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(without price) EX-Z110 AUG. 2005 EX-Z120 SEP. 2005 Ver.1 : Oct. 2005 R

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EX-Z110 AUG. 2005 EX-Z120 SEP. 2005

(without price) EX-Z110 AUG. 2005 EX-Z120 SEP. 2005 Ver.1 : Oct. 2005 R
 

Ver.1 : Oct. 2005

R

 

CONTENTS

SPECIFICATIONS

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EX-Z110 .............................................................................................................................................

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EX-Z120

4

7

EX-Z110

7

EX-Z120

8

TEST MODE

9

PROGRAM VERSION UPGRADING

10

  • 1. To update the firmware version

10

  • 2. How to restore the firmware

11

  • 3. To install the firmware

12

ADJ TOOL

13

  • 1. Preparation

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  • 2. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing Lens unit

15

  • 3. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing MAIN PCB

16

VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT

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20

DISASSEMBLY

21

EXPLODED VIEW

28

PARTS LIST

29

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

31

EX-Z110

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EX-Z120

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EX-Z110

SPECIFICATIONS

Image Files Format

Recording Media
Recording Media
Image Size
Image Size
Snapshots: JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard; DPOF compliant AVI
Snapshots: JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard;
DPOF compliant
AVI (Motion JPEG)
WAV
Movies:
Audio:

8.7MB built-in memory SD Memory Card MultiMediaCard

Snapshots: 2816 x 2112 pixels

  • 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) pixels

  • 2816 x 1872 (3:2) pixels

640 x 480 (VGA) pixels 320 x 240 pixels

  • 2304 x 1728 pixels

  • 2048 x 1536 pixels

Movies:

240KB 810KB 1.92MB 1.28MB 640KB 1.17MB 780KB 390KB 360KB Economy Economy Quality Fine Normal Economy Fine
240KB
810KB
1.92MB
1.28MB
640KB
1.17MB
780KB
390KB
360KB
Economy
Economy
Quality
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
File Size
shots
143
shots
271
shots
121
1.62MB
Approximate Image
Fine
3.63MB
2.2MB
1.21MB
3.22MB
2.1MB
1.08MB
2.43MB
1600
x 2112
x 1872
(3:2)
x 1728
2304
x 1536
2048
x 1200
2816
(UXGA)
640 x 480 (VGA)
Approximate Memory Capacity and File sizes
* Based on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. products. Actual capacity depends on the type of memory card you are
using.
* To determine the number of images that can be stored on a memory card of a different capacity, multiply the capacities
in the table by the appropriate value.
2.45MB/second max.
Fine
Normal
Built-in flash memory
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
97
Normal
Data Size
• Movies (320 x 240 pixels)
2816
• Snapshots
File Size
(pixels)
shots
62
shots
shots
8.7MB
shots
2
shots
3
shots
6
shots
2
9
3
7
shots
10
SD Memory Card*
shots
shots
6
12
shots
7
shots
shots
shots
shots
19
shots
22
shots
33
shots
shots
938
1742 shots
110
120KB
65
107
shots
625
186
73
shots
shots
256MB
shots
206
shots
3
5
shots
shots
shots
180
shots
348
4
196
shots
286
shots
530
shots
shots

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Delete

Single-file, all files (with protection)

 

Effective Pixels

6.0 million

Imaging Element

1/2.5-inch square pixel color CCD (Total pixels: 6.37 million)

Lens/Focal Distance

Lenses: F3.1 (W) to 5.4 (T); f=6.3 (W) to 18.9mm (T) (equivalent to approximately 38 (W) to 114mm (T) for 35mm film) 7 lenses in 6 groups, with aspherical lens

Zoom

3X optical zoom; 4X digital zoom (12X in combination with optical zoom)

Focusing

Contrast Detection Auto Focus

 

Focus Modes : Auto Focus, Macro mode, Pan Focus, Infinity mode, manual focus

AF Area

: spot, multi

Approximate Focus Range (from lens surface)

Auto Focus: 40cm to (1.3´ to ) Macro: 6cm to 50cm (2.4˝ to 19.7˝) Infinity Mode: Manual: 6cm to (2.4˝ to ) • Using optical zoom causes the above ranges to change.

Exposure Control

Light Metering : Multi-pattern, center-weighted, spot by CCD

Exposure

: Program AE, Aperture priority AE, Shutter speed priority AE, Manual exposure

Exposure Compensation: –2EV to +2EV (1/3EV units)

Shutter

CCD electronic shutter; mechanical shutter Program AE: 1/8 to 1/2000 second Manual Exposure / Shutter Speed Priority AE: 60 to 1/2000 second Aperture Priority AE: 1 to 1/2000 second • Above shutter speeds do not apply when using a BEST SHOT scene.

Aperture

F3.1/4.4, auto switching • Using optical zoom causes the aperture to change.

White Balance

Auto WB, fixed (6 modes), manual switching

 

Sensitivity

Snapshots: Auto, ISO 50, ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400

Self-timer

10 seconds, 2 seconds, Triple Self-timer

 

Built-in Flash

Flash Modes: Auto Flash, ON, OFF, Red eye reduction

Flash Range: Wide Angle Optical Zoom: 0.4 to 3.1 meters (1.3´ to 10.2´)

 

Telephoto Optical Zoom:

0.4 to 1.8 meters (1.3´ to 5.9´)

(ISO Sensitivity: “Auto”) * Depends on zoom factor.

Recording Functions

Snapshot; audio snapshot; macro; self-timer; Continuous shutter; BEST SHOT mode; movie with audio; Voice Recording • Audio recording is monaural.

Audio Recording Time

Audio Snapshot: Approximately 30 seconds maximum per image Voice Recording: Approximately 27 minutes with built-in memory After Recording: Approximately 30 Approximately 30 seconds maximum per image

Monitor Screen

2.0-inch TFT color LCD 84,960 pixels (354 240)

 

Viewfinder

Monitor screen and optical viewfinder

 

Timekeeping Functions

Built-in digital quartz clock Date and Time: Recorded with image data Auto Calendar: To 2049

 

World Time

: City; Date; Time; Summer time; 162 cities in 32 time zones

Input/Output Terminals

AC adaptor connector (DC IN 3V); USB / AV port (NTSC/PAL)

USB

USB 2.0 (Full-Speed) compatible

 

Microphone

Monaural

Speaker

Monaural

— 2 —

DURACELL Panasonic Two AA-size alkaline batteries Two AA-size rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd. brand
DURACELL
Panasonic
Two AA-size alkaline batteries
Two AA-size rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd. brand type
HR-3UA, HR-3UB,or HR-3UF batteries)
Two AA-size lithium batteries
AC adaptor (AD-C30)
shots
Lithium
Alkaline batteries
minutes
310
minutes
340
(105 minutes)
525
batteries
(105 minutes)
210
shots
180
Alkaline:
Operation
Approximate Battery Life:
Power Requirements
Power Requirements
The values below indicate the amount of time under the conditions defined below, until power automatically turns off due to battery
failure. They do not guarantee that you will be able to achieve this level of operation. Low temperatures shorten battery life.
Number of Shots (CIPA
Standard)* 1 (Operating Time)
Number of Shots, Continuous
Recording* 2 (Operating Time)
Continuous Snapshot Playback* 3
Continuous Voice Recording* 4
The above figures are approximations only.
The above guidelines are based on the following battery types:
Panasonic LR6(GW)
Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.
DURACELL ULTRA MX1500
Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride:
HR-3UF (Rated Capacitance 2500 mAh)
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Lithium: FR6 Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Battery life varies with brand.
Storage Medium: SD Memory Card
1625 shots
660 shots
minutes
500
(230 minutes)
1150 shots
(225 minutes)
450 shots
Metal Hydride batteries
Rechargeable Nickel-
695
minutes
720
minutes
(325 minutes)
minutes
(330 minutes)
*1 Number of Shots (CIPA Standard)
• Temperature: 23°C (73 °F)
• Monitor Screen: On
• Zoom operation between full wide to full telephoto every 30
seconds, during which two images are recorded, one image
with flash; power turned off and back on every time 10
images are recorded.
*2 Continuous Recording Conditions
• Temperature: 23°C (73 °F)
• Monitor screen: On
• Flash: Off
• Image recorded every 12 seconds, alternating full wide-
angle and full telephoto zoom
*3 Continuous Snapshot Playback Conditions
• Temperature: 23°C (73 °F)
• Scroll one image about every 10 seconds
*4 Voice recording times are based on continuous recording.
480
shots
minutes
295
320
minutes
(95 minutes)
shots
475
(90 minutes)

Power Consumption

Dimensions
Dimensions
Weight
Weight

Bundled Accessories

3V DC Approximately 3.3W

90(W) x 60(H) x 28.7(D) mm (3.5˝(W) x 2.4˝(H) x 1.1˝(D)) (excluding projections)

Approximately 136 g (4.8 oz) (excluding batteries and accessories)

Alkaline batteries (LR6); USB cable; AV Cable; Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference

LCD Panel
LCD Panel
LCD Panel • The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that

• The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that provides a pixel yield of 99.99%. This means that less than 0.01% of the total pixels are defective (they do not turn on or always remain turned on).

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EX-Z120

Image Files Format

Recording Media
Recording Media
Image Size
Image Size
Snapshots: JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard; DPOF compliant AVI
Snapshots: JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2); DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) 1.0 standard;
DPOF compliant
AVI (Motion JPEG)
WAV
Movies:
Audio:

8.3MB built-in memory SD Memory Card MultiMediaCard

Snapshots: 3072 x 2304 pixels

  • 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) pixels

  • 3072 x 2048 (3:2) pixels

640 x 480 (VGA) pixels 320 x 240 pixels

  • 2560 x 1920 pixels

  • 2048 x 1536 pixels

Movies:

240KB 1.0MB 1.92MB 1.28MB 640KB 1.17MB 780KB 390KB 360KB Economy Economy Quality Fine Normal Economy Fine
240KB
1.0MB
1.92MB
1.28MB
640KB
1.17MB
780KB
390KB
360KB
Economy
Economy
Quality
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
File Size
78
shots
116
221
shots
shots
2.0MB
Approximate Image
Fine
4.32MB
2.88MB
1.44MB
3.84MB
2.56MB
1.28MB
3.0MB
x 1200
3072
x 2048
(3:2)
2560
x 1920
2048
x 1536
1600
x 2304
(UXGA)
640 x 480 (VGA)
Approximate Memory Capacity and File sizes
* Based on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. products. Actual capacity depends on the type of memory card you are
using.
* To determine the number of images that can be stored on a memory card of a different capacity, multiply the capacities
in the table by the appropriate value.
2.45MB/second max.
Fine
Normal
Built-in flash memory
Fine
Normal
Economy
Fine
Normal
Economy
shots
Normal
Data Size
• Movies (320 x 240 pixels)
3072
• Snapshots
File Size
(pixels)
shots
59
SD Memory Card*
3
8.3MB
shots
1
shots
2
shots
5
2
shots
shots
shots
shots
6
9
4
shots
shots
6
11
shots
6
shots
2
shots
7
shots
shots
21
32
shots
shots
shots
938
1742 shots
91
120KB
shots
81
shots
625
158
61
shots
shots
256MB
176
shots
348
shots
shots
3
55
530
180
shots
shots
18
196
shots
286
shots
shots
121
shots

— 4 —

Delete

Single-file, all files (with protection)

 

Effective Pixels

7.2 million

Imaging Element

1/1.8-inch square pixel color CCD (Total pixels: 7.41 million)

Lens/Focal Distance

Lenses: F2.8 (W) to 5.1 (T); f=7.9 (W) to 23.7mm (T) (equivalent to approximately 38 (W) to 114mm (T) for 35mm film) 7 lenses in 5 groups, with aspherical lens

Zoom

3X optical zoom; 4X digital zoom (12X in combination with optical zoom)

Focusing

Contrast Detection Auto Focus

 

Focus Modes : Auto Focus, Macro mode, Pan Focus, Infinity mode, manual focus

AF Area

: spot, multi

Approximate Focus Range (from lens surface)

Auto Focus: 40cm to (1.3´ to ) Macro: 10cm to 50cm (3.9˝ to 19.7˝) Infinity Mode: Manual: 10cm to (3.9˝ to ) • Using optical zoom causes the above ranges to change.

Exposure Control

Light Metering : Multi-pattern, center-weighted, spot by CCD

Exposure

: Program AE, Aperture priority AE, Shutter speed priority AE, Manual exposure

Exposure Compensation: –2EV to +2EV (1/3EV units)

Shutter

CCD electronic shutter; mechanical shutter Program AE: 1/8 to 1/1600 second Manual Exposure / Shutter Speed Priority AE: 60 to 1/1600 second Aperture Priority AE: 1 to 1/1600 second • Above shutter speeds do not apply when using a BEST SHOT scene.

Aperture

Program AE/Shutter Speed Priority AE: F2.8 to F8.0*, auto switching (*Brightness conversion F value) Manual Exposure/Aperture Priority AE : F2.8/F4.0, 2-level auto switching • Using optical zoom causes the aperture value to change.

White Balance

Auto WB, fixed (6 modes), manual switching

 

Sensitivity

Snapshots: Auto, ISO 50, ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400

Self-timer

10 seconds, 2 seconds, Triple Self-timer

 

Built-in Flash

Flash Modes: Auto Flash, ON, OFF, Red eye reduction

Flash Range: Wide Angle Optical Zoom: 0.4 to 2.3 meters (1.3´ to 7.5´)

 

Telephoto Optical Zoom:

0.4 to 1.2 meters (1.3´ to 3.9´)

(ISO Sensitivity: “Auto”) * Depends on zoom factor.

Recording Functions

Snapshot; audio snapshot; macro; self-timer; Continuous shutter; BEST SHOT mode; movie with audio ; Voice Recording • Audio recording is monaural.

Audio Recording Time

Audio Snapshot: Approximately 30 seconds maximum per image Voice Recording: Approximately 25 minutes with built-in memory After Recording: Approximately 30 Approximately 30 seconds maximum per image

Monitor Screen

2.0-inch TFT color LCD 84,960 pixels (354 240)

 

Viewfinder

Monitor screen and optical viewfinder

 

Timekeeping Functions

Built-in digital quartz clock Date and Time: Recorded with image data Auto Calendar: To 2049

 

World Time

: City; Date; Time; Summer time; 162 cities in 32 time zones

Input/Output Terminals

AC adaptor connector (DC IN 3V); USB / AV port (NTSC/PAL)

USB

USB 2.0 (Full-Speed) compatible

 

Microphone

Monaural

Speaker

Monaural

— 5 —

DURACELL Panasonic Two AA-size alkaline batteries Two AA-size rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd. brand
DURACELL
Panasonic
Two AA-size alkaline batteries
Two AA-size rechargeable nickel-metal hydride batteries (SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd. brand type
HR-3UA, HR-3UB,or HR-3UF batteries)
Two AA-size lithium batteries
AC adaptor (AD-C30)
550
Lithium
Alkaline batteries
235
minutes
360
minutes
(110 minutes)
shots
batteries
(95 minutes)
shots
190
shots
Alkaline:
Operation
Approximate Battery Life:
Power Requirements
Power Requirements
The values below indicate the amount of time under the conditions defined below, until power automatically turns off due to battery
failure. They do not guarantee that you will be able to achieve this level of operation. Low temperatures shorten battery life.
Number of Shots (CIPA
Standard)* 1 (Operating Time)
Number of Shots, Continuous
Recording* 2 (Operating Time)
Continuous Snapshot Playback* 3
Continuous Voice Recording* 4
The above figures are approximations only.
The above guidelines are based on the following battery types:
Panasonic LR6(GW)
Matsushita Battery Industrial Co., Ltd.
DURACELL ULTRA MX1500
Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride:
HR-3UF (Rated Capacitance 2500 mAh)
SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.
Lithium: FR6 Energizer Holdings, Inc.
Battery life varies with brand.
Storage Medium: SD Memory Card
1600 shots
560 shots
minutes
460
(225 minutes)
1125 shots
(205 minutes)
410 shots
Metal Hydride batteries
Rechargeable Nickel-
735
minutes
minutes
755
(320 minutes)
minutes
(280 minutes)
*1 Number of Shots (CIPA Standard)
• Temperature: 23°C (73 °F)
• Monitor Screen: On
• Zoom operation between full wide to full telephoto every 30
seconds, during which two images are recorded, one image
with flash; power turned off and back on every time 10
images are recorded.
*2 Continuous Recording Conditions
• Temperature: 23°C (73 °F)
• Monitor screen: On
• Flash: Off
• Image recorded every 12 seconds, alternating full wide-
angle and full telephoto zoom
*3 Continuous Snapshot Playback Conditions
• Temperature: 23°C (73 °F)
• Scroll one image about every 10 seconds
*4 Voice recording times are based on continuous recording.
505
170
230
minutes
345
minutes
(100 minutes)
500
shots
(85 minutes)

Power Consumption

Dimensions
Dimensions
Weight
Weight

Bundled Accessories

3V DC Approximately 3.3W

90(W) x 60(H) x 28.7(D) mm (3.54˝(W) x 2.36˝(H) x 1.14˝(D)) (excluding projections)

Approximately 138 g (4.9 oz) (excluding batteries and accessories)

Alkaline batteries (LR6); USB cable; AV Cable; Strap; CD-ROM; Basic Reference

LCD Panel
LCD Panel
LCD Panel • The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that

• The LCD panel is a product of the latest LCD manufacturing technology that provides a pixel yield of 99.99%. This means that less than 0.01% of the total pixels are defective (they do not turn on or always remain turned on).

— 6 —

BLOCK DIAGRAM

■ EX-Z110 LED-PCB SELF LCD / BL LED SW-PCB TELE WIDE 2.0"-LCD 2-LED BL POWER SHUTTER
■ EX-Z110
LED-PCB
SELF
LCD / BL
LED
SW-PCB
TELE
WIDE
2.0"-LCD
2-LED BL
POWER
SHUTTER
MIC
Strobe-Unit
VCC15 VCC3.3A
EVCC3.3
VCC5
VCC3.3
Connector
Lenz-Unit
VCC3.3M
VCC3.3
33PIN
Connector
To LSI-SIP
STROBE/LED-BUS
15PIN
G-LED R-LED
VCC3.3
Moter
Connector
MOTER-dr
KEY-
SW-EVCC3.3
Flexible-Board
27PIN
R2S30401NP
BUS
LCD-
32.769KHz
EVCC3.3
BUS
AUDIO-IC
Connector
DIAL
VCC3.3A
AK4631VG
9PIN
SW
VCC1.2
VCC1.8
VCC3.3
VCC3.3A
KEY
8bit-Micom
SW-EVCC3.3
UPD78F8011
MOTOR-BUS
VCC3.3
KEY
PLAY
REC
AV-BUS
LSI-SIP
VIDEO_IC
AV-BUS
R8J30224EBGV
Dynamic
NJW1331KK1
PWCTL
MENU
DISP
Speaker
0~5
8bit-BUS
UP
VCC15C
VEE7.5C
LEFT
SET
RIGHT
VCC15C VEE7.5C
VCC3.3
DOWN
VCC1.2
FU140
48MHz
CCD
SD-
VCC1.8
~
FU100
BAT+
Flexible-board
BUS
VCC3.3
VCC3.3
CCD
~
+
VCC1-1
Connector
VCC3.3A
~
CDS+Vdr
BATTERY
POWER-BLOCK
BAT-
33PIN
VCC1-2
EVCC3.3
AD9923
-
CCD-BUS
VCC3.3M
Backup-C
VCC5
VCC-BL
SD Card
DC
VCC15
GND
Connector
JACK
VEE7.5
USB
A/V
VOUT
USB
AOUT
JACK

— 7 —

EX-Z120

Connector 9pin Connector 33pin SELF-LED Connector 29pin Connector 33pin STROBE Unit SHUTTER Unit POWER SHUT ZOOM+
Connector 9pin
Connector 33pin
SELF-LED
Connector 29pin
Connector 33pin
STROBE Unit
SHUTTER Unit
POWER
SHUT
ZOOM+
ZOOM-
Dynamic
MIC
Speaker
Connector 8pin
Connector 7pin
DIAL SW Unit
MAIN PCB
Connector 15pin
REC
PLAY
MOTOR-flex
G-LED
Lenz Unit
MOTOR driver
AUDIO IC
VIDEO Amp
R-LED
DIAL SW
LCD / BL
MENU
DISP
FFC-CCD
UP
2.0"-LCD
CDS+Vdr+TG
SIP
2-LED BL
LEFT
OK
RIGHT
DOWN
CCD
BLLEDA
BLLEDC
Power Control
48MHz
8bit-Micom
Vcc3.3
Backup
LCD-flex
POWER-BLOCK
32.768KHz
BAT+
SD card connector
+
~ ~
Two AA-size batteries
GND1
-
DC Jack
Connector 8pin
D+/D-
VIDEO
USB Vcc
MONO OUT
USB GND
AGND

8

TEST MODE

Note: Never perform the menu items unless otherwise instructed. Doing so may cause destruction of the data inside, which will make the camera unusable.

To boot the test mode

  • 1. While firmly pressing down both [DISP] and [UPPER], turn the power on.

[DISP] button [UPPER] button
[DISP] button
[UPPER] button
  • 2. After the version appears, press buttons in the order of [DOWN], [DOWN], [DISP] and [MENU] in 0.5 second. The diagnostic menu appears.

[DISP] button [MENU] button ■EX-Z110 ■EX-Z120 [DOWN] button ++ KX807 ++ V er 1.00 ++ KX808
[DISP] button
[MENU] button
■EX-Z110
■EX-Z120
[DOWN] button
++ KX807 ++
V er 1.00
++ KX808 ++
Ve r
1.00
"DOWN" button -> "DOWN" button -> "DISP" button -> "MENU" button
"SET" button
1
: V E R S I O N
I N F O
1
:USB TCC ON
2
:USB TCC TEST
2
:USB TCC OFF
3
: R O M
U P D AT E
3
:USB STORAGE
4
: L A S T
M E M O R Y
4
:USB SPEED
5
:FORMA T
"MENU" button

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PROGRAM VERSION UPGRADING

1. To update the firmware version

  • 1. Prepare the memory card which contains the firmware for EX-Z110/Z120 in the root directory. EX-Z110: EX-Z110.bin EX-Z120: EX-Z120.bin

  • 2. Insert the above memory card into the camera, and set a fully charged battery in the camera.

  • 3. Press the [power button] while holding [MENU] depressed. Keep holding [MENU] depressed until PROGRAM UPDATEappears in the display. The following appears. The version of the firmware in the memory card appears at the bottom of the display.

PROGRAM UPDATE YES NO NEW VERSION IS VER 1.00

(As of September 2005)

NOTE 1) When a wrong software is mistakenly used, the message below appears. Update the firmware again with the correct software.

FILE ERROR!
FILE ERROR!

NOTE 2) When only the version appears in the display even though you are trying to operate the camera, charge the battery to the fullest and try again. The level of the battery indicator should be highest in order to update the firmware.

  • 4. Align the white cursor to [YES] by [UPPER] and [DOWN], and then press [SET]. • “NOW LOADINGappears in the display and the update starts.

  • 5. COMPLETEappears after the update finishes.

  • 6. Remove the memory card after turning the power off once. Turn the power back on again while holding [MENU] depressed, and check the version. • “VER.1.00appears.

VER 1.00
VER 1.00

(As of September 2005)

  • 7. If the version is correct, turn the power off.

  • 8. Finally, check the operation by recording, playing back and deleting an image.

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2. How to restore the firmware

  • 1. Prepare the firmware restoration program and change its name as follows; EX-Z110: rom807_050812.lbn titan.binEX-Z120: rom808_gm_03.lbn titan.binNOTE: This software and procedure automatically restores the firmware even if the firmware belongs to a wrong model code. Make sure to use the correct software for the correct model.

  • 2. Copy the above file to the root directory in the memory card.

  • 3. Insert the memory card into the camera.

  • 4. Set a fully charged battery in the camera. NOTE: This software and procedure automatically restores the firmware even if the battery capacity of the camera is low. Make sure to use a fully charged battery to prevent the danger of power down during firmware restoration.

  • 5. Turn the power on while pressing the [shutter release] button. If the power does not turn on only by pressing the power button, insert the battery while holding the [shutter release] button depressed. The LED next to the optical viewfinder changes from green/red blinking, green blinkingto green steady. NOTE: This software and procedure automatically restores the firmware even if the firmware belongs to a wrong model code. Make sure to use the correct software for the correct mode.

  • 6. When the LED becomes green steady, the firmware restoration is finished. Remove the battery and the memory card, and then turn the power off.

  • 7. Turn the power on again while holding [DISP] and [UPPER] depressed. Check the model name and the program version (PR:) in the opening screen of the test menu. ++KX807++ ++KX808++ Ver 1.00 Ver 1.00

  • 8. If the model name and the program version are correct, perform SYSTEM INITIAL to initialize the system area. DISP + UPPER + PW ON DOWN, DOWN, DISP, MENU 3:ROM UPDATE 5:SYSTEM INITIALNOTE: After SYSTEM INITIAL is performed, SYSTEM ERRORappears when the power is turned on again.

  • 9. Write the latest firmware. (Refer to page 10) After the firmware is written, check the model name and the program version (PR:) in the opening screen of the test menu.

10. Finally, start the camera normally to check the operation by recording, playing back and deleting an image. Check also that the colors in the images are not too bright or two dark.

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3. To install the firmware Initially, firmware is not installed in the PCB supplied by the parts center. Install the firmware into the PCB after replacing with a new one as shown in the procedures below. Note: The camera does not operate (only LED becomes “green blinking”) if the firmware is not installed in the PCB.

<Writing the restoration program 1>

  • 1. Copy the following software to the root directly of the SD card.

Restoration software: EX-Z110

rom807_050812.lbn

EX-Z120

rom808_gm_03.lbn

Firmware: EX-Z110

EX-Z110.bin

EX-Z120

EX-Z120.bin

  • 2. Change the name as follows; EX-Z110: “rom807-050812.lbn” to “titan.bin” EX-Z120: “rom808_gm_03.lbn” to “titan.bin”

  • 3. Insert the SD card into the camera.

  • 4. Insert the battery while holding the [shutter release] button depressed. The LED next to the optical viewfinder changes from “green/red blinking”, “green blinking” to “green steady”.

  • 5. When the LED becomes “green steady”, remove the battery and turn the power off.

<System Initialize>

  • 1. Boot the test mode.

  • 2. Press [DOWN] twice and then press [DISP], [MENU].

  • 3. Select “3: ROM UPDATE” and then press [SET].

  • 4. Select “5: SYSTEM INITIALIZE” and then press [SET].

  • 5. When the following message appears, press [SET]. SYSTEM INITIALIZE START…. PUSH OK KEY?

  • 6. The system initialize is executed. Turn off the power when “SUCCESS” appears. * “SYSTEM ERROR” appears when the camera is turned off without system initialize.

<Writing the firmware>

  • 1. Turn the power on while holding [MENU] depressed.

  • 2. When “PROGRAM UPDATE” appears, select “YES” and then press [SET].

  • 3. “NOW LOADING” appears while the firmware is updated.

  • 4. When “COMPLETE” appears, the firmware update is complete.

  • 5. Turn the power on and off to check if the camera normally functions. If there is no problem, the firmware update is successful.

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ADJ TOOL

Introduction Make sure to perform the adjustment by the USB ADJ Tool “adj03SSAW.exe” when replacing the lens unit or the PCB. Here the necessary software, driver and setting are explained to use “adj03SSAW.exe”. Note that the tool, drivers etc. are available only for Windows.

1. Preparation 1-1. Prepare the necessary software, driver and DLL file. 1) Prepare the following three files. • Testmode driver

[testmode_driver] folder

ADJ TOOL ■ Introduction Make sure to perform the adjustment by the USB ADJ Tool “adj03SSAW.exe”

uusbd.dll

uusbd.inf

uusbd.sys * testmode_driver_2.0] is for Windows except Windows98.

* [testmode_driver] is for Windows98 only.

• ADJ tool, USB DLL and ADJ setting file [adj03SSAW] folder

adj03SSAW.exe (ADJ tool itself)

uusbd.dll (USB DLL)

  • * .adt (ADJ setting file. Sorted by models) 2) Place the testmode driver in an appropriate place. 3) Place all of ADJ tool, USB DLL and ADJ setting file in the same folder.

1-2. Set the camera so that it recognizes the USB test mode. 1) Enter the test menu. Turn the power on while pressing both [DISP] and [UPPER]. Press [DOWN], [DOWN], [DISP] and [MENU]. 2) Move the cursor to “2: USB TCC TEST” and press [SET]. 3) Move the cursor to “1: USB TCC ON” and press [RIGHT], [RIGHT] and [SET]. 4) USB TCC ON is now active. Turn the power off. 5) The test menu appears first when the camera power is turned on. * When changing the USB TCC ON to OFF, set “2: USB TCC OFF” in the test menu.

1-3. Install the USB driver for the USB test mode in the computer. (The following is an example using the Windows Me.) 1) Prepare the USB driver for the USB test mode.

2) Turn the camera power on which is set in the USB test mode as shown in 1-2 and let it enter the USB test mode directly (the test menu appears right after the power is turned on).

3) Connect the camera in the above status to the computer by the USB cable. 4) The “Add new hardware” wizard appears. 5) Check “Designate the place for the driver (for users with sufficient knowledge)” and press “Next”. 6) Check “Search for the optimum driver for the device (recommended)”.

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7) Check “Designate the place to search”, designate the place which contains “inf” file in the driver by pressing “Reference” button, and then press “Next” button.

8) When “Universal USB Driver (VMEM manufacturer’s name)” appears upon message “Searching for the driver file for the following devices”, press “Next” button.

9) The file copy starts.

(If a message “uusbd.inf cannot be found” appears during the file copy, designate the same place as in the step 7).

10) Press “Complete” button. 11) Right-click “My computer”, select “property”, and then open “Device manager”. If “Universal USB Driver (VMEM manufacturer’s name)”,“USB device for UUSBD” can be found, the computer has successfully recognized the driver. 12) Installing the test driver into either one enables the other one to recognize it. * How to uninstall the USB driver for the USB test mode

• Connect the camera to the computer while in the USB test mode so that the computer recognizes the camera.

• Right-click “My computer”, select “Property” and open “Device manager”. • Select “USB device for UUSBD” , and then “Universal USB Driver (VMEM manufacturer's name)”. • Press “Delete” button to delete the driver. • When using Windows98/98SE/Me, delete the following three files; (NOTE! Do NOT delete “usbd.inf” and “usbd.sys”, whose names are much alike the following.) C:windows / inf / uusbd.inf C:windows / inf / other / KashiwanoUUSBD.inf C:windows / system32 / drivers / uusbd.sys • The driver has been successfully deleted.

1-4. Use the USB ADJ Tool 1) Prepare ADJ tool, USB DLL and ADJ setting file in the same folder.

2) Turn the camera power on which is set in the USB test mode and let it enter the USB test mode directly (the test menu appears right after the power is turned on).

3) Boot “adj03SSAW.exe” and use it as follows; • To read ADJ data from the camera

Press “READ ($9)”.

There is no neto set the model by “FW Item Set”. • To write ADJ data into the camera

Press “WRITE ($8)”.

• To save ADJ data which is read

Select “File” and “Save All ADJ”, and save it under an appropriate name.

• Open ADJ data which is saved

1. Select the model by "FW Item Set", and then press "Load FW ->" button.

2. Select “File” and “Open”, and open the necessary file.

• Language” radio button can switch the language between Japanese and English in which the name of the ADJ ITEM is displayed.

• “Radix” radio button can switch the data display between decimal and hexadecimal notations.

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2. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing Lens unit Make sure to perform the following procedure after replacing the lens.

A floppy disk with the lens data is bundled in the spare parts of the lens unit.

  • 1 Enter the TEST mode.

    • 1. Turn the power on while pressing both "DISP" and "UP" buttons.

    • 2. Press "DOWN" button, "DOWN" button, "DISP" button, and "MENU" button while the program version is displayed.

    • 3. Select "2.USB TCC TEST", and press "SET" button.

    • 4. Select "1. USB TCC ON", and press "RIGHT" button, "RIGHT" button and "SET" button.

    • 5. Turn the power OFF.

  • 2 Connect the camera to the computer by the USB cable.

  • 3 Boot "adj03ssaw" .

  • 4 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key. • EX-Z110 • EX-Z120 5
    4
    Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key.
    • EX-Z110
    • EX-Z120
    5
    Click "ADJ ALL READ", and display the data on the "adj03ssaw".
    6
    Find the No.1163, "LCD VCOM DC".
    6
    7
    Write down this value(data).
    8
    Replace the Lens unit.
    9
    Perform the above 1 to 3.
    4
    2. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing Lens unit Make sure to perform the following
    • 0 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key. • EX-Z110

    • EX-Z120 A From "File/Open", open the bundled floppy disk, and transfer the data to the "adj03ssaw". B Find the No.1163,"LCD VCOM DC"

    A

    • C Change the data to the former value.(Refer to 7).

    • D Click "WRITE" button of "ADJ ALL".

    E After adjustment, change "1. USB TCC ON" to "2. USB TCC OFF".

    D
    D

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    3. How to use ADJ Tool when replacing MAIN PCB

    Firmware is not installed in spare parts.

    1 Enter the TEST mode. 6 1. Turn the power on while pressing both "DISP" and
    1
    Enter the TEST mode.
    6
    1.
    Turn the power on while pressing both "DISP" and "UP" buttons.
    2.
    Press "DOWN" button, "DOWN" button, "DISP" button and "MENU"
    button while the program version is displayed.
    3.
    Select "2.USB TCC TEST", and press "SET" button.
    4.
    Select "1. USB TCC ON", and press "RIGHT" button, "RIGHT" button
    and "SET" button.
    5.
    Turn the power OFF.
    2
    Connect the camera to the PC by the USB cable.
    3
    Boot "adj03ssaw".
    4
    Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key.
    • EX-Z110
    5
    • EX-Z120
    5
    Click "ADJ ALL READ", and display the data on the "adj03ssaw".
    6
    Save the data.
    4
    7
    Replace the MAIN PCB.
    8
    Writing the Firmware.
    Write the firmware into a spare part after replacing one.

    NOTE: If a battery is inserted without the firmware, only LED blinks green and the camera does not operate.

    • 9 Perform the above 1 to 3.

    • 0 Select the model name and click "Load FW " Key.

    • EX-Z110 • EX-Z120 A Open the file which is saved above, and display the data on the

    "adj03ssaw".

    A

    B Click "WRITE" button of "ADJ ALL". C After adjustment, change "1. USB TCC ON" to "2. USB TCC OFF".

    B
    B

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    VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT

    Purpose Readjust the VCOM value to minimize the flicker of the LCD after replacing the LCD or the main PCB.

    Necessary tools

    • 1. Camera (Charge its battery fully)

    • 2. Photo diode (S2281-01) : See Fig 1.

    • 3. Photo sensor amp (C2719) : See Fig 2.

    • 4. BNC-BNC cable (E2573) x 2 : See Fig 3.

    • 5. 9-volt alkaline battery (6LR61Y) x 2 : See Fig 4.

    • 6. Oscilloscope

    Preparation

    • 1. The three tools can be obtained from the following global site. Photo diode (S2281-01) Photo sensor amp (C2719) BNC-BNC cable (E2573) www.hamamatsu.com/

    • 2. 9-volt alkaline battery is a standard one, but can be obtained from the following global site as well. www.panasonic.co.jp/global/

    Fig1 Photo Diode (S2281-01)

    VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT ■ Purpose Readjust the VCOM value to minimize the flicker of the LCD

    Fig3 BNC-BNC Cable (E2573)

    VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT ■ Purpose Readjust the VCOM value to minimize the flicker of the LCD

    Fig2 Photo Sensor Amp (C2719)

    VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT ■ Purpose Readjust the VCOM value to minimize the flicker of the LCD

    Fig4 6LR61Y

    VCOM DC ADJUSTMENT ■ Purpose Readjust the VCOM value to minimize the flicker of the LCD

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    Procedure

    • 1. Camera setting

      • a) Turn the power on while pressing “DISP” and “UPPER”. After pressing “DOWN” key twice, press “DISP” and “MENU”. Select "2:USB TCC TEST", and press "SET" button. Select "1:USB TCC ON", and press "RIGHT" button ,"RIGHT" button and "SET" button. Figure (a) appears.

      • b) Select “8 : ADJ_TEST” and then press SET. (See Figure (b).)

      • c) Next, select “2. LCD” and then press SET. (See Figure (c).)

      • d) Pressing SET causes the right figure to appear. (See Figure (d).)

    Figure (a)

     
    1: VERSION INFO 2: USB TCC TEST 3: ROM UPDATE 4: LAST MEMORY 5: FORMAT 6:

    1: VERSION INFO 2: USB TCC TEST 3: ROM UPDATE 4: LAST MEMORY 5: FORMAT 6: HARD TEST 7: IMAGE TEST 8: ADJ TEST 9: TEST SCRIPT

     
     
    Figure (a) 1: VERSION INFO 2: USB TCC TEST 3: ROM UPDATE 4: LAST MEMORY 5:
     

    Figure (b)

     
    1: ADJ STAT CLR 2: LCD 3: LENS . . .

    1: ADJ STAT CLR 2: LCD 3: LENS . . .

     
     
    Figure (a) 1: VERSION INFO 2: USB TCC TEST 3: ROM UPDATE 4: LAST MEMORY 5:
     

    Figure (c)

     
    1:VCOM OK

    1:VCOM

    OK

    .

    .

    .

     
    Figure (a) 1: VERSION INFO 2: USB TCC TEST 3: ROM UPDATE 4: LAST MEMORY 5:
     

    Figure (d)

     

    OK -> Register Write

    VCOM = 0xca

    OK -> Register Write VCOM = 0xca
       
       

    This value is an example and differs by products

    • 2. Connecting the TOOL

      • a) Place two 9-volt alkaline batteries in C2719.

      • b) Connect the output terminal of C2719 to the channel terminal of the oscilloscope by the BNC-BNCcable.

      • c) Connect the input terminal to the Photo Diode by the BNC cable.

      • d) Turn the oscilloscope and C2719 on. * Pull the ON/OFF switch of C2719 this way and raise/lower it. (See below Figure.)

    ■ Procedure 1. Camera setting a) Turn the power on while pressing “DISP” and “UPPER”. After

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    3. Measurement a) Connect S2281-01 to the cameras LCD monitor (see below). AC Waveforms appear on the monitor screen of the oscilloscope. * Change the Rf range of C2719 in case the range does not match.

    Photo diode Oscilloscope INPUT OUTPUT S2281-01 Photo sensor amp CAMERA BNC-BNC cable LCD Minimize the ripple
    Photo diode
    Oscilloscope
    INPUT
    OUTPUT
    S2281-01
    Photo sensor amp
    CAMERA
    BNC-BNC cable
    LCD
    Minimize the
    ripple components

    b) After AC waveforms of the oscilloscope appear, minimize it by pressing the cameras up/down buttons (see the picture). Make sure to visually check if it has been minimized.

    [UPPER] button [DOWN] button
    [UPPER] button
    [DOWN] button

    After it has been minimized, press SET key. The screen in the right figure appears and the new VCOM is written (VCOM adjustment is finished.).

    OK -> Register Write VCOM = 0xca ADJ DATA SET!
    OK -> Register Write
    VCOM = 0xca
    ADJ DATA SET!

    This value is only an example, and differs by products.

    Return to the previous display by pressing MENU or PW key.

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    CURRENT CONSUMPTION

    (1) Current consumption (DC in = 3.00 ± 0.05 [V]) EX-Z110

    • Make sure that current consumption is less than 300 mA in PLAY mode. • Make sure that current consumption is less than 400 mA in REC mode. • Make sure that current consumption is less than 1.3 mA when power is turned OFF.

    EX-Z120

    • Make sure that current consumption is less than 210 mA in PLAY mode. • Make sure that current consumption is less than 470 mA in REC mode. • Make sure that current consumption is less than 1.3 mA when power is turned OFF.

    (2) The battery indicator changes according to the voltages as follows. EX-Z110

    • DC in = less than 2.80 ± 0.02 V:

    • (PLAY mode)

    • DC in = less than 2.70 ± 0.02 V:

    • (PLAY mode)

    • DC in = less than 2.60 ± 0.02 V:

    • (PLAY mode)

    EX-Z120 • DC in = less than 2.85 ± 0.02 V:

    • (PLAY mode)

    • DC in = less than 2.77 ± 0.02 V:

    • (PLAY mode)

    • DC in = less than 2.66 ± 0.02 V:

    • (PLAY mode)

    THE COUNTERMEASURE FOR "SYSTEM ERROR"

    System error may occur when the battery is removed while data is written to the internal memory.

    PROCEDURE

    • 1. Initialize the system.

      • a) Enter the TEST mode.

      • b) Select "3:ROM UPDATE" and press SET button.

      • c) Next, select "5:SYSTEM INITIAL" and press SET button.

      • d) The following message appears. SYSTEM INITIALIZE START ... PUSH OK KEY?

      • e) Press SET button and System is initialized. "SUCCESS !" appears on the monitor.

  • 2. Write firmware. Refer to the "1. To update the firmware version" on page 7. Write the firmware. If the TEST mode boots automatically, change "USB TCC ON" to "USB TCC OFF". Replace the Main PCB if the camera does not recover.

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    DISASSEMBLY

    • 1. Remove the battery.

    • 2. Remove 3 screws.

    Screws (S1)
    Screws (S1)
    Screws (S3) Screws (S1)
    Screws (S3)
    Screws (S1)
    DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the battery. 2. Remove 3 screws. Screws (S1) Screws (S3) Screws (S1) 3.
    • 3. Remove the side cover and the jack cover.

    DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the battery. 2. Remove 3 screws. Screws (S1) Screws (S3) Screws (S1) 3.
    DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the battery. 2. Remove 3 screws. Screws (S1) Screws (S3) Screws (S1) 3.
    Side cover Jack cover
    Side cover
    Jack cover
    • 4. Remove 5 screws.

    Screws (S2) — 21 —
    Screws (S2)
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    Screws (S1)
    Screws (S1)

    5.

    Remove the REAR PANEL ASSY.

    Hook
    Hook
    5. Remove the REAR PANEL ASSY. Hook 6. Remove the DIAL UNIT, KEY/REC, KEY/CS, and FINDER
    5. Remove the REAR PANEL ASSY. Hook 6. Remove the DIAL UNIT, KEY/REC, KEY/CS, and FINDER
    6. Remove the DIAL UNIT, KEY/REC, KEY/CS, and FINDER CASE. * They are fixed by double-side
    6. Remove the DIAL UNIT, KEY/REC, KEY/CS, and FINDER CASE.
    * They are fixed by double-side tape.
    KEY/REC
    Finder case
    Dial unit
    KEY/CS
    • 7. Remove 4 lead wires by unsoldering.

    Black Red Red Black
    Black
    Red
    Red
    Black

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    8.

    Remove 2 battery terminals by unsoldering. Pick up the battery terminals by the tweezers. Be fully care that soldering tip never touch to another part.

    8. Remove 2 battery terminals by unsoldering. Pick up the battery terminals by the tweezers. Be
    8. Remove 2 battery terminals by unsoldering. Pick up the battery terminals by the tweezers. Be
    8. Remove 2 battery terminals by unsoldering. Pick up the battery terminals by the tweezers. Be
    • 9. Remove 2 screws.

    Screw (S6)
    Screw (S6)

    10. Remove the connector.

    8. Remove 2 battery terminals by unsoldering. Pick up the battery terminals by the tweezers. Be

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    11.

    Remove the MAIN PCB and the LCD.

    11. Remove the MAIN PCB and the LCD. Hook 12. Remove 2 lead wires by unsoldering.
    Hook
    Hook
    • 12. Remove 2 lead wires by unsoldering.

    13. Remove the connector. Red Blue
    13. Remove the connector.
    Red
    Blue
    • 14. Remove the LCD. * It is fixed by double side tape.

    11. Remove the MAIN PCB and the LCD. Hook 12. Remove 2 lead wires by unsoldering.
    11. Remove the MAIN PCB and the LCD. Hook 12. Remove 2 lead wires by unsoldering.

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    15.

    Remove 4 screws.

    Screw (S2)
    Screw (S2)
    Screw (S7)
    Screw (S7)
    • 16. Remove the FRONT PANEL.

    15. Remove 4 screws. Screw (S2) Screw (S7) 16. Remove the FRONT PANEL. 17. Remove the
    • 17. Remove the LED. * It is fixed by double side tape.

    15. Remove 4 screws. Screw (S2) Screw (S7) 16. Remove the FRONT PANEL. 17. Remove the
    Strap Board
    Strap Board

    Panel Bracket should be positioned in the way shown below.

    15. Remove 4 screws. Screw (S2) Screw (S7) 16. Remove the FRONT PANEL. 17. Remove the

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    18.

    Remove the CENTER PANEL ASSY. * It is fixed by double side tape.

    18. Remove the CENTER PANEL ASSY. * It is fixed by double side tape. Speaker assy
    Speaker assy
    Speaker assy

    Discharging

    Condenser is the device to store electric energy. Hundreds of high voltage is required when strobo emits light. It has a lot of risk to get electric shocked if you touch the condenser when it stores electric energy. Be sure to discharge the condenser, before start of disassembling.

    Discharging pad (Minus) Discharging pad (Plus)
    Discharging pad (Minus)
    Discharging pad (Plus)
    • 19. Remove the tape.

    • 20. Remove the connector and then SHUTTER ASSY and SW PCB ASSY.

    18. Remove the CENTER PANEL ASSY. * It is fixed by double side tape. Speaker assy
    18. Remove the CENTER PANEL ASSY. * It is fixed by double side tape. Speaker assy
    • 21. Release the hook and then remove the SHUTTER ASSY.

    Hooks
    Hooks
    18. Remove the CENTER PANEL ASSY. * It is fixed by double side tape. Speaker assy

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    22.

    Remove the screw.

    • 23. Remove 2 pieces of tape.

    • 24. Remove the strobe condenser. It is fixed by double side tape.

    Screw (S8)
    Screw (S8)
    22. Remove the screw. 23. Remove 2 pieces of tape. 24. Remove the strobe condenser. It

    25. Remove 4 lead wires and then disassemble the strobe unit. * Different types of strobe unit are used in EX-Z110 and EX-Z120.

    EX-Z110 Black Red Red Black EX-Z120 Red Red Black Black 26. Remove the screw and then
    EX-Z110
    Black
    Red
    Red
    Black
    EX-Z120
    Red
    Red
    Black
    Black
    26. Remove the screw and then lens unit.
    Screw (S7)
    Mic Strobe unit
    Mic
    Strobe unit
    22. Remove the screw. 23. Remove 2 pieces of tape. 24. Remove the strobe condenser. It

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    EXPLODED VIEW

    1 10 2 S1 3 4 9 13 41 14 8 5 16 12 S7 6
    1
    10
    2
    S1
    3
    4
    9
    13
    41
    14
    8
    5
    16
    12
    S7
    6
    S8
    S1
    27
    24
    15
    7
    21
    25
    17
    28
    26
    S4
    S3
    11
    22
    S1
    S7
    23
    19
    18
    S2
    42
    29
    S5
    32
    34
    S2
    20
    30
    31
    34
    33
    36
    35
    34
    37
    31
    38
    S2
    S6
    39
    40

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    PARTS LIST

    N

    Item

    Parts

    Code

    Parts

    Name

    Specification

     

    QTY

    Price

    R

    Remark

       

    EX-Z110

    EX-Z120

    Code

    N

    1

    10213225

    SHUTTER ASSY

    RJK508075*001V01

    0

    1

    AX

    C

     

    N

    1

    10213210

    SHUTTER ASSY

    RJK508075*002V01

    1

    0

    AX

    C

    N

    2

    10214198

    PCB ASSY/SW

    TK-RJK508171*001

    1

    1

    BD

    C

    N

    3

    10213177

    FPC

    RJK508131-001V01

    1

    1

    AE

    C

    N

    4

    10213209

    SHEET

    RJK508053-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    5

    10214197

    SPEAKER ASSY

    TK-RJK508074*001

    1

    1

    BC

    C

    N

    6

    10214196

    PANEL ASSY/CENTER

    TK-RJK508073*001

    1

    1

    BC

    C

    N

    7

    10213179

    PANEL BRACKET

    RJK507993-001V01

    1

    1

    AB

    X

    N

    8

    10213149

    BATTERY BOX

    RJK508070*002V01

    1

    1

    AY

    C

    N

    9

    10213178

    STRAP BOARD

    RJK507990-001V01

    0

    1

    AK

    X

    N

    9

    10213150

    STRAP BOARD

    RJK507990-002V01

    1

    0

    AH

    X

    N

    10

    10213122

    JACK COVER

    RJK508121-002V01

    1

    1

    AH

    C

    N

    11

    10214211

    LENS UNIT

    RJK508182*002 TK

    1

    0

    A

    *1

    N

    11

    10214206

    LENS UNIT

    RJK508182*003 TK

    0

    1

    A

    *1

    N

    12

    10213197

    STROBE UNIT

    XEST-K805

    1

    0

    C

    N

    12

    10213854

    STROBE UNIT

    XEST-K808

    0

    1

    BX

    C

    N

    13

    10213174

    CABLE/A

    RJK508057-001V01

    1

    0

    AA

    X

    N

    13

    10213856

    CABLE/A

    RJK508057-003V01

    0

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    14

    10213175

    CABLE/B

    RJK508057-002V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    15

    10217711

    MIC

    OBG415L42C2-R035

    1

    1

    AH

    C

    N

    16

    10213121

    SIDE COVER

    RJK508067*002V01

    1

    1

    AH

    C

    N

    17

    10213192

    FRONT PANEL

    RJK507951-001V01

    1

    0

    C

    N

    17

    10213850

    FRONT PANEL

    RJK507951-002V01

    0

    1

    BF

    C

    N

    18

    10213194

    GRIP/AA

    RJK508124-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    C

    N

    19

    10213196

    GRIP/BA

    RJK508125-001V01

    1

    0

    AE

    C

    N

    19

    10213853

    GRIP/BA

    RJK508125-002V01

    0

    1

    AE

    C

    N

    20

    10213193

    CAM RING

    RJK507989-002V01

    1

    0

    AV

    C

    N

    20

    10213851

    CAM RING

    RJK508000-001V01

    0

    1

    AV

    C

    N

    21

    10213171

    TAPE

    RJK508006-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    22

    10213167

    FINDER COVER

    RJK508083-001V01

    1

    1

    AB

    X

    N

    23

    10213170

    TAPE

    RJK508005-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    24

    10213241

    CABLE/LED

    RJK508058-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    25

    10213242

    CABLE/LED

    RJK508058-002V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    26

    10214199

    PCB ASSY/LED

    TK-RJK508171*002

    1

    1

    AY

    C

    N

    27

    10213240

    TAPE

    RJK508016-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    28

    10213239

    LED

    RJK508082-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    29

    10214193

    PANEL ASSY/REAR

    TK-RJK508065*002

    1

    0

    CB

    C

    N

    29

    10214208

    PANEL ASSY/REAR

    TK-RJK508065*003

    0

    1

    C

    N

    30

    10213158

    DIAL UNIT

    SB-CAS4-B

    1

    1

    AU

    C

    N

    31

    10213186

    TAPE

    RJK508008-001V01

    3

    3

    AA

    X

    N

    32

    10213184

    TAPE

    RJK508009-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    33

    10213160

    KEY/REC

    RJK508079*002V01

    1

    1

    AH

    C

    34

    10192783

    TAPE

    RJK507494-001V01

    4

    4

    AA

    X

    N

    35

    10213159

    KEY/CS

    RJK508078*002V01

    1

    1

    AM

    C

    N

    36

    10213185

    TAPE

    RJK508007-001V01

    1

    1

    AA

    X

    N

    37

    10213153

    FINDER CASE

    RJK508077*001V01

    1

    1

    AC

    X

     

    Notes :

    *1 Floppy disk is bundled. Q- Quantity per unit R- Rank

     

    — 29 —

    N

    Item

    Parts

    Code

    Parts

    Name

    Specification

     

    QTY

    Price

    R

    Remark

     

    EX-Z110

    EX-Z120

    Code

    N

    38

    10214194

    LCD ASSY

    TK-RJK508080*001

     
    • 1 B

    1

    CW

       

    N

    39

    10214195

    PCB ASSY/MAIN

    TK-RJK508172*001

    • 1 A

    0

    DK

    N

    39

    10214209

    PCB ASSY/MAIN

    TK-RJK508174*001

    • 0 A

    1

    N

    40

    10213163

    CONDENSER

    DZ-2R5D704NG4T

    • 1 AM

    1

    C

    N

    41

    10213180

    TAPE

    RJK508015-001V01

    • 1 AA

    1

    X

    N

    42

    10214262

    LABEL/RATING

    RJK508153-007V01

    • 1 AE

    0

    X

    EU/US

    N

    42

    10214263

    LABEL/RATING

    RJK508153-008V01

    • 1 AE

    0

    X

    Except EU/US

    N

    42

    10214264

    LABEL/RATING

    RJK508153-011V01

    • 0 AE

    1

    X

    EU/US

    N

    42

    10214265

    LABEL/RATING

    RJK508153-012V01

    • 0 AE

    1

    X

    Except EU/US

    N

    S1

    10213123

    SCREW

    RJK506113-009V01

    • 4 AA

    4

    X

    S2

    10081372

    SCREW

    RJK502836-001V01

    • 6 AA

    6

    X

    S3

    10153183

    SCREW

    RJK502836-003V01

    • 1 AA

    1

    X

    N

    S4

    10213195

    SCREW

    S-3PBT-1.4X4.0 NI

    • 1 AA

    1

    X

    S5

    10170415

    SCREW

    RJK506541-001V01

    • 3 AA

    3

    X

    N

    S6

    10213117

    SCREW

    S-3PBT-1.4X2.5NI

    • 2 AA

    2

    X

    N

    S7

    10213123

    SCREW

    RJK506113-009V01

    • 2 AA

    2

    X

    N

    S8

    10213195

    SCREW

    S-3PBT-1.4X4.0 NI

    • 1 AA

    1

    X

    FU140

    10175616

    FUSE

    ERBSD0R50U

    • 1 AA

    1

    C

    FU101

    10128795

    FUSE

    FCC10132ABPA

    • 1 AA

    1

    C

    FU100

    10128794

    FUSE

    FCC10162ABPA

    • 1 AA

    1

    C

     

    ACCESSORIES

     

    N

    -

    10222759

    CD-ROM

    CK807DCA01R

     
    • 1 0

     

    C

     

    N

    -

    10222760

    CD-ROM

    CK808DCA01R

    • 0 1

    C

    N

    -

    10213366

    AV CABLE

    TYX0094-110107

    • 1 AJ

    1

    C

    N

    -

    10213365

    USB CABLE

    TYX0096-110107

    • 1 AI

    1

    C

    N

    -

    10092256

    BATTERY/ALKALINE

    LR6G/2SK

    • 1 B

    1

    AE

    1set: 2pcs

    -

    10187367

    STRAP

    ST-K872-S

    • 1 AB

    1

    X

     

    Notes :

    Q-

    Quantity per unit

     

    R- Rank

    30

    PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

    EX-Z110: MAIN PCB (TOP VIEW)

    FU140 — 31 —
    FU140
    — 31 —

    EX-Z110: MAIN PCB (BOTTOM VIEW)

    FU101 FU100
    FU101
    FU100

    — 32 —

    EX-Z120: MAIN PCB (TOP VIEW)

    FU140 — 33 —
    FU140
    — 33 —

    EX-Z120: MAIN PCB (BOTTOM VIEW)

    FU101 FU100
    FU101
    FU100

    — 34 —

    EX-Z110: MAIN PCB (1/3)

    SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

    CCD-BUS CCD-BUS VCC3.3A VCC3.3 VCC1.2 VCC1.8 MOTOR-BUS MOTOR-BUS PW-BUS 8BIT-BUS 8BIT-BUS <VCCX1>=ASIC I/O 3.3V <VCCX2>=ASIC I/O
    CCD-BUS
    CCD-BUS
    VCC3.3A
    VCC3.3
    VCC1.2
    VCC1.8
    MOTOR-BUS
    MOTOR-BUS
    PW-BUS
    8BIT-BUS
    8BIT-BUS
    <VCCX1>=ASIC
    I/O
    3.3V
    <VCCX2>=ASIC
    I/O
    1.8V
    GND
    GND
    MOTOR-BUS
    KEY-BUS
    EVCC3.3
    VCC1-1
    CCD-BUS
    C213
    B0.1u
    C214
    LCD-BUS
    B0.1u
    1005
    1005
    STROBE/LED-BUS
    CENDN,CHG,CHG_ICNT,G-LED,IGBTCNT,R-LED,SELFLED
    CENDN,CHG,CHG_ICNT,G-LED,IGBTCNT,R-LED,SELFLED
    SD-BUS
    FPC
    KIN6
    SW-EVCC3.3
    KIN5
    VCC3.3D
    VCC3.3D
    VCC3.3D
    CN200
    9pin
    FH19S-9S-0.5SH(45)
    VCC1.2D
    VCC1.2D
    VCC1.2D
    R280
    F51k
    1005
    1
    BEST-SHOT
    R281
    F20k
    1005
    2
    EASY
    VCC1.8D
    VCC1.8D
    VCC1.8D
    C225
    73
    48
    R282
    F6.8k
    1005
    B0.01u
    P120/INTP0
    AVSS
    3
    AAE
    1005
    74
    47
    PSCK
    C228
    SW-EVCC3.3
    AV/USB-BUS
    P42
    P10/SCK10/TXD0
    4
    SW-EVCC3.3
    B0.1u
    R230
    75
    46
    R283
    F51k
    C226
    1005
    COMP_OUT1
    P13/TXD6
    5
    SAE
    B0.01u 1005
    100k
    1005
    76
    45
    PSIN
    R284
    F20k
    1005
    1005
    COMP_OUT2
    P11/SI10/RXD0
    6
    MANUAL
    C227
    B0.1u
    77
    44
    PSOUT
    R285
    F6.8k
    1005
    VLC_RTC
    IC200
    P12/SO10
    7
    VOICE-MEMO
    1005
    R231
    78
    43
    PWCTL5
    R286
    F110k
    1005
    IC
    P16/TOH1/INTP5
    8
    UPD78F8011
    MOVIE
    R235
    R234
    10k
    1005
    R232
    79
    42
    R287
    F110k
    1005
    PORT_IN
    P17/TI50/TO50
    9
    REC
    F160k
    F56k
    100k
    PWCTL4
    1005
    80
    41
    1005
    1005
    PORT_OUT
    P15/TOH0
    R210
    100k
    81
    8
    84
    82
    79
    75
    71
    67
    63
    59
    55
    52
    50
    49
    40
    C230
    TO DIAL-SW
    AGND
    P53
    B0.01u
    82
    39
    1005
    COMP_REF2
    7
    85
    83
    80
    76
    72
    68
    64
    60
    56
    53
    51
    48
    P52
    Top_View
    1005
    C231
    B0.01u
    83
    38
    COMP_IN1
    P50
    1005
    R237
    R236
    84
    6
    86
    87
    81
    77
    73
    69
    65
    61
    57
    54
    47
    46
    37
    NC_5
    NC_3
    CDHD
    CDTI
    C232
    B0.1u
    253
    168
    F36k
    F82k
    85
    36
    P147/CDHD
    P130/TXD0
    1005
    1005
    AVDD
    5
    88
    89
    90
    78
    74
    70
    66
    62
    58
    45
    44
    43
    NC_2
    1005
    PDN
    254
    167
    CHG_ICNT
    86
    35
    PWCTL1
    P37/ATGPLS0
    P16/TB06/TA11
    COMP_IN2
    P05
    GND
    C233
    C445
    255
    166
    <SDRAM
    >
    87
    4
    91
    92
    93
    10
    14
    18
    22
    26
    30
    42
    41
    40
    34
    AVCC_1
    VDD_8
    COMP_REF1
    P70/KR0
    B0.1u
    1005
    256
    165
    R238
    100k
    88
    B0.01u
    33
    1005
    VSS_42
    P13/TB03/TA14
    RESET
    3
    94
    95
    6
    9
    13
    17
    21
    25
    29
    33
    39
    38
    P32/INTP3
    1005
    R207
    C446
    257
    164
    89
    32
    HALFSHUT
    B1u
    AVGA
    P14/TB04/TA13
    C235
    B0.1u
    P40
    P71/KR1
    1005
    1005
    258
    163
    90
    2
    96
    3
    5
    8
    12
    16
    20
    24
    28
    32
    35
    37
    31
    1k
    ADPTN
    C447
    1005
    AVGB
    P15/TB05/TA12
    P122/X2
    P73/KR3
    B1u
    7
    1005
    259
    162
    91
    30
    AVCC_2
    VSS_28
    P121/X1
    1
    1
    2
    4
    7
    11
    15
    19
    23
    27
    31
    34
    36
    P51
    C236
    VIDEO
    260
    161
    G-LED
    92
    29
    PWCTL2
    EVCC3.3
    AVOUT
    P10/TB00/TA17
    VDD_MAIN
    A
    B
    C
    D
    E
    F
    G
    H
    J
    K
    L
    M
    P06
    R420
    261
    160
    R-LED
    1005
    93
    28
    B1u
    AVSS_1
    P11/TB01/TA16
    /VDD_MAIN
    Top View
    P74/KR4
    R239
    CDVD
    F220
    SELFLED
    1005
    WATCH
    1005
    262
    159
    94
    27
    P150/CDVD
    P12/TB02/TA15
    VDD_LVI
    P75/KR5
    R206
    263
    158
    <VCCX1>
    0
    95
    26
    SHUTSW
    AVOUTB
    VCCX1_6
    SUB_OUT2
    P31/INTP2
    C432
    C237
    1005
    264
    157
    96
    25
    1k
    AVSS_2
    P25/TB15/TA02/SD1DAT3
    REGC_RTC
    P72/KR2
    1005
    LDDAT7
    265
    156
    B0.1u
    1005
    B0.1u
    LDDAT7
    P26/TB16/TA01/SD1WP
    Q200
    266
    155
    CDRST
    DTC144EM
    VSS_43
    P27/TB17/TA00/SD1CD
    267
    R421
    154
    AIREF
    VSS_27
    F3.3k
    HSYNC
    1005
    268
    153
    C431
    1
    P122/LDHD/MONACK4
    P22/TB12/TA05/SD1DAT0
    B0.1u
    LDDAT6
    269
    152
    C240
    X200
    LDDAT6
    P23/TB13/TA04/SD1DAT1
    CH8p
    <VCCX2>
    270
    151
    VA_STBY
    MC146-32.7-9/20
    1005
    VCCX2_3
    P24/TB14/TA03/SD1DAT2
    32.768k
    VBACKUP
    271
    A
    B
    C
    D
    E
    F
    G
    H
    J
    K
    L
    M
    N
    P
    R
    T
    U
    V
    W
    Y
    AA AB AC AD AE
    150
    <
    D-1.2V>
    C450
    1005
    AVR
    VCC_6
    B1u
    VSYNC
    1005
    272
    149
    CHG
    P123/LDVD/MONACK3/SOF
    25
    256
    254
    251
    247
    243
    239
    235
    231
    227
    223
    219
    215
    211
    207
    203
    199
    195
    191
    187
    183
    179
    176
    174
    173
    172
    25
    P20/TB10/TA07/SD1CMD
    C241
    LDDAT5
    273
    148
    MT_RESET
    R242
    CH5p
    0
    LDDAT5
    P21/TB11/TA06/SD1CLK
    GND
    274
    147
    VSS_44
    24
    257
    255
    252
    248
    244
    240
    236
    232
    228
    224
    220
    216
    212
    208
    204
    200
    196
    192
    188
    184
    180
    177
    175
    171
    170
    24
    WP#
    1005
    1005
    F_HOME_DET
    275
    146
    AN00
    VSS_26
    Z_HOME_DET
    276
    145
    AN01
    23
    258
    259
    253
    249
    245
    241
    237
    233
    229
    225
    221
    217
    213
    209
    205
    201
    197
    193
    189
    185
    181
    178
    169
    168
    167
    23
    P114/MTZB1
    LDDAT4
    277
    144
    LDDAT4
    P115/MTZB0
    <
    D-1.2V>
    278
    143
    Z_ENC_DET
    VCC_9
    22
    260
    261
    262
    250
    246
    242
    238
    234
    230
    226
    222
    218
    214
    210
    206
    202
    198
    194
    190
    186
    182
    166
    165
    164
    163
    22
    P116/MTDPLS3
    C451
    279
    142
    <VCCX1>
    AN03
    VCCX1_5
    LENS_TH
    280
    141
    ZOOM_T
    B0.1u
    1005
    AN02
    263
    21
    264
    265
    266
    162
    161
    160
    159
    21
    P112/MTZA1
    LDDAT3
    281
    140
    ZOOM_W
    LDDAT3
    P113/MTZA0
    <
    D-1.2V>
    282
    139
    VCC_10
    20
    267
    268
    269
    270
    158
    157
    156
    155
    20
    RS#
    283
    138
    AN04
    VSS_25
    GND
    C430
    B0.1u
    284
    137
    AN05
    19
    271
    272
    273
    274
    154
    153
    152
    151
    19
    P110/MTFB1
    LDDAT2
    285
    1005
    136
    FOCUS2
    LDDAT2
    P111/MTFB0
    R417
    286
    135
    VSS_45
    275
    276
    277
    278
    18
    150
    149
    148
    147
    18
    R/B#
    287
    VCC1-1
    134
    4.7k
    1005
    EVCC3.3
    AVREF0
    FVCC_1
    LCDCS
    <FLASH
    >
    288
    133
    FOCUS1
    P124/LDCS/TXD3/ATGPLS3
    279
    280
    281
    282
    146
    17
    145
    144
    143
    17
    P106/MTFA1
    EVCC3.3
    289
    132
    FOCUS0
    P120/LDDAT1
    IC400
    P107/MTFA0
    290
    131
    VSS_46
    283
    284
    285
    142
    16
    286
    141
    140
    139
    16
    DSE#
    R252
    R251
    R250
    291
    130
    F13k
    F300k
    F68k
    PRE
    VSS_24
    LCDDI
    292
    129
    P125/LDSTO/RXD3/ATGPLS1
    290
    15
    287
    288
    289
    138
    137
    136
    135
    15
    P102/MTIB1
    1005
    1005
    1005
    293
    128
    IRIS2
    P121/LDDAT0
    P103/MTIB0
    3
    2
    <FLASH
    >
    NC
    VDD
    294
    127
    P419
    FVCC_2
    291
    292
    293
    294
    134
    132
    131
    ASEBRKAK
    14
    133
    14
    ASEBRKAK#
    4
    1
    C452
    VSS
    OUT
    295
    126
    <
    D-1.2V>
    D1
    VCC_5
    296
    IRIS1
    B0.1u
    125
    1005
    D0
    295
    296
    297
    298
    130
    129
    128
    13
    127
    IC250
    13
    P100/MTIA1
    2.0V
    R266
    <VCCX2>
    297
    124
    IRIS0
    4.7k
    S-80820CNNB-B8FT2G
    VCCX2_4
    R8J30224EBGV
    P101/MTIA0
    KIN3
    298
    123
    C425
    VSS_47
    299
    300
    301
    302
    12
    126
    125
    124
    123
    12
    AUDCLK
    1005
    B0.1u
    P260
    299
    122
    D4
    VSS_23
    KIN3
    300
    1005
    121
    D3
    11
    303
    304
    305
    306
    122
    121
    120
    119
    11
    VCC_4
    GND
    301
    120
    <
    D-1.2V>
    D2
    P07/INT7/MTDCPLS2/PLLFBCLK
    <
    D-1.2V>
    302
    119
    VCC_11
    10
    307
    308
    309
    310
    118
    117
    116
    115
    10
    AUDSYNC#
    GND
    303
    118
    <VCCX1>
    D7
    VCCX1_4
    304
    117
    Z_ENC_DET2
    D6
    9
    311
    312
    313
    314
    114
    113
    112
    111
    9
    P06/INT6/MTDCPLS1/PLLCLK3
    305
    116
    <USB D-3.3V>
    D5
    DV33
    306
    115
    C424
    B1u
    VBUS
    VSS_48
    8
    315
    316
    317
    318
    110
    109
    108
    107
    8
    VBUS
    C423
    1005
    307
    114
    D10
    VSS_22
    308
    113
    B1u
    SHUTTER2
    KIN1
    1005
    D9
    7
    319
    320
    321
    322
    106
    105
    104
    103
    7
    P05/INT5/STLGTSIG2/PLLCLK2
    EVCC3.3
    309
    112
    <USB A-1.2V>
    SHUTSW
    D8
    AV12
    C422
    <VCCX2>
    310
    111
    VCCX2_5
    6
    323
    324
    325
    326
    102
    101
    100
    99
    6
    DG33
    1005
    EVCC3.3
    311
    110
    B0.1u
    D13
    VSS_21
    CN201
    VCC5
    312
    109
    15pin
    D12
    327
    328
    329
    330
    337
    98
    97
    96
    95
    5
    5
    AUDAT3
    IMSA-9671S-15Y902
    313
    108
    0.3mm pitch
    D11
    AG12
    314
    107
    DMINUS
    1
    EVCC3.3
    VSS_49
    331
    332
    333
    10
    14
    18
    22
    26
    30
    34
    38
    42
    46
    50
    54
    58
    62
    66
    70
    74
    78
    82
    94
    93
    92
    DM
    P830
    4
    4
    HALFSHUT
    SHUTSW
    2
    315
    106
    G-LED
    3
    HALFSHUT
    D16
    VSS_20
    KIN1
    POWSW
    KIN1
    4
    316
    105
    5
    POWSW
    D15
    334
    335
    6
    9
    13
    17
    21
    3
    25
    29
    33
    37
    41
    45
    49
    53
    57
    61
    65
    69
    73
    77
    81
    85
    91
    90
    3
    AUDAT2
    KIN2
    SELFLED
    6
    317
    104
    7
    GND
    D14
    AG33
    GND
    8
    P831
    <
    D-1.2V>
    318
    103
    DPLUS
    9
    MICIN
    VCC_12
    2
    336
    3
    5
    8
    12
    16
    20
    24
    28
    32
    36
    40
    44
    48
    52
    56
    60
    64
    68
    72
    76
    80
    84
    87
    89
    R273
    2
    DP
    R-LED
    IGBTCNT
    GND
    10
    C453
    4.7k
    319
    102
    11
    IGBTCNT
    C421
    D19
    VSS_19
    CHG
    12
    B0.1u
    320
    1005
    13
    VCC5
    B0.1u
    101
    D18
    1
    1
    2
    4
    7
    11
    15
    19
    23
    27
    31
    35
    39
    43
    47
    51
    55
    59
    63
    67
    71
    75
    79
    83
    86
    88
    1
    P270
    AUDAT1
    CHG_ICNT
    CENDN
    14
    1005
    321
    1005
    100
    KIN2
    15
    CHG_ICNT
    D17
    AV33
    A
    B
    C
    D
    E
    F
    G
    H
    J
    K
    L
    M
    N
    P
    R
    T
    U
    V
    W
    Y
    AA AB AC AD AE
    <USB A-3.3V>
    322
    99
    TO ST/SW
    VSS_50
    DG12
    323
    98
    C420
    Top_View
    D22
    VSS_18
    B0.1u
    324
    97
    D21
    AUDAT0
    325
    1005
    96
    D20
    DV12
    FPC
    <USB D-1.2V>
    <VCCX2>
    326
    95
    KINTB
    VCCX2_6
    (TOP VIEW)
    P04/INT4/PLLCLK1
    R413
    GND
    327
    94
    R414
    100k
    D25
    REFIN
    GND
    328
    93
    F5.6k
    1005
    BCOVER
    D24
    P02/INT2/PLLCLK0_4
    CENDN
    1005
    329
    92
    CENDN
    D23
    P03/INT3/PLLCLK0_8
    CHG
    330
    91
    R415
    47k
    VSS_51
    MRES#
    SELFLED
    1005
    331
    90
    D28
    SAMRES#
    R416
    100k
    332
    89
    BEND3
    1005
    D27
    P01/INT1/PLLCLK0_2
    333
    88
    R412
    100k
    STROBE/LED-BUS
    D26
    VSS_17
    334
    87
    AVDET
    1005
    D31
    P00/INT0/PLLCLK0_1
    335
    86
    P418
    ASEMDO
    D30
    ASEMD0#
    336
    85
    P417
    TRST
    A2/MA0
    TRST#
    337
    R410
    100k
    DUMMY
    1005
    AV/USB-BUS
    AV/USB-BUS
    VCC3.3
    VCC1.8D
    VCC1.8D
    GND
    SD-BUS
    VCC1.2D
    VCC1.2D
    CN800
    VCC3.3D
    4
    SCDA3A0600
    SDDAT3
    L804
    HW680
    1
    SDDAT3
    1005
    SDCMD
    L805
    HW680
    2
    SDCMD
    1005
    8BIT-BUS
    3
    VSS
    4
    VSS
    C800
    5
    VDD
    B0.1u
    1005
    6
    VDD
    AV/USB-BUS
    AV/USB-BUS
    SDCLK
    L800
    HW680
    7
    SDCLK
    1005
    8
    VSS
    SDDAT0
    L806
    HW680
    9
    SDDAT0
    1005
    SDDAT1
    L808
    HW680
    10
    SDDAT1
    1005
    LCD-BUS
    LCD-BUS
    LCD-BUS
    SDDAT2
    L807
    HW680
    11
    SDDAT2
    1005
    SDCD
    12
    SDCD
    VCC15
    R603
    10k
    P800
    13
    VSS
    SDWP
    1005
    14
    SDWP
    VCC3.3A
    SDWP
    C608
    B1u
    25V
    15
    VSS
    R402
    VCC-BL
    VCC15
    1M
    1608
    R615
    SD CONNECTOR
    1005
    C607
    B2.2u
    10V
    1
    VSS
    0
    C602
    B4.7u
    25V
    VVCOM
    2
    1608
    3
    COMOUT
    2012
    2
    1
    1005
    C1+
    4
    D600
    RB521S30
    R604
    0
    1005
    5
    C1-
    10
    X400
    VGL
    6
    8
    R600
    C606
    B4.7u
    25V
    1
    2
    48.0M
    7
    C2-
    GND
    8
    D601
    220
    2012
    P600
    C2+
    8
    FCX-03-CWCS480C
    9
    VDC1
    BLLEDA