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6" LCD Color Monitor

Chassis: Meridian 1
160E1SB/93
160E1SB/97
160E1SB/00
160E1SB/05
160E1SB/62

Service
Service
Service

Description

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Table of Contents.........................................1
Page
Revision List.................................................2
Important Safety Notice.................................3
1. Monitor Specifications.............................................4
2. LCD Monitor Description.........................................5
3. Operation instructions.............................................6
3.1General Instructions....6
3.2 Control buttons...6
3.3 OSD Menu....................................8
4. Input/Output Specification..........................10
4.1 Input Signal Connector.............................10
4.2 Factory Preset Display Modes................................10
4.3 Pixel Defect Policy11
4.4 Failure Mode of Panel .14
5. Block Diagram................15
5.1 Software Flow Chart.................................15
5.2 Electrical Block Diagram..............................17
6. Schematic Diagram...............................................19

Description

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6.1 Main Board19


6.2 Power Board..23
6.3 Key Board...25
7. PCB Layout...26
7.1 Main Board..26
7.2 Power Board...28
7.3 Key Board...30
8. Wiring Diagram...31
9. Scalar Board Overview....32
10. Mechanical Instructions....33
11. Repair Flow Chart..36
12. ISP Instructions........................................................42
13. DDC Instructions......................................................45
14. White Balance, Luminance Adjustment............51
15. Monitor Exploded View.............................................53
16. Recommended & Spare Parts List......................54
17. Different Parts List56
18. General Product Specification..57

SAFETY NOTICE
ANY PERSON ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS CHASSIS MUST FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH THE
CHASSIS AND BE AWARE OF THE NECESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE USED WHEN
SERVICING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HIGH VOLTAGES.
CAUTION: USE A SEPARATE ISOLATION TRANSFOMER FOR THIS UNIT WHEN SERVICING

REFER TO BACK COVER FOR IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES


Copyright 2008 Philips Consumer Lifestyle

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Subject to modification

Jan. 12, 2009

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Revision List
Version

Release Date

A00

Jan.12.2009

Revision History
Initial release, Draft Version

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Important Safety Notice


Proper service and repair is important to the safe, reliable operation of all Philips Company Equipment. The service
procedures recommended by Philips and described in this service manual are effective methods of performing
service operations. Some of these service operations require the use of tools specially designed for the purpose.
The special tools should be used when and as recommended.
It is important to note that this manual contains various CAUTIONS and NOTICES which should be carefully read
in order to minimize the risk of personal injury to service personnel. The possibility exists that improper service
methods may damage the equipment. It is also important to understand that these CAUTIONS and NOTICES ARE
NOT EXHAUSTIVE. Philips could not possibly know, evaluate and advise the service trade of all conceivable ways
in which service might be done or of the possible hazardous consequences of each way. Consequently, Philips has
not undertaken any such broad evaluation. Accordingly, a customer who uses a service procedure or tool which is
not recommended by Philips must first satisfy himself thoroughly that neither his safety nor the safe operation of
the equipment will be jeopardized by the service method selected.
Hereafter throughout this manual, Philips Company will be referred to as Philips.

WARNING
Use of substitute replacement parts, which do not have the same, specified safety characteristics, may create
shock, fire, or other hazards.
Under no circumstances should the original design be modified or altered without written permission from Philips.
Philips assumes no liability, express or implied, arising out of any unauthorized modification of design.
Customer assumes all liability.
FOR PRODUCTS CONTAINING LASER:
DANGER- There is invisible laser radiation when open. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
CAUTION-Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION -The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.
TO ENSURE THE CONTINUED RELIABILITY OF THIS PRODUCT, USE ONLY ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S
REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHICH ARE LISTED WITH THEIR PART NUMBERS IN THE PARTS LIST SECTION
OF THIS SERVICE MANUAL.
Take care during handling the LCD module with backlight unit
-Must mount the module using mounting holes arranged in four corners.
-Do not press on the panel, edge of the frame strongly or electric shock as this will result in damage to the screen.
-Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects, such as pencil or pen as this may result in damage to
the panel.
-Protect the module from the ESD as it may damage the electronic circuit (C-MOS).
-Make certain that treatment persons body is grounded through wristband.
-Do not leave the module in high temperature and in areas of high humidity for a long time.
-Avoid contact with water as it may a short circuit within the module.
-If the surface of panel becomes dirty, please wipe it off with a soft material. (Cleaning with a dirty or rough cloth
may damage the panel.)

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1. Monitor Specifications
1.1 Technical specifications
LCD Panel
Type

TFT LCD

Screen size

15.6 Visual

Pixel pitch

0.252 x 0.252mm

LCD Panel type

1366 x 768 pixels


R.G.B vertical stripe
Anti-glare polarizer, hard coated

Effective viewing area

3 4.2 x 193.5 mm

Display Colors

16.7M

Scanning
Vertical refresh rate

56 Hz 76 Hz

Horizontal Frequency

30 kHz - 60 kHz

Video
Video dot rate

140 MHz

Input impedance
- Video

75 OHM

- Sync

2.2K OHM

Input signal levels

0.7Vpp

Sync input signal

Separate Sync
Composite Sync
Sync On Green

Sync polarities

* This data is subject to change without notice.

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1.2 Physical specifications


Tilt

- 5~ 20

Power supply

100~ 240 VAC, 50/60Hz

Power consumption

<35W *(typ.)

Temperature

0 to 40 (operating)
-20 to 60 (storage)

Relative humidity

20% to 80%

System MTBF

50K hours (CCFL 50K hours)

Cabinet color

160E1SB: black

2. LCD Monitor Description


The LCD monitor will contain a main board, a power board and a key board which house the flat panel control logic,
brightness control logic and DDC.
The power board will provide AC to DC Inverter voltage to drive the backlight of panel and the main board chips
each voltage.

Monitor Block Diagram

CCFL Drive.

Flat Panel and


CCFL backlight

Power board
(Include: Adapter, Inverter)

Main Board

RS232 Connector
For white balance
adjustment in factory
mode

Key Board

AC-IN
100V-240V

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HOST Computer

Video signal, DDC

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3. Operating Instructions
3.1 General Instructions
Press the power button to turn the monitor on or off. The other control knobs are located at front panel of the
monitor (see figure). By changing these setting, the picture can be adjusted to your personal preference.
The power cord should be connected.
Press the power button to turn on the monitor. The power indicator will light up.

3.2 Control Buttons


Front View

1
2
3
4
5

To switch monitors power on and off


MENU/OK

/
/
AUTO/

To access OSD menu/Confirm


To adjust brightness of the display
Auto picture control switching in wide and 4:3 formal
Auto adjust the horizontal position, vertical position, phase and clock settings
Return to previous OSD level

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Rear View

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Kensington anti-thief lock

AC power input

VGA input

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3.3 OSD Menu


Description of the On Screen Display
This is a feature in all Philips LCD monitors. It allows an end user to adjust screen performance of the monitors
directly through an on-screen instruction window. The user interface provides user-friendliness and ease-of-use
when operating the monitor.
Basic and simple instruction on the control keys
When you press the MENU/OK button on the front control of your monitor, the On-Screen-Display (OSD) main
controls window will pop up and you can then start making adjustments to your monitors various features. Use the
keys to make your adjustments.

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The OSD tree


Below is an overall view of the structure of the On-Screen Display. You can use this as a reference when you want
to work your way around the different adjustments later on.

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4. Input/ Output Specification


4.1 Input Signal Connector
Analog connectors
Pin No.

Description

Pin No.

Description

Red video input

DDC +5V

Green video input (SOG)

10

Logic ground

Blue video input

11

Ground

Sense (GND)

12

Serial data line (SDA)

Cable detect (GND)

13

H.Sync/ H +V.Sync

Red video ground

14

V.Sync

Green video ground

15

Data clock line (SCL)

Blue video ground

4.2 Factory Preset Modes


H. freq (KHz)

Resolution

V. freq (Hz)

31.47

720*400

70.09

31.47

640*480

59.94

37.50

640*480

75.00

37.88

800*600

60.32

46.88

800*600

75.00

48.36

1024*768

60.00

60.02

1024*768

75.03

47.74

1366*768

59.79

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4.3 Pixel Defect Policy


Philips strives to deliver the highest quality products. We use some of the industrys most advanced manufacturing
process and practice stringent quality control. However, pixel or sub pixel defects on the TFT LCD panels used in
flat panel monitors are sometimes unavoidable. No manufacturer can guarantee that panels will be free from pixel
defects, but Philips guarantees that any monitor with an unacceptable number of defects will be repaired or
replaced under warranty. This notice explains the different types of pixel defects and defines acceptable defect
levels for each type. In order to qualify for repair or replacement under warranty, the number of pixel defects on a
TFT LCD panel must exceed these acceptable levels. For example, no more than 0.0004% of the sub pixels on a
19 XGA monitor may be defective. Furthermore, Philips sets even higher quality standard for certain types or
combinations of pixel defects that are more noticeable than others. This policy is valid worldwide.
subpixel

subpixel

subpixel

R G B

pixel

Pixels and Sub pixels


A pixel, or picture element, is composed of three sub pixels in the primary colors of red, green and blue. Many
pixels together form an image. When all sub pixels of pixel are lit, the three colored sub pixels together appear as a
single white pixel. When all are dark, the three colored sub pixels together appear as a signal black pixel. Other
combinations of lit and dark sub appear as single pixels of other colors.
Types of Pixel Defects
Pixel and sub pixel defects appear on the screen in different ways. There are two categories of pixel defects and
several types of sub pixel defects within each category.
Bright Dot Defects Bright dot defects appear as pixels or sub pixels that are always lit or on. That is, a Bright dot is
a sub-pixel that stands out on the screen when the monitor displays a dark pattern. There are three types of bright
dot defects:

G
R

W
Y

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Two adjacent lit sub pixels:

One lit red, green or blue sub pixel

- Red + Blue = Purple

Three adjacent lit sub pixels

- Red + Green = Yellow

(one white pixel)

- Green + Blue = Cyan (Light Blue)


A red or blue bright dot must be more than 50 percent brighter than neighboring dots while a green
bright dot is 30 percent brighter than neighboring dots.
Black Dot Defects Black dot defects appear as pixels or sub pixels that are always dark or off. That is, a dark dot
is a sub-pixel that stands out on the screen when the monitor displays a light pattern. There are two types of black
dot defects:

One dark sub pixel

Two or three adjacent dark sub pixels

Proximity of Pixel Defects


Because pixel and sub pixels defects of the same type that are near to one another may be more noticeable,
Philips also specifies tolerances for the proximity of pixel defects.
Pixel Defect Tolerances
In order to qualify for repair or replacement due to pixel defects during the warranty period, a TFT LCD panel in a
Philips flat panel monitor must have pixel or sub pixel defects exceeding the tolerances listed in the following
tables.

BRIGHT DOT DEFECTS

ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

MODEL

160E1

1 lit subpixel

2 adjacent lit subpixels

3 adjacent lit subpixels (one white pixel)

Distance between two bright dot defects *

>15mm

Total bright dot defects of all types

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BLACK DOT DEFECTS

ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

MODEL

160E1

1 dark subpixel

2 adjacent dark subpixels

3 adjacent dark subpixels

Distance between two black dot defects *

>15mm

Total black dot defects of all types

TOTAL DOT DEFECTS

ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

MODEL

160E1

Total bright or black dot defects of all types

Note:
* 1 or 2 adjacent sub pixel defects = 1 dot defect

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4.4 Failure Mode Of Panel


Quick reference for failure mode of LCD panel

 presents problems that could be made by LCD panel.


this page
It is not necessary to repair circuit board. Simply follow the mechanical
instruction on this manual to eliminate failure by replace LCD panel.

Failure description

Polarizer has bubbles

Phenomenon

Vertical block defect

Polarizer has bubbles

Vertical dim lines

Foreign material inside


polarizer. It shows liner or
dot shape.
Vertical lines defect
(Always bright or dark)

Concentric circle formed


Horizontal block defect

Bottom back light of LCD is


brighter than normal
Horizontal dim lines

Back light un-uniformity

Horizontal lines defect


(Always bright or dark)

Has bright or dark pixel

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Backlight has foreign material.


Black or white color, liner or
circular type

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5. Block Diagram
5.1 Software Flow Chat
1

N
4

5
Y
6

Y
9

10

11

Y
N

12
Y
14

13
Y

15
Y
17

18

19
Y

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15

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1) MCU initializes.
2) Is the EPROM blank?
3) Program the EPROM by default values.
4) Get the PWM value of brightness from EPROM.
5) Is the power key pressed?
6) Clear all global flags.
7) Are the AUTO and SELECT keys pressed?
8) Enter factory mode.
9) Save the power key status into EPROM.
Turn on the LED and set it to green color.
Scalar initializes
10) In standby mode?
11) Update the lifetime of back light.
12) Check the analog port, are there any signals coming?
13) Does the scalar send out an interrupt request?
14) Wake up the scalar.
15) Are there any signals coming from analog port?
16) Display "No connection Check Signal Cable" message. And go into standby mode after the message
disappears.
17) Program the scalar to be able to show the coming mode.
18) Process the OSD display.
19) Read the keyboard. Is the power key pressed?

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5.2 Electrical Block Diagram
5.2.1 Main Board
Flash Memory

Panel Interface

PM25LV010A

(CN405)

(U402)

Scalar IC NT68167FG

Crystal 12MHz

(Include MCU, ADC, OSD)

(X401)

(U401)
H sync
V sync
RGB
D-Sub Connector

Keypad Interface

(CN101)
H_Sync
V_Sync
DSUB_SCL
DSUB_SDA

(CN401)
VGA_R+
VGA_G+
VGA_B+

ESD AZC099-04S

ESD AZC099-04S

(U103)

(U102)

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EEPROM
M24C16
(U407)

17

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5.2.2 Power/Inverter Board


AC input
EMI filter

Bridge
Rectifier
and Filter

Transformer

Rectifier
Diodes

Start Circuit: R904R932

CN902
Feedback Circuit

5V

PWM Control IC
12V

ON/OFF
Output Circuit

Lamp

Transformer

MOSFET

Over Voltage

Feedback Circuit

PWM Control IC

ON/OFF
Control
DIM

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6. Schematic
6.1 Main Board
715G3213-F
1

INPUT
R101 100R 1/16W 5%

R102 100R 1/16W 5%

V_Sync

R103 100R 1/16W 5%


R105
2K2 1/16W 5%

R106
2K2 1/16W 5%

16
13
DSUB_SDA

12
11

17

VGA_B+

VGA_PLUG
DSUB_5V

30 OHM

R104

VGA_BVGA_B+
VGA_GVGA_G+
VGA_RVGA_R+

ZD103
UDZSNP5.6B

BIN+ 2
R107
75R 1/16W 5%

VGA_B-

ZD104
UDZSNP5.6B

100R 1/16W 5%

R108

R109

DB15

VGA_G+

30 OHM

R111

75R 1/16W 5%

R132
1K 1/16W 5%

I/O1 I/O4
GND VDD
I/O2 I/O3

6
5
4

C107

R114

0.047uF

C109

R115

0.047uF

C110

RIN+ 2

VGA_R-

DSUB_SDA

100R 1/16W 5%

R117

0.047uF

C113
RIN-

100R 1/16W 5%

C115
0.1uF/16V

0.047uF

CN101
C101
C102
C103
C105
C106
C107
C109
C110
C113
C114
C115
FB101
FB102
FB103
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
R109
R110
R111
R112
R113
R114
R115
R116
R117
R118
R132
U102
U103
ZD103
ZD104

A2
A5
A2
A3
B5
B5
B5
C5
C5
C5
D2
C2
C4
A4
B4
A2
A3
A3
A4
A2
A2
B4
B4
B4
B1
B4
B4
B1
C4
C4
C4
C4
B3
C2
D2
C2
B2
B3

ESD_5V

U102

VGA_B+

30 OHM

75R 1/16W 5%

DSUB_SCL

AZC099-04S

I/O1 I/O4
GND VDD
I/O2 I/O3

R116

ESD_5V

U103

100R 1/16W 5%

100R 1/16W 5%
FB101

0.047uF

GIN- 2

ESD_5V

VGA_R+

1
2
3

C106

GIN+ 2

VGA_G-

V_Sync

0.047uF

2
R112

1
2
3

C105

SOGI 2

FB103

H_Sync

0.047uF

BIN100R 1/16W 5%

390 OHM 1/16W

5VCC

C101

VGA_DET 2

15

R118 10K 1/16W 5%

DSUB_SCL

14
R113
100R 1/16W 5%
2 DDC_SDA

DSUB_5V

10
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1

2 DDC_SCL

VSIN 2

C103
22pF

FB102

CN101
R110
100R 1/16W 5%

C102
220pF

HSIN 2

H_Sync
A

6
5
4

VGA_G+
VGA_R+
C114
0.1uF/16V

AZC099-04S
D

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1

ADC_1.8

DVDD

2
C430

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

C444
1uF 10V
C0402

100UF25V

C410
0.1uF/16V
C443
1uF 10V
C0402

C407
0.1uF/16V

1
1

R408
10K 1/16W 5%

BIN+
BINSOGI
GIN+
GINRIN+
RIN-

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

BIN1+
BIN1SOG1I
GIN1+
GIN1RIN1+
RIN1-

HSIN
VSIN

14
15

HSYNCI1
VSYNCI1

17
16

PB5*/DDC_SDA*/TX
PB4*/DDC_SCL*/RX

62
61
60
59

SPI_CE
SPI_SI
SPI_SO
SPI_CLK

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

VCC3.3

C408
0.22uF16V

R405
R452
R449

100R 1/16W 5%
100R 1/16W 5%
100R 1/16W 5%

WP
SPI_SO
SPI_CE

R450
R451

100R 1/16W 5%
100R 1/16W 5%

SPI_CK
SPI_SI

CVDD_1.8

T0M
T0P
T1M
T1P
T2M
T2P
TCLK1M
TCLK1P
T3M
T3P
T4M
T4P
T5M
T5P
T6M
T6P
T7M
T7P

49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32

T0M
T0P
T1M
T1P
T2M
T2P
TCLK1M
TCLK1P
T3M
T3P
T4M
T4P
T5M
T5P
T6M
T6P
T7M
T7P

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

PWMB*
PWMA*

52
29

BL_ADJ

PA7*/PWM9*
PA6*/PWM8*
PA5*/PWM7*
PA4*/PWM6*
PA3/PWM5
PA2/PWM4
PA1/PWM3
PA0/PWM2

53
54
28
27
57
58
21
20

PB3/ADC3
PB2/ADC2
PB1/ADC1
PB0/ADC0

55
56
23
22

5VCC

PM25LV010A
1
1

DDC_SDA
DDC_SCL

NT68167FG

R423
4K7 1/16W 5%

8
7
6
5

CE#
VDD
SO HOLD#
WP# SCK
GND
SI

R422
4K7 1/16W 5%

U402
1
2
3
4

NT68167

+5V
SPI_CE
SPI_SI
SPI_SO
SPI_CK

R406
4K7 1/16W 5%

R416
R418

1
2
3
4
5
6

CONN

R427

POWER_KEY#
MSCL
MSDA

C401

R419
R465
R464

C411 47pF

0.1uF/16V

1K 1/16W 5%
100R 1/16W 5%
100R 1/16W 5%

X401

P35
P34
P31/TXD
P30/RXD

18

RSTB

63

OSCI

64

OSCO

R462
1M 1/16W 5%

12MHz
C412 47pF

R463
0R05 1/16W

KEY1
KEY2
POWER_KEY#
LED_GRN/BLUE
LED_ORANGE

100R 1/16W 5%
100R 1/16W 5%

C413

C414

C415

C416

C417

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

0.1uF/16V

EE_WP
R414
R410

Volume#
Mute#

4
4

Panel_ID#
4
WP
LED_GRN/BLUE
120R 1/16W 5%
LED_ORANGE
120R 1/16W 5%
PANEL_EN

5V_DET
KEY1
KEY2

BL_ON 4

AGND
MGND
DGND
DGND

R428

R417
1K 1/16W 5%

51
19
31
30

3
13
24
50

3.9K OHM +-1% 1/16W

CN401

DVDD

3.9K OHM +-1% 1/16W

VCC3.3

C409 100pF

VGA_DET

5V_DET

R409
4K7 1/16W 5%

CN402

POWER_KEY#
R429
R430
R431
R432
LED_ORANGE
LED_GRN/BLUE

NC
NC
NC
NC

KEY_LEFT
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_AUTO

Near to Connect
CN401 and CN402 layout together

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

NC/CONN

VCC3.3

R467
4K7 1/16W 5%

U407
1
2
3
4

A0
A1
A2
GND
M24C16

VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

8
7
6
5

SCALAR

CVDD_2.3
ADC_1.8

11
12

CVDD_2.3

C445

ADC_2.3

U401

C431

26

25

C406
0.1uF/16V

CVDD_1.8

C442
1uF 10V
C0402

CVDD_1.8
A

DVDD

FB405
300OHM

C433
0.1uF/16V

120 OHM

CVDD_2.3

C439
1uF 10V
C0402

FB404
VCC3.3

ADC_2.3

ADC_1.8

FB407
300OHM

ADC_2.3

VCC3.3

DVDD_BIAS
DVDD

20

CN401
CN402
C401
C406
C407
C408
C409
C410
C411
C412
C413
C414
C415
C416
C417
C430
C431
C433
C439
C442
C443
C444
C445
C446
FB404
FB405
FB407
R405
R406
R408
R409
R410
R414
R416
R417
R418
R419
R422
R423
R427
R428
R429
R430
R431
R432
R449
R450
R451
R452
R462
R463
R464
R465
R466
R467
U401
U402
U407
X401

B1
C3
B2
A2
A2
A1
B1
A1
B2
B2
C1
C1
C1
C2
C2
A2
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
D1
A2
A1
A1
A1
B1
A1
B1
B4
B4
B1
B2
B1
B2
A2
A2
B1
B1
C3
C3
C3
C3
A1
B1
B1
A1
B2
B2
B2
B2
C1
C1
A3
A1
C1
B2

R466
4K7 1/16W 5%
EE_WP
MSCL
MSDA

C446
0.22uF16V

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Meridian 1
1

OUTPUT
CN405
A

PANEL_VCC
2
2
2
2
2
2

23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1

T0M
T0P
T1M
T1P
T2M
T2P

2 TCLK1M
2 TCLK1P
2
2

T3M
T3P

24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2

CN403

PANEL_VCC

R434
C420
0.1uF/16V

220 OHM +-5% 1/4W

2
T7P
2
T7M
2 TCLK1P
2 TCLK1M
2
T6P
2
T6M

CONN
B

2
2

2
T4P
2
T4M
2
T3P
2
T3M
2 TCLK1P
2 TCLK1M

+5V

R433
10K 1/16W 5%

1uF 10V
Q405
AO3401

10K 1/16W 5%
R435 10K 1/16W 5%
2 PANEL_EN

2
2
2
2
2
2

C419
R436

Q404

T2P
T2M
T1P
T1M
T0P
T0M

CN403
CN405
C419
C420
C421
C441
FB402
Q404
Q405
R415
R433
R434
R435
R436

PANEL_VCC

A5
A2
C2
A3
C3
C1
C3
C2
C3
C1
C2
A3
C1
C2

FB402

NC

120 OHM

2N3904S-RTK/PS
R415
10K 1/16W 5%

T5P
T5M

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

C421
+

C441
0.1uF/16V

100UF25V

3D
1
G

2
S

AO3401L
D

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Meridian 1
1

POWER

DSUB_5V
A

U406
VIN

1
BKLT-VBRI
BKLT-EN
C_PANEL_INDEX
Volume
Mute

5VCC
Volume# 2
VCC3.3

R448
NC/100R 1/16W 5%

CONN
+

C426
100UF25V

C428
0.1uF/16V

+5V

R457
NC

VCC3.3

+5V

R441
10K 1/16W 5%

BKLT-VBRI

3
2
1

U404
AP1117D33LA

C422
0.1uF/16V

R444
NC/10K 1/16W 5%

Mute

BL_ADJ 2

VIN
VOUT
ADJ(GND)

VCC3.3

R426
NC

R442
100R 1/16W 5%

+ C427
100UF25V

CN404
C422
C425
C426
C427
C428
D401
D403
Q406
R424
R425
R426
R437
R438
R440
R441
R442
R443
R444
R448
R457
U404
U406

A1
B4
D1
B3
B4
B3
A2
A2
D1
C2
C3
B2
C1
C3
D1
B2
C1
C2
B3
B2
B1
B4
A4

Mute# 2
R424
NC/100R 1/16W 5%

+5V
C

VOUT

VSS

3
5VCC

BAT54C
D401

D403
SM240A

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

+5V

CN404

NC/AP1117E33LA

VCC3.3
C

+5V

R437
10K 1/16W 5%

R425
NC

BKLT-EN

C_PANEL_INDEX

Q406
2N3904S-RTK/PS
C425
10K 1/16W 5%

R438
NC

Panel_ID# 2
R443
NC

BL_ON 2
R440
4K7 1/16W 5%

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Meridian 1
6.2 Power Board
715G2852-2
3

100 OHM 1/4W

100 OHM 1/4W

R920

!T901

C904

NC

R904
10K OHM 1/4W
C938

0.22uF/275V

C902
1000pF

R905
NC

R932
10K OHM 1/4W

100KOHM +-5% 2WS

NC

D901
FR103
C903
22uF/50V

R909
5.1 OHM 1/4W

POWER X'FMR

D903
LL4148

ZD923
NC

C910
NC

1
2
3
4

RT
HV
COMPNC
CS VCC
GND OUT

8
7
6
5

R910
10R 1/4W

R923 NC

NC

C909
470pF/25V

R952
NC
F903

L903

R962 100 OHM 1/4W C929


0.001uF

C940
1000UF25V

R924

+5V

NC
C915
470uF/16V

150R 1/8W

R935 100 OHM 1/4W

ZD922
RLZ5.1B

10K 1/8W

ZD921
RLZ13B

F905
0 OHM 1/4W

R940
33K 1/10W
1

R914
0.47 OHM +-5% 2WS

IC902
PC123X2YFZOF
3

680K OHM 1/4W

R925
1K 1/8W

D916
LL4148

R927
3.6K OHM 1% 1/10W
D915
LL4148

680K OHM 1/4W

C924
0.1uF

C928
0.01uF

VAR901
Varistor
1
1

1
2

C925

R930
2.43K OHM 1% 1/10W

NC

HS2
HEAT SINK(D906_Q90G6263-6)
1
2

!
F901
FUSE

HS5
SHIELD(H85G0002-1)

1
2

HS3
HEAT SINK(Q901_Q90G6263-6)

R942
1K 1/10W 1%

CN902

N.C
NR901(NC)
NTCR

NR901
NTCR

R926
1K 1/10W 1%

IC903
AZ431AZ-AE1

C900
3300pF 250V

GND1
GND

Q904

R901

R900

NC

31DQ06FC3

1.0uH

R938

+5V1

NC
F904

R947
NC

220 OHM 1/4W


R902
680K OHM 1/4W

R948
NC

R912

0.22uF/275V

F902

R915
100K OHM 1% 1/8W

NC
C939
NC

R961 100 OHM 1/4W

Q901
2SK2645-54MR

ZD905
RLZ18B

LD7575A PS

C908

C921

IC901

30mH

0.001uF

R939
1K 1/8W

L901

R907
NC

R943
470R 1/8W

C932

R921 NC

D905

L905

R922 NC

C911
0.1uF

C918
680uF/25V

NC

11
12

C930
0.1uF

Q903
PMBS3904

7
8

6
2

ZD902
RLZ13B

R946
150 OHM 2W

D907

D900
FR107

R906
NC

C901
1000pF

C906
1500pF2KV

C922
470PF50V

D906
FCH10U10

9
10

R908

C907
100uF450V

C917
680uF/25V

2
BD901
KBP208G

1.0uH

C912
0.001uF

100 OHM 1/4W

+12V

R919

L904

R918

POWER

1
2
1

CN901
SOCKET
1
87G 501 32 DL

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BD901
C903
C910
C921
C930
D900
D915
F905
IC902
NR901
R901
R908
R918
R924
R935
R946
T901

A1
B2
A4
A4
A5
A2
C4
B5
C3
C1
C1
A2
A3
B4
B3
A5
A3

CN901
C904
C911
C922
C931
D901
D916
GND1
IC903
01(NC)
R902
R909
R919
R925
R938
R947
VAR901
3

D1
A1
B2
A4
D5
A2
C4
C2
C3
C1
C1
A2
A3
C3
B2
A4
C1

CN902
C906
C912
C924
C932
D903
F901
HS2
L901
Q901
R904
R910
R920
R926
R939
R948
ZD902

C5
A2
A3
C3
A5
B2
D1
D2
B1
B2
A2
B2
A3
C3
A5
A4
A5

C900
C907
C915
C925
C938
D905
F902
HS3
L903
Q903
R905
R912
R921
R927
R940
R952
ZD905

C3
A1
B5
C3
A2
B3
A5
D2
B4
A5
A2
B2
A3
B4
B5
B4
B2

C901
C908
C917
C928
C939
D906
F903
HS5
L904
Q904
R906
R914
R922
R930
R942
R961
ZD921

B1
B1
A4
C2
A4
A3
B5
D2
A4
B4
A2
B2
A3
C4
C4
B3
B4

C902
C909
C918
C929
C940
D907
F904
IC901
L905
R900
R907
R915
R923
R932
R943
R962
ZD922
4

B1
C2
A4
B4
B4
A3
B5
B2
A4
C1
B2
B1
B3
A2
A5
B3
B4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

VOL
MUTE
+5V
DIM
ON/OFF
C931
0.1uF

CONN

24

Meridian 1
1

INVERTER

C839
1500PF/50V
R855
15R 1/4W
F801

R817
10K 1/10W 1%
D805
LL4148
C801
30pF/3KV

3
4

+12V
0 OHM 1/4W
R804
100R 1/8W

Q805
PDTC144WK

Q801
PMBS3904

Q804
PMBS3906
1

C825
0.1uF/25V

R821
1K 1/8W

C819
0.0022uF

CONN
CN801

2
3
1

C824
0.1uF
Q802
AM9945N-T1-PF
1 S
D 8

Q808
PDTA144WK

ON/OFF
C807
0.1uF/25V

D810
NC

R839
22R 1/8W
2

C802
470PF50V

5
1
2

T801
POWER X'FMR
7

R856
15R 1/4W

R801
1K5 1/10W 1%

C803
30pF/3KV

D801
BAV99

C838
1500PF/50V
1
2
R828
10K 1/10W 1%

R822
1K 1/8W

CONN
CN802

2
D807
LL4148

Q811
PMBS3904

C823
0.0022uF

3
R814
1K5 1/10W 1%

1
D802
BAV99

R850
22R 1/8W

Q812
PMBS3906
1

D811
NC

DIM

R827
1K 1/10W 1%

B
Q806
PMBS3904

R853
68K 1/10W

C835
NC

D817
LL4148

R841
68K OHM 1% 1/10W

C842
0.01uF
R802
8.2K 1/10W 1%

R851
6K8 1/10W

R829
22R 1/8W

R825
22R 1/8W

R837
47K 1/8W

R830
NC

C822
1uF/25V

R832
10K 1/10W 1%

IC801
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

D812

LL4148

R823
0R05 1/10W 5%

R810
51K OHM 1% 1/8W

R820
10K 1/10W 1%

R863
10K 1/10W 1%

R831
1K 1/8W

C820
220pF50V

R865

R861
NC

NC

R864
NC

Q807
N.C

R818
1K 1/10W 1%

D806
LL4148

C846
NC

R854
NC
R826
1K 1/8W

R824

R803
680K 1/10W

R808
10K 1/10W 1%

C834
0.1uF/25V

R835
1M 1/10W 5%

1K 1/10W 1%
C817
NC

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

Q809
RK7002

C821
0.1uF/25V

R807
10K 1/10W 1%

TL494IDR

1IN+
2IN+
1IN2INFEEDBACK
REF
DTC OUTPUT CTRL
CT
VCC
RT
C2
GND
E2
C1
E1

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C845
2.2uF/16V

R862
1M 1/10W 5%

D814
LL4148

CN801
CN802
C801
C802
C803
C807
C817
C819
C820
C821
C822
C823
C824
C825
C834
C835
C838
C839
C842
C845
C846
D801
D802
D805
D806
D807
D810
D811
D812
D814
D817
F801
IC801
Q801
Q802
Q804
Q805
Q806
Q807
Q808
Q809
Q811
Q812
R801
R802
R803
R804
R807
R808
R810
R814
R817
R818
R820
R821
R822
R823
R824
R825
R826
R827
R828
R829
R830
R831
R832
R835
R837
R839
R841
R850
R851
R853
R854
R855
R856
R861
R862
R863
R864
R865
T801

A5
A5
A4
A2
A4
A1
D2
A4
D2
D1
C1
A4
A3
A1
D4
B1
A3
A3
C1
D3
D4
A5
A5
A4
C4
A4
A2
B2
D1
D3
B1
A1
C2
A2
A3
A2
A1
B1
D2
A1
D4
B2
B2
A5
C1
D3
A1
C3
D3
D2
A5
A4
C4
D1
A5
A5
D1
D3
C2
D3
B1
A4
C2
C1
D1
C1
D4
C4
A2
C2
B2
C1
B2
D2
A3
A3
D2
D3
D1
D2
D2
A3

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Meridian 1
6.3 Key Board
715G3016-1
1

KEY-PAD-SWITCH

SGND

SGND

2
5
SW

SGND

SGND

2
5
SW

SGND

SW001

SGND

SW003

5
SW
3

SGND

POWER

SW004

ZD003

ZD004

C008

ZD002
3

NC/0.1uF

0R05 1/4W

NC/UDZS5.6B

NC/0.1uF

R007

5
SW

NC/UDZS5.6B

C007

SW002

OK

SW005

C010

SGND

NC/0.1uF

2.4K OHM 1% 1/8W

2
5
SW

NC/UDZS5.6B

4.3K OHM 1% 1/8W

MENU

NC/0.001uF

ZD001

NC/0.001uF

C006

NC/0.001uF

R005

NC/0.1uF

NC/0.001uF

910R 1/8W

R004

NC/UDZS5.6B

NC/0.001uF

R003

UP

C005

ZD005

C004

C009

C003

2.4K OHM 1% 1/8W

NC/0.1uF

C002

4.3K OHM 1% 1/8W

R002

NC/UDZS5.6B

C001

R001

DOWN

2
LBADC1
LBADC2
DC_POWERON
LED_GRN#
LED_RED#

CONN

LED001

LED

CN001
1
2
3
4
5
6

LED_GRN#
A

SGND

SGND

SGND

CN001
C001
C002
C003
C004
C005
C006
C007
C008
C009
C010
LED001
R001
R002
R004
R005
R007
SW001
SW002
SW003
SW004
SW005
ZD001
ZD002
ZD003
ZD004
ZD005

A1
B1
B2
B2
B2
B2
B4
B3
B3
B4
B5
A2
A3
A3
B3
B3
C2
B4
B4
B5
B4
B3
B4
B3
B5
B3
B4

GND

CONNECTOR
(Power) (MENU) (UP)

LED (DOWN) (OK)

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Meridian 1

7. PCB Layout
7.1 Main Board
715G3213-F

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C101

C3

C417

D2

CN404 B1

R110

C4

R424

C1

R451

B2

C102

C4

C419

B4

CN405 A2

R111

C3

R425

C1

R452

C2

C103

C3

C420

B3

D401

D3

R112

C3

R426

C1

R457

B2

C105

C3

C421

B3

D403

B1

R113

C4

R427

C2

R462

C2

C106

C3

C422

C2

FB101 C3

R114

C3

R428

C2

R463

C2

C107

C3

C425

C2

FB102 C3

R115

C3

R429

C2

R464

B3

C109

C3

C426

B2

FB103 C3

R116

C3

R430

D2

R465

B3

C110

C3

C427

C2

FB402 B3

R117

C3

R431

D2

R466

B3

C113

C3

C428

B1

FB404 C3

R118

C2

R432

D2

R467

B3

C114

C3

C430

C3

FB405 C4

R132

C4

R433

B4

U102

C3

C115

C4

C431

C3

FB407 C2

R405

B2

R434

B3

U103

C4

C401

C3

C433

C2

Q404

C4

R406

B2

R435

C4

U401

B3

C406

C3

C439

C2

Q405

B4

R408

B2

R436

B4

U402

B2

C407

B3

C441

C4

Q406

C2

R409

B2

R437

C1

U404

B2

C408

B2

C442

C3

R101

C3

R410

C3

R438

C2

U406

B2

C409

B2

C443

B3

R102

C4

R414

B2

R440

C2

U407

B4

C410

B3

C444

B3

R103

C4

R415

C4

R441

B2

X401

C2

C411

C2

C445

C4

R104

C3

R416

C2

R442

B2

ZD103 C3

C412

C2

C446

B4

R105

C4

R417

C3

R443

C1

ZD104 C3

C413

C2

CN101 D3

R106

C4

R418

C2

R444

C2

C414

D2

CN401 C1

R107

C3

R419

B2

R448

B2

C415

D2

CN402 C1

R108

C3

R422

C4

R449

C2

C416

D2

CN403 B2

R109

C3

R423

C4

R450

B2

Meridian 1

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Meridian 1
7.2 Power Board
715G2852-3-4

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BD901 D4

C940

IC903 C3

J907

A3

C604

C5

CN601 D5

A4

J601

C5

J908

A3

C801

B1

CN602 B5

J602

C5

J909

C4

C802

B2

CN801 A1

J605

B5

J910

A2

C803

C1

CN802 D1

J801

C2

J911

A3

C900

B4

CN901 D2

J802

C2

J912

D4

C901

D4

CN902 A5

J803

B2

J914

A5

C902

D4

D900

C4

J804

B2

L901

D3

C903

B3

D901

C3

J805

B2

L903

A4

C904

D4

D905

A4

J806

B2

L904

A3

C906

C4

D906

B3

J807

B1

L905

B5

C907

C4

D907

A4

J809

A2

NR901 D3

C908

D3

F901

C2

J810

B2

Q901

C4

C915

A4

F902

B5

J811

A2

R908

B4

C917

B3

F903

A4

J812

A2

R914

C4

C918

A3

FB602 B5

J813

A2

R946

B3

C921

B5

GND1

D1

J901

A3

R948

A5

C922

A3

GND2

D3

J903

C4

T801

C2

C938

C4

IC601 C5

J904

C4

T901

B4

C939

A5

IC902 B3

J906

B4

VAR901 C2

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C601

D5

C909

C3

F904

B5

R608

D5

R835

A2

R921

B4

C602

B5

C910

A4

F905

A4

R801

A1

R837

B2

R922

B4

C603

C5

C911

C3

IC801 A2

R802

A2

R839

B2

R923

B5

C606

D5

C912

B3

IC901 C3

R803

A2

R841

A2

R924

B3

C608

C5

C924

B3

JR801 A2

R804

B2

R850

B2

R925

B3

C609

B5

C925

B3

JR902 C3

R805

B2

R851

A2

R926

B3

C610

D5

C928

C3

Q801

B2

R806

B2

R853

A2

R927

B3

C611

D5

C929

A4

Q802

C2

R807

B2

R854

B2

R930

B3

C612

C5

C930

A3

Q803

B2

R808

A2

R855

B2

R932

C4

C613

C5

C931

A5

Q804

B2

R810

B2

R856

C2

R935

B4

C807

A2

C932

B3

Q805

A1

R814

A1

R861

B2

R938

B4

C817

B2

D801

A1

Q806

A2

R817

A1

R862

A2

R939

B3

C819

A1

D802

A2

Q807

B2

R818

B2

R863

A2

R940

B3

C820

B2

D803

B1

Q808

B1

R820

A2

R864

B2

R942

B3

C821

A2

D805

A1

Q809

A2

R821

A1

R865

B2

R943

B3

C822

A2

D806

A2

Q811

B2

R822

A1

R900

D3

R947

A5

C823

A1

D807

A1

Q812

B2

R823

A2

R901

C3

R952

A5

C824

B2

D810

B2

Q903

B3

R824

B2

R902

D3

R961

B4

C825

B2

D811

B2

Q904

A5

R825

B2

R904

C4

R962

B4

C834

A2

D812

B2

R601

A5

R826

B2

R909

B4

ZD801 B1

C835

A2

D814

A2

R602

B5

R827

A2

R910

B4

ZD902 B3

C838

C2

D817

A2

R603

B5

R828

A1

R912

C3

ZD905 B4

C839

B2

D903

B4

R604

D5

R829

B2

R915

C3

ZD921 B3

C842

A2

D915

B3

R605

D5

R830

B2

R918

B3

ZD922 B3

C845

A2

D916

B3

R606

D5

R831

A2

R919

B3

ZD923 A5

C846

B2

F801

A3

R607

D5

R832

A2

R920

B3

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715G3016-1
CN001 B5
GND1

A1

GND2

A4

LED001 B3
SW001 B2
SW002 B3
SW003 B1
SW004 B3
SW005 B4

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C001

A4

R002

B2

C002

A3

R003

B2

C003

B3

R004

B3

C004

B4

R005

B4

C005

A2

R007

A4

C006

B2

ZD001 B2

C007

B4

ZD002 B4

C008

B3

ZD003 B1

C009

B3

ZD004 B3

C010

B1

ZD005 B3

R001

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10
10Pin

CN902
CN801

Panel

1
1

Power Board

9Pin

CN802

CN901

24
23

2
1

24 Pin

CN405
CN404 Main Board
NT68167FG (U401)

6Pin

CN401

CN101

AC IN

D-SUB
7

1
7 Pin

Key Board

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9. Scalar Board Overview

DC-DC Converters

Flash ROM

NOVATEK Chip

ESD

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10. Mechanical Instructions


1. Place the monitor face down on a smooth surface .Be careful to avoid scratch and injury during the process of
uninstall.

2. Remove three screws to remove the STAND-BASE ASSY.

3. Use disassembly tool to open 4 latches at bottom, 4 latches at left, 5 latches at top and 4 latches at right of
bezel, and remove bezel.

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4. Remove main frame.


A. Disconnect two connectors and four screws.

B. Press to release left and right latches of LVDS cable, and then disconnect it.

5. Remove Power Board and Main Board.


A. Remove two screws.

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B. Remove three screws to remove the Power Board and Main Board from Main Frame.

C. Disconnect three connectors from Main Board.

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11. Repair Flow Chart


11.1 Main Board
(1). No Power

No power

Press power key and look if the


picture is normal

NG

Please reinsert and make sure


the AC of 100-240 is normal
NG

Reinsert or check the


Adapter/Inverter section

OK

Measure U404 PIN2=3.3V

OK

NG

Check C426 and C427

X401 oscillate waveforms are


normal
NG
OK

Replace U401

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(2). No Picture
No picture

The button if under control

NG

X401 oscillate

NG

Replace X401

OK
OK

Check reset circuit of


U401 is normal

Measure U404 PIN2=3.3V

OK
Replace U401

NG

Check C426 and C427

OK

X401 oscillate waveform is normal


NG

Replace X401

OK
Check HS VS from CN101 is normal
NG
OK

Replace U401

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Check Correspondent
component

NG

Check Correspondent
component

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(3). White screen

White screen

NG
Measure Q404 base is low level?

X401 oscillate waveform is normal


NG

OK

Check Q404, Q405 is broken or CN405 solder?

NG
OK

Replace X401

OK
Check reset circuit of U401 is normal

NG

Check Correspondent
component.

Replace Panel

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OK

Replace U401

Check Correspondent
component.

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(1) No power

Check ZD902 12V

NG

Check AC line volt 100V or 240V


NG
Check AC input

OK
Check the voltage of C907 (+)
NG

Check bridge rectified circuit and F901 circuit

OK
Check start voltage for the pin8 of IC901
NG

Check R904, R932and Change IC901

OK
Check the auxiliary voltage is bigger
than 10V and smaller than 16V

NG

1) Check IC901
2) Check R909, D901 circuit

OK
Check IC901 pin5 PWM wave
NG

Check IC901
OK
Check Q901, D903, IC902, IC903, D915, D916, D921, D922

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(2) W / LED, No Backlight

Check ZD902 12V


NG
Check adapter or MB
OK
Check ON/OFF signal
NG
OK

Check Main Board

Check IC801 PIN12=12V


NG

Check Q805, Q808

OK
Check IC801 PIN8, 9 or PIN10, 11 have the output of square

NG
OK

Change IC801

Check Q809 have the output of square wave at short time.


NG
Check Q809

OK
Check the output of T801

NG
OK
Check connecter & lamp

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11.3 Key Board

OSD is unstable or not working

N
Connect Key Pad Board

Is Key Pad Board connecting normally?

Y
N
Is Button Switch normally?

Replace Button Switch

Y
N
Is Key Pad Board normally?

Check Main Board

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12. ISP Instruction


When do the parts, need the tools as follow:
A. An i486 (or above) personal computer or compatible.
B. Microsoft operation system Windows 95/98/2000/XP.
C. EasyUSB WriterV4.1 program
D. Software ISP SN Alignment kits
The kit contents:
a. ISP BOARD x1
b. Printer cablex1
c. VGA cable x1
12.1 Install the EasyUSB WriterV4.1

12.2 Connect the ISP board as follow:

Connect to

Connect to the

the PC LPT

Philips 160E1

12.3 The process of ISP write is as follows.

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a) Double-click

b) Click

running the program as follows:

icon and the program runs as follows:

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c) Click

icon, search the program Philips_160E1_NT68167_CMO_M156B1L01_20081219_V100,

and click open:

d)

Click

icon. If it burns successfully, it will show as the follow picture:

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13. DDC Instruction


General
DDC Data Re-programming
In case the main EEPROM with Software DDC which store all factory settings were replaced because a defect,
repaired monitor the serial numbers have to be re-programmed.
It is advised to re- soldered the main EEPROM with Software DDC from the old board onto the new board if circuit
board have been replaced, in this case the DDC data does not need to be re-programmed.
Additional information about DDC (Display Data Channel) may be obtained from Video Electronics Standards
Association (VESA). Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) information may be also obtained from VESA.
1. An i486 (or above) personal computer or compatible.
2. Microsoft operation system Windows 95/98/2000/XP.
3. PORT95NT.exe, WinDDC program.
4. Software OSD SN Alignment kits
The kit contents:
a. OSD SN BOARD x1
b. Printer cablex1
c. VGA cable x1
d. 12V DC power source
13.1. Install the PORT95NT.EXE, and restart the computer.
The process of installing PORT95NT has been specified in, so it will not be specified again. If you have any
problem, please read it.
13.2 Connect the DDC Board as follow:

Connect to the
When you write analog
EDID, Connect this port
to the Philips 160E1s
VGA port

12V Input

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PC LPT

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Take analog DDC write for example, as follow

a. Double-click

appear as follow Figs

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b. Click

c.

Click

, and key in 14 numbers in the Serial Number Blank, then click OK, Now analog DDC Write

complete, as follow:

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160E1 EDID
128 bytes EDID Data (Hex):
x0 x1 x2 x3 x4 x5 x6 x7 x8 x9 xA xB xC xD xE xF
0:

00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 41 0C 2D C0 B8 B6 01 00

10:

17 0B 01 03 68 22 13 78 2A B3 70 A2 55 48 98 27

20:

15 50 54 BF EE 00 31 0A 61 4C 01 01 01 01 01 01

30:

01 01 01 01 01 01 7F 21 56 AA 51 00 1E 30 46 8F

40:

33 00 58 C2 10 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FF 00 31 32 33

50:

33 31 32 33 31 31 32 33 31 32 00 00 00 FC 00 50

60:

68 69 6C 69 70 73 20 31 36 30 45 0A 00 00 00 FD

70:

00 38 4C 1E 3C 08 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 DE

Decoded EDID data

<---Header--->
Header: 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00
<-x-Header-x->
<---Vendor/Product Identification--->
ID Manufacturer Name:

PHL

ID Product Code:

C02D

ID Serial Number:

b8b60100

Week of Manufacture:

23

Year of Manufacture:

2001

<-x-Vendor/Product Identification-x->
<---EDID Structure Version/Revision--->
EDID Version#:

01

EDID Revision#:

03

<-x-EDID Structure Version/Revision-x->


<---Basic Display Parameters/Features--->
Video i/p definition:

Analog

Signal Level Standard:

0.700V/0.000V (0.700Vpp)

Setup:

Blank-to-Black not expected

Separate Sync Support:

Yes

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Composite Sync Support: No
Sync. on green video supported:No
Serration of the Vsync.Pulse is not required.
Max. H. Image Size:

34cm.

Max. V. Image Size:

19cm.

Display Gamma:

2.2

DPMS Features, Stand-by: No.


DPMS Features, Suspend:

No.

DPMS Features, Active off:

Yes.

Display Type:

R.G.B color display.

Standard Default Color Space: R.G.B color.


Preferred Timing Mode:

In First Detailed Timing.

GTF supported: No.


<---Basic Display Parameters/Features--->
<---Color Characteristics--->
Red x:

0.6347656250

Red y:

0.3349609375

Green x:

0.2822265625

Green y:

0.5966796875

Blue x:

0.1533203125

Blue y:

0.0849609375

White x:

0.3125000000

White y:

0.3281250000

<-x-Color Characteristics-x->
<---Established Timings--->
Established Timings 1: BF
-720x400 @70Hz VGA, IBM
-640x480 @60Hz VGA, IBM
-640x480 @67Hz Apple, Mac II
-640x480 @72Hz VESA
-640x480 @75Hz VESA
-800x600 @56Hz VESA
-800x600 @60Hz VESA
Established Timings 2: EE
-800x600 @72Hz VESA
-800x600 @75Hz VESA
-832x624 @75Hz Apple, Mac II
-1024x768 @60Hz VESA
-1024x768 @70Hz VESA
-1024x768 @75Hz VESA

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Established Timings 3: 00
<-x-Established Timings-x->
<---Standard Timing Identification--->
-640x400 @70 Hz
-1024x768 @72 Hz
<-x-Standard Timing Identification-x->
<---Detailed Timing Descriptions--->
Detailed Timing:

1366x768 @ 60Hz

<-x-Detailed Timing Descriptions-x->


<---Detailed Timing Descriptions--->
Detailed Timing:

FF (Monitor SN) '123312311231'

Detailed Timing:

FC (Monitor Name) 'Philips 160E'

Detailed Timing:

FD (Monitor limits)

Min. V. rate:

56Hz

Max. V. rate:

76Hz

Min. H. rate:

30 KHz

Max. H. rate:

60 KHz

Max. Pixel Clock:

80MHz

<-x-Detailed Timing Descriptions-x->


Extension Flag:

00

Checksum:

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14. White Balance, Luminance Adjustment


1. Apparatuses and program: analyzer CA-210, PC, tool, FGA adjustment program (PHILIPS 160E.DDCI), Pattern
generator.
2. Equipment installation:

a. Connect analyzer CA-210 to PC by USB connector, install drive program CA-SDK Ver4.00 for CA-210 and restart
PC after finish installing

b. Install Port95NT drive program, set PC printer connector mode as ECP mode and reset PC after finish installing.
c. Connect tool as follow:
Note: Its not necessary to connect Port2.

PC Port 2
3. Adjustment

PC

BSG265A

Monitor

Preparation before adjustment:


a. Monitor should be warmed up for more than half an hour.
b. Make sure that the tools are connected right and drive programs have been installed OK.
Adjustment process:
a. Press the power of CA-210, shut off the lens, press 0-Cal and open the lens after analyzer reset.
b. Open white balance adjustment program, select the right parameter according with the program and click OK.
c.

Make sure that the lens of CA-210 aims at the center of the screen, then click START to adjust.

d. After finish adjusting, the adjustment program displays pass, and the START button changes for NEXT, which
means that you can adjust another monitor.

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4. Color Temp confirmation


Connect the signal to the monitor, the monitor displays white-picture, use CA-210 to measure the Color Temp of the
screen center and select the OSD to make sure whether the Color Temps accord with the SPEC.

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16. Recommended & Spare Parts List


160E1SB/93
Item

Location

FQ106

Philips 12NC

PCM Codes

Description

Q34G0551AFLA1B0130

BEZEL L156W-8QPH1

FQ405

Q33G0170AFL 1L0100

KEY PAD

FQ004

KEPC7QV9

KEY BOARD ASSY

FQ001

750GLM156B1112M0PH

PANEL M156B1-L01 C1 NB CMO

FQ003

PWPC8521MQCU

POWER BOARD ASSY

FQ002

756GQ8CB PH004

SCALER BOARDCBPCRNFPHQ2

FQ105

Q34G0274AFL 2B0100

REAR COVER15.6"

FQ103

705GQ834603

15.6"PHILIPS STAND-BASE ASS'Y

E08902

089G 725CAA DB

D-SUB CABLE

FQ301

089G414A15N IS

POWER CORD

FQ303

095G8018 3DH45

LVDS CABLE 30P-24P 120mm

FQ205

705GQ9CS001

CUSHION ASSY

FQ202

Q44G6004813 2A

15.6LCD PHILIPS CARTON

FQ206

Q41G780A81319A

160E QSG

FQ204

Q70G1608813 2A

160E CD MANUAL

IC902

056G 139 7 1

IC EL817MA M-TYPE

T901

080GL19T 26 T

X'FMR 610uH SRW24LQL-T15H016

T801

S80GL17T40V

TRANSFORMER ASS'Y

IC801

056G 379 22

IC TL494IDR SOIC-16

IC901

056G 379107

IC LD7575A PS SOP-8

IC903

056G 158 10 T

IC AS431AZTR-E1 TO-92

F901

084G 56 3 B

FUSE 3.15A 250V

X401

093G 2251B J

NXS12.000AC30F-BT-2

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U401

056G 562573

IC NT68167FG QFP64

U404

056G 563 52

IC AP1117D33L-13 TO252-3L

U102

056G 662 13

IC AZC099-04S SOT23-6L

U103

056G 662 13

IC AZC099-04S SOT23-6L

U402

100GPNM6000NT1

MCU ASSY(056G1133713)

Service Kit
Description

DDC KIT

NOVATEK ISP KIT

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Part No.

Philips 12NC

715G2005C2

996500043197

715LT035A

996500043198

Picture

CMO

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17. Different Parts List


Diversity of 160E1SB/97 compared with 160E1SB/93
160E1SB/97
Location

Philips 12NC

160E1SB/93

PCM Codes

Description

Philips 12NC

PCM Codes

Description

FQ301

089G404A15N IS

POWER CORD

089G414A15N IS

POWER CORD

FQ202

Q44G6004813 1A

15.6 LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Q44G6004813 2A

15.6LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Diversity of 160E1SB/00 compared with 160E1SB/93


160E1SB/00
Location

Philips 12NC

160E1SB/93

PCM Codes

Description

Philips 12NC

PCM Codes

Description

FQ301

089G404A15N IS

POWER CORD

089G414A15N IS

POWER CORD

FQ202

Q44G6004813 1A

15.6 LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Q44G6004813 2A

15.6LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Diversity of 160E1SB/05 compared with 160E1SB/93


160E1SB/05
Location

Philips 12NC

160E1SB/93

PCM Codes

Description

Philips 12NC

PCM Codes

Description

FQ301

089G410A15N IS

POWER CORD

089G414A15N IS

POWER CORD

FQ202

Q44G6004813 1A

15.6 LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Q44G6004813 2A

15.6LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Diversity of 160E1SB/62 compared with 160E1SB/93


160E1SB/62
Location

Philips 12NC

PCM Codes

160E1SB/93
Description

Philips 12NC

PCM Codes

Description

FQ301

089G404A15N IS

POWER CORD

089G414A15N IS

POWER CORD

FQ202

Q44G6004813 1A

15.6 LCD PHILIPS CARTON

Q44G6004813 2A

15.6LCD PHILIPS CARTON

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18. General Product Specification


TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

FOREWORD

2.

PRODUCT PROFILE

2.1

LCD

2.2

SCANNING FREQUENCIES

2.3

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE: 0-40

3.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

3.1

INTERFACE SIGNALS

3.2

INTERFACE

3.3

TIMING REQUIREMENT

3.4

HORIZONTAL SCANNING

3.5

VERTICAL SCANNING

3.6

POWER INPUT CONNECTION

3.7

POWER MANAGEMENT (SUPPORT TO INPUT)

3.8

VGA DISPLAY IDENTIFICATION

3.9

DDC/CI SUPPORT

3.10 DATA FOR EDID & INF FILE


3.11 HOT-KEY DEFINITION
4.

VISUAL CHARACTERISTICS

4.1

TEST CONDITIONS

4.2

BRIGHTNESS

4.3

IMAGE SIZE

4.4

BRIGHTNESS UNIFORMITY

4.5

CHECK CROSS TALK(S)

4.6

WHITE COLOR ADJUSTMENT

5.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

5.1

COSMETIC

5.2

MECHANICAL DATA FILES

5.3

LOCATION OF PHILIPS LOGO

5.4

GAP BETWEEN PANEL AND FRONT BEZEL

5.5

LOCATION OF CONTROL ICONS

5.6

COLOR FOR RESIN/PAINT

5.7

FIRE ENCLOSURE REQUEST

5.8

RESINS

5.9

IF PAINT IS USED

5.10 PLASTIC MOLD TOOLING


5.11 PLASTICS FLAMMABILITY
5.12 TEXTURE/GLOSSING OF HOUSING
5.13 TILT AND SWIVEL BASE
5.14 KENNSINGTON LOCK
5.15 LABEL
5.16 PRODUCT DIMENSION/WEIGHT (REFER TO PHILIPS APPROVED SHT 191/SHT560)

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5.17 TRANSPORTATION
5.18 PALLET/CONTAINER LOADING
6.

ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

6.1

SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

6.2

TRANSPORTATION TESTS

6.3

DISPLAY DISTURBANCES FROM EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

6.4

DISPLAY DISTURBANCES TO EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT

7.

RELIABILITY

7.1

MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURES

8.

QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

8.1

ACCEPTANCE TEST

9.

PHILIPS FLAT PANEL MONITORS PIXEL DEFECT POLITY

10. REGULATORY COMPLIANCE


10.1 WORLDWIDE REGULATORY
10.2 EMC REQUIREMENTS
10.3 ROHS
10.4 WEEE
10.5 ONGOING REGULATORY

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1. FOREWORD
This specification describes a 15.6 WXGA multi-scan color TFT LCD monitor with maximum resolution up to
1366*768/60Hz non-interlaced.
All optical characteristics (including White-D, Brightness and so on) are determined according to panel specification
after warming up approximate 30 minutes that brightness stability is optimal, and follow strictly after panel
specification.
2. PRODUCT PROFILE
This display monitor unit is a color display monitor enclosed in Philips styling cabinet which has an integrated tilt
base.
LCD
Tier1: CMO
Type NR.

:M156B1-L01 (TN)

Outside dimensions

:363.8 (H) x 215.9 (V) x 14.3 (D)mm (Typ.)

Pitch (mm)

:0.252 * RGB (H) mm x 0.252 (V) mm

Color pixel arragnement

:RGB vertical stripes

Display surface

:Hard coating (3H), Anti-glare treatment of the front polarizer

Color depth

:16.7M colors

Backlight

:CCFL edge light system

Active area (W xH)

:344.23 (H) x 193.56 (V)

View angle

:Horizontal 170 (Typ.), Vertical 160 (Typ.)

Contrast ratio

:500:1 (Typ.)

White Luminace

:250 nits (Typ.)

Gate IC

Source IC

Response time

:5ms (Typ.)

MTBF

:50,000 Hrs

Scanning frequencies
Hor.

: 30 60 KHz

Ver.

: 56 - 76 Hz

Video dot rate

: <140 MHz

Power input

: 90-264 V AC, 50/60 2 Hz

Power consumption

: < 28 W maximum

Functions:
D-SUB analog R/G/B separate inputs, H/V sync separated, Composite (H+V) TTL level, SOG sync
Ambient temperature: 0 C - 40 C

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3. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTERS
Interface signal
D-sub analog
Input signal

:Video, Hsync, Vsync

Video

:0.7 Vp-p, input impedance, 75 ohm @DC

Sync:

Separate sync TTL level, input impedance 2.2K ohm terminate


Hsync Positive/Negative
Vsync Positive/Negative
Composite sync TTL level, input impedance 2.2k ohm terminate
(Positive/Negative)

Sync on green video

: 0.3 Vp-p Negative (Video 0.7 Vp-p Positive)

Interface
D-SUB cable
Length

:1.5m +/- 50mm

Fix with monitor when packing with transplant pin protective cover.
Connector type

:D-sub male with DDC2B pin assignments


Blue connector thumb-operated jack screws

Pin assignments
PIN No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

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SIGNAL
Red
Green/ SOG
Blue
Sense (GND)
Cable Detect (GND)
Red GND
Green GND
Blue GND
DDC +3.3V or +5V
Logic GND
Sense (GND)
Bi-directional data
H/H+V sync
V-sync
Data clock

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Software control functions via OSD/Control adjustment functions


Please refer to following Hudson 9 OSD definitions, if any deviation, there refer to PVT exit sample.
ITEM

OSD DEFINITIONS

OSD LANGUAGES

OSD TREE

PHILIPS 160E1 OSD


Definition-0810222.x

H8 OSD translation H9 new item


20070425 - Final.xls translation _ 2008041

Reset No: Exit


Yes: Auto adjustment for displaying
timing mode and recall factory preset
9 LANGUAGES

PHILIPS OSD
Tree-081022.xls

Power On Logo: Power On Show


up Philips logo 3 seconds Change to
input signal.
4

POWER ON LOGO

1366x768.bmp

This picture is reference only. The


official drawing will send out by PM.

Timing requirement
Factory Preset mode definition:
1. Perfect FOS while presenting those timings
2. Will specify those timing in Users Manual
Preset mode definition:
1. Need to support those timings
2. Perfect FOS after auto adjustment
User mode
1. Can save those timing that not in preset mode and can be showed (not over scalar or panel spec.)
2. It needs to reserve the 10 timings space in memory size.
Mode storing capacity
Factory preset modes

: 08

User modes

:23

Factory preset modes (8 modes)


Factory modes and preset modes are defined in the enclosed timing table file

160E1 1366 768


Timming Table-08102

Video timing mode (internal firmware support)


60Hz: 480p/720p/1080i/1080p
50Hz: 576p/720p/1080i/1080p

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Horizontal scanning
Sync polarity

:positive or negative

Scanning frequency

:30-60KHz

Vertical scanning
Sync polarity

:positive or negative

Scanning frequency

:56-76Hz

Power input connection


Power cord length

:1.5m

Power cord type

:3 leads power cord with protective earth plug

Power management (supplier to input)


Sync polarity

:positive or negative

Scanning frequency

:56-76Hz

The monitor must comply with the Microsoft On Now specification and meet EPA requirement.
Mode

HSYNC VSYNC

Power-On

On

On

Power saving

Off

Off

DC Power Off

Video
active

Pwr-cons.
< 28 W Max.

Indication

Rec. time

Green LED

-<3s

blanked

< 0.8W

Amber LED

N/A

< 0.5 W

LED Off

VGA Display identification


In accordance with VESA Display Channel Standard Ver.1.0 and DDC 2B capability
DDC/CI support
In accordance with VESA DDC/CI and MCCS ver.2.0
Data for EDID & INF file
Data for EDID & .inf file
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

User visible strings on .inf file


Manufacturer ID ( EDID data)
Product ID, "xxxx" 4 codes
maximum resolution
Horizontal Frequency Range
Vertical Frequency Range
Monitor Name (13 characters max.)

Philips 160E (16inch WIDE LCD MONITOR 160E1)


PHL
MSB(byte 12): C0
LSB (byte 11): 2D
1366x768
30~60 KHz
56~76Hz
Philips 160EW

Hot-key definition

HOT KEY.xls

Any deviation between document and sample, please refer to Philips approved sample.

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SI to feedback
SI to feedback

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4. Visual characteristics
Test conditions
Unless otherwise specified, this specification is defined under the following conditions.
(1) Input signal:

As defined in 3.3, 1366*768


non-interlaced mode (1366*768@60Hz 85.5MHz), signal sources must have
75 ohm output impedance

(2) Luminance setting:

controls to be set to 300 nits with full screen 100 % duty cycle white signal

(3) Warm up:

More than 30 minutes after power on with signal supplied.

(4) Ambient light:

400 -- 600 lux

(5) Ambient temperature:

20 5 C

Brightness
To follow Panel specification
Image size
Actual display size: Refer to 2.1 LCD PANEL spec.
Brightness uniformity
Set contrast at 100% and turn the brightness to get average above 300 nits at centre of the screen. Apply the Fig 1;
it should comply with the following formula:
B_min
X 100% > 75% (Follow panel spec)
B_max
Where B_max =Maximum brightness
B_min = Minimum brightness
Check Cross talk(s)
Apply Pattern 2. Set contrast and brightness at 100 %. Measure YA. Then output Pattern 3 and measure YB. The
cross talk value:
ABS (YA - YB)
X 100%

<

1.5 %

YA
White Color adjustment
There are three factory preset white color 9300K, 6500 and sRGB align by FGA function. Apply full gray 64 pattern,
with brightness in 100 % position and the contrast control at 50 % position. The 1931 CIE Chromaticity (color
triangle) diagram (x, y) coordinate for the screen center should be:
Product specification
CIE coordinates

(x,y)
x = 0.283 0.02

9300K

PerfectuneII
y = 0.297 0.02
x = 0.313 0.02

6500K/sRGB

PerfectuneII
y = 0.329 0.02
x = 0.313 0.02

sRGB

PerfectuneII
y = 0.329 0.02

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Production alignment spec.


CIE coordinates

(x,y)
x = 0.283 0.006
PerfectuneII

9300K
y = 0.297 0.006
x = 0.313 0.006
6500K/sRGB

PerfectuneII
y = 0.329 0.006
x = 0.313 0.006

sRGB

PerfectuneII
y = 0.329 0.006

Quality Inspection specification:


CIE coordinates

(x,y)
x = 0.283 0.015

9300K
y = 0.297 0.015
x = 0.313 0.015
6500K/sRGB
y = 0.329 0.015
x = 0.313 0.015
sRGB
y = 0.329 0.015

5. Mechanical characteristics
Cosmetic
Philips ID
Mechanical data files
ProE files required
Location of Philips Logo
Per Philips make-up sheet
Gap between panel and front bezel
< 1.4mm (Max.)
Location of Control Icons
Per Philips Graphic sheet
Color for resin/paint
Per Philips make-up sheet
Fire enclosure request
Shielding cover should fulfill international standard
Resins

RoHS required

WEEE required.

Resin type/selection refers to Project Book Section 7.2 Plastic material.

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If paint is used

RoHS required

WEEE require

If new painting type needs to implement, refer to UN-D 1235.


Plastic mold tooling

Tooling to be designed to minimize cosmetic defects induced by molding process (sink, blush, weld lines, gate
marks, ejector marks, etc.). Refer to TYV61-90007.

Painting to cover up cosmetic defects due to molding is strongly discouraged.

China RoHS mark requested.


Plastics flammability

All Plastics to be Flame Retardant UL 94-HB.

Base / Rear to be Flame Retardant UL 94-HB

All major plastic parts (bezel, back cover) need to be molded from same resin

Plastic resin type selection should be referred to plastic-Philips Pool monitor


Texture/Glossing of housing

The texture area and texture no should follow Philips make-up sheet.

The exterior surfaces shall have a uniform texture.

Philips must approve the mold texturing.

Detail document for texture refer to UN-D249, UN-D 600.

> = 80 gloss units


Tilt and swivel base

: -5 +2/- 0 (forward)
+20 +0/- 2 (backward)
Tilt for left and right:
Tilt angle

A-B3.0MM

Black side and cut side


U

1. Visual area
HL-R0.8~1.0mm
VU-D0.8~1.0mm
2. Black side on the left and right is
symmetrical, not cut side.

Gap between bezel and rear cover

0.2 mm (Typ.) Max. will wait for 1st lot of MP to correct the data.

Step between bezel and rear cover

Left, right and top: 0.3mm

"Wobble", "Twist", etc (front to back or side to side)

Bottom and corner: 0.5mm

Whole monitor set shall retain stability within a short time after the applied external force disappears.
20NT , 6secsMax. back to stable.

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Kensington Lock

Must meet Kensington_slot.spec TYE-M0004.

MMD request metal plate in Kensington hole.


Label

Carton label should follow Philips requirement.

Regulatory label follow Philips requirement

China RoHS label

Detail document refer to Philips Engineering Reference Book


Product dimension / Weight (Refer to Philips approved SHT 191/SHT560)

Unit dimension

: 439(w)*363(H)*191(D)

Packed unit dimension:

:490(w)*375(D)*145(H)

Net weight

: 3.98Kg

Gross weight

: 4.95Kg.

Transportation
Transportation standards refer to UAN-D1534/00/01
transportation packages
Packaging and wrapping shall be sufficient to protect the product against damage or loss during shipment from
the supplier to the destination specified in the purchase order. All packaging materials are subject to test and
evaluation per TPV standard. The cushion material shall be constructed using EPS material.
Transportation Test

Package test

1. Random Vibration test


2. Drop test
3. Cold Drop test (for design reference)

Un-package test

Half sine shock test (non operation)


Pallet / Container loading
Transportation standards refer to TYE-M0002, UAN-D1534 and UAW-0309.

Air shipment -

Sea container 20'(pallet/slip sheet)

Sea container 40'(pallet/slip sheet)

Sea container 40' High Cube (pallet/slip sheet)

Land 45 Truck and Trailer (800X1200mm pallet)

Land 45 Truck and Trailer (1000X1200mm pallet) for UK

Truck shipment-

Transportation request for all regions except China/India


A. Air shipment
B. 20/40/40HQ Container loading for WW
Transportation request for China and India
A. Container loading for China and India
B. Truck loading

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Transportation request for EU


A. Land 45 Truck and Trailer (800X1200mm pallet)
B. Land 45 Truck and Trailer (1000X1200mm pallet) for UK (update SHT560)
6. Environmental characteristics
The following sections define the interference and susceptibility condition limits that might occur between external
environment and the display device.
Susceptibility of display to external environment
Operating
Temperature

: 0 to 40 degree C

Humidity

: 20~90% max

Altitude

: 0-10000 ft

Air pressure

:600-1100 mBAR

Temperature

: -20 to 60 degree C

Humidity

: 10~90% max

Altitude

: 0-30000 ft

Air pressure

: 300-1100 mBAR

Storage

Note: Recommend at 5 to 35C, Humidity less than 60 %. Please also refer to DQE requirements.
Transportation tests
Refer to 5.15.2
Display disturbances from external environment
According to IEC 801-2 for ESD disturbances
Display disturbances to external environment
7. Reliability
7.1 Mean Time between Failures
System MTBF (excluding the LCD panel and CCFL): Refer to 2.1 panel MTBF
8. Quality assurance requirements
8.1 Acceptance test
According to MIL-STD-105D

Control II level

AQL:

0.4 (major)
1.5 (minor)

(Please also refer to annual quality agreement) Customer acceptance criteria: UAW0377/00

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9. Philips Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy


Philips Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy
BRIGHT DOT DEFECTS

ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

Model

160E1

1 lit sub-pixel

2 adjacent lit sub-pixels

3 adjacent lit sub-pixels (one white pixel)

Distance between two bright dot defects*

25mm

Bright dot defects within 20 mm circle

Total bright dot defects of all type

BLACK DOT DEFECTS

ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

Model

160E1

1 dark sub-pixel

2 adjacent dark sub-pixels

3 adjacent dark sub-pixels (one white pixel)

Distance between two black dot defects*

15mm

Black dot defects within 20 mm circle*

Total black dot defects of all type

TOTAL DOT DEFECTS

ACCEPTABLE LEVEL

Model

160E1

Total bright or black dot defects of all type

* 1 or 2 adjacent sub-pixel defects = 1 dot defect

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Fig 1: Measurement locations of Brightness Uniformity

Fig 2: Cross talk pattern Gray level 46 (64 Gray level)

1/6

1/2

YA
1/2

Fig 3:

Cross talk Pattern Center at Gray level 0 (Black)

1/3

1/3

1/6

1/3

1/2

1/3
YB
1/2
1/3

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10. REGULATORY COMPLIANCE


Worldwide Regulatory

TYE-A0004 LCD
MNT International

EMC Requirements
Supplier DVT EMI test result must be submitted prior to DVT samples delivery, and PVT EMI test result must be
submitted again prior to PVT samples delivery which also has to meet Philips' immunity testing specification.
RoHS
Restriction on the use of certain hazardous substances:
Lead, Cadmium, Mercury, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated Bipheny1 (PBB) and Polybrominated Bipheny1
Ether (PBDE)(flame retardant).
WEEE
Producer (Philips) responsible for retailer takes back schemes and recycling.
--System implemented.
--Collection and recycle targets.
Ongoing Regulatory
There's a possibility that other regulatory certificates will be required during the life of the product. It is the
responsibility of the supplier to provide related documentation.

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TELEVISION/MONITOR SAFFTY GUIDELINES FOR THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN

Safety Checks
After the original service problem has been corrected,a complete safety check
should be made. Be sure to check over the entire set, not just the areas
where you have worked. Some previous servicer may have left an unsafe
condition,which could be unknowingly passed on to your customer. Be sure
to check all of the following:
Fire and Shock Hazard
1. Be sure all components are positioned in such a way as to avoid the
possibility of adjacent component shorts. This is especially important
on those chassis which are transported to and from the service shop.
2. Never release a repaired unit unless all protective devices such as
insulators, barries, covers, strain reliefs, and other hardware have been
installed in accordance with the original design.
3. Soldering and wiring must be inspected to locate possible cold solder
joints,solder splashes,sharp solder points, frayed leads, pinched leads,
or damaged insulation ( including the ac cord).Be certain to remove
loose solder balls and all other loose foreign particles.
4. Check across-the-line components and other components for physical
evidence of damage or deterioration and replace if necessary. Follow
original layout,lead length, and dress.
5. No lead or component should touch a receiving tube or a resistor rated
at 1 watt or more. Lead tension around protruding metal surfaces or
edges must be avoided.
6. Critical components having special safety characteristics are identified
with ans by the Ref. No. in the parts list and enclosed within a broken line
* (where several critical components are grouped in one area) along with
the safety symbols on the schematic diagrams and/or exploded views.
7. When servicing any unit, always use a separate isolation transformer
for the chassis Failure to use a separate isolation transformer may
expose you to possible shock hazard, and may cause damage to
servicing instruments.
8. Many electronic products use a polarized ac line cord (one wide pin on
the plug.) Defeating this safety feature may create a potential hazard to
the service and the user. Extension cords which do not incorporate the
polarizing feature should never be used.
9. After reassembly of the unit, always perform an leakage test or resistance
test from the line cord to all exposed metal parts of the cabinet. Also check
all metal control shafts(with knobs removed), antenna terminals, handles,
screws, etc. to be sure the unit may be safety operated without danger of
electrical shock.
* Broken line
Implosion
1. All picture tubes used in current model receivers are equipped with an
integral implosion system. Care should always be used, and safety
glasses worn,whenever handling any picture tube. Avoid scratching or
otherwise damaging the picture tube during installation.
2. Use only replacement tubes specified by the manufacturer.
X-radiation
1. Be sure procedures and instructions to all your service personnel cover
the subject of X-radiation. Potential sources of X-rays in TV receivers are
the picture tube and the high voltage circuits. The basic precaution which
must be exercised is to keep the high voltage at the factory recommended
level.
2. To avoid possible exposure to X-radiation and electrical shock, only the
manufacturer's specified anode connectors must be used.
3. It is essential that the service technician has an accurate HV meter
available at all times. The calibration of this meter should be checked
periodically against a reference standard.
4. When the HV circuitry is operating properly there is no possibility of an xradiation problem. High voltage should always be kept at the manufacturer's
rated value-no higher - for optimum performance. Every time a color set is
serviced, the brightness should be run up and down while monitoring the
HV with a meter to be certain that the HV is regulated correctly and does
not exceed the specified value. We suggest that you and your technicians
review test procedures so that HV and HV regulation are always checked as
a standard servicing procedure, and the reason for this prudent routine is
clearly understood by everyone. It is important to use an accurate and
reliable HV meter. It is recommended that the HV recorded on each
customer's invoice, which will demonstrate a proper concern for the
customer's safety.
5. When troubleshooting and making test measurements in a receiver with
a problem of excessive high voltage, reduce the line voltage by means of
a Variac to bring the HV into acceptable limits while troubleshooting. Do
not operate the chassis longer than necessary to locate the cause of the
excessive HV.

6. New picture tubes are specifically designed to withstand higher operathng


voltages without creating undesirable X-radiation. It is strongly
recommended that any shop test fixture which is to be used with the new
higher voltage chassis be equipped with one of the new type tubes
designed for this service. Addition of a permanently connected HV meter
to the shop test fixture is advisable. The CRT types used in these new
sets should never be replaced with any other types, as this may result in
excessive X-radiation.
7. It is essential to use the specified picture tube to avoid a possible X-diation
problem.
8. Most TV receivers contain some type of emergency "Hold Down" circuit to
prevent HV from rising to excessive levels in the presence of a failure
mode. These various circuits should be understood by all technicians
servicing them, especially since many hold down circuits are inoperative
as long as the receiver performs normally.
Leakage Current Cold Check
1. Unplug the ac line cord and connect a jumper between the two prongs of
the plug.
2. Turn on the power switch.
3. Measure the resistance value between the jumpered ac plug and all
exposed cabinet parts of the receiver, such as screw heads, antennas,
and control shafts. When the exposed metallic part has a return path to
the chassis, the reading should be between 1 megohm and 5.2 megohms.
When the exposed metal does not have a return path to the chassis, the
reading must be infinity. Remove the jumper from the ac line cord.

TO
INSTRUMENTS
EXPOSED
METAL PARTS

0.15 uF

1500 ohm, 10W

Leakage Current Hot Check


1. Do not use an isolation transformer for this test. Plug the completely
reassembled receiver directly into the ac outlet.
2. Connect a 1.5k, 10w resistor paralleled by a 0.15uf. capacitor between
each exposed metallic cabinet part and a good earth ground such as a
water pipe, as shown above.
3. Use an ac voltmeter with at least 5000 ohms volt sensitivity to measure
the potential across the resistor.
4. The potential at any point should not exceed 0.75 volts. A leakage current
tester may be used to make this test; leakage current must not exceed
0.5 milliamps. If a measurement is outside of the specified limits, there is
a possibility of shock hazard. The receiver should be repaired and
rechecked before returning it to the customer.
5. Repeat the above procedure with the ac plug reversed.( Note: An ac
adapter is necessary when a polarized plug is used. Do not defeat the
polarizing feature of the plug.)
Picture Tube Replacement
The primary source of X-radiation in this television receiver is the picture
tube. The picture tube utilized in this chassis is specially constructed to limit
X-radiation emissions. For continued X-radiation protection, the replacement
tube must be the same type as the original, including suffix letter, or a Philips
approved type.
Parts Replacement
Many electrical and mechanical parts in Philips television sets have special
safety related characteristics. These characteristics are often not evident from
visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be
obtained by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage,
etc. The use of a substitute part which does not have the same safety
characteristics as the Philips recommended replacement part shown in this
service manual may create shock, fire, or other hazards

WARNING : Before removing the CRT anode cap, turn the unit OFF and short the HIGH VOLTAGE to the CRT DAG ground.
SERVICE NOTE : The CRT DAG is not at chassis ground.

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PIPE
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