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Service Manual
66 Cm STEREO Colour Television
CHASSIS : CP-775
MODEL :2898ST
Specifications
CRT
28” : A66EAK071X11 (PHILIPS)
System
TF : PAL - B/G for West Europe, NTSC-3.58 / 4.43 (Play back)
Main Voltage
230V AC, 50Hz
Power Consumption
Stand-by mode : 10 Watts
Normal operating mode :
28” = 75 Watts
Sound output
5 + 5 Watts, 10 % THD at RF 60 % mod. (1 )
Speaker
12W 4 ohm x 2 EA
Antenna
75 ohm unbalanced input
Impedance
Tuning system
VS( voltage synthesis ) tuning
Tuner
3303KHC (TF, TA, TK, TI Model)
BAND I
: CH2 - CH4
BAND III
: CH5 - CH12
CABLE BAND : S1’ - S3’ , S1 - S20
HYPER BAND : S21 - S41
BAND IV, V : CH21 - CH69
DT2-IV17D (TU Model )
BAND IV, V : CH21 - CH69
Number of
70 programs
program
Aux. Terminal
21 pin EURO-SCART jack ( AV input, TV output, RGB input )
21 pin EURO-SCART jack ( AV input, S-VHS input )
RCA type AV input jack
Headphone jack (3.5 mm )
Remote controller
R-28B03 or R-35D05 with 2 “AA” type batteries
Teletext
8 pages memory TOP & FLOF
- West option :English, German/Dutch/Flemish, French, Italian,
Spanish/Portuguese, Swedish/Finnish/Danish, Czech/Slovak
- East option : Polish, Czech/Slovak, Rumanian, Hungarian, Servo-croat,
German/Dutch/Flemish, French, Italian
- Turkish option : Turkish, English, German/Dutch/Flemish, French,
Italian, Spanish/Portuguese, Swedish/Finnish/Danish
- Cyrillic option: Russian, Lettish/Lithuanian, Estonian, Ukranian,
Czech/Slovak, Servo-croat, English
OSD language
-East,West,Turkish Version : English,French,German,Italian,Spanish
-Cyrillic Version : Russian, English, German
2
21 PIN EURO-SCART
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Signal Designation
Matching Value
Audio Out(linked with 3)
Audio In(linked with 6)
Audio Out(linked with 1)
Audio Earth
Blue Earth
Audio in (linked with 2)
Blue in
Slow(Function) Switching
Green Earth
NC
Green In
NC
Red Earth
NC
Red In, C In
Rapid(Blanking) switching
Video Earth
Rapid Blanking Earth
Video Out
Video In, Y In
Common Earth
0.5Vrms,lmp<1 (RF 60% MOD)
0.5Vrms,lmp>10
0.5Vrms,lmp<1 (RF 60% MOD)
20
21
18
19
0.5Vrms,lmp>10
0.7Vpp 3 ,lmp75
TV:0-2V,PERI:9.5-12V,lmp>10
0.7Vpp 3 ,lmp75
0.7Vpp 3 ,lmp75
Logic 0:0-0.4V,Logic 1:1-3V,Imp 75
1Vpp
1Vpp
16
17
14
15
12
13
10
11
3 ,lmp75
3 ,lmp75
8
9
6
7
3
4
5
2
3
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Safety Instruction
WARNING: Only competent service personnel may carry out work involving the testing or repair of
this equipment.
X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION
1. Excessive high voltage can produce potentially
hazardous X-RAY RADIATION.To avoid such
hazards, the high voltage must not exceed the
specified limit. The nominal value of the high
voltage of this receiver is 26
at max beam
current. The high voltage must not, under any
circumstances, exceed 29.5 (25"), 30 (28").
Each time a receiver requires servicing, the high
voltage should be checked. It is important to use
an accurate and reliable high voltage meter.
2. The only source of X-RAY Radiation in this TV
receiver is the picture tube.For continued X-RAY
RADIATION protection,the replacement tube
must be exactly the same type tube as specified
in the parts list.
SAFETY PRECAUTION
2. If any Fuse in this TV receiver is blown, replace it
with the FUSE specified in the Replacement
Parts List.
3. When replacing a high wattage resistor(oxide
metal film resistor)in circuit board, keep the
resistor 10mm away from circuit board.
4. Keep wires away from high voltage or high
temperature components.
5. This receiver must operate under AC230 volts,
50Hz. NEVER connect to DC supply or any other
power or frequency.
1. Potentials of high voltage are present when this
receiver is operating. Operation of the receiver
outside the cabinet or with the back board
removed involves a shock hazard from the
receiver.
1) Servicing should not be attempted by anyone
who is not thoroughly familiar with the
precautions necessary when working on highvoltage equipment.
2) Discharge the high potential of the picture tube
before handling the tube. The picture tube is
highly evacuated and if broken, glass
fragments will be violently expelled.
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in this have
special safety-related characteristics. These
characteristics are often passed unnoticed by a
visual inspection and the X-RAY RADIATION
protection afforded by them cannot necessarily be
obtained by using replacement components rated
for higher voltage,wattage,etc. Replacement parts
which have these special safety characteristics are
identified in this manual and its supplements,
electrical components having such features are
identified by designated symbol on the parts list.
Before replacing any of these components, read the
parts list in this manual carefully. The use of
substitute replacement parts which do not have the
same safety characteristics as specified in the parts
list may create X-RAY Radiation.
4
SIF ADJUSTMENT
1. APPARATUS CONNECTION & PRESETTING
* CONNECTION
1) Connect H-out of LSW-480 to X-axis of the
oscilloscope and V-out of LSW-480 to Y-axis
of the oscilloscope.
2) Connect the sweep signal output to TP1.
3) Set ATTENUATOR of LSW-480 to 20dB.
4) Supply 12V D.C. voltage(B+) to TP3.
5) Supply 3V D.C. voltage(B+) to TP4.
6) Connect the test point of LSW-480 to TP2.
7) Adjust L109(AFT COIL) so that the P marker
point is located on the reference level.
* PRESET
1) Oscilloscope Scaling
a) Put the scale of X and Y of the oscilloscope
to D.C. level
b) Set the horizontal time display to X-Y.
c) Put the horizontal axis (x) to 1V / div. and the
vertical axis (Y) to 2V / div.
2) LSW-480 MARKER FREQ. SETTING
fp(n+1)
fs
fc
fp-2
fp
fs(n-1)
31.9
33.4
34.47
36.9
38.9
40.4
OSCILLOSCOPE
PIF SWEEP MAKER (LSW-480)
GENERATOR
OUTPUT
H-OUTPUT
X
V-OUTPUT
Y
FROM TP
TP1 (TUNER IF)
TP2 (I603 #12)
TP3 (TUNER B+)
TP3 (I603 #3)
DC POWER SUPPLY
(+12V)
DC POWER SUPPLY
(+3V)
- Connection For SIF Adjustment -
Y
P
(38.9 MHZ)
12
X
IC Description
DW5255S*(Micro-controller & West/East Teletext Decoder)
(1) General Description
The TDA5255 contains a slicer for VPS and TTX, an accelerating acquisition hardware module, a display
generator for “LEVEL 1” TTX data and a 8 bit u-controller running at 333 nsec cycle time.
The controller with dedicated hardware guarantees flexibility, does most of the internal processing of TTX
acquisition , transfers data to/from the external memory interface and receives/transmits data via I2C and
UART user interfaces.
The Slicer combined with dedicated hardware stores TTX data in a VBI 1Kbyte buffer.
The u-controller firmware does the total acquisition task ( hamming- and parity -checks,
page search and evaluation of header control bits) once per field.
(2) Feature
• Acquisition:
- feature selection via special function register
- simultaneous reception of TTX and VPS
- fixed framing code for VPS and TTX
- programmable framing code window for TTX
- Acquisition during VBI
- direct access to VBI RAM buffer
- Acquisition of packets x/26, x/27, 8/30 (firmware)
- assistance of all relevant checks (firmware)
- 1-bit framing-code error tolerance (switchable)
• . Display:
- features selectable via special function register
- 50/60 Hz display
- level 1 serial attribute display pages
- blanking and contrast reduction output
- 8 direct addressable display pages
- 12 x 10 character matrix
- 96 character ROM (standard G0 character set)
- 143 national option characters for 11 languages
- 288 characters for X/26 display
- 64 block mosaic graphic characters
- 32 free addressable characters for OSD in expanded character ROM + 32 inside OSD box
- double height (TOP/BOTTOM)
- conceal/reveal
- transparent foreground/background -inside/outside of a box
- cursor (colour changes from foreground to background colour)
- flash (flash rate 1s)
- programmable horizontal und vertical sync delay
- hardware assisted fast display page erase
- full screen background colour in outer screen
• Synchronization:
display synchronization to sandcastle or Horizontal Sync (HS) and Vertical Sync (VS) with startstop-oscillator or
display synchronization to sandcastle or Horizontal Sync and Vertical Sync with external clock
independent clock systems for acquisition, display and controller
• Controller:
- 8 bit configuration
- 18 MHz internal clock
- 0.33 us instruction cycle
- eight 16-bit data pointer registers (DPTR)
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- two 16-bit timers
- watchdog timer
- serial interface (UART)
- 256 bytes on-chip RAM
- 1 Kbyte on-chip extended RAM (access via MOVX)
- 8 Kbyte on-chip ACQ-buffer-RAM (access via MOVX)
- 6 channel 8-bit pulse width modulation unit
- 2 channel 14-bit pulse width modulation unit
- 4 multiplexed ADC inputs with 8-bit resolution
- one 8-bit I/O port with open drain output and optional I2C emulation
- two 8-bit multifunctional I/O ports
- one 4-bit port working as digital or analog inputs
- one 2-bit I/O port with optional address latch enable function
• P-SDIP 52 package
• 5 V supply voltage
(3) Block Diagram
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Pin
1
Name
P3.1
Symbol
Description
SYS
SECAM-L’ OUT for switching SAW filter L9461
- SECAM-L’ : H
- SECAM- L : L
2
P0.7/Open Drain
BUSSTOP
I2C BUS STOP IN for Computer controlled
alignment in Factory ( Active Low )
3
P0.6/Open Drain
SDA
Serial data IN/OUT for I2C
4
P0.5/Open Drain
SCL
Serial clock IN/OUT for I2C
5
P0.4/Open Drain
OPTION
#5 #6 Teletext
6
P0.3/Open Drain
OPTION
H H West Teletext
L H East Teletext
H L Turkish Teletext
7
P0.2/Open Drain
OPTION
#7 #8 #17 Tuning / Sound System
8
P0.1/Open Drain
OPTION
L H H B/G (2-G, NICAM)
H H H B/G, D/K (2-C, NICAM)
L L H I/I (NICAM)
H L H I (UHF only, NICAM)
H H L L/L’
B/G (2-C, NICAM)
L H L B/G
L/L’ (2-C, NICAM)
9
P0.0/Open Drain
LED
LED drive OUT
- Stand-by mode : H
- Operating mode : L
( IR reception : pulse )
10
VSS
VSS
ground
11
VCC
VCC
Power Supply
12
XTAL1
OSCIN
Input to inverting osc. Amplifier
13
XTAL2
OSCOUT
Output of inverting osc. Amplifier
14
P4.0/ALE
15
RESET
RST
RESET IN (ACTIVE LOW)
16
P1.7/14BIT PWM
VT
TUNING VOLTAGE OUT
17
P1.6/14BIT PWM
OPTION
TUNING SYSTEM
18
P1.5/14BIT PWM
F/SW
F/SW IDENT IN for stopping OSD
display in RGB mode
- H : TV /AV mode
- L : RGB mode
19
P1.4/14BIT PWM
OPTION
ATS OPTION H : ON
Not Used
L : OFF
20
P1.3/14BIT PWM
MUTE
AUDIO MUTE OUT
21
P1.2/14BIT PWM
GND
GND
22
P1.1/8BIT PWM
Not Used
23
P1.0/8BIT PWM
Not Used
15
Pin
Name
Symbol
Description
24
VSSA
VSSA
Analog GND for Slicer
25
FIL3
FIL3
PLL Loop Filter I/O for Phase Shifting
26
FIL2
FIL2
PLL Loop Filter I/O for TTX Slicing
27
FIL1
FIL1
PLL Loop Filter I/O for VPS Slicing
28
VCCA
VCCA
Analog Supply for Slicer
29
IREF
IREF
Reference Current for Slicer PLLs
30
CVBS
CVBS
CVBS IN
31
P2.3/8 bit ADC
32
P2.2/8 bit ADC
AGC
IF AGC INPUT for Auto Tuning System
33
P2.1/8 bit ADC
KS
Local KEY SCAN IN
34
P2.0/8 bit ADC
S/SW
S/SW IDENT IN for Automatic
switching between TV/AV mode
- H : AV / RGB mode
- L : TV mode
35
VSS VSS-OSD
VSS
Ground
36
P3.3/INT1
IR
REMOTE IR IN
37
VDD VCC-OSD
VDD
Power Supply
38
LCIN OSCIN-OSD
LCIN
CLOCK IN for OSD
39
LCOUT
LCOUT
CLOCK OUT for OSD
40
P3.7/TXT I/O
BL
BAND VHF-L OUT ( Active High )
41
P3.6/RXD
BH
BAND VHF-H OUT ( Active High )
42
P3.5/T1
BU
BAND UHF OUT ( Active High )
43
P3.4/T0
POWER
POWER CONTROL OUT
44
P3.2/INT0
45
HS/SC
HSYNC
HOR. SYNC. IN (Active High)
46
P4.7/VS
VSYNC
VERT. SYNC. IN (Active High)
47
R
R
RED OUT
48
G
G
GREEN OUT
49
B
B
BLUE OUT
50
BLANK
BL
BLANK OUT
51
COR
COR
Not Used
(CONTRAST REDUCTION OUT)
52
P3.0 T1C2/PWM1
EVEN/ODD
EVEN/ODD OUT for non-interlacing
in TTX mode
Not Used
Not Used
16
CAT24C08P (E2 PROM)
(1) Typical Features
• IC Bus compatible
• Low power CMOS Technology
• 16 Byte page write Buffer
• Self-Timed Write cycle with Auto-Clear
• 100,000 program/Erase cycles
• 100 Year Data Retention
• Optional High Endurance Device Available
(2) Description
The CAT24C08P is a 8K bit serial CMOS E2 PROM internally organized as 1024x8bits.
The CAT 24C08P features a 16 byte page write
buffer.
(3) Block Diagram
EXTERNAL
D OUT
AKC
SENSE AMPS
SHIFT REGISTERS
WORD ADDRESS
BUFFERS
COLUMN
DECODERS
Vcc
Vgg
START/STOP
LOGIC
SDA
2
XDEC
64
CONTROL
LOGIC
TEST
DATE IN STORAGE
HIGH VOLTAGE/
TIMING CONTROL
SEL
STATE COUNTERS
A0
A1
A2
SLAVE
ADDRESS
COMPARATORS
(4) Pin Description
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1-3
A0, A1, A2
Device Address lnputs
4
Vss
Ground
5
SDA
Serial Data/Address
6
SCL
Serial Clock
7
TEST
Connect to Vss
8
Vcc
+5V Power supply
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TDA8375A (Single chip TV Processor for Negative modulation IF )
(1) General Description
The TDA8375A is I2C-bus controlled single chip TV processors which are intended to be applied in PAL/NTSC
television receiver.
The IC is mounted in a S-DIL 56 envelope.
(2) Feature
• IF
- Vision IF amplifier with high sensitivity and good figures for differential phase and gain
- PLL demodulator with high linearity offering the possibility for (single standard) intercarrier stereo audio application .
- Alignment PLL via I2C
- [TDA8375A] Multistandard IF with negative and positive modulation, switchable via I2C
• Video
- Integrated luminance delay line
- Integrated chroma trap and bandpass filters (auto calibrated)
- Asymmetrical peaking circuit in the luminance channel
- Black stretching of non standard CVBS or luminance signals
• Colour
- SECAM interface for application with SECAM add-on TDA8395.
• RGB
- RGB control (brightness, contrast, saturation)
- Black current stabilization and white point adjustment
• Input / Output
- Flexible video source select with CVBS input for the internal signal and two external video inputs(one switchable for
CVBS or Y/C).
- The output signal of the video source select is externally available ( also as CVBS when Y/C input is used).
- External audio input.
- Linear RGB input with fast blanking.
• Synchronization and Deflection
- Horizontal synchronization with two control loops and alignment free horizontal oscillator.
- Slow start and slow stop of the horizontal drive output to enable low stress start-up and switch-off from the line circuit
at nominal line supply voltage.
- Vertical count-down circuit for stable behavior with provisions for non-standard signals.
- Vertical geometry control.
- Vertical drive optimized for DC coupled vertical output stages.
• Control
- Full I2C bus control, as well for customer controls as for factory alignment.
- All automatic controls have an option for forced mode.
• Power consumption
- Low power consumption (900 mW at 8.0 Volts).
• Packaging
- SDIL-56 (Shrinked Dual In Line, 56 pins).
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(3) Block Diagram
19
No
Name
Description
1
SOUND IF INPUT
not used.
2
EXT AUDIO INPUT
not used.
3
4
VCO REF FILTER
The IF VCO tuned circuit is applied to these pin.
Its resonance frequency must be two times the IF-frequency and in between a
range of 64-120MHz.
This range is suitable for the IF standards as 33.4, 38.9, 45.75 and 58.75MHz.
The VCO frequency can be adjusted by I2C bus so a fixed coil can be used.
5
PLL LOOP FILTER
The PLL loopfilter is a first order filter with R=390 ohm and C = 100nF in
series to ground.
The loopfilter bandwidth is 60kHz and is optimal for both fast catching and
sufficient video suppression for optimal sound performance.
Sound performance can theoretically be improved by adding a small
capacitor (approx.0- 4.7nF) between pin 5 and ground.
This however must be evaluated further because the normal video signal
response should not be effected.
6
IF VIDEO OUTPUT
Although the video output impedance is low it is recommended to avoid
high frequency current in the output due to for instance sound trap filters.
This can be achieved by means of an emitter follower at the video output with
a 1 resistor in series with the base.
7
BUS INPUT : SCL
Serial clock line
8
BUS INPUT : SDA
Serial data line
9
BANDGAP
DECOUPLING
The bandgap circuit provides a very stable and temperature independent
reference voltage.
This reference voltage (6.7V) ensures optimal performance of the TDA8375
and is used in almost all functional circuit blocks.
10
CHROMA INPUT
The supplied C S-VHS input burst amplitude should be nominally 300mVpp
(assumed is a colour bar signal with 75% saturation and with chroma/burst
ratio of 2.2/1 ). The C S-VHS input is internally clamped to 4V via 50 .
The external AC coupling capacitor with 50 forms a high pass filter.
A recommended coupling capacitor is 1 nF; the high pass filter cut off
frequency is then approximately 3KHz.
11
Y/CVBS INPUT
The Y S-VHS signal of 1Vpp ( inclusive sync amplitude) is AC coupled to pin11.
12
37
MAIN
POSITIVE SUPPLY
The TDA8375 has a main supply pin 12 and a horizontal supply pin 37. Both
pins have to be supplied simultaneously.
Notice that the IC has not been designed to use this pin 37 as start pin.
(pin 37 supplies the horizontal oscillator, PHI-1 and PHl-2)
(pin 12 supplies the rest of the circuits in the IC)
The nominal supply voltage is 8V. With min/max values of 7.2-8.8V.
Also in stand-by condition the IC must be supplied with 8V.
A voltage detection circuit is connected to both pins.
- pin12 if V12 <6.8V than a power on reset, POR, is generated. The Hout
output is disabled immediate.
- pin37 if V37 <5.8V than the horizontal output is disabled immediate.
20
No
Name
Description
13
17
INT CVBS INPUT
EXT CVBS INPUT
It is recommended that the CVBS1 int and CVBS2 ext input amplitudes are
1 Vpp (inclusive sync amplitude).
This, because the noise detector switches the 1 loop to slow mode
(i.e. auto 1mode when FOA, FOB = 0,0) when noise level exceeds
100mVrms (i.e. at S/N of 20dB).
14
GROUND
All internal circuits are connected to this ground pin 14.
15
AUDIO OUTPUT
not used.
16
DECOUPLING
FILTER TUNING
Voltage variations at pin 16, which can be due to external leakage current or
crosstalk from interference sources, should be less than 50mV to ensure that
tuning of filters/delay cells remains correct.
18
BLACK CURRENT
INPUT
For correct operation of the loop CURRENT information is supplied to the
black current input pin.
19
20
21
BLUE OUTPUT
GREEN OUTPUT
RED OUTPUT
The RGB outputs are supplied to the video output stages from pins 21, 20
and 19 respectively.
For nominal signals (i.e. CVBS/S-VHS, -(R-Y)/- (R-Y), TXT inputs) and for
nominal control settings, then the RGB output Signal amplitudes is
typically 2VBLACK_WHITE.
22
V-GUARD INPUT/
BEAM CURRENT
LIMITER
Vertical Guard
With this function, the correct working of the vertical deflection can be
monitored. If the vertical deflection fails, the RGB outputs are blanked to
prevent damage to the picture tube.
Beam current limitinq
The beam current limiting function is realised by reducing the contrast (and
finally the brightness) when the beam current reaches s too high level. The
circuit falls apart in two functions:
- Average beam current limiting (ABL): reacting on the average content of
the picture
- Peak white limiting (PWL): reacting on high local peaks in the RGB signal.
23
24
25
RED INPUT
GREEN INPUT
BLUE INPUT
The Rin, Gin, Bin input signals (nominal signal amplitude of 700mV) are
AC coupled to pin 23, 24 and 25 respectively.
Clamping action occurs during burstkey period.
26
RGB INSERTION
SWITCH INPUT
The table below a survey is given of the three modes which can be selected
with a voltage on RGB insertion switch input pin ;
Vpin26
I2C function Selected RGB signal
0.9V-3V IE1=0
RGB(internal)
IE1=1
Rin,Gin,Bin
(fast insertion on pin23,24,25)
> 4V
IE1=X
OSD can be inserted at the RGBout pins
27
LUMINANCE INPUT
An nominal input signal amplitude of 1 Vblack-white MUST be DC coupled
to the luminance input pin 27.
The pin is internally AC coupled to the luminance clamp via a capacitor of
50pF; clamping action occurs during burstkey period.
28
LUMINANCE
OUTPUT
The luminance output signal is approximately l V black-white with typical
output impedance of 25O ohm.
21
No
Name
Description
29
30
B-Y OUTPUT
R-Y OUTPUT
The maximum output impedance of pins 29 and 30 is 500 when PAL/NTSC
signals are identified. When SECAM is identified by the SECAM add-on and
no PAL/NTSC is already identified by the ASM, then the ASM sets the
-(B-Y)/-(R-Y) output switch open (via DEMSW).
This enables the -(B-Y)/-(R-Y) outputs of the TDA8395 to be directly connected
to pins 29 and 3O respectively.
31
32
B-Y INPUT
R-Y INPUT
The -(B-Y),-(R-Y) output signals (supplied from baseband delay line) are AC
coupled, via a coupling capacitor of 10nF or greater, to the -(B-Y)/-(R-Y) inputs;
both inputs are clamped during burstkey period.
33
SECAM REF
OUTPUT
The SECAM reference output is directly connected to pin l of the TDA8395 for
SECAM decoding ; it also can be used as a reference for comb filter applications.
34
35
X-TAL 3.58
X-TAL 4.43
To ensure correct operation of both:
- colour processing internal circuits,
- sync calibration internal circuits,
it is only allowed to have 3.6MHz Xtals on pin34: both 4.4MHz,3.6MHz Xtals
are allowed on pin 35.
If pin 35 is not used: then it is left open in application (also XA,XB=O,1 ).
36
LOOP FILTER
BURST PHASE
DETECTOR
One of the important aspects of the PLL is the 1oop filter connected to pin 36;
it influences the dynamic performance of the loop.
38
CVBS OUTPUT
The output amplitude is 1Vpp (transfer gain ratio between CVBS1int or
CVBS2ext or CVBS3ext/Ys-vhs and CVBSout is 1).
The maximum output impedance is 250 ohm.
39
BLACK PEAK
HOLD CAPACITOR
For the correct working of the black stretcher an external time constant should
be added at the black peak hold capacitor input.
40
HOR OUTPUT
This open collector output is meant to drive the horizontal output stage.
The output is active low, i.e. the line transistor should conduct during the low
period of the output.
41
SANDCASTLE
OUTPUT/
FLYBACK INPUT
Pin 41 is a combined input/output pin.
The pin provides a three level sandcastle pulse.
Both burstkey pulse and vertical blanking pulse are always available, the line
blanking pulse is only present when the external flyback pulse is fed to this pin.
The line flyback pulse, fed to this pin is used for two functions:
- input signal for the PHI-2 1oop and
- RGB line blanking. (without flyback pulse blanking occurs only during the
burstkey pulse)
To ensure correct working of the delay line and SECAM add-on, the output
should not be loaded with more than:
- Sandcastle input delay line TDA 4665
- Sandcastle input SECAM add-on TDA 8395
42
PHI-2 FILTER /
FLASH PROTECT
The loopfilter is a first order filter.
This pin requires a capacitor (C) only.
A flash protection becomes active when this pin is forced >6V. The horizontal
drive is switched-off immediately.
Once the voltage is <6V the horizontal drive is switched-on again via the slow
start procedure.
22
No
Name
Description
43
PHI-1 FILTER
The loopfilter connected to pin 43 is suitable for various signal conditions as
strong/weak and VCR signal.
This is achieved by switching of the loopfilter time constant by changing the
PHI-1 output current.
Via I2C bus FOA/B, different time constants can be chosen, including an
automatic mode which gives optimal performance under varying conditions.
44
GROUND
To this pin are connected the IC-substrate and horizontal output.
45
EAST-WEST DRIVE
The EW drive is a current output.
The output is single-ended and is fed directly to the EW-input terminal
46
47
VERT DRIVE +
VERT DRIVE -
The vertical drive has a current output. The output is balanced which ensures
a good common mode behavior with temperature and makes the output signal
less sensitive for disturbances.
48
49
IF INPUT
The PLL frequency range is 32-60MHz with corresponding VCO frequency
64-120MHz.
The IF input impedances is 2 in parallel with 3pF and matches the required
load for commonly used SAW filters.
A DC coupling is allowed, so no series capacitors between SAW filter and IF
input are necessary.
50
EHT/OVERVOLTAGE
PROTECT INPUT
The input range for EHT tracking is 1.2 ~ 2.8V, for a compensation of +/- 5%
on vertical and/or EW.
The tracking on EW can be switched on/off by HCO.
The overvoltage protection is activated when the voltage on pin 50 exceeds
3.9V typical.
51
VERT
SAWTOOTH
CAPACITOR
This pin requires a capacitor to ground of l00nF +/- 5%.
The optimal sawtooth amplitude is 3.5V and is determined by the external
capacitor and charge current.
The sawtooth bottom-level is 2V.
52
REFERENCE
CURRENT INPUT
This pin requires a resistor to ground.
The optimal reference current is 100 . which is determined by this resistor.
53
AGC
The AGC capacitor value is 2.2
DECOUPLING
CAPACITOR
compromise between AGC speed and tilt for all AGC modes
(negative/positive modulation).
54
TUNER AGC
OUTPUT
This output is used to control (reduce) the tuner gain for strong RF signals.
The tuner AGC is an open collector output which is acting as a variable
current source to ground.
55
AUDIO
DEEMPHASSIS
DECOUPLING
SOUND
DEMODULATOR
not used.
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and has been defined for an optimal
This pin requires a capacitor of 10 connected to ground.
The pin acts as a low pass filter needed for the DC feedback loop.
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TDA4665(Base Band Delay Line)
(1) Features
• Two comb filters, using the switched-capacitor technique,for one line delay time (64µs)
• Adjustment free application
• No crosstalk between SECAM colour carriers
• Handles negative or positive colour-difference input signals
• Clamping of AC-coupled input signals(±(R-Y)and±(B-Y))
• VCO without external components
• 3MHz internal clock signal derived from a 6MHz VCO, line-locked by the sandcastle pulse (64µs line)
• Sample-and -hold circuits and low-pass filters to suppress the 3 MHz clock signal
• Addition of delayed and non-delayed output signals
• Output buffer amplifiers
• Comb filtering functions for NTSC colour-difference signals to suppress cross-colour
(2) General Description
The TDA4661 is an integrated baseband delay line circuit with one line delay. It is suitable for decoders
with colour-difference signal outputs±(R-Y)and±(B-Y).
(3)Block Diagram
(4) Pin Description
SYMBOL PIN
SYMBOL PIN
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
Vp2
1
+5V supply voltage for digital part
Vp1
9
+5V supply voltage for analog part
n.c.
2
not connected
GND1
10
ground for analog part (0V)
GND2
3
ground for digital part (0V)
V0 (R-Y)
11
± (R-Y) output signal
i.c.
4
internally connected
V0 (B-Y)
12
± (B-Y) output signal
SAND
5
sandcastle pulse input
n.c.
13
not connected
n.c.
6
not connected
V1 (B-Y)
14
± (B-Y) input signal
i.c.
7
internally connected
n.c.
15
not connected
i.c.
8
internally connected
V1 (R-Y)
16
± (R-Y) input signal
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TDA8395 (Secam Decoder)
(1) Features
Fully integrated filters
Alignment free
For use with baseband delay
(2) Description
The TDA8395 is a self-calibrating,fully integrated SECAM decoder. The IC should preferably be used
in conjunction with the PAL/NTSC decoder TDA8362 and with the switch capacitor baseband delay
circuit TDA4665. The IC incorporates HF and LF filters, a demodulator and an identification circuit
(Iuminance is not processed in this IC).
A highly stable reference frequency is required for calibration and a two-level sandcastle pulse for
blanking and burst gating.
(3) Block Diagram
PLLref
CLOCHEref
GND
TEST
Vp
100 nF
220 nF
7
BANDGAP
8
TUNING
3
6
2
TUNING
TDA8395
CVBS
16
ACC
CLOCHE
FILTER
PLL
INTERFACE
CONTROL
IDENTIFICATION
DEEMPHASIS
9
OUTPUT
STAGE
–(R-Y)
10
–(B-Y)
1
fref/IDENT
(4) Pin Description
SYMBOL
PIN
fp1/IDENT
1
TEST
2
Vp
3
n.c.
4
n.c.
5
GND
6
CLOCHEref
7
PLL ref
8
-(R-Y)
9
-(B-Y)
10
n.c.
11
n.c.
12
n.c.
13
n.c.
14
SAND
15
CVBS
16
15
SAND
DESCRIPTION
reference frequency input/identification input
test output
positive supply voltage
not connected
not connected
ground
Cloche reference filter
PLL reference
-(R-Y) output
-(B-Y) output
not connected
not connected
not connected
not connected
sandcastle pulse input
video (chrominance) input
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TDA6106Q ( Video Output Amplifier )
(1) General Description
The TDA6106Q is a monolithic video output amplifier (5MHz bandwidth) in a SIL 9 MPpackage, using high-voltage
DMOS technology, and is intended to drive the cathode of CRT directly .
To obtain maximum performance, the amplifier should be used with black-current control.
(2) Feature
• Black - current measurement output for automatic black current stabilization (ABS)
• Single supply voltage of 200V
• Internal protection against positive appearing CRT flash-over discharge
• Protection against ESD
• Internal 2.5V reference circuit
• Controllable switch-off behavior
(3) Block Diagram
–
(4) Pin Description
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
N.C
2
N.C
3
V in
inverting input
4
GND
ground, substrate
5
I om
Black-current measurement output
6
V dd
supply voltage high
7
N.C
8
V oc
cathode output
9
V of
feedback/transient output
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TDA8351 (DC-coupled vertical deflection circuit)
(1) General Description
The TDA8351 is power circuit for use in 90 and 110 color deflection systems for field frequencies of 50 to 120 Hz.
The circuit provides a DC driven vertical deflection output circuit, operating as a high efficient class G system.
(2) Feature
• High efficient fully DC-coupled vertical output bridge circuit
• Vertical fly-back switch
• Guard circuit
• Protection against : - short circuit of the output pins (7 and 4)
- short circuit of the output pins to Vp
• Temperature (thermal) protection
• High EMC immunity because of common mode inputs
• A guard signal in zoom mode.
(3) Block Diagram
(4) Pin Description
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
I drive (pos)
input power stage (positive); include Ii(sb) signal bias
2
I drive (neg)
input power stage (negative); include Ii(sb) signal bias
3
Vp
operating supply voltage
4
V o(b)
output voltage B
5
GND
ground
6
V fb
input fly-back supply voltage
7
V o(a)
output voltage A
8
V o(guard)
guard output voltage (Not used)
9
V I(fb)
input feedback voltage
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STR-S5707 (Hybrid IC for a Switching Regulator)
(1) General Description
The STR-S5707 is a Hybrid IC with a built in power transistor and a separate excitation control IC,
designed for converter type switching mode power supply applications.
The IC is capable of quasi-resonant mode and requires small number of external component.
(2) Feature
• Small SIP isolated package : Resin sealed type (transfer mold)
• Lower power dissipation at a lighter load
• Many protection function : - Pulse-by-pulse over current protection
- Over-voltage protection with a latch
- Thermal protection with a latch
• These protection functions are incorporated and can be latched with an external signal.
(3) Block Diagram
(4) Pin Description
PIN
NAME
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
Collector
C
Collector of power Tr
2
Ground
GND
ground (Emitter of power Tr)
3
Base
B
Base of power Tr
4
Sink
SINK
Base current (IS) input
5
Over-current
protection
OCP
over-current sensing signal input
6
Inhibit
Latch
INH
input for synchronizing OFF time
and latch circuit operation
7
Sensing
SENS
constant voltage control signal input
8
Drive
DRIVE
Base drive current (ID) output
9
Vin
VIN
supply voltage for control circuit
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Electrical Characteristics of Control Part (Ta=25 )
Description
Terminal
Symbol
Rating
Unit
MIN
TYP
MAX
On-state Voltage
9-2
VIN(ON)
7.6
8
8.4
V
Off-state Voltage
9-2
VIN(OFF)
4.6
4.9
5.2
V
Operating Circuit Current
9-2
IIN(ON)
15
28
mA
Stand-by Circuit Current
9-2
IIN(OFF)
200
A
On Time
TON
33
41
Off Time
TOFF
45
55
OCP terminal Threshold Voltage
6-2
VOCP
-1.12
-1
-0.88
V
INH terminal Threshold Voltage 1
8-2
VINH-1
0.65
0.75
0.85
V
INH terminal Threshold Voltage 2
8-2
VINH-2
1.4
2..0
V
INH terminal Threshold Voltage 3
8-2
VLatch
3.2
5.1
5.8
V
OVP Operating Voltage
9-2
VIN(OVP)
9.2
10.7
V
Latch Circuit Sustaining Current
9-2
IH
500
A
Latch Circuit Cancellation Voltage
9-2
VIN(La.OFF)
2.5
3.1
Tj(TSD)
125
150
MIC Thermal Shutdown
Starting Temp
Fixed Reference Voltage
7-2
Temperature Coefficient of
Reference Voltage
7-2
VS
V
32.0
V
+2.5
mV/
Electrical Characteristics of Power Transistor Part(Trl) (Ta=25 )
Description
Terminal
Symbol
Rating
MIN
TYP
Unit
MAX
Collector Saturation Voltage
1-2
VCE(sat)
0.4
V
Collector Cutoff Current
1-2
ICEX
100
A
Base-Emitter saturation voltage
3-2
VBE(sat)
1.5
V
DC Current Gain
hFE
Thermal Resistance
Switching Time
j-F
29
61
1.3
1-2
ts
15
1-2
tf
0.5
29
/W
TDA8138 (5.1V+12V regulator with Disable and Reset)
(1) General Description
The TDA8138 is a monolithic dual positive voltage regulator designed to provide fixed precision output voltages of
5.1V and 12V at currents up to 1A.
A internal reset cuicuit generates a reset pulse when the output 1 decrease below the regulated voltage value.
Output 2 can be disabled by TTL input.
Shot circuit and themal protections are included.
(2) Feature
• output currents up to 1A
• ixed precision Output 1 voltage 5.1V 2%
• fixed precision Output 2 voltage 12V 2%
• output 1 with Reset facility
• output 2 with Disable by TTL input
• short circuit protection at both outputs
• thermal protection
• low drop output voltage
(3) Block Diagram
(4) Pin Description
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
V in 1
input 1
2
V in 2
input 2
3
Ce
Delay capacitor
4
V dis
disable
5
GND
ground
6
RST
reset
7
30
n.c
8
V out 2
output 2 (12V)
9
V out 1
output 1 (5.1V)
TDA1519B (BTL or STEREO audio amplifier)
(1) Features
Requires very few external
components for Bridge Tied Load
(BTL)
Stereo or BTL application
High output power
Low offset voltage at output (important for BTL)
Fixed gain
Good ripple rejection
Mute/stand-by switch
Load dump protection
SC and DC short-circuit-safe to ground and VP
Thermally protected
Reverse polarity safe
Capability to handle high energy on outputs (VP
= 0 V)
No switch-on/switch-off plop
Protected against electrostatic discharge
Identical inputs (inverting and non-inverting)
Compatible with TDA1519A (except output
power)
(2) General Description
The TDA1519B is an integrated class-B dual output amplifier in a 9-lead single in-line (SIL) plastic medium
power package. The device is primarily developed for car radio applications.
(3) Block Diagram
(4) Pin Description
PIN NAME
mute switch
1
Cm
60k
VA
4
1
NINV
non-inverting input
2
GND1
ground (signal)
3
RR
supply voltage ripple
rejection
4
OUT1
output 1
5
GND2
ground (substrate)
6
OUT2
output 2
7
Vp
positive supply voltage
8
M/SS
mute/stand-by switch
9
INV
inverting input
183
power stage
DESCRIPTION
18.1 k
Vp
8
+
stand–by
switch
–
stand–by
reference
voltage
VA
15k
x1
+
+
–
3
15k
mute
switch
mute
reference
voltage
TDA1519B
18.1 k
power stage
183
6
VA
9
Cm
60k
input
reference
voltage
+
mute switch
signal
ground
2
power
ground
(substrate)
Vp
7
5
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MSP3410 (Multistandard Sound processor for NICAM & 2-Carrier
(1) Features
• Asingle-chip Multistandard Sound Pressor for applications in analog and digital TV sets
• TWO selectable analog inputs
• Automatic Gain control for analog input
• All demoudlation and filtering is performed on chip and is individually programmable
• Adjustment of volume, balance, loudness, treble, bass, base width enlargement, pseudo stereo
• Independent input selection for speaker-out and scart-out
(2) Block Diagram
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(3) Description
• Analog Sound IF - Input Section
The input pins ANA_IN1+, ANA_IN2+ and ANN_IN-offer the possibility to connect two different sound IF sources to
the MSP 3410. By means of bit [8] of AD_CV either terrestrial or satellite sound IF signals can be selected. The analogto-digital conversion of the preselected sound IF signal is done by a flash-converter, whose output can be used to control an analog automatic gain circuit (AGC), providing optimum level for a wide range of input levels. It is possible to
switch between automatic gain control and a fixed (setable) input gain. In the optimum case, the input range of the AD
converter is completely covered by the sound if source. Some combinations of SAW filters and sound IF mixer IC’s
however show large picture components on their outputs. In this case filtering is recommended. It was found, that the
high pass filters formed by the coupling capacitors at pins ANA_IN1+ and ANA_IN2+ are sufficient in most cases.
• Quadrature Mixers
The digital input coming from the integrated A/D converter may contain audio information at a frequency
range of theoretically 0 to 9 MHz corresponding to the selected standards. By means of two
programmable quadrature mixers two different audio sources, for example NICAM and FM-mono, may be
shifted into baseband position. In the following the two main channels are provided to process either:
- NICAM (channel 1) and FM mono (channel 2) simultaneously or alternatively
- FM2 (channel 1) and FM1 (channel2).
Two independent digital oscillators are provided to generate two pairs of sin/cos-functions. Two
programmable increments, to be divided up into Low- and High part, determine frequency of the oscillator,
which corresponds to the frequency of the desired audio carrier.
• Lowpass Filtering Block for Mixed Sound IF Signals
By means of decimation filters the sampling rate is reduced. Then, data shaping and/or FM bandwidth limitation is
performed by a linear phase Finite Impulse Response (FIR-filter). Just like the oscillators’ increments the filter
coefficients are programmable and are written into the IC by the CCU via the control bus. Thus, for example, different
NICAM versions can easily be implemented. Two not necessarily different sets of coefficients are required, one for
channel 1 (NICAM or FM2) and one for channel 2 (FM1=FM-mono).
Since both MSP channels are designed to process the German FM Stereo System with the same FIR coefficient set
(despite 7 dB power level difference of the two sound carriers), the MSP channel 1 has an internal overall gain of 6
dB. To process two carriers of identical power level these 6 dBs have to be taken into account by decreasing the
values of the channel 1 coefficient set.
• CORDIC Block
The filtered sound IF signals are demodulated by transforming the incoming signals from Cartesian into polar format
by means of a CORDIC processor block. On the output, the phase and amplitude is available for further processing.
AM signals are derived from the amplitude information whereas the phase information serves for FM and NICAM
(DQPSK) demodulation.
• Differentiators
FM demodulation is completed by differentiation the phase information output of the CORDIC block.
• Lowpass Filer Block for Demodulated Signals
The demodulated FM and AM signals are further lowpass filtered and decimated to a final sampling
frequency of 32 kHz. The usable bandwidth of the final baseband signals is about 15 kHz.
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• DQPSK-Decoder
In case of NICAM-mode the phase samples are decoded according the DQPSK-Coding scheme. The
output of this block contains the original NICAM-bitstream, which is available at the N-Bus interface.
• NICAM-Decoder
Before any NICAM decoding can start, the MSP must lock to the NICAM frame structure by searching and
synchronizing to the so-called Frame Alignment Words (FAW).
To reconstruct the original digital sound samples the NICAM-bitstream has to be descrambled,
deinterleaved and rescaled. Also bit error detection and correction (concealment) is performed in this
NICAM specific block.
To facilitate the Central Control Unit CCU to switch the TV-set to the actual sound mode, control
information on the NICAM mode and bit error rate are supplied by the the NICAM-Decoder, It can be read
out via the I2C-Bus.
• Analog Section and SCART Switches
The analog input and output sections offer a wide range of switching facilities, which are shown in Fig.
To realize a TV-set with 3 pairs of SCART-inputs and two pairs of SCART-outputs no external switching
hardware is required.
The switches are controlled by the ACB bits defined in the audio processing interface (see chapter
“programming the audio processing part”).
If the MSP 3410 is switched off by first pulling STANDBYQ low and then disconnecting the 5V but keeping
the 8V power supply (‘Standby’-mode), the switches S1, S2 and S3 maintain their position and function.
This facilitates the copy from selected SCART-inputs to SCART-outputs in the TV-sets standby mode.
Fig. SCART-Switching Facilities Bold lines determine the default configuration
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In case of power-on start or starting from standby, the IC switches automatically to the default
configuration, shown in the figure above. This action takes place after the first I2C transmission into the
DFP part. By transmitting the ACB register first, the default setting mode can be changed.
• MSP 3410 Audio Baseband Processing
By means of the DFP processor all audio baseband functions are performed by digital signal processing
(DSP). The DSP functions are grouped into three processing parts: Input preprocessing, channel selection
and channel postprocessing.
The input preprocessing is intended to prepare the various signals of all input sources in order to form a
standardized signal at the input to the channel selector. The signals can be adjusted in volume, are
processed with the appropriate deemphasis and are dematrixed if necessary.
Having prepared the signals that way, the channel selector makes it possible to distribute all possible
source signals to the desired output channels.
Of special importance is the ability to route in an external coprocessor for special effects like graphic
equalizer, surround processing and sound field processing. Routing can be done with each input source
and output channel via the I2S inputs and outputs.
All input and output signals can be processed simultaneously with the exception that FM2 cannot be
processed at the same time as NICAM. Note that the NICAM input signals are only available in the MSP
3410 version. While processing the adaptive deemphasis, no dual carrier stereo (German or Korean) or
NICAM processing is possible. Identification values are not valid either.
• Dual Carrier FM Stereo/Bilingual Detection
In the German and Korean TV standard, audio information can be transmitted in three modes: Mono,
stereo or bilingual. To obtain information about the current audio operation mode, the MSP 3410 detects
the so-called identification signal. Information is supplied via the Stereo Detection Register to an external
CCU.
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(4) Pin Description
PIN
PIN NAME
DESCRIPTION
1
AUD_CL_OUT
Audio clock output
2
CW_CL
Pay-TV control clock
3
CW_DA
Pay-TV control data
4
D_CTR_OUT1
Digital control output 1
5
D_CRT_OUT0
Digital control output 0
6
ADR_SEL
Control bus address select
7
STANDBYQ
Standby (low-active)
8
D_CTR_IN 0
For future use
2
9
I C_CL
I2C clock
10
I2C_DA
I2C clock
11
I2S_CL
I2S clock
12
I2S_WS
I2S wordstrobe
13
I2S_DA_OUT
I2S data output
14
I2S_DA_IN
I2S data input
15
S_DA_IN
SBUS data input
16
S_ID
SBUS ident
17
S_CL
SBUS clock
18
DVSUP
Digital power supply +5V
19
DVSS
Digital ground
20
S_DA_OUT
SBUS data output (FM/NICAM-test)
21
FRAME
NBUS frame
22
N_CL
NBUS clock
23
N_DA
NBUS data
24
RESETQ
Power-on-reset
25
DACA_R
Analog output AUX, right
26
DACA_L
Analog output AUX, left
27
VREF2
Reference ground2 high voltage part
28
DACM_R
Analog output MAIN, right
29
DACM_L
Analog output MAIN, left
30
TESTIO2
Test pin 2
31
C_DACS_R
SCART output capacitor to ground
32
C_DACS_L
SCART output capacitor to ground
33
SC2_OUT_R
SCART output2, right
34
SC2_OUT_L
SCART output2, left
35
VREF1
Reference ground1 high voltage part
36
SC1_OUT_R
SCART output, right
37
SC1_OUT_L
SCART output, left
38
CAPL_A
Volume capacitor AUX
39
AHVSUP
Analog power supply 8V
40
CAPL_M
Volume capacitor MAIN
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PIN
PIN NAME
DESCRIPTION
41
AHVSS
Analog ground
42
AGNDC
Analog reference voltage high voltage part
43
PDMC1
Capacitor to BAGNDI
44
PDMC2
Capacitor to BAGNDI
45
BAGNDI
Buffered AGNDC
46
SC3_IN_L
Scart input3 in, left
47
SC2_IN_R
Scart input3 in, right
48
ASG2
Analog Shield Ground2
49
SC2_IN_L
Scart input2 in, left
50
SC2_IN_R
Scart input2 in, right
51
ASG1
Analog Shield Ground1
52
SC1_IN_L
Scart input1 in, left
53
SC1_IN_R
Scart input1 in, right
54
VREFTOP
Reference voltage IF A/D converter
55
MONO_IN
Mono input
56
AVSS
Analog ground
57
AVSUP
Analog power supply +5V
58
ANA_IN1+
IF input1
59
ANA_IN1-
IF common
60
ANA_IN2+
IF input (if ANA_IN1+is used only, connect to
AVSS with 50pF Capacitor
61
TESTIO1
Test pin1
62
XTAL_IN
Crystal oscillator
63
XTAL_OUT
Crystal oscillator
64
DMA_SYNC
DMAC-sync: signal
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TDA4445B (Quasi Parallel Sound Processor)
(1) Features
• Very high input sensitivity
• Excellent signal to noise ratio
• Fast averaged AGC
• IF amplifier can be switched off for VTR mode
• Output signal stabilized against supply voltage variations
• Very few external components
• Targeting bistandard applications
• Low AM distortion
(2) General Description
The TDA4445B is quasi parallel sound processor with quadrature intercarrier demodulator.
(3)Block Diagram
(4)Pin Description
PIN
1, 16
3
DESCRIPTION
IF input
IF AGC time constant
8, 9
Tuned circuit
11
Supply voltage
12
Sound-IF-output
13
Ground
2,4,7,10
14,15
not be connected
5
Average capacitor
6
AF output
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GMS30112-R098 (4-bit Single Chip Microcomputer for Remote control)
(1) General Description
The GMS30112-R098 is 4-bit single chip CMOS microcomputer.
(2) Feature
• program memory : 1024 bytes
• data memory : 32 x 4 bits
• 43 types of instruction set
• 3 levels of subroutine nesting
• 1 bit output port for a large current (REMOUT signal)
• operating frequency : 300kHz - 1 MHz
• instruction cycle : 12.5 usec @ 480kHz
• CMOS process ( single 3.0 V power supply )
• stop mode (through internal instruction)
• released stop mode by key input (masked option)
• built in capacitor for ceramic oscillation circuit (masked option)
• built in a watch dog timer(WDT)
• low operating voltage (2.0 V to 4.0 V)
(3) Block Diagram
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(4) Pin Description
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1,2,3,4
K0,K1,K2,K3
4 bit input port with built in pull up resistor
5,6,7,8,9,10
D0,D1,D2,D3,D4,D5
10 bit output port which can be set or reset pin
by pin independently.
The output structure is N-channel open drain.
11
REMOUT
remote control signal output port which has
high current driving capability
12
OSC 2
oscillator output
13
OSC 1
oscillator input
14
Vdd
2-4V power supply
15
RESET
reset signal input which is a low active
16
GND
ground
17,18,19,20
R0,R1,R2,R3
4 bit programmable I/O port
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IC DC Voltage charts
Input signal
PAL/CH5-Video : 8 step colour bar (87% AM)
Audio : 1 KHz sinewave (60% FM)
User’s control condition
Line voltage
Contrast, Brightness, Colour, Volume Controls-max.
AC 230V, 50Hz
All the voltage in each point are measured with Multimeter
1. TDA 8375A (I501)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
0
0
3.6
3.6
2.7
3.3
3.7
3.4
6.6
4
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
V(DC)
3.5
8
4
0
3.4
3.6
3.5
5.1
3.8
3.9
Pin No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
V(DC)
4
1.9
3.5
3.5
3.5
0.3
2.8
2.8
1.8
1.8
Pin No.
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
V(DC)
4
4
1.6
2.6
2.6
4.9
8
8
4
1.5
Pin No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
V(DC)
0.5
4.5
4
0
0.5
2.2
2.2
4
4
1.7
Pin No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
V(DC)
3.8
3.9
3
3
3.5
3.8
2. DW 5255S
(I701)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
0
5
3.4
3.6
5
5
5
5
0
0
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
V(DC)
5
2.6
2.6
5
5
4.1
0
5
5
0
Pin No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
V(DC)
5
5
5
0
2.6
2.6
2.6
5
1.5
1.5
41
Pin No.
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
V(DC)
0.5
2.5
5
0
0
5
5
2.7
2.8
3.2
Pin No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
V(DC)
0
0
4.7
5
0.4
1.3
0
0
0
0
Pin No.
51
52
V(DC)
0
0
3. TDA 4665 (I503)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
5
0
0
0
0.6
0
0.3
0
5
0
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
V(DC)
2.9
2.9
0
1.3
0
1.3
4. TDA 4445B (I603)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
4.5
0
2.5
0
4
4
0
4.7
4.7
0
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
V(DC)
12
5.3
0
0
0
4.5
5. TDA 4445B (I602)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
4.5
0
2.6
0
4
4
0
4.8
4.8
0
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
V(DC)
12
3.7
0
0
0
4.5
42
6. TDA 8395 (I502)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
1.6
1.2
8
0
0
0
3.3
4.3
1.7
1.7
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
V(DC)
0
0
0
0
0.5
3.4
7. TDA 8138 (I802)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
V(DC)
12
4.5
3
4.5
0
5
0
12
5
8. TDA 8351 (I301)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
V(DC)
2.3
2.3
16
8.3
0
4.6
8.3
0.6
7.1
9. TDA 1519B (I601)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
V(DC)
1.9
0
6.4
6.4
0
6.5
13.3
12.7
1.9
10. MSP 3410 (I602)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V(DC)
0
0
0
0
0
0
4.9
0
3.6
3.4
Pin No.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
V(DC)
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
4.9
3.8
4.9
0
3.8
Pin No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
V(DC)
0
2.5
0.5
5
0.1
0.1
0
1.5
1.7
0
Pin No.
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
V(DC)
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
0
3.8
3.8
7.1
8
6.2
43
Pin No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
V(DC)
0
3.7
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
0
3.8
3.8
Pin No.
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
V(DC)
0
3.8
3.8
2.7
4
0
5
1.5
1.5
0.1
Pin No.
61
62
63
64
V(DC)
0
2.5
2.5
0.1
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Circuit Description
Vision IF amplifier, AFC, video demodulator
The IF signal from the tuner is fed through a SAW filter to the differential IF input (pin 48 and 49).
The first IF stage consists of 3 AC-coupled amplifiers with a total gain control range of over 66 dB.
The reference carrier for the video demodulator is obtained by a PLL carrier regenerator
(eliminating notch filter compromises, as in reference tuned circuits for passive carrier regeneration).
Only an oscillator coil is needed( pin 3 and 4) that can be aligned via l2C-bus to the double IF frequency.
The AFC information is derived from the VCO control voltage of the IF-PLL
and can be read via I2C-bus.
Bit AFB toggles when the picture carrier is exactly at the desired IF frequency (= half the aligned IF-PLL frequency).
AFA is active in a window around this point.
For fast search-tuning applications this window can be increased by a factor 3 (AFW bit).
Tuner A.G.C.
The automatic gain control (A.G.C.) circuit operates on top sync level at negative modulated signals
or on peak white level at positive modulation, selected by MOD bit.
The tuner A.G.C. is controlled via pin 54.
The tuner A.G.C. take over point (T.O.P.) can be set over a wide range: 0.8 mVrms .. 80 mVrms
IF input signal amplitude.
The tuner AGC output may have to operate above Vcc of TDA8375A.
Therefore pin 54 is an open collector output, that can operate from 0.3 up to Vcc+ 1 Volt
(at > 2 mA sink current)
Source select switch
TDA8375A input switch can select one of the following sources ;
pin 13 front-end : CVBS l int
pin17
: CVBS 2 ext
pin 11.pinlO : Y (S-VHS), C (S-VHS)
Selected signal is available at the CVBS output pin 38, in case of Y/C input Y+C are added.
It drive teletext and the TDA8395 SECAM add-on.
For S-VHS applications, the Y,C input can be selected, independent of the CVBS source switch.
TDA8375A Y,C inputs are selected, while the source switch outputs CVBS l int or CVBS 2 ext on CVBS out.
Horizontal synchronization and protection
The synchronization separator adapts its slicing level in the middle between top-sync and black level of the CVBS signal.
The separated synchronization pulses are fed to the first phase detector and to the coincidence detector.
The -1 loop gain is determined by the components at pin 43 (C+RC).
The coincidence detector detects whether the horizontal line oscillator is synchronized to the incoming video.
The line oscillator is a VCO-type, running at twice the line frequency.
It is calibrated with the X-tal oscillator frequency of the colour decoder and has a maximum deviation of 2% of the
nominal frequency, so no alignment is-needed.
Calibration is done at start up( the TDA8375A must first know what colour X-tals are connected, bits XA and XB) and
after synchronization loss ( -1 coincidence detector “Sync Locked” bit SL).
The second phase detector -2 locks the phase of the horizontal driver pulses at output pin 40 to the horizontal
flyback pulse at input pin 41 .
This compensates for the storage time of the horizontal deflection transistor.
The - 2 loop filter (C) is externally connected to pin 42.
The horizontal phase can be given a static off set via I2C-but (HSH “horizontal shift”)
A dynamic correction is possible by current feedback into the - 2 loop filter capacitor.
To protect the horizontal deflection transistor, the ho rizontal drive is switched off immediately when a power
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failure ( “ Power-On Reset “ bit POR ) is detected.
The power failure may have corrupted the contents of the internal data registers, so the TDA8375A should be
started up again.
The TDA8375A has a separate supply input (pin 37) that only used as a clean supply voltage for thehorizontal
oscillator circuits.
Vertical synchronization
The vertical sawtooth generator drives the vertical output.
It uses an external capacitor at pin 51 and a current reference resistor at pin 52.
The TDA8375A vertical drive has differential current outputs for DC-coupled vertical output stage, like the TDA8351 .
At TDA8351 input pins l and 2 this current is converted into a drive voltage via a resistor.
Geometry processing
With the TDA8375A is possible to implement automatic geometry alignment, because all parameters are adjusted
via the I2C bus.
The deflection processor of the TDA8375A offers the following five controls;
- Horizontal shift
- Vertical slope.
- Vertical amplitude
- Vertical S-correction
- vertical shift
Colour decoder
The colour decoder contains an alignment-free X-tal oscillator, a dual killer circuit and colour difference demodulators.
Together with the TDA8395 SECAM add-on a multi standard PAL/SECAM/NTSC decoder can be built with
automatic recognition.
Which standard can be decoded depends on the external Xtals used.
Two Xtal pins (34and 36) are present so normally no external switching is required.
The I.C. must be told which X-tals are connected (bits XA and XB).
This is important, because the X-tal frequency of the colour decoder is also used to calibrate many internal circuit.
The burst phase detector locks the Xtal oscillator with the chroma burst signal.
The phase detector operates during the burst key period only, to prevent disturbance of the PLL by the chroma signal.
Two gain modes provide:
- Good catching range when the PLL is not Locked.
- Low ripple voltage and good noise immunity once the PLL has locked
The killer circuit switches-off the R-Y and B-Y demodulators at very low input signal conditions (chroma burst amplitude).
A hysteresis prevents on/off switching at low, noisy signals.
Color standard
pin34
pin35
XA
XB
PAL4.43/SECAM + NTSC-4.43
none
4.43
1
0
PAL4.43/SECAM + NTSC-M
3.58
4.43
1
1
Integrated video filters
The TDA8375A has alignment-free internal luminance delay, chroma bandpass and chroma trap.
They are implemented as gyrator circuits tuned by tracking to the frequency of the chroma Xtal oscillator.
The chroma trap in the Y signal path is by-passed when Y/C input is selected (S-VHS ).
For SECAM an extra luminance delay is build-in, for correct delay of the luminance signal.
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RGB output and black current stabilization
The colour difference signals (R-Y, B-Y) are matrixed with the luminance signal (Y) to obtain the RGBout output
signals (pins 19, 20, 21).
In the TDA8375A the matrix type automatically adapts to the decoded standard (NTSC,PAL) .
Linear amplifiers are used to interface external RGB in signals (pins 23,24,25) from the SCART connector.
These signals overrule the internal RGB signals when the data insertion pin 26 (FBI) is switched to a level between
1.0V and 3.0V.
The contrast and brightness control and the peak white limiter operate on both internal and external RGB signals
R,G and B each have their own, independent gain control to compensate for the difference in phosphor efficiencies
of the picture tube: so called “white point” adjustment.
The nominal amplitude is about 2V black to white, at nominal input signals and control settings.
TDA8375A has a black current stabilization loop, that automatically adjust the black level to the cut-off voltage of the
picture tubes three gun cathodes.
Since no current is flowing when the voltage the cathode is equal to the cut-off voltage of the tube, the loop stabilizes
at a very small gun current.
This “black current” of the three guns is measured internally and compared with a reference current, to adjust the
black level of RGBout.
The black level loop is active during 4 lines at the end of the vertical blanking.
In the first line the leakage current is measured (max. acceptable 100 A).
In the next three lines the black levels of the three guns are adjusted.
The nominal value of the ‘black current’ is 10 A.
The ratio of the ‘black currents’ for the 3 guns tracks automatically with the white point adjustment, so the
back-ground colour is the same as the adjusted white point.
At switch-on of the TV receiver the black current stabilization circuit is not yet active and RGBout are blanked.
Before the first measurement pulses appear, 0.5 sec delay ensures that the vertical deflection is active, so the pulses
will not be visible on the screen.
During the measuring lines RGBout will supply 4V pulses to the video output stages.
The TDA8375A waits until the black current feedback input (pin 18) exceeds 200 A, which indicates that the picture tube
is warm-up.
Then the black current stabilization circuit is active.
After a waiting time of about 1.0 sec, the blanking of RGBout is released.
Tuning
The AFC information of the TDA8375A is not available as an analogue voltage.
Automatic following (=frequency tracking, AFC) can be done via the I2C-bus by software.
The TDA8375A AFC window is typically 80 kHz wide.
This value is made higher than the 62.5 kHz tuning step, to prevent an automatic following loop from continuously
adapting the tuning frequency..
With this AFC window ( 40 kHz) the maximum tuning error is less than 62.5 kHz.
For high speed search-tuning-algorithms, the AFC window can be widened to 240 kHz via bit AFW.
TDA8395 SECAM decoder
The TDA8395 is an alignment-free SECAM colour decoder, including a Cloche filter, demodulator and line
identification circuit.
The Cloche filter is a gyrator-capacitor type.
Its frequency is calibrated in the vertical retrace period.
The calibration reference( pin 1 ) is obtained from the TDA8375A color X-tal oscillator (pin 33).
Pin 7 is a decoupling for the Cloche reference.
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The voltage change at this pin due to leakage currents should be lower than 10 mV, during field scan, resulting in a
capacitor of minimal 100 nF.
Pin 8 is the reference capacitor for the PLL.
The voltage variation during field scan at this pin should be lower than 2 mV , resulting in a capacitor of 220 nF.
The sandcastle input (pin 15) is connected to TDA8375A pin 41 and is used for generation of the blanking periods and
provides clock information for the identification circuit.
The CVBS source select output (TDA8375A pin 38) supplies SECAM chroma to pin 16 of the TDA8395.
This is demodulated by a PLL demodulator, that uses the reference frequency at pin l and a bandgap reference to
obtain the desired demodulation characteristic.
If the digital line identification in theTDA8395 detects SECAM, pin 1 will sink a current of 150 (A out of TDA8375A
SECAMref pin 33.
When the TDA8375A has not detected PAL or NTSC, it will respond by increasing the voltage at pin 33 from 1.5V to 5V.
Now the TDA8375A color difference outputs pin 30 and 29 are made high-ohmic and the TDA8395 output pin 9 and 10
are switched on.
These outputs will be disconnected and high-ohmic when no SECAM is detected for two frame periods, the decoder
will be initialized before trying again.
SECAM-L and -L’ application
For SECAM-L and L’ the TDA8375A has to be switched to positive modulation via I2C-bus bit MOD.
SECAM-L’ signals only occur in VHF band l and have their picture and sound carrier interchanged, compared to
SECAM-L/PAL channels.
For SECAM-L’ the IF picture carrier is situated at 34.5 MHz and the AM-sound carrier at 41MHz.
Therefore the IF-PLL reference has to be tuned away from 38.9 to 34.5 MHz.
This can be done via I2C-bus sub-address 15hex (IF-PLL).
The AM sound output is inserted at TDA8375A external audio input pin via the SCART plug.
When bit MOD selects positive modulation for SECAM-L/L’, the TDA8375A automatically switches to external audio.
Base band delay line TDA4665
TDA4665 is an integrated double baseband delay line of 64 S.
It couples to the TDA8375A and TDA8395 without any switches or alignments.
The TDA4665 consist of two main blocks:
- Two delay lines of 64 sec in switched capacitor technique
- Internal clock generation of 3 MHz, line locked to the sandcastle pulse
The TDA4665 operates according to the mode demanded by the colour transmission standard:
- For PAL it operates as geometric adder to satisfy the PAL demodulation requirements
- In NTSC mode it reduces cross-colour interference (comb-filtering)
- For SECAM it repeats the colour difference signal on consecutive horizontal scan lines.
A sandcastle pulse is connected to pin 5.
The top pulse voltage (should not exceed 5 V) can be directly coupled to the 5 V sandcastle output of the TDA8375A.
The R-Y and B-Y colour difference signals (from TDA8375A pins 30 and 29) are AC-coupled and clamped by the
input stages at pins 16 and 14.
An internal 6 MHz Current controlled oscillator is line locked via a PLL to the sandcastle pulse at pin 5.
This clock drives the delay lines to obtain the required 64 sec.
Sample and hold low pass filters supress the clock signal.
The original and the delayed signals are added, buffered and fed to the output pins 11 and 12.
These are AC-coupled to the R-Y and B-Y colour difference input pin 32 and 31 of TDA8375A.
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The TDA4665 needs a 5 V supply voltage on pin 1 for the digital part and on pin 9 for the analog part.
TDA8351 vertical deflection.
The TDA8351 is a vertical deflection circuit.
It can be used in 90 deflection systems with frame frequencies from 50 up to 120 Hz
With its bridge configuration the deflection output can be DC coupled with few external components.
Only a supply voltage for the scan and a second supply for the flyback are needed.
The TDA8351 can drive max.2A.
The vertical drive currents of TDA8375A pins 47 and 46 are connected to input pins 1 and 2 of the TDA8351.
The currents are converted into a voltage by a resistor between pins 1 and 2.
Pin2 is on a fixed DC level (internal bias voltage) and on pin l the drive voltage can be measured (typical 1.8 Vpp).
The drive voltage is amplified by ‘A’ and fed to two amplifiers ‘B’ and ‘C’, one is inverting and the other is a non
inverting amplifier.
The outputs (pins 4 and 7) are connected to the series connection of the vertical deflection coil and feedback resistor .
The voltage across feed back resistor is fed via pin 9 to correction amplifier ‘D’, to obtain a deflection current which is
proportional to the drive voltage.
The supply voltage for the TDA8351 is 16V at pin 3.
The flyback generator has a separate supply voltage of 45V on pin 6.
Horizontal deflection
The circuit contains horizontal drive, line output transformer.
The horizontal driver pulses from the TDA8375A are amplified in the horizontal drive circuit, to get sufficient base-drive
current for the high voltage switching transistor Q401.
During the horizontal scan period( =52 s) Q401 will conduct, and a sawtooth current flows from +132V through the
primary winding of the FBT to ground.
After this time Q401 is switched off and the energy stored in the FBT during the scan period will be transformed to the
flyback capacitor CT.
This energy transfer will take place in a cosine shape because the primary of the FBT and CT from a resonant circuit.
The time the energy is transferred from FBT to CT. and back to the FBT, is called the flyback time and will take place
in about 12 s.
The flyback peak voltage is about 9 times the scan voltage.
In series with the horizontal deflection coil there is a (damped) linearity corrector coil.
During the scan there is some loss in the resistance of the deflection coil.
In the first part of a line the linearity corrector stores some energy in a permanent magnet until it is saturated.
This improves the linearity of the horizontal scan speed.
The required S correction for the picture tube can be adjusted with the value of C408.
The beam current limiting information (BeamCurr) is derived from the foot of the H.V winding of the FBT.
This is connected via resistor to +8V.
As the beam current increase, the voltage on line BeamCurr decreases.
BeamCurr is damped by a integration filter before it is fed back to TDA8375A pin 22.
The TDA8375A will decrease the contrast (and eventually the brightness) to limit the average beam current.
EW drive
The DC voltage on pin 45 is determined by the East-West driver stage input and may range from 1 to 8 volts.
To prevent distortion, the voltage must always be >1volt.
Because the DC voltage on pin 45 is equal to the minimal output voltage of the East-West driver stage (reached for iew =
0), it is recommended to choose this level close to 1 volt for maximum range.
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Video amplifiers
Three TDA6106Q integrated video amplifiers drive cathode of the picture tube directly.
They are protected against CRT flashover discharges and ESD (electro static discharge).
The three video amplifiers, have a beam current output I black, used by the TDA8375A black current loop to control
the black level on the cathodes.
The outputs can be connected together because the black current 100p sequentially controls the black level for each
cathode.
The amplification of the TDA6106Q is set by the resistors between pin 3 and 9 and between pin 3 (negative-input) and
the TDA8375A output.
There are no alignment any more on the CPT panel, because of the automatic black current stabilization and because
the white point adjustment can be done in the TDA8375A via I2C bus.
Power Supply STR-S5707
(1) VIN terminal, start-up circuit
A start-up circuit is to start and stop a operation of a control IC by detecting a voltage appearing at a VIN terminal
(pin-9).
At start up of a power supply, when a voltage at the VIN terminal reaches to 8V (typical) by charging up C812 by
the function of a start-up resistor, R802, a control circuit starts operating by the function of the start-up circuit.
After the control circuit starts its operation, power source is obtained by smoothing voltage appearing at winding of
pin6-7 of T802.
(2) Oscillator, F/B terminal voltage (Pin 7)
A oscillator generates pulse signals which turns a power transistor on and off by making use of charge and discharge
of C1 and C2 incorporated in the Hybrid IC.
Constant voltage control of a switch-mode power supply is performed by changing both ON-time and OFF-time except
when the load is light (ex. remote control stand-by mode of TVs).
The ON-time is controlled by changing a current charged by C1, which is as the result of that the detection winding of
pin5-7 of T802, which detects a change of voltage in a secondary side, connected to the sensing terminal (Pin 7) has the
current in accordance with an output signal from an output voltage detection circuit (an error amplifier) built in.
As an AC input voltage to the power supply gets the higher and a load current the smaller, the current flowing to the
SENS terminal gets the larger, and the ON-time gets the shorter.
(3) Function of INH terminal (Pin 6), control of OFF-time
Signal to the INH terminal is used as inputs to COMP.1 and COMP.2 inside of the control IC.
A threshold voltage of COMP.1, VTH1 is set at 0.75V (Ta=25°) and an input signal to a drive circuit becomes almost
0V (the power transistor is in OFF mode) when a voltage at the INH terminal reaches the VTH1.
A threshold voltage of COMP.2, VTH2, is set at 1.5V (Ta=25°).
When the INH terminal voltage reaches VTH2, an output from COMP.2 reverses (the power transistor is in on mode).
Quasi-resonant operation
By inputting the voltage of winding of pin6-7 of T802 which is synchronized with the energy discharge time of a
secondary winding, pin14(or 15)-16 of T802, to the INH terminal through D805 and RC803, quasi-resonant operation
can be achieved.
When the power transistor turns off and a voltage higher than VTH2 is applied to the INH terminal, C3 immediately
discharges and then starts charging again.
Even after the discharge of energy of a secondary winding is completed, VINH does not immediately increases.
When it gets lower than VTH1, the transistor turns on.
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Stand-By Mode
While being in remote control stand-by mode, the output voltage is kept on providing to the secondary side and
the power transistor operates at A class mode.
(4) Drive circuit
The STR-S5707 applies the proportional drive system in order to minimize turn-on and saturation loss, and storage time.
(5) OCP (over-current protection) function
Over-current protection is performed pulse by pulse by directly detecting collector current of the power transistor.
Detecting voltage is set to -1V below a reference point of GND (ground).
(6) Latch circuit
It is a circuit which sustains an output from the oscillator low and stops operation of the power supply when over-voltage
protection (OVP) circuit and thermal shutdown (TSD) circuit are in operation.
As the sustaining current of the latch circuit is 500 A maximum when VIN terminal voltage is 4V, the power supply
circuit sustains the off state as long as current of 500 A minimum flows to VIN terminal from a start-up resistor.
In order to prevent a malfunction to be caused by a noise and so on, delay time is provided by C1 incorporated in the
IC and, therefore, the latch circuit operates when the OVP or TSD circuit is in operation, or an external signal input is
provided for about 10 sec or longer.
In addition, even after the latch circuit start operating, the constant voltage regulator (Reg) circuit is in operation and the
circuit current is at high level.
As a result, VIN terminal voltage rapidly decreases.
When VIN terminal voltage becomes lower than the shutdown voltage, VIN(OFF) (4.9V typical), it starts increasing as the
circuit current is below 500 A.
When it reaches the ON-state voltage, VIN (ON) (8V typical), VIN terminal voltage starts decreasing because the circuit
current increases again.
When the latch circuit is on, VIN terminal voltage increases and decreases within the range from 4.9V typical to
8V typical and is prevented from abnormally rising.
Cancellation of the latch is done by decreasing VIN terminal voltage below 3.3V.
The power supply can be restarted after disconnecting an AC input to the power supply once.
(7) Thermal shutdown circuit
It is a circuit to trigger the latch circuit when the frame temperature of the IC exceeds 150 (typical).
Although the temperature is actually sensed at the control chip, it works against overheating of the power transistor
as the power transistor and the control IC are mounted on the same lead frame.
(8) Over-voltage protection circuit
It is a circuit to trigger the latch circuit when VIN terminal voltage exceeds 11V (typical).
Although it basically functions as protection of VIN terminal against over-voltage, since VIN terminal is usually supplied
from the drive winding of the transformer and the voltage is proportional to the output voltage, it also functions against
the over-voltage of secondary output which causes when the control circuit opens or in some other events.
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THE DIFFERENT PARTS FOR CRT (CP-775)
No
1
2
3
4
LOC. NAME
C402
C404
C408
D406
C MYLAR
C MYLAR
C MYLAR
DIODE
28” (V/COLOR
(2896ST, 2898ST)
28”(PHILIPS)
25”(PHILIPS)
(2896ST, 2898ST) (2594ST)
25”(ORION)
(25G1ST)
29”(ORION)
(29G1ST)
1.6KV 7200PF
1.6KV 8200PF
CMYH3C722J
CMYH3C822J
1.6KV 4700PF
1.6KV 8200PF
CMYH3C472J
CMYH3C822J
400V 0.27MF
400V 0.33MF
400V 0.47MF
CMYE2G274J
CMYE2G334J
CMYE2G474J
BYW95C
DBYW95C - - -
5
C409
C CERA
250V 47MF
CEXF2E470V
6
J802
WIRE COPPER
AWG22 1/0.65 TIN
COATING
85801065GY
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
R333
R919
V901
ZDC10
L401
P501A
R C-FILM
R FUSIBLE
CRT
1/4W 2K OHM
1/4W 3K OHM
RD-4Z202J -
RD-4Z302J-
1W 0.68
1W 3.3
RF01Z688J -
RF01Z339J -
A66ECY13X611
A66EAK071X11
A59EAK071X11
A59KTB96X01 P38
4859613360
4859622160
4859622260
4859608962
4859618060
A68KTB190X006 P38
COIL
DC-2701
DC-2501
DC-2500
DC-2901
DEGAUSSING
58G0000103
58G719M096
58G0000092
58G0000094
COIL
TRL-330
H-LINEARITY
58G0000025
58G0000039
CONN AS
YH025-06+YST025+
YH025-06+YST025+
ULW=400
USW=500
4850706S02
4850706S18
ZCG10 CRT
GROUND AS
TRL-200D
2801H-1015-2P
2501H-1015-2P
2901H-1015-2P
48519A5510
48519A4010
48519A4210
52
THE DIFFERENT PARTS FOR SYSTEM (CP-775)
No
LOC.
NAME
1
J701
WIRE COPPER
2
J702
WIRE COPPER
3
J703
WIRE COPPER
TF
AWG221/0.65 TIN
COATING
85801065GY
4
J704
WIRE COPPER
5
J705
WIRE DOPPER
6
J706
WIRE COPPER
7
SF01
FILTER SAW
G3962M
5PG3962M - -
8
SF02
FILTER SAW
G9251M
5PG9251M - -
9
SF03
FILTER SAW
10
Z502
FILTER CERA
MKT40MA100P
5PMKT40MA -
11
I502
IC
12
I604
IC
13
U100
TUNER
3303KHC
VATACTOR
4859714430
CORD POWER
CW4232+BL102NG
AS
+TUBE=2500
14
P801
4859903110
15
D601
DIODE
16
D602
DIODE
53
2898
29
28
27
26
25
24
4858213800
4858215400
6520010100
4858037300
4858164200
4855415800
BAG POLY
PE FILM
STAPLE PIN
BOX CARTON
PAD
SPEC PLATE
1
1
12
1
1
1
PE FILM TO.06 250 350
18M/M JDO
DW-3
EPS 2895
150ART P/E FILM
54
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4857817611
7122401612
4852148901
4856015700
4856215402
4854934001
4857817612
7121401611
4853414501
4853311601
4852062411
7122401212
4852535001
4857923300
4855617401
4855058201
4852820601
4856717900
4854849201
4852535000
CLOTH BLACK
SCREW TAPPING
COVER BACK
CRT
SCREW CRT FIXING
WASHER RUBBER
MAIN PCB AS
BUTTON
CLOTH BLACK
SCREW TAPPING
BRKT CRT
RETAINER BACK
MASK FRONT
SCREW TAPPING
SPK
GRILL SPK R
DOOR LOCK
MARK BRAND
DECO CTRL
DOOR
SPRING
BUTTON POWER
GRILL SPK L
6
9
1
1
4
4
1
1
3
20
4
7
1
8
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
FELT TO.7 200 20
T2S TRS 4 16 MFZN
HIPS BK
SWRM+SK-5L=27
CR
CP-775
ABS BK
FELT TO.7 250 20
T2S PAN 4 16 MFZN
ABS NC
HIPS NC
HIPS BK
T2S TRS 4 12 MFZN
PS SHEET TO.45
LA701(KIFCO)
AL (SILVER)
PVC TO.3
PC SMOG
SWPA( 6.4 16 TO.5)
ABS BK
PS SHEET TO.45
C/B+M/F
BRKT+M/F
SPK+M/F
Electrical Parts List
Components marked with this symbol must only be replaced by a component having
identical physical characteristics.
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
ZAC10
PSACPW0069
ACCESSORY AS
DTY-2896TAF
M821
4858211400
POLY BAG
P.E FILM T0.03X600X550
10
47P7500001
BATTERY
AAM 1.5V
10000
48586A1617
MANUAL INSTRUCTION
ALL
ZBC10
PSBCSH0031
COVER BACK AS
DTY-2896TF
M211
4852148901
COVER BACK
HIPS BK
M541
4855415800
SPEC PLATE
150ART P/E FILM (C/TV)
M781
4857817611
CLOTH BLACK
FELT T0.7 L=200
M782
4857817610
CLOTH BLACK
FELT T0.7 L=300
ZCA10
PSCACA0069
CABINET AS
DTY-2896TAF
M211A
7122401612
SCREW TAPPING
T2S TRS 4X16 MFZN BK
M251
4852534901
GRILL SPKR L
EGI T0.5
M252
4852535101
GRILL SPKR R
EGI T0.5
M281
4852820601
DOOR
PC SMOG
M352
97P4602700
CLAMP CORD
NYLON 66 BLK 5280N
M481
4854849201
BUTTON POWER
ABS BK
M481A
4856717900
SPRING
SWPA
M491
4854934001
BUTTON
ABS BK
M501
4855058201
DECO CTRL
PVC T0.3
M561
4855617401
MARK BRAND
AL (SILVER)
M681
4856812001
TIE CABLE
NYLON66 DA100
M783
4857817612
CLOTH BLACK
FELT T0.7 L=250
M791
4857923300
DOOR LOCK
LA701(KIFCO)
P405
4850706S10
CONN AS
35135-06+HS30052+ULW=500
SP01B
7122401212
SCREW TAPPING
T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN BLACK
SP01C
7122401212
SCREW TAPPING
T2S TRS 4X12 MFZN BLACK
V901
4859622160
CRT
A66EAK071X11
V901A
4856215402
WASHER RUBBER
CR
V901B
4856015700
SCREW CRT FIX
SWRM+SK5 L=27
ZFM10
PSFMSJ0031
MASK FRONT AS
DTY-2896TF
M201
4852062401
MASK FRONT
HIPS BK
M331
4853311601
RETAINER BACK
HIPS NC
M341
4853414501
BRKT CRT
ABS NC
M341A
7121401611
SCREW TAPPING
T2S PAN 4X16 MFZN
ZMP10
PSMPMS0069
PCB MAIN MANUAL AS
DTY-2896TAF
10
2193102005
SOLDER BAR
SN:PB=63:47 S63S-1320
20
2193011101
SOLDER WIRE
RS 60-1.2 1.6A
30
2291050615
FLUX SOLDER
DF-2012U
55
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
40
2291050301
FLUX SOLVENT
IM-1000
60
2224050026
BOND SILICON
RTV 122 CARTRIDGE
90
2291051001
FLUX KILLER
KFT-7
C302
CEYD1H689W
C ELECTRO
50V RHD 6.8MF (16X35.5)
C402
CMYH3C722J
C MYLAR
1.6KV BUP 7200PF J
C404
CMYH3C472J
C MYLAR
1.6KV BUP 4700PF J
C408
CMYE2G274J
C MYLAR
400V PU 0.27MF J
C417
CMYB2G472J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C666
CEXF1E102V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 1000MF (13X20) TP
C801
CL1JB3474M
C LINE ACROSS
AC250V 0.47MF U/C/SNDFIS
C805
CEYN2G181P
C ELECTRO
400V LHS 180MF (25X35)
C821
CH1FFE472M
C CERA AC
4.0KV 4700PF M KD AC250V
C965
CCYB3D102K
C CERA
2KV B 1000PF K
D403
DBY228——
DIODE
BY228 (TAPPING)
D404
DBYW95C—-
DIODE
BYW95C (TAPPING)
D406
DBYW95C—-
DIODE
BYW95C (TAPPING)
D707
DKLR114L—
LED
KLR114L
D809
DBYW95C—-
DIODE
BYW95C (TAPPING)
D810
DBYW95C—-
DIODE
BYW95C (TAPPING)
D812
DBYW95C—-
DIODE
BYW95C (TAPPING)
F801
5FSCB4022R
FUSE CERA
SEMKO F4AH 4A 250V MF51
G971
4SG0D00103
SPARK GAP
S-23 900V-1.5KV
G972
4SG0D00103
SPARK GAP
S-23 900V-1.5KV
G973
4SG0D00103
SPARK GAP
S-23 900V-1.5KV
HP01
4859102130
JACK EARPHONE
YSC-1537
I301
1TDA8351—
IC VERTICAL
TDA8351
I301A
4857024403
HEAT SINK
AL EX
I301B
7174301011
SCREW TAPPTITE
TT2 RND 3X10 MFZN
I501
1TDA8375A-
IC VCD
TDA8375A
I502
1TDA8395—
IC
TDA8395
I503
1TDA4665V4
IC DELAY
TDA4665/V4
I601
1TDA1519B-
IC AMP
TDA1519B
I601A
4857026401
HEAT SINK
AL EX (BK)
I601B
7174300811
SCREW TAPPTITE
TT2 RND 3X8 MFZN
I601C
4856815900
CLAMP WIRE
EGI T0.4+PVC COATING
I601D
7128261011
SCREW TAPPING
T2S WAS 2.6X10 MFZN
I602
1MSP3410D-
IC AUDIO
MSP3410D
I603
1TDA4445B-
IC
TDA4445B
I604
1TDA4445B-
IC
TDA4445B
I700
1UPC574J—
IC
UPC574J
I701
1DW5255S1-
IC MICOM
DW5255S1
I702
124LC08B—
IC MEMORY
24LC08B
56
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
I703
1TFMW5380-
IC PREAMP
TFMW5380
I801
1STRS5707-
IC POWER
STR-S5707
I801A
4857025403
HEAT SINK
AL050P-H24 T=2
I801B
7174301011
SCREW TAPPTITE
TT2 RND 3X10 MFZN
I802
1TDA8138—
IC REGULATOR
TDA8138
I802A
4857025401
HEAT SINK
A1050P-H24 T2
I802B
7174300811
SCREW TAPPTITE
TT2 RND 3X8 MFZN
I803
1KA7808—-
IC REGULATOR
KA7808
I901
1TDA6106Q-
IC AMP
TDA6106Q
I902
1TDA6106Q-
IC AMP
TDA6106Q
I903
1TDA6106Q-
IC AMP
TDA6106Q
JPA01
4859200401
SOCKET RGB
SR-21A1 (ANGLE TYPE)
JPA02
4859200401
SOCKET RGB
SR-21A1 (ANGLE TYPE)
JPA03
4859108450
JACK PIN BOARD
YSC03P-4120-14A
LF801
5PLF24A1—
FILTER LINE
LF-24A1
L103
58C9780027
COIL CHOKE
TRF-1201B (0.97 UH)
L109
58M38R9006
COIL DET
TRF-1490
L110
58E0000S37
COIL AFT
TRF-A001
L401
58H0000025
COIL H-LINEARITY
TRL-330
L402
58C7070085
COIL CHOKE
TLN-3062A
L802
58C9430599
COIL CHOKE
AZ-9004Y(94MH)
M351
4853530901
HOLDER LED
HIPS BK
M721
4857235402
SHIELD CASE
SPTH-C T0.25
PWC1
4859903110
CORD POWER AS
CW4232+BL102NG+TUBE=2500
A000
4859903511
CORD POWER
CW4232 H03VVH2-F=2250
P401A
4850704S04
CONN AS
YH025-04+YST025+ULW=400
P402
4859240120
CONN WAFER
YFW500-06
P501A
4850706S02
CONN AS
YH025-06+YST025+ULW=400
P801
4859242220
CONN WAFER
YFW800-02
P802
4859242220
CONN WAFER
YFW800-02
P903
4859238620
CONN WAFER
YPW500-02
P904
4859275220
CONN WAFER
YF254-05R (ANGLE)
Q401
T2SD1880—
TR
2SD1880
Q401A
4857024500
HEAT SINK
AL EX B/K
Q401B
7174300811
SCREW TAPPTITE
TT2 RND 3X8 MFZN
Q403
T2SB546K—
TR
2SB546-K
Q403A
4857024902
HEAT SINK
AL EX
Q403B
7174300811
SCREW TAPPTITE
TT2 RND 3X8 MFZN
R406
RF-2Y479J-
R FUSIBLE
1/2 4.7 OHM J
R801
DEC140M290
POSISTOR
ECPCC140M290
R819
RX10B339JN
R CEMENT
10W 3.3 OHM J BENCH 4P
SCT1
4859302930
SOCKET CRT
ISHS-09S
57
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
SF01
5PG3962M—
FILTER SAW
G 3962-M
SF02
5PG9251M—
FILTER SAW
G 9251-M
SF03
5PL9461M—
FILTER SAW
L 9461-M
SW801
5S40101143
SW PUSH
PS3-22SP (P.C.B)
T401
50D19A1—-
TRANS DRIVE
TD-19A1
T402
50H0000181
FBT
1352.5008E
T802
50M0000101
TRANS SMPS
2094.0008C
U100
4859714430
TUNER VARACTOR
3303KHC-3X1289
X501
5XE4R4336E
CRYSTAL QUARTZ
HC-49/U 4.433619MHZ 30PPM
X502
5XE3R5795E
CRYSTAL QUARTZ
HC-49/U 3.579545MHZ 30PPM
X601
5XE18R432E
CRYSTAL QUARTZ
HC-49/U 18.43200MHZ 30PPM
X701
5XE18R000E
CRYSTAL QUARTZ
HC-49/U 18.000MHZ 30PPM
Z502
5PMKT40MA-
FILTER CERA
MKT40MA100P
ZMP10
PSMPJ20069
PCB CHIP MOUNT B AS
DTY-2896TAF
CCA01
HCQK471JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 470PF J 2012
CCA02
HCQK331JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 330PF J 2012
CCA03
HCQK471JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 470PF J 2012
CCA04
HCQK331JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 330PF J 2012
CCA05
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CCA06
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CCA07
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CCA08
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CCA10
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF Z 2012
CCA11
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF Z 2012
CCA15
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CCA16
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CCA17
HCBK152KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1500PF K 2012
CCA18
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CCA19
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CCA20
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CCA21
HCQK561JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 560PF J 2012
CCA22
HCQK561JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 560PF J 2012
CCA25
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CCA26
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CCA27
HCBK152KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1500PF K 2012
CCA31
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CC101
HCQK220JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 22PF J 2012
CC102
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC103
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC104
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC105
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC106
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
58
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
CC111
HCBK473KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.047MF K 2012
CC310
HCBK152KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1500PF K 2012
CC401
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC402
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC403
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC404
HCBK472KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 4700PF K 2012
CC501
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC502
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC503
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC504
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC509
HCBK473KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.047MF K 2012
CC510
HCBK472KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 4700PF K 2012
CC511
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC512
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC513
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC514
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC515
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC516
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC517
HCQK221JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 220PF J 2012
CC518
HCQK180JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 18PF J 2012
CC519
HCBK222KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 2200PF K 2012
CC520
HCBK472KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 4700PF K 2012
CC521
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC522
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC523
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC524
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC526
HCBK152KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1500PF K 2012
CC527
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC528
HCQK181JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 180PF J 2012
CC529
HCQK100DCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 10PF D 2012
CC530
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC531
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC532
HCBH224KCA
C CHIP CERA
25V X7R 0.22MF K 2012
CC540
HCQK101JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 100PF J 2012
CC541
HCQK101JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 100PF J 2012
CC542
HCQK101JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 100PF J 2012
CC555
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC601
HCQK391JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 390PF J 2012
CC602
HCQK391JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 390PF J 2012
CC603
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC604
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC605
HCQK471JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 470PF J 2012
59
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
CC606
HCQK471JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 470PF J 2012
CC607
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC608
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC609
HCQK509DCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 5PF D 2012
CC610
HCQK509DCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 5PF D 2012
CC611
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC612
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC613
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC614
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CC616
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC618
HCQK220JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 22PF J 2012
CC619
HCQK470JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 47PF J 2012
CC620
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CC622
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC623
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC624
HCBK223KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 0.022MF K 2012
CC625
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC660
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC701
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC708
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC711
HCQK220JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 22PF J 2012
CC712
HCQK220JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 22PF J 2012
CC715
HCFK103ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.01MF Z 2012
CC770
HCQK390JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 39PF J 2012
CC801
HCFK104ZCA
C CHIP CERA
50V Y5V 0.1MF Z 2012
CC805
HCQK471JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 470PF J 2012
CC807
HCBK102KCA
C CHIP CERA
50V X7R 1000PF K 2012
CC901
HCQK561JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 560PF J 2012
CC902
HCQK561JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 560PF J 2012
CC903
HCQK561JCA
C CHIP CERA
50V CH 560PF J 2012
RCA02
HRFT473JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47K OHM J 2012
RCA03
HRFT473JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47K OHM J 2012
RCA10
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA11
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA14
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA16
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA17
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA18
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA19
HRFT750JCA
R CHIP
1/10 75 OHM J 2012
RCA20
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RCA21
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RCA30
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
60
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
RC101
HRFT183JCA
R CHIP
1/10 18K OHM J 2012
RC102
HRFT153JCA
R CHIP
1/10 15K OHM J 2012
RC103
HRFT682JCA
R CHIP
1/10 6.8K OHM J 2012
RC110
HRFT104JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100K OHM J 2012
RC111
HRFT104JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100K OHM J 2012
RC115
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC302
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC303
HRFT473JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47K OHM J 2012
RC304
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC305
HRFT823JCA
R CHIP
1/10 82K OHM J 2012
RC306
HRFT471JCA
R CHIP
1/10 470 OHM J 2012
RC401
HRFT272JCA
R CHIP
1/10 2.7K OHM J 2012
RC402
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC501
HRFT123JCA
R CHIP
1/10 12K OHM J 2012
RC502
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC503
HRFT273JCA
R CHIP
1/10 27K OHM J 2012
RC504
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC505
HRFT104JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100K OHM J 2012
RC506
HRFT182JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.8K OHM J 2012
RC507
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC510
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC511
HRFT470JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47 OHM J 2012
RC513
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC514
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC515
HRFT104JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100K OHM J 2012
RC517
HRFT334JCA
R CHIP
1/10 330K OHM J 2012
RC518
HRFT332JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.3K OHM J 2012
RC520
HRFT153JCA
R CHIP
1/10 15K OHM J 2012
RC521
HRFT393JCA
R CHIP
1/10 39K OHM J 2012
RC522
HRFT100JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10 OHM J 2012
RC523
HRFT470JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47 OHM J 2012
RC524
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC526
HRFT273JCA
R CHIP
1/10 27K OHM J 2012
RC527
HRFT100JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10 OHM J 2012
RC528
HRFT121JCA
R CHIP
1/10 120 OHM J 2012
RC529
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC530
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC531
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC532
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC533
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC601
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC602
HRFT222JCA
R CHIP
1/10 2.2K OHM J 2012
61
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
RC603
HRFT153JCA
R CHIP
1/10 15K OHM J 2012
RC604
HRFT751JCA
R CHIP
1/10 750 OHM J 2012
RC605
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC606
HRFT223JCA
R CHIP
1/10 22K OHM J 2012
RC607
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC608
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC609
HRFT683JCA
R CHIP
1/10 68K OHM J 2012
RC610
HRFT562JCA
R CHIP
1/10 5.6K OHM J 2012
RC613
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC614
HRFT332JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.3K OHM J 2012
RC615
HRFT332JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.3K OHM J 2012
RC616
HRFT563JCA
R CHIP
1/10 56K OHM J 2012
RC617
HRFT152JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.5K OHM J 2012
RC618
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC619
HRFT752JCA
R CHIP
1/10 5.1K OHM J 2012
RC620
HRFT152JCA
R CHIP
1/10 7.5K OHM J 2012
RC701
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC702
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC703
HRFT333JCA
R CHIP
1/10 33K OHM J 2012
RC704
HRFT333JCA
R CHIP
1/10 33K OHM J 2012
RC706
HRFT333JCA
R CHIP
1/10 33K OHM J 2012
RC709
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC710
HRFT182JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.8K OHM J 2012
RC711
HRFT333JCA
R CHIP
1/10 33K OHM J 2012
RC713
HRFT912JCA
R CHIP
1/10 9.1K OHM J 2012
RC714
HRFT682JCA
R CHIP
1/10 6.8K OHM J 2012
RC715
HRFT822JCA
R CHIP
1/10 8.2K OHM J 2012
RC716
HRFT682JCA
R CHIP
1/10 6.8K OHM J 2012
RC717
HRFT153JCA
R CHIP
1/10 15K OHM J 2012
RC718
HRFT392JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.9K OHM J 2012
RC719
HRFT182JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.8K OHM J 2012
RC720
HRFT132JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.3K OHM J 2012
RC721
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC722
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC723
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC724
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC725
HRFT473JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47K OHM J 2012
RC726
HRFT101JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100 OHM J 2012
RC727
HRFT222JCA
R CHIP
1/10 2.2K OHM J 2012
RC729
HRFT332JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.3K OHM J 2012
RC730
HRFT332JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.3K OHM J 2012
RC731
HRFT100JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10 OHM J 2012
62
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
RC732
HRFT913JCA
R CHIP
1/10 91K OHM J 2012
RC733
HRFT564JCA
R CHIP
1/10 560K OHM J 2012
RC734
HRFT473JCA
R CHIP
1/10 47K OHM J 2012
RC735
HRFT332JCA
R CHIP
1/10 3.3K OHM J 2012
RC737
HRFT100JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10 OHM J 2012
RC738
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC739
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC741
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC742
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC743
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC744
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC747
HRFT472JCA
R CHIP
1/10 4.7K OHM J 2012
RC748
HRFT182JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.8K OHM J 2012
RC749
HRFT182JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.8K OHM J 2012
RC777
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC778
HRFT103JCA
R CHIP
1/10 10K OHM J 2012
RC802
HRFT104JCA
R CHIP
1/10 100K OHM J 2012
RC803
HRFT222JCA
R CHIP
1/10 2.2K OHM J 2012
RC804
HRFT220JCA
R CHIP
1/10 22 OHM J 2012
RC805
HRFT102JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1K OHM J 2012
RC901
HRFT162JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.6K OHM J 2012
RC902
HRFT162JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.6K OHM J 2012
RC903
HRFT162JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.6K OHM J 2012
RC904
HRFT162JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.6K OHM J 2012
RC905
HRFT162JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.6K OHM J 2012
RC906
HRFT162JCA
R CHIP
1/10 1.6K OHM J 2012
ZMP10
PSMPJ00069
PCB MAIN (RHU) AS
DTY-2896TAF
C305
CEXF1E471V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 470MF (10X16) TP
C403
CEXF1E471V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 470MF (10X16) TP
C405
CMXE2G273J
C MYLAR
400V PU 0.027MF J (TP)
C409
CEXF2E470V
C ELECTRO
250V RSS 47MF (16X25) TP
C413
CEXF2C470V
C ELECTRO
160V RSS 47MF (13X25) TP
C415
CEXF2E100V
C ELECTRO
250V RSS 10MF (10X20) TP
C416
CCXB3D681K
C CERA
2KV B 680PF K (TAPPING)
C806
CCXB3D102K
C CERA
2KV B 1000PF K (TAPPING)
C813
CEXF2C101V
C ELECTRO
160V RSS 100MF (16X25) TP
C814
CEXF2C101V
C ELECTRO
160V RSS 100MF (16X25) TP
C815
CEXF1E102V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 1000MF (13X20) TP
C820
CEXF1E222V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 2200MF (16X25) TP
C902
CEXF2E100V
C ELECTRO
250V RSS 10MF (10X20) TP
C905
CEXF2E100V
C ELECTRO
250V RSS 10MF (10X20) TP
ZMP10
PSMPJB0069
PCB MAIN M-10 AS
DTY-2896TAF
63
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
P101
485923162S
CONN WAFER
YW025-03 (STICK)
P401
485923172S
CONN WAFER
YW025-04 (STICK)
P501
485923192S
CONN WAFER
YW025-06 (STICK)
P601
485923172S
CONN WAFER
YW025-04 (STICK)
P702
485923182S
CONN WAFER
YW025-OF(STICK)
R407
RS02Z561JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 560 OHM J SMALL
R410
RS02Z223JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 22K OHM J SMALL
R415
RS02Z102JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 1K OHM J SMALL
R700
RS02Z912JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 9.1K OHM J SMALL
R701
RS02Z912JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 9.1K OHM J SMALL
R802
RS02Z473JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 47K OHM J SMALL
R803
RS02Z473JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 47K OHM J SMALL
R804
RF02Z338J-
R FUSIBLE
2W 0.33 OHM J (TAPPING)
R805
RS02Z300JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 30 OHM J SMALL
R812
RS02Z300JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 30 OHM J SMALL
R816
RS02Z300JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 30 OHM J SMALL
R820
RS02Z100JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 10 OHM J SMALL
R822
RF01Z228J-
R FUSIBLE
1W 0.22 OHM J (TAPPING)
R916
RS02Z101JS
R M-OXIDE FILM
2W 100 OHM J SMALL
R919
RF01Z339J-
R FUSIBLE
1W 3.3 OHM J (TAPPING)
R920
RF01Z129JA
R FUSIBLE
1W 1.2 OHM J A CURVE
ZMP10
PSMPJR0069
PCB MAIN RADIAL AS
DTY-2896TAF
CA10
CBXF1H104Z
C CERA SEMI
50V F 0.1MF Z (TAPPING)
CA11
CCXF1H473Z
C CERA
50V F 0.047MF Z (TAPPING)
C101
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C102
CEXF1H479V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C103
CEXF1H479V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C104
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C105
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C106
CEXF1E330V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 33MF (5X11) TP
C111
CEXD1H109F
C ELECTRO
50V RND 1MF (5X11) TP
C301
CMXM2A223J
C MYLAR
100V 0.022MF J TP
C303
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C304
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C310
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C401
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C411
CEXF2C229V
C ELECTRO
160V RSS 2.2MF (8X11.5)TP
C414
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C501
CCXF1H473Z
C CERA
50V F 0.047MF Z (TAPPING)
C502
CEXF1H229V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 2.2MF (5X11) TP
C504
CEXF1E101V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
C505
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
64
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
C506
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C507
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C508
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C509
CMXL2E104K
C MYLAR
250V MEU 0.1MF K
C510
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C511
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C514
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C515
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C525
CMXM2A473J
C MYLAR
100V 0.047MF J (TP)
C601
CXCH1H680J
C CERA
50V CH 68PF J (TAPPING)
C602
CEXF1H470V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 47MF (6.3X11) TP
C606
CEXF1H479V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C607
CEXF1H479V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C608
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C609
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C610
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C611
CEXF1H339V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 3.3MF (5X11) TP
C612
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C613
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C614
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C615
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C616
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C618
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C619
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C620
CEXF1H479V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C621
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C622
CEXF1H479V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 4.7MF (5X11) TP
C623
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C625
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C626
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C701
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C702
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C703
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C704
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C705
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C706
CMXB1H224J
C MYLAR
50V EU 0.22MF J (TP)
C707
CEXF1H100V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 10MF (5X11) TP
C708
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C709
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C710
CXCH1H331J
C CERA
50V CH 330PF J (TAPPING)
C716
CXCH1H309J
C CERA
50V CH 3PF J (TAPPING)
C717
CXCH1H330J
C CERA
50V CH 33PF J (TAPPING)
65
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
C727
CMXM2A104J
C MYLAR
100V 0.1MF J (TP)
C803
CCXF3A472Z
C CERA
1KV F 4700PF Z (T)
C804
CCXF3A472Z
C CERA
1KV F 4700PF Z (T)
C807
CCXB3A471K
C CERA
1KV B 470PF K (T)
C808
CEXF2A100V
C ELECTRO
100V RSS 10MF (6.3X11) TP
C809
CCXB3A471K
C CERA
1KV B 470PF K (T)
C811
CEXF1E221V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 220MF (8X11.5) TP
C812
CEXF1E221V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 220MF (8X11.5) TP
C816
CEXF1E101V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
C817
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C818
CEXF1E101V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
C819
CEXF1E101V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 100MF (6.3X11) TP
C822
CEXF1E470V
C ELECTRO
25V RSS 47MF (5X11) TP
C823
CEXF1H109V
C ELECTRO
50V RSS 1MF (5X11) TP
C968
CMXL2E104K
C MYLAR
250V MEU 0.1MF K
C969
CMXL2E104K
C MYLAR
250V MEU 0.1MF K
C970
CMXL2E104K
C MYLAR
250V MEU 0.1MF K
F801A
4857415001
CLIP FUSE
PFC5000-0702
F801B
4857415001
CLIP FUSE
PFC5000-0702
QA01
TKTA1266Y-
TR
KTA1266Y (TP)
QA02
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
QA03
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q301
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q402
T2SD1207T-
TR
2SD1207-T (TAPPING)
Q404
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q405
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q406
TKTA1266Y-
TR
KTA1266Y (TP)
Q501
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q502
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q601
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q602
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q603
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q604
TKTC3197—
TR
KTC3197 (TP)
Q606
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q702
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q703
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q704
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q705
TKTA1266Y-
TR
KTA1266Y (TP)
Q706
TKTA1266Y-
TR
KTA1266Y (TP)
Q707
TKTA1266Y-
TR
KTA1266Y (TP)
Q708
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q709
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
66
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
Q711
TKTC3202Y-
TR
KTC3202Y (TP)
Q801
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
Q802
TKTC3198Y-
TR
KTC3198Y
SW700
5S50101090
SW TACT
SKHV17910A
SW701
5S50101090
SW TACT
SKHV17910A
SW702
5S50101090
SW TACT
SKHV17910A
SW703
5S50101090
SW TACT
SKHV17910A
SW704
5S50101090
SW TACT
SKHV17910A
ZMP10
PSMPJA0069
PCB MAIN AXIAL AS
DTY-2896TAF
A001
4859801393
PCB MAIN
330X246 D1B
DA01
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
DA02
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA03
DMTZ12C—-
DIODE ZENER
MTZ-12C
DA04
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA05
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA06
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA07
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA08
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA09
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA10
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA11
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA12
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA13
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA14
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA15
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA16
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA20
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA21
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
DA22
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
D101
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D301
DMTZ220—-
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 22-D
D302
DUZ5R1BM—
DIODE ZENER
UZ-5.1BM
D401
D1N4003—-
DIODE
1N4003 (TAPPING)
D402
D1N4003—-
DIODE
1N4003 (TAPPING)
D405
D1N4936GP-
DIODE
1N4936GP (TAPPING)
D407
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D408
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D410
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D501
DMTZ5R1B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.1-B (TAPPING)
D502
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D503
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D504
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
67
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
D505
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D506
DUZ5R1BM—
DIODE ZENER
UZ-5.1BM
D601
D1SS85TA-
DIODE
1SS85TA
D602
D1SS85TA-
DIODE
1SS85TA
D701
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D702
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D703
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D704
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D705
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D706
D1N4148—-
DIODE
1N4148 (TAPPING)
D708
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
D709
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
D710
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
D711
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
D712
DMTZ5R6B—
DIODE ZENER
MTZ 5.6-B(TAPPING)
D801
D1S1888—-
DIODE
1S1888 (TAPPING)
D802
D1S1888—-
DIODE
1S1888 (TAPPING)
D803
D1S1888—-
DIODE
1S1888 (TAPPING)
D804
D1S1888—-
DIODE
1S1888 (TAPPING)
D805
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D806
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D807
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D808
DBYV95C—-
DIODE
BYV95C (TAPPING)
D903
D1S1888—-
DIODE
1S1888 (TAPPING)
LA01
5CPZ109M04
COIL PEAKING
1UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA02
5CPZ109M04
COIL PEAKING
1UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA03
5CPZ109M04
COIL PEAKING
1UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA04
5CPZ109M04
COIL PEAKING
1UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA06
5CPZ109M04
COIL PEAKING
1UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA07
5CPZ109M04
COIL PEAKING
1UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA10
5CPZ100K04
COIL PEAKING
10UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
LA12
5CPZ100K04
COIL PEAKING
10UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
L101
5CPZ470K02
COIL PEAKING
47UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
L301
5CPZ100K04
COIL PEAKING
10UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
L302
5CPZ100K04
COIL PEAKING
10UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
L601
5CPZ479K02
COIL PEAKING
4.7UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
L602
5CPZ479K02
COIL PEAKING
4.7UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
L603
5CPZ470K04
COIL PEAKING
47UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
L604
5CPZ479K02
COIL PEAKING
4.7UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
L605
5CPZ479K02
COIL PEAKING
4.7UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
L606
RD-4Z102J—-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 IK OHM J
L607
5CPZ100K04
COIL PEAKING
10UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
68
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
L608
5CPZ100K04
COIL PEAKING
10UH 10.5MM K (LAL04TB)
L701
5CPZ689K02
COIL PEAKING
6.8UH K (AXIAL 3.5MM)
L804
5MC0000100
COIL BEAD
MD-5 (HC-3550)
RA01
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
RA02
RD-4Z221J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 220 OHM J
RA03
RD-4Z221J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 220 OHM J
RA04
RD-4Z221J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 220 OHM J
RA05
RD-4Z103J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 10K OHM J
R301
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R302
RD-2Z129J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 1.2 OHM J
R303
RD-2Z129J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 1.2 OHM J
R304
RD-2Z220J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 22 OHM J
R305
RD-2Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 100 OHM J
R306
RD-2Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 100 OHM J
R307
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R308
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R309
RD-4Z752J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 7.5K OHM J
R333
RD-4Z302J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 3K OHM J
R401
RD-4Z272J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 2.7K OHM J
R403
RD-4Z220J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 22 OHM J
R404
RD-4Z102J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 1K OHM J
R405
RD-2Z470J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 47 OHM J
R409
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R501
RD-4Z684J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 680K OHM J
R502
RD-4Z334J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 330K OHM J
R503
RD-4Z103J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 10K OHM J
R603
RD-4Z123J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 12K OHM J
R604
RD-4Z123J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 12K OHM J
R605
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R606
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R607
RD-4Z223J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 22K OHM J
R608
RD-2Z151J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 150 OHM J
R609
RD-2Z151J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 150 OHM J
R610
RD-4Z102J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 1K OHM J
R702
RD-4Z103J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 10K OHM J
R703
RD-4Z332J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 3.3K OHM J
R705
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R706
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R707
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R711
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
R713
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R715
RD-4Z472J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 4.7K OHM J
69
REMARK
LOC.
PART-CODE
PART-NAME
PART-DESCRIPTION
R716
RD-4Z823J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 82K OHM J
R720
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R721
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R806
RD-4Z101J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100 OHM J
R807
RD-4Z302J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 3K OHM J
R818
RC-2Z565J-
R CARBON COMP
1/2 5.6M OHM J
R910
RD-4Z104J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100K OHM J
R911
RD-4Z104J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100K OHM J
R912
RD-4Z104J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 100K OHM J
R913
RC-2Z332J-
R CARBON COMP
1/2 3.3K OHM J
R914
RC-2Z332J-
R CARBON COMP
1/2 3.3K OHM J
R915
RC-2Z332J-
R CARBON COMP
1/2 3.3K OHM J
R917
RD-4Z105J-
R CARBON FILM
1/4 1M OHM J
R918
RD-2Z102J-
R CARBON FILM
1/2 1K OHM J
Z502
5PMKT40MA-
FILTER CERA
MKT40MA100P
ZSP10
PSSPPW0069
SPEAKER AS
DTY-2896TAF
P601A
4850704N10
CONN AS
YH025-04+YST025+ULW=700
SP01
4858313010
SPEAKER
SP-58126F03
ZCG10
48519A5510
CRT GROUND AS
2801H-1015-2P
ZDC10
58G0000103
COIL DEGAUSSING
DC-2701
ZPK10
PSPKCP0069
PACKING AS
DTY-2896TAF
M641
6520010100
STAPLE PIN
18M/M J D O
M801
4858037300
BOX CARTON
DW-3
M811
4858164200
PAD
EPS 2895
M822
4858215400
BAG P.E
PE FILM
ZTR10
48B3228B03
TRANSMITTER REMOCON
R-28B03
70
REMARK
CP-775 CHASSIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
71
WAVE FORMS
72
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