ALESIS ION (Q01) Service Manual

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Preface
This document is intended to assist the service technician in the operation, maintenance and repair of the Alesis device. Together with the User Reference Manual, this document provides a complete description of the functionality and serviceability of the Device. Any comments or suggestions you may have pertaining to the document are welcome and encouraged. READ THIS!
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Warnings
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO WATER OR MOISTURE.

The arrowhead symbol on a lightning flash inside a triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated "dangerous voltage" within the enclosed product which may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point inside a triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating, maintenance and servicing instructions in the literature which accompanies the product.

REPAIR BY ANY PERSON OR ENTITY OTHER THAN AN AUTHORIZED ALESIS SERVICE CENTER WILL VOID THE ALESIS WARRANTY. PROVISION OF THIS MANUAL DOES NOT AUTHORIZE THE RECIPIENT TO COMPETE WITH ANY ALESIS DISTRIBUTOR OR AUTHORIZED REPAIR SERVICE CENTER IN THE PROVISION OF REPAIR SERVICES OR TO BE OR MAKE REPAIRS AS AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER. ALL REPAIRS DONE BY ANY ENTITY OTHER THAN AN AUTHORIZED ALESIS SERVICE CENTER SHALL BE SOLELY THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THAT ENTITY, AND ALESIS SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY TO THAT ENTITY OR TO ANY OTHER PARTY FOR ANY REPAIRS BY THAT ENTITY.

Regarding the Power Supply Fuse
CAUTION: The product under service may employ the use of a replaceable fuse. Danger of fire or electrocution if fuse is incorrectly replaced. Replace with only the same type or equivalent type recommended by the equipment manufacturer.

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Safety Suggestions
Carefully read the applicable items of the operating instructions and these safety suggestions before using this product. Use extra care to follow the warnings written on the product itself and in the operating instructions. Keep the operating instructions and safety suggestions for reference in the future.
1. Power Source. The product should only be connected to a power supply which is described either in the operating instructions or in markings on the product. 2. Power Cord Protection. AC power supply cords should be placed such that no one is likely to step on the cords and such that nothing will be placed on or against them. 3. Periods of Non-use. If the product is not used for any significant period of time, the product's AC power supply cord should be unplugged from the AC outlet. 4. Foreign Objects and Liquids. Take care not to allow liquids to spill or objects to fall into any openings of the product. 5. Water or Moisture. The product should not be used near any water or in moisture. 6. Heat. Do not place the product near heat sources such as stoves, heat registers, radiators or other heat producing equipment. 7. Ventilation. When installing the product, make sure that the product has adequate ventilation. Improperly ventilating the product may cause overheating, which may damage the product. 8. Mounting. The product should only be used with a rack which the manufacturer recommends. The combination of the product and rack should be moved carefully. Quick movements, excessive force or uneven surfaces may overturn the combination which may damage the product and rack combination. 9. Cleaning. The product should only be cleaned as the manufacturer recommends. 10. Service. The user should only attempt the limited service or upkeep specifically described in the operating instructions for the user. For any other service required, the product should be taken to an authorized service center as described in the operating instructions. 11. Damage to the Product. Qualified service personnel should service the unit in certain situations including without limitation when: a. Liquid has spilled or objects have fallen into the product, b. The product is exposed to water or excessive moisture, c. The AC power supply plug or cord is damaged, d. The product shows an inappropriate change in performance or does not operate normally, or e. The enclosure of the product has been damaged.

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External In to Main or Aux Out Power Consumption: 12 Watts max (100-240VAC/5060Hz) Physical Keyboard: 49 keys (velocity.17 VRMS) = -0dBFS Output Impedance: 1kΩ Audio Performance Signal To Noise Ratio: >95 dB A-weighted. Program Memory: 512 Preset Programs.20 x 95. release velocity sensitive) Real-Time Controllers: 30 360-degree Parameter Knobs. Assignable Pitch Wheel. 32 Multi-timbral Setups. all user-rewritable Effects: 4 Drive Effects (1 each per Part) plus Master Effects (Shared) Audio Input Input Connectors: 2 Balanced 1/4” TRS jacks Maximum Input Level: +5. 2 LFOs. MIDI Thru Audio Outputs: Main L/R . MIDI Out. 2 Assignable Modulation Wheels. 2 multi-mode filters. 3 envelope generators.Specifications Sound Engine Sound Generation: Alesis proprietary DSP Analog Modeling Polyphonic Voices: 8. Aux L/R.20mm Weight: 20 lbs / 9 kg .75” x 13.0” / 838. Sustain pedal jack MIDI Connections: MIDI In. each with 3 oscillators.005%. External In to Main or Aux Out Frequency Response: 20-20kHz. Headphone (1/4” TRS) Dimensions (WxHxD): 33. Ext In to Main or Aux Out THD+N: < 0.0” x 3.41VRMS) = -0dBFS Input Impedance: 10kΩ Audio Output Output Connectors: 4 Impedance-Balanced 1/4” TRS jacks. programmable effects send and modulation matrix. ¼” TRS Headphone Jack Maximum Output Level: +18dBu (6.25 x 330.2dBu (1. Pedal Jacks: Assignable Exp pedal jack.

2) (A) TAKE OUT THE 10PCS SCREWS FROM WHICH THE BOTTOM CHASSIS. Fig. (B) TAKE OUT THE 12 PCS SCREWS FROM WHICH THE BOTTOM PANEL Fig.DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES 1.1 2. REMOVAL OF KEYBOARD (Fig.1) (A) TAKE OUT THE 5 PCS SCREWS FROM WHICH THE REAR PANEL.2 . REMOVAL OF TOP COVER / FRONT BOTTOM PANEL (Fig.

3.3 4.REMOVAL ASSY PCB POWER SUPPLY BB01 (Fig.B AND ASSY PCB PITCH/MOD WHEEL LED (Fig. REMOVAL OF MAIN P.3) (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) REMOVE 6 PCS OF CABLE CONNECTOR FROM MAIN PCB REMOVE THE 9 PCS NUT OF 1/4” CONNECTORS FROM REAR PANEL REMOVE THE 5 PCS SCREW FROM WHICH MAIN PCB REMOVE 1 PC OF CABLE CONNECTOR FROM PCB PITCH/MOD WHEEL LED REMOVE 4 PCS OF SCREW FROM PCB PITCH/MOD WHEEL LED Fig.C.4 .4) (A) REMOVE 1 PC OF CABLE CONNECTOR FROM PCB TRANSFORMER (B) REMOVE THE 2 PCS SCREWS FROM PCB TRANSFORMER (C) REMOVE THE 2 PCS SCREWS FROM REAR PANEL Fig.

5.REMOVAL ASSY PCB TOP PANEL AND ASSY PITCH AND MOD WHEELS (Fig.5) (A) (B) (C) (D) REMOVE THE 9 PCS OF SCREWS FROM ASSY PCB TOP PANEL LEFT REMOVE THE 7 PCS SCREW FROM ASSY PCB TOP PANEL RIGHT REMOVE THE 6PCS SCREW FROM ASSY PITCH AND MOD WHEELS REMOVE THE 4PCS SCREW FROM ASSY LCD WITH CABLE Fig.5 .

WIRING DIAGRAM (US/EU/UK/AUS NZ) .

PACKING DIAGRAM (US/EU/UK/AUS NZ) .

EXPLODE DIAGRAM (US/EU/UK/AUS NZ) SEQUENCIAL NO OF EXPLODE DIAGRAM WILL BE MARKED ON REF. COLUMM OF BOM LIST .

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REV A QTY 1 3 5 3 1 1 1 1 0.1 1 2 1 1 25 3 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 18 8 4 2 6 6 4 14 10 1 1 1 2 3 41 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 44 59 45 7 41 25 53 5 40 29 51 3 33 60 11 24 10 15 16 13 14 26 27 9 12 37 47 6 46 42 20 21 56 57 55 22 4 35 48 52 REF 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Q01 SHEET WELCOME-TO-ALESIS-FAMILY 5 x 8" BOX SHIPPING Q01 BOX GIFT Q01 SUPPORT CARDBOARD Q01 ENDCAP FOAM LEFT Q01 ENDCAP FOAM RIGHT Q01 SUPPORT CENTER FOAM Q01 GEL SILICA 5G PACKET POLYBAG 10 * 15 .007 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0.8 mm NEOPRENE RUBBER SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW CABLE SIL 4-PIN CONNECTOR F-F CABLE SIL 6-PIN 2mm F-F CABLE SIL 6-PIN 2mm M .1 0.REV B STICKER SYMBOL CAUTION (WHITE-ON-BLACK) TOP PANEL Q01 CHASSIS BOTTOM Q01 BEZEL LCD CLEAR ACRYLIC Q01 .STAKED CABLE DIL RIBBON 16-PIN F-M SCREW SCREW SCREW ASSY KEYBED 49-KEY FATAR TP/7BA CABLE POWER UL/CSA (SJT) STICKER BARCODE S/N Q01 STICKER ETL/FCC/CE/C-Tick & CAUTION .4 MIL POLYBAG 18" X 45" 4MIL WIRING SEAT ENDCAP CHASSIS LEFT Q01 INSULATOR POWER SUPPLY FORMEX W/ ADHESIVE 102 X 72 mm INSULATOR SHEET PLASTIC CAP ROUND SWITCH CLEAR Q01 CAP ROUND SWITCH BLACK Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH CLEAR Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH CLEAR ARROW UP Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH CLEAR ARROW DOWN Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH CLEAR ARROW LEFT Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH CLEAR ARROW RIGHT Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH BLACK ARROW LEFT FACING Q01 CAP SQUARE SWITCH BLACK ARROW RIGHT FACING Q01 CAP RECTANGULAR SWITCH CLEAR Q01 CAP RECTANGULAR SWITCH BLACK Q01 CAP RECTANGULAR SWITCH CLEAR CENTER Q01 STANDOFF 10 X 10 X 8.2mm BRASS SUBPANEL ENDCAP LEFT Q01 SUBPANEL ENDCAP RIGHT Q01 PACKING ASSEMBLY SPACER CARDBOARD [CB310N005] Q01 POLYBAG BAG FOAM 420 X 500mm REF MANUAL.Ion BOM LEVEL P/N BAGL-40A 5-10-1004 LAP67YAH255 5-03-0035 9-01-0077-A 9-01-0076-A PQ01ALE01 7-80-0362-A 7-90-0609 7-93-1619 7-51-0124-A 7-51-1219 7-80-0323-A 7-80-0324-A 7-80-0325-A 7-81-0176-A 7-81-0177-A 7-81-0180-A 7-91-1002 7-94-1015 7-94-1845 PT0104432 9-15-0305-A 7-07-0060-A 7-07-0062 9-15-0310-A 9-15-0311-A 9-15-0312-A 9-15-0313-A 9-15-0352-A 9-15-0351-A 9-15-0350-A 9-15-0371-A 9-15-0370-A 9-15-0315-A 9-15-0316-A 9-15-0361-A 5-03-0034 SC0306PBBI SC0306RICI SC0406RIBI SC3506AIBI SC3514PBBI 4-19-0036-A 4-19-0039-A 4-19-0048-A 4-70-0021-A 5-00-0020 5-00-0106 5-00-1020 7-10-0116 7-41-0005 7-50-0179 7-52-0040-B 7-53-0100 9-01-0056-A 9-01-0057-A 9-10-0058-A CABLE CLIP DESCRIPTION TIE WRAP 4" LOCKING WHITE STICKER STANDOFF M3 M-F 45.

5mm DIODE POWER ULTRA-FAST MUR120 1A 200V DIODE SCHOTTKY 1N5822 3A 40V DIODE POWER ULTRAFAST MUR160 600V 1A DIODE ZENER 1N4751 30V 1W DO-41 RECTIFIER BRIDGE DB105 1A 600V TRANS OFF-LINE PWM SWITCH 50W TO-223 IC OPTO-ISOLATOR TCDT1124 6-PIN DIODE BAV21 CON PWR IEC 10A 250V PCB-MOUNT (TOP GND LUG) HEADER SIL 4-PIN CLIP FUSE HOLDER (5 x 12mm) FUSE 2A 250V 5X20mm F UL-LISTED INDUCTOR 100uH 0.74.97.31~33.18.62 R19.70.5x11.2X10.94~109.130~141.76.140 R4.REV A KNOB TEXTURED BLACK Q01 .23~26.01uF Y-CAP 250 VAC 15.114~116.15 C13 D2.29~31.5X5.120~122.54.6 D3 D4 D5 D7 Q2 Q1 D1 J2 J1 F1 (F1) L1.5mm 20% INDUCTOR 22uH 1.40.63.44~46.27.59.150 C1. 123~125 (J3) R96.2X18.29A 5x8.REV A ENDCAP KEYBED LEFT Q01 .113.10.70.101.5mm CAP 1000pF Y-CAP 250VAC 5x6.1mm x 18mm PLASTIC RESISTOR 100O (SMD) RESISTOR 1K (SMD) 17 1 6 27 2 2 2 2 RS10318J05 RS10418J05 RS18218J05 RS20318J05 RESISTOR 10K (SMD) RESISTOR 100K (SMD) RESISTOR 1.7~9.122.REV A KNOB MAIN VOLUME W/INDICATOR Q01 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 9-15-0076 9-15-0206 9-15-0302-A 9-15-0303-A 9-15-0304-A 9-15-0307-A 9-15-0308-A 9-15-0309-A 9-44-0006 9-79-BB01 7-53-0231-A 9-07-0031 5-04-0062-A TE617920201 0-00-0221 0-00-0689 0-01-2213 0-05-1104 1-02-0104 1-02-5103 1-08-0474 1-08-1000 1-09-0221 1-13-4472 1-14-0104 1-15-0103 1-15-2102 2-01-0120 2-01-5822 2-02-0600 2-02-4751 2-03-0105 2-05-0223 2-24-8104 2-99-0021 4-09-0010 4-15-0204 5-05-1001 7-04-0012 7-20-0064 7-20-0065 7-30-0025 7-40-0038 9-40-BB01-E 9-79-0272-C FOOT ROUND LARGE CLIP KNOB TEXTURED TRANSLUCENT Q01 .5mm 20% CHOKE COMMON MODE 10mH 3.100.5x8x12.18.34.111.21.4 L2 L3 T1 18 C2~14.13 1.17.118. CAP 0.108.6 5.1uF X2-CAP +/-20% 250VAC 15x17.86.8 C14.2x20mm CAP 220uF ELEC 25V 3.128.REV A ENDCAP KEYBED RIGHT Q01 .58.127 .58.52.REV A BRACKET MOUNTING LCD FRONTIGHT DISPLAY LCD 160x160 HANTRONIX Y-G LED BACKLIGHT ASSY PCB POWER SUPPLY BB01 STICKER FUSE RATING T1AL 250V SHIELD EMI/IEC BB INSULATOR 19mm x 20mm PLASTIC 2P AC CONNECTOR RES 220 OHM 1/8W 5% RES 6.13.30"DIA.5x4.12 C11 C3.78.106 R10.5x5x10.73~92.5x11.24.35.37 R53.36.01uF CERDISC 20% 500V 5x5x2mm CAP 47uF ELEC 16V 2x5x11mm CAP 1000uF ELEC 20% 16V 5x10.79.61.4.50.01UF 2 2 2 2 CS104K2505X7R CERAMIC 0.39.28~30.43.114.20.5mm CAP 0.51.84 CS103K5005X7R CERAMIC 0.5mm CAP 47uF ELEC 400V 7.90.112.112.4 R5 C1 C6 C5 C7.58A 5x8.5x18x25mm CAP 0.8K (SMD) RESISTOR 20K (SMD) 18 13 4 8 .1UF 5-04-0061-A RS10118J05 RS10218J05 INSULATOR 4.139 R12.144.9 C2.105.1uF CERDISC 10% .104.71.93.110.133.16.11.5 OHMS TRANSFORMER HI-FREQ SWITCHING FLYBACK EI25-CORE BB PCB POWER SUPPLY BB01.REV E ASSY PCB MAIN Q01 Rev C 4 1 1 30 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 74 19 50 34 1 2 23 36 49 28 32 (C3) (J2) (C11) (J3) R1 R2 R3.40~42.12 1.77.14.143.91.8 OHM 1/8W 5% RES 221K OHM 1/8W 1% RES 100K OHM 1W 5% CAP 0.15.

147~149 C15~17.146 C113 C72.21.1K OHM 1/10W 5% 0805 RES 221 OHM 1/10W 1% 0805 RES 365 OHM 1/10W 1% 0805 RES CHIP ARRAY 4 x 1K OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.1 HEADER SIL 4-PIN 3.0V REG LM78L12 +12V REGULATOR REG LM79L12 -12V REGULATOR IC 6N138 OPTO ISOLATOR DIODE DIODE SIGNAL 1N4148 SMD SOT-23 DIODE SCHOTTKY MBRS140T3 1A 40V SMD TRANS 2N4401 NPN TRANS 2N4403 PNP IC 74AHC04 HEX INVERTERS IC 74AHC574 OCTAL D FF W/TRI-STATE OUTS SMI IC 74AHCT14 HEX SCHMITT-TRIGGER INVERTER 14-PIN SOP IC 74LVC161 SYNC 4-BIT BINARY COUNTER SOP-16 IC DRAM 256K x 16 35nS 40-PIN SOJ IC SRAM 32K x 8 15ns 3.12 U4 U39 U14 U13 U6.92.98.142.103.37) R138 R48.28.2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 RS24218J05 RS30218J05 R10218 TE10200601 5-01-0029 WS663309IC 0-05-0100 0-15-0912 0-16-2210 0-16-3650 0-17-0102 0-17-0103 0-17-0221 0-17-0470 1-08-0222 1-08-0223 1-11-0225 1-55-0561 1-56-0151 2-05-0111 2-11-1317 2-11-2940 2-13-7812 2-13-7912 2-24-0138 2-50-4148 2-50-4149 2-51-0140 2-51-4401 2-51-4403 2-62-0004 2-62-0574 2-62-1014 2-64-5161 2-66-6256 2-67-6256 2-69-2416 2-69-2880 2-70-5206 2-71-0084 2-71-3079 2-75-1101 2-75-1201 2-77-0096 2-79-1818 2-80-0007 4-00-0002 4-02-0007 4-14-0116 4-14-2601 4-14-6000 4-15-0010 4-15-0204 4-15-1800 5-00-0006 5-00-0106 5-02-0009 RESISTOR 2.13.22.87.47.4.20 U11.64 C45~48.25.120.80.73.3V TSOP-28 IC EEPROM SERIAL 16K SOIC-8 IC FLASH-ROM 512Kx16 110nS 48-PIN TSOP IC MPU MCF5206E 54MHz 160-PIN QFP IC TL084 QUAD OPAMP SOP-14 IC MC33079 4-OPAMP SOP-14 IC CONVERTER ADC 24-BIT AL1101 SOP-16 IC CONVERTER DAC 24-BIT AL1201 SOP-16 IC DSP 1KM/AL3101 28-PIN SOIC IC CONTROLLER RESET W/OVERRIDE DS1818-10TR +3.39.20.10 U8 U7 U30.129.5x4x7mm CAP 220 uF 16V ELEC CAP 2.1 17.26.32) (U31.10 Q1.115.11.96mm MALE EXT-LOCKING HEADER SIL 18-PIN 1mm FEM FFC SCREW 4-40X1/2" SCREW 4-40X1/2" HEATSINK 1 11 1 2 1 3 1 8 16 1 5 7 10 3 25 1 5 20 8 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 13 2 5 6 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 9 1 1 3 9 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 R136 R55~57.67.37.116.63.32) .54~57.38.82.50~53.22.8~10.102.119.23.20 J15 J17 J18 J16 J21 (U37) (U31.72.37.65.49.36.27.1" MALE HEADER DIL 60-PIN 0.66 Q6.5.126.49.12) (U37) (U31. 135.12 Q2.8mm RES CHIP ARRAY 4 X 220 OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.107.127~130 R93-95 C19.81.34.5 9~61.62.5.38.14 J19.117 R88.137 R134 R2.41~44.99.109.7 U32.85 R141 (J2.2uF ELEC 50V CAP 560pF NPO 0805 CAP 150pF NPO 0805 TRN TRANSISTOR JFET J111 REG LM317 POS ADJUSTABLE REGULATOR REG LM2940CT-5.118.83 R1.8mm CAP 22uF ELEC 20% 16V 1.4 J5~11.38 U31 U35 U34 U1 D16 D1~8.69.145.3.17.66.110.89.32.32.13 U15 U18 U2 U3.11~15 D9.33.8mm RES CHIP ARRAY 4 X 47 OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.71.75.3.1" MALE HEADER DIL 10-PIN 0.1 SHRD HEADER DIL 26-PIN 0.119.35.126.33 U21~ 29 U16 U19 J1.68.64.132 R6.5.67~69.125.8mm RES CHIP ARRAY 4 x 10K OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.3V SOT-23 IC FPGA EP1K30QC208-2 208-PIN PQFP JACK DIN 5-PIN MIDI PCB MOUNT 180 W/SHIELD JACK 1/4 STEREO 7-PIN FEM MINI W/GRND LUG STRAIGHT HEADER DIL 16-PIN 0.123.9.111.4K (SMD) RESISTOR 3K (SMD) RESISTOR 1KO 6P CONNECTOR WASHER WASHER RES 10 OHM 1/2W 5% RES 9.60.124.

11.19~27 Q2~4.9.21.13.24.3.28.23 C7 Q1.20~23.30.15.8mm RES CHIP ARRAY 4 X 27 OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.25.18 U5.24.6.29.1" SHRD ENCODER 24-DETENT 12mm VERT-MT 14mm FLAT-THREADED-SHAFT SWITCH TACT TL1105T PCB.40.37.5.2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5-02-4402 6-02-0050 7-01-0035 9-03-1132 9-40-0272-C 9-79-0280-A 1-56-0104 PT0704402 0-15-0103 0-15-0104 0-15-0151 0-15-0471 TE10200601 TE612000901 0-09-0036 0-09-0041 0-16-2002 0-17-0101 0-17-0103 0-17-0270 1-08-0222 1-08-0223 1-56-0102 2-51-4401 2-51-4403 2-72-0339 2-72-4051 3-02-0028 3-02-0029 4-70-0018-A 4-70-0019-A 6-02-0050 9-40-0280-A 9-79-0281-C 1-56-0104 PT0704402 0-15-0101 0-15-0102 0-09-0036 0-15-0100 0-15-0101 0-17-0103 0-17-0270 1-08-0222 1-08-0223 2-51-4401 2-51-4403 2-72-4051 3-02-0028 3-02-0029 3-02-0030 3-02-0042 4-14-0040 6-00-0010 6-02-0050 9-40-0281-C NUT SWITCH TACT TL1105T OSCILLATOR 54MHz 3.17.12~15.4.5mm) RESISTOR 10K (SMD) RESISTOR 100K (SMD) RESISTOR 150O (SMD) RESISTOR 470O (SMD) 6P CONNECTOR 9P CONNECTOR POT 5KB DUAL 360 DEG TURN POT 10KA DUAL RES 20.8mm SMD CAP 22uF ELEC 20% 16V 1.25 R5~21 R26.2.24 U1~4 D3.28.36 D4.31.5 C1.5x4x7mm CAP 220 uF 16V ELEC CAP 1000PF 5% 100V NPO 0805 TRANS NPN 2N4401 40V 1A SOT-23 TRANS PNP 2N4403 40V 800mA SOT-23 IC LM339 QUAD COMPARATOR SMD IC CD4051 SINGLE 8-CHAN MUX 16-PIN SOIC LED RED T1 CLEAR (NON-DIFFUSED) 4204-10IT LED GRN T1 CLEAR (NON-DIFFUSED) 4204-10GT CABLE DIL RIBBON 60-PIN F-F CABLE DIL RIBBON 40-PIN F-F SWITCH TACT TL1105T PCB TOP PANEL LEFT Q01 Rev A ASSY PCB TOP PANEL RIGHT Q01 Rev C CERAMIC 0.23.7~11.9 C6.2.46.8mm RES CHIP ARRAY 4 x 10K OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.27.7 U1.3 R22 R4 C1.1UF LED HOLDER (7.31.4 D9~21.3V 8-PIN DIP HEATSINK PCB MAIN Q01 Rev C ASSY PCB TOP PANEL LEFT Q01 Rev A CERAMIC 0.35.64~ 67 D22.12.27 R1.57. TOP PANEL RIGHT Q01 Rev C 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 21 1 8 1 1 1 1 13 1 1 4 2 2 5 2 1 17 10 3 4 49 10 1 1 47 1 1 22 9 2 3 17 2 3 1 1 4 2 18 6 4 14 11 2 1 1 1 23 1 (U37) S1 U36 17 C2~6.29~35.29.28.1UF LED HOLDER (7.34 D1.47~49.33.7-48 39 C2~5.14.14.16.37~42.32.26 R1.5.14~22.17.6.26.24.11~28 (D3.43.63 J2 J4 S1~5.256.58~62.23~26.5x4x7mm CAP 220 uF 16V ELEC TRANS NPN 2N4401 40V 1A SOT-23 TRANS PNP 2N4403 40V 800mA SOT-23 IC CD4051 SINGLE 8-CHAN MUX 16-PIN SOIC LED RED T1 CLEAR (NON-DIFFUSED) 4204-10IT LED GRN T1 CLEAR (NON-DIFFUSED) 4204-10GT LED YEL T1 CLEAR (NON-DIFFUSED) 4204-10YT LED BLUE T1 DIFFUSED HEADER DIL 40-PIN 0.7.31.5mm) RESISTOR 100O (SMD) RESISTOR 1K (SMD) POT 5KB DUAL 360 DEG TURN RES 10 OHM 1/10W 5% 0805 RES 100 OHM 1/10W 5% 0805 RES CHIP ARRAY 4 x 10K OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.36.44.10 Q5~22 Q1~4.6 R25.2.3.33.18.34) R28.47~56.62) R8 R27~34 R35 R36 J5 J3 R12~24 R11 R7 R2.8mm RES CHIP ARRAY 4 X 27 OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.8.20.0K OHM 1/10W 1% 0805 RES CHIP ARRAY 4 x 100 OHM 1/16W 5% ISOLATED c-c=0.24~28 (D12~15.45.15.17~19.59.27 D19 J1 ENC1 21~23 .8mm SMD CAP 22uF ELEC 20% 16V 1.5.8.16. 55.29 R23.29 C10.

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 9-96-0082 9-03-0145-A WS1306505 0-09-0037 4-19-0035 7-13-0080 9-06-0018 9-06-0030 9-15-0301-A 9-96-0096 7-13-0001 4-19-0038-B 6-02-0036 9-96-0305-A R47016 TE10200602 3-02-0028 9-40-0305-A ASSY PITCH AND MOD WHEELS Q01 BRACKET PITCH/MOD WHEEL WASHER POT 5KB SINGLE CONTROL EYELET 18MM SHAFT CABLE SIL 6-PIN PITCH/MOD WHEEL Q01 TUBING HEATSHRINK 1/16" DIA x 5/8" 300V 80c SPRING.REV A 1 3 1 3 1 2 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 8 54 .REV A ASSY CABLE AC POWER SWITCH Q01 TUBING HEATSHRINK 5mm DIA x 15mm CABLE SIL 2-PIN 7. MOD WHEEL SPRING PITCH WHEEL WHEEL PITCH & MOD Q01 .92mm HEADER-F POWER SWITCH ASSY PCB PITCH/MOD WHEEL LED RESISTOR HEADER LED RED T1 CLEAR (NON-DIFFUSED) 4204-10IT PCB PITCH/MOD WHEEL LED .

Verify that the text “ diagnostic” appears at the very top of the LCD. 6) Using the > PAGE button. Turn Master Volume knob (red knob) completely CCW. Plug sustain pedal into the expression pedal input jack on the Q01. 7) Press the soft button beneath “ whl cali p hi” text at the bottom of the LCD (text at top of LCD should now read “ WHEEL CALIBRATION” and the text “ whl cali p hi” should now be highlighted). Move pitch wheel “ p1” to its bottom-most position and press compare.” 1) 2) 3) 4) . Mod Wheel 1 Calibration 10) Turn the encoder one click CCW. Plug the headphones into the headphone output jack of the Q01 (marked with a headphones symbol). This calibrates the bottom range of the pitch wheel. The arrow should now be pointing up in a box labeled “ m1. 9) Turn the encoder one click CCW. go to page 3 of the diagnostics (text at top of LCD should read “ EXT IN AUDIO TEST” and text at bottom of LCD should read “ 3 of 3” ). This brings the Q01 into diagnostic mode. in a box labeled “ p. Pitch Wheel Calibration 8) Verify that there is an arrow pointing up towards a number. 5) Power up Q01 while holding down PAGE < and > PAGE buttons. This calibrates the top range of the pitch wheel. The arrow in box “ p” should now be pointing down towards another number.” Move pitch wheel “ p1” to its top-most position and press the “ compare” button. Connect the MIDI cable from Q01 MIDI OUT to Q01 MIDI IN.” Movemod wheel “ m1” to its top -most position and press “ compare.Q01 QC Test Procedures Items required for test (one each unless otherwise specified): • • • • • • Q01 unit with current OS IEC power cable MIDI cable Sustain pedal Pair of headphones AP Computer w/ cables Setup and Calibration: Connect IEC power cable from Q01 to power outlet.

Verify that the text “ diagnostic” appears at the very top of the LCD. c) Turn the encoder one click CCW (translucent white knob to the right of the LCD). The arrow should now be pointing up in a box labeled “ exp. Verify that the LCD displays the text “ all LEDs are off” and verify that all LEDs turn off. This concludes calibration. 16) Turn the encoder one click CCW. Verify that they also don’ t have any dents any scratches. c) Verify that all the jacks on the rear of the Q01 have nuts installed. Procedures: 1) Visual Inspection a) Inspect the front panel for dents and scratches.” Move mod wheel “ m1” to its bottom-most position and press “ compare. 18) Plug the sustain pedal back into the sustain pedal input of the Q01.” Press the sustain pedal and press the “ compare” button. d) For all the exposed LEDs (the ones protruding through the front panel).11) Turn the encoder one click CCW. The arrow should now be pointing down in box “ exp.” Expression Pedal Calibration 14) Verify that the sustain pedal is plugged into the expression pedal input of the Q01.” Mod Wheel 2 Calibration 12) Turn the encoder one click CCW.” b) Verify that all the LEDs on the Q01 are indeed on and that the brightness between LEDs of the same type/color is consistent. b) Make sure that the end caps are properly seated into the chassis. 17) Power cycle the Q01 while holding down PAGE < and > PAGE buttons. The arrow should now be pointing down in box “ m1. The arrow should now be pointing up in a box labeled “ m2.” 13) Turn the encoder one click CCW.” Move mod wheel “ m2” to its bottom-most position and press “ compare.” Press the “ compare” button. . not the sustain pedal input. verify that they do not have any visible scratches.” Move mod wheel “ m2” to its top-most position and press “ compare. The arrow should now be pointing down in box “ m2. 15) Turn the encoder one click CCW. 2) LED Test a) Verify that the LCD displays the texts “ LED TEST” and“ all LEDs are on.

the pot indicator will move from left to right.” 4) Pot/Expression Pedal/Wheel Test a) Press the soft button beneath the LCD text “ pot exp pdl.” Verify that the LCD text “ button sust pdl” is now highlighted. and that the texts “ POT/EXP PDL TEST” and “ turn any pot” are displayed in the middle of the LCD. and that the texts “ BTN/SUST PDL TEST” and “ press any button” are now displayed in the middle of the LCD. NOTE: If the pot is turned CW.” e) As each button is pressed.e. . if the pot is turned CCW. and that the LCD indicates the button is pressed down with the text “ button DOWN. f) Press on the sustain pedal. the pot indicator will move from right to left. and the percent value will increase. i) Move pitch wheel P down and verify that the LCD shows a value of 0. verify that the name of that button is displayed on the LCD. the FILTER 1 FREQ pot is more sensitive than the FILTER 1 RES pot). make sure that the silk screen on that button is not scratched or misaligned. Also.” h) Move pitch wheel P up and verify that the LCD shows the text “ pitch wheel” and a value of 16383. b) Test all the buttons on the Q01 front panel EXCEPT for the following: PAGE <. verify that the pot’ s name is displayed on the LCD and pot indicator moves smoothly. verify that the LCD indicates the button has been released with the text “ button UP. > PAGE. and the three soft buttons beneath the LCD (between PAGE < and > PAGE buttons). Conversely. This is normal and should not be considered a failure (i. and the percent value will decrease. f) Press on the sustain pedal and verify that the LCD displays the text “ exp pedal” and the value “ 0” . b) Test all the pots on the Q01 front panel except the Master Volume.3) Button/Sustain Pedal Test a) Press the soft button beneath the LCD text “ button sust pdl. Verify that the LCD displays “ sust pedal button DOWN. c) When a button is pressed down.” g) Release the sustain pedal. g) Release the sustain pedal and verify that the LCD now displays a value of “16383.” Verify that the LCD text “ pot exp pdl” is now highlighted. and that they should generate one “ click” when pressed. Also verify that all the buttons have a consistent feel. c) When a pot is turned. Verify that the LCD displays “ sust pedal button UP. e) Plug the sustain pedal into the expression pedal input jack of the Q01. d) Also verify that there are no bumps or rough spots felt on the pot knob as it is rotated CW or CCW.” d) When the button is released. some pots are more sensitive than others.

b) Turn the encoder CW. and the texts “ MIDI LOOP TEST” and “ press [compare]” should be displayed in the middle of the LCD. m) Verify that the “ref” value (displayed above the pot or wheel name) is between 2500 and 3200 (typically it should be around 2800). 7) MIDI Test a) Press the soft button beneath the LCD text “ midi. b) Press the COMPARE button (located below the encoder. Verify that the LCD text “ keyboard” is now highlighted (at the bottom of the LCD). and that the texts “ ENCODER TEST” and “ turn the encoder” are displayed in the middle of the LCD.” . Verify that the LCD displays “ passed.” Verify that the LCD text “ encoder” is now highlighted. c) As each key is pressed. and that the arrow is now pointing to the left. and that the texts “ KEYBOARD TEST” and “ press any key” are displayed in the middle of the LCD.” 6) Encoder Test a) Press the soft button beneath the LCD text “ encoder. to the right of the LCD). k) Move modulation wheel M1 down and verify that the LCD shows a value of 0.” e) When the key is released.j) Move modulation wheel M1 up and verify that the LCD shows the text “ mod 1 wheel” and a valueof 16383. Note that this value will change slightly as the pots and wheels are tested. verify that the note number of that key is displayed on the LCD. Verify that the LCD displays a positive number that increments as the encoder is turned. and that the LCD indicates the key is pressed with the text “ key DOWN. verify that the LCD indicates the key has been released with the text “ key UP. This is normal. 5) Keyboard Test a) Press the PAGE > button once. b) Test every key on the Q01. and that the rightmost key has a note number of 84 (the key’ s note number is displayed on the LCD when that key is pressed/released). c) Turn the encoder CCW. Verify that the LCD now displays a negative number that decrements as the encoder is turned. l) Repeat steps j) and k) with modulation wheel M2. Verify that the leftmost key has a note number of 36. make sure that the key movement and feel is consistent with all the other keys. but the variation should be no more than +/-1%. and that the arrow is pointing to the right.” The LCD text “ midi” should now be highlighted. d) When a key is pressed. Inspect the keys as well for scratches and dents.

1KHz sinewave and turn on the output. e) Repeat step d) five more times. c) Repeat step b) for the Q01 main output right jack. d) Press and hold a third key (do not release the first and second key) and verify that a second tone is heard together with the first and second ones. A single tone should be heard from the headphones. c) Connect the AP generator outputs A and B to the Q01 external in left and right. 9) Voice DSP Test a) Plug the headphones into the Q01 headphone output jack (Master Volume knob may require readjustment to bring headphone output to a comfortable listening level). the Master Volume knob has no effect. d) Verify that there is a tone from the left side of the headphones e) Connect the AP generator output to the Q01 external input right and verify that there is a tone from the right side of the headphones. Verify that the LCD text “ ext in” is now highlighted (at the bottom of the LCD). b) Plug the headphones into the Q01 main output left jack. c) Set the AP generator output to produce a 2Vp. Verify that when a key a pressed. Note that for the aux outputs. a tone is heard on one side (left side) of the headphones. Verify that both the left and right sides of the headphones produce a tone. respectively. NOTE: the Master Volume knob may require adjustment in order to hear this tone more easily. and the Q01 aux output left and right jacks. press a key and turn the Master Volume knob clockwise until the tone is at a comfortable listening level (this verifies that the Master Volume pot is functional). . c) Press and hold a second key (do not release the first key) and verify that a second tone is heard together with the first one. and that the text “ EXT IN AUDIO TEST” is displayed in the middle of the LCD (there should also be a diagram of the audio path).8) Audio Output Test a) While listening to the headphones. b) Turn the Master Volume knob completely clockwise. b) Press and hold down a key (do not release). b) Connect the AP generator output to the Q01 external input left. 11) AP Test a) Unplug the headphones from the Q01 headphones jack. each time verifying that the new note is heard along with the existing notes that are already playing. 10) External Audio Input Test a) Press the PAGE > button once. so that a total of eight notes are playing simultaneously.

12) Serial EEPROM Test a) Press the soft button beneath the LCD text “ eeprom. followed by “ passed. f) Repeat steps d) and e) for the Q01 aux outputs left and right. followed by “ failed. e) Run the AP tests (SNR. respectively. and frequency response). and the texts “ EEPROM TEST” and “ press [compare] to start EEPROM test” should be displayed in the middle of the LCD.” END OF QC TEST PROCEDURES .d) Connect the Q01 main output left and right to the AP analyzer inputs A and B.” The LCD text “ eeprom” should now be highlighted. the LCD will display “ testing” for several seconds. If the EEPROM is functional.” If the EEPROM is not functioning properly. b) Press the COMPARE button to test the serial EEPROM. THD+N. the LCD will display “ testing” briefly.

ALESIS ION (Q01) SCHEMATIC AND PCB FILES Confidential Alesis Service Manual 8-31-0125-A .

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