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LC07 chapter 1 introduction

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chassis LC7 is successor of chassis LC4

Analogue LCD LC7.1E LA
Analogue PDP LC7.1E PA
Digital LCD LC7.2E LA
Digital PDP LC7.2E PA

LCD 26” to 52”
Plasma 42” to 50”

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 2

There will be analogue and digital sets.
Digital sets are able to receive also the analogue channels.

LC7 will be able to drive LCD and PDP panels.

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New styling ME7

Entry Core Range PDP Entry Core Range LCD

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 3

Example of styling to be used with LC7 chassis.

For plasma sets the bezel will be narrow.

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Menu in LC7

1000 pages txt
Clock synchronised from DVB-T transport stream
Autoformat via SCART or WSSB
No Pixel plus in menu (picture processing is based on 50Hz)
Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 4

Example of the menu used in LC7.

1000 pages txt is used (subpages are visible at the bottom).
Clock in digital set is taken from DVB-T channel
There is no black bar detection, autoformat via status pin 8
and WSSB.
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DVB-T reception with LC7
• IBO is used (like LC4 and FTx)
• A/D button on remote control
• Electronic Program Guide
• No SPDIF

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 5

Digital mode menu examples.
In digital mode language and country can be changed.

For LC7 there is no digital audio output.

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Identification

DVB-T sticker

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 6

At the bottom side of the set there is the identification
plate.
On this sticker is the typenumber, serial number and display
code.

On the rear cover is also the sticker for DVB-T countries.
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CFD
Digital Analogue MFD UD
Ex EU

Flat TV 2007 Europe – Core Range
Q4 Top A
BIPLANE DVB-T, 1080P, Pixel Plus 4HD, HD Clear LCD, SD DNM, Ambilight 4 1080p
Apr-07 May-07
1080p
USB, 1080p input, TVTV EPG, Swivel stand
42PFL9832D 47PFL9832D

Q4 Top B
MS7 DVB-T, 1080P, Pixel Plus 4HD, HD Clear LCD, SD DNM, Ambilight 3 1080p
May-07 Jun-07
1080p Jun-07
1080p
USB, 1080p input, TVTV EPG, Swivel stand
37PFL9732D 42PFL9732D 47PFL9732D

Q3/Q4 Step
MS7 (32-37-42” LCD), STEP 2K6 (42-50” PDP) Jul-07 HD PDP
Aug-07 ME6 Aug-07 Jul-07 HD PDP
Aug-07
DVB-T, 1080P (37-42” LCD), 100Hz (32” LCD), Pixel Plus 4HD, HD DNM, Ambilight 2 ME6
USB, 1080p input, TVTV EPG, Swivel stand 32PFL9632D 37PFL9632D 42PFP9532D 42PFL9632D 50PFP9532D

Q2/Q3 Entry+ TTM: July TTM: Mar TTM: May
TTM: May
CR: wk716 TTM: Apr TTM: Apr
TTM: June
TTM: Aug
ME7LB (RHCM-26”) LC06, DVB-T, Pixel Plus, 3D CF, 2 CR: 725 CR: wk707 CR: wk716 CRV: wk713 CR: wk713 CR: 728
HDMI,1000p HD CR: 724
37PFL7662D 1080p
ME7LE (32-42”) BJ, DVB-T, Pixel Plus 2HD, SD DNM, 2 HDMI, 26PFL7532D 32PFL7562D 37PFL7562D 42PFL7562D 42PFL7662D HD 52PFL7642D
42PFL7682D
1200p, USB
ME7LB BJ, Pixel Plus 2HD, SD DNM, TTM: Mar TTM: Oct TTM: Apr

2HDMI, 1200p, USB CR: wk706 CR: wk735 CR: wk714

32PFL5622D 32PFL7332 37PFL7532 42PFL7332

Q2 Entry CR for/05 (UK MHEG1.06) follows /12 (Continental Europe) by 2 weeks
ME7LA, (26-47” LCD), ME7PB (42-50” PDP) TTM: May TTM: March TTM: May TTM: Jun TTM: March TTM: Sept TTM: June
LC06, DVB-T, 1080P (47”), DCC, 3D CF, 2 HDMI,1000p CR: wk714 CR: 705 CR: wk711 CR: wk719 CR: wk710 Crov: wk734 Crov: wk721
1080p
26PFL5522D 32PFL5522D 37PFL5522D 42PFP5532D 42PFL5522D 47PFL6522D 50PFP5532D
ME7LA, (26-42” LCD), ME7PB (42” PDP)
LC06, DCC, 3D CF, 2 HDMI,1000p TTM: May TTM: March TTM: May TTM: May TTM: April 47PFL5522D
CR: wk718 CR: 710 CR: wk716 CR: wk717 CR: wk713

26PFL5322 32PFL5322 37PFL5322 42PFP5332 42PFL5322
ME7 (15-23” LCD) Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07 Oct-07
DCC, 2D CF, 1 HDMI, 100p
15PFL5122 20PFL512220PFL5322 23PFL5322

Q1 Promo June-07
19PFL5322 TTM: sept. TTM: sept. TTM: sept. TTM: sept. TTM: sept
ME7 cost (15-19” LCD) CR: 732 CR: 732 CR: 732 CR: 732 CR: 732
CC, 2D CF, DVI, 100p Jul-07 Jul-07 June-07
26PFL3312 32PFL3312 37PFL3312 42PFP3312 42PFL3312
15PFL4122 20PFL4122 19PFL4322

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This is range overview for flat-tv 2007, but not all sets
confirmed yet.

UD = Upmarket Displays
MFD = Mainstream Flat Display
CFD = Commodity Flat Display
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2 types of remote control are used

Digital
menu
A/D

For digital sets LC7 analogue and BJ3.1E
RC2034301 313923814201 RC2034302 313923814221
Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 8

For sets analogue only is the used remote control more
simple.
This simple remote control is also used in UFD, because in
main stream you must switch between analogue and digital
mode.

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New features

• 1080p full HD
• all LC7 sets will support 1080p

• LED ambilight (option)

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 9

Extra features will be introduced later.

1080P hardware for sets with 1080P display

1080P is supported by LC7, but not mentioned in the spec.

Optional is ambilight (will be used in AP)
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Connectivity
diagram

no VGA (EU)

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 10

Connectivity diagram.

Advise how to connect different sources.
Also PC is indicated, is only possible via HDMI (audio via
side connection)

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Connect PC to the tv

• Via DVI – HDMI cable

• Audio via EXT3 (front)

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Conditional Access Module

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 12

Some countries use scrambled DVB-T.
Different coding systems are used, this is decoded via the
module.
This module (Conditional Access Module = CAM) with
smart card can be inserted in the common interface slot.
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CAM detection in Digital Customer Service Menu

In DCSM there is
information about CAM
detection

1,2,3,6,5,4

Or via digital menu:
Information line, then
Green Red Yellow 9759
Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 13

In the Digital Customer Service mode is an indication
whether the CAM is inserted well.

If your CAM is defective then in this menu is also indicated
NO.

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Access code 0711

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 14

There is an option for parental control (code).

If code is lost, then there is universal code for deblocking.

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Supported RF transmission
Color Sound
Region Country Stroke Sound System
System Standard
NICAM Stereo/ Mono/ Dual,
UK & Ireland /05 PAL/SECAM BG
2CS Stereo/ Dual, FM Mono
SECAM L/ L’
Europe (Whole) /10 NICAM Stereo/ Mono/ Dual, AM Mono
PAL L
EUROPE
PAL I NICAM Stereo/ Mono/ Dual, FM Mono
Continental Europe
(excluding UK & NICAM Stereo/ Mono/ Dual,
/12 PAL/ SECAM DK
Ireland, including 2CS Stereo/ Dual, FM Mono
Eastern Europe)
DVB-T (For Digital Set) MPEG-Audio PCM, 44.1kHz 16bits

Supported AV Playback format
Region Supported Format

EUROPE, PAL BG, SECAM, NTSC M

AP,CHINA, PAL BG, PAL M, PAL N, NTSC M, NTSC
LATAM 4.43, PAL 60, SECAM

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Introduction chapter 1, Slide 15

Overview of supported standards.
No AC3 support

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Supported HDMI format Supported format (YPbPr)
Mode Signal Format Signal Horizontal Vertical
Format Frequency Frequency
640x480 @60Hz, 72Hz, 75Hz, 85Hz (kHz) (Hz)
720x400 @70Hz
800x600 @ 60Hz, 72Hz, 75Hz, 85Hz 480i 15.734 59.94
PC Format 1024x768 @60Hz, 70Hz, 75Hz, 85Hz 480P 31.500 60
1280x768 @60Hz
1280x1024@60Hz 576i 15.625 50
1360x768 @60Hz 576P 31.250 50
720P 37.500 50
720 x 480p @60Hz
720(1440) x 480i @60Hz, 720P 45.000 60
720 x 576p @50Hz, 1080i 28.125 50
Video Format 720(1440) x 576i @50Hz,
1080i 33.75 60
1280 x 720p @ 60Hz,
1280 x 720p @50Hz 1080P 56.25 50Hz
1920 x 1080i@50Hz, 60Hz 1080P 67.5 60Hz
1920x 1080p@50Hz, 60Hz

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Chapter 2 Mechanical and block diagrams

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Wiring of 32PFL5522D

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 2

Picture of 32” LCD set.

In the middle the SSB without screening.
On the left side of SSB there is the power supply.

Right bottom side front input and local keyboard.

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Rear side of 42” PDP-set

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 3

Example of a plasma set with SDI display.

In the middle again the SSB.
If the rear cover is removed, there is direct access to the SSB.
There is no top screening.

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1080P module
Dual LVDS out to
display

12V supply

Single LVDS UART
from SSB
Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 4

LVDS input from SSB, via 1080P board up scaled.
LVDS out to display is dual LVDS output, which is able to drive full-HD panel.

The module needs 12V supply voltage and I2C control from SSB.

UART can be used for software upgrading of this module.
JTAG is debug connector used by development.

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Component side SSB

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 5

Top side of the SSB with indication of the key components.

In the middle there is the Trident video processor.
Above it the Renesas uP.
Right top there is the audio amplifier.
The left part of the SSB is for digital reception. In LC4 this was the IBO-part, this is now
integrated on board.
The same chipset for digital is used (MOJO).

Between digital and Trident there is the DC-DC conversion.
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Solder side

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 6

Copper side.

Flash MEM in this chip is the software of the set.
Micronas is the audio demodulator.
2x SDRAM is the for the video processor

Right hand side there is again the digital part.
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2 connectors for Compair.
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At the tuner for I2C communication with the Renesas uP (upgrade main SW)
At the digital part UART communcation with MOJO

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block diagrams

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 7

Wiring diagram for the (32 inch) LCD-set.

From power supply 2 cables to the inverters.
With EEFL (External Electrode Fluorescent Light) there are 2 small inverters.

LVDS cable pos.nr. 8G51

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Block diagram video

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 8

Block diagram video.
From tuner to IF-demodulator (VIF and SIF), output from IC7113 is CVBS.
All video inputs go to the Trident, also from IBO-part.
2 scart connectors and you can see at which pins are the signals.
For the 2 HDMI there is a HDMI-receiver used (in this chip are also the HDCP-keys).
Output from this chip is digital to the Trident
The Trident chip does the complete video processing (I/O switching, multi standard colour
decoding, txt decoder and LVDS output).

At the LVDS output is also Vdisp (5V or 12V depending which display is used).
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There is also indicated I2C (this is only used for FHP-panel)
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Block diagram audio

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 9

Block diagram audio.
Also here from tuner to the same IF-demodulator.
Audio output pin 12 is sound-IF (FM modulated signal), this is fed to the audio processor
MSP4450.

Audio from IBO is processed by the MOJO and the output is I2S format (clock, data and
word select).

At the bottom is again HDMI. The audio from the HDMI source is converted from I2S
format to analogue.
Via this way to the pins 57 and 58 of IC7411.
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There are 2 outputs from the audio-IC:
Pins 26,27 via the amplifier to the speakers
Pins 23,24 for the headphone output

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Block diagram control & clock

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 10

On the right side there is the micro processor.
The uP is supplied with 3V3 and on pin 10 is the POR (reset is made with 7312).
Connected to the uP is IC7315, the nvm where all analogue settings are stored (also
option codes, alignments)
At pin 25 is SDM (service default mode)
There are 2 standby lines: STANDBY and STANDBYn
STANDBYn to audio amplifier (and optional to PDP (FHP only))
SATNDBY to supply and for muting audio
Communication between RENESAS and TRIDENT via parallel bus.
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The MOJO (DVB-T part) is addressed via I2C from RENESAS.
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I2C overview

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 11

On the left side is the RENESAS uP. This is the master that controls the set.
Nvm (7315) is connected to the uP, if set is in standby 7320 and 7321 will block to save power consumption.
Connector 1314 is for connection with Compair and 1311 is UART connector only used by development.

At the MOJO is UART connector for communication with Compair.
I2C local is the internal I2C bus for the DVB-T circuitry.
Also connected here another nvm (7H03) for DVB-T part.

2 more nvm’s for HDMI input, in these nvm is the EDID (Extended Display Identification Data).

On the same I2C bus are the other tv-IC’s.
There is indication about error codes. In this way there is a quick indication which circuitry has to be
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checked.
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The tuner can be addressed from COFDM (IC7F01) Æ digital mode
or from Renesas in analogue mode.
1G51 is the LVDS connector, I2C is used with FHP displays.

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Overview of supply lines

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 Mechanical and blockdiagram, chapter: 2, Slide 12

On left side the power supply

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Chapter 3 Power supply

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OVERVIEW (26” TO 47” LCD)

LC07 SSB Bolt-on

Inverter PSU
(Master) Inverter
(Slave)
AC
Inlet

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The power supply is board swap (no diagrams available).

The PSU powers the SSB, inverter (LCD backlight) and bolt-on module.

2 inverters are indicted (master,slave).

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LCD PSU DIVERSITY

Screen Operating
Screen 12 nc Region
Type Voltage Range
313912878521
(DELTA)
Europe 198 ~ 265
312242724431
(PPS)
26" & 32" LCD
313912878451
(DELTA)
Global 90 ~ 265
312242724521
(PPS)
312242724571
37" & 42" LCD Global 90 ~ 265
(PPS)
313912878921
47" LCD Global 90 ~ 265
(DELTA)
42" PDP 996500045386 SDI Global 90 ~ 265
50" PDP Global 90 ~ 265
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Overview of used power supplies (LCD and plasma).

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26” / 32” PSU (DELTA)

Connectors
To Bolt-on
Module
Connectors
To Inverter Connectors
to LC07 SSB

Flyback
LLC

PFC

AC Input
Connector

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Delta is one the used suppliers.

Here is indication what is on the power supply.

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37” / 42” PSU (PPS)

Connectors Connectors Connectors
To Bolt-on to LC07 SSB To Inverter
Module

Flyback
LLC

PFC

AC Input
Connector

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 < Power Supply >, chapter: 3, Slide 5

Picture of the power supply for big LCD-sets.

This supply is from Philips Power Solutions (PPS).

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47” PSU (DELTA)

Connectors Connectors
Connectors
To Inverter To Bolt-on
to LC07 SSB
Module

LLC Flyback

PFC

AC Input
Connector

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Power supply for 47” LCD-set.

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B02 – DC DC CONVERTER BLOCK DIAGRAM

7B02

7B05

7B01

7B03

7B04

7B06

7B08

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 < Power Supply >, chapter: 3, Slide 7

Power supply part on the SSB.

Input is 5V, from this various voltages are derived.

5V standby is always present (also in off-mode).

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Diagram B02 DC-DC converter

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2 connectors to the power supply (1C01 and 1P11).

1-1P11 backlight dimming
3-1P11 backlight on/off
5-1P11 backlight boost (not used in LC7)
6-1P11 is the standby line
From the 5V_SW 1,8V and Vtun is made.
IC7B01 is serial switch mode, at pin 1 is block wave. This block is also used to drive
FET 7B03 to make the Vtun (33V).
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Chapter 9 Service modes

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Software Clustering:

Analogue LCD - LC71EL1_vX.XX
Analogue PDP - LC71EP1_vX.XX
Digital LCD - LC72EL1_vX.XX
Digital PDP - LC72EP1_vX.XX

Digital LCD - LC72ELH_vX.XX 1080p display

where X.XX denotes the software version

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Panel Diversity
NVM Option Code Address 400 there can
Panel ID Screen Source Panel Type (Location 400 Dec) be checked which display
1 26" LCD Panel_1 LPL : LC260W-SLB2 045 is programmed
2 26" LCD Panel_2 AUO : T260XW02 V7 067
3 26" LCD Panel_3 CMO : V260B1 068
4 32" LCD Panel_1 LPL : LC320W01-SL06 046
5 32" LCD Panel_2 AUO : T315X02VD 050
6 32" LCD Panel_3 CMO : V315B1 069
7 37" LCD Panel_1 LPL : LC370WX1-SLB1 071
8 37" LCD Panel_2 AUO : T370XW02 V5 072
9 Panel_3 Reserved -
10 42" LCD Panel_1 LPL : LC420WX3-SLA1 073
11 42" LCD Panel_2 AUO : T420XW01 V5 076
12 42" LCD Panel_3 Reserved -
13 47" LCD 1080P Panel_1 LPL : LC470WU2-SLA1 075
14 47" LCD 1080P Panel_2 T470HW01 V0 082
15 Panel_3 Reserved -
16 42" PDP HD Panel_1 SDI : HD W2 083
17 42" PDP HD Panel_2 LG : HD X4 084
18 Panel_3 Reserved -
19 50" PDP HD Panel_1 SDI : HD W2 085
20 50" PDP HD Panel_2 LG : HD X4 086
21 Panel_3 Reserved -
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Service modes

SDM mode:
To Enter: 062596 menu

To Exit: standby
SAM mode:
To Enter: 0 6 2 5 9 6 follow by i+

To Exit: standby
CSM mode:
To Enter: Using RC to key in 1 2 3 6 5 4
To Exit: Press Menu on RC

Display code 062598 menu xxx

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Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 5

1.1.MODEL.
MODEL.Type
Typenumber,
number,e.g.
e.g.42PFL7662/12.
42PFL7662/12.(*)
(*)
2.2.PROD
PROD S/N. Product serial no., e.g. QG1B0722019306.(*)
S/N. Product serial no., e.g. QG1B0722019306.
(*)
3.3.SW
SWID.
ID.Software
Softwarecluster
clusterand
andversion
versionisisdisplayed.
displayed.
4.4.OP. Option code information.
OP. Option code information.
5.5.CODES.
CODES.Error
Errorbuffer
buffercontents.
contents.
6. SSB. Indication of the SSB order code (12nc). (*)
6. SSB. Indication of the SSB order code (12nc). (*)
7.7.NVM.
NVM.TheTheNVM
NVMsoftware
softwareversion
versionno.
no.
8. Flash Data. PQ (picture quality) and AQ (audio quality)
8. Flash Data. PQ (picture quality) and AQ (audio quality)
data version. This is a sub set of the main SW.
data version. This is a sub set of the main SW.
9.9.Reserved
Reservedfor
fordisplay
display12nc.
12nc.
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Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 6

10.
10.TUNER.
TUNER.Indicates
Indicatesthethetuner
tunersignal
signalcondition:
condition:“Weak”
“Weak”whenwhen
signal falls below threshold value, “Medium” when signal is
signal falls below threshold value, “Medium” when signal is
atatmid-range,
mid-range,andand“Strong”
“Strong”when whensignal
signalfalls
fallsabove
above
threshold value.
threshold value.
11.
11.SYSTEM.
SYSTEM.GivesGivesinformation
informationabout
aboutthethevideo
videosystem
systemofofthe
the
selected transmitter (PAL/SECAM/NTSC).
selected transmitter (PAL/SECAM/NTSC).
12.
12.SOUND.
SOUND.Gives Givesinformation
informationabout
aboutthetheaudio
audiosystem
systemofofthe
the
selected transmitter (MONO/STEREO/NICAM).
selected transmitter (MONO/STEREO/NICAM).
13.
13.HDAU.
HDAU.HDMI HDMIaudio
audiostream
streamdetection.
detection.“YES”“YES”means
meansaudio
audio
stream detected. “NO” means no audio stream
stream detected. “NO” means no audio stream present. present.
Only
Onlydisplayed
displayedwhen
whenHDMIHDMIsource
sourceisisselected.
selected.
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14.
14. FORMAT. Gives information aboutthe
FORMAT. Gives information about thevideo
videoformat
formatofofthe
the
selected transmitter (480i/480p/720p/1080i50, 1080p30,….).
selected transmitter (480i/480p/720p/1080i50, 1080p30,….).
15. HD SW ID. Software version of the 1080p full HD module
15. HD SW ID. Software version of the 1080p full HD module
(when
(whenpresent).
present).
16.
16. FPGAFWID.
FPGA FWID.Software
Softwarefor forambilight
ambilightsoftware
software

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Service Default Mode
If the 2 contacts for
SDM are shortened
at start up, then SDM
is activated

Or:
062596 menu

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 7

Short
Shortone
oneofofthe
the“Service”
“Service”jumpers
jumperson
onthe
theTV
TVboard
boardduring
during
cold
cold start. Then press the mains button (remove the shortafter
start. Then press the mains button (remove the short
afterstart-up).
start-up).Caution:
Caution:
Activating
ActivatingSDM
SDMbybyshorting
shorting“Service”
“Service”jumpers
jumperswill
willoverride
override
the
the DC speaker protection (error 1), the General I2Cerror
DC speaker protection (error 1), the General I2C
error
(error
(error4),
4),and
andthe
theTrident
Tridentvideo
videoprocessor
processorerror
error(error
(error5).
5).
When doing this, the service-technician must know exactly
When doing this, the service-technician must know exactly
what
whatheheisisdoing,
doing,asasititcould
coulddamage
damagethe
thetelevision
televisionset.
set.

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Service Alignment Mode

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 8

1.1.00031.
00031.This
Thisrepresents
representsthe therun
runtimer.
timer.The
Therun
runtimer
timercounts
countsnormal
normaloperation
operationhours,
hours,but
butdoes
does
not count Stand-by hours.
not count Stand-by hours.
2.2.LC72ELHH-1.11.
LC72ELHH-1.11. Software
SoftwareIdentification,
Identification,Version,
Version,and
andCluster
Clusterforforthe
theSW
SWname
namedefinition.
definition.
3.3.SAM. Indication of the Service Alignment Mode.
SAM. Indication of the Service Alignment Mode.
4.4.ERR
ERR(ERRor
(ERRorbuffer).
buffer).Shows
Showsallallerrors
errorsdetected
detectedsince
sincethe
thelast
lasttime
timethe
thebuffer
bufferwas
waserased.
erased.Five
Five
errors possible.
errors possible.
5.5.OP
OP(Option
(OptionBytes).
Bytes).Used
Usedtotoread-out
read-outthetheoption
optionbytes.
bytes.
6. Clear. Erases the contents of the error buffer. Select the CLEAR menu item and press the
6. Clear. Erases the contents of the error buffer. Select the CLEAR menu item and press the
MENU RIGHT key. The content of the error buffer is cleared.
MENU RIGHT key. The content of the error buffer is cleared.
7.7.Options.
Options.Used
Usedtotoset
setthe
theoption
optionbits.
bits.
8. Tuner. Used to align the tuner.
8. Tuner. Used to align the tuner.
9.9.RGB
RGBAlign.
Align.Used
Usedtotoalign
alignthe
theWhite
WhiteTone.
Tone.
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10. NVM Editor. Can be used to change the NVM data in the television set.
10. NVM Editor. Can be used to change the NVM data in the television set.
11. ComPair. Can be used to switch the television to “In Application Programming” mode (IAP),
11. ComPair. Can be used to switch the television to “In Application Programming” mode (IAP),
for software uploading via ComPair. Caution: When this mode is selected without ComPair
for software uploading via ComPair. Caution: When this mode is selected without ComPair
connected,
connected,thetheTV
TVwill
willbebeblocked.
blocked.
12.
12. SW Events. Not useful forService.
SW Events. Not useful for Service.This
Thiscan
canbebeused
usedbybydevelopment
developmenttotomonitor
monitorSW
SW
behaviour during stress test.
behaviour during stress test.

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Diversity programming of SSB

Before start up the sets, the SSB MUST load with the following diversity
related info:

No. Descriptions TV NVM Remark
Location (Dec)
1 Product Model 200 - 212 i.e. 32PFL5522D/12
2 Serial No 215 - 228 i.e. SV10003 30003
3 Panel Option Code 400
4 Option 7 407
(Smart Sound profile)

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 9

Here
Hereisisindicated
indicatedon
onwhich
whichaddresses
addressesthe
thevalue
valueisisstored.
stored.

i.e.
i.e.the
thetype
typenumber
numberisisstored
storedon
onthe
theaddresses
addresses200
200until
until212.
212.

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Option codes

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 10

Option
Optioncode
codetable.
table.
Last
Last code is indicationfor
code is indication
forscreen
screensize.
size.

Every
Everydisplay
displayhas
hasitsitsown
owncode,
code,i.e.
i.e.32PFL5522D/12
32PFL5522D/12with
withLPL-panel
LPL-panel(code
(code46).
46).

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alignments

• Tuner AGC
– 15 (digital no alignment)
– For analogue only try 15
– Perfect alignment: insert IF and check voltage at
pin 1 of the tuner (analogue only)

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 11

The
Theanalogue
analoguetuner
tunerUV1318S
UV1318Scancanalso
alsouse
usethe
thedefault
defaultvalue
value
ofof“15”,
“15”, however in case of problems use the followingmethod
however in case of problems use the following
method
(use
(usemultimeter
multimeterandandRF
RFgenerator):
generator):
• •Apply
Apply a vision IF carrierofof38.9
a vision IF carrier
38.9MHz
MHz(105
(105dBuV
dBuV==178
178
mVrms)
mVrms)tototest
testpoint
pointF111
F111(input
(inputvia
via5050ohm
ohmcoaxial
coaxialcable
cable
terminated with an RC network of series 10nF with 120
terminated with an RC network of series 10nF with 120
ohm
ohmtotoground).
ground).
• Measure voltage on pin 1 of the tuner.
• Measure voltage on pin 1 of the tuner.
• Adjust AGC (via SAM menu: TUNER -> AGC), until voltage
• Adjust AGC (via SAM menu: TUNER -> AGC), until voltage
ononpin
pin11isis3.3
3.3+0.5/-1.0
+0.5/-1.0V.V.
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• Store settings and quit SAM.
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• Store settings and quit SAM.

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White drive

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 12

Indication
Indicationisisgiven
givenfor
for32PFL5522D.
32PFL5522D.

For
Forperfect
perfectalignment
alignmentcolour
colouranalyser
analysershould
shouldbebeused.
used.

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How to Program LC07 SW ?
Behind the TV set connection for Compair

UART
Compair I2C

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 13

Software
Softwareupdate
updatevia
viaCompair.
Compair.
The
The Compair programmakes
Compair program
makesues
uesofofthe
theI2C
I2Cconnector.
connector.

UART
UARTisisused
usedfor
forcommunication
communicationwith
withthe
theDVB-T
DVB-Thardware.
hardware.
Compair can update the software via UART.
Compair can update the software via UART.

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ComPair & UART Connector
ComPair UART Cable I²C Adaptor Cable ComPair I²C cable
3122 785 90630 with small connector 3122 785 90004
3139 131 03791

ComPair Interface

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 14

ComPair
ComPairorder
ordercodes
codes(EU/AP/LATAM):
(EU/AP/LATAM):

ComPair
ComPairIIIIorder
ordercodes:
codes:
• •ComPair
ComPair II interface:3122
II interface:
3122785
78591020.
91020.
• •ComPair32
ComPair32CD
CD(update):
(update):3122
3122785
78560160.
60160.
• ComPair interface cable: 3122 785 90004.
• ComPair interface cable: 3122 785 90004.
• •ComPair
ComPairinterface
interfaceextension
extensioncable:
cable:3139
3139131
13103791.
03791.
• ComPair UART interface cable: 3122 785 90630.
• ComPair UART interface cable: 3122 785 90630.

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new interface detected
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Various test pictures can
be generated, from
trident, 1080p or MOJO
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Select upgrade of the software or upgrade in case of empty flash *
(then there is no feedback that the set is in Compairmode)

If software upgrade is completed (inclusive nvm), then type
number, serial number, SSB, options have to be checked or
programmed
Check in CSM

* 9322 212 72668 Empty flash does not work
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If the tv is in upgrade mode then the red LED is on

Shorten I2C connector, in case something went wrong.
TV-set is now also in upgrade mode
Follow the procedure for empty flash
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1. software upgrade,
2. nvm
3. Typenumber
4. Serialnumber
5. SSB
6. Options

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Upgrade nvm

• Set is in factory mode Æ V-/P- local keyboard

• Check displaycode

• Disconnect all cables after upgrade!!

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Pop-up screen will appear
where the serial number
can be entered

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In the pop-up menu the 12NC can be entered
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IBO software

• Software upgrade for IBO (PCMCIA, OAD or Compair

• Nvm file (hyper terminal)

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Software upgrade 1080p

Via UART
connection on
1080p board

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Nvm upgrade 1080p board

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Error codes

Philips CE Europe, Euroservice, March 2007 <service modes>, chapter: 9, Slide 27

Error
Errorcodes
codesfor
forLC7.
LC7.

IfIfthere
thereare
areproblems
problemswith
withdigital
digitalpart,
part,mostly
mostlythere
therewill
willbebeerror
error12.
12.
MOJO
MOJO is the MPEG2 decoder, but also the processor for the digitalpart.
is the MPEG2 decoder, but also the processor for the digital
part.

Error 6 means: no communication with nvm.
Error 6 means: no communication with nvm.
IfIfthere
thereisisany
anyshortcircuit
shortcircuiton
onI2C,
I2C,this
thiswill
willalso
alsogenerate
generateerror
error2.2.
There are serial resistors on I2C, disconnect the resistors to determine which IC is causing the
There are serial resistors on I2C, disconnect the resistors to determine which IC is causing the
problem.
problem.
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<< chassis LC7 >>

Frond End Filtering

Hans Munsters
Philips CE - Euroservice
mainstream
August 2007

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<< chassis LC7 >>
Possible problems

• No picture
– Try other sources (scart, analogue or digital)
– Is there menu? Try OSD (i+)
– Only sound? Æ display problem ?
– Backlight?

• Stripes or 1 line constant visible?

• Teletext problem?
– All presets?
– Only 1 preset, then try to retune
– 10 pages memory, can be feature
– Txt from other source? Æ settopbox or sattuner. Switch to other
external source to refresh txt-memory.
– Wrong characters? Check country selection

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<< chassis LC7 >>
No function or partly working

• Check LED
– No LED
– Only red
– Green
– Blinking? Æ error code

• Error 1 audio
• Error 2 power supply?
• Error 12 DVB-T

• Error 19 1080p module

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<< chassis LC7 >>
Problem solved with new software?

• Check software version
– Analogue or digital mode?

• Analogue - -main software (compair)
– Check version via CSM 1,2,3,6,5,4

• Digital (memory card)
– Check software via DCSM 1,2,3,6,5,4
– Via digital menu select info

Release notes?

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<< chassis LC7 >>
Tuning problem
• Some channels not ok?
– Check antenna connection, try other tv
– Retune channels
– V+/- back in virgin mode
• Problem only in digital mode?
– Check symptom-cure

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<< chassis LC7 >>
Remote is not working

• Factory mode?
– Vol – and P- (local keyboard) to disable factory mode
– ‘F’ is displayed on screen

• Volume at max?
– Keyboard defect?

• Virgin mode
– Vol – and Vol + (local keyboard)

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Problems with HDMI

• Try other resolutions

• PC-mode or video mode?

• Overscan – underscan

• Can customer try other set? (or in the shop?)

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Problems with component input

• What does customer use?
– 1fH, 2fH, …

• Try sync via side I/O
– Picture? Æ 1fH
– No picture Æ 2 or 3fH (higher frequency)

• Check settings in DVD-player
– Try RGB or CVBS

• Try other tv

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Chassis LC7.1E – LC7.2E

The LC7.x is a new mainstream tv-chassis introduced in the year 2007 (LC7.1 is the
analogue range, LC7.2 is the digital range). It is the successor of the LC4.x chassis, and
covers a screen size of 26 to 52 inch for LCD and 42 to 50 inch for Plasma sets with a
new styling called “ME7”.
Some key components are:
• Audio: Sound processing is via multi-standard sound processor MSP4450 (7411)
• Video: Video processing is with the Trident video processor SVP CV32-LF (7202).
For analogue reception, a standard IF demodulator is used, whereas digital input signals
(DVB-T) are processed through a COFDM channel decoder together with an MPEG
decoder (integrated on the SSB).
A so-called “Renesas” microprocessor performs the control functionality.
Important features of this chassis are:
• AmbiLight: LED AmbiLight (optional)
• 1080p Full HD (where applicable).

The user interface for LC7 (analogue mode):

The menu looks similar as used in chassis L06 (CRT-set), but 100Hz features are not
present here. LC7 has 1000 pages txt, so there is big memory.
For picture format switching there is no black bar detection, auto format is via signalling
bits or via status on pin 8 of scart.

Via A/D button on the remote you can switch to digital mode.
The digital menu is the same as used in LC4 or FTx2:
So there are 2 menu buttons on the RC (analogue menu or digital menu).
There is no longer SPDIF output.

At the rear side of a digital set there is a sticker for DVB-T or non-DVB-T countries.
This is indication of validation in those countries. If non-DVB-T country is selected the
digital reception is disabled (introduced with software R0C44).
If non dvb-t country is selected then it is still possible to switch to digital mode, but no
digital channels are stored.

At the bottom side of the set there is sticker with typenumber, serialnumber.
Also the display code is mentioned here. If there is no picture, then a quick check could
be to reprogram display code (via 062598 menu xxx).
But attention, in CSM typenumber and serialnumber are reset.
LC7 is used as main stream product, for lower end CFD (Commodity Flat Display) is
used. At this moment different chassis are used:
LC4.1E AC update of LC4.1E AB
LC7.2E LB small change compared with LC7.2 LA
TPS1.0E LCD-set with chassis from TPV

In LC7 there are 2 scart connectors, EXT1 is full scart (with RGB) and EXT2 is meant
for DVDR (YC is on EXT2).
2 HDMI connectors are used and LC7 has also component input (1fH/2fH supported).
At the side is input for CVBS, YC and audio i.e. from camera.
There is also the headphone connector. LC7 has only 1 volume control, there is no
separate control for headphone.

For Europe there is no VGA
connection, but computer can be
connected via DVI-HDMI cable.

Audio from PC should be connected to
front.
Mechanical setup of the set.

In LC7 there are only few boards. On the SSB is the DVB-T (IBO) module integrated.
Compared with LC4 there is only 1 tuner, this is so-called hybrid tuner. It is used for
analogue and digital reception.
The audio amplifier (class D) is on the SSB.

The SSB has to be repaired on component level (complete board cannot be ordered).

In sets with full HD display, the 1080P panel is added.
LVDS signal from SSB (single LVDS) is fed to the 1080P board, output is dual LVDS to
the LCD-panel.
The 1080P board is supplied with 12V and IIC is via the LVDS connector.
In this picture the components are indicated. Basic concept of chassis LC7 is built with
Renesas (main uP) and Trident (video processor). There are 2 HDMI connectors, via
HDMI chip selection is made. (in this chip the HDCP-keys are integrated)
On the left side is the DVB-T part, it is the same hardware as used in LC4.
The audio amplifier is without cooling plate, because of class D (high efficiency).
I2C UART
This is the rear side of the SSB.
Here is the audio processor, the IC is from micronas.

Above it is the flash mem indicated, here is the main software of the set.

2x SDRAM is used for the Trident video processor, this is used to store the video signal
so the Trident can do calculations on the video signal i.e. scaling, widescreen switching
or picture improvements like pixel plus.
The memory is also used for storing 1000 txt pages.

Channel decoder does the tuning in DVB-T mode.

I2C connector is used for Compair, i.e. for software upgrading.
The UART connector is used for the DVB-T part of LC7.
Power supply

The power supply is handled as black box.
This means that the service policy for all power supplies in LC7 is board swap.
In this table the versions are indicated:
Screen Operating
Screen 12 nc Region PSU Description/ Type Number
Type Voltage Range
313912878521
(DELTA) LC06 Integrated w/o bolt-on PSU 2632" -
Europe 198 ~ 265
312242724431 Europe
(PPS)
26" & 32" LCD
313912878451
(DELTA)
Global LC06 Integrated PSU 2632" - ROW 90 ~ 265
312242724521
(PPS)
312242724571
37" & 42" LCD Global LC06 Integrated PSU 3742" GLOBAL 90 ~ 265
(PPS)
313912878921
47" LCD Global LC06 Integrated PSU 47" GLOBAL 90 ~ 265
(DELTA)
42" PDP 996500045386 SDI Global Reuse 2K6 with minor modification 90 ~ 265

50" PDP Global Reuse 2K6 with minor modification 90 ~ 265

For LCD use is made of 2 suppliers: Delta and Philips Power Solutions. With Plasma sets
power supply is dependent on the used pdp.
Measure the voltages at the connectors of the power supply, to have a quick indication
whether the supply is ok. The power supply can also operate without load.

One remark for digital set:
If set is switched into standby, then there is semi standby.
This is not indicated by the LED’s, but after about 10 minutes the set will switch to
standby (low power consumption). In semi standby the power consumption is +/- 20W.
Semi standby is used in LCD, but also with PDP.
This semi standby mode is used to scan for new channels and to check whether new
software is available.
On the SSB is part of the power supply. From the 5V_SW several voltages are derived.
In this part there is one serial switch mode (L5973D) and the rest are voltage stabilisers
(except for Vtun).

The DC-DC converter is a serials switch mode supply. It works at switching frequency
of 250kHz.
5V2_SW can be from power supply, in case of PDP-set. In case of LCD-sets then the
switching is on the SSB.
In standby mode the 3V3_STBY remains present, therefore only the Renesas is active
during standby.
Tuning and IF

Video 7113
1101 SAW IF demodulator CVBS

tuner Audio SIF
SAW

RF AGC_analog

RFAGC
7111
Switch RF AGC_digital
IC
IIC_analog
Supply
IIC
+5V/+33V
Digital IF
36.16MHz IIC_digital

4MHz clock
IF AGC
To COFDM

In chassis LC7 there is a hybrid tuner (1101), it is used for analogue and digital tuning.
Via IC7111 the I2C bus is switched, IIC analogue is from the Renesas and IIC is from the
channel decoder.
For analogue reception RF AGC is used, but for digital this is inside the tuner and then
IF AGC is used. (analogue tuner or hybrid tuner are not interchangeable)

The DVB-T hardware is based on the IBO module which is also used in LC4 chassis.
The main control of DVB-T is the MOJO chip. The Renesas communicates with the
MOJO via the IIC bus and the MOJO controls via local IIC the DVB-T part.
The DVB-T cell on the SSB is built around the “MOJO” MPEG decoder PNX8314HS
(item 7G00) and receives the signal from the COFDM Channel Decoder TDA10046
(item 7F01). The (hybrid) tuner TD1316AF (item 1101) supports digital (DVB-T)
reception and transports the signal via the VIM_IBO and VIP_IBO lines. The digital data
stream exits the DVB-T cell when it is fed to the Trident SVP CX32 Video Processor
(item 7202). A Common Interface (CI) slot allows reception of encoded signals when
used with a Conditional Access Module (CAM) in combination with a smart card.

Common Interface (CI)
Introduction
The digital sets of this chassis are provided with a special slot called Common Interface
(CI). Together with a Conditional Access Module (CAM) and a smart card, it is possible
to receive scrambled TV programs.
The removable smart card, distributed by the provider, allows you to tune digital
scrambled channels.
Implementation
1. The receiver receives the digital data stream.
2. The data flows into the Conditional Access Module, which contains the content
provider's unscrambling algorithms.
3. This module verifies the existence of a smart card that contains the subscriber's
authorization code.
4. If the authorization code is accepted, the CAM unscrambles the data and returns the
data to the MOJO.
(if the code is not accepted, the data remains scrambled, restricting access).
5. The MOJO then decodes the data and outputs it for viewing.

The internal voltages that are used are:
• 5 V (+5V_SW)
• 3.3 V (+3V3_MOJO)
• 1.2 V (+1V2_MOJO)
• 1.8 V (+1V8S_SW).

During start-up, it is important that the +1V8S_SW line comes up earlier than the
+3V3_MOJO line. In order to implement this, a delay circuit is added. TS7J05 switches
the MOSFET 7J04 “on” and “off”.
The diode (item 6J03) performs a short-circuit protection for the +3V3 output stage.
Video processing

The video processing is completely handled by the Trident SVP
CX32 video processor features:
• CVBS-input for analogue signals.
• RGB-input for digital (DVB-T) signals.
• Motion and “edge-adaptive” de-interlacing.
• Integrated ADC.
• Built-in 8-bit LVDS transmitter.
• Colour stretch.
• Skin colour enhancement.
• 3D Digital Comb Video Decoder.
• Interlaced and Progressive Scan refresh.
• TeleText decoding.
• OSD and VBI/Closed Caption.

For analogue reception, a CVBS signal coming from the analogue front-end is fed to the
video processor via pin CVBS1. In the video processor is the multi standard video
processor (PAL/SECAM/NTSC).
During digital reception, the video signal coming from the MPEG decoder (MOJO) is fed
to the video processor via pins FS1, PC_RGB.
The video processor has also direct input for the SCART1 & 2 input, side AV, EXT4
(HD where applicable) and HDMI1 & 2 input.
There are 2 CVBS outputs. SCART1 there is always the tuner signal (also for DVB-T
mode) and SCART2 is meant for recording (WYSIWYG). The source that is displayed,
is also available via SCART2 output.

Other output is LVDS for LCD or plasma display.

The Trident is supplied with the 3V3_SW and 1V8_SW (in standby the Trident is off). It
has its own oscillator of 14MHz connected to pins 204-205.
The reset for the Trident is on pin 86. This is from the uP.
Communication between Trident and Renesas is via I2C bus and via parallel bus because
that is faster. There are series resistors on this bus and there it is possible to check for
activity on the bus.

uP

data address

Trident

The resistors are 3201, 3202, 3203 and 3204.
Two memories are connected to the video processor to store video content and for
storage of txt-pages.
Output from the Trident is LVDS, via filters to the screen. Depending on the used
display there can be different resolution.
i.e 1024x768 (PDP-panel) or 1366x768 (LCD-panel).
If 1080P display is used, then mostly the output from Trident is 1366x768. Except if the
input signal is 1080i, this is forwarded by the Trident. The 1080P panel takes care of the
de-interlacing.
In this circuitry the 12V display is switched, this
voltage is used on the LVDS connector for the
logic board of the LCD or plasma panel.
LCD_PWR_ON is from the uP to switch on the
12V. There is a small delay in the switching of this
voltage and that generates a reset on the logic
board.
If F the FET 7210 has a leakage or short circuit
then the 12V is still present, but in some cases the
reset is not generated. This causes no picture on
the display.

LED 6201 is optional, not used in LC7.

There are 4 control lines for display, these are used for PDP-sets.
Depending on used brand (LGE, SDI or FHP),
different lines are used.
i.e. for SDI only CTRL-DISP1_up is used, at
pdp-side this line is named CTRL_DISP1. This
line is used to reset the logic board of the PDP.
Audio processing

The audio processor used in LC7 is the MSP4450. All inputs are fed directly to the
MSP4450. Source select, FM demodulation, sound control is all in IC7411. The MSP4450
is supplied with 8V on pin 39. This 8V is derived from the +12V display. The MSP is also
supplied with 5V on pins 12,13 (digital) and 61,62 (analogue).
The IC makes use of its own crystal of 18MHz and needs a reset on pin 19 (low is reset),
this is controlled from the Renesas uP.

There are 2 outputs for SCART and on pins 26,27 is L/R for the amplifier.
At pins 23,24 is also variable level sound for headphone. If customer uses volume
control then both outputs are controlled together (there is no separate control for
headphone).

IC7A01 is the class D amplifier TDA8932T. It combines a good performance with a high
efficiency. Therefore no cooling plate required for this IC.
With pin 6 the amplifier is switched on, that is controlled by the uP. Pin 5 is used to
mute the amplifier via mute control circuitry.
In case of too high DC voltage for the loudspeakers, the protection is activated. The set
will switch off and via the led error 1 is indicated.
Service modes

Different service modes are used:

1. Customer service mode access via 1,2,3,6,5,4

2. Service default mode access via 0,6,2,5,9,6, menu

3. Service alignment mode access via 0,6,2,5,9,6, i+

4. Program display code 062598 menu xxx (xxx = the display code, see type plate)

Customer Service Mode (CSM) displays the status of the set. With this overview is
indicated which software is used in the set and for picture-sound settings. CSM in LC7 is
2 pages, with cursor up-down it is possible to navigate between the 2 pages.
This is in analogue mode:

Lines 1&2 there are type- and serial number displayed. If the display code is changed via
062598 menu xxx then these 2 lines have to be reprogrammed.
SW ID = software version.
LC7xEL is for LCD-sets
LC7xEP is for pdp-sets
LC7xELH is for 1080p sets
OP are the option codes (these are printed on the type plate)
CODES are the error codes
SSB is assembly number for the small signal board, to identify which board is in the set.
NVM there is indicated which version of nvm file is used
Flash data is part of the software for audio and picture quality settings
Life timer are the operation hours of the set
Tuner indicates quality of received signal
System is the detected colour system (PAL/SECAM/NTSC)
Sound mono, stereo, nicam
HDMI connected? Yes/no
HDAU gives information about audio via HDMI
Format gives information about the video format (480i/480p/720p/1080i).
Lines 16 – 18 are optional.
Can be used to identify software version for 1080p panel or for ambilight.

There is also CSM in digital mode. This can also be entered via 1,2,3,6,5,4 or via the
digital menu. There go to information and then use this key sequence: Green Red
Yellow 9,7,5,9.

Hardware version identifies which hardware for
DVB-T is used in this set
Application SW is the software for DVB-T
NOR is the boot software for DVB-T
Digital frequency is the tuned freq.
Bit error rate gives impression for quality of
received signal
Bandwidth, mostly 8MHz is used
FEC, guard interval is transmitter dependent
Transmission mode 8k is used
MHEG is only used in UK at this moment
(more graphics in txt mode).
CIM Card present, indicates whether the CAM is detected. In case an encrypted channel
is not decoded, this can be used to check that the CAM is detected.

Service default mode
Via 062596 menu default mode is entered or short one of the “Service” jumpers on the
TV board during cold start. Then press the mains button.
Caution: Activating SDM by shorting “Service” jumpers will override the DC speaker
protection (error 1), the General I2C error (error 4), and the Trident video processor
error (error 5).
When doing this, the service-technician must know exactly what he is doing, as it could
damage the television set.

Tuning is 475,25 MHz.
Set linear video and audio settings to 50%, but volume to 25%.
• All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled:
– (Sleep) timer.
– Blue mute/Wall paper.
– Auto switch “off” (when there is no “ident” signal).
– Hotel or hospital mode.
– Child lock or parental lock
– Skipping, blanking of “Not favourite”, “Skipped” or “Locked” presets/channels.
– Automatic storing of Personal Preset or Last Status settings.
– Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches back/OFF automatically.
– Auto Volume levelling (AVL).

Menu explanation:
• HHHHH: Are the operating hours (in decimal).
• AAAABCD-X.YY: Software Identification, Version, and Cluster
• SDM: The character “SDM” to indicate that the TV set is in Service mode.
• ERR: Shows all errors detected since the last time the buffer was erased. Five errors
are possible.
• OP: Used to read-out the option bytes. See “Options” for a detailed description.

Service menu
062596 i+ to enter the service menu.