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TECHNICAL RESOURCE GUIDE

Spectra III System


Dome Drive Models

DD53TC16, DD53TC16-X, DD53CBW18,


DD53CBW18-X, DD53CBW, DD53CBW-X,
DD53C22, DD53C22-X, DD53M22, AND
DD53M22-X

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SPECTRA III SERIES


TECHNICAL
RESOURCE GUIDE

Pelco Product Support


International
Tel: 1-559/292-1981
Fax: 1-559/348-1120

USA & Canada


Tel: 800/289-9100
Fax: 800/289-9707
globalservice@pelco.com

Information shown in this guide is for reference purposes only


and is not necessarily an exact representation of material or
hardware contained within various Pelco technologies or
products. Part numbers, descriptions, illustrations and so forth
are subject to change without notice or obligation.

This document and the data disclosed herein or herewith is the property
of Pelco and is not to be reproduced, used or disclosed in whole or in part
without the permission of Pelco. All patent, proprietary, design, use,
sale, manufacturing and reproduction rights thereto are reserved by
Pelco.

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Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Equivalent Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Factory Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Product Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Firmware Release Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Software Version 1.22.0063 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Software Version 1.24.0014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Software Version 1.25.0016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Software Version 1.26.0001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Software Version 1.28.0040 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Software Version 1.30.0010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
General Troubleshooting Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Visual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Dynamic Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Final Test and Wrap Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Reserved . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Replacement Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
PA01-0008-00A1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
PA03-0004-5023 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
PA03-0004-00D3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Semiconductor Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
EL2044C - Monolithic Operational Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
EPF10K10A - Embedded Programmable Logic Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
GS1881- Monolithic Video Sync Separator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
IDT71V016 - Static Ram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
LQFP144 - Triple 8-Bit Video ADC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
LT1170CQ#PBF - High Efficiency Switching Regulator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
LM3940 - Low Dropout Regulator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
MAX491EESD - Slew-Rate-Limited, Low-Power Transceiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
MAX3485CSA - Slew-Rate-Limited Transceiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
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Table of Contents
MC1241A - Motion Control Chip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
TEA3718S - Stepper Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
24LC2561 - Serial EEPROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Exploded View of Dome Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
PCB Circuit Board Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11

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Introduction
This service guide contains proprietary information for use by qualified service personnel to service and repair Spectra Series dome drives. The
procedures described in this guide require advanced technical experience and specialized test equipment.

Documentation
This guide contains product specifications, diagrams, schematics, mechanical drawings, and printed circuit board (PCB) drawings. This
information should be used in combination with the test and troubleshooting guide, if applicable.

Equivalent Parts
Only use replacement parts recommended by Pelco.

Factory Repair
Should it become necessary to return a product to Pelco for repair, call 559/292-1981 or 800/289-9100, or e-mail globalservice@pelco.com for
return instructions.

Important Safety Instructions


CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any
servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
The product and/or manual may bear the following marks:
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage constituting a risk of electric shock is
present within this unit.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.

CAUTION:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN.

WARNING: HAZARDOUS MOVING PARTS, KEEP FINGERS AND OTHER BODY


PARTS AWAY.
WARNING: HIGH TOUCH CURRENT. EARTH CONNECTION ESSENTIAL BEFORE CONNECTING SUPPLY

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Product Specifications
GENERAL
Input Voltage

18-30 VAC; 24 VAC nominal

Input Power
24 VAC

25 VA nominal (without heater)


70 VA nominal (with heater)

Fuse

1.25 A

Weight
Unit
Shipping

2.4 lb (1.09 kg)


4 lb (1.81 kg)

Operating Temperature
Surface Mount and Indoor
In-Ceiling
Standard Pendant
Maximum
Minimum
Environmental In-Ceiling and
Environmental Pendant
Maximum
Minimum

32 to 122F (0 to 50C)
(Assumes no wind chill factor)
113F (45C) absolute maximum;
95F (35C) sustained maximum
25F (-4C) sustained minimum
(Assumes no wind chill factor)
140F (60C) absolute maximum;
122F (50C) sustained maximum
-60F (-51C) absolute minimum; prevents icing at sustained minimum of -50F
(-45C); de-ices 0.1 inch (2.5mm) within 3 hours after power-up.

CAMERA/OPTICS
Color (16X)

Day/Night (18X)

Signal Format

NTSC (DD53TC16)
PAL (DD53TC16-X)

PAL (DD53CBW18-X)

Scanning System

2:1 interlace

2:1 interlace

Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
NTSC
PAL

1/4-inch interline transfer CCD

1/4-inch CCD

768 (H) X 494 (V)


752 (H) X 582 (V)

724 (H) X 494 (V)


724 (H) X 582 (V)

>470 TV Lines
>460 TV Lines

>470 TV Lines
>470 TV Lines

Lens

F1.4 (f = 4~64 mm optical)


16X optical zoom, 8X digital zoom

F1.6 (f = 3.8~68.4 mm optical)


18X optical zoom, 10X digital zoom

Zoom Speed (optical range)

1.9/3.6/6.0 seconds

2.9/4.2/5.8 seconds

43 at 4 mm wide zoom;
3 at 64 mm telephoto zoom

51 at 3.8 mm wide zoom;


3 at 68.4 mm telephoto zoom

Automatic with manual override

Automatic with manual override

0.05 lux at 1/2 sec

0.08 lux at 1/2 sec (color)


0.3 lux at 1/60 sec shutter (B-W)
0.013 lux at 1/2 sec (B-W)
0.08 lux at 1/1.5 sec (color)
0.3 lux at 1/50 sec shutter (B-W)
0.013 lux at 1/1.5 sec (B-W)

Horizontal Resolution
NTSC
PAL

Horizontal
Angle of view

Focus
Maximum Sensitivity @35 IRE
NTSC

PAL

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0.05 lux at 1/1.5 sec

NTSC (DD53CBW18)

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Sync System

AC line lock, phase adjustable via remote control,


V-Sync

Internal/AC line lock, phase adjustable via


remote control, V-Sync

White Balance

Automatic with manual override

Automatic with manual override

Shutter Speed
NTSC
PAL

Automatic (electronic iris)/Manual


1/2 ~1/30,000
1/1.5 ~1/30,000

Automatic (electronic iris)/Manual


1/2 ~1/30,000
1/1.5 ~1/30,000

Iris Control

Automatic with manual override

Automatic with manual override

Gain Control

Automatic with manual override

Automatic/OFF

Video Output

1 Vp-p, 75 ohms

1 Vp-p, 75 ohms

Video Signal to Noise

>50 dB

>50 dB

Day/Night (23X)

Color (22X)

Black-White (22X)

Signal Format

NTSC (DD53CBW)
PAL (DD53CBW-X)

NTSC (DD53C22)
PAL (DD53C22-X)

EIA (DD53M22)
CCIR (DD53M22-X)

Scanning System

2:1 Interlace

2:1 Interlace

2:1 Interlace

Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
NTSC
PAL

1/4-inch CCD

1/4-inch EXview HAD CCD

1/4-inch EXview HAD CCD

724 (H) X 494 (V)


724 (H) X 582 (V)

768 (H) X 494 (V)


752 (H) X 582 (V)

768 (H) X 494 (V)


752 (H) X 582 (V)

>470 TV Lines
>470 TV Lines

>470 TV Lines
>460 TV Lines

>500 TV Lines
>500 TV Lines

Lens

F1.6 (f = 3.6~82.8 mm optical)

F1.6 (f = 4~88 mm optical)

F1.6 (f = 4~88 mm optical)

Zoom

23X optical, 10X digital

22X optical, 12X digital

22X optical, 12X digital

Zoom Speed (optical range) 2.9/4.2/5.8 seconds

2.4/3.9/6.3 seconds

2.4/3.9/6.3 seconds

Horizontal

54 at 3.6 mm wide zoom;

47 at 4.0 mm wide zoom;

47 at 4.0 mm wide zoom;

Angle of view

2.5 at 82.8 mm telephoto zoom

2.2 at 88 mm telephoto zoom

2.2 at 88 mm telephoto zoom

Focus

Automatic with manual override

Automatic with manual override

Automatic with manual override

0.08 lux at 1/2 sec (color)


0.3 lux at 1/60 sec shutter (B-W)
0.013 lux at 1/2 sec (B-W)

0.02 lux at 1/2 sec shutter

0.005 lux at 1/2 sec shutter

Horizontal Resolution
NTSC
PAL

Maximum Sensitivity
@35 IRE
NTSC/EIA

PAL/CCIR

0.08 lux at 1/1.5 sec (color)

0.02 lux at 1/1.5 sec shutter

0.005 lux at 1/1.5 sec shutter

Sync System

Internal/AC line lock, phase adjustable


via remote control, V-Sync

Internal/AC line lock, phase adjustable


via remote control, V-Sync

Internal/AC line lock, phase adjustable


via remote control, V-Sync

White Balance

Automatic with manual override

Automatic with manual override

Shutter Speed
NTSC
PAL

Automatic (electronic iris)/Manual


1/2 ~1/30,000
1/1.5 ~1/30,000

Automatic (electronic iris)/Manual


1/2 ~1/30,000
1/1.5 ~1/30,000

Automatic (electronic iris)/Manual


1/2 ~1/30,000
1/1.5 ~1/30,000

Iris Control

Automatic Iris Control with manual


override

Automatic Iris Control with manual


override

Automatic Iris Control with manual


override

Gain Control

Automatic/OFF

Automatic/OFF

Automatic/OFF

Video Output

1 Vp-p, 75 ohms

1 Vp-p, 75 ohms

1 Vp-p, 75 ohms

Video Signal to Noise

>50 dB

>50 dB

>48 dB

Wide Dynamic Range

80X

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Firmware Release Notes


The following are released firmware bug fixes for Spectra III.

SOFTWARE VERSION 1.22.0063


1. Added support for the 274R series of cameras. The changes that were made should be transparent to the end user. The models that are
supported are: VK-S274R, VK-S274ER, VK-K274R and VK-K274ER.
2. Changed the default value for the AUTO IRIS LEVEL menu setting from 58 to 66 for 274R series cameras with firmware version 1.1 or
greater. This was done to match the change to the default that Hitachi made internally in the camera.
3. Improved brownout recovery. Before this fix was made a unit could freeze while the brownout recovery code was running. This would
occur if the camera was not generating vertical sync (meaning that no vertical interrupts were occurring). This happened because the
send_to_camera function called do_critical_stuff which in turn called routines that attempted to communicate with the PMD. However the
communication with the PMD requires vertical interrupts in order to work.
4. Changed the D protocol query command (0x45) to return the DD53xxx model number of the dome. Previously the erroneous string PG530060-S4 was returned.
5. Changed the way camera_type is set (this is transparent to the end user).
6. Added Camera item to the System Information/Additional Menu. The camera item identifies the model and version of camera that is
installed. The format for this item is MMTE-VVVV, where
a.

b.

MM indicates the model of the camera. Possible values are

30 934 camera

01 274 camera

05 274R camera

B1 454 camera

T indicates the type of camera. Possible values are

0 NTSC

1 PAL

2 EIA

3 CCIR

c.

E indicates the eeprom version of the camera

d.

VVVV indicates the firmware version of the camera

7. Implemented a fix for CAR 030131 (preset labels become confused after bicycling). Background:
a.

b.

After bicycling a dome, the first time a preset is acquired, it is adjusted to compensate for the new camera. After it is adjusted, it is
re-saved in the database. When it is re-saved, its label is re-saved as well. However due to an error in the software, under some
circumstances a label other than its original label could be saved. Those circumstances are:

A new preset was created from a keyboard prior to the existing preset going through the compensation process

A new preset was created via the menus prior to the existing preset going through the compensation process.

In these cases the label of the new preset will become the label of any existing presets that are called and that must go through the
adjustment process.

8. This version is based on version 1.20.0085.

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RELEASE NOTES, continued

SOFTWARE VERSION 1.24.0014


1. Added support for the 454R model cameras. The changes that were made should be transparent to the end user. The models that are
supported are: VK-S454R, VK-S454ER. All previous camera models are still supported.
a.

Note: the first two characters of the CAMERA item on the System Information/Additional menu page will be 41 if either of the
new cameras is installed.

b.

The default value for the AUTO IRIS LEVEL menu item has changed from 84 to 91 for domes that have the VK-S454ER camera
installed. Domes that have the VK-S454E (non R) cameras still default to 84.

2. This version of software is based on version 1.22.0063.

Additional Information #1:


There is no official release of version 1.23. That version was mainly used for pressurized Spectra beta testing. Also, some versions of 1.23 may
have been passed on to customers by Tech Sales.

Additional Information #2:


Installed a VK-S454R camera in a dome that was running version 1.22.0063 software. That version of software does not support that model camera. Heres what I found while testing the unit:
PTZ operated normally.
The power on message showed as PELCO SPECTRA III. The SE was missing.
On the system information menu, the Dome Drive Model was listed as DD53?.
The Alarms menu item appears twice on the Dome Settings menu.
The Zoom Limit item appears 3 times on the Camera menu.

SOFTWARE VERSION 1.25.0016


1. Added support for pressurized features. If the software detects a pressurized back box, the pressurized features become active in the
software. If the software does not detect a pressurized back box, the pressurized features are not visible.
2. Fixed a problem where proportional pan would sometimes not work correctly after the D go to zoom or go to magnification commands
were used.
3. Added PELCO to the title bar of the main menu. The title bar now reads PELCO SPECTRA III.
4. Added support for the 454R series of cameras. (These changes are also in version 1.24.0014).
5. Fixed a potential problem where random data in e-squared could be recognized as a language module. This was discovered as result of
using the e-squared that is normally used for storing foreign language modules as storage for the sensor data log. If this problem occurs all
strings are displayed as L1.
6. Fixed a problem in the Portuguese translations where was inadvertently used in place of (O with a tilde).
7. Version 4.01 of the language modules is part of this release. They need to be loaded if any foreign language support is needed. NONE OF
THE PREVIOUSLY RELEASED LANGUAGE MODULES WILL WORK WITH VERSION 1.25.0016 OF THE SOFTWARE.
8. This version is based on version 1.22.0063.

Engineering Notes:
1. Incorporated smaller xprintf module in the BIOS.
2. Fixed problem with debugf outputting a null at the end of each line of debug.
3. I2C communication routines were changed due to the need to communicate with the PIC on the pressurized back box.
4. Font version 3.03 is needed in order for all foreign language translations to display correctly.

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RELEASE NOTES, continued


5. Remapped characters in the SpecStr utility to use Unicode. This was done to simplify SpecStr and as a step toward the implementation of
support for Chinese menus. This change also necessitated the need to add 12 Cyrillic characters to the font. Previously these characters
were mapped to characters in the English alphabet.
6. When D protocol go to pan and go to tilt commands are executed, the speed at which the dome moves varies with the distance to the
destination. The speed is recalculated 20 times/sec as the dome approaches the destination. Also added new speed tables. (@7/9/2003).
THESE CHANGES ARE NOT A PART OF THE OF THE RELEASED SOFTWARE.
7. Changed the D go to zoom command such that other D protocol commands can be received while zooming is in progress. THESE
CHANGES ARE NOT A PART OF THE OF THE RELEASED SOFTWARE.

SOFTWARE VERSION 1.26.0001


1. Added alarm functionality change from SMR 03-189 (make the priorities work as described in the manual). (ECR 9567)
2. Added a call to the clear screen function following the brown out logic. This fixes the problem of white dots all over the screen that
occurs on power up with some 454R cameras.
3. Modified alert.c so that it can be used in the Spectra application and in the back box diagnostics. This was done by the addition of the
BBDIAG conditional.
4. Removed the pat_read_complete variable from pattern.c. It was not used.
5. Changed so that if the password is enabled, the user will need to supply the password in order to delete a preset. (ECR 9535)
6. Modified circbuf module to fixed problem with extra characters being displayed under some circumstances (see CAR 031210).
7. Added fix for problem where unit would not respond while D protocol go to zoom position command was executing. (Confirmed with John
Ellenberger that this is ok to do).
8. Fixed problem in alarms where if the same alarm occurred twice in a row, the alarm label would not be displayed the second time. Note
that this only occurred if the alarm label display was not set to Constant.
9. Fixed problem where alarms 6 and 7 were not reported correctly in D protocol responses on units with pressurized back boxes.
10. D protocol alarm response now returns a debounced alarm image instead of the raw image.
11. Added D protocol extensions for Everest.

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a.

Opcode 0x01, sub-opcodes Nack and Ack

b.

Opcode 0x75, Everest Macro Opcode with Sub-opcodes below

0x00 Query azimuth zero offset cmd

0x01 Query azimuth zero offset response

0x02 Set zoom limit cmd

0x03 Query zoom limit cmd

0x04 Query zoom limit response

0x05 Query alarms cmd

0x06 Query alarms response

0x07 Delete pattern cmd

0x08 Set manual left pan limit cmd

0x09 Set manual right pan limit cmd

0x0A Set scan left pan limit cmd

0x0B Set scan right pan limit cmd

0x0C Query limit cmd

0x0D Query limit response

0x0E Enable/diable limit cmd

0x0F Query defined presets cmd

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0x10 Query defined presets response

0x11 Query defined patterns cmd

0x12 Query defined patterns response

12. Removed the ack_alarm variable from alarm.c. The code was not having any effect on how the alarms were processed.
13. Modifications to support new VK-S934(E)R lead free Hitachi cameras.
14. This version is based on version 1.25.0016.

SOFTWARE VERSION 1.28.0040


Reason for Release: ECR 10749 made 2 bug fix requests. Also there has been increasing demand for more presets. There have been miscellaneous bugs found during ExSite test that also apply to Spectra III.
1. ECR 10749 requested for preset labels to be cleared from Spectras internal buffer after a preset set command is processed. This will
prevent unwanted labels from being associated with a preset when the user doesnt specify a label. So from now on preset set commands
that are preceded by label defining commands will create a preset with a label, and preset set commands that are not preceded by label
defining commands will create a preset without a label.
2. ECR 10749 also requested in increase in the zoom timeout that is applied when the Spectra gets a single RS-422/RS-485 zoom command.
For a low speed zoom, the Spectra needs at least 8 seconds to go from one zoom extreme to another. So the software now waits 8 seconds
before timing out. In the previous revision the software waited 5 seconds.
3. Added support for presets 100 to 150. At the moment theres not many head-ends that support presets above 99, but this is a simple
change to make in most matrix systems.
4. Changed the white balance settings to range from 0 to 511 with no gaps in between. Version 1.27.0007 used a setup where you had 512
settings spread out over 896 settings. Now every one of the 0 to 511 settings has a white balance setting directly associated with it. Also
the D Protocol document will be updated to show this.
5. Corrected a bug associated with entering the Spectra backdoor password. Confirmation text would stay on the screen when you cancelled
programming a preset, pattern or zone.
6. Fixed the way the line lock command gets processed when you increment/decrement a given number of steps. Similarly the white balance
increment/decrement command had the same problem.
7. Fixed a minor bug where the Spectra would go outside of manual limit stops to get to a preset.
8. Fixed a bug associated with preset custom camera settings. When auto-focus is disabled in the custom camera settings for a preset,
sometimes the presets zoom will be inaccurate when the preset is called.
9. There was a minor problem with the shutter speed not being updated in global RAM when a user sent the shutter speed command. So a
user could send a shutter speed change and the camera would be updated, but the menu display for the shutter speed was not being
updated. This is now fixed.
10. There were some miscellaneous camera features that were not being saved to EEPROM when a command to update them was sent. The
camera features referred to are: auto-iris on/off, BLC on/off, shutter speed and line sync phase.
11. To avoid excessive writes to the EEPROM, a 10-second delay after a command is received is now being applied. So if a user is sending an
auto white balance command over and over again to scroll through settings for example, the setting wont be saved to EEPROM until 10
seconds after the user is done scrolling.
12. Corrected an off-by-one error when sending Spectra III to a pan/tilt position then reading back the position.
13. Corrected how Spectra III goes to an out-of-range tilt position above the +2 degree position (above 2 degrees over the horizon). In version
1.27.0007 if you told Spectra III to go to the +2.1 degree position, it would go to the 92 degree position. The expected response is to round
the position down to +2 degrees.
14. Changed the Spectra specification to allow running back-to-back patterns. So a user can now run pattern 1 then run pattern 2 without
having to halt pattern 1.
15. Corrected camera model checks in the source code that caused inconsistent IR filter functionality.

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Known Bugs:
Spectra is running out of RAM space. There are known bugs associated with the dynamic allocation of RAM. Places where this problem is visible
include the label positioning menu and the language selection menu. If there are window blanking windows defined, the 2 menu items mentioned may or may not work. If a user selects the language to be used and positions labels before defining window blanking windows, then the
menus will work.

SOFTWARE VERSION 1.30.0010


Reason for Release: ECR 12267 requested to fix an Everest bug that came about after the additional presets were added. The code that
reports the number of defined presets (via an Everest D Protocol command) was not updated in the 1.28.0040 code. This is now fixed. A couple of
other bugs were addressed in this release.
1. Spectras use of dynamic RAM was improved to prevent some scenarios where Spectra would reset.
2. A recent request in an SMR is being put in the Production release. The request is to save the iris setting of the camera just before running
a pattern when in manual iris mode. The request also says to use the auto-iris setting just before running a pattern when Spectra is in autoiris mode. This way every time the pattern runs/repeats, Spectra will use an iris setting specified by the user. The spec. Spectra was
following up till now is to use the cameras default iris setting every time a pattern sequence is started.
3. Another change requested from the Everest group was added in this release. The request is to make the transmit lines on Spectra III RS-485
capable. This fixes problems with 2-way command traffic on a Spectra daisy chain. In the old software not all of the Spectras in a daisy
chain could respond to the head end due to electrical problems associated with RS-422 communication.

Known Bugs:
In this release there is one known bug. The set pan position command currently doesnt go around manual limit stops to get to a pan position.
This will be fixed in the next release.

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3-5

General Troubleshooting Guidelines


The purpose of this section is to provide a consistent and standard method of bringing service and repair to a variety of Pelco technologies. By
applying this approach toward service and repair of Pelco equipment, the time it takes to complete repairs is shortened, the cost of service to
customers and Pelco through warranty claims is reduced and repair services rendered are assured as accurate without the likelihood of repeat
failure incidents.
Pelco Service Center personnel that will be inspecting, testing, diagnosing, calibrating and servicing Pelco equipment shall follow this procedure.
This procedure serves as a uniform and top down approach toward warranty and post-warranty repairs but does not apply specifically toward
hardware, firmware, or software performance or quality updates, nor does this procedure apply to calibration methods prescribed in other support documentation.
Within the procedure below, the step sequence of visual inspection, static inspection, and dynamic inspection are followed in this order.

Procedures
VISUAL INSPECTION
1. Pre-service and repair assessment must include a unit level overview to determine what external factors might explain or contribute to a
cause of unit failure. Moreover, for purposes of clarity, a unit failure is that which constitutes an observable defect or fault in unit function,
performance, reliability, safety or regulatory compliance (e.g. CE, FCC, cUL, NOM, TUV, as applicable).
2. Before a unit chassis is opened for internal examination and diagnosis, a Service Engineer must determine what damage or conditions
could exist to explain a defect that a customer may have described. More specifically, hardware or fabricated components such as
enclosures, latches, lenses, interface connectors and so forth could give immediate observable evidence as to a cause of failure or defect.
3. To determine the warranty period status of a unit in service, a Service Engineer must obtain both the build date of the unit manufactured
and in some cases customer purchase date of the unit itself. The unit manufacture date is often indicated by Julian date code within the
units serial number. If a serial number does not follow a Julian date code format to indicate manufacture date, the customers purchase
date must be provided by either sales receipt or invoice. The duration and terms of Pelco warranties are as published in Pelco publications
or at its website.
4. Once the warranty or post-warranty period status is validated, charges and estimates are applicable for services rendered to Pelco or the
customer, respectively. As the warranty status of the unit in service is somewhat determined by the condition and use of the application, a
warranty assessment cannot be provided until a unit is examined as to the cause of failure. A Service Engineer must rule out any possibility
of misuse, neglect, or intentional damage brought to the unit. Once its determined that the cause of failure is from an irregularity in
production workmanship or a short-term design defect, then the units coverage is honored by Pelco for the warranty duration and terms
specified.
5. As a Service Engineer begins work on the unit in service, he works from the outside and goes inward to determine cause(s) of failure to
bring about a total correction. Complimentary to that approach, getting a customer description of the failure or defect is necessary and
important to implement an effective repair. Whats more, it is necessary to obtain a customer failure description to replicate the problem
description and to generalize what steps to take to repair the unit in service.
Since customers want unit repairs to be done correctly in the shortest time and at the lowest expense possible, it is also necessary to fully
assess the functional status and fitness of a unit in service. This means that a customer description that might lead to a remedy is not
enough to bring about an effective repair. A Service Engineer must get a brief full unit assessment to repair a unit, or to inform a customer
whats involved in repair work.
6. After the external condition of a unit in service is examined, and a possible faulty operational status is confirmed by test, a Service
Engineer then opens the chassis or enclosure of the unit and continues a visual examination. No power or signal is applied to the unit in
service at this time. A survey of the following must be completed as a unit is opened and before a Service Engineer.

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a.

Unit is properly assembled as per Pelco Service Manuals, Exploded View Diagrams, or Mechanical Assembly Drawings.

b.

Connectors are terminated and well seated.

c.

Wiring cables and harnesses are properly wrapped and well stowed.

d.

Ensure there are no loose or foreign objects within the unit.

e.

Ensure there is no evidence of contamination, oxidation or corrosion.

f.

Main and peripheral assemblies, as well as their components are anchored and well secured.

g.

Check for printed circuit board (pcb) or component hot spots to indicate overheating.

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h.

Look for burned out components as indicated by heat stress or surrounding carbon deposits.

i.

Check for discolored, deformed, cracked, broken or damaged components or assemblies.

j.

Ensure that all components in place are of their proper size and fit. Look for improperly stuffed components by polarity, value, lead
insertion, or prep.

k.

Look for any evidence of prior repair attempts.

l.

From the physical evidence of damage by visual observation, list-out and replace components that become necessary for repairs. If
under post-warranty conditions customer approval is necessary, be prepared to estimate the costs of repairs and reverse service
through retained damaged parts if necessary. Removed post-warranty parts are returned to the customer unless otherwise specified.

STATIC INSPECTION
1. Once a visual inspection is completed for the unit in service, the next step is to generally measure the collection of active and passive
components surrounding the observable damage by visual inspection, or around the circuitry and hardware involved with the customers
fault description.
2. With a unit schematic available to cross-reference what SMT or through-hole component values and measurements should be, follow
these points of inspection. No power or signal is applied to the unit in service at this time. This is a fast sweep approach toward passive
and active component measurements using a Digital Multimeter or other more applicable hand tools.
a.

Measure in-circuit resistance values. Check for open circuit readings across carbon-composition resistors. Check for changes in value
among metal oxide or flameproof resistors. Take into account changes in networked resistance values and lift component leads for
measurement only if necessary.

b.

Measure for in-circuit inductor continuity. Watch for open ferrite beads, broken coil leads or open transformer windings (both primary
and secondary).

c.

Measure for out-of-circuit capacitance values only for those capacitors that are suspect as having a defect due to proximity of
surrounding component damage. Do not sweep measure capacitors through individual out-of-circuit measurements.

d.

Measure for in-circuit PN junctions of diodes, transistors, LEDs, and other simple junction based semiconductors. Verify proper
forward and reverse voltage drops across junctions as per the device type under test. Watch for parallel shorts or low resistance
values that could affect direct voltage drop measurements.
This is again is a survey of components in a sweeping fashion with respect to their circuit position as indicated by corresponding
Pelco schematics or service manuals.

e.

Briefly check for mechanical integrity of motors, drives and belts if applicable.

f.

Verify and correct for proper mounting and placement of fans, gaskets, seals, and inserts.

g.

Verify solvents, lubricants, adhesives and thermal compounds are in place as applicable.

DYNAMIC INSPECTION
1. While both visual inspection and static measurements often yield immediate results as to how repairs are completed, sometimes these two
approaches in sequence do not go far enough to correct a functional problem that lead to a more complete repair. So after both visual and
static inspection points are followed, it is now necessary to apply power and signal to a unit under test.
2. Pelco products are either powered by an AC supply or a DC supply. So this brief outline covers both approaches toward power-up or a
power cycle event.
a.

AC: While there are fuses and circuit breakers often in place to protect a unit in service from further damage upon failure, sometimes
the current draw from that failure could dwell at an excessive level to cause immediate or long-term damage. Even while a fuse
replacement or circuit breaker reset establishes ac connectivity, there still could exist an excessive ac current draw condition that
leads to further damage or repeat failure.
Its for these reasons that AC supplied Pelco equipment should be powered via a ramped up ac voltage through a variable transformer
(Variac) of the correct voltage and operating frequency (0-230VAC; 50Hz / 60Hz). While this voltage ramp-up slowly and gradually
occurs at the hand control of a Service Engineer, ac current draw is monitored through a meter to determine if a fault remains. When
an excessive ac current draw condition is alleviated, it is then that a low voltage drop out level is monitored for the unit under test as
well. When AC is fully applied to a unit under test and that unit is stable at its 100V, 120V or 230V supply, a series of additional
measurements can begin to take place.

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b.

DC: At times there may be a need for a high current (0-10A) dc supply to ramp up voltage to a unit under test. As the input DC voltage
is increased by the hand control of a Service Engineer, the power supply dc current is monitored to ensure there is no excessive
current draw to be concerned about. Sometimes its sufficient to directly apply an external inline dc power supply (wall-wart) to a unit
under test. However, there are risks with this practice and it should be avoided. Its better to have all the proper fittings for Pelco
equipment where dc voltages are applied to units while at a service workstation.

3. Once a units power supply is up and stable, a Service Engineer probes for dc voltage carry-through at key points throughout a design. More
specifically, from the power supply source through added filtering, regulation and attenuation, assembly voltage levels, rail voltages, and
bus voltages are measured and verified for presence. The first order of test involves the need to verify that 48Vdc, 24Vdc, 12Vdc, 5Vdc and
3.3Vdc voltage references are in place and accounted for. These voltages are present with respect to chassis or safety ground, or some
other specified reference level.
Whenever its determined that a reference or supply voltage is missing or off in level, it then becomes necessary to isolate the components
a section at a time to determine the origin of the fault. This occurs by working backwards from the point of measurement error to the nodes
that shares that supply point. Where safe and reliable, each node branch is then either further isolated to determine what new active
voltage measurements to take and to partition what components might be involved in a repair.
Occasionally, what leads to unit failures is a missing voltage supply point because of a power supply failure, or faulty component(s) loading
on that power supply. The task then is to identify the faulty component(s) that load or draw the power supply down. In the proximity of this
supplied branch there are components such as integrated circuits, or active and passive electronics that are probed and replaced that serve
as the point at which a repair is achieved. The progressive approach here is to isolate the apparent supply or circuit-loading fault to a local
group of parts subject to fast and easy replacement.
4. After its verified that supply voltages are present or returned at proper levels, a Service Engineer can then begin to probe for faulty signal
throughput or handshaking. Signal types to probe and measure can either be digital or analog. And each type requires separate attention as
outlined here.
a.

Audio / Video (Line) Signals:


From the external input of a signal, whether its a camera lens, or an input terminal, the place to begin pick up of signal transfer occurs
right at the termination point after the units system interface. Analog cameras, or line level equipment that propagate signals through
circuitry to some predefined output must cascade in stages within a design. A Service Engineer examines the signal position and
strength as it passes from one component and/or section to the next until there is a loss or adverse change of signal transfer. From
that point the intercepting component or local group of components that affect the measurement are then further examined and
qualified for replacement.

b.

Control / Data Signals:


Within an assembly that is supported by a component architecture involving hardware such as microcontrollers, memory devices,
processors and A/D and D/A converters, it becomes important to monitor signals with respect to their relationships with one another.
Clock signals derived by timers or crystals must be probed to verify their presence. Thereafter, signal conditioning or wave shaping
devices such as inverters or down-counter devices must then be probe points to ensure that microcontrollers, microprocessors, DSPs,
or other clock dependent peripheral devices are driven appropriately. In conjunction with properly applied dc supply voltages to this
digital hardware, clock signals must be rendered intact.
Analog signals that are converted to a digital representation must be measured with proper equipment to ensure that signal storage
and manipulation by instruction or software command takes place. It is often enough to probe and measure a signal in its digital
domain with a multi-channel DSO or analyzer to verify it is in place and that changes are happening based upon some stimulus.
Serial or network communication transceivers, whether via external UTP or Fiber should be probed or monitored with appropriate
equipment to verify signal presence. Working backwards from a transceiver, a Service Engineer can pick up how a network or digital
signal should transfer throughout an assembly to verify proper operation. Where by locale a signal interruption becomes observable,
there are components in that proximity that either qualifies for further testing or replacement.
Sizeable multilayer motherboards largely populated with digital surface mount devices are sometimes embedded within their host
PCB. Moreover, it is sometimes necessary to consider the economic value of an assembly in service against its full replacement value.
Sometimes PCB assemblies are not serviceable by design and it then comes necessary to fully replace what components cannot be
measured or accessed.
Nonvolatile memory devices such as EEProms, MPUs, Flash, FPGAs, GALs, or ASICs are difficult to probe or measure to determine
their integrity. It is and should be enough to ensure that these devices are updated or programmed as necessary before testing and
service begins. When in doubt, these devices should be reprogrammed to the current level of firmware or code they carry.

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FINAL TEST AND WRAP UP


1. As electronic components are collected after repairs are completed, those parts should be rendered available to the customer if there is
desire for their return. At the customers discretion, defective electronic components saved may be properly disposed or recycled by the
Pelco Authorized Service Center.
2. Final Test: As necessary to ensure accurate, timely and complete repair work is accomplished, it is important to run a final test. This test
must first demonstrate that the original fault description was remedied and that the unit is fit for use through the remainder of its useful
life. After corrective testing is done, the Service Engineer must also apply a general test procedure to verify proper operation. This
procedure must include a series of steps that demonstrate a units adherence to product specifications for current production models and
reliability stress tests such as mechanical and thermal shock to reveal intermittencies or uncovered defects. It is sometimes important to
apply unique and limited stress testing to a customer described unit fault; specifically for the purpose of finding if the introduced repair is
robust and fully effective.
3. Clean up: After repairs and reassembly, every unit serviced must be wiped down and cleaned with a nonconductive and nonabrasive
cleanser such as a diluted Simple Green solution.
4. Wrap Up: Cables must be tie-wrapped and outside fasteners and connectors must be secured to avoid scratches, damage, or undue loss of
parts. Units after service should be wrapped or protected with a nonconductive cover. All materials returned to the service center with the
unit in service must be returned to the customer at the time service is completed (e.g. manuals, cables, connectors, etc.)

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Replacement Parts List


ITEM NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

BX00-0909-0922

G-BOX, SPECTRA 3 & 4 DOME DRIVES

BX01-3412-1526

G-NP-POLYBAG, SPECTRA DOME DRIVES

BX01-4909-0907

G-INSERT, TOP CAP, SPECTRA DOME DRIVE

BX01-4909-0908

G-INSERT, BTTM CAP, SPECTRA DOME DRIVE

C2445M-E

RP -MANUAL, DD53CBW DOME DRIVE(11/05

C2448M

G-MANUAL, SPECTRAIII SAFEGRDS/WARN

C2472M-A

G- RP- MANUAL, DOME DRIVE QSG(12/05)

CD-SPECTRA-LV1

***PHZ*RP-CD, SPCTRAIII RESRCE(5-06

CF01-0901-0610G

G-CABLE, FLAT FLEX, 1MM, 9CON, 6.1 INCH

DB00-0012-4085

G-DRVBLT, .08"P, 85T, .125"W, THK PLYCR

DB00-0018-4120

G-BELT, .08"P, 120T, .187"W, THK PLYCRD

IE16-3535-0006G

G-1/4", NTSC, 23X, HI-RES, AF, VK-S454R

IE16-3535-0006G

DD53CBW (Model DD53CBW only)

IE164535-0006G

DD53CBW-X (Model DD53CBW only)

IE16-3535-0005G

DD53C22 (Model DD53CBW only)

IE16-3535-0008G

DD53CBW18 (Model DD53CBW only)

IE164535-0008G

DD53CBW18-X (Model DD53CBW only)

IE16-1535-0002G

DD53M22 (Model DD53CBW only)

IE16-535-0002G

DD53M22-X (Model DD53CBW only)

IE16-3535-0007G

DD53TC16 (Model DD53CBW only)

IE16-4535-0007G

DD53TC16-X (Model DD53CBW only)

MF00-5560-001A

G-LINER, DOME DRIVE, 35X, SP4

G-PLYMR, ABS/PC, BLK, ADD, UL94, PER OZ

MF00-5561-016A

G-STP MTR .9D, SP4, INJ MOLD, W/PULLEY

MF00-5561-100A

G-ASSY, TILT LEG SPECTRA3 PLUS

ML56-0106-0000

G-RAW MATERIAL, 316L STAINLESS STEEL

ML56-0205-0000

G-NONEXPENSED TICONA CELCON M90 BLK

ML52-0703-1102

MF00-7050-002B
ML56-0205-0000
MF00-7050-003C
ML52-0703-1102
MF00-7050-061B
ML52-0203-0100
MF01-5780-001B
ML08-0505-0002
MF06-7050-189B

G-BASE, PAN BEARING, DOME DRIVE, SP3

G-NONEXPENSED TICONA CELCON M90 BLK

**G-*PHZ*RP-RD ENCLOSURE, DOME DRIVE

G-PLYMR, ABS/PC, BLK, ADD, UL94, PER OZ

**G-LATCH, DOME DRIVE, MOLDED, SPECTRA

G-POLYMER, ACETAL, BLACK, UL94 PER OZ

G-RP-TOP PLATE DOME DRIVE

G-RP-ALUM., COIL, .050THK, 7.00WD, X IN

G-TRIP BRKT, TILT SWITCH TOOLED

ML47-2020-4441

G-CLDRLL COIL W/PNT LOC, 2.75" WIDE

OD06-0211-1001G

G-OPTICAL SWITCH, SLOTTED, PCB, SINGLE

OL01-1022-048A

G-LABEL SET, 5 PC, SP3 DOME DRIVE

PA01-0008-00A1

OBS -USE DD53KIT WHEN OUT, SP3 PS X4

G-HDR, BD STACKER, .050C, .160HT, 8X2P

CN02-1212-6208G
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REFERENCE

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REPLACEMENT PARTS, continued


ITEM NUMBER

6-2

QTY

DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE

CP06-0251-1337G

G-CAP, ALUM ELEC, RDL, 10X16, 50V, 33OUF

C11, C17, C34

CP51-0211-2015G

G-NP-CAP, CER, 0805, X7R, 10V, 20%, 1UF

C10, C29, C30

CP51-0212-2472G

G-NPCAP, CER, 0805, X7R, 100V, 4700PF

C23

CP51-0251-1821G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0805, NPO, 50V, 820PF

C1, C24, C32

CP51-0251-2104G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0805, X7R, 50V, 0.1UF

C16

CP51-0251-2473G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0805, X7R, 0.047UF50V

C12

CP51-0351-3103G

G-NPCAP, CER, 1206, Z5U, 50V, 0.01UF

C14-C15

CP51-0422-2104G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 1210, X7R, 200V, 0.1UF

C33

CP51-0551-3474G

G-NP-CAP, CER, 1812, Z5U, 50V, 0.47UF

C8

CP51-0551-3684G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 1812, Z5U, 50V, 0.68UF

C13, C31

CP51-2625-6104G

G-NP-CAP, CER, SMT, 0603, Y5V, 0.1UF

C18-C22

CP55-0911-0226

G-NPCAP, TANT, 3528, 10%, 10V22UF

C7, C27

CP55-1125-0226G

G-NP CAP, TANT, SMT, 7343, 25V, 22UFTR

C4-C6

CP55-1160-0107

G-CAP, TANT, SMT, 7343, 6.3V, 10%, 100UF

C28

CP58-1916-0477G

G-NPCAP, ELEC, SMT, 8X10, 16V, 470UF TR

C25

CP58-1925-0337G

G-NPCAP, ELCT, SMT, 8X10, 25V, 330UF TR

C2-C3

CP5_-1111-0107

**G-NPCAP, TNT, SMT, 7343, 10V10%,

C26

DO50-0500-0099G

G-NPDIODE, SMT, SOT23, BAV99, HICOND, UF

D15

DO51-1000-0120G

G-NP DIODE, SMT, RECTIFIER, MURS120T3

D10

DO51-1000-0340G

**G-PHZ*RP-DIODE, SMT, MBRS340, SCHOTT

D12, D6-D8

DO52-0900-0140G

G-NP-SCHOTTKY RECT, SMT, SMB, MBRS140

D11

DO52-1001-0100G

G-NPDIODE, SMT, SMC30BQ100SCHOTTKYRE

D1-D4

DO53-0702-5232G

G-NPDIODE, ZEN, SNT, SOD123, MMSZ5232BT

D14

DO53-0900-5927G

G-NPDIODE, SMT, ZENER, 1SMB5927BT3

D9

DO53-0900-5929G

G-NPDIODE, SMT, ZENER, 1SMB5929BT3G TR

D5

IC19-0908-1431G

G-NPIC SMT SOIC08 LT1431PRGR VOLTRE

U3

IC19-0908-1963G

**G-NP - IC, SMT, SOIC8, LT1963, 1.5A

VR1

IC19-1503-3940G

G-NPIC SMT, VOLTAGE REG 3.3V, 1A, LM39

VR3

IC19-2105-1170G

**G-PHZ*RP-VOLTREG, SMT, QPACK, 40V, 5

VR2

IC20-0906-0026G

G-NPIC, SMT, 4N26, OPTOCOUPLER

U1

PC01-0008-00A0

***PHZ*DB-RP-SPECTRAIII, PWR SUP BRD

RS50-0112-1002

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 1% 10K

R22-R23

RS50-0122-0104G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5% 100K TR

R10

RS50-0122-0105G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W 5% 1M TR

R13

RS50-0122-0221G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 220 OHMTR

R20

RS50-0122-0331G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 330 OHM

R7, R15

RS50-0122-0471G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 470 OHM TR

R9

RS50-0223-0910

**G-*PHZ*RP-RES, SMT, 1206, 5%1/4W, 91

R6, R21

RS50-0323-0470G

G-NPRES, SMT, 1210, 1/4W, 5%, 47 OHM

R24, R1-R2

RS50-1119-1003G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0603, 1/10W, 1%, 100K OHM

R4

RS50-1119-1502

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0603, 1%, 1/10W, 15K

R5

RS50-1214-100Y

G-NPRES, SMT, WW, 2012, 1/2W1%, 1.00 OHM

R19

XF02-0202-0002

***PHZ*DB-RP-XFMR/INDUCTR, SMT, TT

T1
SMSP3DD (07/07)

REPLACEMENT PARTS, continued


ITEM NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE

XF53-51_7-2205G

G-NP-INDUCTOR, SMT, PM43, 2.2UH

L4

XF53-5_55-1006G

G-NP-INDUCTOR, SMT, 1812, 550MA, 10UH

L3

ZHHTSNKD2PAKG

**G-*PHZ*RP-HEATSINK, SMT, D2PAK, (CMT

VR2

OBS - REPLACED BY PA03-0004-5024

OBS - REPLACED BY IC91-0001-0134

OBS - REPLACED BY PG91-0001-0134

OBS - RPLCD BY BH51-0045-0134

OBS - REPLACED BY FW00-0170-0134

SPECTRA III LANG FILE V4.04 WIN

BH51-0046-0404

SPECTRA III LANG BIN/HEX V4.04 WIN

FW00-0212-0404

SPECTRA III LANG SOURCE V4.04 WIN

PA03-0004-5023
IC91-0001-0131
PG91-0001-0131
BH51-0045-0131
FW00-0170-0131
PG91-0002-0404

PG91-0003-0404

SPECTRA III LANG FILE #2 V4.04 WIN

SPECTRA III LANG. #2 BIN/HEX V4.04

SPECTRA III LANG. #2 SOURCE V4.04

RP - SPECTRA III PRGM FPGA SPROM IC

IC63-0108-1441G

G-IC, CONF EPROM, DIP8, 3.3V, EPC1

PG93-0100-0200

RP - PROGRAM SD53 FPGA V2.00

BH53-0171-0200

RP - SD53 PROGRAM V2.00

FW00-0171-0200

RP - SD53 SOURCE V2.00

BH51-0047-0404
W00-0217-0404
IC93-0100-0200

PA03-0004-00D3

U16

RP- PC ASY, SPCTRA III, RCVR/DRVR BRD

CN02-1213-2102G

G-CONN, CT HDR, 2 POS, 2 MM

P2

CN02-1213-2104G

G-CONN, CT HDR, 4POS, 2MM

P8

CN02-2221-0204G

G-CONN, 1C, ELEV SKT, GOLD PINS 4X2

SW4

CN02-2223-1111G

G-CONN, FML, PC MT ST, 2MM, SROW, 11P

P9, P10

CN02-2412-2208G

G-NP-HDR, SMT, STR, .050C, FEM, DROW, 16P

P4

CN02-2423-2207

G-NP-CONN, HDR, SMT.079C, STR, FEM, 7X2

J3

CN13-3223-2211

G-CONN, DRAWER, 22POS., AMP

P9/P10

CN14-0335-1201G

G-CON, PHJCK, 8-POS, VER, LOW NO FLANGE

J1

CP51-0211-2015G

G-NP-CAP, CER, 0805, X7R, 10V, 20%, 1UF

C5

CP51-0212-1221

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0805, NPO, 100V, 220PF

C6

CP51-0212-1560

G-RP-CAP, CER, SMT, 0805, NPO, 100V, 56PF

C80, C81

CP51-0212-2472G

G-NPCAP, CER, 0805, X7R, 100V, 4700PF

C95-C102

CP51-0251-1470G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0805, NPO, 50V, 47PF

C82

CP51-0251-1821G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0805, NPO, 50V, 820PF

C87-C94

CP51-0351-1272G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 1206, NPO, 50V, 2700PF

C141

CP51-0551-3474G

G-NP-CAP, CER, 1812, Z5U, 50V, 0.47UF

C7

CP51-2625-6104G

75

G-NP-CAP, CER, SMT, 0603, Y5V, 0.1UF

C134, C137, C139, C140, C107108, C109-C124, C1-C3, C17C51, C53-C60, C62-C68

CP51-2651-1270G

G-NP-CAP, CER, SMT, 0603, NPO, 50V, 27PF

C13-C16

CP51-2651-2102G

11

G-NP-CAP, CER, SMT, 0603, X7R, 50V1000PF

C69-C79

CP51-2651-2103G

G-NPCAP, CER, SMT, 0603, X7R, 50V, 0.01UF

C125, C144, C8-C12

CP54-1416-0106G

G-NP CAP ELECT SMT 4X5 16V 10UF TR

C135, C129-C133

SMSP3DD (07/07)

6-3

REPLACEMENT PARTS, continued


ITEM NUMBER

6-4

QTY

DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE

CP54-1735-0336G

G-NP CAP ELECT SMT 6X6 35V 33UF TR

C4

CP54-1816-0221G

G-NP CAP, SMT, 6.3X8MM, 16V, 220UF TR

C103-C106

CP54-1925-0337G

G-NPCAP, ELECT, SMT, 8X10, 25V, 330UF

C83-C86

CP55-1125-0226G

G-NP CAP, TANT, SMT, 7343, 25V, 22UFTR

C52

DO17-0016-4301G

G-LED, THT, T-1, RED/GRN, 4301F1/5

CR1

DO50-0500-0914G

G-NP, DIODE, SMT, SWITCH, MMBD914LT1 TR

D1-D2

DO50-0700-0914G

16

G-NPDIODE, SMT, SOD123, MMSD914

D3-D18

DO59-0500-0012G

G-NPDIO, TVS, SMT, SOT23, 12V, UNI/BI-DI

D22, D23-24

DO59-2500-0001G

G-NPDIODE, SMT, SOD323, TVS, BIDIR, 350W

D21

FD01-0821-2505

**G-NP-CRYSTAL, SMT, ABLS, 25.0000

Y2

FD01-0821-4004

G-NPCRYSTAL, SMT, ABLS, 4.0000MHZ

Y1

IC07-0914-0004G

G-NP-IC, SOIC14, 74HC04A, HEXINV T&R

U26

IC07-1920-0541G

G-NPIC, SOIC20W, 74HC541 BUFF TR

U27

IC07-2705-0704G

G-NPIC, SMT, SOT23-5, ST04 SNGL INVRTR

U13

IC09-0916-0232G

G-NPIC, SMT, SIOC16, MAX232A, DL RS-232

U30

IC09-3005-0014G

G-IC, SMT, SOT23-5, INV, CSHM, MC7S14M5X

U2-U3, U31-U32

IC09-3005-7005G

G-NPIC, SMT, SOT23-5, NC7S00M5X, 2-NAND

U4

IC15-0908-2044

G-NP-IC, SMT, SOIC08, LPWR OP-AM

U8

IC16-0908-0393G

G-NP-IC, SMT, SOIC8, LM393 VLT DULCMPR

U19

IC16-1014-0319G

G-NPICSMTSOIC14LM319DUALCOMPARAT

U6

IC20-0906-0026G

G-NPIC, SMT, 4N26, OPTOCOUPLER

U9

IC21-3204-8114G

G-NPIC, SMT, SOT-143, MIC RESET CIR

U11

IC22-0920-3718G

*G*PHZ*RP-NPICSMT, SOIC20W, TEA3718S

U22-U25

IC26-0908-3485G

G-NPIC, SMT, SOIC8, 3.3V, RS422/485HDXR

U20-U21

IC27-3005-0132G

G-NPIC, SMT, SOT23-5, 74VHC1G132, 2NAND

U36

IC31-1114-4066G

G-NPIC, SMT, TSSOP, 74HCT4066, QDBILL

U7, U10

IC44-0908-1881

G-IC, SMT, SOIC8, GS1881 VIDEO SYNC

U1

IC44-17_3-1010

G-IC, PLD, SMT, TQFP144, EPF10K10A, 3.3V

U15

IC50-0844-0001G

G- EOL -IC, PLCC, MOTION CONTROL CHIP

U17

IC50-0868-1241G

G- EOL -IC, PLCC, MOTION CONTROL CHIP

U18

IC61-23_3-2107G

G-IC, SMT, LQFP144, MICROCNTRLR, 3.3V

U12

IC63-0908-0256G

G-IC, SMT, SOIC8, X24256, SRLEEPROM32X8

U34, U28-U29

IC64-1044-0016G

G-NPICSMT, TSOP44, 3.3VSRAM, IDT71VO16

U14

PC03-0004-00D0

**PHZ*DB-RP-SPCTR3, RCVR/DRVRBRD(CMT

RL02-0312-_512

G-RELAY, THT, SPDT, 0.5A, 12V

K1

RS05-4312-0502

G-NP-POT, SMT, ONE TURN, 1/4W, 5K OHM

R120-R124

RS50-0112-1000

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 1%, 100OHM

R9-R10

RS50-0112-1501G

G-*PHZ*NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/8W1.50K1%

R42

RS50-0112-3922G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 1%, 39.2K

R4, R5, R6, R55

RS50-0112-4321

*G-PHZ*NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/8W4.32K1%

R41

RS50-0112-5110

G-*PHZ*NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 1%, 511O

R44

RS50-0112-5620

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 1%, 562 OHM

R43

RS50-0112-5621

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 1%, 5.62K

R7
SMSP3DD (07/07)

REPLACEMENT PARTS, continued


ITEM NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE

RS50-0112-750X

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805-1/8W, 1%, 75.0 OHM

R45

RS50-0119-1101G

G-PHZ*RP-NP-RESSMT0805, 1/10W1.10K1%

R58

RS50-0119-1182G

G-PHZ-NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/10W11.8K1%

R53

RS50-0119-1402G

G-PHZ*NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/10W14.0K1%

R54

RS50-0119-2211G

G-PHZ*NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/10W2.21K1%

R52

RS50-0119-2741G

G-PHZ*NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/10W2.74K1%

R56

RS50-0122-0000G

26

G-NP, RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 0 OHM TR

R30, R82, R84, R127,


R158-R159, R99-R116, R94-R95

RS50-0122-0101G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5% 100 OHM TR

R160

RS50-0122-0102G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 1K TR

R142-145

RS50-0122-0103G

28

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 10K TR

R28, R50, R152, R165, R167,


R15-R19, R20-R21, R31-R37,
R85-R91, R97-R98

RS50-0122-0104G

12

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5% 100K TR

R83, R166, R65-R74

RS50-0122-0105G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W 5% 1M TR

R63-R64

RS50-0122-0121G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W 5% 120 OHM

R2

RS50-0122-0151G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 150 OHMTR

R11-R14

RS50-0122-0152G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 1.5K TR

R8, R93, R163, R117-R119, R47R49

RS50-0122-0182G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 1.8K OHM

R46

RS50-0122-0201

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 200 OHM

R96

RS50-0122-0202G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W 5% 2K

R156. R25-R27

RS50-0122-0223G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805-1, 1/8W, 5%, 22K T&R

R1

RS50-0122-0224G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 220K

R80-R81, R23-R24, R75-R79

RS50-0122-0240G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5% 24 OHM

R40

RS50-0122-0272G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 2.7K OHM

R57

RS50-0122-0330G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 33 OHM TR

R51, R155, R168

RS50-0122-0391G

G-NPRES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 390 OHM TR

R128-R129

RS50-0122-0472G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 4.7K T&R

R59-R62

RS50-0122-0473G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 47K TR

R29

RS50-0122-0511G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W, 5%, 510 OHMTR

R125

RS50-0122-0752G

G-PHZ*NP-RP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/8W7.5K5%

R130-137

RS50-0129-0272G

G-PHZ*NP-RP-RESSMT0805, 1/10W2.7K, 5%

R38

RS50-0129-0332G

G-NP RES, SMT, 0805, 1/10W, 5%, 3.3K

R39

RS50-0129-0684G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 1/10W, 5%, 680K

R3

RS50-0129-0750G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0805, 5%, 1/8W, 75 OHM

R22, R92

RS50-0222-0563G

**G-*PHZ*NPRES, SMT, 1206, 5%1/8W, 56KO

R138-R141

RS50-0414-250Z

G-NPRES, SMT, 2010, 1%, 1/2W, 0.25 OHM

R147, R149

RS50-0525-0470G

G-NP RES, SMT, 2512, 5%, 1W, 47 OHM TR

R150-R151

RS50-1129-0181G

G-NP-RES, SMT, 0603, 5%, 1/10W, 180 OHM

R126

RS50-1214-200Z

G-NP-RP-RESSMT, WW, 2012, 0.2OHM1/2W1%

R146, R148

SW01-0102-0201G

G-SWITCH, DIP, THRU HOLE, GOLD, 1 POS

SW3

SW12-0202-0208

G-NP SWSMT, PIANO TOGGLE, 8POS, NOMARK

SW1, SW2

SMSP3DD (07/07)

6-5

REPLACEMENT PARTS, continued


ITEM NUMBER

QTY

DESCRIPTION

REFERENCE

TR01-5101-2222G

G-NPTRN, SMT, SOT-23, NPN, MMBT2222A TR

Q2, Q3

TR01-5101-3904G

G-NP TRANS, SMT, SOT-23, NPN, PMBT3904

Q1

TR02-5101-2402G

G-TRANS, SMT, SOT23, HEXFET, N-CH, 20V

Q4

XF03-2_14-2708G

G-INDUCTOR, THT, RDL, .2LS, 2700UH

L1, L2

XF55-0500-1060G

G-NP-FERRITE, SMT, 1206, 600@100M, (CMT

LF1-LF3

SR00-1400-0002G

G-RP-SLIP RING, 14 CIRCUIT, W/PCB ASY

WA01-7054-001B

OBS - NP-WIRE ASSY, 12VDC AXIAL FAN

OBS - USE DD53KIT FOR REPLACEMENT

ZH62-0100-0002

WA01-7054-009A

**G-*PHZ* RP - PUSH-IN FASTENER, NYL

XF06-2213-0131G

G-RECT FERRITE, 0.472X0.669"X0.108"

ZH02-0708-2004

G-NP-SCREW, 2MM X 4MM, TRUSS/PHIL, BLK

ZH14-0945-3008

G-NP-SCREW, FLAT HEAD, TORX, M3 X 8MM

ZH14-2647-3008

G-SCREW, RND HD W/WSHR, TORX, M3 X 8MM

ZH17-0101-1019

G-SOCKET SET SCREW, 10-32X1.25, SS

ZH31-1252-0250

G-STNDOFF, FEMALE, SQ.25X.25X.25BRASS

6-6

SMSP3DD (07/07)

Semiconductor Identification
EL2044C - Monolithic Operational
Amplifier

GS1881- Monolithic Video Sync Separator


COMPOSITE
SYNC OUT

Pin 1 ID

I/O

I/O

1 44 43 42 41 40

GND

INPUT/GCLK1

INPUT/OE1

INPUT/OE2/(GCLK2) (1)

5 4

INPUT/GCLRn

VCC

I/O

I/O

I/O

EPM7064SLC44-10 - Motion Control Chip

cc

ODD/EVEN

VERTICAL
SYNC OUT

RSET

BACK PORCH

IDT71V016 - Static Ram


A4

44

A3

43

A6

A2

42

A7

A5

A1

41

OE

A0

40

BHE

CS

39

BLE

I/O0

38

I/O15

I/O1

37

I/O14

I/O2

36

I/O13

I/O3

10

35

I/O12

VDD

11

34

Vss

Vss

12

33

VDD

I/O4

13

32

I/O11

I/O5

14

31

I/O10

I/O6

15

30

I/O9

I/O7

16

29

I/O8

WE

17

28

NC

A15

18

27

A8

A14

19

26

A9

A13

20

25

A10

A12

21

24

A11

NC

22

23

NC

SO44-1
SO44-2

LQFP144 - Triple 8-Bit Video ADC

(2) I/O /(TDI)

39

I/O

I/O

38

I/O/(TDO) (2)

I/O

37

I/O

GND

10

36

I/O

I/O

11

35

VCC

I/O

12

34

I/O

(2) I/O/(TMS)

13

33

I/O

I/O

14

32

I/O/(TCK) (2)

VCC

15

31

I/O

I/O

16

30

GND

I/O

17

29

I/O

EPM7032
EPM7032S
EPM7064
EPM7064S

COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN

GROUND

EPF10K10A - Embedded Programmable


Logic Family

SMSP3DD (07/07)

I/O

I/O

I/O
I/O

I/O

VCC

GND

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

7-1

LT1170CQ#PBF - High Efficiency


Switching Regulator
5
4
3
2
1

MAX3485CSA - Slew-Rate-Limited
Transceiver

VIN
VSW
GND
FB
VC

RO 1

VCC

RE 2

DE 3

GND

DI 4

DE

LM3940 - Low Dropout Regulator

RO 1

8 VCC
7 B
Rt
6
A
5 GND

RE 2
DE 3
DI 4

DI

B
Rt
A

RO

R
RE

MC1241A - Motion Control Chip


MAX491EESD - Slew-Rate-Limited,
Low-Power Transceiver

61

60

10

14 VCC

N.C. 1
RO 2

RE 3

12 A

DE 4

11 B

DI 5
GND 6
GND 7

CP

13 N.C.

(Top view)

10 Z
D

N.C.

44

26

27

43

4, 22, 33
DE
4

VCC

VCC RE

9
DI

Y
Rt

VCC

0.1+F

14

10

RO

Z
12 A
RO

Rt

11
B

NC

1, 8, 13
3

6, 7 GND
RE

GND

DE

DI

8
7
2
1
66
65
30
29
24
19
17
16
18
68
67
64
63
62
61

PWMMag1
PWMMag2
PWMMag3
PWMMag4
PWMMag5
PWMMag6
DAC16Addr0
DAC16Addr1
ClkIn
ClkOut
Reset
I/OCntrl0
I/OCntrl1
I/OCntrl2
I/OCntrl3
DACLow0
DACLow1
DACLow2
DACLow3

CP

Data0
Data1
Data2
Data3
Data4
Data5
Data6
Data7
Data8
Data9
Data10
Data11
I/OAddr0
I/OAddr1
I/OAddr2
I/OAddr3
I/OWrite
PosLimit1
PosLimit2
NegLimit1
NegLimit2

60
59
58
57
50
49
46
43
40
39
36
35
28
9
6
5
15
52
45
51
44

GND

3, 34

7-2

SMSP3DD (07/07)

TEA3718S - Stepper Motor

SMSP3DD (07/07)

24LC2561 - Serial EEPROM

7-3

THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

7-4

SMSP3DD (07/07)

SMSP3DD (07/07)

8-1

SMSP3DD (07/07)

8-2

SMSP3DD (07/07)

8-3

THIS DOCUMENT AND THE DATA DISCLOSED


HEREIN OR HEREWITH IS THE PROPERTY OF
PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

1
REVISIONS

DESCRIPTION

LAST USED

NOT USED

VIDEO

C146

C61, C126

CONTROLLER

CR1

---

PROG. LOGIC

D24

D19, D20

PMD & CXT UART

J3

---

K1

---

L2

---

ALARM INPUTS/MEMORY & MISC.

ECO NO.

DESCRIPTION

DATE

A0

01-7525

PRODUCTION RELEASE

11/07/01

A1

01-7566

ADD REWORK INSTRUCT.

B0

01-7604

MODIFY PER REWORK

DWN BY CHK BY

APPR

JRC

JS

12/12/01

RG

JS

RG

12/13/01

JRC

JS

RG

YM

B1

02-7701

VALUE & NET CHANGE

01/22/02

JRC

JS

YM

C0

02-7696

EC0 02-7701 CHANGE

01/29/02

JRC

JS

YM

C1

02-7829

VALUE & TRACE CHANGE

03/11/02

JRC

JS

YM
AL

D0

02-7759

EC0 02-7829 CHANGES

03/12/02

JRC

JS

D1

02-8296

CHANGE DIP SWITCHES

09/19/02

RG

JS

JDP

D2

03-9620

01/21/04

JRC

---

RG

D3

05-11570

COST SAVINGS
DO NOT INSTALL J2 & U16
SOCKET. DELETE NOTE 1.

07/29/05

JWW

---

RG

DESIGNATORS

SHEET

COVER

MOTOR DRIVERS

REV

LF3

---

P10

P3, P5, P6, P7

Q4

---

R168

R154, R157, R161, R164

SW4

---

TP29

---

U36

U5

B
+5V

0.1uF
25V
1

14

C121

U26A
2
74HC04A

VIDEO
SH03-0004-00D3_2.SchDoc
CONTROLLER
SH03-0004-00D3_3.SchDoc

13

U26F
12
74HC04A

PROGRAMABLE LOGIC
SH03-0004-00D3_4.SchDoc

UNLESS OTHERW ISE SPECIFIED

PMD & CXT UART


SH03-0004-00D3_5.SchDoc

DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES.


TOLERANCES ARE=
FRACTIONS= -+ 2

MOTOR DRIVERS
SH03-0004-00D3_6.SchDoc

+ 1 DEGREE
+
DECIMALS= xx
- 25
- 5
+
xxx

ANGULAR=
ALARM INPUT/MEMORY
SH03-0004-00D3_7.SchDoc

PRINT DATE
7/29/2005
FRM-4, REV B (12/16/95)

SMSP3DD (07/07)

TIME

3500 PELCO WAY - CLOVIS, CA


(559) 292 - 1981

NOTES:
APPROVALS

1. ALL RESISTORS ARE IN OHMS.

DRAWN

2. RESISTORS ARE 1/4W 5%.

A. LEE

DATE
01/11/01

3. ALL CAPACITANCE IN FARADS.

CHECKED J. SIMPSON

11/07/01

4. ALL DIODES ARE 1N914

APPRV'D

05/10/01

COMPUTER FILE #

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SIZE

NONE

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COVER SHEET

SUPERSEDES
DRAWING NO.

SH03-0004-00D3

8-4

6
R25
2K

-5V

C2 +5VA
0.1uF
25V

R3
680K

/COMP
/VERT
FIELD
/BP

1
3
7
5
4

+3.3V
+5VA
R4
39.2K
1%

GS1881-CKA
C35
0.1uF
25V

C40
DC_RESTORE
2
TP26

VID_SEL
PIX1
PIX0
R38

R28

2.7K

10K

+5VA
+5VA

R29

3.3K

47K

1Z
2Z
3Z
4Z

VCC GND

2K

220K
R41
4.32K
1%
R42

R40
24

10

-5V

VID_SMEAR
V_LEVEL
+5VA

1
13
4
5
8
6
11
12
14

1Y
1E
2Y
2E
3Y
3E
4Y
4E

R43
562
1%
1Z
2Z
3Z
4Z

VCC GND

0.1uF
25V

+3.3V
+5VA
C46

R52

511
1%

2.21K
1%

0.1uF
25V
5

R6
39.2K
1%
R58

R47
1.5K

+5VA
R55
39.2K -5V
1%

R44

UTC

R54
14.0K
1%

U10
C144
0.01uF
50V

75.0
1%
R46
1.8K

1.50K
1%

+5VA
BLK_LEVEL

EL2044C

C43

+5VA

74HCT4066
C36
0.1uF
25V

WHT_LEVEL
R39

14

1Y
1E
2Y
2E
3Y
3E
4Y
4E

11.8K
1%
R45

R24

R156

5
8

U7
1
13
4
5
8
6
11
12

VIDEO_IN

0.1uF
U8
25V

7
9

5.62K
1%

R53

C5

U6B
LM319

10

39.2K
1%
R7

+5VA

-5V

1uF
10V

-5V

R8
1.5K

R5

R23
220K

CVIDIN CSYNCOUT
VSYNCOUT
RSET
O/E
B/BP
VDD
GND

33uF
R22 35V
75

MMBT3904

NC7S14

11

U1

U2

U6A
LM319
CX DATA

12
4

1.10K
1%

Q1

VIDEO IN

SHT3

0.1uF
25V
2
1

C49

R56
2.74K
1%

2700pF
C150V
0.1uF
25V

R1
22K
C4

C34

120

+5VA

+5VA

C141

R2

+5VA

THIS DOCUMENT AND THE DATA DISCLOSED


HEREIN OR HEREWITH IS THE PROPERTY OF
PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

0.1uF
25V -5V

2
3
VIDEO OUT

9
10

DL_VIDEO
7

74HCT4066
C116
0.1uF
25V

VIDEO CIRCUIT
+3.3V
C115

2K

C6
220pF
100V

-24VAC

C7
0.47uF
50V

D1
MMBD914 2

NC

+3.3V

0.1uF
25V
2
1

4N26
C8
0.01uF
50V

R27

2K

R59
4.7K

U3
4

R26

+24VAC

U9

/RST V-COUNT

SHT3

NC7S14

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A
SEE SHEET 1 FOR NOTES
AND APPROVALS
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SUPERSEDES
FILE

DRAWING NO.

SH03-0004-00D3

8-5

R/W

33

A(20..22)
A22
A21
A20

C13
27pF
50V

D(0..15)
+3.3V

CTRL(1..4)
+3.3V
C17

C14
0.1uF
25V
+3.3V

89
88
84
82
79
75
72
71

FAN
SDA
SCK

56
57
58
61

R93
SERIAL DATA (ALM6)
SERIAL CLK (ALM7)

52
1.5K 53
54
55

ICOC23
ICOC22
ICOC21
ICOC20

113
112
115
114
103

+5V

C19

3
1

SW3

D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8

12
15
16
17
20
21
22
25

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

23
24
26
28
29
47
49
50

59
116
117
119
121
122
131
132

MMSD914
DP2

D9
CTRL3

MMSD914
B2

D5
CTRL1

MMSD914
DP3

D10
CTRL3

MMSD914
B3

D6
CTRL1

MMSD914
DP4

D11
CTRL3

MMSD914
B4

D7
CTRL2

MMSD914
DP5

D12
CTRL4

MMSD914
B5

D13
CTRL2

MMSD914
DP6

D16
CTRL4

MMSD914
B6

D14
CTRL2

MMSD914
DP7

D17
CTRL4

MMSD914
B7

D15
CTRL2

MMSD914
DP8

D18
CTRL4

MMSD914
B8

CTRL4
CTRL3
CTRL2
CTRL1
DIP4
DIP3
DIP2
DIP1

39
40
41
42
43
46
48
51

C9
0.01uF
50V

C11
0.01uF
50V

C12
0.01uF
50V

R48
1.5K

142
130
138
133
135
143
63

LINE IN
R94
VIDEO IN
TILT_SENSE R95

+ C129
10uF
16V

DE
8

VCC GND

6
7

4
2

+3.3V

DE
8

MAX3485CSA
C120
R98
0.1uF
25V
10K

RE
+3.3V

VCC GND

FRM-4, REV B (12/16/95)

SMSP3DD (07/07)

R162

820

3
C145
0.01uF
50V

C69
1000pF
50V

C26
0.1uF
25V

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

+ C130
10uF
16V

C80
56pF
100V

TILT_AA
TILT_AB
TILT_BA
TILT_BB

C23
0.1uF
25V

+3.3V

ONCE BUS

/DE

C146
0.1uF
25V

TMP36

NC
NC
VOUTSHDN
NC
NC
GND

2
3
5
6
7

0.1uF
25V

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

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SEE SHEET 1 FOR NOTES


AND APPROVALS

SIZE

CONF_DONE

PRINT DATE
7/29/2005

10K

TO SLIPRING

DO NOT INSTALL
J2

TDI
TDO

DO NOT INSTALL

+3.3V

R97

DE2

C27
0.1uF
25V

DIP1
DIP2
DIP3
DIP4
DIP1
DIP2
DIP3
DIP4

0
C25
0.1uF
25V

C22
0.1uF
25V

VS

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16

/TRST

MAX3485CSA

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15

C136

TEMP

SW2
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8

TMS

U33
2

DIP1
DIP2
DIP3
DIP4
DIP1
DIP2
DIP3
DIP4

TCLK

C24
0.1uF
25V

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16

+9V

/TRST
TCLK
TMS
TDI
TDO
/DE

TP17
TP18

RE
+3.3V

TP15

U21

DP1 1
DP2 3
DP3 5
DP4 7
DP5 9
DP6 11
DP7 13
DP8 15

CAM_TX
CAM_RX

C10
0.01uF
50V

U20

0
0
0
0

R68
100K

DL_LED1
DL_LED2
HCMND
DE2
V_LEVEL
AUX1
AUX2
DE1
J3

DE1

R30
R82
R127
R84

R67
100K

DIP(1..4)

+3.3V
RX+
RXTX+
TX-

R66
100K

DP(1..8)

+5V

R96
200

R65
100K

27
30
31
34
35
36
37
38

C20

0.1uF 0.1uF
25V
25V

R49
1.5K

D4
CTRL1

+3.3V

7ST04
+3.3V

TRST
TCLK
TMS
TDI
TDO
DE
TEST

144
1
2
3
4
5
7
10

U13
2

DI
RO

LINE IN

R/W
A22
A21
A20
A19
A18
A17
A16

ICOC13
ICOC12
ICOC11
ICOC10

C119 +5V
0.1uF
25V
4

9
19
33
45
65
77
129
141

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

INT7
INT6
INT5
INT4
INT3
INT2
INT1
INT0

SHT_DWN
DL_CTRL

1% 100
100
1%

OE

MOSI
MISO
SPI_CLK
/SS

R9
R10

MCORE

TXD2
RXD2

ALM6
ALM7

MMSD914
B1

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K

UTC
/TILT_LIMIT
/RST V-COUNT
HSTRDY
/HSYNC
/VERT_INT
CX_INT

D8
CTRL3

R85
R86
R87
R88
R89
R90
R91

95

D31
D30
D29
D28
D27
D26
D25
D24

D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8

VPP
VDDF
VSSF
VSTBY

ALM_EN

TP20
/OE

CS3
CS2
CS1
CS0

MMSD914
DP1

87
74
73
92

81
83
85
86

PQA4
PQA3
PQA1
PQA0

/ALTERA_EN
/CX_EN
/HSEL

EB3
EB2
EB1
EB0

108
109
110
111

96
98
100
101

TP12
TP13
TP14
TP19

TC2
TC1
TC0

PQB3
PQB2
PQB1
PQB0

TP9
TP10
TP11

U12
MMC2107

D23
D22
D21
D20
D19
D18
D17
D16

104
105
106
107

R60
4.7K

67
78
80

MOSI
MISO
SCK
SS

CONF_DONE
/CP_RST

C21
0.1uF
25V

C33
0.1uF
25V

+3.3V

D3
CTRL1

SW1

CSE1
CSE0

90
91
93
94

60
62

TP7
TP16

TXD2
RXD2

TP5
TP6

C32
0.1uF
25V

SHS
TA
TEA

66
68

97
99
102

TXD1
RXD1

R83
100K

C18
0.1uF
25V

RST
RSTOUT

69
70

118
120

VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS

GND

VCC

VDDSYN
VSSSYN

RESET

VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD

MIC8114

MR

EXTAL
XTAL
CLKOUT

VRH
VRL
VDDA
VSSA
VDDH

U11
+3.3V

123
126

125
124
128

P1

C31
0.1uF
25V

DECOUPLING CAPS FOR U12

8
18
32
44
64
76
127
140

1
2

27pF
50V

C30
0.1uF
25V

C29
0.1uF
25V

134
136
137
139
6
11
13
14

DO NOT INSTALL

C28
0.1uF
25V

A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

/ONCE_RST

+ C131
10uF
16V

A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8

R63
1M

Y1

R51

CLK_OUT

DL_EN
GENRAD2
GENRAD1

THIS DOCUMENT AND THE DATA DISCLOSED


HEREIN OR HEREWITH IS THE PROPERTY OF
PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

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THIS DOCUMENT AND THE DATA DISCLOSED


HEREIN OR HEREWITH IS THE PROPERTY OF
PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

RAM_/CS
RAM_/WE
CPADR3
CPADR0
CPCTRL0
CPCTRL1
/RD
/WR

D15

D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7

D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

R100
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107

R108
R109
R110
R111
R112
R113
R114

R99

D(0..15)

+3.3V

A(20..22)
+3.3V

R117
1.5K

NSTATUS
CONF_DONE

R118
1.5K

36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

DATA0

41
6
17

RAM_/CS
RAM_/WE

40
39
11
33

+3.3V

OE
CS
WE
BHE
BLE
VDD
VDD

I/O15
I/O14
I/O13
I/O12
I/O11
I/O10
I/O9
I/O8
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
I/O3
I/O2
I/O1
I/O0

38
37
36
35
32
31
30
29
16
15
14
13
10
9
8
7

A22
A21
A20

DM15
DM14
DM13
DM12
DM11
DM10
DM9
DM8
DM7
DM6
DM5
DM4
DM3
DM2
DM1
DM0

37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72

/HSEL
CX DATA
/CX_EN
HRDY
R115
/OE
/ALTERA_EN
0
DL_CTRL

TP27

/SS

CLK_OUT
NC
NC
NC
VSS
VSS

22
23
28
DOT_EN
12
34

TP28

/COMP
/VERT
/BP
FIELD

IDT71V016
C139
0.1uF
25V

/HSYNC
/VERT_INT
TXD2
RXD2

U15

I/O nCS
I/O CS
I/O nWS
I/O nRS
I/O
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+3.3V
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O DEV_OE
GND
DED. INPUT
GLOBAL CLK
DED. INPUT
+3.3V
I/O DEV_CLRn
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O DATA7
+3.3V
I/O DATA6
I/O DATA5
I/O DATA4
I/O DATA3
I/O DATA2
I/O DATA1

EPF10K10

U16
PIX1
PIX0
VID_SEL
CX_INT
HSTRDY

144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109

CONF_DONE

DCLK
NSTATUS

2
3
7
8

+3.3V

DM15
DM14
DM13
DM12

CS

DATA

DCLKCASC
OE
VCC
VCC GND

1
6

EPC1441
C37

DM11
DM10
DM9
DM8

0.1uF
25V

NOTE:

CPWR

DO NOT INSTALL U16.


INSTALL SOCKET PCW8PD-300.

232_TX
232_RX
CAM_TX
CAM_RX
VID_SMEAR
DM0
DM1
DM2
DM3
DM4
DM5
DM6
DM7

73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108

/CP_RST

I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+3.3V
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O
+3.3V
+3.3V
DED. INPUT
GLOBAL CLK
DED. INPUT
GND
GND
I/O
I/O
+3.3V
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+3.3V
I/O

I/O
nSTATUS
TMS
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+3.3V
+3.3V
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
GND
I/O INT_DONE
I/O
I/O
I/O RDYnBUSY
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O CLKUSER
+3.3V
+3.3V
TDO
nCEO
CONF_DONE
TCK

A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

I/O
nCONFIG
+3.3V
MSEL1
MSEL0
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
GND
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
+3.3V
+3.3V
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
GND
GND
TDI
nCE
DCLK
DATA0

U14
18
19
20
21
24
25
26
27
42
43
44
1
2
3
4
5

AM15
AM14
AM13
AM12
AM11
AM10
AM9
AM8
AM7
AM6
AM5
AM4
AM3
AM2
AM1
AM0

1.5K

TP29

DCLK
DATA0

R119

AM7
AM6
AM5
AM4
AM3
AM2
AM1
AM0

0
+3.3V
/ONCE_RST

AM9
AM8

R116
AM15
AM14
AM13
AM12
AM11
AM10

R/W

AM(0..15)

DM(0..15)
HCMND
SPI_CLK

+3.3V
C140

MOSI
U36
5

/ONCE_RST
DOT_EN
R120

R125

5K
1/8W

+3.3V

R153
5.1K

R168

4
2
3

C82
47pF
50V

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C38
0.1uF
25V

C39
0.1uF
25V

C41
0.1uF
25V

C42
0.1uF
25V

C44
0.1uF
25V

C45
0.1uF
25V

C47
0.1uF
25V

C48
0.1uF
25V

C50
0.1uF
25V

C51
0.1uF
25V

DO NOT
INSTALL

PRINT DATE
7/29/2005

DECOUPLING CAPS FOR U15


FRM-4, REV B (12/16/95)

SMSP3DD (07/07)

DOT_CLK

33

510

+ C132
10uF
16V

0.1uF
25V

SIZE

TIME
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PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

10
11
12
13
14
20
21

DM(0..7)

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

MC1241A
U18

+5V
R126
180

U17

PAN SENSE

R61
4.7K

+5V

0.1uF
25V
2
3

+5V

C70

100K

LM393
4

1000pF
50V

R128
390
U19A
1

R69

SW4

+3.3V

C117

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

13
27
26
29
19
20
21
11

/HSEL
HCMND
/WR
/RD

4
41
7
38

HRDY

34
31
33
2

R71

PAN_SENSE

40
43

100K
C142
27pF
50V
DO NOT
INSTALL

R70
100K

R167

+5V

+5V

10K
C134
0.1uF
25V

+
C135
10uF
16V

3
15
23
35

HD0
HD1
HD2
HD3
HD4
HD5
HD6
HD7
HSEL
HCMND
HWR
HRD
HRDY
HINTR
HRDHRDENHOME1
HOME2
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC

CPD4
CPD5
CPD6
CPD7
CPD8
CPD9
CPD10
CPD11
CPADR3
CPADR0
CPWR
CPCNTRL0
CPCNTRL1
DSOE
CPRDENNC
NC
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

14
25
24
28
16
17
18
12
5
9

CPADR3
CPADR0

52
45
51
44

6
39
36

CPCTRL0
CPCTRL1

16
18
68
67

32
44

24
17

8
37
1
10
22
30
42

28
9
6
5
4
22
33

+5V

PMDLIO

C118
0.1uF
25V

+
C133
10uF
16V

PWMMag1A
PWMMac1B
PWMMag2A
PWMMag2B
PWMMag3A
PWMMag3B

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11

PWMSign1A
PWMSign1B
PWMSign2A
PWMSign2B

POSLimit1
POSLimit2
NEGLimit1
NEGLimit2

DACLow0
DACLow1
DACLow2
DACLow3

I/OCntrl0 DAC16Addr0
I/OCntrl1 DAC16Addr1
I/OCntrl2
I/OCntrl3
CLKIN
RESET

CLKOUT
I/OWrite
PANA
PANB
TILTA
TILTB

I/OAddr0
I/OAddr1
I/OAddr2
I/OAddr3

GND
GND

VCC
VCC
VCC

8
7
2
1
66
65

PAN MAG1
PAN MAG2
TILT MAG3
TILT MAG4

56
55
54
53

PAN DIRA1
PAN DIRB1
TILT DIRA2
TILT DIRB2

64
63
62
61

SHEET 6

30
29

19
15

CPWR

42
38
41
37

PANA
PANB
TILTA
TILTB

3
34

23
25
26
27
31
32
47
48

DM0
DM1
DM2
DM3
DM4
DM5
DM6
DM7

+5V

TO OPTICAL SWITCH

60
59
58
57
50
49
46
43
40
39
36
35

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

CPWR
/CP_RST
+5V

C3
0.1uF
25V

1
4

C15
2
27pF
50V

Y2
25.0000MHz

R64
1M

C16

2.7K

27pF
50V

+3.3V

U4
NC7S00

R57

+5V
R62
4.7K

33
3

R155

R129
390
U19B
TILT_SENSE

6
+5V
C71
1000pF
50V

R72

/TILT_LIMIT

100K

LM393

C143
27pF
50V
DO NOT
INSTALL

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100K

SEE SHEET 1 FOR NOTES


AND APPROVALS

R73
100K

PRINT DATE
7/29/2005
SIZE

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SMSP3DD (07/07)

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SUPERSEDES
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8-8

7.5K

R131
7.5K
C95
4700pF
100V

C96
4700pF
100V

TP1

R12

5K
R31
1/8W
10K

14
17

NC

+5V

C103
220uF
16V

+5V

SHT5

TILT MAG3 R132


7.5K

C104
220uF
16V

7.5K
C97
4700pF
100V

C98
4700pF
100V

C72
1000pF
50V

C73
1000pF
50V

PANB

C75
1000pF
50V

C74
1000pF
50V

10
2
C91

R140
56K

12

820pF
50V
PAN MAG2

R134
7.5K

4
7

R135
7.5K
C99
4700pF
100V

C100
4700pF
100V

TP2

VS A
OUT B

PHASE
OUT A
PULSE TIME
SENSE
COMPARATOR
REF
ALRM OUT
NC
NC

NC

10

SHT5

20

2
R141
56K

14

10K

17
R144
1K

TEA3718S

R148
1%
1/2W
0.2

+5V

12

820pF
50V

+5V

150
5K
R33
1/8W

11
10

C93
R13

+5V

TILT DIRB2

19
R123

74HC04A

SHT5

TILT MAG4 R136


7.5K

13
4
7

R137

18

VS B

11

TILTB

C106
220uF
16V

R151
470
1W

U26E
SHT5

VSS

18
VS B

8
IN0

GND
GND

SHT5

13

C57
0.1uF
25V

+12D

IN1
IN0

7.5K
C101
4700pF
100V

C102
4700pF
100V

TP4

C76

+ C85
330uF
25V

1000pF
50V
C77
1000pF
50V

OUT B

OUT A
PULSE TIME
SENSE
COMPARATOR
REF
ALRM OUT
NC
NC

C58
0.1uF
25V

U25

PHASE

GND
GND

PAN DIRB1

11

C105
220uF
16V

+ C86
330uF
25V

TEA3718S

R147
0.25
1%
1/2W

PANA

5
6

SHT5

+5V

GND
GND

74HC04A

IN1

15
16

VSS

PANB

5
6

SHT5

U26B
4

C60
0.1uF
25V

R143
1K

1
2
3
4

+12D
U24

+5V

10K

17

NC

+5V

C59
0.1uF
25V

5K
R32
1/8W

14

P8

L2
2700uH

+5V

+5V

820pF
C90
50V

R150
470
1W

820pF
C89
50V

TP3

R11
150

ALRM OUT
NC
NC

R121

20

REF

4
7

19

OUT A
PULSE TIME
SENSE
COMPARATOR

13

R133

VS B

8
VSS

PHASE

12

820pF
50V

R142R146
1K 1%
1/2W
0.2
TEA3718S

R139
56K

C87

+ C84
330uF
25V

OUT B

R130

GND
GND

PAN MAG1

NC
NC

10

150

ALRM OUT

4
7

R122

20

REF

5
6

SHT5

13

IN1
IN0

VS A

820pF
50V

+5V

TILT DIRA2

L1
2700uH

19

OUT A
PULSE TIME
SENSE
COMPARATOR

12

9
11

GND
GND

R138
56K

8
74HC04A

PHASE

SHT5

OUT B

15
16

10

C88

IN0

TILTA

C56
0.1uF
25V

U23

NC

TILT_AA
TILT_AB
TILT_BA
TILT_BB

TO SLIPRING

19
R124

20

R14

+5V

150
5K
R34
1/8W
10K

14
17

GND
GND

PAN DIRA1

11

SHT5

GND
GND

+5V

IN1

U26D

+ C83
330uF
25V

5
6

74HC04A
SHT5

VS A

VS B

C54
0.1uF
25V

U22

GND
GND

PANA

15
16

SHT5

VSS

U26C

18

C53
0.1uF
25V

C55
0.1uF
25V

+12D

+5V

+12D
18

+5V

VS A

R145
1K

TEA3718S

15
16

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PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

C78
1000pF
50V

C79
1000pF
50V

+5V

R149
0.25
1%
1/2W

820pF
C94
50V

820pF
C92
50V

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HEREIN OR HEREWITH IS THE PROPERTY OF
PELCO AND IS NOT TO BE REPRODUCED, USED
OR DISCLOSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART WITHOUT
THE PERMISSION OF PELCO. ALL PATENT,
PROPRIETARY, DESIGN, USE, SALE,
MANUFACTURING AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS
THERETO ARE RESERVED BY PELCO.

+3.3V
ALM_EN

SHT3

D(0..7)

SHT3

D
1
G

FAN

Q4

FAN

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

IRLML2402
2

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

TO DRAWER CONNECTOR
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
C107
0.1uF
25V

74HC541

C108
0.1uF
25V

C109
0.1uF
25V

C110
0.1uF
25V

C112
0.1uF
25V

C111
0.1uF
25V

ALM1
ALM2
ALM3
ALM4
ALM5
ALM6
ALM7

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

+12V

C113
0.1uF
25V

VIDEO OUT

C114
0.1uF
25V

+3.3V
ADDRESS "0"

ADDRESS "1'

ADDRESS "2"

+3.3V
1
2
3

+3.3V

WP
SCL
SDA

VCC

VSS

7
6
5

1
2
3

SCK
SDA

4
R163
1.5K

X24256
0.1uF
25V

VCC

VSS

7
6
5

1
2
3

SCK
SDA

S0
S1
S2

WP
SCL
SDA

VCC

VSS

7
6
5

1
2
3

SCK
SDA

S0
S1
S2

WP
SCL
SDA

VCC

VSS

7
6
5

P4

SCK
SDA

+24VAC

+3.3V

600@100M
1A

SHT_DWN

+5V

TP21

+9V

DO NOT INSTALL

TP22

-5V
R50
10K

SM12

TP23

+3.3V

TP24

+12V

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

R92

DL_VIDEO

75

R166
100K

600@100M
1A

LF2
600@100M
1A

232-RXD
232-TXD

J1
D21
SD05C

D23
C125
0.01uF
50V

D24

1
3
2

C127
0.01uF
50V

3
2

C128
0.01uFDO NOT
50V INSTALL

SM12
DO NOT
INSTALL

C63
0.1uF
25V

232_TX

C62
TO DRAWER CONNECTOR
0.1uF
U30
25V 1
C1+
3
C14
C2+
5
C211
10

232_RX

12
9
+3.3V
C123

+5V

SM12

+5V

16

V+

C65
0.1uF
25V

R36

AUX2

10K

Q2
MMBT2222A

+24VAC
-24VAC
MMBD914

+3.3V
V-

T1IN
T2IN

T1OUT
T2OUT

R1OUT
R2OUT

R1IN
R2IN

VCC

GND

6
14
7
13
8

0
R159

R35
10K
R37

AUX1

10K

MMBT2222A
6

15

C67

100

10
G5V-1-DC12

U32
4

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G

0.1uF
25V
2
1

C68
0.1uF
25V

0.1uF
25V

+3.3V
NC7S14
C124

R160

DL_LED2

SEE SHEET 1 FOR NOTES


AND APPROVALS

NC7S14

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SIZE

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+12V

Q3

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

U31

TX+
TXRX+
RXAUX2
RLY NO
RLY COM
RLY NC

K1

R158

0.1uF
25V
2
1

DL_LED1

P10

D2

MAX232A

SMSP3DD (07/07)

TP25

+ C52
22uF
25V

LF1
+12D

DL_EN

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

-24VAC

LF3
+5VA

X24256
C138
0.1uF
25V

X24256
C137
0.1uF
25V

C66
0.1uF
25V

+3.3V

WP
SCL
SDA

X24256

C64
D22

U35

U34

S0
S1
S2

R152
10K

+3.3V

U29

S0
S1
S2

ADDRESS "3'

+3.3V

U28

RJ-45

C81
56pF
100V

SDA
SCK

SHT3

P9

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2

A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1

Y8
Y7
Y6
Y5
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1

C122
0.1uF
25V

19
1

OE2
OE1

1
2

+12V

R165
10K

20

GND VCC

P2

+3.3V

R75
R76
R77
R78
R79
R80
R81
220K
220K
220K
220K
220K
220K
220K

+3.3V

U27
10

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