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Colour Television Chassis

Q522.1E
LB

MG8 ME8

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Contents Page Contents Page


1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis 8. Alignments 167
Overview 2 9. IC Data Sheets 179
3. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes 6 10. Spare Parts List 189
2. Directions for Use 5 11. Revision List 189
4. Mechanical Instructions 8
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 17
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and
Waveforms
Wiring Diagram 32" (MG8) 37
Wiring Diagram 37" 42" 47"(ME8&MG8) 38
Block Diagram Video 39
Block Diagram Audio 40
Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals 41
SSB: Test Points (Top Side) 42
SSB: Test Points (Bottom Side) 43
I2C IC Overview 44
Supply Lines Overview 45
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing PWB
Display Supply (32"): Part 1 (A1) 46 48-49
Display Supply (32"): Part 2 (A2) 47 48-49
Small Signal Board (B02-B10) 50-94 98-107
SSB: SRP List Explanation 95
SSB: SRP List Part 1 96
SSB: SRP List Part 2 97
Small Signal Board (B02-B10) 108-149 153-162
SSB: SRP List Explanation 150
SSB (1080p): SRP List Part 1 151
SSB (1080p): SRP List Part 2 152
Keyboard Control Panel (E) 163 163
IR & LED Panel (J) 164 165

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Published by TY 0866 BU TV Consumer Care Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 17970
EN 2 1. Q522.1E LB Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview


Index of this chapter: Power consumption (values are indicative)
1.1 Technical Specifications - Normal operation (W) : 130 (32")
1.2 Connections : 170 (37")
1.3 Chassis Overview : 200 (42")
: 260 (47")
Notes: - Standby (W) : < 0.15
• Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.
• Specifications are indicative (subject to change). Dimensions (W × H × D in mm) : 819 × 518 × 92 (32")
: 940 × 585 × 99 (37")
: 1046 × 644 × 88 (42")
1.1 Technical Specifications : 1163 × 712 × 104
(47")
1.1.1 Vision
Weight (kg) : 13 (32")
Display type : LCD : 17.5 (37")
Screen size : 32" (81 cm), 16:9 : 21 (42")
: 37" (94 cm, 16:9 : 27.5 (47")
: 42" (107 cm), 16:9
: 47" (120 cm), 16:9
Resolution (H × V pixels) : 1366 × 768 (32" and
42PFL3403D/12)
: 1920 × 1080 (37, 42
and 47")
Light output (cd/m2) : 500
Contrast ratio : 24000:1, 30000:1,
44000:1 (depending
on model)
Viewing angle (H × V degrees) : 176 × 176
Tuning system : PLL
Colour systems : PAL B/G, D/K, I
: SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L’
: DVB-T MPEG4
Video playback : NTSC
: PAL
: SECAM
Tuner bands : UHF, VHF, S, Hyper
Supported video formats : 480i @ 60 Hz
: 480p @ 60 Hz
: 576i @ 50 Hz
: 576p @ 50 Hz
: 720p @ 50/60 Hz
: 1080i @ 50/60 Hz
: 1080p @ 24/25/30/
50/60 Hz
Supported computer formats:
- 60, 70, 75, 85 Hz : 1024 × 768
- 60, 72, 75, 85 Hz : 800 × 600
- 60, 70, 75, 85 Hz : 640 × 480

1.1.2 Sound

Maximum power (WRMS) : 2 × 15

1.1.3 Multimedia

Supported file formats : JPEG


: MP3
: Slideshow (.alb)

USB input : USB2.0

1.1.4 Miscellaneous

Power supply:
- Mains voltage (VAC) : 220 - 240 ±10%
- Mains frequency (Hz) : 50 / 60

Ambient conditions:
- Temperature range (°C) : +5 to +35
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview Q522.1E LB 1. EN 3

1.2 Connections

SPDIF EXT 2 EXT 1


SERV. U OUT EXT 3 (RGB/CVBS) (RGB/CVBS)

L
Pb
AUDIO OUT

R
Pr

AUDIO IN
R

75X

TV ANTENNA

OPTIONAL
AUDIO IN:
HDMI 3 HDMI 2 HDMI 1 LEFT / RIGHT
HDMI 1 / DVI
HDMI 2 / DVI
HDMI 3 / DVI

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Figure 1-1 Connection overview

Note: The following connector colour abbreviations are used HDMI: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In
(acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green,
Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, Ye= Yellow. 19 1
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Figure 1-3 HDMI (type A) connector


Headphone (Output)
Bk - Headphone 32 - 600 ohm / 10 mW ot
1 - D2+ Data channel j
2 - Shield Gnd H
Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In
3 - D2- Data channel j
Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
4 - D1+ Data channel j
Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
5 - Shield Gnd H
Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm jq
6 - D1- Data channel j
7 - D0+ Data channel j
S-Video (Hosiden): Video Y/C - In 8 - Shield Gnd H
1 - Ground Y Gnd H 9 - D0- Data channel j
2 - Ground C Gnd H 10 - CLK+ Data channel j
3 - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 ohm j 11 - Shield Gnd H
4 - Video C 0.3 VPP / 75 ohm j 12 - CLK- Data channel j
13 - n.c.
USB2.0 14 - n.c.
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
1 2 3 4 17 - Ground Gnd H
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300904 19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j
20 - Ground Gnd H
Figure 1-2 USB (type A)
Common Interface
1 - +5V k 68p - See diagram B09A jk
2 - Data (-) jk
3 - Data (+) jk
4 - Ground Gnd H
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1.2.2 Rear Connections 3 - D2- Data channel j


4 - D1+ Data channel j
Service Connector (UART) 5 - Shield Gnd H
1 - Ground Gnd H 6 - D1- Data channel j
2 - UART_TX Transmit k 7 - D0+ Data channel j
3 - UART_RX Receive j 8 - Shield Gnd H
9 - D0- Data channel j
10 - CLK+ Data channel j
Cinch: S/PDIF - Out
Bk - Coaxial 0.4 - 0.6VPP / 75 ohm kq 11 - Shield Gnd H
12 - CLK- Data channel j
13 - n.c.
Cinch: Audio - Out
14 - n.c.
Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm kq 15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm kq
16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
17 - Ground Gnd H
EXT3: Cinch: Video YPbPr - In 18 - +5V j
Gn - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 ohm jq 19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j
Bu - Video Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm jq 20 - Ground Gnd H
Rd - Video Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm jq
Mini Jack: HDMI/DVI Audio - In
EXT3: Cinch: Audio - In Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq

EXT2, EXT1: Video RGB - In, CVBS - In/Out, Audio - In/Out

20 2

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Figure 1-4 SCART connector

1 - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm k


2 - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm j
3 - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm k
4 - Ground Audio Gnd H
5 - Ground Blue Gnd H
6 - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm j
7 - Video Blue 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm jk
8 - Function Select 0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3 j
9 - Ground Green Gnd H
10 - Easylink P50 0 - 5 V / 4.7 kohm jk
11 - Video Green 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm j
12 - n.c.
13 - Ground Red Gnd H
14 - Ground P50 Gnd H
15 - Video Red 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm j
16 - Status/FBL 0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm j
17 - Ground Video Gnd H
18 - Ground FBL Gnd H
19 - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm k
20 - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm j
21 - Shield Gnd H

Aerial - In
- - IEC-type (EU) Coax, 75 ohm D

HDMI 1, 2 (& 3: optional): Digital Video, Digital Audio - In

19 1
18 2
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Figure 1-5 HDMI (type A) connector

1 - D2+ Data channel j


2 - Shield Gnd H
Directions for Use Q522.1E LB 2. EN 5

1.3 Chassis Overview

MAIN
A SUPPLY PANEL

SMALL SIGNAL
E KEYBOARD CONTROL
PANEL BOARD B

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J IR & LED PANEL

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Figure 1-6 PWB/CBA locations

2. Directions for Use


You can download this information from the following websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com
EN 6 3. Q522.1E LB Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

3. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes


Index of this chapter: • Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
3.1 Safety Instructions with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
3.2 Warnings voltages in the power supply section both in normal
3.3 Notes operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are
indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
3.1 Safety Instructions “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the “double-D symbol”, are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Safety regulations require the following during a repair:
• Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation 3.3.2 Schematic Notes
transformer (> 800 VA).
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h,
• All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
other component substitution (other than original type) may
indicates 2.2 kΩ).
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
• Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
either an “E” or an “R” (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 Ω).
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
• All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (μ = × 10-6),
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
nano-farads (n = × 10-9), or pico-farads (p = × 10-12).
the following points:
• Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
• Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
mounted cable clamps.
• An “asterisk” (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
• Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
external damage.
• The correct component values are listed in the Spare Parts
• Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
List. Therefore, always check this list when there is any
proper function.
doubt.
• 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): 3.3.3 BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. Introduction
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the “on” position For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!). URL: www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs subscription,
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the not available for all regions). After login, select “Magazine”,
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the then go to “Repair downloads”. Here you will find Information
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
should be between 4.5 MΩ and 12 MΩ.
4. Switch “off” the set, and remove the wire between the BGA Temperature Profiles
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile,
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these profiles,
inner parts by the customer. visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs
subscription, but is not available for all regions).
You will find this and more technical information within the
3.2 Warnings “Magazine”, chapter “Repair downloads”.
For additional questions please contact your local repair help
• All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to desk.
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, 3.3.4 Lead-free Soldering
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
components and tools also at this same potential.
• Be careful during measurements in the high voltage by the workshop during a repair:
• Use only lead-free soldering tin Philips SAC305 with order
section.
code 0622 149 00106. If lead-free solder paste is required,
• Never replace modules or other components while the unit
is switched “on”. please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
• When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
circuit becoming unstable. store and to handle.
• Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
3.3 Notes – To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C.
– To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
3.3.1 General – To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
• Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
360°C - 380°C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
• Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
Avoid temperatures above 400°C, otherwise wear-out of
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms
tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch “off” unused equipment or
Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a colour bar
reduce heat.
signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated
• Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or
tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).
Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes Q522.1E LB 3. EN 7

avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully


clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.

3.3.5 Alternative BOM identification

Note: on European Service website, “Alternative BOM” is


referred to as “Design variant”.

The third digit in the serial number (example:


AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative
B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the
specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV
model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types
of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then
result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type
Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M.
number.
By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can
identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with.
If the third digit of the serial number contains the number “1”
(example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been
manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is
a “2” (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been
produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for
ordering the correct spare parts!
For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z
can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be
indicated by the third digit of the serial number.

Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit


serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production center (e.g.
AG is Bruges), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. code, digit 4 refers
to the Service version change code, digits 5 and 6 refer to the
production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in
example below it is 2006 week 17). The 6 last digits contain the
serial number.

MODEL : 32PF9968/10 MADE IN BELGIUM


220-240V ~ 50/60Hz
128W
PROD.NO: AG 1A0617 000001 VHF+S+H+UHF

S BJ3.0E LA

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Figure 3-1 Serial number (example)

3.3.6 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair


(CLR)

If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide


if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on
component level.
If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged
completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it
cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging!

3.3.7 Practical Service Precautions

• It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.


While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
• Always respect voltages. While some may not be
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation.
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.
EN 8 4. Q522.1E LB Mechanical Instructions

4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter:
4.1 Cable Dressing Notes:
4.2 Service Positions • Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation,
4.3 Assy/Panel Removal ME8 Styling due to the different set executions.
4.4 Set Re-assembly

4.1 Cable Dressing

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Figure 4-1 Cable dressing 32" sets


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Figure 4-2 Cable dressing 37" sets

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Figure 4-3 Cable dressing 42" sets


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Figure 4-4 Cable dressing 47" sets


Mechanical Instructions Q522.1E LB 4. EN 11

4.2 Service Positions The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580 for two pieces) can
be used for all types and sizes of Flat TVs. See figure “Foam
For easy servicing of this set, there are a few possibilities bars” for details. Sets with a display of 42" and larger, require
four foam bars [1]. Ensure that the foam bars are always
created:
supporting the cabinet and never only the display.
• The buffers from the packaging (see figure “Rear cover”).
• Foam bars (created for Service). Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously
damage the display!
By laying the TV face down on the (ESD protective) foam bars,
4.2.1 Foam Bars
a stable situation is created to perform measurements and
alignments. By placing a mirror under the TV, you can monitor
the screen.
1
4.3 Assy/Panel Removal ME8 Styling

4.3.1 Rear Cover

Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before you remove


the rear cover.
Required for sets Note: it is not necessary to remove the stand while removing
1 42" the rear cover.

Refer to next figures for details.

1. Remove the screws [1] and [2].


2. Lift the back cover from the TV. Make sure that wires and
flat coils are not damaged while lifting the rear cover from
the set.

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Figure 4-5 Foam bars

2 2 2

2
2

1 1

1 1

2
2

2 2 2 2

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Figure 4-6 Back Cover Removal


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4.3.2 Speakers 4.3.4 Key Board

Refer to next figure for details. Refer to next figure for details.
1. Remove the screws [1] and lift the whole unit from the back 1. Unplug the key board connector from the IR & LED board.
cover. 2. Remove the screws [1].
Take the speakers out together with their casing. When 3. Lift the unit and take it out of the set.
defective, replace the whole unit. When defective, replace the whole unit.

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Figure 4-7 Speaker

4.3.3 IR & LED Board

Refer to next figure for details.


1. Unplug connectors [1].
2. Use a flat screw driver to release the clip by push in the
indicated direction [2].
3. Lift the board and take it out of the set. H_17650_094.eps
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Figure 4-9 Key Board


1

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Figure 4-8 IR & LED Board


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4.3.5 Display Supply Panel

Refer to next figure for details.


1. Unplug connectors [1].
2. Remove the fixation screw [2] and be careful to not twist the
earth strap.
3. Remove the fixation screws [3].
4. Take the board out.

3 3

1
(2x)

3 3

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Figure 4-10 Display Supply Panel


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4.3.6 Small Signal Board (SSB)

Refer to next figure for details.


Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their
original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result
in damaging the SSB.
Refer to next figures or details.
1. Unplug the LVDS connector [1].
Caution: be careful, as this is a very fragile connector!
2. Unplug the connectors [2].
3. Remove the screws [3].
4. The SSB can now be taken out of the set, together with the
front shield and the side cover.
5. To remove the shield, remove the screws [4] and lift it of.
6. To remove the side cover remove the screw [5].
7. Pull the cover sidewards from the SSB.

3 3

2
3 (4x)

3
5

4 4

4 4
3

3
3

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Figure 4-11 Small Signal Board


Mechanical Instructions Q522.1E LB 4. EN 15

4.3.7 LCD Panel 5. Remove the fixation screws [5] from the support and take it
out. The support hinges from the bottom side.
Refer to next figures for details. 6. Remove the fixation screws [6] from the SSB support and
1. Unplug the LVDS connector [1]. take the SSB out together with it’s support.
Caution: be careful, as this is a very fragile connector! 7. Remove the fixation screws [7] and remove the clamps.
2. Unplug the connectors [2]. 8. Remove the fixation screws [8], that hold the subframe and
3. Release the tape which fixes the wiring [3]. the fixation screws [9], that hold the LCD panel.
4. Release the speaker connectors [4]. 9. Lift out the sub frame.
10. The LCD panel can now be lifted from the front cabinet.

8 8
1
9 9

7
2

2
(4x)
3

9 9
2 4 3
4 4 4
8 8 8 8

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Figure 4-12 LCD Panel

5 6

5 5

6
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6
Figure 4-13 Support
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Figure 4-14 SSB support


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4.4 Set Re-assembly

To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse


order.

Notes:
• While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed
and connected in their original position. See figure “Cable
dressing”.
• Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams on the
SSB shields. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted
correctly.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 17

5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter: – Picture mute (blue mute or black mute).
5.1 Test Points – Automatic volume levelling (AVL).
5.2 Service Modes – Skip/blank of non-favourite pre-sets.
5.3 Stepwise Start-up
5.4 Service Tools How to Activate SDM
5.5 Error Codes For this chassis there are two kinds of SDM: an analogue SDM
5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure and a digital SDM. Tuning will happen according table “SDM
5.7 Protections Default Settings”.
5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips • Analogue SDM: use the standard RC-transmitter and key
5.9 Software Upgrading in the code “062596”, directly followed by the “MENU”
button.
Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main
5.1 Test Points
menu will appear. To switch it “off”, push the “MENU”
button again.
As most signals are digital, it will be difficult to measure • Digital SDM: use the standard RC-transmitter and key in
waveforms with a standard oscilloscope. However, several key the code “062593”, directly followed by the “MENU” button.
ICs are capable of generating test patterns, which can be Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main
controlled via ComPair. In this way it is possible to determine menu will appear. To switch it “off”, push the “MENU”
which part is defective. button again.
• Analogue SDM can also be activated by shorting for a
Perform measurements under the following conditions: moment the two solder pads [1] (see figure “Service mode
• Service Default Mode. pads”) on the SSB, with the indication “SDM”. Activation
• Video: Colour bar signal. can be performed in all modes, except when the set has a
• Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right. problem with the Stand-by Processor.

5.2 Service Modes

Service Default mode (SDM) and Service Alignment Mode


(SAM) offers several features for the service technician, while SDM
the Customer Service Mode (CSM) is used for communication
between the call centre and the customer.

This chassis also offers the option of using ComPair, a


hardware interface between a computer and the TV chassis. It
offers the abilities of structured troubleshooting, error code
reading, and software version read-out for all chassis.
(see also paragraph “ComPair”).

5.2.1 Service Default Mode (SDM)

Purpose
• To create a pre-defined setting, to get the same
measurement results as given in this manual.
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• To override SW protections detected by stand-by 160108
processor and make the TV start up to the step just before
protection (a sort of automatic stepwise start up). See Figure 5-1 Service mode pads
paragraph “Stepwise Start Up”.
• To override SW protections detected by MIPS. See also
After activating this mode, “SDM” will appear in the upper right
paragraph “Error codes”.
corner of the screen (if you have picture).
• To start the blinking LED procedure (not valid for
protections detected by standby software).
How to Navigate
When you press the “MENU” button on the RC transmitter, the
Specifications
set will toggle between the SDM and the normal user menu
(with the SDM mode still active in the background).
Table 5-1 SDM default settings
How to Exit SDM
Default Use one of the following methods:
Region Freq. (MHz) system • Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
Europe, AP(PAL/Multi) 475.25 PAL B/G • Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key in “00”-
Europe, AP DVB-T 546.00 PID DVB-T sequence.
Video: 0B 06 PID
PCR: 0B 06 PID 5.2.2 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
Audio: 0B 07
Purpose
• All picture settings at 50% (brightness, colour, contrast). • To perform (software) alignments.
• All sound settings at 50%, except volume at 25%. • To change option settings.
• All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, like: • To easily identify the used software version.
– (Sleep) timer. • To view operation hours.
– Child/parental lock. • To display (or clear) the error code buffer.
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How to Activate SAM empty before this action, it will be initialized first (loaded with
Via a standard RC transmitter: key in the code “062596” default values). This initializing can take up to 20 seconds.
directly followed by the “INFO” button. After activating SAM
with this method a service warning will appear on the screen,
you can continue by pressing the red button on the RC.

Display Option
Contents of SAM: Code
• Hardware Info.
– A. SW Version. Displays the software version of the
main software (example: Q522E-1.2.3.4 = 39mm

PHILIPS
AAAAB_X.Y.W.Z). 040

27mm
MODEL:

• AAAA= the chassis name. 32PF9968/10


PROD.SERIAL NO:

• B= the region: A= AP, E= EU, L= LatAm, U = US. AG 1A0620 000001

(CTN Sticker)
For AP sets it is possible that the Europe software
version is used. E_06532_038.eps
240108
• X.Y.W.Z= the software version, where X is the
main version number (different numbers are not
Figure 5-2 Location of Display Option Code sticker
compatible with one another) and Y.W.Z is the sub
version number (a higher number is always
compatible with a lower number). • Store. All options and alignments are stored when
– B. SBY PROC Version. Displays the software version pressing “cursor right” (or the “OK” button) and then the
of the stand-by processor. “OK”-button.
– C. Production Code. Displays the production code of • SW Maintenance.
the TV, this is the serial number as printed on the back – SW Events. Not useful for Service purposes. In case
of the TV set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is of specific software problems, the development
initialized after corruption, this production code has to department can ask for this info.
be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a – HW Events. Not useful for Service purposes. In case
possibility to do this. of specific software problems, the development
• Operation Hours. Displays the accumulated total of department can ask for this info.
operation hours (not the stand-by hours). Every time the • Test settings. For development purposes only.
TV is switched “on/off”, 0.5 hours is added to this number. • Upload to USB. To upload several settings from the TV to
• Errors (followed by maximal 10 errors). The most recent a USB stick, which is connected to the Side I/O. The items
error is displayed at the upper left (for an error explanation are “Channel list”, “Personal settings”, “Option codes”,
see paragraph “Error Codes”). “Display-related alignments” and “History list”. First you
• Reset Error Buffer. When you press “cursor right” (or the have to create a directory “repair” in the root of the USB
“OK button) and then the “OK” button, the error buffer is stick.To upload the settings you have to select each item
reset. separately, press “cursor right” (or the “OK button), confirm
• Alignments. This will activate the “ALIGNMENTS” sub- with “OK” and wait until “Done” appears. In case the
menu. download to the USB stick was not successful “Failure” will
• Dealer Options. Extra features for the dealers. appear. In this case, check if the USB stick is connected
• Options. Extra features for Service. For more info properly and if the directory “repair” is present in the root of
regarding option codes, see chapter 8 “Alignments”. the USB stick. Now the settings are stored onto your USB
Note that if you change the option code numbers, you have stick and can be used to download onto another TV or
to confirm your changes with the “OK” button before you other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the
store the options. Otherwise you will loose your changes. software is running and if you have a picture. This method
• Initialize NVM. The moment the processor recognizes a is created to be able to save the customer’s TV settings
corrupted NVM, the “initialize NVM” line will be highlighted. and to store them into another SSB.
Now, you can do two things (dependent of the service • Download from USB. To download several settings from
instructions at that moment): the USB stick to the TV. Same way of working as with
– Save the content of the NVM via ComPair for uploading. To make sure that the download of the channel
development analysis, before initializing. This will give list from USB to the TV is executed properly, it is necessary
the Service department an extra possibility for to restart the TV and tune to a valid preset if necessary.
diagnosis (e.g. when Development asks for this). Note: The “History list item” can not be downloaded from
– Initialize the NVM. USB to the TV. This is a “read-only” item. In case of specific
problems, the development department can ask for this
info.
Note: When you have a corrupted NVM, or you have replaced
the NVM, there is a high possibility that you will not have picture
anymore because your display code is not correct. So, before How to Navigate
you can initialize your NVM via the SAM, you need to have a • In SAM, you can select the menu items with the “CURSOR
picture and therefore you need the correct display option. Refer UP/DOWN” key on the RC-transmitter. The selected item
to chapter 8 for details. To adapt this option, you can use will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the
ComPair (the correct HEX values for the options can be found screen, move the “CURSOR UP/DOWN” key to display the
in chapter 8 “Alignments”) or a method via a standard RC next/previous menu items.
(described below). • With the “CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT” keys, it is possible to:
Changing the display option via a standard RC: Key in the – (De) activate the selected menu item.
code “062598” directly followed by the “MENU” button and – (De) activate the selected sub menu.
“XXX”, where XXX is the 3 digit decimal display code (see table • With the “OK” key, it is possible to activate the selected
“Option code overview” in chapter 8 “Alignments”, or sticker on action.
the side/bottom of the cabinet). Make sure to key in all three
digits, also the leading zero’s. If the above action is successful, How to Exit SAM
the front LED will go out as an indication that the RC sequence Use one of the following methods:
was correct. After the display option is changed in the NVM, the • Press the “MENU” button on the RC-transmitter.
TV will go to the Stand-by mode. If the NVM was corrupted or • Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 19

5.2.3 Customer Service Mode (CSM) as follows: <last seven characters of 12NC of SSB><serial
number of SSB> (total fourteen characters).
Purpose • Installed date. Indicates the date of the first installation of
When a customer is having problems with his TV-set, he can the TV. This date is acquired via time extraction.
call his dealer or the Customer Helpdesk. The service • Digital Natural Motion. Gives the status of the Digital
technician can then ask the customer to activate the CSM, in Natural Motion setting as set by the customer. Remark: a
order to identify the status of the set. Now, the service customer can choose between “OFF”, “MINIMUM” and
technician can judge the severity of the complaint. In many “MAXIMUM”, but in CSM this item will only show “OFF” or
cases, he can advise the customer how to solve the problem, “ON” (“ON” in case the customer has choosen “MINIMUM”
or he can decide if it is necessary to visit the customer. or “MAXIMUM”)
The CSM is a read only mode; therefore, modifications in this • Pixel Plus. Gives the last status of the Perfect Pixel HD
mode are not possible. setting, as set by the customer. Possible values are “ON”
To determine if the MPEG4-circuit is working (in case of an and “OFF”. See DFU on how to change this item.
MPEG4-set), push the “MUTE” button during CSM to display • DNR. Gives the last status of the Noise reduction setting,
another test pattern. This is a forced input selection to make as set by the customer. Possible values are “OFF”,
sure the test pattern is visible. If this test pattern is not shown, “MINIMUM”, “MEDIUM” and “MAXIMUM”. See DFU on
it is possible that the settings are not correct (for instance in how to change this item.
SAM the MPEG4-option is “NOT PRESENT”). The display of • Noise Figure. Gives an indication of the signal quality for
this test pattern is a toggle function, pressing the “MUTE” key the selected transmitter. Possible values are “BAD”,
again removes this test pattern. “AVERAGE”, “GOOD“and “DIGITAL”. In case of a digital
Also new in this chassis: when you activate CSM and there is channel, this item will never indicate: “BAD”, “GOOD” or
a USB stick connected to the TV, the software will dump the “AVERAGE” but only displays “DIGITAL”.
complete CSM content to the USB stick. The file (Csm.txt) will • 12NC Display. Shows the 12NC of the display.
be saved in the root of your USB stick. This info can be handy • Headphone Volume. Gives the last status of the
if you do not have picture. headphone volume, as set by the customer. The value can
Another new item in this chassis is when CSM is activated, the vary from 0 (volume is minimum) to 100 (volume is
complete error-buffer content will be shown via the blinking maximum). See DFU on how to change this item.
LED procedure. • Surround Mode. Indicates the by the customer selected
sound mode (or automatically chosen mode). Possible
How to Activate CSM values are “STEREO” and “VIRTUAL DOLBY
SURROUND”. It can also have been selected
Key in the code “123654” via the standard RC transmitter.
automatically by signalling bits (internal software). See
Note: Activation of the CSM is only possible if there is no (user) DFU on how to change this item.
• AVL. Indicates the last status of AVL (Automatic Volume
menu on the screen!
Level) as set by the customer: See DFU on how to change
this item.
How to Navigate
• Delta Volume. Indicates the last status of the delta volume
By means of the “CURSOR-DOWN/UP” knob on the RC- for the selected preset as set by the customer: from “-12”
transmitter, you can navigate through the menus.
to “+12”. See DFU on how to change this item.
• Volume. Indicates the last status of the volume for the
Contents of CSM selected preset as set by the customer: from “0” to “100”.
• Set Type. This information is very helpful for a helpdesk/ See DFU on how to change this item.
workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In this way, it • Balance. Indicates the last status of the balance for the
is not necessary for the customer to look at the rear of the selected preset as set by the customer: from “-10” to “+10”.
TV-set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after See DFU on how to change this item.
corruption, this set type has to be re-written to NVM. • Preset Lock. Indicates if the selected preset has a child
ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. lock: “LOCKED” or “UNLOCKED”. See DFU on how to
• Production Code. Displays the production code (the serial change this item.
number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is • Lock after. Indicates at what time the channel lock is set:
initialized after corruption, this production code has to be “OFF” or e.g. “18:45” (lock time). See DFU on how to
re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee a in possibility to change this item.
do this. • Parental rating lock. Indicates the “Parental rating” as set
• Code 1. Gives the last five errors of the error buffer. As by the customer. See DFU on how to change this item.
soon as the built-in diagnose software has detected an • Parental rating status. Indicates the “Parental rating” as
error, the buffer is adapted. The last occurred error is transmitted by the broadcaster (if applicable). If the
displayed on the leftmost position. Each error code is parental rating status is indicating a higher age then the
displayed as a 2-digit number. When less than 10 errors parental rating lock as set by the customer, you will need to
occur, the rest of the buffer is empty (00). See also enter the child lock code.
paragraph “Error Codes” for a description. • TV ratings lock. Only applicable for US.
• Code 2. Gives the first five errors of the error buffer. See • Movie ratings lock. Only applicable for US.
also paragraph “Error Codes” for a description. • On timer. Indicates if the “On timer” is set “ON” or “OFF”
• Options 1. Gives the option codes of option group 1 as set and when it is set to “ON”, also start time, start day and
in SAM (Service Alignment Mode). program number is displayed. See DFU on how to change
• Options 2. Gives the option codes of option group 2 as set this item.
in SAM (Service Alignment Mode). • Location. Gives the last status of the location setting as
• 12NC SSB. Gives an identification of the SSB as stored in set via the installation menu. Possible values are “SHOP”
NVM. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after and “HOME”. If the location is set to “SHOP”, several
corruption, this identification number has to be re-written to settings are fixed. So for a customer location must be set
NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. This to “HOME”. Can be changed via the installation menu (see
identification number consists of 14 characters and is built also DFU).
up as follows: • HDMI key validity. Indicates if the HDMI keys (or HDCP
- Seven last characters of the 12NC of the SSB itself. keys) are valid or not. In case these keys are not valid and
- the serial number of the SSB, which consists of seven the customer wants to make use of the HDMI functionality,
digits. Both can be found on a sticker on the PWB of the the SSB has to be replaced.
SSB itself. The format of the identification number is then
EN 20 5. Q522.1E LB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

• Tuner frequency. Indicates the frequency the transmitter short-cutting the service pads on the SSB, the TV starts up and
is tuned to. ignores the error.
• TV System. Gives information about the video system of In this chassis, only error “63” (power-ok) is a MIPS protection
the selected transmitter. In case a DVBT signal is received and already displays the failure via blinking LED.
this item will also show ATSC.
– BG: PAL BG signal received The abbreviations “SP” and “MP” in the figures stand for:
– DK: PAL DK signal received • SP: protection or error detected by the Stand-by
– L/La: SECAM L/La signal received Processor.
– I: PAL I signal received • MP: protection or error detected by the MIPS Main
– M: NTSC M signal received Processor.
– ATSC: ATSC signal received
– DVB: DVBT signal received
• 12NC one zip SW. Displays the 12NC number of the one-
zip file as it is used for programming software in production.
In this one-zip file all below software versions can be found.
• Initial main SW. Displays the main software version which
was initially loaded by the factory.
• Current main SW. Displays the built-in main software
version. In case of field problems related to software,
software can be upgraded. As this software is consumer
upgradeable, it will also be published on the Internet.
Example: Q582E_1.2.3.4.
• Flash utils SW. Displays the software version of the
software which contains all necessary components of the
download application. To program this software, EJTAG
tooling is needed. Example: Q582E_1.2.3.4.
• Standby SW. Displays the built-in stand-by processor
software version. Upgrading this software will be possible
via ComPair or via USB (see chapter Software upgrade).
Example: STDBY_3.0.1.2.
• MOP SW. Only applicable for US. At the time of release of
this manual, there was still a problem with this item, and
some rubbish was displayed. Ignore this.
• MPEG4 software. Displays the MPEG4 software (optional
for sets with MPEG4).
• NVM version. Displays the NVM version as programmed
by factory.
• Display parameters. for development purposes only.
• Private PQ parameters. for development purposes only.
• Public PQ parameters. for development purposes only.
• Ambilight parameters. for development purposes only.
• Acoustics parameters. for development purposes only.
• DFI software (if applicable). Displays the DFI EPLD
software.
• DFI ambilight software (if applicable). Displays the DFI
ambilight EPLD software.

How to Exit CSM


Press “MENU” on the RC-transmitter.

5.3 Stepwise Start-up

There are two possible situations: one for protections detected


by the stand-by software and one for protections detected by
the main software.
When the TV is in a protection state due to an error detected by
stand-by software (and thus blinking an error) and SDM is
activated via short-circuiting the pins on the SSB, the TV starts
up until it reaches the situation just before protection. So, this
is a kind of automatic stepwise start-up. In combination with the
start-up diagrams below, you can see which supplies are
present at a certain moment. Important to know is, that if e.g.
the 3V3 detection fails (and thus error 8 is blinking) and the TV
is restarted via SDM, the Stand-by Processor will enable the
3V3, but will not go to protection now. The TV will stay in this
situation until it is reset (Mains/AC Power supply interrupted).
Caution: in case the start up in this mode with a faulty FET
7U08 is done, you can destroy all IC’s supplied by the +3V3,
due to overvoltage. It is recommended to measure first the FET
7U08 on short-circuit before activating SDM via the service
pads.
When the TV is in protection state due to an error detected by
main software (MIPS protection) and SDM is activated via
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 21

Off

Mains
off Mains
on

- WakeUp
WakeUp
requested
requeste
- Acquisition
d
needed
St by Semi
Active
(Off St by) - No data Acquisition
required St by - St by
requested
and no POD present
- tact SW pushed - tact SW
pushed
- WakeUp
requested
- Acquisition
needed
No data WakeUp
Acquisition
requeste
required and d
- POD Card removed POD present
GoToProtection
- tact SW pushed

GoToProtection

POD
St by
GoToProtection

Protection
On

For POD should be read Common Interface (CI) H_17650_093.eps


180108

Figure 5-3 Transition diagram


EN 22 5. Q522.1E LB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

Off/Stby to Semi

Off Stand by or
Protection
Mains is applied

Standby Supply starts running.


action holder: MIPS All standby supply voltages become available .

action holder: St-by


st-by µP resets If the protection state was left by short circuiting the
autonomous action SDM pins, detection of a protection condition during
startup will stall the startup. Protection conditions in a
playing set will be ignored. The protection mode will
All I/O lines have a High default state:
- Switch PNX85xx in reset (active LOW). not be entered.
- Keep the Audio-reset high.
- NVM power line is high, no NVM communication possible.

- Switch Audio-Reset high.


Initialise I/O pins of the st-by µP, start keyboard scanning, RC It is low in the standby mode if the standby
detection. Wake up reasons are off. mode lasted longer than 10s.

PDPGO line is high (either HW wise in a non FHP set or


because of the stby µP reset in an FHP set) which will start the
FHP PDP.

Switch ON Platform and display supply by switching LOW the Display supply is switched on
POD-MODE and the ON-MODE I/O lines. through the ON-mode I/O line

The availability of the supplies is checked through detect +5V, and +12V are switched on
signals going to the st-by µP. These signals are available
for +12V and +5V (combined as AND function, called
detect-5V-12V) and for +1V2 and +3V3 (combined as
AND function, called detect-1V2-2V5-3V). A low to high Wait 50ms and then start polling the detect-
transition of the signals should occur within a certain time 5V-12V every 40ms.
after toggling the standby line. If an observer is detected
before the time-out elapses, of course, the process
should continue in order to minimize start up time.

detect-5V-12V received within


No “5V 12V supply” error
2900 ms after POD-mode I/O
line toggle?

Yes

activate +5V/+12V supply


SP
detection algorithm. See CHS protections.

Enable the +1V2 supply (ENABLE-1V2)

Wait 100ms 100 ms is recommended by the


PNX85xx spec
.

No separate enable is present


Enable the supply for
for the +1V8 supply in the
+1.8V and +3.3V (ENABLE-3V3)
TV522.

Only one detect line is present


Start polling the detect-1V2-2V5-3V3
in the TV522: it detects +1V2
every 40ms
and +3V3

Detection
received within
No 1V2 2V5 3V3 DCDC error
250 ms after enable-3V3
toggle?

Yes

Activate supply detection algorithms for DC-


SP
DC outputs

Wait 20ms

The supply fault line is an OR


SUPPLY-FAULT I/O line
No Supply fault error function of DCDC, DCDC5050
is High?
and POD/CI supply switch.
H_17650_094a.eps
180108

Figure 5-4 “Off” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart (part 1)


Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 23

The supply fault line is an OR


SUPPLY-FAULT I/O line
No Supply fault error function of DCDC, DCDC5050
is High?
and POD/CI supply switch.

Yes
No
Enable the supply fault detection
SP
algorithm

Set I²C slave address This will allow access to NVM and
of Standby µP to (A0h) NAND FLASH and can not be done
earlier because the FLASH needs to
be in Write Protect as long as the
supplies are not available.
Switch LOW the RESET-NVM_WP-NANDFLASH line. Add a 2ms delay before
trying to address the NVM to allow correct NVM initialization.

Detect EJTAG debug probe


(pulling pin of the probe interface to
ground by inserting EJTAG probe)
An EJTAG probe (e.g. WindPower ICE probe) can
be connected for Linux Kernel debugging purposes.

EJTAG probe
Yes
connected ?

No
No

No Cold boot?

Yes

Release AVC system reset


Release AVC system reset Release AVC system reset
Feed initializing boot script
Feed warm boot script Feed cold boot script
disable alive mechanism

Boot process of the PNX5050 also starts at this point.

Bootscript ready
No
in 1250 ms?

Yes

Set I²C slave address


of Standby µP to (60h)

RPC start (comm. protocol)

Flash to Ram image


No
transfer succeeded
within 30s?
Code = 5
Yes

Switch AVC PNX85xx SW initialization


Code = 53 No
in reset (active low) succeeded
within 20s?

Wait 10ms Yes

Enable Alive check mechanism


Switch the NVM reset
line HIGH.

MIPS reads the wake up reason Wait until AVC starts to


from standby µP. communicate
Disable all supply related protections and
switch off the +2V5, +3V3 DC/DC converter.

In case of an LCD set, check the


Power-OK display line
Wait 5ms

switch off the remaining DC/DC Log power-ok error and enter
Power-ok display high ? No
converters protection

Yes
Switch POD-MODE and ON-MODE
3-th try?
I/O line high.
Reset the Pacific by pulling LOW the Pacific
hardware reset line during 100ms.
No MP H_17650_094b.eps
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Figure 5-5 “Off” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart (part 2)


EN 24 5. Q522.1E LB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

switch off the remaining DC/DC Log power-ok error and enter
Power-ok display high ? No
converters protection

Yes
Switch POD-MODE and ON-MODE
3-th try?
I/O line high.
Reset the Pacific by pulling LOW the Pacific
hardware reset line during 100ms.
No MP
Yes
Release Pacific reset
and wait 200ms
Blink Code as
error code

Ping the Pacific through I²C

SP
Pacific acknowledges ? No Third Pacific boot retry?

Yes
Yes
Init Pacific according use case :
- lvds or CMOS input and output
- panel config… Log Pacific error
to be discussed with Stefan / SW if we will put this here or in
the display excel overview of Stefan or in …..

Enable the Pacific output by sending the PanelConfig.PanelOn This is needed here because the Pacific has to
to the Pacific in case of a DFI set deliver an output clock towards the DFI. Otherwise
the DFI cannot deliver ambilight functionality in the
lampadaire mode. The presence of the DFI can be
determined via the display option.
Start 4 seconds preheating timer in case of
an LPL scanning backlight LCD set .
- Channeldecoder type TDA10060
cannot be reloaded without reset
of the channeldecoder.
- Channeldecoder type TDA10048
Initialize audio according FMS information:
can be reloaded without reset.

Channel decoder Download firmware into the channel


No Yes
TDA 10048? decoder

No

Downloaded
Third try? No
successfully ?

Yes Yes

initialize tuner , Master IF and channel


Log channel decoder error
decoder

Initialize source selection

Wait until Cpipe delivers a stable output


clock EPLD
and
Pacific
should
Reset EPLD be reset
when a
stable
input
clock
Wait 100ms become
s
available
at their
Reset Pacific clock input.

Initialize video processing IC 's :


- PNX5050 in /82
- scaler EPLD

initialize AutoTV by triggering CHS AutoTV Init interface

Initialize Pacific or EPLD related Ambilight


settings (if applicable)

Initialize Ambilight with Lights off .

Do not enter semi- standby state in case of an LPL


scanning backlight LCD set before 4s preheating timer has
elapsed.

Semi-Standby H_17650_094c.eps
180108

Figure 5-6 “Off” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart (part 3)


Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 25

action holder: AVC

action holder: St-by

autonomous action

Semi Standby

Wait until previous on-state is left more than 2


seconds ago. (to prevent LCD display problems)

Assert RGB video blanking


and audio mute

Rewrite Pacific register 0x03 (output format) :


this command is sometimes not processed properly by the
Pacific at initialisation time , resending it here solves the issue.

Switch on the display by sending the


PanelConfig.PanelOn (I²C) command to the Pacific
Initialize audio and video
processing IC's and functions
according needed use case.
wait 250ms (min. = 200ms)

Switch off the dimming backlight feature and


make sure PWM output is set to 100%

Switch on LCD backlight

The higher level requirement is that


audio and video should be demuted
without transient effects and that the Wait until valid and stable audio and video , corresponding to
audio should be demuted maximum 1s the requested output is delivered by the AVC AND the
before or at the same time as the backlight PWM has been on for 1second.
unblanking of the video.

Switch Audio-Reset low and wait 5ms

Release audio mute and wait 100ms before any other audio
handling is done (e.g. volume change)

Restore dimming backlight feature, PWM output and unblank


the video.

Active H_16770_110.eps
290307

Figure 5-7 “Semi Stand-by” to “Active” flowchart (non-DFI)


EN 26 5. Q522.1E LB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

action holder: AVC


Active
action holder: St-by

autonomous action

Mute all sound outputs via softmute

Wait 100ms

Set main amplifier mute (I/O: audio-mute)

Force ext audio outputs to ground


(I/O: audio reset)
And wait 5ms

switch off LCD backlight

Mute all video outputs

Wait 250ms (min. = 200ms)

Switch off the display by sending the


PanelConfig.PanelOff (I²C) command to the Pacific

switch off ambient light

Semi Standby H_16770_112.eps


260307

Figure 5-8 “Active” to “Semi Stand-by” flowchart (non-DFI)


Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 27

Semi Stand by
action holder: MIPS

action holder: St-by

autonomous action

If ambientlight functionality was used in semi -standby


(lampadaire mode), switch off ambient light

Delay transition until ramping down of ambient light is *) If this is not performed and the set is
finished. *) switched to standby when the switch off of
the ambilights is still ongoing , the lights will
switch off abruptly when the supply is cut.

transfer Wake up reasons to the Stand by µP.

Switch Memories to self-refresh (this creates a more


stable condition when switching off the power).

Switch AVC system in reset state

Wait 10ms

Switch the NVM reset line HIGH.

Disable all supply related protections and switch off


the +1V8 and the +3V3 DC/DC converter

Wait 5ms

switch off the +1V2 DC/DC converters

Switch OFF all supplies by switching HIGH the POD -


MODE and the ON-MODE I/O lines.
Important remark:
For PDP this means
release reset audio 10 sec after
CPUGO becomes low.
entering standby to save power

Stand by H_16770_114.eps
260307

Figure 5-9 “Semi Stand-by” to “Stand-by” flowchart


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action holder: MIPS MP SP


action holder: St-by

autonomous action Log the appropriate error and


set stand-by flag in NVM

Redefine wake up reasons for protection


state and transfer to stand-by µP.

Switch off LCD lamp supply

Wait 250ms (min. = 200ms)

Switch off LVDS signal

Switch off 12V LCD supply within a time frame of


min. 0.5ms to max. 50ms after LVDS switch off.

Ask stand-by µP to enter protection state

Switch AVC in reset state

Wait 10ms

Switch the NVM reset line HIGH.

Disable all supply related protections and switch off


the +1V8 and the +3V3 DC/DC converter.

Wait 5ms

switch off the +1V2 DC/DC converter

Switch OFF all supplies by switching HIGH the POD -


MODE and the ON-MODE I/O lines.

Flash the Protection-LED in order to indicate


protection state*. (*): This can be the standby LED or the ON LED
depending on the availability in the set under
discussion .

Protection H_16770_115.eps
290307

Figure 5-10 “Protection” flowchart


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5.4 Service Tools 5.5 Error Codes

5.4.1 ComPair 5.5.1 Introduction

Introduction The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
Consumer Electronics products. and offers the following: right, new errors are logged at the left side, and all other errors
1. ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how shift one position to the right.
to repair the chassis in a short and effective way. When an error occurs, it is added to the list of errors, provided
2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore the list is not full. When an error occurs and the error buffer is
capable of accurately indicating problem areas. You do not full, then the new error is not added, and the error buffer stays
have to know anything about I2C or UART commands intact (history is maintained).
yourself, because ComPair takes care of this. To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the
3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can error is removed from the list after more than 50 hrs. of
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the uP operation.
is working) and all repair information is directly available. When multiple errors occur (errors occurred within a short time
4. ComPair features TV software upgrade possibilities. span), there is a high probability that there is some relation
between them.
Specifications
ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program Basically there are three kinds of errors:
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product. • Errors detected by the Stand-by software. These errors
The (new) ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via will always lead to protection and an automatic start of the
an USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box blinking LED for the concerned error (see paragraph “The
and the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the Blinking LED Procedure”). In these cases SDM can be
service connector(s). used to start up (see chapter “Stepwise Start-up”). Note
that it can take up to 90 seconds before the TV goes to
How to Connect protection and starts blinking the error (e.g. error 53)
• Errors detected by main software that lead to
This is described in the ComPair chassis fault finding database.
protection. In this case the TV will go to protection and the
TO TV front LED should also blink the concerned error. See also
TO
UART SERVICE
TO
I2C SERVICE
TO
UART SERVICE
paragraph “Error Codes” -> “Error Buffer” -> “Extra Info”.
CONNECTOR CONNECTOR CONNECTOR
For this chassis only error 63 is a protection error detected
by main software.
ComPair II
Multi
function
• Errors detected by main software that do not lead to
RC in RC out
protection. In this case the error will be logged into the
Optional Power Link/ Mode
Switch Activity I2C
error buffer and can be read out via ComPair, via blinking
RS232 /UART
LED method, or in case you have picture, via SAM.

PC
5.5.2 How to Read the Error Buffer

Use one of the following methods:


• On screen via the SAM (only if you have a picture). E.g.:
ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge – 00 00 00 00 00: No errors detected
Optional power – 06 00 00 00 00: Error code 6 is the last and only
HDMI 5V DC
I2C only
detected error
E_06532_036.eps
150208
– 09 06 00 00 00: Error code 6 was first detected and
error code 9 is the last detected error
Figure 5-11 ComPair II interface connection • Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no
picture). See next paragraph.
• Via ComPair.
Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as
• Via CSM. when CSM is activated the blinking LED
shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in
procedure will start and the CSM content will be written to
between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If
a USB stick (if present).
one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs will be
blown!
5.5.3 How to Clear the Error Buffer
How to Order
ComPair II order codes: Use one of the following methods:
• ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020. • By activation of the “RESET ERROR BUFFER” command
• ComPair32 CD (update): 3122 785 60160. in the SAM menu.
• ComPair RS232 cable: 3104 311 12742 (to be used with • With a normal RC, key in sequence “MUTE” followed by
chassis Q52x). “062599” and “OK”.
• If the content of the error buffer has not changed for 50+
Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local hours, it resets automatically.
support desk.
5.5.4 Error Buffer
5.4.2 LVDS Tool
In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before
Support of the LVDS Tool has been discontinued. you begin the repair (before clearing the buffer, write down the
content, as this history can give you significant information).
This to ensure that old error codes are no longer present.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error
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code and not the actual cause (e.g., a fault in the protection line is activated. Otherwise, the +12V supply line is under
detection circuitry can also lead to a protection). voltage because “DETECT2” line (diagram B04A) is
There are several mechanisms of error detection: activated.
• Via error bits in the status registers of ICs. • Error 8 (1V2, 3V3 Supply). When this error occurs, the TV
• Via polling on I/O pins going to the stand-by processor. shuts down in protection mode and follows with the error
• Via sensing of analogue values on the stand-by processor blinking. This error points to a hardware problem around
or the PNX85xx. the DC/DC converter, i.e. the 3V3-STANDBY or 1V2-
• Via a “not acknowledge” of an I2C communication. STANDBY converters. They could be under voltage
because the “DETECT1” line (diagram B04A) is activated.
Take notice that some errors need more than 90 seconds • Error 9 (Supply fault). When this error occurs, the TV
before they start blinking or before they will be logged. So in shuts down and follows with the error blinking. This error
case of problems wait 2 minutes from start-up onwards, and points to a hardware problem around the DC/DC 3V3-1V2
then check if the front LED is blinking or if an error is logged. converter (diagram B02A). Probably the Class D amplifier
output causes the “SUPPLY FAULT” line (diagram B10A)
Table 5-2 Error code overview to be activated.
• Error 11 (I2C MUX1). When this error occurs, the TV will
constantly reboot due to the blocked bus. The best way for
Error Description Error/ Detected Device Result
Prot by
further diagnosis, is to use ComPair (e.g. read out the NVM
3 I2C3 E MIPS PNX85xx Error logged.
content). This error will point to a hardware problem around
5 PNX85xx does E Stby P PNX85xx Error blinking.
the PNX85xx: CONTROL_MIPS (diagram B04E).
not boot (HW Probably there is a PCA9540 I2C MUX1 communication
cause) error.
6 5V, 12V supply P Stby P / Protection + Error • Error 12 (I2C MUX2). When this error occurs, the TV will
blinking. constantly reboot due to the blocked bus. The best way for
8 1V2, 1V4, 2V5, P Stby P / Protection + Error further diagnosis, is to use ComPair (e.g. read out the NVM
3V3 supply blinking.
content). This error will point to a hardware problem around
9 Supply fault P Stby P / Protection + Error
blinking.
the PNX85xx: CONTROL_MIPS (diagram B04E).
11 I 2C-MUX1 E MIPS PCA9540 Error logged.
Probably there is a PCA9540 I2C MUX2 communication
12 I2C-MUX2 E MIPS PCA9540 Error logged.
error.
23 HDMI mux E MIPS AD8190/ Error logged.
• Error 23 (HDMI mux). When this error occurs it means that
AD8191/ there is a problem with the I2C communication towards the
AD8197 HDMI MUX IC AD8197 (diagram B08C). This error will
24 I2C switch E MIPS PCA9540 Error logged. point to a hardware problem around the Digi I/O HDMI
26 Master IF E MIPS TDA9898/ Error logged. MUX (diagram B08C). It is possible you will see error 23
9897/9890 logged in the error buffer. The best way for further
34 Tuner E MIPS TD1716 Error logged. diagnosis, is to use ComPair (e.g. read out the NVM
37 Channel decoder E MIPS TDA10060/ Error logged. content).
TDA10048
• Error 24 (I2C switch). As a side effect of error 24 it is
53 PNX85xx does E Stby P PNX85xx Error blinking.
not boot (SW
possible that error 47 (no existing error) will also be logged.
cause) • Error 26 (Master IF). When this error occurs, it means that
63 Power OK E/P MIPS / Protection + Error there is a problem with I2C communication towards the
blinking. MASTER IF TDA9898. It is possible that there will be no
picture and sound from the tuner input. This error will point
to a hardware problem around the main tuner (diagram
Note
B03A) IF processing IC. It is possible that you see error
1). Where applicable.
“26” logged in the error buffer.
• Error 34 (Tuner). When this error occurs, it means that
Extra Info
there is a problem with the I2C communication towards the
• Rebooting. When a TV is constantly rebooting due to
tuner (item no. 1716). It is likely that there will be no sound
internal problems, most of the time no errors will be logged and picture from the tuner input. This error points to a
or blinked. This rebooting can be recognized via a ComPair
hardware problem around the main tuner (diagram B03A).
interface and Hyperterminal (for Hyperterminal settings,
As side effect, it is possible that next to error 34, also error
see paragraph “Stand-by software upgrade). You will see 24 (no existing error) will be logged.
that the loggings which are generated by the main software
• Error 37 (Channel decoder). When this error occurs,
keep continuing. In this case (rebooting) diagnose has to
there probably will be no picture and sound from tuner
be done via ComPair. input. As a side effect of error 37 it is possible that error 4
• Error 3 (I2C bus 3 blocked). When this error occurs, the
(no existing error) is also logged.
TV will constantly reboot due to the blocked bus. The best
• Error 53. This error will indicate that the PNX85xx has read
way for further diagnosis here, is to use ComPair (e.g. read his bootscript (if this would have failed, error 5 would blink)
out the NVM content). Instead of error “3” it is possible you
but initialization was never completed because of hardware
will see error “2” in the error buffer.
problems (NAND flash, ...) or software initialization
• Error 5 (PNX85xx doesn’t boot). When this error occurs, problems. Possible cause could be that there is no valid
the TV main processor was not able to read his bootscript.
software loaded (try to upgrade to the latest main software
This error will point to a hardware problem around the
version). Note that it can take up to 2 minutes before the TV
PNX85xx (supplies not OK, PNX85xx completely dead, I2C starts blinking error 53.
link between PNX and Stand-by processor broken, etc...).
• Error 63 (POWER OK). When this error occurs, it means
When error 5 occurs it is also possible that I2C2 bus is
that the POWER-OK line did not became “high”. This error
blocked (NVM), I2C2 can be indicated in the schematics as is only applicable for TV’s with an LCD display. For PDP
follows: SCL UP-MIPS, SDA-UP-MIPS, SCL-SLAVE,
displays there will be no protection during a POWER-OK
SDA-SLAVE, SCL-2 or SDA-2.
line failure, but error 63 will be logged in the error buffer.
• Error 6 (5 V, 12 V supply). When this error occurs, the TV Caution: in case a PDP TV ends up into power-ok
set shuts down in protection mode and follows with the
protection, it can indicate that the display option code is set
error blinking. This error points to a hardware problem
to “LCD”. To change the display option code to “PDP” you
around the DC/DC converter (diagram B02C). Probably the need to activate SDM via the service pads (see figure
+5V supply line is under voltage because the “PROT-DC”
“Service mode pads”). Then change the display option
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code blindly via a standard RC: key in the code “062598” 5.7 Protections
directly followed by the “MENU” button and “XXX” (where
XXX is the 3 digit decimal display option code as 5.7.1 Software Protections
mentioned in figure “Display option code overview”).

Most of the protections and errors use either the stand-by


5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure microprocessor or the MIPS controller as detection device.
Since in these cases, checking of observers, polling of ADCs,
5.6.1 Introduction and filtering of input values are all heavily software based,
these protections are referred to as software protections.
There are several types of software related protections, solving
The blinking LED procedure can be split up into two situations:
a variety of fault conditions:
• Blinking LED procedure in case of a protection. In this case
• Protections related to supplies: check of the 12V, +5V,
the error is automatically blinked. This will be only one
+1V2, +1V4, 2V5 and +3V3.
error, namely the one that is causing the protection.
• Protections related to breakdown of the safety check
Therefore, you do not have to do anything special, just read
mechanism. E.g. since the protection detections are done
out the blinks. A long blink indicates the decimal digit, a
by means of software, failing of the software will have to
short blink indicates the units.
initiate a protection mode since safety cannot be
• Blinking LED procedure in the “on” state. Via this
guaranteed any more.
procedure, you can make the contents of the error buffer
visible via the front LED. This is especially useful for fault
finding, when there is no picture. Remark on the Supply Errors
The detection of a supply dip or supply loss during the normal
playing of the set does not lead to a protection, but to a cold
When the blinking LED procedure is activated in the “on” state,
reboot of the set. If the supply is still missing after the reboot,
the front LED will show (blink) the contents of the error-buffer.
the TV will go to protection.
Error-codes > 10 are shown as follows:
1. “n” long blinks (where “n” = 1 - 9) indicating decimal digit,
2. A pause of 1.5 s, Protections during Start-up
3. “n” short blinks (where “n”= 1 - 9), During TV start-up, some voltages and IC observers are
4. A pause of approx. 3 s, actively monitored to be able to optimise the start-up speed,
5. When all the error-codes are displayed, the sequence and to assure good operation of all components. If these
finishes with a LED blink of 3 s, monitors do not respond in a defined way, this indicates a
6. The sequence starts again. malfunction of the system and leads to a protection. As the
observers are only used during start-up, they are described in
Example: Error 12 8 6 0 0. the start-up flow in detail (see paragraph “Stepwise Start-up”).
After activation of the SDM, the front LED will show:
1. 1 long blink of 750 ms (which is an indication of the decimal 5.7.2 Hardware Protections
digit) followed by a pause of 1.5 s,
2. 2 short blinks of 250 ms followed by a pause of 3 s, The only real hardware protection in this chassis is (in case of
3. 8 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s, an audio problem) the audio protection circuit that will switch
4. 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 3 s, “off” immediately the supply of the SSB. The supply will buzz
5. 1 long blink of 3 s to finish the sequence, during the protection and +12VS drops to approx. 5V5 and +5V
6. The sequence starts again. Stand-by to approx. to 1V9. Other indication of the audio
protection is that the red LED lights up with an intensity of 50%.
5.6.2 How to Activate
Repair Tips
Use one of the following methods: • It is also possible that you have an audio DC protection
• Activate the SDM or CSM. The blinking front LED will because of an interruption in one or both speakers (the DC
show the entire contents of the error buffer (this works in voltage that is still on the circuit cannot disappear through
“normal operation” mode). the speakers). Caution: (dis)connecting the speaker wires
• Transmit the commands “MUTE” - “062500” - “OK” during the ON state of the TV at high volume can damage
with a normal RC. The complete error buffer is shown. the audio amplifier.
Take notice that it takes some seconds before the blinking
LED starts.
• Transmit the commands “MUTE” - “06250x” - “OK”
5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips
with a normal RC (where “x” is a number between 1 and
5). When x= 1 the last detected error is shown, x= 2 the Read also paragraph “Error Codes” -> “Error Buffer” -> “Extra
second last error, etc.... Take notice that it takes some Info”.
seconds before the blinking LED starts.
5.8.1 CSM

When you activate CSM and there is a USB stick connected to


the TV, the software will dump the complete CSM content to the
USB stick. The file (Csm.txt) will be saved in the root of your
USB stick. If this mechanism works you can conclude that a
large part of the operating system is already working (MIPS,
USB...)

5.8.2 DC/DC Converter

Introduction
• The best way to find a failure in the DC-DC converters is to
check their starting-up sequence at “power-on via the
mains cord”, presuming that the standby microprocessor is
operational.
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• If the input voltage of DC-DC converters is around 12.7 V 5. Check the over-current detection circuit (2U04 or 3U14
(measured on decoupling capacitors 2U0W and 2U0Y and interrupted).
the enable signals are “low” (active) then the output • Symptom: +1.2 V OK, +2.5 V and +3.3 V present for
voltages should have their normal values. +12 V and +5 V- about 100 ms. Possible cause: SUPPLY-FAULT line
POD supplies start-up first (enabled by PODMODE signal stays “low” even though the +3.3 V and +1.2 V is available
from the standby microprocessor). There is a - the standby microprocessor is detecting that and
supplementary condition for +12 V to start-up: if +5 V-POD switching “off” all supply voltages.
does not start up due to a local defect, then +12 V will not 1. Check the drop voltage across resistor 3U70 or 3U3T
be available as well. +5 V-ON supply is enabled by the (they could be too high, meaning a defective controller IC
ONMODE signal (coming also from the standby or MOS-FETs),
microprocessor). +1.2 V supply starts-up when +12 V 2. Check if the boost voltage on pin 4 of controller IC 7U0A
appears, then at least 100 ms later, +1.8 V, +2.5 V and is less than 14 V (should be 19 V),
+3.3 V will be activated via the ENABLE-3V3 signal from 3. Check if +1.2 V or +3.3 V are higher than their normal
the standby microprocessor. If +12 V value is less than values - that can be due to defective DC feedback of the
10 V then the last enumerated voltages will not show-up respective DC-DC convertor (ex. 3U1J, 3U75).
due to the under-voltage detection circuit 7U01-1 + 6U04 • Symptom: +1.2 V, +1.4 V, +1.8 V, +2.5 V or +3.3 V shows
and surrounding components. Furthermore, if +12 V is less a high level of ripple voltage (audible noise can come from
than 8 V then also +1.2 V will not be available. The third the filtering coils 5U00, 5U01 or 5U04). Possible cause:
DC-DC convertor that delivers +1.4 V out of +12 V is instability of the frequency and/or duty cycle of a DC-DC
started up when the ENABLE-1V2 becomes active (low) converter or stabilizer.
and +12 V is present. The +Vtun generator (present only for 1. Check the resistor 3U0H and 3U2E, capacitors 2U0C
the analogue version of China platforms) will generate and 2U0A, input and output decoupling capacitors.
+33 V for the analogue tuner as soon as the 12 V/3.3 V 2. Check a.c. feedback circuits (2U08+2U09+3U07+3U08
DC-DC converter will start to operate. for +1.2 V, 2U8P+2U0Y+3U24 for +1.4 V and
• The consumption of controller IC 7U0A is around 19 mA 2U03+2U05+3U04).
(that means almost 200 mV drop voltage across resistor • Symptom: +1.2 V, +1.4 V, +2.5 V and +3.3 V ok, no +Vtun
3U70) and the consumption of controller IC 7U0L is around (analogue sets only). Possible cause: the “+Vtun generator”
12 mA. circuit (7U0P +7 U0Q + surroundings components) is
• The current capability of DC-DC converters is quite high defective: check transistor 7U0P (it has to have gate
(short-circuit current is 7 to 10 A), therefore if there is a voltage pulses of about 10 V amplitude and drain voltage
linear integrated stabiliser that, for example, delivers 1.8 V pulses of about 35 V amplitude) and surrounding
from +3.3 V with its output overloaded, the +3.3 V stays components. A high consumption (more than 6 mA) from
usually at its normal value even though the consumption +Vtun voltage can cause also +Vtun voltage to be too low or
from +3.3 V increases significantly. zero.
• The +1.8 V and +2.5 V supply voltages are obtained via
linear stabilizer made with discrete components that can Note: when a pair of power MOSFETs (7U02+7U08,
deliver a lot of current, therefore in case +1.8 V or +2.5 V 7U05+7U06 or 7U0D-1/2) becomes defective the controller IC
are shortcircuited to GND then +3.3 V will not have the 7U0A or 7U0L should be replaced as well.
normal value but much less.
• The SUPPLY-FAULT signal (active low) is an internal 5.8.3 Exit “Factory Mode”
protection (error 9) of the DC-DC convertor and will occur
if the output voltage of any DC-DC convertor is out of limits
When an “F” is displayed in the screen’s right corner, this
(10% of the normal value).
means that the set is in “Factory” mode, and it normally
happens after a new SSB has been mounted.
Fault Finding
To exit this mode, push the “Volume minus” button on the TV’s
• Symptom: +1.2 V not present (even for a short while
keyboard control for 5 seconds and restart the set.
~10 ms)
1. Check 12 V availability (resistor 3U70, MOS-FETs 7U05
and 7U06), value of +12 V, and surrounding components)
2. Check the voltage on pin 9 (1.5 V),
3. Check for +1.2 V output voltage short-circuit to GND that
can generate pulsed over-currents 7 to 10 A through coil
5U00.
4. Check the over-current detection circuit (2U00 or 3U17
interrupted).
• Symptom: +1.4 V not present (even for a short while
~10 ms) while +12 V is okay (also across input capacitors
2U8A and 2U8E).
1. Check resistor 3U3T and power MOS-FETs 7U0D-1/2.
2. Check the voltage on pin 4 (4 V).
3. Check enable signal ENABLE-1V2 (active “low”).
4. Check for +1.4 V output voltage short-circuit to GND that
can generate pulsed over-currents 7 to 10 A through coil
5U05.
• Symptom: +1.2 V present for about 100 ms, +1.8 V,
+2.5 V and +3.3 V not rising.
1. Check the ENABLE-3V3 signal (active “low”),
2. Check the voltage on pin 8 (1.5 V),
3. Check the under-voltage detection circuit (the voltage on
collector of transistor 7U01-1 should be less than
0.8 V),
4. Check for output voltages short-circuits to GND (+3.3 V,
+2.5 V and +1.8 V) that can generate pulsed overcurrents
7 to 10 A through coil 5U01,
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding Q522.1E LB 5. EN 33

5.8.4 SSB Replacement

Follow the instructions in the flowchart in case you have to


exchange the SSB. See figure “SSB replacement flowchart”.

START

Set is still
operating?

Yes No

Activate SAM and save the TV settings


via “Upload to USB”

- Replace SSB board by a Service SSB.


- Make the SSB fit mechanically to the set.

Start-up set If necessary, adapt the connector plate and/or


the shielding to make the assy fit
mechanically.

Set behaviour?

Set is starting up but no display


Set is starting up & display is OK Set goes into protection
Upgrade main TV SW to the latest version via
USB stick (#)
Activate SDM via shorting the Service pins on
Program “Display Option” code via 062598 the SSB
MENU, followed by 3 digits code (this code
can be found on a sticker inside the set or in
the Service Manual) - Program Display Option code via 062598 MENU followed by the 3 digit code
(see sticker inside set or in the Service Manual)
After entering “Display Option” code, set is - Or program “Display Option” code in SAM via “062596 i+”, Options, Display, Screen
going to Standby (= validation of code)
Method 1; In some sets it is possible to
program “Display Option” code before set is
going into protection.
Restart the set Method 2; First bring set in SDM and
If set is starting-up in Factory mode “F”, push
program “Display Option” code.
the “Volume minus” button on the local Method 3; Bring the PDP power supply in
keyboard for 5 seconds and restart the set stand-alone mode and program the “Display
Option” code.

Saved settings
No
on USB stick?

In case of settings reloaded from USB, the set type- and


Yes set serial number are automatically stored when entering
display options.

Connect ComPair, load JETT software and Activate SAM and reload settings
program set type- and serial number via “Download from USB”

Check latest software on Service website.


Update main and Standby software via USB - Check if correct “Display Option” code is programmed.
- Verify “Option Codes” according sticker inside the set.
- Default settings for White drive ...see Service Manual

Check and perform alignments in SAM


according to the Service Manual

Check changes in CSM

Instruction note SSB replacement


(#) Some new “Display Option” codes are not recognised 3122 785 00982
END
by SSB’s with old(er) SW, resulting in “no display”. 05-FEB-2007
Therefore it is advised to ALWAYS update the main TV
SW (autorun.upg) via a USB stick to the latest version,
before setting the “Display Option” code. H_16771_007.eps
130707

Figure 5-12 SSB replacement flowchart


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5.8.5 Display option code 5.9 Software Upgrading

Caution: In case you have replaced the SSB, always check the 5.9.1 Introduction
display option code in SAM, even if you have picture. With a
wrong display option code it is possible that you have picture,
The set software and security keys are stored in a NAND-
but that in certain conditions you have unwanted side-effects.
Flash, which is connected to the PNX85xx via the PCI bus.

5.8.6 Upgrade EDID NVM It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the
USB port. This allows replacement of a software image in a
To upgrade the EDID NVM you must short circuit pin 7 of the stand alone set, without the need of an E-JTAG debugger. A
EDID NVM to ground. Therefore some test points (EDID1, description on how to upgrade the main software can be found
EDID2 and EDID3) are foreseen next to the HDMI connectors in the DFU.
(figure “EDID-NVM pins”). See ComPair for further instructions.
Important: When the NAND-Flash must be replaced, a new
SSB must be ordered, due to the presence of the security
keys!!! (copy protection keys, MAC address, ...).
Perform the following actions after SSB replacement:
1. Set the correct option codes (see sticker inside the TV).
2. Update the TV software (see the DFU for instructions).
3. Perform the alignments as described in chapter 8 (section
“Reset of Repaired SSB”).
4. Check in CSM if the HDMI keys are valid.

5.9.2 Main Software Upgrade

EDID 3 EDID 2 EDID 1


The software image resides in the NAND-Flash, and is
formatted in the following way (refer to figure “NAND-flash
content”):
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Figure 5-13 EDID-NVM pins

Table 5-3 NAND flash content

NAND Flash content One ZIP


Fuse UPG Upgrade all UPG Flash Utils UPG
Partition Content Erase Program Erase Program Erase Program
JFFS2 partition 1 (application read write data) Channel table, EPG data,... X X X
JFFS2 partition 0 (Application read only once data) HDMI keys, back up display file, … X X
JFFS2 partition 0 (Application read only upgradable data) wizard pictures, display file, cabinet file, upgrade assistant, … X X X
SQUASHFS partition Main software (Mips), Linux structure (root file system) X X X X
BFFS partition 2 (DVD OK) Default software upgrade application TriMedia software boot X X X X
batch file 2
BFFS partition 1 (DVD cursor down) Back up software upgrade application boot batch file 1 X X X X
Linux kernel JETT : needed for ComPair
BFFS partition 0 Jaguar Boot loader boot batch file 0 X X
Block 0 μBTM partition table X

• The above overview of the NAND Flash shows the content 1. Copy “AUTORUN.UPG” to the root of your USB stick.
of the different partitions. It also shows which part of the 2. Insert USB stick in the side I/O while the set is in ON
one-zip file erases and programs which part of the NAND MODE. The set will restart and the upgrading will start
Flash. automatically. As soon as the programming is finished, you
• Remark: the above does not mean that you can reprogram will get the message that you can remove your USB stick
your HDMI keys with the “UpgradeAll.upg” file from the one and restart the set.
zip file. This can only be done in a secure environment (e.g.
the factory). Manual Software Upgrade
• The “UpgradeAll.upg” file is only used in the factory. In case that the software upgrade application does not start
• The “FlashUtils.upg” file is only used by service centra automatically, you can also start it manually.
which are allowed to do component level repair on the How to start the software upgrade application manually:
SSB. 1. Disconnect the TV from the Mains/AC Power.
2. Press the “OK” button on a Philips DVD RC-6 remote
Automatic Software Upgrade control (it is also possible to use the TV remote in “DVD”
In “normal” conditions, so when there is no major problem with mode). Keep the “OK” button pressed while reconnecting
the TV, the main software and the default software upgrade the TV to the Mains/AC Power.
application can be upgraded with the “AUTORUN.UPG” (FUS 3. The software upgrade application will start.
part of the one-zip file: e.g. 3104 337 03801 _FUS _Q582E_
0.37.0.0_commercial.zip). This can also be done by the Attention!
consumers themselves, but they will have to get their software In case that you have started the download application
from the commercial Philips website or via the Software Update manually, the “autorun.upg” will maybe not be recognized.
Assistant in the user menu (see DFU). The “autorun.upg” file What to do in this case:
must be placed in the root of your USB stick. 1. Create a directory “UPGRADES” on your USB stick.
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2. Rename the “autorun.upg” to something else, e.g. to 8. Via “Transfer” -> “Send text file ...”, you can send the
“software.upg”. Do not use long or complicated names, proper upgrade file to the TV (e.g. *.hex).
keep it simple. Make sure that “AUTORUN.UPG” is no 9. After successful programming, you must see the following
longer present in the root of your USB stick. info (this can take several minutes!):
3. Copy the renamed “upg” file into this directory. – DCSUM=0xC67E
4. Insert USB stick in the side I/O. – :Ok
5. The renamed “upg” file will be visible and selectable in the – MCSUM=0xC67E
upgrade application. – Programming
– PCSUM=0xC67E
Back-up Software Upgrade Application – Finished
If the default software upgrade application does not start (could 10. If you do not see this info, restart the complete procedure.
be due to a corrupted boot 2 sector) via the above described 11. Close HyperTerminal.
method, you can try to activate the “back-up software upgrade 12. Disconnect and connect Mains/AC Power again.
application”. (*) When having problems with upgrading, use the values
How to start the “back-up software upgrade application” between brackets.
manually:
1. Disconnect the TV from the Mains/AC Power. 5.9.4 Content and Usage of the One-Zip Software File
2. Press the “CURSOR DOWN” button on a Philips DVD RC-
6 remote control (it is also possible to use the TV remote in Below you find a content explanation of the One-Zip file, and
“DVD” mode). Keep the “cursor down” button pressed instructions on how and when to use it.
while reconnecting the TV to the Mains/AC Power.
3. The software upgrade application will start. • 1.1 Ambilight_PRFAM_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by
Service technicians.
5.9.3 Stand-by Software Upgrade • 1.2 Cabinet_ACOUS_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by
Service technicians.
• 1.3 Ceisp2padll_P2PAD_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by
There are two methods now to upgrade stand-by software:
Service technicians. For ComPair development only.
• 1.4 Display_DISPT_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by Service
Upgrade via USB technicians.
In this chassis it is possible to upgrade the Stand-by software • 1.5 EDID_Q582E_x.x.x.x.zip. Contains the EDID content
via a USB stick. The method is similar to upgrading the main of the different EDID NVM’s. See ComPair for further
software via USB. instructions.
Use the following steps: For sets with three HDMI connectors.
1. Create a directory “UPGRADES” on your USB stick. - For HDMI 1 NVM, use “*port 1*.bin
2. Copy the Stand-by software (part of the one-zip file, e.g. - For HDMI 2 NVM, use “*port 2*.bin
StandbySW_CFT01_9.0.0.0.upg) into this directory. - For HDMI 3 NVM, use “*port 3*.bin
3. Insert the USB stick into the TV. • 1.6 EJTAGDownload_Q582X_x.x.x.x.zip. Only used by
4. Start the download application manually (see paragraph service centra which are allowed to do component level
“Manual start of the Software Upgrade Application”. repair.
5. Select the appropriate file and press the “red” button to • 1.7 Factory_Q582X_x.x.x.x_commercial.zip. Only for
upgrade. production purposes, not to be used by Service
technicians.
Upgrade via PC and ComPair interface • 1.8 FlashUtils_Q582X_x.x.x.x_commercial.zip. Not to
It will be possible to upgrade the Stand-by software via a PC be used by Service technicians.
and the ComPair interface. Check paragraph “ComPair” on • 1.9 FUS_Q582X_x.x.x.x_commercial.zip. Contains the
how to connect the interface. To upgrade the Stand-by “autorun.upg” which is needed to upgrade the TV main
software, use the following steps: software and the software download application.
1. Disconnect the TV from the Mains/AC Power. • 2.0 MOP_IACXX_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by Service
2. Short circuit the SPI pins [2] on the SSB (see figure technicians. A programmed MOP device can be ordered
“Service mode pads” earlier in this chapter). via your regional Service organization.
3. Keep the SPI pins shorted while connecting the TV to the • 2.1 OpenSourceFile_Q582X_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used
Mains/AC Power. by Service technicians.
4. Release the short circuit after approx. two seconds. • 2.2 Pacific3_P3FW0_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by
5. Start up HyperTerminal (can be found in every Windows Service technicians. A programmed PACIFIC device can
application via Programs -> Accessories -> be ordered via your regional Service organization.
Communications -> HyperTerminal). Use the following • 2.3 PQPrivate_U5207_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by
settings: Service technicians.
– COM1 • 2.4 PQPublic_U5207_x.x.x.x.zip. Not to be used by
– Bits per second = 38400 (9600)* Service technicians.
– Data bits = 8 • 2.5 Processor_NVM_SW_Q522_x.x.x.x.zip. Default
– Parity = none NVM content. Must be programmed via ComPair.
– Stop bits = 1 • 2.6 StandbySW_CFTxx_x.x.x.x_commercial.zip.
– Flow control = None Contains the Stand-by software in “upg” and ”hex” format.
6. Press “Shift U” on your PC keyboard. You should now see - The “StandbySW_xxxxx_prod.upg” file can be used to
the following info: upgrade the Stand-by software via USB.
– PNX2015 Loader V1.0 - The “StandbySW_xxxxx.hex” file can be used to upgrade
– 19-09-2003 the Stand-by software via ComPair.
– DEVID=0x05 -The files “StandbySW_xxxxx_exhex.hex” and
– Erasing “StandbySW_xxxxx_dev.upg” may not be used by Service
– MCSUM=0x0000 technicians (only for development purposes).
– = • 2.7 UpgradeAll_Q531X_x.x.x.x_commercial.zip. Only
7. If you do not see the above info, restart the above for production purposes, not to be used by Service
procedure, and check your HyperTerminal settings and the technicians.
connections between PC and TV. Caution: Never use this file, because it will overwrite
the HDCP keys ! ! !
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Wiring Diagram 32" (MG8)
WIRING DIAGRAM 32" (STYLING MG8)

LCD DISPLAY (1004)

LVDS INPUT (100Hz) LVDS INPUT (50Hz)


41P 41P

8G50

8G52
CN2
INVERTER 14. ANALOG_PWM
13. DIM 1G50 (B06A)
12. BL_ON_OFF 41P
11. BOOSTI 1. SDA-I2C4-DISP
10. SGND3 2. SCL-I2C4-DISP
9. SGND3 ...
8. SGND3 38. VDISP
7. SGND3 39. VDISP
6. SGND3 40. VDISP
8521

5. 24VI 41. VDISP


4. 24VI
3. 24VI 1D12 (B10A)
4. RIGHT-
2. 24VI SSB
1. 24VI 3. GNDSND
2. GNDSND
B (1150)
1. LEFT+

1D10 (B10A)
14P

8D12
CN6 9. KEYBOARD
1. 3.3VSB
A MAIN POWER SUPPLY 8. +5V
BOARD TACT SW

(1005) 2. PSON 7. KEYBOARD


3. SGND1 6. LED1
4. SGND1 5. +3V3-STANDBY
5. SGND1 4. LED2
6. 12V 8M95
3. RC
7. 12V 2. GNDSND
8. 12V 1. LIGHT-SENSOR
9. 12VA
10. SGND2
E CONTROL

1M95 (B02B)
11. -12VA
11. -AUDIO-POWER
10. GNDSND
CN7
(0025)

9. +AUDIO-POWER
1. 12V 8. +12V
2. 12V 7. +12V
3. SGND1 6. +12V
4. SGND1 8M99 5. GND
5. BL-ON 4. GND
1N10
1M01

6. BL-DIMM 3. GND
3P

1. GND
7. BOOST 2. STANDBY
2. KEYBOARD
8. SGND1 1. +3V3-STANDBY
3. +3V3STBY
4. INTERRUPT
1M99 (B02B)
8. GND
7. BACKLIGHT-BOOST
6. MACKLIGHT-OUT
5. LAMP-ON-OUT
CN1 4. GND
1. N 8002 3. GND
8P11 2. +12VD
2. L INLET
1. +12VD
8191

8D10
4. TACT_SWITCH_INT

1. LIGHT-SENSOR

5. +3V3-STANDBY
2. KEYBOARD

7. KEYBOARD

9. KEYBOARD
3. +3V3STBY

2. GNDSND

+ - + -
4. LED2

6. LED1
1. GND

8. +5V
3. RC
1P11

1P10

RIGHT SPEAKER LEFT SPEAKER

IR LED PANEL
J (1112)
(5212) FULL RANGE (5211) FULL RANGE

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Wiring Diagram 37" 42" 47"(ME8&MG8)


WIRING DIAGRAM 37", 42" and 47" (STYLING MG8 and ME8)

8402

LCD DISPLAY (1004)

LVDS INPUT (1080p) LVDS INPUT (768p)


51P 41P
8401

8G50

8G51

1G50 (B06A)
DANGEROUS DANGEROUS 41P
HIGH VOLTAGE HIGH VOLTAGE
1. SDA-I2C4-DISP
2. SCL-I2C4-DISP

2. N.C.
1. HV1

3. HV1

2. N.C.
1. HV2

3. HV2
...

CN3

CN2
38. VDISP
39. VDISP
40. VDISP
41. VDISP

1D12 (B10A)
A MAIN POWER SUPPLY 4. RIGHT-
(1005) SSB
3. GNDSND
2. GNDSND
B (1150)
TO BACKLIGHT

TO BACKLIGHT
1. LEFT+

1D10 (B10A)

8D12
CN6 9. KEYBOARD
1. 3.3VSB 8. +5V
BOARD TACT SW

2. PSON 7. KEYBOARD
3. SGND1 6. LED1
4. SGND1 5. +3V3-STANDBY
5. SGND1 4. LED2
6. 12V 8M95
3. RC
7. 12V 2. GNDSND
8. 12V 1. LIGHT-SENSOR
9. 12VA
10. SGND2
E CONTROL

1M95 (B02B)
11. -12VA
11. -AUDIO-POWER
10. GNDSND
CN7
(0025)

9. +AUDIO-POWER
1. 12V 8. +12V
2. 12V 7. +12V
3. SGND1 6. +12V
4. SGND1 8M99 5. GND
5. BL-ON 4. GND
1N10
1M01

6. BL-DIMM 3. GND
3P

1. GND
7. BOOST 2. STANDBY
2. KEYBOARD
8. SGND1 1. +3V3-STANDBY
3. +3V3STBY
4. INTERRUPT
1M99 (B02B)
8. GND
7. BACKLIGHT-BOOST
6. MACKLIGHT-OUT
5. LAMP-ON-OUT
CN1 4. GND
1. N 8002 3. GND
8P11 2. +12VD
2. L INLET
1. +12VD
8191

8D10
4. TACT_SWITCH_INT

1. LIGHT-SENSOR

5. +3V3-STANDBY
2. KEYBOARD

7. KEYBOARD

9. KEYBOARD
3. +3V3STBY

2. GNDSND

+ - + -
4. LED2

6. LED1
1. GND

8. +5V
3. RC
1P11

1P10

RIGHT SPEAKER LEFT SPEAKER

IR LED PANEL
J (1112)
(5212) FULL RANGE (5211) FULL RANGE

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Block Diagram Video


VIDEO
B03A MAIN TUNER B04 PNX8541
7H00
B05C DUAL LVDS B06A PACIFIC 3: LVDS
7T57
1T04 TDA9898HL PNX8541E/M1
TD1716F/BHXP 1T75 7T56
3 4 IF-FILTP1 6 B04K ANALOGUE AV 1G50
IF1-A EF B04O DIGITAL 7CG0
8 33 CVBS4 J3 41
CVBS VIDEO OUT BU7988KVT VDISP
MAIN HYBRID 5 IF-FILTN1 7
IF1-B LVDS 40
TUNER IF CVBS-TER-OUT 10-bit YUV

5T61
10 PROCESSING 39
11 1 6 IF-FILTN2 10
IF-OUT2

IF-OUT1
10 2 7 IF-FILTP2 9
IF2-B

26 TDA-IF-IN-N 3T59
IF-N M1
PNX8541 LVDS
DUAL LVDS ONLY
38

IF2-A OUT1-A DV-Y(0-9)


MAIN 32

RF-AGC
3 TUN-AGC
SAW 37M6
47
TAGC
OUT1-B
27 TDA-IF-IN-P 3T58
IF-P M2 VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
TRANSMITTER 49
48
TXEA-
TXEA+ 31
DIF-N VIDEO OUTPUT
8 4-MHz 46 DV-UV(0-9) 47 TXEB- 30
XTAL_OUT FREF LAYER TTL
DIF-P 46 TXEB+ 29

CPIPE-TV
+5V GFX LAYER
9 36 STILL 44 TXEC- 28
TUN-AGC-MON 16 AGC-DIN AG15 DV-HS 7
VTUN MPP-2 MPEG/PC 27
43 TXEC+
AH15 DV-VS 8
GFX OSD 42 TXECLK- 25
B03E STI7101: B03D STI7101: CONTROL B03B CHANNNEL DECODER DVBT-T B03C CHANNNEL DECODER DVBT-C VIDEO ANALOGUE LAYER
41 TXECLK+ 24
FLASH 7A00 7T17
SWITCH/
7A50 7TA4 40 TXED- 22
STI7101BWC ADC/MUX/SRC
M29W640FT70N6
7T18
TDA10048HN TDA10023HT B04O PNX8541: DIGITAL
21
B03E 58 39 TXED+
43
AGC_TUN VIP OR VIDEO OUT / LVDS
FLASH FLASH 42 TDA-IF-AGC 9
EMI-D(0-15) AGCT_CTL AGC_TUN 57 MBVP-TV LVDS
AGC-COMP 32 VIM
EPROM EMI SNR/TNR B04O DIGITAL AJ21 TX8535oA- CONNECTOR
8Mx8 DTV EDDI
3 DTV VIDEO OUT
4Mx16 EMI-A(1-22) RECEIVERVI-P HV SCALER LVDS AK21 TX8535oA+
4-MHz 7 2 RECEIVER 17
XIN VI-M 37 TXOA-
16 AJ22 TX8535oB-
CLR 41 CLRB 36 TXOA+ 16
AK22 TX8535oB+
Only for MPEG4 RESET-SYSTEM B04N VIDEO
B03F STI7101: STI7101 DATA B04E DATA
STREAMS AG22 TX8535oC-
35 TXOB- 15
34 TXOB+ 14
DDR1 FE-DATA(0-7) VIDEO AH22 TX8535oC+
MEMORY
OUTPUT 32 TXOC- 13
B03F Only for DVB-C MSP CONTROLLER
7AA1 LVDS AJ23 TX8535oCLK-
VMPG 31 TXOC+ 12
EDD2516AETA DDR1 B09A DIGI I/O: PCMCIA INTERFACE & BUFFERS
MPEG AK23 TX8535oCLK+
LMI TSI0-ST-D(0-7) DEMUX 30 TXOCLK- 10
DDR AND AG23 TX8535oD-
29 TXOCLK+ 9
SDRAM TSI1-ST-D(0-7)
DECODING AH23 TX8535oD+
16Mx16 28 TXOD-_ 7
LMI-D(0-31) 7N09 AJ24 TX8535oE-
P33 MPEG-TX2+ 1N00 6
B03G 74LVC245 27 TXOD+
P34 MPEG-TX2- AK24 TX8535oE+
7AA2 AV-INTER
FACE R33 MPEG-TX1+
EDD2516AETA VIDEC, 3D COMB AND VBI
R34 MPEG-TX1- MDO(0-7) BUFFER CA-MDO(0-7)
AV CAPTURING
T33 MPEG-TX0+ PCMCIA
68P

DDR LMI-A(0-12) INTER


FACE T34 MPEG-TX0-
SDRAM U33 MPEG-TXC+
16Mx16 CA-MDI(0-7)
U34 MPEG-TXC- CONDITIONAL
ACCESS
Only for MPEG4 Only for MPEG4
B08B DIGI I/O: HDMI CONNECTORS + B07B ANALOGUE I/O: YPBPR AUDIO OUT
DVI AUDIO INPUTS
1P34
1 DRX2+ 1E03
3 DRX2-
AV4-PR L1
1

4 PR
B06A B06C
2

DRX1+ PACIFIC 3: LVDS PACIFIC 3


6 DRX1-
AV4-PB R3
7 DRX0+ EXT 3 PB
9 DRX0- AV4-Y BYPASS BYPASS
18

G3
19

10 DRXC+ Y 9G13-9G15 9GE5-9GE7


HDMI 3 12 DRXC- 7E16
CONNECTOR 7E06
(Optional) MPEG4 or 3th HDMI
1P33 Y-CVBS-MON-OUT A3
1 CRX2+ SINGLE LVDS (50 Hz 768p) SINGLE LVDS (50 Hz 768p) SINGLE LVDS (50 Hz 768p)
3 CRX2-
B07A ANALOGUE I/O: SCART 1 & 2 B04Q PNX8541: FLASH
1

4 CRX1+
2

7E02
6 CRX1-
1 Y_CVBS-MON-OUT-SC 7HA0
7 CRX0+
14 NAND512W3A2CN6E
9 CRX0-
18

B04F CONTROL
19

10 CRXC+ 5 CVBS-TER-OUT
PCI
HDMI 2 12 CRXC- NAND
9,10,11 REGIMBEAU_CVBS-SWITCH
CONNECTOR B04A PCI XIO
PCI-AD<->NAND-AD FLASH
1P32 1E01 512Mx8
7E05
1 BRX2+ 19
B07D ANALOGUE I/O:
3 BRX2- BOLT-ON
1

9EA3
2

1
4 BRX1+ 15 SC1-R AV1-PR K2
6 BRX1-
7 SC1-B 9EA1 AV1-PB P5
7
7 BRX0+
9 BRX0- 11 11 SC1-G 9EA2 AV1-Y F2 B04G PNX 8541: DDR2
18
19

EXT 1
10 BRXC+
16
15
20 SC1-CVBS 9EA6 AV1-Y_CVBS H2 7HG0
HDMI 1 12 BRXC- B04G DDR2 EDE2516ACSE
CONNECTOR 20
21
8 AV1_STATUS
1P35 SCART1 B04A (0-12) DDR2
7E09
1 ARX2+
16
SDRAM
AV1_BLK 8Mx16x4
3 ARX2- B04A
DDR2-D(0-15)
1

4 ARX1+
2

6 1E02 7E04
ARX1- DDR
19 7HG1
7 ARX0+ EDE2516ACSE
9 ARX0- 7 AV3_PB R1
18

1
19

10 ARXC+ DDR2-A(0-12) DDR2


12 15 AV3-PR K3
ARXC-
HDMI SIDE 7
SDRAM
CONNECTOR 8 AV2-STATUS 8Mx16x4
11 B04A (16-31)
B08C DIGI I/O: HDMI MUX EXT 2
15 20 AV2-Y_CVBS J1
16
7E14
7P70 20
21 16 AV2-BLK
AD8197A-ASTZ B04A
SCART2
CRX2+ 74 62 DRX2+ 11 AV3-Y G1
CRX2- 73 61 DRX2-
CRX1+ 71 59 DRX1+
CRX1- 70 58 DRX1- B07C ANALOGUE I/O: SIDE AV
CRX0+ 68 HDMI 56 DRX0+ 1E11
CRX0- 67 SWITCH 55 DRX0-
CRXC+ 65 53 DRXC+ FRONT-Y_CVBS FRONT-Y_CVBS J2
CRXC- 64 52 DRXC- CVBS
BRX2+ 12 FRONT_C FRONT_C P2
1E14
BRX2- 11 1
3
BRX1+ 9
SVHS IN 5 B04H DIGITAL VIDEO
BRX1- 8 4 IN
2
BRX0+ 6
HDMI-DVI RX/RX2DTL
BRX0- 5 HOT-PLUG D10
B08B RECEIVER
BRXC+ 3 34 RXC+ A10 DETECTION
OP0
BRXC- 2 33 RXC- A9 MATRICING
ON0
ARX2+ 24 37 RX0+ B7
OP1
ARX2- 23 36 RX0- B6
ON1
ARX1+ 21 40 RX1+ A8
OP2
ARX1- 20 RX1- A7
ON2 39
ARX0+ 18 43 RX2+ B9
OP3
ARX0- 17 42 RX2- B8
ON3
ARXC+ 15 44 RESET-SYSTEM
ARXC- 14 B04E
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Block Diagram Audio


AUDIO
B03A MAIN TUNER B04 PNX8541 B04Q PNX8541: FLASH
7T57 7H00
1T04 TDA9898HL PNX8541E/M1
TD1716F/BHXP 1T75 7T56
3 4 IF-FILTP1 6 B04K ANALOGUE AV
IF1-A EF
8 33 CVBS4 J3
CVBS
MAIN HYBRID 5 IF-FILTN1 7
IF1-B
IF
TUNER

5T61
10 PROCESSING
11 1 6 IF-FILTN2 10 7HA0
IF-OUT2 IF2-B NAND512W3A2BN6E

IF-OUT1
10 2 7 IF-FILTP2 9
IF2-A OUT1-A
26 TDA-IF-IN-N 3T59
IF-N M1
PNX8541 B04F CONTROL
PCI
3T58
SAW 37M6
OUT1-B
27 TDA-IF-IN-P IF-P M2 NAND
3 TUN-AGC 47
RF-AGC TAGC
DIF-N
PCI XIO FLASH
8 4-MHz 46 PCI-AD <-> NAND-AD
XTAL_OUT FREF 512Mx8
DIF-P
+5V
9 36
TUN-AGC-MON 16 AGC-DIN
VTUN MPP-2

B03E STI7101: B03D STI7101: CONTROL B03B CHANNNEL DECODER DVBT-T B03C CHANNNEL DECODER DVB-C
FLASH 7A00 7T17
7A50 7TA4
M29W640FT70N6 STI7101BWC TDA10048HN TDA10023HT
7T18
B03E 43 58
AGC_TUN TDA-IF-AGC VIP
FLASH EMI-D(0-15) FLASH AGCT_CTL
42 9
AGC_TUN 57
AGC-COMP 32 VIM
EPROM EMI
DTV
B04G PNX 8541: DDR2
8Mx8 3 DTV
4Mx16 EMI-A(1-22) RECEIVERVI-P
4-MHz 7 2 RECEIVER
XIN VI-M
16
CLR 41 CLRB B04N VIDEO
Only for MPEG4 RESET-SYSTEM STREAMS

B03F STI7101: STI7101 DATA B04E DATA

DDR1 FE-DATA(0-7) 7HG0


7AA1 Only for DVB-C EDE2516ACSE
EDD2516AETA B09A DIGI I/O: PCMCIA INTERFACE & BUFFERS B04G DDR2
(0-12) DDR2
TSI0-ST-D(0-7)
DDR SDRAM
SDRAM 8Mx16x4
TSI1-ST-D(0-7) DDR2-D(0-15)
16Mx16 B03F
LMI-D(0-31) DDR1 7N09
P33 MPEG-TX2+ 1N00
B03G 74LVC245 DDR 7HG1
LMI P34 MPEG-TX2-
7AA2 AV-INTER EDE2516ACSE
FACE R33 MPEG-TX1+
EDD2516AETA
R34 MPEG-TX1- MDO(0-7) BUFFER CA-MDO(0-7)
AV DDR2-A(0-12) DDR2
T33 MPEG-TX0+ PCMCIA
DDR LMI-A(0-12) INTER 68P SDRAM
FACE T34 MPEG-TX0- 8Mx16x4
SDRAM U33 MPEG-TXC+ (16-31)
16Mx16 CA-MDI(0-7)
U34 MPEG-TXC- CONDITIONAL
ACCESS
Only for MPEG4 Only for MPEG4
B08B DIGI I/O: HDMI CONNECTORS + B07A ANALOGUE I/O: SCART 1 & 2 B04I AUDIO B04L AUDIO
DVI AUDIO INPUTS 1E01 7HM1
1P34 1 AP-SCART-OUT-R 3EA8 AUDIO-CL-R 7 5 ADAC(8) AJ8
1 DRX2+ 1
3 DRX2- 3 AP-SCART-OUT-L 3EA7 AUDIO-CL-L 1 3 ADAC(7) AK8
1

4
2

DRX1+ 7
EXT 1
6 DRX1-
11
B07D BOLT-ON
7 DRX0+
2 SC1-AUDIO-R 9HM1 AUDIO-IN1-R AK6
15
9 DRX0- 16
18

AIN1
B10A
19

10 DRXC+
6 SC1-AUDIO-L 9HM2 AUDIO-IN1-L
B04I PNX 8541: CLASS D
20 AJ6
HDMI 3 12 DRXC- 21
AUDIO
CONNECTOR B04L AUDIO
(Optional) MPEG4 or 3th HDMI SCART1 1E02
1P33
1 AP-SCART-OUT-R 7E01
1 CRX2+ 1 A-PLOP
A-PLOP B04M
3 CRX2-
3 AP-SCART-OUT-L
1

4 CRX1+ 7
2

6 CRX1- EXT 2 7D10


11
2 AUDIO-IN2-R AG5 TDA8932BTW/N2
7 CRX0+
16
15 AIN2 1D12
9 CRX0- Speaker L
18

6 AUDIO-IN2-L AF5 9HM1 27 1


19

10 CRXC+ 20
AJ13 ADAC(1) +AUDIO-L 2 OUT1
21 IN1P
HDMI 2 12 CRXC- SCART2 CLASS D 2
CONNECTOR DAC POWER
1P32 B07B ANALOGUE I/O: YPBPR_AUDIO OUT AMPLIFIER Speaker R
9HM2 3
1 BRX2+ AK12 ADAC(2) -AUDIO-R 14
1E03 IN2N
3 BRX2- DAC
AUDIO-IN3-L AH5 22 4
1
2

4 BRX1+ OUT2
AUDIO IN AIN3 7D11
6 BRX1- L+R AUDIO-IN3-R AJ5 7D12
7 BRX0+ 7D13 7D15
9 BRX0- AUDIO-MUTE 5 AUDIO-PROT DC
18

ENGAGE
19

B02A
10 BRXC+ I²C DETECTION
HDMI 1 12 BRXC- B04I AUDIO ADC DEMDEC
Main MEMORY
6D01
CONNECTOR 1E08 CONTROL DETECT1
7HM1 B04A
1P35 AUDIO-OUT-L 8 10 ADAC(5) AJ10 Main
1 AUDIO OUT Delayed
ARX2+
L+R AUDIO-OUT-R 14 12 ADAC(6) AK9
3 ARX2- DAC
7E10
1

4 ARX1+
2

6 ARX1- A-PLOP
A-PLOP
B04M
SPDIF DECODING, EPICS B04A PNX 8541: STANDBY CONTROLLER
7E03 MULTICHANNEL,
7 ARX0+ DIGITAL EF DOWNMIX AND SRC
SPDIF-OUT AJ15
9 ARX0- AUDIO
18

6H00
19

10 ARXC+ OUT W2 P2.4 AUDIO-MUTE-UP


B04A STANDBY
12 ARXC- CONTROLLER
HDMI SIDE
AUDIO-MUTE
CONNECTOR B07C ANALOGUE I/O: SIDE AV SPDIF OUT
B04B PNC8541: DEBUG
B08C DIGI I/O: HDMI MUX
1E11
DELAYED
6H03
V4 P0.6 AUDIO-RESET
AUDIO-IN5-L AJ4
7P70
AD8197A-ASTZ AUDIO IN AIN5
L+R
CRX2+ 74 62 DRX2+ AUDIO-IN5-R AK4 B04M PNX 8541: AUDIO B07C ANALOGUE I/O: SIDE AV
CRX2- 73 61 DRX2- 7HVA
CRX1+ 71 59 DRX1+
A-PLOP AUDIO-RESET
CRX1- 70 58 DRX1- B07A
CRX0+ 68 HDMI 56 DRX0+
B08B DIGI I/O: HDMI CONNECTORS + DVI AUDIO INPUTS B07B 7HV0
TPA6111A2DGN
CRX0- 67 SWITCH 55 DRX0-
1P6A
CRXC+ 65 53 DRXC+
2 AUDIO-IN4-L AK5
CRXC- 64 52 DRXC- AIN4 1E15
BRX2+ 12 AUDIO IN 5 1 AUDIO-HDPH-L-AP 2
3 AUDIO-IN4-R AH4 HEADPHONE
BRX2- 11 L+R
4 AMPLIFIER
BRX1+ 9 7 AUDIO-HDPH-R-AP 3
AH11 ADAC(3) 2
BRX1- 8 4 Headphone
BRX0+ 6 B04H DIGITAL VIDEO HP-DETECT Out 3.5mm
DAC B04A
IN
BRX0- 5 HOT-PLUG D10 AH10 ADAC(4) 6
B08D
BRXC+ 3 34 RXC+ A10
OP0 HDMI-DVI RX/RX2DTL
BRXC- 2 33 RXC- A9 RECEIVER
ON0
ARX2+ 24 37 RX0+ B7 DETECTION
OP1
ARX2- 23 36 RX0- B6 MATRICING
ON1
ARX1+ 21 40 RX1+ A8
OP2
ARX1- 20 RX1- A7
ON2 39
ARX0+ 18 43 RX2+ B9
OP3
ARX0- 17 42 RX2- B8
ON3
ARXC+ 15 44 RESET-SYSTEM
ARXC- 14 B04E
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Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals


CONTROL + CLOCK SIGNALS
B05A DUAL LVDS B02B DC/DC 2V5_1V B04G PNX 8541: DDR2 B04 PNX8541 B03B CHANNEL DECODER DVB-T B03A MAIN TUNER B03C CHANNEL DECODER DVB-C
7HG0 7H00 1T04 1T04
1M99 EDE2516ACSE TD1716F TD1716F
PNX8541E
5 LAMP-ON-OUT
B06B 7HG1 B04N VIDEO STREAMS IF MAIN
TO 6 BACKLIGHT-OUT EDE2516ACSE PROCESSING TUNER
B06B
POWER SUPPLY 7 B04G SDRAM
BACKLIGHT-BOOST 46 8
N.C. DDR DDR2-D(0-31) 4-MHz
7T17 7T17
SDRAM 1-2 DA10048HN DA10048HN
1M95 8Mx16x4
DDR2-A(0-12)
TO 2 C5 FE-CLK 19 FE-CLK 35
STANDBY
POWER SUPPLY B04A M8 DDR2-CLK_P N28 7
D5 FE-VALID 18 FE-VALID 36 1TA1
DTV DTV 2
7CG0 N8 DDR2-CLK_N N29 C4 FE-SOP 17 FE-SOP 34
RECEIVER RECEIVER
BU7988KVT 16M
DVB-T DVB-C 3
B05A CONTROL B09A DIGI I/O: PCMCIA INTERFACE & BUFFER
PCI-AD(0-31) PNX8541 41 16

1N00 RESET-SYSTEM
7N13 B04E
CA-DATADIR D22
LVDS 1
CA-DATAEN A22
TRANSMITTER FE-DATA(0-7)
PCMCIA-D(0-7) PCI-AD(24-31) Only for DVB-C
B04F PNX 8541: CONTROL_PCI B04Q PNX 8541: FLASH

COMMON INTERFACE
7N11 B04F CONTROL
7N12 7HA0
CA-ADDEN B22
NAND512W3A2CN6E
PCMCIA PCMCIA-A(0-14) PCI-AD(0-14) PCI-AD(24-31) --> NAND-AD(0-7)

A21 PCI-CLK-PNX8535 NAND


CA-MDI(0-7) FLASH
CONDITIONAL
ACCESS 7N09 (512Mx8)
B04E CONTROL B04E PNX 8541: CONTROL_MIPS 19
9 DV-FF_DE
B04O
PCI-CLK-OUT 3HF4 PCI-CLK-USB20
MDO(0-7) CA-MDO(0-7) AK26 B08A
17 VDISP 7HA1
B06B 68
10 DV-CLK AK17 B04O DIGITAL VIDEO 3HFH PCI-CLK-PNX5050
B05A WP-NANDFLASH-INV
OUT / LVDS
3HF2 PCI-CLK-PNX8535
B03F STI7101: B03D STI7101: CONTROL
DDR1 7A00
7AA1
STI7101BWC AJ26 RESET-SYSTEM B08C DIGI I/O: HDMI MUX
B03B B03C B04A
EDD2516AETA 7P70
B05A B08C
7AA2 AD8197A-ASTZ
EDD2516AETA TSI1-ST-D(0-7)
LMI-D(0-31)
TSI0-ST-D(0-7)
T2 CTRL1-MIPS_LCD-PWR-ON RESET-SYSEM 44
DDR STI7101 B04E HDMI
LMI-A(0-12)
SDRAM SWITCH
16Mx16
LMI-CLK U1
LMI-CLKnot U2 B03E STI7101: FLASH B08A DIGI I/O: USB CONNECTOR + CONTROLLER B04F PNX8535: CONTROL B04F CONTROL
LMI-CLKEN Y5 7P00
ISP1564HL

7A50 B04H DIGITAL B04C PNX 8541: NVM


M29W640FT70N6 D10 HOT-PLUG
VIDEO IN B08B
USB20-OC1 78 PCI PCI-AD(0-31)
7HC3
Only for MPEG4 EMI-D(0-15) USB-OC
FLASH USB20-OC2 87
HOST 75 B04B M24C64-WDW6P
7HC47
EPROM CONTROLLER
U4 RESET-NVM_WP-NANDFLASH (P0.1) 8

1P01

12M
7A10-3 EMI-A(1-22) 8Mx8 EEPROM
CPU-27MHZ C1 4Mx16 1P07
1 PCI-CLK-USB20 7
(8Kx8)
AH30 WP-FLASH-ST 1 B04E 74
1

2 USB20-1-DM 83 9 AC1 9H01


PCI-REQ-USB20 E22 SDM
3 2

7A12 3 USB20-1-DP 85 8 PCI-GNT-USB20 E20 9H02


4
4

RESET-USB20 5 SDM
27MHZ-3V3 E27
USB 2.0
CONNECTOR AE2 SPI-PROG 9H03
RESET-SYSTEM
27M SIDE B04E
Only for MPEG4 Only for MPEG4
9H08 B06B PACIFIC 3: DISPLAY
E KEYBOARD CONTROL B04D PNX 8541: MMISCELLANEOUS B04A STANDBY CONTROLLER B04A STANDBY CONTROLLER
INTERFACING
1N10 SPI-PROG
1N16 INTERRUPT 4 3H06
ON / OFF PSEN Y1 CTRL-DISP1
3H07 B05A
1N11 KEYBOARD 2 ALE Y2
CHANNEL + +3V3-STANDBY
3H08
1N12 +3V3-STANDBY 7HD0 EA AA4
CHANNEL - NCP303LSN
1N14 LG LIGHT GUIDE MODULE (OPTIONAL)
3HD3

VOLUME +
1N15 RST 1 RESET-STBY RESET-STBY-J AA3
VOLUME - 6001 3001 2 CTRL4-STBY_SELECT-PWM-ANA (P2.6)
IN Y4 BACKLIGHT-OUT
1N13 CEC-HDMI AB4 CONTROL B02B
MENU B04H
AG1
6002 3002 3 DETECT-1V2-2V5-3V3 AB2
1001

GND B04A 3H41

1H00
DETECT2 (P2.5) W1

27M
2

+12VD
7H02
DETECT1 AB2 M25P05-AVMN6P
J LED PANEL 1P11 B10A CLASS D B04A B10A
AG2
1P09
2

B07C HP-DETECT (P0.0) U5


KEYBOARD 2 AD1 SPI-CLK 6
RESET-SYTEM AC3 512K
B04E AE4 SPI-WP 3
+5V_SW TACT_SWITCH_INT 4 AV1-BLK (P2.2) W4 FLASH
B07A AE3 SPI-CSB 1
AV2-BLK AC2 AD4 SPI-SDO 5
B07A
AE1 SPI-SDI 2
1P10 1D10 AV1-STATUS AF2
B07A
9 9 AV2-STATUS AF1
B07A
LAMP-ON-OUT
7 7 KEYBOARD KEYBOARD AF4 B02B
3P11 6P11 7P11
+5V_SW V5 CTRL1-STBY_LAMP-ON (P0.5) VDISP
LED1 LED1 6 6 LED1 LED1 VDISP SWITCH B05 A
AD2
WHITE
3P10 6P10 7P10 STANDBY (P2.3)
W3 B02B B04B
+3V3STBY
LED2 LED2 4 4 LED2 LED2 AA1
RED REGIMBEAU_CVBS-SWITCH (P0.3)
U2
7P14 B04B B07A
3P16 3 3 RC 9H0D RC_uP
IR AA2 ENABLE-3V3 (P0.4)
+3V3STBY U1
IR +5V_SW B02A B02C B04B
+3V3STBY 5 5 +3V3-STANDBY U3 ENABLE-1V2 (P0.2)
RECEIVER B02A B02C B04B
7P13 UART-SWITCH (P0.7)
+5V_SW +5V_SW 8 8 V3
7P12 +5V B04B B04C

LIGHT_SENSOR 1 LIGHT-SENSOR LIGHT-SENSOR V4 AUDIO-RESET (P0.6)


1 AF3 B04M

W2 AUDIO-MUTE-UP (P2.4) AUDIO-MUTE


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SSB: Test Points (Top Side)


FAC1 E4
FH03 C5
IA2C F4
IC57 B2
IGBC A4
IGHH A3
IH06 B5
IHBT B5
IHBU B5
IHPF C5
IHR0 C5
IHR3 C5
IHR4 C5
IHR5 C5
IHR6 C5
IHRC C5
IHRF C5
INAZ E5
IP0P D2
IP3L E6
IP3T D8
IP4M E6
IP5K E6

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SSB: Test Points (Bottom Side)


F1 B1 F9 A1 I8 B1 F15 A4 F23 B1 F31 A2 F39 B1 F47 A2 F55 C1 F66 A4 F74 A1 F83 B1 F92 A1 I17 B2 I25 A5 I33 A4 I41 F7 I49 A3 I57 E8 I65 B1 I73 A3 I81 E7 I89 E8 I97 D8 FA10 E6 FA56 F5 FAM1 F5 FAM9 F4 FC13 A7 FC1E A5 FC47 B7 FD11 C8 FD20 D8 FD28 D7 FE18 B1 FE28 A1 FE36 A1 FE44 A4 FHC6 B6 FU12 E8 ID21 D8 IG94 A8 IHQY B4 IP3P D1 IU1D D7
F2 B1 I1 A8 I9 B7 F16 A4 F24 B1 F32 A2 F40 B2 F48 E8 F58 A3 F67 A4 F75 B1 F84 A1 I10 A7 I18 B2 I26 A4 I34 A5 I42 F8 I50 D7 I58 D8 I66 A1 I74 E8 I82 E7 I90 D7 I98 D7 FA11 E5 FA57 F5 FAM2 F5 FAMA F4 FC14 A7 FC1F A7 FC48 B7 FD12 D8 FD21 D7 FD29 C8 FE20 C1 FE29 A1 FE37 A1 FE45 A4 FHC7 B6 FU13 F8 ID22 D7 IG95 A8 IHR1 C4 IP3Q E1 IU1E D8
F3 B1 I2 A2 U1 D6 F17 A4 F25 B1 F33 A2 F41 B1 F49 F8 F59 B3 F68 A4 F76 B1 F85 B1 I11 A7 I19 A7 I27 A4 I35 A4 I43 A1 I51 D8 I59 B3 I67 B1 I75 E8 I83 E7 I91 D8 I99 E7 FA50 F5 FAA0 F7 FAM3 E4 FAMB F4 FC16 A7 FC41 B7 FCA2 B7 FD13 D8 FD22 C8 FD30 C7 FE21 C1 FE30 A1 FE38 A4 FE46 A4 FHC9 C6 FU14 F8 ID23 C7 IG97 A8 IHR8 D4 IP42 E2 IU1F D8
F4 B1 I3 B7 F10 A1 F18 A4 F26 B1 F34 A2 F42 B2 F50 B2 F60 B3 F69 A4 F77 A1 F86 B1 I12 A7 I20 A7 I28 A4 I36 A1 I44 F7 I52 B1 I60 A1 I68 B1 I76 E8 I84 E8 I92 E7 AH00 B4 FA51 F5 FAA1 F6 FAM4 E4 FAME F4 FC17 A5 FC42 A7 FCA3 A8 FD14 D8 FD23 C8 FE10 B1 FE22 B1 FE31 A1 FE39 A4 FE47 A4 FHD0 B5 FU15 E8 ID24 C8 IGA2 A5 IHRA C4 IP49 E3 IU1G D7
F5 B1 I4 B7 F11 B2 F19 A4 F27 A2 F35 A3 F43 D8 F51 B2 F62 A4 F70 A4 F78 A1 F87 C1 I13 A7 I21 F8 I29 A4 I37 F8 I45 F7 I53 D8 I61 A1 I69 B2 I77 E8 I85 E8 I93 E8 AT62 D2 FA52 F5 FAA2 E6 FAM5 F4 FAMJ E4 FC1A A5 FC43 A7 FCD1 A6 FD15 D8 FD24 C8 FE11 B1 FE23 B1 FE32 A1 FE40 A4 FE48 A3 FHD1 B5 FU16 F8 ID25 C8 IGA3 A5 IHRB C4 IP4B E3 IU1H D8
F6 A1 I5 A2 F12 B2 F20 A4 F28 A1 F36 A2 F44 B2 F52 B2 F63 A4 F71 A4 F79 A1 F88 C1 I14 B7 I22 A7 I30 A4 I38 F7 I46 F7 I54 A1 I62 B1 I70 B2 I78 E7 I86 E8 I94 D8 AT63 D2 FA53 F6 FAA3 E6 FAM6 F4 FC10 A5 FC1B A5 FC44 A7 FCD2 B6 FD16 D8 FD25 C8 FE12 B1 FE24 A1 FE33 B1 FE41 A4 FE49 B3 FHE1 C5 FU17 F8 ID26 D7 IGA4 A6 IHRE C4 IP4C E3 IU1K E7
F7 B1 I6 A2 F13 A4 F21 B1 F29 F8 F37 E7 F45 A2 F53 A3 F64 A4 F72 A1 F80 A1 F89 B1 I15 B7 I23 A7 I31 A4 I39 A1 I47 B3 I55 D7 I63 B1 I71 A1 I79 E7 I87 E7 I95 E7 AT64 C2 FA54 F5 FAC0 E5 FAM7 F4 FC11 A7 FC1C A7 FC45 A7 FCD3 B6 FD17 D8 FD26 C8 FE14 A1 FE25 B1 FE34 B1 FE42 A4 FE50 B3 FHE2 C5 FU18 E8 ID27 D7 IGA7 A5 IHS2 C4 IP4D E2 IU1M E7
F8 A1 I7 A2 F14 A1 F22 B1 F30 A1 F38 B2 F46 A2 F54 A3 F65 A4 F73 A1 F81 A1 F90 C1 I16 A7 I24 A1 I32 A4 I40 A1 I48 B3 I56 A3 I64 B1 I72 B3 I80 E8 I88 E7 I96 D8 AT65 C2 FA55 F5 FAM0 F5 FAM8 F4 FC12 A8 FC1D A5 FC46 A7 FD10 D8 FD19 D8 FD27 C7 FE17 C1 FE27 A4 FE35 A1 FE43 A4 FE51 A3 FHE3 C5 FU19 F8 ID28 C8 IGA8 A5 IHS3 C4 IP4H E2 IU1N E8
FE52 B3 FHG0 C7 FU1A E8 ID29 C7 IGA9 A7 IHS4 C4 IP4L E3 IU1P E8
FE53 A3 FHM0 B4 FU1B E8 ID30 C8 IGB1 A5 IHS5 C4 IP4P E4 IU1R D7
FE56 C1 FHM1 B4 FU1C E8 ID31 D7 IGB2 A5 IHS6 C4 IP4Q E3 IU1S D8
FE57 A3 FHM2 B5 FU1D E8 ID32 C7 IGB3 A5 IHSA C5 IP4U D1 IU1T D8
FE59 A3 FHM3 B5 FU1F D8 ID33 C7 IGB4 A5 IHSB D4 IP4Y D1 IU20 F8
FE60 B2 FHP2 B4 FU1G E7 ID34 C7 IGB5 A8 IHSC C4 IP5R D1 IU21 F7
FE61 B2 FHP3 A5 FU20 E8 ID35 C7 IGB6 A7 IHSD C5 IP5Z D1 IU22 F7
FE62 B2 FHP4 A5 FU21 E8 ID36 C7 IGB7 B8 IHSE C4 IP64 D1 IU23 F7
FE63 B3 FHP5 B4 FU22 E8 ID38 C7 IGB8 B8 IHSG C5 IP67 D2 IU24 F7
FE64 B2 FHPA A5 FU23 E8 ID39 C7 IGB9 A5 IHSH C4 IP70 E3 IU25 F8
FE65 B2 FHPB A5 FU27 F8 ID40 C8 IGBA A5 IHSK C4 IP7A D3 IU26 F8
FE66 A2 FHQE B4 FU28 E8 ID41 C7 IGBB A5 IHSL C4 IP7B D3 IU28 F7
FE67 A2 FHR1 C4 FU29 E7 ID42 C7 IGE0 A5 IHSM C5 IP7C E3 IU29 F7
FE68 B2 FHR2 C4 FU80 F7 ID43 C8 IGE2 A5 IHSN C4 IP7D D3 IU2A F7
FE69 A3 FHR3 C4 FU81 F7 ID44 C8 IGE8 A5 IHSP C4 IP7E D3 IU2C F8
FE70 B2 FHR4 C5 FU82 F7 ID45 C8 IGE9 A5 IHSS C4 IT01 D3 IU2D F8
FE71 B1 FHR5 C4 FU83 F8 ID46 C7 IGF5 A5 IHST C4 IT02 C2 IU2E F8
FE72 B2 FHR6 D4 FU84 F8 ID47 C8 IGH0 A5 IHV1 B5 IT03 C2 IU2F F8
FE73 B1 FHR7 C4 FU85 F7 ID48 C7 IGH7 A5 IHV2 B5 IT06 D3 IU2G F8
FE74 B2 FHR8 C4 FU86 F7 ID49 C8 IGH8 A5 IHV3 A5 IT07 C4 IU2H F8
FE75 B1 FHR9 C4 FU87 F7 ID50 C8 IGH9 A5 IHV4 B5 IT08 C2 IU2J F8
FE76 A2 FHRA C4 FU88 F7 ID51 C7 IGHA A5 IHV5 B5 IT09 D3 IU2M F7
FE77 A3 FHRB C4 FU89 F8 ID52 C8 IGHB A5 IHV6 A5 IT11 C2 IU2P F7
FE78 A2 FHRC C4 FU8A F8 ID53 C8 IGHC A5 IHV7 B5 IT12 D3 IU2R F7
FE79 A2 FHV3 B5 FU8B F8 IE00 B3 IGHD A5 IHV8 B5 IT13 D2 IU2T F8
FE80 A2 FHV4 A5 FU8C F7 IE01 A4 IGHE A5 IHV9 B5 IT14 D2 IU2V F7
FE81 A2 FHV5 A5 I100 E8 IE02 A4 IGHG A6 IHVA B5 IT15 C2 IU2Y F7
FE82 A1 FHV6 A5 I101 D8 IE03 A3 IH00 C4 IHVB B5 IT16 C3 IU2Z F8
FE83 A2 FN05 E2 I102 D8 IE04 A3 IH01 B4 IHVC B5 IT17 C3 IU34 D8
FE84 A1 FNA4 D4 I103 D8 IE05 B3 IH02 B4 IHVD B5 IT18 C3 IU35 D8
FE85 A2 FNA5 D3 I104 E8 IE06 A2 IH03 C4 IHVF B5 IT19 C2 IU36 F8
FE86 B1 FNA6 D4 I105 D8 IE07 A1 IH04 B4 IHVG A5 IT20 C2 IU37 E8
FE87 B1 FNA7 D3 I106 E8 IE09 A1 IH07 B5 IHVH A5 IT21 C2 IU38 E8
FE88 B1 FNA8 D4 I107 D8 IE15 A4 IH08 B4 IHW0 C5 IT22 C3 IU39 E8
FE89 B1 FNA9 D3 I108 D8 IE18 B1 IH09 C6 IHWA B5 IT23 C2 IU3B F8
FE90 B1 FNAA D4 I109 D8 IE20 B2 IH0Z B5 IHWB B5 IT24 C2 IU3C D8
FE91 B1 FNAB D4 I110 D8 IE21 B2 IH10 C6 IHY0 B5 IT25 C2 IU3D D8
FE92 A4 FNAC D4 IA10 E5 IE22 B1 IH11 C6 IHY1 C5 IT26 C2 IU3E D8
FE93 A4 FNAD D4 IA11 F6 IE23 B1 IH14 B5 IHY2 C5 IT27 B2 IU3F E8
FE94 A4 FNAE D4 IA16 E6 IE24 A4 IH16 B4 IHY3 C6 IT28 C2 IU3G D8
FE95 A4 FNAF E4 IA17 E6 IE25 A4 IH17 B4 IHY4 C5 IT31 C2 IU3H E8
FE96 A4 FP00 D6 IA18 D6 IE26 A3 IH18 B4 IHY5 C5 IT32 C2 IU3K D8
FE97 A4 FP07 D1 IA19 D6 IE29 B3 IH19 B4 IHY6 C5 IT33 C2 IU3M D8
FE98 A1 FP08 C1 IA20 E6 IE31 B3 IH26 B4 IHY7 C5 IT41 C2 IU3N D8
FE99 A4 FP09 C1 IA21 E6 IE33 A4 IH28 C5 IHY8 C5 IT42 C2 IU3P D8
FEA0 B2 FP0A D1 IA22 E6 IE34 A4 IH91 B5 IHYA D5 IT43 C2 IU3R D8
FEA1 B2 FP0B E3 IA23 F5 IE35 A4 IH9D B4 IHYB C5 IT45 C3 IU3S D8
FEA2 A1 FP0V D1 IA24 E5 IE38 A1 IH9E B4 IHYC C5 IT5A D1 IU3T D8
FEA3 A1 FP30 E3 IA25 F5 IE48 A1 IH9F C4 IHYD C6 IT70 C2 IU3U E8
FEA4 A1 FP31 E3 IA26 F5 IE51 A2 IH9G B4 IHYF C5 IT71 C2 IU3V E7
FEA5 A1 FP32 E3 IA27 F5 IE57 A4 IH9H B5 IM2N D6 IT73 C2 IU80 D8
FEA6 A1 FP33 E3 IA28 F5 IE58 B1 IH9K B5 IM2P D5 IT74 C2 IU81 F7
FEA7 A1 FP34 F3 IA29 E5 IE60 A1 IH9M C4 IM2Q F2 IT75 C2 IU82 F7
FEA8 B1 FP35 F3 IA2A F5 IE61 A1 IH9N C4 IN03 F2 IT76 C2 IU83 F7
FEA9 B1 FP3K E3 IA2B E5 IE62 A4 IH9P C4 IN10 E2 IT77 C2 IU84 F7
FEB0 B1 FP3R D1 IA50 F5 IE66 B1 IH9Q C4 IN11 F2 IT78 C2 IU85 F8
FEB1 B1 FP3S D1 IA53 F5 IE67 B1 IH9R C4 IN18 E2 IT79 D1 IU86 F7
FEB2 A1 FP3T D1 IAA0 E5 IE68 A4 IH9T B4 IN20 D6 IT7A D2 IU87 F7
FEB3 A1 FP3U D1 IAA1 E6 IE70 A1 IHAR D6 IN22 D6 IT7B D2 IU88 F7
FEB4 B1 FP3V D1 IAA2 E5 IE72 B1 IHAS D6 IN24 D4 IT81 D1 IU89 F7
FEB5 B1 FP3W D1 IAA3 E5 IE73 A1 IHAT C5 IN25 D4 IT82 C2 IU8A F7
FEB6 B1 FP41 E3 IAA4 F6 IE75 A4 IHAU D5 IN26 E2 IT83 C2 IU8B F8
FEB7 B1 FP42 E3 IAA5 E6 IE76 A5 IHB0 B4 IN27 E2 IT86 C2 IU8C F7
FG00 A7 FP46 E4 IAC2 E5 IE79 A4 IHB1 B4 IN28 E2 IT89 D2 IU8D F8
FG01 A6 FP47 E3 IAC3 E5 IE80 A4 IHBF B5 IN29 E2 IT90 C3 IU8E F7
FG02 A6 FP48 E3 IAC4 E5 IE81 A4 IHBG B5 IN2A E2 IT91 C3
FG03 A6 FP49 E3 IAC5 E5 IE82 A4 IHBH B4 IN2B E2 IT92 C2
FG04 A6 FP4A E3 IAC6 F4 IE84 A4 IHBJ B4 IN2C E2 IT93 C2
FG05 A6 FP4B E3 IAC7 E5 IE85 A4 IHBK B5 IN2D E2 IT94 C2
FG06 A6 FP4C F3 IAE1 F5 IE86 A4 IHBL C4 IN2E E2 IT95 C2
FG07 A6 FP4L E3 IAE2 F5 IE87 A4 IHBM C5 IN2F E2 IT96 C2
FG08 A6 FP4M E4 IAE3 E5 IE88 A5 IHBV B4 IN2G F2 IT97 C2
FG09 A6 FP4N E3 IAE4 E6 IE89 A1 IHBW B4 IN2H F2 ITA2 C3
FG10 A6 FP4P E3 IAE5 F6 IE90 A1 IHBY B4 IN2J F2 ITA3 C3
FG11 A6 FP4Q E4 IAE6 E5 IE91 A2 IHBZ B4 IN2K F2 ITA4 C3
FG12 A6 FP4S E3 IAE8 E6 IE92 A2 IHC1 B6 IN2L F2 ITA5 C3
FG13 A6 FP4T E4 IAE9 E5 IE93 A3 IHC2 B6 IN2M F2 ITA6 C3
FG14 A6 FP61 D2 IAEA E5 IE94 A3 IHC5 A5 INAF F3 ITA7 C3
FG15 A6 FP62 D2 IAM1 E4 IE96 A1 IHC6 D1 INAG F2 ITA8 D3
FG16 A6 FP63 D1 IAM2 F4 IE98 A1 IHC7 B6 INAK F3 ITA9 D4
FG17 A6 FP70 D3 IAM3 F4 IEA1 A2 IHD0 B5 INAM F3 ITAA C2
FG18 A6 FP71 E3 IC00 A7 IEA2 A2 IHF0 B6 INAN F3 ITAB D3
FG19 A6 FP72 E3 IC01 B7 IEA3 A2 IHF5 B6 INAP E4 ITAC C2
FG20 A6 FP73 D3 IC02 B7 IEA4 A2 IHF6 B5 INAQ E4 ITAD C2
FG21 A6 FT11 B2 IC03 B7 IEA5 A2 IHF7 C6 INAR E4 ITAE C2
FG22 A6 FT15 C2 IC04 B7 IEA6 A2 IHF8 C6 INAS D3 ITAF C2
FG23 A6 FT17 C2 IC05 A7 IEA7 A2 IHF9 B4 INAT E4 ITAG C2
FG24 A6 FT36 C4 IC06 A7 IEA8 B1 IHFA B5 INAU E4 IU00 D8
FG25 A7 FT37 C2 IC07 B7 IEB0 B2 IHFB B6 INAV E4 IU01 E8
FG26 A7 FT38 C2 IC08 A7 IEB1 B2 IHG0 B5 INAW E4 IU02 E7
FG50 A7 FT39 C2 IC43 B7 IEB2 B1 IHG1 B5 INAY E4 IU03 D7
FG51 A7 FT40 C3 IC44 B7 IEB3 B1 IHG5 A5 IP00 D7 IU04 D8
FG52 A7 FT41 C3 IC56 B7 IEB4 B1 IHG6 C6 IP01 D7 IU05 D8
FG53 A7 FT42 C3 ICA0 B7 IEB5 B1 IHK1 D5 IP02 D1 IU06 E7
FG54 A7 FT50 C2 ICA1 B7 IEB8 A1 IHK2 C5 IP04 D6 IU07 D8
FG55 A8 FT51 C2 ICA2 A7 IEB9 A4 IHK3 C5 IP05 D7 IU08 E8
FG56 A8 FT56 C2 ICA3 A8 IEBA B2 IHK4 C5 IP06 D6 IU09 E7
FG59 A5 FT57 C2 ICA4 A8 IEBB A2 IHKM C5 IP07 D6 IU0A D8
FG5A C8 FT58 D2 ICD1 A8 IEBC B1 IHM1 B6 IP08 D6 IU0B E7
FG5B C8 FT5B D1 ICDA B7 IEBD B1 IHM2 B6 IP09 D6 IU0C E8
FG5C C8 FT5C D1 ICDB A7 IEC0 B2 IHM3 B5 IP0A D6 IU0D E7
FGE0 A5 FT76 C2 ICDC A7 IEC1 B2 IHM6 C6 IP0B D7 IU0E E7
FGE1 A6 FTA1 C3 ICDD B6 IEC2 B2 IHM9 B6 IP0C D6 IU0F E8
FGE2 A6 FTA2 C2 ICDE B6 IEC3 B2 IHMG B6 IP0D D7 IU0G E8
FGE3 A5 FTA3 C4 ICDF B6 IEC4 A2 IHMV B4 IP0E D6 IU0H E8
FGE4 A5 FTA4 C3 ICG0 A7 IEC5 A2 IHMW B5 IP0F D6 IU0K E7
FGE5 A5 FTA5 C3 ICG1 A7 IEC7 A2 IHMY B4 IP0G D6 IU0M E7
FGE8 A5 FTA7 C4 ICG2 A7 IEC8 A2 IHMZ B5 IP0H D6 IU0N E7
FGE9 A5 FTA8 C4 ICG3 A7 IEC9 A2 IHN0 B6 IP0J D3 IU0P E8
FGF2 A5 FU00 E8 ICG4 B7 IECA A2 IHN3 B5 IP0K D7 IU0R E8
FGF3 A5 FU01 E8 ICG5 A7 IECB B1 IHN4 B5 IP0L D6 IU0S E8
FGG0 A5 FU02 E7 ICG6 A7 IG53 A8 IHN6 B4 IP0M D6 IU0T E7
FGG1 A5 FU03 E8 ICG7 A7 IG65 A7 IHN8 B5 IP0N D6 IU0U E8
FGG3 A5 FU04 E8 ICG8 A7 IG67 B8 IHNA B5 IP32 D2 IU0V E7
FGG4 A5 FU05 F8 ICG9 A7 IG70 B8 IHNB B5 IP33 E4 IU0W E7
FH00 C4 FU06 E8 ID10 C8 IG71 A8 IHND B5 IP3A E3 IU0Y D7
FH01 C4 FU07 E8 ID11 C8 IG72 A8 IHNE B5 IP3B E3 IU0Z D8
FH02 B5 FU08 E7 ID12 C7 IG73 A8 IHNF B6 IP3D D1 IU10 E7
FH04 A4 FU09 E7 ID13 C7 IG75 A7 IHNG B6 IP3E E3 IU11 E8
FH06 B6 FU0A E7 ID14 C7 IG77 A7 IHNH B5 IP3F E3 IU12 E7
FH07 C6 FU0B E7 ID15 C7 IG78 A7 IHNJ B6 IP3G E3 IU13 E7
FHC1 B6 FU0C E8 ID16 C7 IG79 A5 IHNK B5 IP3H E3 IU14 E7
FHC2 B6 FU0D D8 ID17 C8 IG89 A5 IHQ3 B4 IP3J E3 IU15 E8
FHC3 B4 FU0E E7 ID18 C7 IG90 A5 IHQC B4 IP3K E3 IU16 E8
FHC4 B4 FU10 E8 ID19 C8 IG92 A8 IHQD B5 IP3M D1 IU19 E7
H_17650_049.eps
3139 123 6341.1 070108
FHC5 B4 FU11 E8 ID20 C8 IG93 A8 IHQW B5 IP3N D1 IU1B E8
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms Q522.1E LB 6. 44

I2C IC Overview
I²C
B04E PNX8541: CONTROL_MIPS B08C DIGI I/O: HDMI MUX B08B DIGI I/O: HDMI CONNECTORS + DVI AUDIO INPUTS B03A MAIN TUNER B03B CHANNEL DECODER DVB-T B03C CHANNEL DECODER DVB-C B03D STI7101: CONTROL

7H00 +3V3-PER
PNX8541E

3HPM

3HPK
AJ27 SDA3 3HPJ SDA-SSB
I2C3-SDA
AJ28 SCL3 3HPH SCL-SSB
I2C3-SCL
AIN-5V BIN-5V CIN-5V DIN-5V

3TB8

3TB7

3A45

3A44
3T57

3T56

3T26

3T28
3P79

3P76
ERR B03F STI7101:
03 DDR1
50 49 23 24 34 35 18 17 AJ31 AJ30

3P3D
3P3V

3P46

3P4P
3PRT

3P3B

3P4Q
3P44
1P35
3P3Z 16 7AA1
B04H 7P70 98 PARX-DDC-SDA ARX-DDC-SDA 7T57 7T17 7TA4 7A00
PNX8541: DIGITAL VIDEO IN HDMI TDA9898HL TDA10048HN TDA10023HT EDD2516A STI7101BWC
B04H AD8197A
99 PARX-DDC-SCL 3P3Y
ARX-DDC-SCL 15 SIDE
HDMI
HDMI IF CHANNEL CHANNEL 7AA2 LMI-D DIGITAL
E10 DDC-SDA 89 1P32
DDC-SDA MUX PROCESSING RECEIVER RECEIVER EDD2516A INTERFACE
93 PBRX-DDC-SDA 3P4C BRX-DDC-SDA 16
C9 DDC-SCL 90
DDC-SCL PBRX-DDC-SCL 3P48 BRX-DDC-SCL 15 HDMI 1
94 DDR LMI-A

1
2
ERR ERR ERR
23 BACK 26 37 SDRAM
1P33 16Mx16
85 PCRX-DDC-SDA 3P3G CRX-DDC-SDA 16
HDMI 2

18
19
PCRX-DDC-SCL 3P3F CRX-DDC-SCL 15
86 BACK
PNX8541
4x HDMI Only for DVB-C
1P34*
ERR ERR 3P4M CONNECTOR B03E STI7101:
05 53 80 PDRX-DDC-SDA DRX-DDC-SDA 16
PNX8541: FLASH FLASH
B04Q 3P4L
HDMI 3 7A50
81 PDRX-DDC-SCL DRX-DDC-SCL 15 BACK M29W640FT70N6
7HA0

3P4W
4P4S
3P3C
3P3A
3P3U
3P3S

3P43

3P40
B04F NAND512W3A FLASH EMI-D(0-15)
PCI XIO EPROM
5 6 5 6 5 6 5 6
NAND 8Mx8
7P36 7P44 7P31 7P38 4Mx16
PCI-AD<>NAND-AD FLASH EMI-A(1-22)
M24C02 M24C02 M24C02 M24C02
(512x8)
EEPROM EEPROM *3th HDMI CONNECTOR IS OPTIONAL Only for MPEG4
EEPROM EEPROM
(3th HDMI or MPEG4)

+3V3-PER B06B PACIFIC 3: DISPLAY-INTERFACING B06A PACIFIC 3: LVDS


B04G PNX8541: DDR2
7HG0 7HP5
B04G

3HPX
3HPY
EDE2516ACSE PCA9540BDP 1G50
DDR SDA-SSB-MUX1 CG01 SDA-I2C4-DISP 3G52 1
4 LVDS
7HG1
DDR2-D CONNECTOR
EDE2516ACSE SCL-SSB-MUX1 CG02 SCL-I2C4-DISP 3G53 2
5 TO DISPLAY
2 CHANNEL
DDR2 I2C
DDR2-A SDRAM MULTIPLEXER ERR
11
8Mx16x4 2
+3V3-PER
B03A MAIN TUNER
ERR
1 24

3HPZ
3HPC
7 SDA-SSB-MUX2 9T62

SCL-SSB-MUX2 9T65
AH27 3HPE 8
SDA1 SDA-UP-MIPS
I2C1SDA

3T36

3T35
AK27 SCL1 3HPD SCL-UP-MIPS ERR
I2C1-SCL 12
7 6

AK28 SDA2 3HPG SDA-UP-MIPS B05A PNX5050: CONTROL B05C PNX5050: VIDEO
I2C2-SDA 1T04
AK29 3HPF TD1716F/BHXP
SCL2 SCL-UP-MIPS
I2C2-SCL SDA-SSB SDA-PNX5050
MAIN
PNX8541: STANDBY CONTROLLER SCL-SSB SCL-PNX5050 TUNER
B04A B04A

3C50-3

3C50-1
+3V3-STANDBY PNX5050: DDR1
B05B ERR
34
B04C PNX8541: NVM C8 D8
3H02
3H03

7CA0
3H38-2 7C00 EDD1216AJTA
SDA-UP-MIPS
I2C uP-SDA AH3 PNX5050EH/M1
3H38-1 7CA1
I2C uP-SCL AG4 SCL-UP-MIPS MM_DATA EDD1216AJTA
PNX5050
7H02
M25P05 DDR
5 6 MM_A SDRAM
ERR
22 16Mx16
STANDBY 512K 7HC3
CONTROL FLASH M24C64

EEPROM
(MAIN NVM)
7HC4
U4 P0.1 RESET-NVM_WP-NANDFLASH 8 B07D ANALOG I/O: BOLT-ON

7HC1
V3 P0.7 UART-SWITCH
+3V3-STANDBY 7HC0
74HC4066PW
3H60

RXD
3H58

5
AB1 RXD-UP 2 1E50
TXD 7E17 3
AC5 TXD-UP 4 ST3232C
9
2 UART
1 RXD FOR
9
R2-OUT 1 FACTORY
8 TXD 10 USE ONLY
T2-IN
11
RS232
E27 RXD-MIPS 3 INTERFACE
RXD
D28 TXD-MIPS 10
TXD
1E06
3J11
R2-IN 8 3
B04O UART
B04O PNX8541: DIGITAL VIDEO OUT / LVDS 3J12
7 2 SERVICE
VID_OUT T2-OUT CONNECTOR
TTL
AF15 9HWH DV-B0_UART2-RX 12 R1-OUT
B0_UART
AK16 9HWG DV-B1_UART2-TX 11
B1_UART T1-IN

UART
LEVEL ADAPTER

I_17970_002.eps
020608
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overview, and Waveforms Q522.1E LB 6. 45

Supply Lines Overview


SUPPLY LINES OVERVIEW
A SUPPLY
A B02B DC / DC 2V5_1V B02C DC/DC 5V_1V4 B03I STI701: DEBUG B04P PNX8541: POWER B08B DIGI I/O: HDMI CONNECTORS +
DVI AUDIO INPUTS
+3V3 +3V3 +1V2-PNX8541 +1V2-PNX8541
+12VF +12VF B02a
CN7 1M99 B02a
1U02 5U51 +12VD B02a +3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY 1P35
1 1 HDMI
12V 9U82 +12VFF B02b 18 AIN-5V
B04a,B06b, +1V2-STANDBY +1V2-STANDBY CONNECTOR
T3A B07b B04A PNX8541: STANDBY CONTROLLER

6P64
3U3T
2 2 B02a
12V 7U0L 7U0H-1 1P32
12V/5V +1V2-PNX8541 +1V2-PNX8541 +3V3 +3V3 HDMI BIN-5V
NCP5422 B02a 18
15 CONVERSION B02a CONNECTOR
3 3 1 +1V4-PNX5050 5HYA
+1V4-PNX5050 +3V3-PER

6P65
SGND1 5U05 +5V B02c 1P33
4 4 Dual B02a HDMI CIN-5V
7U0H-2 5HK3 RREF-PNX8535 18
SGND1 Out-of-Phase B03a, +3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY CONNECTOR
B02b
Synchronous B04a,l,B06b, B02c

6P63
5 5 LAMP-ON-OUT 2 +3V3
BL-ON B04A Buck Controller B07a,d,B08a, +3V3 5HY1 VDDA-LVDS 1P34*
B02a HDMI DIN-5V
B09a,B10a 18
MAIN 6 6 BACKLIGHT-OUT +2V5 +2V5
CONNECTOR

6P66
BL-DIM B06B B02b
VDDA-AUDIO VDDA-AUDIO
+12VD +5V-CON
POWER SUPPLY 7U0D-1
B02b
+5V
+12VD B02l
5HY4 VDDA-DAC
+3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY
B08c
7 7 BACKLIGHT-BOOST B02c +5V B02b
BOOST N.C. 12V/1V4 5HY7 AUDIO-ADC
16 CONVERSION *(Optional)
8 8 7U0D-2 5U04 +1V4-PNX5050
SGND1
15
B04a,B05d B04B PNX8541: DEBUG
B04Q PNX8541: FLASH B06a
B02b
+3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY B08C DIGI I/O: HDMI MUX
CN6 1M95 SENCE+1V4-PNX5050 SENCE+1V4-PNX5050 +3V3
B05d +3V3 B05a
1 1 +3V3-STANDBY
3.3VSB B04b,d,m, B02a
5HA0 +3V3-NAND +3V3 +3V3
B08b,B10a
7U0N
7U0M +1V2-STANDBY B04C PNX8541: NVM
B02a 5P74 +3V3-DIG
VOLT. B02c
REG. +3V3-EXT +3V3-EXT 5P75 +3V3-ANA
B03A MAIN TUNER
B07d B05A DUAL LVDS
+3V3-PER +3V3-PER
+5V-CON +5V-CON
2 2 STANDBY +5V +5V B04P +3V3 +3V3
PSON B04A B02c +3V3 +3V3
5T63 B02a B02a 5P76 +5V-MUX
3 3 +5V-TUN
B03b +3V3-D +3V3-D
B05d
SGND1 5T53
4 4 V1
+2V5-REF +2V5-REF
SGND1 B02b
5 5
B04D PNX8541: MISCELANEOUS
+12VD +12VD
SGND1
+3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY
B02b B09A DIGI IO: PCMCIA INTERFACE & BUFFER
1U01 5U52 +12V
B03B CHANNEL DECODER DVB-T B02b
6 6 B04g
12V +3V3 +3V3
7U0R B02a +3V3 +3V3
7 7 T3A +2V5-REF
VOLT. B02a
12V
REG. B05d 5T08 +3V3DVB B06A PACIFIC 3: LVDS 5N01 +3V3_BUF
8 8 B04E PNX8541: CONTROL_MIPS B05b
12V VDISP VDISP
+1V2-PNX8541 +1V2-PNX8541 B06b 1G50 +5V +5V
3U60 +VCC-LM B02a +1V2-PNX8541 +1V2-PNX8541 41
5T09 +1V2DVB B02a 3N09 PCMCIA-VCC-VPP
+3V3-PER +3V3-PER +T
+5V-TUN +5V-TUN
B03a B04P
9 9 +AUDIO-POWER B06B PACIFIC 3: DISPLAY-INTERFACING
12VA
B04i,B10a B09B DIGI I/O: ETHERNET
10 10
SGND2 B03C CHANNEL DECODER DVB-C B04F PNX8541: CONTROL_PCI
11 11 -AUDIO-POWER +12VD +12VD +3V3 +3V3
-12VA B02a
B04i,B10a +3V3 +3V3-PER +3V3-PER B02b
+3V3 5NA1 +3V3AN
B02a B04P +8V2-PAS
7TA1
+1V8DVB 5NA2 +3V3DN
IN OUT 7G54 5G55 VDISP
COM B04P
+12VF +12VF
B02a 7TA2 +3V3-10023 B04G PNX8541: DDR2
3U42 5U08 6U0B +33VTUN
7TA3 +3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY
7U0P +1V8DVB +3V3F +3V3F B02b
B02a +3V3 +3V3
B02a
B10A CLASS D
VSW +1V8-PNX8541 +1V8-PNX8541 +5V +5V
B05d +3V3 +3V3
(RESERVED) 3HJ1 B02c B02a
DDR2-VREF-CTRL
B03D STI701: CONTROL
3HJ3 B02b +AUDIO-POWER +AUDIO-POWER
+3V3F +3V3F DDR2-VREF-DDR
+2V5 +2V5 5D14 3D19 VDDA
B02a
7U71 +2V5 B02b
5A10 V_LVC04
B06C PACIFIC 3 (12V2)
B03d,f,h,B04a 5D11 VDD
+3V3 +3V3 +3V3 (12V2)
+3V3
7U70-1 B02a -AUDIO-POWER -AUDIO-POWER
+2V5-REF
B02a B04H PNX8541: DIGITAL VIDEO IN 5GE2 +3V3-P3 B02b
5D15 3D15 VSSA
+1V2-PNX8541 +1V2-PNX8541 7GE3 (-12V2)
RREF-PNX8535 RREF-PNX8535 +2V5-PF
B02a B04P IN OUT 5D10 VSS
7U72 +1V (-12V2)
COM
B03h
B03E STI701: FLASH 5GE0 +2V5-P3
+3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY
7U70-2 +3V3 +3V3
B04I PNX8541: AUDIO
5GE1 +2V5-PLL
B02b
7GE5 +5V +5V
+2V5-REF B02a B02c
+AUDIO-POWER +AUDIO-POWER +1V5 1D10
B02b IN OUT
COM
5D16 5
5HM0 AUDIO-VDD 5GE3 +1V5-P3 TO 1G50
B03F STI701: DDR1
-AUDIO-POWER -AUDIO-POWER 5GE4 +1V5-PLL 8 B06A
SSB
B02A DC/DC 3V3_1V2 B02b
+2V5 +2V5 5HM1 AUDIO-VEE 5GE5 +1V5-TX
B02b
5AA0 +2V5-LMI 5GE6 +1V5-RX
+12V +12V B03h
B02b
3AAN LMI-VREF
5U02 +12VF
B02b,c
B04K PNX8541: ANALOGUE AV
3AAA LMI-VREF-ST
3U70

+3V3-PER +3V3-PER
7UA0 7U08 12V/3V3
3AAR LMI-VREF2-ST B04P
NCP5422 14]0 B03b,c,d,e,h,i,
1
COVERTER
B04a,c,l,m,p,q,
B07A ANALOGUE I/O: SCART 1 & 2
5U01 +3V3
B05a,c,d,B06b,c,
Dual
7U02 B07a,d,B08a,c,
B04L PNX8541: AUDIO B02a
+3V3 +3V3
Out-of-Phase 5U03 +3V3F
Synchronous
2
B09a,b,B10a B03G STI701: AV-INTERFACE
B02c
+5V +5V
B02c
+5V +5V
Buck Controller 7HQ0
+3V3TMDS +3V3TMDS
7U28 +1V8 B03h VDDA-AUDIO
IN OUT
COM
7U27
1V8 B02a +3V3 +3V3 B07B ANALOGUE I/O: YPBPR AUDIO OUT
7U05 STAB.
B03H STI701: POWER B04c,e,f,k,n +3V3 +3V3
12V/1V2
16 COVERTER +1V +1V B04h +12VD +12VD
B02b
7U06 5U00 +1V2-PNX8541 B02b,B03b, 5AE8 +1VTMDS
B04a,e,p
B04M PNX8541: AUDIO B04o
15 SENCE+1V
B02b +3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY
B07D ANALOGUE I/O: BOLT-ON
+2V5 +2V5 +3V3 +3V3
B02b B02a +3V3 +3V3
5AE4 VDDE-2V5 B02a

1V2-STANDBY 1V2-STANDBY +5V +5V


B02b 5AE7 +2V5-CLKGENA B02c
+3V3 1E50
+3V3 3V3-EXT
B02a FACTORY 4
5AE2 +3V3TMDS
B04N PNX8541: VIDEO STREAMS
USE ONLY B04c
B03g
5AE0 VDDE-3V3 +3V3-PER +3V3-PER
B04P
2V5-LMI 2V5-LMI
B03f B08A DIGI I/O: USB CONNECTOR + CONTROLLER
B02a +3V3 +3V3
B04O PNX8541: DIGITAL VIDEO OUT / LVDS
+5V +5V
B02c
VDDA-LVDS VDDA-LVDS
B04P

I_17970_006.eps
020608
L

B+
CN1: 2
R607 20K

VCC_ ON
CY2 CY1
C604 1kp R623

F1:1
1k PC601:2 1/2 * *

R801A

10
PC123

T5AH/250V

1M/ 1206

R601
R616 10K Z1
TVR14D681

4.7M
R33

R801B

B+
1M/ 1206
R608 3.24K R604 R603 R602

L1

NTC1
402K/1206 402K/1206 402K/1206

SCK2R512

R801C
R32
4.7M

1M/ 1206
C602 1kp

CR-18-LP3009B
R609 100

FL1:1

D601
C603 1kp

LF-R18-LP4010E
C804
R629 * 0.1u *

BAS316 402
L1 N1

C610

R624
C613 * R806 R6 R5

CY3
18.7K 1M 1M
13B
Display Supply (32"): Part 1

C805
ZD1

CT601:1 8.06K 0.1u CX1


100:1 1/2 R606 470n/275V AC

VCC_ON
470p/ 250VAC
C807
C1 1u/0805

R610 2K
D1

1kp R807 C806 CY4


15K 0.47u
RL1
BAS316

C606 1Kp 470p/250V AC


835-1A-B-C

R627 100 C813 R804


R2

SCR601

511
P0102BL 1.5Kp 1M/0805 GT2

R625
FL2:1

C611 1Kp
GT1

R803
DSP-201M
R4

R611
LF-R22-LP3003-
8

15K
DSP-201M

C810
100p
C605 R815
1M/ 0805 1M/ 0805
R7

2.2u
75/ 1206 75/ 1206 75/ 1206

1u/450V

IC801
R612
BD1

C801

R605
51.1K
1.5M

NCP1606B
D3SB60
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

D4
BAV70

R613

100
L2

3.01K * 0.47u/450V

R810
C814
C802
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

C607
VCC_ON

C809 R814
1u
CR-18-LP3009B

0.1u 10 0.47u/450V
C812
A1 MAIN POWER SUPPLY (32"): PART 1

22
R614
VCC_SW

R808

19.6K

IC601
R809

DDA001B
100k/0805 L1 N1
L801:1
PQ3220
CX3
100n/ 275VAC

D801

D3
1N5406

100
R811
BAS316

C612
0.1u
D802

R812
3.5x6
Q522.1E LB

FB801
F2

MUR460

10K
NTC2

C608
R615

0.47u/0805
100K
T1AL/250V

R813
0.068/3W Q801
SPA15N60C3

3.5x6
FB803
D605
C811 C808
FL4:1

220p/1k V

CY5
120u/450V
SCK10083 HFV-CE5085

D911
7.

R901

STTH1R06A
B++ 1K/2 W

R626 22

1.5n/ 250VAC
D910

3.5x6
FB802
22
1N4007

J901

22
C609
R902
1N4007 1K/3 W

R618

R621
0.47u B++

C902 0.22u
R914

BD2

TVR10681
VCC_ON

Z2
46

S1NB80

100
100

D604

R620
1kp
D603

R617 C904

BAS316
C922
R634

BAS316

1u/0805
R915

0.1 FUSIBLE

R622 R619
10K 10K ZD906 20A C910
0.1u
Q603 33u/450V
3
4

C919
R910

Q602 1/2 ZD905


D901 4401

CT601:2
BAS316 Q901
PC123

STP10NK60ZFP STP10NK60ZFP
PC902:2

7.5C
2M/ 1206 2M/ 1206 2M/ 1206

1/2 100:1
220p 220p
330p/1KV C626 C625 4401 C917 C923
330p/1KV ZD900 Q904
200K/1W R628 B+ 20A
C601 R911
VCC_SW

0.022u/630V 2K/0805
0.1u/6300V 0.01u
D906

C615
C905
7
1SS355 TE-1

22.1

402
IC901
R929

R927
R926
ICE3BS02

40.2K 0.22u
MH-DP6091A

C913
1 FUSIBLE

R909 C901 1u
R922 40.2K R930
VCC- S
1M

1K
R920

BAS316 D904
CR240A
1
100
D908

402K
R931

T601:17STPS10H100CFP
R923
VCC- S

BAS316

R919
ZD901 10K
R924
10D FQPF3N80C
CR240B 2.2/1W Q905 3.5X6
STPS10H
100CFP R903
1M

FB902
3
4

C912 0.01u
4403
Q900

C921
R921

D121A
D120A

SB560
SB560

0.1u/450V
A

2N7002
CR120
R905
5.11K

PC901:2 1M
C240A 1/2 PC123 150P/1KV Q906
R906 R928
470u/35V 10K C916
BYV26E
STPS10L60CFP B

D121B D120B D909


SB560 SB560
C122 C240B C900
1000u/16V 470u/35V 0.1u Q902
L240

0.1u ZD908
VCC- S

4401
CB-3.0-01

C121A C120A C914 P6KE300A


L120

680u/25V 680u/25V C903


CB-3.0-01

C243 47u/63V
1/ 1206

220u/35V
R918

R120A
3k/1206 ZD902 C915
20A
L122
L121

C245 0.1u
0.1u
CB-3.0-01
CB-3.0-01

R120B
L241
D903

3k/1206 C920
C911
EGP10D

CB-3.0-01

47u/63V *
C121B C120B
330u/25V 330uF 25V M R120C C241 Q903
3k/1206 470u/35V
R916 D905

2N7002
C211 C210
5.1/ 1206 EGP10D

0.1u 0.1u R120D


T901:1

3k/1206 C244
0.1u
R122A R121A R120E
3k/1206 3k/1206 3k/1206 C242
2
1
*

0.1u C908
AH-DP5073 R925

36.5x6
FB240
FB241
36.5x6

R122B R121B R120F 2.2u 1/2PC902:1


3k/1206
D902

3k/1206 3k/1206 R240A PC123


SB360

7.5K/1206 1N5917B
ZD951
*

R122C R121C C123


C918

3k/1206 3k/1206 470u/16V R240B R908


SGND2

7.5K/1206 2K
R122D C124
R121D
IC951

3k/1206 0.1u R240C


3k/1206 C108 C952
7.5K/1206
0.1u 2200u/6. 3V
C126
APL431-1.25V
10K
R907

0.1u
0.1u
C907

R240D
F124

7.5K/1206 R102
402

T 5A 125V

1K
R904
L951

R240E
CB-3.0-01

7.5K/1206
F123
T 5A 125V
C909

3.5x6
0.47u

C107
FB123

R240F
3.5x6

0.1u C953
3.5x6

FB121
FB120

7.5K/1206 680u/10V
3.5x6

R101
FB122

R240G C906
7.5K/1206 1K
-12VA

0.1u
SGND2
3.5x6

SGND3
FB901

R240H R913 R912


7.5K/1206 1K 1.69K
12VA
12V
24VI
A1

12VB
24VA
3.3VSB

090408
H_16750_064.eps
SGND3
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Q522.1E LB 7. 47

Display Supply (32"): Part 2

A2 MAIN POWER SUPPLY (32"): PART 2 A2

B A 3.3VSB PSON

5.11K
C308

100K
R322

R323
0.1u
B

ZD303

ZD304
30D
13B
5.11K
R307
R305
2K
1

R316

R317
1K
PC601:1
PC123 1/ 2

1K
ZD602
Q303

3.3B

3.83K
4403

R303
2
C505
1u
3.3VSW 3.3VSB

C302
0.22u

200/0805
BAV70

R319
D304

100/1206

100/1206
R321B

R321D
R321C
R321A
R325
R512

R511

1K
100

*
5.11K
1K

R306

BAS316
0.01u

D302
C303
BAS316

2N5064
BAS316

Q302
D607
D608

2K

APL431-2.5V
R304

IC301

C304
0.47u

4401
Q907
1

PC123 1/ 2
PC901:1
C307

C617
R318

R320
R302

2K

1K
1u
1K

R324
10K
2

CN2 CN3 CN4 CN5A CN6 CN7


24VI 24VI 24VA 12VB 3.3VSB 12V
0.1u PSON C218 C216
C206 0.1u 0.1u
C105
0.1u

0.1u
C214
0.1u 0.1u BL_ON_OFF
C204 C205
SGND3 SGND3 SGND3 12V DIM
CN5
BOOST
12VB
0.1u ANALOG_PWM
0.1u
C207 12VA
C215
SGND2
C217
BOOST NC -12VA
0.1u
BL_ON_OFF NC
DIM
ANALOG_PWM

H_16750_065.eps
090408
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Q522.1E LB 7. 48

Layout Display Supply Panel (32") (Top Side)

H_17650_066.eps
100108
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Q522.1E LB 7. 49

Layout Display Supply Panel (32") (Bottom Side)

H_17650_067.eps
100108
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Q522.1E LB 7. 50

SSB: DC / DC
2U00 D5 2U07 D9 2U0E G2 2U0N A2 2U0W A5 2U14 A11 3U03 B8 3U0A F9 3U0H C4 3U0S B3 3U10 E11 3U17 D6 3U1E D7 3U1N B5 3U70 A4 3U77 B1 6U02 B3 7U02 B6 7U07-2 E10 FU00 B8 FU07 B4 FU0E D12 IU06 A4 IU0D D5 IU0N B7 IU0W C4 IU14 B3 IU1F D11 IU1R C2
2U01 E7 2U08 E8 2U0F A5 2U0P G9 2U0Y A11 2U15 B13 3U04 C8 3U0B D3 3U0J B8 3U0T A3 3U11 E11 3U18 E2 3U1F E7 3U1P C6 3U71 B5 5U00 D8 6U03 F7 7U03 E7 7U08 A5 FU01 C10 FU08 B3 IU00 E7 IU07 E8 IU0E D5 IU0P B5 IU0Y D3 IU15 E11 IU1G F14 IU1S D6
2U02 E6 2U09 D8 2U0G B4 2U0R D9 2U0Z B9 2U16 D12 3U05 C5 3U0C D3 3U0K D8 3U0U A3 3U12 D11 3U19 E4 3U1G B3 3U1R B6 3U72 B5 5U01 B8 6U04 E5 7U04-1 D4 7U09 C3 FU02 G12 FU09 D6 IU01 B8 IU08 B8 IU0F C5 IU0R A6 IU0Z E5 IU16 E4 IU1H D4 IU1T A12
2U03 B8 2U0A C4 2U0H B8 2U0S C3 2U10 D12 2U17 D13 3U06 C6 3U0D D2 3U0M C6 3U0V B2 3U13 D11 3U1A D4 3U1H B3 3U1S B5 3U73 B6 5U02 A11 7U00-1 B3 7U04-2 C2 7U0A B4 FU03 E4 FU0A D7 IU02 C8 IU09 A3 IU0G B5 IU0S C4 IU10 D2 IU19 G3 IU1K C6
2U04 C6 2U0B G2 2U0J E8 2U0T D9 2U11 D13 3U00 D5 3U07 D8 3U0E D1 3U0N B5 3U0W B2 3U14 C6 3U1B E5 3U1J F14 3U1T B6 3U74 D8 5U03 D12 7U00-2 A2 7U05 B7 9U01 D3 FU04 C6 FU0B D9 IU03 E7 IU0A D11 IU0H C5 IU0T C4 IU11 B2 IU1B C8 IU1M C6
2U05 B8 2U0C C2 2U0K E8 2U0U D9 2U12 C8 3U01 D6 3U08 E8 3U0F G1 3U0P B5 3U0Y E10 3U15 C7 3U1C G9 3U1K E7 3U1U D4 3U75 E9 6U00 D6 7U01-1 E3 7U06 C6 9U02 B5 FU05 A7 FU0C D11 IU04 D8 IU0B G9 IU0K C6 IU0U C4 IU12 A2 IU1D E9 IU1N C6
2U06 B9 2U0D G2 2U0M B7 2U0V D9 2U13 B6 3U02 E7 3U09 F8 3U0G G1 3U0R B6 3U0Z D11 3U16 D7 3U1D F11 3U1M B8 3U1V D2 3U76 D9 6U01 E7 7U01-2 E4 7U07-1 D11 9U03 B6 FU06 E10 FU0D E7 IU05 E8 IU0C E2 IU0M C6 IU0V C4 IU13 B3 IU1E E8 IU1P A5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

B02A DC / DC 3V3 1V2 B02A


+12VF
5U02 IU1T +12V

A FU05 10u
A

RES 3U0T

2U0W
2U0N

2U0Y
RES 2U0F
3U70

RES 2U14
100n

10R
22K

22u

22u

22u

22u
7U08

4 5 6 7 8
3U0U IU06 IU1P
BC847BPN 4 SI4800BDY
7U00-2 5
IU09 22K
1 2 3 12V/3V3 CONVERSION
IU12 6U02 RES 3U71 IU0R 2U13

2U0G
3 VSW

1u0
IU13

3U0N 22R
BAS316 10R 3n3
RES 5U01 +3V3
FU00

3U1N
3U0V

3U1S 10R

22R
10K

IU14 3U0S FU08


6 SUPPLY-FAUL T 9U02
5 6 7 8 10u
AUDIO-PROT 3U77 IU11 0V 100R 3V3 GND-SIG IU0P

3U1M

2U0Z
3U03

2U05

2U06
3U0J
2 4

22R

22R
B B

6K8
7U00-1 7U02

3n3

22u

22u

220u 25V
2U15
BC847BPN 1 2 3 SI4800BDY
10K
1 7U0A 5 6 7 8 7U05
IU0N
3U0W

3U1G 14

3U1H
NCP5422ADR2G 4 SI4800BDY
10K

10K

22K
IU01
Φ

3U0P

3U72
VCC
9U03 IU08

4R7

4R7

3U1T
RES 3U1R 10R 1 2 3
FU07

2U0H

2U03

100n
4 1

1n0
BST H1 RES 3U0R 2U0M

3U73

22R
GAT E IU0G
2 10R IU0M
L1 3U1P 3n3

22R
7 7U06 IU02
1 IU0H IU1B
IU0S 16
VFB H2 4R7
10 5 6 78
2 GAT E IU1K 3U0M

2U12

3U04
IU0T 15 4

1K0
1n0
L2 1 2 3
8 IU1M IU0K
1 4R7 SI4800BDY
RES IU0U 5
C * 7U09
BC847BW 3 IU0V 9
2
COMP +1
-1
6
IU1N 3U06 FU04 3U15 C
2U0C

100n

IU1R IS 3K3 6K8


1 IU0W 13 12
ROSC +2 IU0F

2U04

3U14
100n
11

6K8
RES +1V2-PNX8541 -2

GND
2
* 2U0S 12V/1V2 CONVERSION
3U0H
2U0A

100n

39K

7U04-2 FU01
BC847BS 3 6 3U05
3
GND-SIG 100n
6K8 FU09 FU0B +1V2-PNX8541
3U0E IU10 RES 3U0C IU0Y 3U01 3U16

2U0T RES

2U0U RES
5 2 7U04-1
IU1F
3U1V
RES

BC847BS

RES

330u 6.3V

330u 6.3V
3K3

22K

33K 10K IU0E 1K0 6K8 FU0A

2U16

2U17
2U0V
4 1

2U07
9U01
3U0D

*
33K

2U00

3U17

3U76
100n

10R
3K3

RES
D D

22u

22u

22u

47u
3U0B

5U00
RES

3U13

100R
3U00 3U0Z FU0C
6
IU0D 10u 5U03 FU0E
GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG 3K3 10K +3V3F

3U0K

3U74

3U07

2U09
2

22R

22R

6K8
7U07-1

3n3
3U1U BAS316 IU1S 3U1E IU0A 10u

2U0R
+1V2-STANDBY IU1H BC847BS

1u0

100u 4V

100u 4V
2U10

2U11
1
330R 6U00 68R
3U1A

3U12
1K0

1K0
3U1F IU04
1 4 IU07
3U1B
BC857BS BC857BS 68R IU1D
IU0Z 2U01

2U08
2U0J
7U01-1 7U01-2

100n
2 5 FU03