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Colour Television Chassis

LC4.1E
AB

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1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis 9. Circuit Descriptions, Abbreviation List, and IC Data
Overview 2 Sheets 52
2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes 5 Abbreviation List 56
3. Directions for Use 7 IC Data Sheets 58
4. Mechanical Instructions 8 10. Spare Parts List 61
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 10 11. Revision List 64
6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and
Waveforms
Wiring Diagram 17
Block Diagram Audio & Video 18
Block Diagram Scaler & Supply 19
Test Point Overview SSB (Top Side) 20
Testpoint Overview SSB (Bottom Side) 21
Testpoint Overview Front IR / LED Panel 22
I2C Overview 23
Supply Voltage Overview 24
7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing PWB
SSB: Tuner + VIF (B1) 25 35-36
SSB: Hercules (B2) 26 35-36
SSB: Hercules (B3) 27 35-36
SSB: Audio Amplifier + Processing (B4) 28 35-36
SSB: TV Supply (B5) 29 35-36
SSB: Scaler (B6) 30 35-36
SSB: Scaler (B7) 31 35-36
SSB: Scaler I/O (B8) 32 35-36
SSB: Supply (B9) 33 35-36
SSB: Rear I/O Scart (B10) 34 35-36
Side I/O Panel (D) 37 38
Keyboard Control Panel (E) 39 39
Top Control Panel (E) 40 40
Audio Amplifier (I) 41 42
Front IR / LED Panel (ME5FL) (J) 43 43
Front IR / LED Panel (26” & 32”) (ME5P) (J) 44 44
8. Alignments 45

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Published by WS 0668 TV Service Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 15311
EN 2 1. LC4.1E AB Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview

1. Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview


Index of this chapter: 1.1.3 Miscellaneous
1.1 Technical Specifications
1.2 Connection Overview Power supply:
1.3 Chassis Overview - Mains voltage (VAC) : 110 - 240

Notes: - Mains frequency (Hz) : 50 / 60


• Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.
• Specifications are indicative (subject to change).
Ambient conditions:
- Temperature range (°C) : +5 to +45
1.1 Technical Specifications - Maximum humidity : 90% R.H.

1.1.1 Vision Power consumption (values are indicative)


- Normal operation (W) : ≈ 42/55
Display type : LCD VGA Active
Matrix TFT Dimensions (WxHxD cm) : 37.5x37.5x16.9 (15”)
Screen size : 15” (38 cm), 4:3 : 50.6x49.0x24.6
: 20” (51 cm), 4:3
Resolution (HxV pixels) : 1024x768 (15”) Weight (kg) : 4/5 (15”) 8/1 (20”)
: 640x80 (20”)
Contrast ratio : 500:1 (15”)
: 800:1 (20”)
1.2 Connection Overview
Response time (ms) : 16
Viewing angle (HxV degrees) : 140x125 (15”) Note: The following connector colour abbreviations are used
: 178x178 (20”) (acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Gy=
Tuning system : PLL Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, and Ye= Yellow.
TV Colour systems : PAL B/G, D/K, I
: SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L’ 1.2.1 Front / Side Connections
Video playback : NTSC M/N 3.58, 4.43
: PAL B/G
: SECAM L/L’
HEADPHONE
Supported computer formats : VGA 640x480
: (15” & 20”) AUDIO R IN
: VGA 720x400 (15”)
AUDIO L IN
: MAC 640x480
: (15” & 20”) VIDEO IN
: SVGA 800x600 (15”) S-VIDEO
: XVGA 1024x768 (15”)
DVI
: MAC 832x624 (15”) AUDIO IN
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Supported video formats : 640x480p - 2fH
: (15” & 20”) Figure 1-1 Side I/O
: 720x576p - 2fH
: (15” & 20”) 1.2.2 Rear Connections
: 1280x720p - 3fH
: (15”)
: 1920x1080i - 2fH ComPair
(15”) CONNECTOR
: AERIAL IN FM ANT SCART 1 DVI
Presets/channels : 99 presets
Tuner bands : VHF
: UHF
: S-band
: Hyper-band
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: FM-radio (depending
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Figure 1-2 Rear I/O
1.1.2 Sound
Aerial - In
Sound systems : FM-stereo B/G - - IEC-type (EU) Coax, 75 ohm D
: NICAM B/G, D/K, I, L
: AV Stereo, Virtual
Aerial: FM Radio
Dolby Surround
- - IEC-type Coax, 75 ohm D
Maximum power (WRMS) : 2x2/2x5

Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In


Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm jq
Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm jq
Technical Specifications, Connections, and Chassis Overview LC4.1E AB 1. EN 3

S-Video (Hosiden): Video Y/C - In DVI-I: Digital/Analogue Video - In


1 - Ground Y Gnd H
2 - Ground C Gnd H 1 8 C1 C2
9 16 C5
3 - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 ohm j 17 24
C3 C4
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Mini Jack: Audio Head phone - Out Figure 1-4 DVI-I connector
Bk - Head phone 32 - 600 ohm / 10 mW ot
1 - D2- j
Service Connector (ComPair) 2 - D2+ j
1 - SDA-S I2C Data (0 - 5 V) jk 3 - Shield Gnd H
2 - SCL-S I2C Clock (0 - 5 V) j 4 - D4- j
3 - Ground Gnd H 5 - D4+ j
6 - DDC_SCL DDC clock k
Service Connector (UART) 7 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
1 - UART_TX Transmit k 8 - V-sync 0-5V j
2 - Ground Gnd H 9 - D1- j
3 - UART_RX Receive j 10 - D1+ j
11 - Shield Gnd H
Mini jack: DVI Audio - In 12 - D3- j
1 - Audio - R jq 13 - D3+ j
2 - Audio - L jq 14 - +5V j
3 - Ground Gnd H 15 - Ground Gnd H
16 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j
EXT1: Video RGB/YC - In, CVBS - In/Out, Audio - In/Out 17 - D0- j
18 - D0+ j
19 - Shield Gnd H
20 2
20 - D5- j
21 - D5+ j
22 - Shield Gnd H
23 - CLK+ j
21 1 24 - CLK- j
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C2 - Video Green 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm j
Figure 1-3 SCART connector C3 - Video Blue 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm j
C4 - H-sync 0-5V j
C5 - Ground Gnd H
1 - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm k
2 - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm j
3 - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 1 kohm k
4 - Ground Audio Gnd H
5 - Ground Blue Gnd H
6 - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm j
7 - Video Blue/C-out 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm jk
8 - Function Select 0 - 2 V: INT
4.5 - 7 V: EXT 16:9
9.5 - 12 V: EXT 4:3 j
9 - Ground Green Gnd H
10 - n.c.
11 - Video Green 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm j
12 - n.c.
13 - Ground Red Gnd H
14 - Ground P50 Gnd H
15 - Video Red/C 0.7 VPP / 75 ohm j
16 - Status/FBL 0 - 0.4 V: INT
1 - 3 V: EXT / 75 ohm j
17 - Ground Video Gnd H
18 - Ground FBL Gnd H
19 - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm k
20 - Video CVBS/Y 1 VPP / 75 ohm j
21 - Shield Gnd H
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1.3 Chassis Overview

TOP CONTROL PANEL E

LCD PANEL

TV & SCALER
BOARD B
AMPLIFIER
PANEL I
FRONT IR / LED
J PANEL
SIDE IO PANEL D
POWER SUPPLY
UNIT

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Figure 1-5 PWB locations (depending on model)


Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes LC4.1E AB 2. EN 5

2. Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes


Index of this chapter: Service Default Mode (see chapter 5) with a colour bar
2.1 Safety Instructions signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated
2.2 Warnings otherwise) and picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or
2.3 Notes 61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3).
• Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
2.1 Safety Instructions voltages in the power supply section both in normal
operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are
Safety regulations require the following during a repair: indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.
• Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation • The semiconductors indicated in the circuit diagram and in
transformer (> 800 VA). the parts lists, are interchangeable per position with the
• Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h, semiconductors in the unit, irrespective of the type
only by components identical to the original ones. Any indication on these semiconductors.
other component substitution (other than original type) may
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard. 2.3.2 Schematic Notes

Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be


• All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
the following points:
indicates 2.2 kohm).
• Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
• Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
mounted cable clamps.
either an "E" or an "R" (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220
• Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
ohm).
external damage.
• All capacitor values are given in micro-farads (µ= x10-6),
• Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
nano-farads (n= x10-9), or pico-farads (p= x10-12).
proper function.
• Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
• Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have
• An "asterisk" (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply):
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
• The correct component values are listed in the Spare Parts
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
List. Therefore, always check this list when there is any
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the "on" position
doubt.
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!).
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the 2.3.3 Rework on BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 Mohm and 12 Mohm. General
4. Switch "off" the set, and remove the wire between the Although (LF)BGA assembly yields are very high, there may
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. still be a requirement for component rework. By rework, we
• Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any mean the process of removing the component from the PWB
inner parts by the customer. and replacing it with a new component. If an (LF)BGA is
removed from a PWB, the solder balls of the component are
deformed drastically so the removed (LF)BGA has to be
2.2 Warnings discarded.

• All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to Device Removal
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling As is the case with any component that, is being removed, it is
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, essential when removing an (LF)BGA, that the board, tracks,
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as solder lands, or surrounding components are not damaged. To
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep remove an (LF)BGA, the board must be uniformly heated to a
components and tools also at this same potential. Available temperature close to the reflow soldering temperature. A
ESD protection equipment: uniform temperature reduces the risk of warping the PWB.
– Complete kit ESD3 (small tablemat, wristband, To do this, we recommend that the board is heated until it is
connection box, extension cable and earth cable) 4822 certain that all the joints are molten. Then carefully pull the
310 10671. component off the board with a vacuum nozzle. For the
– Wristband tester 4822 344 13999. appropriate temperature profiles, see the IC data sheet.
• Be careful during measurements in the high voltage
section.
Area Preparation
• Never replace modules or other components while the unit
When the component has been removed, the vacant IC area
is switched "on". must be cleaned before replacing the (LF)BGA.
• When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools.
Removing an IC often leaves varying amounts of solder on the
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a
mounting lands. This excessive solder can be removed with
circuit becoming unstable. either a solder sucker or solder wick. The remaining flux can be
removed with a brush and cleaning agent.
2.3 Notes After the board is properly cleaned and inspected, apply flux on
the solder lands and on the connection balls of the (LF)BGA.
Note: Do not apply solder paste, as this has been shown to
2.3.1 General
result in problems during re-soldering.

• Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the


Device Replacement
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending
The last step in the repair process is to solder the new
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms
component on the board. Ideally, the (LF)BGA should be
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
EN 6 2. LC4.1E AB Safety Instructions, Warnings, and Notes

aligned under a microscope or magnifying glass. If this is not • Use only original spare-parts listed in the Service-Manuals.
possible, try to align the (LF)BGA with any board markers. Not listed standard material (commodities) has to be
So as not to damage neighbouring components, it may be purchased at external companies.
necessary to reduce some temperatures and times. • Special information for lead-free BGA ICs: these ICs will be
delivered in so-called "dry-packaging" to protect the IC
More Information against moisture. This packaging may only be opened
For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this shortly before it is used (soldered). Otherwise the body of
URL: www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com (needs subscription, the IC gets "wet" inside and during the heating time the
not available for all regions). After login, select “Magazine”, structure of the IC will be destroyed due to high (steam-)
then go to “Repair downloads”. Here you will find Information pressure inside the body. If the packaging was opened
on how to deal with BGA-ICs. before usage, the IC has to be heated up for some hours
(around 90°C) for drying (think of ESD-protection!).
2.3.4 Lead-free Solder Do not re-use BGAs at all!
• For sets produced before 1.1.2005, containing leaded
soldering tin and components, all needed spare parts will
Philips CE is producing lead-free sets (PBF) from 1.1.2005
be available till the end of the service period. For the repair
onwards.
of such sets nothing changes.

Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit


In case of doubt whether the board is lead-free or not (or with
serial number. Digits 5 and 6 refer to the production year, digits
mixed technologies), you can use the following method:
7 and 8 refer to production week (in example below it is 1991
• Always use the highest temperature to solder, when using
week 18).
SAC305 (see also instructions below).
• De-solder thoroughly (clean solder joints to avoid mix of
two alloys).
MODEL : 32PF9968/10 MADE IN BELGIUM
220-240V ~ 50/60Hz
Caution: For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-
128W
profile, which is coupled to the 12NC. For an overview of these
PROD.NO: AG 1A0617 000001 VHF+S+H+UHF profiles, visit the website www.atyourservice.ce.philips.com

S BJ3.0E LA
(needs subscription, but is not available for all regions)
You will find this and more technical information within the
"Magazine", chapter "Repair downloads".
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For additional questions please contact your local repair help
desk.

Figure 2-1 Serial number example


2.3.5 Practical Service Precautions
Regardless of the special lead-free logo (which is not always
indicated), one must treat all sets from this date onwards • It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock.
according to the rules as described below. While some sources are expected to have a possible
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard.
• Always respect voltages. While some may not be
P dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected

b reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a


powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation.
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution.

Figure 2-2 Lead-free logo

Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected


by the workshop during a repair:
• Use only lead-free soldering tin Philips SAC305 with order
code 0622 149 00106. If lead-free solder paste is required,
please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
store and to handle.
• Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
– To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400°C.
– To stabilise the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
– To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
• Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
360°C - 380°C is reached and stabilised at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400°C, otherwise wear-out of
tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch “off” unused equipment or
reduce heat.
• Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
Directions for Use LC4.1E AB 3. EN 7

3. Directions for Use


You can download this information from the following websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com
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4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter: 4.2 Rear Cover Removal
4.1 Service Position
4.2 Rear Cover Removal
4.3 Power Supply Unit Removal
4.4 Small Signal Board Removal
4.5 Side I/O Panel Removal
4.7 LED/IR Panel Removal
4.8 Audio Amplifier Panel Removal
4.9 Exchanging the LCD Panel
4.10 Re-Assembly
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Note: Figures below can deviate from the actual situation, due
to different set executions.

Note: To diagnose the set with ComPair it is not needed to


open the set entirely.
To access the ComPair connector, proceed with the following:
1. Manually unlock and remove the cover cap.
2. Remove the tape shielding that covers the ComPair
connector (1).
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Note: Make sure that both the ComPair connector and the
UART connector are shielded off with a piece of insulating tape
Figure 4-3 Rear cover removal
after repair for ESD reasons. Place this tape over the holes in
the rear cover of the set.
1. Make sure all power-, audio-, video- and coax- cables are
unplugged.
2. Remove all Torx screws (1) around the edges of the rear
cover.
3. Remove the rear cover and store it in a safe place.

1 4.3 Power Supply Unit Removal

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Figure 4-1 ComPair connector

4.1 Service Position 1

4.1.1 Foam Bars

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Figure 4-4 Power supply unit (depending on model)

1. Disconnect all cables from the Power supply unit.


2. Remove all mounting screws (1) from the Power supply
unit.
3. Take out the Power supply unit.

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Figure 4-2 Foam bars

The foam bars (order code 3122 785 90580) can be used for
all types and sizes of Flat TVs. By laying the plasma or LCD TV
flat on the (ESD protective) foam bars, a stable situation is
created to perform measurements and alignments. By placing
a mirror under the TV, you can easily monitor the screen.
Mechanical Instructions LC4.1E AB 4. EN 9

4.4 Small Signal Board Removal 4.8 Audio Amplifier Panel Removal

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1. Disconnect all cables from the Small signal board. Figure 4-7 Audio amplifier panel removal (depending on model)
2. Remove the screw from the grounding cable (1).
3. Remove the two fixation screws from the DVI connector. 1. Disconnect all cables from the audio amplifier panel.
4. Remove the mounting screw (2) and remove the board. 2. Remove all mounting screws from the audio amplifier panel
(1).
3. Unlock the panel by twisting back the clamp at the bottom
4.5 Side I/O Panel Removal (2).
4. Take out the audio amplifier panel.

4.9 Exchanging the LCD Panel

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Figure 4-6 Side I/O panel removal

1. Disconnect all cables from the Side I/O panel.


2. Remove the mounting screw (1).
3. Unlock the panel by twisting back the clamp at the bottom
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Figure 4-8 Exchanging the LCD panel


4.6 Top Control Panel Removal
1. Disconnect all cables from the LCD Panel.
1. Disconnect the cable from the top control panel. 2. Remove all mounting screws (1) from the metal cover.
2. Remove the two mounting screws from the top control 3. Lift and take off the metal cover.
panel. 4. Now you can exchange the LCD panel.
3. Take out the top control panel.
4.10 Re-Assembly
4.7 LED/IR Panel Removal
To re-assemble the whole set, do all processes in reverse
1. Unlock the panel by pushing against one of the fixation order.
clamps and remove the panel.
2. Disconnect the cable from the LED/IR panel. Notes:
Do not forget to replace the ground cable of the small signal
board, while mounting the screw at the board topside. See
figure “Small signal board removal”.
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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter: For Hotel TV’s, after repair, place the TV set into Hotel (iTV)
5.1 Test Points mode again. Enter the same code on the remote control as
5.2 Service Modes described above.
5.3 Problems and Solving Tips Related to CSM
5.4 Service Tools 5.2.2 Service Default Mode (SDM)
5.5 Error Codes
5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure
Purpose
5.7 Fault Finding and Repair Tips • To create a predefined setting for measurements to be
made.
5.1 Test Points • To override software protections.
• To start the blinking LED procedure.
• To inspect the error buffer.
This chassis is equipped with test points in the service printing.
• To check the life timer.
In the schematics test points are identified with a rectangle box
around Fxxx or Ixxx. These test points are specifically
mentioned in the service manual as “half moons” with a dot in Specifications
the centre. • Tuning frequency: 475.25 MHz.
Perform measurements under the following conditions: • Colour system: PAL-BG.
• Television set in Service Default Mode. • All picture settings at 50% (brightness, colour contrast,
• Video input: Colour bar signal. hue).
• Audio input: 3 kHz left channel, 1 kHz right channel. • Bass, treble and balance at 50 %; volume at 25 %.
• All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled. The
service unfriendly modes are:
5.2 Service Modes – Timer / Sleep timer.
– Child / parental lock.
Service Default mode (SDM) & Service Alignment Mode (SAM) – Blue mute.
offers several features for the service technician, while the – Hotel / hospital mode.
Customer Service Mode (CSM) & Digital Customer Service – Auto shut off (when no “IDENT” video signal is
Mode (DCSM) are used for communication between the call received for 15 minutes).
centre and the customer. – Skipping of non-favourite presets / channels.
– Auto-storage of personal presets.
This chassis also offers the option of using ComPair, a – Auto user menu time-out.
hardware interface between a computer and the TV chassis. It – Auto Volume Levelling (AVL).
offers the abilities of structured troubleshooting, error code
reading, and software version read-out for all chassis. How to enter
Minimum requirements for ComPair: a Pentium processor, a To enter SDM, use one of the following methods:
Windows OS, and a CD-ROM drive (see also paragraph • Press the following key sequence on the remote control
"ComPair"). transmitter: “062596” directly followed by the MENU button
(do not allow the display to time out between entries while
5.2.1 Hotel Mode (MTV - iTV) keying the sequence).
• Short "Service" jumpers on the small signal board during
Before access to any service menu is possible, the iTV set cold start and apply mains (see Figure "Service jumpers").
needs to be placed in MTV (Mainstream TV) mode. On the Then press the mains button (remove the short after start-
RC1683803 remote control, enter “319753” directly followed up).
by the [i+] key [1]. The TV set is now in MTV mode. Caution: Entering SDM by shorting "Service" jumpers will
override the +5V-protection. Do this only for a short period.
When doing this, the service-technician must know exactly
what he is doing, as it could damage the television set.
• Or via ComPair.

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Figure 5-1 Remote Control RC1683803


Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding LC4.1E AB 5. EN 11

After entering SAM, the following screen is visible, with SAM in


After entering SDM, the following screen is visible, with SDM in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the
the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the television is in Service Alignment Mode.
television is in Service Default Mode.

00022 LC4CEP1 1.05/S4CEX1 1.06 SAM


00022 LC4CEP1 1.05/S4CEX1 1.06 SDM ERR 0 0 0 0 0
ERR 0 0 0 0 0
OP 000 057 140 032 120 128 000 OP 000 057 140 032 120 128 000

. Clear Clear ?
. Options
. Tuner
. White Tone
. Audio
. NVM Editor
. SC NVM Editor
. ComPair Mode On

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Figure 5-4 SAM menu


Figure 5-3 SDM menu
Menu Explanation
How to Navigate 1. LLLLL. This represents the run timer. The run timer counts
Use one of the following methods: normal operation hours, but does not count standby hours.
• When you press the MENU button on the remote control, 2. AAABCD-X.Y. This is the software identification of the
the set will switch on the normal user menu in the SDM main microprocessor:
mode. – A= the project name (LC41).
• On the TV, press and hold the VOLUME DOWN and press – B= the region: E= Europe, A= Asia Pacific, U= NAFTA,
the CHANNEL DOWN for a few seconds, to switch from L= LATAM.
SDM to SAM and reverse. – C= the software diversity:
• Europe: T= 1 page TXT, F= Full TXT, V= Voice
How to Exit control.
Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button on • LATAM and NAFTA: N= Stereo non-dBx, S=
the remote control transmitter or the television set. Stereo dBx.
If you turn the television set off by removing the mains (i.e., • Asian Pacific: T= TXT, N= non-TXT, C= NTSC.
unplugging the television) without using the mains button, the • ALL regions: M= mono, D= DVD, Q= Mk2.
television set will remain in SDM when mains is re-applied, and – D= the language cluster number.
the error buffer is not cleared. – X= the main software version number (updated with a
major change that is incompatible with previous
5.2.3 Service Alignment Mode (SAM) versions).
– Y= the sub software version number (updated with a
minor change that is compatible with previous
Purpose
versions).
• To change option settings.
– EEEEEE= the scaler sw cluster
• To display / clear the error code buffer.
– F= the main sw version no.
• To perform alignments.
– GG= the sub-version no.
3. SAM. Indication of the Service Alignment Mode.
Specifications 4. Error Buffer. Shows all errors detected since the last time
• Operation hours counter (maximum five digits displayed). the buffer was erased. Five errors possible.
• Software version, Error codes, and Option settings display. 5. Option Bytes. Used to set the option bytes. See “Options”
• Error buffer clearing. in the Alignments section for a detailed description. Seven
• Option settings. codes are possible.
• AKB switching. 6. Clear. Erases the contents of the error buffer. Select the
• Software alignments (Tuner, White Tone, Geometry & CLEAR menu item and press the MENU RIGHT key. The
Audio). content of the error buffer is cleared.
• NVM Editor. 7. Options. Used to set the option bits. See “Options” in the
• ComPair Mode switching. Alignments section for a detailed description.
8. Tuner. Used to align the tuner. See “Tuner” in the
How to Enter Alignments section for a detailed description.
To enter SAM, use one of the following methods: 9. White Tone. Used to align the white tone. See “White
• Press the following key sequence on the remote control Tone” in the Alignments section for a detailed description.
transmitter: “062596" directly followed by the OSD/ 10. Audio. No audio alignment is necessary for this television
STATUS button (do not allow the display to time out set.
between entries while keying the sequence). 11. NVM Editor. Can be used to change the NVM data in the
• Or via ComPair. television set. See table “NVM data” further on.
EN 12 5. LC4.1E AB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

12. SC NVM Editor. Can be used to edit Scaler NVM. Upon entering the Customer Service Mode, the following
13. ComPaIr. Can be used to switch on the television to In screen will appear:
System Programming (ISP) mode, for software uploading
via ComPair.
Caution: When this mode is selected without ComPair 1 00022 LC4CEP1 1.05/S4CEX1 1.06 CSM
connected, the TV will be blocked. Remove the AC power 2 CODES 0 0 0 0 0
to reset the TV.
3 OP 000 057 140 032 120 128 000
How to Navigate 4 20PF8846/12
• In SAM, select menu items with the MENU UP/DOWN keys
5
on the remote control transmitter. The selected item will be
highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the screen, use 6 NOT TUNED
the MENU UP/DOWN keys to display the next / previous 7 PAL
menu items.
• With the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to: 8 STEREO
– Activate the selected menu item. 9 CO 50 CL 50 BR 50
– Change the value of the selected menu item.
– Activate the selected submenu. 0 AVL Off
• In SAM, when you press the MENU button twice, the set
will switch to the normal user menus (with the SAM mode
still active in the background). To return to the SAM menu
press the MENU or STATUS/EXIT button.
• When you press the MENU key in while in a submenu, you F_15310_003.eps
will return to the previous menu. 200605

How to Store SAM settings Figure 5-5 CSM menu


To store the settings changed in SAM mode, leave the top level
SAM menu by using the POWER button on the remote control Menu Explanation
transmitter or the television set. 1. Indication of the decimal value of the operation hours
counter, Software identification of the main microprocessor
How to Exit (see "Service Default or Alignment Mode" for an
Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button on explanation), and the service mode (CSM= Customer
the remote control transmitter or the television set. Service Mode).
If you turn the television set “off” by removing the mains (i.e., 2. Displays the last five errors detected in the error code
unplugging the television) without using the mains button, the buffer.
television set will remain in SAM when mains is re-applied, and 3. Displays the option bytes.
the error buffer is not cleared. 4. Displays the type number version of the set.
5. Reserved item for P3C call centres (AKBS stands for
5.2.4 Customer Service Mode (CSM) Advanced Knowledge Base System).
6. Indicates the television is receiving an "IDENT" signal on
Purpose the selected source. If no "IDENT" signal is detected, the
The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and display will read "NOT TUNED"
information on the TV’s operation settings. The call centre can 7. Displays the detected Colour system (e.g. PAL/NTSC).
instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to 8. Displays the detected Audio (e.g. stereo/mono).
identify the status of the set. This helps the call centre to 9. Displays the picture setting information.
diagnose problems and failures in the TV set before making a 10. Displays the sound setting information.
service call.
The CSM is a read-only mode; therefore, modifications are not How to Exit
possible in this mode. To exit CSM, use one of the following methods:
• Press the MENU, STATUS/EXIT, or POWER button on the
How to Enter remote control transmitter.
To enter CSM, press the following key sequence on the remote • Press the POWER button on the television set.
control transmitter: “123654” (do not allow the display to time
out between entries while keying the sequence).
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding LC4.1E AB 5. EN 13

5.3 Problems and Solving Tips Related to CSM Black and White Picture

5.3.1 Picture Problems If:


• The picture improves after you have pressed the AUTO
Note: The problems described below are all related to the TV PICTURE button on the remote control transmitter,
settings. The procedures used to change the value (or status)
of the different settings are described. Then:
1. Press the AUTO PICTURE button on the remote control
Picture too Dark or too Bright transmitter repeatedly (if necessary) to choose
PERSONAL picture mode.
2. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter.
If:
This brings up the normal user menu.
• The picture improves when you press the AUTO PICTURE
3. In the normal user menu, use the MENU UP/DOWN keys
button on the remote control transmitter, or
to highlight the PICTURE sub menu.
• The picture improves when you enter the Customer
4. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the PICTURE
Service Mode,
sub menu.
5. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select COLOUR.
Then: 6. Press the MENU RIGHT key to increase the COLOUR
1. Press the AUTO PICTURE button on the remote control value.
transmitter repeatedly (if necessary) to choose 7. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter
PERSONAL picture mode. twice to exit the user menu.
2. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter. 8. The new PERSONAL preference value is automatically
This brings up the normal user menu. stored.
3. In the normal user menu, use the MENU UP/DOWN keys
to highlight the PICTURE sub menu.
Menu Text not Sharp Enough
4. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the PICTURE
sub menu.
5. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys (if necessary) to select If:
BRIGHTNESS. • The picture improves after you have pressed the AUTO
6. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to increase or PICTURE button on the remote control transmitter,
decrease the BRIGHTNESS value.
7. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select PICTURE. Then:
8. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to increase or 1. Press the AUTO PICTURE button on the remote control
decrease the PICTURE value. transmitter repeatedly (if necessary) to choose
9. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter PERSONAL picture mode.
twice to exit the user menu. 2. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter.
10. The new PERSONAL preference values are automatically This brings up the normal user menu.
stored. 3. In the normal user menu, use the MENU UP/DOWN keys
to highlight the PICTURE sub menu.
White Line around Picture Elements and Text 4. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the PICTURE
sub menu.
5. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select PICTURE.
If:
6. Press the MENU LEFT key to decrease the PICTURE
The picture improves after you have pressed the AUTO
value.
PICTURE button on the remote control transmitter,
7. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter
twice to exit the user menu.
Then: 8. The new PERSONAL preference value is automatically
1. Press the AUTO PICTURE button on the remote control stored.
transmitter repeatedly (if necessary) to choose
PERSONAL picture mode.
2. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter. 5.4 Service Tools
This brings up the normal user menu.
3. In the normal user menu, use the MENU UP/DOWN keys 5.4.1 ComPair
to highlight the PICTURE sub menu.
4. Press the MENU LEFT/RIGHT keys to enter the PICTURE Introduction
sub menu. ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a service tool for Philips
5. Use the MENU UP/DOWN keys to select SHARPNESS. Consumer Electronics products. ComPair is a further
6. Press the MENU LEFT key to decrease the SHARPNESS development on the European DST (service remote control),
value. which allows faster and more accurate diagnostics. ComPair
7. Press the MENU button on the remote control transmitter has three big advantages:
twice to exit the user menu. 1. ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how
8. The new PERSONAL preference value is automatically to repair the chassis in a short time by guiding you
stored. systematically through the repair procedures.
2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics (on I2C level) and
Snowy Picture is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem areas.
Check CSM line 6. If this line reads “Not Tuned”, check the You do not have to know anything about I2C commands
following: yourself because ComPair takes care of this.
• Antenna not connected. Connect the antenna. 3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can
• No antenna signal or bad antenna signal. Connect a proper automatically communicate with the chassis (when the
antenna signal. microprocessor is working) and all repair information is
• The tuner is faulty (in this case line 2, the Error Buffer line, directly available. When ComPair is installed together with
will contain error number 10). Check the tuner and replace/ the Force/SearchMan electronic manual of the defective
repair the tuner if necessary. chassis, schematics and PWBs are only a mouse click
away.
EN 14 5. LC4.1E AB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

Specifications Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local


ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program support desk.
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
The ComPair interface box is connected to the PC via a serial 5.4.2 LVDS Tool
(or RS-232) cable.
For this chassis, the ComPair interface box and the TV
Introduction
communicate via a bi-directional service cable via the service
This service tool (also called “ComPair Assistant 1“) may help
connector(s).
you to identify, in case the TV does not show any picture,
whether the Small Signal Board (SSB) or the display of a Flat
The ComPair fault finding program is able to determine the
TV is defective.
problem of the defective television. ComPair can gather
Furthermore it is possible to program EPLDs with this tool (Byte
diagnostic information in two ways:
blaster). Read the user manual for an explanation of this
• Automatically (by communicating with the television):
feature.
ComPair can automatically read out the contents of the
entire error buffer. Diagnosis is done on I2C/UART level.
ComPair can access the I2C/UART bus of the television. Since 2004, the LVDS output connectors in our Flat TV models
ComPair can send and receive I2C/UART commands to are standardised (with some exceptions). With the two
the microcontroller of the television. In this way, it is delivered LVDS interface cables (31p and 20p) you can cover
possible for ComPair to communicate (read and write) to most chassis (in special cases, an extra cable will be offered).
devices on the I2C/UART buses of the TV-set.
• Manually (by asking questions to you): Automatic When operating, the tool will show a small (scaled) picture on
diagnosis is only possible if the micro controller of the a VGA monitor. Due to a limited memory capacity, it is not
television is working correctly and only to a certain extent. possible to increase the size when processing high-resolution
When this is not the case, ComPair will guide you through LVDS signals (> 1280x960). Below this resolution, or when a
the fault finding tree by asking you questions (e.g. Does the DVI monitor is used, the displayed picture will be full size.
screen give a picture? Click on the correct answer: YES /
NO) and showing you examples (e.g. Measure test-point I7 Generally this tool is intended to determine if the SSB is
and click on the correct oscillogram you see on the working or not. Thus to determine if LVDS, RGB, and sync
oscilloscope). You can answer by clicking on a link (e.g. signals are okay.
text or a waveform picture) that will bring you to the next
step in the fault finding process. How to Connect
By a combination of automatic diagnostics and an interactive Connections are explained in the user manual, which is packed
question / answer procedure, ComPair will enable you to find with the tool.
most problems in a fast and effective way.
Note: To use the LVDS tool, you must have ComPair release
How to Connect 2004-1 (or later) on your PC (engine version >= 2.2.05).
This is described in the chassis fault finding database in For every TV type number and screen size, one must choose
ComPair. the proper settings via ComPair. The ComPair file will be
updated regularly with new introduced chassis information.
TO TO
UART SERVICE I2C SERVICE
CONNECTOR CONNECTOR
How to Order
• LVDS tool (incl. two LVDS cables: 31p and 20p):
3122 785 90671.
• LVDS tool Service Manual:
3122 785 00810.
• LVDS cable 30p (for LC4.3):
3122 785 90820 (available soon).
• LVDS cable 41p -> 31p for HD PDPs (dual -> single LVDS):
PC VCR Power I2C
9V DC 3122 785 90830 (available soon).
E_06532_021.eps
180804
5.5 Error Codes
Figure 5-6 ComPair interface connection
The error code buffer contains all errors detected since the last
How to Order time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
• ComPair order codes (EU/AP/LATAM): right. When an error occurs that is not yet in the error code
• Starter kit ComPair32/SearchMan32 software and buffer, it is displayed at the left side and all other errors shift one
ComPair interface (excl. transformer): 3122 785 90450. position to the right.
• ComPair interface (excl. transformer): 4822 727 21631.
• Starter kit ComPair32 software (registration version): 3122 5.5.1 How to Read the Error Buffer
785 60040.
• Starter kit SearchMan32 software: 3122 785 60050. You can read the error buffer in 3 ways:
• ComPair32 CD (update): 3122 785 60070 (year 2002), • On screen via the SAM (if you have a picture).
3122 785 60110 (year 2003 onwards). Examples:
• SearchMan32 CD (update): 3122 785 60080 (year 2002), – ERROR: 0 0 0 0 0 : No errors detected
3122 785 60120 (year 2003), 3122 785 60130 (year 2004). – ERROR: 6 0 0 0 0 : Error code 6 is the last and only
• ComPair firmware upgrade IC: 3122 785 90510. detected error
• Transformer (non-UK): 4822 727 21632. – ERROR: 9 6 0 0 0 : Error code 6 was detected first and
• Transformer (UK): 4822 727 21633. error code 9 is the last detected (newest) error
• ComPair interface cable: 3122 785 90004. • Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no
• ComPair interface extension cable: 3139 131 03791. picture). See “The Blinking LED Procedure”.
• ComPair UART interface cable: 3122 785 90630. • Via ComPair.
Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding LC4.1E AB 5. EN 15

5.5.2 How to Clear the Error Buffer • 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
• 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
The error code buffer is cleared in the following cases: • 1 long blink of 1.5 seconds to finish the sequence,
• By using the CLEAR command in the SAM menu: • The sequence starts again at 12 short blinks.
– To enter SAM, press the following key sequence on the
remote control transmitter: “062596” directly followed
5.7 Fault Finding and Repair Tips
by the OSD/STATUS button (do not allow the display
to time out between entries while keying the
sequence). Notes:
– Make sure the menu item CLEAR is highlighted. Use • It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly
the MENU UP/DOWN buttons, if necessary. with correct values and no bad solder joints.
– Press the MENU RIGHT button to clear the error • Before any fault finding actions, check if the correct options
buffer. The text on the right side of the “CLEAR” line will are set.
change from “CLEAR?” to “CLEARED”
• If the contents of the error buffer have not changed for 50 5.7.1 NVM Editor
hours, the error buffer resets automatically.
In some cases, it can be handy if one directly can change the
Note: If you exit SAM by disconnecting the mains from the NVM contents. This can be done with the “NVM Editor” in SAM
television set, the error buffer is not reset. mode.

5.5.3 Error Codes 5.7.2 Tuner and IF

In case of non-intermittent faults, write down the errors present No Picture in RF Mode
in the error buffer and clear the error buffer before you begin 1. Check whether picture is present in AV. If not, go to Video
the repair. This ensures that old error codes are no longer processing troubleshooting section.
present. 2. If present, check that the Option settings are correct.
If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In 3. Check that all supply voltages are present.
some situations, an error code is only the result of another error 4. Check if I2C lines are working correctly (3.3V).
and not the actual cause of the problem (for example, a fault in 5. Manually store a known channel and check if there is IF
the protection detection circuitry can also lead to a protection). output at Tuner pin 11.
6. Feed in 105 dBuV at Tuner pin 11 and check whether there
Table 5-1 Error code overview is RGB output from Video Processing IC. If yes, Tuner may
be defect. Change Tuner.
Error Device Error description Check item Diagram
0 Not applicable No Error Sound in Picture Problem for L' System (Rolling Horizontal
1 Not applicable - - - Lines)
2 Not applicable - - - 1. Check whether AGC L' in Sam mode is set to 0.
3 Not applicable - - - 2. If yes, align the set to correct value.
4 GM5221 I2C error while communicating 7401 A6
with the Genesis Scaler 7403
Required System is not Selected Correctly
and/or Flash-ROM is faulty/
empty 1. Check whether the Service jumper (#4022, 08 05 size) is
5 Not applicable +5v protection 7930 A6 present. If yes, remove it.
6 I2C bus General I2C error 7011, 3083, A2 2. Check whether SEL_IF pin is according to what is
3084 specified.
7 Not applicable - - -
8 M24C32 I2C error while communicating 7402 A7 5.7.3 Video Processing
with the Scaler EEPROM
9 M24C16 I2C error while communicating 7099 A2
with the EEPROM No Power
10 Tuner I2C error while communicating 1302, 3302, A1 1. Check +12 V and 3V3 at position 1910.
with the PLL tuner 3303, 3327 2. If no supply, check the connector 1910.
11 Not applicable - - - 3. If it is correct, check the power supply board.
12 Not applicable - - -
13 Not applicable - - - Power Supply is Correct But no Green Light
1. Check the two connectors 1007 and 1008, if they are
properly inserted.
5.6 The Blinking LED Procedure 2. If they are inserted correctly, check if the 3V3 is present.

Using this procedure, you can make the contents of the error No Picture Display
buffer visible via the front LED. This is especially useful when 1. Check the RGB signal.
there is no picture. 2. If it is present, check pin 3 of IC7006 (NE555).
3. If it has output, the problem is in SCALER part.
When the SDM is entered, the front LED will blink the contents 4. Otherwise, check H-out on pin 2 of NE555. If the input
of the error-buffer: signal of pin2 is present, but no output, the IC is defect.
• The Led blinks with as many pulses as the error code
number, followed by a time period of 1.5 seconds, in which Note:
the Led is off. • If the H-out (pin 67) doesn’t have signal or the level is low,
• Then this sequence starts is repeated. check the output of NE555 (pin 3) during start up.
Any RC5 command terminates this sequence. • If the H-out (pin 67) has a signal (or has a signal for a very
short time), change IC7006 (NE555).
Example of error buffer: 12 9 6 0 0
After entering SDM, the following occurs: No TV but PC is Present
• 1 long blink of 5 seconds to start the sequence,
1. Check if HSYNC and VSYNC are present at PIN 3 of 7007
• 12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds,
and 7005.
EN 16 5. LC4.1E AB Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding

2. If they are present, check RGB output.


3. If there is no RGB output, the IC TDA120xx can be failed.

Comb Filter not Working


1. Check the option bit 5 in SAM.

5.7.4 Power Supply

Check Fuses
This power supply contains three fuses. One is near the mains
inlet (marked on the board as 1102) and two other are near the
output connectors (marked 1610 and 1660).

1. Check with power supply in off state by means of ohmic


measurement.
2. Fuse 1102 may open in case of severe lightning strikes
and/or failures in the power supply. Despite the fact, that
this fuse is mounted in a fuse holder and the marking text
on the board, it is not meant to be field replaceable.
3. Fuses 1610 and 1660 may open in case a severe overload
of the 12 V outputs. Replacement of the power supply is
needed, but not before the cause of the overload
conditions is resolved.

Standby Mode
1. Apply a 12 ohm load resistor of sufficient power rating to all
outputs (+3 V3, +12 VAL, +12 VL and +24 V). Connect the
STBY pin to GND.
2. Over an input voltage range of 90 V_ac to 264 V_ac only
the +3 V3 output shall be up and within regulation (±5%).
The voltage on the POWER DOWN pin shall be < 0.3 V at
an input voltage below 160 V_ac, and 3.3 V ±10% at an
input voltage higher than 240 V_ac.

Normal Mode:
1. Apply a 12 ohm load resistor of sufficient power rating to all
outputs (+3 V3, +12 VAL, +12 VL and +24 V). Connect the
STBY pin to the +3 V3 output.
2. Over an input voltage range of 90 V _ac to 264 V_ac all
outputs shall be up and within regulation (±5%). The
voltage on the POWER DOWN pin shall be 3.3 V ±10%
over the entire input voltage range. Additionally, the
voltage on the big capacitor mounted flat on the PWB shall
be 400 V ±10%
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 17

6. Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms


Wiring Diagram

E TOP CONTROL 1308


2P

LCD SCREEN
TTL (LVDS) CONNECTION

Rigth Left
Speaker Speaker
INVERTER
1706
BACK I AUDIO AMPLIFIER
5P
(5W)
12P
LIGHT
CONNECTION
LCD SCREEN
1910 1206 1951

1200 B SSB 12P 5P 5P

1402
1704 1703
40P
5P 2P
1701 1007
3P 6P 2P 1008

7011 7401

1401
4P 1010

TUNER

10P
FOR 2x5W

D SIDE I/O
1105

4P
1110 1107

3P

5P
1001 FOR 2x2W
POWER
BACK
IN
LIGHT
1108
CONNECTION

10P
6P
LCD SCREEN
1870

1111
J FRONT

4P
IR/LED F_15310_034.eps
171105
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 18

Block Diagram Audio & Video


HERCULES (IF+VIDEO)
B1
A3 TUNER + IF B2
7011
+5VSW +VTUN
F312 TDA120001H1 7014
1328 VIF2
I044
F306 2321 4327 2 7 104 CON BRI EF
1302 6,7 9 Input R_SDTV
11 Sound CVBS1 sw.
TV RO 44 7013 TO
4331 8 VIF1 105 Tr aps I041
3 RGB Matrix RGB Matrix EF B8
FM 10 Blue & Black Blue & Black GO 43 G_SDTV
F305 F313 cvbs/y Stretch Stretch 7012 SEE

4 3311 Gamma Corr. Gamma Corr. BO 42 I039 BLOCKDIAGRAM


SCL 5 1 RF_AGC 98 AGC EF SCALER
Yint B_SDTV
B1 SDA Detect CVBS/Y- X
INA..D Dig. 2H/4H
2
COMPAIR

R_OSD

G_OSD

Fast Blanking
B_OSD
99 Combfilter
1 F314 QSS/FM Y Delay Adj. Skin Tone
6323 1330 QSS Mixer/
3 4333 7 S IF2 Chroma U/V Tint
2 100 AM Demod.
AM C-X Saturation SAT
1331 c
7316 4334 3 8 S IF1

SSIF 3323 YUV


B2 +5VSW PA L/NTSC/ Uint
F315
7320 SECAM
CS1A..D Decoder &
SEL_IF H/V Peaking
B2 Vint SCAVEM
Baseband SCAVEM
Delay U/V Delay on Text
Output
sw. cvbs/y

CVBS_SC1_AV1_IN 74
YUV IN/OUT
B10
A3 REAR IO SCART
AV3_CVBS_Y_IN 71 Sync Sep
HOUT 62 H_CS_SDTV
B8
10 CVBS_SC1_AV1_IN H-OSC
RGB/YPRPB Insert H-Shift
SCART 1 + YUV Interface
H/V
H-Drive
FB/SC 66
21

CVBS/Y-X
20 CVBS-In 10
9 TER-Out

C-X
FBL-In AV3_C_IN 70
7 R-In VDRA 106
7101 Vertical & East-
6 G-In EF West Geometry

INSSW3
9 SC1 _CVBS_RF_OU
T SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT 86 VDRB V_SDTV

B/Pb-3
107

R/Pr-3
B8

UOUT
YOUT

VOUT
G/Y3
Status

UIN
VIN

YIN
5 B-In cvbs
L-In

2 L-Out 52 51 50 49 55 54 53 59 58 57
2 R-In SC1_FBL_IN
1 R-Out 1
7 SC1_R_V_IN
6 SC1_G_Y_ IN 2057
5 SC1_B_U_IN
2056
5013
B2
LR_SC1_AV1_IN Y_NOTCH
2027
2 L
B6
SC1_LR_RF-OUT
1 R SECAM
only

D SIDE I/O (AV Part)


1108 1010 AUDIO AMPLIFIER (2X2W) SIDE AV
C 4 4 AV3_C_IN B4 (14, 15, and 17’’)
AUD_SUP D (LS CONN. PART)
4 3 Y/CVBS 2 2 AV3_CVBS_Y_IN 7712
SVHS TDA1517ATW 15,16
2 1 AV3_LR_IN
7101 I706 I710 1701 1110
5 2718 2736
AUDOUT SL 3 8,9 1 1
CVBS
PC_AUDIO_LR
2 2
6 6
I707 I711
2712 2737
L AUDOUT SR 18 12,13 3 3
7 7 7702
R 7703
9 9 STANDBY
L B2 17
SVHS MUTE MUTE MODE
AUDIO IN
R 10 10 1706 OR
STANDBY 1
B2
AUDOUT SL AUDOUT SL 2 1105
1106 4
HERCULES (AUDIO)
B2 AUDOUT SR
7706
3 HEADPHONE
3 R
4Ω/2W
74LVCO8AD AUDOUT SR 4 OR
2
SOUND_ENABLE 8Ω/5V
1 MUTE MUTE L
3 5 1
7011 - SOUND POWER_DOWN 2 &
QSS/FM B2 7710
12
11 OUT_MUTE
AD Conv I2S Proc 61 AUDOUTLSR EXT_MUTE 13 &
Std Stereo OR
SSIF(Tuner FM) 33
B1 Decoder 60 AUDOUTLSL
Audio
Control
Vol/Treb/
L/R_SC1_AV1_IN 34,35 Bass
AUDIO AMPLIFIER (2x5W) 20 & 23’’
Features
DACs
I 7709 1704
AV3_LR_IN 49,50 TDA7297D 1107
1 1706 STANDBY 19 L+ 1
Audio Select 62,63 1
56,57 ADC/DAC 2 AUDOUT SL 14 16 L- 2 2

PC_AUDIO_LR 3 AUDOUT SR 7 3 3
53,54
4 9 2 R+ 4 4
7703-1
36,37 5 MUTE 8 5 R- 5
SC1_LR_RF_OUT 5
7370
OUT_MUTE 1703
FROM 1,2-1200 AUD_SUP
INVERTER PANEL
7703-2 F_15310_035.eps
210306
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 19

Block Diagram Scaler & Supply


B8 SCALER-IO
1485 B6 SCALER (ANA IN) B7 SCALER (LVDS, TTL OUT)
F534
1404
28 HS_PC 7401 1
PAN_VCC
27 GM5221
B_Pb_PC 2
26 G_Y_PC 7461
FROM R_SDTV 27 22 LV_E0_TX0- LV_E0_TX0- 3
25 R_Pr_OC B2
C5 G_SDTV 3 151
C1 C2

C3 C4 see 17 R_MUX R_MUX 21 LV_E1_TX0+ EG1 LV_E1_TX0+ 4


blockdiagram B_SDTV 7 ANALOG
24 VIDEO 14 G_MUX G_MUX 147 EG0
RXCn B6 R_Pr_OC 25 INPUT LVDS
16
24
8

To LCD MONITOR (LVDS)


23 RXCp 11 B_MUX B_MUX 142 PORT Tx 20 LV_E2_TX1- LV_E2_TX1- 6
B6 G_Y_PC 1
B_Pb_PC 5 3523 2523 R_PR- 152 19 LV_E3_TX1+ ER7 LV_E3_TX1+ 8
18 RX0p
B6
+
HD_FILT ER 21 3524 2524 G_Y- 148 ER6
17 RX0n
B6 23
SD_PCHD_SEL 22 3527 2527 B_PB- TRIPLE 18 LV_E4_TX2- LV_E4_TX2- 10
B7 143
10 RX1p ADC
17
1
9

B6 17 LV_E5_TX2+ ER5 LV_E5_TX2+ 12


9 PC_HD_SEL 181
RX1n
B6 &
DVI-I 182 PLL ER4
CONNECTOR 8 VS_PC 18
7463 7403 14 LV_E8_TX3- LV_E6_TX3-
2 7510 F499 M29W040B-55k1
RX2p H_CS_SDTV 13
B6 14 1 2 3 4 CS_HSYNC 13 LV_E9_TX3+ ER1 LV_E7_TX3+ 20
1 RX2n B2 V_SDTV 1
B6 DATA
HS_PC 12 FLASH ER0
15 F503 ROM ROM
VS_PC 2 VSYNC 16 LV_E6_TXC- LV_E8_TXC- 14
5 6 9 8 512kx8 INTERFACE
TOP CONTROL HERCULES ADDRESS
E B3 (FRONT CONTROL LOOP THROUGH)
B7
10,11
SD_PCHD_SEL
7516 B7
15 LV_E7_TXC+ ER3 LV_E9_TXC+ 16

5x MK1575-01 ER2
7510
12 FBIN FBIN
1402
+3V3STBY +5VSW CLOCK 38 LV_O0
1308 1008 H_CS_SDTV 11 12 EB3
CHANNEL + B2 RECOVERY 1
CHANNEL- PLL 2 PLL_SEL VIDEO 37 LV_O1
KEYBOARD 2 2 KEYBOARD 3062 6060 EB2
VOLUME+
VOLUME- 7060 36 LV_O2 17
PLL_SEL EB1
POWER B7 35 LV_O3
EB0 19
169
FRONT IR/LED
J 1403
CLK_SYN
34 LV_O4
EG7
21

To LCD MONITOR (TTL)


7802 14M31818 33 LV_O5
24x 23
1870 1007 EG6
RC 1

(MAINLY FOR 20”)


170
RECEIVER 1 1 KEYBOARD 32 LV_O6 25
N.C. EG5
2 2 31 LV_O7 27
EG4
3802 RXCn 133
+3V3STBY IR 3 3 IR B8 30 LV_O8 29
RXCp 132 EG3
7803 B8 29 LV_O9 31
LED_SEL 4 4 LED_SEL EG2
7801 B2 RX0p 128
B8 FED 33
+3V3STBY
5 5
+3V3STBY
RX0n 129 DVI
6801 B8 43 PD20
INPUT EB4 FHSYNC 35
GREEN RED PC_TV_LED 6 6 PC_TV_LED 123 44 PD21
RX1p
B8 EB5 FVSYNC 37
RX1n 124 45 PD22
B8 EB6
7804 46 PD23 FSSYNC 39
RX2p 118 EB7
B8 PAN_VCC 38,36 42
RX2n 119
B8 47 FED
48 FHSYNC
49 FVSYNC

B2 HERCULES (CONTROL)
7011
SDM PINS
4015 D SIDE AV
55 FSHCLK

u-Processor
(UART PART) 67 PANEL_PWR_CTL
B9
114 SEL_IF 1111 1401 7402 LAMP_ON_OFF
B1 68
1 1 M24C32 B5
111 SOUND_ENABLE 1112 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY SDA_IO
B3 3123
KEYBOARD 120 1 2 2 EEPROM SCL_IO TV_SC_COM
107 PC-TV-LED (NVM) 81
B2
115 UART 3124 4kx8 WC
2 3 3 82 TV_IRQ
CONN. B2
IR 97 108 SCL
B1 FOR SYSTEM
83 FBIN
119 SERVICE 3 4 4 3430 B6 B8
HERCULES 109 SDA SDA PC_DET
B7 85
B8 STATU S_1 116 IC 5 6 B8
B2 3431 88 SD_PCHD_SEL
P50_LINE_ITV_IR_SW 123 7099 SCL B8
B3
104 NVM_WP 7 NVM 90 POWER_DOWN
3442 B2 B3 B5
2k x 8
B5 TV-SUPPLY JTAG_SDL_UART_TX
98
7437
BACK_LIGHT_ADJ1
3441 B5
102 EXT_MUTE JTAG_SCL_UART_RX
B3 3936
100 BACK_LIGHT_ADJ2
99 TV_SC_COM B5
3,93,96 B5 3937 PLL_SEL
+1V8_A 101 B8
7936
98 TV_IRQ 7930 1
100,117,118,124 B5 1910 F903 8
+1V8_B
122 STANDBY 1
AUD_SUP S Q
B3 B4 SUPPLY
HERC_RESET 127 P1.4
126 6073 2
F905
R 2 B9 7955
F954
POWER_DOWN
B4 B5 3
128 6076 3 7 OSC 3 2 +1V8
2931

+3V3STBY
5931

DECDIG 14 DECDIG +3V3STBY


4 6930
1001 4 REF
4,5,7,9,88,90,94 2007 +3V3STBY 3931 2997
+3V3STBY 10 1
VCC
5 F913
15,69,82 11 5930 6 5
+5VSW 5932
2006 6 +5VSW

7 F911
HERCULES (SUPPLY) F906 5910
B3 7001,7003 F014
FROM
SUPPLY 8
+12VSW
3910
6910
+VTUN

+3V3STBY PANEL F907


+1V8_A 9 7910
POWER_DOWN B2 B3 B4 6911
+1V8_B 10
7070 STANDBY B2 7920
DECDIG F015 11 5920 1
BACK_LIGHT_ADJ1 B7 3 +8VSW_TV
HERC_RESET 12 F912
LAMP_ON_OFF B7 2921
2 F_15310_036.eps
300605
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 20

Test Point Overview SSB (Top Side)

F528 B6
X1 SERVICE TESTPOINT F529 B6
F530 B5
F531 B5
F532 B5
F535 B6
F536 B5
F537 B6
F538 B6
F539 B6
I414 B5
I416 B5
I418 B5
I420 B5
I422 B5

X1

X1

500mV / div DC
5ms / div

F_15310_025.eps
3139 123 6019.1 270605
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 21

Testpoint Overview SSB (Bottom Side)

F002 C4 F478 E1 I094 B4 I909 A6


F003 B2 F479 E1 I096 B4 I910 B6
F004 A3 F480 E1 I098 A3 I911 B6
F005 D4 F481 E1 I101 E4 I912 B6
F006 D3 F484 E1 I102 E4 I951 B1
F007 E2 F485 E1 I103 E4 I952 A1
F009 A3 F487 E2 I104 E3 I953 A1
F013 B3 F489 D1 I105 E3 I954 A1
F014 B5 F497 D2 I106 E3 I955 A1
F015 B4 F498 E2 I107 E3 I956 B2
F017 A2 F499 C1 I108 E3 I957 A2
F018 A3 F501 D1 I109 E3
F020 B3 F502 D3 I110 E2
F021 B3 F503 C1 I111 E2
F022 B4 F504 D1 I112 E4
F023 C2 F505 D1 I113 D4
F026 C3 F506 E2 I114 E4
F029 D3 F507 E2 I115 D3
F034 D3 F533 B1 I116 E3
F040 D4 F534 B2 I301 D5
F041 D4 F707 B4 I302 D5
F042 D3 F708 A4 I303 D5
F043 D3 F710 A5 I304 D5
F044 D3 F751 D6 I306 D5
F045 D3 F752 D6 I307 D5
F050 A3 F753 C6 I308 D5
F051 A3 F903 A5 I310 D5
F099 B2 F904 A6 I401 D2
F101 E4 F905 A6 I402 D2
F102 E4 F906 A6 I403 C1
F103 E4 F907 A6 I404 C1
F104 E3 F908 A6 I405 D2
F105 E3 F909 A6 I406 D2
F106 E3 F910 A6 I407 D2
F107 E3 F911 B5 I408 D2
F108 E3 F912 C5 I410 C2
F109 E3 F913 B5 I411 C2
F110 E2 F914 A6 I412 C2
F111 E2 F951 A1 I413 A2
F112 E2 F952 A1 I419 A1
F113 E2 F954 B3 I438 B1
F114 E3 I005 B5 I451 B2
F115 E3 I008 D3 I462 D1
F116 E3 I009 B4 I463 D1
F301 E5 I011 D4 I464 D1
F302 E4 I015 B3 I483 E1
F303 D4 I016 D4 I484 E2
F305 D5 I017 B4 I485 E1
F306 D5 I018 B4 I486 E1
F307 D5 I019 B4 I487 E1
F308 E4 I020 B4 I488 E1
F309 D4 I022 C5 I492 C1
F310 B3 I034 D3 I493 C1
F311 D5 I035 D3 I494 C1
F312 C5 I036 D3 I496 C1
F313 C5 I039 D1 I512 D1
F314 C5 I040 C3 I513 D1
F315 C5 I041 D2 I514 D1
F401 D1 I043 D3 I516 D2
F402 D1 I044 D2 I517 E2
F403 C1 I046 D3 I518 D3
F404 C2 I047 D3 I701 A4
F405 C2 I048 D3 I705 A5
F406 C2 I049 D3 I706 B4
F407 C2 I051 D3 I707 A4
F408 D1 I052 D3 I708 A5
F409 C1 I053 D3 I709 B4
F410 C1 I055 C3 I710 B4
F411 C1 I056 B3 I711 A4
F412 C1 I057 D2 I714 A5
F413 C1 I058 C2 I715 B5
F414 B1 I059 C3 I719 B5
F415 B1 I060 C2 I720 A5
F416 C1 I061 C2 I721 B3
F417 C2 I062 C3 I722 A3
F455 C2 I063 B3 I751 C6
F456 C2 I064 B3 I752 D6
F457 C2 I067 C3 I753 D6
F471 E1 I068 B3 I901 B6
F472 D1 I069 D3 I902 C6
F473 D2 I070 C3 I904 B6
F474 E1 I071 B3 I905 A6
F475 E1 I082 D5 I906 B6
F_15310_026.eps F476 E1 I091 C2 I907 B6
3139 123 6019.1 270605 F477 D1 I093 B3 I908 C6
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 22

Testpoint Overview Front IR / LED Panel


F801 A1 F802 A1 F803 A1 F804 A1
Personal Notes:

E_14520_024.eps
3139 123 5836.1 150904

E_06532_012.eps
131004
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 23

I2C Overview
I2C BUS INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM
B2 HERCULES +3V3STBY +3V3STBY
B1 TUNER IF B7 SCALER
(LVDS)

ERR
3096 3088 6
F303
7011 3083 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY
SET 20 SDA SDA
PROCESSOR
3084 SCL
21 SCL
PART OF
VIDEO- F302
PROCESSER 3303 3302 3430 3431 3433 3414
(HERCULES)

+3V3STBY 5 6 5 4 78 77

1331 93 SDA_IO
3097 7099 1302 7401
M24C16 UR1316 1 GM5221 92 SCL_IO
25 NVM_WP EEPROM TUNER SCALER
7 ComPair
(NVM) 2
CONNECTION
FOR SERVICE +3V3STBY
3
ERR ERR ERR ERR
6 9 10 4

3444 5 6

7402
M24C32
EEPROM
B8 SCALER-IO 84 NVM_WPP 7
(OPTIONAL) ERR
8

1687
C1 C2

C3 C4

DDC_DVI_5V
15 3469 DVI_DET
B7
16
24
8

3514 3495
7 SDA_DVI 3497 80

6 SCL_DV1 3496
79

5 6
17
1
9

7490
DVI M24C02
CONNECTOR EEPROM
256x8 B6 SCALER
ANA IN

7403
ADDRESS M29W040B
D SIDE I/O
ROM FLASH
(UART PART) INTER ROM
+3V3STBY +3V3STBY FACE 512kx8
DATA
1111 1401 ERR
4
1 1 3401 3402
+3V3STBY +3V3STBY
1112
3123 JTAG_SDA_UART_TX 3442 72
1 2 2
UART 3124 3441
2 3 3 JTAG_SCL_UART_RX 71
FOR
SERVICE 6109 6109
3 4 4
6110 6110

F_15310_037.eps
300605
Block Diagrams, Test Point Overviews, and Waveforms LC4.1E AB 6. 24

Supply Voltage Overview


SUPPLY B5 TV SUPPLY B1 TUNER + IF B8 SCALER IO
PANEL +3V3STBY
1910 A5
(INVERTER) F903 +3V3STBY
A5 +5VSW 5520
1 AUD_SUP AUD_SUP A4 +5VSW
1200 VDD
A5 +VTUN +5VSW
2 +VTUN A5
+5VSW
F905
A5 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY
3 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY
(FOR ITV ONLY) 6485

4
1485
1001 5 A8 B2 HERCULES 5520
A7 DVI 14
DCC_DVI_5V
A6 CONNECTOR
6 A4
A3
A2
7 A1
F906 A5 +3V3STBY
+3V3STBY
A9
8 +12VSW +12VSW
A14 A5 +8VSW_TV
9 +8VSW_TV
POWER_DOWN A2
10 3374
STANDBY A2 6005 TO 45 - 7011
11 A5 +5VSW
+5VSW
B10 REAR IO SCART
BACK_LIGHT_ADJ1 A7 3936
12 7011 A5 +5VSW
LAMP_ON_OFF A7 +5VSW
+1V8_B
14
HERCULES
3937 +1V8_A
127
7936 A10
7930 A8
A7
MC34063AD A5
3935 F913 A2
5931 5932
8 SUPPLY 1 +5VSW A1
J FRONT IR/LED
IC
B3 HERCULES

6930
TO LCD DISPLAY

5910 F911 A5 +3V3STBY 1007 1870


+12VSW 5930 6 2 6910 +VTUN A1 +3V3STBY
5 5
3910 +3V3STBY
7001
6911 +1V8_A
7920 -/C33
7910
L78M08CDT
F912
+12VSW 5920 1 3 +8VSW_TV +8VSW_TV A2 7004
CONTROL

7003
+1V8_B
+3V3STBY A5
7002
7061
B9 SUPPLY 7070
7955 CONTROL
+1V8 +1V8 A6
A5 +5VSW
+5VSW

5955 7954 5959


7953 *
+3V3STBY S D
B4 AUDIO AMPLIFIER + PROCESSING

PANEL_PWR_CTL G
A5 AUDIO_SUP
A7 CONTROL AUDIO_SUP

7404 A5 +5VSW
5957 * +5VSW
A5 +3V3STBY
+3V3STBY

D SIDE I/O

B6 SCALER (ANA IN)


1401 1111
+3V3STBY 1 1
N.C.
A5 +3V3STBY
+3V3STBY
5961 5401 +3V3_AVDD +3V3_AVDD
*SEE DIVERSITY LIST 5404 +3V3_DVDD +3V3_DVDD I AUDIO AMPLIFIER (2x5W)
(20” & 23”)
1703
A9 +1v8 1
+1V8
AUD_SUP
5402
+1V8_AVDD 2
5403
+1V8_DVDD

B7 SCALER (LVDS OUT)


+3V3_DVDD
+3V3_AVDD

A5 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY LVDS 1404


A5 +5VSW
+5VSW CONN. 1 LCD
DISPLAY
2 OR

PAN_VCC
1402
36

38
OR

TT4 42
CONN. F_15310_038.eps
300605
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 25

7. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


SSB: Tuner + VIF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1302 A2
1328 C8

B1 TUNER + IF B1 1330 D8
1331 C1
1332 B1
1302
2302 D2
With FM *
UR1316
2303 D2
A Without FM UV1318 A 2307 D3
2308 D3
1302
UR1316/A I H-3 2309 C5
GAIN
2311 C5
PRE-FIL
TRACK CTRL TRACK 2313 F5
FILTER PRE-AMP FILTER
2314 E5
2317 F6
2318 E6
RF MIX-OSC 2321 C6
F306 IF_TER
TV IFOUT 11 0V 2324 C7
IF AMP
I57 F305
3302 C1
ITV INTERFACE +3V3STBY FM_IFOUT 10 0V +5VSW 3303 C1
1332 3309 B5
3311 C5
B 4
5 6 RF
FM
AGC
DET
B 3314 E5
3 5309 3315 F5
12u +5VSW 3316 E6
2 F301 12 PLL 15
1 3309 3317 F6
MT MT 3319 D5
BM04B-SRSS-TBT 13 14 10K
NC 3320 E6
TU|FM

5324 3321 C6
AGC

VCC

ADC
SDA
SCL
2309
NC

3322 C7

AS
VT
330u 6.3V 6u8
3323 C7

2V9

2V6
FOR SERVICE

2V6
CONNECTION

2V3

5V3

5V3
32V5
NC

3327 D3
COMPAIR

NC
1331 I306
2

8
6310
4339 C3
1 5309 B5
F308
2 5321 C6
BAS316 2324
C 3 F312
C 5324 B7
S302

10n B2
S301

VIF2
S3B-PH-K 3322 6310 C5
3311 1328
2321 6K8 OFWK3953L 6323 D7
I307
7316 F5
4339
RES

2 7
F307

10K I O1 F313 B2
10n 3
ISWI O2
8 VIF1 7320 D6
3302 3303 I301 2311 F301 B1
100R 100R +VTUN 22u 6.3V 5321 3321 3323 1 F302 D2
390n 2K2 2K2 4 11
F302 F303 D2
B2 SCL 6323 5 12 F305 B4
3327 1SS356 6 NC 16
1K0
F306 B4
9 17 F307 C3
B2 SDA F303
10 GND
F308 C4
13
I308 F309 D2
RES RES 14
D 2302
22p
2303
22p 2308
2307
47n
15
18
D F310 D2
F311 E6
2u2 50V F312 C9
F313 C9
7320 1330
B2 RF_AGC F309
BC847BW 3V5 OFWK9656L F314 D9
F314 B2 F315 E9
I310 2 7 SIF2
SEL_IF F310 27K I O1 I301 C4
B2 3319 0V 3 8
ISWI O2 I302 F5
1 I303 E5
F315
3320 4 11 SIF1 B2 I304 F6
18K 5 12 I306 C7
+5VSW 6 NC 16 I307 C6
9 17 I308 D6
10 GND I310 D6
E 13
14
E S301 C1
S302 C1
2314 3314 3316 15
100n 100K 820R 18

I303 40M4
0V6 2318 F311
SSIF B2
2313 I302 1n0
7316
BFS20
1n0
1V2 I304
0V5
3315 3317 2317
F 150K 560R 1n0
F

FOR FM RADIO ONLY


F_15310_007.eps
3139 123 6019.1 240605

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 26

SSB: Hercules
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1001 G2 3077 D10 I046 H6
1010 A2 3078 F6 I047 G6

B2 HERCULES
2004 B5 3079 F7 I048 H6

B2 2006 G2
2007 G2
2008 F2
2009 E2
3080 G7
3081 G7
3082 F7
3086 E10
I049 G4
I051 G4
I052 G4
I053 E4
2010 F2 3087 E10 I055 B5
+5VSW
2011 E3 3091 D10 I056 G2
2013 B6 3092 D10 I057 A10
A 6005 BAS316
+5VSW
+5VSW A 2016 D3 3093 E8 I058 E6
+8VSW_TV
+1V8_A 2017 D3 3094 E8 I059 E6

5005
+3V3STBY 2018 D3 3097 F10 I060 E6

5071 +1V8_B
+1V8_A +1V8_A 3052

+3V3STBY
+5VSW 2023 B7 3350 G9 I061 E7
100R
I057
1010 2027 G3 3351 C7 I062 F6
2030 D2 3352 D7 I063 F6

5370

5008

5372

5002

5371

5060

5072

5004

5006
1
B2 AV3_CVBS_Y_IN F040 2 3374 2051 2031 D2 3353 F10 I064 F6
10R 10u 2023 2049
3 2032 D2 3354 F10 I067 F6

220n
2394 100n

2004 220n
AV3_C_IN 16V 220n 10u 16V

FROM 1108 OF
B2 F041 4 4V4

220n
220n

2033
220n
2033 B6 3355 F10 I068 G6

I015
220n

220n

100n
SIDE AV BD
5 RES I040
2396 3012 2035 D3 3356 F10 I069 C9
B2 AV3_L_IN F042 6

F003

2074
I055
AV3_R_IN 10u 16V 2036 C3 3359 E3 I070 B6

I070
I017

I019
B2 F043 7 AUDIO PROCESSING 100R 1V9 7012
B_SDTV

2395
100n
B B

36 2V 2379

2378

2076

220n
7370-2 7370-1 B8

2V
BC847BW 2037 C3 3371 C7 I071 G6

2068

2013
2V
8 GND_COMB BC847BS

2044
F044 BC847BS

3V3
9 RES 1V3 2043 F1 3372 C7 I082 F6

I008
I039

114 5V4
82 5V4
33 2V
125 3V3

3V3
OUT_MUTE

35 3V3
4 1

8V
F045 0V 4050
10 2044 B4 3374 B4

1262V
0V B4 I091 D10
12 11 7011

5V4
2049 B10 3375 F7 I093 E11

84

41

12
29

60

19

47
TDA12001H1/N1B50 5V4

5
F034 5 2
2050 H3 3376 D6

VCC8V

VDDCOMB
VDDA_1.8

VDDA1

VDDC1
VDDC2
VDDA2_3.3
VDDA3_3.3

VDDADC_1.8

VDDC3
VDDC4

VDDP_3.3

VP1
VP2
VP3
3 6 4V4
PC_AUDIO_L 3V9 3V9 SC1_L B10 2051 B6 3389 E6
TO SIDE I/O

3019 I043 7013


PC_AUDIO_R SC1_R B10 BC847BW 2052 D2 3390 C7
100R 1V9 G_SDTV 2053 D3 3391 C7
2u2 2V2 83 98 5V 3351 680R RF_AGC B1 I041 B8
2355
2391 47p 50V 2V2 76
AGC2SIF AGCOUT
67 2359 10n 1V3
2054 D3 3394 F1
Φ
AUDIOIN2L AUDOUTHPL RES
2382 100n 2V2 75 66 4051 2055 G3 4013 G3
AUDIOIN2R AUDOUTHPR 3390 100R AUDOUTLSL
2383 B4 2056 G3 4015 G10
100n 2376 100n 2V2 73
AUDIOIN3L VIDEO AUDOUTLSL
69 3V8
2399 47p 2377 100n 2V2 72 68 3V8 2057 G3 4050 B9
AUDIOIN3R SIGNAL AUDOUTLSR
C B2 AV3_L_IN
2389
2384
47p
100n
2V2
2V2
80
79
AUDIOIN4L PROCESSOR AUDOUTSL
93
92
3V9
3V8
3391 100R AUDOUTLSR B4
3020 I069
4V4
7014
C 2058 E3 4051 C9
AV3_R_IN AUDIOIN4R AUDOUTSR 2060 D2 4052 C9
B2 2385 100n 2V2 95
AUDIOIN5L HERCULES AVL
96 0V6
3371
BC847BW
2390 47p 2036 47p 2V2 94 100R SC1_L_RF_OUT
B10 100R 1V9 2061 D2 5002 B5
AUDIOIN5R SWO I044 R_SDTV
B10 L_SC1_AV1_IN 2037 47p 1V3 49 B8 2063 G3 5003 E1
B SSIF 3372 SC1_R_RF_OUT B10
100R RES 1V3 2068 B5 5004 B6
PBIN3 REFO
B10 R_SC1_AV1_IN 1V3 50 4052
SC1_B_U_IN 2032
G REFIN 2072 E2 5005 A6
B10 100n 42 1V8
SC1_G_Y_IN YIN3 BO 2073 G7 5006 B6
B10 2031 100n 1V3 51 43 1V8 I035
SC1_R_V_IN R GO 2074 B5 5008 B4
B10 2030 100n 44 1V9 I034
I036
2035 4u7 PRIN3 RO
+3V3STBY
RES 3048 10K F029 2V4 46
BCLIN CVBSO
65 SSIF 3352 680R
SSIF
2076 B5 5013 G3
2052 1n0 35V 2V9 45 B1
BLKIN PIP 3376
2078 E7 5060 B5
RES 3054 10K 1V6 70 85 0V 100K
AV3_C_IN 2018
C2 DVBO 2099 F10 5070 E2
B2 10n
C3 FMRO 2355 C3 5071 B5
D B10 CVBS_SC1_AV1_IN
2054
2016
100n
100n
1V6 77
1V4 74
C4 DVBO
IFVO
86 2V9 3058 100R SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT B8/B10 3091 100R I091
3092 4K7
TV_IRQ B7
D 2356 E3 5072 B5
CVBS2 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY
Y2 FMRO 2357 E3 5370 B4
B2 AV3_CVBS_Y_IN 2017 100n 1V4 71 108 2358 G7 5371 B5
CVBS3 EWD F006 F013 3077 4K7
0V1
I016 Y3 AVL
3005 27K 3011 6073 +3V3STBY 2359 C7 5372 B5
2060 100n 2053 100n 1V4 78 63 0V7 SANDCASTLE BAT54 COL
CVBS4 FBISO 4K7 2372 F1 5375 F1
2061 Y4 CSY
2V3 109 62 2V9 F007 H_CS_SDTV B8 2374 E2 5376 G2
B3 DECDIG DECBG HOUT 3086 2K2 +3V3STBY
10u 16V 2V5 115
DECDIG IFVO
81 2V2 3009 100K 2375 E2 6005 A4
2375 10u 16V 2V2 91 I011 3087 10K PC_TV_LED B3
5070 DECSDEM SVO 2376 C3 6073 D10
F021 1V9 11 F004
+1V8_B
2072 1n0 0V4
DECV1V8 CVBSI 2377 C3 6076 F10
220n 2058 97 23
2374 100n I053 V0 52
EHTO I2SDI1 2378 B5 7011 B4
SC1_FBL_IN INSSW3 O 0V
B10 3060 39K 1V9 102 24 2379 B4 7012 B10
IREF I2SDO1
E +5VSW I020
2V3
0V
112
113
PH1LF I2SDO2
25 3V3 NVM_WP
26
RES
+1V8_B E 2380 F3
2381 F3
7013 B10
7014 C10
PH2LF I2SCLK 7070
2357 100n 3359 390R 2V 88 27 3V3 3389 100R EXT_MUTE B4
PLLIF I2SWS I060 3094 10R IR 3073 BC847BW 2382 C2 7070 E11
2011 220n 2V3 110 32 3V3 B3
5003 2356 2u2 1V9 87
SECPLL INT0
2078 100p 3093 4K7 HERC_RESET 1K0 0V 2383 C2 7099 F10
SIFAGC P0<0:5> +3V3STBY
50V 31 3V3 I059 2384 C2 7370-1 B8
F022 DVBAGC INT1 I093
B1 SIF1 1V9 100 30 3V3 3016 100R I061 TV_SC_COM B7 2385 C2 7370-2 B7
3008 2009 SIFIN1 T0
3007 4K7 3 3V2 I058 2386 H2 F002 F1
F002 47K DVBIN1 INT2
B1 SIF2 1V9 99 22 2V8 I062
1u0 10V SIFIN2 T1 2387 H1 F003 B5
2 0V F020 HERC_RESET
DVBIN2 RX 3075 4K7 +3V3STBY 2388 F2 F004 E10
116 1 3V3 I009
2008 VGUARD TX POWER_DOWN
2043 470n 10V 2010 6n8 21 2V8 I063 6076 BAT54 COL B4,B5 2389 C2 F005 G6
100n SWIO SCL I064
B1 VIF1 1V9 105
VIFIN1 SDA
20 2V8 2390 C2 F006 D6
3059 1K0 B1 VIF2 1V9 104 3355 3K3 +3V3STBY 2391 C2 F007 D7
VIFIN2 P1<0:7> 3375 100R
F +3V3STBY
121
123
VREF_NEG_HPL+HPR TPWM
18
17
3V3 I067 SOUND_ENABLE B4 3354 100R SCL B1,B7
F 2392 F1 F013 D10
5375 3394 VREF_NEG_LSL+HPL PWM0 3082 100R 2393 F1 F020 F7
120 16 3V2 SC_RESET B7 3356 3K3
1m0 75R VREF_POS_HPR PWM1 +3V3STBY
3V1 I018 124 15 0V I082 3353 100R B1,B7 2394 B5 F021 E4
SDA
VREF_POS_LSL PWM2
2380 100u 16V 122
VREF_POS_LSR+HPR PWM3
7 3V3 3070 100R 2395 B4 F022 E1
1V6 38 6 3V3 3078 4K7 3079 2K2 +3V3STBY 3097 4K7
VREFAD PWM4 +3V3STBY +3V3STBY 2396 B4 F023 H5
2392 2393 2372 2388 2381 100n 40 P50_LINE_ITV_IR_SW B3

8 3V3
330u 100n 100n 470u VREFAD_NEG P2<0:5>
0V7 LIGHT_SENSOR 2099 7099 2399 C2 F026 G10
3V3 39 14 3013 100R B3
6.3V 16V VREFAD_POS ADC0 1n0 M24C16-WMN6 3005 D7 F029 D4
2063 150n 2V5 103 13 0V I068 STATUS_1 B10
VSC ADC1
Φ
1001 24M576 1V6 119 10 0V 3064 10K 3080 1K0 3006 G3 F034 B2
XTALIN ADC2 +3V3STBY B3
1V5 118 9 3V2 3081 100R 1% KEYBOARD 3007 F2 F040 B2
2056 100n I051 1V3 58
XTALOUT ADC3
I071 RES 2073 10n 7
3V3 (2Kx8) 3008 E1 F041 B2
+3V3STBY UIN P3<0:3> 2358 WC
2057 100n I052 1V3 59 90 2V8
VIN QSSO F026 2V4 EEPROM 3009 E7 F042 B2
RES RES 100n 2055 1V8 57 6 1
YIN AMOUT SCL 0 3010 G7 F043 B2
G I056
2007 2006
8p2 8p2
4013 100n 2027 I049 1V9 56
YSYNC AUDEEM
64 2V
RES
F005 3061 100K
5
2V4 ADR 1
2
3
G 3011 D8 F044 B2
SVM SDA 2
3006 UOUT
54 0V1
I047
3012 B9 F045 B2
470R 106 3350 4K7 F099

4
5376 VDRA +3V3STBY 3013 G7 F099 G11
107 I022 V_SDTV B8 SEL_IF B1
VDRB 3016 E7 I008 B6
53 3V5 4015
5013
VOUT
55 3010 FOR SERVICE SDM 3019 B9 I009 F6
YOUT
VSSCOMB

47u 220K STANDBY B4,B5 3020 C9 I011 E6


VSSC1|P

5V3
VSSADC

1V7

3067 4K7 3048 D2 I015 B5


VSSC2
VSSC3
VSSC4
VSSA1

VSSP2
GNDIF

2386
GNDA

+3V3STBY
GND1
GND2
GND3

2387
330u 6.3V 220n FOR ITV 3052 A10 I016 D4
2050
3054 D2 I017 B5
101

111
89
48
37

117

34

8
28
4
0V 127

GND_COMB 0V 61

0V 128

22p 3058 D6 I018 F4


I048
I046

3059 F2 I019 B5
F023

H 3062 0R
H 3060 E3
3061 G7
I020 E4
I022 G7
RES 3062 H4 I034 D7
FOR SECAM ONLY
3065 0R 3064 G7 I035 D7
Y_HERC 3065 H4 I036 D7
V_HERC 3067 H9 I039 B10
3068 0R U_HERC 3068 H4 I040 B9
F_15310_008.eps 3070 F7 I041 C10
3139 123 6019.1 300605 3073 E10 I043 B9
3075 F10 I044 C10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 27

SSB: Hercules
1 2 3 Personal Notes:
1006 B1
HERCULES
B3 B3 1007 B1
1008 A1
1684 A1
2001 D3
2012 D1
2024 D1
TO 1308 OF TOP CNTL BD 2067 A2
+3V3STBY +5VSW 2082 D3
RES *EMC 2083 D3
1008 1684 5061
1 1u0 +3V3STBY 3001 C1
A 2
1
2 3063
A 3002 C1
3 2K2 6060 3003 C1
BZX384-C2V7
B2B-PH-K 3004 C2
LED_SEL 0V 3024 D3
*EMC I098 3063 A2
2067 7060
3066 D3
TO 1870 OF FRONT IR/LED BD

1n0 PDTC114ET 3V3


I57 5061 A1
ITV INTERFACE 5062 B2
*EMC 6060 A3
1007 1006 5062
1u0 F018 KEYBOARD
7001 C1
1 B2
1
2 7002 D2
2 F017 7003 C1
IR
B 3
4
3
4
F009 B2
B 7004 D1
5 7060 A3
5
6 PC_TV_LED B2
6 LIGHT_SENSOR F009 B3
7 F050 B2
8 F051 P50_LINE_ITV_IR_SW B2 F014 D1
F015 D1
F017 B2
F018 B3
+3V3STBY
F050 B2
F051 B2
I005 C1
I094 D3
C 3001
3R9
3002
3003
3R9
3004
C I096 D2
I098 A2
22K 22K

I005
7001 7003
3V1 BC807-25 3V1 BC807-25

2V5 3
3 2V5
1 1 2V5
7004 7002
BC847BW BC847BW 3066
2 I096 4K7 I094
2 DECDIG B2
+1V8_A F014 2V5

2082
D 2012
10u 16V
100n
D
+1V8_B
F015 3024

2024 4K7
2001 2083
1u0 50V 100n 10u

F_15310_009.eps
3139 123 6019.1 240605

1 2 3

E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 28

SSB: Audio Amplifier + Processing


1701 A8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1751 D5
2703 C4
2712 B3
B4 AUDIO AMPLIFIER + PROCESSING B4 2714 A6
2718 B3
AUD_SUP
2719 A5
2724 B5
11V1 2736 A7
2737 B7
2719 2714
A 100n 470u 16V A 2738 B7
2739 B7
AUDIO AMP 2 X 2W 2741 B4
7712 P_GND P_GND
2742 B4
TDA1517ATW 15 16 3706 B3
VP1 VP2 3717 B2
5736 2736 1701
3744 I719 2718 I706 I710 2u2 470u 16V I721 3719 C2
B2 AUDOUTLSL 2V1 3
IN1+ Φ OUT1A
8 OUT1
1 L TO 1110 OF SIDE I/O 3722 C3
8K2 POWER OUT1B 9 5V3 4736
F707 1u0 2737 2 GND 3725 C3
*EMC 2V1 18 AMPLIFIER I711
3727 2742 IN2- OUT2 470u 16V 3R
OUT2A
12
I722
3726 B3
3K9 470p 13 5737
OUT2B 5V3
2u2
3727 B3
EMC EMC
2712 2738 2739 3744 B1
10V8 17 1 4737
B B2 AUDOUTLSR 3745 I701 1u0 I707
I709
MODE
2 1n0 1n0 B 3745 B1
3751 D2
5 6
F708 8K2 AUD_SUP SVRR
*EMC 5V3 NC
7 3752 D1
3726 2741 14 3753 E3
+3V3STBY 3K9 470p 19
3717 P_GND 3754 F3
20
10K 2724 3755 F3
I714 3706 I708 100u 10V
PGND 4736 B7
3719 SGND 1 2 HS 4737 B7
10K 11V2 +3V3STBY 3722 10K 4 10 11 21
4751 D2
8K2 F710
I720 2703
10u 16V 4752 F2
3725 5736 A7
3V3 7703 I715 P_GND P_GND
10K 5737 B7
C B2 STANDBY
7702
BC847BW
3V2
BC847BW 11V2
C 5751 E5
3V3 7702 C2
I705
3V3
Audio Amplifier 7703 C3
7712 A5
7751-1 D2
RES 7751-2 E2
4751
*
+3V3STBY
7751-3 E2
7751-4 F2
7752 F3
F707 B1
1751 F708 B1
3751 B2 STANDBY 3V2 F710 C6
D 4X AND GATES
100R
I751
B2 AUDOUTLSL 3V7
1
2
TO 1706 OF AUD AMP 2X5W
D F751 D1
7751-1 3 F752 F4
74LVC08AD B2 AUDOUTLSR 3V7
4
14

3V3 F753 F1
SOUND_ENABLE F751 5
B2 3V3 1 7 6 I701 B2
3 3V3 MUTE I705 C3
POWER_DOWN 3752 3V3 2
I706 A4
B2,B5,B7 100R 5751 I707 B4
7

I708 B4
I709 B5
7751-2 I710 A6
14

74LVC08AD
I711 B6
4
E 6
+5VSW
E I714 B3
I715 C3
5
3V3

I719 A2
7

I720 C2
I721 A8
7751-3 3753
I722 B8
14

74LVC08AD 470R
9 OUT_MUTE I751 D3
3755 B2
8 0V I752 F2
10 470R F752 I753 F3
I752 3754 I753
7

7752
7751-4 0V7 BC847BW
1K0
14

74LVC08AD
F 12 F
11
F753
B2 EXT_MUTE 3V3 13 3V3
7

* 4752
RES Audio Processing
F_15310_010.eps
3139 123 6019.1 300605

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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 29

SSB: TV Supply
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1910 A1
2910 E8

B5 TV-SUPPLY B5 2911 D9
2920 E3
2921 E4
2930 C3
2931 C6
F903
AUD_SUP 2933 D7
*EMC 2934 D4
2936
1910 1n0 2936 A2
F904 2937 B2
1
A P_GND
A 2938 B2
FROM PSU

2 F905
(3V3) 3V3 2939 B2
3 +3V3STBY
(3V3) 3V3 2940 B2
4 +3V3STBY
5 F914 2941 B2
6 3936 2942 B3
7 (0V9) 14V5 +12VSW 1K0 2943 C8
F906
8
F907 (0V) 3V3 POWER_DOWN B2,B4,B7 14V4 3910 C7
9 (0V3) 3V2 3937
F908 150R 3911 E7
10 (3V3) 3V3 STANDBY B2 14V 7936
F909
11 (0V) 3V3 BC636 3930 C3
F910 I910
12 BACK_LIGHT_ADJ1 B7 3931 C4
13 14
*EMC *EMC *EMC *EMC *EMC *EMC 7930 0V5 3932 C4
2937 2938 2939 2940 2941 2942 LAMP_ON_OFF B7 MC34063AD 3933 D4
B 1n0 1n0 1n0 1n0 1n0 1n0
9V7 8 DCOL SWC 1 9V7
B 3934 C4
I901 3935 C3
DCOL SWC
3936 A7
S Q 3937 B7
I904
5910 D8
I911 R 5930 C3
14V4 7 IS
5931 C7
IS
2 SUP_GND
SWE 3910 5932 C8
RES
3935 3930 3931 3934 IPK SWE 6910 D8
1R0 1R0 1R0 2K2
OSC TIMC 3 0V7 6911 D9
TIMC I905 6930 C7
2931 5931 6930
5930 REFERENCE 7910 E8
C +12VSW
10u
I902 14V4 6
VCC
VCC REGULATOR
470p 220u SS14
C 7920 E4
7930 B5
2930 I912 SUP_GND 7936 B7
F913
470u 16V 3932 1V2 5 CIN_NEG GND 4 SUP_GND 5932
F903 A2
+5VSW
GND 10u 5V4
1K0 1% F904 A2
SUP_GND F905 A2
I909 2943
SUP_GND 3933 470u 10V F906 A2
SUP_GND
3K3 1% F907 B2
2934 2933
F908 B2
470u 16V F909 B2
4n7 F910 B2
D SUP_GND
5910 F911
D F911 D9
F912 E9
1m0 +VTUN F913 C9
6910 33V5
F914 A1
BAV99
2911 6911 I901 B4
I906 I907 35V 22u I902 C3
BZX384-C33
5V3 I904 B7
I905 C6
0V3 7910 I906 D7
BC817-25
SUP_GND SUP_GND I907 D7
I908 E3
3911 2910 I909 D7
E 1K0 470p
E I910 B7
7920 I911 B4
L78M08CDT I912 C4
I908 SUP_GND F912
14V3 1 3 7V9
+12VSW IN OUT +8VSW_TV
2921
2920 COM 16V 47u
16V 47u
2

F_15310_011.eps
3139 123 6019.1 300605

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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 30

SSB: Scaler
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1403 F4 7401-5 E3
1407 C1 7401-6 A11
2401 C8

B6 SCALER +1V8_DVDD +3V3_AVDD B6 2402 D10


2403 D11
7401-7 A3
7401-9 E6
7403 C3
2404 D10 F401 G3
2405 D10 F402 D8
2406 D10 F403 D3

164

141
145
150

154
7401-1 2407 C9 F404 C9
7401-7 GM5221 2408 C9 F405 E9
GM5221 VDD1_ADC_1.8 B G R ADC +3V3_DVDD +1V8_DVDD
B8 CS_HSYNC 0V2 181
2409 C9 F406 E9
AVDD_3.3
RMADDR0 202
ROM INTERFACE 4 RMDATA0
HSYNC ANA-IN 2410 C9 F407 D9
0 0 CSYNC
A RMADDR1
RMADDR2
201
200
1
2
1
2
3
2
RMDATA1
RMDATA2
B8 VSYNC 0V 182
VSYNC A 2411 C10
2412 C10
F408 D7
F414 D1

50
73
95
190
205

9
41
75
86
96
139
179
RMADDR3 199 1 RMDATA3 2521 10n 0V 146 7401-6
3 3 SOG 2413 C10 F415 D1
RMADDR4 198 DATA 208 RMDATA4 GM5221
197
4 4
207 B8 R_MUX 3522 22R 2522 10n 0V2 151 2414 C10 F416 B11
RMADDR5 5 5 RMDATA5 REDp RING VDD CORE VDD
RMADDR6 196 204 RMDATA6 0V 152 2415 C10 I401 D6
6 6 REDn
RMADDR7 195 203 RMDATA7 3523 22R 2523 10n SUPPLY 2416 C11 I402 E6
7 7
RMADDR8 194 0V2 147 2417 C11 I403 C1
8 3525 GREENp
RMADDR9 193 B8 G_MUX 22R 2524 10n 0V 148
9 ADDR GREENn 2418 C11 I404 C1
RMADDR10 192 5
189
10 OE
6 3524 22R 2525 10n 0V2 142 2419 C11 I405 F7
RMADDR11 11 WE BLUEp
RMADDR12 188 7 0V 143 2420 E8 I406 F7
12 CS BLUEn
RMADDR13 187 B8 B_MUX 3526 22R 2526 10n AGND 2421 E9 I407 F7
13
RMADDR14 186 GND1_ADC B G R ADC 2422 E9 I408 F7
14
B RMADDR15 185 3527 22R 2527 10n
B 2423 E9

163

144
149
153

156
15 SDI RING & CORE GND
RMADDR16 184
183
16 SDO 2424 E9
RMADDR17

140
180
191
206
17 SCLK 2425 E10

42
51
74
76
87
94
97
8
2426 F11
+3V3_DVDD 2427 F10
+1V8_AVDD +3V3_AVDD F416
+3V3_DVDD 2429 F9
2430 F9
3417 10K RMADDR1 2431 F9

126
121
116
137

113
130
125
120
134
3418 10K RMADDR2 7403 7401-2 2432 F9

32
3419 10K RMADDR3 MX29LV040QC 2445 GM5221 2433 F10
3420 100n

RX0
RX1
RX2
RXPLL

IMB
RX0
RX1
RX2
RXC
10K RMADDR5 ROM 2434 F10
3421 10K RMADDR6 RMADDR0 12 +3V3STBY +3V3_AVDD
0 512Kx8 2435 F10
C 3429
3422
10K
10K
RMADDR7
RMADDR8
RMADDR1
RMADDR2
11
10
1
2
[FLASH] VDD-18 DVI
AVDD-33 5401 F404 C 2436 F10
I403 RMADDR3 9
3
2438 D9
RMADDR4 8 B8 RXCp 132 2439 D9
4 RXCp 2401
RMADDR5 7 B8 RXCn 133 2407 2408 2409 2410 2411 2412 2413 2414 2415 2416 2417 2418 2419
5 RXCn 47u 6.3V 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 220p 220p 2440 D9
1
2

RMADDR6 6
1407
3423 10K 5
6
B8 RX0p 128 2441 D9
RMADDR9 RMADDR7 7 RX0p
I404 RMADDR8 27 B8 RX0n 129 2442 D10
4423 8 RX0n +3V3_DVDD
RMADDR9 26
9 A
0 2443 F4
RMADDR10 23 512K-1 B8 RX1p 123 2444 F4
10 RX1p
RMADDR11 25 B8 RX1n 124
11 RX1n 5404 F407 2445 C4
F414 RMADDR12 4
3433 10K 28
12
B8 RX2p 118 138
F402 2521 A7
RMADDR12 RMADDR13 13 RX2p CLK_OUT
3434 10K RMADDR13 RMADDR14 29 13 RMDATA0 +3V3_AVDD B8 RX2n 119 2522 A7
14 0 RX2n
D 4434 F415 RMADDR15
RMADDR16
3
2
15
16
14
15
RMDATA1
RMDATA2 3403 150R 3416 100R I401
114
REXT
AGND
2438
100n
2439
100n
2440
100n
2441
100n
2442
100n
2402
100n
2404
100n
2405
100n
2406
100n
2403
100n D 2523 A7
2524 B7

RXC
30 17

RX0
RX1
RX2
RMADDR17 RMDATA3 1% 1%

IMB
17 2525 B7
1 DQ 18 RMDATA4 GND_RXPLL
F403
18
19
2526 B7
RMDATA5

136

115
127
122
117
131
FOR TESTING +3V3_DVDD 20 RMDATA6 2527 B7
7
21 RMDATA7 F408
3403 D5
3404 10K 24 3404 D2
OE +1V8_AVDD
3405 10K 31 3405 E2
WE +1V8
22
CE 3406 E3
+3V3_DVDD +3V3_DVDD 5402 F405 3407-1 G2
3406 3407-2 F2
16

10K
3407-3 F2
2420
E 2421 2422 2423 2424 2425
E 3407-4 F2

5
47u 6.3V 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n
3424-1 3424-2 3424-3 3424-4 +1V8_DVDD 3416 D6
3435
7401-9 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 3417 C1
7401-5 GM5221 3418 C1

4
I402 5403 F406
GM5221 3419 C1
52 158 VIDEO 111
NC 0
DVI_DET B8
3420 C1
53 159 110
54 160
1
109 2429 2430 2431 2432 2433 2434 2435 2436 2427 2426 3421 C1
NC 2 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 220p 220p 220p 220p 3422 C1
104 NC 161 B7,B8 FBIN 112 108 I408
VCLK 3
105 162 VDATA 107 I407 3423 C1
4
157 106 I406 3424-1 E7
5 I405
58 103 3424-2 E7
6
10 59 102
+3V3_AVDD +3V3_AVDD 7 3424-3 E7
F B7
B7
PD20
PD21
43
44
60
61
GPIO <23:16>
3425 * *
3426 *
3427 *
3428 F 3424-4 E8
B7 PD22 45 62 1R0 1R0 1R0 1R0 3425 F7
B7 PD23 46 RESERVED 63 3426 F7
B7 FED 33R 5 4 3407-4 DEN B6 47 65 2443 2444
33R
RESERVED 5p6 5p6 X1 3427 F7
B7 FHSYNC 6 3 3407-3 DHS B6 48 70
B7 FVSYNC 33R 7 2 3407-2 DVS B6 49 135
1403 3428 F8
14M31818
B7 FSHCLK 33R 8 1 3407-1 DCLK B6 55 155 15"S1 17"S1 20"S1 23"QDI_TN 3429 C1
57 167
ADC_TEST
F401 +1V8_DVDD
3425
3426
* --
--
Y -- -- 3433 D1
XTAL

-- -- Y 3434 D1
2V4

3427 -- Y Y --
Y Y
3435 E6
3428 -- Y
3522 A6
169

166

7401-3
GM5221 3523 A6
G +3V3_AVDD
AVDD_RPLL_33 VDD_RPLL_18
G 3524 B6
3525 B6
CLK-SYN 3526 B6
171 170
TCLK XTAL 3527 B6
2V7
4423 D1
4434 D1
AGND_RPLL GND_RPLL 5401 C8
5402 E8
168

165

5403 E8
5404 D8
F_15310_012.eps 7401-1 A9
3139 123 6019.1 240605 7401-2 C7
7401-3 G4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 31

SSB: Scaler
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1401 A1 I410 C3
1402 C6 I411 B3

B7 SCALER +3V3_AVDD
+3V3_DVDD +3V3_DVDD B7 1404 D8 I412 B3
1409 A2 I413 C5
2446 C5 I414 C5

172
7401-8 2448 A8 I416 C5
B2 SC_RESET GM5221
2449 B7 I418 D5

2
LBADC
1409 SYSTEM VDD33 3414 3443 3444 2448 2450 B1 I419 D5
F413 10K 10K 10K 100n 2451 B1 I420 D5
178
A 1 RESET A

3V3
81 TV_SC_COM B2 2452 A3 I422 D5

1
2 2452 0 TV_IRQ
173 82 B2 3401 B1 I438 E5
+3V3_DVDD 10n F417 IN1 1
146280-2 174 83 FBIN B6,B8 7402
IN2 2 M24C32-WMN6
3402 B2 I451 F5
175 84

8
F409 IN3 LBADC 3 3408 E3
4
85
Φ 3409 E3
TO 1111 OF SIDE AV

1401 176 88 SD_PCHD_SEL B8 7


RETURN 5 (4Kx8)
1
3V3
6
89 PC_HD_SEL B8 F455 0V
WC
3410 E3
EMC 3445 150R 3V3 3401 3402 B2 SCL 3431 100R 77 90 POWER_DOWN
6 EEPROM 3411-1 E3
2 SCL 7
EMC 3446 150R 3V2 10K 10K B2 SDA 3430 100R 78 DDC_VGA GPIO 91 B2,B4,B5 F456 3V3 1
3 SDA 8 SCL_IO SCL 0 3411-2 E3
92 2
4 SCL 9 5 ADR 1 3411-3 E3
F410 B8 SCL_DVI 79 NVRAM 93 SDA_IO F457 3V3 3
SCL SDA 10 SDA 2 3411-4 D3
EMC EMC B8 SDA_DVI 80 DDC_DVI 98
SDA 0 11 +3V3_DVDD
2451 2450 HD_FILTER +5VSW 3412-1 D3

4
F411 99 B8
220p 220p F412 3441 1 12
PWM 100
B JTAG_SCL_UART_RX 100R 71
SCL
2
3
13
14
101 PLL_SEL B8 B 3412-2 D3
3412-3 D3
JTAG_SDA_UART_TX 72 HOST 69
SDA 15 BACK_LIGHT_ADJ1 3412-4 D3
3442
100R
DI
DO
UART
3436
2K2
3439 4440

3440
* B5
3413-1 D3

I412 66
TDI
3V3 4K7
* 3440* ANALOG
4K7
PWM
N
3413-2 D3
3413-3 D3
I411 64
I410 56
TDO JTAG 3415 0V 7437
* 2449
10u
2449
4440
10u
N
N
Y
3413-4 D3
RESET BC847BW 3414 A6
PAN_VCC 47K
GND 3432 3415 C6
LBADC 47K 3430 B3
11V9 3431 B3

177
+3V3_DVDD RESERVED
3432 C6
C 3V3
RES 1402
C 3436 B6
3439 B7
2446 4409
+3V3_AVDD 47p 3440 B7
I413 42 41
FSHCLK 40 3441 B3
I414
3442 B3

TO LCD MONITOR CONNECTOR (TTL)


39
11
24

26

27
40

7401-4 38
GM5221 FVSYNC I416 3443 A7
37 3444 A7
LV_E LV LV_O
FHSYNC 36
AVDD_3.3 AVDD_3.3 I418
35
3445 B1
I419 3446 B1
FED 34 F537
LVDS 21 LV_E1_TX0+ B6 PD20 3413-4 4 5 33R EB4 I420 LV_E9_TX3+
CH0p 33 3451 E3

TO LCD MONITOR (LVDS)


22 LV_E0_TX0- B6 PD21 3413-3 3 6 33R EB5 LV_E8_TX3- F538 1404
CH0n 32 3452 E3
B6 PD22 3413-2 2 7 33R EB6 EB7 I422
31 3453 E3
19 LV_E3_TX1+ B6 PD23 3413-1 1 8 33R EB7 LV_E7_TXC+ F539 1V2 20 22 21
D CH1p
CH1n
20 LV_E2_TX1- EB6
30
29
LV_E6_TXC- F535 19 D 3454 F3
LV_O3 3412-4 4 5 33R EB0 1V3 18 3455 F3
28 17
17 LV_E5_TX2+ LV_O2 3412-3 3 6 33R EB1 EB5
CH2p 27 3456 F3
18 LV_E4_TX2- LV_O1 3412-2 2 7 33R EB2 LV_E5_TX2+ F528 1V3 16
CH2n 26 15 3457 F3
LV_O0 3412-1 1 8 33R EB3 EB4 25 3458 E3
13 LV_E9_TX3+ 1V3 14
CH3p 24 13
CH3n
14 LV_E8_TX3- LV_O7 3411-4 4 5 33R EG4 EB3 23 F529 3459 E3
LV_O6 3411-3 3 6 33R EG5 LV_E4_TX2- 1V3 12 4409 C7
22 11
15 LV_E7_TXC+ LV_O5 3411-2 2 7 33R EG6 EB2
CLKp 21 4440 B7
16 LV_E6_TXC- LV_O4 3411-1 1 8 33R EG7 LV_E3_TX1+ 1V3 10
CLKn 20 9 7401-4 C1
EB1 19 F536
LV_E1_TX0+ 3453 33R EG0 1V3 8 7401-8 A4
18 7
PPWR
67 PANEL_PWR_CTL B9 LV_E0_TX0- 3452 33R EG1 EB0 17
7402 A7
68 LAMP_ON_OFF B5 LV_E2_TX1- F531 1V3 6
E PBIAS LV_O9
LV_O8
3451
3410
33R
33R
EG2
EG3
ER0
EG7 I438
16
15
5
4
E 7437 C7
F409 A1
ER1 LV_E1_TX0+ F530 1V3
14 3 F410 B2
37 LV_O1 LV_E9_TX3+ 3408 33R ER0 EG6 1V3
CH0p 13 2 F411 B2
38 LV_O0 LV_E8_TX3- 3409 33R ER1 ER2 11V6
CH0n 12 1
LV_E7_TXC+ 3459 33R ER2 EG5 11
F412 B1
35 LV_O3 LV_E6_TXC- 3458 33R ER3 LV_E0_TX0- F532
CH1p ER3 10 F413 A3
36 LV_O2 EG4
CH1n LV_E5_TX2+ ER4
9 F417 A3
3457 33R ER4 8 PAN_VCC F533 F455 B7
33 LV_O5 LV_E4_TX2- 3456 33R ER5 EG3 B9
CH2p 7 F456 B7
34 LV_O4 LV_E3_TX1+ 3455 33R ER6 ER5
CH2n 6 F534
LV_E2_TX1- 3454 33R ER7 EG2 5
F457 B7
29 LV_O9 ER6 F528 D8
CH3p 4
30 LV_O8 EG1
CH3n
I451
3 F529 E8
F CLKp
31 LV_O7
ER7
EG0
2
1
F F530 E8
F531 E8
32 LV_O6
CLKn
F532 E8
F533 F8
AVSS AVSS
LV_E LV LV_O
F534 F8
F535 D8
F536 E8
12
23

25

28
39

F537 D8
F_15310_013.eps F538 D8
3139 123 6019.1 240605
F539 D8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 32

SSB: Scaler I/O


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1462 A10 F478 A2
1463 A4 F479 A2

B8 SCALER I/O PROVISION FOR DVI-COMB1


1463 B8
1485-1 E1
1485-2 D1
1485-3 C1
F480 B2
F481 B2
F484 F1
F474
1
F475
1485-4 B1 F485 E1
2 2463 E8 F487 B9
F476
3
F477 2471 C8 F489 C8
4
5 2472 C8 F497 D10
6 7 I57 2473 C9 F498 D10
A F478 2485 3481
BM05B-SRSS-TBT
ITV INTERFACE
1462
B2,B10
A 2474 C9
2475 C9
F499 E11
F501 E3
B_Pb_PC SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT
1 2476 E6 F502 E3
3482 1u0 22R 2

S485
H_CS_SDTV B2 2477 C6 F503 F11
75R 3
V_SDTV B2 2478 D6 F504 E3
4
5 2479 D6 F505 E3
6 7
2483 D8 F506 E2
DVI-I CONNECTOR F479
2486 3483 R_Pr_PC BM05B-SRSS-TBT 2485 A3 F507 F2
1485-4
1u0 22R 2486 A3 I462 C7
3484

S486
YKF45-7005
75R F487 PC_HD_SEL
2487 B3 I463 D7
B7
25 C1 C2 26 F480 2488 C3 I464 D7
2489 F2 I483 D1
2490 G2 I484 D1
2487 3485
G_Y_PC +5VSW 2510 E10 I485 D3
B 27 C3 C4 28
3486 1u0 22R B 2513 F6 I486 D2
S487

75R 2514 F4 I487 G2


31

32

5462
2515 F6 I488 D3
7461 2516 F5 I492 E5
29

30

5V4
SM5301BS-G
F481 3487
2517 F5 I493 F6

18

15

12

24
HS_PC
F489 2518 F5 I494 F6
1K0 VCC Φ VCC 2519 F6 I496 F5
S488

2488 3488 9
22p 2K2 DISABLE 2520 F6 I512 C6
23 2471 2472 2473 2474 2475 3471 E7 I513 D6
THROUGH 47u 100n 100n 100n 100n
0V
6.3V
3478 D9 I514 D6
22 3481 A3 I516 D8
MUXSEL
ROW_C FOR EMC 3V3 4
C 1485-3
RX0n B6
26
GSR1
NC1
8
C 3482 A3
3483 A3
I517 E8
I518 F8
17 NC2
RX0p B6 25 3484 B3 S485 A2
18 RINA|YINA
19 R_SDTV F471 3507 I512 I462
2V3 NC3
28 3485 B3 S486 B2
B2 2477 1u0 27 3486 B3 S487 B2
20 NC RINB|YINB
0V
21 NC 220R
3502 2 17 R_MUX B6
3487 B3 S488 C2
22 B6 220R GSG1 ROUT|YOUT 3488 C3 S489 F1
RXCp 1V6
23 B6 3489 D2 S496 E1
RXCn 1
24 GINA|UINA B6
G_SDTV F472 3503 I513 I463
2V3
GOUT|UOUT
14 G_MUX 3490 D2 S497 E1
YKF45-7005 B2 2478 1u0 3 1V6 3491 E2 S498 E2
GINB|UINB
0V
220R
3504 6 11 B_MUX B6
3492 E2
ROW_B GSB1 BOUT|VOUT
1485-2 220R 1V7 3493 F1
D 9
RX1n B6
B6
5
BINA|VINA
D 3494 F2
10
RX1p B_SDTV F473 3505 I514 I464
2V3 I516 3478 F497 HD_FILTER B7 3495 G2
B2 2479 1u0 7 3496 E1
11 6485 BAS316 BINB|VINB
0V
12 NC 6486 +5VSW 220R
3506 20 2483 100K F498 SD_PCHD_SEL B7 3497 E1
13 NC I486 BAS316 I488 5485 I485 220R RFC 100n 3501 F7
I483 3489 100R 0V3

3471 820R
14 DDC_DVI_5V

33p
I484 3490 10K 21 RES 4510 3502 C6
15 3491 VFC
16
F485 1K0
DVI_DET
0V3
GND GND_HS 2510 3503 D5

2476
3492 1K0 B6 +3V3STBY
3504 D6

13
10
19
16

29
30
YKF45-7005
100n 3505 D5
S496

S497

S498

7510-1 7510-2
74LVC14APW 74LVC14APW 3506 D6
14 14 3507 C5
ROW_A 3512 CS_HSYNC
1485-1 SYNC +3V3STBY 1 2 3V1 3 4 B6 3510 E8
E H_CS_SDTV F501
E

220R
RX2n B6 B2 SELECTION 2463 100n 0V2 0V2
1 220R 3511 F8

16
RX2p B6 7463 7 7 F499
2
B2
V_SDTV F502
74HC4053D VDD
3512 E10
3 +3V3STBY MDX 3513 F10
6
4 NC PLL_SEL F504 G4
3514 G3

3510
B7 I517 3V3
5 NC VDD 5520
3496 100R F506 SCL_DVI B7 I492 0V2 13 14 7510-3 3515 G2
6 B6,B7 FBIN F505 5514 1
3497 100R SDA_DVI B7 HS_PC 0V 12 0V2 74LVC14APW 3520 F5
7 2 3511 14 14
2513 11
8 F507
2514 2517 2518 2519 2520 4X1 220R
5 6 3V3 9 8
3513 F503 VSYNC B6
4463 F8
7516 10u 3V3
15p 10n 10n 1n0 100n 4X2 4464 F8
YKF45-7005 MK1575-01G 0V
3
4

16V I518 0V 220R


A D 1 15 7 7510-4 7 4510 D9
74LVC14APW
VS_PC 1 VDD 10 VS_PC 2 0V 4511 F9
F484 REFIN 1
CLK 12 10 4518 G10
3493
13 Φ 2
3V3

RES
RES
F 1K0 OE
F 4519 G9
S489

2489 3494 14 RES 4511


22p 2K2 PLL FCLK 4520 F4
2 16 3 4
0 FBIN 4X INVERTER SCHMITT-TRIGGER 5462 B8

4463
4464
4520 5 I494 5
1 FS I496
11 8 2516 680p 9 7510-6 5485 D3
FOR EMC 2 CHGP 7510-5 74LVC14APW
3V3 14

DDC_DVI_5V
15
NC
GND
CHGR
9 3520 33K
I493
2515 10n 3501
10K
VEE VSS ** 74LVC14APW 14
10 13 12
5514 E4
5520 E6

8
3V 11 0V3 3V
A D 7 7 6485 D3
2490 6486 D2

4519

4518
RES
6
7

7490
100n 7461 B7
M24C02-WMN6 8
7463 E7
Φ I487
7490 G1
(256x8) 7 7510-1 E9
G EEPROM
WC 3495
10K
G 7510-2 E10
1
0 SCL
6 7510-3 E9
2 7510-4 F10
1 ADR DDC_DVI_5V
3 5
2 SDA 7510-5 F9
3514 7510-6 F10
4

10K
3515 7516 F4
10K F471 C5
F472 D5
F473 D5
F_15310_014.eps F474 A5
F475 A5
3139 123 6019.1 300605
F476 A5
F477 A5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 33

SSB: Supply
1951 A4 2961 B2 2994 D1 2997 D3 3958 C2 5957 B3 5960 B1 7953 A3 F951 A4 I951 A3 I954 B2 I957 A4
2959 A3 2962 A4 2995 D1 2998 B1 5955 B2 5958 A2 5961 A4 7954 B3 F952 C1 I952 B3 I955 C2 Personal Notes:
2960 A4 2963 A4 2996 D2 3955 B2 5956 B2 5959 A3 7952 C2 7955 D2 F954 D3 I953 B2 I956 D1

1 2 3 4

B9 SUPPLY RES
1951
B9
7 6
5
4
I957
3
PAN_VCC_IN 2
1

A RES
A
5958
* 7953
L4940D2T12

+5VSW +3V3STBY +12VSW *


5959
1 3
F951 5961 PAN_VCC
B7
IN OUT
I951 14V4 11V9
COM
*
2959
100n
2963
22n
2960
47u 16V
2962
100n
*

2
2998 RES
5960 1m0 6.3V 5955 5956
RES

I953 14V4 5957


14V4
2
SS = 4V9
3 I952
*
B 3955
10K
2961
10n
7954
SI2301DS-T1 B
1
1V3
I954
15" S1 17" S1
*
1951 Y --
20" S1 23" QDI_TN
-- --
2959 -- Y Y --
*
3958
1K0
5956
5957
--
Y
Y
--
Y
--
Y
Y
5958 Y -- -- --
5959 -- Y Y --
I955
7953 -- Y Y --
0V
(0V)
C B7 PANEL_PWR_CTL 3V2 7952
PDTC114ET
C
F952

SUPPLY FOR SCALER


7955
LD1086D2T18
I956 F954
D +3V3STBY 3
3V3
IN OUT
2
1V8
+1V8
D
COM
2995 2996 2997
2994 100n 100n 47u 6.3V
1

47u 6.3V

F_15310_015.eps
3139 123 6019.1 240605

1 2 3 4

E_06532_012.eps
131004
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 34

SSB: Rear I/O Scart


1 2 3 4 5 6 1101 A1 S104 B1
1102 C5 S105 C1

B10 REAR I/O SCART B10


2101 A4
2102 A4
S106 C2
S107 C2
2103 B3 S108 D2
2104 B4 S109 D2
2105 B4 S110 E2
2106 B4 S111 E2
SCART 1 2107 C4 S112 F2
A 1101
I101 I112
SC1_R B2 A 2108 C4
2109 B2
S113 F2
F101 3101 2102 SC1_R_RF_OUT
1 B2 2110 B2
150R 10u 16V 2111 B2

S101
2 2101 3102
330p 220K 2112 B2
3 2113 F2
RES RES RES 3101 A3
F104
4 *EMC *EMC *EMC
F102 3103 I102 2104 I113 R_SC1_AV1_IN 3102 A4
2109 2110 2111 B2
470p 470p 470p
3103 B3
5 22K 2u2 3104 B4

S102
2103 3104
6 RES
330p 47K 3105 B3
*EMC 3106 B4
B 7 2112
470p
SC1_L B2 B 3107 C3
F103 3105 I103 2106 I114 SC1_L_RF_OUT 3108 C4
8 B2
3109 C3
150R 10u 16V 3110 C4

S103
9 2105 3106
330p 220K 3111 D3
F115 S104
10 3112 D3
3113 D3
11 I104 I115 L_SC1_AV1_IN
F105 3107 2108
B2 3114 D4
I116
12 3115 E3
22K 2u2
3116 E4
S106

2107 3108
F116 S105 330p 47K
13 3117 E3
3118 E4
C 14
I105
C 3119 F3
F106 SC1_B_U_IN
15
* 3110

100R
* 3130 B2 3120 F3
3121 F3
0R
S107

16 3109 1102 ITV 3122 F4


F114
75R
1
*
3110 680R 3130 C5
17 3114 680R

FOR ITV
2
3116 680R
3131 D5
3 3132 E5
18 I106 3118 750R
F107 3111 4
3130 100R 3133 E5
5
19 27K 6
3131 100R 7101 F4
S108

3112 3132 100R


6K8
8 7 F101 A3
20 3133 100R
F102 B3
STATUS_1
D 21 B2 D F103 B3
F104 B1
F108 3114 I107 3131 SC1_G_Y_IN
* 100R
* B2 F105 C3
F106 C3
0R
S109

3113
75R F107 D3
F108 D3
F109 E3
F109 3116 I108 3132 SC1_R_V_IN F110 E3
* 100R
* B2
F111 F3
F112 F3
0R
S110

3115
75R F113 F4
F114 C1
E E F115 B1
F110 3118 I109 3133 SC1_FBL_IN F116 C1
* 100R +5VSW
* B2
I101 A4
0R I102 B4
S111

3117
75R I103 B4
I111 SC1_CVBS_RF_OUT I104 C4
2V5 B2
I105 C4
F111 3119 I110 1V5 I106 D4
1V9
7101 I107 D4
68R BC847B I108 E4
S112

3120
1K0 I109 E4
I110 F4
F F I111 E4
F112 F113 CVBS_SC1_AV1_IN
3122 B2 I112 A5
RES 100R
I113 B4
S113

*EMC 3121 I114 B5


2113 75R
10p I115 C4
I116 C1
F_15310_016.eps
S101 A2
3139 123 6019.1 300605 S102 B2
S103 B2

1 2 3 4 5 6
Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts LC4.1E AB 7. 35

Layout SSB (Top Side)


1001 C3 1302 E2 1407 C6 1751 A3 2012 B2 2030 D4 2050 D4 2060 C3 2307 D3 2372 B3 2380 C4 2387 C4 2394 C4 2421 C5 2450 C6 2476 E6 2524 D6 2724 B2 2920 C2 2962 A5 3006 D4 3063 A4 3311 D3 3411 B5 3426 D5
1006 A4 1331 E3 1409 D6 1910 A1 2013 C3 2031 D4 2051 D4 2061 C3 2308 D3 2374 C3 2381 C4 2388 C3 2395 C3 2426 C5 2451 C6 2483 D5 2525 D6 2736 B4 2921 C3 2963 A6 3011 D3 3082 C4 3327 D3 3412 B5 3427 D5
1007 A4 1332 E3 1462 D5 1951 A5 2016 D3 2032 D4 2052 C4 2063 C3 2309 D3 2375 C3 2382 D3 2389 D3 2396 C3 2438 C4 2471 E6 2510 D6 2526 D6 2737 A4 2930 C1 2994 B5 3048 C4 3130 D4 3351 C2 3413 B5 3428 D5
1008 A4 1401 C6 1463 D6 2004 B3 2017 D3 2033 C4 2053 D3 2067 A4 2311 E3 2376 D3 2383 D3 2390 D3 2399 D3 2443 D6 2472 E6 2513 D6 2527 D6 2738 B4 2933 A1 2995 B5 3052 D4 3131 D4 3374 C3 3415 D5 3432 D5
1010 D4 1402 A5 1485 E6 2006 C3 2018 D3 2035 D4 2054 D3 2068 B3 2355 D3 2377 D3 2384 D3 2391 D3 2401 B5 2444 C6 2473 E6 2521 D6 2703 B2 2739 B4 2943 B2 2996 B4 3054 C4 3132 D4 3394 C3 3416 D5 3436 D5
1101 E4 1403 C6 1684 A4 2007 C3 2023 D4 2044 C4 2055 D4 2102 E3 2356 C3 2378 C4 2385 D3 2392 C4 2410 C4 2446 B5 2474 D6 2522 D6 2714 A2 2910 B1 2959 A6 2997 B4 3060 C3 3133 D4 3403 D5 3424 D5 3439 D5
1102 D4 1404 B6 1701 B4 2011 C3 2024 B3 2049 D4 2058 C2 2106 E3 2359 C2 2379 C4 2386 C4 2393 C4 2420 C5 2449 D5 2475 E6 2523 D6 2719 A2 2911 B2 2960 A6 2998 B6 3061 D3 3309 D3 3407 B5 3425 D5 3440 D5
3445 C6
3446 C6
3471 E6
3478 D5
3496 E6
3497 E6
3510 C6
3511 C6
3512 C6
3513 C6
3522 D6
3523 D6
3524 D6
3525 D6
3526 D6
3527 D6
3910 B1
3911 B1
3937 B1
4013 D4
4015 B3
4339 D3
4409 D5
4440 D5
4510 C6
4511 C6
4518 C6
4519 C6
5002 B4
5004 C3
5005 C4
5006 C4
5008 C4
5013 D4
5060 B3
5309 D3
5370 C4
5371 C4
5372 C4
5375 C4
5376 C4
5401 C5
5402 C4
5403 C4
5404 C5
5462 E6
5736 B4
5737 A4
5751 A3
5910 B1
5930 C1
5931 B1
5932 B2
5961 A6
6005 C3
6060 A4
6310 D3
6910 B2
6911 C2
6930 B1
7060 A4
7370 E3
7401 C5
7403 B6
7437 D5
7461 D6
7510 D6
7712 B3
7910 B1