Colour Television

Chassis

LC7.1E
LA

ME7

H_16940_000.eps
080307

Contents

Page

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis
Overview
2
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes
6
3. Directions for Use
8
4. Mechanical Instructions
9
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 16
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and
Waveforms
Wiring Diagram 32”
27
Wiring Diagram 37”-42”
28
Block Diagram Supply
29
Block Diagram Video
30
Block Diagram Audio
31
Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals
32
Test Point Overview SSB (Bottom Side)
33
I2C IC’s Overview
34
Supply Lines Overview
35
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts
Diagram
SSB: DC/DC
(B02) 36
SSB: Tuner & Demodulator
(B03A) 37
SSB: Micro Processor
(B04A) 43
SSB: Video Processor
(B04B) 44
SSB: PNX2015: Audio Processor
(B04C) 45
SSB: YPBPR & Rear IO
(B06A) 46
SSB: I/O Scart 1 & 2
(B06B) 47
SSB: HDMI
(B06C) 48
SSB: Headphone Amp & Muting
(B06D) 49
SSB: Audio
(B07) 50
SSB: SRP List
51
Side A/V Panel
(D) 62
Keyboard Control Panel
(E) 64
Front IR / LED Panel
(J) 66
8. Alignments
69

Contents

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9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Sheets
73
Abbreviation List
80
IC Data Sheets
83
10. Spare Parts List
88
11. Revision List
92

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EN 3122 785 16940

EN 2

1.

Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

LC7.1E LA

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
Index of this chapter:
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connection Overview
1.3 Chassis Overview
Notes:
• Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.
• Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

1.1

Technical Specifications

1.1.1

Vision
Display type
Screen size
Resolution (HxV pixels)
Min. contrast ratio
Min. light output (cd/m2)
Typ. response time (ms)
Viewing angle (HxV degrees)
Tuning system
TV Colour systems
Video playback

Supported computer formats
Supported video formats

Presets/channels
Tuner bands

1.1.2

LCD
32” (82 cm), 16:9
42” (107 cm), 16:9
1366 x 768
4000:1 (32”)
5000:1 (42”)
500
8 (32”)
5 (42”)
178x178
PLL
PAL B/G, D/K, I
SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L’
NTSC
PAL
SECAM
WXGA (1366x768)
640x480i - 1fH
720x576i - 1fH
640x480p - 2fH
720x576p - 2fH
1920x1080i - 2fH
1280x720p - 3fH
100 presets
VHF
UHF
S-band
Hyper-band

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NICAM D/K, I, L/L’
2CS D/K, B/G
7-bands
2 x 10

Sound
Sound systems
Equalizer
Maximum power (WRMS)

1.1.3

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Miscellaneous
Power supply:
- Mains voltage (VAC)
- Mains frequency (Hz)

: 220 - 240
: 50 / 60

Ambient conditions:
- Temperature range (°C)
- Maximum humidity

: +5 to +40
: 90% R.H.

Power consumption (values are indicative)
- Normal operation (W)
: ≈ 140 (32”)
: ≈ 240 (42”)
- Stand-by (W)
: <1
Dimensions (WxHxD cm)

: 80.5x54.6x11.5 (32”)
: 104.5x68.6x11.6 (42”)

Weight (kg)

: 15.5 (32”)
: 25 (42”)

Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview
1.2

LC7.1E LA

1.

EN 3

Connection Overview

H_16940_005.eps
270207

Figure 1-1 Side and rear I/O connections
Note: The following connector colour abbreviations are used
(acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Gy=
Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, and Ye= Yellow.
1.2.1

Side Connections
EXT3: Headphone - Out
Bk - Headphone
32 - 600 ohm / 10 mW

rt

EXT3: Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In
Rd - Audio R
0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm
Wh - Audio L
0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm
Ye - Video CVBS
1 VPP / 75 ohm

jq
jq
jq

EXT3: S-Video (Hosiden): Video Y/C - In
1 - Ground Y
Gnd
2 - Ground C
Gnd
3 - Video Y
1 VPP / 75 ohm
4 - Video C
0.3 VPPP / 75 ohm
1.2.2

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

- Easylink P50
- Video Green
- n.c.
- Ground Red
- Ground P50
- Video Red
- Status/FBL

17
18
19
20
21

- Ground Video
- Ground FBL
- Video CVBS
- Video CVBS
- Shield

0 - 5 V / 4.7 kohm
0.7 VPP / 75 ohm
Gnd
Gnd
0.7 VPP / 75 ohm
0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm
Gnd
Gnd
1 VPP / 75 ohm
1 VPP / 75 ohm
Gnd

jk
j
H
H
j
j
H
H
k
j
H

EXT2: Video YC - In, CVBS - In/Out, Audio - In/Out
H
H
j
j

20

21

Rear Connections

2

1

E_06532_001.eps
050404

EXT1: Video RGB - In, CVBS - In/Out, Audio - In/Out
Figure 1-3 SCART connector

20

21

2

1

E_06532_001.eps
050404

Figure 1-2 SCART connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

- Audio R
- Audio R
- Audio L
- Ground Audio
- Ground Blue
- Audio L
- Video Blue
- Function Select

9

- Ground Green

0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm
0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm
0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm
Gnd
Gnd
0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm
0.7 VPP / 75 ohm
0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3
Gnd

k
j
k
H
H
j
j
j
H

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

- Audio R
- Audio R
- Audio L
- Ground Audio
- n.c.
- Audio L
- C-out
- Function Select

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

- n.c.
- Easylink P50
- n.c.
- n.c.
- n.c.
- Ground P50
-C
- Status/FBL

17 - Ground Video

0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm
0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm
0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm
Gnd

k
j
k
H

0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm
0.7 VPP / 75 ohm
0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3

j
k

0 - 5 V / 4.7 kohm

Gnd
0.7 VPP / 75 ohm
0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm
Gnd

j
jk

H
j
j
H

LC7.+5V .In.D2+ .D0+ .Ground j H j j H j j H j j H j Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel j jk H j j H DDC clock DDC data Gnd Hot Plug Detect Gnd EXT4: Cinch: Video YPbPr .7 VPP / 75 ohm Wh .Video Pr 0.D2.SCL-S I2C Clock (0 . .eps 310107 Figure 1-5 PWB/CBA locations (32” models) .Video Pb 0. 75 ohm Service Connector (ComPair) 1 .c.7 VPP / 75 ohm Rd .CLK+ . Audio . and Chassis Overview H k j H Gnd 1 VPP / 75 ohm 1 VPP / 75 ohm Gnd Service Connector (UART) 1 .Video CVBS/Y . Digital Audio .eps 250505 Figure 1-4 HDMI (type A) connector 1.3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 .5 V) 3 .In Gn .D1.Audio R 0.Ground .Shield .Ground Gnd 3 .n.DDC_SDA .D0.Ground FBL .Audio L 0..D1+ .c.Shield Technical Specifications.In .Video Y 1 VPP / 75 ohm Bu .UART_RX Receive k H j Aerial .5 V) 2 .HPD .Shield .UART_TX Transmit 2 .SDA-S I2C Data (0 .Ground Gnd jk j H HDMI 1 & 2: Digital Video.In 19 18 1 2 E_06532_017.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq jq jq jq jq Chassis Overview SIDE I/O PANEL D CONTROL BOARD E LED PANEL J POWER SUPPLY UNIT B SMALL SIGNAL BOARD G_16860_047.IEC-type (EU) D Coax.Shield .Video CVBS .5 VRMS / 10 kohm Rd . .1E LA .Shield .n.DDC_SCL . Connections.CLK.EN 4 18 19 20 21 1.

eps 050307 Figure 1-6 PWB/CBA locations (42” models) . EN 5 SIDE I/O PANEL D CONTROL PANEL E LED PANEL J POWER SUPPLY UNIT B SMALL SIGNAL BOARD H_16940_008. and Chassis Overview LC7.Technical Specifications. Connections.1E LA 1.

ce.3. For an overview of these profiles. 220E or 220R indicates 220 ohm).1E LA Safety Instructions. Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec. – To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip. otherwise wear-out of tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed. and remove the wire between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.g. Safety Instructions. An "asterisk" (*) indicates component usage varies. Never replace modules or other components while the unit is switched "on".2 Warnings 2. Be careful during measurements in the high voltage section. – To exchange solder-tips for different applications. 2. and Notes Index of this chapter: 2. to prevent touching of any inner parts by the customer.com (needs subscription. • Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply): 1. Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the decimal point indication (e. use of solder paste within workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to store and to handle. Warnings.EN 6 2.2 kohm).2 pF). The correct component values are listed in the Spare Parts List.3 Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a colour bar signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz. • Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free soldering tin. For additional questions please contact your local repair help desk. – Wristband tester 4822 344 13999. Pay in particular attention to the following points: • Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the mounted cable clamps. Measure the voltages in the power supply section both in normal operation (G) and in stand-by (F).3. 2. These values are indicated by means of the appropriate symbols. • Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for external damage. Any other component substitution (other than original type) may increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.380°C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint. visit the website www.atyourservice. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. . Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with either an "E" or an "R" (e. • Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for proper function. use plastic rather than metal tools. depending on the tested area of circuitry. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the tuner or the aerial connection on the set. • Replace safety components.3 Notes • 2. Switch "off" the set. If lead-free solder paste is required. you must use the correct temperature-profile.3 Notes 2.com (needs subscription. BGA Temperature Profiles For BGA-ICs. extension cable and earth cable) 4822 310 10671.g. All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (μ= x10-6). 3. chapter "Repair downloads". In general. Warnings. LC7. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the "on" position (keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!). connection box. 2. the set must be returned in its original condition. The solder tool must be able: – To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C. Keep components and tools also at this same potential. “Dolby”. Avoid temperatures above 400°C. • Check the cabinet for defects.philips. Measure them in the All resistor values are in ohms.g.3. Make sure that. 2. “Pro Logic” and the “double-D symbol”. Careless handling during repair can reduce life drastically. or hot ground (I).1 Safety Instructions 2. 2p2 indicates 2. are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Here you will find Information on how to deal with BGA-ICs. visit this URL: www. Warnings • Schematic Notes • 2. always check this list when there is any doubt. select “Magazine”. nano-farads (n= x10-9). 2K2 indicates 2.1 General • Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the chassis (= tuner) ground (H).2 • • • • • • • • All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD w). The reading should be between 4. measure the waveforms and voltages with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. but is not available for all regions) You will find this and more technical information within the "Magazine". and Notes 2. 4. This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a circuit becoming unstable. during repair. Safety regulations require that after a repair. Refer to the diversity tables for the correct values. BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs Introduction For more information on how to handle BGA devices.2 • 2. or 61. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. you are connected with the same potential as the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. The voltages and waveforms shown in the diagrams are indicative. or pico-farads (p= x10-12). please contact the manufacturer of your soldering equipment. Where necessary. wristband.4 Lead-free Soldering Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected by the workshop during a repair: • Use only lead-free soldering tin Philips SAC305 with order code 0622 149 00106.3. indicated by the symbol h. When you align the set.philips.5 Mohm and 12 Mohm. only by components identical to the original ones. Therefore. • Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around 360°C . After login. R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).25 MHz for PAL. which is coupled to the 12NC.atyourservice. Available ESD protection equipment: – Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat. not available for all regions).1 Safety Instructions Safety regulations require the following during a repair: • Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation transformer (> 800 VA). and the value multiplier is often used to indicate the decimal point location (e. then go to “Repair downloads”.ce.

If the third digit of the serial number contains the number “1” (example: AG1B033500001).O.M. one can identify which B.3.NO: AG 1A0617 000001 MADE IN BELGIUM 220-240V ~ 50/60Hz 128W VHF+S+H+UHF S BJ3.7 Practical Service Precautions • • It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.Z can be used. they can cause unexpected reactions that are best avoided.9 and the characters A. is used for the TV set he is working with. number 1.1E LA 2.6 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair (CLR) If a board is defective.g. then the set has been produced according to B. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production center (e.eps 130606 Figure 2-1 Serial number (example) 2.O. then the TV set has been manufactured according to B.E.3. Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to avoid mixed regimes. In general. supplier for back charging! 2. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B. digit 3 refers to the B.g. e. EN 7 .s can be indicated by the third digit of the serial number. and Notes • 2. MODEL : 32PF9968/10 PROD. and is a good service precaution. If this cannot be avoided.O. Before reaching into a powered TV set. carefully clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin. others of quite high potential are of limited current and are sometimes held in less regard. If the third digit is a “2” (example: AG2B0335000001). While some sources are expected to have a possible dangerous impact.M.M. The 6 last digits contain the serial number. Otherwise. and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in example below it is 2006 week 17). Alternative BOM identification The third digit in the serial number (example: AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative B. number. Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit serial number. By looking at the third digit of the serial number. switch “off” unused equipment or reduce heat. it cannot be returned to the O. This is important for ordering the correct spare parts! For the third digit. no. If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged completely. code.M..Safety Instructions. LC7.M. AG is Bruges). While some may not be dangerous in themselves.O. two different types of displays.. It is easy to do.M. do not solder on the defective board. 2. it is best to test the high voltage insulation.5 To avoid wear-out of tips. digits 5 and 6 refer to the production year. digit 4 refers to the Service version change code. Warnings. so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.0E LA E_06532_024..O. the numbers 1. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the specific TV set.M. This will then result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type Number. consult your repair procedure to decide if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on component level. Always respect voltages.O.g.O.3..M. it is possible that the same TV model on the market is produced with e. coming from two different suppliers.

EN 8 3.philips. Directions for Use You can download this information from the following websites: http://www.philips.1E LA Directions for Use 3. LC7.com .com/support http://www.p4c.

3 Assy/Panel Removal 4. EN 9 4.4 Set Re-assembly 4. Cable Dressing G_16860_064. Mechanical Instructions Index of this chapter: 4.1 Cable Dressing 4. They apply to the 32” sets.1 Notes: • Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation. due to the different set executions.1E LA 4.eps 310107 Figure 4-1 Cable dressing (32” models) .Mechanical Instructions LC7. • Follow the disassemble instructions in described order.2 Service Positions 4.

LC7.EN 10 4.eps 050307 Figure 4-2 Cable dressing (42” models) .1E LA Mechanical Instructions H_16940_009.

1 Rear Cover Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before you remove the rear cover. Sets with a display of 42” and larger. When defective. Release clips [3] and remove the board. Note: the aluminium service stands can only be used when the set is equipped with so-called “mushrooms”. The stands can be (dis)mounted quick and easy by means of sliding them in/out the "mushrooms". Refer to fig.1 Foam Bars E_06532_019. 5. using the foam bars (see part "Service Position").3.2 Service Positions 4. Unplug connector [2].eps 171106 Figure 4-3 Foam bars The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can be used for all types and sizes of Flat TVs. 4. “Keyboard control panel“ below. 1.eps 170504 1 1 Figure 4-4 Aluminium stands (drawing of MkI) The new MkII aluminium stands (not on drawing) with order code 3122 785 90690. • Aluminium service stands (created for Service). Remove rear cover screws and the stand (if mounted). it is obligatory to use the provided screws. a stable situation is created to perform measurements and alignments. 2. 4.2.2.2 LC7. 6. otherwise it is possible to damage the monitor inside! Required for sets 42” 4. EN 11 Aluminium Stands For easy servicing of this set. Place the TV set upside down on a table top. and duration tests. replace the whole unit. Remove rear cover.3. 3.Mechanical Instructions 4. 2. alignments.2 Keyboard Control Panel 1. See figure “Foam bars” for details. • Foam bars (created for Service).3 Assy/Panel Removal 4. Remove the T10 parker screws [1]. . Otherwise use the original stand that comes with the set.1E LA 4. Remove the unit. Ensure that the foam bars are always supporting the cabinet and never only the display. there are a few possibilities created: • The buffers from the packaging. Important: For (older) FTV sets without these "mushrooms". 3. 4. as described earlier. By placing a mirror under the TV. The new stands are backwards compatible with the earlier models. can also be used to do measurements. require four foam bars [1]. E_06532_018. you can monitor the screen. Remove the rear cover. Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously damage the display! By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars.

At the same time.eps 010207 Figure 4-6 Side I/O module . “Side I/O panel 1”. One of the screws is T10 tapping. Push catch [d] (located at the underside of the bracket) and slide the unit to the right from its bracket [e]. you have to lift the catch [f] loacted on top of the headphone connector.eps 010207 b (1x) Figure 4-8 Side I/O panel [2/3] bottom side a b (1x) G_16860_066.3 Side I/O Panel 1. When defective. 2. Remove the rear cover.eps 010207 G_16850_007. as described earlier. 5.EN 12 4.3. See fig. d 2 e 2 G_16860_076. 3. the other one is T10 parker. “Side I/O panel 3”. “Side I/O module”.1E LA 1 c 3 2 1 G_16860_075. 6. Remove screws [b] and remove the complete module. 4. See fig. See fig. To remove the PWB from its bracket. See fig. replace the whole unit. Mechanical Instructions LC7. “Side I/O panel 2”. Remove T10 parker screw [c]. Unplug connector [a].eps 090207 Figure 4-5 Keyboard control panel Figure 4-7 Side I/O panel [1/3] top side 4. slide the PWB out of its bracket [g].

as described earlier.5 LC7.eps 110107 Remove the rear cover. 4. Remove T10 parker screws [2].eps 110107 1 Figure 4-12 Tweeters 2 4. 2. 6.eps 010207 1. Remove the T10 tapping screws [b] that hold the SSB. Refer to fig. See Figure “SSB removal”. 4.3.6 Tweeters G_16860_077.1E LA 4.3. f g 2 2 1 2 G_16850_010. 2. 1.eps 110107 Figure 4-11 Mid-range speakers 4. Lift the SSB from the set. as described earlier. “Tweeters” below. as described earlier.eps 010207 Figure 4-13 SSB removal . 4. Figure 4-10 IR/LED panel b (3x) a b (3x) a b (2x) b (2x) G_16860_074. Refer to fig. 2. 2 1 G_16850_011. 5.4 IR/LED Panel Remove the rear cover. Remove the rear cover.3. Unplug connector(s) [1]. Remove T10 parker screws [2]. Figure 4-9 Side I/O panel [3/3] 4. Release clip [2] and remove the board. 3. Remove the screws that hold the CINCH and HDMI connectors at the connector panel. Unplug connectors [1]. 3. 2. Refer to fig. 4. replace the whole unit. When defective. “IR/LED panel“ below. “Mid-range speakers“ below. 3. G_16850_009. EN 13 Mid-range Speakers 1. 3.7 Small Signal Board (SSB) 1. Remove the rear cover. “SSB removal“ below. Disconnect all cables [a] on the SSB. Refer to fig.3. Unplug connectors [1]. as described earlier.Mechanical Instructions 4.

5. Remove the rear cover. Remove LCD panel fixation screws [g] and lift the complete central sub-frame from the set (incl. 2.9 Main Supply Panel 1. the PSU. SSB. Remove the rear cover. Remove the fixation screws [b]. Unplug the connectors on the Main Supply Panel [a] and the LED & IR board [c]. a G_16860_065. “Main supply panel“ below. 2. Refer to fig. 4. Important: Be careful. Unplug the outer connectors [d] from the mid-range loudspeakers. Remove T10 parker screw [b] that holds the Side I/O module bracket. as this is a very fragile connector! 6. as described earlier.8 4. 7. Remove T10 parker screws [f] of the central sub-frame. b (3x) a a LCD Panel 1.3. 4. “LCD panel“ below. Mechanical Instructions LC7. Refer to fig. Take the board out (it hinges at the left side). Unplug cables [a].EN 14 4.3. and Side I/O boards and wiring).eps 310107 Figure 4-15 LCD panel [1/2] . as described earlier. 9. 3.1E LA 4. Lift the LCD panel [7] from the front cabinet.eps 010207 Figure 4-14 Main supply panel f (1x) g (2x) e a g (2x) b f (3x) d f (2x) d c (1x) G_16860_067. Do NOT forget to unplug the LVDS connector [e] from the SSB. 8. 3. 5.

LC7.4 Set Re-assembly To re-assemble the whole set.eps 110107 Figure 4-16 LCD panel [2/2] 4. make sure that all cables are placed and connected in their original position. execute all processes in reverse order. See figure "Cable dressing". Notes: • While re-assembling. EN 15 . • Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams.Mechanical Instructions 7 G_16850_015.1E LA 4. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted correctly (one is located above the LVDS connector on the display. between the LCD display and the metal sub-frame).

Numbering will go from 1 . in the layout overviews with a “half-moon” sign. LC7. and Fault Finding Index of this chapter: 5. In this way it is possible to determine which part is defective. The CSM displays diagnosis information. where: • AAAA is the chassis name: LC71 for analogue range (non-DVB). but not the Standby hours. SAM. and Cluster The software identification. and Fault Finding 5. • D is the language/features indication: 1= standard. – If the main version number changes. test points are indicated with a rectangular box around “Fxxx” or “Ixxx”. • Audio: 3 kHz left. and by making use of a faultfinding database. “CSM”. • C is the display indication: L= LCD. read and write in NVMs. In CSM mode. is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. • Video: Colour bar signal. 1 kHz right. registers. the test points (Fxxx) are mentioned.99. which can be controlled via ComPair. H= 1080p full HD.2 Service Modes 5. white tone). In the schematics. operating hours. Some features are: • A pre-defined situation to ensure measurements can be made under uniform conditions (SDM).). Service Modes. options and option codes. As most signals are digital. • Display information (“SDM” or “SAM” indication in upper right corner of screen. • X is the main version number: The main version number is updated with a major change of specification (incompatible with the previous software version). The screen will show: “AAAABCD X. and cluster will be shown in the main menu display of SDM. version. version. the default settings are loaded • YY is the sub version number: The sub version number is updated with a minor change (backwards compatible with the previous versions) Numbering will go from 00 .EN 16 5. the new version number is written in the NVM – If the main version number changes. ComPair has to be connected to the TV set via the ComPair connector. LC72 for digital range (DVB). Version. it will be difficult to measure waveforms with a standard oscilloscope.1 General Some items are applicable to all Service Modes or are general.1 Test Points 5.1E LA Service Modes. which will be accessible through the rear of the set (without removing the rear cover). Several key ICs are capable of generating test patterns. L= LATAM. Software Identification. Error Codes. These are listed below. • Customer Service Mode (CSM) and Digital Customer Service Mode (DCSM). Life Timer During the life time cycle of the TV set. the software identification. To do this.YY”.1 Test Points In the chassis schematics and layout overviews.4 Error Codes 5.3 Service Tools 5.7 Fault Finding and Repair Tips 5. • Activates the blinking LED procedure for error identification when no picture is available (SDM). – If the sub version number changes.g. communicate with ICs and the uP (PWM. • The possibility to overrule software protections when SDM was entered via the Service pins. This life timer counts the normal operation hours. A= AP/China. It will also be possible to up and download the software of the TV set via I2C with help of ComPair. 5. Minimal five digits are displayed.Z. software version. Error Codes. which can be used by the Service engineer to repair/align a TV set. • B is the region indication: E= Europe. • Computer Aided Repair Mode (ComPair).9 then from A . the new version number is written in the NVM – If the NVM is fresh. • Make alignments (e. The actual value of the life timer is displayed in SDM and CSM in a decimal value. SDM and SAM offer features. etc. (de)select options.2. 5. Instructions on how to enable the CSM can be given by telephone by either the dealer or the P3C (Philips Customer Care Center). and cluster will be written to NVM . reset the error buffer (SAM). Perform measurements under the following conditions: • Service Default Mode.5 The Blinking LED Procedure 5.2 Service Modes The Service Mode feature is split into four parts: • Service Default Mode (SDM). and CSM. submenus). a life timer is kept. which the customer can forward to the dealer/P3C. P= Plasma. The (D)CSM is a Service Mode that can be enabled by the consumer. The information provided in CSM and the purpose of CSM is to: • Increase the home repair hit rate • Decrease the number of nuisance calls • Solved customers' problem without home visit ComPair Mode is used for communication between a computer and a TV on I2C /UART level and can be used by a Service engineer to quickly diagnose the TV set by reading out error codes. error buffer. • Service Alignment Mode (SAM). enter options codes. Every two soft-resets should increase the hour by +1. U= NAFTA.

Brand Size resolution Hor. for further actions. the set will switch to Stand-by.Service Modes. Display Option Code Selection When after a display exchange. because several items in the NVM are TV-related and not SSBrelated (e.1E LA 5. the NVM-content must be filtered. Therefore. he needs to look to the side/bottom sticker to identify the set. EN 17 During this algorithm. Model and Prod. In case a call centre or consumer reads “See Type Plate” in CSM mode. to indicate that the process has been completed successfully. it will result in a TV with “no display”. S/N” data is changed into “See Type Plate”.g. press the following key sequence on a standard RC transmitter: “062598” directly followed by MENU and “xxx”. resolution Type number 12 NC 045 2D LCD LPL 26 768p 1366 LC260WX2-SLB2 9322 234 13682 046 2E LCD LPL 32 768p 1366 LC320W01-SL06 9322 230 03682 068 44 LCD CMO 26 768p 1366 V260B1-L03 9322 249 37682 069 45 LCD CMO 32 768p 1366 V315B1 L05 9322 248 65682 070 46 LCD CPT 32 768p 1366 CLLAA320WB02P 9322 245 31682 071 47 LCD LPL 37 768p 1366 LC370WX1-SLB1 9322 246 96682 072 48 LCD AUO 37 768p 1366 T370XW02V5 9322 249 77682 073 49 LCD LPL 42 768p 1366 LC420WX3-SLA1 9322 246 97682 076 4B LCD AUO 42 768p 1366 T420XW01V8 9322 249 10682 083 53 PDP SDI 42 768p 1024 S42AX-YD04(PS-426-PH) 9322 246 76682 085 55 PDP SDI 50 768p 1366 S50HW-YD05(PS-506-PH) 9322 246 81682 091 5B LCD AUO 32 768p 1366 T315XW02VD 9322 249 06682 093 5D LCD LPL 42 1080p 1920 LC420WU2-SLA1 9322 246 84682 103 67 LCD LPL 20 480p 640 LC201V02-SDB1 9322 242 65682 105 69 LCD CMO 19 900p 1440 TPM190A1-L02 9965 000 43654 106 6A LCD AUO 23 768p 1366 T230XW01V3 9322 249 79682 107 6B LCD LPL 42 768p 1366 LC420WX5-SLD1 9322 249 09682 .eps 290107 Figure 5-1 Location of Display Option Code sticker Table 5-1 Display option code overview Display option Display HEX type Vert. the display option code is not properly set. “Model” and “Prod. it is required to set this display option code after such a repair. where “xxx” is a 3 digit decimal value of the panel type (see first column in table “Display Code Overview” or sticker on the side/ bottom of the cabinet). Display Option Code 39mm 27mm PHILIPS 040 MODEL: 32PF9968/10 PROD. and Fault Finding LC7.SERIAL NO: AG 1A0620 000001 (CTN Sticker) E_06532_038. To do so. S/N). Therefore. When the value is properly accepted and stored in NVM. Error Codes.

• Read the error buffer. These service unfriendly modes are: – (Sleep) timer. • Start the blinking LED procedure. blanking of “Not favourite”.EN 18 5. AP-PAL/-Multi 475. unplugging the television).YY: See paragraph “Service Modes” -> “General” -> “Software Identification. The error buffer will only be cleared when the “clear” command is used in the SAM menu. by pressing and hold “VOL-“ and “CH-” together should leave Factory mode. Y Y E R R X X X X X X X X X X O P X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Specifications Table 5-2 SDM default settings Region Freq. and pressing MENU key again will return to the last status of SDM again. Stored user settings are not affected. since they interfere with diagnosing/repairing a set. How to Exit Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button on the remote control transmitter or on the television set.. the service-technician must know exactly what he is doing. etc. – Auto switch “off” (when there is no “ident” signal). When doing this. The error buffer will not be cleared. On Screen Menu After activating SDM..2 5. LC7. SDM G_16860_027. the TV will show up in the last status of SDM menu as soon as the power is supplied again..1E LA Service Modes. Europe (except France). – Automatic storing of Personal Preset or Last Status settings.e. the television set will remain in SDM when mains is re-applied. – Auto Volume levelling (AVL). • Short one of the “Service” jumpers on the TV board during cold start (see Figures “Service jumper”). Note: • If the TV is switched “off” by a power interrupt while in SDM. (MHz) Default syst. command “OSD” (“STATUS” for NAFTA and LATAM) from the user remote will toggle the OSD “on/off” with “SDM” OSD remaining always “on”.25 (channel 3) NTSC M LATAM • • PAL M Set linear video and audio settings to 50 %.25 PAL B/G France SECAM L NAFTA. • Check the life timer. Version. • ERR: Shows all errors detected since the last time the buffer was erased. How to Activate To activate SDM.) with “SDM” OSD remaining. AP-NTSC 61. If you switch the television set “off” by removing the mains (i. “Skipped” or “Locked” presets/channels. and the error buffer is not cleared. • In case the set is in Factory mode by accident (with “F” displayed on screen). – Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches back/ OFF automatically. How to Navigate As this mode is read only. the General I2C error (error 4). contrast. S D M HHHHH A A A A B C D . Seven codes are possible. G_16860_030. • To prevent the OSD from interfering with measurements in SDM. the following screen is visible. • SDM: The character “SDM” to indicate that the TV set is in Service mode. use one of the following methods: • Command MENU from the user remote will enter the normal user menu (brightness.eps 260107 Figure 5-2 Service jumper (SSB component side) .eps 260107 Figure 5-3 SDM menu Menu explanation: • HHHHH: Are the operating hours (in decimal). there is not much to navigate. with SDM in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the television is in Service Default Mode. and Fault Finding Service Default Mode (SDM) Purpose Set the TV in SDM mode in order to be able to: • Create a predefined setting for measurements to be made. Error Codes. but volume to 25 %. – Hotel or hospital mode.2. • Press the following key sequence on the remote control transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the OSD/i+ button to switch to SAM (do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence). and the Trident video processor error (error 5). Caution: Activating SDM by shorting “Service” jumpers will override the DC speaker protection (error 1). – Skipping. All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled.. and Cluster” for the SW name definition. colour. as it could damage the television set. – Child lock or parental lock (manual or via V-chip). Then press the mains button (remove the short after start-up). – Blue mute/Wall paper. • OP: Used to read-out the option bytes.X . • Override software protections. • AAAABCD-X. To switch to other modes. See “Options” in the Alignments section for a detailed description. Five errors possible. use one of the following methods: • Press the following key sequence on the remote control transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the MENU button (do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence).

• Software version. for software 5. OP (Option Bytes). Five errors possible.2. After entering SAM. 12.1E LA X X X How to Exit Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button on the remote control transmitter or the television set. See paragraph “Service Modes” -> “General” -> “Software Identification. Can be used to switch the television to “In Application Programming” mode (IAP). NVM Editor.4 Customer Service Mode (CSM) Purpose The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and information on the TV’s operation settings. 6. • Or via ComPair.YY. Remove the AC power to reset the TV. See also paragraph “Fault Finding and Repair Tips” further on. Used to set the option bits. The run timer counts normal operation hours. How to Store SAM Settings To store the settings changed in SAM mode (except the OPTIONS settings). 5. error codes. Service Alignment Mode (SAM) L L L L L E R R X X O P X X X LC7. and Cluster” for the SW name definition. Only to be used by development to monitor SW behaviour during stress test. – Change the value of the selected menu item. • NVM Editor. • Press the following key sequence on the remote control transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the MENU button to switch to SDM (do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence). SAM. – Activate the selected submenu. See “Options” in the Alignments section for a detailed description. • When you press the MENU button twice while in top level SAM. • Set the screen mode to full screen (all contents on screen are viewable). the TV will be blocked. the TV will show up in "normal operation mode" as soon as the power is supplied again. See “Options” in the “Alignments” chapter for a detailed description. The content of the error buffer is cleared. Indication of the Service Alignment Mode. • Command “OSD/i+” key from the user remote will toggle the OSD “on/off” with “SAM” OSD remaining always “on”. ERR (ERRor buffer). How to Activate To activate CSM. G_16860_031. and option settings display. • After leaving the Customer Service Mode. • ComPair Mode switching. • Possibility to use “CH+” or “CH-” for channel surfing. select menu items with the MENU UP/ DOWN keys on the remote control transmitter. Version. AAAABCD-X. 9.3 Purpose • To change option settings. . • Set the screen mode to full screen (all contents on screen are viewable). 7. the original settings are restored.2. How to Activate To activate SAM. 8. To return to the SAM menu press the MENU button. SW Events. Select the CLEAR menu item and press the MENU RIGHT key. Do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence. with SAM in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the television is in Service Alignment Mode. Caution: When this mode is selected without ComPair connected. ComPaIr. • Error buffer clearing. 2. RGB Align. Specifications • Operation hours counter (maximum five digits displayed). • To display / clear the error code buffer. it is possible to: – Activate the selected menu item. 10. • In case the set is in Factory mode by accident (with “F” displayed on screen).eps 260107 Figure 5-4 SAM menu Menu explanation: 1. or enter the specific channel number on the RC. A A A A B C D . use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to display the next / previous menu items. Clear. Used to align the tuner. A call centre can instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to identify the status of the set. Specifications • Ignore “Service unfriendly modes”. • Option settings. Seven codes are possible. 11. and Fault Finding 5. White Tone. Used to align the White Tone. • To perform alignments. See “Tuner” in the “Alignments” chapter for a detailed description. but does not count Stand-by hours. S A M C O T R N C S l p u G V o W e t n B M m a r i o n e r A l E d p a i E V E s i g n i t o r r N T S > > > > > > > EN 19 How to Navigate • In the SAM menu. press the following key sequence on the remote control transmitter: “123654” (do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence). Erases the contents of the error buffer. The selected item will be indicated. • Line number for every line (to make CSM language independent). The error buffer will not be cleared. Can be used to change the NVM data in the television set. and Audio). use one of the following methods: • Press the following key sequence on the remote control transmitter: “062596" directly followed by the OSD/ STATUS/INFO/i+ button (it depends on region which button is present on the RC). • Software alignments (Tuner. Tuner. See “White Tone” in the “Alignments” chapter for a detailed description. LLLLL. Error Codes. Used to read-out the option bytes. by pressing and hold “VOL-“ and “CH-” together should leave Factory mode. Y e s Note: • When the TV is switched “off” by a power interrupt while in SAM. Y Y X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 5. Shows all errors detected since the last time the buffer was erased. Options.Service Modes. the following screen is visible. uploading via ComPair. modifications are not possible in this mode. When not all menu items fit on the screen.X . leave the top level SAM menu by using the POWER button on the remote control transmitter or the television set. 4. • With the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys. Read paragraph “Service Tools” > “ComPair”. This represents the run timer. This helps them to diagnose problems and failures in the TV before making a service call. The CSM is a read-only mode. the set will switch to the normal user menu (with the SAM mode still active in the background). therefore. 3.

This is a sub set of the main SW. 32PFL5522D/10. SSB.EN 20 5. 18. OP. Service Modes. 2. and sync signals are okay. ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how to repair the chassis in a short and effective way.3 Service Tools 5. (*) 7. and Fault Finding LC7. When operating. Only displayed when HDMI source is selected. Reserved. 17. XXX / S T R ONG S ECA M E O/ NI C A M G_16860_032.eps 210207 Figure 5-5 CSM menu How to Connect This is described in the chassis fault finding database in ComPair. or POWER button on the remote control transmitter. Error buffer contents. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. it is not possible to increase the size when processing high-resolution . Gives information about the video format of the selected transmitter (480i/480p/720p/1080i).1E LA 3. Operating hours indication. Indication of the SSB factory identification code (12nc). 6. CODES.2 LVDS Tool Introduction This Service tool (also called “ComPair Assistant 1“) may help you to identify. ComPair features TV software up possibilities. ICs will be blown! How to Order ComPair II order codes: • ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020. as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. For the TV chassis. HDAU. Indicates the tuner signal condition: “Weak” when signal falls below threshold value. 16. Furthermore it is possible to program EPLDs with this tool (Byte blaster). Menu Explanation 1.. the ComPair interface box and the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the service connector(s). AG1A0712123456. TUNER. • ComPair interface cable: 3122 785 90004. Software version of the 1080p full HD module (when present). in case the TV does not show any picture. this data must be rewritten to the NVM. • ComPair32 CD (update): 3122 785 60160. Reserved. (*) 2. X R: L L L L A K/ GOO L / NT S C NO/ S T E S / NO XXXXXX / 1 x X X 2 1 0 2 3 4 5 6 x XXX XXX XX 3 4 1 2 1 1 X D 2 . XX. PQ (picture quality) and AQ (audio quality) data version. • Press the POWER button on the television set. contact your local support desk 5. (*) 3. Software cluster and version is displayed. the tool will show a small (scaled) picture on a VGA monitor. 5. Error Codes. • ComPair interface extension cable: 3139 131 03791. “YES” means audio stream detected. 11. Thus to determine if LVDS. “NO” means no audio stream present. use one of the following methods: • Press the MENU button twice.3. TO UART SERVICE CONNECTOR Multi function Optional Power Link/ Mode Switch Activity I 2C RS232 /UART PC ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge HDMI I2C only Optional power 5V DC G_06532_036. XX XXX Specifications ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product. e. The (new) ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via an USB cable. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem areas. LIFE TIMER. How to Exit To exit CSM. and offers the following: 1. 14. HD SW ID. by a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive question/answer procedure.1 ComPair Introduction ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips Consumer Electronics products. MODEL. Read the user manual for an explanation of this feature. The ComPair fault finding program is able to determine the problem of the defective television.3.g. Flash Data. X X 1 X L D / R . Type number. the following screen will appear: CS M 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 4 M P S O C S N F L T S S H F O R W P O S V l I U Y O D O D E L : O D S / I D : : D E S : B : M : a s h D F E TI N E R : S T E M: U N D : A U : R M A T: 3 2 N: L C XX XX 3 1 XX a t ME WE P A MO Y E XX P F L 5 5 2 A G1 A 0 7 7 1 EL 1 X XXX XX XX 3 9 1 2 7 XXXXXX a : XX. Gives information about the video system of the selected transmitter (PAL/SECAM/NTSC). 13. 4. 10. NVM. The NVM software version no. Product serial no. You do not have to know anything about I2C or UART commands yourself. If one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART). Reserved. 15. RC out OR Note: If you encounter any problems. Upon entering the Customer Service Mode. HDMI audio stream detection. (*) If an NVM IC is replaced or initialised. SW ID. and “Strong” when signal falls above threshold value. SYSTEM. 8. Gives information about the audio system of the selected transmitter (MONO/STEREO/NICAM). because ComPair takes care of this.eps 260107 Figure 5-6 ComPair II interface connection Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in between). PROD S/N. e. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can automatically communicate with the chassis (when the uP is working) and all repair information is directly available.g. “Medium” when signal is at mid-range. FORMAT. 4. 9. Option code information. RGB. 12. whether the Small Signal Board (SSB) or the display of a Flat TV is defective. SOUND. TO TV TO I2C SERVICE CONNECTOR ComPair II RC in 5. • ComPair UART interface cable: 3122 785 90630. Due to a limited memory capacity.

If possible. an error code is only the result of another error and not the actual cause of the problem (for example.1 3122 785 90861 Notes 1. write down the errors present in the error buffer and clear the error buffer before you begin the repair. . EJx. Pins 27 and 28 should be grounded or not connected.g. the displayed picture will be full size. the error code for a “General I2C failure” and “Protection errors” is displayed. When an error occurs that is not yet in the error code buffer. stored in the NVM. a fault in the protection detection circuitry can also lead to a protection).x. Error codes are required to indicate failures in the TV set.2 tbd JL2.2 How to Read the Error Buffer You can read the error buffer in 3 ways: • On screen via the SAM/SDM/CSM (if you have a picture).3 Error Codes In case of non-intermittent faults.2 / 3122 785 90851 MFD variant only LC7.1 Introduction How to Connect Connections are explained in the user manual.x. 5. you must have ComPair release 2004-1 (or later) on your PC (engine version >= 2.5 3122 785 906621 BJ3. This ensures that old error codes are no longer present. For every TV type number and screen size. Example: – ERROR: 0 0 0 0 0 : No errors detected – ERROR: 6 0 0 0 0 : Error code 6 is the last and only detected error – ERROR: 9 6 0 0 0 : Error code 6 was detected first and error code 9 is the last detected (newest) error • Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no picture).1): 3122 785 90671. one must choose the proper settings via ComPair.8 3122 785 906621. The buffer is written from left to right. covering chassis BJx.2 LC4. Note: To use the LVDS tool. only the error code of the MAIN failure is displayed. • Failing I2C device. Below this resolution. In principle a unique error code is available for every: • Activated protection. All error codes are stored in the same error buffer (TV’s NVM) except when the NVM itself is defective.4 Error Codes 5.0 3122 785 906621 FTL2. • LVDS cable 20p/DF -> 20p/DF (standard with tool): 3122 785 90731.0 3122 785 906621 EJ3.1 3122 785 907311 / 3122 785 90851 Remarks LC4. Error Codes. or when a DVI monitor is used. How to Order • LVDS tool (incl. For some chassis.3 3122 785 90821 LC4. See “The Blinking LED Procedure”. For other chassis.4 3122 785 906621. a separare LVDS cable must be ordered. a separate cable must be ordered. two LVDS cables: 31p and 20p.4. which is packed with the tool. Included in LVDS tool package (order code 3122 785 90671) 2. EN 21 The last five errors.05). it is displayed at the left side and all other errors shift one position to the right.2 / 3122 785 90851 LC4.1 3122 785 906621 / 3122 785 90821 FJ3.4 5.2 / 3122 785 90851 only for 26 & 32” sets LC4. In case a failure identified by an error code automatically results in other error codes (cause and effect).9 3122 785 906621. • SDRAM failure. The error codes for the single devices (EFFECT) is not displayed. 5. and Fault Finding LVDS signals (> 1280x960).0 3122 785 906621 EL1. error buffer via OSD or blinking LED procedure. check the entire contents of the error buffer. This is called the error buffer. An error with a designated error code may never lead to a deadlock situation. The last found error is displayed on the left.41 3122 785 906621. Example: In case of a failure of the I2C bus (CAUSE).4. FJx. • LVDS cable 31p/FI -> 31p/FI (standard with tool): 3122 785 90662. The error code buffer contains all errors detected since the last time the buffer was erased. Table 5-3 LVDS cable order number LVDS cable order number 3122 785 906621 BJ2.2.4. are shown in the Service menu’s. BJ2. In some situations. Refer to table “LVDS cable order number” for an overview of all deliverable cables. An error will be added to the buffer if this error differs from any error in the buffer. ComPair to read from the NVM). The ComPair file will be updated regularly with new introduced chassis information. • General I2C error. Chassis LC7. • LVDS tool Service Manual: 3122 785 00810. The LVDS cables included in the package cover most chassis.0 3122 785 906621 BJ3. This means that it must always be diagnosable (e.x and LC4.1 3122 785 906621 EJ2. • Via ComPair.1E LA 5.31 3122 785 90821 LC4.Service Modes.

7205 15 Reserved. 7113 9 7411 I2C error communicating with the Sound Processor. or SCL/SDA open (at uP pin).1E LA Service Modes. if applicable 19 I2C error while communication with 1080p bolt-on module. not via the I2C bus. 2 +12V protection error.4. Note: If you exit SAM by disconnecting the mains from the television set. 1101 8 I2C error while communicating with the IF Demodulator. Remarks 0 No error. 18 I2C error while communicating with the iBoard processor. The I2C bus of Trident is only used in ComPair mode. • note 2 10 SDRAM defective. if applicable Notes 1. 6 I2C error while communicating with the NVM. and Fault Finding – Table 5-4 Error code overview Error code1) Description Item nr. 5 Trident Video Processor communication error. This error means: no I2C device is responding to the particular I2C bus. 1 DC Protection of speakers. 7F01. the error buffer is not reset. 16 Reserved. LC7. Use the MENU UP/DOWN buttons.EN 22 5. 5. 2.4 How to Clear the Error Buffer The error code buffer is cleared in the following cases: • By using the CLEAR command in the SAM menu: To enter SAM. Some of the error codes reported are depending on the option code configurations. Error Codes. 12V missing or "low". error 10 and 14 might also be reported. . 7817 12 I2C error while communicating with the MOJO PNX8314. – Make sure the menu item CLEAR is selected. 7202 When Trident IC is defective. The text on the right side of the “CLEAR” line will change from “CLEAR?” to “CLEARED” If the contents of the error buffer have not changed for 50 hours. 7G00 14 SDRAM defective. 17 Reserved. if applicable 7K00. Trident communicates via parallel bus. Possible causes: SCL/SDA shorted to GND. 4 General I2C error. press the following key sequence on the remote control transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the OSD/i+ button (do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence). 7315 The TV will not startup due to critical dta not available from the NVM. if necessary. 3 Reserved. 7G00 if applicable 13 DVB HW communication error. but the LED will blink the error code. 7 I2C error while communicating with the Tuner. – Press the MENU RIGHT button to clear the error buffer. the error buffer resets automatically. SCL shorted to SDA. The internal bus of the Trident platform should not cause the entire system to halt as such an error can be reported. 7204 11 I2C error while communicating with the HDMI IC.

7 Hex . which might be helpful during fault finding.5 seconds in which the LED is “off”. before changing the settings. 4. This can be done with the “NVM Editor” in SAM mode. Error code LED blinking is in red colour. 3.25 seconds. If there is no activity within these 5 minutes. if the new settings turn out to be incorrect. Table 5-5 NVM editor overview Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure. Go to SAM. After replacing an EEPROM (or with a defective/no EEPROM).Store Store? Load Default NVM Values Alternative method (2): It is also possible to upload the default values to the NVM with ComPair in case the SW is changed.5 seconds. However.7. 5. red LED on. single bytes can be changed. it is possible to start-up and to start aligning the TV set. When the downloading has completed successfully. Switch “off” the TV set with the mains cord disconnected from the wall outlet (it does not matter if this is from "Standby" or "Off" situation). or when the NVM content is corrupted. The customer might think the set is in Stand-by.5.5 seconds. and Fault Finding 5. • If you press the mains switch at the local key board in a DVB set. an error buffer is available.1 Introduction The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors. i.25 seconds / LED “off” for 0. the entire error buffer is displayed when Service Mode “SDM” is entered. 5. It should be noted. 2. After this sequence. Select NVM Editor. • The sequence starts again with 12 short blinks. the RC command “MUTE” “062599 “OK” can be used. Short-circuit the SDM jumpers on the SSB (keep short circuited). To initiate a forced default download the following action has to be performed: 1. which is capable of storing the last five errors that occurred. Displaying the Entire Error Buffer For instructions on how to upgrade the TV Main software.7. TV Main Software Upgrade Fault Finding and Repair Tips Notes: • It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly with correct values and no bad solder joints. In case the TV set is in protection or Stand-by: The blinking LED procedure sequence (as in SDMmode in normal operation) must be triggered by the following RC sequence: “MUTE” “062500” “OK”. • 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1. With this option. Store the value. Dec Description 0x000A 10 Existing value . 5. check if the correct options are set. to facilitate “Off the Air download” (OAD). After the default values are downloaded. Select ADR (address) to 1 (dec). On the next pages you will find start-up and shut-down flowcharts. 5.1 NVM Editor In some cases. Any RC5 command terminates the sequence. that some events are only related to PDP sets. and therefore not applicable to this LCD chassis. Then this sequence is repeated.5 seconds to finish the sequence. this blinking procedure is terminated when a RC5 command is received. Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over time. the following occurs: • 1 long blink of 5 seconds to start the sequence. refer to ComPair. 3. • 1 long blink of 1. Press “P+” or “CH+” on the local keyboard (and keep it pressed). • Before any fault finding actions.6 5.2 LC7. the set will go to “Semi Stand-by” mode for 5 minutes. Additionally.ADR Alternative method (1): 1. because incorrect NVM settings may seriously hamper the correct functioning of the TV set! • Always write down the existing NVM settings.5 The Blinking LED Procedure 5.5 seconds. default settings should be used to enable the set to start-up and allow the Service Default Mode and Service Alignment Mode to be accessed.VAL 0x0000 0 New value .Service Modes. . • 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1. 4. In order to avoid confusion with RC5 signal reception blinking. Caution: • Do not change the NVM settings without understanding the function of each setting.e. Example (1): error code 4 will result in four times the sequence LED “on” for 0. the LCD backlight and Audio Amplifier are turned “off” but other circuits still work as normal. only the uP and the NVM are alive and all other circuits are switched “off”. 5. the NVM is replaced with a new (empty) one. EN 23 It is possible to download default values automatically into the NVM in case a blank NVM is placed or when the NVM first 20 address contents are "FF". Change the VAL (value) to 170 (dec).1E LA 5. Reconnect the mains supply to the wall outlet. 6. 5. the set will switch to Standby mode. the LED will be “off” for 1. To erase the error buffer.2 Example (2): the content of the error buffer is “12 9 6 0 0” After entering SDM. Do a hard reset to make sure new default values took place. The method is to repeatedly let the front LED pulse with as many pulses as the error code number. Error Codes. in real Stand-by mode.5 seconds. it can be convenient if one directly can change the NVM contents. the set will switch to Stand-by mode. This will enable you to return to the original settings. Release the “P+” or “CH+” when the set is “on” or blue LED is blinking. followed by a period of 1. 2. In “Semi Stand-by” mode. This is useful if the OSD is not working properly.3 Start-up/Shut-down Flowcharts Important note for DVB sets: • When you put a DVB set into Stand-by mode with an RC.7. the set should be into Standby. This.5. • 12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1. 5.

and Fault Finding LC7.NVM [Protection] No Last status is ON? User wake up the sets in DVB recording mode Yes Read NVM completed. 2. 1080P.Trident [Protection] Recording Mode finished Software Shutdown: 1700ms WP for NVM Yes Port Assignment in STANDBY Error 3 [Protection] Initialise Trident CX BL_ADJ = HIGH (100% Duty Cycle) DPTVInit( ) Error 10 – SDRAM 7204 [Protection] Error 14 – SDRAM 7205 [Protection] Initialise FHP Panel * For FHP PDP Sets only Error 17 – AmbiLight Initialise Bolt-ON * For iTV. . Sil9023 SDI PDP => CTRL_DISP1 = HIGH Error 5 . LC07 TV software only start communication with IBOZ once receive the INT message from IBOZ. Afric TDA9886T Error 9 Initialise Micronas Mute Audio Error 11 Initialise HDMI. STOP I²C activities. Ambi Light Error 18 – iTV iFace Enable RC Key Error 19 – 1080P STANDBYn = LOW Standby Normal Mode DVB recording mode Figure 5-7 Start-up flowchart G_16860_070. Check SDM port. .If Panel Pin = LOW and check slave address 0x65 = 0xA5. Warm Component (For software) For LCD: BL_ON_OFF = HIGH * BL_ADJ keep 100% for 3000ms before dimming. Enter Panel Mode. Service Modes.EN 24 5. Check Panel port. 100ms Wait for 100ms End M16C RST_H to LOW RST_HDMI = HIGH RST_AUD = HIGH RESET_n = HIGH No Enable Power Down INT Enable DC_PROT INT For DVB Sets only (Semistandby) Recording mode Error 7 Initialise Tuner Error 8 Initialise IF Demodulator. reload Software default NVM value.If SDM pin = LOW and NVM first 20Byte = 0xFF. Error Codes.1E LA AC ON Start Up +5VSTBY & +3V3STBY Available (1) RENEAS POR by +3VSTBY (2) STANDBYn = LOW 160ms (1) +5VSTBY to be measured at PDTC114ET (item 7322) (2) to be measured at pin 4 of BD45275G (item 7312) InitCold Component: 1.eps 220207 . Standby Normal Mode (RED LED) LED = BLUE for Normal mode LED = RED for Recording mode Port Assignment in STANDBY BLOCK RC Key Wait for RC key or Wake up event M16C RST_H = HIGH RST_HDMI = LOW RST_AUD = LOW RESET_n = LOW LCD_PWR_ON = LOW SDI PDP => CTRL_DISP1 = LOW LCD_PWR_ON = HIGH (Same function as CTRL-DISP2) SDI PDP => CTRL_DISP1 = LOW Wait for 20 ms 20ms Switch ON LVDS Signal 1000ms to 1500ms STANDBYn = HIGH (Same function as CTRL-DISP3) Init. Error 6 . For PDP: 3000ms delay Wait for 500ms 500ms Blank Picture Picture Mode Setup & Detection Error 2 [Protection] Wait for 100ms Time out = 2000ms No Is Power Down = HIGH? unBlank Picture & UnMute Audio Yes Notes: --------1.

EN 25 Start SEMISTANDBY/ STANDBY Mute Audio BL_ADJ stop dimming (PWM duty cycle 100%) BL_ON_OFF = LOW Wait 300ms 300ms Switch OFF LVDS Wait 20ms 20ms LCD_PWR_ON = LOW Software Shutdown: LED = RED No Standby using “power key” For DVB Sets only (Semistandby) Yes Wait for 3000ms Except power tact switch LED = NO LED for Standby soft mode SDI PDP => CTRL_DISP1 = HIGH Disable Power Down INT & DC_PROT_INT Off Air Downloading/ Recording Mode BL_ADJ = LOW (PWM duty cycle 0%) IBOZ send shut down command WriteProtect for NVM Port Assignment in STANDBY 40ms STANDBYn = LOW Sets go to standby here Blocking for the next start up to ensure power supply discard properly.Service Modes. and Fault Finding LC7. Error Codes.1E LA 5.eps 220207 . Total = 360ms Wait for 3000ms End Figure 5-8 Semi Stand-by/Stand-by flowchart G_16860_071.

eps 220207 .EN 26 5.1E LA Service Modes. software must perform WriteProtect for NVM within 15ms. Mute Audio & VIdeo WriteProtect for NVM STANDBYn = LOW Wait 5000 ms Re-start: Start up End DC_PROT INT Start Avoid false trigger No is DC_PROT = LOW for 3 sec? Yes End Error 1 [Protection] Mute Audio & VIdeo Log Error Code WriteProtect for NVM STANDBYn = LOW End Figure 5-9 Power Down & DC_PROT flowchart G_16860_072. and Fault Finding Power Down INT: AC OFF or Transient INT Start Avoid false trigger No Poll the Power Down INT for 5 times Yes End Notes: 1. Power Down INT will be based on fall edge triggering 2. Error Codes. +3V3STBY will stay for 15ms. LC7.

1E LA 6. Block Diagrams. Test Point Overview. Test Point Overview. and Waveforms LC7.eps 200207 . and Waveforms Wiring Diagram 32” WIRING 32” LCD (STYLING ME7) LCD DISPLAY (1004) LVDS 30P CN6 9P 8G51 12P CN3 CN7 8P 14P CN2 8P11 SUPPLY (1005) 8735 CN2 14P 8735 9P 1C01 8P 1P11 30P 1G51 7P 1M20 11P 1304 4P 1735 12P CN3 8521 8C01 8520 B SSB CONTROL E KEYBOARD (1114) INVERTER CN1 2P3 INVERTER SIDE I/O (1116) 3P 1M01 8002 D 8M01 8191 8192(UK) 8304 11P 1304 INLET 8M20 RIGHT SPEAKER 7P 1M20 LEFT SPEAKER J 3P 1M01 IR/LED/LIGHT SENSOR (1112) G_16860_034.Block Diagrams. 27 6.

Block Diagrams.1E LA 6. 28 Wiring Diagram 37”-42” WIRING 37”. and Waveforms LC7.42” LCD (STYLING ME7) LCD DISPLAY (1004) LVDS 30P 8520 8G51 8521 8C01 8P11 8P X406 9P X412 14P X404 12P X403 SUPPLY CN2 14P (1005) 12P CN3 8735 9P 1C01 INVERTER 8P 1P11 30P 1G51 7P 1M20 11P 1304 4P 1735 INVERTER CN1 2P3 CONTROL E KEYBOARD (1114) B SSB SIDE I/O (1116) 3P 1M01 8002 D 8191 8192(UK) 8M01 8304 11P 1304 INLET RIGHT SPEAKER 8M20 7P 1M20 LEFT SPEAKER J 3P 1M01 IR/LED/LIGHT SENSOR (1112) H_16940_012.eps 050307 . Test Point Overview.

2VS 5. +24V 5. 29 Block Diagram Supply SUPPLY 32” LCD DISPLAY SUPPLY 1. GND 10. GND. Test Point Overview. +24V 2. 5. GND 11. N. GND 10. +24V 6.C. +24V 5. 12V. DIM 12. +24V 4. GND AC-IN 220 .240V 50/60Hz PRIMARY SIDE SECONDARY SIDE G_16860_035. N. CN3 CN1 DISPLAY SUPPLY 1.eps 200207 . +24V 2. 12. +24V 6. 5. GND 11.Block Diagrams.C. GND 8. N. PSON 7. +24V 3. GND 7. PWM 14. GND 4. CONTROL: 1. BL-ON 13. 8. 5.2VS 6. +24V 4. 9. N. GND 9. 6.C. +24V 3. GND 5.C. GND 7. CN2 CN6 CN7 CONTROL: 1. BL-ON 4. and Waveforms LC7. PG 3.1E LA 6.C. GND 8. N.2VS 7. GND 9. -12VA 2. +12VA 3. GND 8. BL-DIM 2.

1E LA 6.R0X2 ADC 48 + ODCK 47 .eps 270207 LVDS CONNECTOR TO DISPLAY .5 to 6.5 Mhz VIF-PLL 1 B06B IO .Block Diagrams.R0X1 HDMI 44 + (MAIN) DE 43 .SCART 1 & 2 1504 3535 19 15 3537 SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS 163 SC1_R_IN 20 3545 SC1_CVBS_IN 198 SC1_FBL_IN 173 3528 16 3518 8 PR_R2 181 Y_G2 197 PB_B2 SC1_G_IN SC1_B_IN SC1_STATUS CVBS_OUT1 189 3523 3516 7 1 7503 EF 3528 11 FB1 B04A XTALI 7500 EF 1506 19 3522 21 15 3521 SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT 3529 20 2x SCART VIDEO PROCESSOR PB_B3 EXT1 3552 3550 8 SC2_STATUS 162 CVBS_OUT2 SC2_Y_CVBS_IN 190 SC2_C_IN 70 HD_Pr_IN 188 HD_Y_IN 180 HD_Pb_IN 196 XTALO 205 204 1201 14M31 PR_R3 FS2 B04A EXT2 B06A YPBPR & REAR IO 1615 3617 Pr 3618 Y 3619 Pb PR_R1 Y_G1 7204 IS42S16400D-6TL PB_B3 (0-11) D DRAM 1Mx16x4 B04A MICROPROCESSOR SIDE FACING SIDE AV 1302 FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN FRONT_C_IN VIDEO 1301 1 1304 2 4 DQ(0-31) 1304 2 FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN_T 182 FRONT_C_IN_T 192 4 Y_G3 MEMORY 7205 IS42S16400D-6TL CX_MA (0-11) DRAM 1Mx16x4 3 (16-31) 4 2 (0-15) C S VIDEO 5 1G51 B06C HDMI 1 RX2+A 3 RX2-A RX1+A 4 6 7 RX1-A RX0+A 9 10 RX0-A RXC+A 12 19 52 + 51 . Test Point Overview.R1X0 59 + 58 .R0X0 HSYNC 40 + VSYNC 39 .R1X2 67 + 66 .R0XC RXC-A 5 7 121 HDMI_VCLK 1 HDMI_DE 2 HDMI_H 3 HDMI_V 23 DP-CLK 6 DP_DE_FLD 4 DP_HS 5 DP_HS 7814 HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET B04A RX2+B 3 RX2-B RX1+B 4 6 7 9 10 RXC+B 12 RXC-B 19 2x HDMI CONNECTOR 71 + 70 . 30 Block Diagram Video VIDEO B04B VIDEO PROCESSOR B03A TUNER IF & DEMODULATOR +VTUN 7113 TDA9886T/V4 1102 IF_ATV SUPPLY 1 VIF1 VIF1 1 1 1103 4 VIF2 2 VIF2 5 SIF1 23 SIF1 4 SIF2 24 SIF2 14 TAGC 169 CVBS1 1104 4M0 I2C-BUS TRANSCEIVER VIF AGC ANALOG MUX SDA TUNER AGC CVBS_RF 15 MAD SIF AGC RF_AGC 7114 EF CVBS 17 SINGLE REFERENCE QSS MIXER INTERCARRIER MIXER AND AM-DEMODULATOR SCL 3111 SOUND TRAPS 4.R1X1 63 + 62 .R1XC RX1-B RX0+B RX0-B 51 TXAn TA1 50 TXAp 49 TB1 48 TXBn 8-BIT 45 SINGLE TC1 44 LVDS TX 1210 1211 TXBp TXCn 1212 TXCp TXAn1 2 TXAp1 4 TXBn1 TXBp1 6 8 TXCn1 12 TXCp1 14 TXCLKn1 18 TXCLKp1 20 HDMI_Cb(0-7) 1811 1 1 3 VDISP 7817 SII9025CTU 1810 1 2 11 DEMODULATOR 5 19 18 IF_OUT3 4120 1 2 MAIN TUNER 7202 SVP CX32-LF 9 19 18 1101 TD1318S/A +5VS HDMI_Y(0-7) HDMI_Cr(0-7) DIN_PORTD (24BIT) 43 TCLK1 42 TXCLKn 41 TD1 40 TXDn 1213 TXCLKp TXDp 1214 TXDn1 24 TXDp1 26 BOLT_ON_SCL BOLT_ON_SDA 27 29 7860 HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET B04A H_16940_001. and Waveforms LC7.

SCART 1 & 2 24 HP_AUDIO_OUT_L HP_LOUT 1304 6 23 HP_AUDIO_OUT_R HP_ROUT 8 B04A MUTING SC4-IN-R B04A B04A B04A POWER_DOWN STANDBY MUTEn 1304 HEAD_PH_L 6 8 HEAD_PH_R 1303 2 3 5 HEADPHONE SC1_AUDIO _MUTE_R ANTI_PLOP SC4-IN-L B06A YPBPR &REAR IO SC1_AUDIO _MUTE_L SC2_AUDIO _MUTE_R SC2_AUDIO _MUTE_L B06B CONTROL 1615 AUDIO L/R IN COMP_AUDIO_IN_L COMP_AUDIO_IN_L 50 COMP_AUDIO_IN_R COMP_AUDIO_IN_R 51 14 HDMI_AUDIO_IN_L 57 16 HDMI_AUDIO_IN_R 58 SC3-IN-L SC3-IN-R B06C HDMI 7810 UDA1334ATS/N2 7817 SII9025CTU 1 2 + RXxxA + 1 2 19 18 + RXxxB 19 18 B04A 7411 MSP4450P-VK-E8 000 Y 9 1102 MAIN TUNER +5VS 7113 TDA9886T/V4 SCL 1101 TD1318S/A B07 AUDIO B04C AUDIO PROCESSOR 2x HDMI CONNECTOR + - AUDIO DAC RX2 HDMI RX1 SCK WS RX0 SD0 RXC MUTE 86 HDMI_I2S_SCK 1 85 HDNI_I2S_WS 2 84 HDMI_I2S_SD 3 77 8 BCK VOUTL WS DATAI VOUTR SC5-IN-L SC5-IN-R MUTE H_16940_002.eps 270207 . and Waveforms LC7.Block Diagrams.5 Mhz VIF-PLL 1104 4M0 SDA IF_OUT3 1 5 67 ANA-IN1+ DA1 CL WS DACM-L DACM-R AUDIO-LS_L 26 AUDIO-LS_R 3A11 B04A XTALIN STANDBYn 3A19 ENGAGE 3A26 9 1 1735 1 27 5A03 2 CLASS D POWER AMPLIFIER 6 LEFT SPEAKER 3 22 5A04 4 RIGHT SPEAKER 5 12 SC1_AUDIO _MUTE_R 1504 1 SC1_AUDIO_IN_R 3 1 SC1_AUDIO _OUT_L SC1_AUDIO_IN_L 6 SC1_AUDIO _MUTE_L EXT1 SC2_AUDIO _MUTE_R 1506 53 34 SC1_AUDIO _OUT_L SC2_AUDIO_IN_L SC2_AUDIO _MUTE_L EXT2 1302 AUDIO L/R IN L_FRONT_IN 1304 6 R_FRONT_IN 8 1304 6 8 7A05÷7A07 +5V_D DC_PROT B04A 39 +8V 38 +5V_AUD DC-DETECTION 40 52 SC2-OUT-L SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R_CON 7901 SC2-IN-L DACA-L DACA-R 48 49 D SIDE FACING SIDE AV SC2-IN-R B06D SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L_CON B04A MICRO PROCESSOR SC2-OUT-R B04A MICROPROCESSOR SIDE FACING SIDE AV 13 B06D HEADPHONE AMP & MUTING 33 6 SUPPLY B06D SC2_AUDIO_IN_R 2 3 68 XTALOUT 1411 18M432 36 SC1-OUT-R 53 SC1-IN-R 37 SC1-OUT-L 54 SC1-IN-L B06D SC2_AUDIO _OUT_R 1 21 B06D SC1_AUDIO _OUT_R 2 2x SCART D 27 3A03 SOUND PROCESSOR B06B I0 .5 to 6. 31 Block Diagram Audio AUDIO B03A TUNER IF & DEMODULATOR +VTUN DEMODULATOR 5 VIF1 1 VIF1 4 VIF2 2 VIF2 5 SIF1 23 SIF1 SUPPLY 1 11 IF-ATV 1103 6103 1 4 SINGLE REFERENCE QSS MIXER INTERCARRIER MIXER AND AM-DEMODULATOR 24 SIF2 SIF2 RF_AGC 14 TAGC 7109 SAW_SW 50 7 15 4 I2C-BUS TRANSCEIVER TUNER AGC VIF AGC 12 7A01 TDA8932T/N1 SIOMAD 12 SIF MAD SIF AGC 3111 CVBS SOUND TRAPS 4. Test Point Overview.1E LA 6.

1 1 LIGHT_DENSOR 3361 3366 J 4301 SDM 2 H_16940_003. Test Point Overview.Block Diagrams.3 102 ITV_CONNECTOR A 61 CS 45 62 WR 44 63 84 86 RD ALE_EMU RST_H 42 38 4 INT 56 RST 74 ANTI_PLOP 75 BL_ON_OFF 72 POWER_DOWN B06B KEYBOARD CONTROL B06B B07 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 CHANNEL + CHANNEL MENU VOLUME VOLUME + ON / OFF B06C B02 B6D 18 36 78 MUTEn 89 HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET 88 RST_AUD 3 STANDBYn 7322 E B06D SC1_STATUS 91 SC2_STATUS 90 DC_PROT 71 HDMI_INT 104 1M01 B06D B06C B04C B04B B07 STANDBY 4 B02 B06D RST_H B04B 7315 M24C64-WMN6P 100 E_PAGE EEPROM 7 2 KEYBOARD 8Kx8 IR/LED/LIGHT-SENSOR 1M01 2 1M20 6010 +5V2-STBY 3012 6011 LED1 3013 LED2 RED 7 KEYB 93 6 6 LED1 95 7011 LED1 BLEU +5V2-STBY 1M20 7 7012 LED2 4 4 LED2 87 RC 3 3 REMOTE 18 99 LCD_PWR_ON 19 DCC_RESET 23 SAW_SW 21 DVB_SW B04B B06C B03A B03A +3V3_STBY 7010 3010 +5V2_STBY IR SENSOR 25 N. 32 Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals CONTROL & CLOCK SIGNALS B04B VIDEO PROCESSOR 7202 SVP CX32-LF 7204 IS42S16400D-6TL 1G51 DRAM 1Mx16x4 43 TXCLKn TXCLKn1 18 42 TXCLKP TXCLKP1 20 DQ(0-31) 37 TO DISPLAY (LVDS) 38 7205 IS42S16400D-6TL VIDEO PROCESSOR CX_MA(0-11) DRAM 1Mx16x4 37 CX_CLKE 112 38 CX_MCLK 111 B04A MICROPROCESSOR AD(0-7) 7311 M30300SAGP A(0-7) B06C HDMI 7310 M29W800DT 7817 SII9025CTU 121 HDMI_CCLK 23 EPROM 1 2 + - 1 2 + - HDMI_Cb(0-7) R1 26 CE 12 CPU_RST 13 48 11 28 19 18 RXxxB A(0-19) R0 19 18 RXxxA AD(0-7) 1Mx8 512Kx16 7312 BD45275G HDMI_Cr(0-7) 5 1301 10M 11 10 +3V3_STBY HDMI_Y(0-7) 2x HDMI CONNECTOR MICRO PROCESSOR VOUT 4 1312 9 ITV_SPI_CLK 6 8 ITV_SPI_DATA_IN 5 (3V3) 2.C.1E LA 6. and Waveforms LC7.eps 270207 .

eps 240107 B3 B3 A3 A5 A3 A3 A4 A4 A3 A4 A4 B4 A4 A4 A4 D3 B5 I342 I344 I345 I347 I349 I351 I352 I353 I354 I357 I359 I362 I363 I364 I365 I366 I367 I368 I369 I370 I373 I374 I376 I380 I382 I383 I384 I387 I388 I389 I390 I391 I392 I393 I394 I395 I396 I397 I398 I399 I412 I413 I414 I415 I416 I417 I418 I419 I420 I421 I422 I423 I424 I425 I426 I427 I428 I429 I430 I431 I432 I510 I512 I517 I520 I528 I530 I533 I540 I541 I543 I544 I545 I548 I549 I550 I551 I552 I553 I554 I556 I557 I610 I611 I615 I623 I627 I631 I632 I633 I635 I636 I801 I802 I803 I804 I805 I806 I813 I814 I820 I821 I822 I823 I828 B4 B4 C8 B4 B4 B5 A4 A4 B5 A5 B5 A4 B4 A4 B4 B4 B4 B4 B4 B4 A3 A3 A3 A4 B4 B4 B4 B5 F7 A5 A5 B5 B5 A4 A4 A4 B5 A5 B4 D3 C3 C3 B3 B3 B3 B3 B3 B3 C3 C3 C3 C3 C3 C3 B3 D4 D4 D4 D3 D4 D3 E2 E2 E1 D1 C2 C2 C1 E2 E2 C2 C1 D2 C3 C3 C3 C2 C2 D3 C3 C2 C2 E2 E2 E5 E2 E2 E5 F5 F5 F5 E5 E3 E2 E2 E2 E3 E2 E3 E4 E4 E4 E4 E4 F3 I831 I833 I840 I841 I842 I843 I844 I845 I846 I847 I848 I850 I851 I852 I853 I854 I855 I856 I857 I858 I861 I862 I863 I864 I865 I866 I901 I902 I903 I904 I905 I911 I912 I913 I914 I915 I916 I917 I918 I919 I920 I921 I922 I923 I924 IA01 IA02 IA03 IA04 IA05 IA06 IA07 IA09 IA10 IA11 IA12 IA13 IA14 IA15 IA16 IA17 IA18 IA19 IA20 IA21 IA22 IA23 IA24 IA25 IA26 IA27 IA29 IA30 IA31 IA33 IA34 IA35 IA36 IA37 IA38 IA39 IA40 IA41 IB10 IB11 IB12 IB13 IB14 IB15 IB17 IB18 IB19 IB20 IF10 IF11 IF12 IF13 IF14 IF15 IF16 IF17 IF18 IF19 IF20 IF21 F4 F3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E4 E4 E3 E3 E3 F3 E3 F4 E4 E4 F3 E3 E3 E4 F3 E3 F2 E3 E3 E3 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B1 E1 C1 B1 C1 B1 B1 C1 E2 E1 E2 E1 C1 B2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A3 A3 A2 B2 B3 B3 B3 B2 A2 A2 B2 A1 A2 B2 B2 A2 B2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A3 A2 A2 A2 A1 B2 B2 A2 A3 A8 B8 A8 A8 B6 B6 A8 A6 A8 B8 F7 C9 F7 F8 E7 E7 E8 E7 E8 F8 F9 F8 IF22 IF23 IF24 IF25 IF26 IF27 IF28 IF29 IF30 IF31 IF32 IG13 IG14 IG15 IG16 IG17 IG18 IG19 IG20 IG21 IH04 IH06 IH07 IJ01 IJ02 IJ11 IJ63 IJ64 IJ65 IJ66 IJ67 IJ68 IK68 IK69 IK70 IK72 IK73 IK75 IK76 IK84 IK85 IL20 IL21 IL22 IL23 F8 F9 F8 F8 F8 F9 F8 F8 F8 E8 E7 C9 C9 C10 C10 C10 B10 C10 B10 B10 C10 D10 D9 D8 D8 B9 C9 C9 C9 C9 F9 F9 E9 F9 F9 E9 E9 C9 F9 F8 F9 A2 A3 A2 A2 .1 F304 F305 F309 F310 F311 F312 F313 F314 F315 F316 F317 F318 F319 F320 F321 F322 F323 A3 B4 B4 A4 B4 A3 B4 A3 B3 A3 B4 A3 B3 A3 B3 A3 A3 F324 F325 F326 F327 F328 F329 F330 F331 F332 F333 F334 F335 F336 F337 F338 F339 F340 B4 A3 B3 A3 B3 B3 A5 B3 B3 B3 B3 B3 A3 A3 B4 B4 B3 F341 F342 F343 F344 F345 F346 F347 F348 F349 F350 F351 F352 F353 F354 F356 F357 F360 B3 F7 F7 F6 C7 B5 B5 B5 B5 B5 A3 A4 B5 B5 A5 A3 A3 F361 F362 F363 F364 F365 F366 F367 F368 F369 F370 F379 F380 F381 F382 F383 F384 F385 B4 A4 B5 B5 B5 B3 A4 A3 B4 F7 A4 A4 B4 A3 A3 A3 A4 F386 F387 F401 F402 F403 F510 F511 F512 F513 F514 F515 F516 F517 F518 F519 F520 F521 A5 A3 B3 C3 C4 E2 E3 E1 E2 E1 E3 D2 D2 D1 E2 D2 D2 F522 F523 F524 F525 F526 F527 F528 F529 F530 F531 F532 F534 F535 F536 F537 F538 F539 D2 D2 D2 C3 C3 C2 C2 C1 C2 D3 D2 E3 E3 E2 E2 D3 D2 F540 F541 F542 F543 F544 F601 F602 F603 F604 F605 F606 F607 F608 F609 F610 F611 F612 D3 D3 D2 E1 D1 F5 F5 E5 F5 F1 F2 F2 F2 F2 F6 F5 F1 F613 F614 F615 F616 F801 F802 F805 F806 F832 F840 F841 F842 F843 F850 F851 F861 F869 E1 F2 F5 F3 E3 E3 D3 E3 F4 F4 F4 F4 F4 F4 E4 F3 F3 F870 F871 F872 F873 F874 F875 F876 F877 F901 F902 F903 F904 F905 F908 F910 FA01 FA02 F3 F4 F4 F3 F4 E3 D3 E4 B2 B2 B1 C2 B1 B2 B2 A3 A2 FA04 FA05 FA06 FA07 FA08 FA09 FA10 FA11 FA12 FA32 FB10 FB11 FB13 FB14 FB15 FB16 FB17 A2 A3 A3 A1 A1 B3 A1 A1 A3 A2 B8 C4 C6 E6 A8 C8 D6 FB19 FB20 FB21 FB22 FB23 FB24 FB25 FB26 FB27 FB28 FB29 FB30 FB31 FB32 FB33 FB34 FC25 D7 C8 A8 A8 A8 A8 A8 A8 B6 A9 A7 A8 A7 A6 A6 A6 A7 FC26 FC27 FC28 FC29 FF10 FF11 FF12 FF13 FF14 FF16 FF17 FF18 FF19 FF20 FF21 FF22 FF23 A6 A6 A6 A6 C8 E8 F8 F7 F8 E7 E8 E7 E8 E7 F7 E8 E7 FF24 FF25 FF26 FF27 FF28 FF29 FF30 FG10 FG11 FG12 FG13 FG14 FG15 FG16 FG17 FG18 FG19 C10 F8 E7 F8 E7 E7 E7 B10 B10 B10 D10 C10 B10 B10 C10 B10 C10 FG20 FG21 FG24 FG25 FG26 FG27 FG28 FG29 FG30 FG31 FG32 FG33 FG34 FG35 FG36 FG37 FG39 C10 C10 C9 C9 C10 C9 C9 C8 B9 B10 C10 B10 C10 C10 C10 B9 C9 FG40 FG41 FG42 FH00 FH01 FH02 FH03 FH04 FH05 FH06 FH07 FH08 FJ01 FJ02 FJ22 FJ23 FJ24 C9 C9 C10 B9 D9 B10 B10 B10 D10 D9 C8 D10 D9 F9 C9 C9 F9 FJ25 FJ26 FJ27 FK01 FK02 FK05 FK06 FK10 FK11 FK12 FK13 FK14 FK15 FK16 FK17 FK18 FK19 F9 C8 C9 F9 F10 D8 E9 E9 E9 D9 E9 E9 E9 D9 E9 E9 E9 FK20 FK21 FK22 FK23 FK24 FK25 FK26 FK27 FK28 FK29 FK30 FK31 FK32 FK33 FK34 FK35 FK36 D9 E9 E9 E9 D9 E9 E9 E9 D9 E9 E9 E9 E9 E9 D9 E9 E9 FK37 FK38 FK39 FK40 FK41 FK42 FK43 FK44 FK45 FK46 FK47 FK48 FK49 FK50 FK51 FK52 FK53 E9 D9 E9 E9 E8 D9 E9 E8 E8 D8 E8 E8 E8 D8 E8 E8 E8 FK54 FK55 FK56 FK57 FK58 FK59 FK60 FK61 FK62 FK63 FK67 FK68 FK69 FK70 FK71 FK72 FK73 D8 E8 E8 E8 D8 E8 E8 E8 E10 E8 E10 E10 E10 D10 E10 E10 E9 FK74 FK75 FK80 FK81 FK82 FK83 FK84 FL20 FL21 FL22 FL23 FL24 FL25 FL26 I110 I111 I112 D9 E9 D10 F10 F9 D9 F9 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 E5 E7 E5 I114 I118 I120 I121 I122 I123 I124 I125 I126 I127 I128 I129 I130 I131 I133 I135 I136 E5 E5 E5 E7 F6 E6 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D4 I137 I138 I139 I141 I142 I143 I144 I145 I146 I147 I210 I211 I213 I214 I215 I216 I217 E6 D5 D5 D6 D5 D5 D5 E6 D6 E6 B5 A5 D6 C4 A5 A5 D5 I218 I220 I224 I225 I230 I231 I232 I233 I236 I238 I239 I240 I241 I242 I243 I244 I245 D5 A5 A5 A5 C4 B5 C4 C4 A3 C4 C5 C4 B5 D5 D4 C4 D5 I246 I247 I248 I249 I250 I251 I252 I253 I254 I255 I256 I257 I258 I259 I260 I261 I262 C4 C4 D4 C4 D5 C4 D4 D4 C4 B4 B4 D4 D4 C4 D4 C4 C4 I263 I264 I265 I266 I267 I268 I269 I270 I271 I311 I312 I313 I314 I315 I317 I318 I320 C4 D5 D3 D3 D3 D4 D4 D4 D4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A5 A4 I321 I322 I323 I326 I328 I329 I330 I331 I332 I333 I334 I335 I336 I337 I338 I339 I341 G_16860_018. 33 Test Point Overview SSB (Bottom Side) A110 A115 A116 A124 A125 F111 F112 F114 F115 F116 F117 F118 F119 F120 F121 F122 F123 E5 E5 E5 E5 E5 E5 E7 E7 F6 F6 F6 E6 E6 E6 E6 E6 D6 F126 F127 F128 F129 F130 F131 F132 F133 F134 F140 F210 F211 F212 F213 F214 F215 F217 E7 E7 D5 D5 D5 E6 E7 E6 F7 D5 A5 C4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 F218 F219 F220 F221 F222 F223 F224 F225 F226 F227 F228 F229 F230 F231 F232 F302 F303 A4 A5 A5 A5 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 C4 B4 B3 C4 3139 123 6261. Test Point Overview.1E LA 6. and Waveforms LC7.Block Diagrams.

and Waveforms LC7.1E LA 6. Test Point Overview.eps 270207 .Block Diagrams. 34 I2C IC’s Overview I²C MICROPROCESSOR B06C AD(0-7) EPROM A(0-19) 1Mx8 512Kx16 1 2 7315 M24C64 3343 EEPROM (NVM) 3345 1314 1 3 2 ERR 06 COMPAIR SERVICE CONNECTOR 29 3L09 TXD1 RXD1 1810 16 DOC_SDAA 15 DOC_SCLA 1811 16 DOC_SDAB 15 DOC_SCLB 2x HDMI CONNECTOR 3L06 3L07 +3V3_STBY 3L08 30 5 6 5 6 7850 M24C02 7811 M24C02 EEPROM EEPROM 7851-7852 31 32 7812-7813 27 B03A VIDEOPROCESSOR 28 7817 SII9025CTU 3 2 7411 MSP4450P HDMI CONTROL SOUND PROCESSOR ERR 11 ERR 09 29 30 DRAM 1Mx16x4 ERR 10 7205 IS42S16400D DRAM 1Mx16x4 TUNER IF & DEMODULATOR 58 57 10 11 3121 3120 3128 3129 3212 7204 IS42S16400D 3215 3410 3411 3896 +3V3_SW 3897 +5V_SW 6 19 18 MICRO PROCESSOR B04B IIC_SCL 1 2 7310 M29W800DT 5 AUDIO PROCESSOR IIC_SDA 7320 PROT 04 7311 M30300SAGP 3305 IIC_SCL_up 7321 3388 27 3377 IIC_SDA_up 3378 3379 3382 19 18 SCL2 28 3355 SDA2 B04C HDMI +3V3_SW +3V3_STBY 3357 5 4 7202 SVP CX32-LF 7113 TDA9886T/V4 1101 TD1316AF/IHP VIDEO PROCESSOR DEMODULATOR TUNER ERR 05 ERR 08 ERR 07 ERR 14 1311 1 3 2 UART CONNECTOR (FOR DEVELOPMENT ONLY) (NOT STUFFED) B04B VIDEO PROCESSOR RXD0 TXD0 33 3354 BOLT_ON_SDA 34 3356 BOLT_ON_SCL 3352 +3V3_STBY 3351 B04A 1G51 3247 27 3246 29 (LVDS CONNECTOR) H_16940_004.

B03f B04c.F5 F3.SCART 1 & 2 +5V_SW 5712 +1V8_CORE 5713 +1V8_ADC +3V3_LVDSVCC (ONLY FOR 1080P) B06B +3V3_PLL 5724 F2.Block Diagrams.e. 14 F1 +5V_SW 3402 +3V3_NOR48 +5V_SW +1V8S_SW +12V 7701-1 +AUDIO_POWER_+12V_DISP 7410 +8V B03F VSS 5A07 (ONLY FOR 1080P) IN OUT COM B03f 5A06 AUDIO PROCESSOR 4401 +3V3clean B03E VSSA TO SUPPLY +3V3_VDDP B02 B03f 1710 1 -AUDIO_POWER 3A02 ONLY FOR LCD B02 TO 1710 F7 2 1080P 1G51 F3 1080P 7208 DVB-MOJO +3V3 DC POWER SUPPLY 7710 PCMCIA_VPP 7210 B03f -AUDIO_POWER PCMCIA_AVCC 7 +1V2_MOJO F7 +AUDIO_POWER_+12V_DISP RES B02 B03D 4A01 B02 5K02 +3V3_SW F7 (ONLY FOR 1080P) IN OUT COM 5K01 F7 +3V3_SW +5V_SW B03b.b.d IJ01 B02 +5V_SW +3V3_LVDSVCC IN OUT COM F3.c. and Waveforms LC7.F6 F5 F5 (ONLY FOR 1080P) 1G51 40 F4 F3 +1V8_DVI +3V3_LVDSD +VDISP F4 1M20 B04A SSB IO .b.F6 F5 F5 +2V5 5715 +2V5_DDR_MAL 7714 +1V8 +3V3_LVDSA +3V3_LVDSA +3V3_LVDSD +3V3_LVDSVCC 5714 F5.B04a.F5 F5 F5 F1.f. B06c 7B06 5B01 CX_PAVDD1 +3V3FE +5V_SW +1V8_ADC +3V3_IO +3V3 5F10 +1V8_ADC F7 HDMI CONNECTOR-1 +1V8S_SW 3244 +3V3 +1V8_DVI F7 HDMI +5V_SW +1V8S_SW STANDBY 7B04 1M20 J IR/LED B06C B02 +1V8S_SW DVB-DEMODULATOR +1V8S_SW +5V_SW 5304 VIDEO PROCESSOR B04a 7B05 1M20 5 B02 B02 +3V3_STBY B04A 3L10 B02 RES +1V8_DVI F7 ONLY FOR ANALOG TV +12V_DISP +1V8_CORE F7 +5V_SW B02 +VTUN B02 SUPPLY IN +1V8_CORE +5V_SW +3V3_SW B02 CN7 X412 F5 IO .F5 F3 LVDS IN B03d +3V3 5723 7713 +5V_AUD DVB-MOJO ANALOF BACK END 5JO1 +3V3_IO 5717 IN OUT COM F7 B02 +3V3_IO F3 F7 B06A FLASH & NVM (ONLY FOR 1080P) B02 +3V3_MOJO +3V3 7701-2 F6 5401 +5V_SW CONTROL 11 STEP DOWN REG.B04b +AUDIO_POWER 3A01 5219 +2V5_DDR_MAL +2V5_DDR_MAL +AUDIO_POWER 7K05 5B02 +1V8S_SW F7 AUDIO B02 PCMCIA_5V X405 1 1811 HDMI 18 CONNECTOR-2 +3V3_BUF +5V_SW STEP DOWN REG.F2.1E LA 6. 35 Supply Lines Overview SUPPLY LINES OVERVIEW B02 CN6 X406 7 8 B03A DC-DC 1P11 7 B04A +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW B02 +5V_STANDBY 3133 5114 +5VS 3134 5115 +5V_IF B06B 1 1CO1 1 -AUDIO_POWER 2 2 +AUDIO_POWER +VTUN B07 4 +5V_STANDBY 4 4C57÷4C60 5 5 6 6 7B02 7 7 IN OUT COM 8 8 9 9 +5V_SW B07 B04a.c MICROPROCESSOR +3V3_STBY B02 B02 +12V_DISP 8 TUNER IF & DEMODULATOR +VDISP LVDS OUT +VDISP 1G52 41 J 1M20 5 IR/LED/LIGHT-SENSOR +5V_STANDBY +5V_STANDBY TO DISPLAY (ONLY FOR 1080P) G_16860_040.eps 090307 .c. F5.SCART 1 & 2 +3V3_STBY +3V3_SW B02 B04b. +5VHDMI_A +3V3_CORE 5K05 B02 3B13 +3V3_SW F7 F7 +3V3_SW +VTUN (34V) 7B03 1 +5V_SW 1810 18 B06D CX_AVDD_ADC2 +3V3_SW B02 5K04 6B03 +3V3_ADC F7 +3V3_STV B03d 5B06 +3V3_ADC +3V3_SW F7 +1V8_CORE +3V3 7B08 IN OUT COM +3V3_IO B02 B03f B03f 7B01 +3V3_SW B02 +3V3_MOJO 3 +3V3_SW +5V_SW B02 B03a.c.b. B06a. Test Point Overview.d ONLY FOR LCD +3V3_SW IN OUT COM SUPPLY IN OUT COM 3248 CX_PAVDD2 5224 CX_PDVDD 5226 CX_PAVDD 5220 CX_AVDD_ADC1 5222 B03C DVB-COMMON INTERFACE +3V3 5K03 +1V2_MOJO B03a 5B03 +3V3_PLL +3V3_PLL +5VHDMI_B F7 +3V3_LVDSA +3V3_LVDSA +3V3_LVDSD +3V3_LVDSD +3V3_LBADC +3V3_LBADC F7 F7 HEADPHONE AMP & MUTING +3V3_STBY +3V3_DVI +3V3_DVI (ONLY FOR 1080P) +3V3_STBY +5V_SW 5225 CX_AVDD_ADC3 5227 CX_AVDD_ADC4 B07 F6 +5V_SW LVDS IN +1V8_CORE VDDA CX_AVDD3_OUTBUF 5A05 VDD 5218 CX_AVDD3_ADC1 5A07 5221 CX_AVDD3_ADC2 CX_AVDD3_BG_ASS 5223 +12V_DISP +12V_DISP 5215 VDISP 1G51 1 5217 LCD_PWR_ON CONTROL +1V2_MOJO B04A F7 +3V3 B04C 5G04 +12V_DISP +12V_DISP +3V3clean DVB-MOJO MEMORY +5V_SW B02 +3V3 +3V3 5H02 OCM ON CHIP MICROCONTROLLER +3V3_SW F2 F7 F7 5A07 5716 7 +3V3_SW 5402 +5V_D YPBPR & REAR IO F7 +5V_SW +5V_SW 1G51 B04B SSB +3V3_MOJO B02 +3V3clean 7J04 +3V3_IO +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_LVDSA 5718 +3V3_LVDSD 5719 +3V3_LBADC 5720 +3V3_ADC 5721 +3V3_SW 5722 +3V3_DVI B03b.B06d +5V_STANDBY +5V_STANDBY +12V_DISP B04B B03B B02 B03a.

LCD 2B18 1 100n 2B17 1B11 G_16860_001.eps 250107 3139 123 6261.1 1 2 3 4 C D +3V3_STBY COM ITV Connector +VTUN FB13 2 EU-LCD OUT EU-PDP IN 10u 16V 3 +5V_STANDBY 34V 1K0 3B15 7B02 LD1117DT33C STANDBY 6B03 IB15 IB14 7B03 2N7002 E 100u 16V SS24 3B19 10K 3B14 1K0 1% 1n0 2C58 RES B8B-PH-K-S FB14 68u FB34 GNDDC 100u 1V6 0V(5V) 5B06 FB32 FB33 RES 5B04 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3B13 IB18 FC27 FC29 B 470R 220R RES 4C01 3B11 1P11 2V9 2V8 FC26 BACKLIGHT_BOOST STANDBY FC28 +5V_STANDBY +12V_DISP 2B11 3B12 TO / FROM PSU BL_ADJUST POWER_DOWN BL_ON_OFF IB20 470u 16V 7 IB19 LCD 4C55 / 4C56 / 4C61 / 4C62 PDP 4C57 / 4C58 / 4C59 / 4C60 10u 2B13 GND GND_HS 9 B9B-PH-K IB12 4 FB11 +1V8S_SW 33u RES 3B10 COMP 5 5B02 5B03 RES 2B16 SYNC IB13 6B01 FB IB11 1 22n OUT INH 2B15 2 Φ VREF RES 4B01 IB10 33u 220p 3 8 VCC 6 7B01 L5973D 2B14 FB31 10u 22u 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 RES 5B05 2B12 100n 2C59 GNDSND FB22 FB24 FB26 FB28 FB29 FB30 FC25 TO / FROM PSU 2C56 2C60 10n FB21 FB23 FB25 FB27 A FB10 4K7 * ** ** ** * * -12V2 +12V2 RES 4C57 4C58 4C59 4C60 GNDSND GNDSND 5V2 4C55 4C56 4C61 4C62 RES 1n0 10n RES 2C55 +5V_SW 22u 22u 1n0 +5V_STANDBY 5B10 5B11 5B01 +5V_SW 1C01 2C57 -AUDIO_POWER +AUDIO_POWER D 9 B02 A C 7 DC . 0R05 COL 4C59 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 0R05 COL 4C61 RST SM 0603 JUMP. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts SSB: DC/DC 1 2 4 5 6 8 1n0 2C61 4u7 35V 2B22 4 6K8 2B23 ELCAP SM 16V 10U PM20 COL R 2B26 ELCAP SM 16V 10U PM20 COL R 3B17 RST SM 0603 6K8 PM5 COL 3B18 RST SM 0603 6K8 PM5 COL 4C55 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 0R05 COL 4C57 RST SM 0603 JUMP.DC B02 B 3 5 6 7 8 9 1B11 D2 1C01 A3 1P11 C3 2B10 B8 2B11 B9 2B12 B4 2B13 B8 2B14 B6 2B15 B6 2B16 B7 2B17 D1 2B18 D3 2B19 C8 2B20 D7 2B21 E7 2B22 F2 2B23 E7 2B24 F3 2B25 F3 2B26 F7 2C55 A2 2C56 A2 2C57 B2 2C58 C2 2C59 B2 2C60 A2 2C61 A2 3B10 B7 3B11 C6 3B12 B7 3B13 C6 3B14 C7 3B15 D6 3B17 F2 3B18 F2 3B19 C7 4B01 A8 4C01 C2 4C55 B1 4C56 B1 4C57 B1 4C58 B1 4C59 B1 4C60 B1 4C61 B1 4C62 B1 5B01 A4 5B02 A8 5B03 A8 5B04 C7 5B05 A8 5B06 C7 5B10 A1 5B11 A1 6B01 B7 6B02 C9 6B03 C8 7B01 A5 7B02 D3 7B03 D7 7B04 D6 7B05 F3 7B06 E6 7B08 F6 FB10 A5 FB11 A9 FB13 D4 FB14 C9 FB15 E2 FB16 D6 FB17 D7 FB19 E7 FB20 F7 FB21 A3 FB22 A3 FB23 A3 FB24 A3 FB25 A3 FB26 A3 FB27 A3 FB28 A3 FB29 B3 FB30 B3 FB31 B3 FB32 C2 FB33 C2 FB34 C2 FC25 B3 FC26 C1 FC27 C1 FC28 C1 FC29 C1 IB10 A8 IB11 A7 IB12 B6 IB13 B7 IB14 C6 IB15 C7 IB17 F2 IB18 C2 IB19 B6 IB20 B8 .Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7. 36 7. 0R05 COL 7B05 (VISH)R IC SM LD1117DT33C (ST00) R IC SM LD1117DT (ST00) R 10n 2B10 6B02 BZX384-C33 22u 35V 2B19 BAV99 100p 2B20 10u 16V 7B06 LD1117DT33C 3 +5V_SW IN OUT E FB19 2 +3V3_MOJO COM 7B08 LD1117DT 3 +5V_SW IN OUT FB20 2 +1V2_MOJO COM F 100n +5V_SW 2B25 47u 16V 2B24 (---V) MEASURED IN STANDBY 7B06 7B08 2B21 Description ELCAP SM 35V 4U7 PM20 COL R 1 2 3 IB17 5 6 7 8 F 0V(5V) 3B18 6K8 3B17 FB15 +3V3_SW COM 10u 16V +5V_STANDBY FB17 2 10u 16V ONLY FOR LCD OUT 2B23 B3B-PH-SM4-TBT(LF) IN 2B26 2B22 3 1 Item 5 FB16 +5V_SW 1 4 7B04 LD1085D2T33 1 1 2 3 GNDTUN EU iTV . 0R05 COL 4C56 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 0R05 COL 4C60 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 0R05 COL 7B05 SI4423DY 4C62 RST SM 0603 JUMP.1E LA 7. 0R05 COL 4C58 RST SM 0603 JUMP.

1 1 10n MDX RES 3122 18K I 3115 39K VSS VEE 3118 2K2 F I111 BAS316 2149 2u2 VDD 5112 220R F133 5113 OFWK9656M 38M9 2112 10u 2113 ONLY FOR ANALOG TV GND +5V_IF A 3110 8K2 4V9 2 DC_PWR RF_AGC CS SCL SDA XTAL_OUT +5V IF_OUT1 IF_AGC IF_OUT2 IF_OUT3 ** B03A 7 1103 1 I145 3 8 1SS356 2K2 6103 3117 3113/4110 & 2110/4111 at same position RF_AGC 5K6 47R F126 F127 3 2 1 10n OUT 13 +5V_IF 12 F120 F121 F122 F123 RES I114 2117 40.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.4MHz Trap F134 4117 4118 4119 OFWK3953M 38M9 4116 5117 3116 6K8 7 C GND +5V_IF 8 15 VIF1 VIF2 A116 F117 F118 F119 2114 3p3 4 5111 390n 6 5110 3 A115 5 4 O1 O2 13 IN MT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 68p TUNER TD1316AF/IHP-2 1u0 F116 F115 220p 14 4114 4115 2110 47R I IGND 1u0 RES 2116 3113 2111 I112 F132 7133 L78M05CDT 1 MT 1102 5 IF_ATV 4112 F111 * 4111 1 B * F112 I110 4110 1u0 RES 2115 * TUNER 1101 2146 A110 12 3137 16 47R 220R SAW FILTERS I147 3136 100n I146 2148 A G 11 3111 5118 +12V_DISP +12V_DISP SAW_SW 9 TUNER IF & DEMODULATOR B03A D 8 G_16860_002.eps 240107 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1101 A6 1102 B4 1103 C4 1104 E4 2110 B2 2111 B2 2112 B11 2113 B10 2114 B2 2115 B6 2116 B6 2117 C3 2118 C10 2119 C8 2120 C9 2121 E7 2122 D7 2123 F3 2124 F2 2125 F3 2126 F3 2127 F5 2128 F7 2129 H11 2130 H11 2131 I11 2132 I11 2133 G6 2134 H7 2135 H8 2136 H6 2137 H5 2138 H2 2139 H5 2140 I3 2141 I3 2142 C9 2143 F5 2144 I3 2145 I3 2146 B6 2147 A8 2148 A9 2149 B11 2151 C9 3110 A12 3111 A11 3113 B2 3115 B12 3116 B3 3117 C3 3118 D2 3119 D1 3120 D8 3121 E8 3122 D2 3123 E3 3124 E2 3125 G7 3126 H7 3127 H6 3128 I4 3129 I3 3130 B8 3131 D10 3132 E10 3133 H10 3134 H10 3135 F7 3136 A8 3137 A9 4110 B2 4111 B2 4112 B6 4113 B8 4114 C7 4115 C7 4116 C7 4117 C7 4118 C7 4119 C7 4120 D8 4121 D10 4122 E10 4123 D7 4124 G8 4125 B11 5110 B2 5111 B1 5112 B9 5113 C5 5114 H11 5115 H11 5116 G8 5117 B5 5118 A8 5120 D8 5121 E8 6103 C3 6110 A11 7109 D2 7111 B10 7113 F2 7114 G7 7131 D11 7132 E11 7133 A8 A110 B1 A115 B5 A116 B5 A124 C5 A125 C5 F111 B3 F112 B6 F114 H10 F115 B7 F116 B7 F117 B7 F118 B7 F119 B7 F120 B7 F121 B7 F122 B7 F123 B7 F126 C7 F127 C7 F128 F2 F129 H11 F130 G6 F131 H11 F132 B6 F133 B9 F134 A8 F140 G8 I110 B2 I111 A12 I112 B3 I114 C4 I118 C4 I120 D2 I121 D10 I122 D7 I123 E10 I124 E3 I125 F4 I126 F3 I127 F3 I128 G6 I129 G6 I130 H6 I131 H5 I133 I4 I135 I4 I136 I4 I137 B8 I138 G7 I139 G7 I141 D1 I142 F5 I143 H3 I144 H4 I145 A9 I146 A8 I147 A8 .5 to 6. 37 SSB: Tuner & Demodulator 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 * RESERVED I ISWI I118 A124 5 4 O1 O2 SIF2 SIF1 A125 3 330n 2147 * *** COM 6110 DVB ONLY +5V_IF 7111 74HCT4053D +VTUN 3130 1K0 B * 4113 I137 2119 100n 2142 10u 50V * RES 2151 10u 50V 4V3 2120 2118 22u 6 G4 14 13 12 11 1 2 4X1 4X2 RF_AGC_IBO WAGC_SW DVB_SW IIC_SDA * 4125 15 1 2 10 I2C_TDA_SDA 4 3 5 9 I2C_TDA_SCL 10n IIC_SCL I122 VIP_IBO IF_ATV 4MHZ_CLK * 4120 7109 BC847B 22K 5120 4123 2122 15p RES 3120 2121 15p RES 3121 I121 120R RES 3131 4K7 5121 E 24 SIF2 SIF1 2V 23 SINGLE REFERENCE QSS MIXER INTERCARRIER MIXER AND AM-DEMODULATOR 17 AUD AUDIO PROCESSING DEEM AND SWITCHES 8 5 F130 2V1 7114 BC847B 1V5 I138 I128 2133 10n 1n0 4 FMPLL 2V3 7 DGND 12 SIOMAD I131 390p 2140 100R RES 3129 100R 2141 RES Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y G Y Y Y Y Y Y Y CVBS_RF 3126 5u6 F114 3133 5114 1R0 10u F129 +5VS 2130 10n H 2137 I130 3127 10n 2139 3128 470n DIGITAL 2129 22u 10n 2145 I144 IIC_SCL IIC_SDA 2V1 I143 10n AFD ANALOG +5V_SW 2144 2138 I129 2136 6 F140 5116 RES 11 SCL 3 OP1 +5VS NARROW-BAND FM-PLL DEMODULATOR I2C-BUS TRANSCEIVER 22 OP2 13 NC 18 AGND 20 Vp H OUTPUT PORTS * 4124 I139 10 SDA SIF AGC * 10n 2128 CVBS MAD SUPPLY 15R 3135 1n0 2143 21 470n 22p AFC 16 I126 VAGC 2127 SOUND TRAPS 4.1E LA 7.5 Mhz VIF-PLL SIF1 E +3V3_SW 15p 2V RES 7132 BSH111 4110 4111 4112 4113 4114 4115 4116 4117 4118 4119 4120 4121 4122 4123 4124 AFC DETECTOR 2135 SIF2 DIGITAL VCO CONTROL 15p VIF1 RC VCO 2134 VIF2 1 RES 3132 4K7 F 3125 2 2V VIF AGC 4122 *+5V_IF 10R 150R 2V VIF1 I142 180R VIF2 1n5 15 0V 14 TAGC TUNER AGC 19I127 2126 220n 9 TOP 7113 TDA9886T/V4 +3V3_SW +5VS 4M0 I125 VPLL F128 22n 2125 100R RES 2124 RES 7131 BSH111 1104 3123 330R 2123 REF I124 3124 RF_AGC I123 120R D 4121 *+5V_IF 10R * DEMODULATOR C VIM_IBO IF_AGC_IBO 1V3 1V3 I141 3119 I120 5K6 3134 5115 1R0 10u F131 +5V_SW 2131 22u I133 +5V_IF 2132 22u I135 I I136 SIF 3139 123 6261.

38 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 DVB .Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.eps 240107 3139 123 6261.1E LA SSB: DVB .1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2F10 B10 2F11 B10 2F12 B7 2F13 B9 2F14 B8 2F15 B8 2F16 B8 2F17 B9 2F18 B10 2F19 B9 2F20 B9 2F21 B10 2F22 C7 2F23 C9 2F24 C10 2F25 C10 2F26 C6 2F27 C2 2F28 D3 2F29 D5 2F30 D1 2F31 D5 2F32 D5 2F33 D4 3F10 B5 3F11 B4 3F12 B6 3F13 B5 3F14 C5 3F15 C4 3F16 C6 3F17 C5 3F18 C6 3F19 C5 3F20 C6 3F21 C10 3F22 D3 3F23 D1 3F24 D2 3F25 D5 3F26 D5 3F27 D3 3F28 D4 3F29 D5 3F30 E6 3F31-1 E9 3F31-2 E9 3F31-3 E9 3F31-4 E9 3F32-1 F9 3F32-2 F9 3F32-3 F9 3F32-4 E9 3F33 E6 3F34-1 F9 3F34-2 F9 3F34-3 F9 3F40 F6 3F41 F3 3F42 F3 3F44 F6 3F46 F6 3F48 F6 4F11 D3 4F12 D3 5F10 A10 5F11 B10 7F01 C7 7F02 B4 7F03 B4 7F04-1 C2 7F04-2 D2 FF10 B5 FF11 B8 FF12 B9 FF13 C5 FF14 C9 FF16 D4 FF17 D6 FF18 D4 FF19 D6 FF20 D4 FF21 D6 FF22 E6 FF23 E6 FF24 E6 FF25 F6 FF26 F6 FF27 F6 FF28 F6 FF29 F6 FF30 F6 IF10 B4 IF11 B6 IF12 C5 IF13 C7 IF14 D3 IF15 D4 IF16 D6 IF17 D6 IF18 D2 IF19 E6 IF20 E10 IF21 E10 IF22 E10 IF23 E10 IF24 E10 IF25 E10 IF26 F10 IF27 F10 IF28 F10 IF29 F10 IF30 F10 IF31 F9 IF32 C1 .Demodulator (Not implemented in this chassis) 1 2 3 4 B03B 7.DEMODULATOR B03B A A 5F10 +3V3 4MHz_MOJO +1V8S_SW IF11 3F12 330R 220K 2F23 100n 2F26 100n 2F32 100n 1V5 62 1V5 61 0V7 54 0V6 55 2V3 21 FF19 +5V_SW FF21 8 5 7F04-2 3F28 100K 2F33 10p LM393D 3F29 100K FF22 7 +5V_SW 6 FF23 COMP_OUT 4 23 E FF24 FE_LOCK 3F30 33R IF19 26 11 +5V_SW 10 3F42 2K7 I2C_LOCAL_SDA 3F40 100R I2C_LOCAL_SCL 3F44 100R FF26 I2C_TDA_SDA FF28 I2C_TDA_SCL 3F46 3F48 100R 100R FF25 FF27 FF29 VIP VIM XOUT GPIO0 GPIO1 4V6 8 4V6 6 5V 5V 4 3 GPIO3 SADDR0 SADDR1 SDA SCL SDA_TUN TEST 63 58 56 52 45 40 29 24 15 30 S_DEN 28 S_PSYNC 27 S_UNCOR SACLK D JTAG_TRST 31 S_OCLK UNCOR JTAG_TCK 2V4 32 S_DO DEN STV_TDO JTAG_TMS 13 ENSERI OCLK 10046_TDO 33R 18 0V 14 TRST DO0 DO1 DO2 DO3 DO4 DO5 DO6 DO7 3F21 16 2V4 TCK SCL_TUN VSSA_ADC 12 17 0V TMS PSYNC FF30 20 0V TDI COFDM CHANNEL DECODER XIN VDDE33_1 VDDE33_2 VDDE33_3 VDDI18_1 VDDI18_2 VDDI18_3 VDDI18_4 VDDA18_PLL AGC_IF 2F24 100n 2F25 100n C GPIO2 10K 3F41 2K7 B 19 TDO 25 3V2 3F33 +3V3FE +5V_SW AGC_TUN 1K0 FF17 34 MPEG-TS (SERIAL) JTAG 100n 2 47 MPEG-TS (SERIAL) 2F31 1V3 5 MPEG-TS (PARALLEL) FF20 VIP_IBO 2F21 47u 16V TDA_DAT(0:7) 3F31-4 3F31-3 3F31-2 3F31-1 3F32-4 3F32-3 3F32-2 3F32-1 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R IF20 IF21 IF22 IF23 IF24 IF25 IF26 IF27 37 1V7 3F34-1 38 39 41 43 44 46 48 49 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 E TDA_DAT(0) TDA_DAT(1) TDA_DAT(2) TDA_DAT(3) TDA_DAT(4) TDA_DAT(5) TDA_DAT(6) TDA_DAT(7) 1 8 33R IF28 TDA_CLK 36 1V3 3F34-2 2 7 33R IF29 TDA_VALID 35 0V 3F34-3 3 6 33R IF30 TDA_SYNC F 33 0V 51 IF31 VSS1 FF18 IF17 3F26 100n 22 VSS2 2F29 1 42 VSS3 100K FF16 2F28 100n VIM_IBO 2V8 CLR_ 50 VSS4 3F22 680K IF_AGC_IBO 4 IF16 3F25 4F12 RES 10K 53 VSS5 100K IF15 IF13 3V2 9 3F18 3F20 4K7 57 VSSA_OSC 100n 2F30 IF18 IF14 4F11 3F27 2 3V3 3F24 3F19 4K7 59 VSS_PLL_ADC 3V3 3 1 2V2 D 100n 100K 4K7 3F23 7F04-1 60 VDDA18_OSC RESET_FE_n +5V_SW 2F27 8 VDD33_ADC +5V_SW 64 VDDA33_ADC 220K +5V_SW COMP_OUT 100n 2F22 3F16 390R RES LM393D 2F20 100n FF14 7F01 TDA10046AHT +5V_SW 2F17 100n 330R C +5V_SW 2F19 100n 60R 2F18 100n +3V3FE IF12 3F14 VDD18_PLL_ADC 3F17 2F13 100n 2F16 100n 2F15 100n I2C 1 IF32 RF_AGC_IBO 3 5 7F03 3V2 74AHC1GU04GW FF13 2 4 1 1V6 NC 1V3 3F15 680K 5F11 +1V8S_SW 2F14 100n 4MHZ_CLK FF12 +3V3FE +3V3 F FF11 VSS6 B +3V3 60R 2F11 47u 16V 2F10 100n VSS7 3F13 3F10 330R 3 1 3F11 680K 4 1V6 1 NC 100n FF10 2F12 1V3 +3V3FE +3V3FE 3V2 5 7F02 74AHC1GU04GW IF10 2 7 G G G_16860_003.

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1E LA 7. 39 SSB: DVB .eps 240107 3139 123 6261.1 1 2 3 4 I A_MOCLK A_RESET A_|WAIT 10K 0V 3V2 3V2 3V2 3V2 0V 3V2 3V2 1K00-B ROW_B 60R 3K06 10K Q0 19 Q1 18 Q2 17 Q3 16 Q4 15 Q5 14 Q6 13 Q7 12 1D GND1 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 CE1 A10 OE A11 A9 A8 A13 A14 WE|P RDY|BSY VCC1 VPP1 A16 A15 A12 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 D0 D1 D2 WP|IOIS16 GND2 +3V3_STV +3V3_STV D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 PCMCIA_D(3) PCMCIA_D(4) PCMCIA_D(5) PCMCIA_D(6) PCMCIA_D(7) A_|CE1 PCMCIA_|OE 3K07 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PCMCIA_D(0:7) +3V3_STV 0V 3V2 3V2 3V2 3V2 0V 3V2 3V2 1K00-A ROW_A PCMCIA_A(0:14) 100n 4K7 33R 3K51 3K50 7K01 74LVC573ADB 1 OE_ 20 0V EN 3V2 11 C1VCC 10K MIU_ADDR(7) MIU_ADDR(6) MIU_ADDR(5) MIU_ADDR(4) MIU_ADDR(3) MIU_ADDR(2) MIU_ADDR(1) MIU_ADDR(0) 33R PCMCIA_5V +3V3_STV MIU_ADDR(0:24) 3K49 68p PCMCIA CONNECTOR 2K00 3K08 |ADOE ADLE G 5K01 A_MDO(0:7) A_MDO(3) A_MDO(4) A_MDO(5) A_MDO(6) A_MDO(7) LATCH +3V3_BUF F 4 47n 3K03-2 33R TS_DATA(0) EMC 2K16 3K03-1 33R 4 VDD 1 EMC 2K17 3K02-1 33R TS_VALID 3K02-2 33R TS_SYNC TS_CLK 2V5 FK0135 CLK 60 MDO7 2V2 59 MDO6 2V2 58 MDO5 2V2 57 MDO4 2V2 56 MDO3 2V2 54 MDO1 55 MDO2 2V2 2V2 61 MOVAL 62 MOSTRT 53 MDO0 2V2 1V3 1V5 3K02-3 33R TDA_DAT(7) TDA_VALID TDA_SYNC TDA_CLK I2C_LOCAL_SDA +3V3_STV 39 37 TS_DATA(0:7) G H +5V_SW 7K04 OC 27M TDA_DAT(0:7) I2C_LOCAL_SCL 0V 63 MOCLK 47 MDI7 2V2 46 MDI6 TDA_DAT(6) 1V3 45 MDI5 TDA_DAT(5) 2V2 44 MDI4 2V2 TDA_DAT(4) TDA_DAT(3) 2V2 43 MDI3 42 MDI2 41 MDI1 2V2 2V2 TDA_DAT(2) TDA_DAT(1) 48 MIVAL 40 MDI0 2V2 2V2 50 MICLK 49 MISTRT 0V 1V6 30 SDA 4V6 100R TDA_DAT(0) F 3K01 31 SCL 33 SA1 3K00 100R 4V6 E 32 SA0 7K00 STV0700L VCC-TSI VCC-CORE 9 52 3K13 10 VCC-TSO 86 10u TMS INTERRUPTS TDI GND-TSO MANAGEMENT 2 IC TRST_ TS INTERFACE JTAG_TCK TDO INTERFACE JTAG_TMS 11 65 38 8 JTAG_TRST STV_TDI GND-PROC 10K 0V ADOE_ 67 DATDIR 68 0V 0V 0V VCCEN 70 DATOE_ 69 CE2B_ 85 CE2A_ 87 CE1B_ 81 3V2 3V2 CE1A_ 82 3V2 3V2 OE_ 88 IOW_R 90 3V2 IORD_ 89 3V2 WE_ 97 REG_ 123 3V2 5V WAITB_ 121 IK76 5V WAITA_ 122 0V RSTB 119 RSTA 120 CD1A_ 72 MDOB7 83 MDOB5 77 MDOB3 73 MDOB2 4 MDOB1 2 124 MDOB0 128 MOVALB MOCLKB 117 MOSTRTB 126 MDIB6 113 MDIB7 115 MDIB5 111 MDIB4 106 MDIB3 102 MDIB2 98 MDIB1 95 MDIB0 93 MIVALB 104 MISTRTB 91 MICLKB 108 MDOA7 84 A_|RDY|IRQ 10K IK73 RDY|IRQB_ 100 5V 10K 3K22 RDY|IRQA_ 101 5V 3K17 B IK68 3V2 IK69 3V2 10K CD2B_ 6 10K 3K16 CD1B_ 71 10K 3K15 3V2 3K48 0V 3K18 3V2 3K47 0V 10K CD2A_ 7 3K46 0V MDOA6 80 3K45 0V MDOA5 78 3K44 0V MDOA4 76 3K43 0V MDOA3 74 3K42 0V MDOA2 5 MDOA1 3 3K41 0V MOVALA 125 10K 3K20 MDOB6 79 A_MDO(6) A_MDO(5) A_MDO(4) A_MDO(7) 47R 47R 47R A_MDO(3) 47R A_MDO(1) A_MDO(0) A_MDO(2) 47R 47R 47R +3V3_STV PCMCIA_5V A_MOVAL 47R 3K40 0V MOSTRTA 127 MDOA0 1 2V8 IK85 3K38 3K52 0V 3K39 MOCLKA 118 3K34-4 0V MDIA7 116 10K 3K21 GND-DVB2 D 16 A 3K19 4 47R 4K7 47R A_MDO(0:7) 47R A_MOCLK A_MDI(7) A_MDI(6) 47R A_MDI(5) 47R 3 5 3K34-3 0V MDIA6 114 3K34-2 0V 6 A_MDI(3) A_MDI(4) 2 47R 1 47R MDIA5 112 7 0V MDIA4 107 3K33 0V MDIA3 103 3K34-1 8 A_MDI(2) 47R A_MDI(1) 47R 3K32 0V 47R 3K31 0V MDIA2 99 MDIA1 96 3K30 A_MOSTRT A_MIVAL 3K29 0V MIVALA 105 0V 47R 47R A_MDI(0) A_MDI(0:7) MDIA0 94 A_MICLK A_MISTRT 47R 3K28 0V 47R 3K27 0V MICLKA 110 PCMCIA CONTROLLER MISTRTA 92 B STV_TDO 15 B03C A C 10 DVB-COMMON INTERFACE MDOB4 75 B03C 3 10K 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1K00-A H7 1K00-B H8 2K00 H4 2K01 I4 2K02 H15 2K03 H15 2K04 J2 2K05 G15 2K06 H15 2K07 F14 2K08 H15 2K09 H15 2K10 H15 2K11 I15 2K12 I15 2K13 I15 2K14 F9 2K15 K4 2K16 F8 2K17 G8 3K00 F2 3K01 F2 3K02-1 F4 3K02-2 F4 3K02-3 F4 3K03-1 F5 3K03-2 F5 3K03-3 F5 3K03-4 F5 3K04 H9 3K05-1 F5 3K05-2 F5 3K05-3 F5 3K05-4 F6 3K06 J9 3K07 J9 3K08 J6 3K09 F9 3K10 E14 3K11 F16 3K12 F10 3K13 F14 3K15 B9 3K16 B9 3K17 B9 3K18 B9 3K19 B9 3K20 B9 3K21 B9 3K22 B9 3K23-1 K4 3K23-2 K4 3K23-3 K4 3K23-4 K4 3K24-1 K4 3K24-2 K4 3K24-3 K4 3K24-4 K4 3K25 J4 3K26 K4 3K27 B2 3K28 B2 3K29 B3 3K30 B3 3K31 B3 3K32 B3 3K33 B3 3K34-1 B3 3K34-2 C3 3K34-3 C4 3K34-4 C4 3K38 B4 3K39 B4 3K40 B4 3K41 B5 3K42 B5 3K43 B5 3K44 B5 3K45 B5 3K46 B5 3K47 B5 3K48 B6 3K49 H2 3K50 H2 3K51 J6 3K52 B4 5K01 G14 5K02 H14 5K03 H14 5K04 I14 5K05 I14 7K00 E1 7K01 H3 7K02 I3 7K03 J3 7K04 F8 7K05 E15 FK01 E9 FK02 E10 FK05 F9 FK06 F14 FK10 H7 FK11 H8 FK12 H7 FK13 H8 FK14 H7 FK15 H8 FK16 H7 FK17 H8 FK18 I7 FK19 I8 FK20 I7 FK21 I8 FK22 I7 FK23 I8 FK24 I7 FK25 I8 FK26 I7 FK27 I8 FK28 I7 FK29 I8 FK30 I7 FK31 I7 FK32 I7 FK33 I8 FK34 I7 FK35 I8 FK36 I7 FK37 I8 FK38 I7 FK39 I8 FK40 I7 FK41 I8 FK42 I7 FK43 I8 FK44 J7 FK45 J8 FK46 J7 FK47 J8 FK48 J7 FK49 J8 FK50 J7 FK51 J8 FK52 J7 FK53 J8 FK54 J7 FK55 J8 FK56 J7 FK57 J8 FK58 J7 FK59 J8 FK60 J7 FK61 J8 FK62 J8 FK63 J7 FK67 H8 FK68 H7 FK69 H8 FK70 H7 FK71 H8 FK72 H7 FK73 H8 FK74 H7 FK75 H8 FK80 H7 FK81 H15 FK82 I15 FK83 I15 FK84 E15 IK68 C10 IK69 C10 IK70 F15 IK72 F16 IK73 C10 IK75 F11 IK76 C11 IK84 F8 IK85 C4 .Common Interface (Not implemented in this chassis) 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 ADLE |ADOE DATDIR VCCEN |DATOE A_|CE2 A_|CE1 PCMCIA_|OE PCMCIA_|IOWR PCMCIA_|WE PCMCIA_|IORD PCMCIA_|REG A_|WAIT A_RESET A_|CD2 A_|CD1 0V C ADLE 66 UCSG GND-TSI GND-CORE VCC-PROC TCK 3V2 7K05 ST890C FK84 MIU_ADDR(24) FK06 7 5V PCMCIA_5V 6 5 0V OUT1 IN1 OUT2 IN2 SET FAULT_ 2K0 1% 2K07 IK70 STV_A25 MIU_RDY E SWITCH MIU_ADDR(0:24) STV_CS CURRENT +3V3_STV ON_ 1 5V 2 3K11 29 A25 +3V3_CORE GND 28 A24 0V 0V 36 3K10 27 A23 +3V3_STV 64 51 13 EXTCS 26 A22 0V 0V MIU_ADDR(23) MIU_ADDR(22) 25 A21 3V2 MIU_ADDR(21) 24 A20 3V2 MIU_ADDR(20) 23 A19 3V2 22 A18 3V2 MIU_ADDR(19) MIU_ADDR(18) 20 A16 0V 3V2 21 A17 MIU_ADDR(17) 19 A15 0V MIU_ADDR(16) MIU_ADDR(15) 3V2 15 WAIT|ACK IK75 3V2 18 CS 3V2 16 WR|STR 14 INT 3V2 0V 34 RESET FK02 3V2 12 EXTINT 10K 3K09 3V2 17 RD|DIR MIU_WEN TS_DATA(7) MIU_OEN 3K05-4 33R TS_DATA(6) FK05 IK84 STV_INT 3K05-3 33R TS_DATA(5) RESET_STV 3K05-2 33R TS_DATA(4) 1n0 3K05-1 33R TS_DATA(3) 2K14 3K03-4 33R TS_DATA(2) 10K 3 GND 2 47n 3K03-3 33R TS_DATA(1) +3V3_STV 3K12 D 109 8 3 0V +5V_SW IK72 VCCEN J 0V 3V2 0V 0V 3V2 0V 3V2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 100n Q0 19 Q1 18 Q2 17 Q3 16 Q4 15 Q5 14 Q6 13 Q7 12 1D GND 10 PCMCIA_A(8) PCMCIA_A(9) PCMCIA_A(10) PCMCIA_A(11) PCMCIA_A(12) PCMCIA_A(13) PCMCIA_A(14) 0V 3V2 0V 0V 3V2 0V 3V2 PCMCIA_A(12) PCMCIA_A(7) PCMCIA_A(6) PCMCIA_A(5) PCMCIA_A(4) PCMCIA_A(3) PCMCIA_A(2) PCMCIA_A(1) PCMCIA_A(0) PCMCIA_D(0) PCMCIA_D(1) PCMCIA_D(2) BUS TRANSCEIVER +3V3_BUF 2K04 100n MIU_DATA(0:15) K FK63 3V2 7K03 74LVC245A MIU_DATA(7) 0V 18 MIU_DATA(6) MIU_DATA(5) MIU_DATA(4) MIU_DATA(3) MIU_DATA(2) MIU_DATA(1) MIU_DATA(0) 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 A_|IOIS16 20 VCC 3EN1 3EN2 G3 1 2 GND 1 0V 19 0V 3K25 33R 2 3K26 2K15 0V 3K23-4 4 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 3K23-3 3K23-2 3K23-1 3K24-4 3K24-3 3K24-2 3K24-1 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 33R 100p 5 33R 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R DATDIR |DATOE 7069 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 100n 2K05 100n 100n 2K03 2K02 PCMCIA_|IORD PCMCIA_|IOWR A_MISTRT A_MDI(0:7) +3V3_CORE 100n 60R FK83 5K05 +3V3 60R A_MDI(4) A_MDI(5) A_MDI(6) A_MDI(7) 100n 2K10 FK82 5K04 +3V3 10u 16V 2K12 A_MDI(0) A_MDI(1) A_MDI(2) A_MDI(3) +3V3_STV 100n 2K09 A_|CE2 A_|VS1 10u 16V 2K08 60R H FK81 5K03 100n A_MDO(0) A_MDO(1) A_MDO(2) 10K 3K04 PCMCIA_VPP +3V3 PCMCIA_AVCC PCMCIA_VPP FK33 FK35 FK37 FK39 FK41 FK43 FK45 FK47 FK49 FK51 FK53 FK55 FK57 FK59 FK61 60R A_|CD1 FK67 FK69 FK71 FK73 FK75 FK11 FK13 FK15 FK17 FK19 FK21 FK23 FK25 FK27 FK29 2K06 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 2K11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 5K02 +3V3_BUF 10u 16V MIU_ADDR(8) MIU_ADDR(9) MIU_ADDR(10) MIU_ADDR(11) MIU_ADDR(12) MIU_ADDR(13) MIU_ADDR(14) PCMCIA_|WE A_|RDY|IRQ PCMCIA_AVCC PCMCIA_VPP A_MIVAL A_MICLK 2K01 7K02 74LVC573ADB 1 OE_ 20 0V EN 11 C1VCC I PCMCIA_A(10) PCMCIA_A(11) PCMCIA_A(9) PCMCIA_A(8) PCMCIA_A(13) PCMCIA_A(14) LATCH+3V3_BUF FK80 FK68 FK70 FK72 FK74 FK10 FK12 FK14 FK16 FK18 FK20 FK22 FK24 FK26 FK28 FK30 FK31 FK32 FK34 FK36 FK38 FK40 FK42 FK44 FK46 FK48 FK50 FK52 FK54 FK56 FK58 FK60 PCMCIA_5V PCMCIA_AVCC 2K13 GND10 PCMCIA_A(7) PCMCIA_A(6) PCMCIA_A(5) PCMCIA_A(4) PCMCIA_A(3) PCMCIA_A(2) PCMCIA_A(1) PCMCIA_A(0) GND3 CD1 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 CE2 VS1 IORD IOWR A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 VCC2 VPP2 A22 A23 A24 A25 VS2 RESET WAIT INPACK REG BVD2|SPKR BVD1|STSCHG D8 D9 D10 CD2 FK62 GND4 A_|INPACK PCMCIA_|REG A_MOVAL A_MOSTRT J A_|CD2 7172 PCMCIA_D(7) PCMCIA_D(6) PCMCIA_D(5) PCMCIA_D(4) PCMCIA_D(3) PCMCIA_D(2) PCMCIA_D(1) PCMCIA_D(0) K 10 G_16860_004.

Mojo (Not implemented in this chassis) 1 2 3 4 B03D A RES 10K MOJO_TRST 3G19 10K MOJO_TDI RES 3G15 10K 10046_TDO 3G16 10K MOJO_TMS 3G17 10K MOJO_TCK 3G20 10K RESET_n 8 9 10 4G10 ROW_2 1G01-2 ROW_1 1G01-1 FG11 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 FG12 FG14 FG15 FG16 FG13 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 FOR DVE. ONLY 4G01 0 1 2 3 TS_DATA 4 5 6 7 TS_SYNC TS_STROBE TS_VAL 30 0V 33R 3V2 3V2 28 1V3 2V6 115 SDRAM_DATA(3) 2V6 116 SDRAM_DATA(4) 2V6 117 SDRAM_DATA(5) 2V6 118 SDRAM_DATA(6) 0V 121 SDRAM_DATA(7) 2V3 122 SDRAM_DATA(8) 2V9 132 SDRAM_DATA(9) 2V5 129 SDRAM_DATA(10) 0V 128 SDRAM_DATA(11) 2V5 127 SDRAM_DATA(12) 2V3 126 SDRAM_DATA(13) 2V3 125 SDRAM_DATA(14) 0V 124 SDRAM_DATA(15) 2V3 123 PNX8314HS 7G00-8 207 TDO SYS_RESETN 31 RESET_STV 0V 32 user_EEPROM_WP 4V6 185 205 Y CVBS WS_OUT SPDIF B FSCLK G Y R C H 163 0V B|Pb 165 0V G|Y 167 0V I2C_LOCAL_SCL FG31 I2C_LOCAL_SDA FG33 IIC_SCL FG17 3G46 IIC_SDA FG19 3G47 1G04 1 2 3 4 5 3G44 100R FG32 6 SCL0 4V6 100R FG34 7 SDA0 4V6 FG35 8 100R SCL1 3V3 100R FG36 9 SDA1 3V3 36 (I2C-USB-SCO) SC0_CMDVCC USB_PWR USB_DP USB_DM SC0_DA USB_OVRCUR USB_PWR USB_DM USB_DP 6 3G43 198 39 SC0_CCK USB_OVRCUR SC0_RST 10u 16V 10u 16V R|Pr 7G00-6 PNX8314HS RES I 100MHz 170 5 FG39 1V2_CORE 3V3 34 NOR_RYBY 0V 35 NOR_WP 0V 45 STV_INT 0V 46 STV_A25 0V 47 3V3 48 DSW_n 7G00-1 PNX8314HS 1V2 10K IG17 0V TXD0 2G12 100n 41 8 2G13 100n 78 2G14 100n 119 2G15 100n 134 135 2G16 100n 191 192 2G03 100n 3V3 10 2G04 100n 43 44 2G05 100n 60 61 2G06 100n 76 2G07 100n 94 2G08 100n 111 112 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 DQM0 VDDC VSSC VSSP 131 162 199 2G11 100n 190 0 10u 16V 2G23 AVDD 1 2 10u 16V 2G24 1 10u 16V IDUMP 2 5G04 BM05B-SRSS-TBT 60R 0V SDRAM_ADDR(1) 155 0V SDRAM_ADDR(2) 156 0V SDRAM_ADDR(3) 149 0V SDRAM_ADDR(4) 148 0V SDRAM_ADDR(5) 147 0V SDRAM_ADDR(6) 146 0V SDRAM_ADDR(7) 145 0V SDRAM_ADDR(8) 144 0V SDRAM_ADDR(9) 152 0V SDRAM_ADDR(10) 143 0V SDRAM_ADDR(11) 142 0V SDRAM_ADDR(12) 150 0V SDRAM_ADDR(13) 151 0V SDRAM_ADDR(14) 138 2V1 SDRAM_DQM0 133 3V1 SDRAM_DQM1 140 3V SDRAM_CAS 141 2V9 SDRAM_RAS 139 3V SDRAM_WE 137 3V3 SDRAM_CKE 136 1V5 SDRAM_CLK IR_IN B03D A B C D (GPIO) IR_OUT PWM DTR0 +3V3_VDDP VPP RX1 C4 TX1 BOOT <0:3> C8 SC1_DA 0 SC1_CMDVCC 1 SC1_RST 2 SC1_OFF 3 ITU_OUT SC1_CCK 4 CTS0 5 RTS0 6 RX0 7 TX0 ITU_CLOCK DCD0 FG22 FG21 3G41 18 0V RX_ZAP 19 3V3 TX_ZAP FG23 FG20 10K FG24 3G30 PIO19|ITU_OUT0|BOOT0 FG25 3G28 177 3V3 PIO20|ITU_OUT1|BOOT1 3G31 178 3V3 PIO21|ITU_OUT2|BOOT2 FG27 3G36 FG28 179 3G29 PIO22|ITU_OUT3|BOOT3 180 3G37 3V2 181 176 0V 182 FG30 183 0V 184 FG29 3 4 5 6 7 MIU_DATA(0:15) MIU_DATA(0) MIU_DATA(1) MIU_DATA(2) MIU_DATA(3) MIU_DATA(4) MIU_DATA(5) MIU_DATA(6) MIU_DATA(7) MIU_DATA(8) MIU_DATA(9) MIU_DATA(10) MIU_DATA(11) MIU_DATA(12) MIU_DATA(13) MIU_DATA(14) MIU_DATA(15) +3V3clean 3G57-1 3G57-3 3G58-1 3G58-3 3G56-1 3G56-3 3G59-1 3G59-3 3G57-2 3G57-4 3G58-2 3G58-4 3G56-2 3G56-4 3G59-2 3G59-4 100n 169 2G20 100n NOR_CS 100n STV_CS 164 2G21 8 6 8 6 8 6 8 6 7 5 7 5 7 5 7 5 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 2 4 2 4 2 4 2 4 MIU_RDY 2G19 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 33R 69 0V 67 0V 65 0V 63 0V 59 0V 57 0V 55 0V 53 0V 68 0V 66 0V 64 0V 62 0V 58 0V 56 0V 54 0V 52 0V 3V3 109 3V3 74 3G60 3V3 73 33R 171 72 71 166 8 +3V3 10K +3V3 10K RES 10K 10K RES +3V3 IBO_IRQ F 3G51 10K DSW_I2C_enable IG13 1V2 10K 3G55 +3V3 RES10K G MIU_OEN MIU_WEN 3G61 3V3 33R 3V3 3G62 33R 70 108 106 MIU_ADDR(0:24) 0 (MIU) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 MIU_DATA 8 9 10 11 12 MIU_ADDR 13 14 15 MIU_RDY MIU_CS_N0 MIU_CS_N1 MIU_CS_N2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 MIU_CS_N3 MIU_MASK1 MIU_OE_N MIU_LBA MIU_WEN MIU_BAA MIU_MASK0 75 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 0V 3V3 0V 3V3 3V3 3V3 3V3 0V 0V 3V3 0V 0V 3V3 0V 3V3 0V 0V 3V3 3V3 3V3 3V3 3V3 0V 0V 0V MIU_ADDR(0) MIU_ADDR(1) MIU_ADDR(2) MIU_ADDR(3) MIU_ADDR(4) MIU_ADDR(5) MIU_ADDR(6) MIU_ADDR(7) MIU_ADDR(8) MIU_ADDR(9) MIU_ADDR(10) MIU_ADDR(11) MIU_ADDR(12) MIU_ADDR(13) MIU_ADDR(14) MIU_ADDR(15) MIU_ADDR(16) MIU_ADDR(17) MIU_ADDR(18) MIU_ADDR(19) MIU_ADDR(20) MIU_ADDR(21) MIU_ADDR(22) MIU_ADDR(23) MIU_ADDR(24) 107 110 50 51 G_16860_005. 40 SSB: DVB . 4G02. FOR USB 154 PIO <0:15> 193 2G22 SC0_OFF SDRAM_ADDR(0) +3V3 95 161 7 0V PLL_OUTX0 77 VDDP 130 38 15 16 11 2G10 100n 40 0V 120 2G09 100n 201 14 79 (PWR) 37 200 8 SDRAM_DATA 9 12 0V 42 3G40 G SCK_OUT C_CVBS 7 7 33 FE_LOCK 1K2 1% 3G33 (AV) C CVBS 100MHz 5G02 10u 16V 3G34 SD_OUT 5G01 172 0V 6 SDRAM_ADDR 153 7G00-7 PNX8314HS 3V3 RXD0 2G18 IG16 202 1V IG19 203 22R 0V IG20 22R 204 1V6 206 6 HSCKB +1V2_MOJO 168 5 5 13 CVBS Y 4 4 49 IG18 22R 3 CKE RESET_FE_n TS_VALID 2G02 MOJO_I2S_OUT_WS IG15 3G35 2 3 WE +3V3_VDDP 2G17 MOJO_I2S_OUT_SCK IG14 2 4G05 FOR DEVELOPMENT ONLY 4G01.1 2 10K RES PIO <16:27> MIU_CLK 1 E 10K 7G00-5 PNX8314HS 175 173 17 0V VCXO_CLOCK 3G54 174 +3V3 PRO. 4G03.1E LA 7.eps 240107 3139 123 6261. ONLY XTAL_IN 2 1 RES 1G03 SKQTLB 3 33n RES 2G34 4 4 3 D 16V 2 1 PCST1 0 10u 195 196 197 CDNC GND 4G02 4G05 0V 100n 2G33 RESET_n 157 3V3 159 1 XTAL_OUT OUTP DSU_TPC1 INP FG42 5 2G32 160 +3V3 2 FG18 FG37 AVSS_PLL 3V3 100MHz 187 +1V2_MOJO 1V2clean (JTAG-ETAG-SYS) TDI 5G03 RES 1K0 7G06 NCP303LSN30 13 7G00-4 PNX8314HS SDRAM_DATA(0) JTAG_TCK 3G48 4G31 AVDD_PLL C POWER ON RESET 100n MOJO_TMS MOJO_TCK RESET_n RES 2G31 MOJO_TRST B RES 3G65 12 FTSH FTSH FG41 4MHZ_MOJO 11 SDRAM_DATA(0:15) FG10 FG40 4G09 RES NOR_RYBY 7 RES 3G18 +3V3 MIU_WEN 6 10K 3G38 DVB-MOJO 5 9 10 11 12 13 14 H I 1G01-1 A8 1G01-2 A9 1G03 D2 1G04 I1 2G02 G5 2G03 G6 2G04 G6 2G05 G6 2G06 H6 2G07 H6 2G08 H6 2G09 H6 2G10 H6 2G11 H6 2G12 F6 2G13 G6 2G14 G6 2G15 G6 2G16 G6 2G17 G6 2G18 G6 2G19 H9 2G20 I9 2G21 I9 2G22 H6 2G23 I6 2G24 I6 2G31 B4 2G32 C5 2G33 C5 2G34 D1 3G11 E6 3G12 E9 3G15 A4 3G16 A4 3G17 A4 3G18 A4 3G19 A4 3G20 A4 3G28 E14 3G29 F14 3G30 E14 3G31 E14 3G33 G2 3G34 G2 3G35 F2 3G36 F14 3G37 F14 3G38 A4 3G40 I8 3G41 E14 3G43 H2 3G44 H2 3G46 H2 3G47 I2 3G48 C6 3G51 G13 3G54 G13 3G55 G13 3G56-1 H10 3G56-2 H10 3G56-3 H10 3G56-4 H10 3G57-1 G10 3G57-2 H10 3G57-3 G10 3G57-4 H10 3G58-1 G10 3G58-2 H10 3G58-3 G10 3G58-4 H10 3G59-1 H10 3G59-2 H10 3G59-3 H10 3G59-4 H10 3G60 I11 3G61 I11 3G62 I11 3G63 F10 3G65 C2 4G01 B9 4G02 B9 4G03 B9 4G04 C8 4G05 C8 4G09 A2 4G10 A2 4G31 C4 5G01 F5 5G02 G5 5G03 C4 5G04 I6 7G00-1 F7 7G00-2 E3 7G00-3 F3 7G00-4 A12 7G00-5 G12 7G00-6 H4 7G00-7 D12 7G00-8 D7 7G06 C1 FG10 A7 FG11 A7 FG12 A7 FG13 A9 FG14 A7 FG15 A7 FG16 A7 FG17 H2 FG18 C6 FG19 H2 FG20 E13 FG21 E13 FG22 E13 FG23 E13 FG24 E14 FG25 E14 FG26 E9 FG27 F14 FG28 F13 FG29 F13 FG30 F13 FG31 H2 FG32 H3 FG33 H2 FG34 H3 FG35 H3 FG36 I3 FG37 C5 FG39 F6 FG40 A7 FG41 A7 FG42 C1 IG13 I8 IG14 F1 IG15 G1 IG16 G1 IG17 F11 IG18 F2 IG19 G2 IG20 G2 IG21 E6 .Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.4G04 FOR PRODUCTION TS_CLK 7G00-3 PNX8314HS MOJO_I2S_OUT_SD 1 RAS 3G63 F 0 1 CONFIGURABLE 208 3V3 1 DSU_TPC0 2 TMS TRST 2 1 PCST0 0 188 189 194 3 0V 3V3 3V3 158 4 TCK RESETN TS_SYNC 29 1V6 SDRAM_DATA(2) 0 10046_TDO 10K 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 2V6 114 CAS +3V3_VDDP (TS) SDRAM_DATA(1) STV_TDI FG26 3G12 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 2V2 TS_DATA(0) TS_DATA(1) TS_DATA(2) TS_DATA(3) TS_DATA(4) TS_DATA(5) TS_DATA(6) TS_DATA(7) 14 SDRAM_ADDR(0:14) (SDRAM) DQM1 10K TS_DATA(0:7) JTAG_TMS IG21 7G00-2 PNX8314HS 0V 113 VS 3G11 E JTAG_TRST 4G03 4G04 1V2 DSU_CLK 186 FOR DEV.

Mojo Memory (Not implemented in this chassis) 1 B03E 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DVB-MOJO MEMORY B03E MIU_ADDR(0:24) FH08 7H00 M29W320ET70N A 100n +3V3_NOR48 2H07 100MHz 10u 16V 2H04 5H02 +3V3 A 37 MIU_DATA(0:15) MIU_ADDR(1) MIU_ADDR(2) MIU_ADDR(3) MIU_ADDR(4) MIU_ADDR(5) MIU_ADDR(6) MIU_ADDR(7) MIU_ADDR(8) MIU_ADDR(9) MIU_ADDR(10) MIU_ADDR(11) MIU_ADDR(12) MIU_ADDR(13) MIU_ADDR(14) MIU_ADDR(15) MIU_ADDR(16) MIU_ADDR(17) MIU_ADDR(18) MIU_ADDR(19) MIU_ADDR(20) +3V3 100n SDRAM_ADDR(0:14) MIU_ADDR(20) SDRAM_ADDR(12) E 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 SDRAM_ADDR(13) SDRAM_ADDR(14) 0V 0V 20 21 SDRAM_CLK SDRAM_CKE 1V5 3V3 SDRAM_RAS SDRAM_CAS SDRAM_WE 3V 3V 3V 38 37 19 18 17 16 3V2 3V2 3V2 3V2 3V2 3V2 IH04 4H01 RES 14 27 3 9 VDD 0 1 2 3 4 5 A 6 7 8 9 10 11 43 NC 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Φ SYNC SDRAM 4x2Mx16 D 0 BA 1 CLK CKE CS RAS CAS WE L DQM U 41 36 0V 40 2/4/8MB NOR FLASH NC SDRAM_DATA(0) SDRAM_DATA(1) SDRAM_DATA(2) SDRAM_DATA(3) SDRAM_DATA(4) SDRAM_DATA(5) SDRAM_DATA(6) SDRAM_DATA(7) SDRAM_DATA(8) SDRAM_DATA(9) SDRAM_DATA(10) SDRAM_DATA(11) SDRAM_DATA(12) SDRAM_DATA(13) SDRAM_DATA(14) SDRAM_DATA(15) 15 3V3 39 2V2 13 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V IH07 0V MIU_DATA(0) MIU_DATA(1) MIU_DATA(2) MIU_DATA(3) MIU_DATA(4) MIU_DATA(5) MIU_DATA(6) MIU_DATA(7) MIU_DATA(8) MIU_DATA(9) MIU_DATA(10) MIU_DATA(11) MIU_DATA(12) MIU_DATA(13) MIU_DATA(14) MIU_DATA(15) 4H05 IH06 RB RP WE OE CE BYTE VPP/WP_ +3V3_NOR48 C 10K 4H15 NOR_WP RES 46 FH01 MIU_WEN MIU_OEN FH05 FH06 NOR_CS D +3V3_NOR48 3H14 FH03 5H03 +5V_SW 2H14 2H15 220n 220n +5V_SW 100MHz 7H03 M24C64-WMN6 1R0 I2C ADDRESS:A0 5V Φ (8Kx8) 1 2 3 +5V_SW SDRAM_DQM0 SDRAM_DQM1 B MIU_ADDR(22) 3H05 14 3V2 27 SDRAM_DATA(0:15) 2 1V3 4 1V3 5 1V 7 1V3 8 1V3 10 1V2 11 0V 13 1V4 42 1V3 44 1V3 45 1V 47 1V4 48 1V4 50 1V3 51 0V7 53 1V2 0 32M-1 29 31 33 35 38 40 42 44 30 32 34 36 39 41 43 45 7 WC EEPROM 0 1 2 6 SCL ADR 5 SDA 5V 4V6 FH00 4V6 4H12 FH04 4V6 100R FH02 3H09 100R 4 user_EEPROM_WP 3H10 I2C_LOCAL_SCL I2C_LOCAL_SDA VSSQ VSS 28 15 12 11 28 26 47 A RESET_n 49 VDDQ 8 D 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V 4H04 4H00 3K3 NOR_RYBY 7H02 EDS1216AGTA 1 SDRAM_ADDR(0) SDRAM_ADDR(1) SDRAM_ADDR(2) SDRAM_ADDR(3) SDRAM_ADDR(4) SDRAM_ADDR(5) SDRAM_ADDR(6) SDRAM_ADDR(7) SDRAM_ADDR(8) SDRAM_ADDR(9) SDRAM_ADDR(10) SDRAM_ADDR(11) 4H03 RES 4Mx8/2Mx16 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A-1 3K3 3K3 2H12 2H03 2H11 100n 100n 100n 2H08 100n 100n 2H13 MIU_ADDR(22) MIU_ADDR(21) 3H00 +3V3_NOR48 4H02 EPROM 10K C 2H10 2H09 100n FH07 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3H11 B 10u 16V 2H06 100MHz 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 17 16 9 10 3H12 3H13 5H01 3V2 0V 3V2 3V2 3V2 3V2 0V 0V 3V2 0V 0V 3V2 0V 3V2 0V 0V 3V2 0V 3V2 3V2 3V2 54 6 12 46 52 G_16860_006.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 E 2H03 C2 2H04 A7 2H06 B1 2H07 A6 2H08 C2 2H09 C2 2H10 C2 2H11 C2 2H12 C2 2H13 C2 2H14 D6 2H15 D6 3H00 C4 3H05 C7 3H09 E7 3H10 E7 3H11 E7 3H12 E7 3H13 E7 3H14 D5 4H00 C5 4H01 C5 4H02 C5 4H03 C5 4H04 C5 4H05 C7 4H12 E7 4H15 C7 5H01 B1 5H02 A6 5H03 D5 7H00 A6 7H02 C1 7H03 D5 FH00 E7 FH01 D5 FH02 E7 FH03 D6 FH04 E7 FH05 D5 FH06 D5 FH07 B2 FH08 A6 IH04 C5 IH06 C7 IH07 C7 . 41 SSB: DVB .Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1E LA 7.eps 240107 3139 123 6261.

1E LA 7.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1001 D7 1002 D7 1J14 D6 2J01 B7 2J02 B7 2J04 B8 2J05 C8 2J06 C9 2J14 D8 2J15 D8 2J60 A2 2J62 B3 2J63 B2 2J64 C2 2J66 C2 2J67 C3 2J68 D2 2J69 D2 2J70 D3 2J71 E2 2J72 E2 2J73 E2 3J01 B8 3J02 B8 3J03 B6 3J14 D8 3J15 D8 3J59 B2 3J60 B3 3J61 C2 3J62 C3 3J63 D2 3J64 D3 3J65 E2 3J66 E3 4J14 D8 4J15 D8 5J01 A6 5J52 A2 5J53 C2 5J54 D2 5J55 E2 6J03 C7 6J14 D7 6J15 D8 6J60 B3 6J61 C3 6J62 D3 6J63 E3 7J04 B9 7J05 B7 FJ01 B9 FJ02 D6 FJ22 A4 FJ23 C4 FJ24 D8 FJ25 D8 FJ26 D4 FJ27 E4 IJ01 B7 IJ02 B8 IJ11 A8 IJ63 B1 IJ64 C1 IJ65 C1 IJ66 C1 IJ67 D8 IJ68 D8 . 42 SSB: DVB .Mojo Analog Back End (Not implemented in this chassis) 1 B03F 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DVB-MOJO ANALOG BACK END B03F A A RES 2J60 IJ11 5J01 100n 10u 16V 2J02 IJ01 3J03 100R 1V2 IJ02 12K 7J05 PDTC114ET 1V8 +1V8S_SW FJ01 +3V3 RES 6J63 47R 3J66 68p 2J73 180p 2J72 3J65 180R 100R RES 100R IJ67 TXD0 IJ68 RXD0 RES 4J15 D 6J15 BZX384-C6V8 6J14 BZX384-C6V8 2J15 330p RES 2J14 330p RES RES E IBO_R_IN PESD5V0S1BA FJ27 3J15 5 ESD Protection PESD5V0S1BA 47R RES 6J62 3J64 68p 2J70 180p 2J69 180R 3J63 22p 5J55 3u3 4 IBO_B_IN RES 2J71 E FJ25 FJ02 FJ26 3J14 1002 22p 5J54 FJ24 1001 1 2 3 RES 2J68 3u3 4J14 UART CON FOR COMPAIR ONLY 1J14 S3B-PH-SM4-TB D C IBO_G_IN PESD5V0S1BA 47R RES 6J61 68p 3J62 IJ66 2J67 R|Pr FJ23 3u3 180p IJ65 2J66 B|Pb 180R IJ64 3J61 G|Y 5J53 100n 2J05 22p C EMC 2J06 6J03 2J64 100u 16V IJ63 B 7J04 SI2301BDS BAS316 C_CVBS 3J02 22K 2J04 B 22u 16V +3V3_MOJO 3J01 PESD5V0S1BA 47R RES 6J60 68p 3J60 2J62 180p 2J63 180R 60R IBO_CVBS_IN 2J01 FJ22 3u3 3J59 +3V3clean +3V3_MOJO 22p 5J52 G_16860_007.eps 240107 3139 123 6261.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.

1 2 AD(0:7) EPROM 1Mx8/512Kx16 47R 220R 47R 47R LED1 I374 I376 47R 11 H KEYB RES 4303 30 29 100R RES RES 3 2 3L01 31 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 60R LED2 REMOTE LIGHT_SENSOR 2332 1n0 +3V3_STBY RES 3371 I363 3373 100R 10K 100R 3K3 3378 SAW_SW RES 7314 BC847BW 1 34 33 32 +3V3_STBY 5302 I 4309 I359 RES 3360 RES 3369 3370 3377 B10B-PH-SM4-TBT(LF) 1 CPU_RST WR RD CE 100p 1n0 S3B-PH-SM4-TB IIC_SDA_up RES 2326 2337 1 2 3 4 F356 1 15 12 11 28 26 47 1n0 F344 5 22 94 12 62 F343 3K3 10K +3V3_STBY RES FOR PSU_STBY +3V3_SW 24 10K I354 RES 3367 100R 3365 23 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1314 F342 3379 F350 4301 F305 SDM 100R 3366 AVSS COMPAIR 100R I329 F340 F341 F366 F367 F369 1R0 VSS 100R 2 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 17 16 RES 2339 P5<0:7> 3382 6 RES 4302 3L10 H 42 41 40 39 38 37 WRL WR WRH BHE RD BCLK HLDA HOLD ALE RDY CLKOUT NC 25I351 3361 35 FOR EMC I366 +3V3_STBY 36 B F310 F311 F313 F315 F317 F319 F321 F324 F326 F328 F329 F331 F332 F333 F334 F335 F336 F338 F339 RES 2334 1n0 EMC 2335 1n0 EMC 2336 1n0 CTS0 RTS0 CLK0 SCL1 RXD0 TXD0 SDA0 CTS0 CTS1 RTS1 CLKS1 CLK1 SCL1 RXD1 TXD1 SDA1 P6<0:7> ISP ITV_SPI_CLK ITV_SPI_DATA_IN I367 27 21 HP_LOUT HP_ROUT 3336 RES 2319 +3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY 3337 6303 10K 47K 100R 100R 7313-1 BC847BPN IBO_IRQ 4310 I384 43 Other region INT +3V3_STBY 1n0 47K 100R 4K7 44 with Side AV DDC_RESET REMOTE 28 P7<0:7> 3 1N4148 6304 I396 I397 I398 +3V3_STBY I322 I328 1n0 2333 TA3IN TO / FROM SIDE IO 1K0 3350 3397 3387 3388 1K5 3328 47K 6302 BZX384-C12 I344 I345 10K 47R 10K 3330 10K WAGC_SW BL_ADJUST RES 2340 16 17 ADDR 18 19 0 1 CS 2 I321 1n0 3385 3386 3375 3V3 3 I323 100n 16V ADDR 4 1n0 I368 1303 3347 3348 3349 RES 3304 A 2L25 A(1) A(2) A(3) A(4) A(5) A(8:19) A(6) A(7) A(8) A(9) A(10) A(11) A(12) A(13) A(14) A(15) A(16) A(17) A(18) A(19) RES 100R 3326 ISP +3V3_STBY 26 33R 5 LCD_PWR_ON I388 B04A SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L_CON 220n IL21 220n IL23 SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R_CON 2L24 IL22 33R 33R E_PAGE 10K 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 7313-2 BC847BPN RESET_n +3V3_SW P8<0:7> TA0OUT TXD2 SDA2 TB5IN TA0IN RXD2 SCL2 TA1OUT V CLK2 TA1IN V V CTS2 RTS2 TA2OUT W TA2IN W TA3OUT 100R 1n0 22R 4K7 6307 BZX384-C6V8 10K 100R 100R IL20 33R 3L22 +12V_DISP RES 1n0 3384 3372 1302 15 9 8 STANDBY STANDBYn FOR DVB ONLY 100R FRONT_C_IN_T A(1:7) RES 2328 EMC 2329 EMC 2330 EMC 2331 4 I365 RD 6306 BZX384-C6V8 18 17 16 +5V_STANDBY 6313 RES BZX384-C6V8 ADDR 19 1K0 3L11 RES 3376 I362 FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN_T 3L23 RST_H 7322 PDTC114ET 100R F304 I390 100R 100R F368 RES 3L14 TA4OUT U TA4IN U 0 INT 1 2 ZP NMI XCOUT XCIN P4<0:7> I 20 RES 3L26 RES I341 3344 I342 3346 P9<0:7> 3380 HEAD_PH_L 4316 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 22R 100R 100R I336 B11B-PH-K 6312 RES BZX384-C6V8 1305 A(16) A(17) A(18) A(19) 3381 3343 3345 I364 98 FL23 R_FRONT_IN FL24 FL25 FL26 13 100R 4L24 RES 3L24 4L25 RES 3L25 FL22 L_FRONT_IN RES 6305 BZX384-B5V1 61 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 WR IIC_SDA_up IIC_SCL_up 99 3396 +5V_STANDBY RES 3362 10K F386 I326 3368 I357 IBO_RESET I389 FL20 FL21 FRONT_C_IN 1310 DATA 5 4 3 2 1 100 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 7310 M29W800DT-70N6 +3V3_STBY 6311 RES BZX384-C6V8 A(8) A(9) A(10) A(11) A(12) A(13) A(14) A(15) CS +3V3_STBY F302 BZX384-C6V8 CLK3 SIN3 SOUT3 DA0 DA1 CLK4 ANEX0 SOUT4 ANEX1 SIN4 ADTRG P2<0:7> 2 +3V3_STBY 10K 100R 4L20 RES 3L20 4L21 RES 3L21 1304 LED1 KEYB LIGHT_SENSOR SC1_STATUS SC2_STATUS HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET RST_AUD LED2 ESD_RST F323 TBIN<0:4> 4 8 100n 1 7 ALE_EMU RES 3327 3329 KI<0:3> DATA P3<0:7> 2323 +3V3_STBY P10<0:7> 330R 100R 330R 100R 100R 100R 100R 330R 1309 10K 6 +3V3_STBY I311 3313 3315 RES 3317 3320 3322 3303 3L05 3324 I313 I314 I315 I317 I395 F362 I320 11 HEAD_PH_R RES BZX384-C6V8 A(8:19) 3 7323-1 NL27WZ08USG RES 3312 RES 3311 VREF 95 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 3310 2313 CNVSS A<0:7> 3V2 47K 5 330R G 10K RST SM 0603 JUMP.00 PH B CER1 0603 NP0 50V 22P COL RST SM FUSE 1206 1R PM5 R BYTE 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1M20 2321 UART CON For Development only POWER_DOWN I352 78 I331 77 I333 76 I335 75 I338 74 F385 73 72 F361 71 CON V 6P M 2.00 PH B RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 10K I353 I330 I332 I334 I337 I339 I399 MUTEn CTRL_DISP1_up CTRL_DISP4_up BL_ON_OFF ANTI_PLOP HDMI_INT ESD_INT RES 3363 RES 3332 1K2 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 1304 3L09 P0<0:7> RES 3334 RES 3335 RES 3331 3300 AD(0:7) 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K +3V3_STBY RES 3333 10K C AD(0) AD(1) AD(2) AD(3) AD(4) AD(5) AD(6) AD(7) Φ 10 FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN 3L08 IN 9 Description 97 1301 10M F381 2317 100n +3V3_STBY VCC 8 3370 10K RES 3L07 3 SUB GND +3V3_SW RES 6317 BZX384-C3V3 Item 14 60 +3V3_STBY 10K 10K 6 100R I387 7 1K0 10 100R 96 3318 3321 RES 3323 CNVSS F380 11 7 RES 3L06 10K 3325 2 3316 4 3V3 VOUT ER 15p 1V5 10K I312 2316 3314 100n Φ F330 1 E 6 10K VDD 7311 M30300SAGP 15p 1V5 13 2314 3319 100n BAS316 6301 5 7312 BD45275G 2315 +3V3_STBY B 5301 +3V3_STBY CPU_RST 100n 2312 A D +3V3_STBY MICROPROCESSOR B04A 5 iTV 4 2310 3 100n 2 60R 1 G_16860_008.00 SM PH R 1315 3L10 AN0<0:7> 3364 3338 3339 3340 3341 3342 1312 AVCC XTAL 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CON V 11P M 2. 0R05 COL AN2<0:7> 7316 BC847BW 8 3L15 3399 100K +3V3_STBY 7323-2 NL27WZ08USG CE +3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY 4L09 0 1 2 3 AN 4 5 6 7 D<0:7> 3383 RES 4323 F 100n RST SM 0603 10K PM5 COL D<0:7> 3398 I394 DC_PROT RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 3L13 RESET +3V3_STBY RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL RES 6308 PDZ6.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.00 PH B RES 3306 2318 RES 4324 RES 4325 F379 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R CON V 10P M 2.2-B 3356 1308 1K5 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 6310 6318 RST SM 0603 3K3 PM5 COL 3354 1306 3L04 1K5 2338 7308 BC847BW I393 220n 3395 0V8 RST SM 0603 3K3 PM5 COL 3352 RST SM 0603 10K PM5 COL OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 3351 1307 I380 7317 BC847BW 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 3L12 INT<3:5> A(0) A(1) A(2) A(3) A(4) A(5) A(6) A(7) +12V_DISP 3320 3322 RES 6309 BZX384-C6V8 3393 22K CER1 0603 NP0 50V 22P COL 1K0 A(0:7) 2322 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL P1<0:7> +3V3_STBY 15K 3394 CON V 7P M 2.1E LA 7.eps 250107 12 13 1301 B3 1302 I2 1303 I2 1304 A9 1305 I9 1306 H8 1307 I8 1308 I8 1309 I8 1310 I9 1311 H7 1312 H5 1314 I3 1M20 H8 2310 A4 2311 C13 2312 A4 2313 A4 2314 B3 2315 B1 2316 B3 2317 B2 2318 C3 2319 E11 2320 F9 2321 G7 2322 G7 2323 G1 2324 F7 2325 F8 2326 E8 2327 H9 2328 I10 2329 I10 2330 I10 2331 I10 2332 I12 2333 I10 2334 I11 2335 I11 2336 I11 2337 I12 2338 E2 2339 I12 2340 I10 2L20 A10 2L21 A10 2L22 A11 2L23 A11 2L24 A12 2L25 A12 2L26 B10 2L27 B10 2L28 B11 2L29 B11 2L30 B10 2L31 B10 2L32 B11 2L33 B11 3300 C1 3303 B5 3304 D6 3305 G12 3306 F7 3307 G7 3308 G12 3309 G12 3310 B6 3311 B5 3312 B5 3313 B5 3314 B3 3315 B5 3316 B2 3317 B5 3318 B3 3319 B2 3320 B5 3321 B3 3322 B5 3323 B3 3324 C5 3325 C1 3326 D11 3327 C5 3328 D10 3329 C5 3330 D10 3331 C2 3332 D2 3333 C1 3334 C2 3335 C2 3336 E11 3337 E9 3338 D3 3339 D3 3340 D3 3341 D3 3342 D3 3343 I1 3344 D5 3345 I1 3346 D5 3347 D5 3348 D5 3349 E5 3350 E5 3351 G7 3352 G7 3353 F11 3354 G7 3355 G11 3356 G7 3357 G11 3358 F7 3359 F7 3360 G5 3361 F5 3362 C6 3363 D2 3364 D3 3365 F5 3366 F5 3367 F5 3368 C5 3369 G5 3370 G5 3371 G5 3372 H2 3373 G5 3374 G13 3375 H2 3376 D6 3377 E7 3378 F7 3379 E7 3380 D5 3381 G2 3382 E7 3383 F2 3384 H2 3385 H2 3386 H2 3387 E5 3388 E5 3389 I11 3390 I11 3391 I11 3392 I11 3393 E1 3394 D1 3395 E2 3396 C7 3397 E5 3398 E2 3399 E2 3L01 G6 3L02 H5 3L04 E2 3L05 B5 3L06 H6 3L07 H7 3L08 H5 3L09 H5 3L10 H11 3L11 C7 3L12 G7 3L13 G7 3L14 G9 3L15 F1 3L20 A11 3L21 A11 3L22 B11 3L23 B11 3L24 A11 3L25 A11 3L26 D5 4301 F6 4302 H11 4303 H12 4306 G12 4307 G12 4308 H5 4309 I12 4310 I11 4313 H6 4314 H11 4315 H11 4316 G9 4323 F1 4324 D2 4325 D2 4L20 A11 4L21 A11 4L24 A11 4L25 A11 5301 A4 5302 C13 5304 I11 6301 B2 6302 D10 6303 E10 6304 E10 6305 F9 6306 I2 6307 I2 6308 H8 6309 I8 6310 I8 6311 I9 6312 I9 6313 I9 6317 D1 6318 E2 7308 E1 7310 C12 7311 B3 7312 B1 7313-1 D9 7313-2 C10 7314 F6 7315 F10 7316 F2 7317 E1 7320 H11 7321 H12 7322 C7 7323-1 G1 7323-2 F1 F302 C6 F303 G6 F304 C6 F305 F5 F309 H5 F310 C11 F311 C11 F312 C13 F313 C11 F314 C13 F315 C11 F316 C13 F317 C11 F318 C13 F319 C11 F320 C13 F321 C11 F322 C13 F323 B6 F324 D11 F325 D13 F326 D11 F327 D13 F328 D11 F329 D11 F330 B1 F331 D11 F332 D11 F333 D11 F334 D11 F335 D11 F336 D11 F337 D13 F338 D11 F339 D11 F340 D11 F341 E11 F342 I2 F343 I2 F344 I3 F345 G10 F346 H5 F347 I5 F348 I5 F349 I5 F350 F8 F351 I5 F352 I5 F353 I5 F354 I5 F356 E8 F357 H8 F360 I9 F361 D3 F362 C5 F363 G11 F364 G11 F365 G11 F366 E11 F367 E11 F368 C13 F369 E11 F370 G6 F379 D2 F380 B3 F381 B3 F382 I10 F383 I10 F384 I10 F385 D3 F386 C5 F387 I10 FL20 A9 FL21 A9 FL22 A9 FL23 A9 FL24 A9 FL25 A9 FL26 A9 I311 B5 I312 B3 I313 B5 I314 B5 I315 B5 I317 B5 I318 G9 I320 C5 I321 D10 I322 D10 I323 D10 I326 C5 I328 D10 I329 E9 I330 D1 I331 D3 I332 D1 I333 D3 I334 D1 I335 D3 I336 D5 I337 D1 I338 D3 I339 D1 I341 D5 I342 D5 I344 D5 I345 E5 I347 G6 I349 G6 I351 F5 I352 D3 I353 D1 I354 F5 I357 C5 I359 G5 I362 D6 I363 G5 I364 D5 I365 G3 I366 E6 I367 E6 I368 G3 I369 H5 I370 H5 I373 I10 I374 I11 I376 I12 I380 E1 I382 G5 I383 H5 I384 H3 I387 B3 I388 D6 I389 C5 I390 C6 I391 H6 I392 H6 I393 E2 I394 E2 I395 B5 I396 E5 I397 E5 I398 E5 I399 D1 IL20 A11 IL21 A12 IL22 A11 IL23 A12 . 43 SSB: Micro Processor RES *2L23 RES *2L22 10p 10p * * 10p 1n0 1n0 RES *2L33 RES *2L32 1n0 22n 2L29 * 100p 2L28 22n 10p RES *2L21 RES * * *2L20 1n0 RES *2L31 RES *2L30 100p RES *2L27 RES * 2L26 10u 2311 37 RB RP WE OE CE BYTE NC 27 F312 F314 F316 F318 F320 F322 F325 F327 AD(0) AD(1) AD(2) AD(3) AD(4) AD(5) AD(6) AD(7) F337 A(0) C D 9 10 13 14 46 100R 100n 1N4148 8M-1 29 31 33 35 38 40 42 44 30 32 34 36 39 41 43 45 E 1312 1311 5 I391 I392 4 3 2 1 ITV_Connector A: F346 F347 F349 F348 F353 F351 F352 F354 I318 1 2 3 5 6 7 10K 3353 6 SCL ADR 5 SDA 4 F364 F365 3355 100R 3357 100R 3 7320 BSH111 8 3 7321 BSH111 3389 5304 3390 3391 RES 3392 F382 I373 F383 F384 F387 10 3K3 G +3V3_SW IIC_SDA IIC_SCL 3V2 +5V_STANDBY +3V3_STBY 9 2 RES 4314 RES 4315 EMC 2327 10n F360 IIC_SCL IIC_SDA RES 4307 2 100p F357 3308 RES 4306 F345 BOLT_ON_SDA BOLT_ON_SCL 3K3 F363 3V3 7 WC EEPROM 0 1 2 RES 3374 +3V3_STBY +3V3_SW BOLT_ON_SDA 1M20 ITV_SPI_DATA_IN ITV_SPI_CLK REMOTE CPU_RST STANDBY SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT Φ (8Kx8) +3V3_SW 3305 BACKLIGHT_BOOST DVB_SW RST +3V3_STBY +3V3_SW BOLT_ON_SCL E_PAGE 7315 8 M24C64-WMN6 +3V3_STBY 1 3K3 3K3 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 B7B-PH-K BOLT_ON_SCL BOLT_ON_SDA +5V_STANDBY +3V3_SW +5V_SW 22u F +3V3_STBY 2320 4K7 4K7 3K3 RES FOR BDS 3L12 3352 3K3 3356 100R RES 2322 100p RES FOR BDS 3L13 3351 3354 100R RES 2321 +3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY 4K7 RES 4313 PANEL I383 4308 BOOT LOADER I369 3L08 100R I370 3L09 100R 3358 3359 RES 2324 RES 3307 I347 100R F309 +3V3_STBY 1 I349 RES I382 3L02 RES 2325 100p TO / FROM IR/ LED & KEYBOARD 4 0 A RES 3309 10K 100R 12 11 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A-1 IIC_SCL_up F370 F303 3139 123 6261.

0R05 COL 4208 RST SM 0603 JUMP.3V 2297 3224 F215 CTRL_DISP4 CTRL_DISP4_up 100p RES F214 CTRL_DISP3 100p RES 100R 3238 100R 3235 I236 STANDBYn CX_MCLK CX_CLKE CX_CS0# CX_RAS# CX_CAS# CX_WE# SDI TXCLKp DISPEN On time : H Off time : Don’t care CPU-GO On time : H Off time : Don’t care PDP-GO On time : H Semi standby : L Off time : Don’t care CTRL_DISP1 CTRL_DISP2 CTRL_DISP3 CTRL_DISP4 TXCp1 TXCLKn1 TXCLKp1 TXDn1 BOLT_ON_SCL BOLT_ON_SDA TXDp1 3246 3247 36 34 32 31 VDISP 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 F21821 20 F219 19 F220 18 17 F221 16 F222 15 14 F223 13 F224 12 11 F225 10 F226 9 8 F227 7 F228 6 5 4 3 2 100R 1 F230 100R 37 35 33 DISPLAY CONTROL LVDS CONNECTOR 1G51 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 F217 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 31 FOR LCD ONLY 4 5 6 J RES 2278 22u RES 2281 10u 8 I I241 RES 4207 L CX_PDVDD 7 H K BL_ADJUST G_16860_009.eps 250107 3 G 0-1453230-3 3139 123 6261. 0R05 COL 4205 RST SM 0603 JUMP.1E LA 7.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7. 44 SSB: Video Processor 5 15 16 3253 38 3266 37 19 3268-2 18 3268-4 17 3271-1 16 3271-3 2 2 4 1 3 7 5 8 6 3253 RST SM 0603 22R PM5 COL 3254 RST SM 0603 22R PM5 COL 3256 RST SM 0603 22R PM5 COL 3257 RST SM 0603 10K PM5 COL 3258 RST SM 0603 10K PM5 COL 4204 RST SM 0603 JUMP.3V 5212 1 20 21 DLW21S RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 23 3263-1 24 3263-2 25 3263-3 26 3263-4 29 3264-1 30 3264-2 31 3264-3 32 3264-4 33 3265-1 34 3265-2 22 3265-4 35 3265-3 DLW21S RST SM 0603 10K PM5 COL 3246 47K 6202 BZX384-C5V6 CX_BA0 CX_BA1 DLW21S RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 3245 2229 100n 20 21 DLW21S 3243 MA RES 7207 SI3441BDV 3213 28 RST SM 0603 4K7 PM5 COL VSSQ 1210 RST SM 0603 220R PM5 COL 3242 H DQM L 1211 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 3241 0 1 CLK CKE CS RAS CAS WE 1212 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 3238 0 1 2 3 4 0 5 A 1M-1 6 7 8 9 10 11 1213 3235 CX_MA(0) CX_MA(1) CX_MA(2) CX_MA(3) CX_MA(4) CX_MA(5) CX_MA(6) CX_MA(7) CX_MA(8) CX_MA(9) CX_MA(10) CX_MA(11) I216 +3V3_SW VDD 41 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 124 123 122 121 118 117 116 115 114 113 125 126 VDISP 12V1 3V2 BA 54 3233 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 39 15 F210 220R D 6 RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL CX_DQM(3) CX_DQM(2) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 12 RST SM 0603 47K PM5 COL 3227 DQ(0:31) NC 46 RST SM 0603 47R PM5 COL 3217 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 DQ(24) DQ(25) DQ(26) DQ(27) DQ(28) DQ(29) DQ(30) DQ(31) DQ(16) DQ(17) DQ(18) DQ(19) DQ(20) DQ(21) DQ(22) DQ(23) Φ DRAM 1M X 16 X 4 52 RST SM 0603 47K PM5 COL 3216 VDDQ 36 40 100n 0 1 2 3 ADDR 4 5 6 7 CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N COL 3213 100n 2221 CX_MA(0) CX_MA(1) CX_MA(2) CX_MA(3) CX_MA(4) CX_MA(5) CX_MA(6) CX_MA(7) CX_MA(8) CX_MA(9) CX_MA(10) CX_MA(11) 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 220R 5215 220R 5217 VSS 54 VSSQ 6 52 H DQM L 7205 IS42S16400D-6TL 2269 2294 DQ(15) DQ(14) DQ(13) DQ(12) DQ(11) DQ(10) DQ(9) DQ(8) DQ(7) DQ(6) DQ(5) DQ(4) DQ(3) DQ(2) DQ(1) DQ(0) DQ(23) DQ(22) DQ(21) DQ(20) DQ(19) DQ(18) DQ(17) DQ(16) DQ(31) DQ(30) DQ(29) DQ(28) DQ(27) DQ(26) DQ(25) DQ(24) 100n CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N COL 2222 100n 100n 2220 100n 2219 100n 2218 2217 14 27 3 9 43 49 1 0 1 CLK CKE CS RAS CAS WE 12 10u 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 5 6 28 100n BA SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 2272 CER2 0805 X7R 16V 1U PM10 R 2267 VSSC 14 14 7 2216 2235 100n 100n 2233 1K0 3211 CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N COL 2248 1215 7 39 15 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 3 5211 RES I211 7210 SI4835BDY D 85 V5SF PDVDD PLL_VCC 46 LVDSVCC 52 LVDSVDDP 200 202 208 3 2210 I217 I218 163 162 150R 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 DP 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 DP_HS DP_VS DP_CLK DP_DE_FLD 22R RES FOR ITV ONLY 2234 CX_PAVDD1 CX_PAVDD2 CX_AVDD3_ADC1 CX_AVDD3_ADC2 166 AVDD3_BG_ASS 165 AVDD3_OUTBUF 168 AVDD3_ADC 195 177 186 AVDD_ADC 193 178 AP/CH/LT PDP AP/CH/LT LCD ELCAP SM SEV 25V 100U PM20 R 22R 3256 CX_DQM(1) CX_DQM(0) 23 3260-1 24 3260-2 25 3260-3 26 3260-4 29 3261-1 30 3261-2 31 3261-3 32 3261-4 33 3262-1 34 3262-2 22 3262-4 35 3262-3 DLW21S 192 157 MD ELCAP SM 16V 100U PM20 COL R 3239 3255 I264 0 1 2 3 4 0 5 A 1M-1 6 7 8 9 10 11 1214 I239 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ELCAP SM 16V 100U PM20 COL R 2209 100n 8 +3V3_SW 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 VDD 60R RES 3272 100n 2 207 ELCAP SM SEV 25V 100U PM20 R LVDSGND 2277 169 I257 I258 2208 1 2 2294 6 9 100n PC_VGA_H 22R 7211-4 74LCX14T 100n CVBS_OUT RES 4213 5 2n7 2n7 CER2 0603 X7R 16V 100N COL I270 3254 100n FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R 2207 I269 7211-3 74LCX14T 14 7 4K7 22R 2298 B04B RES 2285 RES 2283 4 3 RES 3240 +5V_SW 14 7 7211-2 74LCX14T 2245 FIL CM SM 50V 100MHZ 67R R 1218 PLL_GND 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 84 158 159 98 108 134 146 1217 13 28 54 75 97 120 137 161 14 22R 22R 2273 2275 2276 150R 4K7 2 1 3251 2293 10u Description PDVSS 5 220R 6 220R 7 220R 8 220R 5 220R 6 220R 7 220R 8 220R I238 +3V3_SW 3250 1 17 A 47 ALE_EMU CVBS_RF 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 EU/US LCD-iTV Item 1 2 Y_G 3 PC_G 1 2 PR_R 3 PC_R 1 2 PB_B 3 PC_B EU PDP 0 GPIO 1 1 2 PAVDD 38 FRONT_C_IN_T VGA_H 60R +5V_STANDBY 201 AD(0) 3203-4 4 AD(1) 3203-3 3 AD(2) 3203-2 2 AD(3) 3203-1 1 AD(4) 3204-4 4 AD(5) 3204-3 3 AD(6) 3204-2 2 AD(7) 3204-1 1 FOR NON SIDE IO RES 4209 I253 CX_AVDD_ADC4 F211 5213 203 206 1 AD(0:7) 8 100R 7 100R 6 100R 5 100R 8 100R 7 100R 6 100R 5 100R 19 72 12 27 53 74 96 119 136 160 CS WR_ RD_ SCL SDA INTN RESET 167 AVSS_BG_ASS 164 AVSS_OUTBUF I 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 VDDM VIDEO PROCESSOR O A(0:7) 3201-1 3201-2 3201-3 3201-4 3202-1 3202-2 3202-3 3202-4 VDDH XTAL 176 187 194 179 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 26 25 24 22 21 18 17 16 15 14 11 10 9 8 7 4 5 23 6 VDDC I EU LCD 180 181 182 183 188 189 190 191 196 197 198 199 HDMI_Y(0) HDMI_Y(1) HDMI_Y(2) HDMI_Y(3) HDMI_Y(4) HDMI_Y(5) HDMI_Y(6) HDMI_Y(7) HDMI_Cb(0) HDMI_Cb(1) HDMI_Cb(2) HDMI_Cb(3) HDMI_Cb(4) HDMI_Cb(5) HDMI_Cb(6) HDMI_Cb(7) HDMI_Cr(0) HDMI_Cr(1) HDMI_Cr(2) HDMI_Cr(3) HDMI_Cr(4) HDMI_Cr(5) HDMI_Cr(6) HDMI_Cr(7) A(0) A(1) A(2) A(3) A(4) A(5) A(6) A(7) CX_AVDD3_BG_ASS CX_AVDD3_OUTBUF 2244 60 59 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n HDMI_H HDMI_V HDMI_VCLK HDMI_DE 7211-1 74LCX14T 2215 2214 2213 100n 2232 I214 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 DQ(8) DQ(9) DQ(10) DQ(11) DQ(12) DQ(13) DQ(14) DQ(15) DQ(0) DQ(1) DQ(2) DQ(3) DQ(4) DQ(5) DQ(6) DQ(7) 2291 10u 60R 99 110 135 147 H DQ(0:31) 5227 CX_PAVDD I254 Φ DRAM 1M X 16 X 4 NC I252 CX_AVDD_ADC3 2290 10u 20 73 150R RES 3229 RES 3231 RES 3230 RES 3228 RES 3232 HDMI_Cr(0:7) VDDQ 36 40 60R 5226 CX_AVDD_ADC1 CX_AVDD_ADC2 CX_AVDD_ADC3 CX_AVDD_ADC4 100n 100n 2243 61 62 63 57 58 56 86 I232 I233 HDMI_Cb(0:7) 2287 10u 5225 CX_PDVDD I251 100n 100n 100n 10u 100n 2242 204 2250 2251 2252 2253 2254 2255 2256 2257 2258 2259 2260 2261 150R 150R FOR NON SIDE IO RES FRONT_Y_CVBS 4208 HD_Y_IN SC1_G_IN FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN_T IBO_G_IN HD_PR_IN SC1_R_IN SC2_Y_CVBS_IN IBO_R_IN HD_PB_IN SC1_B_IN SC1_CVBS_IN IBO_B_IN 150R 100n 2211 100n 2241 205 I230 I231 150R 2212 10u 2230 100n 100n 100n 2238 2240 7202 SVP CX32 F232 +5V_SW 2286 10u 5224 F231 100n 60R 2239 10u 100n 14M31818 RES 3220 20p 4K7 3222 RES 3219 4K7 2247 G 7204 IS42S16400D-6TL 20p 1201 2246 HDMI_Y(0:7) I249 CX_AVDD_ADC2 60R 60R 30R +3V3_SW 3221 5214 +3V3_SW 5216 100R 3215 I256 FRONT_C I213 5222 CX_PAVDD2 I247 22R I210 12 2236 100R 3257 14 CX_AVDD_ADC1 2282 10u 2292 10u CS WR RD IIC_SDA INT RST_H 3248 10 2237 +1V8S_SW I248 CX_AVDD3_ADC2 60R 60R 7 RES 3258 13 60R 2279 10u ESD_INT 8 13 L 12 46 5210 +3V3_SW 14 7 7213-6 74LVC04APW VGA_V 11 7 14 6 11 3212 I255 I243 2288 10u 14 7 7213-5 74LVC04APW K 10 +3V3_SW 5220 I246 CX_PAVDD1 22R 5221 2289 10u 14 7 7 14 10K 3274 7213-4 74LVC04APW IIC_SCL CX_AVDD3_ADC1 2280 10u CX_AVDD3_OUTBUF I250 60R 4 3 7213-2 74LVC04APW 7213-3 74LVC04APW 3276 5 560R I267 9 J 9 +1V8S_SW 3244 60R 5223 C CX_AVDD3_BG_ASS 2284 10u 10K B 5218 I242 60R 560R 2 1 7214 BC847BW 3273 I266 ESD_RST 3275 14 7213-1 74LVC04APW I265 2231 A F 8 +1V8S_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW 5219 I245 E 7 VIDEO PROCESSOR B04B D 6 100n 4 100n 3 2210 2 2207 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1201 D4 1210 H12 1211 I12 1212 I12 1213 J12 1214 J12 1215 L7 1216 L7 1G50 H15 1G51 H17 2205 K7 2206 K7 2207 B17 2208 B16 2209 B16 2210 B17 2211 C5 2212 C5 2213 C5 2214 C5 2215 C5 2216 D9 2217 B13 2218 B13 2219 B13 2220 B13 2221 B13 2222 B13 2223 B14 2224 E12 2225 E12 2226 E13 2227 E13 2228 E13 2229 B14 2230 C5 2231 C5 2232 C5 2233 D8 2234 D8 2235 D8 2236 D3 2237 D4 2238 D4 2239 D4 2240 D4 2241 D4 2242 D4 2243 D5 2244 D5 2245 D8 2246 D3 2247 E3 2248 C15 2250 F4 2251 F4 2252 F4 2253 F4 2254 F4 2255 F4 2256 F4 2257 F4 2258 F4 2259 F4 2260 F4 2261 F4 2262 F16 2263 F16 2264 F16 2265 F16 2266 J11 2267 I8 2268 I8 2269 J11 2270 J11 2271 J10 2272 J10 2273 J3 2274 J10 2275 J3 2276 J3 2277 J3 2278 K9 2279 A7 2280 A6 2281 L8 2282 A9 2283 K15 2284 A4 2285 K15 2286 B7 2287 B9 2288 B6 2289 B4 2290 B7 2291 B9 2292 C7 2293 C9 2294 K3 2295 E13 2296 E13 2297 E13 2298 D8 3201-1 I4 3201-2 I4 3201-3 I4 3201-4 I4 3202-1 I4 3202-2 I4 3202-3 I4 3202-4 I4 3203-1 I4 3203-2 I4 3203-3 I4 3203-4 I4 3204-1 J4 3204-2 J4 3204-3 J4 3204-4 J4 3210 C16 3211 D8 3212 D2 3213 C15 3215 D2 3216 C15 3217 C16 3219 E1 3220 E2 3221 E1 3222 E2 3223 E16 3224 E16 3225 E16 3226 E16 3227 E16 3228 G2 3229 G2 3230 G2 3231 G2 3232 G3 3233 E16 3235 E16 3238 E16 3239 K4 3240 K3 3241 K9 3242 K9 3243 K9 3244 A7 3245 K8 3246 J14 3247 J14 3248 B7 3250 J2 3251 J3 3253 K3 3254 K2 3255 K3 3256 L3 3257 J1 3258 K1 3260-1 B12 3260-2 B12 3260-3 B12 3260-4 B12 3261-1 B12 3261-2 B12 3261-3 B12 3261-4 B12 3262-1 B12 3262-2 B12 3262-3 C12 3262-4 C12 3263-1 E12 3263-2 E12 3263-3 E12 3263-4 E12 3264-1 E12 3264-2 E12 3264-3 E12 3264-4 E12 3265-1 E12 3265-2 E12 3265-3 F12 3265-4 F12 3266 C12 3267 F13 3268-1 F12 3268-2 C12 3268-3 F12 3268-4 C12 3271-1 C12 3271-2 F12 3271-3 C12 3271-4 F12 3272 J9 3273 A2 3274 B2 3275 A3 3276 B3 4203 B14 4204 B15 4205 B15 4206 B15 4207 L9 4208 E2 4209 I2 4210 L6 4211 L7 4212 L7 4213 L8 4214 B16 4215 B16 5210 B4 5211 A16 5212 A14 5213 C9 5214 C4 5215 A16 5216 C3 5217 B16 5218 A6 5219 A4 5220 A8 5221 B6 5222 B8 5223 B4 5224 B7 5225 B8 5226 C7 5227 C8 5228 D13 6201 C17 6202 C15 7202 D4 7203 L9 7204 B11 7205 E11 7206 K9 7207 B16 7208 C15 7210 A15 7211-1 J2 7211-2 K2 7211-3 K2 7211-4 L2 7211-5 L4 7211-6 L5 7213-1 A3 7213-2 B3 7213-3 B3 7213-4 B3 7213-5 C3 7213-6 C3 7214 A2 F210 A17 F211 C9 F212 E16 F213 E16 F214 E16 F215 E16 F217 I17 F218 I15 F219 I15 F220 I15 F221 I15 F222 I15 F223 I15 F224 I15 F225 J15 F226 J15 F227 J15 F228 J15 F229 J15 F230 J15 F231 C5 F232 E4 I210 B5 I211 A16 I213 A13 I214 C5 I215 C16 I216 B15 I217 D8 I218 E8 I220 C15 I224 C15 I225 C16 I230 E4 I231 E4 I232 E4 I233 E4 I236 E15 I238 J4 I239 K4 I240 K8 I241 K9 I242 A6 I243 A7 I244 L8 I245 A4 I246 A9 I247 B7 I248 A6 I249 B9 I250 B4 I251 B7 I252 B9 I253 C9 I254 C7 I255 D2 I256 D2 I257 J4 I258 J4 I259 J10 I260 J10 I261 J10 I262 J10 I263 K8 I264 L3 I265 A3 I266 A2 I267 B3 I268 K6 I269 K7 I270 K7 I271 K8 . 0R05 COL 5215 DQM 1K0 I215 RES F229 RST SM 0603 22R PM5 COL 6201 3210 100p RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL 3250 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 3 CX_MA(0:11) CX_DQM(0) CX_DQM(1) CX_DQM(3) CX_DQM(2) 156 133 109 87 B 3216 I220 2248 22R CX_MCLK CX_CLKE 22R CX_CS0# 22R CX_RAS# 22R CX_CAS# 22R CX_WE# 100p 3247 0 1 2 3 22u 6. 0R05 COL 4206 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 0R05 COL 4209 0 1 2 3 A_D 4 5 6 7 ALE AIN_HS AIN_VS TB1 TCLK1 1 2 1 FS 2 FB IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R 5217 IND FXD 0805 EMI 100MHZ 220R R 6202 DIO REG SM BZX384-C5V6 COL R 7203 TRA SIG SM BC847BW (COL) R 7206 TRA SIG SM BC847BW (COL) R 7208 TRA SIG SM PDTC114ET (COL) R 7210 E3(VISH)R 7211 IC SM 74LCX14T (COL) R N_1 P_1 VREF N_2 P_2 BA C TESTMODE 100R VSSH VSSM AVSS_ADC PAVSS 1 2 0 1 CS0_ RAS_ CAS_ WE_ MCK CLKE PWM0 CVBS1 PLF2 MLF1 M P TXCLKn TXCLKp SC1_FBL_IN PC_VGA_V I268 100n 100n RES 2206 I259 I260 I261 I262 CX_BA0 CX_BA1 CX_CS0# CX_RAS# CX_CAS# CX_WE# CX_MCLK CX_CLKE 12 DLW21S 7 7 8 6 7 5 +12V_DISP 100n 2274 2266 100n 2270 2209 100u 16V 100u 16V RES 4214 2208 4K7 RES 4K7 RES 4K7 RES 4K7 RES 3223 60R LGE 3225 3226 100p RES 100p RES 2265 100R 2264 22u 6.1 2 F FHP CTRL-DISP4 TXAp1 E RESET Semi standby : H Normal and off : L PDWIN On time : H Off time : Don’t care TXCn1 TXDn 100n PDP CTRL-DISP3(Rev_Standby) TXBn1 TXCLKn 100n RES 4215 100n 2223 +5V_STANDBY RES 4203 4204 4205 4206 LCD_PWR_ON F213 CTRL_DISP2 7203 BC847BW 10K I244 3227 100R 3233 RES 1G50 TXBp1 F212 CTRL_DISP1 CTRL_DISP1_up 2263 100n 2296 22R 22R 22R 22R D 2262 100n 2295 100n 100n 2226 2228 100n 2225 100n 100n 2224 1 14 27 3 9 43 2227 22R FOR LCD ONLY I271 DLW21S CX_PAVDD 2271 TXDp 3243 100R I240 I263 1216 RES 4212 13 RES 4211 14 7211-6 74LCX14T 10 RES 4210 11 CX_MA(0) CX_MA(1) CX_MA(2) CX_MA(3) CX_MA(4) CX_MA(5) CX_MA(6) CX_MA(7) CX_MA(8) CX_MA(9) CX_MA(10) CX_MA(11) 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R IBO_CVBS_IN SC2_C_IN 175 174 185 184 3245 7211-5 74LCX14T +3V3_SW TXAn1 TXCn TXCp +3V3_SW LCD CTRL-DISP1 TXBn TXBp C I225 0V 7208 PDTC114ET 60R 41 5228 43 42 173 172 171 170 129 130 131 132 111 112 55 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 5 6 VSS TXAp SML-310 RES 3217 47K VDISP-SWITCH CTRL-DISP2(LCD_PWR_on) TXAn TXAp TXBn TXBp TXCn TXCp TXDn TXDp 128 127 1u0 I224 CX_BA0 CX_BA1 38 3267 37 19 3268-1 1 18 3268-3 3 17 3271-2 2 16 3271-4 4 TXAn 51 50 49 48 45 44 41 40 2267 2268 47R CX_DQM(0:3) 3242 3241 4K7 220R 7206 BC847BW RES 2205 49 39 M P M P M TC1 P M TD1 P TA1 RST SM 0603 JUMP.

0R05 COL F G_16860_010. 0R05 COL 4407 RST SM 0603 JUMP.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.with Side AV I412 I413 100R 100R 100p 100p 1V4 1V6 HDMI_SCK HDMI_WS XTAL 19 80 66 69 2419 3410 3411 RES 2446 RES 2447 IN Φ iTV 100n 67 3 2V4 XTALOUT 2V4 MOJO_I2S_OUT_SCK MOJO_I2S_OUT_WS RES XTALIN 3p3 IIC_SCL IIC_SDA C 2 2416 +5V_AUD DVSUP SUP 1 1411 18M432 RST_AUD AH A 4 3p3 35 25 B 61 62 7411 MSP4450P-VK-E8 000 2415 12 13 2414 10u 39 +5V_AUD 120R 7 8 9 1411 B3 2408 A4 2409 A4 2410 A4 2411 A2 2412 A4 2413 A6 2414 B2 2415 B3 2416 B3 2417 B7 2418 B7 2419 C3 2420 C6 2421 C7 2422 C7 2423 C6 2424 D7 2425 D7 2426 D7 2427 D7 2428 D6 2429 D7 2430 D7 2431 D7 2432 D2 2433 D3 2434 E3 2435 E3 2436 E3 2437 F4 2438 F4 2439 A3 2440 A3 2441 A4 2442 A4 2443 A6 2444 A6 2445 E3 2446 C3 2447 C3 3402 A1 3410 C3 3411 C3 3416 E2 3417 D8 3418 D8 3419 D8 3420 D8 4401 A2 4402 A2 4403 E3 4406 F3 4407 C3 4408 C3 4409 D3 4410 D3 4411 D3 4412 D3 5401 A1 5402 B1 5403 E2 7410 A4 7411 B4 F401 A4 F402 A4 F403 A5 I412 C3 I413 C3 I414 C6 I415 C6 I416 D6 I417 D6 I418 D6 I419 D6 I420 D3 I421 D4 I422 D4 I423 E4 I424 E4 I425 F4 I426 A3 I427 C4 I428 C4 I429 C2 I430 C2 I431 D4 I432 D2 .ANA IN2+ R L SC2_OUT R L SC3_OUT R L VREFTOP R SC1_IN L NC R SC2_IN L R SC3_IN L 4403 49 48 AUDIO_LS_R AUDIO_LS_L 28 2418 330p 29 58 57 23 24 0V2 0V2 HP_AUDIO_OUT_R HP_AUDIO_OUT_L +8V 40 6V7 2420 10u 16V 38 6V3 I414 2423 10u 16V 2422 330p 76 36 37 3V8 3V8 I416 I417 2424 2425 10u 10u 3417 3418 100R 100R SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L 33 34 3V8 3V8 I418 I419 2426 2427 10u 10u 3419 3420 100R 100R SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L 41 42 2428 100p 2429 100p 1 22 32 46 47 71 72 73 74 75 AH D 43 44 14 15 1 2 100n 45 2438 Item VREF A 59 60 VSS AGNDC 2437 10u 2421 330p 2430 100p E Description 4403 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 45 SSB: PNX2015: Audio Processor 2 3 4 AUDIO PROCESSOR 9 1n5 470p 2410 A F403 470p 1n5 2444 220p 2443 2413 5402 470p +5V_AUD 2412 1R0 8 +5V_D F402 470n 2411 10u 2440 120R 3402 I426 1n5 2442 +5V_D 2408 COM 5401 +5V_SW 7 +8V F401 1 OUT 220p 2441 A IN 2 4402 6 B04C 2409 +AUDIO_POWER_+12V_DISP 3 470n 4401 +12V_DISP 5 7410 L78L08ACU 2439 B04C 10u 16V 1 4411 RES 4412 I431 E 2432 RES 3416 5403 56p 470R 22u I420 DACA R L M CAPL 2436 10u I424 2V6 56 2445 100n SC1_AUDIO_IN_R SC1_AUDIO_IN_L 55 54 SC2_AUDIO_IN_R SC2_AUDIO_IN_L 53 52 COMP_AUDIO_IN_R COMP_AUDIO_IN_L SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R_CON SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L_CON HDMI_AUDIO_IN_R HDMI_AUDIO_IN_L 51 50 IN OUT DEL I2S CL WS DCTR_IO 0 1 SPDIF_OUT 1 2 DA 3 4 SC1_OUT IN1+ IN.1E LA 7.1 1 C 78 77 R SC5_IN L I425 2417 330p 30 31 R SC4_IN L 4406 F 0V6 0V6 I415 DA_OUT I421 1V5 63 I422 64 I423 65 26 27 CL3 WS3 7 16 20 21 330p 330p 330p 2433 2434 2435 SR SL A 6 SIF SUB CL WS 8 9 10 11 I432 DACM CL DA I2C ADR_SEL 17 18 MOJO_I2S_OUT_SD HDMI_SD C RESETQ STNDBYQ TESTEN TP I427 4 I428 5 I429 I430 R L B 70 AP/CH/LT with Side AV 4408 4407 MULTISTANDARD SOUND PROCESSOR OUT 2 3 79 RES 4409 RES 4410 D 68 AUD_CL_OUT EU. 0R05 COL 4406 RST SM 0603 JUMP.eps 250107 2 3 4 5 6 D 2431 100p 3139 123 6261. 0R05 COL 4408 RST SM 0603 JUMP. 0R05 COL 4411 RST SM 0603 JUMP.

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

SSB: YPBPR & Rear IO
1
2

B06A

3

LC7.1E LA

4

7.

5

46

6

7

8

9

10

11

YPBPR & REAR IO

B06A
A

A
FOR NON SIDE IO / ITV

MSD-246V1-145 NIDIP

FRONT_C

GND
9

10R
RES
2600

3617

RES
6610

3604
75R

PESD5V0S1BA

I615

3600

1606

F601

HD_PR_IN_ITV

F605

3

RES
2602

PESD5V0S1BA

PR

1601-3

B

YPbPr

1615-1 2

SVHS

RES
2603

3601
75R

3618

F602

4

1615-2 5

1609

C

F615

RES
6604
PESD5V0S1BA

PB

3609

3602

75R

10R

HD_PB_IN_ITV

1601-2 8
RES
4602

RES
6613

1615-3 8

3623

100K

I632

3605
75R

HD_PB_IN

R

9

150R

2607
I623

3608
33K

2608
3n3

I610

COMP_AUDIO_IN_L

220n

D

F609

2610

3611

RES
6614

C

100R

150R

I627

3612
33K

2612
3n3

I611

COMP_AUDIO_IN_R

220n

56K

RES
2601

7

BC857BW
7601

100R

1u0

L

MSD-246V1-145 NIDIP
3625

3624

6615

PESD5V0S1BA

3613
75R

1610

F608

+5V_SW

2617

RES
2606

3607
+5V_SW

F603

F604

RES
6612

FRONT_Y_CVBS

3622
1612

D

F607

RES
2609

1K0

1608

RES
6606
PESD5V0S1BA

I631

HD_Y_IN

100R

3619

6

MSD-246V1-145 NIDIP

4601

3603
75R

4

Y

PESD5V0S1BA

2

RES
6611

F614

PESD5V0S1BA

6

F606

PESD5V0S1BA

3

1613

5

1611

I633

1607

1

7

B
HD_Y_IN_ITV

1601-1

CVBS

HD_PR_IN

100R

E

E
F611

F616

2

1

3

220n

SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L

4603

1619

150R

L

1618

1603
MSD-242V-01 NIDIP (765A) LF

ITV Connector D
I635 2615

3621

RES
6607
PESD5V0S1BA

3616
33K

1
2
3
4
5
6

2616
3n3

R

F

HD_PR_IN_ITV
HD_Y_IN_ITV
HD_PB_IN_ITV
F612
7

8

VGA_H
VGA_V

F

F613
BM06B-SRSS-TBT
F610

I636 2614

3620

220n

4604

SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R

1614

150R
RES
6605
PESD5V0S1BA

3615
33K

2613
3n3

G

G

G_16860_011.eps
240107

3139 123 6261.1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1601-1 B2
1601-2 D1
1601-3 B2
1603 E2
1606 B7
1607 C7
1608 D3
1609 C3
1610 C7
1611 D7
1612 D2
1613 D7
1614 F2
1615-1 B7
1615-2 C7
1615-3 D7
1618 F2
1619 E7
2600 B3
2601 E2
2602 B8
2603 B8
2606 C8
2607 C9
2608 D9
2609 D4
2610 D9
2612 D9
2613 F4
2614 F4
2615 E4
2616 F4
2617 D2
3600 B4
3601 B8
3602 C4
3603 B8
3604 B4
3605 C8
3607 D8
3608 D9
3609 C2
3611 D8
3612 D9
3613 E1
3615 F3
3616 F3
3617 B9
3618 B9
3619 C9
3620 F3
3621 E3
3622 D4
3623 D4
3624 E4
3625 D4
4601 C2
4602 D2
4603 E5
4604 F5
6604 C3
6605 G3
6606 D3
6607 F3
6610 B8
6611 C8
6612 C8
6613 D8
6614 D8
6615 E2
7601 D4
F601 B3
F602 C3
F603 D2
F604 D1
F605 B7
F606 B7
F607 C7
F608 D7
F609 D7
F610 F3
F611 E3
F612 F7
F613 F7
F614 C7
F615 C2
F616 F1
I610 C10
I611 D10

I615 B4
I623 D9
I627 D9
I631 C4
I632 D3
I633 B1
I635 E4
I636 F4

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC7.1E LA

7.

47

SSB: I/O Scart 1 & 2
6

7

Item

ITV-Connector C

ITV-Connector B
1526
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

5

IO - SCART 1 & 2

B06B
A

4

SC1_B_IN
SC1_G_IN
SC1_R_IN
SC1_FBL_IN

1
2
3
4
5

SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R

SC2_AUDIO_IN_R
SC2_AUDIO_IN_L
SC2_Y_CVBS_IN_ITV
SC2_C_IN_ITV
6 7

10

11

12

13

B06B
Description

1504

SOC EURO V 21P F BK R-GRND B

1506

SOC EURO V 21P F BK R-GRND B

1525

CON V 5P M 1.00 SM SR R

1526

CON V 8P M 1.00 SM SR R

3516

A

RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL
RST SM 0603 680R PM5 COL

10

3523

RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL

B

RST SM 0603 680R PM5 COL

1524

6511

H

SC1_G_IN

16
17
18

SC1_R_IN

F541

CVBS_out

19

F527

Video/YC-Y_in

20

F529

100R

1K0

I550

68R

330p

PESD5V0S1BA

2502

RES 6523

PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA

RES 6501

330p

2506

33K

3508

3n3

2512

33K

3513

3n3

2520

SC2_C_IN_ITV
I557

RES
2538

3546
75R

SC2_C_IN

100R

RES
2524

3553
75R

F

3519
15R

3538
4K7

2536 I551 2525
I543
220n

SC1_FBL_IN

220n

3522
68R
RES
2526

5V2

I530 3V
3525
1K0

I552
RES
4502

3V7

7500
BC847B

I544

3521

I528

SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT

I556

SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT_ITV

SC1_CVBS_IN

3529

100R

RES
2530

7502
BC857BW

SC2_Y_CVBS_IN_ITV
I533

100R

3531
75R

G

1K0

3555

F530

E

6K8

SC2_STATUS

68R
3545

SC2_AUDIO_IN_L

I545

21

F542

I520

+5V_SW

PPTV/55
3532

2518

3552

RES 6509

F540

SC2_AUDIO_IN_R

220n

F523

15

RGB-R_out/YC-C_in

100R

3528

3535
RES
2535

RES 6522

14
3523

RES
2531

RES 6524

13

PESD5V0S1BA

12

I517

220n

F544

27K

PESD5V0S1BA

SC1_STATUS

1513

C

D

3550

1514

F539

RES
2529

PESD5V0S1BA

1501
1503
1508
1510

11

RES
2527

RES 6505

1500

330p

2508

330p

2514
75R

3517

10

2509

F543

3506

SC2_Y_CVBS_IN

H

+5V_SW

3540
4K7

15R

1523

1522

G

F532

9

SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L
SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L

3524

1520

PPTV/55

8

Function_Sw

1515

1519

21

F

SC1_B_IN

PESD5V0S1BA

F528

F538

PESD5V0S1BA

Video_in

20

3516
100R

SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R

I512

3502

3512

1518

19

150R

F518

RES 6525

Terr_CVBS_out

F526

6
7

3518
27K

150R

I510

150R

5

1521

F525

18

4F516

RES 6510

17

F514

Audio-L_in

6512

F524

F512

3

1N4148

RGB-BL_in

16

F531

2

SC1_AUDIO_IN_L

3515
33K

6513

15

Audio-R_in
Audio-L_out

1N4148

RGB-R_in

1

I541

220n
2523
3n3

RES
2528

150R

F510

Audio-R_out

6K8

14

E

SC1_AUDIO_IN_R
1506

2521

F537

150R

3520

1516

13

I540

220n

75R

12

1517

RGB-G_in

SCART 2
2515

3511
33K

2517
3n3

3526

F522
1512

11

SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R
3500

SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L

F536

3510

3514

1511

1509

10

RST SM 0603 100R PM5 COL

1K0

F521

9

3528

SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L

75R

8

F535

3530

Function_Sw

SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R

RST SM 0603 680R PM5 COL

75R

F520

3507
150R

3533

7

F534

3536

RGB-B_in

PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA

F519

150R

PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA

6

PESD5V0S1BA PESD5V0S1BA

1505

Audio-L_in

1507

5

RES 6504

F517

RES 6507

F515

4

RES 6514

3

RES 6520

Audio-L_out

RES 6515

F513

RES 6516

Audio-R_in

2

RES 6521

F511

6517

Audio-R_out

1

RES 6519

1504

PESD5V0S1BA

1502

SCART 1

RES 6518

3503
150R

3551

SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R

D

9

1525

B

C

8
iTV-Digital

3

iTV Analog

2

non-iTV

1

2534 I553 2533
I548
220n

I

220n

I549

7503
BC847B

7504
BC857BW

RES
4504

3537

SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS

1K0

3554

I554

SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT

68R

G_16860_012.eps
250107

3139 123 6261.1
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

I

1500 C9
1501 C9
1502 C3
1503 D9
1504 C2
1505 C3
1506 D8
1507 D3
1508 E9
1509 D2
1510 E9
1511 D3
1512 E2
1513 E9
1514 E9
1515 F9
1516 E3
1517 E3
1518 G9
1519 F3
1520 G3
1521 H9
1522 G3
1523 H3
1524 H3
1525 A2
1526 A1
2502 C10
2506 C10
2508 B4
2509 D12
2512 D10
2514 C4
2515 C5
2517 D4
2518 D12
2520 E10
2521 D5
2523 D4
2524 F10
2525 G10
2526 G10
2527 F4
2528 E4
2529 F4
2530 H10
2531 G4
2533 I11
2534 I10
2535 H3
2536 G10
2538 H3
3500 B10
3502 C10
3503 B4
3506 D10
3507 C4
3508 D11
3510 C4
3511 D4
3512 D10
3513 E11
3514 D4
3515 D4
3516 E4
3517 E4
3518 E3
3519 G10
3520 E4
3521 G12
3522 G10
3523 F4
3524 I11
3525 G10
3526 F4
3528 F4
3529 H10
3530 G4
3531 H10
3532 G4
3533 G4
3535 H3
3536 H4
3537 I12
3538 G11
3540 I12
3545 H4
3546 H4
3550 E10
3551 E10
3552 F11
3553 F11
3554 I12
3555 H12
4502 G11
4504 I12
6501 D10
6504 D3
6505 E10
6507 D3
6509 F10
6510 H9
6511 H3
6512 G5
6513 G5
6514 E3
6515 F3
6516 G3
6517 H3
6518 C3
6519 C3
6520 E3
6521 G3

6522 C10
6523 C10
6524 E10
6525 G9
7500 G10
7502 G11
7503 I11
7504 I11
F510 D9
F511 C2
F512 D9
F513 C2
F514 D9
F515 C2
F516 D9
F517 C2
F518 D9
F519 D2
F520 D2
F521 D2
F522 D2
F523 F9
F524 E2
F525 E2
F526 F2
F527 F9
F528 F2
F529 F9
F530 H5
F531 E2
F532 E9
F534 B4
F535 C4
F536 C4
F537 D4
F538 E5
F539 E4
F540 F4
F541 F5
F542 G4
F543 D11
F544 D11
I510 B11
I512 C11
I517 D12
I520 D12
I528 G12
I530 G10
I533 H12
I540 C5
I541 D5
I543 G10
I544 G12
I545 E11
I548 I11
I549 I11
I550 G4
I551 G10
I552 G11
I553 I11
I554 I12
I556 H12
I557 F12

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC7.1E LA

7.

48

SSB: HDMI
5

6

8

9

10

6

RX1-A
RX0+A

7851
BSN20

DOC_SDAA
DOC_SCLA

RX0-A
RXC+A

3881

2K2

44
43

RX1+A
RX1-A

48
47

RX2+A
RX2-A

52
51

RXC+A
RXC-A

40
39

HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET

RX0+B
RX0-B

63
62

I842 3883

RX1+B
RX1-B

67
66

RX2+B
RX2-B

71
70

RXC+B
RXC-B

59
58

100R

3882

DDC_RESET

2K2
7861
BC847BW
F876

HDMI_INT

104

F877

RST

AUDIO DAC

102
32
31

+3V3_SW +3V3_SW

G

30
29

3804
1R0
2805

16

3806
220R

9

VOUTL

DATAI
PLL0

VOUTR

SFOR

DEEM
CLKOUT

0
1

VSSD

HDMI_AUDIO_IN_L

I805
I806
2814
10n

7810
UDA1334ATS

2815
10n

MUTE

+3V3_SW

10

2

3811

3850
3

RES
4802

+3V3_SW

3807-1 1

8 33R

3807-4 4

5 33R

2

3807-3 3

8

3807-2 2

11
7

+5VHDMI_B

1

3809

3

10K

2

1
7824
BSN20

2810
10n

4803

+3V3_SW

2809 2813 I846
10n
18p
2828
18p

I828

3815
1M0
I848

4K7

56
NC 101
I862
103

3819

97
I847
33R

96
88

I864

HDMI_I2S_SCK

86

6 33R

I865

HDMI_I2S_WS

85

7 33R

I866

HDMI_I2S_SD

84
NC 78

15

HDMI_AUDIO_IN_R

5

I

VSSA

WS

F802

10K

13
SYSCLK
PLL1

VREF_DAC

1
6

F851

1823

I80314

10u

BCK

7825
BSN20

28M322

10u

I804 2812

Φ
DAC

+5VHDMI_A

9
34
33

RES

33R
HDMI_WS 3885

3805
220R

I802 2811

NC

3

I801

12

NC 107

F850

100n

VDDA

2808
6.3V 47u

VDDD

H

I863

4

100n

I845

6.3V 47u
2806

6.3V 47u
2802

28
27

33R

F801

100R
100R

33R
HDMI_SD 3886

2801

3896
3897

IIC_SCL
IIC_SDA

I844

HDMI_SCK 3884

3803
1R0

2807
100n

+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW

+1V8S_SW

+1V8S_SW

120R

5818

5815

5814

120R

5813

120R

120R

5811
120R
5812

120R

1n0

1n0

2860

2861

2845 100n

1n0
2859

2844 100n

1n0
2858

2843 100n

1n0
2857

2840 100n

1n0
2856

2839 100n

1n0
2855

2838 100n

1n0
2854

2836 100n

1n0
2853

2835 100n
1n0

2851 1n0

2852

1n0

1n0

1n0
2876
98

2873

2875

1n0

1n0

1n0
2871

2872

1n0
2870

AUDPGND

CGND

TMDS
PGND

IOGND

REGVCC

D

F875

77

MAIN
+
R0X0
+
R0X1
+
R0X2
NC

+
R0XC
+
R1X0
+
R1X1
+
R1X2
+
R1XC
INT
RESET
DSCL0
DSDA0
DSCL1
DSDA1
CSCL
CSDA
CLK48B
EVNODD
R0
PWR5V
R1
RSVD_A
RSVDL

Q

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
DE

HSYNC
SCDT
VSYNC
XTALIN
ODCK

6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
17
18
19
20
81
82
83
87
93
100

HDMI_Cb(0:7)
3835

33R

HDMI_Cb(0)

3851-1 1

8 33R

HDMI_Cb(1)

3851-2 2

7 33R

HDMI_Cb(2)

3851-3 3

6 33R

HDMI_Cb(3)

3851-4 4

5 33R

HDMI_Cb(4)

3852-1 1

8 33R

HDMI_Cb(5)

3852-2 2

7 33R

HDMI_Cb(6)

3852-3 3

6 33R

HDMI_Cb(7)

3852-4 4

5 33R

HDMI_Y(0)

3853-1 1

8 33R

HDMI_Y(1)

3853-2 2

7 33R

HDMI_Y(2)

3853-3 3

6 33R

HDMI_Y(3)

3853-4 4

5 33R

HDMI_Y(4)

3854-1 1

8 33R

HDMI_Y(5)

3854-2 2

7 33R

HDMI_Y(6)

3854-3 3

6 33R

HDMI_Y(7)

3854-4 4

5 33R

HDMI_Cr(0)

3855-1 1

8 33R

HDMI_Cr(1)

3855-2 2

7 33R

HDMI_Cr(2)

3855-3 3

6 33R

HDMI_Cr(3)

1

3855-4 4

5 33R

HDMI_Cr(4)

2

3856-1 1

8 33R

HDMI_Cr(5)

3

3856-2 2

7 33R

HDMI_Cr(6)
HDMI_Cr(7)

144
143
142
141
140
137
136
133
132
131
130
129
126
125
124
123
119
118
117
116
113
112
111
110

121

XTALOUT

E

HDMI_Y(0:7)

3

4

5

6

7

8

F

G
HDMI_Cr(0:7)

H

3856-3 3

6 33R

3856-4 4

5 33R

3857

33R

I813

3858

33R

F805

HDMI_H

3859

33R

F806

HDMI_V

3860

33R

I814

MCLKOUT
SCK
WS
SD0
SPDIF
MUTEOUT

HDMI_DE

HDMI_VCLK

G_16860_013.eps
240107

2

B

GND_HS

145

PVCC

54

22
35
74
79
92
105
114
128
139
23

5
16
26
76
89
109
122
134

0 1

IOVCC

3139 123 6261.1
1

I856

7817-1
SII9025CTU
RX0+A
RX0-A

I843

2833 100n

41
45
49
53
60
64
68
72
7813 3846
BSN20 4K7
I821

I861

F

2830 100n
AGND

+5VHDMI_B

7860
BC847BW

CVCC18

4
15
25
75
90
108
120
135

+3V3_SW +3V3_SW

DOC_SCLB
DOC_SDAB

2120
2322

AUDPVCC18

POWER

B

F869
F870

94

153
154
155
156
157
158

AVCC

RXC-B

1K0

7817-2
SII9025CTU

3828
4K7
I820

NC

HDMI CONNECTOR-2

7812
BSN20

RX0-B
RXC+B

3880

I857

VIA

RX2-B
RX1+B
RX1-B
RX0+B

2874

+3V3_SW

99

+3V3_SW

5

SDA

21
24
36
73
80
91
106
115
127
138

ADR

VIA

95

RX2+B

F871
F872

I855

37
55

6

SCL

VIA
VIA

159
160
161
162
163
164
165

2869 1n0

7

WC

DOC_SDAB
DOC_SCLB

1811
F861

I854

C

VIA

146
147
148
149
150
151
152

2818 100n

7817-3
SII9025CTU

2865 1n0

Φ
(256x8)
EEPROM
0
1
2

2803
100n

4

1
2
3

3802
47K

RES
4805

7811
M24C02-WMN6

7816
BC847BW

3801
47K

F873

8

3864

3810
4K7

DDC_RESET

2K2

I841

I853

I858

166
167
168
169
170

I840 3877

100R

7814
BC847BW

C

I852

2850 1n0

I823

2868 1n0

6802

BAT54 COL

2848 1n0

+5VHDMI_B

2867 1n0

HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET

I831

2866 1n0

I833

2847 1n0

7852 3834
BSN20 4K7
6801
BAT54 COL

2849 1n0

2829 100n

+5V_SW

+5VHDMI_A
1K0

38
42
46
50
57
61
65
69

DOC_SCLA
DOC_SDAA

2K2

+1V8S_SW

3833
4K7

+3V3_SW +3V3_SW

3863

I851

I822

RXC-A

3862

5810

I850
+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW

5

SDA

A

2819 100n

ADR

120R

5817

7

WC
SCL

2816 1n0

A

0
1
2

4

HDMI CONNECTOR-1

RX2-A
RX1+A

F874

Φ
(256x8)
EEPROM

1
2
3

2804
100n

2817 100n

RX2+A

3832
47K

RES
4804

7850
M24C02-WMN6
1810
DC1R019JBAR190
1
F832
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
F840
15
F841
16
17
F842
18
F843
19
2120
2322

3831
47K

3830
4K7

+3V3_SW

6830
BAT54 COL

6831

8

A

E

13

B06C

BAT54 COL

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

12

+5V_SW

+5VHDMI_A

D

11

HDMI

B06C

B

7

5816

4

120R

3

120R

2

XTALVCC

1

9

10

11

12

13

I

1810 A1
1811 D1
1823 H8
2801 G3
2802 H3
2803 C7
2804 A7
2805 G3
2806 H3
2807 H2
2808 H2
2809 H8
2810 H6
2811 H2
2812 I2
2813 H8
2814 I2
2815 I2
2816 B11
2817 B11
2818 C11
2819 B11
2828 H8
2829 B10
2830 B10
2833 B11
2835 B12
2836 B12
2838 B12
2839 B12
2840 B12
2843 B13
2844 B13
2845 B13
2847 C10
2848 C10
2849 C11
2850 C11
2851 C11
2852 C11
2853 C12
2854 C12
2855 C12
2856 C12
2857 C12
2858 C13
2859 C13
2860 C13
2861 C13
2865 C10
2866 C10
2867 C11
2868 C11
2869 C11
2870 C12
2871 C12
2872 C12
2873 C12
2874 C12
2875 C13
2876 C13
3801 C6
3802 C7
3803 G3
3804 G3
3805 I2
3806 I2
3807-1 I5
3807-2 I5
3807-3 I5
3807-4 I5
3809 H5
3810 C6
3811 H8
3815 H8
3819 I8
3828 D7
3830 A6
3831 A6
3832 A7
3833 B7
3834 B7
3835 E11
3846 E7
3850 H7
3851-1 E11
3851-2 E11
3851-3 E11
3851-4 F11
3852-1 F11
3852-2 F11
3852-3 F11
3852-4 F11
3853-1 F11
3853-2 F11
3853-3 G11
3853-4 G11
3854-1 G11
3854-2 G11
3854-3 G11
3854-4 G11
3855-1 H11
3855-2 H11
3855-3 H11
3855-4 H11
3856-1 H11
3856-2 H11
3856-3 H11
3856-4 I11
3857 I11
3858 I11
3859 I11
3860 I11
3862 B2
3863 C2
3864 C2
3877 C3
3880 E2

3881 F2
3882 F2
3883 F3
3884 I6
3885 I7
3886 I7
3896 G5
3897 G5
4802 H6
4803 H6
4804 A6
4805 C6
5810 A11
5811 A11
5812 A11
5813 A12
5814 A12
5815 A13
5816 A13
5817 A10
5818 A13
6801 C5
6802 C5
6830 A5
6831 A5
7810 I3
7811 C5
7812 D7
7813 E7
7814 C2
7816 C3
7817-1 E9
7817-2 D10
7817-3 C9
7824 H5
7825 H7
7850 A5
7851 B7
7852 B7
7860 F2
7861 F3
F801 G3
F802 H4
F805 I12
F806 I12
F832 A1
F840 B1
F841 B1
F842 B1
F843 B1
F850 H6
F851 H7
F861 D1
F869 E1
F870 E1
F871 E1
F872 E1
F873 C6
F874 A6
F875 D13
F876 F6
F877 G6
I801 H2
I802 H2
I803 H3
I804 I2
I805 I2
I806 I2
I813 I12
I814 I12
I820 D7
I821 E7
I822 B7
I823 C7
I828 I6
I831 C2
I833 C2
I840 C3
I841 C3
I842 F3
I843 F3
I844 G6
I845 G6
I846 H8
I847 H9
I848 I8
I850 A10
I851 A11
I852 A11
I853 A12
I854 A12
I855 A13
I856 A13
I857 A13
I858 A11
I861 F2
I862 H9
I863 H3
I864 I7
I865 I7
I866 I7

49 SSB: Headphone Amp & Muting 4 5 6 7 B06D HEADPHONE AMP & MUTING B06D 2901 A 3902 33p HPIC_LIN 3901 I901 47K 470n 2V6 2 2V6 3 F901 ITV Connector E 2V6 1 1901 B SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT_ITV 6 5 7901-1 TS482IDT 4 F908 8 2902 3908 33p 33R 10n I924 120K 3905 F904 2V6 6 2V6 5 47K 2907 470n 3 7901-2 TS482IDT I903 2V6 7 2906 33R 3910 I905 F903 33R 100u 16V EMC 2910 10n EMC 2912 5V3 10n C HP_ROUT 4903 MUTING CIRCUIT 3917 1 7911 BC847BW 2 1K0 I911 ANTI_PLOP 3911 10K F905 3 3V3 I912 3918 0V D 7902 BC857BW 1 7912 BC847BW 2 D 10K 3912 1K0 I919 4901 3 +3V3_STBY 3913 1 I920 3934 4K7 I913 I914 I915 6914 BAT54 COL 3937 STANDBY 3914 4K7 2940 47u 6.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1 1 C 3 +3V3_STBY E 1 RES 3909 HPIC_ROUT 3907 100K B 1900 YKB21-5157N 2 2913 220n 4 HPIC_RIN 10n EMC 2909 2908 220n 8 F910 470n 2904 F902 2905 3906 100K HP_AUDIO_OUT_R 33R 3904 2903 100u 16V I904 +5V_SW 5V3 1 2 3 4 I902 HPIC_LOUT A FOR NON SIDE IO EMC 2911 RES 3903 HP_AUDIO_OUT_L HP_LOUT 4902 120K 2 3 4 5 6 7 1900 B7 I915 E2 1901 B2 I916 E2 2901 A4 I917 E3 2902 A2 I918 E4 2903 B5 I919 D6 2904 C2 I920 E6 2905 B4 I921 E6 2906 C5 I922 F6 2907 C3 I923 F6 2908 B5 I924 B5 2909 A7 2910 C7 2911 A7 2912 C7 2913 B5 2940 E2 3901 A3 3902 A4 3903 A6 3904 B6 Item 1901 3905 C3 2901 3906 B3 2902 3907 C3 2903 3908 B4 2904 3909 B6 2905 3910 C6 2906 3911 D2 2907 3912 D4 2909 3913 D4 2910 3914 E4 2911 3915 E4 2912 3916 F4 3901 3917 C4 3902 3918 D4 3904 3934 E3 3905 3935 E2 3906 3937 E1 3907 3938 E2 3908 3940 F3 3910 3942 F5 3917 3943 F6 3918 4901 D3 4902 4902 A7 4903 4903 C7 7901 6914 E2 7911 6916 E3 7912 6919 F4 7901-1 A4 7901-2 B4 7902 D3 7911 C5 7912 D5 7913 D5 7914 E5 7915 E5 7916 F5 7917 E3 7919 E2 7922 F6 F901 B3 F902 B6 F903 C6 F904 C3 F905 D2 F908 A2 F910 B2 I901 A3 I902 B5 I903 C5 I904 B6 I905 C5 I911 D2 I912 D3 I913 E2 I914 E1 US iTV 3 non-iTV 2 EU iTV 1 Description CON V 4P M 1.eps 250107 3139 123 6261. 0R05 COL IC SM TS482ID (ST00) R TRA SIG SM BC847BW (COL) R TRA SIG SM BC847BW (COL) R . 0R05 COL RST SM 0603 JUMP.1E LA 7.00 SM SR R CER1 0603 NP0 50V 33P COL CER2 0603 Y5V 10V 470N COL ELCAP SM 16V 100U PM20 COL R CER2 0603 Y5V 10V 470N COL CER1 0603 NP0 50V 33P COL ELCAP SM 16V 100U PM20 COL R CER2 0603 Y5V 10V 470N COL CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N COL CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N COL CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N COL CER2 0603 X7R 50V 10N COL RST SM 0603 47K PM5 COL RST SM 0603 RC21 120K PM5 R RST SM 0603 33R PM5 COL RST SM 0603 47K PM5 COL RST SM 0603 100K PM5 COL RST SM 0603 100K PM5 COL RST SM 0603 RC21 120K PM5 R RST SM 0603 33R PM5 COL RST SM 0603 1K PM5 COL RST SM 0603 1K PM5 COL RST SM 0603 JUMP.3V I916 0V 3 3V3 3935 I917 7917 BC857BW 10K E 3 0V 3915 1 I922 3 +3V3_STBY 3916 1 7916 BC847BW 2 6919 BAS316 0V MUTEn 10K RES 3940 1K0 F SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R 7915 BC847BW 2 1K0 7919 BC847BW SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L 7914 BC847BW 2 I921 10K 3938 1 1K0 6916 BAS316 I918 SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R 7913 BC847BW 2 1K0 POWER_DOWN 3942 SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L ENGAGE F I923 7922 BC847BW 1K0 3943 10K G_16860_014.

4 50 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 AUDIO B07 B07 5A07 47n 2A46 60R IA40 RES 4A01 +AUDIO_POWER A +AUDIO_POWER_+12V_DISP A RES 4A02 47n 2A47 IA41 3A02 10R IA25 GNDSND 3A01 10R IA24 B 11V9 VDDA GNDSND FA02 +AUDIO_POWER GNDSND IA26 30R FA01 VSSA B 2A01 100n 5A05 -12V2 2A02 100n -AUDIO_POWER 12V2 5A06 30R IA27 +12V2 VSS 2A08 220u 25V VDD 2A04 220u 25V GNDSND GNDSND C VDDA 1u0 2A22 2A24 3A13 FA12 NC GNDSND VSSA 100n 2A29 3A26 22K 3A19 STANDBYn 2A40 10K 31 11 -8V2 IA19 18 IA33 4V7 5 3V2 IA21 6 -2V6 IA22 13 EMC 2A32 1n0 100n OUT2 IN2P DIAG IN2N HVP1 INREF HVP2 OSCREF BOOT1 OSCIO BOOT2 HVPREF STAB1 DREF STAB2 IA07 22 4 2V6 30 19 EMC FA04 2A18 1n0 NC NC 28 8V9 21 3V9 25 IA18 IA36 GNDSND 3A12 2A25 IA14 2A27 IA16 3A15 GNDSND 2A35 1n0 2A45 1n0 1M0 15n 15n 1M0 GNDSND 5A04 22u IA20 220n IA37 2A38 220n IA17 3A14 22R GNDSND E 7A05 BC857BW IA30 DC_PROT 24 -1V3 IA38 2A30 100n POWERUP D LEFT + GND GND RIGHT - 2A23 1n0 2A26 3A17 10R 1 2 3 4 VDD 2A28 470n ENGAGE IA31 7A06 BC847BW 2A31 1n0 3A27 FA32 IA29 TEST CGND VSSA VSSP VSS VSSD|HW F 220K 3A28 IA39 2A36 1n0 VSSA GNDSND FA07 FA08 FA10 FA11 10K E 2A20 IN1N OUT1 1735 B4B-PH-K 2A21 1n0 IA03 27 TO SPEAKERS 3A31 VSSA ENGAGE * 3A08 VDDP CLASS D POWER AMPLIFIER IN1P IA35 47K IA11 1u0 1u0 GNDSND 2A17 1n0 47K * 3A11 2A15 2A16 IA10 Φ 22R 3A29 FA09 IA05 2 -2V8 IA06 3 IA09 -2V8 15 2A19 -2V8 220p 14 IA12 -2V8 IA13 12 100n -7V6 100n IA15 10 39K 3A05 220K VSS GNDSND 2A33 2A34 VSSA 100n 100n GNDSND GNDSND GNDSND 7A07 BC847BW F 1u0 AUDIO_LS_R ** 3A06 3A07 2A12 220p IA04 220n 2A41 * 2A37 3A30 VDDA 3A04 FA06 2A10 100n 2A09 1u0 IA34 220n 2A14 470n 29 20 IA02 2A11 2A13 3A09 10R 1 16 17 32 IA01 26 23 * 3A03 8 FA05 5A03 22u IA23 GNDSND GNDSND 7A01 TDA8932T 9 AUDIO_LS_L PDP 6K8 22K 6K8 6K8 22K 6K8 470n D LCD 10K 12K 10K 10K 12K 10K 7 * 3A03 3A04 3A06 3A07 3A08 3A11 C VDD DC-DETECTION GNDSND GNDSND GNDSND GNDSND G G G_16860_015.1E LA 7.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts SSB: Audio 1 2 3 LC7.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1735 D11 2A01 B7 2A02 B9 2A04 C7 2A08 B9 2A09 D5 2A10 D5 2A11 D3 2A12 D4 2A13 D8 2A14 D8 2A15 D3 2A16 D3 2A17 D8 2A18 D6 2A19 D4 2A20 E3 2A21 D7 2A22 E3 2A23 E8 2A24 E3 2A25 E6 2A26 E8 2A27 E6 2A28 E8 2A29 E3 2A30 F6 2A31 F7 2A32 F4 2A33 F5 2A34 F5 2A35 E7 2A36 F7 2A37 D8 2A38 E8 2A40 F3 2A41 F9 2A45 E7 2A46 A6 2A47 B6 3A01 B6 3A02 B8 3A03 D2 3A04 D3 3A05 D9 3A06 D2 3A07 D2 3A08 D3 3A09 D7 3A11 E2 3A12 E6 3A13 E3 3A14 E9 3A15 E6 3A17 E7 3A19 F3 3A26 E3 3A27 F9 3A28 F9 3A29 E10 3A30 E10 3A31 F11 4A01 A6 4A02 A6 5A03 C7 5A04 E7 5A05 B6 5A06 B8 5A07 A6 7A01 D4 7A05 E11 7A06 F10 7A07 F10 FA01 C6 FA02 B8 FA04 D6 FA05 D2 FA06 D2 FA07 D11 FA08 D11 FA09 E2 FA10 D11 FA11 D11 FA12 E2 FA32 E11 IA01 D3 IA02 D3 IA03 D6 IA04 D9 IA05 D3 IA06 D4 IA07 D6 IA09 D4 IA10 D3 IA11 E3 IA12 E3 IA13 E4 IA14 E6 IA15 E4 IA16 E6 IA17 E9 IA18 E5 IA19 E4 IA20 E6 IA21 F4 IA22 F4 IA23 D6 IA24 B7 IA25 B9 IA26 B7 IA27 B9 IA29 F10 IA30 E10 IA31 E10 IA33 E4 IA34 C8 IA35 D7 IA36 D7 IA37 E8 IA38 E7 IA39 F7 IA40 A7 IA41 A6 .eps 240107 3139 123 6261.

Power Supply Lines All power supply lines are available in the supply line overview (see chapter 6). indicating on which schematic the signals are used. +5V Outgoing 1.1E LA 7. ingoing for PDP. so there will be a reference to the signal name in the SRP list. A reference is created for all signals indicated with an SRP symbol. PS. which automatically creates a list with signal references. 3104 313 6261. • Copy and paste the signal name in the "Search PDF" tool.2. Then you can zoom out. • All references to normal grounds (Ground symbols without additional text) are not listed in the reference list.3.g.eps 250107 . Additional Tip: When using the PDF service manual file. SDA) into a wire tree. or outgoing (created or adapted in the current schematic). 1. It is however indicated if a supply is incoming (created elsewhere). these symbols are: +5V name name +5V Power supply line.1. It is recommended to use at least Adobe PDF (reader) version 6. its direction depends on the circuit (e. 1.2. 51 SSB: SRP List 1. you can very easily search for signal names and follow the signal over all the schematics. with the "Select text" tool. SRP Schematics SRP is a tool. +5V Incoming Normal Signals For normal signals.2.2. due to better search possibilities in this version. are included in the SRP reference list. Remarks: • When there is a black dot on the "signal direction arrow" it is an SRP symbol. a schematic reference (e.). • Now you can quickly jump between the different occurrences and follow the signal over all schematics. In addition.1 +12V_DISP +12V_DISP +12V_DISP +1V2_MOJO +1V2_MOJO +1V8S_SW +1V8S_SW +1V8S_SW +1V8S_SW +1V8S_SW +3V3 +3V3 +3V3 +3V3 +3V3 +3V3_BUF +3V3_CORE +3V3_MOJO +3V3_MOJO +3V3_NOR48 +3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY +3V3_STBY +3V3_STV +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_VDDP +3V3clean +3V3clean +3V3FE +5V_AUD +5V_D +5V_IF +5V_STANDBY +5V_STANDBY +5V_STANDBY +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5VHDMI_A +5VHDMI_B +5VS +8V +AUDIO_POWER +AUDIO_POWER +AUDIO_POWER +AUDIO_POWER +IO_POWER +IO_POWER +VTUN +VTUN +VTUN 10046_TDO 10046_TDO 4MHZ_CLK 4MHZ_CLK 4MHz_MOJO 4MHz_MOJO A(0) A(0) A(0:7) A(0:7) A(1) A(1) A(1:7) A(10) A(11) A(12) A(13) A(14) A(15) A(16) A(17) A(18) A(19) A(2) A(2) A(3) A(3) A(4) A(4) A(5) A(5) A(6) A(6) A(7) A(7) A(8) A(8:19) A(9) A_MICLK A_MISTRT A_MIVAL A_MOCLK A_MOSTRT A_MOVAL AD(0) AD(0) AD(0:7) AD(0:7) AD(1) AD(1) AD(2) AD(2) AD(3) AD(3) AD(4) AD(4) AD(5) AD(5) AD(6) AD(6) AD(7) AD(7) Schematic B02 (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B02 (1x) B03D (2x) B02 (1x) B03B (2x) B03F (1x) B04B (3x) B06C (3x) B03B (3x) B03C (3x) B03D (8x) B03E (2x) B03F (1x) B03C (4x) B03C (2x) B02 (1x) B03F (2x) B03E (4x) B02 (1x) B04A (30x) B06D (3x) B03C (10x) B02 (1x) B04A (8x) B04B (13x) B06C (19x) B03D (3x) B03D (1x) B03F (1x) B03B (5x) B04C (3x) B04C (2x) B03A (4x) B02 (4x) B04A (4x) B04B (2x) B02 (6x) B03A (4x) B03B (9x) B03C (2x) B03E (3x) B04A (1x) B04B (2x) B04C (2x) B06A (2x) B06B (2x) B06D (1x) B06C (3x) B06C (3x) B03A (3x) B04C (2x) B02 (1x) B04C (1x) B06A (1x) B07 (1x) B06A (10x) B06B (7x) B02 (1x) B03A (1x) B04A (1x) B03B (1x) B03D (1x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B03B (1x) B03D (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B03C (1x) B03C (1x) B03C (1x) B03C (1x) B03C (1x) B03C (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04B (1x) ALE_EMU ALE_EMU ANTI_PLOP ANTI_PLOP AUDIO_LS_L AUDIO_LS_L AUDIO_LS_R AUDIO_LS_R -AUDIO_POWER -AUDIO_POWER BACKLIGHT_BOOST BACKLIGHT_BOOST BL_ADJUST BL_ADJUST BL_ADJUST BL_ON_OFF BL_ON_OFF BOLT_ON_SCL BOLT_ON_SDA CE COMP_AUDIO_IN_L COMP_AUDIO_IN_L COMP_AUDIO_IN_R COMP_AUDIO_IN_R CPU_RST CS CS CTRL_DISP1 CTRL_DISP1_up CTRL_DISP1_up CTRL_DISP2 CTRL_DISP3 CTRL_DISP4 CTRL_DISP4_up CTRL_DISP4_up CVBS_RF CVBS_RF CX_AVDD_ADC1 CX_AVDD_ADC2 CX_AVDD_ADC3 CX_AVDD_ADC4 CX_AVDD3_ADC1 CX_AVDD3_ADC2 CX_AVDD3_BG_ASS CX_AVDD3_OUTBUF CX_PAVDD CX_PAVDD1 CX_PAVDD2 CX_PDVDD DC_PROT DC_PROT DDC_RESET DDC_RESET DVB_SW DVB_SW E_PAGE ENGAGE ENGAGE FE_LOCK FE_LOCK FRONT_C_IN FRONT_C_IN FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN FRONT_Y_CVBS_IN GNDDC GNDSND GNDSND GNDTUN HD_PB_IN HD_PB_IN HD_PR_IN HD_PR_IN HD_Y_IN HD_Y_IN HDMI_AUDIO_IN_L HDMI_AUDIO_IN_L HDMI_AUDIO_IN_R HDMI_AUDIO_IN_R HDMI_Cb(0) HDMI_Cb(0) HDMI_Cb(0:7) HDMI_Cb(0:7) HDMI_Cb(1) HDMI_Cb(1) HDMI_Cb(2) HDMI_Cb(2) HDMI_Cb(3) HDMI_Cb(3) HDMI_Cb(4) HDMI_Cb(4) HDMI_Cb(5) HDMI_Cb(5) HDMI_Cb(6) HDMI_Cb(6) HDMI_Cb(7) HDMI_Cb(7) HDMI_Cr(0) HDMI_Cr(0) HDMI_Cr(0:7) HDMI_Cr(0:7) HDMI_Cr(1) HDMI_Cr(1) HDMI_Cr(2) HDMI_Cr(2) HDMI_Cr(3) HDMI_Cr(3) HDMI_Cr(4) HDMI_Cr(4) HDMI_Cr(5) HDMI_Cr(5) HDMI_Cr(6) HDMI_Cr(6) HDMI_Cr(7) HDMI_Cr(7) HDMI_DE HDMI_DE HDMI_H HDMI_H HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET HDMI_INT HDMI_INT HDMI_V HDMI_V HDMI_VCLK HDMI_VCLK B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04A (1x) B06D (1x) B04C (1x) B07 (1x) B04C (1x) B07 (1x) B02 (1x) B07 (1x) B02 (1x) B04A (1x) B02 (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B02 (1x) B04A (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (1x) B04C (1x) B06A (1x) B04C (1x) B06A (1x) B04A (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04B (2x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B03A (1x) B04B (1x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04A (1x) B07 (1x) B04A (1x) B06C (2x) B03A (1x) B04A (1x) B04A (1x) B06D (1x) B07 (1x) B03B (1x) B03D (1x) B04B (1x) B06A (1x) B04B (1x) B06A (1x) B02 (1x) B02 (3x) B07 (21x) B02 (1x) B04B (1x) B06A (2x) B04B (1x) B06A (2x) B04B (1x) B06A (2x) B04C (1x) B06C (1x) B04C (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04A (1x) B06C (2x) B04A (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) HDMI_Y(0) HDMI_Y(0) HDMI_Y(0:7) HDMI_Y(0:7) HDMI_Y(1) HDMI_Y(1) HDMI_Y(2) HDMI_Y(2) HDMI_Y(3) HDMI_Y(3) HDMI_Y(4) HDMI_Y(4) HDMI_Y(5) HDMI_Y(5) HDMI_Y(6) HDMI_Y(6) HDMI_Y(7) HDMI_Y(7) HP_AUDIO_OUT_L HP_AUDIO_OUT_L HP_AUDIO_OUT_R HP_AUDIO_OUT_R I2C_LOCAL_SCL I2C_LOCAL_SCL I2C_LOCAL_SCL I2C_LOCAL_SCL I2C_LOCAL_SDA I2C_LOCAL_SDA I2C_LOCAL_SDA I2C_LOCAL_SDA I2C_TDA_SCL I2C_TDA_SCL I2C_TDA_SDA I2C_TDA_SDA IBO_B_IN IBO_B_IN IBO_CVBS_IN IBO_CVBS_IN IBO_G_IN IBO_G_IN IBO_IRQ IBO_IRQ IBO_R_IN IBO_R_IN IF_AGC_IBO IF_AGC_IBO IF_ATV IIC_SCL IIC_SCL IIC_SCL IIC_SCL IIC_SCL IIC_SCL IIC_SCL_up IIC_SDA IIC_SDA IIC_SDA IIC_SDA IIC_SDA IIC_SDA IIC_SDA_up INT INT ISP ITV_SPI_CLK ITV_SPI_DATA_IN JTAG_TCK JTAG_TCK JTAG_TCK JTAG_TMS JTAG_TMS JTAG_TMS JTAG_TRST JTAG_TRST JTAG_TRST KEYB LCD_PWR_ON LCD_PWR_ON LED1 LED2 LIGHT_SENSOR MIU_ADDR(0) MIU_ADDR(0) MIU_ADDR(0:24) MIU_ADDR(1) MIU_ADDR(1) MIU_ADDR(1) MIU_ADDR(10) MIU_ADDR(10) MIU_ADDR(10) MIU_ADDR(11) MIU_ADDR(11) MIU_ADDR(11) MIU_ADDR(12) MIU_ADDR(12) MIU_ADDR(12) MIU_ADDR(13) MIU_ADDR(13) MIU_ADDR(13) MIU_ADDR(14) MIU_ADDR(14) MIU_ADDR(14) MIU_ADDR(15) MIU_ADDR(15) MIU_ADDR(15) MIU_ADDR(16) MIU_ADDR(16) MIU_ADDR(16) MIU_ADDR(17) MIU_ADDR(17) MIU_ADDR(17) MIU_ADDR(18) MIU_ADDR(18) MIU_ADDR(18) MIU_ADDR(19) MIU_ADDR(19) MIU_ADDR(19) MIU_ADDR(2) MIU_ADDR(2) MIU_ADDR(2) MIU_ADDR(20) MIU_ADDR(20) MIU_ADDR(20) MIU_ADDR(21) MIU_ADDR(21) MIU_ADDR(21) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04B (1x) B06C (1x) B04C (1x) B06D (1x) B04C (1x) B06D (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B03F (1x) B04B (1x) B03F (1x) B04B (1x) B03F (1x) B04B (1x) B03D (1x) B04A (1x) B03F (1x) B04B (1x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B03A (2x) B03A (2x) B03D (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (2x) B04C (1x) B06C (1x) B04A (2x) B03A (2x) B03D (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (2x) B04C (1x) B06C (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04A (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B04A (2x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) MIU_ADDR(22) MIU_ADDR(22) MIU_ADDR(22) MIU_ADDR(23) MIU_ADDR(23) MIU_ADDR(24) MIU_ADDR(24) MIU_ADDR(3) MIU_ADDR(3) MIU_ADDR(3) MIU_ADDR(4) MIU_ADDR(4) MIU_ADDR(4) MIU_ADDR(5) MIU_ADDR(5) MIU_ADDR(5) MIU_ADDR(6) MIU_ADDR(6) MIU_ADDR(6) MIU_ADDR(7) MIU_ADDR(7) MIU_ADDR(7) MIU_ADDR(8) MIU_ADDR(8) MIU_ADDR(8) MIU_ADDR(9) MIU_ADDR(9) MIU_ADDR(9) MIU_DATA(0) MIU_DATA(0) MIU_DATA(0) MIU_DATA(0:15) MIU_DATA(0:15) MIU_DATA(1) MIU_DATA(1) MIU_DATA(1) MIU_DATA(10) MIU_DATA(10) MIU_DATA(11) MIU_DATA(11) MIU_DATA(12) MIU_DATA(12) MIU_DATA(13) MIU_DATA(13) MIU_DATA(14) MIU_DATA(14) MIU_DATA(15) MIU_DATA(15) MIU_DATA(2) MIU_DATA(2) MIU_DATA(2) MIU_DATA(3) MIU_DATA(3) MIU_DATA(3) MIU_DATA(4) MIU_DATA(4) MIU_DATA(4) MIU_DATA(5) MIU_DATA(5) MIU_DATA(5) MIU_DATA(6) MIU_DATA(6) MIU_DATA(6) MIU_DATA(7) MIU_DATA(7) MIU_DATA(7) MIU_DATA(8) MIU_DATA(8) MIU_DATA(9) MIU_DATA(9) MIU_OEN MIU_OEN MIU_OEN MIU_RDY MIU_RDY MIU_WEN MIU_WEN MIU_WEN MOJO_I2S_OUT_SCK MOJO_I2S_OUT_SCK MOJO_I2S_OUT_SD MOJO_I2S_OUT_SD MOJO_I2S_OUT_WS MOJO_I2S_OUT_WS MUTEn MUTEn NOR_CS NOR_CS NOR_RYBY NOR_RYBY NOR_WP NOR_WP PCMCIA_5V PCMCIA_AVCC PCMCIA_VPP POWER_DOWN POWER_DOWN POWER_DOWN RD RD REMOTE RESET_FE_n RESET_FE_n RESET_n RESET_n RESET_STV RESET_STV RF_AGC RF_AGC_IBO RF_AGC_IBO RST RST RST_AUD RST_AUD RST_H RST_H RXD0 RXD0 SAW_SW SAW_SW SC1_AUDIO_IN_L SC1_AUDIO_IN_L SC1_AUDIO_IN_R SC1_AUDIO_IN_R SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_L B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B04C (1x) B03D (1x) B04C (1x) B03D (1x) B04C (1x) B04A (1x) B06D (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (4x) B03C (3x) B03C (3x) B02 (1x) B04A (1x) B06D (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B04A (3x) B03B (1x) B03D (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03A (2x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B04A (1x) B06C (1x) B04A (1x) B04C (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B03D (1x) B03F (1x) B03A (1x) B04A (1x) B04C (1x) B06B (1x) B04C (1x) B06B (1x) B06B (1x) B06D (1x) SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R SC1_AUDIO_MUTE_R SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L SC1_AUDIO_OUT_L SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R SC1_AUDIO_OUT_R SC1_B_IN SC1_B_IN SC1_CVBS_IN SC1_CVBS_IN SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT SC1_FBL_IN SC1_FBL_IN SC1_G_IN SC1_G_IN SC1_R_IN SC1_R_IN SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS SC1_RF_OUT_CVBS SC1_STATUS SC1_STATUS SC2_AUDIO_IN_L SC2_AUDIO_IN_L SC2_AUDIO_IN_R SC2_AUDIO_IN_R SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_L SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R SC2_AUDIO_MUTE_R SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L SC2_AUDIO_OUT_L SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R SC2_AUDIO_OUT_R SC2_C_IN SC2_C_IN SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT SC2_CVBS_MON_OUT SC2_STATUS SC2_STATUS SC2_Y_CVBS_IN SC2_Y_CVBS_IN SDRAM_ADDR(0) SDRAM_ADDR(0) SDRAM_ADDR(0:14) SDRAM_ADDR(1) SDRAM_ADDR(1) SDRAM_ADDR(10) SDRAM_ADDR(10) SDRAM_ADDR(11) SDRAM_ADDR(11) SDRAM_ADDR(12) SDRAM_ADDR(12) SDRAM_ADDR(13) SDRAM_ADDR(13) SDRAM_ADDR(14) SDRAM_ADDR(14) SDRAM_ADDR(2) SDRAM_ADDR(2) SDRAM_ADDR(3) SDRAM_ADDR(3) SDRAM_ADDR(4) SDRAM_ADDR(4) SDRAM_ADDR(5) SDRAM_ADDR(5) SDRAM_ADDR(6) SDRAM_ADDR(6) SDRAM_ADDR(7) SDRAM_ADDR(7) SDRAM_ADDR(8) SDRAM_ADDR(8) SDRAM_ADDR(9) SDRAM_ADDR(9) SDRAM_CAS SDRAM_CAS SDRAM_CKE SDRAM_CKE SDRAM_CLK SDRAM_CLK SDRAM_DATA(0) SDRAM_DATA(0) SDRAM_DATA(0:15) SDRAM_DATA(1) SDRAM_DATA(1) SDRAM_DATA(10) SDRAM_DATA(10) SDRAM_DATA(11) SDRAM_DATA(11) SDRAM_DATA(12) SDRAM_DATA(12) SDRAM_DATA(13) SDRAM_DATA(13) SDRAM_DATA(14) SDRAM_DATA(14) SDRAM_DATA(15) SDRAM_DATA(15) SDRAM_DATA(2) SDRAM_DATA(2) SDRAM_DATA(3) SDRAM_DATA(3) SDRAM_DATA(4) SDRAM_DATA(4) SDRAM_DATA(5) SDRAM_DATA(5) SDRAM_DATA(6) SDRAM_DATA(6) SDRAM_DATA(7) SDRAM_DATA(7) SDRAM_DATA(8) SDRAM_DATA(8) SDRAM_DATA(9) SDRAM_DATA(9) SDRAM_DQM0 SDRAM_DQM0 SDRAM_DQM1 SDRAM_DQM1 SDRAM_RAS SDRAM_RAS SDRAM_WE SDRAM_WE SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L SIDE_AUDIO_IN_L SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R SIDE_AUDIO_IN_R SIF B06B (1x) B06D (1x) B04C (1x) B06B (2x) B04C (1x) B06B (2x) B04B (1x) B06B (2x) B04B (1x) B06B (1x) B04A (1x) B06B (1x) B04B (1x) B06B (2x) B04B (1x) B06B (2x) B04B (1x) B06B (2x) B04B (1x) B06B (1x) B04A (1x) B06B (1x) B04C (1x) B06B (2x) B04C (1x) B06B (2x) B06B (1x) B06D (1x) B06B (1x) B06D (1x) B04C (1x) B06B (1x) B04C (1x) B06B (1x) B04B (1x) B06B (2x) B04B (1x) B06B (1x) B06D (1x) B04A (1x) B06B (1x) B04B (1x) B06B (2x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B04C (1x) B06A (1x) B04C (1x) B06A (1x) B03A (1x) SIF SIF1 SIF2 STANDBY STANDBY STANDBY STANDBYn STANDBYn STANDBYn STV_A25 STV_A25 STV_CS STV_CS STV_INT STV_INT STV_TDO STV_TDO TDA_CLK TDA_CLK TDA_DAT(0) TDA_DAT(0) TDA_DAT(0:7) TDA_DAT(1) TDA_DAT(1) TDA_DAT(2) TDA_DAT(2) TDA_DAT(3) TDA_DAT(3) TDA_DAT(4) TDA_DAT(4) TDA_DAT(5) TDA_DAT(5) TDA_DAT(6) TDA_DAT(6) TDA_DAT(7) TDA_DAT(7) TDA_SYNC TDA_SYNC TDA_VALID TDA_VALID TS_CLK TS_CLK TS_DATA(0) TS_DATA(0) TS_DATA(0:7) TS_DATA(1) TS_DATA(1) TS_DATA(2) TS_DATA(2) TS_DATA(3) TS_DATA(3) TS_DATA(4) TS_DATA(4) TS_DATA(5) TS_DATA(5) TS_DATA(6) TS_DATA(6) TS_DATA(7) TS_DATA(7) TS_SYNC TS_SYNC TS_VALID TS_VALID TXAn TXAp TXBn TXBp TXCLKn TXCLKp TXCn TXCp TXD0 TXD0 TXDn TXDp user_EEPROM_WP user_EEPROM_WP VCCEN VDD VDDA VDISP VGA_H VGA_H VGA_V VGA_V VIF1 VIF2 VIM_IBO VIM_IBO VIP_IBO VIP_IBO VSS VSSA WR WR B04C (1x) B03A (2x) B03A (2x) B02 (2x) B04A (2x) B06D (1x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) B07 (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03B (1x) B03C (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B03C (1x) B03D (1x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B03D (1x) B03F (1x) B04B (2x) B04B (2x) B03D (1x) B03E (1x) B03C (1x) B07 (3x) B07 (2x) B04B (2x) B04B (1x) B06A (1x) B04B (1x) B06A (1x) B03A (2x) B03A (2x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B03A (1x) B03B (1x) B07 (3x) B07 (5x) B04A (1x) B04B (1x) G_16860_026.3. These printed references are created manually and are therefore not guaranteed to be 100% correct. outgoing for LCD sets). but only with one reference.g. this to keep it concise.2.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7. The list contains references to the signals within all schematics of a PWB. • Signals that are not used in multiple schematics. name Signal line into a wire tree.x. Netname Introduction SRP (Service Reference Protocol) is a software tool that creates a list with all references to signal lines. to get an overview of the complete schematic. or there will be printed references in the schematic. which text is selected. It replaces the text references currently printed next to the signal names in the schematics. signal_name Grounds For normal and special grounds (e. GNDHOT or GND3V3 etc.g. • Search for all occurrences of the signal name.1. name Signal line into a wire tree. in the current crowded schematics there is often none or very little place for these references. B14b 1. but only once or several times in the same schematic. name name Switching line into a wire tree.g. nothing is indicated.g. name Bi-directional line (e. It is advised to "zoom in" to e. In Adobe PDF reader: • Select the signal name you want to search for. name Stand alone signal or switching line (used as less as possible). Either there will be an SRP reference list for a schematic. Some of the PWB schematics will use SRP while others will still use the manual references. Non-SRP Schematics There are several different signals available in a schematic: 1. 150% to see clearly. In the schematics (see chapter 7) is not indicated where supplies are coming from or going to. B14b) is placed next to the signals.

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1E LA 7.1 G_16860_016.eps Part 4 G_16860_016d.eps 240107 E8 F7 E8 E8 E8 E7 E7 E7 E7 E7 F7 E7 E7 E7 3854 3855 3856 3857 3858 3859 3860 3862 3863 3880 3881 3896 3897 3901 3902 3903 3904 3907 3909 3910 3942 3943 3A01 3A02 3A03 3A04 3A05 3A06 3A07 3A08 3A11 3A13 3A14 3A19 3A26 3A27 3A28 3A29 3A30 3A31 3B10 3B11 3B12 3B13 3B14 3B15 3B17 3B18 3B19 3G15 3G19 3G48 3G56 3G57 3G58 3G59 3G60 3G61 3G65 3J01 3J02 3J03 3K00 3K01 3K02 3K03 3K05 3K09 3K12 3K15 3K16 3K18 3K21 3K25 3K26 3K27 3K28 3K29 3K30 3K31 3K32 3K33 3K34 3K49 3K50 3K51 3K52 3L06 3L07 3L08 3L09 3L10 3L12 3L13 3L20 3L21 3L22 3L23 3L24 3L25 E8 E8 E8 E8 E8 E8 E7 F7 F7 F8 F8 E7 E7 B9 B9 B9 B9 B9 B10 B10 B10 B10 A9 A9 A8 A9 A9 A8 B8 B9 B8 B9 A10 A9 A8 A9 A9 A9 A9 A9 B3 A3 A3 B5 A3 B5 A3 A3 A3 B1 B1 B1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D2 D2 B1 D3 D3 D3 F2 F2 E3 F3 E3 F2 F2 E1 E2 F2 F2 E2 E2 F1 E2 E1 E2 E2 E2 E1 F1 E2 E2 E1 F1 B6 B6 A6 B6 A8 B6 B6 A8 A9 A9 A9 A9 A9 3L26 4110 4111 4117 4120 4124 4203 4204 4205 4206 4208 4209 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A8 B7 B8 F6 E8 E7 E7 F7 E7 F7 F7 E7 E7 F8 B10 A9 A9 A9 A9 B3 B5 C4 A3 C2 C1 D2 C3 D3 D3 F2 F3 .eps Part 3 G_16860_016c.eps 3139 123 6261. 52 Layout Small Signal Board (Overview Top Side) 1101 1102 1103 1104 1201 1210 1211 1212 1213 1214 1301 1304 1305 1306 E3 E6 E6 D6 D7 A7 A7 A7 A7 A7 B6 A9 A8 A8 1307 1308 1309 1310 1311 1312 1500 1501 1502 1503 1504 1505 1506 1507 A8 A8 A8 A8 A5 B5 E10 E10 E9 E10 D9 E9 D10 E9 1508 1509 1510 1511 1512 1513 1514 1515 1516 1517 1518 1519 1520 1521 D10 D9 D10 D9 D9 D10 D10 D10 D9 D9 C10 D9 D9 C10 1522 1523 1524 1525 1526 1601 1603 1606 1607 1608 1609 1610 1611 1612 D9 C9 C9 B10 F10 F6 F6 F10 F10 F6 F6 F9 F9 F6 1613 1614 1615 1618 1619 1735 1810 1811 1823 1900 1901 1B11 1C01 1G03 F9 F6 F9 F6 F10 A10 F7 F8 E8 B9 B10 A2 A3 B1 1G04 1G50 1G51 1K00 1M20 1P11 2110 2111 2114 2117 2127 2128 2129 2130 B2 A7 A7 E5 A8 A5 E6 E6 E6 E6 D6 D6 D6 D6 2134 2135 2138 2142 2143 2144 2151 2208 2209 2211 2212 2214 2215 2242 D6 D6 D6 E5 D6 D6 D5 A6 A6 C6 C6 C6 C6 C6 2243 2246 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1E LA 7. 53 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 1 Top Side) Part 1 G_16860_016a.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.eps 240107 .

54 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 2 Top Side) Part 2 G_16860_016b.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.eps 240107 .1E LA 7.

55 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 3 Top Side) Part 3 G_16860_016c.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1E LA 7.eps 240107 .

56 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 4 Top Side) Part 4 G_16860_016d.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1E LA 7.eps 240107 .

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eps 050307 .1E LA 7.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7. 59 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 2 Bottom Side) Part 2 G_16860_017b.

eps 050307 .1E LA 7. 60 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 3 Bottom Side) Part 3 G_16860_017c.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.

61 Layout Small Signal Board (Part 4 Bottom Side) Part 4 G_16860_017d.1E LA 7.eps 050307 .Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.

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63 A3 1310 Layout Side A/V Panel (Top Side) 1301 A1 1302 A2 1303 A3 1304 A2 1308 A4 1309 A3 G_16850_026.eps 020207 .eps 120107 3139 123 6229.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.1 Layout Side A/V Panel (Bottom Side) 2301 A4 2307 A2 2313 A3 2302 A4 2308 A2 2314 A3 2303 A4 2309 A2 3301 A4 2304 A3 2310 A2 3302 A4 2305 A3 2311 A4 3303 A4 2306 A3 2312 A1 3304 A4 3139 123 6229.1E LA 7.1 3305 3306 3307 3308 3309 3310 A3 A3 A3 A3 A3 A3 3311 3312 3313 3314 3315 4301 A3 A2 A2 A3 A3 A3 4302 4303 4304 4306 4307 4308 A3 A1 A4 A3 A3 A2 4309 4310 4311 5300 6301 6302 A2 A1 A1 A2 A4 A4 6303 6304 6305 6306 6307 A4 A3 A2 A2 A2 G_16850_027.

1E LA 7.eps 131004 .Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7. 64 Keyboard Control Panel 1 2 3 4 Personal Notes: KEYBOARD CONTROL E E A A 1M01 4001 270R 470p RES 5001 2001 6012 B F001 C SKQNAB ON / OFF 1016 1015 SKQNAB VOLUME+ 1005 BZX384-C3V9 0R BZX384-C5V6 1014 SKQNAB VOLUME- 1004 6018 3017 0R I118 BZX384-C5V6 6017 3016 1013 SKQNAB MENU 6016 BZX384-C5V6 I117 1003 3015 0R SKQNAB CHANNEL- 1012 BZX384-C5V6 6015 1002 SKQNAB CHANNEL+ 1011 BZX384-C5V6 6014 1001 C I116 I110 BZX384-C3V9 6013 I115 BZX384-C3V9 I114 S3B-PH-K 1K8 3012 820R 3014 I113 1 2 3 F002 6011 I112 560R 3011 3010 I111 390R 3013 B 150R KEYBOARD D * LC06 Jaguar 3010 390R 390R 3011 560R 560R 3012 1K8 1K8 3013 150R 150R 3014 820R 820R 6011 YES NO 6012 YES NO 6013 NO YES 1001 C1 1002 C1 1003 C1 1004 C2 1005 C2 1011 C1 1012 C1 1013 C2 1014 C2 1015 C2 1016 C3 1M01 A4 2001 B3 3010 B1 3011 B2 3012 B2 3013 B1 3014 B2 3015 B1 3016 B2 3017 B2 3099 D1 4001 B4 5001 B4 6011 B3 6012 C3 6013 B3 6014 C1 6015 C1 6016 C1 6017 C2 6018 C2 F001 B4 F002 B3 F310 D1 F311 D1 I110 B3 I111 B1 I112 B1 I113 B2 I114 B2 I115 B2 I116 C1 I117 C2 I118 C2 D Diversity Resistor F310 3099 F311 RES G_16850_024.eps 110107 3139 123 6219.1 1 2 3 4 E_06532_012.

1 3013 A5 3014 A7 3015 A3 3016 A6 3017 A7 3099 A8 4001 A1 5001 A1 6011 A2 6012 A3 6013 A1 6014 A4 6015 A3 6016 A5 6017 A6 6018 A8 G_16850_029.1 Layout Keyboard Control Panel (Bottom Side) 2001 A1 3010 A4 3011 A6 3012 A8 3139 123 6219.1E LA 7.eps 020207 .eps 120107 3139 123 6219. 65 Layout Keyboard Control Panel (Top Side) 1011 A5 1012 A6 1013 A3 1014 A2 1015 A1 1016 A7 1M01 A8 G_16850_028.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.

eps 131004 .LED ITV RES Personal Notes: 1M20 1M21 E 6001-1 2 6001-2 2 RESERVED FOR LIGHT SENSOR ONLY RED 1 ITV GREEN 3 3018 4M7 2002 1u0 BZX384-C5V6 6014 D 3017 10K SPR-325MVW LIGHT_SENSOR 4016 RES 4013 7014 BC847B 1M01 E1 1M20 E1 1M21 E1 2001 A2 2002 D2 3010 A2 3011 A2 3012 B4 3013 B4 3014 B2 3015 C2 3016 C3 3017 D2 3018 D3 3019 E3 3020 E3 3021 C3 3022 C5 4010 A4 4011 B5 4012 D3 4013 D4 4014 D5 4015 D5 4016 D2 4017 B4 4018 B4 4019 B5 6001-1 D5 6001-2 D4 6002 B4 6010 B3 6011 B4 6012 B2 6013 B3 6014 D2 6015 E2 6016 E2 7010 B1 7011 C4 7012 B5 7013 C2 7014 C2 F010 E2 F011 E2 F012 E2 F013 E2 F014 E2 F015 E2 F016 E2 2 3 4 5 E_06532_012.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.eps 110107 3139 123 6210. 66 Front IR / LED Panel 1 2 3 4 5 IR/LED/LIGHT-SENSOR J J +5V_STANDBY +5V_STANDBY A +5V_STANDBY A ITV RES 4011 B 820R 3013 4019 MFD 4018 ITV MFD 4017 6K8 3 7012 BC847B +5V_STANDBY 7011 BC847B 2 RES 3022 10K LS 7013 BPW34 4012 0R MFD 3015 RES 3021 1 10K +5V_STANDBY C RED 6011 L-174A2IT 2 1 ITV 6002 L-174A2F3BT 2 1 BLUE 2 3012 3014 3 5 4 GND 6012 B 1 RC 1 BZX384-C4V7 OUT 2 10K VS ITV 7010 GP1UE260RKVF 6010 L-174A2PBC-A IR Tx RES 6013 L-934F3BT 22u 6K8 2001 3011 4010 MFD 3010 330R C 3016 2M2 RES S7B-PH-K 1M01 1 2 3 6016 6015 BZX384-C4V7 S6B-PH-K 3019 150R 3020 150R BZX384-C4V7 RC LED2 +5V_STANDBY LED1 RES 1 F010 F011 2 F012 3 F013 4 F014 5 F015 6 F016 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 KEYBOARD S3B-PH-K F 4015 ITV MFD D E REF MFD ITV 3012 3013 4010 4011 4012 4013 4014 4015 4017 4018 4019 6001 6002 6010 6011 3K3 820R Y N Y N N Y Y N Y N N BLUE LED RED LED 82R 180R N Y N Y Y N N Y N Bi-GR/RD IR ED N N F G_16850_025.1E LA 7.1 1 SPR-325MVW RES 4014 Bi.

eps 020207 3139 123 6210.1 C2 A3 B4 B3 B3 B4 4015 4016 4017 4018 4019 6012 C4 C1 A4 A3 B4 D3 6014 6015 6016 7011 7012 7014 D4 C3 C2 B3 C4 C1 G_16850_031.eps 020207 .1E LA 7.1 6001 B2 6002 B1 6010 B2 6011 B1 6013 A1 7010 A3 67 Layout Front IR / LED Panel (Bottom Side) 2001 C2 3014 B2 3020 C3 4005 2002 B1 3015 B1 3021 C3 4010 3010 C2 3016 A2 3022 C3 4011 3011 C3 3017 C1 4001 D3 4012 3012 B4 3018 B1 4002 C3 4013 3013 B4 3019 C3 4004 C2 4014 7013 B4 G_16850_030. Layout Front IR / LED Panel (Top Side) 1M01 D4 1M20 D2 1M21 D2 3139 123 6210.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.

68 Personal Notes: E_06532_013.eps 131004 .1E LA 7.Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC7.

25 B04C_Audio Proc.291 0. • Use a 100% white screen as input signal and set the following values: – All “White point” values initial to “256”. Caution: It is not allowed to use heatsinks as ground. Specifications (V) Description Test Point Min.50 B02_DC-DC +3V3_SW FB17 3. Diagram 12.31 B02_DC-DC +1V2_CORE FG39 1.00 8.1x) and the TD1316AF for the hybrid sets (LC7.25 B04C_Audio Proc. +5V_AUD I410 4. LEFT or RIGHT keys of the remote control transmitter.60 B02_DC-DC +8V F401 7.27 3. until voltage on pin 1 is 3.27 3.90 B02_DC-DC +1V2_MOJO FB20 1.75 5.y coordinates (see table “White D alignment values”). Ci < 20 pF. The default values are average values coming from production (statistics).3 3.10 3.00 12.5 B02_DC-DC +3V3 FJ01 3.230 VAC / 50 Hz (± 10%). Tolerance: dx: ± 0. as the AGC alignment is done automatically (standard value: “15”).34 B03D_DVB-MOJO VDISP F210 11.3 The analogue tuner UV1318S can also use the default value of “15”.14 1. • Test probe: Ri > 10 Mohm. measure audio signals in relation to AUDIO_GND). .278 0.314 y 0. For the digital tuner TD1316AF.3 +0.xx chassis comes with two tuner types: the UV1318S for the analogue sets (LC7.40 -12.278 0.1 General Alignment Conditions 8.289 0.3 3. dy: ± 0. – US: 120 VAC / 60 Hz (± 10%).230 VAC / 50 Hz (± 10%).319 Software Alignments With the software alignments of the Service Alignment Mode (SAM) the Tuner and RGB settings can be aligned.1 3. +5V_TUN I115 4. Alignments 8.0 V.3. • “Colour” to “50”. • Select “RGB Align. however in case of problems use the following method (use multimeter and RF generator): • Apply a vision IF carrier of 38.30 3.25 1. • Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer with low internal resistance.00 5. These can be used for checking proper functioning of the DC/DC converters.1 Purpose: To keep the tuner output signal constant as the input signal amplitude varies.40 12.3 Software Alignments 8.2x). • Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes. – AP-PAL-multi: 120 . In case you have a colour analyser: • Measure with a calibrated (phosphor.40 Typ.70 1.5 B02_DC-DC +3V3_MOJO FB19 3.1E LA 8. This is the next best solution.9 MHz (105 dBuV = 178 mVrms) to test point F111 (input via 50 ohm coaxial cable terminated with an RC network of series 10nF with 120 ohm to ground).5/-1.4 B03B_DVB-Demod +1V8S_SW FB11 1.1 3. • Set the RED.60 8. To store the data: Use the RC button “Menu” to switch to the main menu and next.2 3. The LC7. but below find an overview of the most important DC voltages on the SSB. 8.25 B03_Tuner IF +3V3_STBY FB13 3.24 1.20 5.independent) colour analyser (e.004. • Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct ground (e.45 B02_DC-DC +5V_D I411 4. even during analogue reception.46 +5V_SW FB16 4. Hardware Alignments There are no hardware alignments foreseen for this chassis. you can use the default values.00 12.00 12. General Alignment Conditions Perform all electrical adjustments under the following conditions: • Power supply voltage (depends on region): – AP-NTSC: 120 VAC or 230 VAC / 50 Hz (± 10%).2 Hardware Alignments 8.60 B02_DC-DC +12V_DISP FB34 11.1 Index of this chapter: 8.2 Tuner Adjustment (RF AGC Take Over Point) 11. • Store settings and quit SAM. switch to “Stand-by” mode. Minolta CA-210) in the centre of the screen.00 5.” -> “White Tone” and choose a colour temperature. Note: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation.2 RGB Alignment Before alignment. • Adjust AGC (via SAM menu: TUNER -> AGC).40 B04C_Audio Proc.3. White Tone Alignment: • Activate SAM.40 12.004.19 5. • When finished return to the SAM root menu and press STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the NVM. – LATAM-NTSC: 120 . Table 8-1 White D alignment values Value Cool (11000 K) Normal (9000 K) Warm (6500 K) x 0.2 3.4 B03F_DVB-MOJO +3V3FE FF14 3. Max. – All “BlackL Offset” values to “0”.g.93 5. If you do not have a colour analyser.4 Option Settings 8.75 5.00 -12. EN 69 8.00 5.60 B04B_Video proc.80 1.18 1.Alignments LC7. • Measure voltage on pin 1 of the tuner.75 5. Menu navigation is done with the CURSOR UP. • Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform alignments. GREEN and BLUE default values per temperature according to the values in the “Tint settings” table. G or B on “256”) by means of decreasing the value of one or two other white points to the correct x. – EU: 230 VAC / 50 Hz (± 10%). • Adjust the correct x.y coordinates (while holding one of the White point registers R.94 5. • Repeat this step for the other colour Temperatures that need to be aligned. B02_DC-DC +5V_STANDBY FB27 4. no alignment is necessary.60 B02_DC-DC -AUDIO_POWER FB23 -11. +AUDIO_POWER FB21 8. • “Contrast” to “100”. 8.g. DOWN. choose “TV MENU” -> “Picture” and set: • “Brightness” to “50”. the measurement needs to be done in a dark environment. due to the different set executions. General: The Service Default Mode (SDM) and Service Alignment Mode (SAM) are described in chapter 5. Consequently.

• Select “RGB Align. To ensure good communication and to make digital diagnosis possible. ADC YPbPr Gray Scale Alignment When the grey scale is not correct. When all the correct options (bits) are set. see the table “Option codes OP1. Note: For models with “Pixel Plus”. All options are controlled via seven option numbers (OP1. These offset values of RGB should be set to “0”. • When finished return to the SAM root menu and press STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the NVM. 8.. use this alignment: • Activate SAM. • Select “NVM Editor”..eps 090307 Figure 8-1 Option codes OP1.1E models) ... You can find the correct option numbers in table “Option Codes OP1. OP7). OP7) with the CURSOR UP/ DOWN keys.OP7“ below. For the correct factory default settings. and enter the new 3 digit (decimal) value. Sets 12NC Sets Type Panel Type Panel Code (Dec) Option Byte Group 1 LC07_EU_ATV_LCD_Europe (/10) 1 867000025487 867000025408 867000025489 867000025492 26PFL5322/10 32PFL5322/10 37PFL5322/10 42PFL5322/10 LPL : LC260WX2-SLB2 045 CMO : V260B1-L03 068 AUO : T260XW03 V1 067 LPL : LC320W01-SL06 046 AUO : T315XW02 VD 091 CMO : V315B1-L05 069 LPL : LC370WX1-SLB1 071 AUO : T370XW02 V5 072 LPL : LC420WX3-SLA1 073 AUO : T420XW01 V8 076 LPL : LC420WX5-SLD1 107 2 3 Group 2 4 5 6 7 000 001 003 023 010 223 009 000 002 LC07_EU_ATV_LCD_Pan Europe (/12) 867000025488 867000025439 867000025491 867000025493 26PFL5322/12 32PFL5322/12 37PFL5322/12 42PFL5322/12 LPL : LC260WX2-SLB2 045 CMO : V260B1-L03 068 AUO : T260XW03 V1 067 LPL : LC320W01-SL06 046 AUO : T315XW02 VD 091 CMO : V315B1-L05 069 LPL : LC370WX1-SLB1 071 AUO : T370XW02 V5 072 LPL : LC420WX3-SLA1 073 AUO : T420XW01 V8 076 LPL : LC420WX5-SLD1 107 SDI : 42 HD W2 083 LG : 42 HD X4 084 SDI : 42 HD W2 083 LG : 42 HD X4 084 000 001 003 023 010 223 009 000 002 LC07_EU_ATV_PDP_Europe (/10) 867000025494 42PFP5332/10 003 007 011 223 009 003 007 011 223 009 000 003 000 003 LC07_EU_ATV_PDP_Pan Europe (/12) 867000025495 42PFP5332/12 H_16940_006.4.OP7“ below. the “Black Offset” (black level offset) should NOT be changed in SAM. Notes: • After changing the option(s). Now you can select the option byte (OP1. If an option is set (value “1”). How to Change Options Codes An option code (or “option byte”) represents eight different options (bits).1E LA When finished return to the SAM root menu and press STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the NVM.. all options will require resetting. 8. To be certain that the factory settings are reproduced exactly.4 Option Settings 8. the sum of the decimal values of each Option Byte (OP) will give the option code. you must set all option numbers.” -> “BlackL Offset” and choose a colour. The presence/absence of these specific ICs (or functions) is made known by the option codes.EN 70 • 8.. • Set all “BlackL Offset” values to “0”. Any adjustment of these values will affect the low light white balance.OP7 (for all LC7...1 Introduction Table 8-2 Tint settings Colour Temp.4. you can set all options very quickly. When you change these numbers directly. and should NOT be adjusted.. see the second table “Option codes at bit level“. • Store (STORE) the value. • Set value (VAL) to “197(dec) ± 25”. the microprocessor has to know which ICs to address. For more detailed information. Cool R G B 249 241 246 Normal 251 238 229 Warm 246 222 199 Black Level Offset Alignment • Activate SAM. • Enter address “ 26(dec)” (ADR).2 How To Set Option Codes When the NVM is replaced. The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C ICs in the set. • The new option setting becomes active after the TV is switched "off" and "on" again with the mains switch (the EAROM is then read again). save them with the STORE command. it represents a certain decimal value. Activate SAM and select “Options”. Alignments LC7.

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Option Bit Overview
Below find an overview of the Option Codes on bit level.
Table 8-3 Option codes at bit level (OP1-OP4)
Option Byte & Bit

Dec. Value

Option Name

Description

Byte OP1
Bit 7 (MSB)

128

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 6

64

CHINA

ON = SW is for CHINA only OFF = SW is for Non-China AP cluster

Bit 5

32

DTV_CHINA

ON = DTV_CHINA will be available (Reserved) OFF = DTV_CHINA will not be available

Bit 4

16

DTV_EU

ON = DTV will be available OFF = DTV will not be available

Bit 3

8

UK_PNP

ON = UK PNP is available OFF = UK PNP is not available

Bit 2

4

VIRGIN_MODE

ON = Virgin Mode (PNP) is available OFF = Virgin Mode (PNP) is not available

Bit 1

2

ACI

ON = ACI is available OFF = ACI is not available

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

ATS

ON = ATS is available OFF = ATS is not available

Total DEC Value
Byte OP2
Bit 7 (MSB)

128

1080P

ON = 1080p is available OFF = 1080p is not available

Bit 6

64

LIGHT_SENSOR

ON = Light Sensor is available OFF = Light Sensor is not available

Bit 5

32

AMBILIGHT

ON = Ambilight Feature will be available OFF = Ambilight Feature will not be available

Bit 4

16

BACKLIGHT_DIMMING

ON = Backlight Dimming is available OFF = Backlight Dimming is not available

Bit 3

8

HUE

ON = Hue is available OFF = Hue is not available

Bit 2

4

2D3DCF

ON = 3D Comb Filter is available OFF = 2D Comb Filter is available

Bit 1

2

WSSB

ON = WSS is available OFF = WSS is not available

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

WIDE_SCREEN

ON = TV is 16x9 set OFF = TV is 4x3 set

Total DEC Value
Byte OP3
Bit 7 (MSB)

128

CVI2

ON=CVI1 (YPbPr) (For ROW)

Bit 6

64

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 5

32

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 4

16

VCHIP

ON = VChip is available OFF = VChip is not available

Bit 3

8

VIDEO_TEXT

ON = Video-TXT is available OFF = Video-TXT is not available

Bit 2

4

STEREO_DBX

ON = Stereo DBX detection is available (LATAM) OFF = Stereo DBX detection is not available

Bit 1

2

STEREO_NICAM_2CS

ON = Stereo NICAM 2CS detection is available (EU/AP/China) OFF = Stereo NICAM 2CS
detection is not available

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

LIP_SYNC

ON = Lip Sync is available OFF = Lip Sync is not available

Bit 7 (MSB)

128

HDMI2

ON = HDMI2 is available OFF = HDMI2 is not available

Bit 6

64

HDMI1

ON = HDMI1 is available OFF = HDMI1 is not available

Bit 5

32

VGA

ON = VGA is available OFF = VGA is not available

Total DEC Value
Byte OP4

Bit 4

16

SVHS3

ON = SVHS3 is available OFF = SVHS3 is not available

Bit 3

8

AV3

ON = AV3 is available OFF = AV3 is not available

Bit 2

4

CVI

ON = CVI is available OFF = CVI is not available

Bit 1

2

SVHS2

ON = SVHS2 is available OFF = SVHS2 is not available

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

AV2

ON = AV2 is available OFF = AV2 is not available

Total DEC Value

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Table 8-4 Option codes at bit level (OP5-OP7)
Option Byte & Bit

Dec. Value

Option Name

Description

Bit 7 (MSB)

128

NVM_CHECK

ON = NVM (range) checking is available OFF = NVM (range) checking is not available

Bit 6

64

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 5

32

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 4

16

MP_ALIGN

ON = Using multi-point alignment for Gamma & White Point OFF = Using old way for Gamma (predefined) & WP alignment

Byte OP5

Bit 3

8

SYS_RECVRY

ON = System Recovery is available OFF = System Recovery is not available

Bit 2

4

SL_WIRED

ON = BDS Smart Loader Wired is available OFF = BDS Smart Loader Wired is not available

Bit 1

2

HOTEL

ON = Hotel/BDS is available OFF = Hotel/BDS is not available

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

SS_DEMO

ON = Split Screen Demo is available OFF = Split Screen is not available

Bit 7 (MSB)

128

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 6

64

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 5

32

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 4

16

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 3

8

TUNER PROFILE

Bit 2

4

Bit 1

2

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

0 = ATV_EU_PHILIPS UV1318S/AIH-3 1 = ATV_EU_Panasonic EN57K28G3F2 =
DTV_EU_PHILIPS TD1316AF/IHP-24 = ATV_AP_PHILIPS UV1316E/AIH-45 = ATV_AP_Tuner2
(Reserved)6 = ATV_CHINA_ALPS TEDE9-286B7 = ATV_CHINA_Tuner2 (Reserved)8 =
ATV_LATAM_PHILIPS UV1338/AIH-4 9 = ATV_LATAM_Tuner2 (Reserved)10 =
DTV_CHINA_Tuner1 (Reserved)11 = DTV_CHINA_Tuner2 (Reserved)12 = Not Used
(Reserved)13 = Not Used (Reserved)14 = Not Used (Reserved)15 = Not Used (Reserved)

Total DEC Value
Byte OP6

Total DEC Value
Byte OP7
Bit 7 (MSB)

128

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 6

64

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 5

32

Reserved

Not Used (Reserved)

Bit 4

16

CABINET PROFILE

Bit 3

8

Bit 2

4

0 = Cabinet_Profile_26_LCD_ME7 1 = Cabinet_Profile_32_LCD_ME7 2 =
Cabinet_Profile_37_42_47_LCD_ME73 = Cabinet_Profile_42_50_PDP_ME7 4 =
Cabinet_Profile_26_LCD_ME5P5 - 32 = Reserved

Bit 1

2

Bit 0 (LSB)

1

Total DEC Value

Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets

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9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data Sheets
Index of this chapter:
9.1 Introduction
9.2 LCD Power Supply
9.3 DC/DC converters
9.4 Front-End
9.5 Video Processing
9.6 Memory addressing
9.7 Audio Processing
9.8 HDMI
9.9 Abbreviation List
9.10 IC Data Sheets
Notes:
• Only new circuits (circuits that are not published recently)
are described.
• Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due
to different set executions.
• For a good understanding of the following circuit
descriptions, please use the Wiring, Block (chapter 6) and
Circuit Diagrams (chapter 7). Where necessary, you will
find a separate drawing for clarification.

9.1

Introduction
The LC7.x (development name “LC07”) is a new global chassis
for the year 2007 (LC7.1 is the analogue range, LC7.2 is the
digital range). It covers a screen size of 26 to 47 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 performed by a multi-standard
sound processor MSP4450 (item 7411)
• Video: Video processing is performed by the Trident video
processor SVP CV32-LF (item 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. A
so-called “Reneas” microprocessor performs the control
functionality.
Important features of this chassis are:
• AmbiLight: LED AmbiLight (where applicable) is
introduced as the successor of glass-tube AmbiLight
• 1080p Full HD (where applicable).

EN 73

eps 060307 Figure 9-1 SSB top view AUDIO CLASS D FLASH MEM 9. and IC Data Sheets LC7. IF DEM ANALOG TUNER VIF SAW SIF SAW HDMI H_16940_010.EN 74 Circuit Descriptions.eps 060307 Figure 9-2 SSB bottom view .1. Abbreviation List.1E LA SSB Cell Layout DC-DC CONVERSION AUDIO CLASS D RENEAS uP TRIDENT VIDEO PROC. SDRAM DC-DC CONVERSION SDRAM H_16940_011.1 9. MICRONAS AUDIO PROC.

eps 310107 Figure 9-3 Overview of PSU connectivity All Power Supply Units deliver the following voltages to the chassis: • +24 V to the inverters • +12 V to SSB • +12 V and -12 V to Audio Supply • 12 V to Bolt-on Supply (where applicable) • +5. the TD1316AF hybrid tuner is used which is capable of receiving both analogue and digital (DVB-T) signals. a new panel must be ordered and the defective panel must be sent for repair. then to the MPEG decoder and then to the Trident Video Processor. the signal coming from the tuner is first fed to the channel decoder. this switch is mounted on the Power Supply Panel. Video SAW filter CVBS IF Demodulator 2nd SIF Audio SAW filter Tuner RF AGC_analogue RFAGC RF AGC_digital Supply I2C +5V/+33V 4MHz Switch IC Digital IF 36.3 V (+3V3_SW) • +3.3 DC/DC converters A switch generates the +5. and IC Data Sheets 9. coming from the Power Supply Unit. 9. While receiving digital signals. In the LC7. the signal coming from the tuner is fed to the IF demodulator (through the SAW filters) and then passed to the Trident Video Processor.3 V (+3V3_STBY) • +5. Abbreviation List. Figure “Overview of PSU connectivity” shows the connectivity of the Power Supply Unit with the other panels in the set. unless the main fuse of the unit is broken.eps 310107 Figure 9-4 DC-DC converter block diagram 9. G_16860_063. EN 75 LCD Power Supply The Power Supply Unit (PSU) in this chassis is a buy-in and is a black-box for Service. Front-End This chassis uses different tuners depending on the region and execution. . While receiving analogue signals. This results in the +5V_STANDBY (and +5V_SW for PDP sets) voltage(s). Always replace the fuse with one with the correct specifications! This part is available in the regular market.3 V (+3V3_MOJO) • +1.1x chassis (analogue sets).Circuit Descriptions. Three different PSU can be used in this chassis: • 26 and 32 inch sets use a “Delta” PSU • 37 and 42 inch sets use a “PPS” (Philips Power Solutions) PSU • 47 inch sets use a “Delta” PSU.eps 020207 Figure 9-5 Tuner IF diagram In the LC7.2 LC7.2 V (+1V2_MOJO) An overview can be found in figure “DC-DC converter block diagram”. the signal coming from the tuner is fed to the IF demodulator (through the SAW filters) and then passed to the Trident Video Processor. They deliver the following voltages to the board: • +3. Table 9-1 Tuner diversity Region Tuner Europe TD1316AF Type hybrid UV1318S analogue AP UV1316E analogue China TEDE9 analogue Latam UV1338 analogue For a general outline of tuner applications in this chassis see figure “Tuner IF diagram”.1E LA 9.16MHz IF AGC I2C_analogue I2C_digital G_16860_054.8 V (+1V8S_SW) • +34 V (+VTUN) • +3.2 V (+5V_STANDBY) supply voltage. is (are) used as input for the on-board DC/DC converters.2 V Standby voltage. For PDP sets. this switch is mounted on-board the SSB. An overview of the different executions can be found in table “Tuner diversity”.2 V (+5V_SW) (only for LCD sets) • +1.2x chassis (digital sets).2 V (+5V_SW) from the +5.4 G_16860_051. For LCD sets. When defective.

I 0 M/N China 1 B/G.c.5 Video Processing The video processing is completely handled by the Trident SVP CX32 video processor which features: • CVBS-input for analogue signals • RGB-input for digital (DVB-T) signals • Motion and “edge-adaptive” deinterlacing • 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. needs to be switched between digital and analogue mode. This is done by the microcontroller via DVB_SW. to perform automatic gain control. the automatic gain control depends on if the set is receiving a digital or an analogue signal. 11 TV IF output DC voltage (V) The pin assignment of the hybrid tuner can be found in table “Pin assignment hybrid tuner”. In the LC7.1E LA Video IF Amplifier Pin number Description The IF-filter is integrated in a SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) filter. Table 9-5 Pin assignment analogue tuners Pin number Description DC voltage (V) 1 RF AGC voltage 3. Circuit Descriptions.c.3 5 SDA 0 to 3.3 6 n. One for filtering IF-video (item 1102) and one for IF-audio (item 1103).4.4. I 0 M/N LATAM n.3 . the tuner receives an external AGC voltage. the hybrid tuner receives an external AGC voltage. Table 9-4 Hybrid tuner digital/analogue switching Region DVB_SW Europe 1 Mode analogue reception 0 Digital reception The pin assignment of all analogue tuners is equal and can be found in table “Pin assignment analogue tuners”.c. M/N The hybrid tuner TDA1316AF.a. DC voltage (V) 1 n. D/K.4.c.5 (weak or no signal) < 3. to perform automatic gain control. 9 tuning supply voltage 5 ±0. used in Europe sets.25 0 to 3 Table 9-3 SAW filter switching 9.25 33 Automatic Gain Control In the LC7. D/K.4. and IC Data Sheets LC7. Abbreviation List.1x chassis (analogue sets).5 (weak or no signal) < 3. 2 RF AGC voltage 3 I2C-bus address select 0 4 SCL 0 to 3. During digital reception. In table “SAW filter switching” is explained how to address the different system standards. 10 n.c.2 Region SAW_SW System Europe 1 L’ 0 other systems AP 1 B/G.EN 76 9. 3 I2C-bus address select 0 4 SCL 0 to 3.3 6 4 MHz reference output 7 supply voltage 8 broadband IF output 9 IF AGC voltage 10 narrowband IF output 11 narrowband IF output 3. 9. During analogue reception.3 5 SDA 0 to 3. Some filters can be switched to another standard.3 (strong signal) 5 ±0. . Table 9-6 Pin assignment hybrid tuner Table 9-2 SAW filter diversity SAW filter Switching Y/N Pin number Description Region Video/Audio OFWK3953M No Europe Video OFWK9656M Yes Europe Audio OFWK7265L Yes AP Video OFWK9361L No AP Sound OFWK3956L No China Video OFWK3955L No China Video OFWK9352L No China Audio OFWM1967L No LATAM Video/Audio Switching is done by the microcontroller via SAW_SW.2x chassis (digital sets). coming from the demodulator. An overview of the SAW filter diversity can be found in table “SAW filter diversity”. 7 supply voltage 8 n.3 (strong signal) 2 n.1 9. what makes them suitable for applications in multi-standard platforms.3 . coming from the demodulator. Refer to table “Hybrid tuner digital/analogue switching” for details. no external AGC voltage is used but the tuners internal AGC loop is used. The type of these filters depends on the standard(s) received (region-dependency).

PC_G and PC_R. “Block diagram video processing .eps 310107 Figure 9-6 Block diagram video processing . EXT4 (HD where applicable) and HDMI1 & 2 input. During analogue reception.5. a monitor output is foreseen. A n a lo g u e F ro n t E n d C VBS_R F CVBS1 S C 2 _ Y _ C V B S _ IN PR_R3 S C 2 _ C _ IN AV1 FS2 F R O N T _ Y _ C V B S _ IN _ T S ID E A V F R O N T _ C _ IN _ T C C V I_ D T V _ S E L D M M I c o n n e c to r D M M I Y P b P r IN C V I1 Y_G 3 C VI YPbPr MUX IB O _ R _ IN PC_R IB O _ G _ IN PC _G IB O _ B _ IN PC_B IB O _ C V B S _ IN FS1 H D _ Y _ IN H D _ P B _ IN H D _ P R _ IN C V I2 T r id e n t Video Processor Y_G 1 SVP CX32 PB_B1 PR_R1 PC VGA H D M I2 S C 1 _ R _ IN S C 1 _ G _ IN S C 1 _ B _ IN PC _VG A_H PC _VG A_V HDMI Decoder C VBS_O U T2 CVBS PR_R2 Y_G 2 PB_B2 A IN _ H S A IN _ V S H D M I_ Y (0 :7 ) H D M I_ C b (0 :7 ) H D M I_ C r(0 :7 ) H D M I1 G_16860_061.EU version The video processor also interfaces the SCART1 & 2 input. side AV. During digital reception.1E LA 9. EN 77 Region-dependent applications A n a lo g u e F ro n t E n d CVBS_RF CVBS1 S C 1 _ R _ IN S C 1 _ G _ IN S C 1 _ B _ IN S C 1 _ C V B S _ IN S C 1 _ F B L _ IN SCART1 PR _R 2 Y_G 2 PB_B2 PB_B3 FB1 S C 2 _ Y _ C V B S _ IN PR _R 3 S C 2 _ C _ IN SCART2 Y_G 3 F R O N T _ C _ IN _ T C O n b o a rd E X T 3 H D _ Y _ IN PB_B1 IB O _ R _ IN HDMI Decoder CVBS C VBS_O U T2 PR _R 1 S C A R T 2 M o n ito r o u t PC_R D i g i t a l F r o n t E n d IB O _ G _ IN ( D V B-T IB O _ B _ IN d e m o d u la to r IB O _ C V B S _ IN a n d d e c o d e r) H D M I2 T r id e n t Video Processor SVP CX32 Y_G 1 H D _ P B _ IN H D _ P R _ IN EXT4 S C A R T 1 M o n ito r o u t FS2 F R O N T _ Y _ C V B S _ IN _ T S ID E A V CVBS C VBS_O U T1 PC_G PC _B FS1 H D M I_ Y (0 :7 ) H D M I_ C b (0 :7 ) H D M I_ C r (0 :7 ) H D M I1 G_16860_060. Abbreviation List.Circuit Descriptions.1 LC7.eps 310107 Figure 9-7 Block diagram video processing .AP version C IN C H M o n ito r o u t . the video signal coming from the MPEG decoder (MOJO) is fed to the video processor via pins FS1. Through the SCART1 & 2 connectors. a CVBS signal coming from the analogue front-end is fed to the video processor via pin CVBS1.EU version” shows the input and output signals to and from the Trident Video Processor in EU applications. and IC Data Sheets 9. PC_B.

When this signal is HIGH.eps 090307 A[0:19] 1MB Flash Memory Figure 9-9 Block diagram audio processing . SCART 1 IN COMP IN SIDE IN HDMI IN HDMI IC 7310 7311 HP AMPLIFIER SC1-IN SCART 2 IN SC2-IN SC1-OUT SCART 1 OUT SC3-IN SC2-OUT SCART 2 OUT SC4-IN AUDIO DAC SC5-IN CPU_RST/WR/RD/CE Reneas microprocessor G_16860_055. the Trident Video Processor and the SDRAM. Control signals CX_BA0. A cinch output connector for Monitor output is foreseen. Digital audio signals coming from HDMI sources are fed to a digital-to-analogue converter and then fed to the MSP.6 DVB / MOJO (if present) Memory addressing ANA_IN1+ DACM LOUDSPEAKER CLASS D AMPLIFIER I2S_DA_IN1 I2S_WS I2S_CL DACA Figure “Memory block diagram” shows the interconnection between the microprocessor. the MSP features: • Sound IF input for signals coming from the analogue frontend • Three I2S-inputs for signals (“DATA”. When this signal is LOW. this signal is always LOW since no IBO is used.EU application D[0:7] CS/WR/RD 7202 A[0:7] D[0:7] 7204 CX_BA0/BA1/MCLK/ CLKE/CS0/RAS/CAS/WE 8MB SDRAM CX_MA[0:11] Trident CX DQ[0:15] CX_BA0/BA1/MCLK/ CLKE/CS0/RAS/CAS/WE CX_MA[0:11] DQ[16:31] 7205 8MB SDRAM G_16860_062 220207 In EU applications. CX_CLKE. WR and RD. LC7.7 2 nd SIF MONITOR OUT SC5-IN G_16860_056. address lines CX_MA[0:11] and data lines DQ[0:15] are used for transferring data between the Trident Video Processor and the SDRAM ICs (items 7204 and 7205). An ANA_IN1+ DACM I2S3 HDMI AUDIO SC2-IN SC1-OUT CVI 1 IN SC3-IN SC2-OUT AV 1 IN SC4-IN AUDIO MUX ** FOR AP ANALOGUE & LATAM SET HEADPHONE HP AMPLIFIER SC1-IN AV 2 IN LOUDSPEAKER CLASS D AMPLIFIER I2S_DA_IN3 I2S_WS3 I2S_CL3 DACA PC AUDIO IN CHINA DTV IN CVI2 IN 9. During analogue reception. CVI2 (HD). address lines A[0:7] and data lines D[0:7] are used for transferring data between the Trident Video Processor (item 7202) and the microprocessor (item 7311). an internal DMMI connector is implemented for future digital reception applications in combination with IBO. CX_RAS. In case of reception of digital TV signals.432 MHz oscillator.1E LA Circuit Descriptions.7. HDMI1 & 2. Abbreviation List. VGA(PC). 9.EN 78 9. address lines A[0:19] and data lines D[0:7] are used for transferring data between the microprocessor (item 7311) and the flash memory (item 7310). the FLASH memory. Control signals CS. I2S_WS1 and I2S_CL1 lines. The following functionality is included: • Automatic Standard Detection (ASD) automatically detects the actual broadcasted TV standard • Automatic Sound Select (ASS) automatically switches (without any I2C-bus action) between mono/stereo/ bilingual mode when the broadcast mode changes. RD and CE. The video processor also interfaces the AV1 and Side AV input.AP application In AP applications. Figure 9-8 Memory block diagram Control signals CPU_RST. This ensures a “true digital path”. the MSP features: • Sound IF input for signals coming from the analogue frontend . CX_CAS and CX_WE. WR. a CVBS signal coming from the analogue front-end is fed to the video processor via pin CVBS1. MSP 4450P ANALOGUE FRONT END Audio Processing The audio decoding is done entirely via the Multistandard Sound Processor (MSP) 4450P (item 7411).1 Region-dependent applications MSP 4450P ANALOGUE FRONT END 2 nd SIF I2S1 9. However. which.AP version” shows the input and output signals to and from the Trident Video Processor in AP applications. CX_CS0. Currently. and IC Data Sheets internal 40 ms (stereo) audio delay line (LIP SYNC) is foreseen and therefore no external delay line is necessary. This processor covers the processing of both analogue and (NICAM) digital input signals by processing the (analogue) IF signal-in to processed (analogue) AF-out (baseband audio). CX_BA1. “CLK” and “WS”) coming from the MOJO in case of digital reception • Five analogue inputs: for EXT1 to EXT4 and HDMI • Loudspeaker output path • Headphone output path • SCART-1 output path (RF) • SCART-2 output path (WYSIWYG = monitor). digital audio signals coming from the MOJO are directly fed to the MSP via the I2S_DA_IN1. on its turn is locked to the corresponding source. CX_MCLK. then the YPbPr input signal coming from the DMMI connector is passed to the video processor. CVI_DTV_SEL is a control signal from the microprocessor.eps 090307 Figure 9-10 Block diagram audio processing . in NICAM or I2S-mode. “Block diagram video processing . All internal clock signals are derived from an external 18. No digital reception (DVB-T) reception is foreseen in AP region. then the MUX passes the CVI1 YPbPr input signal to the Trident Video Processor.

• Remote control via CEC bus (Consumer Electronics Control): allows user to control all HDMI devices with the TV's remote control and menus. “CLK” and “WS”) coming from the HDMI interface • Five analogue inputs: for CVI1. I2S_WS3 and I2S_CL3 lines. which is an amplified version of the input signal. CVI2. The disadvantage is the large output filter. An LC filter with a cut-off frequency less than the Class D switching frequency. • 9. AV2. set-top boxes and other audiovisual sources to television sets. spending very little time in the linear region in between. 32/44. HDMI offers extra: • YUV 4:4:4 (3 x 8-bit) or 4:2:2 (up to 2 x 12-bit). This causes more loss in the load. Therefore. Compared with DVI. Class D amplifiers can drive the same output power as a Class AB amplifier using less supply current. Digital audio signals coming from HDMI sources are directly fed to the MSP via the I2S_DA_IN3. projectors and other video displays.0). 9. Figure “HDMI implementation” shows the HDMI configuration in this chassis. EN 79 DC-protection A DC-detection circuit is foreseen to protect the speakers.hdmi. This ensures a “true digital path”.1 Introduction Note: Text below is an excerpt from the ”HDMI Specification” that is issued by the HDMI founders (see http://www. which causes lower efficiency. negative feedback is applied. HDMI can carry high quality multi-channel audio data and can carry all standard and high-definition consumer electronics video formats. 9. HDMI can also carry control and status information in both directions. Principle +V 9. allows the switching current to flow through the filter instead of the load. • Digital audio in CD quality (16-bit.g. and IC Data Sheets Three I2S-inputs for signals (“DATA”. It is built around three transistors (items 7A05 to 7A07) and generates a protection signal (DC_PROT) to the microprocessor in case of a DC failure in the Class D amplifiers. The output from the multiplexer is fed to the MSP via the SC5-input.2 Implementation The IC used is the Sil 9025 (Silicon Image) third generation HDMI receiver. very little power is lost to heat. DTV (China) and PC audio • Loudspeaker output path • Headphone output path • Monitor output path (WYSIWYG). where DVI offers only RGB 4:4:4 (3 x 8 bit). The High-Definition Multimedia Interface is developed for transmitting digital signals from DVD players.1/48 kHz). . It combines a good performance with a high efficiency. In order to keep the distortion low. A Low Pass Filter at the output passes only the average of the output wave. The main reason for this filter is that the switching waveform results in maximum current flow.8 HDMI 9.8. the microprocessor (item 7311) controls the audio part with the following control lines: • MUTEn: used to mute the Class D amplifiers • ANTI_PLOP: used to detect any DC failure in the Class D amplifiers • DC_PROT: used to detect any DC failure in the Class D amplifiers.2 LC7.Circuit Descriptions. In both applications. By comparing the input voltage to a triangle wave. It has the following features: • Dual HDMI input connector • Two EEPROMS to support EDID • HDMI audio • I2S output to low-cost DACs which operate at a frequency of 32 to 192 kHz • Integrated HDCP decryption engine • Built-in pre-programmed HDCP keys for highest level of copy-protection security • Colour space conversion RGB to YCbCr • “Hot Plug Reset” signal.7. AV1.8. Abbreviation List.1E LA Audio Amplifier HDMI is backward compatible with DVI (1. • Less cables: e. The output transistors of a Class D amplifier switch from 'full off' to 'full on' (saturated) and then back again. little voltage is dropped across them. thus reducing the overall loss and increasing the efficiency. -V G_16860_080. from 10 audio/9 video cables to 3 HDMI cables. If the transistors have a low 'on' resistance (RDS(ON)). the audio signal coming from the DTV module is in analogue format. • Smaller connector (SCART successor). Content protection technology is available. item 7A01). and decreases duty cycle to decrease output voltage. In case of reception of digital TV signals. the amplifier increases duty cycle to increase output voltage. resulting in a big reduction in heat generation. a multiplexer is used to switch between China DTV or DVI2 audio. The advantage of Class D is increased efficiency (= less heat dissipation). further reducing losses. The audio amplifier is an integrated class-D amplifier (TDA8932T. higher quality available (8 channels. In China sets. item 7817 on the SSB. 192 kHz).eps 020207 Figure 9-11 Principle Class-D Amplifier The Class D amplifier works by varying the duty cycle of a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal.org).

Abbreviation List. An MPEG2 based standard for transmitting digital audio and video. and IC Data Sheets LC7.9 Hot plug Reset HDMI 1 DDC Reset HDMI_HOTPLUG_RESET DDC_RESET Microprocessor RST I2C (Port 1) EDID Abbreviation List HDMI Receiver Sil9025 Data Enable (Port 2) 24 bits YCbCr 4:4:4 HDMI CLK Trident 1080i 1080p 2CS 2DNR 3DNR 480i 480p AARA CX32 HDMI 2 H and V Sync EDID I2S ACI HDMI_Audio LR I2S DAC COMP_AUDIO LR for DVI audio input only Audio Processor Micronas MSP4450P G_16860_078. is a part of the "Plug and Play" feature Directions For Use: owner's manual Dynamic Noise Reduction Dynamic RAM Digital Signal Processing Dealer Service Tool: special (European) remote control designed for service technicians Digital Theatre Sound Digital Video Broadcast. progressive scan Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation: algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to remove horizontal black bars. ports 1 and 2 of the HDMI receiver. Switching is controlled by software. A multiplexing technique that distributes the data to be transmitted over many carriers Customer Service Mode Composite Video Blanking and Synchronisation CVBS monitor signal CVBS terrestrial out Component Video Input Digital to analogue Converter Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra low frequency amplification Display Data Channel.5 MHz Broadcast Television System Committee Conditional Access Module Circuit Board Assembly (or PWB) Consumer Electronics Control bus. Sound carrier distance is 5. When it receives a YCbCr 4:4:4 signal it will just pass the signal directly to the Trident Video Processor. AM AUO AP AR ASD AV B/G BTSC CAM CBA CEC CI CL CLUT ComPair COFDM CSM CVBS CVBS-MON CVBS-TER-OUT CVI DAC DBE DDC DFU DNR DRAM DSP DST DTS DVB(T) DVD DVI DW 1080 visible lines.EN 80 9.1E LA 9. “Hot Plug Reset” and “DDC Reset” are controlled by the microprocessor. The HDMI receiver will convert all RGB or YCbCr 4:2:2 signals to 24-bit YCbCr 4:4:4. The ports cannot be activated at the same moment. T= Terrestrial Digital Versatile Disc Digital Visual Interface Double Window . interlaced 480 visible lines. interlaced 1080 visible lines. remote control bus on HDMI connections Common Interface.g PCMCIA slot for a CAM in a set top box Constant Level: audio output to connect with an external amplifier Colour Look Up Table Computer aided rePair Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing.eps 010207 ADC AFC Figure 9-12 HDMI implementation AGC HDMI connectors 1 and 2 are connected to resp. keeping up the original aspect ratio Automatic Channel Installation: algorithm that installs TV channels directly from a cable network by means of a predefined TXT page analogue to Digital Converter Automatic Frequency Control: control signal used to tune to the correct frequency Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that controls the video input of the feature box Amplitude Modulation Acer Unipack Optronics Asia Pacific Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9 Automatic Standard Detection Audio Video Monochrome TV system. progressive scan 2 Carrier Sound Spatial (2D) Noise Reduction Temporal (3D) Noise Reduction 480 visible lines. E. Circuit Descriptions.

Sound carrier distance is 6. entering the set by SCART or by cinches (jacks) Fast Blanking: DC signal accompanying RGB signals Fast Blanking Teletext FLASH memory Field Memory / Frequency Modulation FM Radio Frame Rate Converter Flat TeleVision H_sync to the module High Definition: 720p. The primary colour signals for TV. Green. Sound carrier distance is 6. This is a digital sound system. and Vertical sync Read Only Memory Service Alignment Mode SandCastle: two-level pulse derived from sync signals SCART output of the MSP audio IC SCART output of the MSP audio IC Short Circuit Clock signal on I2C bus Standard Definition: 480i. digital audio and video interface Head Phone Monochrome TV system. EN 81 Near Instantaneous Compounded Audio Multiplexing. Green. A "key" encoded into the HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video data piracy. 1080i. Colour system used mainly in North America and Japan. for example. all colours (Y/C) are reproduced. They are called at startup of the set to configure it according the customers wishes LATin AMerica Philips chassis name for LCD TV 2007 project Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Monochrome TV system. Colour carrier NTSC M/N = 3. Abbreviation List. data transmission system for high speed and low EMI communication. in FST tuning systems. NTSC 4.579545 MHz. Z= Zapper. module for DVB reception. For normal content distribution.1E LA 9.5 MHz. Used. the source and the display device must be enabled for HDCP "software key" decoding High Definition Multimedia Interface. Colour system used mainly in Western Europe (colour carrier = 4.433619 MHz) and South America (colour carrier PAL M = 3.43 = 4. 576i Data signal on I2C bus Samsung Display Industry Service Default Mode Synchronous DRAM SEequence Couleur Avec Memoire. G. and Blue.5 MHz Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor Motion Pictures Experts Group Multi-standard Sound Processor: ITT sound decoder MUTE Line North American Free Trade Association: Trade agreement between Canada. L' is Band I. options) Open Circuit On/Off control signal for the LED Over the Air Download On Screen Display Phase Alternating Line. L is all bands except for Band I LG Philips LCD Loud Speaker Low Voltage Differential Signalling. it is not transmitted off-air) Non Volatile Memory: IC containing TV related data (for example. 1080p High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. Blue. and IC Data Sheets ED EDID EEPROM EU EXT FBL FBL-TXT FLASH FM FMR FRC FTV H HD HDCP HDMI HP I I2C I2S IBO(Z) IC IF IR IRQ Last Status LATAM LC07 LCD LED L/L' LPL LS LVDS M/N MOSFET MPEG MSP MUTE NAFTA NC Enhanced Definition: 480p. the picture is put into a "snow vision" mode or changed to a low resolution.Circuit Descriptions.250000 MHz Sound Intermediate Frequency Switch Mode Power Supply SouND Self Oscillating Power Supply Sony Philips Digital InterFace Static RAM Small Signal Board Stand-by Super Video Home System Sub Woofer / SoftWare Total Harmonic Distortion TeleteXT Microprocessor .582056 MHz) Personal Computer Printed Circuit Board (or PWB) Plasma Display Panel Picture In Graphic Picture In Picture Phase Locked Loop. Sound carrier distance is 4.433619 MHz (this is a VCR norm. 576p Extended Display Identification Data (VESA standard) Electrically Erasable and Programmable Read Only Memory EUrope EXTernal (source). The customer can directly provide the desired frequency Power Supply Unit Printed Wiring Board (or PCB) Random Access Memory Remote Control transmitter Remote Control system 5 (6).406250 MHz and 4. Colour system used mainly in France and Eastern Europe. If a source is HDCP coded and connected via HDMI/DVI without the proper HDCP decoding. used mainly in Europe.0 MHz Integrated IC bus Integrated IC Sound bus Intelligent Bolt On module. Integrated Circuit Intermediate Frequency Infra Red Interrupt ReQuest The settings last chosen by the customer and read and stored in RAM or in the NVM.575612 MHz and PAL N = 3. By mixing levels of R. and B. Horizontal sync. the signal from the remote control receiver Radio Frequency Red. Red. National Television Standard Committee. USA and Mexico Not Connected NICAM NTSC NVM O/C ON/OFF LED OAD OSD PAL PC PCB PDP PIG PIP PLL PSU PWB RAM RC RC5 (6) RF RGB RGBHV ROM SAM SC SC1-OUT SC2-OUT S/C SCL SD SDA SDI SDM SDRAM SECAM SIF SMPS SND SOPS S/PDIF SRAM SSB STBY SVHS SW THD TXT uP LC7. Monochrome TV system. Colour carriers = 4.

blanking level and sync. and IC Data Sheets Variable Level out: processed audio output toward external amplifier Video Cassette Recorder Video Graphics Array Watch Dog What You See Is What You Record: record selection that follows main picture and sound Quartz crystal Component video (Y= Luminance.t. other amplitudes w.EN 82 9.1E LA Circuit Descriptions. Luminance-signal Baseband component video (Y= Luminance. to YUV) Video related signals: Y consists of luminance signal. Pb/ Pr= Colour difference signals B-Y and R-Y. C consists of colour signal. Abbreviation List. U/V= Colour difference signals) .r. VL VCR VGA WD WYSIWYR XTAL YPbPr Y/C Y-OUT YUV LC7.

Type SIL9025CTU(IC7817) (HDMI) Block Diagram Pin Configuration G_16860_073. and IC Data Sheets LC7. 9.10.1E LA 9.1 Diagram B06C.Circuit Descriptions. EN 83 . Abbreviation List.eps 300107 Figure 9-13 Internal block diagram and pin configuration 9.10 IC Data Sheets This section shows the internal block diagrams and pin layouts of ICs that are drawn as "black boxes" in the electrical diagrams (with the exception of "memory" and "logic" ICs).

10.EN 84 9.2 Diagram B06C.eps 220207 Figure 9-14 Internal block diagram and pin configuration . and IC Data Sheets LC7. Type UDA1334ATS (IC7810) (audio DAC) Block Diagram VSSD VDDD 4 BCK WS DATAI 5 1 2 3 DIGITAL INTERFACE MUTE DEEM/CLKOUT 10 PLL DE-EMPHASIS UDA1334ATS SYSCLK/PLL1 PLL0 6 7 8 11 INTERPOLATION FILTER 9 SFOR1 SFOR0 NOISE SHAPER VOUTL DAC 14 DAC 13 15 VDDA VSSA 16 VOUTR 12 Vref(DAC) Pin Configuration BCK 1 16 VOUTR WS 2 15 VSSA DATAI 3 VDDD 4 VSSD 5 SYSCLK/PLL1 6 SFOR1 7 MUTE 8 14 VOUTL UDA1334ATS 13 VDDA 12 Vref(DAC) 11 SFOR0 10 PLL0 9 DEEM/CLKOUT G_16860_081. Abbreviation List. Circuit Descriptions.1E LA 9.

TF. Type TDA8932T (IC7A01) (audio amplifier) Block Diagram OSCREF OSCIO 10 VDDA 31 8 28 IN1P 2 OSCILLATOR 29 DRIVER HIGH PWM MODULATOR VSSD IN1N INREF IN2P CTRL 26 DRIVER LOW 3 12 21 MANAGER 20 15 DRIVER HIGH PWM MODULATOR IN2N 27 22 CTRL 23 DRIVER LOW 14 PROTECTIONS: OVP. Abbreviation List. 17.eps 300107 Figure 9-15 Internal block diagram and pin configuration EN 85 . UVP. WP VDDP1 OUT1 VSSP1 BOOT2 VDDP2 OUT2 VSSP2 VDDA STABILIZER 11 V DIAG BOOT1 4 25 STAB1 VSSP1 VDDA STABILIZER 11 V CGND POWERUP 7 6 REGULATOR 5 V 18 DREF 5 VDDA 11 30 TEST STAB2 VSSD MODE ENGAGE 24 VSSP2 VSSA TDA8932 13 19 HVPREF HVP1 HVP2 HALF SUPPLY VOLTAGE 9 VSSA 1. OCP. 9.1E LA 9. and IC Data Sheets LC7.10.3 Diagram B07. 16. OTP.Circuit Descriptions. 32 VSSD(HW) Pin Configuration VSSD(HW) 1 32 VSSD(HW) IN1P 2 31 OSCIO IN1N 3 30 HVP1 DIAG 4 29 VDDP1 ENGAGE 5 28 BOOT1 POWERUP 6 27 OUT1 CGND 7 VDDA 8 VSSA 9 26 VSSP1 TDA8932T 25 STAB1 24 STAB2 OSCREF 10 23 VSSP2 HVPREF 11 22 OUT2 INREF 12 21 BOOT2 TEST 13 20 VDDP2 IN2N 14 19 HVP2 IN2P 15 18 DREF VSSD(HW) 16 17 VSSD(HW) G_16860_045.

eps 220207 Figure 9-16 Internal block diagram and pin configuration . Circuit Descriptions. and IC Data Sheets LC7.10. 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 PAVSS2 PLF2 PAVDD2 ADVDD33 AVSS33_1 AVSS33_2 VM R G B IRSET AVDD33 AVSS33_3 HSG VSG HSD HFLB FBLANK DP_HS DP_VS DP_DE_FLD VDDC VSSC DP23 DP22 DP21 DP20 DP19 VDDH VSSH DP18 DP17 DP16 DP15 DP14 DP13 DP12 DP_CLK DP11 DP10 DP9 VDDC VSSC DP8 DP7 DP6 DP5 DP4 DP3 DP2 DP1 DP0 TESTMODE AIN_HS AIN_VS VDDC VSSC CVBS_OUT2 CVBS_OUT1 AVSS_OUTBUF AVDD3_OUTBUF AVDD3_BG_ASS AVSS_BG_ASS AVDD3_ADC1 CVBS1 FS2 FS1 FB2 FB1 VREFP_1 VREFN_1 AVSS_ADC1 AVDD_ADC1 AVDD_ADC4 AVSS_ADC4 Y_G1 Y_G2 Y_G3 PC_G VREFP_2 VREFN_2 AVDD_ADC2 AVSS_ADC2 PR_R1 PR_R2 PR_R3 PC_R C AVDD_ADC3 AVSS_ADC3 AVDD3_AD2 PB_B1 PB_B2 PB_B3 PC_B PDVDD PDVSS PAVDD PAVSS XTALO XTALI PAVSS1 MLF1 PAVDD1 MD19 MD20 MD21 MS22 MD23 VSSM VDDM VSSC VDDC MD24 MD25 MD26 MD27 MD28 MD29 MD30 MD31 DQM3 RESET V5SF ALE A_D0 A_D1 A_D2 A_D3 A_D4 A_D5 A_D6 A_D7 VSSC VDDC VSSH VDDH ADDR7 ADDR6 ADDR5 ADDR4 ADDR3 ADDR2 ADDR1 ADDR0 RD# WR# CS GPIO0 GPIO1 SDA SCL INTN PWM0 VSSC VDDC G_16860_042. Abbreviation List. Type SVP CX32 (IC7202) (Trident video processor) Block Diagram SDR 16/32 5 CVBS UMAC Memory Control 2 Chroma Noise Reduction CRTC Analog Mux PC RGB x 1 (up to SXGA 60Hz) Ypbpr x 2 (up to 1080i) 24bit Digital or 8/10 bit CCIR656/601 ADC Din_portD (24bit) 3D Video Decoder 3D motion Deinterlacer ASS/DSS Dynamic Contrast VBI Slicer 6th Generation Scaler Sharpness Control LVDS Out LCD Over Drive 8bit Single LVDS Tx CSC Color Management OSD Engine ICSC 10bit Gama CVBS Out MCU Interface 8/16 bit CPU bus GPIO I2C GPIO PWM I2C CVBS_OUT PWM External MCU 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 DQM0 MD0 MD1 MD2 MD3 MD4 MD5 MD6 MD7 VSSM VDDM MD8 MD9 MD10 MD11 MD12 MD13 MD14 MD15 VSSC VDDC VSSM VDDM DQM1 WE# CAS# RAS# CS0# BA0 BA1 MA11 MA10 MA0 MA1 MA2 MA3 VSSC VDDC MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 CLKE MCK VSSM DQM2 VDDM MD16 MD17 MD18 Pin Configuration SVPTMCX32 r .1E LA 9.4 Diagram B04B.EN 86 9.

1E LA 9.5 Diagram B04C.. Abbreviation List. 9.eps 300107 Figure 9-17 Internal block diagram EN 87 . Type MSP4450P (IC7411) (Micronas sound processor) Demodulator ADC Sound IF1 Loudspeaker Sound Processing Preprocessing internal / external Audio Delay I2S5 12 / 16 / 2 I S1 I2 S I2S2 I2 S I2S3 I2S4 I2 S (2.Circuit Descriptions. and IC Data Sheets LC7.10.8-channel) Source Select Sound IF2 DAC/ HighResolution PWM L R SL SR Center Subwoofer Headphone Sound Processing DAC Headphone S/PDIF Prescale I2S Surround Processing SCART1 SCART4 Prescale SCART3 DAC SCART DSP Input Select ADC SCART2 Loudspeaker Block Diagram SCART1 DAC SCART Output Select SCART2 SCART5 SCART3 G_16860_041.

Spare Parts List Set Level per Model Number (CTN) 32PFL5322/10 0815 0816 0821 0822 1004h 1005h 1112 1114 1116 8002 8304 8520 8521 8735 8C01 8G51 8M01 8M20 8P11 3139 127 09075 3139 127 09093 3139 127 09103 3139 127 09113 9322 230 03682 3139 128 78521 3139 268 05931 3139 268 05921 3139 268 08851 3104 311 07121 3104 311 08031 3104 311 10701 3104 311 12431 3139 131 08671 3139 131 08541 3139 131 08281 3139 131 08601 3139 131 08691 3139 131 08581 Main Software Main NVM Software HDMI-1 Software HDMI-2 Software LC320W01-SL06 Power Supply Unit IR/LED Assy [J] Keyboard Assy [E] Side IO Assy [D] Cable 2p3/220/Inlet Cable 11p/480/11p Cable 12p/680/12p Cable 14p/180/14p Cable 4p/480 1000/2ft Cable 9p/220/9p Bk Cable 30p/180/30p Fi-x Cable 3p/80/3p Bk Cable 7p/560/7p Bk Cable 8p/220/8p Bk b 5213 5215 2422 264 00605 Loudsp.3V 0805 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 15pF 10% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 . 6Ω 15W L 2151 2207 2208 2209 0815 3139 127 09075 Main Software 2210 0816 3139 127 09093 Main NVM Software 2211 0821 3139 127 09103 HDMI-1 Software 2212 0822 3139 127 09113 HDMI-2 Software 2213 1004h 9322 246 97682 LC420WX3-SLA1 2214 1005h 3122 427 24571 Power Supply Unit 2215 1112 3139 268 05931 IR/LED Assy [J] 2216 1114 3139 268 05921 Keyboard Assy [E] 2217 1116 3139 268 08961 Side IO Assy [D] 42 2218 8002 3104 311 08071 Cable 2P3/140 2219 8304 3104 311 07951 Cable 11p/680/11p 2220 8735 3139 131 08041 Cable 4p/560 820/2ft 2221 8C01 3139 131 08521 Cable 9p/400/9p Bk 2222 8G51 3139 131 08291 Cable 30p/280/30p Fi-x 2223 8M01 3139 131 08601 Cable 3p/80/3p Bk 2224 8M20 3104 311 13091 Cable 7p/560/7p Wh 2225 8P11 3139 131 08561 Cable 8p/400/8p Bk 2226 2227 b 2228 2229 5211 2422 264 00618 Loudsp. 6Ω 15W Tw 42PFL5322/10 0815 0816 0821 0822 1004h 1005 1112 1114 1116 8002 8304 8520 8521 8735 8C01 8G51 8M01 8M20 8P11 3139 127 09075 3139 127 09093 3139 127 09103 3139 127 09113 9322 246 97682 3122 427 24571 3139 268 05931 3139 268 05921 3139 268 08961 3104 311 08071 3104 311 07951 3104 311 08191 3104 311 12481 3139 131 08041 3139 131 08521 3139 131 08291 3139 131 08601 3104 311 13091 3139 131 08561 Main Software Main NVM Software HDMI-1 Software HDMI-2 Software LC420WX3-SLA1 Power Supply Unit IR/LED Assy [J] Keyboard Assy [E] Side IO Assy [D] 42 Cable 2P3/140 Cable 11p/680/11p Cable 12p/1200/12p Cable 14p/400/14p Wh Cable 4p/560 820/2ft Cable 9p/400/9p Bk Cable 30p/280/30p Fi-x Cable 3p/80/3p Bk Cable 7p/560/7p Wh Cable 8p/400/8p Bk b 5211 5212 2422 264 00618 Loudsp. LC7. 6Ω 15W FR 2422 264 00607 Loudsp.32MHz 20pF 2243 1210 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 2244 1211 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 2245 1212 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 2246 1213 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 2247 1214 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 2248 1215 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 2250 1216 2422 549 45325 Bead 67Ω at 100MHz 1301 2422 543 01526 Xtal 10MHz 12p NX8045 2251 2252 1304 2422 025 10655 Connector 11p m 2253 1314 2422 025 18749 Connector 3p m 2254 1411 2422 543 01461 Xtal 18.7nF 10% 50V 0603 2.7nF 10% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 22μF 20% 6.2μF 10% 10V 42PFL5322/12 3198 030 81090 2238 586 59812 4822 124 12095 4822 124 12095 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00134 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 96749 2020 552 96749 2022 552 05679 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 15628 2238 586 15628 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00134 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 3198 016 31590 2238 586 59812 10μF 20% 50V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100μF 20% 16V 100μF 20% 16V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 22μF 20% 6. 6Ω 15W FR 2422 264 00607 Loudsp.3V 0805 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 20pF 5% 50V 0603 20pF 5% 50V 0603 1μF 10% 16V 0805 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 2.5nF 50V 0603 2284 2125 3198 017 44740 470nF 10V 0603 2286 2126 3198 017 42240 220nF 16V Y5V 0603 2287 2127 4822 122 33761 22pF 5% 50V 2288 2128 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2289 2129 2020 552 00343 22μF 10% 16V 2290 2130 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2291 2131 2020 552 00343 22μF 10% 16V 2292 2132 2020 552 00343 22μF 10% 16V 2293 2133 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2295 2136 3198 017 44740 470nF 10V 0603 2296 2137 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2297 2138 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2298 2139 4822 126 14315 390pF 5% 50V 0603 2310 2143 5322 126 11578 1nF 10% 50V 0603 2311 2144 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2312 2145 5322 126 11578 1nF 10% 50V 0603 2313 2147 2238 786 19856 330nF 20% 160V 0603 2314 2148 2238 586 59812 100nF 20% 50V 0603 2315 2149 2020 552 00132 2. 6Ω 15W L 2231 2232 2233 Small Signal Board [B] 2234 2235 2236 Various 2237 2238 1101 3139 147 19801 Tuner UV1318S/A IH -3 2239 1102 9322 042 72682 SAW 38.9MHz K9656M 2241 1104 2422 543 01386 Xtal 4MHz 20p 2242 1201 2422 543 01133 Xtal 14.9MHz K3953M 2240 1103 2422 549 44341 SAW 38. 6Ω 15W Tw 32PFL5322/12 0815 0816 0821 0822 1004h 1005h 1112 1114 1116 8002 8304 8520 8521 8735 8C01 8G51 8M01 8M20 8P11 3139 127 09075 3139 127 09093 3139 127 09103 3139 127 09113 9322 230 03682 3139 128 78521 3139 268 05931 3139 268 05921 3139 268 08851 3104 311 07121 3104 311 08031 3104 311 10701 3104 311 12431 3139 131 08671 3139 131 08541 3139 131 08281 3139 131 08601 3139 131 08691 3139 131 08581 Main Software Main NVM Software HDMI-1 Software HDMI-2 Software LC320W01-SL06 Power Supply Unit IR/LED Assy [J] Keyboard Assy [E] Side IO Assy [D] Cable 2p3/220/Inlet Cable 11p/480/11p Cable 12p/680/12p Cable 14p/180/14p Cable 4p/480 1000/2ft Cable 9p/220/9p Bk Cable 30p/180/30p Fi-x Cable 3p/80/3p Bk Cable 7p/560/7p Bk Cable 8p/220/8p Bk b 5213 5215 2422 264 00605 Loudsp.EN 88 10. 6Ω 15W R 2422 264 00617 Loudsp.1E LA Spare Parts List 10. 6Ω 15W R 2230 5212 2422 264 00617 Loudsp.432MHz 12p 2255 1504 2422 025 20251 SCART V 21p F Bk 2256 1506 2422 025 20251 SCART V 21p F Bk 2257 1615 2422 026 05894 Socket CINCH 2258 1735 2422 025 09406 Connector 4p m 2259 1810 2422 033 00617 Socket HDMI 2260 1811 2422 033 00617 Socket HDMI 1823 2422 543 01517 Xtal 28M322 18p NX5032 2261 2266 1C01 2422 025 10769 Connector 9p m 2267 1G51 2422 025 18772 Connector 30p m 2268 1M20 4822 267 10618 Connector 7p 2269 1P11 4822 265 11352 Connector 8p 2270 2271 g 2272 2273 2112 2020 552 00343 22μF 10% 16V 2274 2117 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2275 2118 5322 126 11583 10nF 10% 50V 0603 2276 2119 2020 552 96863 100nF 50V 0603 2277 2120 2020 552 00343 22μF 10% 16V 2279 2121 3198 016 31590 15pF 10% 50V 0603 2280 2122 3198 016 31590 15pF 10% 50V 0603 2282 2123 4822 126 14247 1.

062W 100Ω 5% 0.3pF 50V 0603 3.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 5.062W 100Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 39kΩ 5% 0.3nF 10% 63V 47μF 6.062W 180Ω 5% 0.2kΩ 1% 0.1E LA 2B19 2B20 2B21 2B22 2B24 2B25 2C55 2C56 2C57 2L24 2L25 10.062W 4.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.6kΩ 5% 0.062W 3.062W 2.062W 0603 5.3Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.3V 10nF 10% 50V 0603 10nF 10% 50V 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 18pF 5% 50V 0603 10nF 10% 50V 0603 10nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 18pF 5% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 2830 2833 2835 2836 2838 2839 2840 2843 2844 2845 2847 2848 2849 2850 2851 2852 2853 2854 2855 2856 2857 2858 2859 2860 2861 2865 2866 2867 2868 2869 2870 2871 2872 2873 2874 2875 2876 2901 2902 2903 2904 2905 2906 2907 2908 2913 2940 2A01 2A02 2A04 2A08 2A09 2A10 2A11 2A12 2A13 2A14 2A15 2A16 2A17 2A18 2A19 2A20 2A21 2A22 2A23 2A24 2A25 2A26 2A27 2A28 2A29 2A30 2A31 2A32 2A33 2A34 2A35 2A36 2A37 2A38 2A40 2A41 2A45 2A46 2A47 2B10 2B11 2B12 2B13 2B14 2B15 2B17 2B18 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 3198 016 31020 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 3198 016 31020 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 3198 016 31020 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 2020 552 96664 3198 017 44740 4822 124 12095 3198 017 44740 2020 552 96664 4822 124 12095 3198 017 44740 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13879 4822 124 11131 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 021 00215 2020 021 00215 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2020 552 96807 4822 126 13883 3198 017 42240 2020 552 00247 2020 552 96807 2020 552 96807 3198 016 31020 3198 016 31020 4822 126 13883 2020 552 96807 3198 016 31020 2238 586 59812 3198 016 31020 2238 586 59812 3198 017 31530 3198 017 42240 3198 017 31530 2020 552 00247 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 3198 016 31020 3198 016 31020 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 3198 016 31020 3198 016 31020 3198 017 42240 3198 017 42240 2020 552 00247 2020 552 96807 3198 016 31020 3198 024 44730 3198 024 44730 4822 124 12095 5322 126 11583 2020 552 00343 2022 031 00373 4822 126 13883 2238 916 15641 2238 586 59812 4822 124 23002 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 33pF 50V 0603 470nF 10V 0603 100μF 20% 16V 470nF 10V 0603 33pF 50V 0603 100μF 20% 16V 470nF 10V 0603 220nF +80-20% 16V 220nF +80-20% 16V 47μF 6.062W 47Ω 5% 0.3nF 10% 63V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3.3V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 47μF 6.062W 3.5nF 50V 0603 470pF 5% 50V 1.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.5nF 50V 0603 10μF 16V 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 220pF 5% 50V 220pF 5% 50V 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 3.2kΩ 5% 0.062W 2.8Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.3Ω 5% 0.3nF 10% 63V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 330Ω 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 6.3nF 10% 63V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3.063W 0603 100Ω 5% 0.3V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 220μF 20% 25V 220μF 20% 25V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 1μF 10% 10V 0603 220pF 5% 50V 220nF 16V Y5V 0603 470nF 10% 25V 1μF 10% 10V 0603 1μF 10% 10V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 220pF 5% 50V 1μF 10% 10V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 15nF 20% 50V 0603 220nF 16V Y5V 0603 15nF 20% 50V 0603 470nF 10% 25V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 220nF 16V Y5V 0603 220nF 16V Y5V 0603 470nF 10% 25V 1μF 10% 10V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 47nF 50V 0603 47nF 50V 0603 100μF 20% 16V 10nF 10% 50V 0603 22μF 10% 16V 470μF 20% 16V 220pF 5% 50V 22nF 10% 25V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 16V LC7.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.062W Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz 18kΩ 5% 0.062W 4.7Ω 5% 0.Spare Parts List 2316 2317 2318 2320 2323 2327 2329 2330 2331 2332 2333 2335 2336 2337 2338 2408 2409 2410 2411 2412 2413 2414 2415 2416 2417 2418 2419 2420 2421 2422 2423 2424 2425 2426 2427 2428 2429 2430 2431 2432 2433 2434 2435 2436 2437 2438 2439 2440 2441 2442 2443 2444 2445 2502 2506 2508 2509 2512 2514 2515 2517 2518 2520 2521 2523 2525 2533 2534 2536 2607 2608 2610 2612 2801 2802 2803 2804 2805 2806 2807 2808 2809 2810 2811 2812 2813 2814 2815 2816 2817 2818 2819 2828 2829 3198 016 31590 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 5322 126 11583 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13881 4822 126 14247 4822 124 23002 2020 552 00291 4822 126 13883 4822 126 13883 2020 552 00291 3198 016 33380 3198 016 33380 4822 126 14241 4822 126 14241 2238 586 59812 4822 124 23002 4822 126 14241 4822 126 14241 4822 124 23002 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2020 552 94427 2020 552 94427 2020 552 94427 2020 552 94427 4822 126 14225 4822 126 14241 4822 126 14241 4822 126 14241 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 2238 586 59812 2020 552 00247 2020 552 00247 4822 126 14247 4822 126 13881 4822 126 14247 4822 126 13881 2238 586 59812 4822 126 14241 4822 126 14241 4822 126 14241 4822 126 13879 5322 126 11579 4822 126 14241 4822 126 13879 5322 126 11579 4822 126 13879 5322 126 11579 4822 126 13879 5322 126 11579 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13879 5322 126 11579 4822 126 13879 5322 126 11579 4822 124 11131 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 4822 124 11131 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 4822 124 11131 5322 126 11583 5322 126 11583 2020 552 00291 2020 552 00291 4822 126 14507 5322 126 11583 5322 126 11583 5322 126 11578 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 2238 586 59812 4822 126 14507 2238 586 59812 15pF 10% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 220nF +80-20% 16V 470pF 5% 50V 1.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.6kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.63W 220Ω 5% 0.3nF 10% 63V 220nF +80-20% 16V 220nF +80-20% 16V 220nF +80-20% 16V 220nF +80-20% 16V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3.062W 220Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 100Ω 5% 0. EN 89 2022 031 00308 2020 552 94427 4822 124 23002 3198 030 74780 2020 012 93822 2238 586 59812 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 5322 126 11578 4822 126 13879 4822 126 13879 22μF 20% 35V 100pF 5% 50V 10μF 16V 4u7 20% 35V 47μF 20% 16V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 1nF 10% 50V 0603 220nF +80-20% 16V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3198 021 38220 4822 051 30562 4822 051 30393 4822 051 30682 4822 051 30222 4822 051 30222 4822 051 30223 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 4822 051 30183 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30181 4822 051 30562 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30102 4822 117 11151 4822 117 11151 4822 117 12971 2322 762 60479 2322 762 60479 3198 031 11010 3198 031 11010 4822 117 13523 4822 117 13523 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30101 4822 117 12925 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30479 4822 117 12925 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30221 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30101 3198 021 32290 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 3198 021 32290 2350 035 10229 2350 035 10229 2350 035 10229 2350 035 10229 2350 035 10229 2350 035 10229 3198 021 32290 3198 021 32290 2350 035 10229 2350 035 10229 4822 117 11817 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30332 4822 051 30332 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30331 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30331 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 8.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 1Ω 5% 1Ω 5% 15Ω 5% 0603 0.062W 330Ω 5% 0.5nF 50V 0603 470pF 5% 50V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 330pF 0603 50V 330pF 0603 50V 330pF 0603 50V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3.062W f 3110 3111 3115 3116 3117 3118 3119 3120 3121 3122 3123 3124 3125 3126 3127 3128 3129 3130 3133 3134 3135 3136 3137 3201 3202 3203 3204 3211 3212 3213 3215 3216 3217 3221 3222 3239 3241 3242 3243 3244 3245 3246 3247 3248 3260 3261 3262 3263 3264 3265 3266 3267 3268 3271 3300 3303 3305 3308 3310 3313 3314 3315 3316 3318 3319 3320 3322 3323 3324 3325 3329 3336 3338 3339 3340 3341 3342 3343 3345 .062W 22Ω 5% 0603 10kΩ 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 4.062W 22kΩ 5% 0.3nF 10% 63V 330pF 0603 50V 220nF +80-20% 16V 3.2kΩ 5% 0.062W 22Ω 5% 0603 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 22Ω 5% 0603 22Ω 5% 0603 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 4 x 22Ω 5% 1206 1.62W 47Ω 5% 2512 47Ω 5% 2512 4 x 100Ω 5% 1206 4 x 100Ω 5% 1206 220Ω 5% 0.3pF 50V 0603 330pF 0603 50V 330pF 0603 50V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 10μF 16V 330pF 0603 50V 330pF 0603 50V 10μF 16V 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100pF 5% 50V 100pF 5% 50V 100pF 5% 50V 100pF 5% 50V 56pF 5% 50V 0603 330pF 0603 50V 330pF 0603 50V 330pF 0603 50V 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 10μF 20% 6V3 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 470nF 10% 25V 470nF 10% 25V 1.2kΩ 5% 0.0625W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.3V 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 100nF 20% 50V 0603 47μF 6.7Ω 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.63W 1kΩ 5% 0.

062W 10kΩ 5% 0.EN 90 3346 3347 3348 3349 3350 3351 3352 3353 3354 3355 3356 3357 3361 3364 3365 3366 3368 3370 3372 3373 3375 3377 3378 3379 3380 3381 3382 3383 3384 3385 3386 3387 3388 3389 3390 3391 3393 3394 3395 3396 3397 3398 3399 3402h 3410 3411 3417 3418 3419 3420 3500 3502 3503 3506 3507 3508 3510 3511 3512 3513 3514 3515 3516 3517 3518 3519 3520 3521 3522 3523 3524 3525 3526 3528 3529 3530 3531 3532 3533 3535 3536 3537 3538 3540 3545 3546 3550 3551 3552 3553 3554 3555 3601 3603 10.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 4.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 15Ω 5% 0603 0.3Ω 5% 0.062W 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 33Ω 5% 0.062W 2.062W 47Ω 5% 0.062W 1Ω 5% 100Ω 5% 0.62W 120kΩ 5% 0.062W 4.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 68Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10Ω 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 2.063W 0603 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 47Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W Spare Parts List 3605 3607 3608 3611 3612 3617 3618 3619 3801 3802 3803 3804 3805 3806 3807 3809 3810 3811 3815 3819 3828 3830 3831 3832 3833 3834 3835 3846 3850 3851 3852 3853 3854 3855 3856 3857 3858 3859 3860 3862 3863 3864 3877 3880 3881 3882 3883 3896 3897 3901 3902 3904 3905 3906 3907 3908 3910 3911 3912 3913 3914 3915 3916 3917 3918 3934 3935 3937 3938 3942 3943 3A01 3A02 3A03 3A04 3A05 3A06 3A07 3A08 3A09 3A11 3A12 3A13 3A14 3A15 3A17 3A19 3A26 3A27 3A28 3A29 3A30 3A31 3B11 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 117 12925 4822 117 12925 3198 021 31080 3198 021 31080 4822 051 30221 4822 051 30221 3198 031 13390 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30105 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30472 4822 117 12925 4822 117 12925 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30103 3198 031 13390 3198 031 13390 3198 031 13390 3198 031 13390 3198 031 13390 3198 031 13390 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30222 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30222 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30222 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30222 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 117 12925 4822 051 30124 4822 051 30339 4822 117 12925 4822 117 13632 4822 117 13632 4822 051 30124 4822 051 30339 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30103 5322 117 11726 5322 117 11726 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30123 2322 762 60229 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30123 4822 051 30109 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30105 4822 051 30393 2322 762 60229 4822 051 30105 4822 051 30109 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30223 4822 117 12891 4822 117 12891 4822 117 12925 4822 117 12925 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30472 75Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 22Ω 5% 0603 100Ω 5% 0.062W 47Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 22Ω 5% 0603 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 22kΩ 5% 0.062W 1.062W 100Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.2kΩ 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 1.063W 0603 100kΩ 1% 0603 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 4.062W 75Ω 5% 0.062W 4.063W 0603 120kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603 100kΩ 1% 0603 0.8Ω 5% 0.062W 4.063W 0603 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 1Ω 5% 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.2kΩ 5% 0.062W 2.1W 22Ω 5% 1005 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.3Ω 5% 0.062W 6.7Ω 5% 0.062W 12kΩ 5% 0.062W 39kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 4.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 3B12 3B13 3B14 3B15 3B17 3B18 3B19 3L01 3L02 3L04 3L05 3L10h 3L11 3L15 3L22 3L23 4110 4111 4112 4113 4114 4120 4121 4122 4123 4124 4204 4205 4206 4309 4310 4316 4401 4402 4403 4406 4407 4408 4411 4803 4901 4902 4903 4C55 4C56 4C61 4C62 4L20 4L21 4L24 4L25 5322 117 13049 4822 051 30221 2322 704 61002 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30682 4822 051 30682 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30152 4822 051 30101 4822 117 11151 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30331 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 470Ω 1% 0.062W 2.062W 4.062W 3. LC7.5Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603 1Ω 5% 0603 1Ω 5% 0603 220Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 4.062W 1MΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.062W 3.062W 100Ω 5% 0.62W 100kΩ 1% 0603 0.062W 220kΩ 1% 220kΩ 1% 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 15Ω 5% 0603 0.1W 10Ω 5% 0.062W 4.7Ω 5% 0.062W 4.062W 27kΩ 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 3.7Ω 5% 0.1E LA 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30479 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30332 4822 051 30332 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30332 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30332 4822 051 30101 3198 021 32290 4822 051 30101 4822 117 12925 3198 021 32290 4822 117 12925 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30479 4822 051 30479 4822 051 30479 4822 051 30153 4822 051 30223 4822 051 30152 4822 051 30102 4822 117 12925 4822 117 13632 4822 051 30103 4822 117 11151 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30273 4822 117 12971 4822 051 30682 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30689 4822 051 30101 4822 117 12971 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30689 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30102 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30472 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30273 4822 051 30682 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30689 4822 051 30689 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30759 100Ω 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 220Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.5Ω 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 2422 536 01057 2422 549 44197 2422 536 01521 2422 536 01521 2422 549 44197 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 2422 549 44197 2422 549 43769 2422 549 44197 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 4822 157 11499 2422 549 01397 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 3198 018 62290 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 2422 536 01564 0.063W 0603 68Ω 5% 0.062W 330Ω 5% 0.062W 6.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.39μH 5% 0603 Bead 220Ω at 100MHz 10μH 10% 1207 10μH 10% 1207 Bead 220Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 220Ω at 100MHz Bead 30Ω at 100MHz Bead 220Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 60Ω at 100MHz Bead 220Ω at 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz 22μH 5% 1008 Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz 22μH 20% b 5111 5112 5114 5115 5118 5210 5212 5213 5214 5215 5216 5217 5218 5219 5220 5221 5222 5223 5224 5225 5226 5227 5228 5301 5302 5304 5401 5402 5403 5810 5811 5812 5813 5814 5815 5816 5817 5818 5A03 .062W 4.062W 22kΩ 5% 0.3Ω 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.2kΩ 5% 0.062W 4.062W 75Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 6.7Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 3.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.62W 10kΩ 5% 0.62W 6.063W 0603 220Ω 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 150Ω 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 4.063W 0603 47kΩ 1% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.063W 0603 75Ω 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.062W 47Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 47kΩ 1% 0.7Ω 5% 0.063W 0603 4.062W 10Ω 5% 10Ω 5% 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.062W 68Ω 5% 0.3Ω 5% 0.062W 15kΩ 5% 0.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 27kΩ 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 1MΩ 5% 0.063W 0603 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 22Ω 5% 1005 1MΩ 5% 0.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.62W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.8Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 4 x 33Ω 5% 1206 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 1% 1kΩ 5% 0.8Ω 5% 0.062W 33Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.2kΩ 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 12kΩ 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.7Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 4.062W 68Ω 5% 0.8Ω 5% 0.062W 1kΩ 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.

062W 150Ω 5% 0.Spare Parts List 5A04 5A05 5A06 5A07 5B01 5B02 5B03 5B06 5B10 5B11 2422 536 01564 4822 157 11716 4822 157 11716 2422 549 45186 2422 535 94134 2422 536 00779 2422 536 00707 2422 536 01516 2422 536 01495 2422 536 01495 22μH 20% Bead 30Ω at 100MHz Bead 30Ω at 100MHz Bead 100MHz 0805 10μH 20% 0805 10μH 20% 33μH 20% 68μF 20% 22μH 10% 22μH 10% d 6103 6110 6202 6301 6306 6307 6318 6511 6512 6513 6517 6801 6802 6830 6831 6914 6916 6919 6B01 6B02 6B03 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 9322 202 34668 4822 209 17398 4822 130 11057 9322 175 62687 9322 212 14668 BC847BW BC847BW L5973D LD1117DT33 2N7002 LD1085D2T33 SI4423DY Side I/O Panel [D] Various 4822 130 11525 4822 130 11397 3198 020 55680 4822 130 11397 4822 130 11416 4822 130 11416 9340 548 54115 9340 580 04115 9965 000 20150 9965 000 20150 9340 580 04115 4822 130 80622 4822 130 80622 4822 130 80622 4822 130 80622 4822 130 80622 4822 130 11397 4822 130 11397 3198 010 10720 9340 548 71115 5322 130 34337 1SS356 BAS316 BZX384-C5V6 BAS316 PDZ6.1A 12V Switch 1p 0.062W Bead 120Ω 100MHz Bead 120Ω 100MHz g 2301 2302 2303 2304 2305 2306 2307 2308 2309 2310 2311 2313 2314 5322 130 60159 9352 723 71118 5322 130 60159 9322 104 47668 9322 240 94671 3198 010 42310 9322 245 45668 9322 245 45668 3198 010 42310 4822 130 11155 9322 204 71668 3198 010 42310 9322 245 53671 9322 229 46685 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 9340 560 36235 9340 560 36235 4822 130 11155 9322 246 85685 9322 198 11685 9322 243 36671 5322 130 60159 3198 010 42320 5322 130 60159 3198 010 42320 9352 668 39118 9965 000 04199 9965 000 04199 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 9322 245 55671 9965 000 04199 9965 000 04199 9965 000 04199 9965 000 04199 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 9322 183 05668 3198 010 42320 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42320 3198 010 42310 3198 010 42310 9352 796 42518 3198 010 42320 BC846B TDA9886T/V4 BC846B L78M05CDT CX32-LF BC847BW IS42S16400D-6TL IS42S16400D-6TL BC847BW PDTC114ET SI4835BDY BC847BW For SW see item 0815 M30300SAGP BD45275G For SW see item 0816 BC847BW BC847BW BSH111 BSH111 PDTC114ET NL27WZ08USG L78L08ACU MSP4450P-VK-E8 BC846B BC857BW BC846B BC857BW UDA1334ATS/N2 For SW see item 0822 BSN20 BSN20 BC847BW BC847BW SII9025CTU BSN20 BSN20 For SW see item 0821 BSN20 BSN20 BC847BW BC847BW TS482ID BC857BW BC847BW BC847BW BC847BW BC847BW BC847BW BC847BW BC857BW BC847BW BC847BW TDA8932T/N1 BC857BW 3301 3302 3303 3304 3305 3306 3308 3309 3310 3311 3312 3313 4308 4309 9322 146 61685 9322 146 61685 9322 146 61685 9322 146 61685 9322 146 61685 9322 146 61685 9322 146 61685 DF3A6.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 560Ω 5% 0.8FU DF3A6.8kΩ 5% 0.8FU DF3A6.062W 10Ω 5% 0.062W 820Ω 5% 0.2B PESD5V0S1BA 1N4148WS SOD-323 1N4148WS SOD-323 PESD5V0S1BA BAT54 BAT54 BAT54 BAT54 BAT54 BAS316 BAS316 SS24 PDZ33B BAV99 1301 1302 1303 1304 Connector SVHS 4p f Soc.062W 1.1A 12V Connector 3p m g 2001 4822 126 13881 470pF 5% 50V f 3010 3011 3012 3013 3014 3015 3016 3017 4001 EN 91 d 6011 6012 6014 6015 6016 6017 6018 4822 130 11564 4822 130 11564 3198 020 55680 3198 020 55680 3198 020 55680 3198 020 55680 3198 020 55680 UDZ3.062W 6.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.7B ce d 6301 6302 6303 6304 6305 6306 6307 10.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 75Ω 5% 0.1A 12V Switch 1p 0.1E LA 4822 051 30391 4822 051 30561 3198 021 31820 4822 051 30151 4822 117 12968 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 390Ω 5% 0.1A 12V Switch 1p 0.8B PDZ6.8B PDZ6. Cinch 3p f YeWhRd Socket Headphone Connector 11p m 4822 126 11785 4822 126 11785 4822 122 33761 4822 126 11785 3198 016 31020 3198 016 31020 2238 916 15641 2238 916 15641 5322 126 11583 5322 126 11583 3198 016 36890 3198 016 31020 3198 016 31020 47pF 5% 50V 0603 47pF 5% 50V 0603 22pF 5% 50V 47pF 5% 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 22nF 10% 25V 0603 22nF 10% 25V 0603 10nF 10% 50V 0603 10nF 10% 50V 0603 68pF 50V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 1nF 25V 0603 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30759 4822 051 30109 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30109 4822 051 30101 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30333 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30103 2422 549 42896 2422 549 42896 75Ω 5% 0.8FU Keyboard Control Panel [E] Various 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1M01 4822 276 13775 4822 276 13775 4822 276 13775 4822 276 13775 4822 276 13775 4822 276 13775 2422 025 10775 Switch 1p 0.062W 10Ω 5% 0.062W 0603 150Ω 5% 0.062W 820Ω 5% 0.9B UDZ3.062W 150Ω 5% 0.8FU DF3A6.1A 12V Switch 1p 0.8FU DF3A6.1A 12V Switch 1p 0.8Ω 5% 0.8FU DF3A6.062W 100Ω 5% 0.062W 100Ω 5% 0.9B BZX384-C5V6 BZX384-C5V6 BZX384-C5V6 BZX384-C5V6 BZX384-C5V6 Various 1M01 1M01 1M20 1M20 2422 025 10775 2422 025 18146 2422 025 18151 4822 265 41343 Connector 3p m Connector 3p m Wh Connector 7p m Wh Connector 7p m g 2001 2020 552 00134 22μF 20% 6.8Ω 5% 0.062W Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 d 6010 6011 6012 9322 243 77676 LED L-174A2PBC 9322 244 07676 LED L-174A2IT-TNB5-19 4822 130 11148 UDZ4.62W 10kΩ 5% 0. IR LED Panel [J] 2422 026 05133 2422 026 05807 4822 267 31014 2422 025 10655 f ce 7109 7113 7114 7133 7202 7203 7204 7205 7206 7208 7210 7308 7310 7311 7312 7315 7316 7317 7320 7321 7322 7323 7410 7411 7500 7502 7503 7504 7810 7811 7812 7813 7814 7816 7817 7824 7825 7850 7851 7852 7860 7861 7901 7902 7911 7912 7913 7914 7915 7916 7917 7919 7922 7A01 7A05 7A06 7A07 7B01 7B02 7B03 7B04 7B05 LC7.062W 150Ω 5% 0.062W 10kΩ 5% 0.062W 33kΩ 5% 0.062W 6.3V 0805 f 3010 3011 3012 3013 3014 3019 3020 4001 4002 4004 4005 4010 4012 4015 4017 4019 4822 051 30331 4822 051 30682 4822 051 30682 4822 117 12968 4822 051 30103 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30151 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 4822 051 30008 330Ω 5% 0.8FU DF3A6.62W Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 Jumper 0603 7010 7011 7012 9322 243 06671 IR Receiver 5322 130 60159 BC846B 5322 130 60159 BC846B .

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