Mitsubishi LCD1920NX Service manual

Mitsubishi LCD1920NX Service manual
PART NO. 599910603
SERVICE MANUAL
COLOR MONITOR
MultiSync LCD1920NX
MODELS LCD1920NX (A)/-BK(A)/(B)/-BK(B)
NEC-MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC VISUAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION
AUGUST 2002
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WARNING
The SERVICE PERSONNEL should have the appropriate technical training, knowledge and experience
necessary to:
• Be familiar with specialized test equipment, and
• Be careful to follow all safety procedures to minimize danger to themselves and their coworkers.
To avoid electrical shocks, this equipment should be used with an appropriate power cord.
This equipment utilized a micro-gap power switch. Turn off the set by first pushing power switch. Next,
remove the power cord from the AC outlet.
To prevent fire or shock hazards, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
This symbol warns the personnel that un-insulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient
magnitude to cause electric shock.
This symbol alerts the personnel that important literature concerning the operation and
maintenance of this unit has been included.
Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.
PRODUCT SAFETY CAUTION
1. When parts replacement is required for servicing, always use the manufacturer's specified replacement.
2. When replacing the component, always be certain that all the components are put back in the place.
3. As for a connector, pick and extract housing with fingers properly since a disconnection and improper
contacts may occur, when wires of the connector are led.
4. Use a proper screwdriver. If you use screwdriver that does not fit, you may damage the screws.
CONTENTS
Page No.
USER'S MANUAL ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-1
SERIAL NUMBER INFORMATION --------------------------------------------- 2-1
DISASSEMBLY ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-1
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES -------------------------------------------------- 4-1
INSPECTION --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-1
TROUBLE SHOOTING ------------------------------------------------------------- 6-1
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ----------------------------------------------------------- 7-1
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST --------------------------------------------------- 8-1
BLOCK DIAGRAM ------------------------------------------------------------------- 9-1
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS -------------------------------------------------------- 10-1
USER'S MANUAL
1. A Version
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MultiSync LCD1920NX
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Index
Warning .................................................................................................................... 1
Getting Started ..................................................................................................... 2
Adjusting the Monitor ......................................................................................... 3
Quick Installation ................................................................................................. 4
Operations .............................................................................................................. 6
OSD Main Menu .......................................................................................................7
Recommended Use .............................................................................................. 10
Specifications ....................................................................................................... 12
Features ................................................................................................................. 13
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................. 14
References ............................................................................................................. 15
Limited Warranty ................................................................................................. 16
TCO’95 ..................................................................................................................... 17
TCO’99 ..................................................................................................................... 19
Avertissement ..................................................................................................... 22
Pour vous aider à démarrer ............................................................................. 23
Régler le moniteur ............................................................................................. 24
Installation rapide .............................................................................................. 25
Fonctionnement .................................................................................................. 27
Menu principal OSD ............................................................................................ 28
Usage recommandé ............................................................................................ 31
Caractéristiques ................................................................................................. 33
Fonctions .............................................................................................................. 34
Dépannage ............................................................................................................ 35
Références ........................................................................................................... 36
Garantie limitée .................................................................................................. 37
TCO’95 .................................................................................................................... 38
TCO’99 .................................................................................................................... 40
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WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. ALSO, DO NOT USE
THIS UNIT'S POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLETS UNLESS THE PRONGS
CAN BE FULLY INSERTED.
REFRAIN FROM OPENING THE CABINET AS THERE ARE HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, MAKE SURE POWER CORD IS UNPLUGGED FROM
WALL SOCKET. TO FULLY DISENGAGE THE POWER TO THE UNIT, PLEASE DISCONNECT THE POWER
CORD FROM THE AC OUTLET.DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause
electric shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside this unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning the operation and maintenance of this
unit has been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.
Canadian Department of Communications Compliance Statement
DOC: This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
C-UL: Bears the C-UL Mark and is in compliance with Canadian Safety Regulations
according to CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 950.
FCC Information
1. Use the attached specified cables with the MultiSync LCD1920NX (L19GC061) color
monitor so as not to interfere with radio and television reception.
(1) Please use the supplied power cord or equivalent to ensure FCC compliance.
(2) Please use the supplied AC Adapter.
(3) Please use the supplied shielded video signal cable.
Use of other cables and adapters may cause interference with radio and television
reception.
2. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
• Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
If necessary, the user should contact the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission, helpful: ”How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference
Problems.“ This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,
D.C., 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
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Getting Started
Congratulations on your purchase of this LCD Monitor.
Please read this section carefully to get an instant understanding of
this product and its correct operations.
Important! Please keep the original carton and all packing materials for future
shipping needs.
Package Contents
Your LCD Monitor package includes the following items:
• 19” LCD Color Monitor
• Signal cable with 15 pin D-Sub connector
• AC Adapter
• Power cord
• User’s Manual
Unique Features
• 8-bit panel, supporting 16.7M true colors
• High brightness & high contrast, providing more vivid images
• Built-in both analog and digital interfaces
• TCO’99 and TCO’95 approved
• Composite sync compatibility
• Five languages in OSD (On Screen Display)
• 9-stage smoothing function
• Supports 19 sets of factory preset modes and 32 sets of user’s automatically
saved modes
• Wide Viewing Angle
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Adjusting the Monitor
Press down on the stand and gently adjust the monitor to a suitable
viewing angle (see Figure below). Please note that this monitor can
only be tilted forward to 5 degrees, backward to 20 degrees, and
swiveled 90 degrees left/right. To prevent damage to the monitor,
do not press the screen over its tolerant angles.
20°
90°
5°
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90°
Quick Installation
• Make sure the computer is turned off.
• Attach the female end of the power cord (Indication E) to the AC adapter
(Indication D), then plug the AC adapter connector to the power “DC-IN
(Indication A)” jack of the LCD monitor.
• When using a power cord, plug the male end into the wall socket.
• Plug one end of the 15 pin D-SUB signal cable (Indication F) in the “D-SUB”
video signal connector (Indication B) of LCD monitor. If using a digital signal,
plug one end of the 24 pin DVI-D signal cable (Indication G) in the “DVI-D”
video signal connector (Indication C) of LCD monitor.
• Turn on the computer.
• Turn on the LCD monitor.
• Before operating the monitor, please refer to page 6 “Operations” first.
Connector Cover
A
C
B
G
E
D
F
A.
B.
C.
D.
DC In
D-SUB
DVI-D
AC Adapter
E. Power Cord
F. D-SUB Signal Cable
G. DVI-D Signal Cable (not included)
NOTE : When operating this LCD monitor with an AC125-240V power source,
please refer to “Recommended Use” for proper power cord selection.
Use supplied AC adapter.
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Quick Installation –continued
Remove Monitor Stand for Mounting
To prepare the monitor for alternate mounting purposes:
Non-abrasive surface
1. Disconnect all cables.
2. Place monitor face down on a non-abrasive
surface (Figure R.1).
3. Remove the 4 screws connecting the monitor
to the stand and lift off the stand assembly
(Figure R.1). The monitor is now ready for
mounting in an alternate manner.
4. Connect the AC cord and signal cable to the
back of the monitor.
Figure R.1
5. Reverse this process to reattach stand.
NOTE: Use only VESA-compatible alternative mounting method.
6. This LCD monitor is designed for use with a flexible arm.
Please use the attached screws (4pcs) as shown in the picture when
installing.
To meet fhe safety requirements, the monitor must be mounted to an arm
which guaranties the necessary stability under consideration of the weight
of the monitor.
The LCD monitor shall only be used with an approved arm (e.g. GS mark).
Replace screws.
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Operations
To turn the monitor on or off, push the power button (Indication E) on the front of
the monitor. When the power light (Indication F) turns green, the LCD is ready to
use.
F
A
Function Keys
A. MENU
B
C
D
E
1. Press this button to turn on the OSD (On
Screen Display) main menu.
2. Press this button to activate selected items.
3. Press this button 2 seconds or more to turn off
the main menu.
B. [–]
1. To scroll down the menu.
2. To decrease the value of selected item.
C. [+]
1. To scroll up the menu.
2. To increase the value of selected item.
D. AUTO
Press this button to activate ”AUTO SYNC” function.
E. Power switch
Press this button to turn on/off the monitor.
F. Power LED
When the light is green, the power is on; amber
light is when the power is off or in power saving
mode.
Hot Keys
• Auto-Sync: Press the [AUTO] button to activate Auto Sync.
• Auto-Contrast: Press the [+] button to activate the Auto Contrast adjustment.
• Change Signal Input: Press the [–] button to change the signal input, “DVI” or
“D-SUB”.
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OSD Main Menu
For screen adjustments, press the [MENU] button to display the OSD (On-Screen Display)
Main Menu shown below. Press the [+] or [–] button to scroll up or down the menu to your
required options. Please note that the OSD will automatically turn off in 30 seconds
without any manipulation or by simply pressing the [MENU] button for 2 seconds.
CONTRAST: Adjusts the contrast level of the screen image. Under Main Menu,
select CONTRAST using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate
the function. Press the [+] button to increase contrast, [–] button to decrease
contrast. Press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
AUTO-CONTRAST: Automatically adjusts the contrast level of the screen image.
Press [+] or [–] button to select AUTO CONTRAST, then press [MENU] button to
activate AUTO CONTRAST.
VIDEO ANALOG/DIGITAL: Switches between analog and digital input signal.
Press [+] or [–] button to select VIDEO ANALOG or VIDEO DIGITAL, then press
[MENU] button to switch.
BRIGHTNESS: Adjusts the brightness level of the screen image. Under the Main
Menu, select BRIGHTNESS using [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to
activate the function. Press the [+] button to increase the brightness, [–] button to
decrease the brightness. Press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
COLOR Sub-Menu:
• Under the Main Menu, select COLOR using the [+] or [–] button, then press
[MENU] button to activate the COLOR Sub-Menu.
• Under the COLOR Sub-Menu, press [+] or [–] button to scroll up or down to your
desired preset color mode. Then press [MENU] to activate the mode.
• Choose user’s mode by adjusting R, G, B respectively. Press the [+] or [–] button
select R or G or B bar, then press [MENU] to activate the adjustment. Press the
[+] or [–] button to adjust the values, then press [MENU] button to save the value
and return to color Sub-Menu to adjust another color. After adjusting R, G, B
colors, press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select
MAIN MENU, then press [MENU] button to return to OSD Main Menu.
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OSD Main Menu –continued
LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu (Analog input only): Under the Main Menu,
select LCD ADJUST using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to enter
LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
PC/MAC: Switching between PC at 800X600 resolution and MAC at
832X624 resolution, using [+] or [–] button. Then press [MENU] to initiate
the switch between PC and MAC shown as above.
H SIZE: Adjusting the width of the screen image. Select H-SIZE, using [+] or
[–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press [+]
button to increase the width of the screen image, press [–] button to
decrease the width of the screen image shown below. Press [MENU] to
return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
H - POSITION: Moving the screen image to the right or left. Select H - POSITION
using the [+] or [–] button, then press the [MENU] button to activate the
function. Press [+] button to move the screen to the right, [–] button to move
to the left. Press [MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
V - POSITION: Moving the screen image up or down. Select V - POSITION
using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] to activate the function.
Press [+] button to move the screen image up, [–] button to move down.
Press [MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
FINE TUNE: Aligning the performance slightly. Select FINE TUNE using the
[+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press [+]
or [–] button until the screen image looks crisp, sharp and focused. Press
[MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
AUTO-SYNC: Automatically adjusts the image to the best performance.
Press [+] or [–] button to select AUTO SYNC, then press [MENU] button to
activate AUTO SYNC.
NOTE: • When setting up this monitor for the first time, perform
AUTO-SYNC before use.
• To perform AUTO-SYNC, first display an image that makes the
entire screen very bright.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select
MAIN MENU, then press [MENU] button to return to OSD Main Menu.
LANGUAGE: Selecting preferred language used in the OSD menus. Under Main
Menu, scroll to Language using [+] or [–] button, then press[MENU] button to
activate the function. Press [+] or [–] button to choose preferred Language, then
press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select
MAIN MENU, then press [MENU] button to return to OSD Main Menu.
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OSD Main Menu –continued
MISC Sub-Menu
Under the Main Menu, select MISC using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to
enter MISC Sub-Menu.
RESOLUTION NOTIFIER: This optimal resolution is 1280 x 1024. If ON is
selected, a message will appear on the screen after 30 seconds, notifying
you that the resolution is not at 1280 x 1024.
H-OSD POSITION: Moves the OSD position on the screen to the right or
left. Select H-OSD POSITION using [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU]
button to activate the function. Press the [+] button to move the OSD position
to the right, [–] button to move left. Then press [MENU] to return to MISC
Sub-Menu.
V-OSD POSITION: Moves the OSD position on the screen up or down.
Select V-OSD POSITION using [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button
to activate the function. Press the [+] button to move the OSD position up,
[–] button to move down. Then press [MENU] to return to MISC Sub-Menu.
SMOOTHING: Makes the displayed texts smooth. Select SMOOTHING
using [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function.
Press [+] or [–] button and adjust to your liking. Press [MENU] button to
return to MISC Sub-Menu.
INVISIBLE: Activates the OSD background to be invisible. Select INVISIBLE
using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to select either On or
Off option.
INFORMATION: Displays the timing mode (video signal input) coming
from the graphics card in the computer. Select INFORMATION using the [+] or
[–] button, then press [MENU] to display the mode. Then press [MENU]
button to return to MISC Sub-Menu.
RECALL: Returns the adjustments back to factory settings if the monitor is
not operating at its original factory settings. Select RECALL using the [+]
or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to reset the settings.
MAIN MENU: Returns to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select
MAIN MENU, then press [MENU] button to return to OSD Main Menu.
EXIT: Turns off the OSD. Select EXIT using the [+] or [–] button, then press
[MENU] to exit the OSD.
OSD Warning
NO SIGNAL: This function gives a warning when there is no signal present. After
power is turned on or when there is a change of input signal or video is inactive,
the No Signal window will appear.
RESOLUTION NOTIFIER: This function gives a warning of use with optimized
resolution. After power is turned on or when there is a change of input signal or
the video signal doesn’t have proper resolution, the Resolution Notifier window
will open. This function can be disabled in the MISC Sub-menu.
OUT OF RANGE: This function gives a recommendation of the optimized resolution and refresh rate. After the power is turned on or there is a change of input
signal or the video signal doesn’t have proper timing, the Out Of Range menu
will appear.
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Recommended Use
Safety Precautions and Maintenance
FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE, PLEASE NOTE THE
FOLLOWING WHEN SETTING UP AND USING
THE MULTISYNC® LCD COLOR MONITOR:
• DO NOT OPEN THE MONITOR. There are no user serviceable parts inside and
opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous shock hazards or other
risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Do not spill any liquids into the cabinet or use your monitor near water.
• Do not insert objects of any kind into the cabinet slots, as they may touch dangerous
voltage points, which can be harmful or fatal or may cause electric shock, fire or
equipment failure.
• Do not place any heavy objects on the power cord. Damage to the cord may cause
shock or fire.
• Do not place this product on a sloping or unstable cart, stand or table, as the monitor
may fall, causing serious damage to the monitor.
• When operating the MultiSync LCD monitor with its AC 125-240V power source, use a
power supply cord that matches the power supply voltage of the AC power outlet being
used. The power supply cord you use must have been approved by and comply with
the safety standards of your country. (Type H05VV-F should be used in Europe)
• In UK, use a BS-approved power cord with molded plug having a black (5A) fuse installed
for use with this monitor. If a power cord is not supplied with this monitor, please contact
your supplier.
• Use supplied AC Adapter. Do not place any objects onto the AC Adapter and do not
use the AC Adapter outdoors.
• Do not place any objects onto the monitor and do not use the monitor outdoors.
• The inside of the flourescent tube located within the LCD monitor contains mercury.
Please follow the bylaws or rules of your municipality to dispose of the tube properly.
Immediately unplug your monitor from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
• When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
• If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the monitor.
• If the monitor has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the monitor has been dropped or the cabinet damaged.
• If the monitor does not operate normally by following operating instructions.
• Do not bend power cord.
• Do not use monitor in high temperatured, humid, dusty, or oily areas.
• If glass is broken, handle with care.
• Do not cover vent on monitor.
• If monitor or glass is broken, do not come in contact with the liquid crystal and handle
with care.
CAUTION
• Allow adequate ventilation around the monitor so that heat can properly
dissipate. Do not block ventilated openings or place the monitor near a
radiator or other heat sources. Do not put anything on top of monitor.
• The power cable connector is the primary means of detaching the system
from the power supply. The monitor should be installed close to a power
outlet which is easily accessible.
• Handle with care when transporting. Save packaging for transporting.
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Recommended Use –continued
CORRECT PLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE MONITOR
CAN REDUCE EYE, SHOULDER AND NECK FATIGUE. CHECK THE
FOLLOWING WHEN YOU POSITION THE MONITOR:
• For optimum performance, allow 20 minutes for
warm-up.
• Adjust the monitor height so that the top of the
screen is at or slightly below eye level. Your eyes
should look slightly downward when viewing the
middle of the screen.
• Position your monitor no closer than 16 inches
and no further away than 28 inches from your
eyes. The optimal distance is 21 inches.
• Rest your eyes periodically by focusing on an
object at least 20 feet away. Blink often.
• Position the monitor at a 90° angle to windows and other light sources to
minimize glare and reflections. Adjust the monitor tilt so that ceiling lights do
not reflect on your screen.
• If reflected light makes it hard for you to see your screen, use an anti-glare filter.
• Clean the LCD monitor surface with a lint-free, non-abrasive cloth. Avoid using
any cleaning solution or glass cleaner!
• Adjust the monitor’s brightness and contrast controls to enhance readability.
• Use a document holder placed close to the screen.
• Position whatever you are looking at most of the time (the screen or
reference material) directly in front of you to minimize turning your head
while you are typing.
• Avoid displaying fixed patterns on the monitor for long periods of time to avoid
image persistence (after-image effects).
• Get regular eye checkups.
Ergonomics
To realize the maximum ergonomics benefits, we recommend the following:
• Adjust the Brightness until the background raster disappears
• Do not position the Contrast control to its maximum setting
• Use the preset Size and Position controls with standard signals
• Use the preset Color Setting
• Use non-interlaced signals with a vertical refresh rate between 60-75Hz
• Do not use primary color blue on a dark background, as it is difficult to see and
may produce eye fatigue to insufficient contrast
For more detailed information on setting up a healthy work environment, call NEC
at (800) 632-4662, NEC FastFacts™ information at (800) 366-0476 and request
document #900108 or write the American National Standard for Human Factors
Engineering of Visual Display Terminal Workstations – ANSI-HFS Standard
No. 100-1988 – The Human Factors Society, Inc. P.O. Box 1369, Santa Monica,
California 90406.
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Specifications
Monitor
Specifications
LCD
Maximum
Viewing Angles
Input Signal
Compatibility
Resolution
Power
Connector
Display Area
Operating
Conditions
Storage
Conditions
Dimensions
Weight
Power State
MultiSync® LCD1920NX™
Monitor
Size
Type
Color Filter
Glass surface
Left/right
Up/Down
Video Sync
PC
Macintosh®
Primary Mode
Voltage
Input Signal
Full screen
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Physical
Net
Gross
Power On
Power Off
19.0" (full 19.0" viewable diagonal area)
TFT (Thin Film Transistor), Active Matrix Panel
0.294mm pixel pitch
RGB Vertical Stripe
Anti-Glare
85°/85°
85°/85°
RGB Analog (0.7/1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms)
DVI-D (100 ohms)
Separate Sync, Composite Sync
Fh: 31.5-80 kHz, Fv: 56-75 Hz
Up to 1280 x 1024 Non-interlaced (NI)
Up to 1280 x 1024 Non-interlaced (NI)
VESA 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz
AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz
Analog: 15 pin D-sub Connector
Digital: 24 pin DVI-D Connector
376.3 mm (H) x 301.1 mm (V)
41 F to 95 F (5 °C to 35 °C)
10% to 80% (non-condensing)
to 10,000 feet (3,000m)
14 F to +140 F (-10 °C to +60 °C)
10% to 85% (non-condensing)
to 40,000 feet (12,000m)
434.5 mm (W) x 205.0 mm (D) x 423.0 mm (H)
17.1 inches (W) x 8.1 inches (D) x 16.7 inches (H)
8.0 kg (17.6 lbs)
11.0 kg (24.3 lbs)
<60W (green LED)
<3W (amber LED)
• All products and trademarks are brand names of their respective companies.
• Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Features
Reduced Footprint: Provides the ideal solution for environments requiring
superior image quality but with size and weight limitations. The monitor’s small
footprint and low weight allow it to be moved or transported easily from one
location to another.
AccuColor® Control Systems: Allows you to adjust the colors on your screen and
customize the color accuracy of your monitor to a variety of standards.
OSD (On-Screen Display) Controls: Allow you to quickly and easily adjust all
elements of your screen image via simple to use on-screen menus.
No-touch Auto Adjust: No-touch auto adjust automatically adjusts the monitor to
optimal settings upon initial setup.
ErgoDesign® Features: Enhance human ergonomics to improve the working
environment, protect the health of the user and save money. Examples include
OSD controls for quick and easy image adjustments, tilt base for preferred angle
of vision, small footprint and compliance with MPRII and TCO guidelines for
lower emissions.
Plug and Play: The Microsoft® solution with the Windows® 95/98/Me/2000/XP
operating system facilitates setup and installation by allowing the monitor to send
its capabilities (such as screen size and resolutions supported) directly to your
computer, automatically optimizing display performance.
IPM™ (Intelligent Power Manager) System: Provides innovative power-saving
methods that allow the monitor to shift to a lower power consumption level when
on but not in use, saving two-thirds of your monitor energy costs, reducing
emissions and lowering the air conditioning costs of the workplace.
Multiple Frequency Technology: Automatically adjusts monitor to the display
card’s scanning frequency, thus displaying the resolution required.
FullScan™ Capability: Allows you to use the entire screen area in most resolutions,
significantly expanding image size.
VESA Standard Mounting Interface: Allows users to connect their MultiSync®
monitor to any VESA standard third party mounting arm or bracket. Allows for
the monitor to be mounted on a wall or an arm using any third party compliant
device.
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Troubleshooting
No picture
• The signal cable should be completely connected to the display card/computer.
• The display card should be completely seated in its slot.
• Front Power Switch and computer power switch should be in the ON position.
• Check the LED of AC adapter is ON.
• Check to make sure that a supported mode has been selected on the display card
or system being used. (Please consult display card or system manual to change
graphics mode.)
• Check the monitor and your display card with respect to compatibility and
recommended settings.
• Check the signal cable connector for bent or pushed-in pins.
Power Button does not respond
• Unplug the power cord of the monitor from the AC outlet to turn off and reset the monitor.
Image persistence
• Image persistence is when a “ghost” of an image remains on the screen even after
the monitor has been turned off. Unlike CRT monitors, LCD monitors’ image
persistence is not permanent. To alleviate image persistence, turn the monitor off
for as long as an image was displayed. If an image was on the monitor for one
hour and a ”ghost” of that image remains, the monitor should be turned off for one
hour to erase the image.
NOTE: As with all personal display devices, NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America
recommends using a screen saver at regular intervals whenever the screen is idle.
Image is unstable, unfocused or swimming is apparent
• Signal cable should be completely attached to the computer.
• Use the OSD Image Adjust controls to focus and adjust display by increasing or
decreasing the fine total. When the display mode is changed, the OSD Image
Adjust settings may need to be re-adjusted.
• Check the monitor and your display card with respect to compatibility
and recommended signal timings.
• If your text is garbled, change the video mode to non-interlace and use 60Hz
refresh rate.
LED
•
•
•
on monitor is not lit (no green or amber color can be seen)
Power Switch should be in the ON position and power cord should be connected.
Check the LED of AC adapter is ON.
Make certain the computer is not in a power-saving mode (touch the keyboard or mouse).
Display image is not sized properly
• Use the OSD Image Adjust controls to increase or decrease the Coarse total.
• Check to make sure that a supported mode has been selected on the display card
or system being used. (Please consult display card or system manual to change
graphics mode.)
Selected resolution is not displayed properly
• Use OSD Display Mode to enter Information menu and confirm that the
appropriate resolution has been selected. If not, select corresponding option.
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References
• BBS
(978) 742-8706
NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America Remote Bulletin Board System is
an electronic service accessible with your system and a modem. Communication parameters are: 300/1200/2400/9600/14.4k/28.8k/33.6k bps, no
parity, 8-data bits, 1 stop bit
• Customer Service/
Technical Support
Fax
• Electronic Channels:
Internet e-mail:
Internet ftp site:
World Wide Web:
Product Registration:
European Operations:
Windows® 95/98/Me/2000/XP INF File:
• FastFacts™ Information
(800) 632-4662
(978) 742-7049
[email protected]
ftp.necmitsubishi.com
http://www.necmitsubishi.com
http://www.necmitsubishi.com/productregistration
http://www.nec-mitsubishi.com
http://support.necmitsubishi.com/software.htm
then download the file NECMSINF.ZIP
(800) 366-0476
INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
DOCUMENT #
Glossary
Definition of terms related
to functions, features and
installation of the
MultiSync® monitor
900203
More Information
Names and addresses of
other groups involved in
standards and features of
the MultiSync monitor
900204
Macintosh Connection
Detailed information on
connecting the MultiSync
monitor to a Macintosh
153006
Healthy Work Environment
Detailed information on
setting up a healthy work
environment
900108
• Literature & Sales Info
(800) NEC-INFO [(800) 632-4636]
• MultiSync Fulfillment
(800) 632-4662
[For software & accessories]
• TeleSales
(800) 284-4484
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Limited Warranty
NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America, Inc. (hereinafter “NMD-A”) warrants this
Product to be free from defects in material and workmanship and, subject to the conditions set
forth below, agrees to repair or replace (at NMD-A’s sole option) any part of the enclosed unit
which proves defective for a period of three (3) years from the date of first consumer purchase.
Spare parts are warranted for ninety (90) days. Replacement parts or unit may be new or
refurbished and will meet specifications of the original parts or unit.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which vary
from state to state. This warranty is limited to the original purchaser of the Product and is not
transferable. This warranty covers only NMD-A-supplied components. Service required as a
result of third party components is not covered under this warranty. In order to be covered
under this warranty, the Product must have been purchased in the U.S.A. or Canada by the
original purchaser. This warranty only covers Product distribution in the U.S.A. or Canada by
NMD-A No warranty service is provided outside of the U.S.A. or Canada. Proof of Purchase
will be required by NMD-A to substantiate date of purchase. Such proof of purchase must be
an original bill of sale or receipt containing name and address of seller, purchaser, and the
serial number of the product.
It shall be your obligation and expense to have the Product shipped, freight prepaid, or
delivered to the authorized reseller from whom it was purchased or other facility authorized
by NMD-A to render the services provided hereunder in either the original package or a
similar package affording an equal degree of protection. All Products returned to NMD-A for
service MUST have prior approval, which may be obtained by calling 1-800-632-4662. The
Product shall not have been previously altered, repaired, or serviced by anyone other than a
service facility authorized by NMD-A to render such service, the serial number of the product
shall not have been altered or removed. In order to be covered by this warranty the Product
shall not have been subjected to displaying of fixed images for long periods of time resulting
in image persistence (afterimage effects), accident, misuse or abuse or operated contrary to
the instructions contained in the User’s Manual. Any such conditions will void this warranty.
NMD-A SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
OR OTHER TYPES OF DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF ANY NMD-A PRODUCT
OTHER THAN THE LIABILITY STATED ABOVE. THESE WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR THE
LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
This Product is warranted in accordance with the terms of this limited warranty. Consumers
are cautioned that Product performance is affected by system configuration, software, the
application, customer data, and operator control of the system, among other factors. While
NMD-A Products are considered to be compatible with many systems, specific functional
implementation by the customers of the Product may vary. Therefore, suitability of a Product
for a specific purpose or application must be determined by consumer and is not warranted
by NMD-A.
For the name of your nearest authorized NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display service facility,
contact NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America at 1-800-632-4662.
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TCO’95
MultiSync LCD1920NX (L19GC061) Black Model
Congratulations! You have just purchased a TCO’95 approved and
labeled product! Your choice has provided you with a product developed
for professional use. Your purchase has also contributed to reducing the
burden on the environment and also, to the further development of
environmentally adapted electronics products.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an established method for encouraging the adaptation of goods and services to the environment. The main problem, as far as
computers and other electronics equipment are concerned, is that environmentally harmful
substances are used both in the products and during the manufacturing. Since it has not been
possible for the majority of electronics equipment to be recycled in a satisfactory way, most
of these potentially damaging substances sooner or later enter Nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy consumption levels, that are
important from the viewpoints of both the work (Internal) and natural (external) environments.
Since all methods of conventional electricity generation have a negative effect on the
environment (acidic and climate-influencing emissions, radioactive waste, etc.), it is vital to
conserve energy. Electronics equipment in offices consume an enormous amount of energy
since they are often left running continuously.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’95 scheme which provides for international
and environmental labelling of personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed as
a joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees),
Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and NUTEK (The
National Board for Industrial and Technical Development in Sweden).
The requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission
of electrical and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands concern restrictions on the presence and use of heavy metals,
brominated and chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among
other things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer is obliged to
have an environmental plan which must be adhered to in each country where the company
implements its operational policy. The energy requirements include a demand that the
computer and/or display, after a certain period of inactivity, shall reduce its power
consumption to a lower level in one or more stages. The length of time to reactivate the
computer shall be reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for example, in respect of the
reduction of electric and magnetic fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
TCO’95 is a co-operative project between TCO (The Swedish Confederation of Professional
Employees), Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and
NUTEK (The National Board for Industrial and Technical Development in Sweden).
Environmental Requirements
Brominated flame retardants
Brominated flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and
housings. In turn, they delay the spread of fire. Up to thirty percent of the plastic in a computer
casing can consist of flame retardant substances. These are related to another group of
environmental toxins, PCBs, which are suspected to give rise to similar harm, including
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TCO’95 –continued
reproductive damage in fisheating birds and mammals, due to the bio-accumulative*
processes. Flame retardants have been found in human blood and researchers fear that
disturbances in foetus development may occur.
TCO’95 demand requires that plastic components weighing more than 25 grams must not
contain organically bound chlorine and bromine.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and capacitors. Lead damages
the nervous system and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning.
TCO’95 requirement permits the inclusion of lead since no replacement has yet been
developed.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the colourgenerating layers of certain
computer displays. Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO’95 requirement states that batteries may not contain more than 25 ppm (parts per million)
of cadmium. The colourgenerating layers of display screens must not contain any cadmium.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays, switches, and back-light systems, Mercury
damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO’95 requirement states that batteries may not contain more than 25 ppm (parts per million)
of mercury. It also demands that no mercury is present in any of the electrical or electronics
components concerned with the display unit, except the back-light system.
CFCs (freons)
CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed circuit boards and in the manufacturing
of expanded foam for packaging. CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the ozone
layer in the stratosphere, causing increased reception on Earth of ultraviolet light with
consequent increased risks of skin cancer (malignant melanoma).
The relevant TCO’95 requirement; Neither CFCs nor HCFCs may be used during the
manufacturing of the product or its packaging.
*Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate within living organisms.
**Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which are Bio-accumulative.
To obtain complete information on the environmental criteria document, order from:
TCO Development Unit
SE-114 94 Stockholm
SWEDEN
FAX Number: +46 8 782 92 07
E-mail (Internet): [email protected]
You may also obtain current information on TCO’95 approved and labelled products
by visiting their website at: http://www.tco-info.com/
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TCO’99
MultiSync LCD1920NX (L19GC061) White Model
Congratulations! You have just purchased a TCO’99 approved and
labeled product! Your choice has provided you with a product developed for professional use. Your purchase has also contributed to
reducing the burden on the environment and also to the further
development of environmentally adapted electronics products.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an established method for encouraging the adaptation of goods and services to the environment. The main problem, as far as
computers and other electronics equipment are concerned, is that environmentally harmful
substances are used both in the products and during the manufacturing. Since it has not been
possible for the majority of electronics equipment to be recycled in a satisfactory way, most
of these potentially damaging substances sooner or later enter Nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy consumption levels, that are
important from the viewpoints of both the work (Internal) and natural (external) environments.
Since all methods of conventional electricity generation have a negative effect on the
environment (acidic and climate-influencing emissions, radioactive waste, etc.), it is vital to
conserve energy. Electronics equipment in offices consume an enormous amount of energy
since they are often left running continuously.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’99 scheme which provides for international and
environmental labelling of personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed as a joint
effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees), Svenska
Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and Statens Energimyndighet
(The Swedish National Energy Administration).
The requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of
electrical and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands concern restrictions on the presence and use of heavy metals,
brominated and chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among other
things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer is obliged to have an
environmental plan which must be adhered to in each country where the company implements its
operational policy. The energy requirements include a demand that the computer and/or display,
after a certain period of inactivity, shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in one or
more stages. The length of time to reactivate the computer shall be reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for example, in respect of the reduction
of electric and magnetic fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
Environmental Requirements
Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and housings. In turn,
they delay the spread of fire. Up to thirty percent of the plastic in a computer casing can consist of
flame retardant substances. Most flame retardants contain bromine or chloride and these are
related to another group of environmental toxins, PCBs, which are suspected to give rise to severe
health effects, including reproductive damage in fisheating birds and mammals, due to the bio19
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TCO’99 –continued
accumulative* processes. Flame retardants have been found in human blood and researchers fear
that disturbances in foetus development may occur.
TCO’99 demand requires that plastic components weighing more than 25 grams must not contain
flame retardants with organically bound chlorine and bromine. Flame retardants are allowed in
the printed circuit boards since no substitutes are available.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and capacitors. Lead damages the
nervous system and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning.
TCO’99 requirement permits the inclusion of lead since no replacement has yet been developed.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the colourgenerating layers of certain
computer displays. Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO’99 requirement states that batteries, the colourgenerating layers of display screens and the
electrical or electronics components must not contain any cadmium.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches, Mercury damages the nervous system
and is toxic in high doses.
TCO’99 requirement states that batteries may not contain any Mercury. It also demands that no
mercury is present in any of the electrical or electronics components associated with the display unit.
CFCs (freons)
CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed circuit boards. CFCs break down ozone and
thereby damage the ozone layer in the stratosphere, causing increased reception on Earth of
ultraviolet light with consequent increased risks of skin cancer (malignant melanoma).
The relevant TCO’99 requirement; Neither CFCs nor HCFCs may be used during the manufacturing
and assembly of the product or its packaging.
*Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate within living organisms.
**Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which are Bio-accumulative.
To obtain complete information on the environmental criteria document, order from:
TCO Development Unit
SE-114 94 Stockholm
SWEDEN
FAX Number: +46 8 782 92 07
E-mail (Internet): [email protected]
You may also obtain current information on TCO’99 approved and labelled products by
visiting their website at: http://www.tco-info.com/
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Declaration of the Manufacturer
We hereby certify that the color monitor
MultiSync® LCD1920NX (L19GC061)
is in compliance with
Council Directive 73/23/EEC:
– EN 60950
Council Directive 89/336/EEC:
– EN 55022
– EN 61000-3-2
– EN 61000-3-3
– EN 55024
and marked with
NEC-Mitsubishi Electric Visual
Systems Corporation
4-13-23, Shibaura,
Minato-Ku
Tokyo 108-0023, Japan
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2. B Version
MultiSync LCD1920NX
User’s Manual
UÏivatelská pfiíruãka
Bedienerhandbuch
Οδηγίες Χρήσης
Manual del usuario
Manuel Utilisateur
Manuale utente
Gebruikershandleiding
Podr´cznik u˝ytkownika
Руководство пользователя
Kullan∂c∂ Klavuzu
1-24
Canadian Department of Communications Compliance Statement
DOC: This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
C-UL: Bears the C-UL Mark and is in compliance with Canadian Safety Regulations according to CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 950.
FCC Information
1. Use the attached specified cables with the MultiSync LCD1920NX (L19GC061) color monitor so as not to interfere with radio and
television reception.
(1) Please use the supplied power cord or equivalent to ensure FCC compliance.
(2) Please use the supplied AC Adapter.
(3) Please use the supplied shielded video signal cable.
Use of other cables and adapters may cause interference with radio and television reception.
2. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
If necessary, the user should contact the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The user
may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve RadioTV Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402, Stock No.
004-000-00345-4.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions. (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
U.S. Responsible Party:
Address:
Tel. No.:
NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America, Inc.
1250 North Arlington Heights Road, Suite 500
Itasca, Illinois 60143-1248
(630) 467-3000
Type of Product:
Computer Monitor
Equipment Classification:
Class B Peripheral
Model:
MultiSync LCD1920NX
We hereby declare that the equipment specified above
conforms to the technical standards as specified in the FCC Rules.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. NEC is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation. ENERGY STAR
is a U.S. registered trademark. All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America has determined that this product meets the
Energy Star guidelenes for energy efficiency. The ENERGY STAR emblem does not represent EPA endorsement of any product
or service.
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TCO’95
MultiSync LCD1920NX Black Model
Congratulations! You have just purchased a TCO’95
approved and labeled product! Your choice has
provided you with a product developed for
professional use. Your purchase has also contributed
to reducing the burden on the environment and also,
to the further development of environmentally
adapted electronics products.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
TCO’95 demand requires that plastic components weighing more
than 25 grams must not contain organically bound chlorine and
bromine.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and
capacitors. Lead damages the nervous system and in higher
doses, causes lead poisoning.
TCO’95 requirement permits the inclusion of lead since no
replacement has yet been developed.
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an
established method for encouraging the adaptation of goods and
services to the environment. The main problem, as far as
computers and other electronics equipment are concerned, is that
environmentally harmful substances are used both in the products
and during the manufacturing. Since it has not been possible for
the majority of electronics equipment to be recycled in a
satisfactory way, most of these potentially damaging substances
sooner or later enter Nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as
energy consumption levels, that are important from the viewpoints
of both the work (Internal) and natural (external) environments.
Since all methods of conventional electricity generation have a
negative effect on the environment (acidic and climate-influencing
emissions, radioactive waste, etc.), it is vital to conserve energy.
Electronics equipment in offices consume an enormous amount
of energy since they are often left running continuously.
Cadmium**
What does labelling involve?
CFCs (freons)
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’95 scheme
which provides for international and environmental labelling of
personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed as a
joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of
Professional Employees), Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish
Society for Nature Conservation) and NUTEK (The National Board
for Industrial and Technical Development in Sweden).
The requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment,
ergonomics, usability, emission of electrical and magnetic fields,
energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands concern restrictions on the presence
and use of heavy metals, brominated and chlorinated flame
retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among other
things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the
manufacturer is obliged to have an environmental plan which must
be adhered to in each country where the company implements its
operational policy. The energy requirements include a demand
that the computer and/or display, after a certain period of
inactivity, shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in
one or more stages. The length of time to reactivate the computer
shall be reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for
example, in respect of the reduction of electric and magnetic
fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
TCO’95 is a co-operative project between TCO (The Swedish
Confederation of Professional Employees),
Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish Society for Nature
Conservation) and NUTEK (The National Board for Industrial and
Technical Development in Sweden).
CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed circuit
boards and in the manufacturing of expanded foam for packaging.
CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the ozone layer in
the stratosphere, causing increased reception on Earth of
ultraviolet light with consequent increased risks of skin cancer
(malignant melanoma).
The relevant TCO’95 requirement; Neither CFCs nor HCFCs may
be used during the manufacturing of the product or its packaging.
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the
colourgenerating layers of certain computer displays. Cadmium
damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO’95 requirement states that batteries may not contain more
than 25 ppm (parts per million) of cadmium. The colourgenerating
layers of display screens must not contain any cadmium.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays, switches, and
back-light systems, Mercury damages the nervous system and is
toxic in high doses.
TCO’95 requirement states that batteries may not contain more
than 25 ppm (parts per million) of mercury. It also demands that
no mercury is present in any of the electrical or electronics
components concerned with the display unit, except the back-light
system.
*Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate
within living organisms.
**Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which are
Bio-accumulative.
To obtain complete information on the environmental criteria
document, order from:
TCO Development Unit
SE-114 94 Stockholm
SWEDEN
FAX Number: +46 8 782 92 07
E-mail (Internet): [email protected]
You may also obtain current information on TCO’95 approved
and labelled products by visiting their website at:
http://www.tco-info.com/
Environmental Requirements
Brominated flame retardants
Brominated flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards,
cables, wires, casings and housings. In turn, they delay the
spread of fire. Up to thirty percent of the plastic in a computer
casing can consist of flame retardant substances. These are
related to another group of environmental toxins, PCBs, which are
suspected to give rise to similar harm, including reproductive
damage in fisheating birds and mammals, due to the bioaccumulative* processes. Flame retardants have been found in
human blood and researchers fear that disturbances in foetus
development may occur.
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TCO’99
MultiSync LCD1920NX White Model
Lead**
Congratulations! You have just purchased a
TCO’99 approved and labeled product! Your choice
has provided you with a product developed for
professional use. Your purchase has also
contributed to reducing the burden on the
environment and also to the further development of
environmentally adapted electronics products.
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and
capacitors. Lead damages the nervous system and in higher
doses, causes lead poisoning.
TCO’99 requirement permits the inclusion of lead since no
replacement has yet been developed.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the
colourgenerating layers of certain computer displays. Cadmium
damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses.
TCO’99 requirement states that batteries, the colourgenerating
layers of display screens and the electrical or electronics
components must not contain any cadmium.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an
established method for encouraging the adaptation of goods and
services to the environment. The main problem, as far as
computers and other electronics equipment are concerned, is that
environmentally harmful substances are used both in the products
and during the manufacturing. Since it has not been possible for
the majority of electronics equipment to be recycled in a
satisfactory way, most of these potentially damaging substances
sooner or later enter Nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy
consumption levels, that are important from the viewpoints of both
the work (Internal) and natural (external) environments. Since all
methods of conventional electricity generation have a negative
effect on the environment (acidic and climate-influencing
emissions, radioactive waste, etc.), it is vital to conserve energy.
Electronics equipment in offices consume an enormous amount
of energy since they are often left running continuously.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches,
Mercury damages the nervous system and is toxic in high
doses.
TCO’99 requirement states that batteries may not contain any
Mercury. It also demands that no mercury is present in any of
the electrical or electronics components associated with the
display unit.
CFCs (freons)
CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed circuit
boards. CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the ozone
layer in the stratosphere, causing increased reception on Earth
of ultraviolet light with consequent increased risks of skin cancer
(malignant melanoma).
The relevant TCO’99 requirement; Neither CFCs nor HCFCs
may be used during the manufacturing and assembly of the
product or its packaging.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’99 scheme
which provides for international and environmental labelling of
personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed as a
joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of Professional
Employees), Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish
Society for Nature Conservation) and Statens Energimyndighet
(The Swedish National Energy Administration).
The requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment,
ergonomics, usability, emission of electrical and magnetic fields,
energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands concern restrictions on the presence
and use of heavy metals, brominated and chlorinated flame
retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among other
things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the
manufacturer is obliged to have an environmental plan which must
be adhered to in each country where the company implements its
operational policy. The energy requirements include a demand that
the computer and/or display, after a certain period of inactivity,
shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in one or more
stages. The length of time to reactivate the computer shall be
reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for
example, in respect of the reduction of electric and magnetic fields,
physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
*Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate
within living organisms.
**Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which are
Bio-accumulative.
To obtain complete information on the environmental criteria
document, order from:
TCO Development Unit
SE-114 94 Stockholm
SWEDEN
FAX Number: +46 8 782 92 07
E-mail (Internet): [email protected]
You may also obtain current information on TCO’99 approved
and labelled products by visiting their website at:
http://www.tco-info.com/
Environmental Requirements
Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables,
wires, casings and housings. In turn, they delay the spread of fire.
Up to thirty percent of the plastic in a computer casing can consist
of flame retardant substances. Most flame retardants contain
bromine or chloride and these are related to another group of
environmental toxins, PCBs, which are suspected to give rise to
severe health effects, including reproductive damage in fisheating
birds and mammals, due to the bio-accumulative* processes.
Flame retardants have been found in human blood and
researchers fear that disturbances in foetus development may
occur.
TCO’99 demand requires that plastic components weighing more
than 25 grams must not contain flame retardants with organically
bound chlorine and bromine. Flame retardants are allowed in the
printed circuit boards since no substitutes are available.
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Index
Warning, Caution .................................... English-1
Declaration ............................................. English-1
Getting Started ....................................... English-2
Adjusting the Monitor .............................. English-2
Quick Installation .................................... English-3
Operations .............................................. English-5
OSD Main Menu ..................................... English-6
Recommended Use ................................ English-8
Troubleshooting .................................... English-10
Waarschuwing, Let op! .................... Nederlands-1
Kennisgeving ................................... Nederlands-1
Aan de slag ..................................... Nederlands-2
De monitor afstellen ........................ Nederlands-2
Snel installeren ................................ Nederlands-3
Werking ........................................... Nederlands-5
Hoofdschermmenu .......................... Nederlands-6
Aanbevolen gebruik ......................... Nederlands-8
Problemen oplossen ...................... Nederlands-10
Varování, Upozornûní ............................... âesky-1
Prohlá‰ení ................................................ âesky-1
Zaãínáme .................................................. âesky-2
Nastavení monitoru .................................. âesky-2
Rychlá instalace ....................................... âesky-3
Operace .................................................... âesky-5
Hlavní nabídka OSD ................................. âesky-6
Provozní pokyny ....................................... âesky-8
OdstraÀování problémÛ .......................... âesky-10
Uwagi dotyczàce zasilania monitora ........ Polski-1
Ostrze˝enie, Uwaga ................................. Polski-2
OÊwiadczenie ........................................... Polski-2
Poczàtek pracy ......................................... Polski-3
Ustawianie monitora ................................. Polski-3
Szybka instalacja ...................................... Polski-4
Obs∏uga monitora ..................................... Polski-6
G∏ówne menu ekranowe (OSD) ............... Polski-7
Zalecenia eksploatacyjne ......................... Polski-9
Usuwanie usterek ................................... Polski-11
Warnung, Vorsicht ................................. Deutsch-1
Erklärung ............................................... Deutsch-1
Erste Schritte ......................................... Deutsch-2
Ausrichten des Monitors ........................ Deutsch-2
Installation ............................................. Deutsch-3
Bedienung ............................................. Deutsch-5
OSD-Hauptmenü ................................... Deutsch-6
Einsatzempfehlungen ............................ Deutsch-8
Fehlerbehebung .................................. Deutsch-10
Предупреждение, Внимание ............. Русский-1
Заявление ........................................... Русский-1
Приступая к работе ............................ Русский-2
Настройка монитора .......................... Русский-2
Быстрая установка ............................. Русский-3
Эксплуатация ...................................... Русский-5
Главное меню OSD ............................. Русский-6
Рекомендации по эксплуатации ........ Русский-8
Устранение неисправностей ........... Русский-10
ΠΡΟΕΙ∆ΟΠΟΙΗΣΗ, ΠΡΟΣΟΧΗ .......... Ελληνικά-1
∆ήλωση .............................................. Ελληνικά-1
Προετοιµασία .................................... Ελληνικά-2
Ρύθµιση της Οθνης ........................ Ελληνικά-2
Γρήγορη Εγκατάσταση ..................... Ελληνικά-3
Λειτουργίες ....................................... Ελληνικά-5
Κύριο Μενού OSD ............................ Ελληνικά-6
Προτεινµενη Χρήση ....................... Ελληνικά-8
Εντοπισµς Βλαβών ....................... Ελληνικά-10
D∂kkat, Uyari ............................................ Türkçe-1
Bildirim ..................................................... Türkçe-1
Baµlarken ................................................ Türkçe-2
Monitörü Ayarlama ................................... Türkçe-2
H∂zl∂ Kurulum ........................................... Türkçe-3
∑µlemler .................................................... Türkçe-5
OSD Ana Menü ....................................... Türkçe-6
Tavsiye Edilen Kullan∂m .......................... Türkçe-8
Sorun Giderme ...................................... Türkçe-10
Advertencia, Peligro .............................. Español-1
Declaración ........................................... Español-1
Introducción ........................................... Español-2
Ajuste del monitor .................................. Español-2
Instalación rápida .................................. Español-3
Funcionamiento ..................................... Español-5
Menú principal de OSD ......................... Español-6
Uso recomendado ................................. Español-8
Solución de problemas ........................ Español-10
Avertissement, Attention ....................... Français-1
Déclaration ........................................... Français-1
Prise en main ....................................... Français-2
Réglage du moniteur ............................ Français-2
Installation rapide ................................. Français-3
Fonctionnement .................................... Français-5
Menu principal OSD ............................. Français-6
Conseils d’utilisation ............................. Français-8
Résolution des problèmes .................. Français-10
Avvertenza, Attenzione ........................... Italiano-1
Dichiarazione .......................................... Italiano-1
Per cominciare ........................................ Italiano-2
Regolazione del monitor ......................... Italiano-2
Installazione rapida ................................ Italiano-3
Funzioni .................................................. Italiano-5
Menu Principale OSD ............................. Italiano-6
Uso consigliato ....................................... Italiano-8
Soluzione dei problemi più comuni ....... Italiano-10
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English
âesky
Deutsch
Ελληνικά
Español
Français
Italiano
Nederlands
Polski
Русский
Türkçe
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REFRAIN FROM OPENING THE CABINET AS THERE ARE HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, MAKE SURE POWER CORD IS UNPLUGGED FROM
WALL SOCKET. TO FULLY DISENGAGE THE POWER TO THE UNIT, PLEASE DISCONNECT THE
POWER CORD FROM THE AC OUTLET. DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause
electric shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside this unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning the operation and maintenance of
this unit has been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.
Declaration
Declaration of the Manufacturer
We hereby certify that the colour monitor
MultiSync LCD1920NX
is in compliance with
Council Directive 73/23/EEC:
– EN 60950
Council Directive 89/336/EEC:
– EN 55022
– EN 61000-3-2
– EN 61000-3-3
– EN 55024
and marked with
NEC-Mitsubishi Electric Visual
Systems Corporation
4-13-23, Shibaura,
Minato-Ku
Tokyo 108-0023, Japan
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English
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. ALSO, DO NOT USE
THIS UNIT'S POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLETS UNLESS THE
PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED.
Getting Started
Congratulations on your purchase of this TFT LCD Monitor.
Please read this section carefully to get instant understanding of this product and its correct operations.
Important! Please keep the original carton and all packing materials for future shipping needs.
Package Contents
Your TFT LCD Monitor package includes the following items:
• 19” TFT LCD Colour Monitor
• Signal cable with 15 pin D-Sub connector
• AC Adapter
• Power cord
• User’s Manual
• CD-ROM
Unique Features
• 8-bit panel, supporting 16.7M true colours.
• High brightness & high contrast, providing more vivid images.
• Built-in both analog and digital interfaces.
• TCO’99 and TCO’95 approved.
• Composite sync and compatibility.
• Five languages in OSD (On Screen Display).
• 9-stage smoothing function.
• Supports 19 sets of factory preset modes and 32 sets of user’s automatically saved modes.
• Wide Viewing Angle.
Adjusting the Monitor
Press down on the stand and gently adjust the monitor to a suitable viewing angle (see Figure below). Please note that this
monitor can only be tilted forward to 5 degrees, backward to 20 degrees, and swiveled 90 degrees left/right. To prevent
damage to the monitor, do not press the screen over its tolerant angles.
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• Make sure the computer is turned off.
• Attach the female end of the power cord (Indication E) to the AC adapter (Indication D), then plug the AC adapter
connector to the power “DC-IN (Indication A)” jack of the LCD monitor.
• When using a power cord, plug the male end into the wall socket.
• Plug one end of the 15 pin D-Sub signal cable (Indication F) in the “D-SUB” video signal connector (Indication B) of
LCD monitor. If you use digital signal, plug one end of the 24 pin DVI-D signal cable (Indication G) in the “DVI-D” video
signal connector (Indication C) of LCD monitor.
• Turn on the computer.
• Turn on the LCD monitor.
• Before your operations of the monitor, please refer to P.6 “Operations” first.
Connector cover
A
C
B
E
D
F
NOTE :
A. DC In
D. AC Adapter
B. D-SUB
E. Power Cord
C. DVI-D
F. D-Sub Signal Cable
When operating this LCD monitor with an AC125-240V power source, please refer to “Recommended Use”
for proper power code selection. Use supplied AC Adapter.
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English
Quick Installation
Quick Installation - continued
Remove Monitor Stand for Mounting
To prepare the monitor for alternate mounting purposes:
Non-abrasive
surface
1. Disconnect all cables.
2. Place monitor face down on a non-abrasive surface (Figure R.1).
3. Remove the 4 screws connecting the monitor to the stand and lift off
the stand assembly (Figure R.1).The monitor is now ready for
mounting in an alternate manner.
4. Connect the AC cord and signal cable to the back of the monitor.
5. Reverse this process to reattach stand.
NOTE: Use only VESA-compatible alternative mounting method.
6. This LCD monitor is designed for use with a flexible arm.
Please use the attached screws (4pcs) as shown in the picture when
installing.
To meet the safety requirements, the monitor must be mounted to an
arm which guaranties the necessary stability under consideration of
the weight of the monitor.
The LCD monitor shall only be used with an approved arm (e.g. GS mark).
Figure R.1
Replace screws.
Thickness of Bracket (Arm)
2.0~3.2mm
Tighten all screws
100mm
100mm
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Push the power button (Indication E) on the front of the LCD monitor to turn it on. When the power light (Indication F) turns
green, the LCD is ready to use. Push the power switch button to turn off.
F
A
B
C
D
E
Function Keys
A. MENU
1. Press this button to turn on the OSD (On Screen Display) main menu.
2. Press this button to activate selected items.
3. Press this button 2 seconds or more to turn off the main menu.
B. [–]
1. To scroll down the menu.
2. To decrease the value of selected item.
C. [+]
1. To scroll up the menu.
2. To increase the value of selected item.
D. AUTO
Press this button to activate “AUTO SYNC” function.
E. Power switch
Press this button to turn on/off the monitor.
F. Power LED
When the light is green, the power is on; amber light is when the power is off or in power saving
mode.
Hot Keys
• Auto-Sync: Press the [AUTO] button to activate Auto-Sync under any circumstances.
• Auto-Contrast: Press the [+] button to activate the Auto-Contrast adjustment.
• Change Signal Input: Press the [–] button to change the signal input, “DVI” or “D-SUB”.
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English
Operations
OSD Main Menu
For screen adjustments, press the [MENU] button to display the OSD (On-Screen Display) Main Menu shown below. Press the
[+] or [–] button to scroll up or down the menu to your required options. Please note that the OSD will automatically turn off in
30 seconds without any manipulation or by simply pressing the [MENU] button for 2 seconds.
CONTRAST: Adjusting the contrast level of the screen image. Under Main Menu, select CONTRAST using the [+] or
[–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press the [+] button to increase contrast, [–] button to
decrease contrast shown below. Press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
AUTO-CONTRAST: Automatically adjusts the contrast level of the screen image. Press [+] or [–] button to select AUTO
CONTRAST, then press [MENU] button to activate AUTO CONTRAST.
VIDEO ANALOG/DIGITAL: Switching between analog and digital input signal. Press [+] or [–] button to select VIDEO
ANALOG or VIDEO DIGITAL, then press [MENU] button to switch.
BRIGHTNESS: Adjusts the brightness level of the screen image. Under the Main Menu, select BRIGHTNESS using [+]
or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press the [+] button to increase the brightness, [–]
button to decrease the brightness. Press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
COLOUR Sub-Menu:
• Under the Main Menu, select COLOUR using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the COLOUR
Sub-Menu.
• Under the COLOUR Sub-Menu, press [+] or [–] button to scroll up or down to your desired preset colour mode. Then
press [MENU] to activate the mode.
• Or you may choose user’s mode by adjusting R, G, B respectively. Press the [+] or [–] button select R or G or B bar,
then press [MENU] to activate the adjustment. Press the [+] or [–] button to adjust the values, then press [MENU]
button to save the value and return to colour Sub-Menu to adjust another colour. After adjusting R, G, B colours, press
[MENU] to return to Main Menu.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select MAIN MENU, then press [MENU]
button to return to OSD Main Menu.
LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu (Analog input only): Under the Main Menu, select LCD ADJUST using the [+] or [–] button,
then press [MENU] button to enter LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
PC/MAC: Switching between PC at 800 X 600 resolution and MAC at 832 X 624 resolution, using [+] or [–]
button. Then press [MENU] to initiate the switch between PC and MAC shown as above.
H SIZE: Adjusting the width of the screen image. Select H-SIZE, using [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU]
button to activate thefunction. Press [+] button to increase the width of the screen image, press [–] button to
decrease the width of the screen image shown below. Press [MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
H - POSITION: Moving the screen image to the right or left. Select H - POSITION using the [+] or [–] button,
then press the [MENU] button to activate the function. Press [+] button to move the screen to the right, [–] button
to move to the left. Press [MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
V - POSITION: Moving the screen image up or down. Select V - POSITION using the [+] or [–] button, then
press [MENU] to activate the function. Press [+] button to move the screen image up, [–] button to move down.
Press [MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
FINE TUNE: Aligning the performance slightly. Select FINE TUNE using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU]
button to activate the function. Press [+] or [–] button until the screen image looks crisp, sharp and focused.
Press [MENU] to return to LCD ADJUST Sub-Menu.
AUTO-SYNC: Automatically adjusts the image to the best performance. Press [+] or [–] button to select AUTO
SYNC, then press [MENU] button to activate AUTO SYNC.
NOTE:
• When setting up this monitor for the first time, perform AUTO-SYNC before use.
• To perform AUTO-SYNC, first display an image that makes the entire screen very bright.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select MAIN MENU, then press [MENU]
button to return to OSD Main Menu.
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[–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press [+] or [–] button to choose preferred Language,
then press [MENU] to return to Main Menu.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select MAIN MENU, then press [MENU]
button to return to OSD Main Menu.
MISC Sub-Menu
Under the Main Menu, select MISC using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to enter MISC Sub-Menu.
RESOLUTION NOTIFIER: This optimal resolution is 1280 x 1024. If ON is selected, a message will appear on
the screen after 30 seconds, notifying you that the resolution is not at 1280 x 1024.
H-OSD POSITION: Moving the OSD position on the screen to the right or left. Select H-OSD POSITION using
[+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press the [+] button to move the OSD
position to the right, [–] button to move left. Then press [MENU] to return to MISC Sub-Menu.
V-OSD POSITION: Moving the OSD position on the screen up or down. Select V-OSD POSITION using [+] or
[–] button, then press [MENU] button to activate the function. Press the [+] button to move the OSD position up,
[–] button to move down. Then press [MENU] to return to MISC Sub-Menu.
SMOOTHING: Making the displayed texts smooth. Select SMOOTHING using [+] or [–] button, then press
[MENU] button to activate the function. Press [+] or [–] button and adjust to your liking. Press [MENU] button
to return to MISC Sub-Menu.
INVISIBLE: Activating the OSD background to be invisible. Select INVISIBLE using the [+] or [–] button, then
press [MENU] button to select either On or Off option.
INFORMATION: Displaying the timing mode (video signal input) coming from the graphics card in the computer.
Select INFORMATION using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] to display the mode. Then press [MENU]
button to return to MISC Sub-Menu.
RECALL: Returning the adjustments back to factory settings if the monitor is not operating at its original factory
settings. Select RECALL using the [+ or [–] button, then press [MENU] button to reset the settings.
MAIN MENU: Returning to OSD main menu. Press [+] or [–] button to select MAIN MENU, then press [MENU]
button to return to OSD Main Menu.
EXIT: Turning off the OSD. Select EXIT using the [+] or [–] button, then press [MENU] to exit the OSD.
OSD Warning
NO SIGNAL: This function gives a warning when there is no signal present. After power is turned on or when there is
a change of input signal or video is inactive, the No Signal window will appear.
RESOLUTION NOTIFIER: This function gives a warning of use with optimized resolution. After power is turned on or
when there is a change of input signal or the video signal doesn’t have proper resolution, the Resolution Notifier
window will open. This function can be disabled in the MISC Sub-Menu.
OUT OF RANGE: This function gives a recommendation of the optimized resolution and refresh rate. After the power is
turned on or there is a change of input signal or the video signal doesn’t have proper timing, the Out Of Range menu
will appear.
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English
LANGUAGE: Selecting preferred language used in the OSD menus. Under Main Menu, scroll to Language using [+] or
Recommended Use
Safety Precautions and Maintenance
FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE, PLEASE NOTE THE
FOLLOWING WHEN SETTING UP AND USING
THE MULTISYNC LCD COLOR MONITOR:
•
DO NOT OPEN THE MONITOR. There are no user serviceable parts inside and opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous shock hazards or other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
•
Do not spill any liquids into the cabinet or use your monitor near water.
•
Do not insert objects of any kind into the cabinet slots, as they may touch dangerous voltage points, which can be harmful
or fatal or may cause electric shock, fire or equipment failure.
•
Do not place any heavy objects on the power cord. Damage to the cord may cause shock or fire.
•
Do not place this product on a sloping or unstable cart, stand or table, as the monitor may fall, causing serious damage to
the monitor.
•
The power supply cord you use must have been approved by and comply with the safety standards of your country. (Type
H05VV-F should be used in Europe), and matches the power supply voltage of the AC outlet being used.
•
In UK, use a BS-approved power cord with molded plug having a black (5A) fuse installed for use with this monitor. If a
power cord is not supplied with this monitor, please contact your supplier.
Note: Use the supplied AC power cord. If it does not match the shape and the voltage of AC power outlet being used,
please refer to the Recommended Use section for proper use of the AC power cord.
•
Use supplied AC Adapter. Do not place any objects onto the AC Adapter and do not use the AC Adapter outdoors.
•
Do not place any objects onto the monitor and do not use the monitor outdoors.
•
The inside of the flourescent tube located within the LCD monitor contains mercury. Please follow the bylaws or rules of
your municipality to dispose of the tube properly.
Immediately unplug your monitor from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
•
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
•
If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the monitor.
•
If the monitor has been exposed to rain or water.
•
If the monitor has been dropped or the cabinet damaged.
•
If the monitor does not operate normally by following operating instructions.
•
Do not bend power cord.
•
Do not use monitor in high temperatured, humid, dusty, or oily areas.
•
If glass is broken, handle with care.
•
Do not cover vent on monitor.
•
If monitor or glass is broken, do not come in contact with the liquid crystal and handle with care.
CAUTION
•
Allow adequate ventilation around the monitor so that heat can properly dissipate. Do not block
ventilated openings or place the monitor near a radiator or other heat sources. Do not put anything on
top of monitor.
•
The power cable connector is the primary means of detaching the system from the power supply. The
monitor should be installed close to a power outlet which is easily accessible.
•
Handle with care when transporting. Save packaging for transporting.
CORRECT PLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE MONITOR CAN REDUCE EYE,
SHOULDER AND NECK FATIGUE. CHECK THE FOLLOWING
WHEN YOU POSITION THE MONITOR:
•
For optimum performance, allow 20 minutes for warm-up.
•
Adjust the monitor height so that the top of the screen is at or slightly below eye
level. Your eyes should look slightly downward when viewing the middle of the
screen.
•
Position your monitor no closer than 16 inches and no further away than
28 inches from your eyes. The optimal distance is 23 inches.
•
Rest your eyes periodically by focusing on an object at least 20 feet away. Blink
often.
•
Position the monitor at a 90° angle to windows and other light sources to minimize
glare and reflections. Adjust the monitor tilt so that ceiling lights do not reflect on
your screen.
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If reflected light makes it hard for you to see your screen, use an anti-glare filter.
•
Clean the LCD monitor surface with a lint-free, non-abrasive cloth. Avoid using any cleaning solution or glass cleaner!
•
Adjust the monitor’s brightness and contrast controls to enhance readability.
•
Use a document holder placed close to the screen.
•
Position whatever you are looking at most of the time (the screen or reference material) directly in front of you to minimize
turning your head while you are typing.
•
Avoid displaying fixed patterns on the monitor for long periods of time to avoid image persistence (after-image effects).
•
Get regular eye checkups.
Ergonomics
To realize the maximum ergonomics benefits, we recommend the following:
•
Use the preset Size and Position controls with standard signals
•
Use the preset Colour Setting
•
Use non-interlaced signals with a vertical refresh rate between 60-75 Hz
•
Do not use primary colour blue on a dark background, as it is difficult to see and may produce eye fatigue to insufficient
contrast
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•
Troubleshooting
No picture
• The signal cable should be completely connected to the display card/computer.
• The display card should be completely seated in its slot.
• Front Power Switch and computer power switch should be in the ON position.
• Check the LED of AC adapter is ON.
• Check to make sure that a supported mode has been selected on the display card or system being used. (Please
consult display card or system manual to change graphics mode.)
• Check the monitor and your display card with respect to compatibility and recommended settings.
• Check the signal cable connector for bent or pushed-in pins.
Power Button does not respond
• Unplug the power cord of the monitor from the AC outlet to turn off and reset the monitor.
Image persistence
• Image persistence is when a “ghost” of an image remains on the screen even after the monitor has been turned off.
Unlike CRT monitors, LCD monitors’ image persistence is not permanent. To alleviate image persistence, turn the
monitor off for as long as an image was displayed. If an image was on the monitor for one hour and a “ghost” of that
image remains, the monitor should be turned off for one hour to erase the image.
NOTE: As with all personal display devices, NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display recommends using a screen
saver at regular intervals whenever the screen is idle.
Image is unstable, unfocused or swimming is apparent
• Signal cable should be completely attached to the computer.
• Use the OSD Image Adjust controls to focus and adjust display by increasing or decreasing the fine total. When the
display mode is changed, the OSD Image Adjust settings may need to be re-adjusted.
• Check the monitor and your display card with respect to compatibility and recommended signal timings.
• If your text is garbled, change the video mode to non-interlace and use 60Hz refresh rate.
LED on monitor is not lit (no green or amber colour can be seen)
• Power Switch should be in the ON position and power cord should be connected.
• Check the LED of AC adapter is ON.
• Make certain the computer is not in a power-saving mode (touch the keyboard or mouse).
Display image is not sized properly
• Use the OSD Image Adjust controls to increase or decrease the Coarse total.
• Check to make sure that a supported mode has been selected on the display card or system being used. (Please
consult display card or system manual to change graphics mode.)
Selected resolution is not displayed properly
• Use OSD Display Mode to enter Information menu and confirm that the appropriate resolution has been selected. If not,
select corresponding option.
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Serial Number Information
Refer to the serial number information shown below.
EX.) SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
Model
: LCD1920NX
: LCD1920NX-BK
SERIAL NO. :
g g g g g g g g g
Manufactured Year :
( Last digit )
Manufactured Month :
January to September :
1 to 9
October :
X
November :
Y
December :
Z
Serial number (5 digits)
White model : 00001 ~ 49999
Black model : 50001 ~ 99999
Sequential number at production month.
Factory Code :
Q: AmTRAN Taiwan factory
Control Code :
A: A ver.
B: B ver.
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DISASSEMBLY
g Before you disassemble the set, turn off power and pull out the power plug.
g Use the proper screwdriver. If oversize or undersize screwdriver is used, screws may be damaged.
g Assembly is the opposite process of disassembly.
SYMBOL
1
1
2
CODE
79PZ0164
79PZ0010
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DESCRIPTION
HINGE COVER LCD1920NX
HINGE COVER LCD1920NX (
MAC. SCREW-MPSWF M4.0*10.0L,ZN
1
2
3-1
COLOR
White
Black
SYMBOL
3
CODE
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DESCRIPTION
TAP. SCREW-TB #3.0*10.0L,NI
3
SYMBOL
4
4
CODE
79PZ0166
79PZ0172
DESCRIPTION
BACK COVER CAB. LCD1920NX
BACK COVER CAB. LCD1920NX
4
3-2
COLOR
White
Black
SYMBOL
5
CODE
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DESCRIPTION
MAC. SCREW-MB M3.0*4.0L,Zn-Cc
5
W05
W04
SYMBOL
6
7
8
9
CN4
CODE
----79PZ0014
79PZ0008
DESCRIPTION
MAC. SCREW-MRFW M3.0*4.0L,NI
NUT #4-40*5.0L (BRONZE + Ni)
LCD MAIN BD ASS'Y
INVERTER DC-AC T65I008.00
CN5
6
9
W07
CN1
8
CN2
CN3
7
3-3
SYMBOL
10
11
CODE
--79PZ0013
DESCRIPTION
TAP. SCREW-TB #3.0*10.0L,NI
LCD DISPLAY BD ASS'Y
10
W1
10
SYMBOL
10
12
12
CODE
--79PZ0165
79PZ0171
DESCRIPTION
TAP. SCREW-TB #3.0*10.0L,NI
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
COLOR
White
Black
4
12
3-4
SYMBOL
13
13
12
12
CODE
79PZ0162
79PZ0009
79PZ0165
79PZ0171
DESCRIPTION
POWER BUTTON LCD1920NX
POWER BUTTON LCD1920NX
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
13
12
SYMBOL
14
CODE
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DESCRIPTION
MAC.SCREW-MBSFW M3.0*12.0L.Zn-Cc
14
3-5
COLOR
White
Black
White
Black
SYMBOL
15
CODE
79PZ0004
DESCRIPTION
LCD MODULE 19.0 TFT FLC4"
15
3-6
SYMBOL
16
17
18
19
19
CODE
------79PZ0163
79PZ0001
DESCRIPTION
MAC. SCREW-MPSWF M4.0*10.0L,ZN
HINGE LEFT LCD1920NX
HINGE RIGHT LCD1920NX
BASE CAB. LCD1920NX
BASE CAB. LCD1920NX
17
18
16
19
SYMBOL
20
21
21
22
CODE
79PZ0032
79PZ0003
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DESCRIPTION
BASE FOOT (18.0*3.0T)
BASE ROTATE LCD1920NX
SWIVEL SHEET (187*0.5)
MAC. SCREW-MB M3.0*4.0L,Zn-Cc
21
22
20
22
3-7
COLOR
White
Black
SYMBOL
23
24
CODE
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DESCRIPTION
BASE BRACKET + HINGE HOLDER LCD1920NX
MAC. SCREW-MB M3.0*4.0L,Zn-Cc
23
24
3-8
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1. Application ........................................................................................................................... 4-2
2. Basic operation .................................................................................................................... 4-2
2.1 General conditions ............................................................................................................. 4-2
2.2 Basic operation .................................................................................................................. 4-2
2.2.1 Video input change ......................................................................................................... 4-2
2.2.2 Factory mode .................................................................................................................. 4-3
3. Set adjustments ................................................................................................................... 4-4
3.1 Application ......................................................................................................................... 4-4
3.2 Source voltage ................................................................................................................... 4-4
3.3 Adjustments ....................................................................................................................... 4-4
3.3.1 Connection ...................................................................................................................... 4-4
3.3.2 Data writing procedures .................................................................................................. 4-5
3.4 Input video signal ............................................................................................................... 4-6
3.5 Setting before shipment ..................................................................................................... 4-7
4-1
1. Application
This specification shall be applied to the adjustment of the LCD1920NX set.
2. Basic operation
2.1 General conditions
Unless otherwise specified, adjustments shall be carried out under the following conditions:
1) Power source voltage : AC 100 - 120V/ 220 - 240V ± 10%, 50/60Hz
2) Equipment to be used : Equipment that can generate an output of the adjusted LCD1920NX unit or
equivalent.
3) Connections
: Connections are made to the D-SUB connector of the unit under inspection by
means of the connector that can carry each output of the LCD1920NX. The
VIDEO IN of the unit being inspected shall be changed over through D-SUB
according to the instructions given in each item.
2.2 Basic operation
2.2.1 Video input change
Irrespective of the presence of any signal input, the video input can be auto change by CPU if input only one
source (digital or analog). The signal received first is displayed. An input change can also push the [-] button,
when the OSD menu "VIDEO (ANALOG/DIGITAL)" or the OSD menu is not displayed.
4-2
2.2.2 Factory mode
At the time of adjustment of this model, a suggestion may be given to enter the user (factory) mode. This will
be explained below.
(1) User mode:
1) Press the power Key and verify that LED is green. Press MENU to into OSD MENU.
2) Select COLOR and into color adjust.
3) PRESET1 and PRESET2 is factory setting value user cannot adjust it.
4) Select any one of R G B and into user mode color adjust, press [+] and [-] to adjust color.
(2) Factory mode:
1) Power off the monitor.
2) Press the MENU : AUTO and POWER key at the same until LED is green entered into the Factory
mode.
3) Press MENU key to display the OSD menu, and select the PRESET2 color temperature. Please do not
adjust it because the value is factory value.
4) Select MAIN MENU → MISC → INFORMATION → [+] or [-] key and into HOURS RUNNING mode. It
will show :
a. USER ON : It means monitor used time by user.
b. USER OFF : It means monitor standard by (power saving) and off time by user.
c. FAC. ON
: It means monitor used time since assembled in factory.
d. FAC. OFF : It means monitor standard by (power saving) and off time since assembled in factory.
e. CPU TYPE : MTV112MN32
f. CPU CODE : Code of CPU
g. CPU VER. : CPU update date.
Note: To return to user mode from factory mode, just power OFF → ON again.
4-3
3. Set adjustments
3.1 Application
This adjustment specification is applicable when the LCD MAIN BD ASSY (MAIN PWB) or the E2PROM is
replaced.
3.2 Source voltage
100-120V / 220-240V ±10% 50 / 60Hz
3.3 Adjustments
Using DDC-2Bi communication, the initial value data of the color temperature 9300K are written in.
3.3.1 Connection
(1) Configuration
The unit configuration and the method of connection for this system are described below.
Program Disk
Part No. 599910602
DC +5V
DESKTOP/NOTE
PC
Printer Cable
(Jig)
D-SUB
Signal Cable
Signal Generator
CN5
CN3
CN7
CN6
CN4
DDC communication
I/F BOAD
Part No.599910541
(2) Input signal
VESA 1280 × [email protected] (all white pattern)
(3) Program required
RGB adjust software (Part No. 599910602)
4-4
Signal Cable
Monitor
3.3.2 Data writing procedures
(1) Connect the data writing unit, jigs, and others for the reception of VESA 1280 × [email protected] (all white).
(2) Let the data writing unit stay in the factory mode. (Refer to 2.2.2 User service mode / factory mode)
(3) Copy all the files of RGB Adjust Software in an appropriate directory.
(4) Execute RGB_ADJ.EXE from the command line.
(5) When the screen as shown in Fig. 1 appears, press the ENTER key to write the data.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
(6) When the screen as shown in Fig. 2 is displayed in the mean time and normal data writing is finished, the
screen as shown in Fig. 3 is displayed.
Fig. 3
(7) Turn off the POWER switch of the writing unit and turn it on again, so that the user mode is assumed.
(8) Display the OSD menu and execute [AUTO CONTRAST].
4-5
3.4 Input video signal
Preset Mode No.
1
VESA
1280*1024
(60)
Signal Name
Resolution
1280*1024
Dot Clock
(MHz)
108.000
fh
(kHz)
63.981
fv
(Hz)
60.020
Total
(dot)
(uS)
1688
15.630
Disp
(dot)
1280
(uS)
11.852
(dot)
48
(uS)
0.444
(dot)
112
(uS)
1.037
(dot)
248
(uS)
2.296
Total
(H)
(mS)
1066
16.661
Disp
(H)
1024
(mS)
16.005
(H)
1
(mS)
0.016
(H)
3
(mS)
0.047
(H)
38
(mS)
0.594
(H/V)
POS/POS
Front
Sync Pulse
Back
Front
Sync Pulse
Back
Interlace
Polarity
NON
Composite Sync
Composite Video
Character Font
7*9
Serration
OFF
EQP
OFF
4-6
3.5 Setting before shipment
CONTRAST
: Approx. 60% (with an analog signal input) / Approx. 80% (with a
digital signal input)
BRIGHTNESS
: Approx. 80%
COLOR
: R, G, B at MAX. in all cases (User)
LANGUAGE
: ENGLISH
RESOLUTION NOTIFIER
: ENABLE
H-OSD POSITION / V-OSD POSITION : Center of the screen
SMOOTHING
: 5 / 9 steps
INVISIBLE
: ON
4-7
INSPECTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1. Set Inspection .......................................................................................................... 5-2
1.1 Application ............................................................................................................. 5-2
1.2 Inspection conditions ............................................................................................ 5-2
1.2.1 Power source voltage ......................................................................................... 5-2
1.2.2 Equipment to be used ........................................................................................ 5-2
1.2.3 Brightness setting .............................................................................................. 5-2
1.2.4 Inspection mode ................................................................................................. 5-2
1.2.5 OSD functions ..................................................................................................... 5-2
1.2.6 Configuration of inspection jigs ....................................................................... 5-2
1.2.7 Inspection mode setting .................................................................................... 5-3
1.3 Operational description of OSD control ............................................................ 5-12
1.3.1 Function of each button ................................................................................... 5-12
1.3.2 Procedures for the basic operation ................................................................ 5-12
1.4 POWER ON ........................................................................................................... 5-13
1.5 Inspection ............................................................................................................. 5-13
1.5.1 Inspection of LCD brightness and contrast ................................................... 5-13
1.5.2 Inspection of automatic adjustment function ................................................ 5-14
1.5.3 Inspection of input signal discrimination ...................................................... 5-15
1.5.4 Inspection of VIDEO DETECT function .......................................................... 5-16
1.6 Setting before shipment ...................................................................................... 5-16
2. External inspection on the LCD module ............................................................. 5-17
2.1 External inspection of the display surface ....................................................... 5-17
2.1.1 Inspection items ............................................................................................... 5-17
2.1.2 Inspection standards ........................................................................................ 5-17
3. Inspection of PLUG & PLAY communication and
OSD for model name/ serial number .................................................................... 5-20
3.1 System Connection ............................................................................................. 5-20
3.2 Input Signal .......................................................................................................... 5-20
3.3 Operational procedures ...................................................................................... 5-21
3.4 EDID data file ........................................................................................................ 5-22
5-1
1. Set Inspection
1.1 Application
The inspection procedures specified in this item shall be applied to the inspection of the LCD1920Nx unit.
1.2 Inspection conditions
Unless otherwise specified, inspection shall be carried out under the following conditions.
1.2.1 Power source voltage
AC voltage: 100 - 120V/220 - 240V ± 10% 50/60Hz
1.2.2 Equipment to be used
The signal generator VG-819 which can generate an adjustable output or equivalent can be used.
The signal timing for the inspection ROM shall conform to the table provided in Paragraph 1.2.8 herein.
1.2.3 Brightness setting
Unless otherwise specified, all the inspection shall be carried out under the condition that the LCD
brightness is set at the highest level.
1.2.4 Inspection mode
Each inspection shall be carried out in the inspection mode specified in each relevant inspection item.
The detailed setting for each mode shall be specified in Paragraph 1.2.7 herein.
1.2.5 OSD functions
If checking and operation by OSD are specified in each inspection item, display and operation of the OSD
shall be carried out by operating the buttons of the unit under inspection, according to the instructions.
Outline operation is described in Item 1.3, “Operation of OSD control.”
1.2.6 Configuration of inspection jigs
1) A video signal generator shall be used, which can generate an output of the VG-819 unit or equivalent.
2) Graphic Board, Model : Matrox Millennium G550 (Manufactured Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd.)
3) PC/AT interchange personal computer.
4) DVI-D to DVI-D Signal Cable.
5-2
1.2.7 Inspection mode setting
The respective setting data shall be the data for the VG-819.
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
OPTION 2
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
VDSTART
[H]
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
01
02
28.322
900
720
108
54
0
0
449
350
2
60
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
35.500
936
720
72
108
0
0
446
350
3
61
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
VG-819 setting values
03
04
Not used
21.053
28.322
848
900
640
720
64
108
84
54
0
0
0
0
440
449
400
400
8
2
25
35
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
0
0
0
Nonint
Nonint
NRZ
NRZ
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
05
35.500
936
720
72
108
0
0
446
400
3
42
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
11111111
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
1
1
1
82
82
82
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0: 0
L1: 17 L2: 34 L3: 51 L4: 68 L5: 85 L6: 102
L7: 127 L8: 143 L9: 159 LA: 175 LB: 191 LC: 207 LD: 223
LE: 239 LF: 255
(Note 2)
5-3
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
OPTION 2
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
VG-819 setting values
07
08
09
10
30.24
31.5
31.5
36.0
864
832
840
832
640
640
640
640
64
40
64
56
96
128
120
80
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
509
525
520
500
480
480
480
480
3
3
3
3
25
39
28
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Nonint
Nonint
Nonint
Nonint
NRZ
NRZ
NRZ
NRZ
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
G
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
11111111
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
1
1
1
82
82
82
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0: 0
L1: 17 L2: 34 L3: 51 L4: 68 L5: 85 L6: 102
L7: 127 L8: 143 L9: 159 LA: 175 LB: 191 LC: 207 LD: 223
LE: 239 LF: 255
(Note 2)
06
25.18
800
640
96
48
0
0
525
480
2
33
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
5-4
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
11
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
36.0
1024
800
72
128
0
0
625
600
2
22
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
12
40.0
1056
800
128
88
0
0
628
600
4
23
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
VG-819 setting values
13
14
49.5
50.0
1056
1040
800
800
80
120
160
64
0
0
0
0
625
666
600
600
3
6
21
23
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
0
0
0
Nonint
Nonint
NRZ
NRZ
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0:0
L1:17 L2:34
L7:127 L8:143 L9:159
LE:239 LF:255
OPTION 2
POSI
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
1
82
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L3:51 L4:68 L5:85 L6:102
LA:175 LB:191 LC:207 LD:223
(Note 2)
5-5
15
56.25
1048
800
64
152
0
0
631
600
3
27
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
OPTION 2
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
VG-819 setting values
16
17
18
19
20
57.28
65.0
70.49
75.0
78.75
1152
1344
1344
1328
1312
832
1024
1024
1024
1024
64
136
136
136
96
224
160
160
144
176
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
800
806
806
806
667
768
768
624
768
768
3
3
6
6
6
28
39
29
29
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Nonint
Nonint
Nonint
Nonint
Nonint
NRZ
NRZ
NRZ
NRZ
NRZ
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
G
G
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
11111111
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
1
1
1
82
82
82
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0:0
L1:17 L2:34 L3:51 L4:68 L5:85 L6:102
L7:127 L8:143 L9:159 LA:175 LB:191 LC:207 LD:223
LE:239 LF:255
(Note 2)
5-6
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
21
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
94.5
1376
1024
96
208
0
0
808
768
3
36
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
22
VG-819 setting values
23
24
94.50
1528
1152
128
208
0
0
937
900
4
31
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0:0
L1:17 L2:34
L7:127 L8:143 L9:159
LE:239 LF:255
OPTION 2
108.00
1800
1280
112
312
0
0
1000
960
3
36
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
1
82
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L3:51 L4:68 L5:85 L6:102
LA:175 LB:191 LC:207 LD:223
(Note 2)
5-7
126.00
1680
1280
144
224
0
0
1000
960
3
36
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
25
Not used
107.50
1664
1280
192
160
0
0
1078
1024
4
43
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
26
108.00
1688
1280
112
248
0
0
1066
1024
3
38
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
27
117.00
1632
1280
112
224
0
0
1067
1024
8
33
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
VG-819 setting values
28
29
135.00
135.00
1688
1664
1280
1280
144
64
248
288
0
0
0
0
1066
1066
1024
1024
3
8
38
32
0
0
0
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
0
0
0
Nonint
Nonint
NRZ
NRZ
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0:0
L1:17 L2:34
L7:127 L8:143 L9:159
LE:239 LF:255
OPTION 2
POSI
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
1
82
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L3:51 L4:68 L5:85 L6:102
LA:175 LB:191 LC:207 LD:223
(Note 2)
5-8
30
94.50
1480
1152
96
200
0
0
912
864
3
44
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
31
108.00
1600
1152
128
256
0
0
900
864
3
32
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
32
162.00
2160
1600
192
304
0
0
1250
1200
3
46
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
VG-819 setting values
33
34
108.00
1688
1280
112
248
0
0
1066
1024
3
6380
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
POSI
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
POSI
0.70V
0.70V
OFF
OFF
1/2
1/2
ALL
ALL
POSI
POSI
OFF
OFF
8 bit
8 bit
11111111
11111111
ON
ON
4 nsec
4 nsec
OPTION 2 OPTION 2
1
1
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0:0
L1:17 L2:34
L7:127 L8:143 L9:159
LE:239 LF:255
OPTION 2
POSI
0.70V
OFF
1/2
ALL
POSI
OFF
8 bit
11111111
ON
4 nsec
OPTION 2
1
82
16*16
16*16
L3:51 L4:68 L5:85 L6:102
LA:175 LB:191 LC:207 LD:223
(Note 2)
5-9
35
Signal
Mode
H
V
OUTPUT
36
37
CLOCK
[MHz]
HPERIOD
[DOT]
HDISP
[DOT]
HSYNC
[DOT]
HBACKP
[DOT]
HDSTART [DOT]
HDWIDTH [DOT]
VTOTAL
[H]
VDISP
[H]
VSYNC
[H]
VBACKP
[H]
EQP FP
[H]
EQP BP
[H]
SERRATION
EQP
[H]
VDSTART
[H]
VDLINE
SCAN
NRZ/RZ
HS
VS
CS
HD
VD
CLOCK
SYNC ON
RGB
VIDEO
SETUP
CLKMODE
CLKOUT
DISP,1CH,2CH
SW0,SW1
RGB
R(7-0),G(7-0),B(7-0)
DELAY
CLOCK DELAY
POSI
0.70V
OFF
1/2
ALL
POSI
OFF
8 bit
11111111
ON
4 nsec
CHARA
PAT SEL
CHRA
PATTERN
GRAY
Format
Code
Font
Cell
Direction : 0
VG-819 setting values
38
39
34.40
800
640
96
48
0
0
1024
480
2
33
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
40
34.40
800
640
96
48
0
0
1024
480
2
33
0
0
OFF
OFF
0
0
Nonint
NRZ
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
NEGA
POSI
NEGA
POSI
0.70V
OFF
1/2
ALL
POSI
OFF
8 bit
11111111
ON
4 nsec
CHARA
1
1
82
82
16*16
16*16
16*16
16*16
L0:0
L1:17 L2:34 L3:51 L4:68 L5:85 L6:102
L7:127 L8:143 L9:159 LA:175 LB:191 LC:207 LD:223
LE:239 LF:255
5-10
Note 1:
According to the designation of sync signals and the setting of each inspection mode, the analog outputs
(BNC) of the signal generator shall be connected as specified below. (Except the cases when otherwise
specified)
1) SEPARATE: R/G/B CONNECTION, HS ←→ H, VS ←→ V, CS not connected
2) COMPOSITE: R/G/B CONNECTION, CS ←→ H
No connections for HS and VS
3) SYNC ON GREEN: R/G/B CONNECTION,
No connections for HS, VS, and CS
Note 2:
Option 2 Screen
5-11
1.3 Operational description of OSD control
Each OSD function is available by pressing the buttons (MENU, -, +, AUTO) located on the lower section of
the front bezel.
1.3.1 Function of each button
The basic function of each button (also called a key, but it bears the same meaning) is explained below.
In case of no OSD display, either buttons of MENU, -, + or AUTO may be pressed to display an OSD menu.
1) OSD function control
MENU
: Displays the OSD and selecting the adjusting function by pressing this button or exiting the
OSD after keeping press this button.
-
: Moves the cursor downward to select adjustment item after OSD menu is displayed or the
tab is moved leftward to decrease the adjusting value by pressing this button after the
adjustment function is selected.
+
: Moves the cursor upward to select adjustment item or the tab is moved to the right to
increase the adjusting value by pressing this button.
AUTO
: The auto sync function is activated by pressing this button.
2) Hot key function control
MENU
: Displays the OSD and selecting the adjusting function by pressing this button or
exiting the OSD after pressing this button.
DVI/D-SUB (-)
: An input signal is selected by defining whether it should be picked up from the DVI
connector or the D-SUB connector. Each time this button is pressed directly, a change
takes place between the DVI connector and the D-SUB connector.
+
: The auto contrast function is activated by press this button directly.
AUTO
: The auto sync function is activated by pressing this button.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, the D-SUB input should be used in each inspection.
1.3.2 Procedures for the basic operation
1) Press the MENU button and confirm that the main menu shown below is displayed.
2) The selection tab moves to the way down rolling and up rolling with the -down and +up buttons. When
the adjustment tab has been selected, select the adjustment item by the using the MENU button and
set up the adjusting value with the +right and -left buttons. In case when an adjustment item of
automatic adjustment function (AUTO-CONTRAST or AUTO-SYNC) has been selected, execute this
automatic adjustment by the using the MENU button.
3) When the inspection is over, press the MENU button for a while or select EXIT item to exit from the
OSD menu.
5-12
1.4 POWER ON
Turn on the power supply in the procedures specified below.
1) Make connections according to the mode in which the VG-819 cable is being set.
2) Turn on the POWER switch of the VG-819 unit.
3) Connect the AC POWER cord to the unit under inspection.
4) Turn on the POWER switch of the unit under inspection.
5) The LED of the unit under inspection is lit in yellow-green after turning on the power.
Note 1: When the POWER source switch is turned on for the first time, the initialization of EEPROM is
effected. In this period (about 5 seconds), the POWER switch must not be moved to the ON or
OFF position. Upon the completion of the initialization, a normal screen is displayed. (If no signal
input is entered, the “NO SIGNAL” OSD is displayed.)
Note 2: Since an electrified condition is assumed with the AC POWER cable left connected, connections
for the connectors should be carried out always under the condition that the AC POWER cord
plug has been pulled out.
1.5 Inspection
1.5.1 Inspection of LCD brightness and contrast
1) Enter input Signal 26 through the D-SUB port. This action makes the screen display in all white.
2) Display the OSD menu by pressing the MENU key and move the tab by pressing –down and +up keys.
Display the BRIGHTNESS adjustment screen by pressing MENU button.
3) Confirm that the white bar makes changes and the screen brightness is also changes when the +right
and -left buttons are operated.
4) Select contrast function on main menu by pressing. Adjust the cursor of CONTRAST by using the +right
and -left buttons
5) Confirm that the white bar makes changes and the screen contrast is also changed when the +right and
-left buttons are operated.
6) Select MISC by pressing –down or +up buttons and enter MISC menu from main menu by pressing
MENU button, then select RECALL by pressing –down or +up buttons and execute RECALL to reset
the contrast and brightness conditions. Make sure the contrast and brightness values are reset and the
screen is returned to its original state.
5-13
1.5.2 Inspection of automatic adjustment function
1) Enter Signal 26 through D-SUB port. (A screen of one-dot missing plus external frame)
2) Display an OSD menu. Using the +up and -down buttons to select LCD ADJUST and enter the LCD
ADJUST menu by press MENU button. Using the +up and -down buttons to select H-POSITION and
display H-POSITION adjusting OSD by press MENU button.
3) Adjust the cursor to RIGHT/LEFT by using the +right and -left buttons to shift the horizontal position
until the difference can be perceived visually.
4) Similarly as for UP/DOWN, make a shift from the initial value in operating on V-POSITION adjusting
OSD.
5) Return to the tab by using the MENU button. Using the +up and -down buttons to select H-SIZE and
display the H-SIZE adjusting OSD by press MENU button.
6) In the same manner as described above, shift H-SIZE from the initial values.
7) Return to the tab by using the MENU button. Using the +up and -down buttons to select FINE TUNE
and display the FINE TUNE adjusting OSD by press MENU button.
8) In the same manner as described above, shift FINE TUNE from the initial values.
9) Return to the tab by using the MENU button. Using the +up and -down buttons to select AUTO-SYNC
and press MENU button to do AUTO-SYNC adjustment.
10) Execute inspection with confirming that the screen (for position, size, and phase) has been normally
adjusted.
5-14
1.5.3 Inspection of input signal discrimination
Purpose of this inspection: Intended to confirm that a normal display is presented for any signal input.
Unless otherwise specified, the display pattern shall conform to the initial screen
as defined in 1.2.7, “Inspection mode setting.”
--- Inspection of signal inputs --1)
According to the table specified below, setting of input port/signal is performed and a signal input is
entered.
Mode No.
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
16
17
18
2)
Inspection signal No.
1
4
6
8
9
7
11
12
14
13
16
17
19
20
23
28
When a screen display is presented, visually confirm that there is no abnormality in the display.
(There shall be no extreme displacement in position, size, and phase. The screen shall be free from
flickering. / There shall be no extreme error in the chromaticity.)
3)
Check the OSD for the signals. Secure an OSD display and indicate the information screen by pressing
MENU, +up and –down buttons. Adjust the cursor to MISC with the +up and –down buttons, the
pressing MENU button to enter sub-menu of MISC. Adjust the cursor again to INFORMATION with the
+up and –down buttons, display the [INFORMATION] screen by pressing the MENU key. Confirm that
the displayed definition matches with the input signal.
--- Inspection of SYNC on GREEN inputs ---
4)
According to the table below, enter a signal input of SYNC on GREEN and confirm that a normal
screen is displayed.
Mode No.
6
11
16
Inspection signal No.
7
16
20
SYNC
SYNC on GREEN
SYNC on GREEN
SYNC on GREEN
At this stage, inspection of input signal discrimination has been finished.
5-15
1.5.4 Inspection of VIDEO DETECT function
This inspection shall be carried out to confirm that the [VIDEO] function of the OSD menu is normally
available and that the video input port is automatically changed according to the combination of video
inputs.
Signal : Digital signal (1280*[email protected])
Signal : 26 (SXGA, separate) : All black
Equipment to be used for inspection:
Signal Source 1 : Graphic Board, Model : Matrox Millennium G550 (Manufactured Matrox Electronic
Systems Ltd.) or equivalent.
Signal Source 2 : Analog output
Initial conditions:
Signal Source 1: Digital signal (1280*[email protected])
Signal Source 2: Set at Signal 26
The video input shall be available at D-SUB input.
[Method of inspection]
1) In the initial state, enter OSD main menu. The current video input type is shown VIDEO ANALOG or
VIDEO DIGITAL. Press MENU button to select the video input port.
2) In the procedures specified in the table below, try to connect and disconnect the cables for signal
exchange in order to confirm whether the resultant operation is the same as described in the “result”
shown in the table below. In the column on the right side of the table below, the conditions of
connections at that time are described for the respective ports.
Operation
INITIAL STATE
Pull out the D-SUB connector.
Connect the D-SUB connector.
Pull out the DVI connector.
Connect the DVI connector.
Result
Selected port
ANALOG
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
ANALOG
ANALOG
Signal Source 1
DVI
Digital signal (1280*[email protected])
Digital signal (1280*[email protected])
Digital signal (1280*[email protected])
×
Digital signal (1280*[email protected])
Signal Source 2
D-SUB
Signal 26
×
Signal 26
Signal 26
Signal 26
“×” indicates that no connector is connected.
The selected port can be examined according to the [VIDEO INPUT] OSD that is displayed at the time of
signal changeover. (Displays of [NO SIGNAL], [OUT OF RANGE], etc. are regarded as rejection.)
1.6 Setting before shipment
In order to recover the initial conditions of all settings, the contents of the memory are reset before shipment.
This reset process involves actions in regard to the memory of signal modes. Therefore, these actions
should be taken after the completion of all electrical inspection and display inspection.
1) Enter an input of Signal 26 through D-SUB input port. Operate the OSD to enter the sub-OSD of
MISC.
2) Adjust the cursor to RECALL by using the +up and -down buttons, then press the MENU button.
3) When the OSD is displaying DONE following the word of RECALL, the resetting process has been
finished. Keep pressing the MENU button for a while to exit and disappear the OSD.
5-16
2. External inspection on the LCD module
2.1 External inspection of the display surface
The display surface shall be visually inspected according to the inspection items specified below. In cases
of the discovery of extreme defects or doubtful judgment, final judgment should be made on the basis of
relevant detailed standards for inspection.
Unless otherwise specified, the inspection signals shall be used at the timing of Signal 25 specified in
Paragraph 1.2.8 herein. However, the inspection screen shall be arranged according to the “Instructions 1)
to 5) of the Inspection Standard” set forth in Paragraph 2.1.2 (1).
2.1.1 Inspection items
1) Examination of the missing of lines (horizontal or vertical lines failing to be displayed).
2) Presence of extreme missing of dots (bright dots and black dots), or conspicuous ones.
3) Presence of extreme flaws, wrinkles, air bubble, dents, lint, foreign matter, and conspicuous
abnormality on the display surface.
2.1.2 Inspection standards
Inspection standards for external appearance and display conditions
(1) Inspection standards
Use a fluorescent lamp of 20w1 (for the inspection of external appearance) or the display plane
illuminance of 40 to 200lx (for the inspection of display conditions). Secure a distance of 35cm between
the eyes and the sample, and that of 20 to 30cm between the fluorescent lamp and the sample. Under
the above-mentioned conditions or better, inspections shall be carried out in the direction specified
below.
A: Angle of visibility for inspection (Right and left: 30°/Up and down: 20° to 0°)
The direction of application shall be recorded in the column of direction. Inspection shall be carried out at
a room temperature of 25 ± 5°C.
The following screen shall be used for the inspection.
1) All black or gray in 3 gradations
2) 15-gradation dot checkers (R,G,B in single color each)
3) 15-gradation dot checkers reversal screen
4) All red, all green, or all blue screen in solid color each
5) All white solid screen
(2) Standards for display conditions and external appearance inspection
Standard for errors (defects)
5-17
No
Item description
Bright
1
Standard
1 dot (R/G/B)
N≤4
2 dots adjacent
≤1
≥3 dots
Dot defect
Black
N=0
Total
N≤4
1 dot
N≤5
2 dots Adjacent
N≤2
≥3 dots
N=0
Total
N≤5
Distance (mm)
Total
(Bright Sub-pixel
and/ or black)
Pairs
2
3
4
6
Scratch
polarizer,
shape (mm)
W≤0.01
on
line 0.01<W≤0.05
W≤0.01
Lints, black/white
line
by
foreign 0.01<W≤0.05
particles (mm)
W>0.05
Dent on polarizer,
0.2<D≤0.4
dot shape (mm)
8
Back Light
4. See (Note 1) for detailed
definition of 2 dots adjacent.
5. 2 dots adjacent defect is
accounted as 1 defect.
6. Distance : (Note 2)
N=0
L: ignore
Ignore
N≤ 4
N=0
Ignore
L≤2
N≤3
L>2
N=0
Ignore
N≤4
N=0
D≤0.2
Ignore
D≤0.2
Light leakage by
foreign articles
0.2<D≤0.5
(mm)
D>0.5
3. “2 dots adjacent” means the 2
sub-pixels in 2 adjacent pixels
or single pixel
N≤2
D>0.4
Bubbles, peeling in
0.2<D≤0.5
polarizer (mm)
2. Slight bright & dark dot do not
seen in 50% gray pattern is
ignored.
Ignore
L≤10
W>0.05
D>0.5
7
N≤6
N≤2
D≤0.15
Black/white spot, (Foreign
0.15<D≤0.5
circular matter) (mm)
D>0.5
D≤0.2
5
≥15
Remark
1. Test pattern : Full white or Full
black.
N≤4
N=0
Ignore
N≤4
N=0
Lamp defect
It’s not allowed
Pollution
It’s not allowed
Leakage
By 8% ND filter
5-18
Invisible; (Note 3, 4)
No
FLC48SXC8V
Specification (FJ)
Content
Clear mura (with clear border)
By 8% ND filter
(1)Test pattern : Full black/full
white/50% gray
Unclear mura (with unclear
By 8% ND filter
border)
Light or dark hor. & Vertical
By 8% ND filter
bands
By 8% ND filter
10 White dot spots
11 RGB segment defect
It is not allowed
9 Mura (mm)
12 Vertical or horizontal line(s) defect
Remarks
(2)Invisible, (Note 3, 4)
Invisible
It is not allowed
13 Light bands defect
It is not allowed
14 Over shoot (RGB)
It is not allowed
15 Tab defect (Black strip with no image)
It is not allowed
16 Block noise
It is not allowed
17 White or black screen (no video)
It is not allowed
18 Screen break
It is not allowed
19 Panel noise (Twinkling)
It is not allowed
20 Newton ring number
N= 0
21 Rubbing mark
Rubbingless
22 Mottling (Non-uniformity or mura)
By 8% ND filter
Invisible; (Note 3, 4)
23 Dim line (Vth shift line)
By 8% ND filter
Invisible; (Note 3, 4)
24 Line defective
N=0
Pattern: Black, white
25 Fungus (mm)
By 8% ND filter
Invisible; Pattern: 50% gray
Note 1 : Detailed definition of 2 dots adjacent is as follows.
Dot defect distance category is not applied to the dot defects categorized in 2 dots adjacent.
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
R
R
R
R
G
G
G
G
B
B
B
B
Both Horizontal and Vertical are allowed
Note 2 : Definition of Defective distance is as follows. Defective distance is specified among bright dots and
among dark dots each, as bright dot and dark dot are not seen at the same screen.
Note 3 : How to use 8% ND filter.
A: Measurement
(1) The distance between LCD with ND filter : 3 cm
(2) The viewing distance between LCD with inspector : 35 cm
B: Criteria : Invisible
Note 4 : Note 5 also use for ViewSonic 8%ND filter Mura judgement.
5-19
3. Inspection of PLUG & PLAY communication and OSD for model name/ serial number
3.1 System Connection
This system should be connected as shown below.
PROGRAM
P a rt N o . 5 9 9 9 1 0 5 5 2
D V I to D -S U B S ig n a l C a b le (S p e c ia l)
P a rt N o . 5 9 9 9 1 0 6 0 4
M O N IT O R
D -S U B S ig n a l C a b le
PC
S ig n a l O u t
B T yp e
S ig n a l O u t
A T yp e
A U T O A D J I/F B O X
S ig n a l In
P C In
DC +5V
P rin te r C a b le
C O N N E C T O R (P o w e r S u p p ly )
P a rt N o . 5 9 9 9 1 0 5 9 4
The pins
of
there
points cuts
it.
DVI to D-SUB Signal Cable (Special)
(Part No. : 599910604)
3.2 Input Signal
Horizontal sync frequency: Not specified.
Vertical sync frequency: Not specified.
Because a writing equipment is in the signal-less condition at the time of EDID data writing, OSD of "NO Signal"
is indicated on the screen.
5-20
3.3 Operational procedures
1. Start PNP.EXE from DOS mode or the Windows DOS prompt.
2. Operation key assignment
• Determine the operation mode with the F1 ~ F9 and ESC keys.
F1: Setting file changeover for respective models
F4: EDID data for reading
F5: D-SUB connector (Analog) for writing (EDID data)
F8: DVI-D connector (Digital) for writing (EDID data)
F9: D-SUB (Analog) and D-VI-D (Digital) for writing (Write ALL)
ESC: End of program
3. Press the F1 key and enter an input of setting file for the related model. Press the Enter key.
File name
Model
08EA1AAF
LCD1920NX
4. Writing and inspection procedures
In this section, explanations are given in regard to an example of procedures used for the writing and
inspection of all items.
a. The D-SUB connector terminal of the writing equipment and AUTO ADJ I/F BOX are connected with
the D-SUB signal cable.
b. Press the F9 key (write ALL).
c.
Since the screen is changed over to the one that waits for an input of serial number, examine the serial
number of the set, enter it from the keyboard, and press the Enter key.
The message of the screen:
Model Name "LCD1920NX"
Input serial number (Enter only: Use previous number)
d. EDID data writing for the D-SUB (ANALOG)
When the Enter key is pressed, the EDID data of the D-SUB (ANALOG) are written.
The message of the screen:
Input 1 File 1 set N/A (Hit any key)
e. EDID data writing for the DVI-D (DIGITAL)
The DVI-D connector terminal of the writing device and AUTO ADJ I/F BOX are connected with the DVI
to D-SUB Signal Cable (Special).
When the Enter key is pressed, the EDID data of the DVI-D (DIGITAL) are written.
The message of the screen:
Input 2 File 2 set N/A (Hit any key)
5-21
f.
Upon normal completion, a screen display is presented "OK".
g. A power-supply switch is switched off -> turned on, A signal generator (There is no designation in the
input signal.) and a writing equipment are connected with the D-SUB signal cable directly.
h. Display “INFORMATION” of the OSD, and confirm that the model name (LCD1920NX) and serial
number have been correctly written.
3.4 EDID data file
The EDID data file text is shown below. When you write or inspect EDID for this monitor, the following table can
be used.
file name : EDID-208.TXT
EDID-208 (Analog)
00
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
00
10
*1)
21
01
13
52
45
00
1
FF
0C
*2)
50
01
00
0E
43
32
*3)
2
FF
01
3
FF
03
4
FF
0E
5
FF
26
6
FF
1E
7
00
8C
8
38
EA
9
A3
2C
A
DE
95
B
65
A6
C
01
58
D
01
4A
E
01
9A
F
01
26
54
01
78
00
20
34
BF
01
2D
0A
4C
30
EF
01
11
20
43
30
80
01
00
20
44
30
71
30
00
20
31
30
4F
2A
1E
20
39
31
81
00
00
20
32
51
80
98
00
20
30
41
01
51
00
00
4E
0A
01
00
FD
00
58
20
01
2A
00
00
00
20
01
40
32
FC
00
20
01
30
4B
00
00
00
01
70
1E
4E
FF
F4
*4)
Table 1 Data list (Management number : EDID-208)
file name : EDID-209.TXT
EDID-209 (Digital)
00
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
00
10
*1)
21
01
13
52
45
00
1
FF
0C
*2)
50
01
00
0E
43
32
*3)
2
FF
01
3
FF
03
4
FF
80
5
FF
26
6
FF
1E
7
00
8C
8
38
EA
9
A3
2C
A
DE
95
B
65
A6
C
01
58
D
01
4A
E
01
9A
F
01
26
54
01
78
00
20
34
BF
01
2D
0A
4C
30
EF
01
11
20
43
30
80
01
00
20
44
30
71
30
00
20
31
30
4F
2A
1E
20
39
31
81
00
00
20
32
51
80
98
00
20
30
41
01
51
00
00
4E
0A
01
00
FD
00
58
20
01
2A
00
00
00
20
01
40
32
FC
00
20
01
30
4B
00
00
00
01
70
1E
4E
FF
82
*4)
Table 2 Data list (Management number : EDID-209)
Note 1: address 10h
Week of manufacture = Month of manufacture × 4
Note 2: address 11h
Year of manufacture - 1990
Note 3: address 71h ~ 7Dh
Serial Number (ASCII coded)
If less than 13 char, terminate with 0Ah and fill the rests with 20h.
Note 4: address 7Fh
Checksum
The sum of entire 128 byte shall be equal to 00h.
5-22
TROUBLE SHOOTING
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1. Power is not available .......................................................................................................... 6-2
2. No image display ................................................................................................................. 6-3
2.1 LED light, but no OSD, no back light and no image .......................................................... 6-3
2.2 LED green, and no OSD and no back light ........................................................................ 6-4
2.3 LED green, and OSD present, but no image ..................................................................... 6-5
3. Picture errors ....................................................................................................................... 6-6
3.1 High-light in white or black
............................................................................................... 6-6
3.2 Image is unclear ................................................................................................................. 6-7
3.3 Image noise ....................................................................................................................... 6-8
4. Others operational error ....................................................................................................... 6-9
4.1 DDC read error .................................................................................................................. 6-9
4.2 Back light malfunction ........................................................................................................ 6-9
5. Switching power circuit failure ........................................................................................... 6-10
Note
Prior to the diagnostic servicing for troubleshooting, the following items should be examined to
confirm the freedom from abnormality:
(1) Power supply voltage: 100 to 240VAC
(2) Input signal: 1280 x 1024 (60Hz), recommended (Separate)
A: Analog D-SUB input
Display pattern
RGB 0.7Vp-p (when terminated with 75Ω)
Display not in black
(3) All connectors shall be correctly connected in the unit.
< Explanations below are based on the analog D-SUB input.>
6-1
1. POWER is not available
Confirm if there is any withdrawal of internal cables, disconnection, etc.
Is +12V available at W09 on MB.?
NO
YES
Failure point
Check the power adapter.
Is +5Vx system ok?
+5Vx for system. (Pin7 for IC22)
NO
Failure point
1) Check fuse (F1) ok?
2) Check ZD04; Z03 ok?
3) Check switching power IC (include L33, D19, IC20,
IC12…) ok?
YES
Is panel power ok?
VLCD for panel power. (Pin5 for IC22)
NO
Failure point
1) Check fuse (F1) ok?
2) Check ZD04; Z03 ok?
3) Check switching power IC (include L34, D20, IC20,
IC12…) is ok?
YES
Is +5V system ok? (Pin5 for IC18)
NO
YES
Failure point
Check MOSFET. (IC18)
Power of ADC is available? (C79)
NO
Failure point
1) Check IC08 (1117-adj) ok.
2) Value of R198, R199 is correct?
YES
The power of scalar IC, LVDS is available? (IC02;IC36;IC37)
NO
Failure point
1) Check IC31 (7588-adj) ok?
2) value of R80,R128 is correct?
YES
The power of TMDS is available? (C171)
NO
YES
Failure point
1) Check Q10 (A673); D115(1N4004); D116(11DQ06).
2) Check IC11 (SiI153B or SiI161) ok?
END
6-2
2. No image display
2.1 LED green, but no OSD, no back light and no image
Is the LED turned green when
a power switch is pressed?
NO
Is +12V power source ok ? (It means +12V
power is connect to W09 and ok?)
NO
Failure point
Check power adapter .
Check W04 to display BD.
Control wire is ok?
YES
Is the OSD displayed?
NO
Failure point
Go to “no OSD and no back light”.
YES
Is an image displayed?
NO
Failure point
Go to “OSD presented but no image”.
YES
Normal
6-3
2.2 LED green, and no OSD and no back light
Is +12V available at L01and L02?
NO
Failure point
Check the power supply (Adapter).
YES
Is +12V is available at W05 Pin1, 2, 3: +12V for Inverter, and Pin8: +5V ok?
NO
Failure point
Check JP01 and IC18, and inverter control circuit.
YES
Is 5V available at IC22 Pins 5, 6, 7, 8? (Pin5, 6 are system power; Pins7,8 are panel power)
NO
Failure point
Check power system circuit of +5Vx and VLCD.
YES
Is there a clock signal at IC25 Pins 18,19? (Is CPU working?)
NO
Failure point
Check XR02 (Crystal) ok?
YES
Is +5V is available at W07 Pin1, 2, 3.
NO
Failure point
Check IC22.
YES
Is LVDS signal input to panel? (Is W07 connected to panel correctly?)
NO
YES
Failure point
Check LVDS signal cable and W07.
Failure point
Check panel is ok.
OK
END
6-4
2.3 LED green, and OSD present, but no image
Is there a VIDEO signal at W01,and H-sync V-sync ok?
NO
Is there Digital (DVI) signal input on W06?
YES
Is there a digital signal output available of
IC11 (H, V, CLK, DE, data)?
YES
Is there a H-sync, clock, data output
available of IC01?
NO
Failure point
1) Check the power of IC08
2) Check H-sync circuit
3) Check IC01 if ok
YES
Is there a available signal output IC02?
NO
Failure point
1) Check power of IC02 (IC31, R128, R80)
2) Check IC02 if ok.
YES
Is there a available signal at IC36, IC37?
YES
Is signal output to panel ok? (Is W07
signal transfer to W07 to panel CN1 ok?)
NO
Failure point
1) Check W07 on PCB BD.
2) Check LVDS signal cable ok?
END
6-5
Failure point
1) Check power of IC11.
2) Check IC11 if ok.
3. Picture errors
3.1 High-light in white or black
Is High-light in white or black?
OK
Normal
NG
Use [AUTO CONTRAST] to adjust video
gain and black-level offset value.
OK
Normal
NG
Is the RGB input maintained at 0.7Vp-p
in L20, L21, and L22?
NG
Failure point
Adjust the input on the signal side to 0.7Vp-p again.
Then, use [AUTO CONTRAST] in this mode again.
NG
OK
Normal
OK
Is the RGB input maintained at 0.7Vp-p
at IC01 Pins 7, 15, and 22?
NG
Failure point
Check L23, L25, and L26, and also the signal source.
OK
Failure point
Check the conditions at IC01Pins 29 and 30.
6-6
3.2 Image is unclear
Are image still unclear even though [H-SIZE]
and [FINE TUNE] are adjusted?
OK
Normal
NG
Is the display used in the ENLARGE mode?
YES
Failure point
1) Change to resolution of 1280x1024.
2) Adjust [SMOOTHING] function.
NG
Replace the connection cable that is extended
toward the PC.
OK
Normal
NG
Failure point
Check waveforms on L20, L21, L22 (Is the R,
G, B signal sourceclear?).
OK
END
* For the auto-sync processing of H/V-POSITION, H-SIZE, and FINE TUNE, it is
necessary to use images in the outermost periphery of the video activity area.
During adjustments, use images of full-screen display by WINDOWS.
6-7
3.3 Image noise
Is the image still unclear even though
H-SIZE and FINE TUNE are adjusted?
OK
Normal
NG
Replace the video cable that is connected
to the PC.
OK
Normal
NG
Is there any change in the noise when the
contrast is adjusted?
YES
Failure point
Analog
Digital
NO
: Check power, output signal and
peripheral circuit of IC01.
: Check power, output signal and
peripheral circuit of IC11.
Failure point
Analog
Digital
: Confirm the input signal level of D-SUB (Pin10, Pin6 of IC06)
: 1) Confirm the Video card Driver IC frequency if over specification.
2) Check DVI signal cable.
6-8
4. Others operational error
4.1 DDC read error
1) D-SUB
• Check the power supply for IC26.
• Check the clock signal waveform at Pin 6 of IC26 and the data waveform at Pin 5.
2) DVI
• Check the power supply for IC14(24C02).
• Check the clock signal waveform at IC14 Pin 6 and the data waveform at Pin 5.
4.2 Back light malfunction
• Check for loose cabbles, if any.
• Is 12V available at W05 Pins1, 2, 3?
• Is W05 Pin 8 maintained at 4.5V or above, and Pin7 at 0~5V ? If there is still no lighting even though the
above-mentioned voltages are maintained, then the inverter PCB is considered to be out of order.
6-9
5. Switching power circuit failure
Is +12V power source available?
(IC18 pin7, 8)
1) Make sure that the voltage
and GND approximate +5V.
2) Make sure that the voltage
and GND approximate +5V
3) Make sure that the voltage
and GND approximate +5V.
4) Make sure that the voltage
and GND approximate +5V.
NO
of between IC18 pin1
of between IC22 pin5
of between IC22 pin7
of between IC18 pin5
Failure point
1) Check Adapter.
2) Check F1 (fuse).
3) Check JP01.
YES
Is +5Vx ok? (This is all TTL IC
power source)
Make sure that the voltage of
between IC22 pins 7, 8 and GND
approximately 5V.
NO
Is IC22 Pin 1 +5V?
YES
Failure point
Check over voltage protection circuit
work? (IC20 pin14 High level)
NO
Failure point
1) Check IC20 Pi 7 approximately +5.1V. (ZD04)
2) Check IC21 and IC22 if broken.
3) Check D19, L33, IC12, IC20 if any one break.
YES
Is VLCD approximately 5V?(This
is panel power source)
1Make sure that the voltage of
between IC22 pin 5 and pin6 to
GND approximate 5V.
Is IC22 Pin 3 about +5V?
YES
NO
Failure point
Check over voltage protection circuit
work? (IC20 Pin13 High level)
Failure point
Failed
Check power of IC18 Pin 5 and
Pin 6 is 5V. (This is ADC, Scalar,
LVDS power source)
1) Check IC20 Pin 5 approximate +5V.
2) Check IC19 and IC22 if broken.
3) Check D20, L34, IC12, IC20 if any one is broken?
NO
YES
Failure point
1) Check IC25 Pin 3 (CPU) if Low-level.
2) Check IC18 ok?
Next page
6-10
CONTNUE
Is C79 “+” approximately 3.5V?
NO
Failure point
1) Check +5V ok?
2) Check IC08 ok?
3) Check the value of R198, R199.
YES
Is C65 “+” approximately 3.5V?
NO
Failure point
1) Check +5V ok?
2) Check IC31 ok?
3) Check the value of R80, R218.
YES
Is C172 “+” approximately 3.5V?
(Digital signal input and change to digital
source when input analog at the same time)
NO
Failure point
Check the following parts:
D115 (1N4004),D116(11DQ06),Q10,R145,R146
YES
Check the power of IC18 pin5 and pin6 is
under 1V. (When system is into power
saving mode)
YES
Failure point
Check the following parts:
Q03, R87, IC23, IC25
NO
END
6-11
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
1. Summary .............................................................................................................................. 7-2
2. Circuit description ................................................................................................................ 7-3
2.1 System block diagram ........................................................................................................ 7-3
2.2 Analog signal input circuit .................................................................................................. 7-4
2.3 A/D converter ..................................................................................................................... 7-5
2.4 AM121-2 and peripheral circuits ........................................................................................ 7-7
2.4.1 General description ......................................................................................................... 7-7
2.4.2 AM121-2 internal block diagram ..................................................................................... 7-8
2.4.3 Circuit diagram ................................................................................................................ 7-9
2.4.4 Pin description .............................................................................................................. 7-10
2.4.5 Function description ...................................................................................................... 7-13
2.5 Reset signal generator circuit .......................................................................................... 7-13
2.6 CPU (MTV112MN32) description ..................................................................................... 7-14
2.6.1 CPU internal block ........................................................................................................ 7-14
2.6.2 Features ........................................................................................................................ 7-14
2.6.3 Pin description .............................................................................................................. 7-15
2.6.4 H/V-sync processing ..................................................................................................... 7-16
2.6.5 DDC & IIC interface ...................................................................................................... 7-17
2.7 LVDS description ............................................................................................................. 7-18
2.7.1 Circuit ............................................................................................................................ 7-18
2.7.2 General description ....................................................................................................... 7-19
2.7.3 Function block diagram ................................................................................................. 7-19
2.8 DDC circuit description .................................................................................................... 7-20
2.8.1 Analog circuit ................................................................................................................ 7-20
2.8.2 Digital circuit .................................................................................................................. 7-20
2.8.3 General description ....................................................................................................... 7-20
2.9 Power system circuit and description .............................................................................. 7-21
2.10 Over voltage protection .................................................................................................. 7-22
2.11 TMDS signal process ..................................................................................................... 7-23
2.11.1 Circuit and description ................................................................................................. 7-23
2.11.2 Chip general description ............................................................................................. 7-24
2.11.3 Features ...................................................................................................................... 7-24
2.11.4 Pin description ............................................................................................................. 7-25
2.12 Waveforms ..................................................................................................................... 7-28
7-1
1.Summary
LCD1920NX is a dual input, multi-frequency and multi mode color TFT LCD monitor. It supports different
resolutions including SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA and other various high-resolution modes up to 1280x1024 for
IBM, PC compatibles, Power PC and Macintosh. LCD1920NX uses a TFT LCD panel with a 0.294mm pixel
pitch, providing 16.7 million color image.
As the previous block diagram illustrates, LCD1920NX uses the Analog/Digital Interface Controller (IC02)
ASIC for mode detection and resolution scaling from its preset values. Digital input we use SiL 153B (IC11).
To extract TMDS link. The purpose of the two set of PLL is to provide the clock from multiple horizontal
synchronous frequencies. The AD9884 (IC01), include PLL1 and A/D converters sample clock. PLL2
produces the LCD panel’s pixel clock with the TLC2933 (IC03).
Furthermore, each TFT LCD monitor uses the 24LC21 (IC26) chip to provide DDC2B with Analog Plug &
Play, 24C02 (IC14) for digital interface Plug & Play. The DDC data format is EDID v1.3.
Upon receiving video signal input, the Analog Interface Controller (Digital Process and Control System) will
trigger the mode detection function such that the internal controls can use the ROM preset information to
drive the Analog Interface Controller. In addition, the preset values can determine A/D converter clock; LCD
pixel clock; line buffer input/output rate; V-Sync and H-Sync pulse width; back porch and front porch to
provide optimal performance for the TFT LCD monitors.
Digital process and control system allows uses to control OSM menu values to change monitor setting that
includes Auto-SYNC , AUTO-CONTRAST, brightness, contrast, color adjust, H/V position and H size. The
following sections are a breakdown of the TFT LCD display control boards major section.
7-2
SOG
comp.
7-3
74F153
5V
5Vx
24LC21
for
analog
DDC
Speaker
24LC08
control
Power
system
SDA
-5V for DDC
Vbk
Digital
SCL
Digital
12V in
V
H
sepreater
Volume control
SCL&SDA
SCL&SDA
Vbk
Audio input
W10
Audio AMP.
CPU
MTV112
V-sync
H-sync
V-sync
H-sync
V-sync
H and V
phase
detect
circuit
H-sync
R G B
PLL IC
DVI
Digital input
W06
24 bit
TLC2933
SiI153B
clock
Href
D-SUB
Rin
Gin
Bin
SCL SDA +5V for ddc
Digital
DDC
V-sync
H-sync
Detection
input mode
control
register
generator
clock
SOG
G
B
24LC08
EEPROM
interface
AM121-2
SCALER
center
control
Divider
AD9884
ADC
R
OSD
generator
MTV118
OSD mix
Scaling &
Dithering
Digital Data
24 bit
PD
panel
TFT
PWR_DN
64LC83
LVDS
H, V, DE, CLK, data
VLCD
Power
sequency
control
circuit
2. Circuit description
2.1 System block diagram
2.2 Analog signal input circuit
This product uses 74F153 as a signal switch in order to support composite SYNC and SYNC on Green
timings. The MPU (IC25) in this product provides the differential function to the Composite SYNC, so the
SYNC processor circuit is simplified. The free run function in this product also make user to easily know the
input signal is out of product specification or interrupted. When separat SYNC is detected through the V-in
and H-in, MPU will set both the H-select and V-select will be X0, Y0 and MPU select digital interface will set
IC06 X1, Y1 and MPU select SYNC on Green H-Sync set to X2, V-Sync set to Y2, when composite is select
X3, Y3.
V-composite is the vertical sync separated from the composite sync through MPU. And IC01 (AD9884)
extracts H-Sync from Green. On the other hand, external system read IC26 EDID data by SDA and SCL
buses.
Signal switch of IC06(74F153)
MPU detect mode
A
B
L
L
Separator
L
H
Digital
H
L
Sync on green
H
H
Composite
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2.3 A/D converter
The A/D converter (IC01) is used to convert the RGB video signals of about 0.7Vp-p into the digital signals of
odd-numbered and even-numbered pixels of 8 bits each, 48 bits in total. In regard to the clocks for
conversion into digital signals, the built-in PLL is used to generate the clock signals inside the IC01, based on
the horizontal sync signal.
The video signal passes through the built-in pre-amplifier, and is then A/D-converted by the sampling clock
signal generated from the above-mentioned PLL circuit.
The registers intended for the setting of the clamp level and the pre-amplifier gain are controlled through the
IIC bus of Pins 29 to 30. C81, C82, and R50 connected to Pin 45 are used to compose a loop filter intended
to generate the PLL clock signals. If this section becomes out of order, it is impossible to accomplish normal
reproduction of images.
During the entry of the SOG input and the composite sync input, the vertical blanking period and the PLL
circuit are held by the coast signal input fed from Pin 41. If this signal is not available, the clock frequency is
changed during the vertical period and a curve may be produced at the upper part of the screen.
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The AD9884 is a complete 8-bit 140MSPS, monolithic graphics digitizer optimized for digitizing RGB
graphics signals from personal computers and workstations. Its 140MSPS encode rate capability and
full-power analog bandwidth of 500MHz supports display resolutions of up to 1280x1024 at 75Hz with
sufficient input bandwidth to accurately acquire and digitize each pixel. To minimize system cost and power
dissipation, the AD9884 includes +1.25V reference, PLL to generate a pixel clock from HSYNC and COAST,
and programmable gains, offset, and clamp control. The user provides only a +3.3V power supply, analog
input, and HSYNC and COAST signals. Three-state CMOS outputs may be powered from 2.5V to 3.3V.
The AD9884’s on-chip PLL generates a pixel clock from HSYNC and COAST inputs. Pixel clock output
frequencies range from 20 to 140MHz. PLL clock jitters is 500ps p-p typical relative to the input reference.
When the COAST signal is presented, the PLL maintain its output frequency in the absence of HSYNC. A
sampling phase adjustment is provided. Data, HSYNC and Clock output phase relationships are maintained.
The PLL can be disabled and external clock input provided as the pixel clock.
A clamp signal is generated internally or may be provided by the user through the CLAMP input pin. This
device is fully programmable via a two wire serial port. Fabricated in an advanced CMOS process, the
AD9884 is provided in a space-saving 128-lead MQFP surface mount plastic package and is specified over
the 0°C to +85°C temperature range.
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2.4 AM121-2and peripheral circuits
The AM121-2 is enhanced version of the AM100 chip. It is an IC designed for dual-interface SXGA TFT LCD
monitors. A dual-interface LCD monitor takes analog or digital RGB signals from a personal computer
graphics card. This feature makes a dual-interface LCD monitor.
2.4.1 General description
The analog input RGB signals are first sampled by six channels of the 8-bit A/D converter, and the 48-bit
RGB data is then fed into AM121-2. For digital interface, the input data is first received by a TMDS receiver,
and the 24/48 bit RGB output data of TMDS receiver is then fed into AM121-2. Without any manual
adjustment, AM101 is capable of performing automatic detection of the display resolution and timing of input
signals generated from various PC graphic cards. AM121-2 then automatically scales the input image to fill
the full screen of the LCD monitor. AM121-2 can interface with TFT LCD panels from various manufacturers
by generating either 24-bit or 48-bit RGB signal to the LCD panel based upon the timing parameters saved in
the EEPROM.
The AM121-2 implements four advanced display technologies:
Advanced mode detection and auto-calibration without any external CPU assist
Advanced programmable interpolation algorithm
Stand-alone mode support, and
Advanced true color support with both dithering and frame modulation
The AM121-2 also provides distinguished system features to the TFT LCD monitor solution. The first one is
“plug-and-play”, and the second one is “cost-effective system solution”. To be truly plug-and-display, the
AM121-2 performs automatic input mode detection and auto phase calibration, so the LCD monitor can
ensure that the A/D converters’ sample clock is precisely synchronized with the input video data, and to
preserve the highest image bandwidth for the highest image quality. Furthermore, the AM121-2 can generate
output video even when the input signal is beyond the specifications or no input signal is fed.
For “cost-effective system solution”, the AM121-2 implements many system support features such as OSM
mixer, error status indicators, 2-wire serial interface for both EEPROM and host CPU interface. Another
important contributing factor is that the AM121-2 does not require external frame buffer memory for the
automatic image
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2.4.2 AM121-2 internal block diagram
Input mode detection and auto calibration
AM121-2 can handle up to 14 different modes, it can automatically detect the mode and scaling.
Buffer memory and read/write control
The AM121-2 uses internal buffer memory to store a portion of the input image for image scaling and
output synchronization.
Image scaling, interpolation and dithering
The AM121-2 supports both automatic image scaling and interpolation. It supports 16.7million true color
for a 6-bit panel. Two dithering algorithms are implemented and users can chose between them through
the external micro-controller.
OSM mixer and LCD interface
At the output stage, the AM121-2 performs the OSM mixer function, and then generates the 24-bit/48-bit
RGB signal to the LCD panel with the correct timing.
EEPROM interface
As mentioned in previous sections, the external EEPROM (IC07—24LC08) stores crucial information for
the AM121-2 internal operations. The AM121-2 interfaces with the EEPROM through a 2-wire serial
interface.
CPU interface
The Am121-2 supports a 2-wire serial interface to an external CPU. The interface allows the external CPU
to access and modify control register inside the AM121-2.
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2.4.3 Circuit diagram
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2.4.4 Pin description
Symbol
B_IN10
B_IN11
B_IN12
B_IN13
DATA_SEL
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
I/O
I
I
I
I
I
B_IN14
B_IN15
B_IN16
B_IN17
ROM_SCL
ROM_SDA
GND
CPU_SCL
CPU_SDA
PWM_CTL
CLK_1M
VDD
CLK_1M_O
RESET_B
R_OSM
G_OSM
B_OSM
EN_OSM
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
I
I
I
I
O
I/O
I
I/O
O
I
SCAN_EN
TEST_EN
VCLK01
FCLK0
VCLK00
FCLK1
VCLK1
HSYNC_O
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
I
I
I
O
I
O
I
O
VSYNC_O
32
O
DCLK_OUT
33
O
DE_OUT
34
O
GND
VDD
R_OUT0_E
R_OUT1_E
R_OUT2_E
R_OUT3_E
VDD
R_OUT5_E
GND
R_OUT6_E
R_OUT7_E
GND
35
36
37
38
39
40
46
47
48
49
50
51
O
I
I
I
I
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Description
Channel B Data Input Color Blue (LSB)
Channel B Data Input Color Blue
Channel B Data Input Color Blue
Channel B Data Input Color Blue
Indicate Channel A or Channel B contains valid input data:
1: data in Channel A is valid
0: data in Channel B is valid
Channel B Data Input Color Blue
Channel B Data Input Color Blue
Channel B Data Input Color Blue
Channel B Data Input Color Blue (MSB)
SCL in I2C for EEPROM interface
SDA in I2C for EEPROM interface
Ground
SCL in I2C for CPU interface
SDA in I2C for CPU interface
PWM control signal (Detail description in PWM Operation Section)
Free Running Clock (default: 1MHz)
Power Supply
Feedback of free Running Clock
System Reset (active LOW)
OSM Color Red
OSM Color Green
OSM Color Blue
OSM Mixer Enable
=0,
No OSM output
=1,
R_OUT[7:0] = {R_OSM repeat 8 times}
G_OUT[7:0] = {G_OSM repeat 8 times}
B_OUT[7:0] = {B_OSM repeat 8 times}
Manufacturing test pin (NC)
Manufacturing test pin (NC)
Input Clock 1
Input PLL Feedback Clock
Input Clock 0
Output PLL Feedback Clock
Output PLL Output Clock
Output HSYNC (the polarity is programmable through CPU,
default is active low)
Output VSYNC (the polarity is programmable through CPU,
default is active low)
Output Clock to Control Panel (the polarity is Programmable
through CPU)
Output Display Enable for Panel (the polarity is Programmable
through CPU, default is active HIGH)
Ground
Power Supply
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Power Supply
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Ground
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Red Even Pixel (left pixel)
Ground
7-10
R_OUT0_O
R_OUT1_O
R_OUT2_O
R_OUT3_O
VDD
R_OUT4_O
R_OUT5_O
R_OUT6_O
R_OUT7_O
GND
G_OUT0_E
G_OUT1_E
G_OUT2_E
G_OUT3_E
G_OUT4_E
VDD
G_OUT5_E
G_OUT6_E
G_OUT7_E
GND
GND
G_OUT0_O
G_OUT1_O
G_OUT2_O
G_OUT3_O
VDD
G_OUT4_O
G_OUT5_O
G_OUT6_O
G_OUT7_O
GND
GND
B_OUT0_E
B_OUT1_E
B_OUT2_E
B_OUT3_E
B_OUT4_E
B_OUT5_E
B_OUT6_E
VDD
VDD
B_OUT7_E
GND
B_OUT0_O
B_OUT1_O
B_OUT2_O
B_OUT3_O
VDD
B_OUT4_O
B_OUT5_O
B_OUT6_O
B_OUT7_O
GND
R_IN00
R_IN01
R_IN02
R_IN03
VDD
R_IN04
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
I
I
I
I
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Power Supply
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Red Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Ground
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Power Supply
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Green Even Pixel (left pixel)
Ground
Ground
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Power Supply
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Green Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Ground
Ground
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Power Supply
Power Supply
Output Color Blue Even Pixel (left pixel)
Ground
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Power Supply
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Output Color Blue Odd Pixel (right pixel)
Ground
Channel A Data Input Color Red (LSB)
Channel A Data Input Color Red
Channel A Data Input Color Red
Channel A Data Input Color Red
Power Supply
Channel A Data Input Color Red
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R_IN05
R_IN06
R_IN07
R_IN10
R_IN11
GND
R_IN12
R_IN13
VDD
R_IN14
R_IN15
R_IN16
R_IN17
GND
G_IN00
G_IN01
G_IN02
G_IN03
VDD
G_IN04
G_IN05
ADC_CLK0
G_IN06
G_IN07
GND
G_IN10
G_IN11
ADC_CLK1
G_IN12
G_IN133
VDD
G_IN14
G_IN15
G_IN16
G_IN17
GND
B_IN00
B_IN01
B_IN02
VDD
B_IN03
B_IN04
B_IN05
B_IN06
B_IN07
GND
HSYNC_I
VSYNC_I
DE_IN
VDD
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
O
I
I
I
I
O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Channel A Data Input Color Red
Channel A Data Input Color Red
Channel A Data Input Color Red (MSB)
Channel B Data Input Color Red (LSB)
Channel B Data Input Color Red
Ground
Channel B Data Input Color Red
Channel B Data Input Color Red
Power Supply
Channel B Data Input Color Red
Channel B Data Input Color Red
Channel B Data Input Color Red
Channel B Data Input Color Red (MSB)
Ground
Channel A Data Input Color Green (LSB)
Channel A Data Input Color Green
Channel A Data Input Color Green
Channel A Data Input Color Green
Power Supply
Channel A Data Input Color Green
Channel A Data Input Color Green
Sample Clock for ADC 0
Channel A Data Input Color Green
Channel A Data Input Color Green (MSB)
Ground
Channel B Data Input Color Green (LSB)
Channel B Data Input Color Green
Sample Clock for ADC 1
Channel B Data Input Color Green
Channel B Data Input Color Green
Power Supply
Channel B Data Input Color Green
Channel B Data Input Color Green
Channel B Data Input Color Green
Channel B Data Input Color Green (MSB)
Ground
Channel A Data Input Color Blue (LSB)
Channel A Data Input Color Blue
Channel A Data Input Color Blue
Power Supply
Channel A Data Input Color Blue
Channel A Data Input Color Blue
Channel A Data Input Color Blue
Channel A Data Input Color Blue
Channel A Data Input Color Blue (MSB)
Ground
Input HSYNC (any polarity)
Input VSYNC (any polarity)
DE input for digital interface
Power Supply
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2.4.5 Functional description
The AM121-2 has the following major function block
Input mode detection and auto calibration block
Buffer memory and read/write control block
Image scaling, interpolation and dithering block
OSM mixer and LCD interface block
EEPROM interface block
CPU interface block
2.5 Reset signal generator circuit
Q30 is a reset IC. MPU (IC25) needs a reset signal if the monitor powered On and OFF. Q30 will create a
reset signal when +5Vx voltage is 4.2V. When we turn on the monitor and the +5Vx is increase to 4.2V, Q30
will create a reset signal to reset MPU(IC25 Pin 9) . Also when user turns OFF the monitor and +5Vx
decreases to 4.2V, Q30 will create a reset signal to reset the MPU and the reset time is about 100ms (MPU
needs 10ms to reset).
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2.6 CPU (MTV112MN32) description
2.6.1 CPU internal block
The MTV112MN32 micro-controller is an 8051 CPU core embedded device specially tailored to LCD monitor
applications. It includes an 8051 CPU core, 256 bytes SRAM, fourteen built-in PWMDACs, DDC1/DDC2B
interface, 24Cxx series EEPROM interface, A/D converter and a 32K bytes internal program EPROM.
2.6.2 Features
8051 core.
384 bytes internal RAM.
32K bytes program EPROM
14 channels 10V open drain PWM DAC, 10 dedicated channels and 4 channels shared with I/O pin.
20 bi-direction I/O pin, 12 dedicated pin, 4 shared with DAC, 4 shared with DDC/IIC interface.
3-output pin shared with H/V sync output and self test output pins.
SYNC processor for composite separation, polarity and frequency check, and polarity adjust.
Built-in monitor self-test pattern generator.
Built-in Low Power Reset circuit.
One slave mode IIC interface and one master mode IIC interface.
IIC interface for DDC1/DDC2B and EEPROM, only one EEPROM needed to store DDC1/DDC2B and
display mode information.
Dual 4 bit ADC.
Watch dog timer with programmable interval.
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2.6.3 Pin description
Name
P1.0
P1.1/HALFV
P1.2/HALFH
P1.3/HCLAMP
P1.4/AD2
P1.5/AD3
P1.6/AD0
P1.7/AD1
RST
HSCL/P3.0/Rxd
HSDA/P3.1/Txd
ISDA/P3.2/INT0
HSYNC
ISCL/P3.4/T0
VSYNC
HBLANK/P4.1
VBLANK/P4.0
X2
X1
VSS
P2.0/INT0
P2.1
P2.2
P2.3
DA13/P2.4
DA12/P2.5
DA11/P2.6
DA10/P2.7
STOUT/P4.2
DA9
DA8
DA7/P5.7
DA6/P5.6
DA5/P5.5
DA4/P5.4
DA3/P5.3
DA2/P5.2
DA1/P5.1
DA0/P5.0
VDD
Type
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I/O
I
O
O
O
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
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Pin#
40 42 44
1 1 2
2 2 3
3 3 4
4 4 5
5 5 6
6 6 7
7 7 9
8 8 10
9 9 11
10 10 12
11 11 13
12 12 14
13 13 15
14 14 16
15 15 17
16 17 19
17 18 20
18 19 21
19 20 22
20 21 23
21 22 24
22 23 25
23 24 26
24 25 27
25 26 28
26 27 30
27 28 31
28 29 32
29 30 33
30 32 34
31 33 35
32 34 36
33 35 37
34 36 38
35 37 39
36 38 41
37 39 42
38 40 43
39 41 44
40 42 1
Description
General purpose I/O
General purpose I/O / V-sync half frequency output.
General purpose I/O / H-sync half frequency output.
General purpose I/O / H-sync clamp pulse output.
General purpose I/O / ADC input.
General purpose I/O / ADC input.
General purpose I/O / ADC input.
General purpose I/O / ADC input.
Active high reset
IIC clock / General purpose I/O / Rxd
IIC data / General purpose I/O / Txd
IIC data / General purpose I/O / INT0
Horizontal SYNC or Composite SYNC
IIC clock / General purpose I/O / T0
Vertical SYNC
Horizontal blank / General purpose output
Vertical blank / General purpose output
Oscillator output
Oscillator input
Ground
General purpose I/O / INT0
General purpose I/O
General purpose I/O
General purpose I/O
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
Self-test video / General purpose output
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
PWM DAC output / General purpose I/O (open-drain)
Positive power supply
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2.6.4 H/V-sync processing
H/V Polarity Detection
The Polarity functions detect the input HSYNC/VSYNC high and low pulse duty pluse. If the high pluse
duration is longer than that of the low pluse, the negative polarity is asserted; otherwise, positive polarity is
asserted. The HPLchg interrupt is set when the Hpol value changes. The VPLchg interrupt is set when the
Vpol value changes.
Output HBLANK/VBLANK Control and Polarity Adjustment
The HBLANK is the mux output of HSYNC and self-test horizontal pattern. The VBLANK is the mux output
of VSYNC, CVSYNC and the self-test vertical pattern. The mux selection and output polarity are S/W
controllable. The VBLANK output is cut off when VSYNC frequency is over 200Hz or 133Hz depends on
8MHz/12MHz OSC selection. The HBLANK/VBLANK shares the output pin with P4.1/P4.0
VSYNC interrupt
MTV112MN32 checks the VSYNC input pluse and generates an interrupt at its leading edge. The
VSYNC1 flag is set each time MTV112MN32 detects a VSYNC pluse.
H/V SYNC Processor Block Diagram
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2.6.5 DDC & IIC Interface
DDC1 Mode
MTV112MN32 enters DDC1 mode after Reset. In this mode, VSYNC is a data clock. The HSCL pin should
remain at high. The data output to the HSDA pin is taken from 8 bytes FIFO in MTV112MN32.
MTV112MN32 fetches the data byte from FIFO, then sends it in a 9-bit packet format which includes a null
bit (=1) as packet separator. The software program should load EDID data (original stored in EEPROM)
into FIFO and take care of the FIFO depth. FIFO sets the FIFOI (FIFO low interrupt) flag when there are
fewer than N (N=2,3,4 or 5 controlled by LS1, LS0) bytes to be output to the HSDA pin. To prevent FIFO
from emptying, software needs to write EDID data to FIFO as soon as FIFOI is set. On the other hand,
FIFO sets the FIFOI flag when its capacity is full. Software should not write additional data to FIFO in such
instance. The FIFOI interrupt can be masked or enabled by an EFIFO control bit. A simple way to control
FIFO is to set (LS1, LS0=1,0) and enable FIFOI interrupt, then software may load 4 bytes into FIFO each
time a FIFOI interrupt arises. A special control bit “LDFIFO” can reduce the software effort when EDID data
is stored in EEPROM. If LDFIFO=1, FIFO will be automatically loaded with MBUF data when software
reads MBUF XFR.
DDC2B Mode
MTV112MN32 switches to DDC2B mode when it detects a high to low transition on the HSCL pin. Once
MTV112MN32 enters DDC2B mode, the host can access the EEPROM using IIC bus protocol as if the
HSDA and HSCL are directly bypassed to ISDA and ISCL pins. MTV112MN32 will return to DDC1 mode if
HSCL is kept high for a 128 VSYNC clock period. However, it will lock in DDC2B mode if a valid IIC access
has been detected on HSCL/HSDA bus. The DDC2 flag reflects the current DDC status. S/W may clear it
by setting CLRDDC. Control bits M128/M256 are used to block the EEPROM write operating from the host
if the address is over 128/256.
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2.7 LVDS description
2.7.1 Circuit
The 48-bit digital signal output from the scaling IC (IC02) is entered in the LVDS transmitter (IC36, IC37). The
LVDS signal is transmitted from W07 to the panel control board, and decoded within this board.
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2.7.2 General description
The THC63LVDM83A transmitter converts 28 bit CMOS/TTL data into four LVDS (Low Voltage Differential
Signaling) data streams. A phase-locked transmit clock is transmitted in parallel with the data streams over a
fifth LVDS link. Every cycle of the transmit clock 28 bits of input data are sampled and transmitted. At a
transmit clock frequency of 65MHz, 24 bits of RGB data and 3bits of LCD timing and control data (HSYNC,
VSYNC, DATA ENABLE) are transmitted at a rate of 455 Mbps per LVDS data channel. Using a 65MHz clock,
the data throughput is 227 Mbytes/sec. The THC63LVDM83A transmitter can be programmed for Rising
edge strobe or Falling edge strobe through a dedicated pin. A Rising edge or Falling edge strobe transmitter
will inter operate with a Falling edge strobe Receiver without any translation logic.
This chipset is an ideal means to solve EMI and cable size problems associated with wide, high speed TTL
interfaces.
2.7.3 Functional block diagram
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2.8 DDC circuit description
2.8.1 Analog circuit
2.8.2 Digital circuit
2.8.3 General description
The EEPROM for DDC are two pieces (IC26, IC14) in analog and digital. The EDID of both IC are same data.
IC26 has DDC1 mode and DDC2B mode, but this circuit supported only DDC2B mode. IC14 only has
DDC2B.
The DDC2B communication uses the same line as Input 2 port. This mode activate at factory adjustment.
Therefore it is set into inactive in shipment. The DDC2B communication is processed in SUB-CPU.
Both Input port operates similar on DDC2B communication. Then following explanation is for D-SUB circuit.
When the power supply of the set is turned OFF, the VDD of IC26 is applied to Pin 9 of W01 and power is
through the D09. When the power supply of the set is turned ON, VDD is applied to IC22 through D09. Same
principle of IC14.
7-20
2.9 Power system circuit and description
The LCD1920NX uses an external power adaptor to provide the DC+12 voltage. In order to greatly reduce
the power consumption when in power saving stage, the circuit is used not only to convert the +12V to +5V,
but also to control the +5V ON/OFF status. When +12Vdc current enters W09 12V enters the whole system.
There are two regulators that convert the 12V to 5V. They are +5Vx and VLCD. The comparator of IC20 will
make the output of two regulators as a feed back to compare to the reference voltage. The compared result
will then control ON/OFF of IC19.
Time to achieve the voltage regulation affects ZD04 will create the reference voltage. Q13, Q14 and MC4049
are basically used to speed up the MOSFET ON/OFF switching time in order to reduce IC19 power
consumption. This product is also equiped with over-voltage protection circuit. When voltage of +5V at W09
is over 6Volts, IC20 Pin 14 will be pull high and Power MOS will be turned off, the voltage of +5Vx is not
support. The same theory of VLCD.
The +5V and VLCD source provide most of the required power for the LCD1920NX and LCD panel. When
system enter the power saving stage, the above two power sources will turn off through IC25 Pin 3. The +5V
source provides power to the CPU and SYNC processor, so it must be isolated from other power source.
When in power saving stage, IC25 Pin 3 will be set to low level to make the +5V and VLCD to be at cut off.
7-21
2.10 Over voltage protection
Over voltage protection is needed on any power system. If some failure occurs and the voltage of +5Vx is too
high, the power system has over voltage protection circuit. +5Vx system has a comparator (IC20-LM339), if
the voltage of IC20 Pin 9 is higher than ZD03, IC20 Pin 14 will generate a High level output and MOSFET will
turned OFF. And the +5Vx will not support of all system.
The same principle of VLCD. And protection voltage is about (Zener voltage 5V/22K)*(22K+4.7K)= 6.1V.
When voltage is over 6.1V, IC20 Pin 13 will output a High level output and VLCD will not support IC22
(MOSFET) .
7-22
2.11 TMDS signal process
2.11.1 Circuit and description
This product uses IC11 (SiL153B) for digital interface, IC14 (24C02) is digital interface DDC data and uses
W06 DVI interface for TMDS signal to IC11. When digital interface D6 is at Low level , Q10 is turned on and
power of IC11 is output through D115 and D116 and the power will support about 3.5V. IC11 generates DE,
CLK, H-Sync, V-Sync and data to AM121-2. When D6 is HIGH and Q10 is turned off, so IC11 will not support
the power. At same condition IC15 (74LS14) Pin 6 will transfer a LOW level and IC11 enters into Power down
status.
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2.11.2 Chip general description
IC11 uses PanelLink Digital technology to support displays ranging from VGA to SXGA (25-135MHz) which
is ideal for desktop and specialty applications. The SiL161 receiver supports up to true color panels (24
bit/pixel, 16.7M colors) in 1 or 2 pixels/clock mode, and also features an inter-pair skew tolerance up to 1 full
input clock cycle. In addition, the receiver output data is time staggered to reduce ground bounce which
affects EMI. Since all PanelLink products are designed on scaleable CMOS architecture to support future
performance requirements while maintaining the same logical interface. System designers can be assured
that the interface will be fixed through a number of the technology and performance generations. PanelLink
Digital technology simplifies PC design by resolving many of the system level issues associated with
high-speed digital design, providing the system designer with a digital interface solution that is quicker to
market and lower in cost.
2.11.3 Features
Scaleable Bandwidth : SXGA(25-135MHz)
Low Power 3.3V core operation & power-down mode
High Skew Tolerance : 1 full input clock cycle (15ns at 65MHz)
Time staggered data output for reduced ground bounce
Sync Detect for Plug & Display “Hot Plugging”
Cable Distance Support : over 5m with twisted-pair, fiber-optics ready
Compliant with : VESA® P&DTM , VESA®FPDI-2TM , VESA®TMDSTM , DFP Port
PIXS
DF
OCK_INV
EXT_RES
Termination
Control
RX2+
VCR
RX2-
Data
Recovery
CH2
24
DATA
SYNC2
SYNC2
24
CTL3
VCR
RX1-
Data
Recovery
CH1
SYNC1
Channel
SYNC
DATA
SYNC1
Decoder
CTL1
DATA
RX0+
VCR
Data
Recovery
CH0
VCR
PLL
RX0-
SYNC0
SYNC0
RXC+
RXCPDO
STAG_OUT
ST
7-24
QO[23:0]
ODCK
CTL2
RX1+
QE[23:0]
DE
Panel
Interface
Logic
HSYNC
VSYNC
SDCT
CTL1
VSYNC
CTL2
HSYNC
CTL3
2.11.4 Pin description
Pin Name
SCDT
Pin #
8
Type
Out
PDO
9
In
PD
2
In
Description
Sync Detect.
A HIGH level is outputted when DE is actively
toggling indicating that the link is alive. A LOW level
is outputted when DE is inactive, indicating the link
is down. Can be connected to PDO to power down
the outputs when DE is not detected. The SCDT
output itself, however, Remains in the active mode
at all times.
Output Driver Power Down (active LOW).
A HIGH level indicates normal operation. A LOW
level puts all the output drivers only (except SCDT
and CTL1) into a high impedance (tri-stats) mode. A
weak internal pull-down device brings each output
to ground. PDO is a sub-set of the PD description.
The chip is not in power-down mode with this pin.
There is an internal pull-up resistor that defaults the
chip to normal operation if left unconnected. SCDT
and CTL1 are not tri-stated by this pin.
Power Down (active LOW).
A HIGH level indicates normal operation and a
LOW level indicates power down mode. During
power down mode, all output buffers are disabled
and brought low, all analog logic is powered down,
and all inputs are disabled.
Differential Signal Data Pin Description
Pin Name
RX0+
Pin #
90
Type
Analog
RX0RX1+
RX1RX2+
RX2RXC+
91
85
86
80
81
93
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
RXCPDO
94
9
Analog
In
Description
TMDS Low Voltage differential Signal input data
pairs.
TMDS Low Voltage differential Signal input data
pairs.
Impedance Matching Control.
Resistor value should be ten times the
characteristic impedance of the cable. In the
common case of 50Ω transmission line, an external
500Ω resistor must be connected between AVCC
and this pin.
7-25
Output Pins Description
Pin Name
QE23 - QE0
Pin #
See SiL161A
Pin Diagram
Type
Out
Description
Output Even Data [23:0] corresponds to 24-bit pixel
data for 1-pixel/clock input mode and to the first
24-bit pixel data for 2-pixels/clock mode.
Output data is synchronized with output data clock
(ODCK).
Refer to the TFT Signal Mapping application note
(SiL/AN-0007) which tabulates the relationship
between the input data to the transmitter and output
data from the receiver.
QO23 - QO0
See SiL161A
Pin Diagram
Out
A low level on PD or PDO will put the output drivers
into a high impedance (tri-state) mode. A weak
internal pull-down device brings each output to
ground.
Output Odd Data [23:0] corresponds to the second
24-bit pixel data for 2-pixels/clock mode.
During 1-pixel/clock mode, these outputs are driven
low.
Output data is synchronized with output data clock
(ODCK).
Refer to the TFT Signal Mapping application note
(SiL/AN-0007) which tabulates the relationship
between the input data to the transmitter and output
data from the receiver.
ODCK
44
Out
DE
46
Out
HSYNC
VSYNC
CTL1
48
47
40
Out
Out
Out
CTL2
CTL3
41
42
Out
Out
A low level on PD or PDO will put the output drivers
into a high impedance (tri-state) mode. A weak
internal pull-down device brings each output to
ground.
Output Data Clock.
This output can be inverted using the OCK_INV pin.
A low level on PD or PDO will put the output driver
into a high impedance (tri-state) mode. A weak
internal pull-down device brings the output to
ground.
Output Data Enable.
This signal qualifies the active data area. A HIGH
level signifies active display time and a LOW level
signifies blanking time. This output signal is
synchronized with the output data. A low level on
PD or PDO will put the output driver into a high
impedance (tri-state) mode. A weak internal
pull-down device brings the output to ground.
Horizontal Sync input control signal.
Vertical Sync input control signal.
General output control signal 1.
This output is not powered down by PDO.
General output control signal 2.
General output control signal 3.
A low level on PD or PDO will put the output drivers
(except CTL1 by PDO) into a high impedance
(tri-state) mode. A weak internal pull-down device
brings each output to ground.
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Reserved Pin Description
Pin Name
Reserved
Pin #
99
Type
In
Description
Must be tied HIGH for normal operation.
Power and Ground Pin Description
Pin Name
VCC
GND
OVCC
OGND
AVCC
AGND
PVCC
PGND
Pin #
6,38,67
5,39,68
18,29,43,57,78
19,28,45,58,76
82,84,88,95
79,83,87,89,92
97
98
Type
Power
Ground
Power
Ground
Power
Ground
Power
Ground
Description
Digital Core VCC, must be set to 3.3V.
Digital Core GND.
Output VCC, must be set to 3.3V.
Output GND.
Analog VCC must be set to 3.3V.
Analog GND.
PLL Analog VCC must be set to 3.3V.
PLL Analog GND.
Configuration Pins Description
Pin Name
OCK_INV
Pin #
100
Type
In
PIXS
4
In
Description
ODCK Polarity.
A LOW level selects normal ODCK output. A HIGH
level selects inverted ODCK output. All other output
signals are not affected by this pin. They will
maintain the same timing no matter the setting of
OCK_INV pin.
Pixel Select.
A LOW level indicates one pixel (up to 24-bits) per
clock mode using
QE[23:0] A HIGH level indicates two pixels (up to
48-bits) per clock mode using
DFO
1
In
STAG_OUT
7
In
ST
3
In
QE[23:0] for first pixel and QO[23:0] for second
pixel.
Output Data Format.
For all DVI applications, this pin should be tied
LOW.
Staggered Output.
A HIGH level selects normal simultaneous outputs
on all odd and even data lines. A LOW level selects
staggered output drive. This function is only
available in 2-pixels per clock mode.
Output Drive.
A HIGH level selects HIGH output drive strength. A
LOW level selects LOW output drive strength.
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2.12 Waveforms
DE (IC02 Pin34)
Vsync (IC02 Pin32)
Hsync (IC02 Pin31)
Data-clk (IC02 Pin33)
Vsync & Hsync (CH1:Vsync CH2:Hsync)
Vsync & DE (CH1:Vsync CH2:DE)
7-28
Free-run Hsync
+5Vx switching power frequency (D19)
VLCD switch power frequency(D20)
Input signal (CH1:Hsync CH2:Data)
Input signal (CH1:Vsync CH2:Data)
ISCL & ISDA (CH1:ISDA CH2:ISCL)
7-29
2933 PFD (CH1:IC03 Pin4 CH2:IC03 Pin5)
PLL output clk (IC03 Pin3)
SOGIN (IC01 Pin14)
“-“; ”function”; ”+”; ”select” (WO4 Pins 1~4)
Crystal clk (IC25 Pins 18;19)
Reset signal (CH1:5Vx CH2:Q30 output pin)
7-30
OSM Data (CH1:IC04 Pin15 ) vs.
OSM DE (CH2:IC04 Pin12)
Digital Vsync & DE (CH1:Vsync CH2:DE)
Digital Hsync & DE (CH1:Hsync CH2:DE)
Digital Hsync & CLK (CH1:Hsync CH2:CLK)
7-31
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
The components specified for Model LCD1920NX(A)
SYMBOL
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
*** ICS ***
IC01
0430-8000-3846
IC02
0430-7007-4939
IC03
0430-7000-6015
IC04
0430-7007-7040
IC06
0430-1004-1035
IC07X
0990-0000-4400
IC08
0430-6002-0007
IC09
0430-1003-3635
IC11
0430-7007-9738
IC12
0430-0000-6004
IC14
0430-3001-1011
IC15
0430-1003-0035
IC16
0430-0000-8035
IC17
0430-1004-0635
IC18
0420-1001-3601
IC19
0420-1001-3601
IC20
0430-4000-2004
IC21
0420-1001-3601
IC22
0420-1001-3601
IC23
0430-1000-7035
IC24X
0990-0000-4500
IC25X
0990-2000-4406
IC26
0430-3000-2017
IC27
0430-1000-8035
IC28
0430-1000-7035
IC29
0430-1003-8635
IC30
0430-1005-2035
IC31
0430-6002-5051
IC33
0430-1000-8035
IC34
0430-1003-8635
IC36
0430-7003-7650
IC37
0430-7003-7650
Q30
0430-7004-4319
79PZ0154
79PZ0151
79PZ0148
79PZ0152
79PZ0141
79PZ0156
79PZ0146
79PZ0138
79PZ0153
79PZ0133
79PZ0144
79PZ0137
79PZ0134
79PZ0140
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0145
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0135
79PZ0157
79PZ0161
79PZ0143
79PZ0136
79PZ0135
79PZ0139
79PZ0142
79PZ0147
79PZ0136
79PZ0139
79PZ0149
79PZ0149
79PZ0150
IC AD9884AKS-140 SMD 128P
IC AM121-2 SMD 160 PIN
IC TLC2933IPWR SMD 14PIN
IC MTV118P-49 16PIN
IC 74F153SC SMD 16PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC07)
IC LD1117S-ADJ SMD
IC 74LCX245MTCX SMD 20PIN
IC SII153BCT100 SMD 100PI
IC CD4049UBM SMD 16PIN
IC AT24C02N-10SC-2.7 SMD
IC DM74LS14MX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC4053WMX SMD 16PI
IC DM74LS86 SMD 14PIN
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC LM339M SMD-14 T
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC24)
SOFTWARE LCD1920NX CPU:NE
IC MP24LC21AT/SN SMD 8PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC 74VHC32 SMD 14PIN
IC AMC7588-ADJ SMD 3PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC PST994D TO-92 3PIN D=4
*** TRANSISTORS ***
Q01
0410-5000-1610
Q02
0410-5000-1610
Q03
0410-5000-2610
Q04
0410-5000-1610
Q05
0410-5000-1610
Q06
0410-0000-2106
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0131
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3906LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
8-1
SYMBOL
Q08
Q09
Q10
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q16
Q19
Q25
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
*** DIODES ***
D01
0390-5000-1053
D02
0390-5001-9293
D05
0390-5001-9293
D06
0390-5001-9293
D07
0390-5001-9293
D08
0390-5001-9293
D09
0390-5001-8293
D11
0400-0541-2012
D115
0390-5000-4202
D116
0390-6000-1012
D12
0400-0541-2012
D13
0390-5000-1053
D14
0390-5000-1053
D15
0390-5000-1053
D17
0390-5000-1053
D18
0390-5000-1053
D19
0390-6000-9172
D20
0390-6000-9172
D24
0390-5000-1053
D26
0390-5001-8293
D27
0390-5001-9293
D28
0390-5001-9293
D31
0390-5000-1053
LED01
0440-5000-0020
ZD03
0400-0511-2000
ZD04
0400-0511-2000
79PZ0121
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0123
79PZ0128
79PZ0122
79PZ0125
79PZ0128
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0126
79PZ0126
79PZ0121
79PZ0123
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0121
79PZ0155
79PZ0127
79PZ0127
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4004F T
SCHOTTKY DIODE 11DQ06 T
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
LED L-59GYW 5
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
*** RELAYS & SWITCHES ***
SW1
0220-7020-0167
SW2
0220-7020-0167
SW3
0220-7020-0167
SW4
0220-7020-0167
SW5
0220-7020-0167
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
*** PWB ASSYS ***
DISBD
3190-0032-0156
79PZ0013
LCD DISPLAY BD ASS'Y
8-2
SYMBOL
INV
MAINBD
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0500-0105-0302
3190-0142-0150
79PZ0008
79PZ0014
INVERTER DC-AC T65I008.00
LCD MAIN BD ASS'Y
*** COILS & FILTERS ***
L01
0370-0000-1010
L02
0370-0000-1010
L05
0344-6880-0603
L06
0344-6880-0603
L07
0370-0000-1110
L08
0344-6880-0603
L11
0344-6880-0603
L16
0344-6880-0603
L160
0344-6880-0603
L161
0344-6880-0603
L20
0370-0000-3552
L21
0370-0000-3552
L22
0370-0000-3552
L23
0370-0000-5842
L24
0344-6880-0603
L25
0370-0000-5942
L26
0370-0000-5842
L32
0370-0000-1110
L33
0361-1000-0120
L34
0361-1000-0120
L35
0344-6880-0603
PRA01
0370-0010-0161
PRA02
0370-0010-0161
PRA05
0370-0010-0161
PRA06
0370-0010-0161
PRA09
0370-0010-0161
PRA10
0370-0010-0161
PRB03
0370-0010-0161
PRB04
0370-0010-0161
PRB07
0370-0010-0161
PRB08
0370-0010-0161
PRB11
0370-0010-0161
PRB12
0370-0010-0161
R39
0370-0000-4651
R40
0370-0000-4651
R72
0370-0000-2143
R73
0370-0000-2143
79PZ0113
79PZ0113
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0114
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0118
79PZ0111
79PZ0119
79PZ0118
79PZ0114
79PZ0112
79PZ0112
79PZ0111
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0117
79PZ0117
79PZ0115
79PZ0115
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 60H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
*** ELECTRICAL PARTS & MISCELLANEOUS PARTS ***
ADAP
0300-7012-4414
79PZ0015
AC TO DC ADAPTOR (LSE9901
F1
0182-1502-3703
79PZ0108
PICO FUSE 125V 5A 3*7MM
LCD
0211-0190-0165
79PZ0004
LCD MODULE 19.0 TFT FLC4"
POWCD
0320-4000-0080
79PZ0160
POWER CORD 2000MM 110V UL
SCSUB
0321-0000-0100
79PZ0018
S.CABLE 2000MM 15(3R-3R)
8-3
SYMBOL
WHFI
WHPH8
WHPH9
XR02
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0460-3430-0130
0460-1008-0110
0460-1009-0210
0280-1100-0013
DESCRIPTION
79PZ0007
79PZ0005
79PZ0006
79PZ0110
WH FI-X30S-H/DF14-30S 157
WH PH8P-PH8P 1007#24 65MM
WH PH9P-PH9P 1061#26 190M
X'TAL 11.0592MHZ
79PZ0163
79PZ0166
79PZ0032
79PZ0003
79PZ0164
79PZ0165
79PZ0162
BASE CAB. LCD1920NX
BACK COVER CAB. LCD1920NX
BASE FOOT (18.0*3.0T)
BASE ROTATE LCD1920NX
HINGE COVER LCD1920NX
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
POWER BUTTON LCD1920NX
*** PRINTED & PACKING MATERIALS ***
BALB
1936-1100-4070
79PZ0170
CARD
1925-1900-0010
79PZ0028
CART
1925-1200-3640
79PZ0167
CUBO
1925-1000-1180
79PZ0020
CUTO
1925-1000-1170
79PZ0019
MANU
1925-1300-3660
79PZ0168
PEBAG3
1925-1100-0230
79PZ0022
PEBAG5
1925-1100-0420
79PZ0021
SETU
1925-1400-0920
79PZ0169
BACK LBL LCD1920NX AN NEC
CARDBOARD FOR NMV
CARTON LCD1920NX AN NEC
CUSHION BOTTOM (EPS) LCD1
CUSHION TOP (EPS) LCD1920
MANUAL LCD1920NX AN/ANBK
PE BAG 320*230*0.04T
PE BAG 550*800*0.04T
SETUP SHEET LCD1920NX AN/
*** RESISTORS ***
D04
0130-0000-1859
D10
0130-4708-1859
L03
0130-2208-1858
L04
0130-0000-1858
L09
0130-1000-1858
PR13
0141-4700-3851
PR14
0141-1002-3851
PR27
0141-1002-3851
PR28
0141-1002-3851
PR29
0141-1002-3851
PR30
0141-1009-3851
PR31
0141-1002-3851
PR32
0141-1002-3851
PR51
0141-4709-3851
PR52
0141-4709-3851
PR53
0141-4709-3851
PR54
0141-4709-3851
PR55
0141-4709-3851
PR56
0141-4709-3851
PR57
0141-4709-3851
PR58
0141-4709-3851
PR59
0141-4709-3851
RES. CF 0.0H 1/4W J
RES. CF 4.7H 1/4W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/8W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 100H 1/8W J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 470H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
*** APPEARANCE PARTS ***
BACA
1701-0507-9000
BACO
1801-0204-6000
BAFO
1701-1000-0071
BARO
1712-0100-3120
HICO
1701-1901-8000
PACA
1801-0110-1010
POWBU
1701-0409-4000
79PZ0063
79PZ0097
79PZ0083
79PZ0062
79PZ0065
79PZ0106
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0105
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
8-4
SYMBOL
PR60
PR61
PR62
PRA17
PRA18
PRA21
PRA22
PRA25
PRA26
R02
R05
R06
R07
R08
R09
R10
R100
R101
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R109
R11
R110
R111
R112
R114
R115
R116
R119
R12
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
R130
R132
R133
R135
R138
R14
R140
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0130-4700-0055
0130-7500-0055
0130-5100-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-9109-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-1002-1859
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0095
79PZ0101
79PZ0099
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0102
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0079
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0090
79PZ0090
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0084
79PZ0086
79PZ0086
79PZ0067
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0090
79PZ0096
79PZ0064
79PZ0068
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
8-5
DESCRIPTION
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 750H 1/10W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 91H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/4W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
R147
R148
R149
R15
R150
R151
R152
R154
R157
R158
R159
R16
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R17
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R175
R176
R178
R18
R180
R182
R183
R184
R185
R187
R189
R19
R190
R192
R194
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-3901-0055
0130-2401-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2203-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-4709-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-2208-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2208-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2202-0055
0130-3300-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-5609-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0093
79PZ0085
79PZ0090
79PZ0067
79PZ0077
79PZ0096
79PZ0070
79PZ0066
79PZ0081
79PZ0096
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0067
79PZ0061
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0074
79PZ0098
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0082
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0064
79PZ0062
79PZ0082
79PZ0098
79PZ0062
79PZ0080
79PZ0089
79PZ0090
79PZ0100
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0064
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
8-6
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 3.9K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.4K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 56H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R196
R197
R198
R199
R202
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R209
R21
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R23
R24
R25
R29
R30
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R38
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R52
R54
R55
R56
R59
R60
R61
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-1200-0055
0130-2200-1450
0130-2201-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2001-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-3309-1859
0130-3309-1859
0130-1001-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-1250
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-2209-0055
0131-0000-0015
0130-4701-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-5100-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-3001-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2002-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0077
79PZ0071
79PZ0078
79PZ0079
79PZ0095
79PZ0075
79PZ0095
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0084
79PZ0095
79PZ0092
79PZ0092
79PZ0066
79PZ0066
79PZ0073
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0087
79PZ0084
79PZ0103
79PZ0096
79PZ0087
79PZ0095
79PZ0095
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0099
79PZ0064
79PZ0095
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
79PZ0088
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0076
79PZ0061
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
8-7
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 120H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/4W J A
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/2W J A
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. MF 0.0H 1/10W F
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 20K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R64
R65
R66
R68
R69
R70
R71
R74
R75
R76
R77
R79
R80
R82
R84
R86
R87
R88
R89
R95
R96
R97
R98
R99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1003-0055
0130-3303-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0098
79PZ0069
79PZ0091
79PZ0067
79PZ0079
79PZ0079
79PZ0066
79PZ0072
79PZ0066
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
*** CAPACITORS ***
C01
0101-1101-1211
C02
0101-1101-1211
C03
0111-3221-5106
C04
0101-1101-1211
C05
0101-1101-1211
C06
0111-3200-5106
C07
0111-3200-5106
C10
0111-3104-2536
C101
0111-3104-2536
C103
0111-3104-2536
C104
0111-3221-5106
C106
0111-3104-2536
C107
0111-3104-2536
C108
0111-3104-2536
C109
0111-3104-2536
C110
0101-4331-1310
C114
0111-3104-2536
C115
0111-3104-2536
C116
0111-3104-2536
C117
0111-3100-5106
C118
0101-1331-1211
C119
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0054
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0054
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
8-8
SYMBOL
C12
C124
C127
C129
C130
C131
C132
C133
C134
C135
C136
C137
C138
C139
C14
C140
C141
C142
C143
C144
C145
C149
C15
C150
C152
C153
C154
C157
C158
C159
C16
C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C166
C167
C168
C169
C17
C170
C171
C172
C175
C176
C177
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0101-1471-1311
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3471-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0101-7220-1214
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
0101-1101-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
79PZ0042
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0060
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0046
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
8-9
DESCRIPTION
E/C GEN. 470UF 25V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 22UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
SYMBOL
C178
C179
C18
C180
C181
C182
C183
C184
C185
C186
C187
C188
C189
C19
C198
C199
C20
C200
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C21
C210
C211
C23
C24
C25
C27
C30
C31
C32
C33
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42
C43
C44
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3221-5106
0101-7109-1514
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3332-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-4331-1310
0111-3104-2536
0111-3270-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3101-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0054
79PZ0045
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0056
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0055
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0049
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
8-10
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 1UF 50V 105
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 3300PF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 27PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 100PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
SYMBOL
C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C62
C63
C64
C65
C66
C67
C69
C70
C71
C72
C73
C74
C77
C78
C79
C80
C81
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86
C89
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
C96
C97
C98
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3471-5106
0101-7470-1114
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3393-1616
0111-3392-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3221-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0060
79PZ0047
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0058
79PZ0057
79PZ0040
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0054
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
8-11
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 47UF 10V 10
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.039UF 16V X7R
C/M MULTI 3900PF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
SYMBOL
C99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3470-5106
79PZ0059
8-12
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
The components specified for Model LCD1920NX-BK(A)
SYMBOL
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
*** ICS ***
IC01
0430-8000-3846
IC02
0430-7007-4939
IC03
0430-7000-6015
IC04
0430-7007-7040
IC06
0430-1004-1035
IC07X
0990-0000-4400
IC08
0430-6002-0007
IC09
0430-1003-3635
IC11
0430-7007-9738
IC12
0430-0000-6004
IC14
0430-3001-1011
IC15
0430-1003-0035
IC16
0430-0000-8035
IC17
0430-1004-0635
IC18
0420-1001-3601
IC19
0420-1001-3601
IC20
0430-4000-2004
IC21
0420-1001-3601
IC22
0420-1001-3601
IC23
0430-1000-7035
IC24X
0990-0000-4500
IC25X
0990-2000-4406
IC26
0430-3000-2017
IC27
0430-1000-8035
IC28
0430-1000-7035
IC29
0430-1003-8635
IC30
0430-1005-2035
IC31
0430-6002-5051
IC33
0430-1000-8035
IC34
0430-1003-8635
IC36
0430-7003-7650
IC37
0430-7003-7650
Q30
0430-7004-4319
79PZ0154
79PZ0151
79PZ0148
79PZ0152
79PZ0141
79PZ0156
79PZ0146
79PZ0138
79PZ0153
79PZ0133
79PZ0144
79PZ0137
79PZ0134
79PZ0140
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0145
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0135
79PZ0157
79PZ0161
79PZ0143
79PZ0136
79PZ0135
79PZ0139
79PZ0142
79PZ0147
79PZ0136
79PZ0139
79PZ0149
79PZ0149
79PZ0150
IC AD9884AKS-140 SMD 128P
IC AM121-2 SMD 160 PIN
IC TLC2933IPWR SMD 14PIN
IC MTV118P-49 16PIN
IC 74F153SC SMD 16PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC07)
IC LD1117S-ADJ SMD
IC 74LCX245MTCX SMD 20PIN
IC SII153BCT100 SMD 100PI
IC CD4049UBM SMD 16PIN
IC AT24C02N-10SC-2.7 SMD
IC DM74LS14MX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC4053WMX SMD 16PI
IC DM74LS86 SMD 14PIN
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC LM339M SMD-14 T
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC24)
SOFTWARE LCD1920NX CPU:NE
IC MP24LC21AT/SN SMD 8PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC 74VHC32 SMD 14PIN
IC AMC7588-ADJ SMD 3PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC PST994D TO-92 3PIN D=4
*** TRANSISTORS ***
Q01
0410-5000-1610
Q02
0410-5000-1610
Q03
0410-5000-2610
Q04
0410-5000-1610
Q05
0410-5000-1610
Q06
0410-0000-2106
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0131
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3906LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
8-13
SYMBOL
Q08
Q09
Q10
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q16
Q19
Q25
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
*** DIODES ***
D01
0390-5000-1053
D02
0390-5001-9293
D05
0390-5001-9293
D06
0390-5001-9293
D07
0390-5001-9293
D08
0390-5001-9293
D09
0390-5001-8293
D11
0400-0541-2012
D115
0390-5000-4202
D116
0390-6000-1012
D12
0400-0541-2012
D13
0390-5000-1053
D14
0390-5000-1053
D15
0390-5000-1053
D17
0390-5000-1053
D18
0390-5000-1053
D19
0390-6000-9172
D20
0390-6000-9172
D24
0390-5000-1053
D26
0390-5001-8293
D27
0390-5001-9293
D28
0390-5001-9293
D31
0390-5000-1053
LED01
0440-5000-0020
ZD03
0400-0511-2000
ZD04
0400-0511-2000
79PZ0121
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0123
79PZ0128
79PZ0122
79PZ0125
79PZ0128
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0126
79PZ0126
79PZ0121
79PZ0123
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0121
79PZ0155
79PZ0127
79PZ0127
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4004F T
SCHOTTKY DIODE 11DQ06 T
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
LED L-59GYW 5
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
*** RELAYS & SWITCHES ***
SW1
0220-7020-0167
SW2
0220-7020-0167
SW3
0220-7020-0167
SW4
0220-7020-0167
SW5
0220-7020-0167
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
*** PWB ASSYS ***
DISBD
3190-0032-0156
79PZ0013
LCD DISPLAY BD ASS'Y
8-14
SYMBOL
INV
MAINBD
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0500-0105-0302
3190-0142-0150
79PZ0008
79PZ0014
INVERTER DC-AC T65I008.00
LCD MAIN BD ASS'Y
*** COILS & FILTERS ***
L01
0370-0000-1010
L02
0370-0000-1010
L05
0344-6880-0603
L06
0344-6880-0603
L07
0370-0000-1110
L08
0344-6880-0603
L11
0344-6880-0603
L16
0344-6880-0603
L160
0344-6880-0603
L161
0344-6880-0603
L20
0370-0000-3552
L21
0370-0000-3552
L22
0370-0000-3552
L23
0370-0000-5842
L24
0344-6880-0603
L25
0370-0000-5942
L26
0370-0000-5842
L32
0370-0000-1110
L33
0361-1000-0120
L34
0361-1000-0120
L35
0344-6880-0603
PRA01
0370-0010-0161
PRA02
0370-0010-0161
PRA05
0370-0010-0161
PRA06
0370-0010-0161
PRA09
0370-0010-0161
PRA10
0370-0010-0161
PRB03
0370-0010-0161
PRB04
0370-0010-0161
PRB07
0370-0010-0161
PRB08
0370-0010-0161
PRB11
0370-0010-0161
PRB12
0370-0010-0161
R39
0370-0000-4651
R40
0370-0000-4651
R72
0370-0000-2143
R73
0370-0000-2143
79PZ0113
79PZ0113
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0114
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0118
79PZ0111
79PZ0119
79PZ0118
79PZ0114
79PZ0112
79PZ0112
79PZ0111
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0117
79PZ0117
79PZ0115
79PZ0115
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 60H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
*** ELECTRICAL PARTS & MISCELLANEOUS PARTS ***
ADAP
0300-7012-4414
79PZ0015
AC TO DC ADAPTOR (LSE9901
F1
0182-1502-3703
79PZ0108
PICO FUSE 125V 5A 3*7MM
LCD
0211-0190-0165
79PZ0004
LCD MODULE 19.0 TFT FLC4"
POWCD
0320-4000-0080
79PZ0160
POWER CORD 2000MM 110V UL
SCSUB
0321-0000-0100
79PZ0018
S.CABLE 2000MM 15(3R-3R)
8-15
SYMBOL
WHFI
WHPH8
WHPH9
XR02
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0460-3430-0130
0460-1008-0110
0460-1009-0210
0280-1100-0013
*** APPEARANCE PARTS ***
BACA
1701-0507-9010
BACO
1801-0204-6010
BAFO
1701-1000-0071
BARO
1712-0100-3120
HICO
1701-1901-8010
PACA
1801-0110-1020
POWBU
1701-0409-4010
DESCRIPTION
79PZ0007
79PZ0005
79PZ0006
79PZ0110
WH FI-X30S-H/DF14-30S 157
WH PH8P-PH8P 1007#24 65MM
WH PH9P-PH9P 1061#26 190M
X'TAL 11.0592MHZ
79PZ0001
79PZ0172
79PZ0032
79PZ0003
79PZ0010
79PZ0171
79PZ0009
BASE CAB. LCD1920NX
BACK COVER CAB. LCD1920NX
BASE FOOT (18.0*3.0T)
BASE ROTATE LCD1920NX
HINGE COVER LCD1920NX (
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
POWER BUTTON LCD1920NX
*** PRINTED & PACKING MATERIALS ***
BALB
1936-1100-4080
79PZ0174
CARD
1925-1900-0010
79PZ0028
CART
1925-1200-36501
79PZ0173
CUBO
1925-1000-1180
79PZ0020
CUTO
1925-1000-1170
79PZ0019
MANU
1925-1300-3660
79PZ0168
PEBAG3
1925-1100-0230
79PZ0022
PEBAG5
1925-1100-0420
79PZ0021
SETU
1925-1400-0920
79PZ0169
BACK LBL LCD1920NX ANBK N
CARDBOARD FOR NMV
CARTON LCD1920NX ANBK NEC
CUSHION BOTTOM (EPS) LCD1
CUSHION TOP (EPS) LCD1920
MANUAL LCD1920NX AN/ANBK
PE BAG 320*230*0.04T
PE BAG 550*800*0.04T
SETUP SHEET LCD1920NX AN/
*** RESISTORS ***
D04
0130-0000-1859
D10
0130-4708-1859
L03
0130-2208-1858
L04
0130-0000-1858
L09
0130-1000-1858
PR13
0141-4700-3851
PR14
0141-1002-3851
PR27
0141-1002-3851
PR28
0141-1002-3851
PR29
0141-1002-3851
PR30
0141-1009-3851
PR31
0141-1002-3851
PR32
0141-1002-3851
PR51
0141-4709-3851
PR52
0141-4709-3851
PR53
0141-4709-3851
PR54
0141-4709-3851
PR55
0141-4709-3851
PR56
0141-4709-3851
PR57
0141-4709-3851
PR58
0141-4709-3851
PR59
0141-4709-3851
RES. CF 0.0H 1/4W J
RES. CF 4.7H 1/4W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/8W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 100H 1/8W J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 470H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
79PZ0063
79PZ0097
79PZ0083
79PZ0062
79PZ0065
79PZ0106
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0105
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
8-16
SYMBOL
PR60
PR61
PR62
PRA17
PRA18
PRA21
PRA22
PRA25
PRA26
R02
R05
R06
R07
R08
R09
R10
R100
R101
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R109
R11
R110
R111
R112
R114
R115
R116
R119
R12
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
R130
R132
R133
R135
R138
R14
R140
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0130-4700-0055
0130-7500-0055
0130-5100-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-9109-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-1002-1859
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0095
79PZ0101
79PZ0099
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0102
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0079
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0090
79PZ0090
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0084
79PZ0086
79PZ0086
79PZ0067
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0090
79PZ0096
79PZ0064
79PZ0068
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
DESCRIPTION
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 750H 1/10W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 91H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/4W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
8-17
SYMBOL
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
R147
R148
R149
R15
R150
R151
R152
R154
R157
R158
R159
R16
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R17
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R175
R176
R178
R18
R180
R182
R183
R184
R185
R187
R189
R19
R190
R192
R194
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-3901-0055
0130-2401-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2203-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-4709-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-2208-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2208-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2202-0055
0130-3300-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-5609-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0093
79PZ0085
79PZ0090
79PZ0067
79PZ0077
79PZ0096
79PZ0070
79PZ0066
79PZ0081
79PZ0096
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0067
79PZ0061
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0074
79PZ0098
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0082
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0064
79PZ0062
79PZ0082
79PZ0098
79PZ0062
79PZ0080
79PZ0089
79PZ0090
79PZ0100
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0064
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 3.9K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.4K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 56H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
8-18
SYMBOL
R196
R197
R198
R199
R202
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R209
R21
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R23
R24
R25
R29
R30
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R38
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R52
R54
R55
R56
R59
R60
R61
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-1200-0055
0130-2200-1450
0130-2201-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2001-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-3309-1859
0130-3309-1859
0130-1001-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-1250
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-2209-0055
0131-0000-0015
0130-4701-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-5100-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-3001-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2002-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0077
79PZ0071
79PZ0078
79PZ0079
79PZ0095
79PZ0075
79PZ0095
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0084
79PZ0095
79PZ0092
79PZ0092
79PZ0066
79PZ0066
79PZ0073
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0087
79PZ0084
79PZ0103
79PZ0096
79PZ0087
79PZ0095
79PZ0095
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0099
79PZ0064
79PZ0095
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
79PZ0088
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0076
79PZ0061
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 120H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/4W J A
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/2W J A
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. MF 0.0H 1/10W F
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 20K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
8-19
SYMBOL
R64
R65
R66
R68
R69
R70
R71
R74
R75
R76
R77
R79
R80
R82
R84
R86
R87
R88
R89
R95
R96
R97
R98
R99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1003-0055
0130-3303-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0098
79PZ0069
79PZ0091
79PZ0067
79PZ0079
79PZ0079
79PZ0066
79PZ0072
79PZ0066
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
*** CAPACITORS ***
C01
0101-1101-1211
C02
0101-1101-1211
C03
0111-3221-5106
C04
0101-1101-1211
C05
0101-1101-1211
C06
0111-3200-5106
C07
0111-3200-5106
C10
0111-3104-2536
C101
0111-3104-2536
C103
0111-3104-2536
C104
0111-3221-5106
C106
0111-3104-2536
C107
0111-3104-2536
C108
0111-3104-2536
C109
0111-3104-2536
C110
0101-4331-1310
C114
0111-3104-2536
C115
0111-3104-2536
C116
0111-3104-2536
C117
0111-3100-5106
C118
0101-1331-1211
C119
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0054
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0054
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
8-20
SYMBOL
C12
C124
C127
C129
C130
C131
C132
C133
C134
C135
C136
C137
C138
C139
C14
C140
C141
C142
C143
C144
C145
C149
C15
C150
C152
C153
C154
C157
C158
C159
C16
C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C166
C167
C168
C169
C17
C170
C171
C172
C175
C176
C177
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0101-1471-1311
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3471-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0101-7220-1214
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
0101-1101-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
79PZ0042
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0060
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0046
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
DESCRIPTION
E/C GEN. 470UF 25V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 22UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
8-21
SYMBOL
C178
C179
C18
C180
C181
C182
C183
C184
C185
C186
C187
C188
C189
C19
C198
C199
C20
C200
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C21
C210
C211
C23
C24
C25
C27
C30
C31
C32
C33
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42
C43
C44
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3221-5106
0101-7109-1514
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3332-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-4331-1310
0111-3104-2536
0111-3270-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3101-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0054
79PZ0045
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0056
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0055
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0049
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 1UF 50V 105
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 3300PF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 27PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 100PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
8-22
SYMBOL
C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C62
C63
C64
C65
C66
C67
C69
C70
C71
C72
C73
C74
C77
C78
C79
C80
C81
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86
C89
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
C96
C97
C98
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3471-5106
0101-7470-1114
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3393-1616
0111-3392-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3221-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0060
79PZ0047
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0058
79PZ0057
79PZ0040
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0054
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 47UF 10V 10
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.039UF 16V X7R
C/M MULTI 3900PF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
8-23
SYMBOL
C99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3470-5106
79PZ0059
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
8-24
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
The components specified for Model LCD1920NX(B)
SYMBOL
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
*** ICS ***
IC01
0430-8000-3846
IC02
0430-7007-4939
IC03
0430-7000-6015
IC04
0430-7007-7040
IC06
0430-1004-1035
IC07X
0990-0000-4400
IC08
0430-6002-0007
IC09
0430-1003-3635
IC11
0430-7007-9738
IC12
0430-0000-6004
IC14
0430-3001-1011
IC15
0430-1003-0035
IC16
0430-0000-8035
IC17
0430-1004-0635
IC18
0420-1001-3601
IC19
0420-1001-3601
IC20
0430-4000-2004
IC21
0420-1001-3601
IC22
0420-1001-3601
IC23
0430-1000-7035
IC24X
0990-0000-4500
IC25X
0990-2000-4406
IC26
0430-3000-2017
IC27
0430-1000-8035
IC28
0430-1000-7035
IC29
0430-1003-8635
IC30
0430-1005-2035
IC31
0430-6002-5051
IC33
0430-1000-8035
IC34
0430-1003-8635
IC36
0430-7003-7650
IC37
0430-7003-7650
Q30
0430-7004-4319
79PZ0154
79PZ0151
79PZ0148
79PZ0152
79PZ0141
79PZ0156
79PZ0146
79PZ0138
79PZ0153
79PZ0133
79PZ0144
79PZ0137
79PZ0134
79PZ0140
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0145
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0135
79PZ0157
79PZ0161
79PZ0143
79PZ0136
79PZ0135
79PZ0139
79PZ0142
79PZ0147
79PZ0136
79PZ0139
79PZ0149
79PZ0149
79PZ0150
IC AD9884AKS-140 SMD 128P
IC AM121-2 SMD 160 PIN
IC TLC2933IPWR SMD 14PIN
IC MTV118P-49 16PIN
IC 74F153SC SMD 16PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC07)
IC LD1117S-ADJ SMD
IC 74LCX245MTCX SMD 20PIN
IC SII153BCT100 SMD 100PI
IC CD4049UBM SMD 16PIN
IC AT24C02N-10SC-2.7 SMD
IC DM74LS14MX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC4053WMX SMD 16PI
IC DM74LS86 SMD 14PIN
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC LM339M SMD-14 T
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC24)
SOFTWARE LCD1920NX CPU:NE
IC MP24LC21AT/SN SMD 8PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC 74VHC32 SMD 14PIN
IC AMC7588-ADJ SMD 3PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC PST994D TO-92 3PIN D=4
*** TRANSISTORS ***
Q01
0410-5000-1610
Q02
0410-5000-1610
Q03
0410-5000-2610
Q04
0410-5000-1610
Q05
0410-5000-1610
Q06
0410-0000-2106
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0131
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3906LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
8-25
SYMBOL
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
Q08
Q09
Q10
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q16
Q19
Q25
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
*** DIODES
D01
D02
D05
D06
D07
D08
D09
D11
D115
D116
D12
D13
D14
D15
D17
D18
D19
D20
D24
D26
D27
D28
D31
LED01
ZD03
ZD04
***
0390-5000-1053
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-8293
0400-0541-2012
0390-5000-4202
0390-6000-1012
0400-0541-2012
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-6000-9172
0390-6000-9172
0390-5000-1053
0390-5001-8293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5000-1053
0440-5000-0020
0400-0511-2000
0400-0511-2000
79PZ0121
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0123
79PZ0128
79PZ0122
79PZ0125
79PZ0128
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0126
79PZ0126
79PZ0121
79PZ0123
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0121
79PZ0155
79PZ0127
79PZ0127
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4004F T
SCHOTTKY DIODE 11DQ06 T
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
LED L-59GYW 5
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
*** RELAYS & SWITCHES ***
SW1
0220-7020-0167
SW2
0220-7020-0167
SW3
0220-7020-0167
SW4
0220-7020-0167
SW5
0220-7020-0167
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
*** PWB ASSYS ***
DISBD
3190-0032-0156
79PZ0013
LCD DISPLAY BD ASS'Y
8-26
SYMBOL
INV
MAINBD
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0500-0105-0302
3190-0142-0150
79PZ0008
79PZ0014
INVERTER DC-AC T65I008.00
LCD MAIN BD ASS'Y
*** COILS & FILTERS ***
L01
0370-0000-1010
L02
0370-0000-1010
L05
0344-6880-0603
L06
0344-6880-0603
L07
0370-0000-1110
L08
0344-6880-0603
L11
0344-6880-0603
L16
0344-6880-0603
L160
0344-6880-0603
L161
0344-6880-0603
L20
0370-0000-3552
L21
0370-0000-3552
L22
0370-0000-3552
L23
0370-0000-5842
L24
0344-6880-0603
L25
0370-0000-5942
L26
0370-0000-5842
L32
0370-0000-1110
L33
0361-1000-0120
L34
0361-1000-0120
L35
0344-6880-0603
PRA01
0370-0010-0161
PRA02
0370-0010-0161
PRA05
0370-0010-0161
PRA06
0370-0010-0161
PRA09
0370-0010-0161
PRA10
0370-0010-0161
PRB03
0370-0010-0161
PRB04
0370-0010-0161
PRB07
0370-0010-0161
PRB08
0370-0010-0161
PRB11
0370-0010-0161
PRB12
0370-0010-0161
R39
0370-0000-4651
R40
0370-0000-4651
R72
0370-0000-2143
R73
0370-0000-2143
79PZ0113
79PZ0113
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0114
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0118
79PZ0111
79PZ0119
79PZ0118
79PZ0114
79PZ0112
79PZ0112
79PZ0111
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0117
79PZ0117
79PZ0115
79PZ0115
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 60H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
*** ELECTRICAL PARTS & MISCELLANEOUS PARTS ***
ADAP
0300-7012-4414
79PZ0015
AC TO DC ADAPTOR (LSE9901
F1
0182-1502-3703
79PZ0108
PICO FUSE 125V 5A 3*7MM
LCD
0211-0190-0165
79PZ0004
LCD MODULE 19.0 TFT FLC4"
POWCD
0320-3000-0050
79PZ0175
POWER CORD 2000MM 220V VD
SCSUB
0321-0000-0100
79PZ0018
S.CABLE 2000MM 15(3R-3R)
8-27
SYMBOL
WHFI
WHPH8
WHPH9
XR02
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0460-3430-0130
0460-1008-0110
0460-1009-0210
0280-1100-0013
DESCRIPTION
79PZ0007
79PZ0005
79PZ0006
79PZ0110
WH FI-X30S-H/DF14-30S 157
WH PH8P-PH8P 1007#24 65MM
WH PH9P-PH9P 1061#26 190M
X'TAL 11.0592MHZ
79PZ0163
79PZ0166
79PZ0032
79PZ0003
79PZ0164
79PZ0165
79PZ0162
BASE CAB. LCD1920NX
BACK COVER CAB. LCD1920NX
BASE FOOT (18.0*3.0T)
BASE ROTATE LCD1920NX
HINGE COVER LCD1920NX
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
POWER BUTTON LCD1920NX
*** PRINTED & PACKING MATERIALS ***
ADDR
1925-1600-0150
79PZ0181
BALB
1936-1100-4110
79PZ0182
CARD
1925-1900-0010
79PZ0028
CART
1925-1200-3680
79PZ0176
CAUT
1925-1400-1030
79PZ0180
CD
1925-1300-3720
79PZ0178
CUBO
1925-1000-1180
79PZ0020
CUTO
1925-1000-1170
79PZ0019
MANU
1925-1300-3700
79PZ0177
PEBAG3
1925-1100-0230
79PZ0022
PEBAG5
1925-1100-0420
79PZ0021
SETU
1925-1400-0990
79PZ0179
ADDRESS SHEET FOR LCD1920
BACK LBL LCD1920NX BN NEC
CARDBOARD FOR NMV
CARTON LCD1920NX BN/BNBK
CAUTION SHEET LCD1920NX B
CD-ROM LCD1920NX BN/BNBK
CUSHION BOTTOM (EPS) LCD1
CUSHION TOP (EPS) LCD1920
MANUAL LCD1920NX BN/BNBK
PE BAG 320*230*0.04T
PE BAG 550*800*0.04T
SETUP SHEET LCD1920NX BN/
*** RESISTORS ***
D04
0130-0000-1859
D10
0130-4708-1859
L03
0130-2208-1858
L04
0130-0000-1858
L09
0130-1000-1858
PR13
0141-4700-3851
PR14
0141-1002-3851
PR27
0141-1002-3851
PR28
0141-1002-3851
PR29
0141-1002-3851
PR30
0141-1009-3851
PR31
0141-1002-3851
PR32
0141-1002-3851
PR51
0141-4709-3851
PR52
0141-4709-3851
PR53
0141-4709-3851
PR54
0141-4709-3851
PR55
0141-4709-3851
PR56
0141-4709-3851
RES. CF 0.0H 1/4W J
RES. CF 4.7H 1/4W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/8W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 100H 1/8W J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 470H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
*** APPEARANCE PARTS ***
BACA
1701-0507-9000
BACO
1801-0204-6000
BAFO
1701-1000-0071
BARO
1712-0100-3120
HICO
1701-1901-8000
PACA
1801-0110-1010
POWBU
1701-0409-4000
79PZ0063
79PZ0097
79PZ0083
79PZ0062
79PZ0065
79PZ0106
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0105
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
8-28
SYMBOL
PR57
PR58
PR59
PR60
PR61
PR62
PRA17
PRA18
PRA21
PRA22
PRA25
PRA26
R02
R05
R06
R07
R08
R09
R10
R100
R101
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R109
R11
R110
R111
R112
R114
R115
R116
R119
R12
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
R130
R132
R133
R135
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0130-4700-0055
0130-7500-0055
0130-5100-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-9109-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1000-0055
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0095
79PZ0101
79PZ0099
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0102
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0079
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0090
79PZ0090
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0084
79PZ0086
79PZ0086
79PZ0067
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0090
79PZ0096
79PZ0064
8-29
DESCRIPTION
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 750H 1/10W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 91H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R138
R14
R140
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
R147
R148
R149
R15
R150
R151
R152
R154
R157
R158
R159
R16
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R17
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R175
R176
R178
R18
R180
R182
R183
R184
R185
R187
R189
R19
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-1002-1859
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
0130-3901-0055
0130-2401-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2203-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-4709-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-2208-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2208-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2202-0055
0130-3300-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-5609-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1000-0055
79PZ0068
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
79PZ0093
79PZ0085
79PZ0090
79PZ0067
79PZ0077
79PZ0096
79PZ0070
79PZ0066
79PZ0081
79PZ0096
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0067
79PZ0061
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0074
79PZ0098
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0082
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0064
79PZ0062
79PZ0082
79PZ0098
79PZ0062
79PZ0080
79PZ0089
79PZ0090
79PZ0100
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0064
8-30
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 10K 1/4W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.9K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.4K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 56H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R190
R192
R194
R196
R197
R198
R199
R202
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R209
R21
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R23
R24
R25
R29
R30
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R38
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R52
R54
R55
R56
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-1200-0055
0130-2200-1450
0130-2201-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2001-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-3309-1859
0130-3309-1859
0130-1001-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-1250
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-2209-0055
0131-0000-0015
0130-4701-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-5100-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-3001-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2002-0055
0130-0000-0055
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0077
79PZ0071
79PZ0078
79PZ0079
79PZ0095
79PZ0075
79PZ0095
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0084
79PZ0095
79PZ0092
79PZ0092
79PZ0066
79PZ0066
79PZ0073
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0087
79PZ0084
79PZ0103
79PZ0096
79PZ0087
79PZ0095
79PZ0095
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0099
79PZ0064
79PZ0095
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
79PZ0088
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0076
79PZ0061
8-31
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 120H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/4W J A
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/2W J A
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. MF 0.0H 1/10W F
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 20K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R59
R60
R61
R64
R65
R66
R68
R69
R70
R71
R74
R75
R76
R77
R79
R80
R82
R84
R86
R87
R88
R89
R95
R96
R97
R98
R99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1003-0055
0130-3303-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0098
79PZ0069
79PZ0091
79PZ0067
79PZ0079
79PZ0079
79PZ0066
79PZ0072
79PZ0066
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
*** CAPACITORS ***
C01
0101-1101-1211
C02
0101-1101-1211
C03
0111-3221-5106
C04
0101-1101-1211
C05
0101-1101-1211
C06
0111-3200-5106
C07
0111-3200-5106
C10
0111-3104-2536
C101
0111-3104-2536
C103
0111-3104-2536
C104
0111-3221-5106
C106
0111-3104-2536
C107
0111-3104-2536
C108
0111-3104-2536
C109
0111-3104-2536
C110
0101-4331-1310
C114
0111-3104-2536
C115
0111-3104-2536
C116
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0054
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0054
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
8-32
SYMBOL
C117
C118
C119
C12
C124
C127
C129
C130
C131
C132
C133
C134
C135
C136
C137
C138
C139
C14
C140
C141
C142
C143
C144
C145
C149
C15
C150
C152
C153
C154
C157
C158
C159
C16
C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C166
C167
C168
C169
C17
C170
C171
C172
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3100-5106
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1311
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3471-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0101-7220-1214
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
0101-1101-1211
79PZ0048
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0042
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0060
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0046
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
8-33
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 25V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 22UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
SYMBOL
C175
C176
C177
C178
C179
C18
C180
C181
C182
C183
C184
C185
C186
C187
C188
C189
C19
C198
C199
C20
C200
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C21
C210
C211
C23
C24
C25
C27
C30
C31
C32
C33
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3221-5106
0101-7109-1514
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3332-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-4331-1310
0111-3104-2536
0111-3270-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3101-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0054
79PZ0045
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0056
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0055
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0049
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
8-34
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 1UF 50V 105
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 3300PF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 27PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 100PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
SYMBOL
C42
C43
C44
C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C62
C63
C64
C65
C66
C67
C69
C70
C71
C72
C73
C74
C77
C78
C79
C80
C81
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86
C89
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3471-5106
0101-7470-1114
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3393-1616
0111-3392-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3221-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0060
79PZ0047
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0058
79PZ0057
79PZ0040
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0054
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
8-35
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 47UF 10V 10
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.039UF 16V X7R
C/M MULTI 3900PF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
SYMBOL
C96
C97
C98
C99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3470-5106
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
79PZ0059
8-36
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
The components specified for Model LCD1920NX-BK(B)
SYMBOL
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
*** ICS ***
IC01
0430-8000-3846
IC02
0430-7007-4939
IC03
0430-7000-6015
IC04
0430-7007-7040
IC06
0430-1004-1035
IC07X
0990-0000-4400
IC08
0430-6002-0007
IC09
0430-1003-3635
IC11
0430-7007-9738
IC12
0430-0000-6004
IC14
0430-3001-1011
IC15
0430-1003-0035
IC16
0430-0000-8035
IC17
0430-1004-0635
IC18
0420-1001-3601
IC19
0420-1001-3601
IC20
0430-4000-2004
IC21
0420-1001-3601
IC22
0420-1001-3601
IC23
0430-1000-7035
IC24X
0990-0000-4500
IC25X
0990-2000-4406
IC26
0430-3000-2017
IC27
0430-1000-8035
IC28
0430-1000-7035
IC29
0430-1003-8635
IC30
0430-1005-2035
IC31
0430-6002-5051
IC33
0430-1000-8035
IC34
0430-1003-8635
IC36
0430-7003-7650
IC37
0430-7003-7650
Q30
0430-7004-4319
79PZ0154
79PZ0151
79PZ0148
79PZ0152
79PZ0141
79PZ0156
79PZ0146
79PZ0138
79PZ0153
79PZ0133
79PZ0144
79PZ0137
79PZ0134
79PZ0140
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0145
79PZ0132
79PZ0132
79PZ0135
79PZ0157
79PZ0161
79PZ0143
79PZ0136
79PZ0135
79PZ0139
79PZ0142
79PZ0147
79PZ0136
79PZ0139
79PZ0149
79PZ0149
79PZ0150
IC AD9884AKS-140 SMD 128P
IC AM121-2 SMD 160 PIN
IC TLC2933IPWR SMD 14PIN
IC MTV118P-49 16PIN
IC 74F153SC SMD 16PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC07)
IC LD1117S-ADJ SMD
IC 74LCX245MTCX SMD 20PIN
IC SII153BCT100 SMD 100PI
IC CD4049UBM SMD 16PIN
IC AT24C02N-10SC-2.7 SMD
IC DM74LS14MX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC4053WMX SMD 16PI
IC DM74LS86 SMD 14PIN
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC LM339M SMD-14 T
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
POWER MOS IRF7304 SMD 8PI
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
S/W RDT191S EEPROM(IC24)
SOFTWARE LCD1920NX CPU:NE
IC MP24LC21AT/SN SMD 8PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC 74HC14 SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC 74VHC32 SMD 14PIN
IC AMC7588-ADJ SMD 3PIN
IC MM74HC74AMX SMD 14PIN
IC MM74HC08 SMD 14PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC THC63LVDM83A SMD 56PIN
IC PST994D TO-92 3PIN D=4
*** TRANSISTORS ***
Q01
0410-5000-1610
Q02
0410-5000-1610
Q03
0410-5000-2610
Q04
0410-5000-1610
Q05
0410-5000-1610
Q06
0410-0000-2106
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0131
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3906LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
8-37
SYMBOL
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
Q08
Q09
Q10
Q11
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q16
Q19
Q25
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-0000-2106
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
0410-5000-1610
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0129
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
79PZ0130
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR 2SA673AC TO-92
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
TRANSISTOR MMBT3904LT1 SM
*** DIODES
D01
D02
D05
D06
D07
D08
D09
D11
D115
D116
D12
D13
D14
D15
D17
D18
D19
D20
D24
D26
D27
D28
D31
LED01
ZD03
ZD04
***
0390-5000-1053
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-8293
0400-0541-2012
0390-5000-4202
0390-6000-1012
0400-0541-2012
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-5000-1053
0390-6000-9172
0390-6000-9172
0390-5000-1053
0390-5001-8293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5001-9293
0390-5000-1053
0440-5000-0020
0400-0511-2000
0400-0511-2000
79PZ0121
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0123
79PZ0128
79PZ0122
79PZ0125
79PZ0128
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0121
79PZ0126
79PZ0126
79PZ0121
79PZ0123
79PZ0124
79PZ0124
79PZ0121
79PZ0155
79PZ0127
79PZ0127
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4004F T
SCHOTTKY DIODE 11DQ06 T
ZENER RLZ5.6B 5.45V~5.73V
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
SCHOTTKY DIODE SB340 T
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV70
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
DUAL SURFACE DIODES BAV99
GEN. DIODE 1N4148 SMD
LED L-59GYW 5
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
ZENER 5C3 5.1-5.3V 1/2W
*** RELAYS & SWITCHES ***
SW1
0220-7020-0167
SW2
0220-7020-0167
SW3
0220-7020-0167
SW4
0220-7020-0167
SW5
0220-7020-0167
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
79PZ0109
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
SW TACTILE 6*6MM 4P
*** PWB ASSYS ***
DISBD
3190-0032-0156
79PZ0013
LCD DISPLAY BD ASS'Y
8-38
SYMBOL
INV
MAINBD
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0500-0105-0302
3190-0142-0150
79PZ0008
79PZ0014
INVERTER DC-AC T65I008.00
LCD MAIN BD ASS'Y
*** COILS & FILTERS ***
L01
0370-0000-1010
L02
0370-0000-1010
L05
0344-6880-0603
L06
0344-6880-0603
L07
0370-0000-1110
L08
0344-6880-0603
L11
0344-6880-0603
L16
0344-6880-0603
L160
0344-6880-0603
L161
0344-6880-0603
L20
0370-0000-3552
L21
0370-0000-3552
L22
0370-0000-3552
L23
0370-0000-5842
L24
0344-6880-0603
L25
0370-0000-5942
L26
0370-0000-5842
L32
0370-0000-1110
L33
0361-1000-0120
L34
0361-1000-0120
L35
0344-6880-0603
PRA01
0370-0010-0161
PRA02
0370-0010-0161
PRA05
0370-0010-0161
PRA06
0370-0010-0161
PRA09
0370-0010-0161
PRA10
0370-0010-0161
PRB03
0370-0010-0161
PRB04
0370-0010-0161
PRB07
0370-0010-0161
PRB08
0370-0010-0161
PRB11
0370-0010-0161
PRB12
0370-0010-0161
R39
0370-0000-4651
R40
0370-0000-4651
R72
0370-0000-2143
R73
0370-0000-2143
79PZ0113
79PZ0113
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0114
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0111
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0116
79PZ0118
79PZ0111
79PZ0119
79PZ0118
79PZ0114
79PZ0112
79PZ0112
79PZ0111
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0120
79PZ0117
79PZ0117
79PZ0115
79PZ0115
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
FERRITE CORE RH 3.5X6X1.0
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 30H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
CHIP BEAD CORE 60H
CHIP BEAD CORE 40H
FERRITE CORE W8 R6H 6X10
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
DRUM CORE L:70UH 2A(10*16
PEAKING COIL 0.68UH 1/4W
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
ARRAY BEAD 120H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 80H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
CHIP BEAD CORE 600H
*** ELECTRICAL PARTS & MISCELLANEOUS PARTS ***
ADAP
0300-7012-4414
79PZ0015
AC TO DC ADAPTOR (LSE9901
F1
0182-1502-3703
79PZ0108
PICO FUSE 125V 5A 3*7MM
LCD
0211-0190-0165
79PZ0004
LCD MODULE 19.0 TFT FLC4"
POWCD
0320-3000-0050
79PZ0175
POWER CORD 2000MM 220V VD
SCSUB
0321-0000-0100
79PZ0018
S.CABLE 2000MM 15(3R-3R)
8-39
SYMBOL
WHFI
WHPH8
WHPH9
XR02
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0460-3430-0130
0460-1008-0110
0460-1009-0210
0280-1100-0013
DESCRIPTION
79PZ0007
79PZ0005
79PZ0006
79PZ0110
WH FI-X30S-H/DF14-30S 157
WH PH8P-PH8P 1007#24 65MM
WH PH9P-PH9P 1061#26 190M
X'TAL 11.0592MHZ
79PZ0001
79PZ0172
79PZ0032
79PZ0003
79PZ0010
79PZ0171
79PZ0009
BASE CAB. LCD1920NX
BACK COVER CAB. LCD1920NX
BASE FOOT (18.0*3.0T)
BASE ROTATE LCD1920NX
HINGE COVER LCD1920NX (
PANEL CAB. LCD1920NX (NEC
POWER BUTTON LCD1920NX
*** PRINTED & PACKING MATERIALS ***
ADDR
1925-1600-0150
79PZ0181
BALB
1936-1100-4120
79PZ0183
CARD
1925-1900-0010
79PZ0028
CART
1925-1200-3680
79PZ0176
CAUT
1925-1400-1030
79PZ0180
CD
1925-1300-3720
79PZ0178
CUBO
1925-1000-1180
79PZ0020
CUTO
1925-1000-1170
79PZ0019
MANU
1925-1300-3700
79PZ0177
PEBAG3
1925-1100-0230
79PZ0022
PEBAG5
1925-1100-0420
79PZ0021
SETU
1925-1400-0990
79PZ0179
ADDRESS SHEET FOR LCD1920
BACK LBL LCD1920NX BNBK N
CARDBOARD FOR NMV
CARTON LCD1920NX BN/BNBK
CAUTION SHEET LCD1920NX B
CD-ROM LCD1920NX BN/BNBK
CUSHION BOTTOM (EPS) LCD1
CUSHION TOP (EPS) LCD1920
MANUAL LCD1920NX BN/BNBK
PE BAG 320*230*0.04T
PE BAG 550*800*0.04T
SETUP SHEET LCD1920NX BN/
*** RESISTORS ***
D04
0130-0000-1859
D10
0130-4708-1859
L03
0130-2208-1858
L04
0130-0000-1858
L09
0130-1000-1858
PR13
0141-4700-3851
PR14
0141-1002-3851
PR27
0141-1002-3851
PR28
0141-1002-3851
PR29
0141-1002-3851
PR30
0141-1009-3851
PR31
0141-1002-3851
PR32
0141-1002-3851
PR51
0141-4709-3851
PR52
0141-4709-3851
PR53
0141-4709-3851
PR54
0141-4709-3851
PR55
0141-4709-3851
PR56
0141-4709-3851
RES. CF 0.0H 1/4W J
RES. CF 4.7H 1/4W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/8W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 100H 1/8W J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 470H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 10K 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
*** APPEARANCE PARTS ***
BACA
1701-0507-9010
BACO
1801-0204-6010
BAFO
1701-1000-0071
BARO
1712-0100-3120
HICO
1701-1901-8010
PACA
1801-0110-1020
POWBU
1701-0409-4010
79PZ0063
79PZ0097
79PZ0083
79PZ0062
79PZ0065
79PZ0106
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0105
79PZ0104
79PZ0104
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
8-40
SYMBOL
PR57
PR58
PR59
PR60
PR61
PR62
PRA17
PRA18
PRA21
PRA22
PRA25
PRA26
R02
R05
R06
R07
R08
R09
R10
R100
R101
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R109
R11
R110
R111
R112
R114
R115
R116
R119
R12
R121
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
R127
R128
R130
R132
R133
R135
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0141-4709-3851
0130-4700-0055
0130-7500-0055
0130-5100-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-9109-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4302-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1000-0055
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0107
79PZ0095
79PZ0101
79PZ0099
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0102
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0079
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0094
79PZ0090
79PZ0090
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0084
79PZ0086
79PZ0086
79PZ0067
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0090
79PZ0096
79PZ0064
8-41
DESCRIPTION
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
ARRAY RES. A(X) 47H 4R J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 750H 1/10W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 91H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 43K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R138
R14
R140
R142
R143
R144
R145
R146
R147
R148
R149
R15
R150
R151
R152
R154
R157
R158
R159
R16
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R17
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R175
R176
R178
R18
R180
R182
R183
R184
R185
R187
R189
R19
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-1002-1859
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
0130-3901-0055
0130-2401-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2203-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-4709-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-1009-0055
0130-2208-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2208-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-0000-1858
0130-2202-0055
0130-3300-0055
0130-3301-0055
0130-5609-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1000-0055
79PZ0068
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
79PZ0093
79PZ0085
79PZ0090
79PZ0067
79PZ0077
79PZ0096
79PZ0070
79PZ0066
79PZ0081
79PZ0096
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0067
79PZ0061
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0074
79PZ0098
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0070
79PZ0082
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0074
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0064
79PZ0062
79PZ0082
79PZ0098
79PZ0062
79PZ0080
79PZ0089
79PZ0090
79PZ0100
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0064
8-42
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 10K 1/4W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.9K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.4K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 220K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 2.2H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/8W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330H 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.3K 1/10W J
RES. CF 56H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R190
R192
R194
R196
R197
R198
R199
R202
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R209
R21
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R23
R24
R25
R29
R30
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R38
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R52
R54
R55
R56
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-2200-0055
0130-1200-0055
0130-2200-1450
0130-2201-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2001-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-3309-1859
0130-3309-1859
0130-1001-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-1250
0130-2209-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-2209-0055
0131-0000-0015
0130-4701-0055
0130-2703-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-1500-1858
0130-5100-0055
0130-1000-0055
0130-4700-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-3001-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2002-0055
0130-0000-0055
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
79PZ0084
79PZ0061
79PZ0077
79PZ0071
79PZ0078
79PZ0079
79PZ0095
79PZ0075
79PZ0095
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0084
79PZ0095
79PZ0092
79PZ0092
79PZ0066
79PZ0066
79PZ0073
79PZ0084
79PZ0084
79PZ0087
79PZ0084
79PZ0103
79PZ0096
79PZ0087
79PZ0095
79PZ0095
79PZ0084
79PZ0096
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0074
79PZ0099
79PZ0064
79PZ0095
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
79PZ0088
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0076
79PZ0061
8-43
DESCRIPTION
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/10W J
RES. CF 120H 1/10W J
RES. CF 220H 1/4W J A
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 33H 1/8W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/2W J A
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. MF 0.0H 1/10W F
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270K 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 150H 1/8W J
RES. CF 510H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100H 1/10W J
RES. CF 470H 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 3.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 20K 1/10W J
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
SYMBOL
R59
R60
R61
R64
R65
R66
R68
R69
R70
R71
R74
R75
R76
R77
R79
R80
R82
R84
R86
R87
R88
R89
R95
R96
R97
R98
R99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
DESCRIPTION
0130-0000-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-4709-0055
0130-1003-0055
0130-3303-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-1500-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-2700-0055
0130-2209-0055
0130-2201-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-2202-0055
0130-1001-0055
0130-4701-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-1002-0055
0130-4701-0055
79PZ0061
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0072
79PZ0072
79PZ0096
79PZ0096
79PZ0098
79PZ0098
79PZ0069
79PZ0091
79PZ0067
79PZ0079
79PZ0079
79PZ0066
79PZ0072
79PZ0066
79PZ0086
79PZ0084
79PZ0079
79PZ0096
79PZ0080
79PZ0066
79PZ0096
79PZ0067
79PZ0067
79PZ0096
RES. CF 0.0H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 47H 1/10W J
RES. CF 100K 1/10W J
RES. CF 330K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 150H 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 270H 1/10W J
RES. CF 22H 1/10W J
RES. CF 2.2K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 22K 1/10W J
RES. CF 1.0K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 10K 1/10W J
RES. CF 4.7K 1/10W J
*** CAPACITORS ***
C01
0101-1101-1211
C02
0101-1101-1211
C03
0111-3221-5106
C04
0101-1101-1211
C05
0101-1101-1211
C06
0111-3200-5106
C07
0111-3200-5106
C10
0111-3104-2536
C101
0111-3104-2536
C103
0111-3104-2536
C104
0111-3221-5106
C106
0111-3104-2536
C107
0111-3104-2536
C108
0111-3104-2536
C109
0111-3104-2536
C110
0101-4331-1310
C114
0111-3104-2536
C115
0111-3104-2536
C116
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0054
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0054
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
8-44
SYMBOL
C117
C118
C119
C12
C124
C127
C129
C130
C131
C132
C133
C134
C135
C136
C137
C138
C139
C14
C140
C141
C142
C143
C144
C145
C149
C15
C150
C152
C153
C154
C157
C158
C159
C16
C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C166
C167
C168
C169
C17
C170
C171
C172
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3100-5106
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1311
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-1471-1211
0101-1471-1211
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3104-2536
0101-7100-1214
0111-3471-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0101-7220-1214
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
0101-1101-1211
79PZ0048
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0042
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0041
79PZ0041
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0051
79PZ0044
79PZ0060
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0046
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
79PZ0039
8-45
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 25V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 470UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C CHIP TYPE 10UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 22UF 16V 10
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
SYMBOL
C175
C176
C177
C178
C179
C18
C180
C181
C182
C183
C184
C185
C186
C187
C188
C189
C19
C198
C199
C20
C200
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C21
C210
C211
C23
C24
C25
C27
C30
C31
C32
C33
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1101-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3103-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3221-5106
0101-7109-1514
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3332-5116
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-4331-1310
0111-3104-2536
0111-3270-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3100-5106
0111-3101-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0039
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0050
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0054
79PZ0045
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0056
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0043
79PZ0051
79PZ0055
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0048
79PZ0049
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
8-46
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 100UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 1UF 50V 105
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 3300PF 50V X7R
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C H-R 330UF 25V 105' NC/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 27PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 10PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 100PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
SYMBOL
C42
C43
C44
C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C62
C63
C64
C65
C66
C67
C69
C70
C71
C72
C73
C74
C77
C78
C79
C80
C81
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86
C89
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3471-5106
0101-7470-1114
0111-3470-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3103-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3104-2536
0111-3393-1616
0111-3392-5116
0101-1331-1211
0111-3220-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3220-5106
0111-3221-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3200-5106
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
0111-3104-2536
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0060
79PZ0047
79PZ0059
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0050
79PZ0040
79PZ0051
79PZ0058
79PZ0057
79PZ0040
79PZ0053
79PZ0051
79PZ0053
79PZ0054
79PZ0052
79PZ0052
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
79PZ0051
8-47
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 470PF 50V NPO
E/C CHIP TYPE 47UF 10V 10
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.01UF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI 0.039UF 16V X7R
C/M MULTI 3900PF 50V X7R
E/C GEN. 330UF 16V 105' F
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI 220PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 20PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
C/M MULTI. 0.1UF 25V Y5V
SYMBOL
C96
C97
C98
C99
Part No for AmTRAN Part No for NMV
0111-3470-5106
0111-3470-5106
0111-3220-5106
0111-3470-5106
79PZ0059
79PZ0059
79PZ0053
79PZ0059
8-48
DESCRIPTION
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 22PF 50V NPO
C/M MULTI. 47PF 50V NPO
BLOCK DIAGRAM
MODEL LCD1920NX
SOG
H
24 bit
sepreater
H-sync
Digital
R
comp.
74F153
V
D-SUB
V-sync
Digital
Rin
Gin
Bin
SOG
clock
H-sync
SCL
24LC21
for
analog
DDC
B
VLCD
Vbk
SDA
-5V for DDC
G
Power
sequency
control
circuit
AD9884
ADC
control
center
generator
PD
Href
TLC2933
LVDS
64LC83
PLL IC
12V in
5Vx
Power
system
clock
control
register
5V
Divider
Digital Data
PWR_DN
H and V
phase
detect
circuit
control
24LC08
MTV112
CPU
Vbk
input mode
H-sync
V-sync
Detection
AM121-2
SCALER
Scaling &
Dithering
TFT
V-sync
panel
SCL&SDA
SCL&SDA
interface
OSD mix
H-sync
V-sync
Volume control
Speaker
Audio AMP.
Audio input
W10
R G B
24 bit
SiI153B
Digital
DDC
Digital input
W06
SCL SDA +5V for ddc
DVI
9-1
24LC08
EEPROM
OSD
generator
MTV118
H, V, DE, CLK, data
Schematic Diagram
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (1/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-1
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (2/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-2
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (3/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-3
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (4/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-4
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (5/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-5
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (6/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-6
MODEL LCD1920NX LCD MAIN BD (7/7) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10-7
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