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ORDER NO. KM41004077CE

ORDER NO. KM41004077CE
ORDER NO. KM41004077CE Telephone Equipment Model No. KX-TG6511FXB KX-TG6511FXF KX-TG6511FXM KX-TG6512FXB KX-TG6512FXF KX-TG6512FXM KX-TGA651FXB KX-TGA651FXF KX-TGA651FXM

Telephone Equipment

Model No. KX-TG6511FXB

KX-TG6511FXF

KX-TG6511FXM

KX-TG6512FXB

KX-TG6512FXF

KX-TG6512FXM

KX-TGA651FXB

KX-TGA651FXF

KX-TGA651FXM

Digital Cordless Phone

B: Black Version F: Light Blue Version M: Metallic Grey Version (for Central Europe)

ORDER NO. KM41004077CE Telephone Equipment Model No. KX-TG6511FXB KX-TG6511FXF KX-TG6511FXM KX-TG6512FXB KX-TG6512FXF KX-TG6512FXM KX-TGA651FXB KX-TGA651FXF KX-TGA651FXM

© Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. 2010 Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 2
KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 2

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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  • 1 Safety Precautions -----------------------------------------------

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  • 1.1. For Service Technicians --------------------------------- 4

  • 2 Warning -------------------------------------------------------------- 4

    • 2.1. Battery Caution--------------------------------------------- 4

    • 2.2. About Lead Free Solder (Pbf: Pb free)--------------- 4

    • 2.3. Discarding of P.C. Board--------------------------------- 5

  • 3 Specifications ----------------------------------------------------- 6

  • 4 Technical Descriptions ----------------------------------------- 7

    • 4.1. Block Diagram (Base Unit)------------------------------ 7

    • 4.2. Circuit Operation (Base Unit)--------------------------- 8

    • 4.3. Block Diagram (Handset)-------------------------------11

    • 4.4. Circuit Operation (Handset)----------------------------12

    • 4.5. Circuit Operation (Charger Unit)----------------------13

    • 4.6. Signal Route -----------------------------------------------14

  • 5 Location of Controls and Components ------------------ 15

  • 6 Installation Instructions --------------------------------------- 15

  • 7 Operating Instructions ----------------------------------------- 15

    • 7.1. For Service Hint-------------------------------------------15

  • 8 Service Mode ----------------------------------------------------- 16

    • 8.1. Engineering Mode----------------------------------------16

    • 8.2. Copying Phonebook Items when Repairing -------20

    • 8.3. How to Clear User Setting------------------------------22

  • 9 Troubleshooting Guide ---------------------------------------- 23

    • 9.1. Troubleshooting Flowchart -----------------------------23

    • 9.2. Troubleshooting by Symptom (Base Unit and Charger Unit) ----------------------------------------------35

    • 9.3. Troubleshooting by Symptom (Handset) -----------39

    • 10 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 43

      • 10.1. Disassembly Instructions -------------------------------43

      • 10.2. How to Replace the Handset LCD -------------------46

  • 11 Measurements and Adjustments --------------------------- 47

    • 11.1. Equipment Required-------------------------------------47

    • 11.2. The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit) -------------47

    • 11.3. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit)---------------------49

    • 11.4. Adjustment Standard (Charger Unit)-----------------50

    • 11.5. The Setting Method of JIG (Handset) ---------------51

    • 11.6. Adjustment Standard (Handset) ----------------------53

    • 11.7. Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal ------------54

    • 11.8. RF Specification-------------------------------------------56

    • 11.9. How to Check the Handset Speaker or Receiver ----------------------------------------------------57

  • 11.10. Frequency Table (MHz) ---------------------------------57

    • 12 Miscellaneous ---------------------------------------------------- 58

      • 12.1. How to Replace the Flat Package IC----------------58

      • 12.2. How to Replace the Shield Case ---------------------60

      • 12.3. Terminal Guide of the ICs, Transistors, Diodes and Electrolytic Capacitors-----------------------------62

  • 13 Schematic Diagram --------------------------------------------- 63

    • 13.1. For Schematic Diagram---------------------------------63

    • 13.2. Schematic Diagram (Base Unit) ----------------------64

    • 13.3. Schematic Diagram (Handset) ------------------------66

    • 13.4. Schematic Diagram (Charger Unit) ------------------68

  • 14 Printed Circuit Board ------------------------------------------- 69

    • 14.1. Circuit Board (Base Unit_Main)-----------------------69

    • 14.2. Circuit Board (Handset)---------------------------------71

    • 14.3. Circuit Board (Charger Unit) ---------------------------73

  • 15 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List ----------- 74

    • 15.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Base Unit) -----------74

  • KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

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    • 15.2. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Handset)------------- 75

    • 15.3. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Charger Unit)------- 76

    • 15.4. Accessories------------------------------------------------ 77

    • 15.5. Replacement Part List ---------------------------------- 78

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 1 Safety Precautions

      • 1.1. For Service Technicians

    Repair service shall be provided in accordance with repair technology information such as service manual so as to prevent fires, injury or electric shock, which can be caused by improper repair work.

    • 1. When repair services are provided, neither the products nor their parts or members shall be remodeled.

    • 2. If a lead wire assembly is supplied as a repair part, the lead wire assembly shall be replaced.

    • 3. FASTON terminals shall be plugged straight in and unplugged straight out.

    ICs and LSIs are vulnerable to static electricity.

    When repairing, the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions.

    • 1. Cover plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil.

    • 2. Ground the soldering irons.

    • 3. Use a conductive mat on worktable.

    • 4. Do not grasp IC or LSI pins with bare fingers.

    • 2 Warning

      • 2.1. Battery Caution

        • 1. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

        • 2. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.

        • 3. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacture’s Instructions.

  • 2.2. About Lead Free Solder (Pbf: Pb free)

  • Note:

    In the information below, Pb, the symbol for lead in the periodic table of elements, will refer to standard solder or solder that

    contains lead. We will use PbF solder when discussing the lead free solder used in our manufacturing process which is made from Tin (Sn), Silver (Ag), and Copper (Cu). This model, and others like it, manufactured using lead free solder will have PbF stamped on the PCB. For service and repair work we suggest using the same type of solder.

    Caution • PbF solder has a melting point that is 50 °F ~ 70 °F (30 °C ~ 40 °C) higher than Pb solder. Please use a soldering iron with

    temperature control and adjust it to 700 °F ± 20 °F (370 °C ± 10 °C). • Exercise care while using higher temperature soldering irons.:

    Do not heat the PCB for too long time in order to prevent solder splash or damage to the PCB. • PbF solder will tend to splash if it is heated much higher than its melting point, approximately 1100 °F (600 °C). • When applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess which may flow onto the opposite side (See the figure below).

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 1 Safety Precautions 1.1. For Service Technicians • Repair service shall be provided in accordance

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    • 2.2.1. Suggested PbF Solder

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    There are several types of PbF solder available commercially. While this product is manufactured using Tin, Silver, and Copper (Sn+Ag+Cu), you can also use Tin and Copper (Sn+Cu) or Tin, Zinc, and Bismuth (Sn+Zn+Bi). Please check the manufacturer’s specific instructions for the melting points of their products and any precautions for using their product with other materials. The following lead free (PbF) solder wire sizes are recommended for service of this product: 0.3 mm, 0.6 mm and 1.0 mm.

    2.2.1. Suggested PbF Solder KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX There are several types of PbF solder available commercially. While this
    • 2.3. Discarding of P.C. Board

    When discarding P. C. Board, delete all personal information such as telephone directory and caller list or scrap P. C. Board.

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

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    Specifications

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 3 Specifications Note: • Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Note for

    Note:

    • Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

    Note for Service:

    Operation range: Up to 300 m outdoors, Up to 50 m indoors, depending on the condition.

    Analog telephone connection: Telephone Line

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    KX-TG6511/6512 BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

    Q8

    • 4 Technical Descriptions

      • 4.1. Block Diagram (Base Unit)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    To TEL_LINE AN T1 Off-Hook Line Voltage 25 R X on 5 18 Burst Encoding AN
    To TEL_LINE
    AN T1
    Off-Hook Line Voltage
    25
    R X
    on
    5
    18
    Burst Encoding
    AN T1
    L1
    Bridge
    Hook
    Switch
    A/D
    Speech Encoding
    Audio
    R X
    n
    6
    16
    3
    Q4,Q5
    2L
    Rect
    D3
    D3
    Burst Decoding
    D/A
    Speech Decoding
    R X
    p
    2
    Analog
    ANT1
    D
    801
    V
    -P
    RDA
    V
    Front
    RF
    DD
    75
    AN T2
    ADPCM
    End
    PLL
    Codec Filter
    XT
    p
    HOOK
    MOD/DEMOD
    77
    4
    23
    9
    AN T2
    R F
    AP
    DSP
    72
    20
    Bell/Caller ID
    78
    XT
    n
    3
    21
    BMC
    Interface
    P
    73
    on
    6
    IC 801
    19
    ESP
    L
    8
    ANT2
    74
    7
    24
    XT
    on
    80
    BELL
    SCL
    57
    CPU
    (Optional)
    EEPROM
    58
    IC401
    SDA
    BBIC
    Charge
    44
    IC7
    X AT L
    XX1 1
    Detector
    9
    Charge
    10.3
    68
    Pump
    M
    H z
    10
    Limit
    CHARGE
    43
    Resistor
    CONTACT
    To AC Adaptor
    2.5V
    CD
    P
    3.0 V
    MCD
    IC2
    Q9
    2.4V
    2.4
    V
    IC3
    Reg.
    1.8V
    1.8
    V
    Reg.

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 4.2. Circuit Operation (Base Unit)

    4.2.1.

    Outline

    Base Unit consists of the following ICs as shown in Block Diagram (Base Unit) (P.7). • DECT BBIC (Base Band IC): IC7

    -

    Handling all the audio, signal and data processing needed in a DECT base unit

    -

    Controlling the DECT specific physical layer and radio section ( Burst Module Controller section)

    -

    ADPCM code filter for speech encoding and speech decoding (DSP section)

    -

    Echo-cancellation and Echo-suppression (DSP section)

    -

    Any tones (tone, sidetone, ringing tone, etc.) generation (DSP section)

    -

    DTMF receiver (DSP section)

    -

    Clock Generation for RF Module

    -

    ADC, DAC, timer, and power control circuitry

    -

    PLL Oscillator

    -

    Detector

    -

    Compress/Expander

    -

    First Mixer

    All interfaces (ex: RF Power Amp, EEPROM, LED, Analog Front End, etc.) • RF Power Amp.: IC801

    -

    -

    Amplifier for transmission and reception

    • EEPROM: IC401

    -

    Temporary operating parameters (for RF, etc.)

    • Additionally,

    -

    Power Supply Circuit (+3.0 V, +2.4 V, +1.8 V output)

    -

    Crystal Circuit (10.368 MHz)

    -

    Charge Circuit

    -

    Telephone Line Interface Circuit

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    • 4.2.2. Power Supply Circuit

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    The power is supplied to the DECT BBIC, RF Module, EEPROM and Charge Contact from AC Adaptor (+6.5 V) as shown in Fig.101. The power supply is as follows; • DECT BBIC (IC7):

    • DC Jack (+6.5 V) IC2 IC7

    • DC Jack (+6.5 V) IC2 Q9 IC7

    • DC Jack (+6.5 V) IC2 Q8 IC7

    • RF Power Amp. (IC801):

    • DC Jack (+6.5 V) IC2 IC801 (Power AMP)

    • EEPROM (IC401):

    • DC Jack (+6.5 V) IC2 IC7IC401

    • Charge Contact (TP16):

    • DC Jack (+6.5 V) R56 R55 D22TP16

    4.2.2. Power Supply Circuit KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX The power is supplied to the DECT BBIC, RF Module, EEPROM

    <Fig.101>

    4.2.2. Power Supply Circuit KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX The power is supplied to the DECT BBIC, RF Module, EEPROM

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 4.2.3. Telephone Line Interface

    <Function>

    • Bell signal detection • Clip signal detection • ON/OFF hook circuit

    Bell & Clip (: Calling Line Identification Presentation: Caller ID) signal detection:

    In the standby mode, Q3 is open to cut the DC loop current and decrease the ring load.

    When ring voltage appears at the L1T (A) and L1R (B) leads (when the telephone rings), the AC ring voltage is transferred as follows; • B L2 C4 R6 R33 IC7 Pin 21 (CID INp) • A L1 C3 R4 R35 IC7 Pin 20 (CID INn) ON/OFF hook circuit:

    In the standby mode, Q3 is

    open, and connected as

    to cut the DC loop current and to cut the voice signal. The unit is

    consequently in an on-hook condition. When IC7 detects a ring signal or press the TALK Key onto the handset, Q4 turns on and then Q3 turns on, thus providing an off-hook condition (DC current flows through the circuit) and the following signal flow makes the loop current. • B L2 D3 Q3 Q5 R21 R22 D3 L1 A [OFF HOOK]

    • 4.2.4. Transmitter/Receiver

    • Audio Circuits and DTMF tone signal circuits. Base Unit and Handset mainly consist of RF Module and DECT BBIC.

    Base Unit and Handset transmit/receive voice signal and data signal through the antenna on carrier frequency.

    Signal Path:

    *Refer to Signal Route (P.14).

    • 4.2.4.1. Transmitter Block

    The voice signal input from the TEL LINE interface goes to RF Power Amp. (IC801) through DECT BBIC (IC7) as shown in Block Diagram (Base Unit) (P.7) The voice signal passes through the analog part of IC7 where it is amplified and converted to a digital audio stream signal. The burst switch controller processes this stream performing encryption and scrambling, adding the various other fields to produce the GAP (Generic Access Profile) standard DECT frame, assigning to a time slot and channel etc. In IC7, the carrier frequency is changing, and frequency modulated RF signal is generated.In IC801,RF signal is amplified, and radiated from antenna. Handset detects the voice signal or data signal in the circuit same as the following explanation of

    Receiver Block.

    • 4.2.4.2. Receiver Block

    The signal of 1900 MHz band (1881.792 MHz ~ 1897.344 MHz) which is input from antenna is input to IC7 as shown in Block Diagram (Base Unit) (P.7). In IC7, the signal of 1900 MHz band is downconverted to 864 kHz signal and demodulated, as GAP (Generic Access Profile) standard DECT frames. It passes through the decoding section burst switch controller where it separates out the frame information and performs de-encryption and de-scrambling as required. It then goes to the DSP section where it is turned back

    into analog audio. This is amplified by the analog front end, and goes to the TEL LINE Interface.

    • 4.2.5. Pulse Dialling

    During pulse dialling the hookswitch (Q3, Q4) is used to generate the pulses using the HOOK control signal, which is set high during pulses. To force the line impedance low during the “pause” intervals between dial pulses, the PULSE_DIAL signal turns on Q2.

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    • 4.3. Block Diagram (Handset)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    RXon 33 5 ANT1 SPEAKER RXn Speech Burst 35 3 Decoding Decoding 15 D/A RXp RECEIVER
    RXon
    33
    5
    ANT1
    SPEAKER
    RXn
    Speech
    Burst
    35
    3
    Decoding
    Decoding
    15
    D/A
    RXp
    RECEIVER
    Speech
    Burst
    2
    DA801
    ANT1
    16
    Encoding
    Encoding
    VDD-PADRY
    19
    75
    A/D
    MIC
    ADPCM
    TXp
    20
    77
    Codec
    RF
    4
    9
    Analog
    PLL
    Filter
    RF PA
    Front
    MOD/DEMOD
    TXn
    78
    3
    End
    DSP
    BMC
    IC801
    Pon
    73
    PSEL
    8
    CHARGE(+)
    74
    7 6
    CHARGE
    32
    CHARGE
    CHARGE
    TXon
    CIRCUIT
    80
    CONTACTS
    CHARGE_CTRL
    31
    Q4, Q9,
    Q4,
    Q9, R7
    R7
    XTAL
    9
    CHARGE(-)
    SCL
    57
    X1
    EEPROM
    10.368
    IC3
    58
    D7
    SDA
    MHz
    10
    BATT+
    BATTERY
    VBAT
    36
    ON SWITCH
    BATTERY
    TERMINAL
    CPU
    44
    BATT-
    R45
    1.8 V
    13
    1.8 V
    LDO_CTRL
    48, 49, 50, 51
    ROWS
    Q2
    CD
    56
    RESET
    66
    KEYPAD
    22, 23, 24, 25, 26
    COLUMNS
    CSB
    63
    LCD
    SDA
    54
    SCL
    55
    BBIC
    Charge
    LCD-BACK LIGHT
    IC1
    Pump
    52
    KEY
    LED
    68
    43
    42
    BELL LED
    CP3.0V CP4.0V
    KX-TGA651 BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 4.4. Circuit Operation (Handset)

    4.4.1.

    Outline

    Handset consists of the following ICs as shown in Block Diagram (Handset) (P.11).

     

    • DECT BBIC (Base Band IC): IC1

     

    -

    All data signals (forming/analyzing ACK or CMD signal)

     

    -

    All interfaces (ex: Key, Detector Circuit, Charge, DC/DC Converter, EEPROM, LCD, RF Power Amp.)

    -

    PLL Oscillator

     

    -

    Detector

    -

    Compress/Expander

     

    Reception • RF Power Amp: IC801

    -

    -

    Amplifier for transmission

     

    • EEPROM: IC3

     

    -

    Temporary operating parameters (for RF, etc.)

     

    4.4.2.

    Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit

     

    Circuit Operation:

     

    When power on the Handset, the voltage is as follows; BATTERY(2.2 V ~ 2.6 V: BATT+) F1 Q2 (1.8 V), IC1-43pin (2.5V) The Reset signal generates IC1 (61 pin) and 1.8 V.

     
     
    4.4.1. Outline Handset consists of the following ICs as shown in Block Diagram (Handset) (P.11). •

    4.4.3.

    Charge Circuit

     

    Circuit Operation:

     

    When charging the handset on the Base Unit, the charge current is as follows; DC+(6.5 V) R56 R55 D22 CHARGE+(Base) CHARGE+(Handset) Q4 D7F1 BATTERY+ BATTERY- R45 GND CHARGE-(Handset)CHARGE-(Base) GND DC-(GND) In this way, the BBIC on Handset detects the fact that the battery is charged. The charge current is controlled by switching Q9 of Handset.

    ...

    Battery

    ...

    Refer to Fig.101 in Power Supply Circuit (P.9).

     

    4.4.4.

    Battery Low/Power Down Detector

     

    Circuit Operation:

     

    “Battery Low” and “Power Down” are detected by BBIC which check the voltage from battery.

     

    The detected voltage is as follows; • Battery Low

     

    Battery voltage: V(Batt)

    Battery voltage: V(Batt) 2.25 V ± 50 mV

    2.25 V ± 50 mV

    The BBIC detects this level and " • Power Down

    The BBIC detects this level and " • Power Down

    " starts flashing.

    Battery voltage: V(Batt)

    Battery voltage: V(Batt) 2.0 V ± 50 mV

    2.0 V ± 50 mV

    The BBIC detects this level and power down.

     

    4.4.5.

    Speakerphone

    The hands-free loudspeaker at SP+ and SP- is used to generate the ring alarm.

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    • 4.5. Circuit Operation (Charger Unit)

      • 4.5.1. Power Supply Circuit

    The power supply is as shown.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    4.5. Circuit Operation (Charger Unit) 4.5.1. Power Supply Circuit The power supply is as shown. KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 4.6. Signal Route

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 4.6. Signal Route 14

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 5 Location of Controls and Components

    Refer to the Operating Instructions.

    Note:

    You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server.

    • 6 Installation Instructions

    Refer to the Operating Instructions.

    Note:

    You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server.

    • 7 Operating Instructions

    Refer to the Operating Instructions.

    Note:

    You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server.

    • 7.1. For Service Hint

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 5 Location of Controls and Components Refer to the Operating Instructions. Note: You can download

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    • 8 Service Mode

      • 8.1. Engineering Mode

        • 8.1.1. Base Unit

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 8 Service Mode 8.1. Engineering Mode 8.1.1. Base Unit 16

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    Frequently Used Items (Base Unit)

    ex.)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    Items

    Address

    Default Data

     

    New Data

     

    Remarks

    C-ID (FSK) sensitivity

    04

    8B

     

    00

    01

    (6 dB up)

    02

    (12 dB up)

    When hex changes from “00” to “01” or “02”, gain increases by 6 dB or 12 dB.

    C-ID (DTMF) sensitivity

    00

    0A

     

    30

    60

    (6 dB up)

    70

    (12 dB up)

    When hex changes from “50” to “60” or “70”, gain increases by 6 dB or 12 dB.

    SMS (FSK) receiving sensitiv- ity

    04

    8B

     

    00

    01

    (6 dB up)

    02

    (12 dB up)

    When hex changes from “00” to “01” or “02”, gain increases by 6 dB or 12 dB.

    SMS (FSK) sending level

    • 04 00/04

    9B/04 9A

     

    19/20 (6 dB up)

    32/40 (12 dB up)

    When hex changes from “00 0B” to “00 16” or “00 2C”, gain increases by 6 dB or 12 dB.

    Frequency

    • 00 02/70

    08/00 07

       

    -

     

    -

    Use these items in a READ-ONLY mode to

    ID

    • 00 Given value

    02~00 06

       

    -

     

    -

    confirm the contents. Careless rewriting may cause serious damage to the computer system.

    Bell length

    02

    1D

    32

    (5sec) (*3)

    1E (3 sec)

    14 (2 sec)

    This is time until bell stops ringing. (Unit: 100 ms)

    PULSE Dial speed

    01

    F8

    2C (33msec)

    19(20msec)

     

    -

    This is pulse make time. (Unit:1ms)

    (10PPS -> 20PPS)

     

    (*3)

     

    01

    F9

    38 (67msec)

    19(30msec)

     

    -

    This is pulse break time. (Unit:1ms)

     

    (*3)

     

    02

    0C

    57

    (870msec)

    2C (440msec)

     

    -

    This is inter-digit time in pulse mode.

    (*3)

     

    (Unit: 10ms)

    Note:

    (*1) Refer to Registering a Handset to a Base Unit in the Operating Instructions. (*2) When you enter the address or New Data, please refer to the table below.

     

    Desired Number (hex)

    Input Keys

     

    Desired Number (hex)

    Input Keys

     

    0

    0

    A

    • [R] + 0

    1

    1

    B

    • [R] + 1

    .

    .

    C

    • [R] + 2

    .

    .

    D

    • [R] + 3

    .

    .

    E

    • [R] + 4

    9

    9

    F

    • [R] + 5

    (*3)

    Bell length

    32(hex) = 50(dec) 50 × 100 msec = 5000 msec (5 sec)

     

    PULSE Dial speed

    2C(hex) = 44(dec) (44 - 4) x 1msec = 40msec

     

    (10PPS -> 20PPS)

    38(hex) = 56(dec) (56 + 4) x 1msec = 60msec

     

    57 (hex) = 87(dec) 87 × 10msec = 870msec

     

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    8.1.2. Handset
    8.1.2.
    Handset

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    Frequently Used Items (Handset)

    ex.)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    Items

    Address

    Default Data

    New Data

    Possible Adjusted Value MAX (hex)

    Possible Adjusted Value MIN (hex)

    Remarks

    Sending level

    • 03 17

    Adjusted value

    Given value

    6F

    00

    (*2)

    Receiving level

    • 03 18

    Adjusted value

    Given value

    00

    3F

    (*3)

    Battery Low

    • 00 09

    70

    -

     
    • - -

     

    Frequency

    00 08/00 07

    02/70

    -

     
    • - (*4)

    -

    ID

    00 10~00 14

    Given value

    -

     
    • - -

    Note:

    (*1) When you enter the address or New Data, please refer to the table below.

    Desired Number (hex.)

    Input Keys

     

    Desired Number (hex.)

    Input Keys

    0

    0

    A

    • [R] + 0

    1

    1

    B

    • [R] + 1

    .

    .

    C

    • [R] + 2

    .

    .

    D

    • [R] + 3

    .

    .

    E

    • [R] + 4

    9

    9

    F

    • [R] + 5

    (*2) When adding “01” (hex) to default value, sending level increases by 0.25 dB. ex.)

    Item

    Default Data

    New Data

    E7

    E3

    EB

    Sending level

    -8dBm

    -7dBm

    -9dBm

    (*3) When reducing “01” (hex) from default value, receiving level increases by 0.25 dB. ex.)

    Item

    Default Data

    New Data

    E7

    E3

    EB

    Receiving level

    -22dBm

    -23dBm

    -21dBm

    (*4) Use these items in a READ-ONLY mode to confirm the contents. Careless rewriting may cause serious damage to the handset.

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    • 8.2. Copying Phonebook Items when Repairing

    You can copy the handset phonebook to another (compatible Panasonic) handset. This will help to save the original phonebook data which the customer has registered. Available models: KX-TG6511/KX-TG6512 Refer to the following procedures.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 8.2. Copying Phonebook Items when Repairing You can copy the handset phonebook to another (compatible

    Note:

    • BS=Base Unit, HS=Handset • If the max number of handsets are already registered to the base unit, a new handset cannot be registered.

    • To register the handset, refer to Registering a Handset to a Base Unit in the Operating Instructions. • To cancel the handset, refer to Deregistering a Handset in the Operating Instructions. • To copy the handset phonebook, refer to Copying Phonebook Entries in the Operating Instructions.

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Note: • BS=Base Unit, HS=Handset • If the max number of handsets are already registered

    Note:

    • BS=Base Unit, HS=Handset • If the max number of handsets are already registered to the base unit, a new handset cannot be registered.

    • To register the handset, refer to Registering a Handset to a Base Unit in the Operating Instructions. • To cancel the handset, refer to Deregistering a Handset in the Operating Instructions. • To copy the handset phonebook, refer to Copying Phonebook Entries in the Operating Instructions.

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    • 8.3. How to Clear User Setting

    Units are reset to the Factory settings by this operation (Erase recorded Voice messages*, stored Phone numbers, Caller list and etc.)

    Note:

    • Some menus are not reset. Refer to Operating Instructions (P.15).

    • The reset menus differ depending on the following operations. • This operation should not be performed for a usual repair. * KX-TG6521 only

    • 8.3.1. Resetting both base unit and handset

    Both the base unit and the registered handset which you did the following steps will not
    Both the base unit and the registered handset which you did the following steps
    will not be reset.
    to
    are reset. Other registered handsets

    Note:

    (*1) Refer to Registering a Handset to a Base Unit in the Operating Instructions.

    • 8.3.2. Resetting only handset

    The only handset is reset by doing the following steps to .
    The only handset is reset by doing the following steps
    to
    .

    Note: (*2) • The handset registration to the base unit is cancelled. • If the handset needs to be registered to the base unit, refer to Registering a Handset to a Base Unit in the Operating Instructions. • If users do not bring the base unit with them, the registration procedure has to be done by users themselves.

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    • 9 Troubleshooting Guide

      • 9.1. Troubleshooting Flowchart

    Flow Chart

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    9 Troubleshooting Guide 9.1. Troubleshooting Flowchart Flow Chart KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Cross Reference: Check Power (P.24) Bell Reception

    Cross Reference:

    Check Power (P.24) Bell Reception (P.34) Check Battery Charge (P.25) Check Link (P.26) Check the RF part (P.30) Check Handset Transmission (P.33) Check Handset Reception (P.33) Signal Route (P.14) Check Caller ID (P.33)

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    • 9.1.1. Check Power

      • 9.1.1.1. Base Unit

    Is the AC Adaptor inserted into AC outlet? (*1)

    Cross Reference: Note:
    Cross Reference:
    Note:

    Power Supply Circuit (P.9)

    • 9.1.1.2. Handset

    (*1) Refer to Specifications (P.6) for part number and

    supply voltage of AC Adaptor.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.1.1. Check Power 9.1.1.1. Base Unit Is the AC Adaptor inserted into AC outlet? (*1)

    Cross Reference:

    Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P.12)

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    • 9.1.2. Check Battery Charge

      • 9.1.2.1. Base Unit

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    9.1.2. Check Battery Charge 9.1.2.1. Base Unit KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Cross Reference: Charge Circuit (P.12) 9.1.2.2. Handset Cross

    Cross Reference:

    Charge Circuit (P.12)

    • 9.1.2.2. Handset

    9.1.2. Check Battery Charge 9.1.2.1. Base Unit KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Cross Reference: Charge Circuit (P.12) 9.1.2.2. Handset Cross

    Cross Reference:

    Check Power (P.24) Charge Circuit (P.12)

    • 9.1.2.3. Charger Unit

    9.1.2. Check Battery Charge 9.1.2.1. Base Unit KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Cross Reference: Charge Circuit (P.12) 9.1.2.2. Handset Cross

    Cross Reference:

    Charge Circuit (P.12)

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    9.1.3. Check Link 9.1.3.1. Base Unit
    9.1.3.
    Check Link
    9.1.3.1.
    Base Unit

    Note:

    (*1) Refer to Troubleshooting by Symptom (Base Unit and Charger Unit) (P.35)

    Cross Reference:

    Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35)

    Power Supply Circuit (P.9)

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Cross Reference: Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35) 27

    Cross Reference:

    Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35)

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    9.1.3.2. Handset
    9.1.3.2.
    Handset

    Note:

    (*1) Refer to Troubleshooting by Symptom (Handset) (P.39)

    Cross Reference:

    Check Point (Handset) (P.39) Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P.12)

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    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Cross Reference: Check Point (Handset) (P.39) 29

    Cross Reference:

    Check Point (Handset) (P.39)

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    • 9.1.4. Check the RF part

      • 9.1.4.1. Finding out the Defective part

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.1.4. Check the RF part 9.1.4.1. Finding out the Defective part After All the Checkings

    After All the Checkings or Repairing

    1. Re-register the checked Handset to the checked Base Unit, and Regular HS to Regular BU.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.1.4. Check the RF part 9.1.4.1. Finding out the Defective part After All the Checkings

    Note:

    If you need to register a handset, refer to Registering a Handset to a Base Unit in the Operating Instructions.

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    • 9.1.4.2. RF Check Flowchart

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    Each item (1 ~ 3) of RF Check Flowchart corresponds to Check Table for RF part (P.32). Please refer to the each item.

    9.1.4.2. RF Check Flowchart KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX Each item (1 ~ 3) of RF Check Flowchart corresponds to

    Note:

    (*1) Base unit - refer to (G) of Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35)

    Handset - refer to (H) of Check Point (Handset) (P.39)

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    • 9.1.4.3. Check Table for RF part

    No.

    Item

    BU (Base Unit) Check

    HS (Handset) Check

    1

    Link Confirmation Normal

    • 1. Register Regular HS to BU (to be checked).

    • 1. Register HS (to be checked) to Regular BU.

    HS, BU Mode: [Normal mode]

    • 2. Press [Talk] key of the Regular HS to establish link.

    • 2. Press [Talk] key of the HS to establish link.

    2

    X’tal Frequency confirmation

    • 1. Check X’tal Frequency. (*1) (10.368 MHz ± 100 Hz)

    • 1. Check X’tal Frequency. (*2) (10.368 MHz ±100Hz)

    3

    Range Confirmation Normal

    • 1. Register Regular HS to BU (to be checked).

    • 1. Register HS (to be checked) to Regular BU.

    HS, BU Mode: [Normal mode]

    • 2. Press [Talk] key of the Regular HS to

    • 2. Press [Talk] key of the HS to establish link.

    establish link.

    • 3. Compare the range of the HS (being

    • 3. Compare the range of the BU (being checked) with that of the Regular BU.

    checked) with that of the Regular HS.

    Note:

    (*1) Refer to Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) (P.49)

    (*2) Refer to Adjustment Standard (Handset) (P.53)

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    • 9.1.5. Check Handset Transmission

    9.1.5. Check Handset Transmission Cross Reference: Signal Route (P.14) 9.1.6. Check Handset Reception Cross Reference: How

    Cross Reference:

    Signal Route (P.14)

    • 9.1.6. Check Handset Reception

    9.1.5. Check Handset Transmission Cross Reference: Signal Route (P.14) 9.1.6. Check Handset Reception Cross Reference: How

    Cross Reference:

    How to Check the Handset Speaker or Receiver (P.57).

    Signal Route (P.14)

    • 9.1.7. Check Caller ID

    9.1.5. Check Handset Transmission Cross Reference: Signal Route (P.14) 9.1.6. Check Handset Reception Cross Reference: How

    Cross Reference:

    Signal Route (P.14)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

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    • 9.1.8. Bell Reception

      • 9.1.8.1. Base Unit

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.1.8. Bell Reception 9.1.8.1. Base Unit 9.1.8.2. Handset Cross Reference: Telephone Line Interface (P.10) Check
    • 9.1.8.2. Handset

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.1.8. Bell Reception 9.1.8.1. Base Unit 9.1.8.2. Handset Cross Reference: Telephone Line Interface (P.10) Check

    Cross Reference:

    Telephone Line Interface (P.10) Check Link (P.26) How to Check the Handset Speaker or Receiver (P.57)

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    • 9.2. Troubleshooting by Symptom (Base Unit and Charger Unit)

    If your unit has below symptoms, follow the instructions in remedy column. Remedies depend on whether you have DECT tester (*1) or not.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.2. Troubleshooting by Symptom (Base Unit and Charger Unit) If your unit has below symptoms,

    Note:

    (*1) A general repair is possible even if you don’t have the DECT tester because it is for confirming the levels, such as Acoustic

    level in detail. (*2) Refer to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35)

    • 9.2.1. Check Point (Base Unit)

    Please follow the items below when BBIC or EEPROM or FLASH is replaced. Note:

    After the measuring, suck up the solder of TP. *: The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit) (P.47) is required beforehand. The connections of simulator equipment are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) (P.49).

     

    Items

    Check

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

     
    • (A) VDD3

    3.0

    V Supply Confirma- tion

     
    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between test point VDD3 and GND is 3.0 V ± 0.2 V.

    IC2, IC3, C32, C36, C86, C87, C88, R91, R92, R93, R95, D10, Q10, L3

     
    • (B) VDD1

    1.8

    V Supply Confirma-

     
    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between test point VDD1 and GND is 1.8 V ± 0.02 V.

    Q8, C75, C614,

    tion

    • 2. Execute the command “VDD”, then check the current value.

    C61, IC7

    • 3. Adjust the 1.8V voltage of VDD1 executing command “VDD XX“(XX is the value).

     
    • (C) VDD5

    Charge Pump

     
    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between test point VDD5 and GND is 2.5 V -0.1/+0.3

    IC7,C625,C631

    2.5V

    Supply

    Confirma-

    V.

    tion

     
    • (D) VDD4

    Charge Pump

     
    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between test point VDD4 and GND is 3.0 V ± 0.2 V.

    IC7,C616,C630

    3.0V

    Supply

    Confirma-

    tion

    (E)*

    BBIC Confirmation

    -

    • 1. BBIC Confirmation (Execute the command “getchk”).

    IC7, X1, R77,

    • 2. Confirm the returned checksum value.

    RA80

    Connection of checksum value and program number is shown below.

    Items Check Procedure Check or Point Replace Parts ( A ) VDD3 3.0 V Supply Confirma-

    (F)*

    EEPROM Confirmation

    -

    • 1. EEP-ROM Confirmation (Execute the command "sendchar EPV").

    IC7, RA402,

    • 2. Confirm the returned Value(Value for reference is written at "EEPROM C/

    C51, R657,

    SUM” in Software_Version_Table.xls).

    IC401

    (G)*

    BBIC Clock Adjustment

    CLK

    • 1. Input Command “ sendchar WWD ff 48 IC 8006”

    X1, IC7, R430,

    • 2. Confirm that the voltage between testpoint VDD4 and GND is less than 1.0 V.

    C305

    • 3. Input Command “ sendchar sfr”, then you can confirm the current value.

    • 4. Check X’tal Frequency. (10.368 MHz ± 100 Hz).

    • 5. If the frequency is not 10.368MHz ± 100Hz, adjust the frequency of CLK exe- cuting the command “sendchar sfr xx xx (where xx is the value)” so that the reading of the frequency counter is 10.368000 MHz ± 5 Hz.

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    Items

    Check

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

    (H)*

    Hookswitch Check with

    -

    • 1. Connect Telephone Socket to Tel-simulator which is connected with 600 .

    L1, L2, Q3, R14,

    DC Characteristics

    • 2. Set line voltage to 48 V and line current to 40mA at off-hook condition of nor- mal telephone.

    R15, Q4, R16, R17, D3,

    • 3. Execute the command “hookoff”

    R18~R24,

    • 4. Confirm that the line current is 40 mA ± 5 mA.

    C15~C17, D21,

    • 5. Execute the command “hookon”.

    Q5, R27, IC7

    • 6. Confirm that the line current is less than + 0.8 mA.

    (I)

    DTMF Generator Check

    -

    • 1. Connect Telephone Socket to DTMF tester. (Load=600 )

    IC7, R116,

    • 2. Link Handset and push dial key.

    C141, R29, C22,

    • 3. Confirm DTMF character.

    C23, Q5, D21

    • 4. Confirm that the high Group is -6.0 dBm ~ -10.0 dBm.

    • 5. Confirm that the low Group is -8.5 dBm ~ -12.5 dBm.

    (J)*

    Transmitted Power Con-

    -

    Remove the Antenna before starting step from 1 to 7.

    IC7,

    firmation

    ANTI_TP

    • 1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;

    C802~C806,

    <Setting>

    C808~C814,

    • Test mode: FP

    C820, C819,

    • Traffic Carrier: 5

    C822, C823,

    • Traffic Slot: 4

    C825, C827,

    • Mode: Loopback

    C826, C834,

    • PMID: 00000

    C851, C853,

    • RF LEVEL = -70 dBm.

    C859~C861,

    • 2. Execute the command ”sendchar TST”.

    DA801, DA802,

    • 3. Execute the command “sendchar dmv 2 2”.

    IC801,

    • 4. Check that “Signalling Status” has been set to “Locked”, then press “ACCEPT

    L801~L803,

    RFPI”.

    C855~C858,

    • 5. Initiate connection from Dect tester (“set up connect”)

    R801~R807,

    • 6. Execute the command “ANT1”.

    R106, R109,

    • 7. Confirm that the NTP value at ANT is 19.0 dBm ~ 25.0 dBm.

    Q9, C617

    (K)*

    Modulation Check and

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J).

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J) .

    IC7,

    Adjustment

    ANTI_TP

    7.Confirm that the B-Field Modulation is -370 ± 30/ +370± 30 kHz/div & Modu-

    C802~C806,

    lated width 690 kHz using data type Fig31.

    C808~C814,

    8.Adjust the B-Field Modulation if required. (Execute the command “readmod”

    C820, C819,

    and “wrtmod xx”, where xx is the value.)

    C822, C823,

    C825, C827,

    C826, C834,

    C851, C853,

    C859~C861,

    DA801, DA802,

    IC801,

    L801~L803,

    C855~C858,

    R801~R807,

    R106, R109,

    Q9, C617

    (L)*

    Frequency Offset Check

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J).

    IC7,

    ANTI_TP

    7.Confirm that the frequency offset is < ± 50 kHz.

    C802~C806,

    C808~C814,

    C820, C819,

    C822, C823,

    C825, C827,

    C826, C834,

    C851, C853,

    C859~C861,

    DA801, DA802,

    IC801,

    L801~L803,

    C855~C858,

    R801~R807,

    R106, R109,

    Q9, C617

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    Items

    Check

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

    (M)*

    Frequency Drift Confir-

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J).

    IC7,

    mation

    ANTI_TP

    7.Confirm that the frequency drift is < ± 35 kHz/ms.

    C802~C806,

    C808~C814,

    C820, C819,

    C822, C823,

    C825, C827,

    C826, C834,

    C851, C853,

    C859~C861,

    DA801, DA802,

    IC801,

    L801~L803,

    C855~C858,

    R801~R807,

    R106, R109,

    Q9, C617

    (N)*

    Sensitivity Receiver

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J).

    IC7,

    Confirmation

    ANTI_TP

    7.Set DECT tester power to -90 dBm.

    C802~C806,

    8.Confirm that the BER is < 1000 ppm.

    C808~C814,

    C820, C819,

    C822, C823,

    C825, C827,

    C826, C834,

    C851, C853,

    C859~C861,

    DA801, DA802,

    IC801,

    L801~L803,

    C855~C858,

    R801~R807,

    R106, R109,

    Q9, C617

    (O)*

    Timing Confirmation

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J).

    IC7,

    ANTI_TP

    7.Confirm that the Timing accuracy is

    C802~C806,

    • ± 5.0 ppm (When adjust the frequency of CLK in item (G)).

    C808~C814,

    • ± 15 ppm (When do not adjust the frequency of CLK in item (A)).

    C820, C819,

    C822, C823,

    C825, C827,

    C826, C834,

    C851, C853,

    C859~C861,

    DA801, DA802,

    IC801,

    L801~L803,

    C855~C858,

    R801~R807,

    R106, R109,

    Q9, C617

    (P)*

    Power RAMP Confirma-

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 6 of (J).

    IC7,

    tion

    7.Confirm that Power RAMP is matching.

    C802~C806,

    C808~C814,

    C820, C819,

    C822, C823,

    C825, C827,

    C826, C834,

    C851, C853,

    C859~C861,

    DA801, DA802,

    IC801,

    L801~L803,

    C855~C858,

    R801~R807,

    R106, R109,

    Q9, C617

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    Items

    Check

    Procedure

     

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

    (Q)

    Audio Check

    -

    • 1. Link with Handset.

    IC7, SA1, L1,

    • 2. Input -45dBm/1kHz to MIC of Handset. Measure the Level at Line I/F and distortion level.

    L2, D3, Q3, Q4, R14, R15, R16,

    • 3. Confirm that the level is -8 dBm ± 2 dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at TEL Line (600 Load).

    R17, D21, Q5, R19, R20, C14,

    • 4. Input -20 dBm/1 kHz to Line I/F. Measure the level at Receiver of Handset and distortion level (*Receive volume set to second position from minimum).

    C56, R117, R116, C141, R9, C22, C23

    • 5. Confirm that the level is -22 dBm ± 2 dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at Receiver (Volume Middle, 150 Load).

    (R)

    Charging Check

    -

    • 1. Connect Charge Contact 12 /2 W resistor between charge+ and charge-.

    R55, R56, D22,

    • 2. Measure and confirm voltage across the resistor is 3.10 V ± 0.3 V.

    D23, D24, C623,

     

    C624

    (S)

    2.4V Supply Confirma- tion VDD2

    VDD2

    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between test point VDD2 and GND is 2.5V ± 0.2V.

     

    IC7, Q9, C617

    9.2.2.

    Check Point (Charger Unit)

     
     

    Items

    Check

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

    (A)

    Charging Check

    -

    • 1. Connect Charge Contact 12/2 W resistor between charge+ and charge-.

    R1, F1

    • 2. Measure and confirm voltage across the resistor is 3.1 V ± 0.3 V.

    Note:

    After the measuring, suck up the solder of TP. The connection of adjustment equipment is as shown in Adjustment Standard (Charger Unit) (P.50).

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    • 9.3. Troubleshooting by Symptom (Handset)

    If your unit has below symptoms, follow the instructions in remedy column. Remedies depend on whether you have DECT tester (*1) or not.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 9.3. Troubleshooting by Symptom (Handset) If your unit has below symptoms, follow the instructions in

    Note:

    (*1) A general repair is possible even if you don’t have the DECT tester because it is for confirming the levels, such as Acoustic

    level in detail. (*2) Refer to Check Point (Handset) (P.39)

    • 9.3.1. Check Point (Handset)

    Please follow the items below when BBIC or EEPROM is replaced. Note:

    After the measuring, suck up the solder of TP. *: Connections (P.51) is required beforehand. The connections of adjustment equipment are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Handset) (P.53).

     

    Items

    Check

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

    (A)*

    1.8 V Supply Adjustment

    VDD1

    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between test point VDD1 and GND is 1.8 V ± 0.02 V.

    IC1, Q2, C48,

    • 2. Execute the command “VDD”, then check the current value.

    D1, C1, C44,

    • 3. Adjust the 1.8V voltage of VDD1 executing command “VDD XX“(XX is the value).

    R45, C40, C45, F1

    (B)*

    BBIC Confirmation

    -

    • 1. BBIC Confirmation (Execute the command “getchk”).

    IC1, X1, RA61,

    • 2. Confirm the returned checksum value.

    R64, R66

    Connection of checksum value and program number is shown below.

    Items Check Procedure Check or Point Replace Parts ( A )* 1.8 V Supply Adjustment VDD1

    (C)*

    EEP-ROM Confirmation

    -

    • 1. EEP-ROM Confirmation (Execute the command "sendchar EPV").

    IC1, IC3,

    • 2. Confirm the returned Value (Value for reference is written at "EEPROM C/ SUM” in Software_Version_Table.xls).

    RA40, C172

    (D)

    Charge Control Check & Charge Current Monitor Check

    -

    • 1. Apply 3.5 V between CHG(+) and CHG(-) with DC power supply and set cur- rent limit to 250 mA. Confirm the indication of “charging” on LCD.

    IC1, Q4 Q9, D7, R6, R7, F1, C1, R2,

    R45

    • 2. Confirm that the current limit LED of DC power supply is ON/OFF. Confirm it after waiting over 1 minute at least.

    R30, R31, R8,

    • 3. Decrease current limit of DC power supply to 100 mA.

    • 4. Confirm that the current limit LED of DC power supply is stable. (Current limiter

    is ON.) (If charge control cannot be confirmed by this procedure, please use battery to hand- set power supply and try again.)

    (E)*

    Charge Detection (OFF)

    -

    • 1. Stop supplying 3.5 V to CHG (+) and CHG (-).

    IC1, Q4 Q9,

    R45

    Check

    • 2. Confirm the indication of “charging” has been cleared.

    D7, R6, R7,

    F1, C1, R2, R30, R31, R8,

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    Items

    Check

     

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

     

    Replace Parts

    (F)*

    Battery Monitor Check

    -

    • 1. Apply 2.25 V between BATT+ and BATT-.

    IC1, F1, C1,

    • 2. Execute the command sendchar PAD sendchar LED 0 sendchar CRX 0 1 sendchar AD1

     

    R45

     

    It assumes that the return value is XX.

    a)

    6c

    a) 6c XX 71: No need to adjust

    XX

    XX

    71: No need to adjust

    b)

    XX: 6A ~ 6B: Need to adjust

    XX: 72 ~ 74: Need to adjust Write AD value of 2.25 V to EEPROM. ex) read data: XX = 6A, write data: YY = 6A read data: XX = 73, write data: YY = 73 EEPROM = 0004(Low Voltage) write “YY” Execute the command “wreeprom 00 04 01 YY”. EEPROM = 0005(No Voltage) write ‘’YY - 1D’’ Execute the command “×wreeprom 00 05 01 ZZ”. EEPROM = 000A(Low Voltage BL) write “YY - 16” Execute the command “wreeprom 00 0A 01 WW”.

    Note:

     
     

    ZZ = YY - C

     
     

    No Voltage writing data limit is ‘00’.

    c)

    XX: 00 ~ 69: Reject

     

    XX: 75 ~ FF: Reject

    (G)

    Battery Low Confirma-

    -

    • 1. Apply 2.40 V between BATT+ and BATT-.

    IC1, F1, C1,

    tion

    • 2. Confirm that there is no flashing of Battery Icon.

    R45

    • 3. Apply 2.25 V ± 0.08 V between BATT+ and BATT-.

    • 4. Confirm that there is flashing of Battery Icon.

    (H)*

    BBIC Clock Adjustment

    CLK

    • 1. Apply 2.6 V between BATT+ and BATT- with DC power.

    IC1, X1, C47

    • 2. Input Command “sendchar sfr”, then you can confirm the current value.

    • 3. Check X’tal Frequency. (10.368 MHz ± 100 Hz).

    • 4. If the frequency is not 10.368 MHz ± 100 Hz, adjust the frequency of CLK exe- cuting the command “sendchar sfr xx xx (where xx is the value)” so that the reading of the frequency counter is 10.368000 MHz ± 5 Hz.

    Note:

    Clear the registered information for Base Unit before measurement, because the Frequency will not possibly get stable due to the registered information. Pressing the button of “3” “7” “9” “#” clears the registration. Register to it on Base Unit after measurement.

    (I)*

    Transmitted Power Con-

    -

    Remove the Antenna before starting step from 1 to 4.

    IC1,

    firmation

    • 1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;

    C802~C806,

    <Setting>

    C808~C814,

    • Test mode: PP

    C819~C820,

    • RFPI: 0102030405

    C822,

    • Traffic Carrier: 5

    C825~C827,

    • Traffic Slot: 4

    C834,

    • Mode: Loopback

    C860~C864,

    • RF LEVEL = -70 dBm

    L801~L804,

    • PACKET: PP32Z

    DA801,

    • 2. Execute the command “sendchar TST 01 02 03 04 05".

    R801~R808

    • 3. Initiate connection from DECT tester.

    • 4. Confirm that the NTP value at ANT is 19 dBm ~ 25 dBm.

    (J)*

    Modulation Check and

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 3 of (K).

     

    IC1,

    Adjustment

    4.Confirm that the B-Field Modulation is -370±30/ +370±30 kHz/div & Modulated

    C802~C806,

    width

    width

    690 kHz using data type Fig 31.

    C808~C814,

     

    C819~C820,

    C822,

    C825~C827,

    C834,

    C860~C864,

    L801~L804,

    DA801,

    R801~R808

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    Items

    Check

    Procedure

    Check or

    Point

    Replace Parts

    (K)*

    Frequency Offset Confir-

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 3 of (I).

    IC1,

    mation

    4.Confirm that the frequenc y Offset is < ± 50 kHz.

    C802~C806,

    C808~C814,

    C819~C820,

    C822,

    C825~C827,

    C834,

    C860~C864,

    L801~L804,

    DA801,

    R801~R808

    (L)*

    Frequency Drift Confir-

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 3 of (I).

    IC1,

    mation

    4.Confirm that the frequency Drift is < ± 35 kHz/ms.

    C802~C806,

    C808~C814,

    C819~C820,

    C822,

    C825~C827,

    C834,

    C860~C864,

    L801~L804,

    DA801,

    R801~R808

    (M)*

    Sensitivity Receiver

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 3 of (I).

    IC1,

    Confirmation

    4.Set DECT tester power to -88 dBm.

    C802~C806,

    5.Confirm that the BER is < 1000 ppm.

    C808~C814,

    C819~C820,

    C822,

    C825~C827,

    C834,

    C860~C864,

    L801~L804,

    DA801,

    R801~R808

    (N)*

    Power RAMP Confirma-

    -

    Follow steps 1 to 3 of (I).

    IC1,

    tion

    4.Confirm that Power RAMP is matching.

    C802~C806,

    C808~C814,

    C819~C820,

    C822,

    C825~C827,

    C834,

    C860~C864,

    L801~L804,

    DA801,

    R801~R808

    (O)

    Audio Check and Confir-

    -

    • 1. Link to BASE which is connected to Line Simulator.

    IC1, C12, C96,

    mation

    • 2. Set line voltage to 48 V and line current to 40 mA.

    C97, R215,

    • 3. Input -45 dBm/1KHz to MIC and measure Line output level.

    R27, RA4,

    • 4. Confirm that the level is -8 dBm ± 2 dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at TEL Line (600 Load).

    C11, C13, R28, D3, D4,

    • 5. Input -20 dBm/1KHz to Line I/F and measure Receiving level at REV+ and REV-.

    MIC, R73, R74

    • 6. Confirm that the level is -22 dBm ± 2 dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at Receiver. (vol = 2)

    (P)

    SP phone Audio Check

    -

    • 1. Link to Base which is connected to Line Simulator.

    IC1, C12, C73,

    and Confirmation

    • 2. Set line voltage to 48 V and line current to 40 mA.

    D13, D14,

    • 3. Set the handset off-hook using SP-Phone key.

    R73, R74,

    • 4. Input -25 dBm/1KHz to Line I/F and measure Receiving level at SP+ and SP-.

    MIC, C11,

    • 5. Confirm that the level is -15 dBm ± 2 dBm and that the distortion level is < 5%. (vol = 3)

    C13, RA4, R27, R28, C96, C97, R215, C72

    (Q)

    Charge Pump 3.0V Sup-

    CP3.0V

    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between testpoint CP3.0V and GND is 3.0V -0.1/

    C49, C52~C54

    ply Confirmation

    +0.3V.

    (R)

    Charge Pump 4.0V Sup- ply Confirmation

    CP4.0V

    • 1. Confirm that the voltage between testpoint CP4.0V and GND is 4.0V -0.2V.

    C50, C51, C55

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    • 9.3.2. Troubleshooting for Speakerphone

    When the customer’s telephone line corresponds to the following conditions, and the transmission signal of SP-Phone is interrupted, performing the next set up to a cordless handset will improve it to some extent.

    Conditions

    • 1. When customer’s line has less line loss. ex.) The customer is using optical fiber, ISDN terminal adaptor, or PBX. In this case, receiving signal is strong and it may affect transmission signal.

    • 2. When the other party is talking from noisy place. ex.) The other party is using cellular phone. The background noise is very loud. In this case, the noise from the other party (i.e. surrounding noise) may affect transmission signal.

    Setting Method • Change the handset address of EEPROM (0129) from 00 to 01 by Engineering Mode.

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    10 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions

    • 10.1. Disassembly Instructions

      • 10.1.1. Base Unit

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    10.1.2.

    Handset

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 10.1.2. Handset 44

    44

    • 10.1.3. Charger Unit

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    10.1.3. Charger Unit KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 45

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    • 10.2. How to Replace the Handset LCD

    Note:

    The illustrations are simplified in this page. They may differ from the actual product.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 10.2. How to Replace the Handset LCD Note: The illustrations are simplified in this page.

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    11 Measurements and Adjustments

    This chapter explains the measuring equipment, the JIG connection, and the PC setting method necessary for the measurement in Troubleshooting Guide (P.23)

    • 11.1. Equipment Required

    • Digital multi-meter (DMM): it must be able to measure voltage and current. • Oscilloscope. • Frequency counter: It must be precise enough to measure intervals of 1 Hz (precision; ±4 ppm) Hewlett Packard, 53131A is recommended. • DECT tester: Rohde & Schwarz, CMD 60 is recommended.

    This equipment may be useful in order to precisely adjust like a mass production.

    • 11.2. The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit)

    This section explains the PC setting to use command required in Check Point (Base Unit)(P.35).

    <Preparation> • Serial JIG cable: PQZZ1CD300E* • PC which runs in DOS mode • Batch file
    <Preparation>
    • Serial JIG cable: PQZZ1CD300E*
    • PC which runs in DOS mode
    • Batch file CD-ROM for setting: PNZZTG6511FX
    (PQZZ1CD505E), change
    the
    following
    values
    of
    resistance. Then you can use it as a JIG Cable for both
    TCD300 and TCD500 series. (It is an upper compatible JIG
    Cable.)
    Resistor
    Old value (kΩ)
    New value (kΩ)
    R2
    22
    3.3
    R3
    22
    3.3
    R4
    22
    4.7
    R7
    4.7 10
    Note:
    *:
    If
    you
    have
    the
    JIG
    Cable
    for
    TCD500
    series
    11.2.1.
    Connections
    Connect the AC adaptor to DC-JACK (base unit).
    Connect the JIG Cable GND (black) to GND.
    Connect the JIG Cable RX (red) to URX and TX (yellow) to UTX.
    Note:

    *: COM port names may vary depending on what your PC calls it.

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    • 11.2.2. How to install Batch file into P.C.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 11.2.2. How to install Batch file into P.C. Note: • “*****” varies depending on the

    Note:

    • “*****” varies depending on the country or models.

    • 11.2.3. Commands

    See the table below for frequently used commands.

    Command name

    Function

    Example

    rdeeprom

    Read the data of EEPROM

    Type “rdeeprom 00 00 FF”, and the data from address “00 00” to “FF” is read out.

    readid

    Read ID (RFPI)

    Type “readid”, and the registered ID is read out.

    writeid

    Write ID (RFPI)

    Type “writeid 00 18 E0 0E 98”, and the ID “0018 E0 0E 98” is written.

    hookoff

    Off-hook mode on Base

    Type “hookoff”.

    hookon

    On-hook mode on Base

    Type “hookon”.

    getchk

    Read checksum

    Type “getchk”.

    wreeprom

    Write the data of EEPROM

    Type “wreeprom 01 23 45”. “01 23” is address and “45” is data to be written.

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    • 11.3. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    When connecting the simulator equipment for checking, please refer to below.

    • 11.3.1. Bottom View

    GND VDD4 CP+3.0V GND VDD5 CP+2.5V RX VDD3 +3.0V TX VDD2 +2.4V VDD1 +1.8V CHARGE- CHARGE+
    GND
    VDD4
    CP+3.0V
    GND
    VDD5
    CP+2.5V
    RX
    VDD3
    +3.0V
    TX
    VDD2
    +2.4V
    VDD1
    +1.8V
    CHARGE-
    CHARGE+
    DC
    SP
    YLW
    GRN
    CHG
    BLK
    RED
    BLK
    RED
    WHT
    RED
    (E),(F),(G),(H),
    (J),(K),(L),(M),
    (R)
    (I),(J),(K),(S)
    (N),(O),(P)
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    Digital
    DC 6.5V
    Power
    DECT
    Tester
    PC
    Terminal
    Volt
    Meter
    CTS60
    ANT
    GND
    12
    U-ART
    2W
    TP16
    TP15
    TP16-sub
    CL1
    L2T
    L1T
    L1R
    L2R
    C626
    TP15-sub
    ANT1_TP
    C146
    C623
    C145
    C149
    C150
    J101
    GND
    R87
    R86
    D23
    UTX
    URX
    E Q10
    VDD2
    Q2
    C857
    JTAG
    C858
    C855
    R13
    C856
    R76
    CL2
    ANT2_TP
    R75
    RA80
    C837
    C74
    C75
    VDD3
    VDD5
    D26
    C167
    Q8
    C60
    D21
    C169
    R40
    VDD1
    D27
    C170
    C630
    GND_C
    R35
    Q5
    C136
    R32
    R428
    RA1
    C615
    D15
    C52
    TP10
    C171
    C616
    R427
    R24
    C155
    D16
    VDD4
    R116
    R18
    CLK
    R430
    C18
    R23
    C19
    R424
    IC421
    D24
    C22
    R425
    R426
    LINE_DC
    C624
    C14
    R20
    R429
    C637
    R19
    1
    4
    C56
    UTX2
    URX2
    CHG
    GND2
    PbF
    PNLB1732Z
    RED
    BLK
    R57
    R2
    TP9
    R29
    R12
    C57 C23
    R117
    C24 C141
    Digital
    GND
    Digital
    GND
    Frequency
    Volt Meter
    Volt Meter
    Counter
    C168
    (A),(B),(C),(D),(T)
    (G)
    C61
    C826
    C65
    C614
    C820
    C305
    R615
    R33
    C53 C137
    R37
    C55
    C814
    R36
    R34
    C54
    SPp
    R81
    C617
    IC7
    C423
    SPm
    C84
    Q9
    Q421
    E
    C421
    DCP
    C422
    R77
    C72
    C631
    R78
    C625
    DCM
    DC_IN
    C90
    A
    D10

    Note:

    (A) - (S) is referred to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35)

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    • 11.4. Adjustment Standard (Charger Unit)

    When connecting the simulator equipment for checking, please refer to below.

    • 11.4.1. Bottom View

    Note:

    Digital (A) Volt Meter 12 /2 W J1 1 2 A DC POWER DC 6.5 V
    Digital
    (A)
    Volt Meter
    12
    /2 W
    J1
    1
    2
    A
    DC POWER
    DC 6.5 V
    PQUP11532Y
    Charge+
    TP3
    F1
    TP3
    Charge-
    TP4 (GND)
    TP4
    PbF
    PNLP1029YA

    (A) is referred to Check Point (Charger Unit) (P.38)

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    • 11.5. The Setting Method of JIG (Handset)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    This section explains the PC setting to use command required in Check Point (Handset)(P.39).

    <Preparation> • Serial JIG cable: PQZZ1CD300E* • PC which runs in DOS mode • Batch file CD-ROM for setting: PNZZTG6511FX

    (PQZZ1CD505E), change

    the

    following

    values

    of

    resistance. Then you can use it as a JIG Cable for both

    TCD300 and TCD500 series. (It is an upper compatible JIG Cable.)

    Note:

    *:

    If

    you

    have

    the

    JIG

    11.5.1.

    Connections

    Cable

    for

    TCD500

    series

    • Connect the DC Power or Battery to BATT+ and BATT-.

    • Connect the JIG cable GND (black) to GND.

    Resistor

    Old value (k)

    New value (k)

    R2

    • 22 3.3

     

    R3

    • 22 3.3

     

    R4

    • 22 4.7

     

    R7

    4.7

    10

    • Connect the JIG cable UTX (yellow) to UTX and URX (red) to URX.

    11.5. The Setting Method of JIG (Handset) KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX This section explains the PC setting to use

    Note:

    *: COM port names may vary depending on what your PC calls it.

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    • 11.5.2. How to install Batch file into P.C.

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX 11.5.2. How to install Batch file into P.C. Note: • “*****” varies depending on the

    Note:

    • “*****” varies depending on the country or models.

    • 11.5.3. Commands

    See the table below for frequently used commands.

    Command name

    Function

    Example

    rdeeprom

    Read the data of EEPROM

    Type “rdeeprom 00 00 FF”, and the data from address “00 00” to “FF” is read out.

    readid

    Read ID (RFPI)

    Type “readid”, and the registered ID is read out.

    writeid

    Write ID (RFPI)

    Type “writeid 00 18 E0 0E 98”, and the ID “0018 E0 0E 98” is written.

    getchk

    Read checksum

    Type “getchk”.

    wreeprom

    Write the data of EEPROM

    Type “wreeprom 01 23 45”. “01 23” is address and “45” is data to be written.

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    • 11.6. Adjustment Standard (Handset)

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    When connecting the simulator equipment for checking, please refer to below.

    • 11.6.1. Component View

    KX-TGA650XX KX-TGA651XX PNLB1734Y KX-TGA250XX KX-TGA251XX KX-TGA403XX PbF TP_ANT1 TGA650XX TGA651XX C152 C175 C70 C71 R578 TGA250XX
    KX-TGA650XX
    KX-TGA651XX
    PNLB1734Y
    KX-TGA250XX
    KX-TGA251XX
    KX-TGA403XX
    PbF
    TP_ANT1
    TGA650XX
    TGA651XX
    C152
    C175
    C70
    C71
    R578
    TGA250XX
    D21
    D22
    TGA251XX
    TGA403XX
    C106
    C200
    R231 C201
    C104
    C107
    C105
    BLK
    C103
    C206
    R54
    R53
    R50
    C203
    R236
    C808
    RED
    D13
    D14
    C863 C864
    C814
    C811
    C72
    C804
    C73
    C813
    R801
    L802
    RA800
    R808
    R802
    C880
    C802
    R880
    R805
    STM
    JTAG
    R405
    R63
    C834
    R66
    C44
    R225
    C837
    1
    CLK
    R807
    R203
    C43
    C48
    C40
    C54
    C52
    C10
    C53
    1.8V RA4
    C55
    D400
    21
    Q400
    C51
    CP 4.0V
    R249
    CP4.0V
    R37
    R36
    C400
    R23
    R402
    CP 3.0V
    C39 C30
    R400
    R27
    R248
    CP3.0V
    CLK
    Q401
    R20
    RA40
    1.8V
    POWER
    C332
    8
    5
    Q12
    R332
    IC3
    RA32
    R331
    R64
    Q11
    RA1
    C331
    1
    4
    SPEAKER
    C881
    C49
    Q10
    R330
    R45
    C139
    R55
    C50
    C172
    C35
    C342
    Q7
    RA61
    C138
    C188
    Q880
    C45
    IC1
    L46
    C121
    C46
    +
    L47
    RA30 RA31
    R232
    MIC
    E
    C819
    C186
    C150
    Q9
    R74
    R233
    C75
    +
    C187
    C204
    R6
    R31
    IC801
    C74
    C341
    R806
    R73
    C17 C97 C96
    C580
    Q4
    C861
    C825
    C820
    C805
    R215
    C12
    C806
    C809
    RCV-
    MIC+
    C18
    R28
    L803
    C810
    C826
    RCV+
    MIC-
    C13
    DA801
    R403
    RX
    C822
    Q2
    C11
    C340
    C827
    C47
    R404
    C812
    D1
    URX
    RECEIVER
    TX
    UTX
    L801
    RED
    C803
    C3
    R2
    GND
    X1
    C38
    BAT
    GND
    C860
    D7
    R406
    BLK
    R8
    R401
    R407
    C182
    C2
    C1
    R3
    F1
    R7
    R4
    BATT+
    R30
    BATT-
    C147
    CHG(+)
    CHG(-)
    D4
    C5
    D3
    C113
    A
    MIC+
    MIC-
    Current
    Oscilloscope
    Probe
    DC 6.5V
    (I),(J),(K),(L),(M),(N)
    GND
    DC POWER
    DECT Tester
    2.00~2.25V
    CMD60
    (at battery low)
    ANT
    GND
    Power Key
    8
    150
    56
    56
    1
    F
    1
    100
    2.7 V
    Zener
    22pF
    DC Power
    PC
    AF
    Digital
    Frequency
    AF Volt Meter
    2.30~2.60V
    URX
    Generator
    Volt Meter
    Counter
    (D),(E),(F),(G)
    GND
    GND
    (H)
    (A),(B),(C),(F),
    (O)
    (A),(Q),(R)
    (G),(H),(I)
    Oscilloscope
    (O),(P)

    Note:

    (A) - (R) is referred to Check Point (Handset) (P.39)

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    • 11.7. Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal

    If repairing or replacing BBIC (FLASH type), EEPROM and X'tal, it is necessary to download the required data such as Programming data or adjustment data, etc in memory. The set doesn't operate if it is not executed.

    • 11.7.1. How to download the data

      • 11.7.1.1. Base Unit

    First, operate the PC setting according to The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit)(P.47). Then download the appropriate data according to the following procedures.

     

    Items

    How to download/Required adjustment

    BBIC (FLASH type)

    Programming data is stored in memory.

    1) Make sure to connect the JIG cable, then disconnect the DC

    (IC7)

    Power in order to download the data. 2) Execute the command “flw480 *********.hex”. 3) Connect the DC Power. 4) Press the PC Enter key once. 5) After a few minutes, “Successful upgrade” is displayed on the PC indicating downloading has finished. 6) Detach the JIG cable, then disconnect the DC Power. 7) Connect the DC Power. 8) Connect the JIG cable again, and execute the command “getchk”, then confirm the checksum value is correct. • If the downloading fails, start again from step 1). 9) Default batch file: Execute the command “default.bat”. 10) Country version batch file: Execute the command “TG6511EUXXrevYY.bat”. (*1) 11) Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (G). (*2)

    EEPROM (IC401)

    Adjusted parameter data is stored in memory. (country version batch file, default batch file, etc.)

    1) Change the address “0001” of EEPROM to “AA” to download the data. 2) Default batch file: Execute the command “default.bat”. 3) Country version batch file: Execute the command “TG6511EUXXrevYY.bat”. (*1) 4) Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (G). (*2)

    X'tal (X1)

    System clock

    Clock adjustment data is in EEPROM, adjust the data again after replacing it. 1) Refer to Check Point (F). (*2)

    Note:

    (*1) XX: country code, YY: revision number, ZZ: Voice Prompt “XX”, “YY” and “ZZ” vary depending on the country version. You can find them in the batch file, PNZZ- mentioned in The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit) (P.47).

    (*2) Refer to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.35)

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    11.7.1.2.

    Handset

    KX-TG6511FX/KX-TG6512FX/KX-TGA651FX

    First, operate the PC setting according to The Setting Method of JIG (Handset)(P.51). Then download the appropriate data according to the following procedures.

     

    Items

    How to download/Required adjustment

    BBIC (FLASH type)

    Programming data is stored in memory.

    1) Make sure to connect the JIG cable, then disconnect the DC

    5) While holding down the handset Power key, press the PC

    (IC1)

    Power in order to download the data.

    2) Execute the command “flw480 *********.hex”. 3) Connect the DC Power. 4) Press and hold the handset Power key.

    Enter key once.

    6) After a few minutes, “Successful upgrade” is displayed on the PC indicating downloading has finished.

    7) Detach the JIG cable, then press the handset Power key to turn it on.

    8) Connect the JIG cable again, and execute the command "getchk”, then confirm the checksum value is correct. • If the downloading fails, start again from step 1). 10) Default batch file: Execute the command “default.bat”. 11) Default batch file (remaining): Execute the command “TGA651FXDEFrevYY.bat”. (*3). 12) Country version batch file: Execute the command “TGA651FXXXrevYY.bat”. (*3). 13) Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (H). (*4). 14) 1.8 V setting and battery low detection: Refer to Check Point (A), (F) and (G). (*4).

    EEPROM (IC3)

    Adjusted parameter data is stored in memory. (country version batch file, default batch file, etc.)

    1) Default batch file: Execute the command “default.bat”. 2) Default batch file (remaining): Execute the command “TGA651FXDEFrevYY.bat”. (*3) 3) Country version batch file: Execute the command “TGA651FXXXrevYY.bat”. (*3) 4) Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (H). (*4) 5) 1.8 V setting and battery low detection: Refer to Check Point (A), (F) and (G). (*4)

    X'tal (X1)

    System clock

    Clock adjustment data is in EEPROM, adjust the data again after replacing it. 1) Refer to Check Point (C). (*4)

    Note:

    (*3) XX: country code, YY: revision number “XX” and “YY” vary depending on the country version. You can find them in the batch file, PNZZ- mentioned in The Setting Method of JIG (Handset) (P.51).

    (*4) Refer to Check Point (Handset) (P.39)

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    • 11.8. RF Specification

    11.8.1.

    Base Unit

     

    Item

    Value

    Refer to -. *

    TX Power

    19

    dBm ~ 25 dBm

    Check Point (Base Unit) (J)

    Modulation

    -370±30/+370±30 kHz/div & Modulated width 690 kHz

    -370±30/+370±30 kHz/div & Modulated width 690 kHz

    Check Point (Base Unit) (K)

    Frequency Offset

    -50 kHz ~ +50 kHz

    Check Point (Base Unit) (L)

    Frequency Drift

    < ± 35 kHz / ms