Models1492 and 2092 SERVICE MANUAL

2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY This product is warranted by CERONIX to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of two years from the date of purchase. In case of a fault, developed during this time, it is the customer's responsibility to transport the defective unit to CERONIX or one of the authorized service centers for repair. Please attach a note describing the problem. All parts and labor are free of charge during the warranty period. CERONIX 12265 Locksley Lane Auburn, CA. 95602-2055 (530) 888-1044 This warranty does not cover mechanical breakage due to physical abuse. CERONIX shall not be liable for any consequential damages, including without limitation damages resulting from loss of use. Some states do not allow limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

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Recognized under the Component Program of Underwriters Laboratories Inc. and the Canadian Standards Association. COPYRIGHT

© 1988, 1990, 1998

CERONIX All rights reserved.

The information contained in this manual is subject to change without prior notice.

ABOUT THIS MANUAL This manual is specifically written to aid the service technician, repairing CERONIX Models 1492 and 2092 color monitors. There are three main sections: 1. General Description. 2. Circuit Description. 3. Solutions to Problems.

INTRODUCTION

Block Diagram Description

BLOCK Diagram

Schematic

Circuit Description

Problem Solving Tools & Examples

Appendix A Video Interface programs

To understand how the Monitor works, it is best to know what each circuit does and how each circuit relates to the other circuits. The Block Diagram is presented in a simplified view and a comprehensive view to accomplish the goal of understanding the whole unit. Once the general picture is clear, the complexity of each circuit will be easier to understand. The Circuit Description is also written in two views, a simplified view and a detailed view to help give the reader a clear understanding of what each component does. This understanding is most helpful for the more complex problems or multiple problems that sometimes occur. The Trouble Finder section is made up of an index, which lists symptoms of problems, and a list of possible solutions. Part of this section also deals with setting up conditions which make it easier to trouble shoot specific circuits such as the power supply.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
About This Manual. 1 CERONIX Models 1492 and 2092 Electrical Specification. 3 & 4 Drive Signals to the Monitor Input voltage and waveforms, work sheet. 5 1492 and 2092 Simplified Block Diagram. 6 Video Section Description. - - - - - - - Blocks Auto Bias and Socket Board. - - - - - - Blocks Blanking, Sync, & Vertical. - - - - - - - Blocks Horizontal Deflection & Remote. - - - Blocks Horizontal Size & Power Supply. - - - Blocks Power Supply Continued. - - - - - - - - Blocks 1492 and 2092 Monitor BLOCK DIAGRAM. 13 1492 and 2092 Monitor SCHEMATIC 14 & 15 Video Socket Board Blanking Master Gain Circuit & Function Description A-D E-G H-L M-Q R-U V-Y 7 8 9 10 11 12 Block Diagram Description

Video Interface Circuit Description. 16 & 17 Video Interface Schematic. 18 Video Amplifier Circuit, Function, Description. 19 Video Amplifier Circuit Description. 19 & 20 Socket Board, Degaussing Circuit, and Legend Description. 21 Blanking and Master Gain Circuit, Function, Description. 22 Blanking and Master Gain Circuit Description. 23 Blanking and Master Gain Schematic. 24 Replacement PARTS LIST. 25 & 28 1492 and 2092 Main Board ASSEMBLY DRAWING. 29 & 30 Block Diagram Review. 31 Auto Bias and Auto Bright Circuit, Function, Description. 32 Auto Bias and Auto Bright Circuit Description. 33 Auto Bias and Auto Bright Schematic. 34 Vertical and Horizontal Sync Circuit Description. 35 Vertical Deflection Circuit, Function, Description. 36 Vertical Deflection Circuit Description. 37 & 38 Horizontal Deflection Circuit Description. 39 & 40 Horizontal Raster Width Control Circuit Description. 41 Horizontal Raster Width and Position Control Schematic. 42 Simplified Power Supply Circuit, Function, Description. 43 Simplified Power Supply Circuit Description. 44 Switch Mode Power Supply Circuit Description. 45 Switch Mode Power Supply Schematic. 46 Equipment setup for repairing the Model 1492 Monitor. 47 Problem Solving Tools. 48 Appendix A --- Setup and Convergence Procedure. 49 Appendix B --- Video Interface Programs. 50 to 55 Appendix C --- Resistor Array Layout for; B, C, G, H, I, & J.

Auto Bias Auto Bright Sync Vertical Horizontal Power Supply Circuit & Function Description

57 & 58

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CERONIX

MODELS 1492 and 2092 Electrical Specification

INPUTS 1. Standard Video Configurations, available, are: A. Positive Analog Source Video .6mA To Amp. only Video Source Source D-A 301Ω 301Ω Gnd Monitor and Monitor B. Negative Analog Video Source D-A
To Amp. Video Gnd 905 Ω

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Black level Saturated color Black level Saturated color

1492 & 2092 Min. Typ. Max .05V 0V 0V 3.1V 3.2V 3.3V .06V .09V .15V 1.61V 1.69V 1.75V

V Blk.+.7 V
Monitor

R IN

Red & Green Black level Blue Black level Saturated color

5.4V 5.6V 4.85V 5.05V .7V .9V

5.8V 5.25V 1.1V

C. 4 Line TTL Video Source
* R,G,B Video Intensity Gnd * No pullup resistor on intensity line. To Amp. BIAS +12V VB Monitor

Black level Color on Low intensity Full intensity

0V 2.7V 0V 4.5V

.2V 3.5V .2V 4.6V

.5V 6.0V .4V 4.8V

Note: RS170 and other voltage combinations optional for analog video. 2. The Sync signals may be of either polarity and separate or composite. Hs 1.8K Sync High input voltage 2.2V Source .15V Vs Low input voltage -2.7V 1.8K 220 Ω, 2 PL Gnd Horizontal sync pulse 1.5uS Monitor Vertical sync pulse 120uS For composite sync, vertical and horizontal Horizontal frequency 15.3KHz sync lines are connected together. Vertical frequency 45Hz 3. The Power to the monitor is to be supplied by a secondary winding of an isolation transformer.

3.5V 20V .30V .80V 4.5uS 31uS .5mS 1.5mS
15.6KHz 15.9KHz

60Hz 50Hz

65Hz

Model 1492 Min. Typ. Max.

Model 2092 Min. Typ. Max.

115VAC 50Hz or 60Hz 85VAC 115VAC 145VAC 90VAC 115VAC 145VAC 230VAC 50HZ or 60Hz 170VAC 230VAC 290VAC 180VAC 230VAC 290VAC 32W 44W 60W 30W 50W 67W Power

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4. The remote Controls are located on a separate PCB for easy access. H SIZE--------------Horizontal raster size V SIZE---------------Vertical raster size V RAS. POS.-----Vertical raster position H POS-------Horizontal picture position* M GAIN---------------------Master gain

Model 1492 Min. Max. 9.9" 11.4" 6.3" 10.3" 0" .44"
.9" Right Dark
Screen

Model 2092 Min. Max. 14.8" 16.3" 10.0" 14.0" 0" .60"
1.2 right Dark
Screen

Screen

2" Left Light

2.8" left Light
Screen

The board Controls are located on the main PCB, and are: Focus on the flyback transformer and an optional Horizontal hold control. * For start of horizontal sync 1.7uS after end of picture. 5. Picture Model 1492 Min. Typ Max. . Rise time 35nS 44nS 49nS Fall time 32nS 42nS 47nS Overshoot 0% 0% 2% Model 2092 Min. Typ Max. . 37nS 46nS 52nS

Video response is measured at the tube socket, using low capacitance coupling. The input signal should be fully damped and faster than the expected response. Band width

35nS 44nS 50nS 0% 0% 2% DC to 8MHz DC to 8MHz Horizontal blank time 12.4uS 12.9uS 13.4uS 12.4uS 12.9uS 13.4uS 20H 1.28mS 20H 20H 1.28mS 20H Vertical blank time 1% 2% 1% 2% Horizontal linearity 1% 2% 1% 2% Vertical linearity 1% 2% 1% 2% Pincushion

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Model 1492 Model 2092 Inch mm Inch mm Useful diagonal 13 328 20 508 Useful horizontal 10.83 275 16 406.6 Useful vertical 8.13 206.5 12 304.8 86 Useful area 558 192 1,239 Spacing between dot/line trios .015 .39 .029 .74 Horizontal resolution 680 Pixels 550 Pixels Vertical resolution 240 Pixels 240 Pixels Interlaced 480 Pixels 480 Pixels Deflection angle 90° 90° Light transmission at center of glass Approximately 46% Approximately 46% CRT also features: Enhanced contrast, Internal magnetic shield, and X-Ray output Less than .3mR/hour. Environmental Operating temperature Storage temperature Operating humidity Storage humidity 0° C -20° C 20% 10% 70° C 85° C 80% 95% 0° C -20° C 20% 10% 70° C 85° C 80% 95% 4

Picture tube

7.

The "Drive Signals To The Monitor Input" form is included here for those people who have problems interfacing their drive electronics with the Ceronix Monitor.

DRIVE SIGNALS to the MONITOR INPUT voltage and waveforms, work sheet.
CERONIX 12265 Locksley Lane Auburn, CA, USA 95602-2055 Company name: Date: Drive signal source Model number:

VIDEO:

For the following measurements use an oscilloscope. RED GREEN BLUE

With no load the black level voltage is: With no load the saturated color voltage is: With 301Ω load the black level voltage is: Ω load. or other the saturated color voltage is: To GND, or to voltage V.

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If available, sketch the video drive circuit on the back of a copy of this form.

Horizontal or composite sync:
Horizontal frequency: Horizontal sync pulse time: Compare your sync to this table and check the best fit. For composite sync. Hz uS "High" voltage: "Low" voltage: V V

Sketch if different.

Vertical sync:
Vertical frequency: Vertical sync pulse time: Check correct polarity. Hz uS "High" voltage: "Low" voltage: V V

Complete form and send to: CERONIX, 12265 Locksley Lane If there are any questions, call (530) 888-1044. Auburn, CA. 95602-2055

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1492 and 2092 Simplified Block Diagram
VIDEO Output GAME Blanking SYNC Output VIDEO Interface VIDEO Amps. AUTO BIAS Vertical Deflection Horizontal Deflection Remote Controls Isolated Power Horizontal Size Control POWER SUPPLY FBT

CRT

This block diagram gives a broad view of the circuit organization of the 1492 and 2092 monitors. The blocks with the bold outline represent circuits that are quite different than most other monitors. The auto bias circuit is designed to actively compensate for picture tube and circuit drift which normally cause the color balance to become unbalanced and also brightness variation. This circuit eliminates the need for the color setup procedure. The horizontal size control circuit permits the horizontal size to be adjusted from a remote control board instead of a coil on the main board. It is also used to compensate for pincushion distortion and acts as an anti-blooming circuit by correcting for horizontal size variations which are caused by the additional load on the flyback transformer under high beam current conditions. The 1492 and 2092 power supplies differ from most other monitors because of their high efficiency switching mode power supply. It is not difficult to troubleshoot if the techniques presented in this manual are clearly understood. Careful reading of all the information presented in this manual will make trouble shooting of the CERONIX monitor no more difficult than any other monitor and maybe even easier.

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Refer to the block diagram on page 13 (foldout) when reading this description. A The Video Interface is designed around a custom IC and will accept positive or negative analog video signals and also 4 line TTL. This IC also has a built in multiplier circuit for the master gain control and blanking. Resistors are used to protect the IC and to set the gain. The programmed gain is dependent on the input signal amplitude except on TTL. Solder jumpers are used to program the Video Interface for the type of input signal to be received. The output of the IC drives the video amplifiers. This drive is a current where 0 mA is black and 4.5 mA is a satur`ted color. B The Video Amplifiers are of the push pull type. They are built partly on thick films and partly on the PCB. Spreading out the amplifier reduces the component heat and improves the life of the unit. The bandwidth is 8 MHz with 60Vp-p output. The rise and fall times are .04uS. C The Beam Current Feedback circuit directs most of the beam current of each amplifier to the beam current buffer. The only time this current is measured by the auto bias circuit is during the time of the three faint lines at the top of the screen and three lines thereafter. The auto bias circuit is designed to adjust the video amplifier bias voltage such that the beam current of each of the three guns is set (programmed), at this time. D The Beam Current Buffer converts the, high impedance low current, beam current signal into a low impedance voltage. This voltage is applied to the auto bias IC through a 200 ohm resistor. After the three lines of beam current are measured, the program pulse from the auto bias IC, produces a voltage drop across this 200 ohm resistor that equals the amplitude of the beam current voltage.

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E The Auto Bias IC is a combination of digital and analog circuitry. The digital part is a counter and control logic which steps the analog circuits through a sequence of sample and hold conditions. The analog part uses a transconductance amplifier to control the voltage on a 10uF capacitor (one per gun). This voltage is buffered and sent to the video amplifhers as the bias voltage. In monitors without auto bias, this voltage has to be set manually using a setup procedure to set the color balance. With the auto bias, the color balance is set during the end of each vertical blanking time. The control sequence is: 1. Grid pulse on G1 causes cathode current (3 lines top of screen) which is transmitted by the beam current feedback to the beam current buffer where it is converted to a voltage and applied to the auto bias input pin. 2. Auto bias IC outputs a reference voltage at its input pin which sets the voltage across the coupling capacitor. This coupling capacitor voltage is directly dependent on beam current. After the grid pulse is over, the program pulse matches the voltage from the beam current buffer. If the voltage from the beam current buffer, during the grid pulse, is the same as the voltage from the program pulse, the bias is correct and no bias adjustment is made for that vertical cycle.

3.

F The aging of the picture tube (CRT) not only affects the balance of the cathode cutoff voltage, which is corrected by the auto bias circuit, but it also affects the gain of the CRT. The Auto Bright circuit actively corrects for CRT gain changes by sensing any common bias change from the auto bias circuit and adjusts the screen voltage to hold the average bias voltage constant. The lower adjustment on the flyback transformer is used to set the auto bright voltage to the center of its range. This sets up a second control feedback loop to eliminate picture variation due to the aging of the picture tube.

G The CRT is a 90° deflection type color picture tube with a 25KV EHT and has integral implosion protection.

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H Blanking is accomplished by setting the gain of the interface IC to zero during blank time. The Horizontal Blanking pulse is generated by amplifying the flyback pulse. The Vertical Blanking pulse is started by the vertical oscillator and ended by the counter in the auto bias IC via the "bias out" pulse. The Master Gain control, located on the remote PCB, sets the gain of the video signal when blanking is not active. The Beam Current Limiter circuit, which is designed to keep the FBT from overloading, will reduce the video gain if the average beam current exceeds .75mA. I The Sync Interface can be made to accept separate or composite sync. Two comparators are used to receive sync, one for vertical sync and the other for horizontal sync. Resistor dividers are used to protect the comparator IC from over voltage damage. J The Vertical Control circuit consists of: 1. 2. 3. 4. Vertical sync circuit. Vertical oscillator. Linear ramp generator. Output control and bias circuits for controlling the power driver.

The active components that make up these circuits, except for part of the bias circuit, are located in the deflection control IC (LA7851). The vertical sync circuit is capable of accepting either positive or negative going sync pulses without adjustment. The vertical oscillator in the LA7851 is set at 45 Hz and will sync up to 65 Hz without adjustment. The deflection yoke is driven with a linear current ramp which produces evenly spaced horizontal lines on the raster. This linear ramp is generated by supplying a 1uF capacitor with a constant current. The vertical output voltage is held within range (biased) by a timer which partly discharges the 1uF ramp capacitor at the start of vertical retrace. The duration of the timer is controlled by the vertical output voltage and the vertical auto bias circuit. K The Vertical Auto Bias circuit greatly increases the range of the bias circuit built into the LA7851. It is made up of a negative peak detector and an amplifier which outputs current to the normal bias circuit, but with a much lower frequency response. This then eliminates the need for adjustments during production and permits the use of 50Hz and 60Hz vertical sync with only a size adjustment on the remote control board. K The aging of the picture tube (CRT) not only affects the balance of the cathode cutoff voltage, which is corrected by the auto bias circuit, but it also affects the gain of the CRT. The Auto Bright circuit actively corrects for CRT gain changes by sensing any common bias change from the auto bias circuit and adjusts the scre en voltage to hold the 9

M The Horizontal Control incorporates a variable sync delay and a phase locked loop to generate the horizontal timing. The H POS. adjustment on the remote control board sets the sync delay time which controls the picture position. The phase locked loop uses the flyback pulse to generate a sawtooth wave which is gated with the delayed sync pulse to control the horizontal oscillator. N The Horizontal Driver supplies the high base current necessary to drive the horizontal output transistor which has a beta as low as three. It also protects the horizontal output transistor since it is a transformer and cannot keep the base turned on for longer than its inductive time constant. O The Horizontal Output transistor is mounted to the rear frame which acts as a heat sink. The collector conducts 1,000 volt flyback pulses which should not be measured unless the equipment is specifically designed to withstand this type of stress. A linear ramp current is produced in the horizontal yoke by the conduction of the horizontal output transistor (trace time). A fast current reversal (retrace time) is achieved by the high voltage pulse that follows the turn off of the horizontal output transistor. This pulse is due to the inductive action of the yoke and flyback transformer. P The main function of the Flyback Transformer (FBT) is to generate a 25,000 volt (EHT) potential for the anode of the picture tube. This voltage times the beam current is the power that lights up the phosphor on the face of the picture tube. At .75mA beam current the FBT is producing almost 19 watts of high voltage power. The FBT also sources the focus voltage and the filament power. The FBT has a built in high voltage load resistor which stabilizes the EHT, for the low beam current condition. This resistor also discharges the EHT, when the monitor is turned off, which improves the safety of handling the monitor. Q The Remote Control PCB houses the: CONTROL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DESCRIPTION CIRCUIT

H SIZE ----------- Horizontal raster size --------- Diode modulator V SIZE ----------- Vertical raster size ------------- Vertical drive V RAS. POS. --- Vertical raster position ------- DC current to V. yoke H POS ------------ Horizontal picture position -- H. sync delay M GAIN ---------- Master gain ---------------------- Video interface

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R The Horizontal Size Control circuit has four inputs: # 1. 2. 3. 4. SIGNAL FUNCTION Horizontal size ---------------------- Horizontal size control Beam current ----------------------- Blooming control Vertical linear ramp ---------------- (#4)-(#3)=Vertical parabolic Vertical parabolic + V. linear ramp (Pincushion)

The horizontal size control circuit sums the four signals at one node to produce the diode modulator control voltage.

S The Diode Modulator is a series element of the horizontal tuned circuit. It forms a node between GND and the normal yoke return circuit. If this node is shorted to GND, maximum horizontal size is present. A diode is used to control the starting time of the retrace pulse at this node. The reverse conduction time is dependent on the forward current because the current waveform at this node has to exceed the forward current in the diode. A diode, placed in series with the yoke, is then used to control the retrace pulse amplitude across the yoke. The horizontal size, therefore, is controlled by controlling the current to this diode via the horizontal size control circuit.

T A Voltage Doubler is used in the power supply for two reasons: 1. To improve the efficiency of the power supply. 2. To permit 120 volt and 220 volt operation. For the 220 volt operation the voltage doubler is replaced with a bridge rectifier.

U The Switching Regulator is synchronized to the horizontal pulse and drives a power MOSFET. Unlike most regulators that have a common GND, this power supply has a common V+ and current is supplied from V- to GND. The MOSFET is connected to V- and signal ground (GND) through a transformer which is used as an inductor for series switchmode regulation. An operational amplifier, voltage reference, comparator, and oscillator in the power supply controller IC are used to accomplished regulation by means of pulse width modulation.

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The transformer has two taps on the main winding which are used to generate the +16 volt and +24 volt supplies. It also has a secondary which is referenced to V- and supplies the power supply. Since the power supply is generating its own power, a special start up circuit is built into the power supply controller IC that delays start up until its supply capacitor is charged up enough to furnish the current to start the power supply. This capacitor is charged with current through a high value resistor from the raw dc supply. This is why the power supply chirps when an overload or underload occurs. V The Load consists of the video amplifiers and the horizontal flyback circuit. The power supply will not operate without the load since the voltage that sustains the power supply comes from a secondary in the power transformer and depends on some primary current to generate secondary current.

W & X A separate +12V regulator for the video and the deflection circuits are used in this monitor to minimize raster and video interactions. This also simplifies PCB layout, since the video GND loops are separate from the deflection GND loops.

Y The Over Voltage Protect circuit is built into the power supply and monitors the flyback transformer peak pulse voltage. This circuit will turn off the power supply and hold it off if the EHT exceeds its rated value. This circuit not only provides assurance that the X-ray specifications are met but also protects the monitor from catastrophic failure due to a minor component failure.

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1492 & 2092 Monitor Block Diagram
GAME VIDEO SYNC
3

VIDEO
Interface A

3

VIDEO AMPS.
Bias
3 3 3 B

3

Beam
Current
Feedback C

3

CRT
G

BLANKING
F.B.P. V retrace Beam limit M. gain H Interface 2

Auto Bright

VDY
F 3

H DY

SYNC
I

AUTO BIAS IC
H. blank V. blank E

D Beam current buffer Program pulse Grid pulse

Vs

VERTICAL CONTROL
I. V. Feedback J

VERTICAL OUTPUT
High Efficiency L

VERTICAL AUTO BIAS
K EHT

Hs

HORIZONTAL CONTROL
M

H.
Driver
N PINCUSHION 2

H.
Output
O

FBT
P

Sync delay H. Pos.

V. Size & V. Ras. Pos.

REMOTE CONTROLS
(PCB) Q

HORIZONTAL Size Control
R

DIODE
Modulator
S Beam Current

+127V ISOLATION Transformer
(IN GAME)

VOLTAGE DOUBLER Raw DC 320V T
V-

LOAD

(VIDEO & DEFLECTION)

V

-200V

SWITCHING +16V REGULATOR +27V
Sync U OVER VOLTAGE PROTECT Y

+12V Video Regulator Supply W
+12V Deflection Zener Supply X

13

AA
8

BB

CC
81R

DD
13 20 11 3 13 20 11 3 13 1.8-2.3VDC

EE

FF

GG

HH

II

JJ

KK

LL
TC 10
8

MM
TC 6 FDH400
407

NN
1K 1/2W
406

PP
Socket Board
PCB 428

RR
432

Red Video Amplifier
6 7

0
8

RED

Green Video Amplifier
6 8 7 8.9-9.8VDC 1V 4uS WITH GRID

81G

FDH400

1K 1/2W GREEN
411

8 6

0
CRT
10 9
.68Ω
405 2092 0Ω 405

LA7830 Horizontal 10K Size
RC5
481 +12V

408

Blue Video Amplifier
+12V 1.65K
B11 124-126VDC

HEAT SINK
188 0 VDC 2-4V 17mS

270 Ω 66 Ω
B18 +127V

GND

VERTICAL 192 POWER AMPLIFIER GND

VERTICAL OUTPUT Vo
Retrace Booster

VERTICAL DRIVE
INPUT COMP.

0Ω RETRACE BOOSTER
160

FDH400
410

1K 1/2W
404

BLUE 11

12 5
1K 1/2W
422

*

.015uF 250V
414

7
1K
1/2W 413

470Ω
1/2W 403

1

431

392Ω

270Ω 40.2K
B17 B14 20 16 1N4148 1370 86B 17

1

B5

2SA

B15 18 87B 19 15

RC8 .1uF
84B 32 Ω B13 14 80-112VDC Dark screen 1.5-2.4V across 85B

0Ω
181

1
20

18

2
+12V 18

3
34K
H10 22-25VDC 25V 17mS

4
.7-1.0VDC .9V 17mS

5

6
22-25VDC 1V 16mS +27V

7
1.2VDC 25V 17mS

412 TC 3 GRID PULSE

10K 1/2W
425

EHT

8

539Ω
B20 1 3 10

Vertical Size Vertical Raster Position
RC3

500Ω
482

1K
H12

RC6

88K
H20

22K
H15

22K
H16 17

1K 1/2W
418

0Ω 1 330Ω
174 8 H1

330Ω 1N4148
H2 H25 3904

200K
H13

68K
5 SOT 7 B1

1

750Ω
486

3906

330pF 118K
H4 208 Vo 12.4 TO 14V 42V 17mS

TC 4

2SC3675 100K
416 417

100K 1/2W
415 47Ω 1/2W 424

1
TC1 TC2

56pF
204

.015uF
82B 20

510 Ω
B16

1uF
202

1K
483

10

301Ω 11
H5

1N4005 470uF,50V 190 + 191

47Ω
1/2W 402

330pF
423

4,700pF
421

200K
420

H22

9

GND YC1
18

FIL.

606Ω
B6

1.27K
B8 12 14

NE592
B22 5 8

1000pF 180 Ω
B2

510 Ω
89B 83B 2

3.3Ω
88B

10uF

H23

22K
H14 15

.01uF
207

.068uF
220

.047uF
210

1,000pF
205

H24 GND

200Ω, 2W
196

2

2SC3467 .1uF
4 8.0-9.2VDC 1-2V 4uS WITH GRID

FDH400
90B

193

3.78K
B19

Horizontal 20K Position

1K
15

RC7

1.8K
92B

484 +12V

+12V GND

.01uF
209

3.3pF
B00

096

27 Ω
B3

2SA1370

5.62K
B12 GND

11

1.8K
91B 93B

RC2

Master Gain

Vs 100uF
216

10uF
068

0Ω
175

.1uF VERT. 206 OSC.
5.7-6.6VDC 4V 17mS

127K
200 4

500K
H19

14,6

13

11.5-12.5V H7

1,000uF 35V + 4.75K
H8 16 195 H9

H11 19

VERTICAL DEFLECTION YOKE
433

2

-9Hz 76.8K B
H6 11 3.0-3.8VDC 3V 17mS

330Ω
12 .7-1.2VDC .9V 17mS

1N4742
223

4.99K
6-6.4VDC .36-.4VDC .6V 63uS

YC2 2SC3467

1K
485 GND

200K
H18

.047uF
187 5.8-6.5VDC 4V 17mS or Hp5,2 7

22K
H17

V

RAS. POS. 0 TO 7 VDC

180

790Ω
B9

836Ω
B10

1.2K
B4

3.32K
B7 81B +12V

Bias Control Line 3 7.4-8.4VDC

1K
058

Remote Control
PCB 490 RC4 RC1

84K
H3

C +9Hz

.16-.23VDC 5V 17mS

150Ω 1/2W GND
182

NO DVM 1KV 63uS

18Ω
224

20
VERTICAL

19
VERTICAL ± SYNC INPUT

18

17
RETRACE & BIAS O/S

16
V Ref.

15

3

VERTICAL BLANKING

+10V

1.8K
129

6.8K

6.8K 0Ω
124 138

1.21K
100

MPS A64 D
098

+12V
.1uF .1uF
095 128

OUT

IN

+16V

100uF
225

V+

VERTICAL OSCILLATOR DELAYED SYNC O/S

14 GND

13
X-RAY PROTECT

12
+ comp. -

11
2SC4159E

12.7VDC 33V 63uS Horizontal Drive

10
2SD1651
304 +127V

FLYBACK TRANSFORMER

EHT

Transformer
19 2 237 3 4

3

PN2907

2 1
1/2 LM393 155

136 1N4148

7812
GND 130

LA7851

8

6 5

139 1N4148 102

+

3

134

7
1.8K
135

1/2 LM393

1.92.3V

1.62K
097 GND

PICTURE Horizontal POSITION O/S SYNC INPUT 2

SAW TOOTH TR . GENERATOR

MULTIPLIER BIAS

HORIZONTAL OSCILLATOR DISCHARGE

218

236 20 17 +27V GND +127V V-

100Ω
I11

0Ω
173 VIDEO GAIN LINE

2.7K
I4

8 7

1
+12V
Reverse Hs

2
7.9-8.5VDC 4.4V 63uS

3
8.2-9VDC 4.4V 63uS 11

4
.1-.3VDC 1.4V 63uS

5
3.6-4.1VDC 1.6V 63uS

6
3.2VDC 2.9-3.4VDC 0V

7
5.9VDC 5.7-6.3VDC .2V 63uS 14

8
6.3VDC 5.9-6.4VDC 4V 63uS

9

H. V+ 10
235

2,200pF
234

1

9 6 8 7 3

FOCUS SCREEN

390Ω, 2W
157

+

1.8K
156 3.0-3.8VDC 3V 17mS 7.2-8.1VDC 5V 63uS

5.3-6VDC 7.5V 63uS

2.05K

1.8K
133 GND

4

GND

GND

4

HORIZONTAL 6.4-7.5VDC BLANKING 8V 63uS 1N4148

12K
I2

.047uF
132

1.8K
137

Hs 56pF
198

3

1.8K
I1

D 8.8K
I12

6.8K
I13

+ 1uF
230

22K
I3

1,000 pF
226

9

10K
I7

13

33K
I8

1K

15

25K
I5 6,10

330pF
227 1

45K
I6

6,800pF
228

18

+

I9 9.31K

H.Fo ADJ. 170Ω 680Ω 340Ω I14
I16 I15 +800Hz +400Hz +200Hz 16

4 Current 5 FIL. 1 FIL.
CPT1500 GND
297

Beam

FR205
293

HORIZONTAL RASTER ADJ. FR205 HR
314

V-

2

4

PN2222

106

1uF
233

.01uF
231

6800pF
232 I10

0Ω
289

6.8K
107 104

1K
112

.01uF
197 0VDC 47V 63uS Hs

GND

HL

Z

312

G

F

E

1N4148
105 GND

470Ω,1/2W 270Ω, 2W
309 303

GND 9 4.2-8.2VDC 5-10 17mS 10 FBP 1N4005 1N4005 101 103 1N4005 145

GND

GND

+12V

Beam current limiter circuit. MPSA64 +6V 270Ω PN2222 62K 071 D
65A 063

62K
070 +

S

T

750Ω
064

5
.1uF

U 1.62K
040

.1uF

065

10uF
066

909Ω
054

200Ω 412Ω
056 1.62K 055 057 2.7K 094

1.82K
C6

+10V +4.2V

VERTICAL LINEARITY

069 GND

.1uF
150

22K
148 146

2.74K
C7 +12V GND 11

C -1.5V 2.33K

D -3V 4.67K
J14 20

+127V +27V
150uF
TZ160B-T3 160V Zener 295 250V 317

+127V
FR205
263

5

36K
203

Y

5 6
13

1.82K
C4

+

146

.1uF
144

032

6.8K
030

15.8K
033

1/4 LM324

7
12

62K
016

*
017

3.92K
013

3.92K
003 14

1 GND Vcc 22 CA3224E
123

AUTO BIAS IC

10 + 9

.1uF
250V 294

+16V + 1,000uF
131

FR205 .1uF
261 260

.33uF
183

1/4 LM324

8

193K
J1

J13

+ 1,000uF
215

2092 28K 203

10uF +
201

1K
178

4

HORIZONTAL YOKE 10K
G3 433

7.15K
172 127VDC 150V 300V MAX. MIN.

.1uF
262

10K
184

YC4
H. Size

10

9 10
1/4 LM324

4K
C10 6,800pF 108 8

200Ω
C8 7

.1uF
122

X

Q

1.8K R
015

5K
C9

6

68.1K
C3

5.86.4V

22K
147

+

127

249 250 6

251 16.3-17.8VDC 6.5-7.5VDC

G7

16 13 9 6 11 3 10 5 12 TTL M GAIN +A EN +12V - A BL R o G o Bo BBL Controls XRC5346A 036 GND R IN 2 RR 1
038

3 2
16

+
1/4 LM324

.047uF
121

1
17

3
1.22.5V

sw. normal comp. sw. in grid pls. pos.

20

2.56.7V

33K
141

1
INPUT
ERROR

4

15

4K
C11 6,800pF 110

200Ω
C13 5

10.6K
J5

.01uF
275 281

+15V 16 +17V 15
INPUT

14.8-16.3VDC

18Ω
248A

FR205
248

SMXFR 5 9 4 3 1 258 2

6

6
220K
G6

1/4 LM324 165

7

6VDC 4V 17mS

10K
5 2092 36K 166 G4

FR205
266

9

5K
G5

.1uF
120

5K
C12 1/4 LM324

4
5.86.4V

Green input sw.

GIN 14

GR B IN 15 7
340Ω
035

BR 8
340Ω
031 18

68.1K
C2

Green hold cap.

19 10uF
126 2.56.7V

260Ω
J16

B +3V A +1.5V 56K
J4 4 5

AMP.
6.5-7.5VDC .5-.8VDC

8

2 3
INPUT Over Voltage 14 COMP. Protect } INPUT Output CONTROL & FAULT SENSE
6-7VDC +127V

19

12 13
19

+

.047uF
118

340Ω

14
20

5
1.22.5V comp.

18

33K 130Ω
142 J15

191K
16

1N4148 1,000 pF
291 162 290

3.3K
179 20 +6V

1.82K
G17

2092 22K 166 H. Pincushion 167 Parabolic

12K

7

J 12.1K
023

M 340Ω
024

K 12.1K
034

N 340Ω
037

L 12.1K
008

O 340Ω
007 GND

4K
C14 6,800pF 111

200Ω
C16 4

6,800pF 56pF
274 275 275

.022uF
296 V20

.1uF
285

287

.1uF
117 1

5K
C15

6
5.86.4V

Blue input sw.

68.1K
C1

Blue hold cap.

17 10uF
125 2.56.7V

38.3K
J9

1.8K
159

11K
J2

4

28K Blooming correction. H. Width G12 .01uF 100K
163 G10

3.4-4.2VDC

.047uF 1.00M
271 18

+ 100uF
169

62K
166A

2.2nF 33K
254A 143 2

.047uF
116

7
1.22.5V comp. 6V Ref. CL Start Counter FF Q BIAS

16

23.2K
J3

56pF
276

.1-.5VDC

3.6-4.4VDC 6V 63uS

1.00M
J10 17

V. RETRACE

604Ω
018

604Ω
044

464Ω
014

FR205
252 220Vo

2.7K
052 +12V

1.8K
273 279 9 5.7-6.3VDC 3.5-4.1VDC 3-4V 63uS

5

4uS DELAY

COMP. + OUTPUT

12 13

H SIZE
+12V 4

1

38.3K
G11

13

5.3-5.7VDC .10-.17VDC 1V 63uS

G
1N4148 020

H
1N4148 042

I
1N4148 012

.1uF

.1uF
060 GND

11.5-12.5V

1K 22K
062 078

33K
152

8
.1.3V

15
4.6-5.2VDC 246

14.7K
J11 12

15.8K
J12

33.2K 100K
1/2W 247 7 8,14 J6 J7

6 Rx Osc. 7 Cx

10K
G2

*

2 3

4
1/4 LM324

12 + 13
18 1/4 LM324

164

4.42K
051

+

046

270 Ω
045

022

041

010

PN2907

2

1/2 LM393 67 1/2 LM393

1

12K
176

20K
C5 2,9

10
6.37.7V

301Ω
021

301Ω
043

301Ω
011

P

GND

270Ω 301Ω
001 053 FG

5 + 6

HB 7
+10V

EN 21 H. Line Auto Counter Bias CL Active Decoder sw. control GRID PULSE PROGRAM PULSE

6,800pF
277

2SK1446LS 18Ω
270 1N4005 283 284 268

13

Inrush Current Limit

2.2nF
254A

150uF 250V
257

330pF
288

DRIVE

10
MPSA64 D 2,200pF
282

HEAT SINK
267

10K
GND G1 2, 12

90K

1.8K
77

D 301Ω
004

E

301Ω
026

F

1.8K 1K
050 047

048 .14-.16V

11

12
3A FUSE

25-.5Ω C-200
240

FR205 100uF
254 220Vo 286

4

0VDC 48V 63uS

8 +7.5V REF. V- 9 XRC5184 280
J PRA PINS: 3,10,15, & 19

CC1 200pF
265

CC2 BF5ROM 125 No. Optional LTR.No.
244

1.2Ω
292

150Ω
264

LEGEND

2.7K
154

A

75Ω
005

B

75Ω
027

C

75Ω
002 FRAME GND

270Ω
061

PN2222
153

9
R

.5-.8VDC .7V 17mS

8.0-9.0VDC 8.4V 17mS 1.9-2.3VDC 4V 17mS

V-

V-

245

239

255

GND

GND

G
VC GREEN 5 INPUT

B
VC BLUE 6 INPUT

HORIZONTAL SYNC H VC 4 LINE 0 TTL INPUT
TH

VC RED VC 4 INPUT 3

s VC

Vs
VC VERTICAL 2 SYNC

241

1

PC 115VAC PC 2 INPUT 1

NOTES:
238

POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGES REFERENCED FROM VSCOPE GND MUST NOT BE CONNECTED TO GND AND V- AT THE SAME TIME.

Dual Posistor Optional. 246

WAVEFORM

BOARD PART No. PART No. ON PRA. X X PRA PIN No. DC VOLTAGE XRANGE, USING Y V X-Y VDC A DMM. X-Y VDC AC VOLTS CYCLE Vp-p TIME Peak to Peak TIME
Measured with scope

14

AA

BB

CC

DD

EE

FF

GG

HH

II

JJ

KK

LL

MM

+

8

025

6.8K

1.8K

3

8

080

8

9

GND

5V Ref.

14

253 150uF CUT 250V FOR 256 220Vo

Current SENSE

11
2.4-3.6VDC 14V 63uS

510Ω
J8 13 3

1

+6V LINE 19 6.8K

11
GND

6.8K
171

G16

.1uF
161

16K 17 .01uF
G15 168

CERONIX
SCALE:

NONE
F. H.

DRAWN BY:

CERONIX MODEL 1492 MONITOR CIRCUIT
DRAWING NUMBER

NN

+
6VDC 3V 17mS 8 2092 68uH 301

2

Red input

Red hold cap.

21 10uF

1 2SA1371E

*

100K

GND

Pincushion correction. 10K 7 5

8

YC3 H. Width

2.2K
1/2W 298

1N4005
308

220uH
301

6
.01uF 1.5KV
306

8.87K
167 Linear

H. Lin. 68uH
302

3,300pF
300

2092 8.2nF 306

.47uF 250V
8VDC 23V 70V 250V 63uS MAX. MIN. H. Size 305 2092 .33uF 305

1N4005
310

Adj. 50K
G9

7

8VDC 22V 4V 12Vp-p 17mS MAX. MIN. H. Size

750uH
316

44.2K
G13 14

2SC4159E
G14 15 16

0Ω
278

1N4937
311

14 2.2K
185

HEAT SINK
186

2.7uF
315

.022uF 630V
307

8

12265 Locksley Lane Auburn, California 95602-2055
5/21/88 2/12/98

DATE & REV. 1/16/88

1/8/88

3/11/88 11/12/90

9

2ED0114-E

PP

RR

15

VIDEO INTERFACE CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION (+ & - Analog)
The video interface circuit is a general purpose RGB type input circuit. This circuit connects the external video signal to the video amplifiers. It can accept positive going analog, negative going analog, and 4 line TTL. The particular mode of operation is selected by placing solder bridges on the foil side of the PCB. The solder bridge patterns are given in appendix A. Simplified video interface circuit:
Black Level (5.6V)

1. NEGATIVE GOING ANALOG MODE.
+12V
Saturated Color (1V) RED channel shown

16

7.5V BIAS LINE
2.2V R,G,&B VIDEO INPUTS 301Ω 21 62K 16 R 20 604Ω 18 200 Ω 3.6K Connections Installed ALWAYS NORMALLY

VIDEO AMPS

MG 12

2 3

6.3V

C5346
36 (-A BL)

MASTER GAIN& BLANKING

-Analog Black Level

Q&Y

S&X

In the negative analog mode, the video signal has a black level which is the -A BL voltage. This voltage is normally 5.6V and may be set to 5.1V by adding solder connection R . The saturated color is the lowest input voltage (.9V-1.1V). To prevent input line ringing from exceeding the saturated color voltage limit, a clamp diode 20 has been added. The current amplitude to the video amplifiers is defined by resistors 21 & 18 and the master gain voltage.
Saturated Color (1.6V or 3.2V)

2. POSITIVE GOING ANALOG MODE. +12V
Black Level (.27V) 15.8K 11 R,G,&B VIDEO INPUTS D A 75Ω 05 301Ω 04 33 200Ω 301Ω 21 +12V 12.1K 23 340Ω 24 J 340Ω 38 M 3.6K

7.5V BIAS LINE
+ANALOG ENABLE

RED channel shown

16

VIDEO AMPS

MG 12

2

C5346
36

Connection Installed ALWAYS NORMALLY

MASTER GAIN & BLANKING

Y

D,E,F,G,H,I, J,K,L,P, & T

3

In the positive analog mode, a bias current flows to the input which is set by resistor 33 at the +Analog Enable input. This current produces a voltage, across the parallel resistance of the (game and 04 ) plus resistor 21 , at the IC pin 2. Without this bias current the black level input voltage to the C5346 would be 0V and resistor 23 would not be needed. With a bias resistor of 15.8K, the bias current is .6mA. If the external source resistance is 300 ohms, the black level voltage at pin 2 is .27V. A black level voltage of .3V is set by resistor divider 23 , 24 to compensate for the bias current voltage drop. The input termination resistor 04 reduces video line ringing and sets a dark screen when the video input connector is disconnected. The saturated color is the highest input voltage. There are two standard, saturated color, 16 voltages available: 1.6V J connected and 3.2V M connected.

VIDEO INTERFACE CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION (TTL)
3. 4 LINE TTL MODE. +12V 7.5V BIAS LINE
15.8K R,G,&B VIDEO INPUTS 33 +12V 905 Ω 18 21 1K (Optional) 04 +12V INTENSITY INPUT 3.92K 03 1.87K 15 200Ω 2.7V 3.6K RED channel shown

16

11

VIDEO AMPS

+ANALOG EN. &TTL

MG 12

2
GND 3.92K 13

C5346
36

Connections Installed ALWAYS NORMALLY

MASTER GAIN & BLANKING

None

A, B, C, P, & T

5

In the 4 line TTL mode the red, green, and blue video lines will pass color when high. The intensity of the color is set by the fourth TTL line. Saturated color is displayed when the intensity line is high or open, and when it is low, the displayed color is half intensity. Although the R, G, and B lines are logic lines, the intensity line is an analog line. To insure full saturated color, the TTL driver to the intensity line should have no other loads. The, 1K to GND, input resistor on the color lines may be installed to keep the screen dark when no video input cable is connected. The logic 0 voltage at the input is 0 to .4V @ .6mA. The logic 1 voltage at the input is 2.7V to 5.5V @ -2.1mA with the 1K pulldown and .6mA without.

Refer to the video interface schematic to the right for the following component description. Both the blanking and the gain control is accomplished by the Master Gain line to the video interface IC (C5346 pin 12). Resistors 054 , 055 , 056 , 057 , & 094 provide five 94 programmable voltages for setting the max. MG voltage. The video gain is also affected by each of the input modes. Resistors 021 , 018 , 043 , 044 , 011 , and 014 set the video gain for the -Analog mode and provide protection to the video interface IC inputs in the +Analog and TTL modes. Resistors 014 and 030 modify the blue video response in the Analog mode. The video gain, for the +Analog mode is set by resistors 023 , 024 , 038 , 034 , 037 , 035 , 008 , 007 , and 031 . The TTL video gain is set by resistors 003 , 013 , and 015 . In the +Analog mode, G , H , AND I are bridged to reduce the offset voltage caused by the bias current. Also, input termination resistors 004 , 026 , and 001 are used to improve input line matching. In the TTL mode resistors 005 , 027 , and 002 may be 1K & programmed in. A clamp circuit is used in the -Analog mode to reduce the effect of line ringing. Resistors 050 and 051 provide a reference voltage which is buffered by PNP transistor 053 , load resistor 052 , capacitor 025 , and applied to diodes 020 , 042 , and 012 to perform this clamping function. P is bridged to reference the clamp to GND for the +Analog and TTL modes. Resistor 016 is used to set the -Analog black level lower than 5.6 volts. If the -Analog black level is set below 4.9 volts, both resistors 016 & 017 are used to override the chip resistor tolerance. The black level for the blue channel may be increased for all modes by connecting resistor 030 . The C5346 036 has, built in, separate circuits for each of the three input modes. These modes are selected by bridge points Q & Y . 17

VIDEO INTERFACE SCHEMATIC To Video Amps. P.S. Master Gain line (MG)
S 909 Ω
054

T 200 Ω
056 1.62K 055

U 412 Ω
057 2.7K 094

1.5K
040

4.2-8.2VDC 5-10 17mS

Y
+12V GND * 017

.1uF
032

6.8K
030

15.8K
033

62K
016

3.92K 3.92K
013 003

X

Q

1.87K R
015

16 13 9 6 11 3 5 12 10 - A BL TTL M GAIN + A EN +12V Ro G o B o BL B Controls C5346 036 4 GND R IN 2 RR 1
340Ω
038

GIN 14

GR B IN 15 7
340Ω
035

BR 8
340Ω
031

J 12.1K
023

M 340 Ω
024

K 12.1K
034

N 340 Ω
037

L 12.1K
008

O 340Ω
007

604Ω
018

604Ω
044

464Ω
014

2.7K
052 +12V

G
1N4148 020

H
1N4148 042

I
1N4148 012

.1uF
025

.1uF
060 GND

4.42K
051

022

041

010

301Ω
021

301Ω
043

301Ω
011

PN2907

P

D 301Ω
004

E

301Ω
026

F

301Ω
001

053 FG

1.00K
050

A

75 Ω
005

B

75 Ω
027

C

75 Ω
002 FRAME GND

GND

R
VC RED 4 INPUT

G
VC GREEN 5 INPUT

VC BLUE VC 4 TH LINE 6 INPUT 0 TTL INPUT

B

HORIZONTAL SYNC

18

VIDEO AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT, FUNCTION, DESCRIPTION
The video amplifier, is a high speed push pull amplifier, which can swing as much as 92 volts. The maximum dynamic output swing is limited to 60 volts. The rest of the output voltage range is reserved for bias adjustment.
+127V

SIMPLIFIED VIDEO AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT:
+12V 40.2K VIDEO INTERFACE 392Ω B5 606Ω B6 790Ω B9 836Ω B10 1.65K B11 1 B17

270Ω B14

2SA1370

66Ω B15 87B

+
NE592 7

68K B1

.015uF 82B 2SC3467 83B 27Ω B3

14 5.62K B12 From Auto Bias control output

C5346

+7.9V line

The video amplifier's output voltage, With no input signal, is the black level which is the picture tube cut off voltage. This voltage is set for each of the three video amplifiers by the auto bias circuit. This black level voltage has a range of 80V to 112V. The voltage swing at the output is 60 volts for a 4.3 mA current signal from the C5346. For this same 4.3 mA current signal the voltage swing at the video amp. input is 1.32 volts and the -input voltage swing at the NE592 is .75 volts. The reason for using the voltage matching resistor B6 is that the C5346 minimum output voltage is 7.7 volts, and the bias voltage at the NE592 input is 5.3 volts.

VIDEO AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The control circuit for the video amplifier is located on the B PRA (B precision resistor array). The B PRA includes all the Bxx resistors and the NE592. All of the parts labeled xxR , Rxx xxG , and xxB , are components located on the circuit board, which are part of the red, xxG xxB green, and blue video amplifiers. The video amplifier's stability and precise response to the input signal comes from a combination of the geometric layout of the B PRA and the high frequency response of the NE592. The NE592 stabilization capacitor B00 is an integral part of the B PRA conductor layout. Resistor B 4 is used to boost the NE592 drive current to the PNP transistor 87B . B4 87B The NE592 bias circuit, at the input side, consists of B 5 , B6 , and B 9 . B5 B9 The negative feedback bias resistors are, B11 , B10 , and B 12 with B 17 as the B11 B12 B17 output feedback resistor. Resistors B19 and B20 are connected to solder pads which, when bridged, permit the 1492 B PRA to be used on the models 1490 and 1491 monitors. The NE592 gain is set by resistor B8 . The drive signal from the NE592, B22 pin 7, B22 is coupled to the base of the NPN transistor 83B through an impedance matching resistor B2 . B2 This drive is also coupled to the base of the PNP transistor 87B via a coupling capacitor 82B . 87B 82B The NE592 output voltage range is 6V to 10V, which is the reason for the 7.9 volt NPN bias line. The 7.9 volt bias line is generated by buffering a voltage divider, formed by resistors 097 97 and 100 , with a PNP darlington transistor 098 . A capacitor 095 is connected to 98 95 shunt the high current spikes to GND. This line is common to all three video amplifiers. The AC current gain is set by resistor B3 for the NPN output transistor and by B13 B13 for the PNP output transistor which is AC coupled via a capacitor 84B . On a positive 84B output transition of the video amplifier, the current of the PNP transistor can go as high as 32mA and on a negative transition the current drops to 0mA

19

VIDEO AMPLIFIER SCHEMATIC
6 8 7 8.9-9.8VDC 1V 4uS WITH GRID 3 13 1.8-2.3VDC

Blue Video Amplifier
+12V 1.65K
B11 124-126VDC

270 Ω 66 Ω
B18 +127V

392 Ω
B5

270 Ω 40.2K
B17 B14 20 16 1N4148 1370 86B 17

2SA

B15 18 87B 19 15

8

539 Ω
B20 1 3 10

.1uF
84B

68K
5 SOT 7 B1

1

32 Ω
B13 14 80-112VDC Dark screen 1.5-2.4V across 85B

.015uF
82B 20

510 Ω
B16

606Ω
B6

1.27K
B8 12 14

NE592
B22 5 8

1000pF 180 Ω 510 Ω B2 2SC 85B 3467
4 8.0-9.2VDC 1-2V 4uS 2 WITH GRID 11 83B 88B

FDH400
90B

3.78K
B19

.1uF 3.3pF
B00 096

2.2K
92B

27 Ω
B3

2SA 1370

5.62K
B12 GND

PART OF AUTO BIAS 2.2K
93B

790 Ω
B9

836 Ω
B10

1.2K
B4

3.32K
B7 81B

91B

BIAS CONTROL LINE 3 7.4-8.4VDC +12V

+12V VIDEO INTERFACE MG VERTICAL and HORIZONTAL BLANKING, Master Gain, & Beam limiter

+12V

1.21K
100

MPS A64 D
098

1.62K
097 GND

.1uF
095 GND

R

G

B

VIDEO SOURCE (external)

For low output distortion, the PNP transistor is biased with a 6 mA current. The NPN transistor and resistor B 17 conduct the PNP bias current to GND. Diode 86B balances the B17 PNP base to emitter voltage. Resistors B1 and B14 set the voltage across B 15 which B14 B15 define the video amplifier output stage bias current. A quick way to check this current, is to measure the voltage drop across the 510 ohm 85B . The permissible voltage range is listed on the schematic as 1.5-2.4V. The PNP and NPN collector resistors B16 and 85B help stabilize the amplifier and provide some arc protection. Resistor B 18 is used to decouple B18 the video amplifiers from the +127V line. Capacitor 096 is used to decouple the +12 volt line 96 close to the video amplifiers. If this capacitor or the 7.9V line capacitor 095 is open, the video may be unstable and distorted. Resistor B7 is the auto bias output load resistor. B7 If there is a problem with the video, first check the output waveform of the video amplifier, with the oscilloscope, if ok the problem is not in the video section. If not ok, check the input waveform at B PRA pin 8, if not ok there, check the video interface, If ok at the video amplifier input, refer to this section to help with analyzing the video amplifier problems. 20

SOCKET BOARD , DEGAUSSING CIRCUIT, AND LEGEND DESCRIPTION
TC 10
8

Socket Board
PCB 428 FDH400
407

432

TC 6

1K 1/2W
406

RED

FDH400
408

1K 1/2W GREEN
411

8 6

10

FDH400
410

1K 1/2W
404

BLUE 11

12
470Ω
1/2W 403

* TC 3 GRID PULSE
412

.1uF 250V
414

9
.68Ω
405 2092 0Ω 405

5
1K 1/2W
422

7
1K
1/2W 413

1

431

10K 1/2W
425

EHT EHT FOCUS SCREEN FBT TC1 TC2 FIL. FIL.

1K 1/2W
418

TC 4

2SC3675 100K
416 417

100K 1/2W 47Ω
424 415

330pF 47Ω
402 423

2,200pF
421

200K
420

GND

FIL.

The primary function of the socket board is to connect the main board to the CRT and to CC1 protect the main board against arc related voltage spikes which originate in the CRT. The tube socket has built in spark gaps which direct part of the arc energy to the 403 tube ground (aquadag) through a dissipation resistor 403 . The remaining high voltage CC2 406 411 404 from an arc is dropped across current limit resistors: Resistors 404 , 406 , and 411 and 407 408 410 diodes 407 , 408 , & 410 protect the video amplifiers by directing the arc energy to BF capacitor 414 . Since arcing does not normally occur in rapid succession, capacitor 414 414 414 5ROM is left to discharge by the leakage current of diodes 407 , 408 , & 410 and zener 408 410 125 diode 412 is not normally used. The grid pulse transistor is protected by a low pass filter 412 244 made up of resistors 422 & 425 and capacitor 423 . The auto bright transistor 417 422 425 423 417 is protected by resistors 416 & 420 and by a low pass filter comprised of 416 420 resistors 413 , 418 , & 415 and capacitor 421 . Resistors 402 & 424 413 418 415 421 402 424 3A FUSE reduce the arc energy from the tube ground to signal GND. 245 The current gain of the auto bright control loop is set by resistor 420 . 420 The filament current is fine tuned by resistor 405 . 405 The degaussing coil 432 is energized when power is turned on. 432 It then rapidly turns off due to the heating of posistor 244 . 244 241 PC 115VAC PC Legend Description 2 INPUT 1 238 Represents the 1492 board part number. The parts list gives the No. { CERONIX PART NUMBER which is indexed to the board part number. LTR.No. Part numbers of the resistors on the PRA indicated by LTR. LEGEND PRA pin number. To determine which PRA the pin number X X { belongs to, look for the nearest PRA part number on that line. No. BOARD PART No.
XYV X-Y VDC

DC voltages are measured to GND except in the power supply where V- is the reference. Use a DVM for DC measurements. TIME is the cycle time of the waveform. with { The waveform is normally checked Vp-p .a oscilloscope. It has a P-P voltage amplitude of

LTR.No. X X

X-Y VDC Vp-p TIME WAVEFORM

PART No. ON PRA. PRA PIN No. DC VOLTAGE XRANGE, USING Y V X-Y VDC A DMM. X-Y VDC AC VOLTS CYCLE Vp-p TIME Peak to Peak TIME
WAVEFORM Measured with scope

CAUTION: When making measurements on the power supply be sure that the other scope probe is not connected to GND.

21

BLANKING AND MASTER GAIN CIRCUIT, FUNCTION, DESCRIPTION Blanking in this monitor is accomplished by reducing the video gain to zero during the vertical and horizontal blank time. During video time, the gain is set by the master gain control which is located on the remote control PCB. If the overall beam current exceeds .75mA for more then ten frames, the beam current limiter circuit will reduce the video gain to protect the FBT.
SIMPLIFIED GAIN CONTROL CIRCUIT:
GAIN SELECT RESISTORS

+12V 1K 485

VIDEO INTERFACE

MASTER GAIN

1K 58

VIDEO GAIN LINE

C5346
36 3.6K

+12V

+
Video Amp.

To CRT

HORIZONTAL BLANKING
FLYBACK PULSE 0VDC 47V 63uS SIGNAL CONDITIONING CIRCUIT

200Ω +7.5V

PN2222
One of three input circuits. 104

BIAS ACTIVE
HIGH Z

VERTICAL BLANKING

BEAM CURRENT LIMITER +6V
MPSA64 PN2222

+2V

2 7
1N4148 134 1/2 LM393

5
Vertical Bias O/S 1/2
LM393

1

3 +
63

D
65

Total beam current From FBT
10uF 66

+2V

6 +

155

.047uF 132

The video P-P voltage amplitude at the cathodes, is the video input signal amplitude times the master gain control setting times the video amplifier gain. The gain select resistors set the maximum video gain via the master gain line. For a greater range of brightness, (highlighting) the video system is allowed to supply high peak video currents which could damage the FBT if sustained. The beam current limiter circuit insures that the long term maximum beam current is not exceeded.
104 Horizontal blanking is achieved by amplifying the flyback pulse (FBP) with transistor 104 . Vertical blanking starts as soon as the LA7851 starts the vertical retrace sequence and is terminated by the auto bias, bias active signal. A comparator is used to sense the vertical bias 132 O/S, at pin 16 of the LA7851, which goes low when vertical retrace starts. Capacitor 132 holds the vertical blanking active, between the vertical bias O/S pulse, and the bias active pulse. 132 When the bias active line goes high, the capacitor 132 is reset and vertical blanking ends, after the bias active line returns to it's high impedance state.

22

BLANKING AND MASTER GAIN CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION The master gain control 485 is connected to the video gain line through a 1K 58 resistor 58 . The voltage range of the video gain line is programmable via resistor 094 094 54 55 56 and solder bridges at S , T , & U which may connect resistors 54 , 55 , 56 , and T U 57 to the video gain line. This arrangement permits a variety of input signals and 57 picture tubes to be used with the same monitor PCB. Horizontal blanking ( H B ) is added to the gain line by transistors 104 . This transistor 102 pulls down on the gain line through diode 102 when the flyback pulse is high. 105 Capacitor 197 is charged by diodes 105 , 106 and resistor 112 such that, as soon as 112 the flyback pulse starts going positive the NPN transistor 104 turns on and horizontal blanking starts. The time constant of capacitor 197 and resistors 112 and 107 is 112 chosen such that the capacitor will lead the FBP on the downward slope and turn the horizontal blanking transistor off just at the end of the FBP. Vertical blank time is started when a low going pulse from the LA7851 pin 16 causes the output, pin 7, of the dual comparator 155 to go low. Capacitor 132 is discharged through resistor 135 at this time. After the end of the LA7851 pulse, the capacitor 132 135 holds the output, pin 1 of the comparator, low until the bias active pulse recharges the 134 capacitor 132 through diode 134 . During the high time of the bias active pulse, the 134 second comparator output is still low, because of the voltage drop across the diode 134 . The end of vertical blank time occurs when the bias active line returns to it's high impedance state. The capacitor 132 holds the charge from the bias active pulse until the next vertical blank time. The video gain line will source up to 32mA during blank time, which is the reason for buffering the vertical blank comparator with a PNP transistor 139 and E-B resistor 129 . 139 138 Resistors 137 and 138 supply a voltage that is midrange relative to the LA7851 pulse for maximum noise immunity. Resistors 133 and 136 also supply another midrange voltage for the bias active pulse and the, vertical blanking, hold capacitor to work against. Resistors 124 and 156 are used as jumpers. The beam current limiter circuit uses the base to emitter voltage of a darlington transistor 65 to set the maximum beam current. The beam current is converted to a voltage across resistor G17 . This voltage is applied to a long time constant RC circuit, 70 66 resistor 70 and capacitor 66 , before it is sensed by the darlington transistor. 65A Resistor 65 A has been added to protect the darlington transistor from arc energy. 64 71 The sharpness of the limiting response is set by resistors 64 and 71 . 63 Transistor 63 then, reduces the video gain by pulling down on the master gain line upon excessive beam current. 23

BLANKING AND MASTER GAIN SCHEMATIC

Remote control PCB VIDEO GAIN LINE
4.2-8.2VDC 5-10 17mS

1K
058

RC2

MASTER GAIN

+12V

1K
485 GND

VERTICAL BLANKING 1.8K
129

+10V

FROM AUTO BIAS SUPPLY

6.8K

6.8K 0Ω
124 138

MPS2907

2 1
1/2 LM393 155

136 1N4148

(BIAS ACTIVE) From auto bias IC pin 13
1.9-2.3VDC 4V 17mS

8
1/2 LM393

6 5

139 1N4148 102

+

3

134

7
1.8K
135

1.92.3V

+

1.8K
156

1.8K
133 GND

4

(VERTICAL BIAS O/S) From LA7851 pin 16
3.0-3.8VDC 3V 17mS

HORIZONTAL 6.4-7.5VDC BLANKING
8V 63uS 1N4148 106

.047uF 132

1.8K
137

PN2222

6.8K
104 107 1N4148 105

1K
112

.01uF
197 TO AUTO BIAS IC

(FLYBACK PULSE) From FBT pin 8
0VDC 47V 63uS

HB
GND

GAIN SELECT RESISTORS S 909Ω
054

M
10K
094

GAIN

C5346
036

T 200Ω
056

U 412 Ω
057

1.62K
040

VIDEO INTERFACE IC

1.62K
055 +12V GND

FBT
BEAM CURRENT LIMITER CIRCUIT. +6V PN2222 270Ω
071

+6V 1.8K

MPSA64 D
065 GND

62K
065A

62K
070 + 10uF 066

GI7

EHT Return

063

750Ω
064

24

Board No.s 001 to 100
Board Ref. Schematic Reference
BOARD No.

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BOARD No.

Models 1492 and 2092

Board Ref. Schematic Reference

PRICE

CERONIX PART No. CPR0128 CPR0124 CPR0140 CPR0128 CPR0124 CPS1754 CPR0129 CPR0144

DESCRIPTION

CERONIX PART No. CPR0141 CPR0012 CPQ1301 CPR0126 CPR0136 CPR0127 CPR0130 CPR0009 CPC1039 CPR0004 CPR0015 CPQ1303 CPR0007 CPQ1302 CPR0018 CPC1101 CPI1410 CPC1101 CPC1039 CPR0018 CPR0004

DESCRIPTION

001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 049 050

A1 A1 B1 B1 B1 C1 A2 A2

301 ohm ±1%, .25W 75 ohm ±1%, .25W 3.92K ohm ±1%, .25W 301 ohm ±1%, .25W 75 ohm ±1%, .25W 6 Conductor Header. BB7 340 ohm ±1%, .25W BB7 12.1K ohm ±1%, .25W BB9 BB9 CC6 AA9 AA9 BB8 BB8 BB8 BB6 BB7 BB6 BB6 BB6 AA7 Optional input filter capacitor. 301 ohm ±1%, .25W 1N4148 10mA, 75V Diode 3.92K ohm ±1%, .25W 464 ohm ±1%, .25W 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 62K ohm ±5%, .25W Optional -BL adjust resistor. 604 ohm ±1%, .25W 1N4148 10mA, 75V Diode 301 ohm ±1%, .25W Optional input filter capacitor. 12.1K ohm ±1%, .25W 340 ohm ±1%, .25W .1uF ±5% @ 50V 301 ohm ±1%, .25W 75 ohm ±1%, .25W 0 ohm Jumper 6.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 340 ohm ±1%, .25W .1uF ±5% @ 50V 15.8K ohm ±1%, .25W 12.1K ohm ±1%, .25W 340 ohm ±1%, .25W XRC5346A Custom Video IC 340 ohm ±1%, .25W 340 ohm ± 1%, .25W 1.62K ohm ±1%, .25W Optional input filter capacitor. 1N4148 10mA, 75V Diode 301 ohm ± 1%, .25W 604 ohm ±1%, .25W 270 ohm ±5%, .25W 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 270 ohm ±5%, .25W

.01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .22 .01 .01

A2 A2 A2 B1 B2 B1 B1 B1 CPR0132 B2 CPR0128 CPD1251 CPR0140 CPR0131 CPR0011 CPR0018

.01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .05 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .05 .01 .01 .01 1.51 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01

CPD1251 B1 AA8 CPR0128 B2 AA8 B2 AA8 CPR0144 B2 AA7 CPR0129 C2 AA7 CPC1039 C2 CC8 CPR0128 C2 BB9 CPR0124 C2 BB9 CPR0050 A2 CPR0013 CPR0129 CPC1039 CPR0145 CPR0144 CPR0129 CPI1409 CPR0129 CPR0129 A2 A2 A2 A2 B3 B2 B2 B2 B2 AA6 BB7 AA5 AA6 AA7 BB7 AA6 BB7 AA7 BB5 BB8 AA8 AA8 AA7 DD8 CC8 CC9 DD8

CPR0136 B2 C2 CPD1251 C2 CPR0128 C2 CPR0132 C2 CPR0004 D1 CPR0011 D1 CPR0011 D1 CPR0004 D1

CPR0009 D1 CC9 1K ohm ±5%, .25W

051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 064 065 065A 066 067 068 069 070 071 072 073 074 075 076 077 078 079 080 81B 82B 83B 84B 85B 86B 87B 88B 89B 90B 91B 92B 93B 094 095 096 097 098 099 100

D1 C1 C2 D2 D2 D2 D2 C2

CC8 CC8 CC8 AA5 AA5 AA5 BB5 EE3 CC8 DD9 DD8 PP5 PP5 PP5 RR5 RR5 DD8 GG2 PP5 RR5 PP5

4.42K ohm ±1%, .25W 2.7K ohm ±5%, .25W PN2907 .6A, 40V, .6W, PNP 909 ohm ±1%, .25W 1.62K ohm ±1%, .25W 205 ohm ±1%, .25W 412 ohm ±1%, .25W 1K ohm ±5%, .25W .1uF ±5% @ 50V 270 ohm ±5%, .25W 22K ohm ±5%, .25W PN2222A .6A, 30V, .5W, NPN 750 ohm ±5%, .25W MPSA64 .3A, 30V, D-PNP 62K ohm ±5%, .25W 10uF ±20% @ 50V LM393 Dual Comparator 10uF ±20% @ 50V .1uF ±5%, @ 50V 62K ohm ±5%, .25W 270 ohm ±5%, .25W

D1 D1 D1 D1 D2 D2 D2 D2 E1 E2 D1 E2 E2 E1 E1 E1 E1 E1 CPR0011 E1 CPR0009 E2 E1 C3 A3 A3 C3 B3 C3 C3 C3 C3 C3 C3 C3 C4 B3 A3 B3 A4 A4

EE9 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W EE8 1K ohm ±5%, .25W DD8 CC1 CC1 CC2 DD1 CC1 CC1 DD2 CC2 DD2 DD2 DD2 DD2 BB5 DD3 BB2 CC3 DD3 6.8K ohm ±5%, .25W Blue Video Amplifier .015uF ±10% @ 250V 2SC3467AE .1A, 200V, 1W, NPN. .1uF ±10% @ 250V 0Ω Jumper 1N4148 10mA, 75V Diode 2SA1370E .1A, 200V, 1W, PNP 1000pF ±20% @ 500V 510 ohm ±5%, .25W FDH400 .1A, 200V, Diode 2SA1370E .1A, 200V, 1W, PNP 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W CF 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W CF 2.7K ohm ±5%, .25W .1uF ±5% @ 50V .1uF ±5% @ 50V 1.62K ohm ±1%, .25W MPSA64 .3A, 30V, D-PNP

CPR0013 CPR0500 CPC1040 CPQ1308 CPC1037 CPR0050 CPD1251 CPQ1309 CPC1005 CPR0006 CPD1250 CPQ1309 CPR0011 CPR0011 CPR0012 CPC1039 CPC1039 CPR0136 CPQ1302

.01 1.12 .07 .16 .07 .01 .01 .19 .03 .01 .03 .19 .01 .01 .01 .05 .05 .01 .08 .01

CPR0134 B4 CC3 1.21K ohm ±1%, .25W

25

PRICE .01 .01 .06 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .05 .01 .01 .05 .01 .08 .01 .04 .31 .04 .05 .01 .01 .01 .01

Board No.s 101 to 200
Board Ref. Schematic Reference
BOARD No.

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BOARD No.

Models 1492 and 2092
PRICE .05 .01 .31 .01 .04 .26 .01 .01 .05 .04 .04 .01 .31 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .04 .05 .92 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .16 .01 .05 .08 .01 .01 .36 .11 .04 .13 .11 .01 .02 .19 .67 .03 .01 .22 .04 .04 .03 .01

CERONIX PART No. CPD1252 CPD1251 CPD1252 CPQ1303 CPD1251 CPD1251 CPR0013 CPC1028

DESCRIPTION

CERONIX PART No. CPQ1303 CPR0012 CPI1410 CPR0011 CPR0393 CPS1755 CPR0011 CPR0050 CPC1039 CPC1036 CPC1032 CPR0018 CPI1405 CPR0144 CPR0017 CPR0018 CPR0168 CPR0015 CPC1032 CPC1102 CPR0504 CPR0013 CPR0142 CPR0050 CPR0050 CPR0050 CPR0144 CPR0050 CPR0009 CPR0024 CPQ1308 CPR0050 CPR0351 CPC1041 CPR0050 CPR0143 CPQ1307 CPM2037 CPC1036 CPM2036 CPM2037 CPD1252 CPC1109 CPI1401 CPR0377 CPR0050 CPC1104 CPR0391 CPC1032 CPC1000 CPR0157

Board Ref. Schematic Reference

PRICE

DESCRIPTION

101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152

A5 A5 B5 B5 B5 B5 B4 C5

DD5 AA4 DD5 AA4 BB4 BB4 BB4 DD6

1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode 1N4148 10mA, 75V, Diode 1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode PN2222A .8A, 40V, .5W, NPN 1N4148 10mA, 75V, Diode 1N4148 10mA, 75V, Diode 6.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 6800pF ±10% @ 100V

.02 .01 .02 .05 .01 .01 .01 .03 .03 .03 .01 .29 .68 .04 .05 .04

CPC1028 C5 DD7 6800pF ±10% @ 100V CPC1028 C5 DD7 6800pF ±10% @ 100V CPR0009 D5 BB4 1K ohm ±5%, .25W CPS1756 CPR0506 CPC1036 CPC1039 CPC1036 CPC1039 CPC1036 CPC1039 CPI1402 CPR0050 CPC1101 CPC1101 CPC1101 CPC1039 CPR0011 CPI1407 CPC1104 CPC1036 CPR0011 CPD1251 CPR0011 CPR0013 CPR0011 CPR0013 CPQ1301 CPR0050 CPR0016 CPR0016 CPR0016 CPC1039 CPD1252 CPI1405 CPR0015 CPR0015 "TC" 10 Conductor Header D4 "C" PRA (Auto Bias) C5 A5 EE7 .047 uF ±5% @ 50V B5 EE7 .1 uF ±5% @ 50V B5 EE7 .047uF ±5% @ 50V B5 B5 B5 A6 A6 B6 B6 B6 A7 A6 A7 B7 B7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C6 A6 C6 C6 C6 C6 B6 C5 C5 C6 C6 EE6 EE6 EE6 FF7 CC3 FF7 FF6 FF6 EE3 AA3 EE3 JJ6 BB4 BB4 BB3 BB4 BB3 CC4 CC3 AA3 GG6 GG7 GG7 EE5 DD5 GG6 GG6 GG6

.1uF ±5% @ 50V .05 .047uF ±5% @ 50V .04 .1uF ±5% @ 50V .05 1.95 CA3224E Auto Bias IC 0 ohm Jumper. .01 10uF ±20% @ 50V .04 10uF ±20% @ 50V .04 10uF ±20% @ 50V .04 .1uF ±5% @ 50V .05 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 NJM7812FA 12V, 1A, Regulator. .30 1000uF ±20% @ 35V .22 .047uF ±5% @ 50V .04 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 1N4148 10mA, 75V, Diode .01 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 6.8K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 6.8K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 MPS2907 .6A, 40V, .6W, PNP .06 0 ohm Jumper .01 33K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 33K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 33K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 .1uF ±5% @ 50V .05 1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode .02 LM324 Quad Op. Amp. .31 22K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 22K ohm ±5%, .25W .01 .05 .01 .01

CPC1039 C6 GG5 .1uF ±5% @ 50V CPR0050 D6 0 ohm Jumper CPR0016 C6 EE8 33K ohm ±5%, .25W

153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 166 166A 167 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 183A 184 185 186 187 188 188A 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 200

C6 C6 C7 D7 D7 C2 F3 D2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E2 F3 F3 E3 D3 D3 D3 D3 E3 E3 F3 E4 E3 E3 E4 E3 E3 F3 G3 D4 E4 F4 E4 E4 E4 F4 F4 G4 D5 D5 D5 E5

EE9 DD9 BB3 CC4 MM4 MM7 LL0 NN8 MM7 NN7 NN8 NN7 NN7 NN7 NN7 NN7 NN7 PP8 MM7 MM8 NN5 GG4 GG1 GG2 EE8 NN5 MM7 MM2 GG1 NN3 MM5 NN6 PP8 PP8 GG3 GG1 GG1 KK1 KK1 HH1 GG2 MM2 JJ2 BB4 EE4 HH2

PN2222A .6A, 30V, .5W, NPN 2.7K ohm ±5%, .25W LM393 Dual Comparators 1.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 390 ohm ±5%, 2W "RC" 8 Conductor Header 1.8K ohm ±5% (Blooming adjust) 0 ohm Jumper .1uF ±5% @ 50V .047uF ±5% @ 50V .01uF ±5% @ 50V 62K ±5%, .25W (2092 Option) LM324 Quad Op. Amp. 12.1KΩ ±1%.25W (Pin. Adj) 1492 36KΩ ±5%, .25W (Pin. Adj) 2092 62KΩ ±5%, .25W (H. Ras. Adj.) 8.06KΩ ±1%.25W (Pin. Adj) 1492 22KΩ ±5%, .25W (Pin. Adj) 2092 .01uF ±5% @ 50V 100uF ±20% @ 25V "G" PRA (H. Width Control) 6.8K ohm ±5%, .25W 7.15K ohm ±1%, .25W 0 ohm Jumper 0 ohm Jumper 0 ohm Jumper 12.1K ohm ±1%, .25W 0 ohm Jumper 1K ohm ±5%, .25W 3.3KΩ ±5% .25W (Max. iBeam adj.) 2SC3467F .1A, 200V, 1W, NPN 0 ohm Jumper 150 ohm ±10%, .5W, CC .33uF ±5% @ 50V 0 ohm Jumper 10.0K ohm ±1%, .25W 2SC4159E 1.5A, 180V, 15W, NPN Heat Sink, H. Width output .047uF ±5% @ 50V Heat Sink, V. Deflection out Heat Sink (2092 Option) 1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode 470uF ±20% @ 50V LA7830 Vert. Def. Output 3.3 ohm ±5%, 1W 0 ohm Jumper 1000uF ±20% @ 35V 200 ohm ±5%, 2W .01uF ±5% @ 50V 56pF ±5% @ 100V 127K ohm ±1%, .25W

26

Board No.s 201 to 300
Board Ref. Schematic Reference
BOARD No. CERONIX PART No. CPC1101 CPC1043 CPR0017 CPR0163 CPC1000 CPC1005 CPC1058 CPC1032 CPC1002 CPC1032 CPC1036

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BOARD No.

Models 1492 and 2092
PRICE

DESCRIPTION

CERONIX PART No. CPD1264 CPC1003 CPD1264 CPD1264 CPC1003 CPR0050 CPD1264 CPC1105 CPC1105 CPT1503 CPR0050 CPD1264 CPC1039 CPC1039 CPD1264 CPR0351 CPC1006 CPD1264 CPM2027 CPQ1304 CPR0050 CPR0002 CPR0147 CPR0501 CPR0011 CPC1028 CPC1000 CPC1000 CPC1027 CPR0050 CPI1403 CPC1032 CPC1003 CPD1252 CPQ1302 CPC1039 CPC1102 CPR0169 CPC1002 CPR0050 CPD1251 CPC1026 CPR0376 CPD1264 CPC1037 CPD1256 CPC1034 CPT1500 CPR0356 CPR0353 CPC1035

Board Ref. Schematic Reference

PRICE

DESCRIPTION

201 202 203 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 248A 249 250 251

CPS1759 CPR0503 CPC1104 CPC1102 CPI1400 CPC1036 CPR0502 CPD1257 CPR0002 CPC1102 CPC1026 CPC1025 CPC1028 CPC1100 CPC1032 CPC1027 CPC1100 CPC1003 CPR0138 CPQ1307 CPT1505 CPS1753 CPR0426 CPS1758 CPS1758 CPRO427 CPR0425 CPRO430 CPR0366 CPD1264 CPR0002 CPQ1310 CPR0019

E5 E5 E5 E5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 G5 F5 D6 D6

MM5 GG2 MM5 MM5 JJ1 JJ2 HH2 HH2 II1 NN2 JJ2

10uF ±20% @ 50V 1.0uF ±5% @ 50V 36K ohm ±5%, .25W 1492 28.0KΩ ±1%, .25W 2092 56pF ±5% @ 100V 1000pF ±20% @ 500V .1uF ±5% @ 50V .01uF ±5% @ 50V 330pF ±10% @ 100V .01uF ±5% @ 50V .047uF ±5% @ 50V Vertical Deflection Bias Adj. Vertical Deflection Bias Adj. 4X .062 Dia. Bead Pins (YC) HH2 "H" PRA Vertical Control JJ6 1000uF ±20% @ 35V GG3 100uF ±20% @ 25V

.04 .17 .01 .01 .03 .03 .05 .04 .03 .04 .04

.01 1.26 .22 .05 1.48 .04 .68 .05 .01 .05 .06 .06 .03 .04 .04 .06 .04 .03 .01 .36 .60 .21 .28 .02 .02 .96 .25 .01 .04 .01 .22 .01

E6 KK3 LA7851 V. & H. Control IC F5 F6 D6 D6 D6 E6 E6 E6 E6 F6 F6 F6 F6 F7 F7 E7 F1 F1 F1 F2 F2 F2 F3 F3 G1 G2 G2 G2 G2 G3 H3 II1 KK4 JJ2 GG3 GG3 HH4 HH4 II4 .047uF ±5% @ 50V "I" PRA Horizontal Control 1N4742 12V ±5%, 1W, Z. DIODE 18 ohm ±5%, .25W 100uF ±20% @ 25V 1000pF ±5% @ 100V 330pF ±5% @ 100V 6800pF ±10% @ 100V

II4 1uF ±20% @ 50V JJ4 .01uF ±5% @ 50V JJ4 6800pF ±5% @ 100V JJ4 1uF ±20% @ 50V MM3 2,200pF ±20% @ 1KV KK4 2.05K ohm ±1%, Hfo adjust. MM3 2SC4159E 1.5A, 180V, 15W, NPN NN3 Horizontal Drive Transformer GG9 "PC" 2 Conductor Header GG9 Optional AC noise capacitor. GG9 C-200-7, 25-.5Ω Inrush Current Limiter GG9 Optional AC line capacitor. "CC" .093 Dia. Bead Pins "CC" .093 Dia. Bead Pins LL9 BF5ROM125 Posistor (Optional) GG9 SS1-3A 3 AMP FUSE LL9 Dual Posistor (Optional) HH8 100K ohm ±5%, .5W, CF KK6 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode JJ6 18 ohm ± 5%, .25W HH6 Optional 127V line control. HH6 2SA1371E .1A, 300V, 1W, PNP HH6 100K ohm ±5%, .25W

252 252A 253 254 254A 254B 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 298 300

H1 H1 H1 H2 G2 H2 H2 H1 H2 J1 I1 J1 J2 J2 J2 I2 I2 I2 J3 J3 J3 I2 I3 I3 G3 G3 G3 G3 G4 G4 G3 H4 H3 H3 H3 H3 I3 H3 I3 I4 G3 I4 I3 I3 J3 J3 J3 I4 I5 G5 G5 G5

GG8 GG7 GG8 GG9 GG7 GG9 HH8 HH8 KK6 KK5 KK6 JJ6 JJ5 KK9 KK8 KK6 LL8 KK8 KK8 KK7 HH7 HH7 II7 HH7 HH8 PP8 HH8 II6-8 HH6 JJ9 KK8 KK9 JJ7 HH9 KK7 II8 RR4 LL7 KK7 KK9 MM4 II5 II5 JJ6 PP3 PP6 PP6 PP6

.04 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode .03 2,200pF ±20% @ 1KV .04 FR205 (220V Option) .04 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode .03 2,200pF ±20% @ 1KV .01 0 ohm Jumper .04 FR205 (220V Option) .88 150uF ±20% @ 250V .88 150uF ±20% @ 250V 2.10 Switch Mode Transformer .01 0 ohm Jumper .04 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode .05 .1uF ±5% @ 50V .05 .1uF ±5% @ 50V .04 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode .07 150 ohm ±10%, .5W, CC .04 200pF ±10% @ 1KV, NPO .04 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode .08 HEAT SINK , Power Supply .94 2SK1446LS 450V, 7A, MOS FET 0Ω Jumper, to ground PS H. S. 267 .01 .01 18 ohm ±5%, .25W .01 1.0 Meg ohm ±1%, .25W .68 "J" Power Supply PRA .01 1.8K ±5%, 127V line adjust. .03 6800pF ±10% @ 100V .03 56pF ±5% @ 100V .03 56pF ±5% @ 100V .06 6800pF ±5% @ 100V .01 0 ohm Jumper Power Supply Fo Adjustment. 1.91 XRC5184 Custom P. S. IC .04 .01uF ±5% @ 50V .03 2200pF ±20% @ 1KV .04 1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode .08 MPSA64 .3A, 30V, D-PNP .05 .1uF ±5% @ 50V .05 100uF ±20% @ 25V .01 191K ohm ±1%, .25W .03 330pF ±10% @ 100V .01 0 ohm Jumper .01 1N4148 10mA, 75V, Diode .06 1000pF ±5% @ 100V .03 1.2 ohm ±5%, 1W .04 FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode .07 .1uF ±10% @ 250V .18 TZ160B-T3 160V ±5%, 1W, Z-Diode .08 .022uF ±5% @ 630V 10.64 Flyback Transformer .07 2.2KΩ ±10%, .5W, CC 1492 .07 1KΩ ±10%, .5W, CC 2092 .06 3,300pF ±5% @ 200V

27

Board No.s 301 to 490
Board Ref. Schematic Reference
BOARD No. CERONIX PART No. CPT1523 CPT1506 CPT1506 CPR0392 CPQ1305 CPC1050 CPC1059 CPC1030 CPC1055 CPC1034 CPD1252 CPR0365 CPD1252 CPD1253 CPD1264 CPR0050

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BOARD No. CERONIX PART No.

Models 1492 and 2092

Board Ref. Schematic Reference

PRIC E

DESCRIPTION

DESCRIPTION

301 301 302 303 304 305 305 306 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317

G5 G5 G6 F7 G7 H6 H6 H6 H6 H7 I6 H7 I6 I6 J6 J6

PP7 PP7 PP6 NN4 NN3 RR7 RR7 RR6 RR6 RR8 RR6 NN4 RR7 RR8 NN4

220uH Horz. Width Coil. 1492 Horz. Linearity Coil 2092 Horz. Linearity Coil 270 ohm ±5%, 2W 2SD1651 5A, 1.5KV, NPN .47uF ±5% @ 250V 1492 .33uF ±5% @ 250V 2092 .01uF ±3% @ 1.6KV 1492 8,200pF ±3% @ 1.6KV 2092 .022uF ±5% @ 630V 1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode 470 ohm ±5%, .5W, CF 1N4005 1A, 600V, R-Diode 1N4937 1A, 600V, F-Diode FR205 2A, 600V, F-Diode 0 ohm Jumper

.60 .60 .60 .04 1.48 .36 .38 .26 .37 .08 .02 .01 .02 .03 .04 .01 .32 .63 .88

REMOTE CONTROL BOARD
485 483 481 484 482 486 487 CPA4102 CPR0400 CPR0401 CPR0402 CPR0403 CPR0405 CPR0007 CPS1767 Remote PCB Assembly. FF2 1K ohm White Pot FF2 1K ohm Blue Pot FF1 10K ohm Yellow Pot FF2 20K ohm Orange Pot FF1 500 ohm Black Pot FF1 750 ohm ±5%, .25W "RC" 8 Conductor Cable 4.75 .17 .17 .17 .17 .17 .01 .87

PCB ASSEMBLIES
CPA4100 CPA4103 CPA4101 1492 Main PCB Assembly 2092 Main PCB Assembly CRT P.C. Board Assembly 105.00 115.00 7.50

CPC1044 I6 PP8 2.7uF ±10% @ 100V CPT1504 I7 PP7 Horizontal Width Coil CPC1105 J7 II5 150uF ±20% @ 250V

TUBE SOCKET BOARD
401 402 403 404 405 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 CPS1750 CPR0350 CPR0352 CPR0353 CPR0375 CPR0050 CPR0353 CPD1250 CPD1250 CPD1250 CPR0353 CPR0353 CPC1040 CPR0355 CPR0019 CPQ1306 CPR0353 CPR0029 CPC1003 CPR0353 CPC1002 CPR0350 CPR0354 CPS1769 CPS1768 CPS1758 NN1 NN1 NN0 PP1 PP1 NN1 MM0 MM0 CRT SOCKET 47 ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 470 ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 1K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC .68 ohm ±5%, 1W 1492 0Ω Jumper 2092 1K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC FDH400 .1A, 200V, Diode FDH400 .1A, 200V, Diode 1.54 .07 .07 .07 .03 .01 .07 .03 .03 .03 .07 .07 .07 .07 .01 .67 .07 .01 .03 .07 .03 .07 .07 .83 .99 .02

MM0 FDH400 .1A, 200V, Diode NN0 1K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC PP1 MM1 NN1 MM1 MM1 PP1 MM1 PP1 PP1 PP1 NN1 NN1 1K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC .015uF ±10% @ 250V 100K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 100K ohm ±5%, .25W, CF 2SC3675 .1A, 1.5KV, NPN 1K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 200K ohm ±10%, .25W, CF 2200pF ±20% @ 1KV 1K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 330pF ±10% @ 100V 47 ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 10K ohm ±10%, .5W, CC 10 Conductor Cable 10 Conductor Cable, Double length. .093 Dia. Bead Pin

28

PRIC E

A

B
006 301R, 001 75Ω, 002 301R, 004 75Ω, 005

C
VIDEO INPUT CONN.

D

E

F

G

H
+

I

J

VC
239 4 3 067 5 6 2 1
LM393

270R, 061

22K, 062

270R, 048 1K, 050 4.42K, 051 2.7K, 052

075 6.8K, 080 076 1.8K, 077 1K, 078 47nF, 162

238

0Ω, 259

3.92K, 003

1 2 3 HS VS

4 5 6 R G B

1.8K, 047

074

PC

7 8

1.8K, 015

256

SWITCH MODE TRANSFORMER 258

3.92K, 013

4148, 020

017

62K, 016

.1uF, 025

4148, 012

301R, 011

340R, 024

12.1K, 008

12.1K, 023

340R, 007

301R, 021 022

301R, 026

75Ω, 027

2222 063

464R,014

604R, 018

909R, 054 1.62K, 055 205R, 056 412R, 057 1K, 058

0Ω,

041

GND

8 7 6 .1uF, 032 6.8K, 030 C5346 9

5 4 3

2 1 1.62K, 040 340R, 037

301R, 043

4148, 042

2

340R, 031

340R,038

270R, 071 .1uF, 161

FR205,254 0Ω, 254B 25 5

+ 10uF 066

62K, 065A

62K, 070

241 100uF +169

028

CC

242

3 AMP FUSE

+
150uF 250V 150R, 264 .1uF, 262 200pF, 265 FR205,266 257 18R, 270 267 G 1.2Ω D S 268 .1uF,285 A64 284 + 100uF 286 1nF, 291 292 0Ω, 269 FR205,293 .1uF, 294 4148, 290 22nF +127V 296 TZ160B, 295 160V ZENER 2SK1446 FR205,263

.1uF, 261

Optional Dual Posistor.

2.2nF, 254A

2907 053

.1uF, 69 750R, 064 A64 065

010

+ 10uF 068

C-200,240

246 220 VAC Input

FR205,260

1.8K, 046

073

AC POWER

FR205,252 2.2nF, 252A 253

.1uF,060

1

270R, 045

072

150uF 250V

1

.01uF, 163 243

*
100K, 247

249

2

036 12 14 16

158 2

3 4 5 6 7 REMOTE C.

8 7 6 165 5 4

RC
604R, 044

none, 62K, 164 3 2 1 3.3K, 179 1.8K, 159

LM324 5ROM 0Ω, 160 8 9 12 14 62K, 166A 10nF, 168 14 16 170 6.8K, 171 150R, 182 20 G 186 B 0Ω,183A 10.0K, 184 C E 2SC4159 0Ω, 289 185 244

FR205,248 18Ω, 248A 1371 250 245 1 2 3 4 100K, 251 5 6 7 8 9 "J" PRA 2.2nF, 282 16 4005,283 15 14 C5184 13 12 11 280 10 9

15.8K, 033 340R, 035 12.1K, 034 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 13 "B" PRA

18

81B

1nF, 88B H400, 90B

1.00M, 271 14 16 272 20

12K, 36K, 166 8.1K, 22K, 167 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 "G" PRA

.015uF, 82B

.1uF, 84B 0Ω, 85B 2.7K, 094 510R, 89B 1370 87B 4148, 86B 11 13 "B" PRA 18 81G 1370 91B 1.8K, 92B

7.15K, 172

1.8K, 273

3
1

10nF, 281 6.8nF,274 56pF, 275 56pF, 276 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

3467 83B .1uF, 095 2 3

3

.1uF, 096 6 7 8

12K, 176

0Ω, 173

0Ω, 174

0Ω, 175

0Ω, 177

1K, 178

4 5

0Ω, 181

1nF, 88G H400,90G

.015uF, 82G 3467 83G A64 098 0Ω, 85G 1.21K, 100

.1uF, 84G 510R, 89G 1370 87G 4148, 86G 11 13 "B" PRA .1uF, 84R 18 81R

TC
1370 91G 1.8K, 92G H400, 90R 1nF, 88R 1.8K, 93G 1.8K, 93R 1.8K, 93B 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 114

3467 180

.33uF, 183

*

279 6.8nF, 277

191K, 287

GND

330pF,288

0 ohm,194

4005, 190

3.3R, 193

4

1.62K, 097 1 2 3 4 .015uF, 82R 3467 83R GND 0Ω, 85R 6.8K, 107 4148, 106 4148, 105 2222 104 4005,103 4 5 6 7 8 9 5 6 7 8

47nF,187

0Ω, 278

470uF 191 189

2 1

188

3 4

4
5

1,000uF

510R, 89R 1370 87R 4148, 86R 6,800pF 108 6,800pF 110 6,800pF 111

1370 91R

LA7830 7 6 5 4

192 3 2

*
1 195

FLYBACK TRANSFORMER 297

1.8K, 92R 1K, 112 200R 196 10nF, 197 115 20 +24V 56pF, 198 1 2 3 4 5 6 + 10uF 201 56pF, 204 36K, 203 1nF, 205 .1uF, 206 10nF, 207 14 14 218 5 6 7 8 14 10nF, 231 9 I 1 .1uF,150 1nF, 226 18R, 224 0Ω,151 33K, 152 2222 153 2.7K, 154 8 7 6 5 1.8K, 156 390R 157 4 +24V 3 2SC4159, 236 4742, 223 2 3 6 7 8 9 330pF, 227 "I" PRA 6.8nF, 228 + 1uF 230 16 6.8nF, 232 222 + 1uF 233 20 2.2nF, 234 LINEARITY COIL CPT1506 302 .01uF for 1492 8.2nF for 2092 306 2.7uF .022uF 270R 303 307 CPT1504 150uF @ 250V 2SD1651, 304 470R, 309 316 H. Width Coil 317 315 12 16 214 47nF, 220 330pF, 208 47nF, 210 211 212 20 H LINEARITY COIL, 2092 CPT1506 H. WIDTH COIL, 1492 CPT1523 301 2.2K 298 10nF, 209 Vo Vr Hr

6

127K, 200

4148, 102 4005, 101

YC
213

Ho

5

7 10 9 8

1 2 3 47nF, 116 .1uF, 117

"C" PRA

14

16

1.0uF, 202 7 8 9 20 18 LA7851 1 2 3 4

5

47nF, 118

47nF, 121

.1uF, 120

.1uF, 122

"H" PRA 16

7 4005, 145

6 5 4 3 146

2 1

LM324 1,000uF 12 22K, 147 22K, 148 215 14

.1uF, 144

11

9 8

7 6

5 4 CA3224

3

2 1

8

9

+ 100uF 216

3.3nF 300

123

.47uF for 1492 .33uF for 2092

305 4005, 308 4005, 310 4937, 311 FR205, 312 0 ohm, 313

1.8K, 129

6
+12V

12

14

16 + 10uF 125

18 + 10uF 126

20

22

33K, 143 33K, 142 33K, 141 0Ω, 140 6.8K, 138 1.8K, 137 6.8K, 136 1.8K, 135 4148, 134 1.8K, 133 1

6

0Ω, 124

+ 10uF 127

2907 139 .1uF, 128

47nF, 132

+ 100uF 225 1

HORIZONTAL DRIVE XFR. CPT1505 237

2

H. HOLD SEL. RES. 2.05K, 235

+

1,000uF GND 131

GND

LM393 155 2 3 4 GND

7
29

7812, 130

+16V

7
30

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

Block Diagram Review
GAME VIDEO SYNC
3

VIDEO
Interface A

3

VIDEO AMPS.
Bias
3 3 3 B

3

Beam
Current
Feedback C

3

CRT
G

BLANKING
F.B.P. V retrace Beam limit M. gain H Interface 2

Auto Bright

VDY
F 3

H DY

SYNC
I

AUTO BIAS IC
H. blank V. blank E

D Beam current buffer Program pulse Grid pulse

Vs

VERTICAL CONTROL
I. V. Feedback J

VERTICAL OUTPUT
High Efficiency L

VERTICAL AUTO BIAS
K EHT

HORIZONTAL

Hs

CONTROL
M

H.
Driver
N PINCUSHION 2

H.
Output
O

FBT
P

Sync delay H. Pos.

V. Size & V. Ras. Pos.

REMOTE CONTROLS
(PCB) Q

HORIZONTAL Size Control
R

DIODE
Modulator
S Beam Current

+127V ISOLATION Transformer
(IN GAME)

VOLTAGE DOUBLER Raw DC 320V T
V-

LOAD

(VIDEO & DEFLECTION)

V

-200V

SWITCHING +16V REGULATOR +27V
Sync U OVER VOLTAGE PROTECT Y

+12V Video Regulator Supply W
+12V Deflection Zener Supply X

31

AUTO BIAS AND AUTO BRIGHT CIRCUIT, FUNCTION, DESCRIPTION The auto bias circuit is a control system that forms a closed loop for controlling the CRT bias voltage. It generates a set of conditions where the current near the cutoff voltage of each gun is measured, and then adjusts the bias voltage of the video amplifiers, to set the correct black level voltage for each gun. This color balance adjustment is necessary, since each gun in the color picture tube can have a different cutoff voltage, which also, will change as the CRT ages. If the picture tube gain changes, the auto bias circuit would adjust all three guns in the same direction to maintain constant black level. This effect reduces the auto bias voltage range which is needed for the cathode differential voltage adjustment. To prevent this occurrence a second control loop is added to the system. This second control loop is called the auto bright circuit and corrects for CRT gain changes. The auto bright circuit senses any common bias voltage change and controls the screen grid (G2) to hold the common bias voltage constant. SIMPLIFIED PICTURE TUBE VIDEO BIAS CONTROL CIRCUIT: (One channel shown)
VIDEO INTERFACE Video Amp.

+

CA3224E
123 .1uF 5K 122 comp. 200 Ω C8 68.1K .047uF Red input A B SW C normal V ref. GREEN CHANNEL BLUE CHANNEL G B Grid pulse Program Pulse Red hold cap.

R G B G1

CRT
G2

Beam Current Buffer
LM324 4.2V

+

10uF 127 R

Auto Bright Amplifier 4.2V +
33K 33K 33K LM324 22K

FBT
Screen adj.

8*

+

100K 2.7K +10V

V sync H sync

Counter, Decoder Control Logic

*Adjust, FBT bottom pot, for 4.6V at pin 8.
Note; All XX92 boards have a solder connection on; C thick films, with a solder connection in the middle.

The auto bias circuit performs all of its sensing and bias corrections during the sixteenth to the twenty first horizontal cycle, after the vertical blanking has started. Before the sixteenth cycle, the SW in the auto bias IC is open ( SW in "C" position). During the 16,17, and 18 horizontal cycle, the CRT is brought out of cutoff by the grid pulse. The resulting beam current produces a voltage at the beam current buffer output. This voltage is applied to the coupling capacitor 122 . At the other side of the coupling 122 capacitor is the channel input, which is clamped to V ref. (SW in "A" position). The voltage amplitude of the amplifier output with the cathode current information is then stored in the coupling capacitor 122 during this time. 122 During the next three horizontal cycles (19, 20, and 21), the SW is switched to pass current to capacitor 127 which is the bias voltage storage capacitor. At the same time a 127 program pulse is applied to resistor C8 which, if the bias was correct during the previous C8 cycle, exactly balances the voltage stored in the coupling capacitor and no difference is sensed at the channel input. The channel amplifier, in this case, does not output current and the voltage of capacitor 127 stays unchanged. 127 If the CRT cathode is too far into cutoff, less beam current flows, the beam current buffer puts out a smaller negative pulse, less voltage is stored in the coupling capacitor, the program pulse amplitude (which is constant) is now larger than the stored (beam current) voltage and the channel amplifier will add current to the bias voltage, storage capacitor 127 , correcting the low bias voltage which caused the cathode to be too far into cutoff. After the program pulse is over, the SW is switched to the open position again and the next time the bias voltage can be adjusted is during the next vertical blank time. 32

AUTO BIAS AND AUTO BRIGHT CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION The beam current feedback circuit uses a PNP video transistor 91R to direct most of 91R the beam current to the auto bias circuit while passing the voltage waveform, from the 90R video amplifiers to the CRT cathodes. Diode 90R and capacitor 88R insure that no video waveform distortion occurs. An additional benefit of this circuit is that it protects the video amplifiers from the destructive arc energy. Resistors 92R and 93R divide 93R energy due to CRT arcing, between the video amplifier transistors and the beam current feedback transistor 91R . The beam current is filtered by capacitor 108 and resistor C10 C10 and is buffered by an operational amplifier, which translates the beam current into a low impedance voltage. This voltage is applied to a coupling capacitor 122 through a C8 C3 200 ohm resistor C8 . The 200 ohm and the 68.1K resistor C3 forms the program value which sets the black level voltage via the action of the program pulse. 121 Capacitor 121 is used to stabilize the transconductance amplifier which is used at the 123 channel input of the auto bias IC 123 . The auto bias IC stores the bias voltage of this channel in capacitor 127 at pin 21. This voltage is buffered by an internal amplifier, with output at pin 20, which is connected to the Red video amplifier bias input.
141 Resistor 141 , 142 , and 143 are part of the auto bright circuit. They are used to sum the bias voltage of each of the three channels via a voltage node at the auto bright amplifier, 146 pin 9. The resulting output voltage then controls the screen 146 417 grid via transistor 417 . Resistors 413 and 418 protect the CRT from excessive 418 current during arcing. Capacitor 423 supplies a low AC impedance to GND to 423 insure that the CRT gain is constant during each horizontal line. 420 Resistor 420 defines the current gain of, and stabilizes, the auto bright control loop. 148 Resistor 148 and capacitor 150 act as a low pass filter to reduce the chance of 150 damaging the amplifier 146 due to CRT arcing. Resistors 415 , and 416 protect 416 the auto bright control transistor 417 . The grid pulse is generated by a discrete transistor 153 to protect the auto bias IC from possible arc energy. Pullup resistor 154 supplies the grid pulse voltage during the grid pulse time. The auto bias IC (CA3224E) is designed for a supply voltage of +10V and since the 101 video amplifier requires +12V, three diodes 101 , 103 , and 145 are used to supply C4 C7 this IC. Resistors C4 and C7 form a voltage divider which supplies the bias voltage to the LM324 146 . The green and blue channel circuits are identical to the red channel and are controlled by the timing logic in the same way. Refer to the waveforms at the bottom left of page 34 for the timing relationship. The vertical retrace pulse, from the LA7851, starts the 21 count auto bias state counter. The grid pulse becomes active between the 15 and 18 horizontal cycle and the program pulse is active between the 18 and 21 horizontal cycle. These two pulses in conjunction with the internal control of the transconductance amplifier output switch are what measure and set the video bias.

33

10K
425 421

1K
422

AUTO BIAS AND AUTO BRIGHT SCHEMATIC
1000pF 88R +4.2V R G B

G1

330pF

CRT
1K
418 4,700pF 423

FDH400
90R 2SA1370

10 9

AUTO BRIGHT CIRCUIT
+
2SC3675 1/4 LM324 146

100K
415

1K
413

G2

8

22K
148

100K
416 417

2.2K
92R

VIDEO INTERFACE

+
Video Amp.

22K
91R

.1uF
150

100K
420

Green, Blue Video BIAS LINES

2.2K
93R

147 Red video BIAS control line. +10V

Red BEAM CURRENT Green & Blue BEAM CURRENT

10

+12V Video Supply

1N4001 1N4001 1N4001 101 103 145

AUTO BIAS CIRCUIT

2.74K
C7 11

5 6
13

1.82K
C4

+

146

.1uF
144

AUTO BIAS IC

1/4 LM324

7
12

1 GND Vcc 22 CA3224E
123

4K
14 C10 6,800pF 108

200Ω
C8 7

.1uF
122

5K
C9

2
5.86.4V

Red input sw. normal comp.

68.1K
C3

Red hold cap.

21 10uF +
127 2.56.7V

3 2
16

+
1/4 LM324

.047uF
121

1
17

3
1.22.5V

20

33K
141

15

4K
C11 6,800pF 110

200Ω
C13 5

sw. in grid pls. pos.

.1uF
120

5K
C12

4
5.86.4V

Green input sw.

68.1K
C2

Green hold cap.

19 +

10uF
126

12 13
19

+
1/4 LM324

.047uF
118

14
20

5
1.22.5V comp.

18

2.56.7V

33K
142

18

4K
C14 6,800pF 111

200Ω
C16 4

.1uF
117

5K
C15

6
5.86.4V

Blue input sw.

68.1K
C1 1

Blue hold cap.

17 +

10uF
125

GND V. Retrace V. Blanking H. Blanking Bias active Grid pulse Program pulse
8.0-9.0VDC 8.4V 17mS +10V 1 18 V. RETRACE

.047uF
116

7
1.22.5V comp. 6V REF. CL START COUNTER FF Q BIAS

16

2.56.7V

33K
143

33K
152 8

8
.1.3V

15
4.6-5.2VDC

9 GND 10
6.37.7V

5V REF

14

20K Grid pulse 2.7K
154

HB

C5 2,9

To CRT Grid #1

PN2222
153

.5-.8VDC .7V 17mS

EN 21 H. LINE AUTO COUNTER BIAS CL ACTIVE DECODER sw. control GRID PULSE PROGRAM PULSE

13 To vertical blanking
1.9-2.3VDC 4V 17mS

11
GND

12 34

VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL SYNC CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION The 1492 Monitor has a separate input for horizontal and vertical sync. The horizontal sync pulse is normally positive going. The horizontal deflection control circuit will sync on the rising edge of this pulse. If horizontal sync is negative going, the picture is shifted to the left, and may be out of range of the horizontal picture position adjustment circuit. To sync on the falling edge of horizontal sync, a solder bridge is installed on the I PRA. The vertical deflection circuit will sync on either a negative or positive sync pulse, provided that the pulse width is between two and twenty horizontal cycles long. Both the vertical and horizontal sync lines are joined for composite sync operation.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL SYNC CIRCUIT VIDEO +12V 22K
62

1K
78

DEFLECTION +12V 12K 56pF
198

6.8K

1.8K
I1

I2

1 Horizontal

1.8K
46

3
270Ω
45

+

8 1

80

Sync input LA7851 Deflection Control IC

2 5

1/2 LM393 67

12K
176

GND

8.8K
I12

22K
I3

270Ω 1.8K
47 48 .14-.16V

+
1/2 LM393

7

1.8K
77

10uF +
68

19

6

Vertical Sync input

4
270Ω
61

.047uF
187

GND

HORIZONTAL SYNC

Hs V s VC VC VERTICAL 1 2 SYNC

This sync interface incorporates a dual voltage comparator 67 and a resistive input 67 circuit for high reliability. For TTL level sync signals, the resistive inputs are seven to one 45 46 47 attenuators comprised of resistors 45 , 46 , 47 , and 48 . The comparators are 61 , 62 which permit direct connection to an RS170 biased to .15 volts by resistors 61 62 48 sync source by removing resistors 45 and 48 .
80 The horizontal sync signal from the comparator output is pulled up by resistor 80 and 176 I1 attenuated by resistor 176 and I1 , for correct drive amplitude. It is differentiated by capacitor 198 and applied to the horizontal sync input, pin 1, of the LA7851. 198 I2 I3 Bias resistors I2 and I3 set up the correct voltage for positive edge triggering. By adding resistor I12 , the LA7851 is programmed for negative edge triggering. This is used when the horizontal sync pulses are negative going. Resistor I12 is connected by adding a solder bridge to the I PRA solder pads above pin 6.

The vertical sync signal from the second comparator is coupled to the LA7851, vertical sync 68 77 input, via a coupling capacitor 68 . Resistor 77 and capacitor 187 form a low pass 187 filter to eliminate false triggering by horizontal sync pulses in the case of composite sync. 78 77 Resistor 78 and capacitor 77 compliments the comparator open collector output by acting as a pullup. These resistors also form a voltage divider which insures that the capacitor 68 is not reverse biased and provide the proper vertical sync drive amplitude. 68 The LA7851 vertical sync input circuit is designed to accept either positive or negative sync pulses, but will not work with a sync signal that is close to a square wave. 35

VERTICAL DEFLECTION CIRCUIT, FUNCTION, DESCRIPTION The LA7851 IC and the H PRA have all the active components to control the vertical deflection. LA7830 is a high efficiency vertical yolk driver IC. Together they form a compact and efficient vertical deflection system. SIMPLIFIED VERTICAL DEFLECTION CIRCUIT 34K
.047uF V. Auto Bias on H PRA
22K 22K 200K

+12V 76.8K H6
10uF

VERT. YOLK + 1000uF 330 Ω 1uF 202 330 Ω +24V LINE 220uF + CONTROL

+12V

118K .01uF

+ 22K

301Ω

V SIZE
500 Ω

3.3 Ω 193

17 18
.1uF + or VERT. SYNC

16

6
RETRACE BOOSTER LA7830 192 OUTPUT

V.
OSC

S Q FF R Q

5V COMP.

7 3

V

SYNC

19

LA7851
218 3.4V

AMP.

15

2

4

The vertical oscillator supplies the start time for the vertical cycle and when vertical sync is present, sync supplies the start time to the vertical oscillator. The linear vertical ramp current which is necessary for linear vertical deflection is generated by supplying a capacitor 202 with a constant current from resistor H6 , at a voltage node (pin 16). 202 H6 The voltage at this node is held constant by a system of amplifiers which drive the deflection 193 yoke. The yoke current sensing resistor 193 is connected to the other side of this capacitor 202 202 and supplies the ramp voltage which balances the current from H6 during trace time. To generate the other half of the deflection yoke sawtooth current (vertical retrace), a flip flop is set by the vertical oscillator which partly discharges the capacitor 202 and causes the drive voltage across the yoke to reverse. The amount of discharge of capacitor 202 determines the vertical output voltage for the next cycle and is controlled by a 202 timer at pin 17. The time out of the timer is controlled by the vertical output voltage from two different paths. One path is through the 34K and 118K resistors which supplies the higher frequency component for the timer and stabilize the vertical amplifier. The other path is through the vertical auto bias circuit which detects the minimum vertical output voltage over many vertical cycles and supplies a second current source to the timer. This second current source has a wide dynamic range and will hold the vertical output voltage well within operating limits for both 50Hz and 60Hz with no need for manual adjustment. To better understand the LA7851 bias control loop, imagine the vertical output voltage goes up, the time out shortens which causes the capacitor 202 to be less discharged. This 202 raises the voltage on capacitor 202 and lowers the vertical output voltage. This type of 202 vertical bias control system has the advantage of only correcting the bias during retrace which means that it will not cause current ramp distortion during vertical trace time. The vertical yoke driver LA7830 is the power output stage for the vertical amplifier. It has a built-in voltage booster circuit to reduce vertical retrace time without the power losses associated with a high vertical supply voltage.

36

VERTICAL DEFLECTION CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
LA7830
HEAT SINK VERTICAL 192 POWER AMPLIFIER GND VERTICAL

Remote Control PCB

188 0 VDC 2-4V 17mS

RC8 VERTICAL SIZE 500Ω
482

0Ω
181

1
20

18 +12V

1K
H12

RC6

88K
H20

22K
H15

22K
H16

0Ω 1 330Ω
174 8 H1

330Ω 1N4148
H2 H25 3904

200K
H13

RC3

VERTICAL RASTER POSITION

750Ω
486

3906
H22

1uF
202

1K
483

10

301Ω 11
H5

3.3Ω VIDEO +12V SUPPLY DEFLECTION +12V SUPPLY VERTICAL SYNC Vs 100uF
GND 216 193 +12V GND

10uF H23
H24 GND

22K
H14 15

.01uF
207 V. RTN. +12V GND

10uF
068

0Ω
175

.1uF VERT. 206 OSC.
5.7-6.6VDC 4V 17mS

127K
200 4

The vertical sync, input circuit (LA7851 pin 19), is coupled to the sync interface circuit with a 10uF 68 capacitor 6 8 . The oscillator cycle is terminated if the voltage at pin 19 goes up or down more than one volt from its DC bias voltage, which enables synchronizing on positive or negative sync pulses. For composite sync, capacitor 187 limits the P-P 187 horizontal component to less than .4 volts.

.047uF
5.8-6.5VDC 187 4V 17mS or Hp5,2 7

22K
H17

84K
H3

C +5Hz

20
VERTICAL

19
VERTICAL ± SYNC INPUT

18

V+

VERTICAL OSCILLATOR

The charge current to (the vertical oscillator capacitor) 206 comes from +12V through a 206 The V. Auto Bias senses the lowest point of the combination of five resistors. This resistor network vertical output waveform with resistors 200 H17 H18 H19 is made up of 200 , H17 , H3 , H18 , and H19 . H12 , H13 And diode H25 . This voltage Stored H12 H13 H25 [Solder connection B decreases Vfo by 6Hz and connection C by H24 is converted to a current by transistor increases Vfo by 5Hz. See page 56 for the location of the solder H24 connections on the H PRA. This adjustment is only used if Vfo is H23 and resistors H14 & H20 . This current is H23 H14 H20 outside the range of 39Hz to 48Hz. The normal vertical sync, reflected from the +12V line via resistors H15 , H15 frequency range, of the LA7851 is 44Hz (Vfo) to 70Hz.] Upon H16 and transistor H22 . H16 H22 vertical sync, or when the oscillator waveform This current then adds to the charging current of 206 reaches 6 volts, the capacitor 2 06 is rapidly the bias O/S capacitor 207 . The retrace and bias 207 discharged by a transistor and a resistor, inside O/S outputs a low pulse, which is conducted by a the LA7851, to 2 volts at which time the cycle diode to pin 16 and discharges capacitor 202 202 starts over. Note the voltage and waveform block through resistor H5 which causes the system to H5 above pin 18. retrace. The pulse duration determines the extent of the 2 02 discharge which has to be made up by During the discharge time of 206 the retrace 206 202 resistor H3 during trace time. This balance H6 and bias one shot (O/S) is triggered. This O/S consists of the flip flop and comparator mentioned between the 2 02 charge during trace time and 202 r discharge during retrace is what keeps the in the function description. The time duration of vertical output waveform at the proper DC level. T the O/S is set by capacitor 207 and two low pass 207 o filters which are connected to the vertical output. Pin 16 is the minus input of the vertical t The higher frequency filter is made up of resistors amplifier that extends to the LA7830 for its t H10 , H4 and capacitor 2 20 . The lower 220 output stage. The other input of the vertical t frequency filter is the Vertical Auto Bias circuit. amplifier is tied to V ref. (3.5V). 37

VERTICAL DEFLECTION SCHEMATIC
OUTPUT Vo
Retrace Booster

VERTICAL DRIVE
INPUT COMP.

RETRACE BOOSTER

2
18

3
34K
H10 22-25VDC 25V 17mS

4
.7-1.0VDC .9V 17mS

5

6
22-25VDC 1V 16mS +27V

7
1.2VDC 25V 17mS

17

+27 V LINE 220uF,35V
+ 191 18

330pF +
H4 208 Vo 12.4 TO 14V 42V 17mS V. BOOST V. OUTPUT

56pF
204

1N4005
190

9

YC1
1K

VERTICAL YOKE

.068uF
220

.047uF
210

1,000pF
205

220Ω, 2W
196

V. RTN. +12V GND

1,000uF,35V +
195

H11 19

.01uF
209

500K 200K
H18

14,6

13

11.5-12.5V

2SC3467
180

YC2

433

H19 -6Hz

330Ω 76.8K
H6 11 3.0-3.8VDC 3V 17mS H7 12 .7-1.2VDC .9V 17mS

1N4742
223

V

RAS. POS. 0 TO 7 VDC

B

150Ω, 1/2W
GND 182

.16-.23VDC 5V 17mS

17
RETRACE & BIAS O/S

16
V Ref.

15

14 GND LA7851
218

Vertical size is dependent on H6 , 202 , 202 , H1 , H2 , and 482 . The vertical yoke H1 482 current is converted to a voltage across resistor 193 and applied to the ramp generating 193 capacitor 202 through resistor H1 and H2 . 202 H1 The ramp waveform on the H1 side of the H1 capacitor 202 is constant for any vertical size 202 f because of the constant current from resistors H6 s H6 . For minimum vertical size, the feedback voltage is present on both resistors H1 and H1 H2 H1 H2 . For maximum vertical size H1 is grounded and twice the amplitude across the t current feedback resistor 1 93 is required to 193 generate the ramp waveform. e
193 193

The vertical amplifier consists of a differential amplifier in the LA7851 with the + input at pin 16 and the - input is connected to an internal reference voltage (3.5V). The output of this amplifier is connected to the power driver stage which is located in the LA7830. Resistors H7 , H11 and capacitors 208 , 209 , & 2 10 stabilize the LA7830 during 208 209 210 trace time and capacitors 2 04 and 2 05 provide 204 205 stabilization during retrace. The retrace booster doubles the 27 volt line voltage during retrace by connecting pin 7 of the LA7830 to the 27 volt line. This raises capacitor 1 91 27 volts 191 which then applies 54 volts to pin 3 of the LA7830. Pin 3 is the retrace booster input and is connected to the vertical output stage. After 191 the retrace cycle is over, capacitor 191 is recharged through diode 190 . The vertical raster position control 483 sets 483 180 the NPN transistor 1 80 base voltage. The 182 emitter resistor 1 82 supplies current to the yoke through transistor 180 . The magnitude of this DC current directly effects the vertical raster position. The yoke return blocking capacitor 195 195 provides a voltage such that the vertical amplifier can drive the yoke with a + and a - current. 38

Retrace is started by partly discharging the H5 ramp capacitor 202 through resistor H5 . The vertical amplifier responds to the discharge of cap. 202 by outputting a high voltage across 202 the yoke which reverses the yoke current. When the yoke current reaches the new value dictated by the voltage on 202 , the vertical cycle starts over. 202

HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
+12V REMOTE CONTROL PCB
+

160Ω, 2W
196

100uF
216

1N4742
223

4.75K
H8 218

18Ω
224

100uF

+

LA7851
Horizontal SYNC INPUT 2 2.7K I4 8 7 PICTURE POSITION O/S DELAYED SYNC O/S SAW TOOTH TR. GENERATOR MULTIPLIER BIAS

HORIZONTAL POSITION 20K RC7
484 GND

225

0Ω
173

1
+12V
Reverse Hs

2
7.9-8.5VDC 4.4V 63uS

3
8.2-9VDC 4.4V 63uS 11

4

5

6
3.2VDC 2.9-3.4VDC 0V

.1-.3VDC 3.6-4.1VDC 1.4V 63uS 1.6V 63uS

12K Hs
FROM SYNC INTERFACE

56pF
198

1.8K
I1

I2

6.8K
I13

D 8.8K
I12 GND

22K
I3

1,000 pF
226

9

230

+ 1uF 10K
18

25K
I5 6,10

330pF
227 1

7.2-8.1VDC 5V 63uS

45K
I6

6800pF
228

+ 1uF
233

I7

The horizontal control circuit's functions are: 1. To provide the horizontal output circuit with a stable frequency with or without incoming horizontal sync. 2. To be able to adjust the picture position, horizontally, with respect to the raster. 3. To operate stability through periods of missing horizontal sync pulses. 4. To keep the picture from drifting within the operating temperature range. All of these functions except for the picture position adjustment are accomplished by the phase locked loop (PLL). Delaying the horizontal sync with an adjustable timer produces the picture position adjustment. The horizontal sync input circuit (pin 1) will trigger the picture position O/S on either the rising edge, or the falling edge, of the horizontal sync pulse. To accomplish the edge triggering, the sync pulse is differentiated by capacitor 198 198 into two short pulses, one for the rising edge and one for the falling edge of the sync pulse. Which edge is the trigger depends on the bias voltage at pin 1. For positive edge triggering , the bias voltage is set to 7.8 volts by resistors I2 I2 and I3 . For negative edge triggering, the bias I3 voltage is set to 4.1V by connecting II12 via a 12 solder bridge on the I PRA The picture position O/S clamps timing capacitor 226 to 8.2 volts until horizontal sync 226 triggers this O/S. The voltage on the timing capacitor drops at a rate set by the horizontal

484 position control 484 and resistor II4 . When 4 the voltage, at pin 2, drops below 4 volts the 226 delayed sync O/S is triggered and capacitor 226 is reset to its clamped voltage. The delayed sync O/S functions the same as the picture position O/S with the exception that it is not adjustable.

The flyback pulse, connected to pin 4 through resistor I6 , starts the negative slope of the saw tooth generator. When the sawtooth wave, which is produced by a current to capacitor 228 , drops to 3 volts, the sawtooth generator switches back to the positive slope part of the wave till the next FBP. During the active part of the delayed sync pulse, the multiplier gates current to capacitor 231 which is dependent on the sawtooth 231 voltage at the delayed sync pulse time. capacitor 230 sets the "0" voltage for the 230 multiplier which is the average value of the sawtooth waveform. If the delayed sync pulse occurs when the sawtooth is at a low voltage part of its cycle, capacitor 231 discharges and the oscillator frequency lowers. If the delayed sync pulse occurs at the top part of the sawtooth wave no current flows to capacitor 231 . This action, phase locks the horizontal oscillator to the incoming sync pulses.

39

HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION CONTROL SCHEMATIC
+24V 4.99K
H9 X-RAY PROTECT GND 6-6.4VDC

12

11
+ comp. .36-.4VDC .6V 63uS

10

FLYBACK TRANSFORMER

EHT

HORIZONTAL OSCILLATOR DISCHARGE

+127V

7
5.9VDC 5.7-6.3VDC .2V 63uS 14

8
6.3VDC 5.9-6.4VDC 4V 63uS

9

H. V+ 10

9 6 8 7 3 2
2435322
297

FOCUS SCREEN

17

5.3-6VDC 7.5V 63uS

1.87K
235

4 CURRENT 5 FIL. 1 FIL.

BEAM

13

33K
I8

1K

15

I9 9.31K

HFo ADJ. 170Ω 680Ω 340Ω I14
I16 I15 +800Hz +400Hz +200Hz 16

.01uF
231

6800pF
232 I10

G

F

E 2SC2344

12.7VDC 33V 63uS 19 236

HORIZONTAL DRIVE TRANSFORMER 2

231 The voltage on capacitor 231 controls the horizontal oscillator frequency via I8 . I8 in the case of missing horizontal sync pulses, the multiplier does not sink current and flywheel capacitor 233 holds the horizontal frequency 233 constant. Resistor I7 permits small rapid I7 changes of the control voltage at pin 7 for locking of the oscillator to horizontal sync. 232 The horizontal oscillator capacitor 232 charges to its upper voltage limit through I10 I16 I 14 235 resistors I10 , I16 , I15 , I14 and 235 . This capacitor is then discharged to the lower voltage limit through the action of discharge pin 9 and resistor I I9 . The free running frequency (Hfo) 9 may be adjusted by making solder connections on the I PRA. (see page 56 for the I PRA layout) In some cases where there are many missing horizontal sync pulses, it is necessary to adjust the Hfo closer than ±200 Hz. For fine tuning the Hfo, resistor 2 35 is replaced with a pot. 235

2SD1651
304

100Ω
20 I11

270Ω 2W
157

.01uF
234

1 237

3 4

GND

GND

304 The horizontal output transistor 304 conducts about three amps of horizontal flyback transformer primary current and deflection yoke current. This transistor has a beta as low as three. To supply the high base current a horizontal output transistor drive transformer is used. The drive transformer 237 builds up 237 energy during the on time of the drive transistor, 236 which is the off time of 236 the horizontal output transistor 304 . 304 Capacitor 2 34 and resistor I 11 damps the drive 234 I11 transformer primary waveform.

The horizontal phase locked loop then consists of an oscillator which sets the flyback timing. The flyback pulse is then compared to the incoming sync pulse and the difference voltage holds the oscillator at the sync frequency. The duty cycle of the horizontal drive transistor is generated by comparing the oscillator waveform against a fixed voltage. This fixed voltage is set by resistors H8 H8 and H 9 . H9

The flyback transformer's main function is to supply EHT to the CRT. It also supplies the focus and screen grid voltages which are taps on the EHT supply. There are three low voltage secondaries. One supplies the filament current. Another supplies sync and EHT information to the power supply. The third secondary supplies sync for the horizontal PLL and drives the horizontal blanking circuit. 40

HORIZONTAL RASTER WIDTH CONTROL CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION The purpose of the horizontal width control circuit is to: 1. Provide a convenient means for adjusting the horizontal raster size. 2. Correct pincushion distortion in the vertical axis. 3. Correct horizontal raster distortion caused by periods of high beam current. The horizontal width control circuit is comprised of two main parts; The control circuit and the diode modulator (DM). The control circuit combines four signals in the monitor to produce the width control circuit. These signals are: 1. Horizontal size From the H. Size Pot. 2. Vertical current (Iv) From the 3.3 ohm vertical current feedback resistor. 3. Vertical parabolic + Iv From the vertical yoke return. 4. Beam current From the EHT return on the FBT. The diode modulator controls the horizontal yoke current which affects the horizontal size. This is accomplished by controlling the start time of the flyback pulse in the diode modulator node at the 311 cathode of 311 . The start time of this pulse is then a function of the forward current of the 306 diode 311 . This is because the current in the pulse across capacitor 306 must exceed the current in the diode 311 before the pulse in the diode modulator node can start. The current used to control the 311 316 start time of the pulse comes from the voltage across inductor 316 from the previous horizontal pulse and is controlled by the control circuit. The horizontal size voltage from the remote control PCB 490 is applied directly to the control 490 amplifier summing node (LM324 Pin 12) by resistor G11 . For pincushion correction, the vertical G11 parabolic voltage is needed, but it is not directly available since the vertical current,voltage (Iv) is part of the vertical parabolic voltage with respect to GND. The + Iv from the current sensing resistor 193 , is inverted by an Op Amp and resistors 184 and 1 72 . Resistor G 3 level shifts the 193 148 172 G3 inverted Iv to + 6V. The (vertical parabolic + Iv) is AC coupled by capacitor 1 83 and resistor G6 . 183 It is then amplified by an Op Amp connected as a voltage follower. Resistor G7 protects the Op Amp G7 against arc related voltage spikes. The inverted Iv (-Iv) and (parabolic voltage +Iv) are added to the amplifier node by resistors 1 67 and 166 which then makes up the pincushion correction signal. 167 The beam current from the FBT is converted to a voltage by resistors G17 , adj. 159 & adj. 179 and G17 159 179 is filtered by capacitor 162 . Resistor G12 then connects the signal to the width control amplifier 162 G12 node which accomplishes the blooming control function. The control amplifier converts the current at the summing node (LM324 Pin 12) to a voltage across capacitor 315 , via feedback resistor G13 . 315 G13 A power transistor 185 is necessary since up to 2 watts may be dissipated by the control amplifier. 185 Resistor G15 and capacitor 163 & 168 set the AC gain of the control Op Amp for stable operation. G15 168 Resistor G14 stabilizes the complete control amplifier by reducing the overall gain. Resistors G 9 , G9 G 10 , 1 64 and 166A provide adjustment for setting the horizontal size range. The fourth Op Amp of 166A G10 164 the LM324 and resistors G 1 and G 2 are used to generate a +6 volt ref. voltage for the control G1 G2 circuit. Resistor 171 stabilizes this +6V line with a load to GND. Capacitor 161 decouples the 1 71 161 deflection +12 volt supply by the LM324 165 . Components G4 , G5 , 178 , 201 , and 203 are 203 201 used to correct a slight nonlinearity in the vertical deflection yoke via the vertical control circuit. 311 The diode modulator (DM) incorporates diode 311 to control the voltage on the DM main node (cathode of 311 ) during the flyback pulse time. If the diode 311 has low forward current, the DM node voltage will be high during flyback time and the horizontal size will be small. The forward current in the diode 311 comes from the current buildup in inductor 316 during flyback time and the 311 voltage across the capacitor 315 during trace time. If the voltage is large across the capacitor 315 315 during trace time, most of the inductor current is discharged before the next retrace cycle and the horizontal size is small. This condition can be checked by connecting a DVM to the vertical heat sink (GND) and to the heat sink 186 (collector 185 ). The voltage for minimum horizontal size is about 22V. 186 185 Capacitor 315 supplies a voltage for the inductor 316 to work against similar to the 1,000uF 315 316 capacitor 195 in the vertical yoke circuit. For max. horizontal size, the voltage across 3315 is about 8V, 195 15 and the diode 311 , current before retrace is high. Diodes 3 08 and 310 clamp the DM node to GND 311 3 10 308 to keep the yoke current stable during trace time. Inductor 3 01 is an additional width coil and 3 02 301 302 is a horizontal linearity coil. Capacitor 300 and resistors 298 keep the coils from ringing after 298 retrace. Capacitors 306 and 307 form the normal Cp. The raster may be shifted by making solder 306 307 connections: left HL or right HR with increased effect Z . These solder connections introduces a DC Z HL current in the horizontal yoke via diode 293 or diode 312 . Resistor 303 limits 193 303 312 41 the maximum current and resistor 309 permits fine adjustment. 309

HORIZONTAL RASTER WIDTH and POSITION CONTROL SCHEMATIC
+12V

VERTICAL CONTROL VERTICAL LINEARITY

+ VERTICAL OUTPUT -

HORIZONTAL SIZE 10K RC5
481 GND

VERTICAL YOKE
1,000uF
195

Remote Control
PCB 490

H. RAS POS. CONTROL
+127V FR205 HORIZONTAL RASTER ADJ.
293

127VDC

FR205
312

FBT Pin 9

HR
314

HL

Z

3.3Ω
GND 193

470Ω,1/2W 270Ω, 2W 12K, 2W +12V
289 309 303

BEAM CURRENT

FBT Pin 4
HORIZONTAL OUTPUT

36K
203

10uF +
201

1K
178

4

HORIZONTAL YOKE
10K
G3 433

FBT Pin 10 YC4 127VDC 127VDC 50V 170V 150V 300V MAX. MIN. YC3 MAX. MIN. H. Size

.33uF
183

7.15K
172

10K
184

10

9
1/4 LM324

Pincushion correction. 10K
G7 6 7

8

6
220K
G6

1/4 LM324 165

7

6VDC 4V 17mS

10K
5 2092 36K 166

9

5K
G5

8

G4 +6V LINE

19

3.3K
179 20 +6V

1.82K
G17

12K Horizontal 166 Pincushion
Parabolic

2.2K
159

28K
G12

Blooming correction.
.01uF 100K
163 G10

.047uF
162

+ 100uF
169

Width Adj.
166A

H SIZE
+12V 4

1

38.3K
G11

13

10K
G2 3

*

2 3

4
1/4 LM324

12 +
1/4 LM324

164

1

+6V

19 6.8K G16

13
18

10K
G1 2, 12

11
GND

6.8K
171

.1uF
161

16K 17
G15

+
6VDC 3V 17mS 8 2092 68uH 301

5 +

10

H. WIDTH 220uH
301

2.2K
1/2W 298

1N4005
308

3,300pF
2092 22K 167

.01uF 1.5KV
306 2092 8.2nF 306

8.87K
167 Linear

H. LIN. 68uH
302

300

.47uF 250V
8VDC 23V 70V 250V 63uS MAX. MIN. H. Size 305 2092 .33uF 305

1N4005
310

50K
G9 8VDC 22V 4V 12Vp-p 17mS MAX. MIN. H. Size

750uH
316

44.2K
G13 14

14

2SC2344 2.2K
G14 15 16 185

0Ω
278

1N4937
311

HEAT SINK
186

2.7uF
315

.022uF 630V
307

+

.01uF
168

GND

42

SIMPLIFIED POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
+127V

AC line User supplied Isolation Transformer

+ GND +

FLYBACK DIODE Res.

+

266
GND

LOAD H Dy & EHT VIDEO

Error Amp. Comp.

C5184
DRIVER

FET
258 268

SECONDARIES

V REF.
V(-200V)

OSC.

ENABLE

280 V292

The switching regulator includes the power FET 268 which passes current from 258 V- to GND through the inductor 258 . During the time the FET is on, the current in the inductor is increasing and the inductor is storing energy. When the FET is turned off, the stored energy in the inductor continues supplying current to GND. But in this case, the current path is from V+ to GND, instead of V-to GND. During this part of the cycle, the current in the inductor is decreasing. Under normal conditions, the current will decrease to zero and the voltage will ring. FET drain voltage Current in inductor Voltage across Current in diode
292 266

Current supplying GND Current from VCurrent added to the +127V line

Flyback pulse As can be seen from the waveforms, the largest number of changes occur when the FET is turned off. Also, the FET drain voltage switches fast due to the high inductor current. To minimize video interference from the power supply, the power supply is synchronized to the horizontal oscillator such that horizontal blanking is coincident with the FET turn off time. The C5184 280 is the series regulator IC. All of the control circuits that are built 280 into this IC work together to produce one output signal, which is the FET drive signal. This signal can take on many shapes depending on the load conditions of the power supply. The waveforms for normal operation are shown above. For the shorted +127V to GND condition, which also occur right on power up, The waveforms are: FET Gate Drive FET Drain Voltage Inductor Current The first FET pulse is a full on pulse which causes current to flow in the inductor. After the FET is turned off the current in the inductor drops much more slowly than normal since the inductor is discharging into a much lower than normal voltage. If the FET were turned on for full power in the next cycle with current still flowing in the flyback diode, a current spike of 6A would occur, which is a power spike of 2,000W. The reason for this is that the diode stores charge when current flows which turns into reverse current for a short time when the voltage is reversed across the diode.

43

SIMPLIFIED POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION The FET drive waveform avoids this problem by sensing flyback diode conduction. If the flyback diode conduction is sensed, the low current start mode is selected. this mode turns the FET on, to a current of .1A, for not more than 4uS. If before or during the low current FET on time, the flyback diode breaks free, and the FET drain voltage goes down, the flyback diode voltage comparator will signal the regulator to permit the FET to be turned on for a full power cycle. The cycle after the last low power cycle in the waveform above is an example of this condition. The flyback diode voltage comparator inputs are located at pins 12 & 13 of the C5184. The two resistor dividers J10 , J11 and J12 , 271 connect the J10 271 J11 comparator across the flyback diode. The comparator enables the FET drive only after a 10% voltage drop is measured across this diode. Another fault condition exists when the FET exceeds 1.6A drain current. This condition can occur if the oscillator frequency is too low, the FET drain is shorted to GND or V+, the transformer has a shorted secondary, or the core is broken. 292 In these cases the voltage across the FET source resistor 292 exceeds 1.6V which is sensed by the over current comparator at pin 11. If pin 11 exceeds 1.6V, the FET drive is set to 0V for the rest of the cycle. In some cases, this condition can produce an output waveform which looks normal, but the voltage across the load (+127V to GND) would be low or unstable. A quick check for this condition is to check the peak voltage across the FET source resistor. CAUTION; Whenever connecting a scope ground to V-, be sure that the other scope probe or common grounded devices are not connected to the monitor GND. Most of the power supply fault conditions cause the power supply to chirp because the source of +17V for the regulator IC is generated by the power supply. A special circuit is built into the regulator IC, which permits charging the +17V line filter capacitor with only a very low load from the IC. This circuit turns the rest of the IC on only after the voltage at pin 15 reaches 17V. If the transformer does not supply at least 12V to this line before the filter capacitor discharges to 12V, the regulator IC turns off. The reason for the audible chirp, is that, the power supply is not full on for each cycle which produces a frequency low enough to hear. A 19V to 20V @ 1A, DC, isolated power supply is a tool necessary for trouble shooting CERONIX monitors. When trouble shooting the power supply, it can be connected to V- and the +17V line to keep the power supply running while checking the voltages and waveforms to find the fault. It can also be used to supply the GND to +24V line for checking the horizontal circuit. If the horizontal circuit does not work, the power supply will chirp. Without the horizontal circuit working, there is not enough load on the power supply for transformer action to keep the regulator IC +17V line up to the minimum of +12V. A quick check for this condition is to clip a 2-4K@10W power resistor from GND to +127V line. If the chirping stops, the horizontal is probably not working. The heart of the power supply is the oscillator which supplies the basic timing. The FET drive is always low during the negative slope of the oscillator or, when synchronized, after the start of the sync pulse. The low to high transition of the FET drive, pin 10, is determined by the voltage at the output of the error amplifier. If the 127V line goes up in voltage, the error amplifier voltage goes up, which then intersects the oscillator waveform at a higher voltage and causes the FET on time to start later and be shorter. This negative feedback accomplishes the control loop of the power supply. The regulator IC has a built in reference voltage which is used by the error amplifier set and hold the +127V line constant. Solder connections on the J PRA are used to adjust the +127V line in steps of ±1.5V. The over voltage protect circuit, when activated, turns off the regulator IC until power is disconnected. This circuit is connected to the rectified flyback pulse, which outputs a voltage that is proportional to the EHT. The circuit's main purpose 44 is to protect the user against excessive x-ray which is caused by excessive EHT.

SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 127V The series regulator IC 280 , controls current to the monitor GND by pulse width modulation. A PNP transistor 250 , has an emitter current, that is directly proportional to the 127V line voltage 250 due to resistor J1 and adjustment resistors J13 & J14 . This current is transmitted to the power J1 J14 supply V- line, and is applied to a resistor J5 , J15 , & J16 . The voltage across these resistors J5 J15 is compared to a reference voltage by the error amplifier. If the +127V line goes up the output of the error amplifier voltage goes up. The pulse width modulation, which controls the + 127V line voltage, is accomplished by turning the FET drive on at some particular voltage along the rising slope of the oscillator waveform. This particular voltage is the error amplifier output voltage. Oscillator waveform without sync: Oscillator waveform with sync: FET drive, C5184 pin 10: Error Amp. V.

Fet Drive With Sync The FET drive is always off during the negative slope of the oscillator, or just after the sync pulse. Since the FET drive pulse is started by the error amplifier voltage and terminated by the end of the oscillator cycle, a control system via pulse width modulation has been established. The oscillator waveform is produced by charging capacitor 277 with a constant current set by resistor J7 277 J7 to a voltage of 5V and then discharging the capacitor with double the charging current to 2.5V. Adding the flyback pulse, via capacitor 288 to this waveform synchronizes the oscillator, since the oscillator frequency is set below the horizontal frequency. Resistors J2 , J4 and capacitor 274 limit the error amplifier's AC gain, to hold the control loop J2 J4 274 stable. Capacitor 275 holds the error amplifier stable. Capacitor 281 reduces power supply 275 noise, but, if too large, will cause the power supply to be unstable. FR205 The 127V line is adjusted by making solder connections on the J PRA (refer to page 56 for the layout). Solder connections A and B are used to A B 2,200pF 252 raise the 127V line up to 4.5 volts in steps of 1.5 volts. Connections 220Vo C and D lower the 127V line as much as 4.5V. The 127V line D C 252A should be adjusted if below 125.8V or higher than 128.2V. 253 246 100K Resistors 273 and 249 are used for monitors with special 249 + 150uF 1/2W 127V line voltages. CUT 256 247 FOR The FET 268 works together with the transformer 258 258 220Vo 250V 8,14 to provide a low resistance current path from V- to GND. INRUSH 7 CURRENT This low resistance coupled with no large voltage times 2,200pF + 150uF 90K LIMIT current products is what makes the power supply efficient. 257 J6 254A 250V 25-.5Ω Resistor 292 provides a means for sensing the FET current. 292 GL200 FR205 In the low current mode, it is used to set the 100mA current 240 + 100uF and in the full on mode it is used to sense the max. current. 254 286 Resistors 264 , 270 and capacitor 265 reduce power supply 220Vo Velectrical noise. Transistor 284 and diode 283 short the 284 283 3A FUSE FET drive to V- when the monitor is turned off to protect the 255 245 FET from conducting current with a still large drain voltage. Resistors J10 , J11 , J12 and 271 provide a means for J12 271 To deguassing coil checking flyback diode 266 conduction via a comparator. and posistor. 241 If the comparator measures low flyback diode voltage the FET is turned on to the .1A low current mode. This mode PC 115VAC PC is necessary during power up, since initially the +127V line 2 INPUT 1 238 is 0V and no reverse diode voltage exists. The over voltage protect circuit has a trip voltage of 8V and when it is activated, it shuts down the power supply. The EHT is measured by rectifying the flyback pulse, with diode 290 , from a secondary winding of the FBT. Capacitors 291 , 285 and 291 285 resistors 287 , J9 are connected as a low pass filter to smooth out the simulated EHT voltage which 287 is then applied to the C5184 at pin 14. Resistor J8 protects the IC current sense input from voltage J8 spikes and resistor 251 protects the PNP transistor from momentary overvoltage damage due to 251 line spikes. Zener diode 295 protects the horizontal and video circuits 295 from overvoltage due to power supply failure. If the +127V line exceeds 160V, 45 the zener diode 295 shorts to GND the +127V line.

SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY SCHEMATIC
127V C -1.5V 2.33K 193K
J1 1 2SA1371E J13

D -3V 4.67K
J14 20

+127V
150uF
TZ160B-T3 160V 295 GND 250V 317

+24V

+16V

+127V
FR205 .1uF
261 GND 260

+27V
.1uF
250V 294

FR205
263

+16V + 1,000uF
131

+ 1,000uF
215

.1uF
262

*
249 17V 250 6

100K
251

16.3-17.8VDC 6.5-7.5VDC

1
INPUT
ERROR

10.6K
J5

.01uF
275 281

16 +15V +17V 15
INPUT

14.8-16.3VDC

18Ω
248A

SMXFR 5 9 FR205 4 3 248 1 258 2

FROM FBT

FR205
266

260Ω
J16

B +3V A +1.5V 56K
J4 4 5

AMP.
6.5-7.5VDC .5-.8VDC

2 3
INPUT Over Voltage 14 COMP. Protect } INPUT Output CONTROL & FAULT SENSE
6-7VDC +127V

191K
16

1N4148 1,000 pF
291 290

130Ω
J15

6,800pF 56pF
274 275 275

.022uF
296 V20

.1uF
285

287

38.3K
J9

11K
J2

4

3.4-4.2VDC

23.2K
2 J3

3.6-4.4VDC 6V 63uS

1.00M
J10 17

1.00M
271 18

56pF
276

.1-.5VDC

1.87K
273

5

4uS DELAY

COMP. + OUTPUT

12 13

5.3-5.7VDC .10-.17VDC 1V 63uS

33.2K
J7

9 5.7-6.3VDC 3.5-4.1VDC 3-4V 63uS

14.7K
J11 12

15.8K
J12

6

Rx Osc.

Current SENSE

11
2.4-3.6VDC 14V 63uS

510Ω
J8 13

6,800pF
277

7
330pF
288

2SK1446 18Ω
270 1N4005 268

Cx

DRIVE

10
MPSA64 D 2,200pF
282 DIODE FILTER CAP. 248 100uF 286 260 1,000uF 131 263 1,000uF 215

Heat Sink
267

FROM FBT

0VDC 48V 63uS

8 +7.5V REF. V- 9 XRC5184 280
J PRA PINS: 3,10,15, & 19

283 284

200pF
265

1.2Ω
292

150Ω
264

V-

VNOISE CAP. NONE .1uF 261 .1uF 262

VOLTAGE CURRENT CIRCUIT SUPPLIED POWER 17VDC 7mA POWER SUPPLY CONTROL SUPPLY LOW VOLTAGE 16VDC 250mA VIDEO AND INPUT SECONDARIES 27VDC 250mA V. &H. DEFLECTION

At the input to the power supply is a voltage doubler which outputs between 240 to 425VDC depending on the AC line voltage. It has a three amp fuse 245 to protect the PCB traces, an inrush 252 241 current limiter 240 to protect the rectifier diodes 252 , 254 , and optional capacitor 241 and inductor 246 which can be used to reduce conducted noise from the monitor AC input. For 220VAC 246 operation the voltage doubler is replaced by a full wave rectifier by adding diodes 253 , 255 and 253 255 cutting the 220Vo trace. 256 & 257 are the raw DC filter capacitors. Resistor J6 supplies the J6 power supply start current and resistor 247 balances the series connected filter capacitors for 220VAC operation. 46

Equipment setup for repairing the Model 1492 Monitor

VARIABLE +127.0 ISOLATION TRANSFORMER

DVM OSCILLOSCOPE

TRANSFORMER 115 VAC

ISOLATED +20V @.5A DC POWER SUPPLY

CERONIX Model 1492

ISOLATED +20V POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT.

1N4005 1A Std. Fuse Power SW 115 VAC 60 Hz 20V @ 1A Transformer Triad #F-254 X 1N4005 1,000uF 35V 4.75K,1% 47K 301R,1% 1N4005 -7V ADJ. IN OUT LM337MT HEAT SINK

+20V

1A Std. Fuse

20 Volt @.5 A 10K 1uF 1N4749A 24V Zener 0V

1N4005

47

Problem Solving Tools
SAFETY FIRST; Use only one hand when working on a powered up monitor to avoid electrical shock. Always wear safety glasses. Many of the failures that cause burnt components and boards are eliminated by the load sensitive switching mode power supply in the CERONIX monitor. This feature can cause problems with servicing the monitor if the proper trouble shooting approach is not used. The equipment setup, shown here, is necessary for efficient trouble shooting of the CERONIX monitors. Problems that cause the power supply to chirp are: 1. Insufficient +127V line load. 2. Overloaded +127V, +24V, or +16V lines. 3. Shorted +127V, +24V, or +16V lines. 4. Power supply component failure. 5. Raw DC (+127V to V-) voltage too low. 1. A quick check for the insufficient +127V load is to connect a 2K to 4K ohm 10 watt power resistor to GND and the +127V line. If the chirping stops, proceed to check the horizontal deflection circuit. First disconnect the board from the AC supply. Then connect the +20V supply, 0V line to GND, and the +20V line to +127V and +24V lines on the monitor. Now the complete horizontal and vertical circuits can be checked with the oscilloscope and DVM. The flyback waveform will be about 140Vp–p instead of 1,000Vp–p which permits checking even the horizontal output transistor, collector, waveform. 2. For the overloaded supply line problems, which often occur only when the +127V line is fully powered up, the +20 volt external power supply is used to keep the monitor power supply running. To use the external supply, connect the 0V line to V- (anode of diode 254 ) and the +20V line to 254 the monitor power supply +17V line (cathode of diode 248 ). 248 Connect the oscilloscope GND to V- and the probe to the FET drive (anode of diode 283 ). 283 TAKE CARE NOT TO TOUCH THE OSCILLOSCOPE AND MONITOR CHASSIS DURING THIS TEST, SINCE THE VOLTAGE DIFFERENCE CAN BE AS HIGH AS 400 VOLTS. Increase the AC supply, slowly, to the normal operating voltage while monitoring the +127V line to GND voltage with the DVM. The power supply overload condition can be seen on the scope as an almost square wave which can break up into short and long pulses as the AC line voltage is increased. The short pulses are the flyback diode current sense pulses. Sometimes the monitor will operate normally in this mode, in which case, watch for smoke and after a few minutes of operation disconnect the power connections and carefully feel around the conductor side of the board for hot spots. Overload conditions will not harm the power supply unless there is a problem in the power supply. 3. If the +127V crowbar zener 295 is shorted, a fault exists in the power supply which 295 permitted the +127V line to exceed +160V. First replace the zener. Never operate the monitor without the crowbar zener installed. Then with the external supply, the DVM, and the scope connected to the power supply (as in 2) slowly increase the AC line and observe the power supply response. Do not exceed +145V on the +127 V line. If the monitor runs normally, a fault may still exist in the power supply power down circuit. Check parts 283 and 284 . If the crowbar 283 284 zener is shorted and the FET is internally shorted, the C5184 IC 280 should also be replaced. 280 If there is no FET drive waveform, check the voltages and waveforms on the C5184 pins and compare them to the voltages and waveforms on the schematic. Shorts on the +127V, 24V, and 16V lines other than the crowbar zener are not likely to be connected to the power supply even though the power supply chirps. By operating the power supply with the +20V external power supply many of these problems can be found using the same procedure as are used in trouble shooting monitors with linear power supplies. 4. The power supply may chirp if: The transformer core is broken or a winding is shorted. The 1.2 ohm current sensing resistor value is too high. The +17V line is open. (goes away when ext. PS is used) There is a line voltage range of about 60% to 70% AC line voltage where a correctly 48 operating monitor will chirp.

5.

SETUP AND CONVERGENCE PROCEDURE
1. Use a knife to brake free the magnetic rings on the yoke which are locked with red varnish. Bring the adjustment tabs on each pair of magnetic rings in line for the starting point. 2. Loosen the yoke clamp. Remove the yoke wedges and the tape from the CRT. 3. Connect a test generator to the video input and clip the red lead to the +12V line (anode of diode 101 ). 4. Turn the monitor on. Switch the test generator to red field. Adjust the horizontal and vertical raster size, on the remote control board, for under scan. Let the monitor run for at least half an hour. 5. Check the auto bright control voltage with a DVM connected to GND and pin 8 of the LM324 146 . The voltage range is 4.3V to 4.9V. If out of range, adjust this voltage to 4.6V by using pliers to rotate the bottom knob on the FBT. 6. Degauss the picture tube and front part of the frame. CAUTION: To avoid electrical shock , take care not to touch the yoke conductors or push against the anode cap. Always keep one hand away from unit. 7. Adjust the yoke position, on the CRT neck, to the center of purity. One way to locate this yoke position is to make a felt pen mark on the CRT neck at the rear extreme of purity and another mark at the front extreme of purity. Make a third mark between the two marks and set the yoke to this position. Rotate the yoke to line up, the raster top line, with the top of the picture tube. Tighten the yoke clamp. Tilt the yoke side to side and up and down while watching the red field to verify that purity is good. 8. On the 13 inch CRT, use the purity magnets (closest to the yoke coils) to center the raster horizontally. To accomplish this, find the rotational position where spreading the tabs has the most effect on the horizontal position and spread the tabs a minimum to center the raster horizontally. On the 20 inch CRT, the purity magnets are often needed to optimize purity. The horizontal raster position solder connections are used to adjust the raster position. These solder connections are located on the foil side of the PCB next to the FBT. Connection HR shifts the raster right, HL shifts the raster left and the range of this shift can be increased by making solder connection Z under resistor 309 . 309 Z 9. Check the purity with red field and with blue field while tilting the yoke side to side and up and down. 10. Switch the generator to red/blue grid. Adjust the 4 pole magnets (center pair) for convergence of the red and blue guns in the center of the screen. 11. Tilt the yoke up and down for the best convergence around the edge of the grid. Insert the top yoke wedge. Tilt the yoke side to side for the best convergence around the edge of the grid and insert the rest of the yoke wedges. Secure the wedges with tape. 12. Switch the generator to white grid. Adjust the 6 pole magnets (Pair closest to the socket board) for convergence of the green gun. Step #10 and this step may have to be repeated for optimum convergence. 49

1492 & 2092 VIDEO INTERFACE PROGRAMS
N K X O L R Q I Y G J M E D A B T U S 4 Solder Connections: Standard Board. Q, X, Y, & S. H

AC Coin & Slot Service;

(1492)

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Advanced Touch Systems;

(1492)

Change 007 , 024 , & 037 from 340Ω to 205Ω ±1% Change 008 , 023 , & 034 from 12.1K to 7.15K ±1%, B T U E S 12 Solder Connections: A, B, C, G, H, I, J, K, L, P, T, & Y.

FC

D A

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Aeries International;
11 Solder Connections: B T U E D A S Standard Board.

(1492)

D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y.

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Altec;
11 Solder Connections: B T U E D A S Standard Board. HFo = 15,370 ±200Hz.

(1492)
D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y.

FC

P AA

NOTE:

Solder connections S, T, & U, and resistor 094 set the video gain and may change due to component variations.

50

1492 & 2092 VIDEO INTERFACE PROGRAMS
N K X O L R FC Q I Y G J M B T U E S H

Aristocrat;

(1492)

Install three 100pF disc capacitors at 010 , 022 , & 041 . Invert horizontal sync by adding a solder connection on the "I" PRA above pin 5. Install posistor at 244 . 11 Solder Connections: D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y.

D A

Before final test, clip out 045 , 270 ohm resistor, and add one solder connection AA by component no. 060 . P AA High resolution board.

N K X O L R FC Q I Y G J M

H

Automation;

(1492)

Change 002 From 75Ω to 130Ω.. Change 027 From 75Ω to 47Ω. B T U E S Change 094 from 2.7K to 10K. Install posistor 244 . 11 Solder Connections: D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y D A P AA Before final test add solder connections B & C. High resolution board.

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Bally;
B T U E D A S 12 Solder Connections:

(1492)
D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, P, T, & Y.

Add a solder connection on the "I" PRA above pin 5. Install posistor at 244 .

FC

High resolution board. P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Brunswick;

(1492)

B T U E S

Change 007 , 024 , & 037 from 340Ω to 301Ω ±1% Change 235 , from Hfo set resistor to 3K pot. Remove the 2.7K resistor at 094 . Add a solder connection on the I PRA above pin 5. 11 Solder Connections: A, B, C, G, H, I, J, K, L, P, & Y.

FC

D A

P AA

Before final test, add the AA solder connection and cut out the 270Ω resistor at 045 . Standard board.

NOTE:

Solder connections S, T, & U, and resistor 094 set the video gain and may change due to component variations.

51

1492 & 2092 VIDEO INTERFACE PROGRAMS
By Video;
N K X O L R Q I Y G J M E D A B T U S H

(2092)

Change 008 , 023 , & 034 from 12.1K to 2.67K,1% Change 002 , 005 , & 027 from 75Ω to 2.7K, 5%, 1/4W Change 203 from 36K, 5% to 24.3K, 1%. Install posistor at 244 . 12 Solder Connections: A, B, C, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, T, & Y.

Before final test, clip out 045 , 270 ohm resistor, and add one solder connection AA by 060 . For the 13" CRT monitor, Add solder connection S, and omit T . do not change resistor 203

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Carson Valley Inn;
B T U E D A S 4 Solder Connections:

(1492)

Change 200 from 127K to a 200K pot. Q, X, Y, & S.

High resolution board. FC P AA 12 Solder Connections: Q, X, Y, & S. H

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

CAS Ltd.;
B T U E D A S 11 Solder Connections: FC Standard board. P AA

(1492)

Add a solder connection on the I PRA above pin 5. Change 094 from 2.7K to 10K. D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y.

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

CEI;
B T U E D A S 11

(1492)

Change 094 from 2.7K to 10K. Install the posistor at 244 . Solder Connections: D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y.

FC

P AA

NOTE:

Solder connections S, T, & U, and resistor 094 set the video gain and may change due to component variations.

52

1492 & 2092 VIDEO INTERFACE PROGRAMS
N K X O L R Q I Y G J M E D A B T U S H

Games of Nevada;

(1492)

12 Solder connections: D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, P, T, & Y. High resolution board.

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

IGT;
B T U E D A S 4

(1492)
Q, S, X, & Y.

Delete degaussing circuit. Solder Connections:

High resolution board.

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Keevex;
B T U E D A S 4

(1492)
Q, S, X, & Y.

Install posistor at 244 . Solder Connections:

Horizontal frequency is 17,182Hz High resolution board.

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Mast Keystone;
B T U E D A 5 S Solder Connections: Standard Board.

(1492)

Change 002 , 005 , & 027 from 75Ω to 1K ±5%. A, B, C, P, & S.

FC

P AA

NOTE:

Solder connections S, T, & U, and resistor 094 set the video gain and may change due to component variations.

53

1492 & 2092 VIDEO INTERFACE PROGRAMS
N K X O L R Q I Y G J M E D A B T U S H

RS 170;

(1492)

Change 007 , 024 , & 037 from 340 ohm to 140 ohm ±1%. Change 008 , 023 , & 034 from 12.1K to 3.32K ±1%. Remove 045 , 046 , 047 , & 048 . Add a 2.2K resistor to hole by video connector 006 pin 5 and hole between resistors 050 & 051 . 12 AA Solder Connections: A, AA, B, C, G, H, I, J, K, L, P, & Y.

FC

P

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Semi-Conductor;

(1492)

B T U E S

Change 002 , 005 , & 027 from 75Ω to 27Ω ±1%. Change 007 , 024 , & 037 from 340Ω to 140Ω ±1%. Change 008 , 023 , & 034 from 12.1K to 3.32K ±1%. Change 064 from 2.7K to 10K ±5%. Install posistor at 244 . 11 Solder Connections: A, B, C, G, H, I, J, K, L, P, & Y.

FC

D A

P AA

High resolution board.

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Syntec;

(2092)

B T U E S 5

Change 203 from a 36K ±5% to a 24.3K ±1% resistor. Change 094 from 2.7K to 10K ±5%. Delete degaussing circuit. Solder Connections: Q, U, R, X, & Y.

FC

D A

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

United Tote;
B T U E D A S 12 Solder Connections:

(1492)

Change 002 , 005 , & 027 from 75Ω to 1K ±5%. Change 008 , 023 , & 034 from 12.1K to 4.42K ±1%. A, B, C, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, U, & Y.

FC

P AA

NOTE:

Solder connections S, T, & U, and resistor 094 set the video gain and may change due to component variations.

54

1492 & 2092 VIDEO INTERFACE PROGRAMS
N K X O L R Q I Y G J M E D A B T U S 11 H

Western Amusement
Install posistor 244 . Solder Connections: Standard board.

(1492)

Change 094 from 2.7K to 10K, ±5%.

D, E, F, G, H, I, M, N, O, P, & Y.

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

4 Line TTL;
B T U E D A S

(1492)

Change 002 , 005 , & 027 from 75Ω to 1K ±5%. Change, the video input connector, 006 from a 6 conductor to a 7 conductor header. 5 Solder Connections: A, B, C, P, & S

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Solder Connections:
B T U E D A S

FC

P AA

N K X O L R Q I Y G J M

H

Solder Connections:
B T U E D A S

FC

P AA

NOTE:

Solder connections S, T, & U, and resistor 094 set the video gain and may change due to component variations.

55

NOTES:

56

1.2K B4

Ω 790Ω B9 1490-91

3.78K B19

7

6

5

4

3

2

1 1.65K Ω 836Ω B11 5.62K B12 B10

40.2K B17

1.27 NE592 K B8

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

68K

B1

Ω 606Ω B6

Ω 539Ω B20

3.32 K

Ω 270Ω B18 270 Ω Ω 32Ω B13 B14 B16 15
PNP E CAP.

Ω 27Ω 180 Ω B2 3
7.9V
LINE

1490-91 B7 Ω 392Ω B5

Ω 66Ω B15

Ω 510Ω

B3

1
PNP drive cap.

2
NPN E

4
NPN B

5
NE592 Output

6 GND

7 +12V
LINE

8
VIDEO INPUT

9

10 GND

11
AUTO BIAS

12 GND

13
127V
LINE

14
7.9V

16
PNP B DIODE

17
PNP B

18
PNP E

19
PNP C

20
AMP Output

B
P/N CPR0500 VIDEO AMPLIFIER RESISTOR ARRAY "B"

Ω 200Ω C16

Ω 200Ω C13

Ω 200Ω C8 5.00K

4K C10

4K C11 5.00K C12

4K C14 5.00K C15

68.1K C1

68.1K C2

68.1K C3

20K 1.82 2.74K 1.82 K K C5 C6 C7 C4

C9

1
Program PULSE

2
H. Blank

3
Program PULSE

4
BLUE i Beam

5
GREEN i Beam

6
Program PULSE

7
RED i Beam

8 GND

9
NC

10
10.7V LINE 4

11
4.2V LINE 5

12
RED Amp out 7

13
RED Amp FB 6

14
RED i sense

15
GREEN i sense

16
GREEN Amp FB 2

17
GREEN Amp out 1

18
BLUE i sense

19
BLUE Amp FB 13

20
BLUE Amp out 14

LM324 Pin No.

AUTO BIAS RESISTOR ARRAY "C"

C
P/N CPR0503

Solder connection

A

reduces the horizontal raster size. 38.3K

10K 10K 220K 10K G1 10K G2 G6 5K G7 5
7

G11 28K 50K G9 G12 2.2K 44.2K 100K G10 11
NC

G3

G4

A
10K 10K G5 7
to Pin. Buffer 5 8

G13

G14

16K

G15

1.82 K 6.8K G16 G17

G8

1
H. SIZE POT

2 GND

3
+6V Source 3

4
+12V
LINE

Pincush. Couple Cap.

6

8

9
V. LIN. Correct.

10
LIN. buffer node 9

12 GND

13
DM Buffer 12

14
DM control V FB

15
DM amp Output 14

16
NPN B

17
Stability Cap.

18
DM amp Neg FB 13

19 +6V
LINE 1

20
i Beam FB

LM324 Pin No.

P/N CPR0504 HORIZONTAL WIDTH CONTROL RESISTOR ARRAY "G"

G
57

Precision Resisitor Arrays (PRAs).
B - Decreases Vfo. Ω 330Ω H2 Ω 330Ω H1
.5M 22K H14

C - Increases Vfo.

Solder jumpers B and C are used to keep the vertical oscillator (with no sync) within the range of 43 to 47Hz.

H21 H 19

3904

E + B
22K H15 22K H16

C

C
22K H17

B E

3906

H23

10uF 16V H24

88K H20
.2M

118K H4 1N4148 H25 H 13 H26 4.99K H9 13
LA7830 INPUT

1K H12

C
H22

1K 34K H11 4.75K H8 16
H. Duty Cycle 11

B

.2M

H 18

84K H3

Ω 301Ω H5 10
RAMP CAP.

76.8K H6 11 12
V. OUT LA7851 15

330 Ω H7 14
+12V
LINE

H10

1
VERT. SIZE

2
SYNC INPUT

4
V. OSC. RES.

5
VERT. SYNC 19

6
+12V
LINE 20

7
V. OSC. CAP. 18

8
RAMP CAP.

9
Output bias Control 17

15 GND
13 14

17
BIAS H.F. FB

18
TO YOKE

19
YOKE Return

20
YOKE i sense

BIAS O/S 16

LA7851 Pin No.

H
Vertical Control Resistor Array "H" P/N CPR0503D

D - Inverts Horizontal Sync.

E, F, & G Adjust the Horizontal Oscillator Frequency.

E=Hfo +200 Hz, F=Hfo +400Hz, & G=Hfo +800Hz.

6.8K I13 1.8K 45K 12K I6 I2 I1 8.8K I12 2.7K I4 22K I3 I5 1 FBP 2
H. Pos. POT

E
Ω 170Ω I14

F
Ω Ω 340Ω 680Ω I16 I15

G
9.31K I10

Ω 200Ω Ω 200Ω 1/2 I11 1/2 I11

D

25K 10K I7 9
PLL O/S 3

33K

I8

1K

I9 15
Osc. Discharge 9

3
H. Sync Cap. H.

5 +12V

6 GND

7
H. Sync Output 1

8
H. Pos. O/S 2

10 GND

11
PLL SYNC 4

13
PLL output Cap. LA7851 Pin No. 7

14 OSC.
8

16
Hfo SET

17
H. +12V Line

18
Flywheel Cap.

19
H. Drive Damper

20
Damper Cap.

I
Horizontal Control Resistor Array "I" P/N CPR0502

C - Decreases +127Vline by 1.5V D - Decreases +127Vline by 3V 2.33K J13 4.67 K J14

A - Increases +127Vline by 1.5V B - Increases +127Vline by 3V

193K J1

130 Ω J15 Ω 260Ω J16

POWER SUPPLY. RESISTOR ARRAY

"J"

1M J10

C

D

A
45K J6A P/N CPR0501 45K J6B
38.3K

11K 23.2K R2 J3 J2

56K J4

B
33.2k J7 7
1/2 Raw DC

J9 Ω 510Ω R8 J8 12
FET

14.7K 15.8K J11 J12

10.6K

J5 5
E. Amp Output 2

1
+127V
SENSE

Old +127V SET

2

3 V-

4
E. Amp. -FB cap.

6
E. Amp +Input 1

8 17V

9
Osc. Rx

10 VC5184 Pin No.

13
FET Source

14 +17V
15

15 V-

16
O.V.P. LOAD 14

17
D 266 + Comp. 13

18
D 266 - Comp. 12

i Sense
11

19 V-

20 V+ 127V

V-, 100V to 300V below GND.

Normally GND -200V.

J
"J" P/N CPR0501

Power Supply Resistor Array

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