Sharp 32JW-73H Service manual

32JW-73E
SERVICE MANUAL
SE0032JW73E01
Issued: 20th Dec. 2002
GA-20 CHASSIS
PAL B/G, I / SECAM L/L’, B/G, D/K SYSTEM COLOUR TELEVISION
MODEL
32JW-73EES/SE
In the interests of user safety (required by safety
regulations in some countries) the set should restored
to its original condition and only parts identical to
those specified should be used.
CONTENTS
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................... 3
IMPORTANT SERVICING NOTES ................. 4
CONTROLS & TERMINALS ........................... 5
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES ...................... 6
LED FLASHING CODES ............................... 12
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS ........................ 13
CHASSIS LAYOUT ........................................ 19
ICs ADDITIONAL INFORMATION .................. 21
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ............................... 36
TROUBLESHOOTING TABLES ..................... 49
PARTS LISTING ............................................. 52
SOURCE OF DOCUMENTATION .................. 60
PACKING OF THE SET & ACCESSORIES ... 61
SHARP CORPORATION
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This document has been published to
be used for after sales service only.
32JW-73E
SERVICE MANUAL UPDATE LOG SHEET
Technical Report No.
Technical Bulletin No.
Cause / Solution
Part No.
Page No.
Application
Data /Serial No.
Use this page to keep any special servicing information as Technical Report (Bulletin), Technical Information, etc.
If only part number changes are required, just change part number directly the part number in the Parts Listing Section.
If you need more information, please refer to the Technical Report (Bulletin).
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
•Power Input .................... 220V-240 Volts AC 50Hz
•Power Consumption
Normal Operation (Method IEC60107) ............ 85W
Stand-by Operation ............................................ 3W
•Audio Power Output Rating (MPO) / Impedance
Internal Left Speaker ................................. 10W, 7Ω
Internal Right Speaker .............................. 10W, 7Ω
•Speakers
Left / Right ................................................. 12 x 6cm
•Convergence (Maximum Misconvergence)
Static (Centre) between any two colours ... 0.08 cm
Dynamic after static equals zero
Within 10cm (4”) circle ....................... 0.12cm
10-25cm (4-10” ) circle ...................... 0.20 cm
Everywhere else ................................ 0.28 cm
•Focus ................................. High Bi-Potential Electrostatic
•Picture Intermediate frequency
L’ ................................................ 33.9MHz
L, B/G, D/K,I .............................. 38.9MHz
•Sound Carrier Trap
L’ ................................................ 40.4MHz
L, D/K ......................................... 32.4MHz
B/G ............................................ 33.4MHz
I .................................................. 32.9MHz
•Adjacent Sound Carrier Trap
L’ ................................................ 32.4MHz
L, D/K, B/G ................................ 40.4MHz
I .................................................. 40.9MHz
•Adjacent Picture Carrier Trap
L’ ................................................ 41.9MHz
L, D/K, ........................................ 30.9MHz
B/G ............................................ 31.9MHz
•Aerial Input Impedance
VHF/UHF ................. 75 ohm Unbalanced
•Tuning Ranges ..... 45.75MHz thru 855.25 MHz
VHF: IR A - J / S1 - S41 CH (Hiperband)
UHF: I21 - I69 CH
CATV Special Channels
•Sweep Deflection ................................................ Magnetic
•White Level
Set brightness control to get total picture tube cathode current of 600 µA under no signal condition.
Maximum necessary correction of each picture tube cathode current to get 8550 degrees K+1 MPCD
screen temperature should not exceed 15% of its original value.
X=0.290 ± 0.015
Y=0.300 ± 0.015
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
MODEL DESTINATION (Operation Manual languages).
32JW-73E: Deutsch, Français, Nederlands.
32JW-73EES: Español, Português.
32JW-73ESE: Dansk, English, Norsk, Suomi, Svenska.
WARNING
The chassis in this receiver is partially hot. Use an isolation transformer between the line cord plug
and power receptacle, when servicing this chassis.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
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IMPORTANT SERVICING NOTES
Only qualified service personnel are allowed to carry out maintenance and repair of this receiver.
Servicing of High Voltage System and CRT
It is important that the static charge is removed from the high voltage system when carrying out work on the
receiver. This can be achieved by connecting a 10K resistor (with a suitably insulated lead) from the CRT
cavity connector to the CRT ground tag. This must be carried out with the AC supply disconnected from the
receiver.
Note the following:
• The CRT in this receiver employs Integral Implosion Protection.
• If the CRT has to be changed it MUST be replaced with the correct type for continued safe working.
• DO NOT lift the CRT by its neck.
• When handing the CRT, ensure that shatterproof goggles are worn.
• Ensure that the CRT is discharge before handling.
X-Ray
This receiver is designed to keep any x-ray emission to an absolute minimum. Some fault conditions and
servicing procedures may produce potentially hazardous x-ray radiation levels. This is a problem when in
close proximity to the receiver for long periods of time. To reduce any risks associated with this, please
observe the following precautions:
1. When undertaking any servicing on this chassis, DO NOT increase the EHT to more than 32.5 KV, (at a
instantaneous beam current of 1500µA).
2. Ensure that during normal operation the EHT does not exceed 30.0 KV±1.5KV (at a beam current of
1650µA). This level has been preset in the factory. Always check that this level has not been exceeded
after carrying out any repair on the receiver.
3. DO NOT replace the CRT with any other type than that specified in the parts listing as this may cause
excessive x-ray radiation.
Before returning the receiver to the customer
In addition to the above checks, the following should also be carried out before returning the receiver to the
customer.
1. Inspect all the leads to ensure that they are dressed correctly and that they are not obstructed or pinched
by any other parts.
2. Ensure that all protective devices are in good condition. These will include nonmetallic control knobs,
insulating fish papers, cabinets backs, compartment covers or shields, mechanical insulators, etc.
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CONTROLS & TERMINALS
■ FRONT TV
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Main power button
Power indicator
Remote control sensor
Volume DOWN button
Volume UP button
Channel DOWN button
1
Channel UP button
2
3 4 5 6 7
8
Door
HOW TO OPEN THE DOOR
Press the top of the door, opening it slightly
hook your finger inside and pull open.
Behind
the door
Behind
the door
10. Headphone
Socket (3.5mm / 16~600 ohms)
S-VIDEO
input terminal
11. S-Video input terminal
12. Video
Terminal
(PAL/SECAM/NTSC)
VIDEO
input Input
terminal
(PAL/SECAM/NTSC)
13. Audio Input Terminal (left)
AUDIO
inputInput
terminal
(left) (right)
14. Audio
Terminal
AUDIO input terminal (right)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. Headphone
jack (3.5mm / 16~600 ohms)
REAR TV
1
2
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
3
4
5
L/S/G/I R/D/D/D
AUDIO
21-pin In/Out
1. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-2)
With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input
■ REAR TV
2. 21-pin Audio/Video (AV-1)
With PAL/SECAM/NTSC/S-Video Input
21-pin In/Out
3.
Euro SCART
1. 21-pin21-pin
Audio/Video
(AV-2) (RGB)
With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input
With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input
RF Input
2. 21-pin
Audio/Video (AV-1)
4. PAL/SECAM/NTSC/S-Video
Aerial terminal
With
Input
3. 21-pin Euro SCART (RGB)
With PAL/SECAM/NTSC Video Input
RF Input
4. Aerial terminal
WOOFER
AV/TERMINAL
R
R
SCART
PERITELEVISION
AV-2
L
L
RGB
REAR
AV/TERMINAL
AV-1
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5
2
3
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REMOTE CONTROL
TV
1.
TV
2.
3.
VCR
TV/VIDEO
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4.
23.
24.
CH
MENU
TV
26.
8.
27.
9.
10.
28.
29.
LIST
?
X
S
I/II/I+II
7. Volume
31.
I
i
DOWN/Cursor
control
VCR
CH
G1065SA
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
TV
14. Sub-titles button
Video
15.
16.
17.
18.
TV
19. TV / VIDEO selector
20. Call button
21. Single/Double entry
Teletext
22. Colour button (yellow)
23. Colour button (cyan)
TV
24. Channel UP/Cursor control UP
25. Volume UP/Cursor control RIGHT
26. Channel DOWN/Cursor control
Rewind/picture search/reverse
Play button
Pause / Still button
Stop button
DOWN
27. Wide Mode selector
32.
TV /Teletext
28. Time button
33.
34.
35.
TV
29. Sound mode selector
Teletext
30. Hold button
36.
37.
18.
Reveal button
List selector
Store button
Cancel button
Half page button
Cursor button
Teletext
30.
12.
17.
TV
LEFT
25.
CH
14.
15.
16.
5. Colour button (green)
6. Colour button (red)
22.
7.
13.
Teletext
21.
6.
11.
3. Digit buttons 0 ∼ 9
4. Flashback button
8. Menu button
0
5.
2. Power ON / OFF switch (VCR)
TV
19.
20.
1. Stand-by ON/OFF switch (TV)
Video
TV
31. Sound Mute button
Teletext
32. Text/Mix/Picture button
33. Index button
Video
34.
35.
36.
37.
TV / VCR / TEXT REMOTE CONTROL
Channel Up selector
Fast forward/picture search/forward
Channel Down selector
Record button
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
All adjustments to this chassis, except for focus, are carried out in the Service Mode.
Service Mode
The Service Mode is provided to enable the engineer to correctly set up the receiver to the CRT fitted in the set.
Note that these adjustments may vary from one receiver to another.
To enter the Service Mode, carry out the following procedure.
1. Connect a test pattern to the antenna terminal.
2. Tune the receiver to this signal.
3. Turn the receiver off using the mains switch.
4. Press volume down and channel up buttons on the
front of the receiver at the same time.
5. Keeping these buttons pressed, turn the mains on.
6. When the set starts up it will be in Service Mode.
7. Release the two buttons.
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• Use the channel up and down buttons to move between the options.
• Use the volume control buttons to change the data.
• To store the data, use the stand-by button on the remote control.
• To exit the Service Mode, turn the receiver off using the mains switch.
When the Service Mode is entered the following On Screen Display appears
SERVICE SOFTWARE ∗∗−∗∗x∗∗
SW on: XXXX SW off: XXXX Hours ON: XXXX
The figures displayed in the “XXXX” locations are hexadecimal representations of the number of times that particular
function has been executed. For example if the hexadecimal number displayed after “SW on” was 0E4A, this would
correspond to the receiver being turned on 3658 times.
The figure displayed in the “ ∗∗−∗∗x∗ ∗ ” location is the EPROM version.
X
Adjustment menu:
The following adjustments can be carried out in the Service Mode.
01. Horizontal Shift
02. East West Width
03. Pin Phase
04. Pin Amp (Amplitude)
05. Corner Amplitude
06. Corner Symmetry
07. Vertical Linearity
08. Vertical Angle
09. Vertical Bow
10. Vertical Amplitude
11. S Correction
12. Vertical Shift
13. Red Gain
14. Green Gain
15. Blue Gain
16. Red Cut Off
17. Green Cut Off
18. Blue Cut Off
19. Alter NVM Pag (Page)
20. Alter NVM Pos (Position)
21. Alter NVM Val (Value)
22. Teletext Mix Mode Contrast
23. Teletext Contrast
24. OSD Contrast
25. DVCO Adjustment (Only PAL)
26. DVCO Adjustment (Only NTSC)
27. AGC Adjustment (B/G or L depending on the receiving signal)
28. Auto Installation On/Off
When in the Service Mode it is possible to access certain functions by using the teletext keys as below.
• By pressing the Blue button each adjustment can be directly accessed via the remote control. Referring to the
list above, press the Blue button followed by the adjustment number, this will directly access the selected
adjustment. If any number above 29 is selected, the set will revert to the Service Mode entry page. To access a
number less than 10, use the 0 key first, i.e. 02.
• Press the Yellow button to go straight to the AGC adjustment.
• Press the Green button once to enter “FACTORY VOLUME” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The original value will be recovered after resetting the TV set.
• Press the Green button twice to enter “FACTORY BALANCE” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The original value will be recovered after resetting the TV set.
• Press the Green button three times to enter “FACTORY BASS” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The original value will be recovered after resetting the TV set.
• Press the Green button four times to enter “FACTORY TREBLE” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The original value will be recovered after resetting the TV set.
• Press the Red button once to enter “FACTORY CONTRAST” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The adjustment is stored automatically.
• Press the Red button twice to enter “FACTORY BRIGHTNESS” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The adjustment is stored automatically.
• Press the Red button three times to enter “FACTORY COLOUR” level. Use volume control keys to change the
setting. The adjustment is stored automatically.
• If buttons 0 through 9 are pressed, the set will automatically go to that program number.
• By pressing the Menu button, the unit will normalise Picture and Audio settings. The Auto Installation is then
turned “on”.
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Note that the receiver should be set to FULL MODE before carrying out any geometry adjustments. This can be achieved
by pressing the widescreen mode button on the remote control until FULL MODE appears on the OSD. This can only be
done out of the Service Mode.
The following geometry adjustments can be carried out. Detailed instructions on how to execute these are given on the
following pages.
Horizontal
• Horizontal Shift
• E-W Width
• Pin Phase
• Pin Amp
• Corner Amplitude
• Corner Symmetry
Vertical
• Vertical Amplitude
• Vertical Shift
• Vertical Bow
• Vertical Angle
• S Correction
• Vertical Linearity
Just in case the TV set requires a full geometry adjustment, please proceed first with Vertical according to the above
order, and after that, adjust Horizontal according to the above order.
Horizontal Shift
Adjust the Horizontal Shift so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 2.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the picture moves to the right.
• When the volume down button is pressed, the picture moves to the left.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
E-W Width
Adjust the E-W Width so that 8% over-scan is achieved.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 3.
• When the volume up button is pressed, horizontal scanning decreases.
• When the volume down button is pressed, horizontal scanning increases.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 2
Figure 3
Pin Phase
Adjust the Pin Phase so that the picture is symmetrical top and bottom.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 4.
• When the volume up button is pressed, side pincushion changes.
• When the volume down button is pressed, side pincushion changes.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 4
Pin Amp
Adjust the Pin Amp so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 5.
• When the volume up button is pressed, side pincushion changes from pincushion to
barrel shape.
• When the volume down button is pressed, side pincushion changes from barrel
shape to pincushion.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 5
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Corner Amplitude
Adjust the Corner Amplitude so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 6.
Note: This adjustment affects to upper and lower sides.
• When the volume up button is pressed, side pincushion changes from pincushion to
barrel shape.
• When the volume down button is pressed, side pincushion changes from barrel shape to
pincushion.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Corner Symmetry
Adjust the Corner Symmetry so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 7.
Note: This adjustment affects to upper and lower sides.
• When the volume up button is pressed, side pincushion changes from barrel shape to
pincushion.
• When the volume down button is pressed, side pincushion changes from pincushion to
barrel shape.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 6
Figure 7
Vertical Linearity
Adjust the Vertical Linearity so that the upper and lower parts of the picture are symmetrical.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 8.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the upper picture scanning decreases and the
lower picture scanning increases.
• When the volume down button is pressed, the upper picture scanning increases and the
lower picture scanning decreases.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 8
Vertical Angle
Adjust the Vertical Angle so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 9.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the vertical angle changes to right.
• When the volume down button is pressed, the vertical angle changes to left.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 9
Vertical Bow
Adjust the Vertical Bow so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 10.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the vertical bow changes to right.
• When the volume down button is pressed, the vertical bow changes to left.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 10
Vertical Amplitude
Adjust the Vertical Amplitude so that 8% over-scan is achieved.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 11.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the vertical size of the picture increases.
• When the volume down button is pressed, the vertical size of the picture decreases.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
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S Correction
Adjust the S Correction so that the picture symmetrical between the top, centre and bottom.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 12.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the top and bottom scanning increases and
the centre scanning decreases.
• When the volume down button is pressed the top and bottom scanning decreases
and the centre scanning increases.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 12
Vertical Shift
Adjust the Vertical Shift so that the picture is centred.
The effect of this adjustment is shown in figure 13.
• When the volume up button is pressed, the picture moves down.
• When the volume down button is pressed, the picture moves up.
• Press the stand-by button on the remote control to store.
Figure 13
Colour Adjustments
The following adjustments should only be carried out when the CRT or IC850 are replaced.
G2 (screen), R-G-B Cut Off and Gain Adjustments
1. Follow the procedure below to set the G2
1.1 Tune the set to the output of a signal generator (monoscope pattern).
1.2 In the user menu, set contrast to 80/100 and brightness to 40/100 (TV normalized).
1.3 Select FULL MODE.
1.4 Enter the Service Mode.
1.5 Select RED GAIN in Service Mode.
1.6 Adjust SCREEN VR so that the OSD value (indicated on Figure 14) reaches 50h ± 8h.
XX XX XX XX
XX 50 XX XX
Adjust value
to 50h ± 8h
RED GAIN
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Figure 14
2. Follow the procedure below to set the Cut Off.
2.1 Adjust G2.
2.2 Tune a white pattern.
2.3 Adjust colour to minimum.
2.4 Position colorimeter in the centre of screen.
2.5 Adjust brightness and contrast to obtain a luminance of ≈ 3 NITS.
2.6 Set the RED CUT OFF to 32.
2.7 Operate in Service Mode and select location GREEN CUT OFF and BLUE CUT OFF, to obtain colour coordinates:
X=0.290 ± 0.015
Y=0.300 ± 0.015
To increase press volume-up button and to decrease press volume down button.
GREEN CUT OFF
BLUE CUT OFF
alter «Y» coordinate.
alter «X» and «Y» coordinate.
3. Follow the procedure below to set the GAIN.
3.1 Using brightness and contrast buttons, select a luminance of ≈100 NITS.
3.2 Set the RED GAIN to 50.
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3.3 Operate in Service Mode and select location GREEN GAIN and BLUE GAIN, to obtain colour coordinates:
X=0.290 ± 0.015
Y=0.300 ± 0.015
To increase press volume-up button and to decrease press volume down button.
GREEN GAIN alter «Y» coordinate.
BLUE GAIN alter «X» and «Y» coordinate.
3.4 Exit Service Mode and check colour coordinates «X» and «Y» at 3 and 100 NITS. It may be necessary to repeat
procedure 2 and 3 of Colour Adjustments.
R-G-B Cut Off and Gain Adjustments (alternative method).
In the event off a Colorimeter not being available, please follow the following procedures to obtain correct and Grey
scale settings (R-G-B Cut Off and Gain).
1. In the user menu, set the picture levels to the FACTORY settings (normalised).
2. Enter the Service Mode.
3. Adjust the G2 as in the previous page procedure.
4. Set the 50, 51, 52, 53, 54 and 55 NVM positions on page 00 from the original value to 80. Store each location by
pressing the stand-by button on the remote control.
5. Adjust grey scale as follows.
XX XX XX XX
5.1 Select a grey scale signal, then set the Red Cut-off level to 32 and the Red-Gain to 50.
XX XX XX XX
5.2 Leave the Red Cut-off and Gain as above and adjust Green and Blue Cut-off and Gain
to achieve correct grey scale tracking. As with all grey scale adjustments it will be necessary to readjust the settings to achieve good tracking.
BLUE GAIN
Note: The data to be adjusted is contained at the bottom right corner of the picture. See
Figure 15.
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Figure 15
Changing NVM Data
To change the data contained within the Non Volatile Memory, it is necessary to first select the page the data is stored in,
then the position and finally to change the data itself. The procedure below outlines this process.
1. Press the channel up/down buttons and ALTER NVM PAG appears, use the volume up/down buttons to change this
data (it is shown in hexadecimal format).
2. Press the channel up button and ALTER NVM POS appears, use the volume up/down buttons to change this data (it is
shown in hexadecimal format).
3. Press the channel up button and ALTER NVM VAL appears, use the volume up/down buttons to change this data (it is
shown in hexadecimal format).
4. Once this data has been set, press the stand-by button to store.
5. If another NVM value has to be changed, use the channel down button to select the page or position and repeat as
necessary.
Note: DO NOT change any NVM data, unless you have been advised to do so by a Sharp representative. If data is
incorrectly changed, serious damage may occur to the receiver.
Contrast Adjustments
Three types of contrast levels can be varied as listed below:
• TELETEXT MIX MODE CONTRAST
• TELETEXT CONTRAST
• OSD CONTRAST
Use the volume up/down buttons to adjust to a suitable level, then. It is not necessary to press the stand-by button to store,
data are memorized by exiting the Service Mode.
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DVCO Adjustment (PAL)
Carry out the DVCO Adjustment (PAL) as shown below:
1. Receive a Philips pattern signal.
2. While in the DVCO ADJUSTMENT (PAL) menu, press the stand-by button.
3. The adjustment will be carried out automatically and stored.
DVCO Adjustment (NTSC)
No adjustment required.
AGC Adjustment (B/G)
To correctly align the “B/G” Automatic Gain Control, follow the procedure outlined below:
1. Tune the set into a pattern generator on CH E12 (B/G).
2. Adjust the signal strength of the pattern generator to 59dB/mV (75W).
3. Enter the Service Mode.
4. Enter the AGC Adjustment menu (although it only appears on screen “AGC Adjustment” you are in the “B/G” one).
5. Press the stand-by button on the remote control.
6. The adjustment will be carried out and stored automatically.
AGC Adjustment (L)
To correctly align the “L” Automatic Gain Control, follow the procedure outlined below:
1. Tune the set into a pattern generator on CH F10 (L).
2. Adjust the signal strength of the pattern generator to 59dB/mV (75W).
3. Enter the Service Mode.
4. Enter the AGC Adjustment menu (although it only appears on screen “AGC Adjustment” you are in the “L” one).
5. Press the stand-by button on the remote control.
6. The adjustment will be carried out and stored automatically.
Auto Installation On/Off
To return the receiver to the original Auto Installation mode, using the volume up or down button, set the Auto Installation
On/Off to On. This setting is automatically stored and when the receiver is turned on the next time it will start up in Auto
Installation mode.
LED FLASHING CODES
If the TV set does not work and the power indicator is flashing, follow the sequence according to the information below, as
a guide to fault finding.
1. Unable to read or write into NVM: 66% ON, 33% OFF twice and OFF for a second.
On
Off
2. MSP failure: 66% ON, 33% OFF for three times and OFF for a second.
On
Off
3. VCT failure: 66% ON, 33% OFF for four times and OFF for a second.
On
Off
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CHASSIS LAYOUT
PWB A (Mother Unit, FB217N5).
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32JW-73E
PWB B CHASSIS LAYOUT (CRT SOCKET UNIT, FB218N2).
PWB C CHASSIS LAYOUT (FRONTAL POWER-CONTROL UNIT, FB219N1).
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32JW-73E
ICs ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TDA9886 (IC201)
5
QUICK REFERENCE DATA
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
VP
supply voltage
IP
supply current
CONDITIONS
notes 1 and 2
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
UNIT
4.5
5.0
5.5
V
52
63
70
mA
Video part
Vi(VIF)(rms)
VIF input voltage sensitivity
(RMS value)
−1 dB video at output
−
60
100
µV
GVIF(cr)
VIF gain control range
see Fig.7
60
66
−
dB
fVIF
vision carrier operating frequencies see Table 14
−
33.4
−
MHz
−
33.9
−
MHz
−
38.0
−
MHz
−
38.9
−
MHz
−
45.75
−
MHz
−
58.75
−
MHz
−
±2.3
−
MHz
normal mode
1.7
2.0
2.3
V
trap bypass mode
0.95
1.10
1.25
V
B/G standard
−
−
5
%
L standard
−
−
7
%
∆fVIF
VIF frequency window of digital
acquisition help
related to fVIF; see Fig.10
Vo(video)(p-p)
video signal output voltage
(peak-to-peak value)
see Fig.5
Gdif
differential gain
“CCIR 330”; note 3
ϕdif
differential phase
“CCIR 330”
−
2
4
deg
Bvideo(−1dB)
−1 dB video bandwidth
trap bypass mode; AC load;
CL < 20 pF; RL > 1 kΩ
5
6
−
MHz
Bvideo(−3dB)(trap)
−3 dB video bandwidth including
sound carrier trap
note 4
ftrap = 4.5 MHz
3.95
4.05
−
MHz
ftrap = 5.5 MHz
4.90
5.00
−
MHz
ftrap = 6.0 MHz
5.40
5.50
−
MHz
5.50
5.95
−
MHz
trap attenuation at first sound
carrier
M/N standard
30
36
−
dB
B/G standard
30
36
−
dB
S/NW(video)
weighted signal-to-noise ratio of
video signal
see Fig.11; note 5
56
59
−
dB
PSRRCVBS
power supply ripple rejection at
pin CVBS
fripple = 70 Hz; see Fig.6;
note 6
20
25
−
dB
AFCstps
AFC control steepness
definition: ∆IAFC/∆fVIF
0.85
1.05
1.25
µA/kHz
Vo(AF)(rms)
AF output voltage (RMS value)
27 kHz FM deviation;
50 µs de-emphasis
430
540
650
mV
THD
total harmonic distortion of audio
signal
FM: 27 kHz FM deviation;
50 µs de-emphasis
−
0.15
0.50
%
AM: m = 54%
−
0.5
1.0
%
ftrap = 6.5 MHz
αSC1
Audio part
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TDA9886 (IC201)
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
UNIT
BAF(−3dB)
−3 dB AF bandwidth
without de-emphasis;
dependent on FM-PLL filter
80
100
−
kHz
S/NW(AF)
weighted signal-to-noise ratio of
audio signal
FM: 27 kHz FM deviation;
50 µs de-emphasis;
vision carrier unmodulated
52
56
−
dB
AM: m = 54%
45
50
−
dB
αAM(sup)
AM suppression of
FM demodulator
50 µs de-emphasis;
40
AM: f = 1 kHz and m = 54%;
referenced to 27 kHz
FM deviation
46
−
dB
PSRRAUD
power supply ripple rejection on
pin AUD
fripple = 70 Hz; see Fig.6
Vo(intc)(rms)
IF intercarrier output level
(RMS value)
for AM
20
26
−
dB
for FM
14
20
−
dB
QSS mode; SC1; SC2 off
90
140
180
mV
L standard;
without modulation
90
140
180
mV
intercarrier mode;
SC1; SC2 off; note 7
−
−
−
mV
Reference frequency
fref
reference signal frequency
note 8
−
4
−
MHz
Vref(rms)
reference signal voltage
(RMS value)
operation as input terminal
80
−
400
mV
Notes
1. Values of video and sound parameters can be decreased at VP = 4.5 V.
2. For applications without I2C-bus, the time constant (R × C) at the supply must be >1.2 µs (e.g. 1 Ω and 2.2 µF).
3. Condition: luminance range (5 steps) from 0% to 100%.
4. AC load: CL < 20 pF and RL > 1 kΩ. The sound carrier frequencies (depending on the TV standard) are attenuated
by the integrated sound carrier traps (see Figs 13 to 18; H (s) is the absolute value of transfer function).
5. S/NW(video) is the ratio of the black-to-white amplitude to the black level noise voltage (RMS value measured on
pin CVBS). B = 5 MHz weighted in accordance with “CCIR 567”.
6. Conditions: video signal, grey level, positive and negative modulation.
7. The intercarrier output signal at pin SIOMAD can be calculated by the following formula taking into account the
internal video signal with 1.1 V (p-p) as a reference:
1
V o(intc) = 1.1 V (p-p) × ----------- × 10
2 2
V i ( SC )
--------------- ( dB ) + 6 dB ± 3 dB
V i ( PC )
---------------------------------------------------------------20
1
(RMS), where: ----------- is the correction term for RMS value,
2 2
V i ( SC )
--------------- ( dB ) is the sound-to-picture carrier ratio at pins VIF1 and VIF2 in dB, 6 dB is the correction term of internal
V i ( PC )
circuitry and ±3 dB is the tolerance of video output and intercarrier output Vo(intc)(rms).
8. Pin REF is able to operate as a 1-pin crystal oscillator input as well as an external reference signal input, e.g. from
the tuning system.
22
23
23 (26)
SIF1
18 (20)
AGND
20 (22)
VP
SUPPLY
CAGC
(6, 12, 13, 14, 17,
19, 25, 28, 29, 32)
13
n.c.
VPLL
VIF-PLL
RC VCO
19 (21)
OP1
3 (1)
OUTPUT
PORTS
SDA
DGND
7 (5)
SIOMAD
12 (11)
AFC
AUDIO PROCESSING
AND SWITCHES
SOUND TRAPS
4.5 to 6.5 MHz
AFC DETECTOR
21 (23)
FMPLL
4 (2)
MHC108
(4) 6
(3) 5
(7) 8
(18) 17
FM-PLL
filter
NARROW-BAND
FM-PLL DEMODULATOR
sound intercarrier output
and MAD select
10 (9)
Fig.1 Block diagram.
SCL
22 (24) 11 (10)
OP2
TDA9885
TDA9886
DIGITAL VCO CONTROL
15 (16)
REF
external reference signal
or 4 MHz crystal
I 2C-BUS TRANSCEIVER
MAD
SINGLE REFERENCE QSS MIXER
INTERCARRIER MIXER
AND AM DEMODULATOR
SIF AGC
VIF-AGC
(1) Not connected for TDA9885.
Pin numbers for TDA9885HN in parenthesis.
24 (27)
1 (30)
VIF1
SIF2
2 (31)
TUNER AGC
CBL
VAGC (1)
16
handbook, full pagewidth
VIF2
14 (15)
CAGC(neg)
TAGC
TOP
9 (8)
VIF-PLL
filter
AFD
audio output
CAF
de-emphasis
network
DEEM
AUD
video output: 2 V (p-p)
[1.1 V (p-p) without trap]
CVBS
6
CVAGC(pos)
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32JW-73E
TDA9886 (IC201)
BLOCK DIAGRAM
32JW-73E
TDA9886 (IC201)
7
PINNING
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
TDA9886T
TDA9886TS
TDA9885T
TDA9885TS
TDA9885HN
VIF1
1
1
30
VIF differential input 1
VIF2
2
2
31
VIF differential input 2
n.c.
−
−
32
not connected
OP1
3
3
1
output port 1; open-collector
FMPLL
4
4
2
FM-PLL for loop filter
DEEM
5
5
3
de-emphasis output for capacitor
AFD
6
6
4
AF decoupling input for capacitor
DGND
7
7
5
digital ground
n.c.
−
−
6
not connected
AUD
8
8
7
audio output
TOP
9
9
8
tuner AGC TakeOver Point (TOP) for resistor adjustment
SDA
10
10
9
I2C-bus data input and output
SCL
11
11
10
I2C-bus clock input
SIOMAD
12
12
11
sound intercarrier output and MAD select with resistor
n.c.
−
−
12
not connected
n.c.
13
13
13
not connected
n.c.
−
−
14
not connected
TAGC
14
14
15
tuner AGC output
REF
15
15
16
4 MHz crystal or reference signal input
VAGC
16
−
−
VIF-AGC for capacitor
n.c.
−
16
17
not connected
CVBS
17
17
18
composite video output
n.c.
−
−
19
not connected
AGND
18
18
20
analog ground
VPLL
19
19
21
VIF-PLL for loop filter
VP
20
20
22
supply voltage
AFC
21
21
23
AFC output
OP2
22
22
24
output port 2; open-collector
n.c.
−
−
25
not connected
SIF1
23
23
26
SIF differential input 1 and MAD select with resistor
SIF2
24
24
27
SIF differential input 2 and MAD select with resistor
n.c.
−
−
28
not connected
n.c.
−
−
29
not connected
handbook, halfpage
VIF1 1
24 SIF2
VIF2 2
23 SIF1
OP1 3
22 OP2
FMPLL 4
21 AFC
DEEM 5
AFD 6
20 VP
19 VPLL
DGND 7
TDA9885TS
TDA9886TS 18 AGND
AUD 8
17 CVBS
TOP 9
16 VAGC (1)
SDA 10
15 REF
SCL 11
14 TAGC
SIOMAD 12
13 n.c.
MHC110
(1) Not connected for TDA9885TS.
Fig.3 Pin configuration for SSOP24.
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TDA7480 (IC1301,IC1302)
TDA7480
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
Parameter
VCC
Tstg, Tj
DC Supply Voltage
VFREQ
Maximum Voltage Across VFREQ (Pin 9)
Top
ESD
Operating Temperature Range
Maximum ESD on Pins
Storage and Junction Temperature
Unit
±20
–40 to 150
°C
8
V
-20 to 70
°C
kV
V
±1.8
Rth with "on board" Square Heatsink vs. copper area.
PIN CONNECTION (Top view)
-VCC
1
20
-VCC
-VCC
2
19
-VCC
Rthj-a
(˚C/W)
-VCC
3
18
-VCC
OUT
4
17
-VCC
BOOTDIODE
5
16
+VCC POW
BOOT
6
15
VREG
N.C.
7
14
+VCC SIGN
FEEDCAP
8
13
N.C.
FREQ
9
12
STBY/MUTE
10
11
IN
SGN-GND
Value
D97AU675
COPPER AREA 35µ
THICKNESS
60
PC BOARD
50
40
D96AU537B
30
0
4
8
12
Area(cm2)
THERMAL DATA
Symbol
Parameter
Rth j-amb
Thermal Resistance Junction to ambient
Rth j-pin
Thermal Resistance Junction to Pin
Max.
PIN FUNCTIONS
N.
Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
-VCC
-VCC
-VCC
OUT
BOOTDIODE
BOOT
NC
FEEDCAP
FREQUENCY
SGN-GND
IN
ST-BY-MUTE
NC
+VCC SIGN
VREG
+VCC POW
-VCC
-VCC
-VCC
-VCC
Function
NEGATIVE SUPPLY.
NEGATIVE SUPPLY.
NEGATIVE SUPPLY.
PWM OUTPUT
BOOTSTRAP DIODE ANODE
BOOTSTRAP CAPACITOR
NOT CONNECTED
FEEDBACK INTEGRATING CAPACITANCE
SETTING FREQUENCY RESISTOR
SIGNAL GROUND
INPUT
ST-BY/ MUTE CONTROL PIN
NOT CONNECTED
POSITIVE SIGNAL SUPPLY
10V INTERNAL REGULATOR
POSITIVE POWER SUPPLY
NEGATIVE SUPPLY (TO BE CONNECTED TO PIN 16 VIA C5)
NEGATIVE SUPPLY
NEGATIVE SUPPLY
NEGATIVE SUPPLY
25
Value
Unit
80
°C/W
12
°C/W
32JW-73E
TDA7480 (IC1301,IC1302)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Refer to the test circuit, VCC = ±14V; RL = 8Ω; RS = 50Ω;
Rf = 12KΩ; Demod.. filter L = 60µH, C = 470nF; f = 1KHz; Tamb = 25°C unless otherwise specified.)
Symbol
Parameter
Test Condition
Min.
Supply Range
Total Quiescent Current
VOS
Output Offset Voltage
Play Condition
–50
PO
Output Power
THD = 10%
THD = 1%
8.5
6
RL = ∞; NO LC Filter
Unit
25
±16
40
V
mA
+50
mV
W
W
RL = 4Ω VCC = ±10.5V
THD = 10%
THD = 1%
10
7
W
W
1
W
1.8
W
85
%
0.1
%
5
A
150
°C
Dissipated Power at 1W Output
Power
Rf = 12KΩ PΟ = 1W
PDMAX
Maximum Dissipated Power
PΟ = 10W THD 10%
Rth-j-amb = 38°C/W (Area 12cm2)
Efficiency ≡
Max.
10
7
Pd (*)
η
Typ.
±10
VS
Iq
PO
PO
(**)
≡
PO + PD PI
THD 10%
Rth-j-amb = 38°C/W (Area 12cm2)
THD
Total Harmonic Distortion
RL = 8Ω; PO = 0.5W
Imax
Overcurrent Protection
Threshold
RL = 0
Tj
Thermal Shut-down Junction
Temperature
GV
eN
Closed Loop Gain
80
3.5
29
Total Input Noise
30
31
dB
7
12
µV
µV
20
30
KΩ
46
60
dB
A Curve
f = 20Hz to 22KHz
Ri
SVR
Input Resistance
Supply Voltage Rejection
Tr, Tf
Rising and Falling Time
50
ns
RDSON
FSW
Power Transistor on Resistance
Switching Frequency
0.4
120
140
Ω
KHz
FSW_OP
Switching Frequency Operative
Range
200
KHz
f = 100Hz; Vr = 0.5
100
100
1.4x109
BF
Zero Signal Frequency
Constant (***)
RF
Frequency Controller Resistor
Range (****)
7
12
HzΩ
14
KΩ
0.8
V
2.5
V
MUTE & STAND-BY FUNCTIONS
VST-BY
Stand-by range
VMUTE
VPLAY
Mute Range
Play Range (1)
4
AMUTE
Mute Attenuation
60
IqST-BY
Quiescent Current @ Stand-by
1.8
V
80
3
dB
5
mA
*: The output average power when the amplifier is playing music can be considered roughly 1/10 of the maximum output power. So it is useful
to consider the dissipated power in this condition for thermal dimensioning.
**: PO = measured across the load using the following inductor:
COIL 58120 MPPA2 (magnetics)
TURNS: 28 ∅ 1mm
COIL77120 KOOL Mµ (magnetics) TURNS: 28 ∅ 1mm
***: The zero-signal switching frequency can be obtained using the following expression: FSW = BF/RF
****: The maximum value of RF is related to the maximum possible value for the voltage drop on RF itself.
(1): For V12 >5.2V, an input impedance of 10KΩ is to be considered.
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MSP3410G (IC301)
ADC
Sound IF2
Demodulator
Preprocessing
I2S1
Source Select
Sound IF1
Prescale
I2S2
Loudspeaker
Sound
Processing
DAC
Headphone
Sound
Processing
DAC
Loudspeaker
Subwoofer
Headphone
I2S
SCART1
DAC
SCART2
SCART3
SCART
DSP
Input
Select
SCART1
ADC
Prescale
SCART
Output
Select
DAC
SCART4
MONO
SCART2
Fig. 1–1: Simplified functional block diagram of the MSP 34x0G
SC2_IN_L
ASG
SC2_IN_R
SC3_IN_R
ASG
SC3_IN_L
SC1_IN_L
ASG
SC1_IN_R
SC4_IN_R
VREFTOP
SC4_IN_L
NC
NC
MONO_IN
AGNDC
AVSS
AHVSS
AVSS
AHVSS
NC
NC
NC
NC
AVSUP
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41
65
40
CAPL_M
AVSUP
66
39
AHVSUP
ANA_IN1+
67
38
CAPL_A
ANA_IN−
68
37
SC1_OUT_L
ANA_IN2+
69
36
SC1_OUT_R
TESTEN
70
35
VREF1
XTAL_IN
71
34
SC2_OUT_L
XTAL_OUT
72
33
SC2_OUT_R
TP
73
32
NC
AUD_CL_OUT
74
31
NC
NC
75
30
DACM_SUB
NC
76
29
NC
D_CTR_I/O_1
77
28
DACM_L
D_CTR_I/O_0
78
27
DACM_R
ADR_SEL
79
26
VREF2
STANDBYQ
80
MSP 34x0G
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
25
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
NC
DACA_L
DACA_R
I2C_CL
NC
I2C_DA
NC
I2S_CL
RESETQ
I2S_WS
NC
I2S_DA_OUT
NC
I2S_DA_IN1
NC
ADR_DA
I2S_DA_IN2
ADR_WS
DVSS
ADR_CL
DVSS
DVSUP
DVSS
DVSUP
DVSUP
Fig. 4–9: PQFP80 package
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MSP3410G (IC301)
4.6.1. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Symbol
Parameter
Pin Name
Min.
Max.
Unit
TA
Ambient Operating Temperature
−
0
70
°C
TS
Storage Temperature
−
−40
125
°C
VSUP1
First Supply Voltage
AHVSUP
−0.3
9.0
V
VSUP2
Second Supply Voltage
DVSUP
−0.3
6.0
V
VSUP3
Third Supply Voltage
AVSUP
−0.3
6.0
V
dVSUP23
Voltage between AVSUP
and DVSUP
AVSUP,
DVSUP
−0.5
0.5
V
PTOT
Power Dissipation
PLCC68
PSDIP64
PSDIP52
PQFP80
PLQFP64
AHVSUP,
DVSUP,
AVSUP
1200
1300
1200
1000
960
mW
mW
mW
mW
mW
−0.3
VSUP2+0.3
V
VIdig
Input Voltage, all Digital Inputs
IIdig
Input Current, all Digital Pins
−
−20
+20
mA1)
VIana
Input Voltage, all Analog Inputs
SCn_IN_s,2)
MONO_IN
−0.3
VSUP1+0.3
V
IIana
Input Current, all Analog Inputs
SCn_IN_s,2)
MONO_IN
−5
+5
mA1)
IOana
Output Current, all SCART Outputs
SCn_OUT_s2)
3) 4)
3) 4)
IOana
Output Current, all Analog Outputs
except SCART Outputs
DACp_s2)
3)
3)
ICana
Output Current, other pins
connected to capacitors
CAPL_p,2)
AGNDC
3)
3)
1)
2)
3)
4)
,
,
positive value means current flowing into the circuit
“n” means “1”, “2”, “3”, or “4”, “s” means “L” or “R”, “p” means “M” or “A”
The analog outputs are short-circuit proof with respect to First Supply Voltage and ground.
Total chip power dissipation must not exceed absolute maximum rating.
Stresses beyond those listed in the “Absolute Maximum Ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. This
is a stress rating only. Functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in
the “Recommended Operating Conditions/Characteristics” of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum ratings conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
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VIN
CIN
2
4
3
Video
Front-end
Comb
Filter
Panorama
Scaler
Color
Decoder
2
RSW
GNDM
VRD
XREF
SENSE
HFLB
VERT
EW
PROT
HOUT
VSUPD
VCT 38xxA/B
GNDD
GNDAF
SGND
VSUPAF
VRT
VCT3834 (IC1001)
2
Display
Processor
3
Video
Back-end
Pict.Improv
VOUT
RGBOUT
SVM
4
RGBIN
Video
VSUPAB
GNDAB
I2C
MSync
Color, Prio
8
2
Audio
3
AOUT
AIN
VSync
I2C Master
BE
TPU
DMA
CPU
RDY
24
24kB ROM
kB
2
I2C
8-bit PWM
14-bit PWM
1 kB
CPU RAM
3 kB
3 kB
OSD
OSDRAM
15:1 Mux
10-bit ADC
2 Timer
Reset
Logic
RESQ
Clock
Oscillator
XTAL1
TEST
2 CapCom
96 kB
CPU ROM
Watchdog
XTAL2
24 IO Ports
31
ADB, DB, CB
CLK20
GNDP1
VSUPP1
GNDS
VSUPS
12
Pxy
16 kB
Text
RAM
Fig. 1–2: Block diagram of the VCT 38xxA/B (shaded blocks are optional)
The block diagram does not show the additional features of VCT 38xxB.
6.7.1. Absolute Maximum Ratings
1)
Symbol
Parameter
TA
Pin Name
Min.
Max.
Unit
Ambient Operating Temperature
−
65
°C
TS
Storage Temperature
−40
125
°C
PTOT
Total Power Dissipation
−
1400
mW
VSUPx
Supply Voltage
−0.3
6
VSUPx
V
1)
V
VI
Input Voltage, all Inputs
−0.3
VSUPx+0.3
VO
Output Voltage, all Outputs
−0.3
VSUPx+0.31)
V
VIO
Input/Output Voltage, all Open Drain Outputs
−0.3
6
V
Refer to Pin Circuits (chapter 6.6. on page 157)
Stresses beyond those listed in the “Absolute Maximum Ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. This
is a stress rating only. Functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in
the “Recommended Operating Conditions/Characteristics” of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum ratings conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
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32JW-73E
VCT3834 (IC1001)
P35
P36
P34
P37
VSUPP3
GNDP3
P33
GNDD
VSUPD
HOUT
CLK20
VB0
VB1
P32
P31
P30
VB2
VB3
TEST
FBLIN
RIN
VB4
VB5
GIN
VB6
VB7
BIN
VPROT
SAFETY
HFLB
VERTQ
VBCLK
P20
96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65
64
97
P21
VERT
98
63
P22
EW
99
62
P23
SENSE
100
61
GNDP2
GNDM
101
60
VSUPP2
RSW1
102
59
P24
RSW2
103
58
P25
SVMOUT
104
57
P26
ROUT
105
56
P27
GOUT
106
55
DISINTROM
BOUT
107
54
VIN4
VSUPAB
108
53
VIN3
GNDAB
109
52
VIN2
VRD
110
51
VIN1
XREF
111
50
CIN2/CRIN
AIN3
112
49
CIN1
AIN2
113
48
CBIN
AIN1
114
47
VSUPAF
AOUT2
115
46
GNDAF
AOUT1
116
45
SGND
RESQ
117
44
VRT
SCL
118
43
VOUT
SDA
119
42
P10/VIN5
XTAL1
120
41
P11
XTAL2
121
40
P12
VSUPS
122
39
P13
GNDS
123
38
GNDP1
WE1Q
124
37
VSUPP1
WE2Q
125
36
P14
OE1Q
126
35
P15
OE2Q
127
34
P16
ADB18
128
1
33
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
P17
VCT 38xxA/B
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ADB17
VSUPADB
GNDADB
ADB16
ADB15
ADB14
ADB13
ADB12
ADB11
ADB10
ADB9
ADB8
ADB7
ADB6
ADB5
VSUPADB
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
GNDDB
VSUPDB
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0
ADB0
ADB1
ADB2
ADB3
ADB4
GNDADB
Fig. 6–4: PMQFP128 package
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32JW-73E
STV9380 (IC502)
PIN CONNECTION
20
-VCC
2
19
-VCC
3
18
-VCC
17
-VCCPOW
CFLY +
4
5
16
+ VCC POW
CFLY -
6
15
+VCC
BOOT
7
14
EAout
VREG
8
13
IN+
9
12
10
11
INSGND
-VCC
-VCC
-VCC
OUT
FEEDCAP
FREQ
1
1
PIN FUNCTIONS
Pin
Number
Name
1
-VCC
Negative supply
2
-VCC
Negative supply
3
-VCC
Negative supply
4
OUT
PWM Output
5
CFLY+
Flyback capacitor
6
CFLY-
Flyback capacitor
7
BOOT
Bootstrap capacitor
8
VREG
Internal voltage regulator
9
FEEDCAP
Function
Feed-back integrating capacitor
10
FREQ
Frequency setting resistor
11
SGND
Signal Ground
12
IN-
Error amplifier inverting input
13
IN+
Error amplifier non-inverting input
14
EA out
Error amplifier output
15
+VCC
Positive supply
16
+VCCPOW
17
-VccPOW
18
-VCC
Negative supply
19
-VCC
Negative supply
20
-VCC
Negative supply
Positive Power supply
Negative Power supply
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STV9380 (IC502)
Figure 1. Test and Application Circuit
+VCC
100nF
1000µF
100nF
15
-VCC
+VCC
16
+VCC power
STV9380
TDA9380
VREG
-VCC
8
Flyback
detection
Vref
100nF
Flyback
generator
CFLY+
5
6
CFLYBACK
100µF
CFLYBOOT
IN+
13
1kΩ
IN -
Output
drive
Modulator
_
12
Input signal
Cboot
220nF
7
+
OUT
4
EA out
1mH
150Ω
470nF
150Ω
14
10kΩ
1kΩ
Deflect.
Yoke*
200Ω
Pins 1,2,3,18,19,20
9
11
SGND
10
FEEDCAP
470pF
4.7nF
560pF
17
FREQ
10kΩ
-VCC
-VCC power
100nF
Sense
resistor
1000µF
0.5Ω
-VCC
* Deflection yoke characteristics: R = 5.5Ω, L = 7mH
fvert = 50Hz
5
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (refer to Figure 1 on page 3)
Tamb = 25°C unless otherwise specified, Vcc = ±12V, fvert=50Hz
Symbol
+Vcc
-Vcc
∆Vcc
Vccstart
Iq
Iy
I13, I12
Parameter
Positive supply range
Negative supply range
Maximum recommended difference
between +Vcc and – Vcc
Test Conditions
Min.
+10
-18
Low Vcc detection
Quiescent supply current
Maximum recommended vertical
yoke current
Input voltage = 0
Typ.
Max.
+18
-10
Units
V
V
±4
V
±6.5
V
14
mA
±1.25
Amplifier Input bias current
A
µA
-0.1
VOS
Output Offset voltage
Note 1
SVR
Supply voltage rejection
Flyback detection threshold
(positive slope)
Flyback detection threshold
(negative slope)
Integrated circuit
Dissipated power
Switching frequency
Switching frequency operative range
Note 2
82
dB
V(14)
1.5
V
V(14)
0.5
V
Note 3
1.1
W
Flythr
Fly thf
Pd
Fsw
Fsw - op
Rfreq
Frequency controller resistor range
-50
R freq = 10kΩ
Pin 10
+50
mV
120
100
140
160
200
kHz
kHz
7
10
14
kΩ
Note: 1
Input voltage = 0, measured after the filter (e.g. accross the 470 nF filter capacitor)
Note: 2
Supply rejection of the positive or negative power supply. Vcc ripple =1Vpp, f=100Hz, measured on the sense
resistor.
Note: 3
Power dissipated in the circuit in the case of the application from Figure 1 and the current in the deflection
yoke adjusted to 2.5App. The corresponding power dissipated in the vertical deflection yoke is 2.8W.
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32JW-73E
TEA1507 (IC701)
Block Diagram
idth
VCC
1
SUPPLY
MANAGEMENT
8
START-UP
CURRENT SOURCE
clamp
internal UVLO start
supply
GND
2
7
VALLEY
DRAIN
HVS
n.c.
M-level
S1
4
VOLTAGE
CONTROLLED
OSCILLATOR
LOGIC
DEM
100 mV
OVERVOLTAGE
PROTECTION
FREQUENCY
CONTROL
OVERTEMPERATURE
PROTECTION
CTRL
LOGIC
6
DRIVER
DRIVER
Iss
3
−1
LEB
POWER-ON
RESET
S
Q
R
Q
soft
start
S2
blank
UVLO
2.5 V
0.5 V
5
OCP
burst
detect
short
winding
MAXIMUM
ON-TIME
PROTECTION
TEA1507
0.75 V
OVERPOWER
PROTECTION
MGU230
PINNING
SYMBOL PIN
DESCRIPTION
VCC
1
supply voltage
GND
2
ground
CTRL
3
control input
DEM
4
input from auxiliary winding for
demagnetization timing, OVP and OPP
Isense
5
programmable current sense input
DRIVER
6
gate driver output
HVS
7
high voltage safety spacer, not
connected
DRAIN
8
drain of external MOS switch, input for
start-up current and valley sensing
handbook, halfpage
VCC 1
8 DRAIN
GND 2
7 HVS
TEA1507
CTRL 3
6 DRIVER
DEM 4
5 Isense
MGU231
Fig.3 Pin configuration.
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Isense
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TEA1507 (IC701)
CHARACTERISTICS
Tamb = 25 °C; VCC = 15 V; all voltages are measured with respect to ground (pin 2); currents are positive when flowing
into the IC; unless otherwise specified.
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN.
TYP. MAX. UNIT
VCC = 0 V; VDRAIN > 100 V
1.0
1.2
1.4
mA
with auxiliary supply;
VDRAIN > 100 V
−
100
300
µA
Start-up current source (pin 8)
Ii(DRAIN)
supply current drawn from drain pin
BVDSS
breakdown voltage
650
−
−
V
M-level
mains-dependent operation-enabling level
60
−
100
V
10.3
11
11.7
V
VCC management (pin 1)
VCC(start)
start-up voltage on VCC
VCC(UVLO)
under voltage lock-out on VCC
8.1
8.7
9.3
V
VCC(hys)
hysteresis voltage on VCC
VCC(start) − VCC(UVLO)
2.0
2.3
2.6
V
Ii(VCC)H
pin VCC charging current
VDRAIN > 100 V; VCC < 3V
−1.2
−1
−0.8
mA
Ii(VCC)L
pin VCC charging current
VDRAIN > 100 V;
3 V < VCC < VCC(UVLO)
−1.2
−0.75 −0.45 mA
IVCC(restart)
pin VCC restart current
VDRAIN > 100 V;
−650
VCC(UVLO) < VCC < VCC(start)
−550
−450
µA
ICC(operate)
supply current under normal operation
no load on pin DRIVER
1.1
1.3
1.5
mA
50
100
150
mV
0
nA
Demagnetization management (pin 4)
VDEM
demagnetization comparator threshold
voltage on pin DEM
IDEM
pin DEM current
VDEM = 50 mV
−50(1) −
Vclamp(DEM)(neg) negative clamp voltage on pin DEM
at IDEM = −150 µA
−0.5
−0.25 −0.05 V
Vclamp(DEM)(pos) positive clamp voltage on pin DEM
at IDEM = 250 µA
0.5
0.7
0.9
V
1.1
1.5
1.9
µs
−
tleb
−
ns
40
50
60
µs
tsuppr
suppression of transformer ringing at start
of secondary stroke
Pulse width modulator
ton(min)
minimum on-time
ton(max)
maximum on-time
latched
foscL
oscillator low frequency (fixed frequency)
VCTRL > 1.5 V
5
6.5
8
kHz
foscH
oscillator high frequency (fixed frequency) VCTRL < 1 V
145
175
205
kHz
Vvco(start)
peak voltage at pin Isense, where
frequency reduction starts
−
75
−
mV
Vvco(max)
peak voltage at pin Isense, where the
frequency is equal to foscL
−
50
−
mV
Oscillator
see Fig.6
Duty cycle control (pin 3)
VCTRL(min)
min. voltage on CTRL (max. duty cycle)
−
1.0
−
V
VCTRL(max)
max. voltage on CTRL (min. duty cycle)
−
1.5
−
V
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TEA1507 (IC701)
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN.
TYP. MAX. UNIT
3.3
3.8
4.3
V
Burst mode standby (pin 3)
Vth(burst)(on)
burst mode standby active threshold
voltage
at Iburst = 6 mA
Ith(burst)(on)
burst mode standby active current
16
−
−
mA
Ith(burst)(off)
burst mode standby inactive current
−
−
6
mA
t(burst-blank)
burst mode standby blanking time
25
30
35
µs
∆V/∆t for valley recognition
−85
−
+85
V/µs
delay from valley recognition to switch-on
−
150(1)
−
ns
Valley switch (pin 8)
∆V/∆tvalley
tvalley-swon
Current and short winding protection (pin 5)
Vsense(max)
maximum source voltage OCP
∆V/∆t = 0.1 V/µs
0.48
0.52
0.56
V
tpropagation
delay from detecting Vsense(max) to
switch-off
∆V/∆t = 0.5 V/µs
−
140
185
ns
Vswp
short winding protection voltage
0.83
0.88
0.96
V
tleb
blanking time for current and short
winding protection
300
370
440
ns
Iss
soft start current
45
60
75
µA
54
60
66
µA
Vsense < 0.5 V
Overvoltage protection (pin 4)
I(OVP)(DEM)
OVP protection level at pin 4, set by the
demagnetization resistor RDEM; see
Section “OverVoltage Protection (OVP)”
Overpower protection (pin 4)
I(OPP)(DEM)
OPP current at pin 4, start of OPP
correction. Set by the demagnetization
resistor RDEM; see Section “OverPower
Protection (OPP)”
−
−24
−
µA
I(OPP50%)(DEM)
OPP current at pin 4 where maximum
source voltage is limited to 0.3 V
−
−100
−
µA
−170
−88
mA
Driver (pin 6)
Isource
source current capability of driver
VCC = 9.5 V; VDRIVER = 2 V −
Isink
sink current capability of driver
VCC= 9.5 V; VDRIVER = 2 V
−
300
−
mA
VCC = 9.5 V;
VDRIVER = 9.5 V
400
700
−
mA
VCC > 12 V
−
11.5
12
V
Vo(driver)(max)
maximum output voltage of the driver
Temperature protection
Tprot(max)
maximum temperature threshold
130
140
150
°C
Tprot(hyst)
hysteresis temperature
−
8(1)
−
°C
Note
1. Guaranteed by design.
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DESCRIPTION OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
SAFETY NOTE:
1. DISCONNECT THE AC PLUG FROM THE AC
OUTLET BEFORE REPLACING PARTS.
2. SEMICONDUCTOR HEAT SINKS SHOULD
BE REGARDED AS POTENTIAL SHOCK HAZARDS WHEN THE CHASSIS IS OPERATING.
NOTE:
1. The unit of resistance « ohm »is omitted (K=1000
ohms. M= Megaohm).
2. All resistors are 1/8 watt. unless otherwise noted.
3. All capacitors are µF, unless otherwise noted
(P= µµF).
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE:
SERVICE PRECAUTION:
PARTS MARKED WITH « ! » (
)
ARE IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING THE
SAFETY OF THE SET. BE SURE TO REPLACE
THESE PARTS WITH SPECIFIED ONES FOR
MAINTAINING THE SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SET.
THE AREA ENCLOSED BY THIS LINE (
) IS
DIRECTLY CONNECTED WITH AC MAINS VOLTAGE.
WHEN SERVICING THE AREA, CONNECT AN ISOLATING TRANSFORMER BETWEEN TV RECEIVER
AND AC LINE TO ELIMINATE HAZARD OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK.
CAUTION
This circuit diagram is original one, therefore
there may be slight difference from yours.
Waveform Measurement Condition:
1. Test Equipment: DIGITAL SLPE LECROY.
2. Test Conditions: CH-12; COLOUR BARS; 70dB FROM RF INPUT
3. TV Condition: PICTURE AND AUDIO : SETTINGS ! FACTORY PRESETS
Waveform:
1
Pin1 Vp-p= 2.7V
2
Pin2 Vp-p= 2.7V
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3
Pin3 Vp-p= 2.8V
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Pin4 Vp-p= 100V
5
Pin5 Vp-p= 100V
6
Pin6 Vp-p= 100V
7
Pin7 Vp-p= 0.8V
8
Pin8 Vp-p= 225V
9
Pin9 Vp-p=1200V
10
Pin10 Vp-p= 0.4V
11
Pin11 Vp-p= 1.8V
12
Pin12 Vp-p= 0.5V
13
Pin13 Vp-p=5.6V
14
Pin14 Vp-p= 70V
15
Pin15 Vp-p= 2.00V
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16
Pin16 Vp-p= 9.2V
17
Pin17 Vp-p= 0.24V
18
Pin18 Vp-p= 9.6V
19
Pin19 Vp-p= 0.2V
20
Pin20 Vp-p= 9.2V
21
Pin21 Vp-p= 1.4V
22
Pin22 Vp-p= 1.4V
23
Pin23 Vp-p= 0.7V
24
Pin24 Vp-p= 500V
38
32JW-73E
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF CRT UNIT (FB218N2)
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SOURCE OF DOCUMENTATION
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TDA9885; TDA9886. I2C-bus controlled single/multistandard alignment-fee IF-PLL. Product specification.
2002 Mar 05.
http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/acrobat/datasheets/TDA9885_TDA9886_1.pdf
2. TDA 7480, ST Microelectronics Data Sheet:
TDA7480. 10W Mono Class D Amplifier. September 1998
http://us.st.com/stonline/books/pdf/docs/4839.pdf
3. MSP3410G, Micronas Data Sheet
Preliminary data sheet: “MSP 34x0G Multistandard Sound Processor Family with Virtual Dolby Surround”,
Edition March 5, 2001 (6251-476-4PD). Preliminary data sheet.
http://www.micronas.com/products/documentation/consumer/msp34x0g/index.php
4. VCT 3834, Micronas Data Sheet
Preliminary data sheet: “VCT 38xxA Video/Controller/Teletext IC Family”, Edition Jan. 8, 2002 (6251-5181PD).
http://www.micronas.com/products/documentation/consumer/vct38xxab/downloads/vct38xxab_1pd.pdf
5. STV 9380, ST Preliminary Data Sheet.
Class-D Vertical Deflection Amplifier for TV and Monitor Application.
Version 3.0. July 2001.
6. TEA 1507, Philips Data Sheet.
GreenChipTM// SMPS control IC. Preliminary specification. Edition 2000 Dec 05.
http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/acrobat/datasheets/TEA1507_1.pdf
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