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KM41410868CE

Telephone Equipment
Model No. KX-TGD210AG1

Caller ID Compatible

KX-TGD212AG1
KX-TGDA20AG1
Digital Cordless Phone
B: Black Version
(for Argentina)

KX-TGDA20
(Handset)

KX-TGD210
(Base Unit)

(Charger Unit)

Configuration for each model
Model No
KX-TGD210
KX-TGD212
KX-TGDA20

Base Unit Handset Charger Unit
1 (TGD210) 1 (TGDA20)
1 (TGD210) 2 (TGDA20)
1
1 (TGDA20)
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KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1

WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general
public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting
to service a product. Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional
technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information by anyone
else could result in serious injury or death.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
There are special components used in this equipment which are important for safety. These parts are marked by
in the Schematic Diagrams, Circuit Board Diagrams, Exploded Views and Replacement Parts List. It is essential that
these critical parts should be replaced with manufacturer’s specified parts to prevent shock, fire or other hazards.
Do not modify the original design without permission of manufacturer.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT LEAD FREE, (PbF), SOLDERING
If lead free solder was used in the manufacture of this product, the printed circuit boards will be marked PbF.
Standard leaded, (Pb), solder can be used as usual on boards without the PbF mark.
When this mark does appear, please read and follow the special instructions described in this manual on the
use of PbF and how it might be permissible to use Pb solder during service and repair work.

L When you note the serial number, write down all 11 digits. The serial number may be found on the bottom of the unit.
L The illustrations in this Service Manual may vary slightly from the actual product.

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KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1 Safety Precautions----------------------------------------------- 4
1.1. For Service Technicians --------------------------------- 4
2 Warning -------------------------------------------------------------- 4
2.1. Battery Caution--------------------------------------------- 4
2.2. About Lead Free Solder (PbF: Pb free)-------------- 4
2.2.1. Suggested PbF Solder ------------------------------ 5
2.3. Discarding of P. C. Board-------------------------------- 5
3 Specifications ----------------------------------------------------- 6
4 Technical Descriptions ----------------------------------------- 7
4.1. US-DECT Description ------------------------------------ 7
4.1.1. TDD Frame Format ---------------------------------- 7
4.1.2. TDMA system------------------------------------------ 7
4.1.3. Signal Flowchart in the Radio Parts-------------- 8
4.2. Block Diagram (Base Unit_Main)---------------------- 9
4.3. Block Diagram (Base Unit_RF Part) -----------------10
4.4. Circuit Operation (Base Unit) -------------------------- 11
4.4.1. BBIC (Base Band IC: IC501) --------------------- 11
4.4.2. EEPROM (IC611) ------------------------------------ 11
4.4.3. Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit--------------12
4.4.4. Telephone Line Interface---------------------------14
4.4.5. Parallel Connection Detect Circuit/Auto
Disconnect Circuit -----------------------------------15
4.4.6. Calling Line Identification (Caller ID)/Call
Waiting Caller ID -------------------------------------16
4.5. Block Diagram (Handset)-------------------------------18
4.6. Circuit Operation (Handset)----------------------------19
4.6.1. Outline --------------------------------------------------19
4.6.2. Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit--------------19
4.6.3. Charge Circuit ----------------------------------------19
4.6.4. Battery Low/Power Down Detector--------------19
4.6.5. Speakerphone ----------------------------------------19
4.7. Signal Route -----------------------------------------------20
5 Location of Controls and Components ------------------22
6 Installation Instructions ---------------------------------------22
7 Operating Instructions-----------------------------------------22
8 Test Mode ----------------------------------------------------------23
8.1. Engineering Mode ----------------------------------------23
8.1.1. Base Unit ----------------------------------------------23
8.1.2. Handset ------------------------------------------------25
9 Service Mode -----------------------------------------------------27
9.1. How to Clear User Setting (Handset Only)---------27
10 Troubleshooting Guide ----------------------------------------28
10.1. Troubleshooting Flowchart -----------------------------28
10.1.1. Check Power------------------------------------------29
10.1.2. Check Record ----------------------------------------30
10.1.3. Check Playback -------------------------------------31
10.1.4. Check Battery Charge ------------------------------31
10.1.5. Check Link---------------------------------------------32
10.1.6. Check the RF part -----------------------------------34
10.1.7. Registering a Handset to the Base Unit--------38
10.1.8. Deregistering a Handset ---------------------------38
10.1.9. Check Handset Transmission --------------------39
10.1.10. Check Handset Reception-------------------------39
10.1.11. Check Caller ID --------------------------------------39
11 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions ---------------40
11.1. Disassembly Instructions -------------------------------40
11.1.1. Base Unit ----------------------------------------------40
11.1.2. Handset ------------------------------------------------41

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11.1.3. Charger Unit ------------------------------------------ 42
11.2. How to Replace the Handset LCD------------------- 43
Measurements and Adjustments -------------------------- 44
12.1. Equipment Required ------------------------------------ 44
12.2. The Setting Method of JIG----------------------------- 44
12.2.1. Connections (Base Unit) -------------------------- 44
12.2.2. Connections (Handset) ---------------------------- 45
12.2.3. How to install Batch file into P.C. ---------------- 46
12.2.4. Commands-------------------------------------------- 46
12.3. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) -------------------- 47
12.3.1. Bottom View ------------------------------------------ 47
12.4. Adjustment Standard (Handset) ---------------------- 48
12.4.1. Component View ------------------------------------ 48
12.5. Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal ------------ 49
12.5.1. How to download the data ------------------------ 49
12.6. Frequency Table------------------------------------------ 51
Miscellaneous---------------------------------------------------- 52
13.1. How to Replace the Flat Package IC --------------- 52
13.1.1. Preparation-------------------------------------------- 52
13.1.2. How to Remove the IC ----------------------------- 52
13.1.3. How to Install the IC -------------------------------- 53
13.1.4. How to Remove a Solder Bridge ---------------- 53
13.2. Terminal Guide of the ICs, Transistors and
Diodes ------------------------------------------------------ 54
13.2.1. Base Unit ---------------------------------------------- 54
13.2.2. Handset ------------------------------------------------ 54
Schematic Diagram -------------------------------------------- 55
14.1. For Schematic Diagram -------------------------------- 55
14.1.1. Base Unit (Base Unit (Main)) --------------------- 55
14.1.2. Handset (Handset (Main)) ------------------------ 55
14.2. Base Unit (Main) ----------------------------------------- 56
14.2.1. KX-TGD210------------------------------------------- 56
14.3. Handset (Main) ------------------------------------------- 58
Printed Circuit Board ------------------------------------------ 61
15.1. Base Unit (Main) ----------------------------------------- 61
15.1.1. Component View ------------------------------------ 61
15.1.2. Bottom View ------------------------------------------ 62
15.2. Handset----------------------------------------------------- 63
15.2.1. Component View ------------------------------------ 63
15.2.2. Bottom View ------------------------------------------ 64
Exploded View and Replacement Parts List ----------- 65
16.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Base Unit) ----------- 65
16.1.1. KX-TGD210------------------------------------------- 65
16.2. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Handset)------------- 66
16.3. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Charger Unit) ------- 67
16.4. Accessories and Packing Materials ----------------- 68
16.4.1. KX-TGD210AG1------------------------------------- 68
16.4.2. KX-TGD212AG1------------------------------------- 69
16.5. Replacement Parts List--------------------------------- 70
16.5.1. Base Unit ---------------------------------------------- 70
16.5.2. Handset ------------------------------------------------ 71
16.5.3. Charger Unit ------------------------------------------ 72
16.5.4. Accessories and Packing Materials ------------ 72
16.5.5. Screws ------------------------------------------------- 72
16.5.6. Fixtures and Tools----------------------------------- 72

2.1. Remove all of the excess solder Component pin p Solder (Slice View) 4 Component . Pb. Do not grasp IC or LSI pins with bare fingers. neither the products nor their parts or members shall be remodeled. 3. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. 3. 2. We will use PbF solder when discussing the lead free solder used in our manufacturing process which is made from Tin (Sn). Battery Caution 1. 2. For Service Technicians • Repair service shall be provided in accordance with repair technology information such as service manual so as to prevent fires. injury or electric shock.1. FASTON terminals shall be plugged straight in and unplugged straight out. • When applying PbF solder to double layered boards. 1. Please use a soldering iron with temperature control and adjust it to 700 °F ± 20 °F (370 °C ± 10 °C). Use a conductive mat on worktable. • ICs and LSIs are vulnerable to static electricity. 2.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 1 Safety Precautions 1.: Do not heat the PCB for too long time in order to prevent solder splash or damage to the PCB. If a lead wire assembly is supplied as a repair part. the symbol for lead in the periodic table of elements. Ground the soldering irons. • PbF solder will tend to splash if it is heated much higher than its melting point. When repair services are provided. Cover plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil. and others like it. which can be caused by improper repair work. For service and repair work we suggest using the same type of solder. When repairing. manufactured using lead free solder will have PbF stamped on the PCB. • Exercise care while using higher temperature soldering irons. This model. 2 Warning 2. the lead wire assembly shall be replaced. Caution • PbF solder has a melting point that is 50 °F ~ 70 °F (30 °C ~ 40 °C) higher than Pb solder. the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions. 4. will refer to standard solder or solder that contains lead. approximately 1100 °F (600 °C). and Copper (Cu). Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Silver (Ag). About Lead Free Solder (PbF: Pb free) Note: In the information below. please check the component side for excess which may flow onto the opposite side (See the figure below). 3.2. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacture’s Instructions. 1.

delete all personal information such as telephone directory and caller list or scrap P. or Tin. Board When discarding P. While this product is manufactured using Tin. and Bismuth (Sn+Zn+Bi). Suggested PbF Solder There are several types of PbF solder available commercially.6 mm X 100 g 1.0 mm. 0. Zinc.3 mm.1. The following lead free (PbF) solder wire sizes are recommended for service of this product: 0.3.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 2. Please check the manufacturer's specific instructions for the melting points of their products and any precautions for using their product with other materials. Silver.6 mm and 1.0 mm X 100 g Discarding of P. Board. C. C.3 mm X 100 g 2. you can also use Tin and Copper (Sn+Cu). and Copper (Sn+Ag+Cu). 0. 5 . C. Board. 0.2.

50/60 Hz) Super Heterodyne PLL synthesizer Quadrature Discriminator 10.368 MHz ±100 Hz Frequency Modulation 40 bit Tone (DTMF)/Pulse Up to 48 digits Up to 32 digits (Phonebook) 6 days at Standby. 72 mm x 72 mm x 45 mm Approx. 130 g Approx. 220–240 V AC. Maximum: Approx.0 (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications 6. 48 mm x 30 mm x 168 mm 0 °C . Up to 50 m indoors.1 W.2 V 400 mAh) Charger AC Adaptor (PNLV233AGAZ.728 kHz N Bit rate: 1.) N Voice coding: ADPCM 32 kbit/s Handset Base Unit Power source Receiving Method Oscillation Method Detecting Method Tolerance of OSC Frequency Modulation Method ID Code Ringer Equivalence No.152 kbit/s N Modulation: GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying) N RF transmission power: 115 mW (max. 140 g (*1) Approx.0) N Number of channels: 60 Duplex Channels N Frequency range: 1.1B Standby: Approx.6 W (*1) Maximum: Approx. 143 mm x 103 mm x 48 mm(*2) Mass (Weight) Approx. 170 g (*2) Rechargeable Ni-MH battery AAA (R03) size (1.8 W 0 °C . (REN) Dialing Mode Redial Speed Dialer Power Consumption AC Adaptor (PNLV226AG0Z. 0.824 MHz ±100 Hz Frequency Modulation 40 bit 0.91 GHz to 1. • Analog telephone connection: Telephone Line 6 . depending on the condition.40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F) 20 % – 80 % relative air humidity (dry) Approx. 1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 3 Specifications N Standard: DECT 6.93 GHz N Duplex procedure: TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) N Channel spacing: 1. 10 hours at Talk Standby: Approx. 100 g Note for Service: • Operation range: Up to 300 m outdoors. 50/60 Hz) Super Heterodyne PLL synthesizer Quadrature Discriminator 13.40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F) 20 % – 80 % relative air humidity (dry) Dimensions (W x D x H) Approx. 3. 0.40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F) 20 % – 80 % relative air humidity (dry) Approx.2 W (*1) Operating Conditions 0 °C . 143 mm x 103 mm x 48 mm(*1) Approx. 220–240 V AC.

(*1) Note: (*1) It is a feature under FCC 15 regulation and for interference avoidance. TDMA system This system is the cycles of 10 ms. (*1) Dummy Bearer Base unit sends Dummy-data to the all stand-by state handsets.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4 Technical Descriptions 4.1. In the case of checking RF parts.2.1. and has 6 duplex paths. TDD Frame Format RX1 5 ms 5 ms Up Link ( Handset -> Base Unit ) Down Link ( Base Unit -> Handset ) RX2 RX3 RX4 RX5 RX6 TX1 TX2 TX3 TX4 TX5 TX6 DATA rate : 1.93 GHz is used. the 10 ms of voice data is transmitted. The state where duplex communication is performed. 7 .1. US-DECT Description The frequency range of 1. Handset doesn't make up duplex in no free RF channels because of interference. In 1 slot 417 μs.92 GHz-1. • 2 . but maximum duplex communication path is 5 because of dummy bearer use.1.Handsets Link Traffic Bearer Base unit Handset 1 (Stand by) Handset 2 (Link) Handset 3 (Link) Dummy bearer RX1 RX2 RX3 RX4 RX5 RX6 TX1 TX2 TX3 TX4 TX5 TX6 TX RX TX RX Traffic Bearer A link is established between base unit and handset. Refer to Frequency Table (P.51). it is better in least interference condition. Transmitting and receiving carrier between base unit and handset is same frequency. Base unit doesn't send Dummy bearer in no free RF channels because of interference.152 Mbps 417 µs (available) 417 µs (blind) 4. 4. Handsets receive that data for synchronization and monitoring request from the base unit.

BBIC down-converts to 864 kHz IF signal from RX signal and demodulates it to digital data "RXDATA". Transmission A voice signal from microphone is encoded to digital data "TXDATA" by BBIC (IC1) in a handset. Then BBIC down-converts to 864 kHz IF signal from RX signal in the selected antenna. 8 . BBIC (IC501) converts RXDATA into a voice signal and outputs it to TEL line.9 GHz. The RF signal is amplified and fed to a antenna.1. and demodulates it to digital data "RXDATA". RF signal is received in one antenna. Then TXDATA goes to RF PART and it's modulated to 1. and it's modulated to 1.9 GHz. Signal Flowchart in the Radio Parts Reception A voice signal from TEL line is encoded to digital data "TXDATA" by BBIC (IC501) in a base unit. BBIC (IC1) converts RXDATA into a voice signal and outputs it to speaker. Then TXDATA goes to RF PART. The RF signal is amplified and fed to a selected antenna. BBIC (IC501) compares RF signal levels and selects the antenna to be used. RF signal is received in two antennas. As for a handset RF. As for a base unit RF.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4.3.

SDA WP KEYS ANS_LED VCCA MSG_LED DOUBOUT VBAT VCCPA VBAT_APU VCC_IF VCC_FE VCC_VCO LOUT LIN HOOK DCIN 2 DCIN 1 BELL HSMIP HSMIN 3.0V RECEIVE AMP Q171 SIDE TONE CIRCUIT Q161 INUSE DETECT 2 R151.DO DL. E CLK.2. Operational P.824 MHz IC501 SP SCL.C.CS ANT1 SPOUTP SPOUTN BBIC EEPROM MEMORY IC611 VCC X501 13.R152 BELL DETECT Q111 D101 R371 R372 DCM DCP L1R - + CHARGE_CONTACT DC JACK TEL JACK L1T KX-TGD210/212 BLOCK DIAGRAM (Base Unit_Main) 3.VBAT RF_PART RSTN 9 RESET TXn TXp RXn RXp STM/CKM 3 KEY 1 VDD FLASH MEMORY IC601 KEY C.0 V REGULATOR IC302 INUSE DETECT 1 R131. D. Board KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Block Diagram (Base Unit_Main) . R133 RLY Q141 4.

Block Diagram (Base Unit_RF Part) TXp TXn ANT1 RXp RXn KX-TGD210/212 BLOCK DIAGRAM (Base Unit_RF Part) 10 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4.3.

and memory management required in a digital telephone answering machine. 4. • Settings ex: message numbers. They are determined by the signal path route operation of voice signal. • Caller ID demodulation The BBIC implements monitor and demodulate the FSK/DTMF signals that provide CID information from the Central Office.4.2. • Block Interface Circuit RF part. utilizing the built in speech detector and a Flash Memory. Speaker. BBIC (Base Band IC: IC501) • Voice Message Recording/Play back The BBIC system uses a proprietary speech compression technique to record and store voice message in Flash Memory.1. the DTMF signal is output. LED.4. TDD & TDMA with FHSS Processor ADPCM ADPCM Digital Speech Processor RF part Analog Front End TEL Line Interface & Host CPU Caller ID Modem BBIC (IC501) Multiplexer Digital TAM System *1 EEPROM IC611 4. The host processor provides activation and control of all that functions as follows. EEPROM (IC611) Following information data is stored.4. ID code. Tone/Pulse 11 . • Synthesized Voice (Pre-recorded message) The BBIC implements synthesized Voice. Telephone line. record and playback. Flash Time. Circuit Operation (Base Unit) General Description: (BBIC. An error correction algorithm is used to enable playback of these messages from the Flash Memory. EERROM) is a digital speech/signal processing system that implements all the functions of speech compression. • DTMF Generator When the DTMF data from the handset is received.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4. The BBIC system is fully controlled by a host processor. Key scan. Flash Memory. which stored the vocabulary. etc. • Digital Switching The voice signal from telephone line is transmitted to the handset or the voice signal from the handset is transmitted to the Telephone line.

2 V) Reset (RSTN) (IC501_54 pin) Startmonitor (IC501 57pin) (CKM/STM) BBIC chip initialize 12 .0V) in IC302.4. Circuit Operation: +3. And +3.0V REGULATOR VBAT pin 10 IC501 IC601 FLASH RSTN(Reset) pin 54 pin 15 BBIC DOUBLER OUT For peripherals STM/CKM VDDC (1.2V) pin 57 pin 9 IC611 EEPROM RF Part Receive Amp.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4. ANS LED MSG LED VBAT VDDC (1.5V AC Adaptor 3.0V for peripherals and analog part is insulated from VBAT by Doubler of BBIC. Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit The power supply voltage from AC adaptor is converted to VBAT (3.3.0V VBAT IC302 5.

4. Charge Circuit R371 The voltage from the AC adaptor is supplied to the charge circuits.3.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4.5V D362 F301 DCM C351 CHARGE+ D361 ( ) DCP CHARGE- 13 . R372 +5.1.

01u R177 0. Side Tone Circuit: Basically this circuit prevents the TX signal from feeding back to RX signal.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4. Q141 turns on.4. +3.2k 130k 0.01u 39 R152 C152 NC R163 R171 C168 Q171 C132 100k R145 R168 4.047u 0.047u C112 C111 K0. Q141 is open to cut the DC loop current and decrease the ring load.7k 10u C167 1000p C163 NC 220 C178 R141 B E C173 560p 0. thus providing an off-hook condition (active DC current flow through the circuit). Pulse Dial Circuit: Pin 6 of BBIC turns Q141 ON/OFF to make the pulse dialing.1u 100k *D142 R165 47k *R162 27k C101 680p R151 Q142 D101 3 300V 4 L1T C102 680p NC Pin 28 of IC501 R121 390k C121 680p R122 390k C122 680p R112 100k K 0. Telephone Line Interface Telephone Line Interface Circuit: Function • Bell signal detection • ON/OFF hook and pulse dial circuit • Side tone circuit Bell signal detection and OFF HOOK circuit: In the idle mode.9k R172 C161 820 R175 C176 1u R176 R160 *P101 L1R .01u E R133 C B 2.022u 680k C175 C171 NC C164 1k 3. When ring voltage appears at the Tip (T) and Ring (R) leads (When the telephone rings).7k 25V R142 NC R164 1k *D143 C142 K0.0V *Q141 R161 2.4.0V D133 D153 NC C123 Pin 16 of IC501 1000p C124 C120 100k R111 Hook Pin 6 of IC501 NC NC VDDC 2 NC 1 1 *R115 1u NC 10p C181 C186 C184 SA103 NC *C115 2 *SA101 2 *SA102 1 NC 330k K0. The unit is consequently in an onhook condition. As for this unit. TX signal feed back from Q161 is canceled by the canceller circuit of BBIC. Following signal flow is the DC current flow.7k 100k 10M R131 2.033u Q161 C 0. the AC ring voltage is transferred as follows: T → R111 → C111 → Q111 → BBIC pin 5 [BELL] When the CPU (BBIC) detects a ring signal. T → D101 → Q141 → Q161 → R163 → D101 → P101 → R ON HOOK Circuit: Q141 is open.68u K C113 D113 2 Pin 17 of IC501 A 1 10k 47k R114 14 R113 1k 3 A BELL Pin 5 of IC501 Q111 Pin 18 of IC501 Pin 24 of IC501 Pin 25 of IC501 RA151 4 K A +3. Q141 is connected as to cut the DC loop current and to cut the voice signal.

5. If the Auto disconnect function is ON and statuses are Hold. it is necessary to have a circuit that judges whether a telephone connected in parallel is in use or not.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4. the voltage is monitored at pin 18 of IC501. while a parallel connection is deemed to exist if the voltage is lower. This circuit determines whether the telephone connected in parallel is on hook or off hook by detecting changes in the T/R voltage. OGM transmitting. There is no parallel connection if the voltage is 0. the presence/absence of a parallel connection is determined by detecting the voltage changes.4. receiving ICM. BBIC disconnects the line after detecting parallel connection is off hook.54 V or higher. the voltage is monitored at pin 17 of IC501. Q141 Pin 18 of IC501 DCIN2 R145 2 4 1 C102 Pin 17 of IC501 DCIN1 HOOK 3 SA101 C132 Q142 R133 R152 C152 C101 D101 R163 R151 RA151 R131 R142 R141 Q161 Pin 6 of IC501 15 L1R TEL JACK P101 RA151 L1T . Parallel Connection Detect Circuit/Auto Disconnect Circuit Function: In order to disable call waiting and stutter tone functions when using telephones connected in parallel. Parallel connection detection when off hook: When off hook. Circuit Operation: Parallel connection detection when on hook: When on hook.

4.6.5 s DATA STD Ring / 20 Hz Tip-Ring 0. *: Also the telephone exchange service provides other formats.5 s 575 ms min 0.e. For this reason. There are two types of the message format which can be received: i. The data from the telephone exchange is a modem signal which is modulated in an FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) * format. Calling Line Identification (Caller ID)/Call Waiting Caller ID Function: Caller ID The caller ID is a chargeable ID which the user of a telephone circuit obtains by entering a contract with the telephone company to utilize a caller ID service. The data for the caller ID from the telephone exchange is sent during the interval between the first and second rings of the bell signal. the operation of this circuit assumes that a caller ID service contract has been entered for the circuit being used. and data "0" is a 2200 Hz sine wave. Data "1" is a 1200 Hz sine wave.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4. the single message format and plural message format.1 Vrms 70 Vrms A DATA in 1200 Hz =DATA "1" B 2200 Hz =DATA "0 " DATA out 1 bit=833 µs month 04 day 15 hour 16 minute 35 number 2013487000 Plural message format 1st Ring 2 sec 0. Single message format 1st Ring 2 sec 2nd Ring 2 sec Silent interval 4 sec 0. The plural message format allows to transmit the name and data code information in addition to the time and telephone number data.5 s 718 ms 2nd Ring DATA DATA CODE NAME 201 John Smith month 04 day 16 16 hour 16 minute 35 number 2013487000 .

The transmission of the calling information takes place almost immediately after the customer is alerted to the new call so he/she can use this information to decide whether to take the new call. If the unit deems that a telephone connected in parallel is in use. to receive information about a calling party on a waited call. Then FSK data and MARK data pass the following route. Telephone Line → P101 → C121. C122 → R121. 24). Function: The telephone exchange transmits or receives CAS and ACK signals through each voice RX/TX route. R122 → IC501 (25. while off-hook on an existing call. ACK is not returned even if CAS is received. R121 C121 BBIC IC501 25 24 C120 R122 C122 SA101 P101 17 L1T Telephone Line L1R "FSK" data .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Call Waiting Caller ID Calling Identity Delivery on Call Waiting (CIDCW) is a CLASS service that allows a customer. and the information for the second and subsequent callers is not displayed on the portable handset display.

60 BMC RF PLL MOD/DEMOD Burst Decoding Burst Encoding 10.368 MHz XTAL X1 CP 3. 59. 13. 55 57.8 V 24 1. Q3.18 LCD CP3V R45 Q2. 14. 58. SPEAKER KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Block Diagram (Handset) .0 V KX-TGDA20 BLOCK DIAGRAM (Handset) QSPI FLASH MEMORY IC4 ANT1 ANT1 BATTERY 47. 51. R8 CHARGE CIRCUIT KEY LED LCD-BACK LIGHT BATTERY TERMINAL BATT- CHARGE(+) CHARGE CONTACTS MIC RECEIVER 32 63 64 SDA SCL 61 77 73 76 1. Q9. 53 QSPI-IO 0-3 52 QSPI-SCK 49 QSPI-CS COLUMNS KEYPAD ON SWITCH ROWS 46 8 7 TXn TXp RXp RXn 4. 12. Q4.5. 48.8 V Q1 65 VBAT SDA 67 RESET CSB CD IC7 EEPROM 33 CHARGE_CTRL SCL 66 34 CHARGE_DET 18 22 17 37 21 35 LDO_CTRL CPU Analog Front End A/D D/A Pin 71 Reset Reset DSP ADPCM Codec Filter Speech Decoding Speech Encoding IC1 BBIC 45 CP 4V CP3V 44 Charge Pump 2 1 86 87 QSPI Control 11.

RF Power Amp. the voltage is as follows. etc. the BBIC on Handset detects the fact that the battery is charged.) ..0 V ± 50 mV The BBIC detects this level and power down. Battery + 1.6.→ R45 → GND → CHARGE-(Handset)→ CHARGE-(Base) → GND → DC-(GND) In this way. EEPROM. Battery Low/Power Down Detector Circuit Operation: “Battery Low” and “Power Down” are detected by BBIC which check the voltage from battery.6.. Detector Circuit.6.6 V: BATT+) → F1 → Q1 (1. .All interfaces (ex: Key.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4.Compress/Expander .3. Q2 R8 DC+(5. Circuit Operation (Handset) Outline Handset consists of the following ICs as shown in Block Diagram (Handset) (P. Charge.Integrated 1.8 V Reset (IC1_71pin) 4.Temporary operating parameters (for RF. Speakerphone The hands-free loudspeaker at SP+ and SP. Charge Circuit Circuit Operation: When charging the handset on the Base Unit. Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit Circuit Operation: When power on the Handset.8 V.PLL Oscillator .6.All data signals (forming/analyzing ACK or CMD signal) .8 V). DC/DC Converter.6.Detector .18). • Battery Low Battery voltage: V(Batt) 2. 4.1.. LCD.Main Program D/L Area • EEPROM: IC3 .25 V ± 50 mV The BBIC detects this level and " " starts flashing. 4. BATTERY(2.2. The charge current is controlled by switching Q9 of Handset.) 4.6.12). 4.9 GHz PA for DECT • QSPI FLASH MEMORY: IC4 .is used to generate the ring alarm.. The detected voltage is as follows.Reception . BATTERY. Refer to Fig.0V) The Reset signal generates IC1 (71 pin) and 1. IC1-44pin (3.4. 19 → Q3 → F1 → BATTERY+.101 in Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P. • Power Down Battery voltage: V(Batt) 2.5.5 V) → R371 → R372 → D362 → CHARGE+(Base) → CHARGE+(Handset) → Battery.2 V ~ 2. • DECT BBIC (Base Band IC): IC1 . the charge current is as follows.

R121/R122 .<BASE_UNIT_RF_RX_ROUTE> .R177 .7.D101 .IC501(16-44/45) .SP (+) GREETING RECORDING MIC (+) .C184 .Q161 .C11 .R177.28) .IC1 (18) IC1(86) IC1(87) C859 .D101 .P101 .T/R(TEL LINE) HANDSET RX T/R(TEL LINE) .<BASE_UNIT_RF_TX_ROUTE> .28) .44/45) .P101 .D101 .73/74) .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 4.C13 .C13 .IC1 (18) IC1(86) IC1(87) OUT C859 .C11 .P101 .C178 -R178 .RECEIVER (–) HANDSET SP-Phone TX MIC (+) .Q141 .<BASE_UNIT_RF_RX_ROUTE> .RECEIVER (+) from BASE UNIT ANT 1 IC1 (1) IC1 (2) IC1 (22) . .IC501(46/47 .Q141 .R165 .IC501(16 .IC501(46/47 . --from BASE UNIT ANT –– IC1 (1) ––– IC1 (35) .29/31) .IC1 (17) MIC (–) .R165 .T/R(TEL LINE) CALLER ID T/R(TEL LINE) .Q161 .R178 .ANT to BASE ---ANT.IC501(5) Note: : inside of Handset 20 .ANT to BASE ---ANT.Q111 .C184 .C178 .C173 .Q171 .C178 .IC501(73/74 .Q141 . .D101 .P101 .IC501(73/74 .Q171 .IC601 GREETING PLAY TO TEL LINE IC601 .ANT.Q161 .IC1 (17) MIC (–) .Q161 .28) .D101 .D101 .<BASE_UNIT_RF_TX_ROUTE> .P101 -T/R(TEL LINE) HANDSET SP-Phone RX T/R(TEL LINE) .C111/C112 .Q171 .IC1 (17) IC1(86) C859 .C173 .IC501(46/47.C13 .P101 .IC601 ICM PLAY TO SPEAKER IC601 .<BASE_UNIT_RF_RX_ROUTE> .C184 .R111/R112 .IC501(24/25) BELL DETECTION T/R(TEL LINE) .Q141 .Q141 .C184 .73/74) .Q141 .IC501(16 .D101 .ANT to BASE MIC (–) . .SP (–) – IC1 (2) – – IC1 (37) .Q141 .IC1 (18) IC1(87) ---ANT. --IC1 (21) .C173 .R177.T/R(TEL LINE) ICM RECORDING T/R(TEL LINE) .P101 . Signal Route 䊻㻌 ROUTE 䊻㻌 SIGNAL ROUTE IN HANDSET TX MIC (+) .R165 .P101 .SPEAKER DTMF SIGNAL TO TEL LINE IC501(28) .C121/C122 .ANT.P101 .C11 .

C872 .ANT BASE UNIT RF [ RX_ROUTE ] ANT .IC501(46/47) ROUTE Note: : inside of Handset 21 䊻㻌 OUT .ANT HANDSET RF [ RX_ROUTE ] ANT .C819 .C872 .IC(1/2) BASE UNIT RF [ TX_ROUTE ] IC501(44/45) .C859 .C895 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 RF part signal route 䊻㻌 SIGNAL ROUTE IN HANDSET RF [ TX_ROUTE ] IC1(86/87) .

Note: You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server. Note: You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server. 22 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 5 Location of Controls and Components Refer to the Operating Instructions. Note: You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server. 6 Installation Instructions Refer to the Operating Instructions. 7 Operating Instructions Refer to the Operating Instructions.

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1

8 Test Mode
8.1.

Engineering Mode

8.1.1.

Base Unit

Important:
Make sure the address on LCD is correct when entering new data. Otherwise, you may ruin the unit.

Soft keys
Navigator key/
? (Volume) key/
(Phonebook)/
CID (Caller ID) key/
REDIAL (Redial) key/

{OFF } (Off)

{

} {TALK:Talk }

Dial keypad
{FLASH}
{CALL WAIT} (Call wait)

H/S LCD

H/S key operation
1). Press { MENU }.

2). Select "Initial Setup" using {^}or{V}
then press {OK } .

3). Select "Line Setup" using {^}or{V}
then press {OK } or {>}.
4). Enter "7", "2", "6", "2", "7", "6", "6", "4".
Note: 7262 7664 = PANA SONI
(see letters printed on dial keys)

Service Mode

5). Select "Write EEP" using {^} or{V}
then press {OK } or {>}.

Read EEP
Write EEP
Get S/W Ver.

OK
Set Addr.:

Default Data

6). Enter " ", " ", " ", " " (Address). (*1)

C
7). Enter " ", " " (New Data). (*1)

OK

Set Addr.:

New Data

8). Press {OK } , a long confirmation beep
will be heard.

C
____

9). Press
(off) to return to standby mode.
After that, turn the base unit power off and then power on.

23

OK

Set Addr.:
__

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1

Frequently Used Items (Base Unit)
ex.)
Items
C-ID (FSK) sensitivity

Address
06 DE/06 DD

Default Data
00/28

06 F8/06F7

00/01

Frequency
ID

00 07 / 00 08
00 02 ~ 00 06

00/01
Given value

Bell length

03 D4

3C (6 sec) (*3)

C-ID (DTMF) sensitivity

New Data
00/1C
00/14
(3 dB up)
(6 dB up)
0B/4C
0F/F6
(3 dB up)
(6 dB up)
1E (3 sec)

14 (2 sec)

Remarks
When hex changes from “00/28” to “00/1C” or
“00/14”, gain increases by 3 dB or 6 dB.
When hex changes from “00/01” to “0B/4C” or
“0F/F6”, gain increases by 3 dB or 6 dB.
Use these items in a READ-ONLY mode to
confirm the contents. Careless rewriting may
cause serious damage to the computer system.
This is time until bell stops ringing.
(Unit: 100 msec)

Note:
(*1) When you enter the address or New Data, please refer to the table below.
Desired Number (hex)
0
1
.
.
.
9

Input Keys
0
1
.
.
.
9

Desired Number (hex)
A
B
C
D
E
F

(*2)
Bell length

3C (hex) = 60 (dec) → 60 × 100 msec = 6000 msec (6 sec)

24

Input Keys
[R] + 0
[R] + 1
[R] + 2
[R] + 3
[R] + 4
[R] + 5

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1

8.1.2.

Handset

Important:
Make sure the address on LCD is correct when entering new data. Otherwise, you may ruin the unit.

Soft keys
Navigator key/
?(Volume) key/
(Phonebook)/
CID (Caller ID) key/
REDIAL (Redial) key/

{OFF } (Off)

{

} {TALK:Talk }

Dial keypad
{FLASH}
{CALL WAIT} (Call wait)

H/S LCD

H/S key operation
1). Press { MENU }.

2). Select "Initial Setup" using {^}or{V}
then press {OK } .

3). Enter "7", "2", "6", "2", "7", "6", "6", "4".
Note: 7262 7664 = PANA SONI
(see letters printed on dial keys)

Service Mode

4). Select "Write EEP" using {^} or{V}
then press {OK } or {>}.

Read EEP
Write EEP
Get S/W Ver.

OK
Set Addr.:

Default Data

5). Enter " ", " ", " ", " " (Address). (*1)

C
6). Enter " ", " " (New Data). (*1)

OK

Set Addr.:

New Data

7). Press {OK } , a long confirmation beep
will be heard.

C

OK

Set Addr.:
____ __

8). Press
(off) to return to standby mode.
After that, turn the base unit power off and then power on.

25

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Frequently Used Items (Handset) ex. Desired Number (hex.) A B C D E F Input Keys [Flash] + 0 [Flash] + 1 [Flash] + 2 [Flash] + 3 [Flash] + 4 [Flash] + 5 (*2) Use these items in a READ-ONLY mode to confirm the contents. . please refer to the table below. Careless rewriting may cause serious damage to the handset. .) 0 1 . . 26 . .) Items Address Default Data New Data Battery Low Frequency ID 00 09 00 07 / 00 08 00 02 ~ 00 06 70 70/02 Given value - Possible Adjusted Value MAX (hex) - Possible Adjusted Value MIN (hex) - Remarks (*2) Note: (*1) When you enter the address or New Data. 9 Input Keys 0 1 . 9 Desired Number (hex.

1. (The contents of user setting are reset to factory default) *Usage time is not cleared. 5 . 0 simultaneously until a beep sound is heard. How to Clear User Setting (Handset Only) Handset Press 2 . 27 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 9 Service Mode 9. Then single handset is initialized. 8 .

29) Check Playback (P.39) 28 Check Caller ID .34) Check Handset Transmission (P.39) Check Caller ID (P.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10 Troubleshooting Guide 10.1.31) Check Link (P.30) Check Battery Charge (P.31) Check Record (P. Troubleshooting Flowchart FLOW CHART Not working Power ON Base Unit Check Power OK Playback Pre-Message Not playback Check Playback OK Not record Record Check Record OK Link No link Battery Charge OK No charge Check Battery Charge OK Check Link NG Range Check the RF part OK Handset Voice Transmission No voice Check Handset Transmission OK Handset Voice Reception No voice Check Handset Reception OK Caller ID Reception Caller ID Error Cross Reference: Check Power (P.39) Check Handset Reception (P.32) Check the RF part (P.

0V ? (When LED is On) NO Check BBIC (IC1). (*1) Refer to Specifications (P. Check Power 10.3 V more? Check F1 is not open.1.61).KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10.1. YES Check Xtal CLK = 13. .12) 29 Check X1.1.8V about 1.are not shorted. NO Check Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit . Cross Reference: Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P. Handset Is the battery inserted BATT+ and BATT-? YES NO Is the voltage of BATT+ 2.5 V? NO Check AC Adaptor.0 V? NO YES Is the voltage of CP4V about 4. YES NO Does BBIC (IC1: 7) oscillate at 10. Base Unit Is the AC Adaptor inserted into AC outlet? (*1) Is output voltage of AC adaptor 5. YES Check VDDC (1.2.1. YES Check BBIC. OK RSTN: Reset = "High"? NO Check Reset Circuit.1.8 V? YES Is the voltage of CP3V about 3.368 MHz? YES Check BBIC (IC1).2 V): Test Point [VDDC] NO Check Power Supply Circuit. 10.6) for part number and supply voltage of AC adaptor. YES YES Check the battery and around BATT+ and BATT. Cross Reference: Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P. Is the voltage of +1.12) Note: BBIC is IC501.1. (*2) Refer to Base Unit (Main) (P.824 MHz? NO Check X501.1.

15) 30 . OK Does the unit catch line? NO YES Check Line In: Pin 16 of BBIC. Check Telephone Line Interface [OFF HOOK]. OK Check Auto Disconnect Circuit.1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10. BBIC is IC501. Check ICM Recording in Signal Route.2. OK Check BBIC and Flash Memory.20) Telephone Line Interface (P. Cross Reference: Signal Route (P.1.14) Parallel Connection Detect Circuit/Auto Disconnect Circuit (P. Check Record 10. OK Check Parallel Connection Detection Circuit.1. Base Unit A) Not record Incoming Message NO Check Bell signal. NO Check Telephone Line Interface [Bell].2. Note: Flash Memory is IC601.

4.3.2 V): Test Point [VDDC] NO Check Power Supply Circuit. 31).3.1. OK YES Check Handset. Cross Reference: Charge Circuit (P.13) 10. 10.3.1.1.2. Is BBIC (IC1: 34) high at charge state? Cross Reference: Check Power (P.1. BBIC is IC1. Cross Reference: Charge Circuit (P. Cross Reference: Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P.1. Is the voltage of two charge contacts about 3 V or more? NO Check Charge Circuit of Base Unit. Base Unit Plug in the AC Power source. Charge Handset on Base Unit. Base Unit Check VDDC (1. Handset NO Is Check Power OK? Check Power of Handset. YES NO Check Charge Circuit.19) 31 .1. Check Charge Contacts at Base Unit from mechanical point of view.1.4.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10. NO Check BBIC and Flash Memory.1. Charger Unit Plug in the AC Power source. Check Battery Charge 10.4. OK Check output of BBIC (Pin 29. OK Check Speaker and its surroundings.12) Note: Flash Memory is IC601. Check Charge Contacts at Charger Unit from mechanical point of view. (*1) Refer to Base Unit (Main) (P. Is the voltage of two charge contacts about 3 V or more? NO Check Charge Circuit of Charger Unit.19) 10.29) Charge Circuit (P. Charge Handset on Charger Unit.61). OK YES Check Handset. Check Playback 10.4.

0 V? NO YES Does the RF clock (CLK) oscillate at 13.0V about 3.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10.0V: Execute the command "VDA" Refer to Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal (P.5. then check the TP_CKM (IC501-57pin).824 MHz in Base Unit Test Mode? Adjust +3.0 V. *2 How to adjust the frequency of X501: To see the frequency.*2 YES Check the RF part Cross Reference: Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P. Check Link 10. execute the command “SFR“.49) for Base Unit.34) Note: *1 How to adjust +3.5. *1 OK NO Check around X501 and RF module and adjust clock frequency. 32 .0 V? NO Check around Power Supply Circuit.1.12) Check the RF part (P.1. Base Unit Does Base Unit make link with normal working Handset? YES Base Unit is OK. NO Is the voltage of VBAT about 3.824 MHZ±55HZ.1. send command “SFR “ until the frequency counter becomes13. YES Is the voltage of VDDC about 1. To adjust frequency.2 V? NO YES Is the voltage of +3. Check Handset.0V voltage to 3.

2.50) for Handset.368 MHz±55HZ.8V about 2.1.12) Check the RF part (P. Check Base Unit.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10. Refer to Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal (P. send command “SFR “ until the frequency counter becomes10.8 V? NO Check D3 YES Does the RF clock (CLK) oscillate: 10. execute the command “SFR“.0 V? NO YES Is the voltage of CP4V about 4.8 V.5.8V" about 1.34) Note: (*1) Refer to Troubleshooting by Handset (P. To adjust frequency.8V voltage to 1. then check the TP_CKM (IC1-55pin).31) To see the frequency. 33 .0V? (When LED is ON) NO Check BBIC (IC1) YES Is the voltage of CP2. OK YES NO Check around Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit .368 MHz in Handset Test Mode? NO Check around X1 and adjust clock frequency. YES Check the RF part. Handset Does Handset make link with Base Unit? (Correct working unit) YES Handset is OK.8 V? NO Adjust 1. Cross Reference: Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P. Is the voltage of CP3V about 3. NO Is the voltage of "1.

After All the Checkings or Repairing 1. Re-register handset (to be checked) to regular BU (Normal mode). b. the handset is defective.6. Finding out the Defective part 1. START No Base unit is defective Registration of handset to Regular BU Registration of Regular HS to base unit Yes Yes (other checkings) Registration of Regular HS to Regular BU Registration of handset to base unit (checked ones) Note: (*1) HS: Handset (*2) BU: Base Unit 34 No Handset is defective .1. If this operation fails in some ways. a. Re-register the checked handset to the checked base unit. and Regular HS to Regular BU.1. the base unit is defective. Check the RF part 10. Re-register regular HS (Normal mode) to base unit (to be checked).1. 2. Prepare Regular HS(*1) and Regular BU(*2). If this operation fails in some ways.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10.6.

1. 35 .6. Start 1 2 Link confirmation Normal NG Control signal confirmation OK NG Check BBIC interface parts.32).KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10. OK 5 NG RX confirmation Check RX Block.C. OK GOOD Note: (*1) Refer to Check Link (P. OK 6 Range confirmation Normal NG TEST RANGE Check.B) OK 3 X'tal Frequency confirmation NG Adjust X'tal Frequency.2. (*1) OK 4 NG TX confirmation Check TX Block.36). Please refer to the each item. RF Check Flowchart Each item (1 ~ 6) of RF Check Flowchart corresponds to Check Table for RF part (P. (RF Block <->BBIC on BU/HS P.

3. Press [Talk] key of the Regular HS to establish link. Press [Talk] key of the HS to establish link. Check Table for RF part No.6. 1. Compare the range of the BU (being checked) with that of the Regular BU.48) 36 . Place Regular BU 15 cm away from a checked HS. Confirm "TXDATA" waveform of HS (*2) and "RXDATA" waveform of Regular BU by Digital Oscilloscope. Place Regular BU 15 cm away from a checked HS. BU Mode: [Adjustment] TX confirmation Regular HS (BU) Mode: [Test RX Mode] 4 BU (HS) Mode: [Test TX_Burst Mode] RX confirmation Regular HS (BU) Mode: [Test TX_Burst Mode] 5 BU (HS) Mode: [Test RX Mode] Range Confirmation Normal HS. Check X'tal Frequency.47) (*2) Adjustment Standard (Handset) (P. Confirm "RXDATA" waveform of HS (*2) and "TXDATA" waveform of Regular BU by Digital Oscilloscope. Confirm "RXDATA" waveform of BU (*1) and “TXDATA“ waveform of Regular HS by Digital Oscilloscope.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10.1.824000 MHz ±100 Hz) HS (Handset) Check 1. Note: (*1) Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) (P. 3. (10. 2. 2. (13. 2. BU Mode [Normal Mode] 2 X'tal Frequency confirmation 3 HS. 2. Check X'tal Frequency. 1. 1. Press [Talk] key of the Regular HS to establish link. Register Regular HS to BU (to be checked).3. 2. 2. Compare the range of the HS (being checked) with that of the Regular HS. BU Mode: [Normal Mode] BU (Base Unit) Check 1. Press [Talk] key of the HS to establish link. Confirm "TXDATA" waveform of BU (*1) and “RXDATA“ waveform of Regular HS by Digital Oscilloscope.368000 MHz ±100 Hz) 1. 1. Register Regular HS to BU (to be checked). Place Regular HS 15 cm away from a checked BU. 1. Register HS (to be checked) to Regular BU. 2. Register HS (to be checked) to Regular BU. Item 1 Link Confirmation Normal HS. 2. Place Regular HS 15 cm away from a checked BU.

2. 1. Link OK = TX Power of the HS is OK. 2.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10. Link OK= RX Sensitivity of the BU is OK.6. Link OK = TX Power of the BU is OK. BU setting Checked unit: Low TX power (*1) Regular unit: High TX power (*1) Range Confirmation RX TEST (RX sensitivity check) HS. BU setting Checked unit: High TX power (*1) Regular unit: Low TX power (*1) BU (Base Unit) Check 1. 1. Register HS (to be checked) to Regular BU. At distance of about 20m between HS and BU.46).4. No Link = RX Sensitivity of the BU is NG. No Link = RX Sensitivity of the HS is NG CHART1: Setting of TX Power and RX Sensitivity in Range Confirmation TX TEST. Register Regular HS to BU (to be checked). No Link = TX Power of the HS is NG. Register Regular HS to BU (to be checked). Set TX Power of the Checking HS and the Regular BU according to CHART1. Set TX Power of the HS and the Regular BU according to CHART1. 3. Link OK= RX Sensitivity of the HS is OK. Set TX Power of the BU and the Regular HS according to CHART1. At distance of about 20m between HS and BU. TEST RANGE Check Circuit block which range is defective can be found by the following check. 2. At distance of about 20m between HS and BU. HS (Handset) Check 1. 3. 3. At distance of about 20m between HS and BU.1. RX TEST BU (Base Unit) TX Power Check BU (Base Unit) RX Sensitivity Check BU (to be checked) TX Power Low High Regular_HS TX Power High Low HS (Handset) TX Power Check HS (Handset) RX Sensitivity Check HS (to be checked) TX Power Low High Regular_BU TX Power High Low Note: (*1) Refer to Commands (P. 3. 37 . No Link = TX Power of the BU is NG. Register HS (to be checked) to Regular BU. Item Range Confirmation TX TEST (TX Power check) HS. Set TX Power of the BU and the Regular HS according to CHART1. 2.

i {SELEC. press {LOCATOR} repeat this step. 3 Handset: Press {OK}. then wait until a long beep sounds. then . (KX-TGD212) L The next step must be completed within 90 seconds. L If all registered handsets start ringing. ^ 2 { V } : Select the handset you want to cancel. Registering a Handset to the Base Unit 1 Handset: {MENU} # 1 3 0 2 Base unit: Press and hold {LOCATOR} for about 5 seconds.1. Deregistering a Handset 1 {MENU} # 1 3 1 L All handsets registered to the base unit are displayed.1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10.} i {OFF} 38 again to stop.8. 10.} 3 {^ V } : “ Sí ” i {SELEC.7.

Check Caller ID BASE UNIT NO Did bell ring? (Message indicator blinks) Check bell signal detection in Telephone Line Interface.20) Note: When checking the RF part.34).14) Calling Line Identification (Caller ID)/Call Waiting Caller ID (P.1. Cross Reference: Signal Route (P.20) 10.9. YES Check Calling Line Identification (Caller ID)/ Call Waiting Caller ID.1. Refer to Check the RF part (P. Cross Reference: Telephone Line Interface (P. 10. Cross Reference: Signal Route (P. Check Handset Transmission Check MIC of handset. 39 . • It is also recommended to confirm that the customer is really a subscriber of the service. Check handset Rx in Signal Route. Check handset Tx in Signal Route.16) Note: • Make sure the format of the Caller ID service of the Telephone company that the customer subscribes to.10.11.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 10.1. Check Handset Reception Check speaker of handset.

1. ճ Main P.1.1. Disassembly Instructions 11.1. board 40 . board.C.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 11 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 11. Base Unit 11. ձ 4 screws ղ Solders ճ Remove the main P.1. KX-TGD210 ձ Remove the 4 screws to remove the cabinet cover.C.1. ղ Remove the solders.

C. Used SIM card etc.2.C. Cabinet cover շ Screw յ Solders ն Remove the solders to remove the 2 charge terminals. ն Solders 2 charge terminals 41 . յ Remove the solders. ղ Insert a plastic card. open the other side of the cabinet. Main P. Handset ձ Remove the 2 screws. ձ 2 screws Cabinet body Cabinet cover ճ Likewise.1. մ Remove the cabinet cover by pushing it upward. then pull it along the gap to open the cabinet.) between the cabinet body and the cabinet cover. board շ Remove the screw to remove the Main P. board.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 11. (Ex.

1. ճ 2 charge terminals 42 . ղ Solders ճ Remove the 2 charge terminals. Charger Unit ձ Cabinet cover ձ Remove the cabinet cover. AC Adaptor ղ Remove the solders to remove the AC adaptor.3.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 11.

NG (Inclined) Tip of Soldering Iron (Part No. NG (Vertical interval tolerance is more than 0.2 mm If interval tolerance between center lines is less than 0. P. PQZZ430PRB) Heatweld with the tip of the soldering iron about 5 to 8 seconds (in case of 60W soldering iron). board is not damaged.2. How to Replace the Handset LCD Note: The illustrations are simplified in this page. in the direction of the arrow.k. New LCD OK Fit the heatseal of a new LCD.2 mm. They may differ from the actual product. 0.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 11.2 mm.C.2 mm.) NG (Horizontal interval tolerance is more than 0. board Vertical Interval Tolerance Peel off the FFC (Flexible Flat Cable) from the LCD.) 43 .2 mm Horizontal Interval Tolerance 0. PQZZ430PIR) Rubber of Soldering Iron (Part No. Take care to ensure that the foil on the P. C. it is o.

change the following values of resistance.1.1. 44 . • Oscilloscope.) <Preparation> • Serial JIG cable: PQZZ1CD300E* • PC which runs in DOS mode • Batch file CD-ROM for setting: PNZZGD210AG1 Resistor R2 R3 R4 R7 Old value (kΩ) 22 22 22 4.28) 12.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12 Measurements and Adjustments This chapter explains the measuring equipment. (It is an upper compatible JIG Cable. ±4 ppm) Hewlett Packard.3 3. JIG Cable UTX 3 UTX (yellow) URX 2 UGND (black) UGND To Serial Port (COM port 1*) 3 URX (red) PC DC JACK 1 AC adaptor Base unit P. Connections (Base Unit) 1 Connect the AC adaptor.2. Equipment Required • Digital multi-meter (DMM): it must be able to measure voltage and current.7 New value (kΩ) 3. Then you can use it as a JIG Cable for both TCD300 and TCD500 series.2.7 10 12. • Frequency counter: It must be precise enough to measure intervals of 1 Hz (precision. and the PC setting method necessary for the measurement in Troubleshooting Guide (P. 53131A is recommended. This equipment may be useful in order to precisely adjust like a mass production. CMD 60 is recommended. 12. board Note: *: COM port names may vary depending on what your PC calls it. C. the JIG connection. 2 Connect the JIG Cable GND (black). • DECT tester: Rohde & Schwarz. 3 Connect the JIG Cable RX (red) and TX (yellow). The Setting Method of JIG Note: *: If you have the JIG Cable for TCD500 series (PQZZ1CD505E).3 4.

2. Connections (Handset) 1Connect the DC Power or Battery to BATT+ and BATT-. C.2. 2Connect the JIG cable GND (black) to GND. 45 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12. 3 URX (red) 3 UTX (yellow) UTX URX BATT+ 1 DC Power or Battery To Serial Port (com port 1*) 2 GND (black) GND JIG Cable BATT- PC Handset P. 3Connect the JIG cable UTX (yellow) to UTX and URX (red) to URX. board Note: *: COM port names may vary depending on what your PC calls it.

12. Type "CD 㪳PNZZTG****". “01 23” is address and “45” is data to be written. Open an MS-DOS mode window. then press the Enter key. 3. (for Windows 95/Windows 98) Or Accessories-MS-DOS Prompt. go to next step. 7. (for Windows Me) Or Command Prompt. Type “wreeprom 01 23 45”. and the registered ID is read out. Type “hookon”. 46 . click [Start]. change the port number or 䇭check the cable connection. Type “readid”. C: >Documents and Settings>D: D: >>CD >PNZZTG**** D: >PNZZTG**** >SET_COM=X D: >PNZZTG****>READID 00 52 4F A8 A8 D: >PNZZTG****>DOSKEY D: >PNZZTG****> <Example: error happens> C: >Documents and Settings>D: D: >>CD >PNZZTG**** D: >PNZZTG**** >SET_COM=X D: >PNZZTG****>READID ‫ޓ‬CreateFile error ERROR 10: Can't open serial port D: >PNZZTG ****> Note: • “*****” varies depending on the country or models. (for Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Server 2003) 2.0) Or Accessories-Command Prompt. select Programs (All Programs for Windows XP/Windows Server 2003). 1. 6.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12.4. Command name rdeeprom Function Read the data of EEPROM readid writeid Read ID (RFPI) Write ID (RFPI) hookoff hookon getchk wreeprom Off-hook mode on Base On-hook mode on Base Read checksum Write the data of EEPROM Example Type “rdeeprom 00 00 FF”. Type "READID".C. At the DOS prompt. type "D:" (for example) to select the drive. <Example> 4. 5. Type “getchk”. Insert the Batch file CD-ROM into CD-ROM drive and copy PNZZTG**** folder to your PC (example: D drive). Type “writeid 00 18 E0 0E 98”. <Example for Windows> On your computer. and the ID “0018 E0 0E 98” is written. then press the Enter key. 䊶If any value appear. then press the Enter key. then click MS-DOS Prompt. then press the Enter key. How to install Batch file into P. 䊶If any error messages appear.2. (for Windows NT 4. and the data from address “00 00” to “FF” is read out.2. Type “hookoff”. then press the Enter key (X: COM port number used for the serial connection on your PC). Commands See the table below for frequently used commands. Type "SET_COM=X".3. Type "DOSKEY".

5V DC VCCA .3. please refer to below.36) (*2) is referred to Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P.0V TCK L1R C112 BRN R114 VDDC R115 R111 Spectrum Analyzer ANT1_S-GND R171 Q171 C178 PNLB2317Z R168 Q111 TEL SA101 STM/CKM/P15 C111 R113 LT1 YLW C115 C113 D113 IC601 GAP1 C601 ANT1 RSTN C515 VREF C120 - GRY + PUR C513 DCM F301 R322 R372 IC302 C351 + R321 BLU + SP 8 Volt Meter Oscilloscope Note: (*1) is referred to No. 12. Bottom View Frequency Counter (*1) * Send command "SFR".12) 47 - A ORG CHG C342 DCP C321 R371 DC 5. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) When connecting the simulator equipment for checking. then the frequency output on this TP.3. Oscilloscope (*2) * Start Monitor UTX +5.2 of Check Table for RF part (P.1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12.5V URX UGND C171 C167 R164 C173 PCB R172 C175 R175 C176 IC611 TMS RA611 R176 TD0 ANT1_Short C611 R112 RTCK TDI +3.

1 kHz STB_A . please refer to below.8V STB_E Oscilloscope C862 R20 100 CP4V C190 C863 C859 – 15 H C59 C98 C36 R15 X1 Q6 RA2 KEY_LED RA3 CKM * Send command "SFR". then the frequency output on this TP.4.4.1.RCV+ Q9 Q4 R6 Q2 KIN_1 R2 C19 R9 R45 C15 R8 CHG+ URX F1 C6 DC POWER SUPPLY 2.8V DC Volt Meter CP+3.0V JTAG 4 IC4 1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12. Component View Oscilloscope ANT-Short-GND ANT-Short BL UE LCD_SID LCD_SCL LCD_CD LCD_RESET LCD_CS AN O RA C77 C76 C95 ER IV O RA D21 R55 NG E Spectrum Analyzer R54 R53 R52 R51 C70 CE C94 C93 RE C92 C91 40 C65 NG E D P AF VOLT METER _T LE T1 W When measure RF. short "ANT-Short" and "ANT-Short-GND" with copper wire which length 5mm. Adjustment Standard (Handset) When connecting the simulator equipment for checking. + C1 C41 C191 C99 C860 C46 1. 12. C62 C64 C96 C61 C63 RE EN D22 G C71 CP3V C79 RA5 C72 BLUE D13 ORANGE C57 C56 STM 15 H C52 C55 C53 C29 C30 C44 RST R61 C45 IC1 C12 R23 RA7 CP3V C22 C13 C11 C47 C43 R1 Q1 1.8V R60 AF VOLT METER C69 100 R77 C78 D14 SP-PHONE_SPEAKER C73 R76 C866 STB_D Frequency Counter POWER PNLB2319Z PbF KIN_3 STB_C MIC+ + 47 AF VOLT METER MIC+ RCV- KIN_2 47 + CHG_CTRL 40 MIC.6V VBAT VBAT BATT+ GND BATTKIN_4 GND CHG- DC VOLT METER A UTX R7 C5 48 Oscilloscope Q3 MIC Load MIC- STB_B OSC 1. After measure do not forget to remove the wire.

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12. XXX_YYY: revision number “XXX_YYY” vary depending on the country version. 3) Check X'tal Frequency. it is necessary to download the required data such as Programming data or adjustment data. 49 . etc.bat”. 1) Apply 5.1. PNZZ.824000 MHz ± 15 Hz.(13. Then download the appropriate data according to the following procedures.44). 2) Default batch file: Execute the command “default. Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal If repairing or replacing EEPROM and X'tal.bat” (KX-TGD210)(*1) 4) Clock adjustment System clock Clock adjustment data is in EEPROM. You can find them in the batch file.44).5V between DCP ad DCM with DC power.1. Note: (*1) WW: country code. etc. How to download the data 12. 2) Input Command "sendchar sfr". EEPROM (IC611) X'tal (X501) Items How to download/Required adjustment Adjusted parameter data is stored in memory. 12. The set doesn't operate if it is not executed. 1) Change the address “0001” of EEPROM to “AA” to download (country version batch file.mentioned in The Setting Method of JIG (P. operate the PC setting according to The Setting Method of JIG(P.824 MHz ± 100 Hz).5. in memory.) 3) Country version batch file: Execute the command “TGD21VEUS_WW_RevXXX_YYY.5. the data.5. adjust the frequency of CLK executing the command "sendchar sfr xx xx (where xx is the value)" so that the reading of the frequency counter is 13.824 MHz ± 100 Hz. adjust the data again after replacing it. default batch file. 4) If the frequency is not 13. then you can confirm the current value. Base Unit First.1.

Handset First.44). Note: No Voltage writing data limit is “00“. 1) Apply 2. Note: (*2) WW: country code. 2) Execute the command sendchar PAD sendchar LED 0 sendchar CRX 0 1 sendchar AD1 It assumes that the return value is XX. write data: YY = 73 EEPROM = 0009 (Low Voltage) write “YY“ Execute the command “wreeprom 00 09 01 YY“. c) XX: 00 ~ 69: Reject XX: 75 ~ FF: Reject 1) Apply 2.(*2) 4) Clock adjustment 5) 2.1D“ Execute the command “xwreeprom 00 0A 01 ZZ“.5. write data:YY = 6A read data: XX =73. EEPROM (IC7) Items Adjusted parameter data is stored in memory.368000 MHz ± 5 Hz.08 V between BATT+ and BATT-.with DC power. default batch file.bat”.bat”. (*2) 3) Country version batch file: Execute the command “TGDA20US_WW_RevXXX_YYY. EEPROM = 000A (No Voltage) write “YY .1. operate the PC setting according to The Setting Method of JIG (P. (10. 3) Check X’tal Frequency. a) 6c XX 71: No need to adjust b) XX: 6A ~ 6B: Need to adjust XX: 72 ~ 74: Need to adjust Write AD value of 2.25 V between BATT+ and BATT-. 2) Default batch file (remaining): Execute the command “TGDA20US_DEF_RevXXX_YYY. ex) read data: XX = 6A. Then download the appropriate data according to the following procedures. 4) If the frequency is not 10.40 V between BATT+ and BATT-. You can find them in the batch file. 3) Apply 2.mentioned in The Setting Method of JIG (P. etc. 50 .6 V between BATT+ and BATT. 2) Input Command “sendchar sfr“.2.368 MHz ± 100 Hz. 4) Confirm that there is flashing of Battery lcon. XXX_YYY: revision number “XXX_YYY” vary depending on the country version. then you can confirm the current value.25 V ± 0.25 V to EEPROM.35 V setting and battery low detection 1) Apply 2. (country version batch file.) Battery Monitor Check - Battery Low Confirmation - Battery Clock Adjustment (X1) CLK How to download/Required adjustment 1) Default batch file: Execute the command “default.bat”.44).KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12.368 MHz ± 100 Hz). 2) Confirm that there is no flashing of Battery lcon. adjust the frequency of CLK execute in the command “sendchar sfr xx xx (where xx is the value)“ so that the reading of the frequency counter is 10. PNZZ.

992 1923.448 1926.264 1921. Frequency Table Channel 0 Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4 Ch.536 51 .720 1924.6. (hex) 00 01 02 03 04 TX/RX Frequency (MHz) 1928.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 12.

2.C. you can easily remove the ICs that have more than 100 pins. Type → RMA (lower residue. remove all solder left on the board with some tools like a soldering wire. the new IC will not be attached properly. While the solder melts.82. Put plenty of solder on the IC pins so that the pins can be completely covered. with some solder (large amount).1.1. If some solder is left at the joint on the board. 3. Make a few cuts into the joint (between the IC and its pins) first and then cut off the pins thoroughly.4) 13. Preparation • PbF (: Pb free) Solder • Soldering Iron Tip Temperature of 700 °F ± 20 °F (370 °C ± 10 °C) Note: We recommend a 30 to 40 Watt soldering iron. Note: If the IC pins are not soldered enough. How to Replace the Flat Package IC Even if you do not have the special tools (for example. • Flux Recommended Flux: Specific Gravity → 0. a spot heater) to remove the Flat IC.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 13 Miscellaneous 13. board when cutting the pins with a cutter. a soldering iron and a cutter knife. non-cleaning type) Note: See About Lead Free Solder (PbF: Pb free) (P.1. An expert may be able to use a 60 to 80 Watt iron where someone with less experience could overheat and damage the PCB foil. How to Remove the IC 1.1. you may give pressure to the P. 2. When you attach a new IC to the board. 52 . 13. remove it together with the IC pins.

53 . Lightly resolder the bridged portion. Apply flux to all pins of the FLAT PACKAGE IC. 13.1. How to Install the IC 1. 2. Remove the remaining solder along the pins using a soldering iron as shown in the figure below. *Check the accuracy of the IC setting with the corresponding soldering foil.4. 3. sliding the soldering iron in the direction of the arrow.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 13. Temporarily fix the FLAT PACKAGE IC. soldering the two marked pins. How to Remove a Solder Bridge 1.3. 2.1. Solder the pins.

Handset 5 E 45 44 Cathode B 2SA1776P 5 1 23 C0DBEYY00102 8 B1ADGE000012 B1ABGE000011 B1ADCF000040 2SC6054JSL UNR9216J0L (Reverse View) 89 pin 67 88 (GND) 66 1 22 23 Anode 45 44 C1CB00003837 54 (Reverse View) Cathode B3ACB0000216 B0ECKM000008 .2.2. Terminal Guide of the ICs. Base Unit 4 C Cathode (Reverse View) 88 67 66 1 1 2 3 Anode DY2J25000L C E C B 22 4 B C2HBCY000151 PNWIGD220LAH C Anode E DSC7003S0L Anode DA2J10100L B0EDER000009 C 8 1 B E 1 4 C3FBLY000162 PNWIGDA20LAR 2SC6054JSL B1ABDM000001 Cathode 13. Transistors and Diodes 13.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 13.1.2.2.

1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 14 Schematic Diagram 14.2. The schematic diagrams may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.1. DC voltage measurements are taken with voltmeter from the negative voltage line. 2. use only the manufacture's specified parts. For Schematic Diagram 14. Base Unit (Base Unit (Main)) Notes: 1. 2. When replacing any of these components. Important Safety Notice: Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. DC voltage measurements are taken with an oscilloscope or a tester with a ground. Handset (Handset (Main)) Notes: 1. The schematic diagrams may be modified at any time with the development of new technology. 14. 55 .1.1.

4mm Lm=10mm 1 C872 1.3 L=40mm NC D472 A K GND 10p SL W=0.3mm L=12.5mm SHORT1 C477 NC SL SL W=0.1u JTAG_TDO JTAG_TDI JTAG_TCK JTAG_TMS JTAG_RTCK NC NC *C652 10k 10k 10k 10k NC 2 (10) (11) (12) MSG_LED 1 NC JTAG_TDO RTCK JTAG_RTCK JTAG_TCK TCK JTAG_TMS TMS JTAG_TDI TDI URX URX UGND UTX UTX EEP_SCL EEP_SDA EEP_WP *SW1 *Q652 NC: No Components 56 *C601 MSG_LED ANS_LED SPI_DI *C651 *C650 NC *R652 VDDC +3.2.1.3p C873 C871 2p 1.25 L=2mm open-stub SL W=2.15mm L 6.5p SHORT MSL W=0.8mm 1st layer C895 2p SHORT2 GND SHORT SHORT SHORT3 SHORT6 GND RXn 1.8mm C810 Tx-balun SL W=0.1u C517 0.9mm L=3.0mm L=10.2mm 1st layer SHORT L803 15p GND C874 GND GND W 0.7n ANT1_Short X501 10p GND C508 TXn TXp RXp RXn 13.0mm TXn 1.5p ANT1_S-GND C863 GND 2.45mm L=6.8mm MSL W=0.2u TO RF BLOCK +3.2mm L=20mm RXp NC D473 A K SL W=0.3mm W=0.3mm L=6. Base Unit (Main) 14.824M (3) (4) VBAT 10u (5) (6) C511 C513 2.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 14.25 L=2mm SHORT TXp 10p C811 SHORT5 open-stub SL W=2.5p SPN (1) SPP (2) SHORT4 Pre-matching VBAT SHORT open-stub SL W=2.1u (8) (9) 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 KEYIN2 KEYS_C KEYIN1 KEYS_E KEYIN3 KEYS_D ANS_LED MSG_LED LED_VDD RSTN STM/CKM/P15 NC 9 *R507 VBAT 1u GND TXp RXp RXn GND_RF TRSW_p ANT_n ATST_n ATST_p TEST RSTN NC VCC_VCO GPIO[27] VDDUSB DM_USB/GPI28 DP_USB/GPI29 VDDC1 JTAG_TDO JTAG_TDI JTAG_TCK JTAG_TMS JTAG_RTCK GPIO[0]/SCL_IIC GPIO[1]/SDA_IIC GPIO[2] GPIO[3] GPIO[4] GPIO[5] GPIO[6] NC PARALLEL WIRE C515 *WBX01 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 TXn TRSW_n ANT VCC_FE VDD_IF VCC_IF VDD_APU 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 (7) NC *IC601 NC 1 *CS 2 DO/IO1 *HOLD/IO37 3 *WP/IO2 CLK 6 4 GND VCC8 DI/IO0 5 (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) .2.5p GND C478 NC GND GND W 0.95mm C819 C820 1.0V KEYIN2 KEYS_C KEYIN1 KEYS_E KEYIN3 KEYS_D *R651 C518 0.2mm L=5. KX-TGD210 RF Block ANT1 2 ANTPattern MSL Wm=0.2mm L 3.0V *Q651 R506 R502 R503 R504 NC NC ANS_LED 1 C516 0.

7k (3216) K NC A D143 100k C101 680p D101 3 C102 680p NC R115 C184 1 2 NC NC C181 1u L1R (GREEN) P101 22 C115 68k L1T (YELLOW) 2 4 2 330k 0.0V R510 1.0A C519 0.0V +5.2V SPI_CLK SPI_DO KEYIN1 SPI_DI KEYIN2 SPI_CS KEYIN3 1 2 0.0V (8) 100k R111 K 1u C510 C120 DCP HOOK BELL (14) (15) ! F301 VDDC (7) (11) +5. EEPROM.5V Q161 C C175 0.1u RA611 3.022u R151 100k R145 2.1u SPI_CS SPI_DO SPI_CLK +3.1u 130k K0.2k 220 R163 39 0.0V C113 K C506 89 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 D113 A 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10u MIN VCCA VREF DCIN3/LIN1 DCIN2 DCIN1 DCIN0/LIN0 DOUBOUT DOUBCAPP1 DOUBCAPP DOUBCAPN DOUBCAPN1 VBAT COREOUT VDDC2 GPIO[26] GPIO[25] GPIO[24] GPIO[23] GPIO[22] GPIO[21] GPIO[20] (12) (13) 47k R114 C505 10u GPIO[7] GPIO[8] VDDIO1 GPIO[9] GPIO[10] GPIO[11] GPIO[12] GPIO[13] GPIO[14] GPIO[15] GPIO[16] GPIO[17] VDDIO2 GPIO[18] GPIO[19] (10) VCCA EEP_WP EEP_SCL EEP_SDA GND VREF C503 *IC501 Q111 R501 10 DCM R113 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 VCCA VBAT_APU XIN XOUT DCINS PWM0 PWM1 SPOUTP VCCPA SPOUTN LOUT HSSPOUTP MPWR HSMIP HSMIN MIP (9) R112 100k D133 A C507 2.01u C173 REFERENCE 1XX : TEL LINE 3XX : POWER.3k 10k VCC8 1 A0 2 A1 WP7 3 A2 SCL 6 4 GND SDA 5 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 C611 *IC611 (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) K0. LCD 7XX : FOR DK/BT 8XX : RF B 27k R141 B R152 C152 680k 560p C171 R162 1000p 4.047u C112 10k 1SR154 0.01u R164 1k D142 25V R177 0.0V 1000p +3.047u C111 1u C351 K 1k Bell NC D361 3 CHARGE- A 4 3.7k C142 K0. KEY.9k R175 C176 1u R176 820 Q171 C178 (1) Tx C R160 C132 Rx +3.5V 3.0V 12p (4) R121 390k C121 680p C509 (3) R122 390k C122 680p Caller ID (5) (6) +5.01u R133 E 1 1 C B SA101 270V Q142 2.033u R171 (2) C164 1k 3.7k R165 27k 10u C167 R168 NC C161 Q141 E R172 33k R332 C331 NC R331 +5.68u RA151 C504 C521 CHG+ CHARGE+ 1u C520 0.5V ZA1 NC 10 9 8 6 12 GND PNLB2317ZA-GW 7 11 5 HAK_CL1 PCB RE1 1 2 3 4 GND NC: No Components KX-TGD210AG1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Base Unit_Main) 57 .1u 1u 1u C502 10u +3.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 E 10M R131 R142 2. CHARGE 4XX : MIC.2u +3.0V 0.1u VDDC +3.1u R371 1 1 R372 A D362 K 0. SP 5XX : BBIC 6XX : FLASH.3 330u 2 4 C321 L501 100n C501 0.5V VBAT IC302 100 140 OUT1 IN 3 OUT2 ADJ 1 1u R322 R321 C341 C342 HOOK BELL KEYS_E KEYS_D KEYS_C UTX URX VDDC 6.0V+3.

*LED1 . *R15 1.1u Not Used Not Used GND RX for TGD 5 4 GND (7) (8) _RF TALK1 6 (6) IC1 1 2 3 R20 4 F56k 5 6 7 C47 8 1u 9 10 C43 D10p 11 12 13 14 15 16 JTAG GND P0_2/SDA2/UTX2 P0_1/URX/PWM0 P0_0/UTX VDD2 *RSTn JTAG P2_5/PCM_FSC/SF P2_4/SCL1/PCM_DO/DP3 P2_3/SDA1/PCM_DI/DP2 P2_2/PCM_CLK/CLK100 WLED_CUR_0 WLED_CUR_1 P2_1/ECZ2/PWM1/LED4 P2_0/ECZ1/PWM0/LED3 LDORF_CTRL VDD3 RFP0n RF_SUPPLY2 RF_SUPPLY_PA RF_TXn RF_TXp RFP2 RF_RXn RF_RXp RFP1 RFP0 REF_RES AVS_XTAL XTAL2 XTAL1 AVD_XTAL RF_SUPPLY1 P3_4/PARADET P3_5/RINGOUT/RINGING P3_6/RINGn P3_7/RINGp P3_2/CIDINp VREFp R61 1k P0_3/SCL2/URX2 P0_4/SPI_EN P0_5/SPI_CLK P0_6/SPI_DO P0_7/SPI_DI/PWM1 P2_6/WTF_IN P1_1/INT1/LE P1_2/INT2/SK P1_3/INT3/SIO P1_4/INT4/TDOD P1_5/INT5/RDI/VDDE P2_7/BXTAL VDD1 QSPI_IO0 QSPI_SCK QSPI_IO3 +1. Handset (Main) Charge Current VBAT VBAT ! F1 2.1u To Charge Terminal R84.8V R60 NC (3) (4) (5) GND STM +1.3.5k 2 LCD GND *RA3 680 C94 C92 16V K1u 16V K1u C91 16V K1u 1 LCD *Q6 NC: No Components *LED3 Amber *LED4 . . *RA2 680 C96 K1u CS1 *RA1 NC CP3V GND GND GND *LED7 *LED8 *LED9 *C76 NC KEY B/L LED (TGC/TGD = Amber) (WP = NC) KEY_LED STB_F STB_E CP4V LCD B/L LED (TGC = Amber) (TGD = White) + *WLED - *C77 NC STB_D STB_C STB_B LCD_LED0 STB_A 0V GND (9) . 13.3 (3216) R7 820 CP3V Q3 C69 Q4 K0.1u RST72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 C45 82 K0.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 14.1u IC7 GND CKM RA5 3.3k 67 68 69 70 C44 71 K0. *LED5 *LED6 .5A BATT+ C6 K0.8V 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 GND CHG- X1 10.3k LCD_CS LCD_RESET C62 NC R52 10k 3 LCD C61 NC R51 10k *LED2 .3V 220u SOCp GND OJ4 EEP_WP LCD_CD LCD_SCL LCD_SID Q2 C19 K1000p CHG+ KEY_LED KIN_1 KIN_2 KIN_3 KIN_4 STB_F * When "SFR" command is executed.1u GND BATT- R45 0.85V KIN_1 STB_B STB_C STB_D STB_E LCD_SID 13 LCD 14 LCD 15 LCD VB1+ VLCD GND C95 16V K1u C93 16V K1u 11 LCD 12 LCD VB0- VB1- 9 LCD 8 LCD VSS 10 LCD 7 LCD VDD VB0+ 6 LCD SDA C65 NC R55 330 5 LCD SCK 58 VSS LCD_CD LCD_SCL A0 C64 NC R54 330 4 LCD RES C63 NC R53 3.824MHz frequency will be output.1 C15 J39p SOCn SHORT To Battery (1) (2) C1 6.1u R6 10k GND Q9 GND CHARGE_CTRL CHARGE_DET 1 A0 2 A1 VCC 8 WP 7 3 A2 4 VSS SCL 6 SDA 5 C57 K0. GND R2 30k R9 30k CHG+ C5 K0.1u 83 C46 84 10p 85 86 87 88 UTX URX LCD_CS EEP_WP GND LCD_RESET LCD_LED0 for TGC Not Used Not Used Not Used 0 AST FLASH Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used TX _RF for TGD SHARP LEFT SP TO RF BLOCK KIN_4 for TGC Not Used for TGD 3 2 RF_TXn RF_TXp SOFT_A1 1 UP SOFT_A2 RF_RXn RF_RXp KIN_3 for TGC 89 VBAT Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used C866 K0.368M INT TALK2 GND KIN_2 for TGC for TGD Not Used SOFT_C1 Not Used Not Used 1Vp-p 9 8 DOWN 7 RIGHT SOFT_C2 0.

6mm S=0.0mm MSL W=0.2mm L=20.95mm L=6.2u CIDINn/MICp CIDOUT/MICn MICh VREFm LSRp LSRn CP_VOUT1 CP_C2y CP_VBAT2 CP_C1y CP_C2x CP_C1x CP_VBAT1 P3_0/DP0/PAOUTn VDDPA P3_1/DP1/PAOUTp P1_7/CHARGE CHARGE_CTRL VBAT DC_CTRL DC_I DC_SENSE SOCn SOCp P1_0/INT0/ADC1 P3_3/ADC0 LDO_CTRL VDD/AVD 44 C30 GND K1u 43 VBAT 42 C191 41 C29 K1u 40 K1u VBAT 39 C59 K1u 38 37 36 35 CHARGE_DET 34 CHARGE_CTRL 33 32 31 C190 K0.15mm L=6.15mm L=6.9mm L=2.6nH + 0.2mm L1=3.75pF 3 4 C12 K2.3mm :3.3mm :3.0mm L=10.2u MIC+ GND MICp MIC AP1 MICn MIC- Handset TX/Sp-phone TX (9) ZA1 NC 10 9 8 7 11 6 12 5 1 2 3 4 Test Pattarn for Pattern HAK_CL1 Test Pattarn for Carbon CARBON_CL1 PNLB2319xx-LV *PCB RE1 GND NC: No Components KX-TGDA20AG1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Handset_Main) 59 .5p C863 1.4nH RCV- Handset RX 2 1 RECEIVER - RECEIVER- GND GND GND GND GND R23 1k FbB"C 9mm2 :1.6nH + 0.3mm L=39.1u C13 K0.3mm W=0.25mm L=2mm RF_RXn ANT1_TP GND GND *open-stub SLx2 W1=0.1u 30 SOCn 29 28 C36 J39p SOCp 27 26 STB_A 25 R110k 24 23 (MAX500mA) +1.3mm W2=0.8V C22 K1u Sp-phone RX C11 K0.0mm Not Used C52 K1u CP3V C53 K2.2mm L=5.8V 1.8V 17 18 19 20 21 22 1.6mm L=20.8V RX_RF MSL W=0.8p +1.3mm L=6.0mm RX-balun MSL W=0.125mm SHORT SHORT OJ5 RF BLOCK + C71 D22 68p NC MIC_POWER RA7 820 SL W=0.8mm SL W=0.170mm L=3.75pF GND GND GND GND GND GND LC Q1 RCV+ C70 D21 68p NC RECEIVER+ GND (8) open-stub SL W=2.4nH GND GND FbB"C 9mm2 :1.8mm LPF 5 CP4V (7) open-stub SL W=2.25mm L=2mm OJ1 50 ohm line Total L=4mm C56 K1u MSL W=0.1p IC4 1 *CS VCC 2 DO/IO1 *HOLD/IO3 3 *WP/IO2 CLK 4 GND DI/IO0 RF_RXp SHORT SL SL W=0.25mm L=5mm GND GND C860 1.25mm L=5mm TX_RF RF_TXp SHORT GND POWER for TGC VBAT OJ3 SHORT Not Used CP4V CP3V OFF1 50 49 48 47 46 45 OFF2 for TGD GND VDDIO_QSPI QSPI_CS QSPI_IO1 QSPI_IO2 P1_6/PON CP_VOUT2 C55 D10p open-stub SL W=0.1u 7 (3) (4) (5) (6) RF_TXn TX-balun SL W=0.0mm OJ2 10p 8 MSL W=0.7mm L2=5.1u C72 D13 NC NC + C73 D14 NC NC C98 D10p C99 D10p R76 1 C79 K2200p SP-PHONE_SPEAKER - R77 1 C78 K2200p SL W=0.5mm C859 C862 1.0mm C41 K0.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 (1) (2) ANT-Short 50 ohm line L=2mm ANT-Short-GND GND 6 OJ7 open-stub SL W=2.

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Memo 60 .

1. Component View LED_VDD MSG_LED ANS_LED KEYS_D KEYIN3 KEYS_E KEYIN1 KEYS_C KEYIN2 R163 C161 R652 R160 C164 C142 R152 R162 D142 D143 R165 R177 PCB Q161 R133 Q141 PNLB2317Z Q651 Q652 C651 C152 R651 C652 C650 R151 P101 R131 R145 R141 - C184 Q142 C132 R142 + R503 R504 C519 C520 C101 R510 D101 R502 C102 R506 SW1 C502 C518 ~ ~ L501 C501 R507 C517 C874 C873 C819 C863 C872 C871 C503 L803 C516 C895 C504 C521 D133 C121 C122 IC501 C820 RA151 R121 R122 C506 C505 C8 10 C181 R501 R332 C507 C509 C510 C508 X501 C341 C811 + C511 C331 R331 D361 D362 D472 HAK_CL1 C477 D473 C478 A KX-TGD210 MAIN BOARD (Base Unit (Component View)) 61 . Base Unit (Main) 15.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 15 Printed Circuit Board 15.1.1.

2.0V R112 R115 R114 VDDC BRN SA101 Q111 TEL TCK L1R C112 R111 VDDC RTCK TDI +3.5V URX UGND C171 C167 R164 C173 PCB R172 C175 R175 C176 IC611 TMS RA611 R176 TD0 ANT1_Short ANT1_S-GND R171 Q171 C178 PNLB2317Z R168 C611 +3. Bottom View for JIG } UGND URX UTX UTX +5.0V STM/CKM/P15 C111 R113 LT1 YLW C115 C113 IC601 GAP1 C601 ANT1 RSTN C515 D113 STM/CKM VREF C120 - GRY + PUR C513 DCM R322 R372 IC302 C342 DCP C321 R371 F301 ! DC VCCA C351 + R321 SP - A BLU ORG CHG + KX-TGD210 MAIN BOARD (Base Unit (Bottom View) 62 .1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 15.

Handset 15.2.8V C12 R23 RA7 STB_E – C41 C191 C99 C860 C46 R15 X1 Q6 RA2 KEY_LED RA3 CKM + C1 SP-PHONE_SPEAKER RA5 R76 R77 C866 STB_D POWER PNLB2319Z PbF KIN_3 STB_C STB_A STB_B MIC+ RCV- KIN_2 CHG_CTRL MIC.1.2.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 15. Component View ANT-Short-GND ANT-Short BL UE LCD_SID LCD_SCL LCD_CD LCD_RESET LCD_CS AN W _T O RA C77 C76 C95 NG ER E D21 R55 RE CE R54 R53 R52 R51 C70 IV C94 C93 RA C92 C91 O C65 NG E D P LE T1 C62 C64 C96 C61 C63 G RE EN D22 C71 CP3V C79 C73 C72 C78 BLUE D14 D13 C69 ORANGE C57 C52 C55 C56 STM C53 C29 R60 JTAG IC4 C30 C44 RST R61 C45 IC1 C59 C98 CP4V C190 C36 C863 C859 C862 R20 R1 C22 C13 C11 C47 C43 Q1 1.RCV+ Q9 Q4 R6 Q2 KIN_1 R2 C19 R9 R45 C15 R8 CHG+ CHG (+) Q3 UTX VBAT GND F1 C6 BATT+ URX BATT+ BATTKIN_4 URX UTX GND BATTERY BATT- CHG- A CHG (-) R7 C5 KX-TGDA20 HANDSET BOARD (Component View) 63 for JIG .

Bottom View LCD UP LEFT LED3 A RIGHT DOWN LED5 LED2 LED1 LED4 LED6 CARBON_CL1 MIC KX-TGDA20 HANDSET BOARD (Bottom View) 64 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 15.2.2.

KX-TGD210 1 2 4 3 6 5 PCB1 7 8 A Ref.1.1.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 16 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List 16.No.6 x 8mm 65 . Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Base Unit) 16.1. Figure A 2.

Refer to How to Replace the Handset LCD (P. 113) to the exact location described above.113) Stick it between Figure ribs. (*2) The rechargeable Ni-MH battery HHR-4MY is available through sales route of Panasonic. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Handset) CUSHION RUBBER *STICK IT WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK ON P. Spacer (No.2. B φ Put it in the center.43). B E104 E103 104 E102 E101 115 102 105 103 E105 101 116 MIC100 PCB100 106 107 114 112 109 110 113 (*3) 108 (*2) 105 Battery cover 111 Ref.No. (*3) Attach the SPACER (No. 66 117 . 2× 8 mm Note: (*1) This cable is fixed by welding.B.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 16.C.

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 16.3. Cabinet and Electrical Parts (Charger Unit) 200 200-1 200-5 200-3 200-2 200-4 67 .

KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 16.4.4. Accessories and Packing Materials 16. KX-TGD210AG1 A4 A3 A1 A2 P1 68 .1.

2.4. KX-TGD212AG1 A103 A101 A104 A102 P101 69 .KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 16.

1.ECUV:Ceramic ECQS:Styrol ECQE.49). No.16:1/8W 14. When replacing any of these components. PCB1 IC302 IC501 IC611 Q111 Q141 Q142 Q161 Q171 D101 D113 D133 D142 D362 L501 L803 Type ERC:Solid ERDS:Carbon ERJ:Chip ERX:Metal Film ERG:Metal Oxide ER0:Metal Film RA151 RA611 PQ4R:Chip ERS:Fusible Resistor ERF:Cement Resistor SA101 Wattage 10.C. RTL (Retention Time Limited) Note: The “RTL” marking indicates that its Retention Time is Limited.5.F1K. this item will continue to be available only for a specific period of time. DC JACK. MODULAR CASE.5.1.3V R111 R112 R113 R114 R121 R122 R131 R133 R141 R142 R145 R151 R152 R160 R162 R163 R164 R165 R168 R171 R172 R175 R176 R177 R321 R322 R331 R332 R371 R372 R501 R502 R503 R504 R506 Others 0J :6. make the adjustment using PNZZGD210AG1.EEE:Electlytic ECQP:Polypropylene ECQMS:Mica Voltage ECQ Type ECQG ECQV Type 1H:50V 05:50V 2A:100V 1:100V 2E:250V 2:200V 2H:500V ECSZ Type 0F:3. Board Parts Note: (*1) When replacing IC601. ECUE:Chip ECEA.ECQG:Polyester ECUV.7k ERJ3GEYJ273 27k ERJ3GEYJ472 4.1H:50V 1J :16V 2A :100V 16.5. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS Unless otherwise specified. Cabinet and Electrical Parts Safety Ref. All resistors are in ohms (Ω) k=1000Ω.25:1/4W 12:1/2W 1:1W 2:2W 3:3W *Type & Voltage Of Capacitor Type ECFD:Semi-Conductor ECCD.PQCUV. the item will no longer be available.C. Important safety notice Components identified by the mark indicates special characteristics important for safety. Main P. M=1000kΩ All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS (μF) p=μμF *Type & Wattage of Resistor Safety Ref. and the local laws governing parts and product retention. At the end of this period. The S mark means the part is one of some identical parts. 4. 3. it may be different from the installed part.3V 1A :10V 1C :16V 1E.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 16. Replacement Parts List 16. For that reason. only use specified manufacture's parts.ECKD.2k ERJ2GEJ104 100k ERJ2GEJ134X 130k ERJ3GEYJ821 820 ERJ3GEYJ273 27k D0GG390JA007 39 ERJ3GEYJ272 2.7k ERJ2GEJ222 2. LOCATOR CABINET COVER RUBBER PARTS. Part Name & Description Remarks PNWPGD210AGH MAIN P.1. When production is discontinued.1. 5. FOOT CUSHION ABS-HB PS-HB PS-HB 70 Part No. No.7k ERJ2GEJ221 220 ERJ2GEJ684 680k D0GA392JA015 3. PNKM1547W3 K2ECYZ000002 PQJJ1T039H PNKE1321Z3 PNJT1191Z PNBC1562Z1 PNKF1327Y2 PQHA10023Z Part Name & Description Remarks CABINET BODY JACK.5.ECBT. (*2) When replacing IC501.9k ERJ2GEJ102 1k ERJ2GEJ102 1k ERJ2RKF1400 140 ERJ2RKF1000 100 ERJ2RKF6802 68k ERJ2RKF3302 33k ERJ8GEYJ1R0 1 ERJ8GEYJ1R0 1 ERJ3GEYJ100 10 ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ103 10k S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S . ISO code (Example: ABS-94HB) of the remarks column shows quality of the material and a flame resisting grade about plastics.ECQV.BOARD ASS'Y (RTL) (ICs) C0DBEYY00102 IC C2HBCY000141 IC (*2) PNWIGD220LAH IC (EEPROM)(*1) (TRANSISTORS) 2SC6054JSL TRANSISTOR(SI) B1ACGP000008 TRANSISTOR(SI) B1ABDM000001 TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) DSC7003S0L 2SC6054JSL TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) B0EDER000009 DIODE(SI) DA2J10100L DIODE(SI) DA2J10100L DIODE(SI) DY2J25000L DIODE(SI) B0ECKM000008 DIODE(SI) (COILS) G1CR10J00010 COIL G1C2N7Z00009 COIL (RESISTOR ARRAYS) EXB24V102JX RESISTOR ARRAYS EXB28V332JX RESISTOR ARRAYS (VARISTOR) J0LE00000047 VARISTOR (RESISTORS) PQ4R10XJ104 100k PQ4R10XJ104 100k ERJ3GEYJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ473 47k ERJ3GEYJ394 390k ERJ3GEYJ394 390k PQ4R18XJ106 10M ERJ3GEYJ334 330k ERJ3GEYJ104 100k PQ4R18XJ272 2. Refer to How to download the data (P. refer to How to Replace the Flat Package IC (P.ECST.1. C611 or X501.52). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Part No.25:25V 1V :35V 50.49) of Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal (P. Base Unit 16. 2. This period of time depends on the type of item. CHARGE TERMINAL CHARGE TERMINAL BUTTON.15V 1A:10V 1V:35V 0J:6.2.

1 ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ332 3. No.2.5. Refer to How to download the data (P.2. PNGP1328Z2 PNYE1128Z PNKM1549Y3 L0AD01A00029 PNYE1129Z S S Safety S Ref.3p 2p 15p 2p (OTHERS) FUSE S S S S S Part No.2.1 0.01 10 0.BOARD ASS'Y (RTL) (*1) (ICs) C1CB00003837 IC (*4) C3FBLY000162 IC PNWIGDA20LAR IC (EEPROM)(*2) (TRANSISTORS) B1ADGE000012 TRANSISTOR(SI) B1ADCF000040 TRANSISTOR(SI) B1ABGE000011 TRANSISTOR(SI) B1ADCF000040 TRANSISTOR(SI) 2SC6054JSL TRANSISTOR(SI) UNR9216J0L TRANSISTOR(SI) (LEDS) B3ACB0000216 LED B3ACB0000216 LED B3ACB0000216 LED B3ACB0000216 LED B3ACB0000216 LED B3ACB0000216 LED (RESISTOR ARRAYS) EXB28V681JX RESISTOR ARRAYS EXB24V681JX RESISTOR ARRAYS EXB28V332JX RESISTOR ARRAYS EXB24V821JX RESISTOR ARRAYS (RESISTORS) ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ303 30k ERJ2GEJ103 10k ERJ2GEJ821 820 ERJ8GEYJ4R3V 4.047 0. LCD TAPE.C.1.5p 1. Handset Safety Ref. SPEAKER NET BATTERY TERMINAL CABINET COVER SPACER. No. 101 102 103 104 105 Part No.5p 10p 10p 1.5p 1. ERJ2GEJ103 C101 C102 C111 C112 C113 C120 C121 C122 C132 C142 C152 C161 C167 C171 C173 C175 C176 C178 C184 C321 C341 C342 C351 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C510 C511 C513 C515 C516 C517 C518 C519 C520 C521 C611 C810 C811 C819 C820 C863 C871 C872 C873 C874 C895 F1K2H681A008 F1K2H681A008 F1J2A473A024 F1J2A473A024 PQCUV1A684KB ECUE1H102KBQ F1K2H681A008 F1K2H681A008 ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUE1C103KBQ F1K1E1060001 ECUV1H102KBV ECUV1C223KBV ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1H561KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUV1C333KBV ECUV1C105KBV ECUV1C105KBV F2G0J331A146 ECUE1A104KBQ ECUV1C105KBV ECUE1A104KBQ ECJ1VB0G106M ECJ1VB0G106M ECUE0J105KBQ ECJ1VB0G106M ECUE0J105KBQ ECUV0J225KBV ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE1H120JCQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECJ1VB0G106M ECUV0J225KBV ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ F1G1H1R5A765 ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE1H100DCQ F1G1H1R5A765 F1G1H1R5A765 F1G1H1R5A765 F1G1H1R3A765 F1G1H2R0A765 ECUE1H150JCQ F1G1H2R0A765 F301 K5H302Y00003 P101 SW1 X501 D4DAY220A022 THERMISTOR K0H1BA000259 SPECIAL SWITCH H0J138500011 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (*1) Safety Part Name & Description Remarks 10k (CAPACITORS) 680p 680p 0.C. Main P. No.49).047 0. R510 Part No.5k D0GA563ZA006 56k ERJ2GEJ102 1k D0GBR10JA113 0. Board Parts 16.3k ERJ2GEJ331 330 ERJ2GEJ331 330 ERJ2GEJ102 1k ERJ2GEJ1R0 1 ERJ2GEJ1R0 1 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S .1 1. 16.5.5p 1.52). Cabinet and Electrical Parts Ref.43).2 1 0.1 1 0. PCB100 IC1 IC4 IC7 S Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q6 Q9 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 RA2 RA3 RA5 RA7 R1 R2 R6 R7 R8 R9 R15 R20 R23 R45 R51 R52 R53 R54 R55 R61 R76 R77 Part Name & Description Remarks PANEL. SPEAKER SPEAKER SPACER. (*3) When replacing the handset LCD.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Safety Ref.1 0.1 10 10 1 10 1 2. 16.2. (*4) When replacing IC1. BATTERY LID.5.49) of Things to Do after Replacing IC or X'tal (P. Part Name & Description Remarks PNWPDA20AG1R MAIN P.2 10p 12p 1 10 2.033 1 1 330 0.3 ERJ2GEJ303 30k D0GA152JA021 1.01 0.001 680p 680p 0.1 0. refer to How to Replace the Flat Package IC (P. BATTERY ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB Note: (*1) Reconfirm the model No.68 0. See How to Replace the Handset LCD (P. of the optional handset may differ from the included handset. DOUBLE SIDED CABINET BODY RECEIVER SPACER. No.1 1 0.1 0. Because the model No. CUSHION LCD PNBC1560Y2 PNJK1228W PNMH1308Z L0AD02A00026 PNHS1502Z PQJC10056W PNKF1328Y2 PNHS1079Z PNKK1038X1 Part Name & Description Remarks BUTTON. written on the handset's name plate when replacing PCB100.01 0.1 560p 1 0. 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 PMMA-HB ABS-HB 71 Part No.022 0. make the adjustment using PNZZGD210AG1.001 0. (*2) When replacing IC7 or X1. VOLUME KEY KEYBOARD SWITCH GUIDE.

Part No.2 0.001 1 1 1 39p 0.2. No.44).4. 200 Part Name & Description Remarks B3AFB0000370 LED S RAD KXTGD210AG1 KXTGD212AG1 KXTGDA20AG1 72 .1 1 10p CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR CERAMIC CAPACITOR 0. No. A1 Part No.0022 1 1 1 1 1 1 10p 10p 0. No.3.1. Part Name & Description Remarks PNLV226AG0Z AC ADAPTOR A102 A103 A104 P101 PQJA10075Z PNKE1054Z1 PNKL1001Y1 PNPK3841001Z CORD. Screws Safety Ref.5. FOOT CUSHION AC ADAPTOR 16.5. A B Part No.3. Part Name & Description Remarks PQZZ1CD300E JIG CABLE (*1) PNZZGD210AG1 BATCH FILE CD-ROM (*1) PQZZ430PIR TIP OF SOLDERING IRON (*2) PQZZ430PRB RUBBER OF SOLDERING IRON (*2) 16. Part Name & Description Remarks PNLV226AG0Z AC ADAPTOR A2 A3 A4 P1 PQJA10075Z PNKE1054Z1 PNKL1001Y1 PNPK3840001Z CORD. LCD PNVE1002Z BATTERY TERMINAL PNJT1195Z CHARGE TERMINAL (L) PNJT1196Z CHARGE TERMINAL (R) Part No. LED Board Parts Safety Ref. 16.4. Charger Unit Part Name & Description Remarks (CAPACITORS) 220 0. 16.1 39p 0. C1 C5 C6 C11 C12 C13 C15 C19 C22 C29 C30 C36 C41 C43 C44 C45 C46 C47 C52 C53 C55 C56 C57 C59 C69 C70 C71 C78 C79 C91 C92 C93 C94 C95 C96 C98 C99 C190 C191 C859 C860 C862 C863 C866 F1 X1 MIC100 E101 E102 E103 E104 E105 E106 E107 E108 Part No. No.0022 0.1 10p 0.KX-TGD210AG1/KX-TGD212AG1/KX-TGDA20AG1 Safety Ref.6. XTB26+8GFJ XTB2+8GFJ Part Name & Description Remarks TAPPING SCREW TAPPING SCREW 16.2. TELEPHONE HANGER.5. Fixtures and Tools H0J103500038 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (*2) L0CBAY000053 BUILT IN-MICROPHONE S L5DYBYY00067 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (*3) PNHR1953Z TRANSPARENT PLATE PMMA-HB PNHR1951Z GUIDE.1 2.2 10p 1 0. WLED PNLC1056S1 200-1 200-2 200-3 200-4 PNKM1550Y3 PNJT1147Z PNKF1279Z1 PQHA10023Z 200-5 PNLV233AGAZ Part Name & Description Remarks CHARGER UNIT ASS'Y without NAME PLATE (RTL)(for KX-TGD212AG1) CABINET BODY PS-HB CHARGE TERMINAL CABINET COVER PS-HB RUBBER PARTS.5. No.5. No. RECEIVER PNHX1263Z COVER. See How to Replace the Handset LCD (P. No.1 10p 1 1 2. TELEPHONE HANGER. BELT CLIP WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR GIFT BOX ABS-HB ABS-HB 16. Accessories and Packing Materials Note: (*1) See Equipment Required (P. KX-TGD210AG1 Safety Ref.1 68p 68p 0.1 0.5. LCD ABS-HB PQHG10729Z RUBBER PARTS.5.1 (OTHERS) K5H252Y00002 FUSE 16.1 0.3. Cabinet EEE0JA221WP ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUE1A104KBQ ECUV0J225KBV ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1H390JCQ ECUE1H102KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUV1A105KBV ECUE1H390JCQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUV1A225KBV ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE1H680JCQ ECUE1H680JCQ ECUE1H222KBQ ECUE1H222KBQ ECUV1C105KBV ECUV1C105KBV ECUV1C105KBV ECUV1C105KBV ECUV1C105KBV ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE1H100DCQ ECUE1A104KBQ ECUE0J105KBQ ECUE1H100DCQ F1G1H1R1A765 F1G1H1R5A765 F1G1H1R8A765 ECUE1A104KBQ Safety Ref.43) Safety Ref. BELT CLIP WALL MOUNT ADAPTOR GIFT BOX ABS-HB ABS-HB 16. and The Setting Method of JIG (P.5.44) (*2) When replacing the Handset LCD.1 0.1. Part No.5. A101 Part No. KX-TGD212AG1 Safety Ref.4.1 1 0.