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SERVICE MANUAL
Model Name : H57
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Date
Revise Version
2004/9/29
V1.0
Description
Initial Issue
Copyright September, 2004 . All Rights Reserved
Document #81D-G04-01A . P/N: 36.81D01.001
Preface
This manual is prepared for the maintenance service for H57 Micro-portable XGA DLP Projector.
Maintenance procedures described in this manual are intended to isolate faulty parts and replace them in the
field. It also aims to serve as a guide in procuring replacement parts for this product.
This manual is copyrighted and all rights are reserved. This product may not, in whole or in part, be
copied, photocopied, translated or reduced to any electronic or machine readable form without prior written
consent except for copies retained by the purchaser for backup purpose.
This manual includes system overview, major system assembly, components’ description, and the
“Troubleshooting” making explanations on how to detect errors. It also includes a flow chart for checking or
correcting faults.
No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, is made with respect to this
documentation, its quality, performance, merchantability or fitness for particular purpose.
No event that the vendor will be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages arising out of the user or inability to use this product or documentation.
Notice:
The information found in this manual is subject to change without prior notice. Any subsequent
changes made to the data herein will be incorporated in further edition.
H57 Service Manual
Copyright July, 2004
All Rights Reserved
Manual Version 1.0
Document #81D-G04-01A
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Introduction
1-1
Product Highlight
Optical Specification
Electrical Specification
Mechanical Specification
Environment
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-7
1-9
Disassembly of Procedure
2-1
Disassemble Lamp Module and Elevator Foot
Disassemble Top Cover, Front Cover, Keypad Board and
IR Sensor Module
Disassemble Main Board Module, Thermal Switch
Disassemble Fan Guider Module, Wind Tunnel Module, Lamp Driver
Module, LVPS and Interrupt Switch Module
Disassemble Color Wheel Module, Axial Fan 90x25 Module,
Lamp Fan 60*60*25 and Optical Engine Module
Disassemble Blower Fan 50*20, Thermal Sensor Board,
Interrupt Switch Module, Bottom Cover and Rear Cover
2-1
2-3
2-7
2-9
2-14
2-21
Troubleshooting
3-1
Equipment Needed
Main Procedure
3-1
3-2
Function Test and Alignment Procedure
4-1
Test Equipment
Test Condition
Test Display Modes and Pattern
Inspection Procedure
4-1
4-1
4-2
4-7
Firmware Upgrade Procedure
5-1
Equipment Needed
Hardware Setup Procedure
Firmware Program Installation Procedure
5-1
5-1
5-2
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Chapter 6
DDC Key-in Procedure
6-1
Equipment Needed
Setup Procedure
DDC Key in Procedure
6-1
6-2
6-3
Appendix A
7-1
Exploded Overview
7-1
Appendix B
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Serial Number System Definition
Reader’s Response
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Chapter 1
Introduction
This manual is applied to 0.7”*1 DMD Color Projector with digital imaging functionality based on Digital
Micromirror Device (DMD) technology. It’s the mode of single panel, 250 watt long life lamp.
The manual gives you a brief description of basic technical information to help in service and main taining
the product.
Your customers will appreciate the quick response time when you immediately identify problems that occur
with our products. We expect your customers will appreciate the service that you offer them.
This manual is for technicians and people who have an electronic background. Send the product back to the
distributor for repairing and do not attempt to do anything that is complex or is not mentioned in the
troubleshooting.
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Product Highlights
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One 0.7" 576p DDR DMD projection system with 850 Typical ANSI lumen
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Contrast (FOFO) : 2500 : 1 (Typical)
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250 - Watt Phillip Lamp, 1500hrs (user replaceable)
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High efficiency cooling system with system acoustic noise level 33dBA ( Average )
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NTSC/PAL/SECAM video capability with S-video / composite / component, and
HDTV(480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i)
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Light Weight : 8lbs.
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Auto detection of computer signal input.
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Auto Image.(Auto-tracking /frequency /position adjustment)
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Automatically saves adjustments for future use
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On Screen lamp life timer
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On-screen menu with 9 languages
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One DVI PC-data input ( Including Analog and Digital RGB signal )
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Wireless remote controller
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Support HDCP function
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Optical Specification
Technology
Single 0.7” 576p DDR DMD chip
Resolution
1024 x 576
Brightness
1100 lumens
Typical output: 850 lumens
Contrast ratio
2500:1(Typical)
Uniformity
85%
Displayable colors
16.7 million colors 256 shades of gray
Color temperature
7500oK adjustable form 6500oK - 9500oK
Lamp type
250 watt Normal and ECO-mode to 200 watts
Lamp life
2000 hours full on mode
1500 hours to 50% survival typical full on mode
3000 hours in ECO-mode
2500 hours to 50% survival typical in ECO-mode
Projection lens
F/2.6-2.85; f22.3-26.8 : 1.2x
Projection distance
1.5-10m
Throw ratio
1.57~1.87 : 1distance/width
Keystone correction
± 16° Vertical and Horizontal
Horizontal scan rate
15 – 100 kHz
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Vertical scan rate
43 – 120 Hz
Aspect ratio
4:3 with support for 5:4 and 1.78:1 (anamorphic DVD & HDTV)
1-3 Electrical specification
Computer compatibility (analog and digital): All resolutions supported to UXGA - Use AD9888 + Silicon
Image 169.
Input connections
- Terminal:DVI x 1 (DVI, Analog RGB, Component, HDTV)
Composite Video X 1.
S-Video X 1
Three RCA connectors for Component video/HDTV input
IR x 2 (Front, Top panel)
RS232 Serial Control x 1 (3 pin mini din)
Power Cord x 1
Lock
One Kensington key lock hole
Tilt angle
7 degrees with elevator mechanism
Power Indicator
Red: Standby
Red on & off : Cool down in progress
Green: Projection (not abnormal)
Green on & off: Warm-up in progress
Warning Indicator
Temp - Red: High internal temperature
IR receivers
Front and Top of projector.
Power Switch
No toggle power switch required or wanted.
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Power supply
Universal AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz with PFC input.
Used Phillip 250W Lamp.
Power consumption
Standby mode - < 10 Watts 110V AC
Operational noise
33 dB(A) 250W in normal mode.
30 dB(A) 200 W in ECO-mode.
Input signal spec
Hsync Frequency 15 ~ 100 kHz
Vsync Frequency 43 ~ 120 Hz
Video Signal RGB (PC)
Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm, Separate TTL H,V Sync.
Analog RGB 1Vp-p, 75 ohm, Sync. On Green signal
Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm, Composite TTL Sync.
Video
Composite video 1Vp-p,75 ohm
S-video Luminance 0.714Vp-p,75 ohm
Chrominance 0.286Vp-p,75 ohm
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Computer Compatibility (Analog)
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Computer Compatibility ( Digital )
System Controller
PIXELWORKS PW463
Video Compatibility
Standards
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
HDTV
Intelligent Zoom
Control Key Pad
- M (3.58 MHz), 4.43 MHz
- B, D, G, H, I, M, N
- B, D, G, K, K1, L
- 480i/576i ; 480p/576p ; 720p ; 1080i
By using “PIXELWORKS” chips to provide excellent quality zooming.
1. Power 2. Menu 3. Enter
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4. Up
5. Down 6. Right
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1-4 Mechanical Specification
Weight
Approximate 8lbs
Unit dimension (W X D X H)
Inner dimension 335*250*100 (mm)
Projector control keypad
Power/standby, Directional keys, enter, source, menu
Cooling System
Advanced air flow
Three fans with low system acoustic noise level
Temperature control circuits with adaptive voltage control fan speed
Front Side
Projection Zoom Lens
One IR receiver window
Rear Side
Left Side
One S-Video Input
One Composite Video Input
3 RCA RGBs input
AC inlet; type IEC-C14
One IR receiver window
Kensington key lock hole
One DVI-I for digital RBG & Analog RGB
None.
Right Side
Outlet vents
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Top Side
Keypad
LED indicators
One IR Receiver
Bottom
One elevator foot, one fix foot and one adjustable foot
One lamp cover
Inlet vent
Spec. and warning labels
Lamp housing
Lamp could be changed by customer, but should follow the user manual instruction.
Replaceable Lamp should be provided by Coretronic or its authorized agencies
Tilt Angle
7 degrees with elevator mechanism
Keystone correction
± 16° Vertical and Horizontal
Color
White
Materials
ID housing would be plastic part.
AZ91D Mg Alloy for some Optic Engine parts.
Lamp Door Protection
Lamp power supply shut off automatically when door open.
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1-5 Environment
Temperature
Operating
Storage
5 — 35°C
-20 — 60°C
Operating
Storage
5 — 35°C, 80% non-condensing
-20 — 60°C, 80% non-condensing
Maximum Humidity
Acoustic noise level
33dB(A) ( Typical, 23 ± 2¢J) with wind tunnel design
33 dB(A) 250W Normal mode.
30 dB(A) 200 W in ECO-mode.
Follow ISO-7779 regulation sound pressure level A weighting measurement
Lamp life
-1500 hours typical, 50% survival rate
Altitude
Operating 0~2,500 ft
2,500~5,000 ft
5,000~10,000 ft
Storage 40,000 ft (Max)
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5°C~35°C
5°C~30°C
5°C~25°C
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Chapter 2
Disassembly Procedure
The Front Side
2-1
Step1:
The Rear Side
Disassemble Lamp Module and Elevator Foot
Turn unit to bottom side. Remove Lamp Cover and unscrew three screws to pull out Lamp Module.
Lamp Cover
Lamp Module
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Step2:
Unscrew two screws to detach the Elevator Foot from Bottom Cover.
Elevator Foot
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Disassemble Top Cover, Front Cover, Keypad
Board and IR Sensor Module
Step1:
Unscrew eight screws and then turn the unit to the top side to lift Top Cover.
Step2:
Unplug three wires to separate Top Cover from the main unit.
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Step3:
Separate Front Cover from Top Cover by pressing two tenons.
Top Cover
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Step4:
Unscrew two screws to take off IR Sensor.
Front Cover
IR sensor Module
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Step5:
Unscrew three screws and unplug the wire to remove the Keypad Board, Keypad Button
and FPC.
FPC
Keypad Board
Keypad Button
Step6:
Take off Top IR Sensor Module from Rear Cover and separate IR Sensor from Anti-light Mylar.
Anti-light Mylar
IR sensor
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Step1:
Step2:
Disassemble Main Board Module and Thermal
Switch
Unplug nine connectors and unscrew four screws.
Unscrew four hex screws from Rear Cover to remove Main Board.
Main Board Module
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Step3:
Unscrew one screw to remove Thermal Switch.
Thermal Switch
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Step1:
Step2:
Disassemble Fan Guider Module, Wind Tunnel Module,
Lamp Driver Module, LVPS and Interrupt Switch Module
Unscrew three screws to separate Fan Guider Module and Wind Tunnel Module from Bottom Housing.
Unscrew two screws from Wind Tunnel Module to remove Fan Guider Module.
Fan Guider Module
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Wind Tunnel Module
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Unscrew six screws, unplug one wire and one connector to remove Lamp Driver Module.
Lamp Driver Module
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Step4:
Unsrew three screws and unplug one wire to remove LVPS.
LVPS
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Step5:
Unscrew two screws to remove EMI Ground Plate and separate the cables.
LVPS
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EMI Ground Plate
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Step6:
Unscrew two screws to remove Interrupt Switch Module.
Interrupt Switch Module
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Step1:
Disassemble Color Wheel Module, Axial Fan 90x25
Module, Lamp Fan 60x60x25 and Optical Engine
Module
Unscrew two screws to remove Color Wheel Module.
Photo Sensor
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Step2:
Unscrew two screws to remove Axial Fan 90x25 Module.
Steamtight Rubber
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Holder Bracket and Rubber Bottom
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Step3:
Unscrew two screws to remove 60x60x25 Lamp Fan.
Step4:
Pull two side outward to disassemble 60x60x25 Lamp Fan.
60x60x25 Lamp Fan Module
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Step5:
Unscrew four screws to remove Engine Module from Bottom Cover.
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Step6:
Tear off EMI tape to separate Wind Guider Cover Mylar from Engine Module.
Wind Guider Cover Mylar
Step7:
Unscrew four screws to remove DMD Heatsink.
DMD Heatsink
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Step8:
Unscrew four screws to remove Bracket Plate, Insulation Mylar, DMD Board.
Bracket Plate
Insulation Mylar
DMD Board
Step9:
Separate DMD Chip from Engine Module.
DMD Socket
DMD Chip
DMD Seal rubber
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Step10: Unscrew three screws to remove Focus Ring & Replace Ring.
Focus Ring & Replace Ring
Optical Engine Module
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Step1:
Disassemble Blower Fan 50x20, Thermal
Sensor Board, Interrupt Switch Module, Bottom
Cover and Rear Cover
Unscrew one screw to remove Thermal Senor Board.
Thermal Senor Board
Step2:
Unscrew three screws to remove Blower Fan 50x20 Module.
Blower Fan 50x20 Module
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Step3:
Unscrew one screw and separate Rear Cover from Bottom Cover by pressing four tenons.
Rear Cover
Bottom Cover
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Step4:
Unscrew three screws and press the tenon to remove Elevator Module.
Elevator Module
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Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
3-1
Equipment Needed
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H57 Projector
VESA VGA Cable/VESA DVI Cable
PC (Personal Computer) with analog and digital signal output.
DVD Player for Video Signal and Audio Signal.
H57 Remote Controller
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Main Procedure
3-2.1
LED Lighting Message
Warning Indicator
A. When the “TEMP” indicator turns red, it indicates the projector has overheated. The
projector will automatically shut itself down.
B. When the “LAMP” indicator flashes red (0.5 second intervals), it indicates a problem
with the lamp.
C. When the “LAMP” indicator flashes red (1 second intervals), it indicates the fan failed.
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3-2.2
Power Troubleshooting
A.
Is LED Indicator OK?
Check the power cord and AC power outlet.
Check if the keypad cable has been broken or not.
Check if all the wires are connected well inside.
Check the Ballast.
Check Main Board.
Check Keypad Board.
B.
Is Fan Working After Press Power/Standby Button?
Check if the Keypad cable has been broken or not.
Check if all the wires are connected well inside.
Check the Thermal board.
Check Main board.
Check Fan.
C.
Is Lamp Lit?
Check the Lamp cover assembly OK or not.
Check if there is the sound of Lamp ignitor output from the unit or not.
Check the Cable of Interrupt Switch.
Check the DMD board.
Check the Lamp module.
Check the Ballast.
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3-2.3
Performance Troubleshooting (Computer Signal)
A.
Have Image?
Ensure if the signal cable and source work as well.
Check if OSD Menu shows on the screen.
Check Main Board.
Check DMD Board.
B.
Have Garbage Pattern?
Ensure the Signal cable and Source work as well.
Check the Main board.
Check the DMD board.
C.
Uniformity OK?
Ensure the Projection screen without dirty.
Ensure the Projection lens is clean.
Ensure the Uniformity is within spec.
Check the Optical engine.
D.
Is Color OK?
Ensure if signal cable works as well.
Check the “Color wheel index” in the engineering mode of OSD Menu. (*Note)
Check Photo Sensor.
Check Main Board.
Check DMD Board.
E.
Dot Defect isn’t Compliant with the Spec.
Ensure the projection lens is clean.
Use the air gun to clean the optical engine.
Check DMD chip.
F.
Have Noise?
Ensure if the signal cable and source work as well.
Adjust the tracking selection on OSD Menu.
Press the Menu button to check that have the noise issue appear on OSD Menu.
(Check DMD Board if the noise also appears on OSD Menu.)
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Have Line Bar?
Adjust the frequency selection in OSD Menu.
Press the Menu button to check that have Line bar show on the OSD
Menu. (Check the DMD chip and DMD board. If the Line bar also
show on the OSD Menu)
Ensure that there is no dust on the DMD Contact housing module.
Re-assembly for DMD module.
Check the Main board.
*Note :
3-2.4
The procedure to enter engineering mode is as follows
Press ”Power”, ”Up”, ”Down”, ”Right” button when the Unit under search
status.
Performance Troubleshooting (Video Signal)
A.
Have Image?
Ensure the signal cable and source work as well.
Check if OSD menu shows on the screen.
(Check Main Board if OSD menu cannot show on the screen)
Check DMD Board.
B.
Have Garbage Pattern?
Ensure the signal cable and source work as well.
Check that can OSD menu show on the screen.
(Check Main Board if OSD cannot show on the screen)
Check DMD Board.
C.
Is Color OK?
Do the “Factory Reset” of the engineering mode.
Ensure the signal cable work as well.
Check the color temperature setting of OSD menu.
(Check the main board if the setting of color temperature is under default)
Check the color setting of OSD menu. Ex: “Saturation”, ”Tint” and “Sharpness”
setting of OSD menu.
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D.
Is Image Flickering?
Ensure the signal cable works as well.
(Please check the length of cable; the signal will be reduce when the
signal cable is longer than 5m)
Do the “Factory Reset” of the engineering mode.
(Check the Main board if the image still flicker after the factory reset.)
E.
Is There Line Bar Shown on The Screen?
Check if the line bar appears on OSD menu.
(Check DMD Board if the bar line isdisplayed on OSD menu.)
(Check the Main Board if the bar line isdisplayed on OSD menu.)
F.
Is Image Noise?
Ensure the signal cable works as well.
(Check the cable length of cable; the signal will be reduce when the
signal cable is longer than 5m)
Do the “Factory Reset” of the engineering mode.
(Check the Main board if the image still display with noise.)
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3-2.6
Function Troubleshooting
A.
OSD Does Not Show up
Check the keypad cable and ensure there isn’t something wrong with the cable.
Use the remote control for the OSD function test.
(Check the Keypad board and Keypad cable if the Remote control works as
well)
Check the Main board.
B.
Function Cannot Be Adjusted.
Check the keypad cable and ensure there isn’t something wrong with the cable.
Use the remote control for the OSD function test.
(Check the Keypad board and Keypad cable if the Remote control works as
well)
Check the Main board.
Remote Controller Troubleshooting
A.
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Replace the battery if there is no function.
Use a well-functioning Remote controller for the function test.
(Replace the Remote controller if the new Remote controller works fine
with the Unit.)
Check Main Board if the Unit works fine with a known good
Remote controller.
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Chapter 4
Function Test and Alignment
Procedure
4-1
Test Equipment
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IBM PC with XGA resolution (Color Video Signal & Pattern Generator)
DVD player with component video (Y, Pb, Pr) and Multi-system (NTSC/PAL/SECAM)
HDTV Tuner or Source (480i/p,576i/p,720p,1080i)
Minolta CL-100
Quantum Data 802B or Chroma 2327.
Test Condition
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Circumstance Brightness
1.) Dark room less than 10 lux for functional inspection.
2.) Circumstance brightness over than 500 lux for external inspection.
Inspection Distance
1.) About 1.5~3m for functional inspection (The prosection distance has to base on the
screen size till 60 inches)
2.) 30cm for external inspection.
Screen Size : 60 inches diagonal (wide)
Each H57 should be run-in for 2 hours after repair.
Before function test and alignment, each H57 should be warmed up for 5 minutes.
1.) In room temperature
2.)
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With cycled display colors (R,G,B,White) *Note
Test Display Mode & Pattern (Refer to 4-4.1 & 4-4.2)
Function Test and Alignment Procedure
*Note : (a)Please enter “Engineering Mode” to select burn-in function. (For cycled display color mode)
(b)The procedure for enter Engineering Mode.
Press “Power”,”Up”,”Down”,”Right” button when unit is showing “search the signal”
image.
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Test Display Modes & Pattern
4-3.1
Compatible Modes
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Analog
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4-3.2
Function Test Display Pattern
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Item
Digital
PC Signal
Test C ontent
P attern
S pecification
R emark
1
Frequency &
Tracki ng
Fi ne Li ne Moi re
E li mi nate vi sual wavy noi se by
Rsync, Frequency or Tracki ng
selecti on.
Fi gure 1
2
C ontrast/B ri ghtness
16 Gray S cale /
64 RGB W scale
Gray level should be
di sti ngui shable and wi thout color
abnormal.
Fi gure
2,3
3
R, G, B and Whi te
C olor P erformance
R, G, B and
Whi te C olor
E ach R, G, B color should be
normal wi thout color abnormal
i ssue.
Fi gure
4~7
4
S creen Uni formi ty
Full Whi te
S hould be compli ant wi th
65%.(Mi ni mum)
Fi gure 7
D ead P i xel (B ri ght
pi xel)
Full B lack
C annot accept any bri ght pi xel
Fi gure 8
D ead P i xel (D ark
pi xel)
Full Whi te
The numbers of dead pi xel should
be smaller or amount to 6 pi xel.
Fi gure 7
6
B lemi sh (B ri ght)
Full B lack / Gray
30
The bri ght blemi sh cannot be
accept i f the problem appear wi th
Gary 30 pattern.
Fi gure 8,
9
7
B lemi sh (D ark)
Full whi te / B lue
60
The dark blemi sh cannot be accept
i f the problem appear wi th B lue 60
pattern.
Fi gure
7,10
8
Focus
Text P attern
The text i n the corner should be
clear after adjust the focus ri ng.
Fi gure
11
9
B oundary
B oundary Frame
Horz. A nd Vert. posi ti on of vi deo
should be adjustable to be the
screen frame.
Fi gure
12
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Figure 2.Gray Scale Pattern
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Video & Audio Signal
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Inspection Procedure
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Elevator Function
1. Please check and ensure the function of elevator is work as well.
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Keypad Function (Including Remote Control)
1. Please check and ensure the control function of keypad is work as well.
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Clock and Clock phase
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Fine Line Moire Pattern
1. Check and see if image sharpness and focus in well performed.
2. If not, readjust by following steps.
(a) Enter Image-I, and then select “Frequency” function to adjust the total pixel number
of pixel clock in one line period.
(b) Then select “phase” function and use right or left button to adjust the value to minimize
video flicker.
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R, G, B and white color contrast
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:64 RGBW scale pattern
1. Please check and ensure if each color is normal and distinguishable.
2.
If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Screen Uniformity
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Full white pattern
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (60% Minimum)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Dead pixel (Bright pixel)
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Full black pattern
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (Cannot accept any bright pixel)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Dead pixel (Dark pixel)
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Full white pattern
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (Pixel number should be smaller
or amount to 6 pixels)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Blemish(Bright)
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Full black and Gray 30 patterns
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (The bright blemish should not be
able to see under Gray 30 pattern)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Blemish (Dark)
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Full white and Blue 60 patterns
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (The dark blemish should not be
able to see under Blue 60 pattern)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Focus
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Text pattern
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (The text in the corner should be
able to see with clear)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Boundary
Test Signal:1024 x 768 @ 75Hz
Test Pattern:Boundary frame pattern
1. Please check and ensure the unit is under the spec. (The horizontal and vertical
position of image should be adjustable to be the screen frame.)
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Video
Test Signal:Composite video,S-Video and Component video
Test Pattern:NTSC,PAL,SECAM
1. Please check and ensure the unit can display the video signal without color abnormal
or image abnormal issue.
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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HDTV
Test Signal:HDTV signal
Test Pattern:480i/p,576i/p,720p,1080i
1. Please check and ensure the unit can display the HDTV signal without color abnormal
or image abnormal issue.
2. If not, please return the unit to repair area.
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Reset All
After final QC step, we have to erase all saved change again and restore the factory
defaults. Please select and enter “Factory Reset” function of “Engineering Mode” to
ensure the function is work as well. This action will allow you erase all end-user’s settings
and restore the original factory setting.
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Chapter 5
Firmware Upgrade Procedure
5-1
Equipment Needed
Software :
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Config.hex
Flasher.hex
FlashUpgrader.exe
Gui.exe
Pixelware.inf
Romcode.hex
Hardware :
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5-2
Power Cord
Cable RS232 To Mini Din 3Pin
PC or Laptop
H57 Projector
Hardware Setup Procedure
1.
Connecting RS232 Cable between PC and H57 Projector.
RS232 Cable
Mini Din 3pin Port
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Firmware Progarm Installation Procedure
Step1.
Execute the “FlashUpgrader.exe” program.
Step2.
1. Click ”Choose” to get the file directory
2. Select <pwSDK.inf> file and open it.
3. Select the Serial port in Connection field, COM1: in COM Port field and
115200 in Baud Rate field.
1
C:\Firmware\Optoma\H57
3
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Step3.
Click “Flash” to start the firmware upgrade procedure and keep press the
projector’s power button immediately until download “gui.hex” to 10%.
C:\Firmware\Optoma\H57
Flash
C:\Firmware\Optoma\H57\
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Step4.
After downloading all files, enter the engineering mode to check the F/W version.
(Refer to 4-1)
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Chapter 6
DDC Key-in Procedure
6-1
Equipment Needed
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PC or Laptop (OS:Windows98 or Windows Me)
EDID Fixture
DFP to DVI Cable
Power Adapter
RS-232 Cable
VGA Cable
Power Cord
DDC Driver
H57
EDID Fixture
P/N:80.00001.001
DFP to DVI Cable
P/N: 42.81702.001
VGA Cable
P/N:42.53001.051
Power Adapter
P/N: 47.53402.004
RS-232 Cable
P/N: 42.55708.001
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6-2
Setup Procedure
Step1.
Step2.
Step3.
Step4.
Step5.
Connect Power Adapter with fixture.
Make sure the JP1and JP5 are close and JP2 is open.
Connect P2 of the fixture with VGA Port of H57 by the VGA Cable.
Connect P3 of the fixture with DVI Port of H57 by the DFP to DVI cable.
Turn on the power of the fixture.
P3
P2
JP1
JP2
JP5
COM1
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DDC Key-in Procedure
6-3.1
Analog
Step1.
Execute “H57_EDID_B” program.
OPTOMA_H57
H57
Step2.
Mark sure the COM port is connected ok.
Choose the “Analog” to do Analog DDC procedure.
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081D
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Step3.
Key-in S/N in to the blank beside Barcode, and then press “Enter” key on the
keyboard to begin programming.
H57
1D342TOABCD1234
081D
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Step4.
After finishing the above action, “PASS” message will appear on the screen.
H57
081D
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6-3.2
Digital
Step1.
Mark sure the COM port is connected ok.
Choose the “Digital” to do Digital DDC procedure.
H57
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Step2.
Key-in S/N in to the blank beside Barcode, and then press “Enter” key on the
keyboard to begin programming.
H57
1D342TOABCD1234
081D
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Step3.
After finishing the above action, “PASS” message will appear on the screen.
H57
081D
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Appendix A
Exploded Overview
I.
H57
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Exploded Parts List of H57
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II.
H57 Bottom Housing Module
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Exploded Parts List of H57 Bottom Housing Module
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III.
H57 Enigne Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Engine Module
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IV.
H57 Lamp Changer Module
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Exploded Parts List of H57 Lamp Changer Module
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V.
H57 Lamp Driver Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Lamp Driver Module
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VI.
H57 Optical Lens Module
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Exploded Parts List of H57 Optical Lens Module
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VII.
H57 Front Cover Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Front Cover Module
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VIII.
H57 Back Cover Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Back Cover Module
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IX.
H57 Engine Base Module
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Exploded Parts List of H57 Engine Base Module
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X.
H57 Rod Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Rod Module
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XI.
H57 Color Wheel Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Color Wheel Module
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XII.
H57 Elevator Foot Right Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Elevator Foot Right Module
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XIII.
H57 Elevator Foot Left Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Foot Left Module
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XIV.
H57 Main Board Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Main Board Module
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XV.
H57 Bottom Cover Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Bottom Cover Module
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XVI.
H57 Top Cover Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Top Cover Module
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XVII.
H57 Lamp Duct Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Lamp Duct Module
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XVIII.
H57 Lamp Tip Shield Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Lamp Tip Shield Module
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XIX.
H57 Blower Fan 59X25 Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Blower Fan 59X25 Module
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XX.
H57 Wind Tunnel & Fan Guider Cover Module
Exploded Parts List of H57 Wind Tunnel & Fan Guider Cover Module
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Appendix B
Serial Number System Definition
Serial Number Format for Projector
A BBB
1
2
Y WW C D BEMO EEEE
3
4
5
6
7
1 :
O = Optoma
2 :
Product code (ex: 81D = H57, 896=EP759)
3 :
Y = Last number of the year (ex: 2004 - 4)
4 :
Week of year
5 :
Panel vendor code
6 :
Electrical classification (1=110V, 2=220V, 0=universal)
7 :
B = BIOS version, E = PCB board version,
8
M = Mechanical version, O = Optical version
8 :
Serial code (from 0001~)
EX1 : O81D429T0AAAA1001
This label “O81D429T0AAAA1001” represents the whole serial number for H57,
including Ver. 1st of BIOS and Ver. 1 of PCB Board. Both mechanical and optical version are 1st. In addition, panel vendor is T1. It’s produced on 29-week of 2004 for universal area and its serial code is 1001.
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