front Assembly Removal

H board

CN10

5

Hood assembly

7

Screw

(B3

x

5)

1

Screw

(B3

x

5)

Matching connector

6

Lens cap (main)

Matching connector

3

Screw

(PSW3

x

90)

8

Screw

(B3

x

5)

9

Front assembly

4

Two screws

(PSW3

x

90)

2

Screw

(B3

x

5)

2-2

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-2. H Board Removal

Hood assembly

2

H board

1

Three screws

(B3 x

4)

2-2-3. NF Board Removal

Front assembly

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2

Adjuster

1

Three Screws

(BVTP3

x

8)

5

Screw

(BVTP3

x

8)

CN15

6

NF board

3

Screw

(B3

x

5)

4

Plate (FHB)

2-3

2-2-4. C Board Removal

1

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

CN305

CN1209

CN1205

2

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

3

C board

CN1207

CN304

2-4

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-5. BB and BA Boards Removal

* Remove the C board. (Refer to 2-2-4.)

6

BB board

5

BA board

4

Two screws

(B3

x

3)

1

Screw

(B3

x

5)

2

Bracket (BB)

CN809

CN801

CN303

CN811

CN806

3

B block assembly

CN810

QA board

CN20

QB board

CN31

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-5

2-2-6. Power Block Removal

5

Two screws

(B3 x

5)

6

Sheet (G)

7

G board

3

4

Power block assembly

Three screws

(B3 x

5)

2

Bracket (BB)

1

Screw

(B3 x

5)

(B3 x

8)

CN1107

(B3 x

5)

CN1108

CN1101

Ballast connector

!/

Two screws

(B3 x

5)

CN1102

CN1104 a

Bracket (G)

!-

Power block

8 Two screws

(B3 x

5) a

9

Sheet (BS)

2-6

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-7. Optics Unit Assembly Removal

* Remove the C board. (Refer to 2-2-4.)

4

Three screws

(B3

x

8)

Matching connector

3

Two screws

(B3

x

8)

5

Three screws

(B3

x

8)

6

Optics unit asembly

Matching connector

1

Two screws

(B3

x

8)

2

Handle

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-7

2-2-8. GA Board Removal (VPL-PX15 only)

* Remove the optics unit assembly. (Refer to 2-2-7.)

CN1502

1

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

CN1501

2

GA board

2-8

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-9. CE block Removal (VPL-PX15 only)

* Remove the optics unit assembly. (Refer to 2-2-7.)

CM board

CN42

1

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

CM board

CN41

CM board

CN40

2

Three screws

(B3

x

5)

3

CE block

GA board

CN1501

GA board

CN1502

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-9

2-2-10. QC and CM Boards Removal (VPL-PX15 only)

* Remove the CE block. (Refer to 2-2-9.)

2

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

3

CM board

Shield plate (CE)

CN43

1

QC board

2-10

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-11. Parts from the QC Board Removal (VPL-PX15 only)

* Remove the QC Board. (Refer to 2-2-10.)

CN9009

CN9004

6

Four nuts (M2)

7

PC card connector

Battery removal

Remove the battery in the direction of arrow.

Battery, Lithium

CR1220 Type

Battery holder

QC board

CN9008

1

CF card assembly

5

Four screws

(P2

x

12)

4

Micon printed wiring board

2

Two screws

(P3

x

4)

3

Screw

(P3

x

4)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-11

2-2-12. QA Board Removal

* Remove the optics unit assembly. (Refer to 2-2-7.)

4

QA board

3

Screw

(B3

x

5)

6

Earth spring

5

Video sleeve

1

Unit bracket

2

Two screws

(B2

x

6)

2-12

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-13. QB Board Removal

* Remove the QA board. (Refer to 2-2-12.)

QB board

!/

Plate (CP)

9

Supplied screw

6 screw

(B3 x

5)

CN33

4 screw

(B3 x

5)

CN30

7

Two screws

(B3 x

5)

5 screw

(B3 x

5)

CN12

8

QB board assembly

1

Two screws

(B3 x

5)

2

AC inlet

3

Screw

(B3 x

5)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-13

2-2-14. F and V Boards Removal

* Remove the Power Block. (Refer to 2-2-6.)

* Remove the optics unit assembly. (Refer to 2-2-7.)

4

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

5

F board

CN1001

CN1002

Sheet (F)

3

Screw

(PSW4

x

8)

1

Two screws

(B3

x

5)

CN16

2

V board

2-14

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-15. Prism Block Assembly and Polarizer Removal

* Remove the optics unit assembly. (Refer to 2-2-7.)

1

Two Screws

!/

Polarizer retainer spring

!-

In-polarizer (G)

9

Screw

!=

Screw

![

Polarizer retainer spring

!]

In-polarizer (B)

2

Top cover

3

Sheet

4

Three screws

6

Screw

7

Polarizer retainer spring

8

In-polarizer (R)

@-

Screw

@=

Polarizer retainer spring

@[

Out-polarizer (B)

!,

Screw

!.

Polarizer retainer spring

@/

Out-polarizer (G)

!\

Screw

!;

Polarizer retainer spring

!'

Out-polarizer (R)

5

Prism block assembly

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-15

2-2-16. Lamp Assembly Removal

1

Loosen the screw

Claws

2

Lamp door

4

Lamp assembly

3

Loosen the two screws

2-16

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-2-17. Extension Boards and Extension Cables Connection

: X6 KIT ASSY (Part No. : A-1501-786-A)

: XBB KIT ASSY (Part No. : A-1501-989-A) (Including T3V board and harness 6P)

X6 boards

Flexible cables (30P)

Flexible cable (50P)

Flexible cable (24P)

C board

Connect the X4 board instead of the BB board.

X1 board Connector

(4P)

Connector

(5P)

Connector

(50P)

BB board

X3 boards

BA board

Flexible cables

(50P)

X2 boards

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Flexible cable

(24P)

X4 board

2-17

2-2-18. VPL-PX15 Tool for Writing Network

Software

There is a tool for upgrading the network software.

Use this tool when upgrading the software in the Windows

CE from the PC card slot.

The OC needs the open space of 32 Mbytes.

How to use :

1.

Copy this software to the PC card.

2.

Extract the software in the PC card.

(When extracted, a folder containing CEV file and the version upgrade software is created.)

3.

Insert the PC card into the projector and start up the projector.

Select the INPUT channel for network.

4.

Double-click myproject/storage card/CeUpGrade.exe.

5.

The dialogue shown in the next page appears. Press the

Browse button and select the CEV file to be upgraded in the storage card folder.

6.

Press the active Upgrade button.

7.

The upgrade starts and two progressive bars appr\ear.

The upper bar shows a component in progress. And the lower bar shows the entire state in progress.

When completed, the menu is once reset and returns to the initial menu of the network menu.

CE Upgrader v1.0 (Compact Flash Version)

STEP

1. Select CEV File.

2. Push [Upgrade] button.

CEV

Browse...

Upgrade n

According to the license agreement with Microsoft Co., the use of software downloaded with this software (upgrade tool) is exclusively limited to Sony and Service Station

(including Servicing Dealers) with which Sony contracts.

Description

There is a network software upgrade tool “MakeCE.exe”.

This software can be used in cases below.

. When replacing the crashed compact flash

. When the file system in the compact flash is destroyed by turning off the power during the application running

(The symptom : Wherever rebooted, the “Networkprojector” always appears in the center of a picture.)

. When writing the software in the compact flash

. When upgrading

With this tool, the software can be written in the compact flash (1-796-014-11) on the QC board.

Copyright by Sony Corporation 2000-2001; all rights

8.

Turn off the projector and on again or select the

Installation Setting in the menu and turn off and on the input B function to start up.

2-18

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Environment : Windows98,2000

How to use :

1.

Insert the compact flash card into the PC. (If the input slot is not provided, the PC card adapter such as the conversion adapter or the compact flash writer is needed.)

2.

Format the compact flash card. (The system is not required.)

3.

Extract the network software on the PC.

4.

Install MakeCE.exe in the PC and boot it. The dialogue menu shown below appears.

Choose for the source the folder where the extacted files (Programs folder and NK.bin are stored.) are stored. Choose for the destination the drive in which the compact flash card is inserted.

5.

Uncheck the “CreateSerialBin” and check the “Overwrite”.

6.

After entered, press the MakeCF button. Then, the copy is started and the message “Again?” appears when finished. To continue copying, press the OK. If desired to finish, press the Cancel.

Make CF v1.1 for Windows CE based Network Projedtor

Source:

C:¥

Destination:

C:¥

Serial Number for VPL-FE110

Number:

1

Auto Increment

Create Seria Bin

Overwrite

Check Mode

Create Directory

Eriable

Document

Temp

Application Data

Favorites

History

Attribute Setting

Eriable

[ ] READONLY

[ bin ] HIDDEN READONLY

[ dll ]

[ int ]

HIDDEN READONLY

HIDDEN READONLY

[ sub ] HIDDEN READONLY

Browse...

Browse...

Make CF

Exit

Copyright by Sony Corporation 2000-2001; all rightsreserved.

2-2-19. Power Cord

Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.

Plug type

Female end

Cord type

The United States,

Canada

VM0233

VM0089

290B

386A

Continental

Europe

YP-12A

YC-13B

COX-07

COX-02

UK, Ireland,

Australia, New Zealand

1)

VM0310B

SJT SJT H05VV-F H05VV-F N13237/CO-228

Rated Voltage & Current 10A/125V 10A/125V 10A/250V 10A/250V 10A/250V

Safety approval UL/CSA UL/CSA VDE VDE VDE

Japan

YP332

YC-13

VCTF

7A/125V

DENAN

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

2-19

2-2-20. Main Soft and Pixel Works Soft Writing

T3 board and harness 6P in XBB KIT ASSY(A-1501-989-

A) are used.

1 Connect the personal computer to CN1 on T3V board with RS232C cable (straight) as shown below.

2 Connect between CN2 on the T3V board and CN812 on the BB board with the harness 6P.

3 Switch the S901 on the BB board to the IC810 side.

4 Supply the AC power to the set.

5 Main soft writing

Use the Hitachi F-ZTAT upgrade for SONY Ver 1.00.

6 PIXEL WORKS SOFT WRITING

Use the PIXEL WORKS FLASH upgrade for SONY.

1) Start the writing soft.

2) Select the FILE name.

3) Change NORMAL to PW UPDATE.

4) Supply the AC power to the set. (soft writing start)

5) After writing, turn off the power.

PC

9PIN

RS232C cable

(Straight)

9PIN

CN1

T3V

CN2

BB board

CN812

6PIN harness

VPL-PX15/10/PS10 AC cord

2-20

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Section 3

Electrical Adjustments

3-1. Preparations

3-1-1. Equipment Required

..... Oscilloscope

Tektronix 2465 or equivalent

(bandwidth: 350 MHz or more)

..... NTSC, PAL, SECAM component signal generator

Tektronix TG2000

+ AVG1 (optional module) +

AWVG1 (optional module) or equivalent

..... VG (Programmable video signal generator)

VG814 or equivalent

..... Digital voltmeter

Advantest TR6845 or equivalent

..... Luminance meter n

Perform the following adjustments at least 5 minutes after turning on the power.

3-1-2. How to Enter and Use the Factory

Mode

(How to enter)

1.

Make sure that the STATUS in the menu is ON.

2.

Exit the menu.

3.

Press the keys in the following order:

“ENTER”

“ENTER”

“LEFT”

“ENTER”

4.

The message “Do you wish to enter into the FACTO-

RY MODE?” will be displayed.

5.

Select YES.

(How to leave)

Turn off the power in the FACTORY MODE.

or

1.

Press the keys in the following order:

“ENTER”

“ENTER”

“LEFT”

“ENTER”

2.

The message “Do you wish to return to the USER

MODE ?” Yes :

↑ Νο : ↓ will be displayed.

3.

Select Yes.

3-2. V-COM Adjustment

1.

Input the green-only 1H inverted signal to INPUT-A.

2.

Set the CONTRAST to 50 and BRIGHT to 50.

3.

Set the screen to G VCOM adjustment of “Device

Adjust.”

Adjust the G VCOM so that the flicker on the screen is the minimum.

4.

Input the red-only and blue-only 1H inverted signal respectively and adjust R VCOM and B VCOM respectively so that the flicker becomes minimum.

5.

Store the adjustment value in the memory.

6.

Select the projection of vertically reversed from the front [CEIL. FRT] using the menu screen.

7.

Set the screen to G VCOM adjustment of “Device

Adjust.”

Adjust the G VCOM so that the flicker on the screen is the minimum.

8.

Input the red-only and blue-only 1H inverted signal respectively and adjust R VCOM and B VCOM respectively so that the flicker becomes minimum.

9.

Store the adjustment value in the memory.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-1

3-3. Adjustment Item Initialize Data

VPL-PX10/PX15/PS10

Menu Title

PICTURE CTRL

Item Name

CONTRAST

BRIGHT

COLOR

HUE

SHARP

RGB ENHANCER

D.PICTURE

GAMMA MODE

COLOR TEMP

COLOR SYS

VOLUE

INPUT SETTING DOT PHASE

SIZE H

SHIFT

SCAN CONV

SET SETTING

ASPECT

BLANKING

STATUS

INPUT-A

AUTO INPUT SEL

LANGUAGE

POWER SAVING

IR RECEIVER

INSTALL SETTING KEYSTONE MEM.

DIGIT KEYSTONE

INSTALLATION

MENU POSITION

MENU COLOR

INPUT-B FUNC.

LAMP TIMER

INFORMATION fH fV

ROM Ver

ON

COMPUTER

OFF

ENGLISH

OFF

FRONT&REAR

ON

0

FLOOR-FRONT

CENTER

STANDARD

ON

INDICATION ONLY

INDICATION ONLY

INDICATION ONLY

INDICATION ONLY

OPERATION TIMER INDICATION ONLY

PREVIOUS LAMP

TIMER

INDICATION ONLY

Memory Name

CH MEMORY W/B MEMORY

SET STATUS

MEMORY VIDEO S VIDEO INPUT A INPUT B MEMORY

VIDEO VIDEO RGB RGB

HIGH LOW HIGH LOW

80 80 80 80

50 50 50 50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50

50 _

30

_

_

_ _

OFF OFF

30

OFF OFF

_ _ GRAPHICS GRAPHICS

LOW LOW HIGH HIGH

AUTO AUTO AUTO

50 50 50

AUTO

50

15 (

*

*

ON (

4 : 3 (

0 ( *

*

*

*

)

)

)

)

3-2

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PX10/PX15/PS10

Menu Title

W/B ADJUST

Item Name

GAIN R

G

B

BIAS R

G

B

Memory Name

SET

CH MEMORY

STATUS

W/B MEMORY

MEMORY VIDEO S VIDEO INPUT-A INPUT B MEMORY

VIDEO VIDEO RGB RGB

HIGH LOW HIGH LOW

170

80

80

175

80

80

170

80

80

175

170 165 170 165

170 160 170 160

80 80 80 80

80

80

* :DOT PHASE, SIZE H, SHIFT H/V, SCAN CONV, ASPECT and BLANKING in the “INPUT SETTING” menu have an initial value respectively in accordance with the input signal (PRESET MEMORY No.).

n

There are nonadjustable items in accordance with the input signal.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-3

VPL-PX10/PX15

Memory Name

Device Name Item Name

RGB MTRX/ CONTRAST

SET

MEMORY

CHROMA

MEMORY

NT358/ Pal/Pal-M/

NT443/ NSecam/ 15k RGB

Component

(15k)

BW60 BW50

Doublespeed component

HDTV

(YPbPr)

INSTALL

MEMORY

HDTV(GBR) Up/Down Up/Down

Remarks includ.

inversion inversion double-speed possible not possible

12

R DRIVE

G DRIVE

B DRIVE

SUB BRT 54

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

D.COM/

CHROMA/

YUV CON

YUV COL

SUB HUE

CTI LVL

R-Y/R

R-Y/B

G-Y/R

G-Y/B

SUB SHP

SHPF0

PRE OVER

LTI LVL

DMIC PIC

VENH

SHP GAIN

SHP EQ

3

5

7

10

5

2

11

14

7

5

1

1

0

1

11

0

2

8

10

7

2

11

14

6

5

1

1

0

1

11

0

2

14

5

4

3

1

0

1

11

12

7

1

10

8

0

2

14

5

4

3

1

0

1

11

12

7

1

10

8

0

2

15

8

4

3

1

0

0

11

12

7

1

13

8

0

2

15

8

4

3

1

0

0

11

12

7

1

13

8

0

2

15

8

4

3

1

0

0

11

12

7

1

13

8

0

2

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value SHP F0

Y-OUT LVL

C-OUT LVL

Y-DL

S B-Y ADJ

S R-Y ADJ

S-INHBT

S-ID

S GP

S V-ID

BELL F0

HPF

16

8

5

7

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

3-4

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PX10/PX15

Device

Name

Item Name

P.DRV/ OFFSET R (E)

OFFSET (GE)

OFFSET B (E)

VCOM R

VCOM G

VCOM B

SID (G)

SIG CEN

OFFSET R O

OFFSET G O

OFFSET B O

SID R

SID B

VREF R (E)

VREF (GE)

SH/

VREF B (E)

CALIB

INV CONT

SID LVL

PRG LVL

SH1

SH2 R

SH2 (G)

SH2 B

CONT (E) VAMP/

SUB CON R (E)

SUB CON G (E)

SUB CON B (E)

BRT (E)

SUB CONT 3D

GAMMA/ SUB BRT

R OSD LVL

G OSD LVL

B OSD LVL

THROUGH

SW

APC THRES

APC LIMIT

Memory Name

SET

CHROMA

MEMORY

MEMORY NT358/ Pal/Pal-M/

NT443/ NSecam/ 15k RGB

Component

BW60 BW50

(15k)

Doublespeed

Component

HDTV

(YPbPr)

INSTALL

MEMORY

HDTV(GBR) Up/Down Up/Down includ.

inversion inversion double-speed possible not possible

Remarks

155 155 Fixed Value

155 155 Fixed Value

155 155 Fixed Value

168 168

168 168

168 168

165

100 Fixed Value

127 127

127 127

127 127

128

128

138

0

206

86

4

120

120

160

168

150

0

0

31

31

31

0

1

25

32

128

128

128

128

128

128

128

128

128

128

128

128

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-5

VPL-PX10/PX15

Device

Name

Item Name

Memory Name

SET

CHROMA

MEMORY

MEMORY NT358/ Pal/Pal-M/

NT443/ NSecam/ 15k RGB

BW60 BW50

Component

(15k)

Doublespeed

Component

HDTV

(YPbPr)

INSTALL

MEMORY

HDTV(GBR) Up/Down Up/Down includ.

inversion inversion double-speed possible not possible

Remarks

22 Fixed Value OTHER/ V START

H START

H POSITION

144

39

TEMP LAMP Non Adjustable

TEMP PANEL Non Adjustable

LAMP FAN 1 Non Adjustable

PANEL FAN 1 Non Adjustable

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

GAMMA

LAMP FAN 2 Non Adjustable

PANEL FAN 2 Non Adjustable

SYNCHRONOUS 1

Factory adjustment value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value n

There are nonadjustable items in accordance with the input signal.

3-6

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PS10

Device Name Item Name

RGB MTRX/ CONTRAST

R DRIVE

G DRIVE

B DRIVE

Memory Name

SET

MEMORY

CHROMA

MEMORY

NT358/ Pal/Pal-M/

NT443/ NSecam/ 15k RGB

Component

BW60 BW50

(15k)

Doublespeed component

HDTV

(YPbPr)

INSTALL

MEMORY

HDTV(GBR) Up/Down Up/Down

Remarks includ.

inversion inversion double-speed possible not possible

12

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

9

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

54

D.COM/

CHROMA/

SHP F0

Y-OUT LVL

C-OUT LVL

Y-DL

S B-Y ADJ

S R-Y ADJ

S-INHBT

S-ID

S GP

S V-ID

BELL F0

HPF

SUB BRT

YUV CON

YUV COL

SUB HUE

CTI LVL

R-Y/R

R-Y/B

G-Y/R

G-Y/B

SUB SHP

SHPF0

PRE OVER

LTI LVL

DMIC PIC

VENH

SHP GAIN

SHP EQ

7

0

0

16

8

5

7

0

0

0

0

3

5

11

0

2

5

1

1

0

1

8

10

7

2

11

14

6

5

1

1

0

1

7

10

5

2

11

14

7

11

0

2

8

0

2

4

3

1

0

1

11

12

7

1

10

14

5

4

3

1

0

1

11

12

7

1

10

14

5

8

0

2

4

3

1

0

0

11

12

7

1

13

15

8

4

3

1

0

0

11

12

7

1

13

15

8

4

3

1

0

0

11

12

7

1

13

15

8

8

0

2

8

0

2

8

0

2

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-7

VPL-PS10

Device

Name

Item Name

P.DRV/ OFFSET R(E)

OFFSET (GE)

OFFSET B(E)

VCOM R

VCOM G

VCOM B

SID (G)

SIG CEN

OFFSET R O

OFFSET G O

OFFSET B O

SID R

SID B

VREF R(E)

VREF (GE)

VREF B(E)

CALIB

SH/

INV CONT

SID LVL

PRG LVL

SH1

SH2 R

VAMP/

SH2(G)

SH2 B

CONT(E)

SUB CON R(E)

SUB CON G(E)

SUB CON B(E)

3D

BRT(E)

SUB CONT

GAMMA/ SUB BRT

R OSD LVL

G OSD LVL

B OSD LVL

THROUGH

SW

APC THRES

APC LIMIT

150

0

0

31

31

31

0

1

25

32

138

0

67

168

3

170

170

170

168

Memory Name

SET

CHROMA

MEMORY

MEMORY NT358/ Pal/Pal-M/

NT443/ NSecam/ 15k RGB

Component

BW60 BW50

(15k)

Doublespeed

Component

HDTV

(YPbPr)

INSTALL

MEMORY

HDTV(GBR) Up/Down Up/Down includ.

inversion inversion double-speed possible not possible

Remarks

155 155 Fixed Value

155 155 Fixed Value

155 155 Fixed Value

80 80

80

80

80

80

80

100 Fixed Value

128 128

128 128

128 128

128

128

106 106

106 106

106 106

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

128 128

128 128

128 128

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

3-8

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PS10

Device

Name

Item Name

OTHER/ V START

H START

H POSITION

TEMP LAMP

TEMP PANEL Non Adjustable

LAMP FAN 1 Non Adjustable

PANEL FAN 1 Non Adjustable

LAMP FAN 2 Non Adjustable

PANEL FAN 2 Non Adjustable

SYNCHRONOUS 1

Memory Name

SET

CHROMA

MEMORY

MEMORY NT358/ Pal/Pal-M/

NT443/ NSecam/ 15k RGB

Component

(15k)

BW60 BW50

Doublespeed

Component

HDTV

(YPbPr)

INSTALL

MEMORY

HDTV(GBR) Up/Down Up/Down includ.

inversion inversion double-speed possible not possible

Remarks

22

105

21

Non Adjustable

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

Fixed Value

GAMMA

Factory adjustment value n

There are nonadjustable items in accordance with the input signal.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-9

3-4. Service Kowhow

3-4-1. After Replacing the Prism Block

1.

Perform Section “3-2. V-COM Adjustment.”

2.

Perform Section “3-5. White Balance Adjustment on

Servicing.”

3-4-2. After Replacing the Board

..... Refer to the cross table below.

..... There are no need to perform the adjustment when the board other than the BB board or C board had been replaced.

3-4-2-1. When Replacing the BB Board

When the data before replacement can be read properly

1.

Make a not of the data before replacement. After replacement, write the data into the new board with service mode.

2.

If the white balance is extremely deteriorated, perform the white balance adjustment (Refer to Section 3-5.).

When the data before replacement cannot be read

1.

Perform Section “3-2. V-COM Adjustment.”

2.

Perform Section “3-5. White Balance Adjustment on

Servicing.”

3-4-2-2. When Replacing the C Board

1.

Perform Section “3-2. V-COM Adjustment.”

2.

Perform Section “3-5. White Balance Adjustment on

Servicing.”

3-4-2-3. When Replacing the Other Board

There are no need to perform the adjustment.

Cross Table of Board Replacement

Device Name Item Name

Board Name

BB C

P.DRV

VCOM (R)

VCOM (G)

VCOM (B)

CONT

SUB CONT R

SUB CONT G

SUB CONT B

BRT

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

O

O

O

95,100 IRE

95,100 IRE

95,100 IRE

95,100 IRE

2.8 V

W/B ADJUST

INPUT A-HIGH

INPUT A-LOW

VIDEO-HIGH

VIDEO-LOW

GAIN R

GAIN G

GAIN B

BIAS R

BIAS G

BIAS B

GAIN R

GAIN G

GAIN B

BIAS R

BIAS G

BIAS B

GAIN R

GAIN G

GAIN B

BIAS R

BIAS G

BIAS B

GAIN R

GAIN G

GAIN B

BIAS R

BIAS G

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

No

No

No

No

No

No

O

O

O

O

O

O

No

No

No

No

No

No

O

O

O

O

O

BIAS B * O

* :

When down the data befor replacement, and then write in the data after the board replacement.

O

: Need adjustment

Value: See description.

3-10

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-5. White Balance Adjustment

3-5-1. Signal Level Adjustment

1.

Warm up the unit at least 10 minutes.

2.

Connect the 2-step signal that consists of 95 IRE and

100 IRE amplitude, to the INPUT-A connector.

Then enter the Service mode.

Press the keys in the following order.

“ENTER”

“ENTER”

“ENTER”

The message “Do you wish to enter into the SERVICE

MODE? Yes :

No :

”will be displayed.

Select “Yes :

”.

n

When leaving the SERVICE MODE, perform the key operations of item 2, “Do you wish to return to the

USER MODE? Yes :

No :

”will be displayed.

Select “Yes :

”.

3.

Set the unit in G-only mode.

4.

Enter the P.DRV on the MENU screen by the DEV.

ADJ.

5.

Discriminate the 95 IRE and 100 IRE by the V-AMP/

CONT controls of the P.DRV.

6.

Set the unit in R-only mode.

7.

Discriminate the 95 IRE and 100 IRE by the V-AMP/

SUB CONT R controls of the P.DRV.

8.

Set the unit in B-only mode.

9.

Discriminate the 95 IRE and 100 IRE by the V-AMP/

SUB CONT B controls of the P.DRV.

3-5-2. White Balance Adjustment

3-5-2-1. HIGH Mode of INPUT-A

Input the 10 STEP signal to INPUT-A, and observe the chromaticity of each luminance.

When varying the chromaticity of each luminance, perform the following adjustments.

1.

Input the 100 IRE FLAT FIELD signal to INPUT-A.

2.

Measure the chromaticity (x, y).

3.

Input the 50 IRE FLAT FIELD signal to INPUT-A.

4.

Adjust the chromaticity (x, y) to the values measured in step 2 by the V-AMP/SUB CONT R and B of the P.

DRV.

3-5-2-2. LOW Mode of INPUT-A

1.

Input the 50 IRE FLAT FIELD signal to INPUT-A.

2.

Select BIAS 123 using the LOW mode of W/B.

3.

Adjust GAIN G so that chromacity becomes 0.322

±

0.003.

3-5-2-3. LOW Mode of VIDEO

1.

Input the 50 IRE 15k COMPONENT FLAT FIELD signal to INPUT-A.

2.

Select BIAS 123 using the LOW mode of W/B.

3.

Adjust GAIN G so that chromacity becomes 0.322

±

0.003.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-11

3-6. Memory

Memory structure of PX10 and PS10 consists of the following memory blocks.

1. Set memory

2. Status memory

3. Channel memory

4. Chroma memory

5. W/B memory

6. Installation memory

CPU internal ROM : 256 Kbyte Flash Memory

CPU internal RAM : 16 Kbyte

External NVM memory : 8 Kbyte EEPROM

The gamma mode function is realized adding offset to the

Contrast output value and the Brightness output value to the devices. The conventional gamma memory is not used in this machine.

Outline of the data flow is described as follows. When the

AC power plug is inserted to the wall outlet (Standby state), all of the data stored in the internal ROM are written into the NVM (non-volatile memory). When the POWER switch is turned on afterward, all the data such as status memory data and others that are required for the present video image are selected from each memory block and are expanded in the internal RAM.

When any adjustment is executed, the result adjustment data are saved automatically (when the adjustment is made on the User mode item) or saved as triggered by the memory operation (when the adjustment is made on the

Service/Factory mode item) in the NVM.

Note that the data of the adjustment items (W/B and device adjust) that can be adjusted by the Service mode or Factory mode, are saved in the NVM after the memory operation is performed upon completion of the adjustment by user.

Note that the default factory adjustment data are lost at this moment.

3-12

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Set M em ory

Status

M em ory

N o.01

N o.02

N o.03

N o.04

N o.05

N o.50

C hannel

M em ory

Video

S Video

Input-A

C hrom a

M em ory

NT358/443/BW60

P A L /P A L -M /N /

S E C A M /B W 50

15k R G B

15k C om p on en t

W /B

M em ory

H I G H

L O W

H I G H

L O W

Set M em ory

Status

M em ory

C hannel

M em ory

W /B

M em ory

No.01

No.02

No.90

Video

S Video

Input-A

No.03

No.04

No.05

No.50

No.71

C hrom a

M em ory

NT358/443/BW60

P A L /P A L -M /N /

S E C A M /B W 50

15k R G B

15k C om p on en t

H I G H

L O W

H I G H

L O W

Set M em ory

C h r om a M em or y

W /B

M em or y

H I G H

L O W

Installation

Memory

Up/Down inversion not possible

Up/Down inversion possible

Installation

Memory

Up/Down inversion not possible

Up/Down inversion possible

Installation Memory

C PU R O M

I n i t i al i ze

E x t er n al N V M

Memory

Active memory copy

C PU R A M

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

3-13

Memory structure of PX15 consists of the following memory blocks.

1. Set memory

2. Status memory

3. Channel memory

4. Chroma memory

5. W/B memory

6. Installation memory

CPU internal ROM : 256 Kbyte Flash Memory

CPU internal RAM : 16 Kbyte

External NVM memory : 8 Kbyte EEPROM

The gamma mode function is realized adding offset to the

Contrast output value and the Brightness output value to the devices. The conventional gamma memory is not used in this machine.

Outline of the data flow is described as follows. When the

AC power plug is inserted to the wall outlet (Standby state), all of the data stored in the internal ROM are written into the NVM (non-volatile memory). When the POWER switch is turned on afterward, all the data such as status memory data and others that are required for the present video image are selected from each memory block and are expanded in the internal RAM.

When any adjustment is executed, the result adjustment data are saved automatically (when the adjustment is made on the User mode item) or saved as triggered by the memory operation (when the adjustment is made on the

Service/Factory mode item) in the NVM.

Note that the data of the adjustment items (W/B and device adjust) that can be adjusted by the Service mode or Factory mode, are saved in the NVM after the memory operation is performed upon completion of the adjustment by user.

Note that the default factory adjustment data are lost at this moment.

3-14

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Set M em ory

Status

M em ory

N o.01

N o.02

N o.03

N o.04

N o.05

N o.50

C hannel

M em ory

Video

S Video

Input-A

Input-B

C hrom a

M em ory

NT358/443/BW60

PAL /PAL -M /N /

SECAM /BW50

15k R G B

15k C om p on en t

Set M em ory

Status

M em ory

N o.03

N o.04

N o.05

N o.50

No.01

No.02

No.03

No.04

No.05

No.50

No.53

No.54

No.55

No.60

No.71

No.90

C hannel

M em ory

Video

S Video

Input-A

Input-B

C hrom a

M em ory

NT358/443/BW60

PAL /PAL -M /N /

15k R G B

15k C om p on en t

Status M em ory

C h r om a M em or y

No.91

No.110

W /B

M em ory

H I G H

L O W

H I G H

L O W

W /B

M em ory

H I G H

L O W

H I G H

L O W

W /B

M em or y

Installation

Memory

Up/Down inversion not possible

Up/Down inversion possible

C PU R O M

I n i t i al i ze

Installation

Memory

Up/Down inversion not possible

Up/Down inversion possible

E x t er n al N V M

M em or y

A ct i v e m em or y cop y

C PU R A M

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H I G H

L O W

3-15

24LC21AT/SN

AT93C46-10SC-2.7-TP

LM3526MX-H

LT1374IS8

M24C64-WMN6T(A)

MAX1626ESA-TE2

MAX890LESA-TG068

MB3771PF

NJM062M

NJM2073M(TE2)

ST24FC21M6TR

TA75W393FU

TA75W393FU-TE12R

TC4W53FU

TC4W53FU(TE12R)

TC7W08FU(TE12R)

TC7W126FU(TE12R)

TC7W14FU(TE12R)

TC7W32FU

TC7W32FU(TE12R)

TC7W74FU

TC7W74FU(TE12R)

TC7WH04FU(TE12R)

TC7WH123FU(TE12R)

TC7WH74FU(TE12R)

TL431BCDR2 uPC358G2-E2

1

TOP VIEW

8pin SOP

74VHC00MTCX

74VHC02MTCX

74VHC125MTCX

74VHCT04MTCX

TC74LCX125FT(EL)

TC74VHCT14AFT(EL)

TLC339CPW-E05

1

TOP VIEW

14pin SOP

74VHC123AMTCX

CXA1875AM

CXA1875AM-T4

PC74HC123D-T

Section 4

Semiconductors

74VHC240MTCX

CXA1846BN-T4

M52347FP-TE

MK1714-01RT

TC74VHCT244AFT(EL)

TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

BA033FP

BA033FP-E2

BA05FP-E2

BA12FP-E2

1

TOP VIEW

20pin SOP

AD9884AKS-140

103

102

65

64

VCC

GND

OUT

CXA2101AQ-TL

65

64 41

40

128

1

TOP VIEW

38

39

ADV7123KST140

CXA2123AQ-T6

CXD2064Q(T6)

CXD2064Q-T6

ET1030F0A

LE01030F0A

80

1

TOP VIEW

24

25

CXA3512R-T6

1

TOP VIEW

64pin QFP

CXD9607GB

1

TOP VIEW

48pin QFP

BA00AST

BA00AST-V5

A

1

BOTTOM VIEW

144pin PGA

DS90C385MTDX

1

2 3

4 5

1

TOP VIEW

56pin SOP

GD82559ER

1

TOP VIEW

16pin SOP

A

1

BOTTOM VIEW

196pin PGA

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

HD64F2633TE

1

TOP VIEW

120pin QFP

IDT71V016S15PH-TL

1

TOP VIEW

44pin SOP

IRMF2-A0T-OTP

SN-IRMF2-A0T-OTP

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

L88M05T-FA-TL

1

3

LM4041DIM3-1.2(T&R)

MCZ3001D

1

TOP VIEW

40pin SOP

LP2985IM5X-3.3

TC7SET32FU(TE85R)

5

4

1

3

4-1

IC

IC, Transistor, Diode

M52749FP-TP PQ20VZ1U

12

3

4

5

PQ2TZ15U

1

TOP VIEW

42pin SOP

M52758FP

1

1

TOP VIEW

36pin SOP

5

M62392FP

R5C478II-BGA261A

A

1

1

TOP VIEW

24pin SOP

MBM29LV800TA-70PFTN-

SX1718

1 48

RCV4-A1T-MASK-25

ST72T631K4M1-XX

INDEX

BOTTOM VIEW

24

TOP VIEW

MIC2563A-1BSM-T&R

1

TOP VIEW

28pin SOP

MZ1540

25

1

TOP VIEW

34pin SOP

RS-140-T

4

1

2

3

S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

S-80842ANNP-ED6-T2

1

4pin CHIP

TA78M09F(TE16L)

1

2

3

4

5

7

8

9

10

NNCD6.2MG-T2

5

4

1

3

4-2

1

2

3

TC75S56F(TE85R)

TC7S04FU(TE85R)

TC7S04FU-TE85R

TC7SET04FU(TE85R)

TC7SET08FU(TE85L)

TC7SET08FU(TE85R)

TC7W08FU

2SK2876-01MR-F119

1

TOP VIEW

100pin QFP

2SA1037AK-T146-QR

2SA1037AK-T146-R

2SA1162-G

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

2SA1462

2SA1462-T1Y33Y34

2SA1611-M5M6

2SA1611T1-M5M6

2SC2712-YG

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

2SC3326N-A

2SC3326N-TE85L-AB

2SC4081-R

2SJ530S-TL

2SC4081T106R

DTC143ZKA-T146

DTC144EKA

DTC144EKA-T146

C

B

E

2SA1213Y-TE12L

2SB798

1

5pin CHIP uPD72012GB-003-3B4

B

C

E

GATE

DRAIN

SOURCE

DTA144EUA-T106

DTC114EU

DTC114EUA-T106

DTC123EKA-T146

OUT

IN

GND

HN1B01FU-TE85R

HN1C01FU-TE85R

6

5

4

1

2

3

1

2

3

6

5

4

XP4501-TXE

4

5

6

3

2

1

4

3

2

1

5

6

1SS226

MA157-TX

3

2

1

3

2

1

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

1SS321(TE85L)

1SS321-TE85L(0.05A)

DAN202K

DAN202K-T-146

3

2

1

3

2

1

1SS355TE-17

DTZ-TT11-3.3B

MA111-(K8).S0

MA111-TX

RD3.3SB

RD3.3SB-T1

RD5.6SB-T1

RD9.1SB2

RD9.1SB2-T1

UDZ-TE-17-3.3B

UDZ-TE-17-3.9B

D1FS4A-TA

RB501V-40TE-17

RB501V-40TE17

ANODE

CATHODE

D2FS6-TA

D3FS4A-TA

CATHOD E MARK

D6SB80

CATHODE

ANODE

ANODE

CATHODE

BZA456A

1

2

3

1

2

3

6

5

4

6

5

4

D10SC4M

D10SC6M-4012

D10SDC6M-4012

DAN202U

DAN202UT106

ANODE

CATHODE

NC

DAP202K(DUAL)

DAP202K-T-146

3

2

1

3

2

1

1

1 2

3

2

3

CATHODE

RD16M-B3

RD16M-T1B1

RD18M-B1

RD18M-T1B1

RD30M-T1B

RD39M-B

RD39M-T1B

RD7.5M-B2

RD7.5M-T1B

UZM30B

3

2

1

2

1

3

RD5.1SB3-T1

RD5.1SB3-T2(5MA)

CATHODE

DAP202U

DAP202UT106

3

2

2

1

1

3

HN1D03FU-TE85L

HN1D03FU-TE85R

4

5

3

2

3

2

1

1

4

5

6

6

MA8039

ANODE

RM11C(RECTI)

RM11C-V1

CATHODE

ANODE

SEC1801C

SEC1901C

SEC2422C

CATHOD E MARK

UF4005PKG23

CATHODE

ANODE

ANODE

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

4-3

Diode

Section 5

Spare Parts

5-1. Notes on Repair Parts

1. Safety Related Components Warning

w

Components marked

! are critical to safe operation.

Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of replacement.

Les composants identifiés par la marque

! sont critiques pour la sécurité.

Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.

2. Standardization of Parts

Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those used for the unit. These are because of parts commonality and improvement.

Parts List has the present standardized repair parts.

3. Stock of Parts

Parts marked with “o” at SP (Supply Code) column of the Spare Parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the delivery date will be delayed.

Items with no part number and no description are not stocked because they are seldom required for routine service.

4. Units for Capacitors, Inductors and Resistors

The following units are assumed in Schematic Diagrams, Electrical Parts List and Exploded Views unless otherwise specified.

Capacitors

Inductors

Resistors

:

µ

F

:

µ

H

:

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

5-1

Cover

5-2. Exploded Views

16

10 15 24

4

BVTP3 x

6

11

19

21

1

B3 x

5

a

BVTP3 x

6

B3 x

4

11

5-2

22

BVTP3 x

8

12

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

a

23

2

BVTP3 x

8

13

B3 x

5

6

PSW4 x

12

14

B3 x

5

17

5

8

18

20

9

12

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

BVTP3 x

8

22

B3 x

5

14

7

3

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

No. Part No. SP Description

1 A-1375-222-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, H

2 A-1391-126-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, NF

3 X-4039-289-1 s COVER (CP) ASSY

4 X-4039-297-1 s HOOD ASSY

5 X-4039-298-1 s FRONT ASSY

6 1-763-422-11 s FAN, DC

7 4-080-552-01 o CARD, DUMMY (VPL-PX15)

8 4-084-283-01 s CAP (MAIN), LENS

9 4-084-289-01 s GUIDE, FRONT

10 4-084-413-01 s EMBLEM (PX15) (VPL-PX15)

11 4-084-420-01 o PLATE (HB)

12 4-084-421-01 o PLATE (FHB)

13 4-084-422-01 o BRACKET, FAN

14 4-084-424-01 s SCREW (+PSW M3X90), SPECIAL

15 4-084-435-01 s EMBLEM (PX10) (VPL-PX10)

16 4-084-480-01 s PANEL, KEY

17 4-084-481-01 s ADJUSTOR BUTTON (R)

18 4-084-482-01 s ADJUSTOR BUTTON (L)

19 4-084-485-01 o GUIDE, LED

20 4-084-486-01 s NET

21 4-084-506-01 s BUTTON, KEY

22 4-084-605-01 s ADJUSTOR

23 4-942-568-41 s EMBLEM (N0.5),SONY

24 4-085-138-01 s EMBLEM (PS10) (VPL-PS10)

Screws/Washers

7-682-545-09 s SCREW +B3X4

7-682-546-04 s SCREW +B3X5

7-682-663-09 s SCREW +PS 4X12

7-685-645-79 s SCREW +BVTP3X6

7-685-646-21 s SCREW +BVTP 3X8

Cover

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

5-3

Chassis

B3 x

5

115

B3 x

5

PS3 x

6

PS3 x

8

B3 x

8

105

117

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

PS3 x

8

106

120

PS3 x

6

PS3 x

10

PS3 x

8

PS3 x

6

113

PWH3 x

10

109

111

B3 x

5

B3 x

8 a

110

117

B3 x

8

107

B3 x

5

B3 x

8

102

103

119

108

101

104

118

B3 x

3

B3 x

8

B3 x

5

B3 x

3

108

114

a

112

B3 x

8

116

5-4

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

No. Part No. SP Description

101 A-1136-191-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BA (VPL-PX10)

102 A-1136-192-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BB (VPL-PX10)

103 A-1136-228-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BB (VPL-PX15)

104 A-1136-239-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BA (VPL-PX15)

105 A-1316-573-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, G

106 A-1335-141-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, C (VPL-PX10/PX15)

107 1-468-617-11 s POWER BLOCK

108 2-280-622-11 s SUPPORT (M3),HEXAGON

109 3-701-822-00 s HOLDER, WIRE

110 4-084-284-01 o BRACKET (G)

111 4-084-288-01 o BRACKET (BB)

112 4-084-428-01 s SIDE CUSHION

113 4-084-429-01 o PLATE (GND)

114 4-084-483-01 o SHEET (BS)

115 4-084-484-01 o SHEET (G)

116 4-084-603-01 s HANDLE

117 1-500-082-11 s CLAMP, SLEEVE FERRITE

118 1-1136-240-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BA (VPL-PS10)

119 1-1136-227-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BB (VPL-PS10)

120 1-1335-147-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, C (VPL-PS10)

Screws/Washers

7-682-544-09 s SCREW +B3X3

7-682-546-04 s SCREW +B3X5

7-682-548-09 s SCREW +B 3X8

7-682-647-09 s SCREW +PS 3X6

7-682-648-09 s SCREW +PS 3X8

7-682-649-09 s SCREW +PS 3X10

7-682-903-21 s SCREW +PWH 3X10

7-685-646-21 s SCREW +BVTP 3X8

Chassis

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

5-5

Base

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

202

229

224

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

207

222

B3 x

5

B3 x

5

208

201

B3 x

5

230

209

212

214

203

204

B3 x

5

B3 x

5 b

B2 x

6

N2

231

218

B4 x

30

P3 x

4

P3 x

4

B3 x

5

213

215

BVTP3 x

6

217

B3 x

5

PSW4 x

8

221

213

BVTP3 x

6 b

233

220

a

P2 x

12

215

P3 x

4

220

P3 x

4

216

210

B3 x

5

228

205

206

221

B3 x

5

B3 x

5 a

K3 x

6

219

232

227

226

223

225

5-6

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

No. Part No. SP Description

201 A-1241-476-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, F

202 A-1275-201-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QA

203 A-1275-202-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QB (VPL-PS10/PX10)

204 A-1275-209-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QB (VPL-PX15)

205 A-1275-210-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QC (VPL-PX15 (W/W))

206 A-1275-211-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QC (VPL-PX15 (J))

207 A-1316-581-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, GA (VPL-PX15)

208 A-1332-205-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CM (VPL-PX15)

209 A-1342-606-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, V

210 1-796-014-11 s COMPACT FLASH CARD (VPL-PX15)

212 X-4039-279-1 s BASE ASSY (VPL-PX15)

213 X-4039-280-1 o BRACKET (SP) ASSY

214 X-4039-299-1 s BASE ASSY (VPL-PS10/PX10)

215 1-544-798-11 s SPEAKER (2.8CM)

216 1-761-392-21 s PRINTED WIRING BOARD, MICON

217 1-763-417-21 s FAN, DC

218 1-815-229-21 s CONNECTOR, CARD

219

!

1-815-295-31 s INLET, AC (WITH NOISE FILTER)

220 2-280-622-11 s SUPPORT (M3),HEXAGON

221 3-359-058-01 s SCREW (+B5X6) (ST)

222 3-701-822-00 s HOLDER, WIRE

223 4-066-202-01 s SCREW, M3

224 4-074-246-02 o SLEEVE, VIDEO

225 4-084-279-01 s DOOR, LAMP

226 4-084-280-01 s COVER, FILTER

227 4-084-416-01 s FILTER

228 4-084-430-01 o BRACKET, UNIT

229 4-084-433-01 s SPRING, EARTH

230 4-084-434-01 o SHEET (F)

231 4-084-505-01 s PLATE (CP)

232 4-084-604-01 s FOOT, REAR

233 1-815-920-11 s JACK, MODULAR

Screws/Washers

7-621-255-75 s SCREW +P 2X12 (EP-FE/ZN/CM2)

7-621-772-38 s SCREW +B2X6

7-622-205-05 s NUT M2 TYPE2

7-682-145-01 s SCREW,+P 3X4(EP-FE/ZN/CM2)

7-682-247-09 s SCREW +K 3X6

7-682-546-04 s SCREW +B3X5

7-682-568-09 s SCREW +B4X30(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)

7-682-961-01 s SCREW +PSW 4X8

7-685-645-79 s SCREW +BVTP3X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

5-7

Base

Optics

302

330

318

311

312

e

322

328

310

b d c

316

313

317

309

314

321

315

303

a

BVTP3 x

6

B3 x

5

307

B3 x

20 e

B3 x

20

304

308

c d b a g f

319

g

315

320

323

329

326

325

327

324

326

P4 x

6

N4

305

331

305

K3 x

6

BVTP3 x

8

301

306

5-8

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Optics

No. Part No. SP Description

301 A-1485-456-A s PRISM BLOCK ASSY

302 A-1501-990-A s OPTICS UNIT ASSY (VPL-PX10/PX15)

303

!

1-576-523-11 s THERMOSTAT

304 1-763-730-11 s FAN, DC

305 3-715-526-01 o WASHER (M3) (PLA)

306 4-066-202-01 s SCREW, M3

307 4-084-285-01 s HOUSING, LAMP

308 4-084-286-01 s DUCT (LMP)

309 9-885-014-66 o EYE (A) ASSY, FLY

310 9-885-014-67 o EYE (B),FLY

311 9-885-014-68 o PBS ASSY

312 9-885-014-69 o LENS, MAIN CAPACITOR

313 9-885-014-70 o MIRROR, ALL REFLECTION (A)

314 9-885-014-71 o BDM

315 9-885-014-72 o FILTER, UV ABSORPTION

316 9-885-014-73 o MIRROR, ALL REFLECTION (B)

317 9-885-014-74 o LENS, B-CH CAPACITOR

318 9-885-014-75 s IN-POLARIZER (B)

319 9-885-014-76 s OUT-POLARIZER (B)

320 9-885-014-77 o GDM

321 9-885-014-78 o LENS, G-CH CAPACITOR

322 9-885-014-79 s IN-POLARIZER (G)

323 9-885-014-80 s OUT-POLARIZER (G)

324 9-885-014-81 o LENS (A), RELAY

325 9-885-014-82 o MIRROR, ALL REFLECTION (C)

326 9-885-014-83 o LENS (B), RELAY

327 9-885-014-84 o RDF

328 9-885-014-85 s IN-POLARIZER (R)

329 9-885-014-86 s OUT-POLARIZER (R)

330 A-1501-991-A s OPTICS UNIT ASSY (VPL-PS10)

331 3-703-137-01 s SCREW, TAPPING

Screws/Washers

7-682-160-09 s SCREW +P4X6

7-682-247-09 s SCREW +K 3X6

7-682-546-04 s SCREW +B3X5

7-682-553-09 s SCREW +B3X20

7-682-647-09 s SCREW +PS 3X6

7-684-024-04 s NUT M4 TYPE2

7-685-645-79 s SCREW +BVTP3X6

7-685-646-21 s SCREW +BVTP3X8

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

5-9

5-3. Electrical Parts List

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BA BOARD

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1136-191-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BA(VPL-PX10)

1pc A-1136-239-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BA(VPL-PX15)

1pc A-1136-240-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BA(VPL-PS10)

C106 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C107 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C108 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C109 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C110 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C111 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C112 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C113 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C114 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C115 1-125-838-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 2.2MF/6.3V

C116 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C117 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C118 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C119 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C120 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C121 1-162-913-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 8PF/50V CH

C122 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C123 1-125-837-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V

C124 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C125 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C126 1-135-346-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 39MF 16V

C127 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C128 1-125-837-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V

C129 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C130 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C131 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C132 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C133 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C134 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C135 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C136 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C137 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C138 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C139 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C140 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C141 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C142 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C143 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C144 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C145 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C146 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C147 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C148 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C149 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C150 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C151 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C152 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C153 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C154 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C155 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C156 1-104-852-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 22MF/10V

C157 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C158 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C159 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C160 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C161 1-131-998-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF 6.3 V

(BA BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C162 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C163 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C164 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C165 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C166 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C167 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C168 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C169 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C181 1-127-573-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1MFB(2012)

C182 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C183 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C184 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C185 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C186 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C187 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C188 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C201 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C202 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C203 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C204 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C205 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C206 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C207 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C208 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C209 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C210 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C211 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C212 1-125-837-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC1MF/6.3V

C216 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C218 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C220 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C221 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C222 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C223 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C224 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C225 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C226 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C227 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C228 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C229 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C235 1-127-715-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.22MF B1608

C237 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C238 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C239 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C240 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C242 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C243 1-125-891-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.47MF/10V

C244 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C245 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C246 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C247 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C248 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C250 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C252 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C253 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

CN101 1-779-202-21 s CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 70P

D103 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D201 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

5-10

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BA BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

FB101 1-414-235-22 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB102 1-414-235-22 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB103 1-500-245-11 s BEAD, FERRITE (CHIP)

FL101 1-239-899-21 s FILTER, CHIP EMI

FL102 1-239-899-21 s FILTER, CHIP EMI

FL103 1-239-899-21 s FILTER, CHIP EMI

FL104 1-239-397-11 s FILTER, LOW PASS (8MHZ)

FL105 1-239-397-11 s FILTER, LOW PASS (8MHZ)

FL106 1-239-397-11 s FILTER, LOW PASS (8MHZ)

IC101 8-752-072-81 s IC CXA1875AM

IC102 8-759-058-58 s IC TC7S04FU-TE85R

IC103 8-759-058-58 s IC TC7S04FU-TE85R

IC104 8-752-094-47 s IC CXA2123AQ-T6

IC105 8-759-494-88 s IC TC75S56F(TE85R)

IC106 8-752-390-37 s IC CXD2064Q(T6)

IC181 8-749-012-17 s IC RS-140-T

IC201 8-759-684-72 s IC M24C64-WMN6T(A)

IC202 8-752-086-33 s IC CXA2101AQ-TL

IC205 8-759-277-63 s IC TC7W14FU (TE12R)

L104 1-414-753-91 s INDUCTOR 4.7UH

L105 1-414-753-91 s INDUCTOR 4.7UH

L106 1-414-753-91 s INDUCTOR 4.7UH

L107 1-414-753-91 s INDUCTOR 4.7UH

L108 1-414-753-91 s INDUCTOR 4.7UH

L109 1-414-235-22 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

L201 1-414-754-11 s INDUCTOR 10.0UH

L202 1-414-754-11 s INDUCTOR 10.0UH

L203 1-414-754-11 s INDUCTOR 10.0UH

L204 1-414-754-11 s INDUCTOR 10.0UH

Q101 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q102 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q103 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q104 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q105 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q106 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q107 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q108 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q109 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q201 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q203 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q204 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q205 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q207 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

R104 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R105 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R106 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R107 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R108 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R109 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R110 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R111 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R112 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R114 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R115 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R117 1-218-726-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 27K 1/16W (1608)

R119 1-218-706-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.9K 1/16W(1608)

R120 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R122 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BA BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R124 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R125 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R126 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R127 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R128 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R129 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R131 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R133 1-218-704-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/16W(1608)

R134 1-218-708-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R135 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R136 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R137 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R140 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R141 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R145 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R148 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R151 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R152 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R154 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R155 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R156 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608

R158 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R159 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R162 1-216-822-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.2K 1/16W 1608

R163 1-216-830-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608

R164 1-216-830-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608

R165 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608

R166 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R167 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608

R168 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R169 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608

R170 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R171 1-216-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 560 1/16W 1608

R172 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R173 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R174 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R175 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R176 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R177 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R178 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R179 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R180 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R181 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R182 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R183 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R184 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R185 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R201 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R202 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R203 1-218-724-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W(1608)

R204 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R205 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R206 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R207 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R208 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R209 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R210 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R211 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R213 1-216-863-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3M 1/16W 1608

5-11

(BA BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R214 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R215 1-216-838-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 27K 1/16W(1608)

R217 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R219 1-218-710-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1608)

R220 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R221 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R222 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R223 1-218-732-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/16W(1608)

R225 1-218-708-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R228 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R229 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R230 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R231 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R233 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R235 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R236 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R237 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R242 1-218-708-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R243 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R244 1-216-091-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 56K 1/10W(2012)

R245 1-216-091-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 56K 1/10W(2012)

RB101 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB102 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB103 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

X101 1-781-914-21 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

5-12

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BB BOARD (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

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Note :

*

1 If IC503 or IC601 becomes defective, replace the entire BB board and upgrade the version using a flash memory writer.

IC IC703 is replaced, use the new IC after writing program using flash memory writer.

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1136-192-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BB(VPL-PX10)

1pc A-1136-228-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BB(VPL-PX15)

C309 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C310 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C311 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C312 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C313 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C318 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C319 1-131-998-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF 6.3 V

C320 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C321 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C322 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C323 1-131-998-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF 6.3 V

C324 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C325 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C326 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C327 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C328 1-110-563-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.068MF/16V

C329 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C330 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C331 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C332 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C333 1-164-816-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 220PF/50V CH

C334 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C335 1-126-206-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/6.3V

C336 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C337 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C338 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C339 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C340 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C341 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C342 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C343 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C344 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C345 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C346 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C401 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C402 1-164-505-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF

C403 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C404 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C405 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C406 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C407 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C408 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C409 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C410 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C411 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C412 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C413 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C414 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C415 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C416 1-119-667-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 22MF/10V(F)

C417 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C418 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C419 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C420 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C421 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C422 1-164-173-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 3900PF/50V B

C423 1-137-652-91 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 39000PF /16V

C424 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C425 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C426 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C428 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C429 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C430 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C431 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C432 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C433 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C434 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C435 1-164-505-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF

C436 1-162-916-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 12PF/50V CH

C437 1-162-916-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 12PF/50V CH

C438 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C439 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C441 1-119-667-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 22MF/10V(F)

C501 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C502 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C503 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C504 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C505 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C506 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C507 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C508 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C509 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C510 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C511 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C512 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C513 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C514 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C515 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C516 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C517 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C518 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C520 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C521 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C523 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C524 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C525 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C526 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C527 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C528 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C529 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C530 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C531 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C532 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C533 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C534 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C535 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C536 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C537 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C538 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C589 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C592 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C593 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C594 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C597 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C601 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C602 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C603 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C605 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C606 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C607 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C608 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C609 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C610 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C611 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C612 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C613 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C614 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C615 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C616 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C617 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C619 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C620 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C622 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C625 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C629 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C633 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C701 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C702 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C703 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C704 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C705 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C706 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C707 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C708 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C709 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C710 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C711 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C712 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C713 1-164-315-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 470PF/50V CH

C714 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C715 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C716 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C717 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C718 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C802 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C803 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C804 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C806 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C808 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C810 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C811 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C814 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C815 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C816 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C817 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C818 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C819 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C820 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C821 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C822 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C823 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

5-13

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C824 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C825 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C901 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C927 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C928 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C929 1-107-682-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP 1MF/16V (3216)

C930 1-107-682-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP 1MF/16V (3216)

C931 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C932 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C934 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C935 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C936 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C937 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

CN303 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN304 1-785-305-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN305 1-785-305-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN307 1-793-797-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN308 1-785-305-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN502 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN509 1-770-624-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 7P

CN510 1-770-624-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 7P

CN601 1-770-621-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 4P

CN701 1-770-625-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 8P

CN801 1-815-339-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR

CN806 1-770-621-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 4P

CN810 1-779-730-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (ZIF) 24P

CN811 1-770-622-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 5P

CN812 1-770-623-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 6P

D306 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D307 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D501 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D601 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D701 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

D702 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

D801 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D802 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D803 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D808 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D901 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D927 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

FB301 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB302 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB303 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB304 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB305 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB402 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB501 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB502 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB503 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB504 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB505 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB522 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB601 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB602 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB603 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB604 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB605 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB607 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB608 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

5-14

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

FB802 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB804 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB805 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB806 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB807 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB808 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB811 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB812 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB813 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB814 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB815 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB816 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB817 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB818 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB819 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB820 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB821 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB822 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FL301 1-239-899-21 s FILTER, CHIP EMI

IC301 8-759-661-55 s IC ST24FC21M6TR

IC302 8-759-541-25 s IC M52758FP

IC303 8-759-646-02 s IC M52347FP-TE

IC304 8-759-531-92 s IC TC7WH04FU(TE12R)

IC305 8-759-472-37 s IC 74VHC240MTCX

IC306 8-759-586-19 s IC TC7WH123FU(TE12R)

IC307 8-752-072-81 s IC CXA1875AM

IC308 8-759-471-89 s IC 74VHC02MTCX

IC309 8-759-335-28 s IC TA78M09F (TE16L)

IC401 8-759-659-65 s IC LP2985IM5X-3.3

IC402 8-759-645-12 s IC AD9884AKS-140

IC405 8-759-683-96 s IC MK1714-01RT

IC501 8-759-544-01 s IC S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

IC502 8-759-471-89 s IC 74VHC02MTCX

IC503

*

1 IC PW164-10RK

IC505 6-800-548-01 s IC MBM29LV800TA-70PFTN-SX1718

IC506 8-759-645-48 s IC IDT71V016S15PH-TL

IC547 8-759-471-85 s IC 74VHC00MTCX

IC548 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC550 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC551 8-759-439-67 s IC TC7W126FU(TE12R)

IC601

*

1 IC CXD9607GB

IC602 8-759-475-43 s IC TC74LCX125FT(EL)

IC604 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC605 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC606 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC607 8-759-544-01 s IC S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

IC608 8-759-684-72 s IC M24C64-WMN6T(A)

IC609 8-759-662-35 s IC 74VHCT04AMTCX

IC610 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC615 8-759-447-77 s IC TC7WH74FU (TE12R)

IC616 8-759-447-77 s IC TC7WH74FU (TE12R)

IC701 8-759-582-91 s IC S-80842ANNP-ED6-T2

IC702 8-759-544-01 s IC S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

IC703

*

1 8-759-648-10 s IC HD64F2633TE

IC704 8-759-659-65 s IC LP2985IM5X-3.3

IC705 8-759-485-79 s IC TC7SET08FU (TE85L)

IC801 8-759-388-31 s IC PQ20VZ1U

IC802 8-759-460-81 s IC BA12FP-E2

IC803 8-759-485-79 s IC TC7SET08FU (TE85L)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

IC806 8-759-582-37 s IC PQ2TZ15U

IC807 8-759-533-85 s IC L88M05T-FA-TL

IC808 8-759-460-72 s IC BA033FP

IC809 8-759-533-85 s IC L88M05T-FA-TL

IC810 8-759-478-92 s IC TC7SET04FU(TE85R)

IC901 8-759-277-63 s IC TC7W14FU (TE12R)

IC927 8-759-472-12 s IC 74VHC123AMTCX

IC928 8-759-082-58 s IC TC7W08FU

IC929 8-759-662-35 s IC 74VHCT04AMTCX

IC930 8-759-083-94 s IC TC7W74FU

IC932 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC933 8-759-082-59 s IC TC7W32FU

IC934 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC935 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

L401 1-412-057-11 s INDUCTOR (SMALL TYPE) 6.8UH

L402 1-469-528-91 s INDUCTOR 100UH (NLFV25)

Q301 8-729-140-63 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1611-M5M6

Q302 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q303 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q401 8-729-427-72 s TRANSISTOR XP4501-TXE

Q524 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q601 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q602 8-729-026-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1037AK-T146-R

Q603 8-729-202-38 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3326N-A

Q604 8-729-202-38 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3326N-A

R309 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R311 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R312 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R313 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R314 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R315 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R316 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R317 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R318 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R319 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R320 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R321 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R322 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R323 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R324 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R325 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R326 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R327 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R328 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R329 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R330 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R331 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R332 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R333 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R334 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R335 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R336 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R337 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R338 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R339 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R340 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R341 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R342 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R343 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R344 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R347 1-218-732-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/16W(1608)

R348 1-218-708-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R349 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R350 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R351 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R352 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R353 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R354 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R355 1-216-811-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R356 1-216-810-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 120 1/16W 1608

R357 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R358 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R359 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R360 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R361 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R362 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R401 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R402 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R403 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R405 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R406 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R407 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R408 1-216-851-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/16W 1608

R412 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R413 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R415 1-218-704-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/16W(1608)

R416 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R417 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R418 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1608)

R423 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R424 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R425 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R426 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R427 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R428 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R429 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R430 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R431 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R432 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R433 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R441 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R443 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R501 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R502 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R503 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R506 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R510 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R511 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R512 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R513 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R514 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R515 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R516 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R517 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R518 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R565 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R566 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R567 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R568 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

5-15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R569 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R570 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R571 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R574 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R575 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R601 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R602 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R603 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 5% 1/16W

R604 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 5% 1/16W

R605 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 5% 1/16W

R606 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 5% 1/16W

R607 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 5% 1/16W

R608 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 22 5% 1/16W

R609 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R610 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R611 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R612 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R613 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R614 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R615 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R616 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R617 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R618 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R619 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R620 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R621 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R622 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R623 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R624 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R625 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R626 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R627 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R631 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R632 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R634 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R636 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R637 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R639 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R652 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R653 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R654 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R655 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R663 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R666 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R667 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R668 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R669 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R670 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R672 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R673 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R675 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R676 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R677 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R678 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R701 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R702 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R703 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R704 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R705 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R709 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

5-16

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R710 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R711 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R712 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R713 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R715 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R716 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R717 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R719 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R720 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R721 1-218-703-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.0K 1/16(1608)

R722 1-218-675-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 200 1/16W (1608)

R726 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R727 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R729 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R735 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R736 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R740 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

(VPL-PX10)

R741 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

(VPL-PX15)

R742 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R746 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R748 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R749 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R753 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R754 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R755 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R756 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R757 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R758 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP

R802 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R803 1-218-723-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 20K 1/16W(1608)

R804 1-218-714-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W(1608)

R805 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R806 1-218-685-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 510 1/16W

R808 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R810 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R812 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R818 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R824 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR. CHIP 0

R826 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR. CHIP 0

R827 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R828 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R829 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R830 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R867 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R868 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R918 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R919 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R927 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R928 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R938 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R939 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R940 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R941 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R965 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R966 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R967 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R968 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R969 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

RB402 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB403 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB404 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB405 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB406 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB407 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB415 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB601 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB602 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB603 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB604 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB605 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB606 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB608 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB610 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB612 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB613 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB614 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB701 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB702 1-233-412-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 1K

RB703 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB704 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB705 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB706 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB707 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB708 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB709 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB710 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB711 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB712 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB713 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB714 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB715 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB716 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB801 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB802 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

S501 1-571-674-11 s SWITCH,SLIDE (2-2-2)

S601 1-571-674-11 s SWITCH,SLIDE (2-2-2)

S901 1-571-674-11 s SWITCH,SLIDE (2-2-2)

TH301 1-809-020-11 s THERMISTOR

TP301 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP302 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP303 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP401 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP402 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP601 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP610 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP620 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP621 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP701 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP808 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

X401 1-795-068-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

X501 1-795-260-21 s OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL

X701 1-781-659-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

--------

BB BOARD (FOR VPL-PS10)

--------

Note :

*

1 If IC503 or IC601 becomes defective, replace the entire BB board and upgrade the version using a flash memory writer.

IC IC703 is replaced, use the new IC after writing program using flash memory writer.

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1136-227-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BB

C309 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C310 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C311 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C312 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C313 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C318 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C319 1-131-998-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF 6.3 V

C320 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C321 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C322 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C323 1-131-998-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF 6.3 V

C324 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C325 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C326 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C327 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C328 1-110-563-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.068MF/16V

C329 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C330 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C331 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C332 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C333 1-164-816-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 220PF/50V CH

C334 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C335 1-126-206-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/6.3V

C336 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C337 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C338 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C339 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C340 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C341 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C342 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C343 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C344 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C345 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C346 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C401 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C402 1-164-505-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF

C403 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C404 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C405 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C406 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C407 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C408 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C409 1-165-176-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 47000PF/16V

C410 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C411 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C412 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C413 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C414 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C415 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C416 1-119-667-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 22MF/10V(F)

C417 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C418 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

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C419 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C420 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C421 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C422 1-164-173-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 3900PF/50V B

C423 1-137-652-91 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 39000PF /16V

C424 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C425 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C426 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C428 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C429 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C430 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C431 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C432 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C433 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C434 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C435 1-164-505-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF

C436 1-162-916-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 12PF/50V CH

C437 1-162-916-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 12PF/50V CH

C438 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C439 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C441 1-119-667-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 22MF/10V(F)

C501 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C502 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C503 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C504 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C505 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C506 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C507 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C508 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C509 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C510 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C511 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C512 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C513 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C514 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C515 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C516 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C517 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C518 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C520 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C521 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C523 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C524 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C525 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C526 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C527 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C528 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C529 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C530 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C531 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C532 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C533 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C534 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C535 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C536 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C537 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C538 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C589 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C592 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C593 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

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C594 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C597 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C601 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C602 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C603 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C605 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C606 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C607 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C608 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C609 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C610 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C611 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C612 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C613 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C614 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C615 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C616 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C617 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C619 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C620 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C622 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C625 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C629 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C633 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C701 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C702 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C703 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C704 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C705 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C706 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C707 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C708 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C709 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C710 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C711 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C712 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C713 1-164-315-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 470PF/50V CH

C714 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C715 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C716 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C717 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C718 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C803 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C804 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C806 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C808 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C810 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C811 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C814 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C815 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C816 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C817 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C818 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C819 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C820 1-113-577-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V

C821 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C822 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C823 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C824 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C825 1-128-004-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(CHIP)

C901 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C927 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C928 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C929 1-107-682-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP 1MF/16V (3216)

C930 1-107-682-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP 1MF/16V (3216)

C931 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C932 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C934 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C935 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C936 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C937 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

CN303 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN304 1-785-305-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN305 1-785-305-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN307 1-793-797-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN308 1-785-305-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN502 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN509 1-770-624-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 7P

CN510 1-770-624-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 7P

CN601 1-770-621-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 4P

CN701 1-770-625-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 8P

CN801 1-815-339-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR

CN806 1-770-621-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 4P

CN810 1-779-730-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (ZIF) 24P

CN811 1-770-622-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 5P

CN812 1-770-623-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 6P

D306 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D307 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D501 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D601 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D701 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

D702 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

D801 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D802 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D803 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D808 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D901 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D927 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

FB301 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB302 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB303 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB304 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB305 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB402 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB501 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB502 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB503 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB504 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB505 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB522 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB601 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB602 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB603 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB604 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB605 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB607 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB608 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB802 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

FB804 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB805 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB806 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB807 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB808 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB811 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB812 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB813 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB814 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB815 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB816 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB817 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB818 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB819 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB820 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB821 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB822 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FL301 1-239-899-21 s FILTER, CHIP EMI

IC301 8-759-661-55 s IC ST24FC21M6TR

IC302 8-759-541-25 s IC M52758FP

IC303 8-759-646-02 s IC M52347FP-TE

IC304 8-759-531-92 s IC TC7WH04FU(TE12R)

IC305 8-759-472-37 s IC 74VHC240MTCX

IC306 8-759-586-19 s IC TC7WH123FU(TE12R)

IC307 8-752-072-81 s IC CXA1875AM

IC308 8-759-471-89 s IC 74VHC02MTCX

IC309 8-759-335-28 s IC TA78M09F (TE16L)

IC401 8-759-659-65 s IC LP2985IM5X-3.3

IC402 8-759-645-12 s IC AD9884AKS-140

IC405 8-759-683-96 s IC MK1714-01RT

IC501 8-759-544-01 s IC S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

IC502 8-759-471-89 s IC 74VHC02MTCX

IC503

*

1 IC PW164-10RK

IC505 6-800-548-01 s IC MBM29LV800TA-70PFTN-SX1718

IC506 8-759-645-48 s IC IDT71V016S15PH-TL

IC547 8-759-471-85 s IC 74VHC00MTCX

IC548 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC550 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC551 8-759-439-67 s IC TC7W126FU(TE12R)

IC601

*

1 IC CXD9607GB

IC602 8-759-475-43 s IC TC74LCX125FT(EL)

IC604 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC605 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC606 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC607 8-759-544-01 s IC S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

IC608 8-759-684-72 s IC M24C64-WMN6T(A)

IC609 8-759-662-35 s IC 74VHCT04MTCX

IC610 8-759-490-41 s IC TC74VHCT541AFT(EL)

IC615 8-759-447-77 s IC TC7WH74FU (TE12R)

IC616 8-759-447-77 s IC TC7WH74FU (TE12R)

IC701 8-759-582-91 s IC S-80842ANNP-ED6-T2

IC702 8-759-544-01 s IC S-80828ANNP-EDR-T2

IC703

*

1 8-759-648-10 s IC HD64F2633TE

IC704 8-759-659-65 s IC LP2985IM5X-3.3

IC705 8-759-485-79 s IC TC7SET08FU (TE85L)

IC801 8-759-388-31 s IC PQ20VZ1U

IC802 8-759-460-81 s IC BA12FP-E2

IC803 8-759-485-79 s IC TC7SET08FU (TE85L)

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IC806 8-759-582-37 s IC PQ2TZ15U

IC807 8-759-533-85 s IC L88M05T-FA-TL

IC808 8-759-460-72 s IC BA033FP

IC809 8-759-533-85 s IC L88M05T-FA-TL

IC810 8-759-478-92 s IC TC7SET04FU(TE85R)

IC901 8-759-277-63 s IC TC7W14FU (TE12R)

IC927 8-759-472-12 s IC 74VHC123AMTCX

IC928 8-759-082-58 s IC TC7W08FU

IC929 8-759-662-35 s IC 74VHCT04MTCX

IC930 8-759-083-94 s IC TC7W74FU

IC932 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC933 8-759-082-59 s IC TC7W32FU

IC934 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

IC935 8-759-472-14 s IC 74VHC125MTCX

L401 1-412-057-11 s INDUCTOR (SMALL TYPE) 6.8UH

L402 1-469-528-91 s INDUCTOR 100UH (NLFV25)

Q301 8-729-140-63 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1611-M5M6

Q302 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q303 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q401 8-729-427-72 s TRANSISTOR XP4501-TXE

Q524 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q601 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q602 8-729-026-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1037AK-T146-R

Q603 8-729-202-38 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3326N-A

Q604 8-729-202-38 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3326N-A

R309 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R311 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R312 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/16W 1608

R313 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R314 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R315 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R316 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R317 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R318 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R319 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R320 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R321 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R322 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R323 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R324 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R325 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R326 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R327 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R328 1-216-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 1608

R329 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R330 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R331 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R332 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R333 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R334 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R335 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R336 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R337 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R338 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R339 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R340 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R341 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R342 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R343 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R344 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R347 1-218-732-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/16W(1608)

R348 1-218-708-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R349 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R350 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R351 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R352 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R353 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R354 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R355 1-216-811-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R356 1-216-810-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 120 1/16W 1608

R357 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R358 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R359 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R360 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R361 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R362 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R401 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R402 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R403 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R405 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R406 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R407 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R408 1-216-851-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/16W 1608

R412 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R413 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R415 1-218-704-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/16W(1608)

R416 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R417 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R418 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R423 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R425 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R426 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R429 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R430 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R431 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R433 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R441 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R443 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R444 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R445 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R446 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R447 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R501 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R502 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R503 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R506 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R510 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R511 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R512 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R513 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R514 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R515 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R516 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R517 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R518 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R565 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R566 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R567 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R568 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R569 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R570 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R571 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R574 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R575 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R601 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R602 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R603 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R604 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R605 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R606 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R607 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R608 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R609 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R610 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R611 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R612 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R613 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R614 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R615 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R616 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R617 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R618 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R619 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R620 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R621 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R622 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R623 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R624 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R625 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R626 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R627 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R631 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R632 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R634 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R636 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R637 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R639 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R652 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R653 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R654 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R655 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R663 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R666 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R667 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R668 1-216-801-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R669 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R670 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R672 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R673 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R675 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R676 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R677 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R678 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R701 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R702 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R703 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R704 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R705 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R709 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R710 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R711 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R712 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R713 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R715 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R716 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R717 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R719 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R720 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R721 1-218-703-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.0K 1/16(1608)

R722 1-218-675-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 200 1/16W (1608)

R726 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R727 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R729 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R735 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R736 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R740 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R743 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R746 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R748 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R749 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R753 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R754 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R755 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R756 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R757 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R758 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R802 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R803 1-218-723-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 20K 1/16W(1608)

R804 1-218-714-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W(1608)

R805 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R806 1-218-685-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 510 1/16W

R808 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R810 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R812 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R818 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R824 1-218-692-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R826 1-218-692-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R827 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R828 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R829 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R830 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

R867 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R868 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R918 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R919 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R927 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R928 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R938 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R939 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R940 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R941 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R965 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R966 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R967 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R968 1-216-807-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68 1/16W 1608

R969 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

5-21

(BB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

RB402 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB403 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB404 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB405 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB406 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB407 1-233-574-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 10

RB415 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB601 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB602 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB603 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB604 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB605 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB606 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB608 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB610 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB612 1-233-575-11 s RES, CHIP NETWORK 22

RB613 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB614 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB701 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB702 1-233-412-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 1K

RB703 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB704 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB705 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB706 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB707 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB708 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB709 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB710 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB711 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB712 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB713 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB714 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB715 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB716 1-236-908-11 s RESISTOR,NETWORK 10K (3216)

RB801 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB802 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

S501 1-571-674-11 s SWITCH,SLIDE (2-2-2)

S601 1-571-674-11 s SWITCH,SLIDE (2-2-2)

S901 1-571-674-11 s SWITCH,SLIDE (2-2-2)

TH301 1-809-020-11 s THERMISTOR

TP301 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP302 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP303 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP401 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP402 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP601 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP610 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP620 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP621 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP701 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP808 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

X401 1-781-694-21 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

X501 1-795-260-21 s OSCILLATOR, CRYSTAL

X701 1-781-659-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

5-22

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C BOARD (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

-------

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1335-141-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, C

C101 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C107 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C109 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C112 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C113 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C123 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C283 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C301 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C302 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C303 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C304 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C305 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C306 1-126-602-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V(CHIP

C307 1-115-467-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/10V B

C308 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C309 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C310 1-115-467-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/10V B

C311 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C312 1-126-602-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V(CHIP

C313 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C314 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C315 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C316 1-126-602-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V(CHIP

C317 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C318 1-135-347-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF

C320 1-126-391-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)

C321 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C322 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C323 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C324 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C325 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C326 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C327 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C329 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C500 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C501 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C502 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C503 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C504 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C505 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C506 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C507 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C508 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C509 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C510 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C511 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C512 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C513 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C514 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C515 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C516 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C517 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C518 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C519 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C520 1-162-919-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH

C521 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C522 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C523 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C524 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C525 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C526 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C527 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C528 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C529 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C530 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C531 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C532 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C600 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C601 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C602 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C603 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C604 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C605 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C606 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C607 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C608 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C609 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C610 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C611 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C612 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C613 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C614 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C615 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C616 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C617 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C618 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C619 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C620 1-162-919-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH

C621 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C622 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C623 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C624 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C625 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C626 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C627 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C628 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C629 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C630 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C631 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C632 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C700 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C701 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C702 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C703 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C704 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C705 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C706 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C707 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C708 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C709 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C710 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C711 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C712 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C713 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C714 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C715 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C716 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C717 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C718 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C719 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C720 1-162-919-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH

C721 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C722 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C723 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C724 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C725 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C726 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C727 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C728 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C729 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C730 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C731 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C732 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

CN1201 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN1202 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN1203 1-760-388-11 o CONNECTOR PIN (SMD) 9 PIN

CN1205 1-794-695-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P

CN1207 1-794-695-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P

CN1209 1-794-695-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P

D301 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D302 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D303 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D304 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D305 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D306 8-719-159-13 s DIODE RD5.1SB3-T2(5MA)

D307 8-719-159-13 s DIODE RD5.1SB3-T2(5MA)

D308 8-719-159-13 s DIODE RD5.1SB3-T2(5MA)

D500 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D600 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D700 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

FB109 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB110 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB121 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB301 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB302 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB303 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB304 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB305 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB306 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB307 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB500 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB501 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB502 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB503 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB504 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB505 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB506 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB600 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB601 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB602 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB603 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB604 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

5-23

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

FB605 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB606 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB700 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB701 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB702 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB703 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB704 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB705 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB706 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

IC104 8-759-447-77 s IC TC7WH74FU(TE12R)

IC105 8-759-485-79 s IC TC7SET08FU(TE85L)

IC106 8-759-478-92 s IC TC7SET04FU(TE85R)

IC107 8-759-570-08 s IC TC7SET32FU(TE85R)

IC109 8-759-388-31 s IC PQ20VZ1U

IC301 8-759-645-13 s IC ADV7123KST140

IC302 8-759-584-86 s IC M52749FP-TP

IC303 8-759-571-03 s IC LM4041DIM3-1.2(T&R)

IC304 8-759-542-46 s IC M62392FP

IC305 8-759-542-46 s IC M62392FP

IC500 8-759-686-68 s IC ET1030F0A

IC501 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC502 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC600 8-759-686-68 s IC ET1030F0A

IC601 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC602 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC700 8-759-686-68 s IC ET1030F0A

IC701 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC702 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

L301 1-469-525-91 s INDUCTOR 10UH (NLFV25)

L302 1-469-525-91 s INDUCTOR 10UH (NLFV25)

L303 1-469-525-91 s INDUCTOR 10UH (NLFV25)

L500 1-414-170-41 s INDUCTOR, CHIP 100UH (2012)

L501 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L502 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L600 1-414-170-41 s INDUCTOR, CHIP 100UH (2012)

L601 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L602 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L700 1-414-170-41 s INDUCTOR, CHIP 100UH (2012)

L701 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L702 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

Q301 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q302 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q303 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q304 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q500 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q501 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q502 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q503 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q504 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q600 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q601 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q602 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q603 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q604 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q700 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q701 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q702 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q703 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

5-24

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

Q704 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

R101 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R102 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R103 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R128 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R129 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R130 1-218-692-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R131 1-218-702-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)

R132 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R133 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R135 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R136 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R137 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R138 1-218-723-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 20K 1/16W(1608)

R139 1-218-685-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 510 1/16W

R140 1-218-714-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W(1608)

R141 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R301 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R302 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R303 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R304 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R305 1-216-808-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/16W 1608

R306 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R307 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608

R309 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R310 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R311 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R312 1-218-652-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R313 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R314 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R315 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R317 1-216-808-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/16W 1608

R318 1-218-652-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R319 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R320 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608

R322 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R323 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R324 1-218-652-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R325 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R326 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R327 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608

R328 1-216-808-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/16W 1608

R329 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R330 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R331 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R332 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R333 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R334 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R335 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R336 1-218-710-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1608)

R337 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R338 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R339 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R340 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R341 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R342 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R343 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R344 1-218-710-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1608)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R345 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R346 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R347 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R348 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R349 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R350 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R351 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R352 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R353 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R354 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R355 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R500 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R501 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R502 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R503 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R504 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R505 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R506 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R507 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R508 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R509 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R510 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R511 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R512 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R513 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R514 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R515 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R518 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R521 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R524 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R526 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R527 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R528 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R529 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R530 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R531 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R532 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R533 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R534 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R535 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R536 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R537 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R538 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R539 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R600 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R601 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R602 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R603 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R604 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R605 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R606 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R607 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R608 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R609 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R610 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R611 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R612 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R613 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R614 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R615 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R618 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R621 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R624 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R626 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R627 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R628 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R629 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R630 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R631 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R632 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R633 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R634 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R635 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R636 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R637 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R638 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R639 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R700 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R701 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R702 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R703 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R704 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R705 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R706 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R707 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R708 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R709 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R710 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R711 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R712 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R713 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R714 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R715 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R718 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R721 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R724 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R726 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R727 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R728 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R729 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R730 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R731 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R732 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R733 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R734 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R735 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R736 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R737 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R738 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R739 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

RB301 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB302 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB303 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB304 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB306 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

TH101 1-808-656-11 s THERMISTOR

TH102 1-808-656-11 s THERMISTOR

5-25

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX10/PX15)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

TP108 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP110 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP111 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP112 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP113 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP114 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP115 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP201 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP202 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP203 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP204 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP205 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP206 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP207 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP208 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP209 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP301 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP302 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP303 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP304 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP305 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP306 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP307 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP308 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP309 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP310 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP311 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP500 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP501 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP502 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP600 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP601 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP602 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP700 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP701 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP702 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1335-147-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, C

C101 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C107 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C109 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C112 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C113 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C123 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C283 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C301 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C302 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C303 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C304 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C305 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C306 1-126-602-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V(CHIP

C307 1-115-467-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/10V B

C308 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C309 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C310 1-115-467-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/10V B

C311 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C312 1-126-602-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V(CHIP

C313 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C314 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C315 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C316 1-126-602-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 3.3MF/50V(CHIP

C317 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C318 1-135-347-11 s CAP, SOLID ELECT 82MF

C320 1-126-391-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)

C321 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C322 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C323 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C324 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C325 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C326 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C327 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C329 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C500 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C501 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C502 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C503 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C504 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C505 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C506 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C507 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C508 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C509 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C511 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C512 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C514 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C516 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C517 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C518 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C519 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C520 1-162-919-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH

C522 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C523 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C524 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C526 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C527 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C528 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C529 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C530 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C531 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C532 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C600 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C601 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C602 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C603 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C604 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C605 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C606 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C607 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C608 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C609 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C611 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C613 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C614 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C616 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C617 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C618 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C619 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C620 1-162-919-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH

C622 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C623 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C624 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C626 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C627 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C628 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C629 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C630 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C631 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C632 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C700 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C701 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C702 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C703 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C704 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C705 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C706 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C707 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C708 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C709 1-164-227-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.022MF/25V

C711 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C713 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C714 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C716 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C717 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C718 1-125-889-11 s CAPACITOR, C.CERAMIC 2.2MF

C719 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B

C720 1-162-919-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V CH

C722 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C723 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C724 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C726 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C727 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C728 1-128-400-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/25V

C729 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C730 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

C731 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C732 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

CN1201 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN1202 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN1203 1-760-388-11 o CONNECTOR PIN (SMD) 9 PIN

CN1206 1-794-695-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P

CN1208 1-794-695-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P

CN1210 1-794-695-11 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P

D301 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D302 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D303 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D304 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D305 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D306 8-719-159-13 s DIODE RD5.1SB3-T2 (5MA)

D307 8-719-159-13 s DIODE RD5.1SB3-T2 (5MA)

D308 8-719-159-13 s DIODE RD5.1SB3-T2 (5MA)

D500 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D600 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

D700 8-719-988-61 s DIODE 1SS355TE-17

FB109 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB110 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB121 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB301 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB302 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB303 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB304 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB305 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB306 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB307 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB500 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB501 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB502 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB503 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB504 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB505 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB506 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB600 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB601 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB602 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB603 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB604 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB605 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB606 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB700 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB701 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB702 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB703 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB704 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB705 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB706 1-414-921-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

IC104 8-759-447-77 s IC TC7WH74FU (TE12R)

IC105 8-759-485-79 s IC TC7SET08FU (TE85L)

IC106 8-759-478-92 s IC TC7SET04FU(TE85R)

IC107 8-759-570-08 s IC TC7SET32FU(TE85R)

IC109 8-759-388-31 s IC PQ20VZ1U

IC301 8-759-645-13 s IC ADV7123KST140

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IC302 8-759-584-86 s IC M52749FP-TP

IC303 8-759-571-03 s IC LM4041DIM3-1.2(T&R)

IC304 8-759-542-46 s IC M62392FP

IC305 8-759-542-46 s IC M62392FP

IC500 8-759-686-68 s IC ET1030F0A

IC502 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC600 8-759-686-68 s IC ET1030F0A

IC602 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

IC700 8-759-686-68 s IC ET1030F0A

IC702 8-752-093-18 s IC CXA3512R-T6

L301 1-469-525-91 s INDUCTOR 10UH (NLFV25)

L302 1-469-525-91 s INDUCTOR 10UH (NLFV25)

L303 1-469-525-91 s INDUCTOR 10UH (NLFV25)

L500 1-414-170-41 s INDUCTOR, CHIP 100UH (2012)

L501 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L502 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L600 1-414-170-41 s INDUCTOR, CHIP 100UH (2012)

L601 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L602 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L700 1-414-170-41 s INDUCTOR, CHIP 100UH (2012)

L701 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

L702 1-410-369-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 1UH (3225)

Q301 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q302 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q303 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q304 8-729-112-65 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1462

Q500 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q501 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q502 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q503 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q504 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q600 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q601 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q602 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q603 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q604 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q700 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q701 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q702 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q703 8-729-013-28 s TRANSISTOR HN1B01FU-TE85R

Q704 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

R101 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R102 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R103 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R128 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R129 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R130 1-218-692-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R131 1-218-702-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)

R132 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R133 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R135 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R136 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R137 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R138 1-218-723-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 20K 1/16W(1608)

R139 1-218-685-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 510 1/16W

R140 1-218-714-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W(1608)

R141 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R301 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R302 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R303 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R304 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R305 1-216-808-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/16W 1608

R306 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R307 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608

R309 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R310 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R311 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R312 1-218-652-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R313 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R314 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R315 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R317 1-216-808-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/16W 1608

R318 1-218-652-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R319 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R320 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608

R322 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R323 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R324 1-218-652-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22 1/16W (1608)

R325 1-216-816-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 390 1/16W 1608

R326 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R327 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W 1608

R328 1-216-808-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 82 1/16W 1608

R329 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R330 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R331 1-218-688-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/16W(1608)

R332 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R333 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R334 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R335 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R336 1-218-710-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1608)

R337 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R338 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R339 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R340 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R341 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R342 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R343 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R344 1-218-710-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1608)

R345 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R346 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R347 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R348 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R349 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R350 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R351 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R352 1-218-716-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W(1608)

R353 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R354 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R355 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R500 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R501 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R502 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R503 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R504 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R505 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R506 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R507 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R508 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R509 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R510 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R511 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R512 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R513 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R515 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R518 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R521 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R522 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R523 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R524 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R532 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R533 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R534 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R535 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R536 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R537 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R538 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R600 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R601 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R602 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R603 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R604 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R605 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R606 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R607 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R608 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R609 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R610 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R611 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R612 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R613 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R615 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R618 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R621 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R622 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R623 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R624 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R632 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R633 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R634 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R635 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R636 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R637 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R638 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R700 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R701 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R702 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R703 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R704 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R705 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R706 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R707 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R708 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R709 1-216-797-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10 1/16W 1608

R710 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R711 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R712 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(C BOARD) (FOR VPL-PS10)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R713 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R715 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R718 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R721 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R722 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R723 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R724 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R732 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R733 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R734 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R735 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R736 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R737 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R738 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

RB301 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB302 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB303 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB304 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

RB306 1-233-576-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP NETWORK 100

TH101 1-808-656-11 s THERMISTOR

TH102 1-808-656-11 s THERMISTOR

TP108 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP111 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP112 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP113 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP114 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP115 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP201 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP202 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP203 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP204 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP205 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP206 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP207 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP208 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP209 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP301 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP302 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP303 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP304 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP305 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP306 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP307 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP308 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP309 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP310 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP311 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP500 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP502 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP600 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP602 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP700 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

TP702 1-535-757-11 s CHIP, CHECKER (CONNECTOR)

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F BOARD

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Ref. No.

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1pc A-1241-476-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, F

C1001

!

1-115-166-11 s CAPACITOR,FILM 0.22MF/250VAC

C1002

!

1-107-533-11 s CAPACITOR FILM 1MF/250VAC

CN1001 1-691-960-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 3P

CN1002 1-691-960-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 3P

F1001

!

1-576-233-11 s FUSE (H.B.C.) 6.3A/250V

FH1001 1-533-223-11 s CLIP,FUSE

FH1002 1-533-223-11 s CLIP,FUSE

L1001

!

1-415-967-11 s COIL, CHOKE 5MMH

R1001

!

1-202-847-00 s RESISTOR,SOLID 560K 1/2W

VD1001

!

1-801-268-11 s VARISTOR (TNR14V471K660)

5-30

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G BOARD

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1316-573-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, G

C1101 1-117-228-11 s CAPACITOR,FILM 2.2MF/450V

C1102 1-135-449-11 s CAPCITOR ELECT 220MF/450V

C1103 1-135-449-11 s CAPCITOR ELECT 220MF/450V

C1104 1-117-227-11 s CAPACITOR,PE FILM 1.0MF/450V

C1105 1-137-639-11 s CAP, METALIZED PE FILM 0.47MF

C1106 1-107-909-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/50V

C1107 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1108 1-115-340-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/25V B

C1109 1-163-251-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 100PF/50V

C1110 1-115-786-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 560MF/25V(105C

C1111 1-163-021-91 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.01MF/50V

C1112 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1113 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C1114 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1115 1-136-479-11 s CAPACITOR FILM 0.001MF/100V PP

C1116 1-111-066-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 820MF/25V 105

C1117 1-130-495-00 s CAPACITOR FILM 0.1MF/50V PETP

C1118 1-107-911-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 220MF/50V

C1119 1-126-393-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 33MF/10V(CHIP)

C1120 1-109-994-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF B

C1121 1-137-754-81 s CAP, METALIZED PP FILM 6800PF

C1122 1-115-743-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 3300MF/10V 105

C1123 1-107-823-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.47MF/16V

C1124 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

C1125 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1126 1-126-967-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/50V

C1127 1-163-021-91 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 0.01MF/50V

C1128 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C1129 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1131 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1132 1-109-994-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF B

C1133 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1135 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1138 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1141 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1145 1-135-341-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 330MF

C1151 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1155 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1156 1-126-396-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C1157 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1158 1-126-396-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C1159 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C1160 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1161 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C1162 1-126-391-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 47MF/6.3V(105)

C1163 1-126-397-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 33MF/25V(CHIP)

C1164 1-126-397-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 33MF/25V(CHIP)

C1165 1-126-396-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C1166 1-117-370-11 s CAPASITER CERAMIC 10MF (3216)

C1167 1-107-889-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 220MF/25V

CN1101 1-564-710-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (8P)

CN1102 1-691-960-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 3P

CN1104 1-691-960-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (PC BOARD) 3P

CN1107 1-815-206-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR 50P

CN1108 1-564-714-11 o PIN, CONNECTOR (12P)

D1101 8-719-304-63 s DIODE RM11C (RECTI)

D1102

!

8-719-066-75 s DIODE D6SB80

D1103 8-719-055-30 s DIODE D1FS4A-TA

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(G BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

D1104 8-719-055-30 s DIODE D1FS4A-TA

D1105 8-719-106-99 s DIODE RD16M-B3

D1106 8-719-057-96 s DIODE D10SDC6M-4012

D1107 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1108 8-719-107-13 s DIODE RD18M-B1

D1109 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1110 8-719-510-12 s DIODE D10SC4M

D1111 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1112 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1113 8-719-073-52 s DIODE D2FS6-TA

D1114 8-719-510-12 s DIODE D10SC4M

D1115 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1116 8-719-979-64 s DIODE UF4005PKG23

D1117 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1118 8-719-055-30 s DIODE D1FS4A-TA

D1120 8-719-106-23 s DIODE RD7.5M-B2

D1121 8-719-118-18 s DIODE RD39M-B

D1124 8-719-055-30 s DIODE D1FS4A-TA

D1130 8-719-054-47 s DIODE D3FS4A-TA

D1132 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1133 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1134 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D1135 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D1136 8-719-073-01 s DIODE MA111-(K8).S0

D1137 8-719-914-44 s DIODE DAP202K (DUAL)

D1138 8-719-022-76 s DIODE UZM30B

IC1101 8-749-015-27 s IC MZ1540

IC1102 8-759-670-30 s IC MCZ3001D

IC1103 8-759-533-85 s IC L88M05T-FA-TL

IC1104 8-759-533-85 s IC L88M05T-FA-TL

IC1105 8-759-388-23 s IC TL431BCDR2

IC1107 8-759-650-38 s IC LT1374IS8

IC1109 8-759-592-79 s IC BA00AST

IC1110 8-759-592-79 s IC BA00AST

IC1111 8-759-066-55 s IC TA75W393FU

IC1112 8-759-066-55 s IC TA75W393FU

IC1113 8-759-144-72 s IC UPC358G2-E2

L1101 1-419-302-11 s COIL, CHOKE 250UH

L1102 1-419-987-11 s COIL, CHOKE 1290UH

L1104 1-416-606-11 s COIL, CHOKE (SMD)

L1105 1-409-579-11 s COIL, CHOKE 8.2UH

L1106 1-409-579-11 s COIL, CHOKE 8.2UH

L1107 1-416-948-21 s COIL, CHOKE (SMD)

PH1101 8-749-010-64 s PHOTO COUPLER PC123F2

PH1102 8-749-010-64 s PHOTO COUPLER PC123F2

PH1103 8-749-010-64 s PHOTO COUPLER PC123F2

Q1101 8-729-101-07 s TRANSISTOR 2SB798

Q1102 8-729-101-07 s TRANSISTOR 2SB798

Q1103 8-729-048-69 s TRANSISTOR 2SJ530S-TL

Q1104 8-729-049-51 s TRANSISTOR 2SK2876-01MR-F119

Q1105 8-729-048-69 s TRANSISTOR 2SJ530S-TL

Q1106 8-729-049-51 s TRANSISTOR 2SK2876-01MR-F119

Q1107 8-729-048-69 s TRANSISTOR 2SJ530S-TL

Q1108 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q1109 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q1111 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q1112 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q1113 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(G BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

Q1114 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q1115 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

R1101

!

1-219-363-11 s RESISTOR, CEMENT 5.6/5W (FUSE)

R1102 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1103 1-219-738-11 s RES, 0.08 (REGISTOR, METAL)

R1104 1-220-269-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 330 1/2W (4532)

R1105 1-220-269-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 330 1/2W (4532)

R1106 1-216-063-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.9K 1/10W(2125)

R1107 1-216-065-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(2012)

R1108 1-249-389-11 s RES,CARBON 4.7 1/4W

R1109 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R1110 1-220-338-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/2W (4532)

R1111 1-220-338-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/2W (4532)

R1112 1-220-338-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330K 1/2W (4532)

R1113 1-202-933-61 s RESISTOR, FUSE 0.1 1/2W

R1114 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1115 1-216-095-00 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82K 1/10W(2012)

R1116 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1117 1-216-681-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 18K 1/10W (2012)

R1118 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1119 1-249-417-11 s RESISTOR,CARBON 1K 1/4W(SMALL)

R1120 1-216-681-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 18K 1/10W (2012)

R1121 1-216-647-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/10W (2012)

R1122 1-216-001-00 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10 1/10W(2012)

R1123 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1124 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1125 1-216-677-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/10W(2012)

R1126 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1127 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1128 1-216-001-00 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10 1/10W(2012)

R1129 1-249-401-11 s RES,CARBON 47 1/4W (SMALL)

R1130 1-216-061-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)

R1131 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1132 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1133 1-216-675-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1134 1-216-037-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/10W(2012)

R1135 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1136 1-220-993-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0.68 5025

R1137 1-220-993-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0.68 5025

R1138 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1139 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1140 1-216-061-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)

R1141 1-216-041-00 s RESISTOR, CHIP 470 1/10W(2012)

R1142 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1143 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1144 1-216-667-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(2012)

R1145 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1146 1-216-663-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)

R1148 1-216-075-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 12K 1/10W(2012)

R1151 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1152 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1153 1-216-663-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3.3K 1/10W(2012)

R1154 1-216-691-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1155 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1157 1-216-657-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.8K 1/10W(2012)

R1158 1-216-295-91 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (2012)

R1165 1-216-295-91 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (2012)

R1169 1-216-667-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(2012)

R1171 1-216-025-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W(2012)

5-31

(G BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R1173 1-208-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 36K 1/10W (2125)

R1174 1-208-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 30K 1/10W (2012)

R1175 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1176 1-216-085-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 33K 1/10W(2012)

R1177 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1178 1-216-667-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(2012)

R1179 1-208-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 36K 1/10W (2125)

R1180 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1181 1-216-085-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 33K 1/10W(2012)

R1182 1-208-817-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 30K 1/10W (2012)

R1183 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1186 1-216-667-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/10W(2012)

R1187 1-216-081-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W(2012)

R1188 1-216-081-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W(2012)

R1189 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1190 1-216-081-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W(2012)

R1191 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1192 1-216-075-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 12K 1/10W(2012)

R1193 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1194 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1195 1-216-057-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/10W(2012)

R1196 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1197 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1198 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1199 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1200 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1201 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1202 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1203 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1204 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1205 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1206 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1207 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1208 1-216-085-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 33K 1/10W(2012)

R1209 1-216-081-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W(2012)

R1210 1-216-109-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 330K 1/10W(2012)

R1211 1-216-109-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 330K 1/10W(2012)

R1212 1-216-295-91 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (2012)

RY2101

!

1-755-275-11 s RELAY, AC POWER (12V)

T1101 1-437-301-11 s TRANSFORMER, CONVERTER (PIT)

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GA BOARD (FOR VPL-PX15)

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1316-581-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, GA

C1501 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF

C1502 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF

C1503 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C1504 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF

C1505 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF

C1506 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF

C1507 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C1508 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF

C1510 1-125-838-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 2.2MF/6.3V

C1514 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C1515 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C1516 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V

C1517 1-127-573-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1MFB(2012)

C1518 1-127-573-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1MFB(2012)

C1519 1-115-154-11 s CAPACITOR ELECT 10MF/16V(BP)

CN1501 1-564-710-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (8P)

CN1502 1-564-710-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (8P)

CN1503 1-564-705-11 o PIN,CONNECTOR (3P)

D1501 8-719-055-30 s DIODE D1FS4A-TA

D1502 8-719-055-30 s DIODE D1FS4A-TA

D1505 8-719-157-94 s DIODE RD3.3SB

IC1501 8-759-485-63 s IC MAX1626ESA-TE2

IC1502 8-759-485-63 s IC MAX1626ESA-TE2

IC1503 8-759-349-46 s IC TLC339CPW (E05)

L1501 1-409-579-11 s COIL, CHOKE 8.2UH

L1502 1-416-865-11 s COIL, CHOKE

L1503 1-409-579-11 s COIL, CHOKE 8.2UH

L1504 1-416-865-11 s COIL, CHOKE

Q1501 8-729-048-69 s TRANSISTOR 2SJ530S-TL

Q1502 8-729-048-69 s TRANSISTOR 2SJ530S-TL

Q1503 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q1505 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

R1501 1-216-089-91 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/10W(2012)

R1502 1-216-073-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/10W(2012)

R1503 1-216-049-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/10W(2012)

R1504 1-240-217-11 s RESISTOR,SQURE TYPE 15M

R1505 1-240-217-11 s RESISTOR,SQURE TYPE 15M

R1509 1-216-069-00 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/10W(2012)

R1510 1-218-818-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/2W (4532)

R1512 1-220-221-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 100 1/2W (4532)

R1514 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1515 1-216-041-00 s RESISTOR, CHIP 470 1/10W(2012)

R1516 1-216-093-00 s RESISTOR, CHIP 68K 1/10W(2012)

R1517 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1518 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1519 1-216-101-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 150K 1/10W(2012)

R1520 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1521 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1522 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1523 1-216-097-00 s RESISTOR CHIP 100K 1/10W(2012)

R1524 1-216-105-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 220K 1/10W(2125)

R1525 1-220-274-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.2K 1/2W (4532)

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H BOARD

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1375-222-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, H

C601 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

CN10 1-774-261-11 o CONNECTOR, FFC (ZIF) 24P

D601 8-719-045-61 s DIODE SEC1901C

D602 8-719-045-61 s DIODE SEC1901C

D603 8-719-045-53 s DIODE SEC1801C

D604 8-719-941-86 s DIODE DAN202U

D605 8-719-941-86 s DIODE DAN202U

D606 8-719-941-86 s DIODE DAN202U

D607 8-719-941-86 s DIODE DAN202U

D608 8-719-045-51 s DIODE SEC2422C

D609 8-719-941-09 s DIODE DAP202U

D610 8-719-941-09 s DIODE DAP202U

D611 8-719-941-09 s DIODE DAP202U

D612 8-719-941-09 s DIODE DAP202U

Q601 8-729-028-91 s TRANSISTOR DTA144EUA-T106

R603 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R604 1-216-838-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 27K 1/16W(1608)

R605 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R606 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R607 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R608 1-216-826-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)

R609 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R610 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R611 1-216-824-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608

R612 1-216-838-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 27K 1/16W(1608)

R613 1-216-834-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 12K 1/16W 1608

R614 1-216-831-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.8K 1/16W(1608)

R615 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R616 1-216-826-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.7K 1/16W(1608)

R617 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R618 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R619 1-216-824-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608

R620 1-216-815-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 330 1/16W 1608

S601 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S602 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S603 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S604 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S605 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S606 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S607 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S608 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S609 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S610 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S611 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S612 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

S613 1-771-105-11 s SWITCH, TACTILE

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NF BOARD

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1391-126-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, NF

C071 1-127-573-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1MFB(2012)

CN15 1-691-550-11 s PIN,CONNECTOR (3P)(SMD)(1.5MM)

IC071 8-749-012-17 s IC RS-140-T

R071 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R072 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

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QA BOARD

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1275-201-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QA

C100 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C101 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C102 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C103 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C104 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C105 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C200 1-124-778-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 22MF/6.3V

C201 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C202 1-124-778-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 22MF/6.3V

C203 1-162-921-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH

C204 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C205 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C206 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C207 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C208 1-162-921-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH

C209 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C210 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C211 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C212 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C213 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C214 1-164-227-11 s CAP.CERAMIC 22000PF 10% 25V

C215 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C216 1-126-206-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/6.3V

C217 1-162-915-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 10PF/50V CH

C218 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C219 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C220 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C221 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C222 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C223 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C224 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C225 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C226 1-162-921-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH

C227 1-162-921-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH

C228 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C229 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C230 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C231 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C232 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

CN20 1-793-798-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN21 1-784-292-11 s CONNECTOR, MINIATURE DIN 4P

CN200 1-794-081-11 s CONNECTOR, ROUND TYPE

D100 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

D101 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

D103 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

D104 8-719-158-37 s DIODE RD9.1SB2

D105 8-719-158-37 s DIODE RD9.1SB2

D200 8-719-058-24 s DIODE RB501V-40TE17

D201 8-719-058-24 s DIODE RB501V-40TE17

D202 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D203 8-719-422-12 s DIODE MA8039

D204 8-719-422-12 s DIODE MA8039

D205 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

D206 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

D207 8-719-422-12 s DIODE MA8039

D209 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

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or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

D210 8-719-422-12 s DIODE MA8039

D211 8-719-058-24 s DIODE RB501V-40TE17

D212 8-719-058-24 s DIODE RB501V-40TE17

D213 8-719-058-24 s DIODE RB501V-40TE17

D214 8-719-036-94 s DIODE RD5.6SB-T1

FB200 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB201 1-500-451-11 s MICRO INDUCTOR (CHIP) 41P750S

FB202 1-469-185-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB203 1-414-234-11 s INDUCTOR,FERRITE BEAD

FB204 1-469-185-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB205 1-414-234-11 s INDUCTOR,FERRITE BEAD

FB206 1-469-185-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB207 1-414-234-11 s INDUCTOR,FERRITE BEAD

FB208 1-414-234-11 s INDUCTOR,FERRITE BEAD

FB209 1-414-234-11 s INDUCTOR,FERRITE BEAD

FB210 1-469-185-11 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD

FB211 1-414-234-11 s INDUCTOR,FERRITE BEAD

IC200 8-759-713-00 s IC ST72T631K4M1-XX

IC201 8-759-655-55 s IC UPD72012GB-003-3B4

IC202 8-759-699-27 s IC MAX890LESA-TG068

IC203 8-759-582-91 s IC S-80842ANNP-ED6-T2

IC204 8-759-697-26 s IC RCV4-A1T-MASK-25

J100 1-794-014-11 s PIN, JACK (VIDEO)

J101 1-566-822-21 s JACK (AV-AUDIO)

J200 1-793-994-11 s CONNECTOR, USB

J201 1-779-677-11 s CONNECTOR, USB (B)

L100 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L101 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L102 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L103 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L104 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

Q100 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q101 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q102 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q200 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q201 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q202 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

Q203 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q204 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q205 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q206 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q207 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q208 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q209 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

R100 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R101 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R102 1-216-631-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/10W (2012)

R103 1-216-631-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/10W (2012)

R104 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R105 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R106 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R107 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R108 1-216-631-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/10W (2012)

R109 1-216-631-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/10W (2012)

R110 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R111 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R112 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R113 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(QA BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R114 1-216-631-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/10W (2012)

R115 1-216-631-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/10W (2012)

R116 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R117 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R118 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R119 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R200 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R201 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R202 1-216-836-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 18K 1/16W 1608

R204 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R205 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R206 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R207 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R208 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R209 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R210 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R211 1-216-857-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/16W(1608)

R212 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R213 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R214 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R215 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R216 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R217 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R218 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R220 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R221 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R222 1-216-845-11 s RES.CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W

R223 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR. CHIP 0

R224 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R225 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R226 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R227 1-218-699-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.0K 1/16W(1608)

R228 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R229 1-216-839-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 33K 1/16W 1608

R230 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R231 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R232 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R233 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R234 1-216-799-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 15 1/16W 1608

R235 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R236 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R237 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R238 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R239 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R240 1-216-835-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/16W

R241 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R242 1-216-805-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47 1/16W 1608

R243 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R244 1-216-857-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/16W(1608)

R245 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R246 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R247 1-216-830-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608

R248 1-216-828-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.9K 1/16W 1608

R249 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R250 1-216-830-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608

R251 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R252 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R253 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R256 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R257 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(QA BOARD)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R258 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R259 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R260 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

X200 1-781-163-11 s VIBRATOR, OSCILLATOR

X201 1-767-340-11 s VIBRATOR, CRYSTAL

X202 1-781-163-11 s VIBRATOR, OSCILLATOR

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QB BOARD (FOR VPL-PX15)

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1275-209-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QB

C302 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C303 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C304 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C305 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C306 1-115-566-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF B/6.3V

C307 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C308 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C309 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C310 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C311 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C312 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C313 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C314 1-126-204-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP

C315 1-126-395-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 22MF/16V(CHIP)

C316 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C317 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C319 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C400 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C401 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C402 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C403 1-162-927-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 100PF/50V CH

C405 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C406 1-162-921-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH

C407 1-162-921-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 33PF/50V CH

C408 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C409 1-109-994-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF B

C410 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C411 1-109-994-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 2.2MF B

C412 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C413 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C414 1-164-315-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 470PF/50V CH

C415 1-164-004-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/25V

C701 1-127-760-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF/6.3V

C702 1-127-760-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF/6.3V

C703 1-163-809-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.047MF

C704 1-115-467-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/10V B

C705 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C706 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C707 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C708 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C709 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C710 1-109-982-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 1MF/10V

C711 1-127-760-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF/6.3V

C712 1-126-396-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47MF/16V(CHIP)

C713 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C714 1-127-760-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF/6.3V

C715 1-163-809-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.047MF

C716 1-115-467-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.22MF/10V B

C717 1-117-681-11 s CAPACITOR, ELECT 100MF/16V

C718 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C719 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C720 1-113-985-11 s CAPACITOR,TANTALUM 10MF/20V

C721 1-162-970-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.01MF/25V B

C722 1-124-779-00 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 10MF/16V

C723 1-163-809-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.047MF

C724 1-163-809-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.047MF

C725 1-107-826-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.1MF

C726 1-126-205-11 s CAPACITOR,ELECT 47M/6.3

5-36

(QB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

CN12 1-770-621-21 s PIN, CONNECTOR 4P

CN31 1-785-306-21 o CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD

CN32 1-580-056-21 o PIN,CONNECTOR 3P

CN33 1-779-268-21 o PIN, CONNECTOR (11P)(SMD)(1.5M

CN302 1-784-828-11 s CONNECTOR, D SUB

D300 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D301 8-719-073-11 s DIODE BZA456A

D302 8-719-800-76 s DIODE 1SS226

D303 8-719-024-77 s DIODE HN1D03FU-TE85L

D304 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D305 8-719-800-76 s DIODE 1SS226

D306 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D307 8-719-800-76 s DIODE 1SS226

D308 8-719-158-37 s DIODE RD9.1SB2

D309 8-719-158-37 s DIODE RD9.1SB2

D403 8-719-914-43 s DIODE DAN202K

D404 8-719-914-44 s DIODE DAP202K (DUAL)

D405 8-719-158-37 s DIODE RD9.1SB2

IC300 8-759-082-61 s IC TC4W53FU

IC301 8-759-082-61 s IC TC4W53FU

IC400 8-759-837-47 s IC SN-IRMF2-A0T-OTP

IC402 6-700-325-11 s IC RCV5-A2T-OTP

IC403 8-759-285-61 s IC PC74HC123D-T

IC701 8-759-702-02 s IC NJM062M

IC702 8-759-702-02 s IC NJM062M

IC703 8-752-091-06 s IC CXA1846BN-T4

J300 1-566-822-21 s JACK (AUDIO)

J400 1-695-473-11 s JACK (EARPHONE)

L301 1-414-753-91 s INDUCTOR 4.7UH

L302 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L303 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L400 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L401 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L402 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L403 1-412-363-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD)

L701 1-412-028-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 4.7UH (3225)

L702 1-412-028-11 s INDUCTOR,CHIP 4.7UH (3225)

Q300 8-729-027-58 s TRANSISTOR DTC143ZKA-T146

Q301 8-729-027-58 s TRANSISTOR DTC143ZKA-T146

Q302 8-729-027-58 s TRANSISTOR DTC143ZKA-T146

Q303 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q400 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q401 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q402 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q403 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q404 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q405 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q406 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q407 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q408 1-801-806-11 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EKA

Q701 8-729-907-00 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EU

Q702 8-729-907-00 s TRANSISTOR DTC114EU

Q703 8-729-216-22 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1162-G

Q704 8-729-230-49 s TRANSISTOR 2SC2712-YG

R300 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R301 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R302 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R303 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(QB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R304 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R305 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R306 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R307 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R308 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R309 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R310 1-218-672-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 150 1/16W(1608)

R311 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R312 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R314 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R315 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R316 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R318 1-216-864-11 s CONDUCTOR, CHIP (1608)

R321 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R323 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R324 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R326 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R329 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R332 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R333 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R335 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R350 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R352 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R358 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R359 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R400 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R401 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R402 1-216-830-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608

R403 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R404 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R405 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R408 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R409 1-216-857-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/16W(1608)

R410 1-218-665-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 75 1/16W (1608)

R411 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R412 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R413 1-216-796-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2 1/16W 1608

R414 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R415 1-216-837-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W 1608

R416 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R417 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R418 1-216-830-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 5.6K 1/16W 1608

R419 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R420 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R421 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R422 1-216-793-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7 1/16W 1608

R423 1-216-825-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W 1608

R424 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R425 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R426 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R427 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R428 1-216-853-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470K 1/16W(1608)

R429 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R430 1-216-821-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1.0K 1/16W(1608)

R431 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R432 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R433 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

R434 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R435 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R436 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

(QB BOARD) (FOR VPL-PX15)

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

R437 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R701 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R702 1-218-446-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1 (1608)

R703 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R704 1-216-824-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608

R705 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R706 1-216-814-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 270 1/16W 1608

R710 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R711 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R712 1-218-446-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1 (1608)

R713 1-216-841-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 47K 1/16W 1608

R714 1-216-824-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.8K 1/16W 1608

R715 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R719 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R720 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R721 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W 1608

R722 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/16W

R723 1-216-827-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 3.3K 1/16W 1608

R724 1-216-845-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100K 1/16W(1608)

R725 1-216-833-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1608)

R726 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R727 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R728 1-216-829-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1608)

R729 1-216-814-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 270 1/16W 1608

R730 1-216-842-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 56K 1/16W(1608)

RY300 1-755-384-21 s RELAY

RY301 1-755-384-21 s RELAY

RY302 1-755-384-21 s RELAY

X400 1-781-163-11 s VIBRATOR, OSCILLATOR

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QC BOARD (FOR VPL-PX15 J)

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1275-211-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QC

1pc 1-761-392-21 s PRINTED WIRING BOARD, MICON

1pc 1-815-229-21 s CONNECTOR, CARD

1pc 1-796-014-11 s COMPACT FLASH CARD

1pc 1-815-920-11 s JACK, MODULAR

BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR1220)

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QC BOARD (FOR VPL-PX15 WORLD)

--------

Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1275-210-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, QC

1pc 1-761-392-21 s PRINTED WIRING BOARD, MICON

1pc 1-815-229-21 s CONNECTOR, CARD

1pc 1-796-014-11 s COMPACT FLASH CARD

1pc 1-815-920-11 s JACK, MODULAR

BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR1220)

--------

V BOARD

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc A-1342-606-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, V

CN16 1-573-290-21 s PIN,CONNECTOR (4P)(SMD)(1.5MM)

S10 1-570-504-11 s SWITCH,MICRO

S11 1-570-504-11 s SWITCH,MICRO

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ACCESSORIES

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Ref. No.

or Q’ty Part No. SP Description

1pc 1-476-743-11 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-PJM15)

(VPL-PX10/PX15)

1pc 9-885-010-98 s COVER, BATTERY

(FOR REMOTE COMMANDER)

(VPL-PX10/PX15)

1pc 1-476-556-11 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-PJM11)

(VPL-PS10)

1pc 9-885-005-85 s COVER, BATTERY

(FOR REMOTE COMMANDER)

(VPL-PS10)

1pc 1-790-081-11 s CABLE, USB

1pc 1-791-992-21 s CABLE ASSY (15P D SUBX2)

1pc 1-792-424-11 s CORD, CONNECTION (PS2)

1pc 4-083-534-01 o OPERATING INSTRUCTION

(JAPANESE, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

1pc 4-083-534-11 o OPERATING INSTRUCTION

(ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH)

1pc 4-083-534-21 o OPERATING INSTRUCTION

(GERMAN ITALIAN)

1pc

!

CORD, POWER

(See Section 2, 2-2-19 Power Cord)

1pc 4-084-128-01 o INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR DEALER

(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH,

SPANISH,GERMAN,ITALIAN,

SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

1pc 4-080-676-41 o OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (FOR NW)

(VPL-PX15)(JAPANESE, ENGLISH,

FRENCH,SPANISH,GERMAN,ITALIAN,

SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

VPLL-CT10

4-084-808-01 o MANUAL, INSTRUCTION

(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH,

SPANISH,GERMAN,ITALIAN,

SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

4-085-233-01 o LENS CAP (CT)

VPLL-CW10

4-084-806-01 o MANUAL, INSTRUCTION

(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH,

SPANISH,GERMAN,ITALIAN,

SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

4-085-232-01 o LENS CAP (CW)

5-38

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

Overall Overall

Section 6

Block Diagrams

QB

CN302

INPUT-A

PX10 ONLY

RED (A/B)

GREEN (A/B)

BLUE (A/B)

VD

HD

CN21

S VIDEO

J100

VIDEO

SDA

SCL

QA

J101

AV-AUDIO

IN

J200

USB

J201

USB

CN200

DS1+

DS1-

US+

US-

5V

DAT/RI

CLK

VIDEO/RGB

A/B(IN A/CE)

U-DA,U-CL

PX15 ONLY

QC CM

RED (CE)

GREEN (CE)

BLUE (CE)

VD

HD

IC204

MOUSE

DRIVER

2

IC200

USB PJ

CONT

IC201

USB HUB

CONTROL

SIRCS-U

J300

AUDIO

INPUT-A

BB

(1/3)

V AUDIO-L

V AUDIO-R

NF

IC071

IR-RX

RGB/VIDEO

A/B (IN A/CE)

IC300

IC301

PX15 ONLY

IC703

VOLUME

CONT

IC702

IC701

2

IC400

IRDA

FILTER

SDA,SCL

L

SPEAKER

R

SDAT,AU-CLK

IC402

MOUSE

DRIVER

IC403

TIMER

PX15 ONLY

CM QC

2

TXD-CE,RXD-CE

J400

CONTROL

S-IN

SIRCS-CPU

BB

(2/3)

CVBS

S-Y

S-C

BA

2

IC101

D/A

CONV

IC181

IR-RX

SIRCS-NR

5

IC106

DIGITAL

COMB

FL104

LPF

FL106

LPF

FL105

LPF

IC104

COLOR

DECODER

Y

CR

CB

HS

VS

IC202

RGB

I/F

DTV-R

DTV-G

DTV-B

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

V-R

V-G

V-B

V-HD

V-VD

2

2

SDA,SCL

IC201

EEPROM

2

E-DA,E-CL

C

M.OUT

BB

(3/3)

RED (A/B)

GREEN (A/B)

BLUE (A/B)

VD

HD

DTV-R

DTV-G

DTV-B

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

VIDEO/RGB

A/B(IN A/CE)

RGB/VIDEO

A/B (IN A/CE)

V-R

V-G

V-B

IC302

VIDEO

SW

R

G

B

IC402

A/D

CONV

GRE0-7

IC503(1/2)

SCAN

CONV

GRO0-7

GGE0-7

IC101

D/A

CONV

IC303

SYNC

SEP

V-HD

V-VD

IC305

BUFF

HS

VS

GGO0-7

GBE0-7

2

GBO0-7

DATA CK

HS

SDA PW

SCL PW

GHS

GVS

3D GAMMA

EEPROM

FLASH

VISCA-RS

WRITE

WATCH

TXD

RXD

TXD

RXD

TXD

RXD

TXD

RXD

WSDA

2

IC301

DOC

S601

HSDA

EDA

WSCL

W N

ECL

HSCL

E-DA,E-CL

IC608

EEPROM

RSDA,RSCL

2

SDAT,AU-CLK

2

2

IC703

MAIN

CPU

DVS

KEY0,1

SDA 400K,SCL 400K

U-DA,U-CL

2

2

IC547,548,550,551

IC901,927-930,932-935

2

DRIVER/

RECEIVER

CONTROL

TXD0

RXD0

TXD2

RXD2

TXD4

RXD4

FILT COVER

LAMP COVER

TXD

RXD

DRE0-7

IC601

3D

GAMMA

&

TG

R0-9

DGE0-7 G0-9

DBE0-7 B0-9

IC604-606

IC609,610,616

BUFF

DCLK

DHS

DVS

2

2

POWER CONT

POWER PROT

CE ON

FAN CONT1

FAN CONT2

S501

IC503(2/2)

SCAN

CONV

EMUL

BALAST

IC301

D/A

CONV

R

G

B

IC302

CLAMP

&

AMP

R

G

B

2

CONTROL

SIGNAL

2

IC304

D/A

CONV

CONTROL

SIGNAL

2

IC305

D/A

CONV

CONTROL

SIGNAL

FUNCTION

KEY

H

V

LAMP

G

16.5V

6V

D5V

SUB 5V

D3.3V

DC

SWITCHING

REGURATOR

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC602

LCD

DRIVER

7

4

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC601

LCD

DRIVER

6

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC600

LEVEL

SHIFT

12

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC502

LCD

DRIVER

7

4

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC501

LCD

DRIVER

6

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC702

LCD

DRIVER

7

4

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC701

LCD

DRIVER

6

16.5V

6.4V

CE ON

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC500

LEVEL

SHIFT

12

CONTROL

SIGNAL

IC701

LEVEL

SHIFT

12

F

LINE

FILTER

PX15 ONLY

GA

AC IN

LCD R

LCD G

LCD B

IC505

FLASH

MEMORY

IC506

SRAM

FAN 1

FAN 2

FAN 3

FAN 4

CONTROL

SIGNAL

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

6-1 6-1

BA, BB (1/5), QA (1/2) BA, BB (1/5), QA (1/2)

CN21

S VIDEO

J100

VIDEO

QA

(1/2)

BUFF

Q102

CN20(1/3)

A2

B2

CVBS

CVBS

BB

(1/5)

CN307(1/5)

A2

B2

CN303(1/5)

A2 CVBS

BA

CN101(1/3)

A2

BUFF

Q101

A4

B4

S-Y

S-Y

A4

B4

A3 S-Y A4

BUFF

Q100

A6

B6

S-C

S-C

A6

B6

A4 S-C A6

SDA

SCL

IC101

D/A CONV

14

15

DAC2 5

DAC1 6

DAC0 7

SDA

SCL SW0

SW1

2

1

MUTE 4

CN101(2/3)

15K-CS B30

A

BB (5/5)

BOARD

B

BB (5/5)

BOARD

BB (4/5)

BOARD

C

D

BB (5/5)

BOARD

SDA

SCL

B7

B6

SDA

SCL

DTV-R

DTV-R

B28

A28

DTV-G

DTV-G

B24

A24

DTV-B

DTV-B

B26

A26

DTV-HD A22

DTV-VD B22

E-RESET A5

E-DA

E-CL

A7

A6

RESET SW

Q201

IC201

EEPROM

8 VCC

5

6

SDA

SCL

BUFF

Q101

BUFF

Q103

BUFF

Q102

D103

IC106

DIGITAL COMB

22

VEH1

21 VEH2

20 VEH3

AD IN

CLPO

2

1

AYO 9

25 NTPL2

26 NTPL1

ACO 7

23

PNR

FIN 37

1

IC104

COLOR DECODER

CVBS/Y1 Y OUT 21 69 Y1

IC202

RGB I/F

R OUT 35

BUFF

Q107

FL104

LPF

BUFF

Q109

FL106

LPF

BUFF

Q108

FL105

LPF

BUFF

Q106

BUFF

Q105

BUFF

Q104

44 CVBS/Y2

CR OUT 23

CB OUT 22

43

C2

3

CVBS OUT

HS 9

2

IC102

4

VS 4

2

IC103

4

5

COMB Y

XTAL 38

X101

16.2MHz

7 COMB C

SDA

SCL

46 FSC OUT

19

Y1

44 CVBS/Y3

14 SDA

13

SCL

SCP 10

V,SCP

Q207

31 SCP IN

SDA

SCL

67

68

66

1

65

2

56

55

R-Y1

B-Y1

HS1

HS2

VS1

VS2

SDA

SCL

G OUT

B OUT

37

39

HS OUT 29

VS OUT 28

3

IC205

5

V-R

TP204

BUFF

Q205

V-G

TP203

BUFF

Q204

V-B

TP202

BUFF

Q203

1

IC205

7 6

IC205

2

SUB

5V

IC181

IR-RX

B13

A13

CN101(3/3)

V-R

V-R

B15

A15

B17

A17

V-G

V-G

V-B

V-B

B20 V-HD

B19

A20

B35

A35

V-VD

V-CLP

SIRCS-NR

SIRCS-NR

3

9

R-Y2

PR3

5

11

Y2

Y3

4

10

B-Y2

PB3

1

IC105

4

7

8

HS3

VS3

E

BB (5/5)

BOARD

F

BB (4/5)

BOARD

6-2 6-2

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

BB (2/5), (3/5), NF, QA (2/2), QB BB (2/5), (3/5), NF, QA (2/2), QB

QB

PX10 ONLY

CN302

INPUT-A

SDA

SW

SCL

PX15 ONLY

Q300

RELAY

SW

RY300

PX15 ONLY

Q301

RELAY

SW

RY301

CN31(1/4)

A1 RED (A/B)

B1

RED (A/B)

A3

B3

GREEN (A/B)

GREEN (A/B)

A5

B5

BLUE (A/B)

BLUE (A/B)

K

BB (5/5)

BOARD

PX15 ONLY

QC CM

CN30

RED (CE) 1

GREEN (CE) 3

BLUE (CE) 5

VD

HD

8

7

J300

AUDIO

INPUT-A

G

BB (5/5)

BOARD

QA

(2/2)

J101

AV-AUDIO

IN

J200

USB

J201

USB

CN200

DS1+

DS1-

SUB

3.3V

Q201

Q203

VBUS

US+

US-

5V

3.3V

DAT/RI

CLK

CN20(2/3)

VIDEO/RGB B9

A/B(IN A/CE) B8

Q206

Q209

Q208

H

BB (4/5)

BOARD

U-DA

U-CL

B17

B18

REQ B19

SIRCS U B11

Q207

TP200 TP201

24

28

IC204

MUSE

DRIVER

31

32

DS2+

DS2-

10

3 2

X202

4MHz

28

24

IC200

USB PJ

CONT

31

32

7

32

DS3+

DS3-

Q205

RESET

3 2

X200

24MHz

14

15

42

12

13

BB

(2/5)

CN20(2/3)

B13 V AUDIO-L

B14 V AUDIO-R

CN307(2/5) CN308(1/6)

B13 B13 V AUDIO-L

B14 B14 V AUDIO-R

CN31(2/4)

B13

B14

9

10

IC201

USB HUB

CONTROL

7

8

41

SUB

5V

Q200

5V

IC202

USB 5V

CONT

Q202

Q204

5V

I

BB (4/5)

BOARD

J

BB (5/5)

BOARD

SDAT

AU-CLK

A-CS

CN31(3/3)

B29

A30

A29

RGB/VIDEO A22

40

A/B (IN A/CE) B18

AU-MUTE B30

NR-ON

NF-ON

A19

A20

SIRCS-NR B17 26

25

X201

4MHz

6

IC203

RESET 5V

SUB

5V

NF

IC071

IR-RX

CN15

2 SIRCS-NF

CN32

2

7

6

IC300

5

1

7

6

IC301

5

1

Q303

3

2

6

7

IC400

IRDA

FILTER

5

Q403

PX15 ONLY

Q302

RELAY

SW

RY302

8

9

7

1

20

IC703

VOLUME

CONT

6

15

MUTE

Q702

MUTE

Q701

Q703,704

MUTE

SW

7

8

IC702

1

5

6

IC702

3

7

8

IC701

1

5

6

IC701

3

Q404

Q405

Q407

Q408

10

IC402

MUSE

DRIVER

31

32

3 2

Q406

X400

24MHz

Q402

SUB5V

SENSOR

Q400

10

IC403

TIMER

5

SUB5V

Q401

A8

B8

A7

B7

VD

VD

HD

HD

SDA

SCL

SW

A17 SDA-DDC

A16

SCL-DDC

A18

SW-DDC

4

3

CN12

SP L+

SP L-

2

1

SP R+

SP R-

L

SPEAKER

R

PX15 ONLY

5

6

7

2

3

8

9

10

CN33

USB+

USB-

RXD-CE

TXD-CE

UPGM-CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

CE RESET

CM QC

B22

A24

B19

B23

A23

B20

B16

CN31(4/4)

CE RESET

REQUEST1

SIRCS CPU

URT SW

UPGM-CE

TXD-CE

RXD-CE

L

BB (4/5)

BOARD

B26

SIRCS U

J400

CONTROL

S-IN

CN308(2/6)

SIRCS U

B26

BB

(3/5)

CN307(3/5)

B11

SIRCS U

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

6-3 6-3

BB (4/5), H, V BB (4/5), H, V

BB

(4/5)

H

POWER

SAVE

SUB

5V

TEMP

S601-608

FUNCTION

KEY

S609-613

FUNCTION

KEY

D603

D602

D601

LAMP

D601

POWER

STBY

Q601

LED

DRIVE

CN10

3 KYE0

CN810

3

4 KEY1 4

7 PSAVE LED 7

9 TEMP LED 9

8 LAMP LED 8

10 POWER LED 10

D+5V

V

S10

CN16

1

CN806

FILT COVER 3

S11

LAMP

G BOARD

DC +/-

M

C BOARD

BALLAST

3 LAMP COVER 3

CN811

LAMP CONT 3

LAMP PROT 1

CN304(1/2)

LAMP TEMP A1

PANEL TEMP B1

STATE 15V A22

4

IC803

2

1

4

IC810

2

C

BA BOARD

L

QB BOARD

CN303(2/5)

E-RESET A5

CN308(3/6)

SIRCS CPU B16

REQUEST1 A24

CE RESET B22

WRITE

WATCH

UPGM CE A23

TXD CE(UART) B20

RXD CE(UART) B19

URT SW B23

CN509

TXD

RXD

EXT SW

CN510

TXD

RXD

EXT SW

3

2

5

3

2

5

5/5

5/5

SDA

SCL

5/5

5/5

SDA 400K

SCL 400K

5/5

5/5

HSI

VSI

5/5 DVS

3.3V-1

2

IC701

RESET

1

3.3V-1

2

IC702

RESET 1

IC703

MAIN CPU

SDA1 55

SCL1 57

PE0 34

93 AN0/P40

94

26

AN1/P41

P10

TXD3 117

SCK3 115

PE1 35

P74 114

P73 113

P72 112

28 P12

27 P11

13 P13

DA1/AN7/P47 100

DA0/AN6/P46 99

PD1 45

X701

12.288MHz

6

8

4

SDA OUT

SDA IN

SCL

3

2

1

PC3

PC2

PC0

17

31

19

33

PB4

TCLKC

PB6

TIOCB2

30 IRQ0

49

50

PD5

PD6

PD4 48

PE7 41

PE5 39

38 PE4

21 PA0

101 AN8/P90

102 AN9/P91

65 PG3

TXD2(FWR) 22

RXD2(FWR) 23

FWE 74

MD1 119

MD2 120

RES 71

75

77

XTAL

EXTAL

TXD0 52

RXD0 53

PG4 66

12

10

9

PB0

ZOOM

PC6

TXD4 61

RXD4 60

PG2 64

PG1 63

PG0 62

PE2 36

WDT OVF 67

B17

B18

B19

CN307(4/5)

U-DA

U-CL

REQ

B29

A30

A29

B30

CN308(4/6)

SDAT

AU-CLK

A-CS

AU-MUTE

A19

A20

B17

NR-ON

NF-ON

SIRCS-NR

A35

B35

CN303(3/5)

SIRCS-NR

SIRCS-NR

H

QA (2/2)

BOARD

I

QB BOARD

F

BA BOARD

A+16.5V

5V-1

D+3.3V

IC801

15.5V

REG

IC704

3.3V

REG

IC806

2.5V

REG

IC802

12V

REG

3.3V-1

3.3V-2

2.5V-2

12V-3

A+6V

IC807

5V

REG

IC809

3.3V

REG

IC808

3.3V

REG

5V-3

5V-4

3.3V-3

2

1

IC705

4

48

47

46

45

42

41

CN801

FAN-CONT2

FAN-CONT2

FAN-CONT1

FAN-CONT1

FAN-PROT

FAN-PROT

50 POWER PROT

49 POWER PROT

40

39

CE-ON

CE-ON

38 POWER CONT

37 POWER CONT

8

4

6

7

2

3

CN701

TXD

RXD

FWE

MD1

MD2

RES

FLASH

Q

G BOARD

P

G BOARD

IC503(1/2)

SCAN CONV

D0

D15

105 121

RS OFF

S901

RS ON

2

IC933

1

7 1

IC901

7 6

IC901

2

IC927

1

10

MONO

MULTI

4

12

6

IC928

5

3

1

IC929

2

2

1

IC930

D-FF

5

3

6

TG RESET 5/5

6

IC933

5

3 9

IC929

8

12

IC932

11

13

9

IC932

8

10

6

2

3

CN812

UPGM RS

RXD

TXD

VISCA-RS

2

IC932

3

1

2

IC932

6

4

9

IC934

8

10

11

IC929

10

11

IC935

12

13

9

IC935

8

10

13

IC929

12

2

1

IC928

7

12

IC934

11

13

5

IC935

6

4

2

IC935

3

1

2

IC934

1

3

1

2

IC547

3

12

IC547

11

13

10

IC547

8

9

3

IC550

2

1

2

IC548

3

1

5

IC548

6

4

6

IC550

5

4

8

IC550

9

10

9

IC548

8

10

3

IC551

5

7

6

IC551

2

1

Q524

+3.3V-2

5/5

5/5

SDA PW

SCL PW

+3.3V

X501

VCO

120MHz

41

229

PORT A0

21 PORT A1

TXD

RXD

MCKEXT

153

154

.

A0

A19

163

.

. 237

177

.

218

OSD EN 5/5

N

S501

SG

5

IC502

6

4 3

2

IC502

1

11

IC502

12

13

RAM WE

RAM OE

122

129

BHEN 146

23 PORT A6

65 PORT A5

ROM WE 130

ROM OE 137

83 RESET

NMI 61

PORT A2 22

PORT A7 2

+3.3V-2

IC501

RESET

IC505

FLASH

MEMORY

24

8

A0

A17

DQ0

DQ15

44 45

16

11

28

26

WE

OE

CE

IC506

SRAM

7

1

18

24

A0

A17

DQ0

DQ15

13

16

29

42

35

38

23

17

41

40

WE

OE

UB

6-4 6-4

A28

B27

A27

B26

A30

B29

A29

B28

A26

B25

A25

B32

A32

B31

A31

B30

D9

D10

D11

D12

D5

D6

D7

D8

D13

D14

D15

CN502

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

A11

A12

A13

A14

A7

A8

A9

A10

A15

A16

A17

A18

A19

A4

A5

A6

A0

A1

A2

A3

A7

B6

A6

B5

A9

B8

A8

B7

A5

B4

B3

B2

B1

B12

A12

B11

A11

B10

A10

B9

FOR

EMUL

B22

B13

FCEN

BHENN

B17

B16

B15

B14

ROM WEN

ROM WEN

ROM OEN

ROM OEN

B21

B23

B24

NMI

BOOTWE

VPPEN

B20 RESETN

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

BB (5/5) BB (5/5)

K

QB BOARD

CN308(5/6)

RED (A/B)

RED (A/B)

GREEN (A/B)

GREEN (A/B)

BLUE (A/B)

HD

HD

VD

VD

B1

A1

B3

A3

B5

A5

B7

A7

B8

A8

BB

(5/5)

SDA-DDC

SCL-DDC

A17

A16

5V-1

Q301

SW-DDC

A18

E

BA BOARD

CN303(4/5)

V-R B13

V-R A13

V-G

V-G

V-B

V-B

B15

A15

B17

A17

B

BA BOARD

D

BA BOARD

V-HD B20

V-VD B19

V-CLP

SDA

SCL

E DA

E CL

A20

B7

B6

A7

A6

SDA

SCL

3D GAMMA

EEPROM

CN601

WSDA 3

W

S601

N

WSCL 2

Q604

Q603

5V

IC301

DOC

7

5

6

VCLK

SDA

SCL

8 VCC

LIMIT

Q302

LIMIT

Q303

12V-3

5V-3

IC309

9V

REG

IC401

3.3V

REG

9V-3

3.3V-3

IC303

SYNC SEP

4

H POL 18

V POL 19

GREEN

6 C/H

HD 15

8

VIN VD 13

TH100

SDA

SCL

14

15

SDA

SCL

DAC0 7

DAC3 4

CLAMP 17

DAC4 3

1

IC307

D/A CONV

2

1

SW0 DAC2

SW1 DAC1

5

6

9

IC308

10

8

5

IC308

6

4

2

IC308

3

1

IC306

MONO

MULTI

5

6

IC304

2

11

8

4

15

2

17

6

13

1

IC305

19

18

3

14

7

9

12

16

5

IC302

VIDEO SW

2

5

7

R1

G1

B1 RO 35

TP301

R

TP302

G

11 R2

13 G2

GO 30

TP303

B

BO 27

16

B2

19 SW

1

IC304

7

TP401

HS

TP402

VS

SDA

SCL

4/5

4/5

B28

CN303(5/5)

DTV-R

A28

B24

A24

B26

A26

A22

DTV-R

DTV-G

DTV-G

DTV-B

DTV-B

DTV-HD

B22

B30

DTV-VD

15K-CS

B9

B8

CN307(5/5)

VIDEO RGB

A/B(IN A/CE)

CN308(6/6)

A22

B18

RGB /VIDEO

A/B(IN A/CE)

A

BA BOARD

G

QA(2/2) BOARD

J

QB BOARD

3.3V-3

CLAMP

Q401

7 R IN

IC402

A/D CONV

DRA0 112

DRA7 105

15 G IN

22 B IN

14 SOG IN

DRB0 102

DRB7 95

4/5

4/5

SDA PW

SCL PW

40 HSYNC

28 CLAMP

DGA0 92

DGA7 85

29 SDA

30 SCL

DGB0 82

DGB7 75

SDA 400K 4/5

SCL 400K 4/5

HSI

VSI

4/5

4/5

DBA0

DBA7

72

65

DBB0

DBB7

62

55

SOG OUT 118

DATA CK 115

HS OUT 117

COAST

41

1

IC405

SPECTRUM

SPEED

2

10

X401

16.9344MHz

IC601

3D GAMMA & TG

ROUT0

ROUT9

21

A2-A11

B2-B11

CN305

R0-R9

N

C BOARD

IC503(2/2)

SCAN CONV

168

GRE0

GRE7

DRE0

DRE7

216

143

GRO0

GRO7

127

.

.

GGO0

GGO7

80

GGE0

GGE7

DGE0

DGE7

234

78

GBE0

GBE7

DBE0

DBE7

231

GBO0

GBO7

37

104 GPENSOG

111 GCLK

109 GFBK

96

GCOAST

103 GHS

117 GVS

DCLK 228

DHS 189

DVS 209

249 DCKEXT

4/5 OSD EN

DGE0

DGE1

DGE7 5

IC602

6

4

89

RIN0

RIN7

115 GOSD0

76 GOSD1

30

GOSD2

28 OSD YS

GOUT0

GOUT9

LCD FRP 58

LCD PRG 10

LCD ENV

LCD HST

LCD HCK1

17

DRE0

DRE1

DRE7 2

IC602

3

1

93

116 ROSD0

77 ROSD1

31

ROSD2

BOUT0

BOUT9

74 OSD YM

11

GIN0

GIN7

CNT 1A 5

CNT 1B 53

CNT 2A 6

CNT 2B 54

2

97

98

DBE0

DBE1

LCD VST 7

BIN0

BIN7

123

LCD VCK 8

LCD CG 100

LCD DWN 57

LCD RGT 50

114 BOSD0 LCD RGTX 51

75 BOSD1 AGC SHP 96

29 BOSD2

125 CLKI

81 HSYNC

35 VSYNC

LCD ENB1 101

HSDA

HSCL

119 HSDA

80 HSCL

LCD ENB2 105

RSDA

RSCL

32

RSDA

33

RSCL

48 RESET

DVS 4/5

TP620

HSO

TP621

VSO

2

1

IC616

D F-F

11

IC609

10

5

2

3

4

5

6

2

3

7

8

TP610

FRPRB

IC604

BUFF

18

17

15

14

13

12

3

IC605

BUFF

18

17

16

IC606

BUFF

17

9

3

5

IC609

IC609

IC609

8

4

6

6

7

4

5

8

9

2

5

6

3

4

7

IC610

BUFF

18

17

16

15

14

13

16

15

14

13

13

11

A13-A22

B13-B22

A24-A33

B24-B33

G0-G9

B0-B9

SDA

SCL

A35

B35

A33

B33

A31

B31

DCLK

DCLK

HSO

HSO

VSO

VSO

B28

B29

SDA 100K

SCL 100K

B3

CN304(2/2)

POS-CON1

B2 POS-CON2

B26 FRPRB

B25

B24

B23

B22

B21

B20

FRPG

PRG

ENB

DXR

DXG

DXB

B19

B18

B17

CLXR

CLKG

CLXB

B15 DY RGB

B15

B14

B13

B12

B11

B10

CLY RGB

NRG RGB)

DWN

GDIR

RBDIR

CLP

B9

B8

B7

B6

B5

B4

ENBX1R

ENBX1G

ENBX1B

ENBX2R

ENBX2G

ENBX2B

O

C BOARD

3.3V-2

IC607

RESET

Q401

Q601,602

RESET

SW

IC608

EEPROM

8 VCC

SDA

SCL

5

6

RSDA

RSCL

4/5 TG RESET

IC615

1

2

RESET

6

5

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

6-5 6-5

C C

N

BB (5/5)

BOARD

O

BB (5/5)

BOARD

M

BB (4/5)

BOARD

CN1202

R0-R9

G0-G9

B0-B9

C

A2-A11

B2-B11

A13-A22

B13-B22

A24-A33

B24-B33

5V-3

IC303

SHUNT

REG

CN1201

DCLK

DCLK

CLP

A35

B35

B10

TP108

SDA 100K

SCL 100K

B28

B29

TP112 TP113

SDA

SCL

HSO

HSO

VSO

VSO

B33

A33

B31

A31

POS CON1

POS CON2

B3

B2

FRPRB

FRPG

PRG

ENB

B26

B25

B24

B23

RBDIR

GDIR

B11

B12

DY RGB

CLY RGB

B16

B15

NRG RGB

B14

2

IC106

4 1

IC107

2

4

CLXR

CLXG

CLXB

B19

B18

B17

DXR

DXG

DXB

B22

B21

B20

DWN

B13

ENBX 2R

ENBX 1R

ENBX 2G

ENBX 1G

ENBX 2B

ENBX 1B

B6

B9

B5

B8

B4

B7

5V-1

LAMP TEMP

A1

PANEL TEMP

B11

TP110

TP111

TH102 TH101

NRG RGB

CLXR

CLXG

CLXB

DXR

DXG

DXB

DWN

ENBX 2R

ENBX 1R

ENBX 2G

ENBX 1G

ENBX 2B

ENBX 1B

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPRB

FRPG

PRG

ENB

RBDIR

GDIR

DY RGB

CLY RGB

IC301

D/A CONV

39

48

R0-9 IOR

34

TP306

RED

1

10

G0-9

IOG 32

TP307

GREEN

14

23

B0-9

IOB 28

TP308

BLUE

36

24

1

VREF

CLOCK

IC104

DIVIDE

1/2

5

2

IC302

CLAMP & AMP

RIN

ROUT

41

BUFF

Q304

6 GIN

GOUT 38

BUFF

Q303

BOUT 33

SDA

SCL

11

BIN

21

23

22 SCL

D/A1 29

CLP

SDA

MBRT 34

D/A2 28

1

2

IC105

4 MCLK R

MCLK G

MCLK B

Q302

BUFF

Q301

SDA

SCL

3

2

IC304

D/A CONV

SDA

SCL

AO1 14

AO2 15

AO3 16

AO4 17

AO5 18

AO6 19

AO7

AO8

AO9

AO12

6

9

4

5

VIDEO RR

VIDEO RG

VIDEO RB

VCOM R

VCOM G

VCOM B

DLYCNT R

DLYCNT G

DLYCNT B

SCEN

16.5V

IC109

3.3V

REG

15.5V

STATE 15V

A22

SDA

SCL

IC305

D/A CONV

3

2

SDA

SCL

AO1 14

AO2 15

AO3 16

AO4 17

AO5 18

AO6 19

AO7

AO8

AO9

4

5

6

NRSB R

NRSB G

NRSB B

NRSA R

NRSA G

NRSA B

1

CN1203

R

3 G

5

7

8

B

HV

VD

M.OUT

BUFF

Q604

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPRB

PRG

ENB

RBDIR

IC602

LCD DRIVER

47

46

36

2

11

14

VIDEO I

VIDEO R

FRP

PRG

ENB

DIRCTR

SHOUT1 32

SHOUT2 30

SHOUT3 28

SHOUT4 21

5

6

POSCTR1

POSCTR2

SHOUT5 19

SHOUT6 17

49 CALR

54 MCLK

34 VCOMOFF

58 DLY CTL

35 SIGCNT

VCOM OUT 33

VIDEO O 45

SH IN 44

CAL OUT 50

CAL IN 51

CLK OUT 59

CLK IN 62

CLK OUTX 60

CLK INX 63

TP602

RVID1

VID1

VID3

VID5

VID7

VID9

VID11

LCCOM

TP600

RINV

VPL-PX10/PX15 ONLY

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPRB

PRG

ENB

RBDIR

5

6

POSCTR1

POSCTR2

36 FRP

2 PRG

11 ENB

14 DIRCTR

44 SH IN

IC601

LCD DRIVER

SHOUT1 32

SHOUT2 30

SHOUT3 28

SHOUT4 21

SHOUT5 19

SHOUT6 17

TP601

RVID2

VID2

VID4

VID6

VID8

VID10

VID12

51

62

63

CAL IN

CLK IN

CLK INX

54 MCLK

58 DLY CTL

35

SIGCNT

BUFF

Q504

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPG

PRG

ENB

GDIR

IC502

LCD DRIVER

47

46

36

2

11

14

VIDEO I

VIDEO R

FRP

PRG

ENB

DIRCTR

SHOUT1 32

SHOUT2 30

SHOUT3 28

SHOUT4 21

5

6

POSCTR1

POSCTR2

SHOUT5 19

SHOUT6 17

49 CALR

54 MCLK

34 VCOMOFF

58 DLY CTL

35 SIGCNT

VCOM OUT 33

VIDEO O 45

SH IN 44

CAL OUT 50

CAL IN 51

CLK OUT 59

CLK IN 62

CLK OUTX 60

CLK INX 63

TP502

GVID1

VID1

VID3

VID5

VID7

VID9

VID11

LCCOM

TP600

GINV

VPL-PX10/PX15 ONLY

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPG

PRG

ENB

GDIR

5

6

POSCTR1

POSCTR2

36 FRP

2 PRG

11 ENB

14 DIRCTR

44 SH IN

IC501

LCD DRIVER

SHOUT1 32

SHOUT2 30

SHOUT3 28

SHOUT4 21

SHOUT5 19

SHOUT6 17

TP501

GVID2

VID2

VID4

VID6

VID8

VID10

VID12

51

62

63

CAL IN

CLK IN

CLK INX

54 MCLK

58 DLY CTL

35

SIGCNT

BUFF

Q704

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPRB

PRG

ENB

RBDIR

IC702

LCD DRIVER

47

46

VIDEO I

VIDEO R

SHOUT1 32

SHOUT2 30

SHOUT3 28

SHOUT4 21

49 CALR

54

34

SHOUT5 19

SHOUT6 17

MCLK

VCOMOFF

VCOM OUT 33

58 DLY CTL

35

5

6

POSCTR1

POSCTR2

36

2

11

14

SIGCNT

FRP

PRG

ENB

DIRCTR

VIDEO O 45

SH IN 44

CAL OUT 50

CAL IN 51

CLK OUT 59

CLK IN 62

CLK OUTX 60

CLK INX 63

TP702

BVID1

VID1

VID3

VID5

VID7

VID9

VID11

LCCOM

TP700

BINV

VPL-PX10/PX15 ONLY

POS CON1

POS CON2

FRPRB

PRG

ENB

RBDIR

5

6

POSCTR1

POSCTR2

36 FRP

2 PRG

11 ENB

14 DIRCTR

44 SH IN

IC701

LCD DRIVER

SHOUT1 32

SHOUT2 30

SHOUT3 28

SHOUT4 21

SHOUT5 19

SHOUT6 17

TP701

BVID2

VID2

VID4

VID6

VID8

VID10

VID12

51

62

63

CAL IN

CLK IN

CLK INX

54 MCLK

58 DLY CTL

35

SIGCNT

DY RGB

CLY RGB

NRG RGB

CLXR

DXR

ENBX 2R

ENBX 1R

GDIR

DWN

FRPRB

IC600

LVEL SHIFT

10 DY IN

9 CLY IN

11

7

8

16

17

18

5

NRG IN

CLX1 IN

DX IN

ENBX2 IN

ENBX1 IN

DIRX IN

DIRY IN

DY 43

CLY 42

CLY 41

NRG 40

CLX1 35

CLX1 34

DX 33

ENBX2 30

ENBX1 29

DIRX

27

DIRY 26

19 NRSC

21 NRSB

20 NRSA

NRS 22

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

DIRY

Q600,601

NRS

BUFF

Q602, 603

NRS

BUFF

DY RGB

CLY RGB

NRG RGB

CLXG

DXG

ENBX 2G

ENBX 1G

GDIR

DWN

FRPG

IC500

LVEL SHIFT

10 DY IN

9 CLY IN

11

7

8

16

17

18

5

NRG IN

CLX1 IN

DX IN

ENBX2 IN

ENBX1 IN

DIRX IN

DIRY IN

DY 43

CLY 42

CLY 41

NRG 40

CLX1 35

CLX1 34

DX 33

ENBX2 30

ENBX1 29

DIRX 27

DIRY 26

19 NRSC

21 NRSB

20 NRSA

NRS 22

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

DIRY

TP201

TP202

TP203

TP205

TP206

TP207

Q500, 501

TP208

NRS

BUFF

Q502, 503 TP209

NRS

BUFF

VPL-PX10/PX15

DY RGB

CLY RGB

NRG RGB

CLXB

DXB

ENBX 2B

ENBX 1B

GDIR

DWN

FRPRB

IC700

LVEL SHIFT

10 DY IN

9 CLY IN

11

7

8

16

17

18

5

NRG IN

CLX1 IN

DX IN

ENBX2 IN

ENBX1 IN

DIRX IN

DIRY IN

DY 43

CLY 42

CLY 41

NRG 40

CLX1 35

CLX1 34

DX 33

ENBX2 30

ENBX1 29

DIRX 27

DIRY 26

19 NRSC

21 NRSB

20 NRSA

NRS 22

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

DIRY

Q700,701

NRS

BUFF

Q702, 703

NRS

BUFF

VPL-PS10

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB1

ENB2

DIRY

DIRX

NRS1

NRS2

CN1210

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

LCCOM

LCCOM

DY

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

10

26

9

6

27

11

12

13

8

3

5

VID1

VID3

18

19

VID5

VID7

20

21

VID9

VID11

22

23

7

25

1

30

2

LCD B

6-6 6-6

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

F, G, GA F, G, GA

AC IN

CN1002

AC (L)

AC (N) 3

1

F

G

L1001

LINE

FILTER

CN1001

1

3

AC (L)

AC (N)

1

CN1102

3

D1102

13

L1101

PFCT

7,8

11

2,3

IC1101

POWER FACTOR CONT

5

LSENSE DRAIN 1

AC SENSE

CATHODE

3

10

VCC 9

Q1101

RELAY

DRIVE

D1101

Q1102

IC1102

MAIN SWITCHING

18 VD VG(H) 16

1 VSENSE

VS 15

VG(L) 12

OCP

VC1

F/B

9

8

2

Q1104

PWM

CONT

Q1106

PWM

CONT

1

T1101

PIT

14

13

12

D1110

D1106

11

3

5

10

9

D1114

8

6

7

PH1101

ISOLATER

PH1102

ISOLATER

Q1109,1111

PROTECT

PH1103

ISOLATER

Q1112

PROTECT

Q1103

Q1105

D1137

1

3

CN1104

DC(+)

DC(-)

TO

BALLAST

3

IC1111

1

2

5

IC1111

7

6

1

IC1107

DC-DC

CONV

8

Q1115

1-4

CN1107(1/2)

16.5V

21-24 D3.3V

49,50 POWER PROT

P

BB (4/5)

BOARD

Q1107

Q1103

5V

REG

Q1104

5V

REG

1

3

2 7

IC1112

POW ON DELAY

6

5

9-12

17,18

+6V

D5V

29-32 SUB 5V

Q1108

IC1105

SHUNT REG

37,38

39,40

POWER ON

CE ON

7

1

2

3

CN1101

CE ON

16.5V

6.4V

6.4V

PX15 ONLY

GA

Q

BB (4/5)

BOARD

CN1107(2/2)

FAN CONT1

FAN CONT1

45

46

FAN CONT2

FAN CONT2

47

48

FAN PROT

FAN PROT

41

42

5

IC1113

7

3

IC1113

1

Q1113,1114

FAN PROT

SWITCH

5

IC1109

FAN REG

SCIROCCO

4

5

IC1110

FAN +B3

REG

4

D1134

D1135

1

2

CN1108

FAN1

FAN PRO1

4

5

FAN2

FAN PRO2

7

8

FAN3

FAN PRO3

10 FAN4

11

FAN PRO4

FAN 1

FAN 2

FAN 3

FAN 4

6-7 6-7

Section 7

Diagrams

Note:

.....

Parts marked “

*

” differ according to the model/destination. Refer to the mount table for each function.

.....

The parts marked “ # ” on schematic diagrams are not mounted.

.....

All capacitors are in

µ

F unless otherwise noted. pF:

µµ

F 50WV or less are not indicated except for electrolytics.

.....

All electrolytics are in 50 V unless otherwise specified.

.....

: fusible resistor

.....

: nonflammable resistor

.....

: internal component

.....

: panel designation and adjustment for repair

.....

Caution when replacing chip parts

New parts must be attached after removal of the chip.

Be careful not to heat the minus side of a tantalum capacitor, because it is easily damaged by the heat.

Reference information

RESISTOR RN

RC

FPRD

FUSE

RS

RB

RW

: METAL FILM

: SOLID

: NONFLAMMABLE CARBON

: NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE

: NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE

: NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT

: NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND

: ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR

COIL LF-8L

CAPACITOR TA

PS

PP

PT

MPS

MPP

ALB

ALT

ALR

: MICRO INDUCTOR

: TANTALUM

: STYROL

: POLYPROPYLENE

: MYLAR

: METALIZED POLYESTER

: METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE

: BIPOLAR

: HIGH TEMPERATURE

: HIGH RIPPLE

[Measuring conditions, voltage and waveform]

.....

A voltage value is the reference value between the measurement point and the earth, when the RGB color bar signal is received from the color bar generator (digital multi-meter used: 10 M ohms/

V DC).

.....

Unit of voltage is V (volt).

(Voltage variations may occur due to normal production tolerances.)

.....

: B line

.....

No mark : RGB color bar signal.

.....

The marking shown by parenthesis ( ) indicates model VPL-PS10.

.....

: Signal path.

The components identified marked critical for safety.

Les composants identifiés par la marque sont critiques pour la sécurité.

!

Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.

!

are

Replace only with the part number specified.

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

7-1 7-1

1

7-1. Frame Schematic Diagram

2

3

4

VISCA-RS

SUB+5V 1

RXD

TXD

GND

EXT SW

4

5

2

3

UPGM RS 6

FLASH

GND

TXD

RXD

RES

VIN

FWE

MD1

MD2

6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

3D GAMMA EEPROM

+5V

W SCL

W SDA

GND

1

2

3

4

WATCH

VCC

RXD

TXD

GND

EXTSW

WDTEN

GND

6

7

4

5

1

2

3

WRITE

VCC

RXD

TXD

GND

EXTSW

WDTEN

GND

5

6

7

3

4

1

2

5

A B C

Frame (1/3) Frame (1/3)

FOR EMUL

CN502 70P

BB

(1/3)

SCAN CONVERTER

TG

CPU

REG

CN307 50P

CN20 50P

QA

INPUT TERMINAL

(VIDEO/USB/MOUSE)

7-2

D

7-2

E

LAMP

BALLAST

DC(+) 1

N.C

2

DC(-) 3

AC INLET

1

2

3

AC(L)

N.C

AC(N)

F

FILTER

CN1001 3P

FAN1 FAN2 FAN3 FAN4

CN811 5P

GND

GND

D+5V(5V-2)

D+5V(5V-2)

GND 19

15

16

17

18

GND

D+3.3V

D+3.3V

D+3.3V

D+3.3V

24

20

21

22

23

GND

GND

GND

GND

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

25

26

27

28

29

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

GND

30

31

32

33

GND

GND

34

35

A+16.5V

A+16.5V

A+16.5V

A+16.5V

3

4

1

2

GND

GND

GND

GND

A+6V

A+6V

A+6V

A+6V

GND

GND 14

10

11

12

13

7

8

5

6

9

GND 36

37 POEWR CONT

POEWR CONT 38

39 CE-ON

CE-ON 40

FAN-PROT

FAN-PROT

41

42

FANPROT CE 43

FANPROT CE 44

FAN-CONT1 45

FAN-CONT1

FAN-CONT2

FAN-CONT2

POWER_PROT

POWER_PROT

46

47

48

49

50

CN1108 12P

1

2

3

DC(+)

N.C

DC(-)

7

8

5

6

9

3

4

1

2

+16.5V

+16.5V

+16.5V

+16.5V

GND

GND

GND

GND

+6V

15

16

17

18

19

10

11

12

13

14

+6V

+6V

+6V

GND

GND

25

26

27

28

29

20

21

22

23

24

GND

GND

D5V

D5V

GND

GND

D3.3V

D3.3V

D3.3V

D3.3V

GND

GND

GND

GND

SUB5V

SUB5V

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

46

47

48

49

50

SUB5V

SUB5V

GND

GND

GND

GND

POWER ON

POWER ON

CE ON

CE ON

41

42

FAN PROT

FAN PROT

43 FAN PROT(CE)

44 FAN PROT(CE)

45 FAN CONT 1

FAN CONT 1

FAN CONT 2

FAN CONT 2

POWER PROT

POWER PROT

G

ACTIVE FILTER

CONVERTER

REG

FAN DRIVE

CN1101 8P

CN1102 3P

TO GA BOARD

CN1502

F

B-SS1721-WW-FRAME-P1

G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

Frame (2/3) Frame (2/3)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A

NF

FRONT

RECIVER

SUB+5V

SIRCS-NF

GND

1

2

3

3

4

1

2

SP_R-

SP_R+

SP_L-

SP_L+

CN32 3P

1

2

3

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SIRCS-NF

GND

QB

INPUT TERMINAL

CIRCS

INPUT SELECT

AUDIOPROCESS

QC

WINDOWS CE

(PX15 ONLY)

5V

5V

5V

5V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

URTSW(GND)

REQUEST1

R-C

GND

GND

G-C

G-C

GND

GND

B-C

UPGM(GND)

GND

UART TX

GND

UART RX

GND

R-C

GND

USB+

DET-C

M CLK

GND

M DATA

GND

K CLK

GND

K DATA

GND

RESET

PROT

B-C

GND

GND

H-C

H-C

GND

GND

V-C

V-C

GND

CE+5V

USB-

5V

5V

5V

5V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

6

7

8

URTSW(GND)

REQUEST1

9

10

9

10

UPGM(GND) 11 11

6

7

8

GND

UART TX

12 12

13 13

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

G-C

GND

GND

B-C

B-C

GND

GND

H-C

H-C

GND

GND

GND

R-C

14 14

UART RX 15 15

16

17

16

17

R-C

GND

GND

G-C

18

19

20

21

18

19

20

21

22 22

23 23

24 24

25 25

26

27

28

29

30

31

26

27

28

29

30

31

GND

V-C

V-C

GND

CE+5V

USB-

32

33

34

35

36

37

32

33

34

35

36

37

GND

USB+

DET-C

38

39

40

38

39

40

M CLK 41 41

GND 42 42

M DATA 43 43

GND 44 44

K CLK 45 45

GND 46 46

K DATA 47 47

GND

RESET

PROT

48 48

49 49

50 50

CM

CONNECTOR

(PX15 ONLY)

+5V(CE)

+5V(CE)

GND

GND

+3.3V(CE)

+3.3V(CE) 6

GND

GND

7

8

3

4

5

1

2

CE+5V

USB+

USB-

GND

RXD-CE

TXD-CE

UPGM-CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

CE RESET 10

GND 11

7

8

9

4

5

6

1

2

3

RED(CE) 1

GND

GREEN(CE)

GND

2

3

4

BLUE(CE)

GND

HD

VD

7

8

5

6

GND 9

AUDIO-L(CE) 10

GND 11

AUDIO-R(CE) 12

4

5

6

1

2

3

9

10

7

8

11

CE+5V

USB+

USB-

GND

RXD-CE

TXD-CE

UPGM-CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

CE RESET

GND

9

10

7

8

5

6

11

12

1

2

3

4

RED(CE)

GND

GREEN(CE)

GND

BLUE(CE)

GND

HD

VD

GND

AUDIO-L(CE)

GND

AUDIO-R(CE)

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

2

+16.5V

+6.4V

+6.4V

GND

GND

GND

CE ON

FAN PROT(CE)

GA

WINDOWS CE

POWER SUPPLY

(PX15 ONLY)

CN1503 3P

+5V(CE)

+5V(CE)

GND

GND

+3.3V(CE)

+3.3V(CE) 6

GND

GND

7

8

3

4

5

1

2

TO G BOARD

CN1101

RED(A/B)

RED(A/B)

GND

GND

A1

B1

A1

B1

A2 A2

B2 B2

GREEN(A/B) A3 A3

GREEN(A/B)

GND

B3 B3

A4 A4

RED(A/B)

RED(A/B)

GND

GND

GREEN(A/B)

GREEN(A/B)

GND

GND

BLUE(A/B)

GND

BLUE(A/B)

B4 B4

A5 A5

BLUE(A/B)

GND

GND

HD

HD

VD

B5

A6

B6

A7

B7

A8

B5

A6

B6

A7

B7

A8

BLUE(A/B)

GND

GND

HD

HD

VD

VD

GND

GND

A+12V

B8

A9

B9

A10

B8

A9

B9

A10

VD

GND

GND

A+12V

NC

A+12V

B10 B10

A11 A11 A+12V

NC B11 B11

A+12V

GND

A+5V(5V-3)

A12

B12

A13

A12

B12

A13

A+12V

GND

A+5V(5V-3)

V AUDIO-L

A+5V(5V-3)

B13 B13

A14 A14

V AUDIO-L

A+5V(5V-3)

V AUDIO-R B14 B14

A15 A15 GND

GND

SCL-DDC

B15

A16

B15

A16

V AUDIO-R

GND

GND

SCL-DDC

SIRCS-CPU B16 B16 SIRCS-CPU

SDA-DDC

SIRCS-NR

A17 A17

B17 B17

SDA-DDC

SIRCS-NR

SW-DDC A18 A18

A/B(IN A/CE) B18 B18

SW-DDC

A/B(IN A/CE)

NR-ON A19 A19

RXD CE(UART) B19 B19

NF-ON A20 A20

NR-ON

RXD CE(UART)

NF-ON

TXD CE(UART) B20 B20

GND A21 A21

GND B21 B21

TXD CE(UART)

GND

GND

VIDEO/RGB A22 A22

CE RESET B22 B22

UPGM CE A23 A23

VIDEO/RGB

CE RESET

URT SW B23 B23

UPGM CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

GND

A24 A24

B24 B24

REQUEST1

GND

GND

GND

GND

A25 A25

B25 B25

A26 A26

SIRCS-U B26 B26

GND

GND

A27

B27

A27

B27

GND

GND

GND

SIRCS-U

GND

GND

N.C.

A28 A28

N.C.

B28 B28

A-CS

SDAT

AU-CLK

A29

B29

A29

B29

A-CS

SDAT

A30 A30 AU-CLK

AU-MUTE

5V-4

5V-4

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SUB+5V(5V-1)

B30

A31

B31

GND

GND

A32

B32

A32

B32

N.C.

A33 A33

N.C.

B33 B33

GND

GND

A34

B34

A35

B35

B30

A31

B31

A34

B34

A35

B35

AU-MUTE

5V-4

5V-4

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SUB+5V(5V-1)

CN806 4P

CN16 4P

V

SW

FAN

7-3

B C D

7-3

E

BB

(2/3)

SCAN CONVERTER

TG

CPU

REG

CN810 24P

CN10 24P

H

CONTROL PANEL

F

GND

GND

CVBS

GND

S-Y

A1

B1

A2

B2

A3

A1

B1

A2

B2

A3

GND

S-C

GND

E-RESET

B3

A4

B4

A5

B3

A4

B4

A5

N.C.

B5 B5

E-CL A6 A6

SCL

E-DA

SDA

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

VB-Y

SUB5V

B6

A7

B7

A8

B8

A9

B9

A10

B6

A7

B7

A8

B8

A9

B9

A10

SCL

F-DA

SDA

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

B10 B10

A11 A11

VB-Y

SUB5V

VR-Y

GND

GND

V-R

V-R

GND

B11 B11 VR-Y

A12

B12

A13

B13

A14

A12

B12

A13

B13

A14

GND

GND

V-R

V-R

GND

GND

V-G

V-G

GND

GND

B14 B14

A15 A15

GND

V-G

B15

A16

B16

B15

A16

B16

V-G

GND

GND

GND

GND

CVBS

GND

S-Y

GND

S-C

GND

F-RESET

N.C.

F-CL

V-B

V-B

GND

GND

A17

B17

A18

B18

A17

B17

A18

B18

V-B

V-B

GND

GND

N.C.

A19 A19

V-VD B19 B19

N.C.

V-VD

V-CLP

V-HD

GND

A20 A20 V-CLP

B20

A21

B20

A21

V-HD

GND

GND B21 B21 GND

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

GND

GND

DTV-G

DTV-G

GND

GND

DTV-B

DTV-B

GND

GND

DTV-R

DTV-R

GND

A9V

A5V

A9V

A5V

A22

B22

A23

B23

A24 A24

B24 B24

DTV-G

DTV-G

A25 A25 GND

B25

A26

B26

A27

B27

A28

B28

GND

GND

VY

A29

B29

A30

A29

B29

A30

GND

GND

VY

15K-CS B30 B30

GND A31 A31

15K-CS

GND

B31

A22

B22

A23

B23

B25

A26

B26

A27

B27

A28

B28

B31

A32 A32

B32 B32

A33

B33

A33

B33

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

GND

GND

GND

DTV-B

DTV-B

GND

GND

DTV-R

DTV-R

GND

A9V

A5V

A9V

A5V

GND

GND

SIRCS-NR

SIRCS-NR

A34 A34

B34 B34

GND

GND

A35

B35

A35

B35

SIRCS-NR

SIRCS-NR

BA

D.COMB

CHROMA DECODER

RGB INTERFACE

G

B-SS1721-WW-FRAME-P2

H

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

A

VPL-PX10/PX15 ONLY

LCD

G

CN1205 30P

B

VPL-PS10 ONLY

CN1206 30P

LCD

G

C

Frame (3/3) Frame (3/3)

LCD

R

CN1207 30P

C

(1/2)

DA CONVERTOR

LCD DRIVER

CN1201 70P

CN304 70P

BB

(3/3)

SCAN CONVERTER

TG

CPU

REG

CN305 70P

CN1202 70P

C

(2/2)

DA CONVERTOR

LCD DRIVER

CN1208 30P

LCD

R

7-4

D

7-4

E

LCD

B

CN1209 30P

R

GND

G

GND

B

GND

HV

VD

+5V

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

M.OUT

CN1210 30P

LCD

B

B-SS1721-WW-FRAME-P3

F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

7-2. Schematic Diagrams and Printed Wiring Boards

FB208

CN200

FB209

J201

J200

C219

R205

C210

X200

IC200

C216

J101

X201

TP200

IC201

TP201

Q203

C200

C102

J100

R114

R222

R223

C214

R117

R107

R101

Q101

D101

R252

C229

X202

Q209

D212

D214

C225

C232

C228

R221

CN21

R212R217

C202

FB201

QA

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

QA BOARD

*

: B SIDE

D100 * B-3

D101 B-3

D103 * C-3

D104 C-3

D105 D-3

D200

*

C-3

D201 * A-2

D202 B-2

D203 * D-3

D204

*

D-3

D205 * D-3

D206

*

E-3

D207 E-3

D209

*

E-3

D210 E-4

D211

*

B-2

D212 B-2

D213

*

B-3

D214 A-2

IC200 B-1

IC202 D-3

IC203 B-2

IC204 B-2

IIC201 B-3

Q100

*

B-3

Q101 B-3

Q102 C-3

Q200 * B-1

Q201

*

C-3

Q202

*

B-1

Q203 C-3

Q204 * A-1

Q205 B-1

Q206 B-2

Q207

*

B-2

Q208

*

B-2

Q209 B-2

TP200 C-3

TP201 C-3

QA QA

JL120

JL108

JL109

JL107

JL113

JL115

JL117

R211

C203 C208

R216

JL112

JL118

Q204

R230

R229

R253

JL119

C201

Q200

R259

Q202

C221

C220

R206

Q208 Q207

R105 R106

Q100

C231

C230

R251

R247

R250

R249

R248

R237

R232

R238

R234

R233

JL105

R115

L102

C207

C206

C211

R201

JL102

R260

Q201

R118

JL106

JL104

L103

JL103

R227

JL209

C223

JL206

JL205

JL210

JL207

QA

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

JL200

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-5 7-5

E F G H

1

4

5

2

3

QA (1/2) QA (1/2)

CVBS

S-Y

J101

AV-AUDIO IN

C

S

CN21

4P

C

Y

2

4 3

1

J100

VIDEO

5V-3

Q100

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

BUFF +5V

L102

0µH

L100

0µH

R102

150

1/10W

:RN-CP

L101

0µH

VIDEO

Y

R108

150

1/10W

:RN-CP

C100

4.7

10V

B:CHIP

R103

150

1/10W

:RN-CP

D100

RD5.6SB-T1

PROTECT

R109

C101

47

16V

150

1/10W

:RN-CP

:AL-CP

R100

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

2.4

R112

22k 1/16W :CHIP

C102

47

16V

:AL-CP

R114

150

1/10W

:RN-CP

R115

150

1/10W

:RN-CP

C104

10

20V

:TA-CP

D103

RD5.6SB-T1

PROTECT

D101

RD5.6SB-T1

PROTECT

R113

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

R104

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

R101

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

R105

100

1/16W

:CHIP

2.4

1.8

R106

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C

2.4

Q101

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

BUFF

R117

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R107

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

C103

1

10V

B:CHIP

1.7

R111

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

Y

R110

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R116

100

1/16W

:CHIP

VIDEO

1.7

Q102

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

BUFF

A-R

S-C

S-Y

CVBS

V-AU-R

L103

0µH

R118

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

D104

RD9.1SB2-T1

PROTECT

V-AU-L

A-L

L104

0µH

R119

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

C105

10

20V

:TA-CP

D105

RD9.1SB2-T1

PROTECT

SUB+3.3V

3.3V

U-DA

U-CL

REQ

+3.3V

SUB+5V

5V

+5V

S-C

INPUTA/INPUTB

VIDEO/RGB

A+5V

5V-3

SIRCS-U

JL112

+5V

MS-USB

V-AU-L

V-AU-R

CN20

50P

A1 GND

B1

A2

GND

CVBS

B2 CVBS

A3

B3

GND

GND

A4

B4

S-Y

S-Y

A5

B5

GND

GND

A6 S-C

B6

A7

S-C

GND

B7 GND

A8 N.C.

B8

A/B(INPUTA/CE)

A9 N.C.

B9 VIDEO/RGB

A10 N.C.

B10 N.C.

A11 N.C.

B11 SIRCS-U

A12 GND

B12 GND

A13 A+5V(5V-3)

B13 V AUDIO-L

A14 A+5V(5V-3)

B14 V AUDIO-R

A15 GND GND

B15 GND

A16 N.C.

B16 GND

A17 N.C.

B17 U-DA

A18 N.C.

B18 U-CL

A19 N.C.

B19 REQ

A20 N.C.

B20 GND

A21 SUB+3.3V

B21 SUB+3.3V

A22 SUB+3.3V

B22 SUB+3.3V

A23 N.C.

B23 N.C.

A24 SUB+5V(5V-1)

B24 SUB+5V(5V-1)

A25 SUB+5V(5V-1)

B25 SUB+5V(5V-1)

QA

(1/2)

(VIDEO IN,BUFFER)

B-SS1721-WW-QA-P1

A B C

7-6

D

7-6

E F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

QA (2/2) QA (2/2)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A

VBUS

FB200

0UH

3.3V

D200

RB501V-40TE-17

PROTECT

R260

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q201

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

PW ON SW

0

R210

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R207

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

3.2

C200

22

6.3V

:AL-CP

Q203

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

R218

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

C211

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R201

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

C206

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R200

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

C207

0.1 25V B:CHIP

US+

US-

DS1+

DS1-

US-

TP201

US+

TP200 C214

0.022

B:CHIP

R224 15 1/16W :CHIP

R225 15 1/16W :CHIP

R226 15 1/16W :CHIP

R228 15 1/16W :CHIP

R222

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

R223

0

RESET

R235

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

R236

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

R231

15

1/16W

:CHIP

R232

15

1/16W

:CHIP

R237 15k 1/16W :CHIP

R238 15k 1/16W :CHIP

R239 15k 1/16W :CHIP

R240

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC201

µPD72012GB-003-3

B4

USB HUB CONTROL

R234

15

1/16W

:CHIP

R233

15

1/16W

:CHIP

3.3V

R205

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

D201

RB501V-40TE-17

PROTECT

2.7

+5V

R202

18k

1/16W

:CHIP

R208

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q200

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

PW ON SW

0

5.0

R259

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

4.9

0

Q202

2SC2712YG-TE85L

SW

R204

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R206

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

C201

1

10V

B:CHIP

Q204

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

R214

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C209

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R220

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

C212

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

C213

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

X201

4MHz

C215

10p

CH:CHIP

C218

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

C217

10p

CH:CHIP

R215

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

+3.3V

IN

IN

ON

GND

FANLT

OUT

OUT

SET

C216

100

6.3V

:AL-CP

C219

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

IC202

MAX890LESA-TG068

USB 5V CONT

R227

2k

1/16W

:RN-CP

QA (2/2) MAX890LESA-TG068 (IC202)

IN

IN

1

2

FAULT 8

N

ON

3

P

6

7

OUT

OUT

P

REPLICA

AMPLIFIER

ON

P

ON

CURRENT-LIMIT

AMPLIFIER

1.24V

5 SET

CONTROL

CIRCUITRY

HOT

4

GND

Q205

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

2.8

0

RESET

SUB+5V

5V

FB201

0UH

C202

22

6.3V

:AL-CP

REQ

C203

33p

CH:CHIP

+5V

R211

1M

1/16W

:CHIP

C204

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

X200

24MHz

0.9

0.9

R216

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C208

33p

CH:CHIP

C210

0.01

B:CHIP

R213

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

0.9

0

IC200

ST72T631K4M1-XX

USB PJ CONTROLER

VPP

PB5

PB4

PB3

PB2

PB1

VDD

OSCOUT

USBVCC

OSCIN

VDDA

USBDM

VSS

PC2

USBDP

VSSA

PC1

PC0

RESET

N.C.

PB7

PB6

PA0

PA1

N.C.

N.C.

N.C.

PA2

PA3

PA4

PA5

PA6

PA7

PB0

5V

0

0

0

0

5.0

5.0

R209

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C205

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R212

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

DS3-

DS3+

R217

100

1/16W

:CHIP

U-DA

R221

100

1/16W

:CHIP

U-CL

R229

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

R230

#

D202

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

C220

1

10V

B:CHIP

OUT

VDD

VSS

N.C.

C221

#

C222

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

IC203

S-80842ANNP-ED6-

T2

RESET

MS-USB

J200

USB

FB204

0UH

FB203

0UH

FB202

0UH

X202

24MHz

R245

75

1/16W

:RN-CP

R244

1M

1/16W

:CHIP

R248

3.9k

1/16W

:CHIP

R250

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

C229

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R247

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

R249

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C226

33p

CH:CHIP

C227

33p

CH:CHIP

C225

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R243

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

R246

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

D211

RB501V-40TE-17

PROTECT

VDD

X2

PB5

PB4

PB3

PB2

PB1

X1

VSS

PC2

PC1

PC0

RESET

N.C.

PB7

PB6

VPP

VDDA

USBVCC

USB-

USB+

VSSA

PA0

PA1

N.C.

N.C.

N.C.

PA2

PA3

PA4

PA5

PA6

PA7

PB0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

C230

100p

CH:CHIP

C231

100p

CH:CHIP

IC204

RCV4-A1T-MASK-25

RCV4

MOUSE DRIVER

R251

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

FB206

0UH

D212

RB501V-40TE-17

PROTECT

D214

RD5.6SB-T1

PPOTECT

C232

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

SIRCS-U

R256

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R257

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

R258

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

0.1

Q207

DTC144EKA-T146

INV BUFF

C223

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

FB205

0UH

D203

UDZ-TE-17-3.9B

PROTECT

R252

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

D204

UDZ-TE-17-3.9B

PROTECT

D213

D205

RD5.6SB-T1

PROTECT

RB501V-40TE-17

PROTECT

C228

100

16V

:AL-CP

C224

1

10V

B:CHIP

Q208

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

0

FB210

0UH

FB207

0UH

J201

USB

FB211

0UH

D210

UDZ-TE-17-3.9B

PROTECT

5V-3

+5V

D207

UDZ-TE-17-3.9B

PROTECT

0.4

Q206

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

R253

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

0

0

Q209

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

5.0

G

CN200

6P

PS2

INPUTA/INPUTB

VIDEO/RGB

CLK

FB208

0UH

D206

RD5.6SB-T1

PROTECT

R241

47

1/16W

:CHIP

DAT/RI

FB209

0UH

D209

RD5.6SB-T1

PROTECT

R242

47

1/16W

:CHIP

QA

(2/2)

USB HUB/PJ CONTROL,

MOUSE DRIVER

B-SS1721-WW-QA-P2

B C D

7-7 7-7

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

Q405 Q408

CN32

J400

R422 L401

C314

C310

C312

C309

R423

IC403

C413

C412

L301

R335

Q402

D404

L303

L302

J300

C712

IC703

C708

R405

L701

Q701

C707

R701

C706

R704

C722

Q702

C710

R714

C721

R710

C717

R304

CN302

R310

R309

R303

R302

D301

R702

C704

C726

R712

C716

D303

QB QB

7-8 7-8

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A

QB (1/3) QB (1/3)

JL300

JL301

JL302

CN302

HD15P

INPUT-A

VPL-PX15 MODEL ONLY

CN30

12P

RED(CE) 1

GND 2

GREEN(CE) 3

GND 4

BLUE(CE) 5

GND

HD

6

7

VD

GND

AUDIO-L(CE) 10

GND 11

8

9

AUDIO-R(CE) 12

R301

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R304

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R305

0

1/16W

:CHIP

5V-3

C302

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

D302

MA157-TX

PROTECT

R311

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R312

0

1/16W

:CHIP

G

B

R302

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

C303

47

16V

:AL-CP

R303

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

C304

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

R306

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

C305

47

16V

:AL-CP

R307

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

C307

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

D305

MA157-TX

PROTECT

D307

MA157-TX

PROTECT

R309

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

C308

47

16V

:AL-CP

R310

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

R315

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R318

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R326

75

1/16W

C309

0.01

R329

75

1/16W

C310

47

16V

R333

75

1/16W

C312

47

16V

C311 0.01

C313 0.01

C314

47

16V

J300

AUDIO INPUT-A

L302

0µH

L303

0µH

R350

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

C317

10

20V

:TA-CP

C319

10 20V :TA-CP

D308

RD9.1SB2-T1

PROTECT

R352

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

D309

RD9.1SB2-T1

PROTECT

INPUT-A

5V-3

*MARK:

RY300-RY302

R353-R357

Q300-Q302

R313,320,322,331

VPL-PX15 VPL-PX10

SCL

SDA

SW

D301

BZA456A

PROTECT

D300

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

+5V

* RY300

R

* Q300

DTC143ZKA-T146

5.0

0

*

R353 0 1/16W

*

R354

D304

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

0 1/16W

* RY301

G

* Q301

DTC143ZKA-T146

0

5.0

D306

DAN202K-T-146

*

R355

0

1/16W

PROTECT

* RY302

B

R300

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

D303

HNID03FU-TE85R

PROTECT

0

5.0

* R356 0 1/16W

* R357 0 1/16W

*

Q302

DTC143ZKA-T146

R308

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C306

4.7

10V

B:CHIP 12V

+12V

INPUTB/

INPUTA

TO P2

L301

4.7µH

R316

100

1/16W

:CHIP

* R313

100k

1/16W

R314

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

6.0

6.0

IC300

TC4W53FU(TE12R)

SW

0

* R320

100k

1/16W

* R322

100k

1/16W

R323

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

R321

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

R324

100

1/16W

:CHIP

0

6.0

6.0

IC301

TC4W53FU(TE12R)

SW

6.0

* R331

100k

1/16W

R332

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C315

22

16V

:AL-CP

C316

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

0

R335

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

5.0

Q303

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

R358

100

1/16W

L-INPUT-A

INPUT-A

VIDEO

12V

5V-3

TO P2

SCL

SIRCS-CPU

SDA

SIRCS-NR

SW

INPUTB/

INPUTA

NR

ON

RDX-CE

NF

ON

TXD-CE

RGB/

VIDEO

CE RESET

UPGM-CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

A-L

TO P3

TO P2

SIRCS-U

A-R TO P3 TO P3

A-CS

SDAT

AU-CLK

AU-MUTE

5V-4

+5V

RGB/

VIDEO

TO P2

SUB

5V

+5V

R-INPUT-A

R359

100

1/16W

QB

(1/3)

(INPUT SW)

B C D

7-9 7-9

E F

B-SS1721-WW-QB-P1

G

CN31

70P

WHT

B2

A3

B3

A4

A1

B1

A2

RED(A/B)

RED(A/B)

GND

GND

GREEN(A/B)

GREEN(A/B)

GND

B4

A5

GND

BLUE(A/B)

B5

A6

B6

BLUE(A/B)

GND

GND

A9

B9

A10

B10

A11

A7

B7

A8

B8

HD

HD

VD

VD

GND

GND

A+12V

NC

A+12V

B11

A12

NC

A+12V

B12

A13

GND

A+5V(5V-3)

B13 V AUDIO-L

A14 A+5V(5V-3)

B14 V AUDIO-R

A15 GND

B15

A16

GND

SCL-DDC

B16 SIRCS-CPU

A17

B17

SDA-DDC

SIRCS-NR

A18 SW-DDC

B18 A/B(IN A/CE)

A19 NR-ON

B19 RXD CE(UART)

A20 NF-ON

B20 TXD CE(UART)

B24

A25

B25

A26

B26

A27

B27

A21

B21

GND

GND

A22 VIDEO/RGB

B22

A23

B23

A24

CE RESET

UPGM CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

GND

GND

GND

GND

SIRCS-U

GND

GND

A28

B28

A29

B29

N.C.

N.C.

A-CS

SDAT

A30

B30

A31

B31

A32

AU-CLK

AU-MUTE

5V-4

5V-4

B32

A33

GND

GND

N.C.

B33 N.C.

A34 SUB+5V(5V-1)

B34 SUB+5V(5V-1)

A35 SUB+5V(5V-1)

B35 SUB+5V(5V-1)

H

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

QB (2/3) QB (2/3)

TO

NF BOARD

CN15

CN32

3P

WHT

:SMD

SUB+5V(5V-1)

SIRCS-NF

1

2

GND 3

J400

CONTROL S-IN

SUB

5V

L400

0µH

L402

0µH

+5V

R422

4.7

1/16W

:CHIP

L401

0µH

R401

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R414

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C409

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

4.9

Q401

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

SW

4.9

4.2

R423

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

D405

RD9.1SB2-T1

PROTECT

C411

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

C414

470p

CH:CHIP

R428

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

R400

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C400

100p

CH:CHIP

R402

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

C402

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

0

0

5.0

VDD

IC400

IRMF2-A0T-OTP

IRDA FILTER

VSS

C401

1

10V

B:CHIP

R403

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R436

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

IRIN1 IREN1 NF

ON

NR

ON

TO P1

IRIN2 IREN2

RES IROUT

R404

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R405

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R437

100

1/16W

:CHIP

SIRCS-NR

TO P1

1A

Q400

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

SENSOR

R413

8.2 1/16W :CHIP

R415

22k 1/16W :CHIP

4.9

0.2

VCC

R411

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C403

100p

CH:CHIP

1B 1R/C

R416

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

R419

100

1/16W

:CHIP

1CLR 1C

1Q

2Q

2C

2R/C

GND

1Q

2Q

2CLR

2B

2A

0

SUB

5V

D403

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

R429

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

C412

10

16V

:AL-CP

0.1

5.0

Q402

DTC144EKA-T146

INV.BUFF

R426

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

0.1

R427

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R425

100

1/16W

:CHIP

4.9

Q403

DTC144EKA-T146

INV.BUFF

C413

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

IC403 PC74HC123D-T TIMER

D404

DAP202K-T-146

PROTECT

TO P1

SIRCS-U

VPL-PX15 MODEL ONLY

X400

24MHz

C406

33p

R410

75

1/16W

R409

1M

1/16W

C407

33p

TO P1

SIRCS-CPU

R418

5.6k

1/16W

R435

10k

1/16W

R417

10k

1/16W

C410

0.1

VPL-PX15 MODEL ONLY

CE5V

USB+

USB-

RDX-CE

TXD-CE

UPGM-CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

CE RESET

C405

0.1

IC402

RCV5-A2T-OTP

MOUSE DRIVER

VDD

X2

X1

VSS

PC2

PC1

PC0

RESET

N.C.

PB7

PB6

VPP

PB5

PB4

PB3

PB2

PB1

VDDA

USBVCC

USB-

USB+

VSSA

PA0

PA1

N.C.

N.C.

N.C.

PA2

PA3

PA4

PA5

PA6

PA7

PB0

R408

1.5k

1/16W

USB-

USB+

JL418

5

6

7

1

2

3

4

8

9

10

11

CN33

11P

CE+5V

USB+

USB-

GND

RXD-CE

TXD-CE

UPGM-CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

CE RESET

GND

C415

0.1

R412

4.7k

1/16W

+5V

C408

100

16V

L403

0µH

R434

4.7k

1/16W

R420

10k

1/16W

R424

4.7k

1/16W

Q404

DTC144EKA-T146

R421

10k

1/16W

R432

56k

1/16W

R433

56k

1/16W

R430

1k

1/16W

Q406

DTC144EKA-T146

CE5V

Q405

DTC144EKA-T146

RGB/

VIDEO

R431

10k

1/16W

Q408

DTC144EKA-T146

INPUTB/

INPUTA

Q407

DTC144EKA-T146

QB

(2/3)

TIMER,

MOUSE DRIVER

B-SS1721-WW-QB-P2

A

QB (2/3) IRMF2-A0T-OTP (IC400)

RESET

4

IRIN1

IRIN2

2

3

IREN1

IREN2

7

6

V

DD

1

U1

MODE SELECT

INPUT

5 IROUT

8

V

SS

B C

QB (2/3) PC74HC123D-T (IC403)

A 1

B 2

RD 3

Q 4

Q 5

C 6

R 7

GND 8

Q

D

RD

Q

7-10

D

Q

RD

Q

16 VDD

15 R

14 C

13

Q

12 Q

11 RD

10 B

9 A

7-10

E F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

QB (3/3) QB (3/3)

1

FROM P1

A-R

A-L

FROM P1

A-CS

SDAT

AU-CLK

AU-MUTE

JL705

JL706

JL707

JL708

C709

10

20V

:TA-CP

C707

1

10V

B:CHIP

0

C708

10

16V

:AL-CP

Q701

DTC114EUA-T106

MUTE SW

L701

4.7µH

:CHIP

12V

+12V

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

IC703

CXA1846BN-T4

VOLUME CONT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C719

0.01

50V

B:CHIP

C720

10

20V

:TA-CP

R719

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R720 R721

100 100

1/16W

:CHIP

1/16W

:CHIP

C712

47

16V

:AL-CP

C713

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

0

C710

1

10V

B:CHIP

Q702

DTC114EUA-T106

MUTE SW

0

0

R701

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R704

1.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

C706

0.01

50V

B:CHIP

R710

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R714

1.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R705

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C723

0.047

25V

B:CHIP

R703

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C703

0.047

25V

B:CHIP

0.6

0

0.6

IC701

NJM2073M(TE2)

AUDIO AMP

C701

4.7

6.3V

B:CHIP

-IN B GND

+IN B OUT B

2.2

C705

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+IN A VCC

-IN A OUT A

2.2

C702

4.7

6.3V

B:CHIP

R706

270

1/16W

:CHIP

R726

4.7k 1/16W :CHIP

R715

4.7k 1/16W :CHIP

+5V

C704

0.22 16V B:CHIP

R702

1 1/16W :CHIP

Q703

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

MUTE SW

0.6

R722

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

5.0

C722

10

16V

:AL-CP

4.9

5.0

R724

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

R723

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

R730

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

R725

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

+5V

C721

0.01

50V

B:CHIP

R713

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C724

0.047

25V

B:CHIP

0.6

0

Q704

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

MUTE SW

C711

4.7

6.3V

B:CHIP

IC702

NJM2073M(TE2)

AUDIO AMP

-IN B GND

+IN B OUT B

R711

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

0.6

C715

0.047

25V

B:CHIP

+IN A VCC

-IN A OUT A

2.2

2.2

C718

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R729

270

1/16W

:CHIP

R728

4.7k 1/16W :CHIP

C716

0.22

16V

B:CHIP

R727

4.7k 1/16W :CHIP

+5V

C714

4.7

6.3V

B:CHIP

R712

1

1/10W

:CHIP

C717

100

16V

:AL-CP

L702

4.7µH

:CHIP

C725

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

JL709

JL710

JL711

JL712

AUDIO+5V

5V-4

C726

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

1

2

3

4

CN12

4P

WHT

:SMD

SP_R-

SP_R+

SP_L-

SP_L+

TO SPEAKER

QB

(3/3)

VOLUME CONT.,

AUDIO AMP

B-SS1721-WW-QB-P3

QB (3/3) CXA1846BN-T4 (IC703)

20 19 18 17

+

16

8dB STEP

VOLUME

15 14

1dB STEP

VOLUME

13 12 11

LATCH

LATCH

CONTROL

ZC

DET

VCT

BUFFER

SHIFT

REGISTER

+

8dB STEP

VOLUME

1dB STEP

VOLUME

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

QB (3/3) NJM2073M(TE2) (IC701, IC702)

VS

2

+INPUT A

-INPUT A

7

8

1 OUTPUT A

+INPUT B

-INPUT B

6

5

3 OUTPUT B

4

GND

2

3

4

5

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-11 7-11

E F G H

BA BA

C106

FB101

L108

C161

R166

R167

C163 C162

C157

C155

C151

R152

Q107

Q106

R165

R154 C137

R155 C128

R156

L104 FL101 FL102

L105

C118 C117

R128

R124

C125

C124

R136

R137

C121

C126

C210

R183

C187

IC202

C228

R217

R225

C243

C245

C250

C242

R214 C239

R245

C201

C252

C253

BA

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

IC101

R111

R109

BA BOARD

*

: B SIDE

D103 * B-2

D201

*

J-3

IC101

*

A-2

IC102 * F-1

IC103

*

G-1

IC104 * F-3

IC105

*

F-2

IC106 * C-2

IC181

*

F-4

IC201 * J-3

IC202 H-2

IC205 * J-2

Q101

*

G-3

Q102 * H-3

Q103

*

H-3

Q104 E-2

Q105 E-3

Q106 D-2

Q107 D-2

Q108 * C-2

Q109

*

C-3

Q201 J-3

Q203

*

J-1

Q204 * J-2

Q205

*

J-2

Q207 * J-3

TP201 * H-2

TP202

*

H-1

TP204 * H-2

C164

C144

R176

C150

R175

FL106

FL105

FL104

IC181

C108

R119

C111

R114

C114

C113

R117

C109

C110

C116

FL103

C132

IC104

C123

C119

C131

IC105

C184

C120

R140

C140

C139

C141

IC102

C206

C205

C204

C203

R202

R201

IC103

C208

C207

C209

R203

Q101 Q102

TP201

Q103

TP204

TP203

C212

R229

R228

R230

R221

R220

R223

R222

R242

R235

R233

R237

C247 C246

R231

R206 R236

R211

R210

R204

BA

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

7-12 7-12

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

BA (1/2) BA (1/2)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A

IC181

RS-140-T

IR-RX

VCC

OUT

GND

CN101 70P L

SIRCS-NR B35

SIRCS-NR A35

DTV-VD

DTV-HD

GND

GND

V-HD

B22

A22

B21

A21

B20

V-CLP

V-VD

N.C.

A20

B19

V-VD

A19

GND

GND

B18

A18

V-B

V-B

GND

GND

V-G

B17

A17

B16

A16

B15

V-G

GND

GND

V-R

V-R

A15

B14

A14

B13

A13

GND

GND

B12

VR-Y

A12

B11

SUB5V

VB-Y

A11

B10

GND B34

GND

A5V

A9V

A5V

A34

B33

A33

B32

A9V A32

GND

GND

15K-CS

B31

A31

B30

VY A30

GND

GND

DTV-R

DTV-R

GND

B29

A29

B28

A28

B27

GND

DTV-B

A27

B26

DTV-B A26

GND

GND

B25

DTV-G

A25

B24

DTV-G

GND

A24

B23

GND A23

F-RESET

GND

S-C

GND

S-Y

GND

CVBS

GND

GND

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

A10

B9

A9

B8

A8

SDA

F-DA

SCL

F-CL

N.C.

B7

A7

B6

A6

B5

A5

B4

A4

B3

A3

B2

A2

B1

A1

SUB 5V

R183

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C181

1

16V

B:CHIP

R184

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

SIRCS-NR

A5V

5V-3

+5V

SUB 5V

DTV-R

DTV-B

DTV-G

DTV-VD

DTV-HD

V-HD

V-CLP

V-VD

V-B

V-B

V-G

V-G

V-R

V-R

9V

9V

+9V

F-RESET

C

Y

F-CL

VIDEO

F-DA

TO P2

DTVHV

FROM P2

VOUT

TO P2

F

SDA

SCL

VY

VR-Y

VB-Y

SDA

SCL

S-C

S-Y

CVBS

R104

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

S-C

S-Y

C

Y

R105

330

1/16W

:CHIP

5V-3

C115

2.2

6.3V

B:CHIP

L106

4.7µH

:CHIP

FL103

EMI

C121

8p

CH:CHIP

C124

10

16V

:AL-CP

C126

39µF

16V

:AL-CP

C127

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+5V

C132

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C133

0.47

10V

B:CHIP

C134

0.47

10V

B:CHIP

R114

R119

C116

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C108

0.47

16V

B:CHIP

R117

27k

1/16W

:RN-CP 1.7

0

C109 0.01 25V B:CHIP

2.0

C110 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C113 0.01 25V B:CHIP

1.6

C114 0.1 16V B:CHIP 1.9

0 1/16W :CHIP

3.9k 1/16W :CHIP

X101

16.2MHz

3.8

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

C135

0.47

6.3V

B:CHIP

2.1

3.6

1.6

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

C3

APC-Fil

CVBS/Y3

ADD(8EH)

C2

CVBS/Y2

COMB SYS

46 SFC OUT

47

AFC.Fi

48

C1

IC104

CXA2123AQ-T6

COLOR DECODER

YS1

Cr out

Cb out

Y OUT

APL FIL

Y1

Cb1

Cr1

SYNC-GND

YS3

24

23

22

1.7

1.7

21

1.3

0

20

19

1.4

2.4

18

17

2.4

16

15

C111 0.022 25V B:CHIP

C112 0.01 25V B:CHIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

5V-3 C123

1

6.3V

B:CHIP

CVBS

VIDEO

DTV-R

FL101

NFM41P11C204

L104

4.7µH

EMI

C118

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

+5V

C125

0.1 16V B:CHIP

C119

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

FL102

NFM41P11C204

C117

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

EMI

L105

4.7µH

C120

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

+5V

R124

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C131

C128

1

6.3V

B:CHIP

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

R128

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C

R136

100

1/16W

C137

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C184 0.1 16V B:CHIP

VR-Y

VB-Y

VY

DTV-B

DTV-G

IC102

TC7S04FU

(TE85R)

HS.INV

4.6

+5V

4.8

C122

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

0.3

C182 0.1 16V B:CHIP

0.1

R125

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC103

TC7S04FU

(TE85R)

VS.INV

R133

C129

3.3k

0.1

1/16W

:RN-CP

16V

B:CHIP

R134

4.7k

1/16W

:RN-CP

IC105

0.8

TC75S56F(TE85R)

INV

4.8

R126

100

1/16W

:CHIP

2.9

R140

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C183

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+5V

C107

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C106

10

16V

:AL-CP

R106

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R107

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R109

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R108

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

R111

100

1/16W

:CHIP

TO P2

I2C

5V-3

FB101

0UH

R110

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R112

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R120

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R122

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

IC101

CXA1875AM-T4

DAC

R115

100

1/16W

:CHIP

VEH1 VEH2 VEH3

RB101

100*4

:CHIP

C138 4.7 16V B:CHIP

C139 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C140 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C141 0.1 16V B:CHIP

Y/R-Y/B-Y

COMB C

CVBS

VIDEO

COMB Y

FSC

CDEC-SCP

TO P2

CDEC-CLP

TO P2

CDEC-OUT

TO P2

5V-3

C130

1

10V

B:CHIP

DTV-R

R177

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

R131

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C167

10

16V

:AL-CP

R180

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

DTV-B

R127

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C168

10

16V

:AL-CP

DTV-G

R129

0

1/16W

:CHIP

C169

10

16V

:AL-CP

R178

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q101

HN1B01FU-TE85R

BUFF

R135

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R141

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

2

+5V

FB102

0UH

R145

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

0

1 4

5

0

Q102

HN1B01FU-TE85R

BUFF

6

0

3

R181

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

R179

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

C136

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

2.4

2

1

0

6

4

3

5

0

0

C142

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

R182

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

DTV-R

DTV-B

DTV-G

0

2

Q103

HN1B01FU-TE85R

BUFF

4

2.5

1 4 6

0.6

5 8

2

6 3

0

C143

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

5 3 1 7

DTV-R

DTV-B

DTV-G

7

1

3

5

RB102

10k*4

:CHIP

6 4 2 8

RB103

10k*4

:CHIP

TO P2

DTVRGB

5V-3

C147

10

16V

:AL-CP

C

C148

10

16V

:AL-CP

C153

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R158

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

C156

22

10V

:TA-CP

R159

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

2.8

2.2

R162

1.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

L107

4.7µH

+5V

Q106

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

BUFF

R165

560

1/16W

:CHIP

R168

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

1.6

R174

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C166

2.3

10

20V

:TA-CP VIDEO

1 2 3 4 5 6

FL104

R170

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q107

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

BUFF

12 10 9 7

C149

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

1.1

Q104

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

BUFF

1.8

R163

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

R154

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

FB103

0UH

6

7

5 4 3 2 1

FL105

9 10 12

R169

560

1/16W

:CHIP

1.4

R172

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q108

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

BUFF

0.8

R175

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

Y

C150

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

0.8

R156

560

1/16W

:CHIP

Q105

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

BUFF

R164

5.6k

1/16W

:CHIP

1.5

R155

100

1/16W

:CHIP

7

+5V

6 5 4 3 2 1

R171

560

1/16W

:CHIP

1.1

R173

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q109

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

BUFF

FL106

9 10 12

0.4

R176

150

1/16W

:RN-CP

C144

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R151

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

C146

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R152

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

C154

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C151

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C155

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C157

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C185

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C159

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

VIDEO

C160

100

16V

:AL-CP

+5V

+5V

R148

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

C145

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

VEH3

4.6

VEH2

2.7

VEH1

4.6

0

13

14

IRF

VB

15 TEST

16

DVDD

17 MOD2

18 DVSS

19 MOD1

20 VEH3

21

VEH2

22 VEH1

23

24

PNR

DTR

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2

IC106

CXD2064Q-T6

D.COMB

1

1.0

R185

47k

1/10W

CLVS

48

CLPEN 47

CLVD 46

PLVD 45

VCV

44

PLVS 43

2.0

C162

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

CPO 42

ADCK 41

MCKO 40

PLSL

39

CKSL 38

FIN 37

2.4

R166

56k

1/16W

:CHIP

R167

560

1/16W

:CHIP

2.4

C164

0.001

50V

B:CHIP

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

D103

DAN202K-T-146

OR

C152

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+5V

C158

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

BA

C161

82

6.3V

:OS

(1/2)

C-DEC,

3L-COMB

L108

4.7µH

5V-3

C163

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C165

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

5V-3

L109

0µH

B-SS1721-WW-BA-P1

B C D

7-13 7-13

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

BA (2/2) BA (2/2)

1

2

3

4

5

+9V

FROM P1 I2C

FROM P1 CDEC-OUT

FROM P1 F

CDEC-VD

CDEC-HD

VR-Y

VB-Y

VY

R-Y

B-Y

Y

9V

9V

L201

10µH

:CHIP

C202 C203

47

16V

:AL-CP

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R207

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C228

10

16V

:AL-CP

R217

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

L204

10µH

:CHIP

A 9V

TP203(V-G) TP202(V-B)

+9V

C223

0.47

16V

B:CHIP

64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41

R219

5.6k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R225

4.7k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R201

R202

390 1/16W :CHIP

390 1/16W :CHIP

C204

C205

C206

C186

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C207

R203

22k

1/16W

:RN-CP

4.7

4.5

4.8

4.8

4.8

2.3

8.4

2.4

65

66

67

VS1

HS1

R-Y1

68 B-Y1

69 Y1

70

GND SIG

71 IREF YC

72 VCC SIG

73 SELCR IN

74 SELCB IN

IC202

CXA2101AQ-TL

RGB INTERFACE

BS/H 40

4.0

2.4

B OUT

GS/H

39

38

G OUT

RS/H

R OUT

GND OUT

HP IN

37

36

35

34

33

4.0

2.4

4.0

2.4

C208

C209

A 9V

+9V

L202

10µH

:CHIP

2.4

2.4

4.4

4.4

4.4

75

76

77

C210

47

16V

:AL-CP

C211

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

SELY IN

SELY OUT

SELCB OUT

78 SELCR OUT

79 SELH OUT

80 SELV OUT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

C187

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R214

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C235

0.22

16V

B:CHIP

VBLK IN

SCP IN

VCC OUT

HS OUT

VS OUT

IREF SYNC

YG IN

YG OUT

32

1.4

31

8.8

30

0.6

29

0.5

28

4.5

27

2.5

26

4.9

25

C242

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C239

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

GND

TP201

R231

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R233 R235

1k 1k

1/16W

:CHIP

1/16W

:CHIP

C201

10

16V

:AL-CP

+5V

+9V

L203

10µH

:CHIP

5V-3

IC205

TC7W14FU(TE12R)

VS.BUFF

R206

47

1/16W

:CHIP

200 mVp-p (H)

FROM P1 CDEC-CLP

200 mVp-p (H)

C243

0.47

10V

B:CHIP

Q203

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

BUFF

R228

V-B

V-G

R229

47 1/16W :CHIP

V-R

R230

47 1/16W :CHIP

R220

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C188

R221 100 1/16W :CHIP

R222 100 1/16W :CHIP

R223

47k

1/16W

:RN-CP

3.0

Q207

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

V.SCP

V-B

TP202

V-B

3.0

V-G

TP203

V-G

2.4

3.0

2.4

C248

0.47

16V

B:CHIP

TP204(V-R)

Q204

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

BUFF

Q205

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

BUFF

1.4

R242

4.7k

1/16W

:RN-CP

0.8

200 mVp-p (H)

R243

47

1/16W

:CHIP

V-R

TP204

V-R

CDEC-SCP

C250

47µF 16V :AL-CP

C252

47µF 16V :AL-CP

C253

47µF 16V :AL-CP

FROM P1

V-B

V-G

V-R

V-CLP

V-HD

V-VD

FROM P1

DTVHV

C246

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

8 7 6 5

FROM P1 DTVRGB

DTV-R

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

DTV-B

DTV-G

DTV-R

DTV-B

DTV-G

C247

0.001

50V

B:CHIP

1 2 3 4

R236

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R237

10k 1/16W :CHIP

D201

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

VS

SUB 5V

F-RESET

R244

56k

1/10W

+5V

R245

56k

1/10W

0.6

4 6

5 2

3 1

4.2

R204

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

0.1

5.0

Q201

HN1B01FU-TE85R

RES.SW

R205

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

F-DA

F-CL

IC201

M24C64WMN6T(A)

EEPROM

E0

E1

E2

GND

VCC

WC

SCL

SDA

C212

1

6.3V

B:CHIP

5.0

R210

100

1/16W

:CHIP

5.0

5.0

R211

100

1/16W

:CHIP

BA

(2/2)

MATRIX,SYNC GEN,

E2P ROM

A B C

7-14

D

7-14

E F G

VOUT TO P1

B-SS1721-WW-BA-P2

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

BA BA

BA (1/2) CXA1875AM-T4 (IC101)

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

BA (2/2) CXA2101AQ (IC202)

BA (1/2) CXD2064Q-T6 (IC106)

ADIN 2

CLPO 1

REG

LEVEL

CONVERTER

LATCH

LEVEL

CONVERTER

OPEN COLLECTOR

LEVEL

CONVERTER

POWER

ON

RESET

I

2

C DECODER

LATCH LATCH LATCH LATCH LATCH

+

VCC

DAC

AMP

DAC

AMP

DAC

AMP

DAC

AMP

DAC

AMP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

A/D

CLAMP

NTSC:1H

PAL :2H

NTSC:1H

PAL :2H

LOGICAL OPERATION

VERTICAL

BORDER EMPHA

DL

ADAPTIVE

FILTER OP

+

-

+

-

D/A

D/A

4fsc

9 AYO

7 ACO

SELCR-OUT

SELCB-OUT

SELY-OUT

78

77

76

IN2-1

IN2-2

IN2-3

IN2-H

IN2-V

IN3-1

IN3-2

IN3-3

IN3-H

IN3-V

IN4-1

IN4-2

IN4-3

IN4-H

IN4-V

IN5-1

IN5-2

IN5-3

IN5-H

IN5-V

14

21

22

23

15

16

17

13

19

20

7

8

2

9

10

11

3

4

5

1

62 63 64

Y1-IN

CB1-IN

CR1-IN

69

68

67

SELY-IN

SELCB-IN

SELCR-IN

75

74

73

YCBCR/MAT

Replace-pulse

CB OFFSET2

CR OFFSET2

EXT.

CLP

INT.

CLP

CB OFFSET1

CR OFFSET1

1.2.3

YPbPr/YCbCr

GBR/YCbCr

61

Y

VM LEV

VM DEL

SUB-CON

SUB

COL

Cb

Cr

SUB

COL

SUB-COL

59

VM

60

SHARPNESS

SUB-SHP

SHP F0

LTI LEV

PRE/OVER

58

AGING2

DC TRAN

54

AGING1

D PIC

GATE

57

CBLK

SHP

LT1

CLP DPIC

27 71

IREF

CTI

CTI LEV

HUE

HUE

SYB-HUE

COL AXIS

R-Y

G-Y

B-Y

MATRIX

CLP

R

G

B

COLOR

AGING2

R-Y/R G-Y/R

R-Y/B G-Y/B

55 56 53

DECODER

YCbCr

GBR

4V

Cr

Cb

Y

6 12

YSYM 1

YSYM 2

BRT-ABL

PIC-ABL

LRGB2 PIC-ABL

30 34 72 70

YSYM SW

YM VM

YS/YM

SW I/F

PICTURE

BRIGHT

SUB-BRIGHT

LRGB2 LEV

ABL MODE

ABL TH

PABL LEV

ABL

MAT OUT YSYM 1

SW

YM1

YS1

PIC-ABL

BRT-ABL

PIC

CLP

BRT

YS/YM 2 LIMIT LEVEL

YM2

YS2

PEAK

LIMIT

DCOL

GAMMA

R DRIVE

G DRIVE

B DRIVE

DCOL

GAMMA

DRV

pure

RGB

CLP

R G B

LRGB1

CLP

LRGB2 PIC-ABL

LRGB2

CLP

DC

SHIFT

BLK-BOTTOM

BLK-SW

BLK

RGB-BLK

AKB

R CUTOFF

G CUTOFF

B CUTOFF

RGB-S/H pulse

H

V

3

INPUT-SEL

HYSW

5dB

MAT OUT

EXISTENCE DISTINCTION

INTELLIGENT SYNC SEP.

HSEP SEL

HO TC

V TC

HS MASK

FIX SYNC

H WIDTH

<PRIORITY RANK>

1.HV (input by H&V)

2.CS (input by H)

3.sync on Y or GREEN(input by 3)

YCBCR/MAT

CBLK

Clamp-Pulse

Replace-Pulse for Color-Differnce inputs

PULSE

I/F

CLP SW

CLP MSK

AKB

TIMING GEN.

PIC ON

R ON

G ON

B ON

CBLK OFF

AKB-T

25 26 18 24 80 79 66 65 28 29 31 32 33

45 YS/YM-1

49 YS/YM-2

44 ABL-IN

43 ABL-FIL

42 PABL-FIL

35 R-OUT

37 G-OUT

39 B-OUT

41 IK-IN

40 B-SH

38 G-SH

36 R-SH

52 LB2-IN

51 LG2-IN

50 LR2-IN

48 LB1-IN

47 LG1-IN

46 LR1-IN

42 44

CPO VCV

VCO 1/4

1/2

SW

39

PLSL

PHASE

COMPARATOR

SW

37

FIN

38

CKSL

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-15 7-15

E F G H

BB BB

C323

R350

C337

FB305

C331

R316

R313

C322

IC307 IC303

IC308

R347

IC301

C346

R312

C333

R348

C818

FB820

C418

TP303

C345

FL301

C403

C409

CN601

S601

C422

R413R415

TP402

R445

R444

R446

X401

R425

IC608

R611

R364

R362

R363

RB403

RB404

RB405

R607

R608

RB605

R677

R678

TP621

RB606

RB604

R512

X501 FB502

R516

RB601

RB602

CN812

FB802

CN806

FB806 FB805

C620 FB605

CN509

R574

R568 R567

R566

C625

FB608

Q524

TP610

R651

IC551

IC548

CN502

IC547

R506

IC550 IC502

R501

C617

FB604

R657

IC616

C629

C616 FB603

FB505

C537

IC506

R671

C524

X701

R503

R824

R826

RB715

TP808

C927

C811

C701

IC503

CN809

R808

C806

CN811

C805

R809

IC810

C810

RB701

S901

C931

C804

C803

S501

IC703

R758

R759

R760

IC708

RB706 RB707 RB708

R761

FB822

CN801

FB819

C816

C814

FB821

C822

BB

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

BB BOARD

*

: B SIDE

D306 * B-2

D307

*

B-2

D501 * H-3

D601

*

F-2

D701

*

H-2

D702

*

H-2

D801 * E-3

D802

*

H-3

D803 * J-3

D808

*

J-3

D901

*

H-2

D927

*

H-2

IC301 A-2

IC302 * B-3

IC303 A-2

IC304 A-3

IC305 A-3

IC306 A-3

IC307 A-2

IC308 A-2

IC309

*

C-2

IC401

*

C-2

IC402 C-2

IC405 C-1

IC501 H-3

IC502 G-3

IC503 D-1

IC505

*

G-2

IC506 G-2

IC547 G-3

IC548 G-3

IC550 G-3

IC551 F-3

IC601 E-3

IC602 D-3

IC603

*

E-2

IC604 E-3

IC605 E-2

IC606 E-2

IC607

*

F-2

IC608 D-3

IC609

*

G-3

IC610 E-3

IC615

*

F-2

IC616 E-2

IC617

*

F-2

IC701 H-2

IC702 H-2

IC704 * G-1

IC705

*

H-1

IC707 H-1

IC708 H-1

IC801 * J-2

IC802

*

J-2

IC803 H-3

IC806

*

K-3

IC807 * C-3

IC808

*

J-2

IC809 * K-2

IC810 J-3

IC901 * H-2

IC927 H-2

IC928 J-3

IC929 H-2

IC930 H-3

IC932 H-2

IC933

*

H-2

IC934 H-2

IC935 H-3

Q301

*

A-2

Q302 * B-2

Q303

*

A-2

Q401 * C-2

Q524 F-3

Q601 * C-3

Q602 C-3

Q603 * C-3

Q604

*

C-3

TP301 C-3

TP302 C-2

TP303 C-2

TP401 C-2

TP402 C-2

TP601 F-2

TP610 F-3

TP620 D-2

TP621 D-2

TP701 G-2

TP808 H-3

7-16 7-16

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

BB BB

FB807

JL827

JL851

JL826 JL824

JL854

RB802

JL706

D808

JL818

JL704

JL705

JL806

CN701

JL701

D802

JL702

FB808 R810

JL855

JL703

C928

IC809

C821

JL807

R802

R805

IC801

R806

R919

C808

C935

C901

D901

FB818

R941

R938

JL835

CN810

JL832

JL831

JL829

C932

JL901

C937

R967 R968

C936

R965

R969

C934

D501

C519

JL506

C516

C538

R734

R702

JL730

JL732

R701

R703

JL731

R726

R727

JL733

C715

C714

R722

JL723

C711

C709

C707

R757

R755

R729

C704

R756

C716

C705

JL713

R715

R714

JL714

R710

R711

JL741

C706

R712

JL735

RB716

JL717

JL740

JL719

R713

R709

JL718

R717

JL720JL721

R716

R740

R741

R735

R736

R742

R743

C536

FB504

C592

R575

C593 R565

JL557

JL559

C622

R639

CN510

JL617

IC609

R632

R637

R636

JL616

JL635

R670

R640

R656 JL615

R653

C597

JL629

JL631

JL609

JL611

JL614

JL605

R674

JL606

IC615

JL610

JL612

IC617

IC607

R601

R666

JL608

R668

JL607

R664

R630

C618

R602

JL634

R626

JL620

C610

C613

C533

CN305

RB603

C608

C611

C612

JL636

JL561

C515

C511

JL516

C510

C529

JL436

FB602

RB407

RB406

C527

C526

R429

R430

R431

C502

C601

FB601

CN304

R618

R620

R622

JL602

JL603

R624

Q604

C819

R335

R340

R336

R341

R337

R342

C338

C605 R612 R613

C432

C433

C434

FB402

R406

R407

R418

R410

R412

JL310

JL311

JL442

JL319

C404

C406

C407

C413

C408

R404

C414

FB401

C415

C410

C417

L401

Q401

C429

C416

C344

R357

JL333

IC302

JL313

C339

JL334

JL320

R317

JL332

JL330

JL329

JL331

CN307

R338

R334

R328

C321

R330

FB304

D307

C318

C329 C330

C342

C320

R327

D306

R326

R355

JL328

JL307

R309

Q301

R331

JL308

JL314

C336

R344

JL312

R353

C503

R424

R427

JL404

JL403

R517

R511

R510

JL512

JL513

JL508

JL427

JL514

JL440

R441

R515

R442

JL441

JL426

JL438

JL437

RB415

JL323

JL324JL325JL326JL327

JL322

CN308

BB

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

7-17 7-17

1

2

3

4

5

BB (1/7) BB (1/7)

NC

A+12V

B10

A11

NC

A+12V

B11

A12

GND

A+5V(5V-3)

B12

A13

V AUDIO-L B13

A+5V(5V-3)

V AUDIO-R

A14

B14

GND

GND

A15

B15

SCL-DDC

SIRCS-CPU

SDA-DDC

SIRCS-NR

A16

B16

A17

B17

SW-DDC

A/B(IN A/CE)

A18

B18

NR-ON A19

RXD CE(UART) B19

NF-ON A20

TXD CE(UART) B20

GND

GND

A21

B21

VIDEO/RGB A22

CE RESET

UPGM CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

B22

A23

B23

A24

GND

GND

B24

A25

GND

GND

B25

A26

SIRCS-U

GND

B26

A27

GND B27

A28

A-CS

B28

A29

SDAT

AU-CLK

B29

A30

AU-MUTE

5V-4

B30

A31

5V-4 B31

GND

GND

A32

B32

A33

B33

SUB+5V(5V-1) A34

SUB+5V(5V-1) B34

SUB+5V(5V-1) A35

SUB+5V(5V-1) B35

CN308

70P WHT L

RED(A/B)

RED(A/B)

GND

GND

GREEN(A/B)

GREEN(A/B)

GND

GND

BLUE(A/B)

BLUE(A/B)

GND

GND

HD

HD

VD

VD

GND

B8

A9

GND

A+12V

B9

A10

B6

A7

B7

A8

B4

A5

B5

A6

A3

B3

A4

A1

B1

A2

B2

5V-4

12V-3

+12V

FL301

NFM41P11C204

R

G

A+12V

12V-3

A+5V

5V-3

EMI

R309

47

1/16W

:CHIP

V AUDIO-L

V AUDIO-R

FROM P5

SIRCS

SIRCS-NR

NR ON

NF ON

RXD CE

TXD CEB

FROM P5

TO P7

A +9V

IC309

TA78M09F(TE16L)

9V REG

9V-3

+9V

I

G

O

C345

10

16V

:AL-CP

C344

0.47

16V

R312

B:CHIP

220

1/16W

:CHIP

IC301

24LC21AT/SN

DDC

NC1

NC2

NC3

GND

VCC

VCLK

SCL

SDA

R311

47

1/16W

:CHIP

2.7

4.4

4.4

C309

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R324

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

5V

-1

R315

15k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q301

2SA1611-T1-M5M6

POW SW

4.8

R319

15k

1/16W

:CHIP 4.5

FB301

0UH

+5V

R331

100k

1/16W

:CHIP

TP303(B)

TP302(G)

620 mVp-p (H)

620 mVp-p (H)

G

R

TP301

TP302

B

TP303

TP301(R)

620 mVp-p (H) 5V-3

R317

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R318

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R322

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C311

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C312

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C319

82

6.3V

:OS

C313

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

1.4

1.4

1.4

FB302

0UH

3.4

3.4

3.4

IC302

M52758FP

VIDEO SW

VCC1(R) VCC2(R)

IN1(R) OUT(R)

VCC1(G) GND

N.C.

N.C.

IN1(G) N.C.

VCC1(B) VCC2(G)

IN1(B)

IN1(H)

OUT(G)

GND

IN1(V)

IN2(B)

VCC2(B)

OUT(B)

GND

IN2(R) GND

GND

IN2(G)

OUT(SONG)

VCC

N.C.

N.C.

GND OUT(H)

OUT(V)

IN2(H)

IN2(V)

GND

SW

FB303

0UH

+5V

R335

680

1/16W

:RN-CP

C323

82

6.3V

:OS

C325

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

1.9

1.9

1.9

0.4

R336

680

1/16W

:RN-CP

C326

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C324

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C327

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R337

680

1/16W

:RN-CP

PC RGB/OTHER

INPUTA/CE

R334

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R333

47

1/16W

:CHIP

5V-3

TO P2

R

G

B

3.3V-3

R343

100

1/16W

:CHIP

3.0

4.6

6

IC304(3/3)

R344

100

1/16W

:CHIP

7

IC304(1/3)

TC7WH04FU(TE12R)

INV

1

0.2

INV

3

4

IC304(2/3)

TC7WH04FU(TE12R)

INV

IC305

FB305

0UH

5 C336

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

74VHC240MTCX

INV SW

2

0

0

0.2

3.3

4.6

0.2

0.4

3.2

4.6

0.2

1G

1A1

2Y4

1A2

2Y3

1A3

2Y2

1A4

2Y1

GND

VCC

2G

1Y1

2A4

1Y2

2A3

1Y3

2A2

1Y4

2A1

4.6

3.3

0.1

0.2

4.6

3.2

0.1

0.2

4.6

R357

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C338

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R358

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R359

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R360

100

1/16W

:CHIP

IC306

TC7WH123FU

(TE12R)

MONO MULTI

R350

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

4.8

A

B

CLR

GND

VCC

R/C

C

Q

3.2

0

0.1

C337

100p CH:CHIP

C339

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

0

5.0

0.4

R349

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC308

74VHC02MTCX

NOR GATE

5.0

0.4

0.4

5V-3

+5V

C343

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

VIDEO/RGB

CV/

OTHER

YC/

OTHER

5.0

4.9

4.6

0.4

0.3

0.4

0.4

5V-3

IC307

CXA1875AM-T4

DAC

SW1

SW0

DAC4

DAC3

DAC2

DAC1

DAC0

GND

VCC

SCL

SDA

SDA2

SDA1

SDA0

SW3

SW2

+5V

4.8

4.7

R353

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R354

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C340

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

VIDEO/RGB

CE RESET

UPGM CE

URT SW

REQUEST1

FROM P5

TO P7

FB304

0UH

+5V

R352

10k 1/16W :CHIP

AUDIO CS

SDAT

SCLK

AUDIO MUTE

SUB+5V

5V -1

FROM P5

AUDIO

R328

470

1/16W

:CHIP

Q302

HN1B01FU-TE85R

LIMITER

R332

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C322

4.7

10V

B:CHIP

+5V

R329

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

2.8

C318

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

5

3 6

4 1

2.7

2.2

2

D307

1SS355TE-17

R327

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R330

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C321

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+5V

R326

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

D306

1SS355TE-17

C310

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

2.8

3

5

Q303

HN1B01FU-TE85R

LIMITER

4 1

2.7

6

2.2

2

C320

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R338

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C329

4.7

10V

B:CHIP

C328

0.068

16V

B:CHIP

C342

1000p

B:CHIP

C346

4.7

10V

B:CHIP

R320

470

1/16W

:CHIP

R339

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

3.7

3.0

C330

4.7

10V

B:CHIP

2.3

0.7

2.3

1.1

H.STATE

V.STATE

CLAMP

TIMING

V.POL

CLAMPSW

GREENIN

H.POL

CLAMP

GND

C/H

VCC

HD

HD C/H DET

V IN

VD

V DET VS/S OUT

VTIMING

GATESW

VS/S IN

IC303

M52347FP-TE

SYNC SEP

C331

10

16V

:AL-CP

2.9

4.9

4.9

0.4

4.6

0.2

0.5

0.6

R347

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C332

100p

CH:CHIP

R348

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C333

220p

CH:CHIP

C334

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C335

100

6.3V

:AL-CP

R351

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

TH301

R355

150

1/16W

:CHIP

R356

120

1/16W

:CHIP

C341

100p

CH:CHIP

VS

HS

CLAMP

TO P2

CN307

50P L

GND

GND

CVBS

CVBS

GND

GND

S-Y

S-Y

GND

GND

S-C

S-C

GND

GND

N.C.

A/B(IN A/CE) B8

N.C.

A9

B6

A7

B7

A8

B4

A5

B5

A6

B2

A3

B3

A4

A1

B1

A2

VIDEO/RGB

GND

GND

GND

SIRCS-U

GND

GND

A+5V(5V-3)

V AUDIO-L

A+5V(5V-3)

V AUDIO-R

GND

GND

A14

B14

A15

B15

N.C.

A16

GND B16

A12

B12

A13

B13

B9

A10

B10

A11

B11

N.C.

U-DA

N.C.

U-CL

N.C.

REQ

N.C.

A17

B17

A18

B18

A19

B19

A20

GND

SUB+3.3V

SUB+3.3V

SUB+3.3V

B20

A21

B21

A22

SUB+3.3V

N.C.

B22

A23

N.C.

B23

SUB+5V(5V-1) A24

SUB+5V(5V-1) B24

SUB+5V(5V-1) A25

SUB+5V(5V-1) B25

VIDEO

A+5V

5V-3

Y

C

FROM P5

MS-USB

SDA USB

SCL USB

CVBS

S-Y

S-C

V AUDIO-L

V AUDIO-R

USB REQ

SUB+3.3V

3.3V

-1

SUB+5V

5V -1

FROM P5

I2C

CVBS

S-Y

S-C

VIDEO

Y

C

E-RES

SCL 400K

SCL

SDA 400K

SDA

5V -1

SCL

SDA

V-R

V-R

V-G

V-G

V-B

V-B

V-VD

V-CLP

V-HD

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

DTV-G

DTV-G

DTV-B

DTV-B

DTV-R

DTV-R

15K-CS

5V-3

9V-3

SIRCS-NR

A24

B24

DTV-G

DTV-G

A25 GND

B25

A26

GND

DTV-B

B26

A27

DTV-B

GND

B27

A28

GND

DTV-R

B28

A29

DTV-R

GND

B29 GND

A30 VY

B30 15K-CS

A31 GND

B31 GND

A32 A9V

B32

A33

A5V

A9V

B33 A5V

A34

B34

GND

GND

A35

B35

SIRCS-NR

SIRCS-NR

B9 GND

A10 SUB5V

B10 VB-Y

A11 SUB5V

B11 VR-Y

A12 GND

B12 GND

A13 V-R

B13 V-R

A14 GND

B14 GND

A15 V-G

B15 V-G

A16 GND

B16 GND

A17 V-B

B17 V-B

A18 GND

B18 GND

A19 N.C.

B19 V-VD

A20 V-CLP

B20 V-HD

A21 GND

B21 GND

A22

B22

DTV-HD

DTV-VD

A23

B23

GND

GND

B7

A8

B8

A9

A5

B5

A6

B6

A7

A3

B3

A4

B4

A1

B1

A2

B2

CN303

70P WHT S

GND

GND

CVBS

GND

S-Y

GND

S-C

GND

E-RESET

N.C.

E-CL

SCL

E-DA

SDA

SUB5V

GND

SUB5V

FROM P4

TG

A+5V

5V-3

D+5V

5V-2

ENBX1G

ENBX1R

A+12V

3.3V-2

12V-3

+16.5V

16.5V

FROM P5

SDA

SCL

VSO

HSO

TO P5

LAMP TEMP

PANEL TEMP

POS-CON2

POS-CON1

ENBX2B

ENBX2G

ENBX2R

ENBX1B

RBDIR

GDIR

DWN

NRGRGB

CLYRGB

DYRGB

CLXB

CLXG

CLXR

DXB

DXG

STATE15V

DXR

ENB

PRG

FRPG

FRPRB

R361

0 1/16W :CHIP

R362

0 1/16W :CHIP

FROM P4

DCLK

SUB+5V

5V -1

FROM P4 CLP

B2

A3

B3

A4

A1

B1

A2

CN304

70P WHT L

LAMP_TEMP

PANEL_TEMP

SUB+5V

POS_CON2

SUB+5V

POS_CON1

B4

A5

B5

A6

ENBX2B

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX2G

A+5V(5V-3)

B6

A7

B7

A8

ENBX2R

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX1B

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX1G B8

A9

B9 ENBX1R

A10 D+5V(5V-2)

B10 CLP

A11 D+5V(5V-2)

B11 RBDIR

A12 D+5V(5V-2)

B12 GDIR

A13 D+5V(5V-2)

B13 DWN

A14

B14 NRGRGB

A15 D+3.3V

B15 CLYRGB

A16 D+3.3V

B16 DYRGB

A17

B17 CLXB

A18 A+12V(12V-3)

B18 CLXG

A19 A+12V(12V-3)

B19 CLXR

A20 A+12V(12V-3)

B20 DXB

A21

B21 DXG

A22 STATE 15V

B22

A23

DXR

A+16.5V

B23

A24

ENB

A+16.5V

B24

A25

PRG

A+16.5V

B25

A26

FRPG

A+16.5V

B26

A27

FRPRB

A+16.5V

B27

A28

GND

A+16.5V

B28

A29

SDA_100K

A+16.5V

B29 SCL_100K

A30 GND

B30 GND

A31 VSO

B31 VSO

A32

B32

GND

GND

A33

B33

HSO

HSO

A34

B34

GND

GND

A35

B35

DCLK

DCLK

FROM P4

R6

R7

R7

R8

R4

R5

R5

R6

R2

R3

R3

R4

R0

R0

R1

R1

R2

R8

R9

R9

B5

B6

B6

B7

B7

B3

B4

B4

B5

B8

B8

B9

B9

B0

B0

B1

B1

B2

B2

B3

G5

G5

G6

G6

G3

G3

G4

G4

G0

G0

G1

G1

G2

G2

G7

G7

G8

G8

G9

G9

CN305

70P WHT L

A1 GND

A10 R8

B10 R8

A11 R9

B11 R9

A12 GND

B12 GND

A13 G0

B13 G0

A14 G1

B14 G1

A15 G2

B15 G2

A16 G3

B16

G3

A17 G4

B17 G4

A18 G5

B18 G5

A19 G6

B19 G6

A20 G7

B20 G7

A21 G8

B1

A2

GND

R0

B2

A3

B3

A4

R0

R1

R1

R2

B4

A5

B5

A6

B6

A7

R4

R5

R2

R3

R3

R4

B7 R5

A8

B8

A9

B9

R6

R6

R7

R7

B21 G8

A22 G9

B22

A23

G9

GND

B23

A24

GND

B0

B24

A25

B0

B1

B25 B1

A26

B26

B2

B2

A27

B27

B3

B3

A28

B28

B4

B4

A29

B29

B5

B5

A30 B6

B30 B6

A31 B7

B31 B7

A32

B32

B8

B8

A33

B33

B9

B9

A34 GND

B34

A35

GND

B35

DA DAT

BB

(1/7)

VIDEO SW,

SYNC SEP

A B C

7-18

D

7-18

E F G

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P1

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

BB (2/7) BB (2/7)

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A

FROM P1

R

G

B

CLAMP

FROM P3

SDA PW

SCL PW

FROM P1

HS

VS

R

G

B

GHS

GVS

B

C412

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

JL442

C405

0.047

16V

B:CHIP

Q401

HN1C01FU-TE85R

CLAMP

3.3

0.4

R401

100

1/16W

:CHIP

2

1

6

R408

330k

1/16W

:CHIP

3

4

5

0.4

R403 100k 1/16W :CHIP

C406

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C407

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C401

0.047

16V

B:CHIP

R402

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C403

0.047

16V

B:CHIP

C413

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C409

0.047

16V

B:CHIP

C408

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C414

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C415

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R406

22

1/16W

:CHIP

C404

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

GHS

R407

22 1/16W :CHIP

3.3V-3

L401

6.8µH

C417

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

C418

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

C419

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C421

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C424

0.1

R416

47

16V

B:CHIP

1/16W

:CHIP

R417

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R418

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C428

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C410

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R405

47

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

R412

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C402

2.2

16V

F:CHIP

+5V

5V-3

IC401

LP2985IM5X-3.3

3.3V REG

3.3

VIN VOUT

GND

BYPASS

ON/OFF

C411

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C416

22

10V

F:CHIP

GND

VD

VD

GND

GND

B IN

VD

GND

VD

GND

CKINV

CLAMP

SDA

SCL

A0

A1

PVD

PVD

GND

NC

NC

NC

GND

VD

VD

GND

GND

SOGIN

G IN

VD

NC

NC

NC

VD

GND

GND

R IN

VD

C

IC402

AD9884AKS-140

A/D CONVERTER

R413

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C420

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C422

3900pF

25V

B:CHIP

R415

3.3k

1/16W

:RN-CHIP

C423

39000pF

16V

B:CHIP

C426

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C425

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C429

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

TP401(HS)

JL403

HS

TP401

3.3 Vp-p (H)

HSI

JL404

VS

TP402

VSI

TP402(VS)

TO P5

3.3 Vp-p (V)

D

C430

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

DGB2

DGB3

DGB4

DGB5

DGB6

DGB7

VDD

GND

DGA4

DGA5

DGA6

DGA7

VDD

GND

DGB0

DGB1

DBA0

DBA1

DBA2

DBA3

DBA4

DBA5

DBA6

DBA7

DRB6

DRB7

VDD

GND

DGA0

DGA1

DGA2

DGA3

DRB0

DRB1

DRB2

DRB3

DRB4

DRB5

+3.3V

3.3V-2

FB402

0UH

C431

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

JL439

JL440

C435

2.2

16V

F:CHIP

GRO6

GRO7

C432

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

GGE0

GGE1

GGE2

GGE3

GGE4

GGE5

GGE6

GGE7

C433

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

GGO0

GGO1

GRO0

GRO1

GRO2

GRO3

GRO4

GRO5

GGO2

GGO3

GGO4

GGO5

GGO6

GGO7

C434

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

GBE0

GBE1

GBE2

GBE3

GBE4

GBE5

GBE6

GBE7

RB415

10k*4

:CHIP

TMDS/

ADC

MS/

CE

R/G/B

GCLK

111

GVS

GHS

117

103

GPENSOG

104

GCLK

109

GVS GFBK

GHS

GREF>

GPENSOG

GBLKSPL>

GCOAST>

110

95

96

GFBK

GREF

GBLKSPL

GCOAST

3.3V-2

R441

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R423

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

JL426

JL427

JL436

JL437

JL438

3.3V-2

R443

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

JL441

29

9

30

10

71

11

52

33

4

46

25

5

3

45

66

24

68

48

27

7

28

69

49

8

72

73

53

IC503(2/5)

PW164-10RK

SCAN CONV

VCLK

VCLKEN

VPEN

14

34

15

VVS

VHS

VFIELD

VR/ /Y0

VR/ /Y1

VR/ /Y2

VR/ /Y3

VR/ /Y4

VR/ /Y5

VR/ /Y6

VR/ /Y7

VG/Y /U0

VG/Y /U1

VG/Y /U2

VG/Y /U3

VG/Y /U4

VG/Y /U5

VG/Y /U6

VG/Y /U7

VB/UV/V0

VB/UV/V1

VB/UV/V2

VB/UV/V3

VB/UV/V4

VB/UV/V5

VB/UV/V6

VB/UV/V7

GRE0

GRE1

GRE2

GRE3

GRE4

GRE5

GRE6

GRE7

144

151

150

149

152

160

159

168

GGE0

GGE1

GGE2

94

87

88

118

GGE3

GGE4

GGE5

112

119

120

GGE6

GGE7 127

GBE0

GBE1

GBE2

GBE3

GBE4

76

18

GBE0

GBE1

GBE2

GBE5

GBE6

GBE7

57

38

19

39

20

78

GBE3

GBE4

GBE5

GBE6

GBE7

GRO0

128

GRO1

GRO2

GRO3

133

134

135

GRO4

136

GRO5

GRO6

142

141

GRO7

143

GRO0

GRO1

GRO2

GRO3

GRO4

GRO5

GRO6

GRO7

GGO0

GGO1

GGO2

GGO3

GGO4

GGO5

GGO6

GGO7

GBO0

GBO1

GBO2

GBO3

GBO4

GBO5

GBO6

GBO7

85

59

40

60

GGO0

GGO1

86

93

GGO2

GGO3

GGO4

GGO5

79

80

GGO6

GGO7

35

16

GBO0

GBO1

55

75

GBO2

GBO3

36

17

GBO4

56

37

GBO5

GBO6

GBO7

GGE0

GGE1

GGE2

GGE3

GGE4

GGE5

GGE6

GGE7

GRE0

GRE1

GRE2

GRE3

GRE4

GRE5

GRE6

GRE7

L402

100µH

C436

12p

CH:CHIP

X401

*

C437

12p

CH:CHIP

C438 C439

0.1

0.01

16V

B:CHIP

25V

B:CHIP

C441

22µH

10V

F:CHIP

R445

*

R424

*

1.2

1.3

R444 *

3.2

0

R428

*

R427

*

3.2

1.5

R446

*

IC503(1/5)

PW164-10RK

SCAN CONV

R426

22

1/16W

:CHIP

VPL-PX15

-PX10

VPL-PS10

R424

R427

R428

R432

R444

R445

R446

R447

X401

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

#

16.9344

MHz

#

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

14.318

MHz

X2

X1

VDD

VDD

S4

S3

GND

GND

S2

CLK

IC405

MK1714-01RT

SPECTRUM SPEED

REF

OE

PD

GND

S0

NC

S1

GND

LEE

XSEL

249

IC503(4/5)

PW164-10RK

SCAN CONV

> DCKEXT DCLK >

228

209

DVS >

189

DHS >

DEN >

251

DBE0

DBE1

DBE2

DBE3

DBE4

DBE5

DBE6

DBE7

255

254

212

191

252

211

232

231

DRO0

DRO1

DRO2

DRO3

DRO4

DRO5

DRO6

DRO7

248

227

247

186

206

226

246

225

DRE0

DRE1

DRE2

DRE3

DRE4

DRE5

DRE6

DRE7

167

176

166

165

174

195

173

216

DGE0

DGE1

DGE2

DGE3

DGE4

DGE5

DGE6

DGE7

194

215

236

235

256

213

192

234

DGO0

DGO1

DGO2

DGO3

DGO4

DGO5

DGO6

DGO7

245

224

204

184

244

243

223

241

DBO0

DBO1

DBO2

DBO3

DBO4

DBO5

DBO6

DBO7

202

182

221

240

201

239

200

238

+3.3V

3.2

0

3.2

R432

*

R447 *

R433

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

DCLK

DVS

DHS

R429 47 1/16W :CHIP

R430 100 1/16W :CHIP

R431 100 1/16W :CHIP

DGE0

DGE1

DGE2

DGE3

DGE4

DGE5

DGE6

DGE7

DBE0

DBE1

DBE2

DBE3

DBE4

DBE5

DBE6

DBE7

DRE0

DRE1

DRE2

DRE3

DRE4

DRE5

DRE6

DRE7

BB

R425

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

DVS

TO P5

R/G/B

TO P4

EVEN

RB402

10*4

:CHIP

RB403

10*4

:CHIP

RB404

10*4

:CHIP

RB405

10*4

:CHIP

RB406

10*4

:CHIP

RB407

10*4

:CHIP

(2/7)

A/D CONVERTER,

SCAN CONVERTER

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P2

7-19 7-19

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

BB (3/7) BB (3/7)

A

WRITE

WATCH

CN509

7P

WHT-L

:SMD

VCC

RXD

TXD

GND

EXTSW

WDTEN

GND

1

4

5

2

3

6

7

TO P4 OSD EN

FROM P5

PW

3.3V-2

IC501

S-80828ANNP-

EDR-T2

D501

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

RESET

R502

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

NC

VSS

VDD

OUT

C514

1

10V

B:CHIP

C516

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

R503

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R506

100

1/16W

:CHIP

INTERLACE

R501

100

1/16W

:CHIP

PIC MUTE

PW-OSD EN

IC502

74VHC02MTCX

NOR GATE

C521

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

N SG

TXD PW

PW WRT

RXD PW

S501

IC547

74VHC00MTCX

NAND

A0

B0

O0

A1

B1

O1

GND

VCC

A2

B2

O2

A3

B3

O3

C589

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

3.3V-2

X501

2770Y

120MHz

OE/ST

GND

VDD

OUT

FB502

0UH

C523

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R512

47

1/16W

:CHIP

D+5V

5V-2

TO P2

RESET

3.3V-2

SDA PW

SCL PW

R510

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

R511

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

PIC MUTE

D+5V

5V-2

TO P7

RXD RSW

IC548

74VHC125MTCX

BUFFER

A0

B0

O0

A1

B1

O1

GND

VCC

A2

B2

O2

A3

B3

O3

+5V

C592

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R565

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R566

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R567

100 1/16W :CHIP

R568

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C593

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

TO P7

TXD RSW

5V-2 D+5V

CN510

7P

WHT-L

:SMD

VCC

RXD

TXD

GND

EXTSW

WDTEN

GND

5

6

3

4

1

2

7

D+5V

5V-2

R569

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R570

100 1/16W :CHIP

R571

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

R574

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC550

74VHC125MTCX

BUFFER

A0

B0

O0

A1

B1

O1

GND

VCC

A2

B2

O2

A3

B3

O3

C594

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

Q524

2SA1162-YG-TE85L

SW

3.3V-2

D+3.3V

IC551

TC7W126FU(TE12R)

3STATE BUF

C597

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

RXDAT

TXDAT

RESETN

R575

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C520

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

2.5V-2

D2.5V

FB501

0UH

43 50 51 32 54 126 210 203 181

IC503(5/5)

PW164-10RK

SCAN CONV

47 58

BOOTWE

VPPEN

83

229

84

62

41

63

42

21

22

1

44

65

23

2

>RESET

>MCKEXT A5

A6

A7

IRRCVR0

A8

A9

A10

A11

A0

A1

A2

A3

A4

IRRCVR1 A12

A13

>RXD

<TXD

A14

A15

PORTA0

PORTA1

PORTA2

PORTA3

PORTA4

PORTA5

PORTA6

PORTA7

A16

A17

A18

A19

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

D10

D11

D12

D13

D6

D7

D8

D9

D14

D15

92

91

81

90

89

98

97

105

108

107

106

113

114

116

115

121

170

163

177

178

164

171

197

217

198

172

179

237

218

153

154

147

148

161

162

169

D+3.3V

3.3V-2

+3.3V

R513

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

26

6

13

219

RD

WR

BHEN

ROMOE

ROMWE

RAMOE

RAMWE DTMB

DTCLK CS0

CS1

SCANMODE

EXTINT

PTSTEN

NMI

139

140

146

137

130

129

122

138

145

82

61

R514

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R515

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R516

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC503(3/5)

PW164-10RK

SCAN CONV

MISC

A7

A8

A9

A10

A11

A12

A13

A0

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A14

A15

A16

A17

A18

A19

D5

D6

D7

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

D13

D14

D15

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

BHENN

ROMOEN

ROMWEN

RAMOEN

RAMWEN

CS0

CS1

R517

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

NMI

D3.3V

3.3V-2

FB503

0UH

C524

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

208 205

C501

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C503

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C502

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C504

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C505

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C506

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C507

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C508

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C509

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C511

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C510

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C512

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C513

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C515

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C517

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C518

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

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C525

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C526

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C528

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C527

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C530

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C529

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C532

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C531

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C534

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C533

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

ROMWEN

RAMWEN

A6

A7

A8

A9

A16

A15

A14

A13

A12

A11

A10

A9

A5

A4

A3

A2

A19

A18

A8

A7

A6

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7

C536

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

D3.3V

3.3V-2

FB505

0UH

FB504

0UH

+3.3V

C535

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

A17

A6

A5

A4

A3

RY/BY

NC

A17

A7

A2

A1

A15

A14

A13

A16

BYTE#

VSS

A12 DQ15/A-1

A11

A10

A9

DQ7

DQ14

DQ6

DQ13 A8

NC DQ5

DQ12 NC

WE#

DQ4

VCC RP#

NC

NC

DQ11

DQ3

VSS

CE#

AQ

DQ10

DQ2

DQ9

DQ1

DQ8

DQ0

OE#

ROMOEN

A1

R518

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

D15

D7

D14

D6

D13

D5

D12

D4

D11

C537

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

D3

D10

D2

D9

D1

D8

D0

ROMOEN

FCEN

D3.3V

3.3V-2

IC505

MBM29LV800TA-70

PFTN-SX1718

+3.3V

I/O5

I/O6

I/O7

I/O8

WE

A5

A6

A7

A8

NC

A0

A1

A2

A3

A4

CS

I/O1

I/O2

I/03

I/O4

VCC

VSS

I/O12

I/O11

I/O10

I/O9

NC

A12

A11

A10

A9

NC

A15

A14

A13

OE

UB

LB

I/O16

I/O15

I/O14

I/O13

VSS

VCC

A16

A15

A14

RAMOEN

BHENN

A0

D15

D14

D13

D12

C538

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

D11

D10

D9

D8

A13

A12

A11

A10

A17

RAMOEN

BHENN

IC506

IDT71V016S15PH-

TL

1M(64K*16) SRAM

BB

(3/7)

SCAN CONVERTER,

MEMORY

BHENN

ROMOEN

D 3.3V-2

FB522

0UH

ROMWEN

RESETN

NMI

FCEN

BOOTWE

VPPEN

A19

A18

A17

A3

A2

A1

A0

A7

A6

A5

A4

A11

A10

A9

A8

A16

A15

A14

A13

A12

D15

D14

D13

D12

D11

D10

D9

D8

D7

D6

D5

D4

D3

D2

D1

D0

6V

B11

A12

A2

A1

A0 B12

A13 GND

B13

A14

BHENN

GND

ROMOEN B14

A15

GND

B15 ROMOEN

A00102

A16

B16

D3.3V

ROMWEN

A17

B17

A18

D3.3V

ROMWEN

B18

D3.3V

CS0

A19

B19

A20

D3.3V

CS1

B20

GND

RESETN

A21

B21

A22

GND

NMI

GND

B22

A23

B23

A24

FCEN

GND

BOOTWE

GND

B24

A25

B25

A26

VPPEN

D15

D14

D13

B26

A27

B27

A28

D12

D11

D10

D9

B28

A29

D8

D7

B29 D6

A30

B30

A31

D5

D4

D3

B31 D2

A32

B32

A33

D1

D0

NC

B33 NC

A34

B34

6V

6V

A35 6V

B35 6V

A6

B6

A7

B7

A8

B8

A9

A4

B4

A5

B5

A1

B1

A2

B2

A3

B3

B9

A10

B10

A11

A6

A5

A4

A3

A13

A12

A11

A10

A9

A8

A7

GND

A18

GND

A17

GND

A16

A15

A14

CN502

70P

S

FOR EMUL

GND

A19

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P3

B C

7-20

D

7-20

E F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

BB (4/7) BB (4/7)

FROM_P2

EVEN

R/G/B

OSD EN

FROM_P3

R678

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R677

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

DRE1

DRE0

DGE7

DGE6

DGE5

DGE4

DGE3

DGE2

DGE1

DGE0

DRE7

DRE6

DRE5

DRE4

DRE3

DRE2

DBE7

DBE6

DBE5

DBE4

DBE3

DBE2

DBE1

DBE0

DRE1

DRE0

DGE1

DGE0

DBE1

DBE0

DCLK

DHS

DVS

+3.3V

GND

TP601

IC607

S-80828ANNP-EDR-

T2

RESET

D601

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

R601

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

NC

VSS

VDD

OUT

R602

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R/G/B

TO_P1

DA DAT

3.3V-2 3.3V-3

+3.3V

FB602

0UH

+3.3V

FB607

0UH

24

72

26

17

64

18

65

106

19

21

68

22

69

110

70

111

66

107

20

67

11

59

13

61

102

15

62

103

16

63

RIN7

RIN6

RIN5

RIN4

ROUT9

ROUT8

ROUT7

ROUT6

ROUT5

RIN3

RIN2

RIN1

RIN0

ROUT4

ROUT3

GIN7

GIN6

ROUT2

ROUT1

GIN5

GIN4

ROUT0

GOUT9

GIN3

GIN2

GIN1

GOUT8

GOUT7

GOUT6

GOUT5

GOUT4

GIN0

BIN7

BIN6

BIN5

GOUT3

GOUT2

BIN4

BIN3

GOUT1

GOUT0

BIN2

BIN1

BOUT9

BOUT8

BIN0

ROSD2

ROSD1

ROSD0

BOUT7

BOUT6

BOUT5

BOUT4

BOUT3

BOUT2

GOSD2

GOSD1

GOSD0

BOUT1

BOUT0

BOSD2

BOSD1

BOSD0

OSDI

OSDYS

OSDYM

123

122

85

121

84

39

120

83

31

77

116

30

76

115

29

75

114

113

28

74

126

89

44

88

43

87

42

86

41

93

92

128

91

46

127

90

IC601(1/4)

CXD9607GB

3D GAMMA & TG

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

C601

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

R604

R603

*

*

TO_P1

DCLK

3.3V-2

IC602

TC74LCX125FT(EL)

BUFF

FB601

0UH

R6

R5

R4

R3

R2

R9

R8

R7

B9

B8

B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

B2

G9

G8

G7

G6

G5

G4

G3

G2

B6

B5

B4

B3

B2

B1

B0

G3

G2

G1

G0

G1

G0

B9

B8

B7

R1

R2

R1

R0

R0

G9

G8

G7

G6

G5

G4

R9

R8

R7

R6

R5

R4

R3

RB606

22*4

:CHIP

RB605

22*4

:CHIP

R608

*

R607

*

RB604

22*4

:CHIP

RB603

22*4

:CHIP

R606

*

R605

*

RB602

22*4

:CHIP

RB601

22*4

:CHIP

R603-R608

R631

0

1/16W

:CHIP

VPL-PX15 VPL-PS10

VPL-PX10

22 1/16W

CHIP

47 1/16W

CHIP

JL636

C633

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

3.3V-2

+3.3V

IC615

TC7WH74FU(TE12R)

RESET

R672

0

1/16W

:CHIP

2.8

3.2

2.9

5.0

R673

0

1/16W

:CHIP

HSO

VSO

TP620

HSO

TP621

VSO

C615 47 6.3V :AL-CP

C614 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C613 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C612 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C611 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C610 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C609 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C608 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C607 0.1 16V B:CHIP

C606 0.1 16V B:CHIP

TP620(HSO)

3.3 Vp-p (H)

TP621(VSO)

3.3 Vp-p (V)

IC601(4/4)

CXD9607GB

3D GAMMA & TG

AVDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

VDD

NC

GND

GND

NC

47

130

135

139

142

108

112

143

136

94

14

23

38

AGND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

36

49

60

71

82

4

1

12

25

40

45

104

109

131

134

138

R676

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R675

0

1/16W

:CHIP

TG RESET

125

48

81

35

119

80

78

79

34

117

118

124

CLKI CS

RESET IFHIZ

HSYNCI HSYNCO

VSYNCI

VSYNCO

HSDA RSCL

HSCL

SCK

SIN

SOT

RSDA

DEBUG

TEST

TEB

SCAN_AMC MODE

SCAN_SMC

TMC1

BUNRI TMC2

140

137

27

73

33

32

37

132

133

129

141

144

IC601(3/4)

CXD9607GB

3D GAMMA & TG

3.3V-2

+3.3V

C602

1

10V

B:CHIP

C603

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

3.3V-2

R613

3.9k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q602

2SA1037AK-T146-

DR

RES SW

3.2

2.6

R669

56k

:CHIP

R609

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

0.1

0.6

R610

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

C605

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

Q601

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

RES SW

R612

3.9k

1/16W

:CHIP

8 7 6 5

R611

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

3.2

1 2 3 4

IC608

M24C64WMN6T(A)

EEPROM

R614

47

1/16W

:CHIP

S601

W

R615

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R617

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R616

47

1/16W

:CHIP

N

R619

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R618

47

1/16W

:CHIP

LCDFRP

R632

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R636

0

1/16W

:CHIP

HSG

VSG

TO P1

FROM_P1

Q604

2SC3326N-TE85L-

AB

BUS SW

4.9

5.0

R621

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

4.9

4.9

R623

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

5.0

R620

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

4.9

R622

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

Q603

2SC3326N-TR85L-

AB

BUS SW

5V-2

+5V

R625

47

1/16W

:CHIP

SDA 400K

R624

47

1/16W

:CHIP

3

4

SCL 400K

1

2

CN601

4P

WHT

:SMD

+5V

W SCL

W SDA

GND

I2C

3D GAMMA EEPROM

LCDDWN

LCDPCG

LCDENB1

LCDENB2

LCDPCG

LCDBLK

LCDDWN

LCDPRG

LCDFRP

LCDCLR

LCDRGT

LCDRGTX

LCDENB

LCDENB1

LCDENB2

INVCNT

AGCSHP

SID

CNT1A

CNT1B

CNT2A

CNT2B

LCDHST

LCDHCK1

LCDHCK2

LCDVST

LCDVST1

LCDVCK

LCDVCKX

52

5

53

6

54

100

LCDPCG

9

57

LCDDWN

10

LCDPRG

58

LCDFRP

3

LCDCLR

50

LCDRGT

51

LCDRGTX

2

LCDENB

101

97

98

LCDHCK1

55

LCDHCK2

7

LCDVST

99

8

LCDVCK

56

105

95

INVCNT

96

R627 47k 1/16W :CHIP

R626 47k 1/16W :CHIP

LCDHST

LCDHCK1

LCDHCK2

LCDVST

LCDVST1

LCDVCK

LCDVCKX

LCDPCG

LCDPRG

LCDFRP

LCDRGT

LCDRGTX

LCDENB

LCDENB1

LCDENB2

INVCNT

AGCSHP

JL620

JL634

IC601(2/4)

CXD9607GB

3D GAMMA & TG

C629

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

5V-2

+5V

LCDFRP

LCDPRG

INVCNT

LCDENB

LCDHST

LCDHCK1

LCDHCK2

1.6

3.2

CK

D

VCC

Q

GND

PR

CLR

Q

4.9

IC616

TC7WH74FU(TE12R)

D F-F

LCDVST LCDHST

LCDVCK

LCDDWN

LCDRGT

LCDRGTX

AGCSHP

LCDVST1

LCDVCKX

C622

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

R670

0

1/16W

:CHIP

5V-2

+5V

R639

0 1/16W :CHIP

R634

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R637

0

1/16W

:CHIP

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

IC609

74VHCT04AMTCX

INV

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

C620

0.1 16V B:CHIP

1.6

0.4

3.2

2.9

3.1

G1

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

GND

GND

G2

Y1

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y7

Y8

IC604

TC74VHCT541AFT

BUFF

C619 47 6.3V :AL-CP

C617 0.1 16V B:CHIP

2.4

0.6

4.9

4.5

4.8

4.8

4.8

FB605

0UH

1.7

1.7

A4

A5

A6

A7

G1

A1

A2

A3

A8

GND

IC605

TC74VHCT541AFT

BUFF

VCC

G2

Y1

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y7

Y8

3.1

4.9

1.6

0.1

0

3.2

0

0.2

C616 0.1 16V B:CHIP

A4

A5

A6

A7

G1

A1

A2

A3

A8

GND

VCC

G2

Y1

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y7

Y8

2.8

0

0

4.8

4.9

2.4

0.1

0

1.9

0

1.2

+5V

C625 0.1 16V B:CHIP

3.2

3.2

0

1.6

G1

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

GND

VCC

G2

Y1

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

Y7

Y8

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

0

2.5

FB608

0UH

R652

0

1/16W

:CHIP

TP610

FRPRB

FRPRB

SID

RB612

22*4

:CHIP

JL617

JL616

JL635

JL615

R653 22 1/16W :CHIP

R654 22 1/16W :CHIP

R655 22 1/16W :CHIP

5V-2

+5V

FB604

0UH

RB610

100*4

:CHIP

RB613

100*4

:CHIP

JL633

JL632

JL631

JL630

JL629

JL628

JL614

POS-CON1

POS-CON2

FRPG

PRG

ENB

DXR

DXG

DXB

CLXR

CLXG

CLXB

FB603

0UH

RB608

22*4

:CHIP

R663 22 1/16W :CHIP

JL612

JL611

JL610

JL609

JL608

JL607

JL606

JL605

R666

22

1/16W

:CHIP

R668 R667

22

1/16W

:CHIP

22

1/16W

:CHIP

DYRGB

CLYRGB

NRGRGB

DWN

GDIR

RBDIR

ENBX1R

ENBX1G

ENBX1B

ENBX2R

ENBX2G

ENBX2B

HCK1R

HCK1G

HCK1B

HCK2R

HCK2G

HCK2B

TO_P1

TG

CLP TO_P1

RB614

100*4

:CHIP

BB

(4/7)

(3D GAMMA & TG)

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P4

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-21 7-21

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

A

BB (5/7) BB (5/7)

5V -1

R701

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R702

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

+3.3V

D701

HN1D03FU-TE85R

DISCHARGE

R703

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R704

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

OUT VSS

3.3V

-1

+5V

R705

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

IC702

S-80828ANNP-ED6-

T2

RESET

OUT VSS

C701

1

10V

B:CHIP

VDD NC

IC701

S-80842ANNP-ED6-

T2

RESET

C702

1

10V

B:CHIP

VDD NC

TO P1

AUDIO

TO P1

NF ON

NR ON

FROM P1

LAMP TEMP

PANEL TEMP

AUDIO MUTE

AUDIO MUTE

SCLK

SDAT

TO P7

CPU SRES

FROM P7

CPU RES

D702

HN1D03FU-TE85R

OR

R720

10

1/16W

:CHIP

JL742

JL743

R758 0

FWE

C705

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

SUB+5V

5V

+5V

-1

VIN

IC704

LP2985IM5X-3.3

3.3V REG

VOUT

GND

BYPASS

ON/OFF

SUB+3.3V

3.3V

+3.3V

-1

C717

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C704

4.7

10V

B:CHIP

C712

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

R719

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C707

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C710

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

X701

XTAL12.288MHz

C709

10p

CH:CHIP

C711

10p

CH:CHIP

C713

470p

CH:CHIP

R721

3k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R722

200

1/16W

:RN-CP

C714

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R749

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

KEY0

KEY1

FAN CONT1

FAN CONT2

R741

10k

1/16W

R740

10k

1/16W

R742

10k

1/16W

R735 100 1/16W :CHIP

100 1/16W :CHIP

RB704

100*4

:CHIP

R711

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R712

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

VPL-PX10

MODEL ONLY

RB703

100*4

:CHIP

RB702

1k*4

:CHIP

5V-2

R715 5V-2

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

RB705

10k*4

:CHIP

VPL-PX10

MODEL ONLY

R710

10k 1/16W

+5V

C703

1

10V

B:CHIP

R714 10k 1/16W :CHIP

JL713

JL714

90 89

91 AVCC

92 VREF

93 AN0/P40

94 AN1/P41

95 AN2/P42

96 AN3/P43

97 AN4/P44

98 AN5/P45

99 DA0/AN6/P46

100 DA1/AN7/P47

101 AN8/P90

102 ANP/P91

103 AN10/P92

104 AN11/P93

105 AN12/P94

106 AN13/P95

107 AN14/P96

108 AN15/P97

109 AVSS

110 P70

111 P71

112 P72

113 P73

114 P74

115 SCK3

116 RXD3

117 TXD3

118 MD0

119 MD1

120 MD2

88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73

IC703

HD64F2633

MAIN CPU

72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61

PE7 41

PE6 40

PE5 39

PE4 38

PE3 37

PE2

36

PE1 35

PE0 34

TIOCB2

33

P16 32

TCLKC 31

RXD4 60

SCL0 59

SDA0 58

SCL1 57

VSS 56

SDA1 55

PVCC2 54

RXD0 53

TXD0 52

PD7 51

PD6 50

PD5

49

PD4 48

PD3 47

PD2 46

PD1 45

PVCC1 44

PD0 43

VSS 42

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

+5V

RB716

10k*4

:CHIP

RB706

100*4

:CHIP

C706

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

5V-2

R716

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R717

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

R746

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C708

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+3.3V

RB707

100*4

:CHIP

SIRCS

R748

100

1/16W

:CHIP

RB708

100*4

:CHIP

TO P7

C715

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

RB712

100*4

:CHIP

PW WRT

+3.3V

+5V

RB715

100*4

:CHIP

RB709

100*4

:CHIP

RB710

100*4

:CHIP

R756

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

C716

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R757

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

RB711

100*4

:CHIP

PW WRT

TO P1

STATE15V

PW-OSD EN

PIC MUTE

INTERLACE

TXD PW

RXD PW

TO P3

PW

RB714

10k*4

:CHIP

LAMP COV

FILT COV

POWER PROT

FAN PROT

FAN PROT CE

POWER ON

LAMP ON

RB713

100*4

:CHIP

+5V

R753

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R729

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

TP701

GND

IC705

TC7SET08FU

(TE85R)

BUFF

VSI

HSI

DVS

FROM P2

C718

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

TO P1

SIRCS

REQUEST1

CE RESET

TO P6

CPU

SCL USB

SDA USB

TO P1

I2C

TO P1

MS-USB

RXD CE

TXD CE

TO P7

TG RESET TO P4

USB REQ

R754

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

R755

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

JL736

CE ON TO P6

FLASH

CN701

8P

WHT-L

:SMD

GND

TXD

RXD

RES

VIN

FWE

MD1

MD2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

2

JL701

JL702

JL703

JL704

JL705

JL706

TO P7

FWE

MD2

AUDIO CS

RB701

100*4

:CHIP

JL734

RXD RSW

TXD RSCP

TO P7

JL720

JL721

JL722

SDA 400K

SCL 400K

SDA

SCL

E-RES

B C

7-22

D

7-22

E F G

BB

(5/7)

(MAIN CPU)

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P5

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

BB (6/7) BB (6/7)

CN801

50P

WHT-L

:SMD

POWER_PROT 50

POWER_PROT 49

FAN-CONT2

FAN-CONT2

FAN-CONT1

FAN-CONT1

48

47

46

45

FANPROT CE 44

FANPROT CE 43

FAN-PROT

FAN-PROT

CE-ON

CE-ON

42

41

40

39

POEWR CONT 38

POEWR CONT 37

GND

GND

GND

GND

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

GND

GND

36

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

GND

GND

D+3.3V

D+3.3V

D+3.3V

D+3.3V

GND

GND

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

D+5V(5V-2) 18

D+5V(5V-2) 17

GND

GND

GND

GND

A+6V

A+6V

A+6V

A+6V

GND

GND

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

GND

GND

A+16.5V

A+16.5V

A+16.5V

A+16.5V

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

SUB+5V

5V -1

+5V

FROM P5

CE ON

R818 100 1/16W :CHIP

D808

BZA456A

PROTECT

D803

BZA456A

PROTECT

RB802

100*4

:CHIP

16.5V

FB804

0UH

+16.5V

C802

10

16V

:AL-CP

R802

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

2 4

R805

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

ON/OFF ADJ

I

G

O

IC801

PQ20VZ1U

15.5V REG

R803

20k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R804

8.2k

1/16W

:RN-CP

+15.5V

R806

510

1/16W

:RN-CP

C804

47

25V

:AL-CP

IC802

BA12FP-E2

12V REG

+12V

I

G

O

12V-3

C803

47

25V

:AL-CP

C811

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

VISCA-RS

CN812

6P

WHT-L

:SMD

SUB+5V

RXD

TXD

GND

EXT SW

UPGM RS

5

6

3

4

1

2

5V -1

FB802

0UH

RB801

100*4

:CHIP

D801

BZA456A

PROTECT

FAN PROT CE

FAN PROT

FAN CONT1

FAN CONT2

POWER PROT

POWER ON

UPGM RS

TO P7

RXD RSB

TXD RSB

FILT COV

3.3V-2

+3.3V

5V-2

+5V

+6V

+16.5V

FB820

0UH

+6V

C817

10

16V

:AL-CP

+3.3V

FB819

0UH

IC807

BA05FP-E2

5V REG

I

G

O

IC806

PQ2TZ15U

2.5V REG

2 4

1

ON/OFF ADJ

I

G

O

C816

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

5

3

C814

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

C818

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

5V-3

+5V

C819

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C825

10

16V

:AL-CP

2.5V-2

+2.5V

C815

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+6V

I

G

O

C820

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

FB821

0UH

FB822

0UH

IC808

BA033FP-E2

3.3V REG

3.3V-3

C821

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

IC809

BA05FP-E2

5V REG

+5V

I

G

O

C824

10

16V

:AL-CP

C822

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

5V-4

C823

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

TO

BALAST

CN811

5P

WHT-L

LAMP PROT

GND

LAMP CONT

GND

NC

3

4

1

2

5

FB808

0UH 4.3

D802

BZA456A

PROTECT

R810

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C806

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

TO BALLAST

LAMP CONT 1

2

LAMP PROT 3

FB807

0UH

JL815

5V -1

C808

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

CN810

24P

TO H

FB811

0UH

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

KEY0

KEY1

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

PSAVE LED

LAMP LED

TEMP LED

POWER LED

D+5V

D+5V

GND

GND

GND

16

17

18

19

12

13

14

15

20

21

22

23

24

7

8

5

6

9

10

11

1

2

3

4

FB818

0UH

R812

100

1/16W

:CHIP

FB812 0UH

FB813 0UH

FB814 0UH

FB815 0UH

FB816 0UH

FB817 0UH

5V-2

5V -1

C810

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

GND

TP808

R867

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

5V -1

R868

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R827 330 1/16W :CHIP

R828 330 1/16W :CHIP

R829 330 1/16W :CHIP

R830 330 1/16W :CHIP

IC803

TC7SET08FU

(TE85R)

AND

4.9

BB

(6/7)

(REGULATOR)

LAMP ON

R808

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

LAMP PROT

R824 0 1/16W :CHIP

KEY0

R826 0 1/16W :CHIP

KEY1

PSAVE LED

LAMP LED

TEMP LED

POWER LED

LAMP COV

FROM P5

CPU

TO P7

5V -1

+5V

IC810

TC7SET04FU

(TE85R)

INV

0

FB805

0UH

FB806

0UH

3

4

1

2

CN806

4P

WHT-L

:SMD

FILT COVER

GND

LAMP COVER

GND

TO V BOARD

CN16

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-23 7-23

E F

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P6

G H

1

2

3

4

5

BB (7/7) BB (7/7)

1

2

3

4

SUB+5V

5V

C927

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C928

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R927

22k

1/16W

:CHIP

C929

1

16V

B:CHIP

D927

HN1D03FU-TE85R

DISCHARGE

IC927

74VHC123AMTCX

MONO MULTI

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

C930

1

16V

B:CHIP

R928 22k 1/16W :CHIP

+5V

IC928

TC7W08FU(TE12R)

AND

+5V

IC930

TC7W74FU(TE12R)

D F-F

C932

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

C931

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

IC929

74VHCT04AMTCX

INV

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

C934

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

IC932

74VHC125MTCX

3 STATE BUFF

+5V

R969

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

R939

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

TO P5

R940

1k 1/16W :CHIP

CPU RES

CPU SRES

FROM P5

TXD CE

TXD RSCP

FWE

MD2

FROM P5

FROM P5

R965

68

1/16W

:CHIP

C936

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

IC934

74VHC125MTCX

3 STATE BUFF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

TXD CEB

FROM P1

R966

68

1/16W

:CHIP

RXD CE

FROM P1,P5

RXD RSW

TXD RSW

FROM P3,P5

FROM P3

C935

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

IC933

TC7W32FU(TE12R)

OR

C901

0.1 16V B:CHIP

IC901

TC7W14FU(TE12R)

INV

+5V

8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

C937

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

IC935

74VHC125MTCX

3 STATE BUFF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

R967

68

1/16W

:CHIP

5

A B C

R919

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

7-24

D

R941

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R938

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

R918

33k

1/16W

:CHIP

D901

DAN202K-T-146

PROTECT

7-24

E F

RS OFF

R968

68

1/16W

:CHIP

RXD RSB

TXD RSB

S901

RS ON

UPGM RS FROM P6

PW WRT FROM P5

UPGM CE

URT SW

BB

(7/7)

(LOGIC)

FROM P6

FROM P1

G

B-SS1721-WW-BB-P7

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

BB (1/7) 24LC21AT/SN (IC301)

SDA

VCLK

SCL

5

7

6

I/O

CONTROL

LOGIC

VCC

VSS

8

4

MEMORY

CONTROL

LOGIC

H/V

GENERATOR

XDEC

EEPROM

ARRAY

PAGE LATCHES

YDEC

SENSE AMP

R/W CONTROL

1 2 3

NC NC NC

BB (3/7) 74VHC00MTCX (IC547)

VCC 4B

14 13

4A

12

4Y

11

3B

10

3A

9

3Y

8

1 2

1A 1B

3

1Y

4

2A

5

2B

6

2Y

7

GND

BB (7/7) 74VHC123AMTCX (IC927)

16

1

15 14

Q

CLR

Q

13 12 11 10

CLR

Q

Q

2 3 4 5 6 7

9

8

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B

BB BB

C

2 OE 4

2A

5

2Y 6

GND 7

BB (3/7), (7/7) 74VHC125MTCX (IC548, IC550, IC932, IC934, IC935)

1 OE 1

1A

2

1Y 3

14 VCC

13

4 OE

12

4A

11 4Y

10

3 OE

9

3A

8 3Y

BB (7/7) 74VHCT04AMTCX (IC609) (IC929)

VCC

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

GND

BB (2/7) AD9884AKS-140 (IC402)

R IN

G IN

7

15

B IN

22

HSYNC

COAST

CLAMP

CKINV

CKEXT

40

41

28

27

44

CLAMP

CLAMP

CLAMP

CLOCK

GENERATOR

0.15V

A/D

A/D

A/D

2

CONTROL

8

8

8

REF

8

8

8

8

8

8

105

112

95

R

OUTA

R

OUTB

102

92

G

OUTA

85

82

G

OUTB

75

72

B

OUTA

65

63

B

OUTB

55

115

117

DATACK

HSOUT

127 REFIN

45 14 118

FILT SOGIN SOGOUT

29 30 31 32 125

SDA SCL A0 A1 PWRON

126

REFOUT

BB (2/7), (5/7) LP2985IM5X-3.3 (IC401, IC704)

V

IN

1

ON/OFF 3

V

REF

1.23V

4

OVER CURRENT/

OVER TEMP

PROTECTION

5 V

OUT

2

BB (4/7) TC74VHCT541AFT (IC604, IC605, IC606, IC610)

G1 1

A1

2

A2 3

A3 4

A4 5

A5 6

A6

7

A7

8

A8 9

GND 10

20 VDD

19 G2

18 Y1

17 Y2

16 Y3

15 Y4

14 Y5

13

Y6

12 Y7

11 Y8

D

7-25 7-25

E

BB (1/7) M52347FP-TE (IC303)

CLAMP+

TIMING

20

V. POL

19

H. POL

18

CLAMP+

OUT

17

V

CC

16

CLAMP

GEN

EDGE

SW

HD–

OUT

15

V TIME

GATE

HD+

OUT

14

VD+

OUT

13

V S/S

OUT

12

V S/S

IN

11

V. SYNC

SEP

LOGIC

LOGIC

SYNC

SEP

1

H. STATE

2

V. STATE

3

CLAMP

SW

4

GREEN

IN

5

GND

H

SHAPE

H

DET

6

COMP/H

IN

7

COMP/H

DET

V

SHAPE

8

V IN

V

DET

9

V DET

10

V TIME GATE

SW

F G H

BB (1/7) M52758FP (IC302)

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

BB (2/7) MK1714-01RT (IC405)

PD

18

LOW EMI

ENABLE

12

INPUT CRYSTAL

OR CLOCK

X1

2

X2

1

S4 5

VDD

3,4

5

GND

7,8,13,17

S3

6

S2

9

PLL CLOCK

MULTIPLIER AND

SPREAD

SPECTRUM

CIRCUITRY

CRYSTAL

OSCILLATOR

11

XSEL

OUTPUT

BUFFER

10 CLOCK OUT

OUTPUT

BUFFER

20 REF

19

OE (BOTH OUTPUTS)

BB (5/7) S-80828ANNP (IC702)

VDD 2

1 OUT

VSS 4

VREF

BB BB

BB (5/7) S-80842ANNP (IC701)

VDD 2

1 OUT

VSS 4

VREF

BB (7/7) TC7W74FU(TE12R) (IC930)

Vcc

8

PR

7

CLR

6

D

C

S

R

Q

Q

Q

5

1

CK

2

D

3

Q

4

GND

BB (1/7) TC7WH123FU (IC306)

VCC

8

A

B

1

2

5 Q

Cx

Rx/Cx

6

7

3 4

CLR GND

BB (4/7) TC7WH74FU-TE12R (IC615, IC616)

Vcc

8

PR

7

CLR

6

D

C

S

R

Q

Q

Q

5

1

CK

2

D

3

Q

4

GND

7-26 7-26

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

C (2/5) ADV7123KST140 (IC301)

VAA

13

BLANK

11

SYNC

12

R9 - R0

39

48

10

DATA

REGISTER

10 DAC

1

G9 - G0

10

10

B9 - B0

14

23

10

PSAVE

38

CLOCK

24

DATA

REGISTER

10 DAC

DATA

REGISTER

POWER-DOWN

MODE

25

GND

10 DAC

37

RSET

35

COMP

BLANK AND

SYNC LOGIC

VOLTAGE

REFERENCE

CIRCUIT

34

IOR

33

IOR

32

IOG

31

IOG

28

IOB

27

IOB

36

VNEF

C (3/5), (4/5), (5/5) CXA3512R-T6 (IC501, IC502, IC601, IC602, IC701, IC702)

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

SID

CAL_R

49

CAL_O 50

CAL_I 51

V

DD

52

DGND

53

MCLK 54

MCLKX 55

GND 56

GND 57

DLYCTR 58

CLKOUT 59

CLKOUTX

60

NC 61

CLKIN 62

CLKINX

63

F/H_CNT

64

CALIBRA-

TION

AMP

D

INVERT

AMP

CLOCK

DELAY

TIMING

GENERA-

TOR

S/H pulses offset cancel mode timing

S/H

S/H

S/H

S/H

S/H

S/H

BUFFER

VCOM

S/H S/H

OFFSET CANCEL

S/H S/H

OFFSET CANCEL

S/H S/H

OFFSET CANCEL

S/H S/H

OFFSET CANCEL

S/H S/H

OFFSET CANCEL

S/H S/H

OFFSET CANCEL

BUFFER

BUFFER

BUFFER

BUFFER

BUFFER

32

SHOUT1

31 NC

30 SHOUT2

29 NC

28

SHOUT3

27 NC

26 PV

CC

25 GND

24 GND

23 PGND

22 NC

21

SHOUT4

20 NC

19 SHOUT5

18

NC

17 SHOUT6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

C C

C (2/5) M52749FP-TP (IC302)

OSD IN (R)

4

INPUT (R) 2

VCC1 (R) 3

GND1 (R) 5

OSD IN (G)

9

INPUT (G) 6

VCC1 (G)

8

GND1 (G)

10

OSD IN (B) 13

INPUT (B)

11

VCC1 (B) 12

GND1 (B) 16

ABL IN 17

INPUT (SOG) 7

SOG Sep OUT

20

CLAMP

CLAMP

CLAMP

Sync On

Green

Sep

SUB

CONTRAST

SUB

CONTRAST

SUB

CONTRAST

21

42 34 30

MAIN

CONTRAST

OSD MIX AMP

CLAMP

F/B

RETRACE

BLANKING

41 OUTPUT (R)

MAIN

CONTRAST

OSD MIX AMP

CLAMP

F/B

RETRACE

BLANKING

38 OUTPUT (G)

14

MAIN

CONTRAST

Main

CONTRAST

8bit

1

OSD MIX

OSD

LEVEL

4bit

B SUB CONT 8bit

G SUB CONT 8bit

R SUB CONT 8bit

AMP

CLAMP

F/B

DAC

25 26 27 28 29

RETRACE

BLANKING

BUS

I/F

32 36 39

33 OUTPUT (B)

35

Contrast ref.

31

Contrast cont.

19

VCC=5V

23

SDA

22

SCL

24 GND (5V)

C (1/5) TC7WH74FU(TE12R) (IC104)

Vcc

8

PR

7

CLR

6

D

C

S

R

Q

Q

Q

5

1

CK

2

D

3

Q

4

GND

C (2/5) M62392FP (IC304, IC305)

CS0 CS1

24 23

CS2

22

V

DD

21

V

CC

20

A

O6

19

A

O5

18

CHIP SELECT

A

O4

17

A

O3

16

A

O2

15

A

O1

14

V refU2

13

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

8-BIT

LATCH

8BIT

UPPER DIGITS

SEGMENT R-2R

1

R

2

SCL

3

SDA

7-27

4

A

O7

5

A

O8

7-27

6

A

O9

7

A

O10

8

A

O11

9

A

O12

10 11 12

V refL

V refU1

GND

C BOARD

*

: B SIDE

D301

*

A-2

D302 * B-1

D303

*

B-2

D304 * B-2

D305

*

B-2

D306 B-2

D307 B-2

D308 B-2

D500

*

C-1

D600 * A-2

D700

*

F-4

IC104 E-1

IC105 E-1

IC106

*

D-2

IC107 * D-2

IC109 E-6

IC301 E-1

IC302 E-2

IC303 E-1

IC304 A-2

IC305 B-1

IC500 B-3

IC501 C-1

IC502

*

C-1

IC600 A-4

IC601 A-3

IC602 * A-3

IC700 F-3

IC701 F-3

IC702

*

E-3

Q301 E-2

Q302 E-2

Q303 E-2

Q304 E-2

Q500 B-2

Q501 B-2

Q502 B-2

Q503 B-3

Q504 C-1

Q600 A-3

Q601 A-3

Q602 A-4

Q603 A-4

Q604 A-2

Q700 E-5

Q701 E-5

Q702 E-5

Q703 E-5

Q704 F-4

TP108 E-1

TP110 E-6

TP111 A-5

TP112 E-1

TP113 E-1

TP114 E-1

TP115 D-1

TP201 B-3

TP202 B-3

TP203 B-3

TP204 C-2

TP205 C-3

TP206 C-2

TP207 C-2

TP208 D-2

TP209 D-2

TP301 F-2

TP302 E-3

TP303 E-2

TP304 E-2

TP305 F-3

TP306 E-1

TP307 E-1

TP308 E-1

TP309 D-2

TP310 E-3

TP311 E-2

TP500 B-1

TP501 B-2

TP502 C-2

TP600 A-3

TP601 A-3

TP602 B-4

TP700 E-4

TP701 F-3

TP702 E-4

C C

TP110

TH101

C107

C123

C122

Q700 Q701 Q702 Q703

TH102

TP111

7-28

C603

IC600

R605

Q603

Q600Q601

Q602

C621

C610

C615

FB604

IC601

R614

R610

R612

R616

TP600

Q604

TP601

R631

R630

R629

R628

R627

R626

R639

C628

L602

IC304

R506

R507

D308

D307

D306

Q502

R353

R354

R355

IC305

C283

TP202

C503

CN1205

CN1206

C502

C527

TP207

TP206

C506

FB506

L501

C525

TP208

TP502

R539

R522

R520

C529

L502

R516

R512 Q504

C509

TP115

7-28

C729

L702

C728

L700

FB702

C703

FB703

FB706

C732

R726

R727

R728

R729

R730

R731

R738

TP310

C706

C727

IC701

L701

C721

TP305

R342

C712

C715

R307

C307

C310

Q302

R306

TP311

IC302

C317

R136

R135

R133

FB109

IC104

C314

TP306 TP307 TP308

C308

IC301

C303

R132

TP113 TP112

TP114

FB121

C

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

C C

R140

R138

R143

R706

R702

R701

JL704

R711

R710

C713

JL705

R713

C716

R717

C731

FB705

IC702

R725

R719 R721R723 R724

R734

R733

R732

JL706

R308

CN1202

JL112

JL122

JL104

R316

R321

R313

JL144

JL109

JL105

JL127

C632

FB606

JL601

JL131

JL134

JL121

JL118

C631

FB605

C605

C604

C702

JL501

JL302

R317

JL503

JL500

IC106 IC107

JL138

JL107

JL106

JL113

JL132

JL128

JL129

R104

JL125

JL114

JL115

JL137

C530

JL506

JL507

C524

C523

FB504

JL116

JL136

JL135

JL119

C522

JL124 C508

C519

JL102

C512

JL103

JL120

C526

C518

C511

FB603

R609 R606

R607 R608

R621

FB600

R615

JL606

R632

R633

R634

JL502

JL505

R538

JL123

R525

R524

R523

R519

IC602

C617

C611

JL607

R635

R636

R637

JL117

FB501

R509

R508

R505

JL130

R500

R504

R503

R501

JL608

C622

C614

C616

C608

JL605

R502

RB303

RB302

R352

R351

R350

RB301

FB303

R613 D600

C613

C609

C500

FB500

R336

R337

C323

D301

RB304 RB305

FB305

RB306

R515

R517

R344

FB307

CN1201

R102

R103

R101

JL101

JL133

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

7-29

C

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

7-29

1

2

3

4

5

A

C (1/5) C (1/5)

TG

CN1201

70P

WHT

LAMP_TEMP

PANEL_TEMP

SUB+5V

POS_CON2

SUB+5V

POS_CON1

ENBX2B

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX2G

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX2R

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX1B

A+5V(5V-3)

ENBX1G

ENBX1R

D+5V(5V-2)

CLP

D+5V(5V-2)

RBDIR

D+5V(5V-2)

GDIR

D+5V(5V-2)

DWN

NRGRGB

D+3.3V

CLYRGB

D+3.3V

DYRGB

B15

A16

B16

A17

B13

A14

B14

A15

B11

A12

B12

A13

B9

A10

B10

A11

B7

A8

B8

A9

B5

A6

B6

A7

B3

A4

B4

A5

A1

B1

A2

B2

A3

CLXB

A+12V(12V-3)

CLXG

A+12V(12V-3)

CLXR

A+12V(12V-3)

DXB

B19

A20

B20

A21

B17

A18

B18

A19

DXG B21

STATE 15V A22

DXR

A+16.5V

ENB

A+16.5V

PRG

A+16.5V

FRPG

A+16.5V

FRPRB

B24

A25

B25

A26

B22

A23

B23

A24

A+16.5V

GND

A+16.5V

SDA_100K B28

A29

B29

A30

B26

A27

B27

A28

A+16.5V

SCL_100K

GND

GND

VSO

VSO

GND

GND

HSO

HSO

B30

A31

B31

A32

B32

A33

B33

GND

GND

DCLK

DCLK

A34

B34

A35

B35

R101 0 :CHIP 1/16W

R102 0 :CHIP 1/16W

5V -1

R103

0 :CHIP 1/16W

5V-3

5V-2

3.3V-2

12V-3

16.5V

TP108

STATE

TP112

4.6 Vp-p (V)

R128

0

1/16W

:CHIP

R129

0

1/16W

:CHIP

VSO

HSO

LAMP TEMP

PANEL TEMP

POS-CON2

POS-CON1

ENBX2B

ENBX2G

ENBX2R

ENBX1B

ENBX1G

ENBX1R

CLYRGB

TP108

RBDIR

GDIR

DWN

DYRGB

CLXB

CLXG

CLXR

DXB

DXG

DXR

ENB

PRG

FRPG

FRPRB

CLP

NRGRGB

TP112

SDA 100K

TP113

SCL 100K

TP113

0.6

I2C

4.6 Vp-p (V)

DCLK

3.8Vp-p (67.7 MHz) (VPL-PX10/PX15)

8.4Vp-p (42.9 MHz) (VPL-PS10)

IC106

TC7SET04FU(TE85)

4.4

4.4

0.1

IC107

TC7SET32FU(TE85)

4.5

+5V

5V-2

C101

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

B C

7-30

D

CN1202

70P

WHT

R2

R2

R3

R3

R4

R4

R5

R5

R6

R6

R7

R7

R8

R8

R9

R9

GND

GND

R0

R0

R1

R1

GND

GND

G0

G0

G1

G1

G2

G2

G3

G3

G4

G4

G5

G5

G6

G6

G7

G7

G8

G8

G9

G9

GND

GND

B0

B0

B1

B1

B2

B2

B3

B3

B4

B4

B5

B5

B6

B6

B7

B7

B8

B8

B9

B9

GND

GND

B31

A32

B32

A33

B33

B29

A30

B30

A31

B27

A28

B28

A29

B25

A26

B26

A27

B23

A24

B24

A25

B21

A22

B22

A23

B19

A20

B20

A21

B17

A18

B18

A19

B15

A16

B16

A17

B13

A14

B14

A15

B11

A12

B12

A13

B9

A10

B10

A11

B7

A8

B8

A9

B5

A6

B6

A7

B3

A4

B4

A5

A1

B1

A2

B2

A3

A34

B34

A35

B35

G5

G6

G6

G7

G3

G4

G4

G5

G7

G8

G8

G9

G9

G0

G0

G1

G1

G2

G2

G3

R7

R8

R8

R9

R9

R5

R6

R6

R7

R3

R4

R4

R5

R0

R0

R1

R1

R2

R2

R3

B5

B6

B6

B7

B3

B4

B4

B5

B7

B8

B8

B9

B9

B0

B0

B1

B1

B2

B2

B3

STATE

16.5V

+16.5V

R141

0

1/16W

:CHIP

4.9

FB121

0UH

IC109

PQ20VZ1U

15.5V REG

1.2

15.5V

2 4

ON/OFF ADJ

I

G

O

R138

20k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R140

8.2k

1/16W

:RN-CP

+15.5V

R139

510

1/16W

:RN-CP

C123

47

25V

:AL-CP

5V -1

5V

+5V

LAMP TEMP

PANEL TEMP

TP110

R131

2.7k

TP111 1/16W

:RN-CP

C109

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

JL141

#

TH102

10K

LCD

C107

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

JL144

#

R130

1k

1/16W

:RN-CP

JL140

#

TH101

10K

LAMP

JL143

#

TO_P4,5,6

MCLK G

MCLK R

MCLK B

R132

47

1/16W

:CHIP

DACLK

+5V

5V-2

FB110

0UH

R135

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R137

47

1/16W

:CHIP

R136

47

1/16W

:CHIP

2.4

C113

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

IC105

TC7SET08FU(TE85)

BUFF

1.6

1.7

1.6

IC104

TC7WH74FU(TE12R)

DIVIDE 1/2

3.3V-2

FB109

0UH

+13.3V

CK

D

Q

GND

VCC

PR

CLR

Q

1.6

C112

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R133

47

1/16W

:CHIP

DCLK

TP114 TP115

C

(1/5)

(REGULATOR)

DA DAT

TO_P2

B-SS1721-WW-C-P1

7-30

E F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

C (2/5) C (2/5)

FROM_P1 DACLK

FROM_P1

DA DAT

G0

G1

G2

G3

G4

G5

G6

G7

G8

G9

+5V

G G4

G5

G6

G7

G0

G1

G2

G3

G8

G9

BLANK

SYNC

C303

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

5V-3

FB301

0UH

IC303

LM4041DIM3-1.2

(T&R)

SHUNT REG

1.2

3

2

1

C321

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R333

3.3k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

IC301

ADV7123KST140

D/A CONVERTER

VIDEO RR

VIDEO RG

VIDEO RB

VCOM R

VCOM G

VCOM B

NRSBR

NRSBG

NRSBB

DAC

TO_P4,P5,P6

R347

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R348

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

5V-3

R349

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

+5V

RB303

100*4

:CHIP

FB302

0UH

C324

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C325

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

RB302

100*4

:CHIP

C322

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

5V-2

FB303

0UH

2.0

3.0

3.0

3.1

3.5

3.3

FB305

BK1608TS601

RB304

100*4

:CHIP

C326

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

5V-3

C327

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

5V-2

FB306

0UH

2.5

2.5

2.5

C283

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

+5V

+5V

VREFU2

AO1

GND

VREFU1

AO2

AO3

VREFL

AO12

AO4

AO5

AO6

VCC

VDD

CS2

CS1

CS0

AO11

AO10

AO9

AO8

AO7

SDA

SCL

R

IC305

M62392FP

DAC

15.5V

D301

1SS355TE-17

PROTECT

VREFU2

AO1

GND

VREFU1

AO2

AO3

VREFL

AO12

AO4

AO5

AO6

VCC

VDD

CS2

CS1

CS0

AO11

AO10

AO9

AO8

AO7

SDA

SCL

R

IC304

M62392FP

DAC

2.4

3.2

3.1

3.1

2.3

4.8

4.8

C323

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

R350

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R337

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R336

SCEN

5.6k 1/16W :RN-CP

RB301

100*4

:CHIP

R335 100 1/16W :CHIP

R334 100 1/16W :CHIP

R352

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

DLYCNT B

DLYCNT G

DLYCNT R

15.5V

+15.5V

FB307

0UH

D304

1SS355TE-17

0V PROT

D302

1SS355TE-17

PROTECT

D303

1SS355TE-17

0V PROT

D305

1SS355TE-17

0V PROT

SCEN

C329

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

FB304

0UH

R351

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

2.5

2.5

3.5(2.5)

3.5(2.5)

3.5(2.5)

4.8

4.8

R344

5.6k

1/16W

:RN-CP

R343

10k

1/16W

:RN-CP

RB306

100*4 :CHIP

R345 100 1/16W :CHIP

R346 100 1/16W :CHIP

D306

RD5.1SB3-T1LEVEL

LEVEL SHIFT

D307

RD5.1SB3-T1LEVEL

LEVEL SHIFT

D308

RD5.1SB3-T1LEVEL

LEVEL SHIFT

NRSAB

NRSAG

NRSAR

SDA 100K

SCL 100K

SDA 100K

SCL 100K

I2C

12V-3

R331

680

1/16W

:RN-CP

1.2

VREF

COMP

IOR

IOR

IOG

IOG

VAA

VAA

IOB

IOB

GND

GND

C314

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

R

G

B

+5V

C320

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

TP306(RED)

1.4Vp-p (H)

RED

TP306

R324

22

1/16W

:RN-CP

R326

75

1/16W

:RN-CP

TP307

GREEN

C308

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

TP308

R318

22

1/16W

:RN-CP

R319

75

1/16W

:RN-CP

BLUE

R312

22

1/16W

:RN-CP

R309

75

1/16W

:RN-CP

TP307(GREEN)

1.4Vp-p (H)

TP308(BLUE)

1.1Vp-p (H)

L302

10µH

:CHIP

C318

82

16V

:OS

C316

3.3

50V

:AL-CP

C317

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

R

C312

3.3

50V

:AL-CP

C315

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C313

10

16V

:AL-CP

G

C306

3.3

50V

:AL-CP

C311

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

C309

10

16V

:AL-CP

B

C305

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

5V-3

L301

10µH

:CHIP

C304

10

16V

:AL-CP

C302

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

C301

0.01

25V

B:CHIP

FROM_P2

CLP

+12V

2.7

2.7

2.7

0.2

IC302

M52749FP-TP

CLAMP&AMP

OSDBLK VCC2

R_IN R_OUT

VCC1

OSDR

GND1

G_IN

NC

GND2

G_OUT

NC

SOG IN GND2

OSD G

GND1

MBRT

B_OUT

B_IN GND2

OSD B

GND1

BLK

D/A 1

NC

GND1

D/A 2

D/A 3

ABL IN D/A 4

NC

VCC 5V

D/A 5

GND

SOG OUT SDA

CLP SCL

4.0

4.1

4.4

2.6

3.7

4.7

3.2

3.0

4.8

4.8

FROM_P1

FROM_P1

HSO

VSO

TP301

1.5Vp-p (H)

TP302

1.5Vp-p (H)

TP303

1.2Vp-p (H)

TP304

3.3 Vp-p (H)

TP305

R338

47 1/16W :CHIP

R339

47 1/16W :CHIP

R340

47 1/16W :CHIP

R341

47 1/16W :CHIP

R342

47

1/16W

:CHIP

3.3 Vp-p (V)

TP301

TP302

TP303

TP304

5V-3

TP305

7

8

5

6

9

3

4

1

2

CN1203

9PIN

R

GND

G

GND

B

GND

HV

VD

+5V

L303

10µH

:CHIP

R332

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+12V

R329

2.2k

1/10W

:CHIP

R330

2.2k

1/10W

:CHIP

R

G

C310

0.22

10V

B:CHIP

R315

470k

1/16W

:CHIP

C307

0.22

10V

B:CHIP

R306

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

2.6

R313 10k 1/16W :CHIP

R304

100

1/16W

:CHIP

3.2

CAL

Q302

2SA1462-T1Y33Y34

BUFF

B

R302

100 1/16W :CHIP

SDA 100K

SCL 100K

R301

100 1/16W :CHIP

R327

680

1/16W

:CHIP

1.5

2.2

R325

390

1/16W

:CHIP

R320

680

1/16W

:CHIP

R314

390

1/16W

:CHIP

1.5

R322

2.2k

1/10W

:CHIP

Q304

2SA1462-T1Y33Y34

BUFF

2.2

R323

2.2k 1/10W :CHIP

Q303

2SA1462-T1Y33Y34

BUFF

GND

TP311

R307

680

1/16W

:CHIP

R303

390

1/16W

:CHIP

1.4

R310

2.2k

1/10W

:CHIP

2.1

R311

2.2k 1/10W :CHIP

Q301

2SA1462-T1Y33Y34

BUFF

R

G

B

C

(2/5)

D/A CONV.,DAC,

CLAMP & AMP

R328

82

1/16W

:CHIP

R317

82

1/16W

:CHIP

R305

82

1/16W

:CHIP

TO_P4

R OUT

TO_P3

G OUT

TO_P5

B OUT

TP309 TP310

M.OUT

B-SS1721-WW-C-P2

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-31 7-31

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

C (3/5) C (3/5)

5V-2

+5V

FB501

0UH

DWN

CLXG

DXG

CLYRGB

DYRGB

NRGRGB

C501

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

0

2.8

4.8

2.4

4.9

4.5

VCC

GND

ENBY2IN

ENBY1IN

DIRYIN

CLX2IN

CLX1IN

DXIN

CLYIN

DYIN

NRGIN

GND

TP201

TP202

15 Vp-p (V)

15 Vp-p (2H)

15.5V

+15.5V

FB502

0UH

TP201

TP202

C503

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

TP203

TP203

15 Vp-p (H)

15.5V

+15.5V

FB503

0UH

C502

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

IC500

LEO1030F0A

LEVEL SHIFT

VDD1

CLX1

CLX1

DX

ENBX4

ENBX3

ENBX2

ENBX1

DIRX

DIRX

DIRY

DIRY

11.4

11.3

0.4

8.4

8.3

15.5

0

C506

0.1 50V B:CHIP

C505

0.1 16V B:CHIP

C504

0.1 16V B:CHIP

TP204

15 Vp-p (2.8 MHz)

(VPL-PX10/PX15)

15 Vp-p (3.58 MHz)

(VPL-PS10)

C507

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

CLX

TP204

CLX

DX

TP205

TP206

ENB2

ENB1

TP207

DIRX

DIRY

TP207

15 Vp-p (2.8 MHz)

(VPL-PX10/PX15)

15 Vp-p (3.58 MHz)

(VPL-PS10)

TG

DAC

15.5V

TP208

FB500

0UH

C500

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

R500

100

1/16W

:CHIP

3

5

5.5

4.9

Q500

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

4

6

1

R502

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

6.1

1

5.5

2

Q501

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

6

4

3

2

5.4

4.9

4.6 Vp-p (2H)

5.5

5

6.1

R504

10

1/16W

:CHIP

R503

10

1/16W

:CHIP

R505

100

1/16W

:CHIP

Q503

HNIB01FU-TE85R

LEVEL BUF

+15.5V

R507

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

6.1

1

5.5

4

5.5

2

6 3

5

6.1

TP208

5.5

3 6

5

Q502

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

4.9

4 1

5.5

R506

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

2

4.9

R509

10

1/16W

:CHIP

R508

10

1/16W

:CHIP

TP209

R501

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

15.5V

VIDEO RG

FROM_P2

G OUT

+5V

R511

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C508

10p

:CHIP

3.0

CAL

MCLK G

TP205

R510

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R512

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

15 Vp-p (H)

DLYCNT G

TP206

15 Vp-p (2.8 MHz)

(VPL-PX10/PX15)

15 Vp-p (3.58 MHz)

(VPL-PS10)

5V-3 5V-2

TP500(GINV)

6.8 Vp-p (2H)

+15.5V

Q504

2SC4081TI06R

BUF G

FB504

0UH

D500

1SS355TE-17

RECT

2.4

C509

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

R513

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

C512

1000p

B:CHIP

C518

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

C516

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C514

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

L500

100µH

:CHIP

C511

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

C517

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

+5V

GINV

TP500

3.0

7.0

7.0

2.4

1.4

3.2

3.2

3.4

3.4

3.4

0

52

53

54

55

49

50

51

CAL_R

CAL_O

CAL_I

VDD

DGND

MCLK

MCLKX

59

60

61

56

57

58

GND

GND

DLYCTR

CLKOUT

CLKOUTX

NC

62

63

CLKIN

64

CLKINX

F/H_CNT

C519

1000p

B:CHIP

R518

47

C520

1/16W

22p

:CHIP

CH:CHIP

C522

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

C523

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

IC502

CXA3512R-TR

LCD DRIVER

C524

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

L501

C527

47

25V

:AL-CP

7.2

SHOUT1

NC

32

31

30 SHOUT2

NC 29

28

SHOUT3

NC

PVCC

27

26

GND

GND

25

24

PGND

NC

SHOUT4

NC

SHOUT5 19

18

NC

SHOUT6

17

23

22

21

20

7.2

7.2

7.2

7.2

7.2

L502

C528

47

25V

:AL-CP

TP502(GVID1)

GVID1

TP502

10.2 Vp-p (2H)

C526

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

VID1

R537

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID3

R536

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID5

R535

0 :CHIP 1/16W

R534

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID7

R533

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID9

R532

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID11

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VID7

VID8

VID9

VID10

VID11

VID12

15.5V

+15.5V

FB505

0UH

C531

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

G

FB506

0UH

C532

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

R515

100

1/16W

:CHIP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

C529

100

16V

:AL-CP

C530

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R521

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R524

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R538

0

1/16W

:CHIP

+15.5V

NRS1

DY

DIRY

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

DIRY

ENB1

ENB2

DIRX

CLX

CLX

DX

TP209

4.6 Vp-p (2H)

DLYCNT G

VPL-PX15,

VPL-PX10

MODEL ONLY

C510

2.2

+5V

C521

0.1

7.2

2.5

7.1

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

+15.5V

C513

0.1

C515

0.1

7.1

2.4

1.4

3.2

R514

100

1/16W

3.3

3.3

0

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

CAL_R

CAL_O

CAL_I

VDD

DGND

MCLK

MCLKX

GND

GND

58

59

60

DLYCTR

CLKOUT

CLKOUTX

61

62

NC

CLKIN

63

64

CLKINX

F/H_CNT

IC501

CXA3512R-T6

LCD DRIVER

SHOUT1

NC

32

31

SHOUT2

NC

30

29

SHOUT3

NC

28

27

26

PVCC

GND

GND

PGND

NC

25

24

23

22

SHOUT4

NC

SHOUT5

21

20

19

NC

SHOUT6

18

17

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

TP501(GVID2)

GVID2

TP501

C525

0.1

7.2

7.2

R531

0

7.2

R530

0

R529

0

JL505

VID2

VID4

VID6

VID8

VID1

VID3

VID5

VID7

VID9

VID11

7.2

7.2

R528

0

7.2

R527

0

R526

0

VID10

VID12

10.4 Vp-p (2H)

G

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

NRS1

NRS2

DY

R539

0

A B C

7-32

D

7-32

E F

CN1205

30P

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

VDDY

VDDX

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

VSSX

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VID7

VID8

VID9

VID10

VID11

VID12

NRS1

LCCOM

DY

DIRY

VSSY

30

1

29

2

28

3

27

4

26

5

25

6

24

7

23

8

22

9

21

10

20

11

19

12

18

13

17

14

16

15

7

24

6

25

5

26

4

27

3

28

2

29

1

30

15

16

14

17

13

18

12

19

11

20

10

21

9

22

8

23

CN1206 30P

DY

VDDX

NC

NC

VSSY

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VSSX

ENB1

ENB2

DIRX

CLX

CLX

DX

CLY

CLY

VDDY

NRG

DIRY

LCCOM

LCCOM

NRS1

NRS2

VSSY

VSSY

DY

30

1

29

2

28

3

27

4

26

5

25

6

24

7

23

8

22

9

21

10

20

11

19

12

18

13

17

14

16

15

15

16

14

17

7

24

6

25

5

26

4

27

3

28

2

29

1

30

13

18

12

19

11

20

10

21

9

22

8

23

G

C

(3/5)

LEVEL SHIFT,

LCD DRIVER

B-SS1721-WW-C-P3

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

C (4/5) C (4/5)

5V-2

+5V

FB601

0UH

15.5V

+15.5V

FB602

0UH

C603

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

DWN

CLXR

DXR

CLYRGB

DYRGB

NRGRGB

0

2.8

4.8

2.4

4.9

4.5

C601

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

VCC

GND

ENBY2IN

ENBY1IN

DIRYIN

CLX2IN

CLX1IN

DXIN

CLYIN

DYIN

NRGIN

GND

IC600

ELO1030F0A

LEVEL SHIFT

JL601

#

15.5V

FB603

0UH

+15.5V

VDD1

CLX1

CLX1

DX

ENBX4

ENBX3

ENBX2

ENBX1

DIRX

DIRX

DIRY

DIRY

C607

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

11.4

11.3

0.4

8.4

8.3

15.5

0

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

DIRY

TG

DAC

C602

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C606

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

C605

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C604

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

15.5V

FB600

0UH

C600

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

R600

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R602

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

6.0

1

5.4

2

Q601

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

6

4

3

5.5

5

6.0

R604

10

1/16W

:CHIP

3 6

5.4

5

4.9

Q600

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

4 1

5.4

2

R601

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

4.9

R605

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+15.5V

R607

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

6.0

1

5.5

4

5.4

2

6 3

5

6.1

JL600

#

R603

10

1/16W

:CHIP

3

5.4

5

Q602

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

4.9

4

6

1

R606

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

5.5

2

4.9

Q603

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

R609

10

1/16W

:CHIP

JL604

#

R608

10

1/16W

:CHIP

VIDEO RR

+5V

R OUT

FROM_P2

Q604

2SC4081T106R

BUF

R611

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

C608

10p

:CHIP 3.0

CAL

MCLK R

DLYCNT R

R610

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R612

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

5V-3

RECT

2.4

C609

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

C616

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C614

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

FB604

0UH

D600

1SS355-TE-17

R

5V-2

C613

1000p

B:CHIP

C618

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

C611

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C617

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

15.5V

TP600(RINV)

L600

100µH

:CHIP

+15.5V

15.5V

+15.5V

R613

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

RINV

TP600

R615

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

C619

1000p

B:CHIP

R618

47

6.7Vp-p (2H)

C620

1/16W

22p

:CHIP

CH:CHIP

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

3.0

7.1

7.1

2.4

1.4

3.2

3.4

0

3.4

3.4

0

49

50

51

52

53

54

CAL_R

CAL_O

CAL_I

VDD

DGND

MCLK

MCLKX 55

56

57

58

59

60

GND

GND

DLYCTR

CLKOUT

61

62

CLKOUTX

NC

CLKIN

63

64

CLKINX

F/H_CNT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

IC602

CXA3512R-T6

LCD DRIVER

8

C622

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

9 10

B:CHIP

11

C623

0.1

16V

12 13 14 15

SHOUT1

NC

32

31

SHOUT2 30

29 NC

SHOUT3 28

27

NC

PVCC 26

25 GND

GND 24

23 PGND

NC 22

21

SHOUT4

NC 20

19 SHOUT5

NC

SHOUT6

18

17

16

C624

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

L601

C627

47

25V

:AL-CP

L602

FB605

0UH

FB606

0UH

C628

47

25V

:AL-CP

C631

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

TP602(RVID1)

C632

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

7.2

7.2

7.2

7.2

7.2

RVID1

TP602

VID1

R637

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID3

7.2

C626

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

R636

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID5

R635

0 :CHIP 1/16W

R634

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID7

R633

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID9

R632

0 :CHIP 1/16W

VID11

10.0Vp-p (2H)

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VID7

VID8

VID9

VID10

VID11

VID12

C629

100

16V

:AL-CP

C630

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

R

R621

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R624

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R638

0

1/16W

:CHIP

+15.5V

+15.5V

C610

2.2

+5V

4.9

C621

0.1µ

7.2

2.5

7.1

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

RVID2

TP601

TP601(RVID2)

DLYCNT R

VPL-PX15,

VPL-PX10

MODEL ONLY

C612

0.1µ

C615

0.1

R614

100

1/16W

7.1

2.4

1.4

3.2

3.3

3.3

0

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

CAL_R

CAL_O

CAL_I

VDD

DGND

MCLK

MCLKX

56

57

58

59

GND

GND

DLYCTR

CLKOUT

60

61

62

CLKOUTX

NC

CLKIN

63

64

CLKINX

F/H_CNT

IC601

CXA3512R-T6

LCD DRIVER

SHOUT1

NC

32

31

SHOUT2 30

NC

SHOUT3

29

28

NC

PVCC

GND

GND

GND

NC

SHOUT4

NC

SHOUT5

NC

SHOUT6

18

17

21

20

19

27

26

25

24

23

22

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

C625

0.1

7.2

7.2

R631

0

7.2

R630

0

R629

0

7.2

7.2

R628

0

7.2

R627

0

R626

0

VID2

VID4

VID6

VID8

VID1

VID3

VID5

VID7

VID9

VID11

10.0Vp-p (2H)

R

VID10

VID12

NRS1

DY

DIRY

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

DIRY

ENB1

ENB2

DIRX

CLX

CLX

DX

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

NRS1

NRS2

DY

R639

0

CN1208 30P

30

1 DY

29

2 CLY

28

3 CLY

27

4

11

20

10

21

9

22

8

23

7

24

6

25

5

26

4

27

3

28

2

29

1

30

19

12

18

13

17

14

16

15

15

16

14

17

13

18

12

19

VDDY

26

5 NRG

25

6 DIRY

24

7 LCCOM

23

8 ENB1

22

9

21

10

ENB2

DIRX

20

11 CLX

CLX

DX

VDDX

NC

NC

VSSY

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VSSX

LCCOM

NRS1

NRS2

VSSY

VSSY

DY

CN1207

30P

30

1 DY

29

2 CLY

28

3 CLY

27

4

11

20

10

21

9

22

8

23

7

24

6

25

5

26

4

27

3

28

2

29

1

30

19

12

18

13

17

14

16

15

15

16

14

17

13

18

12

19

NRG

26

5 VDDY

25

6 VDDX

24

7 CLX

23

8 CLX

22

9

21

10

DX

ENB2

20

11 ENB1

DIRX

VSSX

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VID7

VID8

VID9

VID10

VID11

VID12

NRS1

LCCOM

DY

DIRY

VSSY

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-33 7-33

E F G

C

(4/5)

LEVEL SHIFT,

LCD DRIVER

B-SS1721-WW-C-P4

H

1

2

3

4

5

C (5/5) C (5/5)

1

2

3

4

5V-2

+5V

FB701

0UH

15.5V

+15.5V

FB702

0UH

C703

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

DWN

CLXB

DXB

CLYRGB

DYRGB

NRGRGB

0

2.8

4.8

2.4

4.9

4.5

C701

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

VCC

GND

ENBY2IN

ENBY1IN

DIRYIN

CLX2IN

CLX1IN

DXIN

CLYIN

DYIN

NRGIN

GND

IC700

LEO1030F0A

LEVEL SHIFT

15.5V

FB703

0UH

+15.5V

VDD1

CLX1

CLX1

DX

ENBX4

ENBX3

ENBX2

ENBX1

DIRX

DIRX

DIRY

DIRY

C707

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

11.4

11.3

0.4

8.3

8.3

0

0

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

DIRY

TG

C702

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C706

0.1 50V B:CHIP

C705

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C704

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

DAC

15.5V

FB700

0UH

C700

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

R700

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R702

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

6.1

1

5.4

2

Q701

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

6

4

3

5.5

5

6.1

R704

10

1/16W

:CHIP

3 6

5.4

5

Q700

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

4.9

4

R701

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

1

5.4

2

4.9

R705

100

1/16W

:CHIP

+15.5V

R707

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

6.1

1

5.5

4

5.4

2

6 3

5

6.1

R703

10

1/16W

:CHIP

3

5.4

5

Q702

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

4.9

4

6

1

R706

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

5.4

2

4.9

Q703

HNIB01FU-TE85R

NRS BUF

R709

10

1/16W

:CHIP

R708

10

1/16W

:CHIP

VIDEO RB

Q704

2SC4081T106R

BUF

+5V

R711

4.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

CAL

B OUT

FROM_P2

MCLK B

DLYCNT B

C708

10p

:CHIP 3.0

R710

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R712

10k

1/16W

:CHIP

5V-3

D700

1SS355TE-17

RECT

5V-2

FB704

0UH

B

2.4

C709

0.022

25V

B:CHIP

C713

1000p

B:CHIP

C718

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

C716

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C714

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C711

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

C717

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

15.5V

TP700(BINV)

L700

100µH

:CHIP

+15.5V

15.5V

+15.5V

R713

47k

1/16W

:CHIP

BINV

TP700

R715

100

1/16W

:CHIP

C719

1000p

B:CHIP

R718

6.8Vp-p (2H)

47

C720

1/16W

:CHIP

22p

CH:CHIP

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

3.0

7.1

7.1

2.4

1.4

3.2

3.4

3.4

3.4

0

0

49

50

51

52

53

54

CAL_R

CAL_O

CAL_I

VDD

DGND

MCLK

MCLKX 55

56

57

58

59

60

GND

GND

DLYCTR

CLKOUT

61

62

CLKOUTX

NC

CLKIN

63

64

CLKINX

F/H_CNT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

IC702

CXA3512R-TR

LCD DRIVER

8

C722

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

9 10

B:CHIP

11

C723

0.1

16V

12 13 14 15

SHOUT1

32

NC 31

SHOUT2 30

29 NC

SHOUT3 28

27

NC

PVCC 26

25 GND

GND 24

23 PGND

NC 22

21

SHOUT4

NC

SHOUT5

20

19

NC

SHOUT6

18

17

16

C724

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

L701

C727

47

25V

:AL-CP

L702

FB705

0UH

FB706

0UH

C728

47

25V

:AL-CP

C731

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

TP702(BVID1)

C732

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

BVID1

TP702

7.2

VID1

7.2

7.2

C726

0.1

50V

B:CHIP

R737

0 1/16W :CHIP

VID3

R736

0 1/16W :CHIP

VID5

R735

0 1/16W :CHIP

10.2Vp-p (2H)

VID1

VID2

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VID7

VID8

VID9

VID10

VID11

VID12

7.2

7.2

7.2

VID7

R734

0 1/16W :CHIP

VID9

R733

0 1/16W :CHIP

VID11

R732

0 1/16W :CHIP

C729

100

16V

:AL-CP

C730

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

B

R721

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R724

100

1/16W

:CHIP

R738

0

1/16W

:CHIP

+15.5V

+15.5V

NRS1

DY

DIRY

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

DIRY

ENB1

ENB2

DIRX

CLX

CLX

DX

DLYCNT B

VPL-PX15,

VPL-PX10

MODEL ONLY

C712

0.1

C710

2.2

C721

0.1

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33

C715

0.1

R714

100

1/16W

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

CAL_R

CAL_O

CAL_I

VDD

DGND

MCLK

MCLKX

56

57

58

59

GND

GND

DLYCTR

CLKOUT

60

61

62

CLKOUTX

NC

CLKIN

63

64

CLKINX

F/H_CNT

IC701

CXA3512R-T6

LCD DRIVER

SHOUT1

32

NC 31

SHOUT2 30

NC

SHOUT3

29

28

NC

PVCC

GND

GND

GND

NC

27

26

25

24

23

22

SHOUT4

NC

SHOUT5

21

20

19

NC

SHOUT6

18

17

C725

0.1

7.2

7.2

R731

0

7.2

R730

0

R729

0

7.2

7.2

7.2

R728

0

R727

0

R726

0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

BVID2

TP701

TP701(BVID2)

VID2

VID4

10.2Vp-p (2H)

VID6

VID8

VID1

VID3

VID5

VID7

VID9

VID11

B

VID10

VID12

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

CLX

CLX

DX

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

NRS1

NRS2

DY

R739

0

5

A B C

7-34

D

7-34

E F

CN1209

30P

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VID7

VID8

ENB2

ENB1

DIRX

VSSX

VID1

VID2

DY

CLY

CLY

NRG

VDDY

VDDX

CLX

CLX

DX

VID9

VID10

VID11

VID12

NRS1

LCCOM

DY

DIRY

VSSY

30

1

29

2

28

3

27

4

26

5

25

6

24

7

23

8

22

9

21

10

20

11

19

12

18

13

17

14

16

15

15

16

14

17

13

18

12

19

11

20

10

21

9

22

8

23

7

24

6

25

5

26

4

27

3

28

2

29

1

30

CN1210 30P

ENB1

ENB2

DIRX

CLX

CLX

DX

VDDX

NC

NC

VSSY

VID1

VID2

DY

CLY

CLY

VDDY

NRG

DIRY

LCCOM

VID3

VID4

VID5

VID6

VSSX

LCCOM

NRS1

NRS2

VSSY

VSSY

DY

30

1

29

2

28

3

27

4

26

5

25

6

24

7

23

8

22

9

21

10

20

11

19

12

18

13

17

14

16

15

15

16

14

17

13

18

12

19

11

20

10

21

9

22

8

23

7

24

6

25

5

26

4

27

3

28

2

29

30

G

C

(5/5)

LEVEL SHIFT,

LCD DRIVER

B-SS1721-WW-C-P5

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

G (3/3) BA00AST-V5 (IC1109, IC1110)

Vcc

2

Reference

Voltege

CTL 1

GND 3

+

4 OUT

5

C

G (3/3) LT1374IS8 (IC1107)

VIN 1

BIAS

5

2.9 V BIAS

REGULATOR

INTERNAL

VCC

SLOPE COMP

500 MHz

OSCILLATOR

SYNC

OR

FB

7

SHUT DOWN

COMPARATOR

0.4 A

2.5

µ

A

LOCKOUT

COMPARATOR

6

VC

RS

FLIP FLOP

FOLDBACK

CURRENT

LIMIT CLAMP

FREQUENCY

SHIFT

DRIVER

ERROR

AMP

2 BOOST

8

V

SW

3

FB OR

4 GND

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C

G G

G (1/3) MZ1540 (IC1101)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1

Drain

2

Gate

3

Input

Voltage

Sensing

4

Source

5

Zero

Current

Sensing

6

Drain

7

GND

8

Comparator

Output

9

Vcc

10

Cathode

G (2/3) TL431BCDR2 (IC1105)

REF

8

A

7

A

6

NC

5

1

K

2

A

3

A

4

NC

D

7-35 7-35

E F G H

G BOARD

* : B SIDE

D1101 E-4

D1101

*

E-4

D1102 B-4

D1102

*

B-4

D1103 * B-3

D1104

*

D-5

D1105 * B-2

D1106 H-4

D1106 * H-4

D1107

*

J-4

D1108 * F-4

D1109

*

J-4

D1110 J-4

D1110

*

H-4

D1111 * J-4

D1112

*

J-4

D1113 * G-4

D1114 H-3

D1114 * H-3

D1116 F-4

D1116 * F-4

D1117

*

J-3

D1118 * F-4

D1120

*

G-2

D1121 * F-2

D1124

*

H-2

D1130 * G-2

D1132

*

J-2

D1133 * H-2

D1134

*

J-1

D1135 * J-1

D1136

*

J-3

D1137 * J-3

D1138 J-1

D1138 * F-3

D1139

*

J-1

IC1101 D-5

IC1101

*

D-4

IC1102 F-4

IC1102

*

F-4

IC1103

*

J-2

IC1104 J-3

IC1105 G-2

IC1107 G-2

IC1109 J-2

IC1109

*

J-2

IC1110 J-2

IC1110

*

H-2

IC1111 J-3

IC1112 J-3

IC1113 J-1

Q1101

*

B-2

Q1102

*

D-2

Q1103 * J-4

Q1104 G-5

Q1104 * G-5

Q1105

*

J-4

Q1106 G-4

Q1106

*

G-4

Q1107 * H-3

Q1108

*

G-3

Q1109 * F-3

Q1111

*

F-3

Q1112

*

G-2

Q1113

*

J-2

Q1114 J-1

Q1115

*

J-3

Z1104

D1102

R1101

L1102

C1105

GA BOARD

* : B SIDE

D1501 B-1

D1502 A-1

D1503 * B-2

D1504

*

B-2

D1505 * C-1

IC1501 * C-1

IC1502

*

A-1

IC1503 B-1

Q1501 * B-1

Q1502

*

A-1

Q1503 * B-1

Q1504

*

C-2

Q1505 * B-1

C1101

Z1101

IC1101

R1108

7-36

G, GA G, GA

C1106

C1116

Z1105

D1110

L1106

L1105

L1101

C1119

C1121

Z1106

D1114

R1129

C1167

R1147 C1130

R1146 R1144

R1153

C1131 R1154

IC1107

C1135

L1104

G

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

C1165 C1113

IC1112

IC1104

CN1101

C1123 C1125

Z1108 Z1107

IC1111

R1193

IC1110

C1158

D1139

IC1109

CN1108

R1211

C1159

R1192

R1191

C1508

C1507

D1502

CN1503

R1506

CN1502

L1503

R1522

R1523 R1524

D1501

IC1503

C1518

R1519

R1515

C1509

L1502

C1504

CN1501

GA

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

7-36

JL1512

Q1504

R1508

C1511

JL1501

JL1502

D1504

JL1510

D1503

C1513 JL1507

JL1511

JL1503

JL1504

JL1509

JL1505

JL1508 JL1506

C1514

IC1501

D1505

Q1501

R1503

Q1503

Q1505

R1502

R1505

IC1502

Q1502

GA

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

G, F G, F

R1111

R1112

R1124

R1127

Q1105

D1112

R1116

Q1103

JL1118 R1194

JL1119

D1137

JL1124

JL1120

JL1130

C1114

JL1129

C1112

R1131

Q1115

JL1121

R1202 IC1103

Q1107

JL1122

JL1123

JL1131

JL1132

JL1133

JL1147

R1203

JL1135

R1205

JL1127

JL1126 JL1128

JL1125

JL1134

R1181

JL1136

R1175

D1133

R1180

JL1111

R1178

R1174

R1173

JL1137

Q1113

R1189

R1171

R1182 R1183

JL1141

JL1112

JL1138 R1190 JL1113

JL1139 JL1117

D1134 D1135

JL1140

C1147

C1138

D1108

R1120

C1111

R1138

Q1108

D1120

R1135

R1140

R1148

Q1112

R1137

R1128

JL1110

R1136

R1134

D1138

Q1109

R1133

Q1111

C1132

R1152

C1120

D1121

R1145

JL1107 JL1101

JL1103

JL1109

JL1105

C1108

C1161

D1104

C1109

C1107

R1114

JL1108

Q1102

JL1106

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

R1001

FH1002 F1001 FH1001

F

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

JL1004

JL1005

JL1006

JL1001

JL1002

JL1003

7-37

JL1010 JL1011

JL1012

JL1007

JL1008

JL1009

F

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

7-37

Q1101

D1105

D1103

JL1146

R1104

R1105

JL1143

JL1145

JL1144

JL1104

JL1142 JL1102

G

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

1

2

AC IN

AC100-240V

50/60Hz

CN1002

3P

WHT

:VH-B

AC(L)

N.C

AC(N)

1

2

3

F1001

6.3A

FH1001 FH1002

VD1001

ERZV14D471

PROTECT

R1001

560k

1/2W

:RC

C1002

275V

:MPS

L1001

5mH

5A

C1001

0.22

275V

:MPS

F

B-SS1721-WW-F

1

2

3

CN1001

3P

BLK

:VH-B

AC(L)

N.C

AC(N)

TO G BOARD

CN1102

F, G (1/3) F, G (1/3)

3

4

5

A

L1101

250µH

FROM F

BOARD

CN1001

CN1102

3P

:VH-B

AC(L)

N.C

AC(N)

1

2

3

R1101

5.6

5W

:RF

D1103

D1FS4A-TA

PROTECT

RY2101

R1104

330

1/2W

:CHIP

R1105

330

1/2W

:CHIP

D1105

RD16M-T1B1

BIAS

R1106

3.9k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1107

4.7k

1/10W

:CHIP

Q1101

2SA1213-Y-TE12L

RERY DRIVE

D1102

D6SB80

RECT

L1102

1290µH

C1101

2.2

450V

:MPS

C1105

0.47

450V

:MPS

IC1101

MZ1540

POWER FACTOR CONTROL

D1101

RM11C-V1

RECT

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

R1102

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

C1109

100p

CH:CHIP

D1104

D1FS4A-TA

CLAMP

C1107

0.1

B:CHIP

R1103

0.08

5W

:RB

C1161

0.1

25V

B:CHIP

C1108

0.22

25V

B:CHIP

C1106

47

:HT

C1102

220

450V

C1103

220

450V

C1104

1.0

450V

:MPS

TO P2

DC(+)

DC(-)

TO P2

POWER ON

VCC

G

(1/3)

POWER FACTOR

CONTROL

B-SS1721-WW-G-P1

CN1104

3P

:VH-B

1

2

DC(+)

N.C

3 DC(-)

TO BALLAST

B C

7-38

D

7-38

E F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

G (2/3) G (2/3)

1

TO P1

POWER ON

VCC

R1108

4.7

1/4W

:FPRD

20.5

R1109

2.2k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1114

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1129

47

1/4W

:FPRD

20.4

Q1102

2SA1213-Y-TE12L

PW SW

19.8

R1110 R1111 R1112

330k 330k 330k

1/2W

:CHIP

1/2W

:CHIP

1/2W

:CHIP

D1108

RD18M-T1B1

C1111

0.01

B:CHIP

R1117

18k

1/10W

:RN-CP

IC1102

MCZ3001D

MAIN SWITCHING

R1120

18k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1121

680

1/10W

:RN-CP

C1115

0.001

:PP

R1125

12k

1/10W

:RN-CP

C1119

33µF

10V

AL-CP

C1120

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

C1126

47

D1138

RD30M-T1B

C1127

0.01

B:CHIP

2.2

2.5

0

19.8

4.6

0

R1133

10k

1/10W

:RN-CP

6.4

1.8

VSENSE VD

F/B

CT

RT

GND

TIMER

SS

VC1

OCP

D1118

D1FS4A-TA

NC

VG(H)

VS

VB

NC

VG(L)

P.GND

VC2

10.2

C1128

10

16V

AL-CP

R1119

1k

1/4W

:FPRD

4.6

R1132

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1134

330

1/10W

:CHIP

S

R1113

0.1

1/2W

:RF

371

270

R1122

10

1/10W

:CHIP

270

Q1104

2SK2876-01MR-

F119

PWM CONT

S

267 267

4.6

C1117

0.1

:PT

R1126

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

D1116

UF4005PKG23

R1128

10

1/10W

:CHIP

267

Q1106

2SK2876-01MR-

F119

PWM CONT

C1121

0.0068

800V

:PP

R1136

R1137

0.68

0.68

1/2W

:CHIP

1/2W

:CHIP

D1113

D2FS6-TA

VCC REG

C1118

220

:HT

0.1

1

3

5

6

T1101

:PIT

4

PH1101

PC123FY2

ISOLATER

1

3 2

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

D1106

D10SC6M-4012

+16.5V RECT

C1110

560

25V

:HT

D1110

L1105

8.2µ

D10SC4M

+13V RECT

C1116

820

25V

:HT

R1135

1k 1/10W :CHIP

D1114

L1106

8.2µ

D10SC4M

C1163

33µ

25V

+6.4V RECT

C1122

3300µF

10V

:HT

C1164

33µ

25V

+16.5V

1.2

4

PH1102

PC123FY2

ISOLATER

1

R1140

3.3k

1/10W

:CHIP

Q1109

2SA1162-YG-

TE85L

PROTECT

R1142

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

13.0

13.0

R1151

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

13.0

0

Q1111

2SC2712-YG-

TE85L

PROTECT

C1132

2.2

10V

B:CHIP

R1145

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

D1121

RD39M-T1B

CLAMP

R1152

100k

1/10W

:CHIP

3 2

20.6

4

PH1103

PC123FY2

ISOLATER

1

0

3

R1143

1k

1/10W

:CHIP

2

Q1112

2SC2712-YG-

TE85L

PROTECT

D1120

RD7.5M-T1B

CLAMP

3.9

R1148

12k

1/10W

:CHIP

5.6

0

R1155

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1141

470

1/10W

:CHIP

C1131

0.1

B:CHIP

K

A

A

R1118

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1127

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

L1107

10µ

+6.4V

R1146

3.3k

1/10W

:RN-CP

REF

A

A

C1165

47µ

16V

+16.5V

2.4

R1144

4.7k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1153

3.3k

1/10W

:RN-CP

Q1103

2SJ530S-TL

SW

D1107

MA111-TX

PROTECT

D1109

MA111-TX

12.9

D1112

MA111-TX

R1123

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

D1117

MA111-TX

R1154

47k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1115

82k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1116

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

D1111

6.2

MA111-TX PROTECT

R1124

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

6.6

D1115

R1130

3.3k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1131

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

10.4

Q1105

2SJ530S-TL

SW

MA111-TX PROTECT

0.8

Q1107

2SJ530S-TL

SW

C1133

0.1

B:CHIP

IC1105

TL431BCDR2

SHUNT REG

+13V

+13V

+6V

6V

+16.5V

+16.5V

6V

+16.5V

C1112

0.1

B:CHIP

+5V

IC1103

BA05FP-E2

5V REG

C1113

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

I

G

O

C1114

0.1

B:CHIP

3.3V

+3.3V

D +5V

D +5V

C1123

0.47

16V

B:CHIP

SUB 5V

IC1104

BA05FP-E2

5V REG

C1124

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

I

G

O

C1125

0.1

B:CHIP

+5V

SUB 5V

SUB +5V

R1194

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

C1162

47

6.3V

:AL-CP

0.1

Q1108

2SC2712-YG-

TE85L

SW

0.7

R1139

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

C1129

0.1

B:CHIP

+5V

R1195

2.2k 1/10W :CHIP

R1138

10k

:CHIP

VCC

R1196

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

GND

IC1112

TA75W393FU-TE12R

POW ON DELAY

R1197

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1198

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

POWER CONT

TO P3

FAN PROT

TO P3

FAN CONT1

FAN CONT2

POWER PROT

G

(2/3)

(REGULATOR)

B-SS1721-WW-G-P2

CN1107

50P

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

27

28

29

30

31

32

GND

GND

SUB5V

SUB5V

SUB5V

SUB5V

GND

GND

GND

GND

POWER ON

POWER ON

CE ON

40

41

42

43

CE ON

FAN PROT

FAN PROT

FAN PROT(CE)

46

47

48

49

50

44

45

FAN PROT(CE)

FAN CONT 1

FAN CONT 1

FAN CONT 2

FAN CONT 2

POWER PROT

POWER PROT

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

14

15

16

17

18

19

9

10

7

8

11

12

13

3

4

5

6

1

2

+6V

+6V

GND

GND

GND

GND

D5V

D5V

GND

GND

D3.3V

D3.3V

D3.3V

D3.3V

GND

GND

+16.5V

+16.5V

+16.5V

+16.5V

GND

GND

GND

GND

+6V

+6V

7

8

5

6

1

2

3

4

CN1101

8P

+16.5V

+6.4V

+6.4V

GND

GND

GND

CE ON

FAN PROT(CE)

2

3

4

5

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-39 7-39

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

A

G (3/3) G (3/3)

ONLY SCIROCCO FAN

D1132

MA111-TX CLAMP

+13V

TO P2

FAN CONT2

FAN CONT1

FAN PROT

+16.5V

+16.5V

C1138

0.1

B:CHIP

+16.5V

C1167

220µF

25V

IC1109

BA00AST-V5

FAN REG SCIROCCO

+13V

C1155

0.1

B:CHIP

R1175

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1176

33k

1/10W

:CHIP

1 2 3 4 5

C1156

47

16V

:AL-CP

R1173

36k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1177

1k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1178

4.7k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1174

30k

1/10W

:RN-CP

7

IC1113(1/2)

µPC358G2-E2

AMP

5

6

R1210

330k

1/10W

R1180

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

C1157

0.1

B:CHIP

R1181

33k

1/10W

:CHIP

IC1110

BA00AST-V5

FAN+B3 REG

1 2 3 4 5

D1133

MA111-TX

CLAMP

C1158

47

16V

:AL-CP

R1179

36k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1183

1k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1186

4.7k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1182

30k

1/10W

:RN-CP

1

D1124

D1FS4A-TA

PROTECT

C1135

0.1

B:CHIP

L1104

47µH

VIN VSW

BST

VC

FB

GND BIAS

IC1107

LT1374IS8

DC-DC CONVERTER

R1158

0

1/10W

:CHIP

C1151

0.1

B:CHIP

D1130

D3FS4A-TA

PROTECT

R1157

1.8k

1/10W

:RN-CP

R1165

0

1/10W

:CHIP

R1169

4.7k

1/10W

:RN-CP

C1145

330

6.3V

:OS-CP

+3.3V

3.3V

D1136

MA111-TX

PROTECT

C1141

0.1

B:CHIP

C1166

10

10V

F:CHIP

8

IC1113(2/2)

µPC358G2-E2

AMP

3

2

4

R1211

330k

1/10W

+13V

+13V

R1187

22k

1/10W

:CHIP

D1134

DAN202K-T-146

OR

D1139

D1NS6

R1189

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1212 0 1/10W

Q1114

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

SW

R1193

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

Q1113

2SC2712-YG-TE85L

SW

R1192

12k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1191

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

C1160

0.1

B:CHIP

C1159

100

16V

R1188

22k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1209

22k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1190

22k

1/10W

:CHIP

D1135

DAN202K-T-146

OR

R1199

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1171

100

1/10W

:CHIP

Q1115

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

R1201

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1202

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1203

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1204

1k

1/10W

:CHIP

+5V

IC1111

TA75W393FU-TE12R

COMP

VCC

R1205

47k

1/10W

:CHIP

GND

R1200

10k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1206

1k

1/10W

:CHIP

+13V

D1137

DAP202K-T-146

AND

+16.5V

POWER PROT

R1208

33k

1/10W

:CHIP

R1207

100k

1/10W

:CHIP

SUB 5V

6V

TO P2

POWER PROT

G

(3/3)

(CLAMP)

B-SS1721-WW-G-P3

CN1108

12P

WHT

:2MM PIT

FAN1

5

6

7

8

3

4

1

2 FAN PRO1

GND

FAN2

FAN PRO2

GND

FAN3

FAN PRO3

9

10

11

12

GND

FAN4

FAN PRO4

GND

FAN

B C

7-40

D

7-40

E F G

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B

GA GA

CN1501

8P

+16.5V

+6.4V

+6.4V

GND

GND

GND

CE ON 7

FAN PROT(CE) 8

3

4

5

6

1

2

L1501

8.2µ

C1501

56µF

10V

C1502

56µF

10V

+6.4V

C1503

0.1

B:CHIP

1.3

0.1

IC1501

MAX1626ESA-TE2

5V

DCDC CON

REF

SH

V+

CS

5/3 EXT

OUT GND

Q1503

R1503

1k

1/10W

2SC2712-YG-TR85L

R1501

47k

1/10W

PW SW

0.7

0.1

L1503

8.2µ

C1510

2.2µF

C1505

56µF

10V

R1509

6.8k

1/10W R1502

10k

1/10W

0

C1506

56µF

10V

C1516

0.1µF

+6.4V

IC1502

MAX1626ESA-TE2

5V

DCDC CON

C1507

0.1

B:CHIP

1.5

REF V+

0.1

SH CS

5/3 EXT

OUT GND

+16.5V

C1514

0.1

B:CHIP

R1504

0.015

1W

:CHIP

6.2

2.9

Q1501

2SJ530S-TL

SWITCHING

L1502

33µH

:SMD

C1504

56µF

10V

+5V

D1FS4A-TA

PROTECT

C1515

0.1

B:CHIP

6.2

R1505

0.015

1W

:CHIP

D1501

R1525

1.2k

1/2W

D1505

RD3.3SB-T1

PROTECT

L1504

33µH

:SMD

+3.3V

2.8

Q1502

2SJ530S-TL

SWITCHING

C1508

56µF

10V

D1502

D1FS4A-TA

PROTECT

C1519

10µF

R1510

220

1/2W

R1512

100

1/2W

R1514

100k

1/10W

R1516

68k

1/10W

+6.4V

R1520

100k

1/10W

R1521

100k

1/10W

C1517

1µF

R1517

100k

1/10W

3

6

7

1

12

R1518

100k

1/10W

IC1503(1/4)

TLC339CPW-E05

COMP

R1519

150k

1/10W

0

0.7

Q1505

DTC144EKA-T146

SW

R1522

100k

1/10W

4

5

2

R1515

470

1/10W

IC1503(2/4)

TLC339CPW-E05

R1523

100k

1/10W

COMP

R1524

220k

1/10W

C1518

1µF

8

9

14

IC1503(3/4)

TLC339CPW-E05

TIMER

10

11

IC1503(4/4)

TLC339CPW-E05

GA

(DC-DC CONV.)

B-SS1721-WW-GA

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

8

CN1502

8P

+5V(CE)

+5V(CE)

GND

GND

+3.3V(CE)

+3.3V(CE)

GND

GND

1

2

3

CN1503

3P

FAN +B(CE)

FAN PROT 4

GND

FAN

GA MAX1626ESA-TE2 (IC1501, IC1502)

MINIMUM ON-TIME

ONE-SHOT

Q

TRIG

Q

TRIG

MINIMUM OFF-TIME

ONE-SHOT

1.5V

EXT

7

REF

REF

4

ERROR

COMPARATOR

R1

R2

R3

1 OUT

2

3/5

3

SHDN

S

Q

R

5

6

V+

CS

CURRENT-SENSE

COMPARATOR

8

GND

1

2

3

4

5

C D

7-41 7-41

E F G H

H, V, NF H, V, NF

H BOARD

* : B SIDE

D601 F-4

D602 E-4

D603 D-4

D604

*

B-2

D605 * B-2

D606

*

B-2

D607 * B-3

D608 C-4

D609 * B-2

D610

*

B-2

D611 * B-2

D612

*

B-2

Q801 * C-4

S608

S607

S605

S606

S602

S603

S601

S612

S609

S611

S610

S604

S613

D608 D603 D602 D601

H

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

S10

S11

V

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

JL12

JL10

JL11

V

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

R617 R618

R616

R619

R604

R606

R607

R609

R610

R611

JL606

R602

R601

JL603

JL602

JL605

JL604

JL608

JL609

C601

JL607

CN10

JL601

JL610

Q601

R620

H

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

IC071

NF

-A SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

7-42 7-42

NF

-B SIDE-

SUFFIX: -11

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

H, V, NF H, V, NF

S601

LEFT

R604

27k

1/16W

:CHIP

S602

RIGHT

R605

12k

1/16W

:CHIP

S603

DOWN

R606

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

S604

UP

R607

3.9k

1/16W

:CHIP

S605

ENTER

R608

2.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

S606

MENU

R609

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

S607

INPUT

R610

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

S608

POWER

R611

1.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

D601

SEC1901C

LAMP-LED

Q601

DTA144EUA-T106

SW

D602

SEC1901C

D603

SEC1801C

TEMP-LED

POWER-SAVE

D604

DAN202U-T106

PROTECT

D605

DAN202U-T106

PROTECT

D606

DAN202U-T106

PROTECT

D607

DAN202U-T106

PROTECT

3 3 3 3

2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1

R603

1k

1/16W

:CHIP

+5V

R620

330

1/16W

:CHIP

D608

SEC2422C

POWER/STBY

S613

HELP

R612

27k

1/16W

:CHIP

R613

12k

1/16W

:CHIP

R614

6.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

R615

3.9k

1/16W

:CHIP

S609

APA

R616

2.7k

1/16W

:CHIP

S610

VOL-

R617

2.2k

1/16W

:CHIP

S611

VOL+

R618

1.5k

1/16W

:CHIP

S612

RESET

R619

1.8k

1/16W

:CHIP

D609

DAP202U-T106

PROTECT

D610

DAP202U-T106

PROTECT

D611

DAP202U-T106

PROTECT

D612

DAP202U-T106

PROTECT

H

(CONTROL PANEL)

C601

0.1

16V

B:CHIP

22

23

24

18

19

20

21

CN10

24P

GND

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

GND

KEY0

KEY1

SUB+5V

SUB+5V

PSAVE LED

14

15

16

17

11

12

13

8

9

LAMP LED

TEMP LED

10 POWER LED

D+5V

D+5V

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

B-SS1721-WW-H

IC071

RS-140-T

IR-RX

VCC

OUT

GND

+5V

R071

47

1/16W

:CHIP

C071

1

16V

B:CHIP

R072

100

1/16W

:CHIP

NF

B-SS1721-WW-NF

1

2

3

CN15

3P

WHT

:SMD

SUB+5V

SIRCS-NF

GND

TO

QB BOARD

CN32

S10

S11

V

B-SS1721-WW-V

CN16

4P

WHT

:SMD

3

4

1

2

FILT COVER

GND

LAMP COVER

GND

TO

BB BOARD

CN806

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

A B C D

7-43 7-43

E F G H

1

2

3

4

5

VPL-PS10/PX10/PX15

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer :

Check the metal trim, “metallized” knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below.

LEAKAGE TEST

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA. Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.

1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the

Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to use these instruments.

2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The

Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job.

3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate lowvoltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa

SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 2 V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)

To Exposed Metal

Parts on Set

0.15

µ

F 1.5 k Z

AC voltmeter

(0.75V)

Earth Ground

Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

9-870-304-02

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B&P Company

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