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Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Contents
SSB: Analog I/O - Audio SSB: Analog I/O - YPbPr & Cinch SSB: USB SSB: VGA SSB: Hospitality SSB: Ambilight CPLD SSB: TCON Control SSB: TCON DC/DC SSB: P Gamma & VCOM & Flash SSB: MPD SSB: Mini LVDS SSB: Connectors SSB: SRP List Explanation SSB: SRP List IR/LED Board Keyboard Control Board 11. Styling Sheets Styling Sheet 32" - 40" (Picasso) Styling Sheet 32" - 46" (van Gogh) Styling Sheet 32" - 46" (Da Vinci)

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(B07B) 63 (B07C) 64 (B07D) 65 (B07E) 66 (B08) 67 (B13) 68 (B14A) 69 (B14B) 70 (B14C) 71 (B14D) 72 (B14E) 73 (B14F) 74 77 78 (J) 79 (E) 81 83 84 85 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76 75-76

Revision List 2 Technical Specifications and Connections 2 Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List 5 Mechanical Instructions 9 Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 17 Alignments 24 Circuit Descriptions 29 IC Data Sheets 36 Block Diagrams Wiring Diagram 32" - 40" (Picasso) 39 Wiring Diagram 32" - 46" (van Gogh) 40 Wiring Diagram 32" 46" (Da Vinci) 41 Block Diagram Video 42 Block Diagram Audio 43 Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals 44 Block Diagram I2C 45 Supply Lines Overview 46 10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 1 (AL1A) 47 Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 2 (AL1B) 48 Ambilight: 3 LED Everlight (AL2A) 49 Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight (AL2A) 50 Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight (AL2B) 51 Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight (AL2A) 52 Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight (AL2B) 53 SSB: DC-DC (B01A) 55 SSB: TUNER & Analog Demodulator (B02) 56 SSB: CLASS-D & Muting (B03) 57 SSB: MTK Power (B04A) 58 SSB: GDDR3 (B04B) 59 SSB: Flash, EJTAG & Display Interface (B04C) 60 SSB: Ambilight Microcontroller (B05) 61 SSB: HDMI & Multiplexer (B06) 62

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Revision List

1. Revision List
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0 First release.

2. Technical Specifications and Connections


Index of this chapter: 2.1 Technical Specifications 2.2 Directions for Use 2.3 Connections 2.4 Chassis Overview Notes: Figures can deviate due to the different set executions. Specifications are indicative (subject to change).

2.1

Technical Specifications
For on-line product support please use the links in Table 2-1. Here is product information available, as well as getting started, user manuals, frequently asked questions and software & drivers. Table 2-1 Described Model numbers CTN Styling Published in: 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970 3122 785 18970

32PFL3805D/78 Picasso 32PFL5605D/78 van Gogh 32PFL6605D/78 da Vinci 40PFL3805D/78 Picasso 40PFL5605D/78 van Gogh 40PFL6605D/78 da Vinci 46PFL5605D/78 van Gogh 46PFL6605D/78 da Vinci

2.2

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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Back connectors
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Side connectors
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Bottom connectors
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Figure 2-1 Connection overview Note: The following connector color abbreviations are used (according to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, Ye= Yellow. 2.3.1 Side Connectors 1 - USB2.0 2.3.3
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5 - Cinch: AV IN: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 ohm Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 kohm 6 - Aerial - In (Air and Cable) - - F-type Coax, 75 Bottom Connectors 7 - CVI-2: Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In Gn - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 Bu - Video Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 Rd - Video Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k 8 - Cinch: S/PDIF - Out Bk - Coaxial 0.4 - 0.6VPP / 75 ohm 9 - HDMI 1 and 2: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In
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Figure 2-2 USB (type A) 1 2 3 4 - +5V - Data (-) - Data (+) - Ground k jk jk H

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Gnd

kq

2 - HDMI: Digital Video, Digital Audio - In (see HDMI 1 & 2) 2.3.2 Rear Connectors 3 - CVI-1: Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In Gn - Video Y 1 VPP / 75 Bu - Video Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 Rd - Video Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k 4 - Service Connector (UART) 1 - Ground Gnd 2 - UART_TX Transmit 3 - UART_RX Receive

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Figure 2-3 HDMI (type A) connector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 - D2+ - Shield - D2- D1+ - Shield - D1- D0+ - Shield - D0Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel Data channel Gnd Data channel j H j j H j j H j
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- CLK+ - Shield - CLK- Easylink/CEC - n.c. - DDC_SCL - DDC_SDA - Ground - +5V - HPD - Ground

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Data channel Gnd Data channel Control channel DDC clock DDC data Gnd Hot Plug Detect Gnd

Technical Specifications and Connections


j H j jk j jk H j j H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 - Video Red - Video Green - Video Blue - n.c. - Ground - Ground Red - Ground Green - Ground Blue - +5VDC - Ground Sync - n.c. - DDC_SDA - H-sync - V-sync - DDC_SCL 0.7 VPP / 75 0.7 VPP / 75 0.7 VPP / 75 Gnd Gnd Gnd Gnd +5 V Gnd DDC data 0-5V 0-5V DDC clock j j j H H H H j H j j j j

10 - Mini Jack: DVI/VGA: Audio - In Bk - Audio 0.5 VRMS / 10 k 10 - VGA: Video RGB - In
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Figure 2-4 VGA Connector

2.4

Chassis Overview
Refer to chapter 9. Block Diagrams for PWB/CBA locations.

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3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List


Index of this chapter: 3.1 Safety Instructions 3.2 Warnings 3.3 Notes 3.4 Abbreviation List picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or 61.25 MHz for NTSC (channel 3). Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the voltages in the power supply section both in normal operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.

3.1

Safety Instructions
Safety regulations require the following during a repair: Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation transformer (> 800 VA). Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h, only by components identical to the original ones. Any other component substitution (other than original type) may increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard. Of de set ontploft! Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to the following points: Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the mounted cable clamps. Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for external damage. Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for proper function. Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply): 1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. 2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the on position (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 tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading should be between 4.5 M and 12 M. 4. Switch off the set, and remove the wire between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any inner parts by the customer. 3.3.2

Schematic Notes All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2 indicates 2.2 k). Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with either an E or an R (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 ). All capacitor values are given in micro-farads ( = 10-6), nano-farads (n = 10-9), or pico-farads (p = 10-12). Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF). An asterisk (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer to the diversity tables for the correct values. The correct component values are listed on the Philips Spare Parts Web Portal.

3.3.3

Spare Parts For the latest spare part overview, consult your Philips Spare Part web portal.

3.3.4

BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs Introduction For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this URL: http://www.atyourservice-magazine.com. Select Magazine, then go to Repair downloads. Here you will find Information on how to deal with BGA-ICs. BGA Temperature Profiles For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile. Where applicable and available, this profile is added to the IC Data Sheet information section in this manual.

3.2

Warnings
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, during repair, you are connected with the same potential as the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep components and tools also at this same potential. Be careful during measurements in the high voltage section. Never replace modules or other components while the unit is switched on. When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools. This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a circuit becoming unstable.

3.3.5

Lead-free Soldering Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected by the workshop during a repair: Use only lead-free soldering tin. 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 400C. To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip. To exchange solder-tips for different applications. Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around 360C - 380C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint. Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec. Avoid temperatures above 400C, 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.

3.3
3.3.1

Notes
General Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the Service Default Mode with a colour bar signal and stereo sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and

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0/6/12 SCART switch control signal on A/V board. 0 = loop through (AUX to TV), 6 = play 16 : 9 format, 12 = play 4 : 3 format Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation: algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to remove horizontal black bars; keeps the original aspect ratio Automatic Channel Installation: algorithm that installs TV channels directly from a cable network by means of a predefined TXT page Analogue to Digital Converter Automatic Frequency Control: control signal used to tune to the correct frequency Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that controls the video input of the feature box Amplitude Modulation Asia Pacific Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9 Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to remove horizontal black bars without discarding video information Advanced Television Systems Committee, the digital TV standard in the USA See Auto TV A hardware and software control system that measures picture content, and adapts image parameters in a dynamic way External Audio Video Audio Video Controller Audio Video Input Processor Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 5.5 MHz Business Display Solutions (iTV) Board-Level Repair Broadcast Television Standard Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound system, originating from the USA and used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC countries Blue TeleteXT Centre channel (audio) Consumer Electronics Control bus: remote control bus on HDMI connections Constant Level: audio output to connect with an external amplifier Component Level Repair Computer aided rePair Connected Planet / Copy Protection Customer Service Mode Color Transient Improvement: manipulates steepness of chroma transients Composite Video Blanking and Synchronization Digital to Analogue Converter Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra low frequency amplification Data Communication Module. Also referred to as System Card or Smartcard (for iTV). See E-DDC Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 6.5 MHz Dynamic Frame Insertion

Alternative BOM identification It should be noted that on the European Service website, Alternative BOM is referred to as Design variant. The third digit in the serial number (example: AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M. number. By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with. If the third digit of the serial number contains the number 1 (example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is a 2 (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for ordering the correct spare parts! For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be indicated by the third digit of the serial number. Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production centre (e.g. AG is Bruges), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. code, digit 4 refers to the Service version change code, digits 5 and 6 refer to the production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to production week (in example below it is 2006 week 17). The 6 last digits contain the serial number.
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ATV Auto TV

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Figure 3-1 Serial number (example) 3.3.7 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair (CLR) If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on component level. If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging! 3.3.8 Practical Service Precautions It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock. 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 dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected 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.

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CL CLR ComPair CP CSM CTI

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DFU DMR DMSD DNM DNR DRAM DRM DSP DST Directions For Use: owner's manual Digital Media Reader: card reader Digital Multi Standard Decoding Digital Natural Motion Digital Noise Reduction: noise reduction feature of the set Dynamic RAM Digital Rights Management Digital Signal Processing Dealer Service Tool: special remote control designed for service technicians Digital Transmission Content Protection; A protocol for protecting digital audio/video content that is traversing a high speed serial bus, such as IEEE-1394 Digital Video Broadcast - Cable Digital Video Broadcast - Terrestrial Digital Versatile Disc Digital Visual Interface (d= digital only) Enhanced Display Data Channel (VESA standard for communication channel and display). Using E-DDC, the video source can read the EDID information form the display. Extended Display Identification Data (VESA standard) Electrically Erasable and Programmable Read Only Memory Electro Magnetic Interference Electronic Program Guide Erasable Programmable Logic Device Europe EXTernal (source), entering the set by SCART or by cinches (jacks) Full Dual Screen (same as FDW) Full Dual Window (same as FDS) FLASH memory Field Memory or Frequency Modulation Field-Programmable Gate Array Flat TeleVision Giga bits per second Green TeleteXT H_sync to the module High Definition Hard Disk Drive High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection: A key encoded into the HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video data piracy. If a source is HDCP coded and connected via HDMI/DVI without the proper HDCP decoding, the picture is put into a snow vision mode or changed to a low resolution. For normal content distribution the source and the display device must be enabled for HDCP software key decoding. High Definition Multimedia Interface HeadPhone Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 6.0 MHz Inter IC bus Inter IC Data bus Inter IC Sound bus Intermediate Frequency Infra Red Interrupt Request The ITU Radio communication Sector (ITU-R) is a standards body subcommittee of the International Telecommunication Union relating to radio communication. ITU-656 (a.k.a.

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DVB-C DVB-T DVD DVI(-d) E-DDC

LATAM LCD LED L/L'

EDID EEPROM EMI EPG EPLD EU EXT FDS FDW FLASH FM FPGA FTV Gb/s G-TXT H HD HDD HDCP

LPL LS LVDS Mbps M/N MHEG

MIPS

MOP MOSFET MPEG MPIF MUTE MTV NC NICAM

NTC NTSC

NVM O/C OSD OAD

HDMI HP I I2 C I2 D I2 S IF IR IRQ ITU-656

OTC P50 PAL

SDI), is a digitized video format used for broadcast grade video. Uncompressed digital component or digital composite signals can be used. The SDI signal is self-synchronizing, uses 8 bit or 10 bit data words, and has a maximum data rate of 270 Mbit/s, with a minimum bandwidth of 135 MHz. Institutional TeleVision; TV sets for hotels, hospitals etc. Last Status; The settings last chosen by the customer and read and stored in RAM or in the NVM. They are called at start-up of the set to configure it according to the customer's preferences Latin America Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band I, L is all bands except for Band I LG.Philips LCD (supplier) Loudspeaker Low Voltage Differential Signalling Mega bits per second Monochrome TV system. Sound carrier distance is 4.5 MHz Part of a set of international standards related to the presentation of multimedia information, standardised by the Multimedia and Hypermedia Experts Group. It is commonly used as a language to describe interactive television services Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline-Stages; A RISC-based microprocessor Matrix Output Processor Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect Transistor, switching device Motion Pictures Experts Group Multi Platform InterFace MUTE Line Mainstream TV: TV-mode with Consumer TV features enabled (iTV) Not Connected Near Instantaneous Compounded Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital sound system, mainly used in Europe. Negative Temperature Coefficient, non-linear resistor National Television Standard Committee. Color system mainly used in North America and Japan. Color carrier NTSC M/N= 3.579545 MHz, NTSC 4.43= 4.433619 MHz (this is a VCR norm, it is not transmitted off-air) Non-Volatile Memory: IC containing TV related data such as alignments Open Circuit On Screen Display Over the Air Download. Method of software upgrade via RF transmission. Upgrade software is broadcasted in TS with TV channels. On screen display Teletext and Control; also called Artistic (SAA5800) Project 50: communication protocol between TV and peripherals Phase Alternating Line. Color system mainly used in West Europe (color carrier= 4.433619 MHz) and South America (color carrier PAL M=
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SVHS SW SWAN SXGA TFT THD TMDS TS TXT TXT-DW UI uP UXGA V VESA VGA VL VSB WYSIWYR Super Video Home System Software Spatial temporal Weighted Averaging Noise reduction 1280 1024 Thin Film Transistor Total Harmonic Distortion Transmission Minimized Differential Signalling Transport Stream TeleteXT Dual Window with TeleteXT User Interface Microprocessor 1600 1200 (4:3) V-sync to the module Video Electronics Standards Association 640 480 (4:3) Variable Level out: processed audio output toward external amplifier Vestigial Side Band; modulation method What You See Is What You Record: record selection that follows main picture and sound 1280 768 (15:9) Quartz crystal 1024 768 (4:3) Luminance signal Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C) signal Component video. Luminance and scaled color difference signals (B-Y and R-Y) Component video

PCB PCM PDP PFC PIP PLL

POD

POR PSDL PSL PSLS

PTC PWB PWM QRC QTNR QVCP RAM RGB

RC RC5 / RC6 RESET ROM RSDS R-TXT SAM S/C SCART

SCL SCL-F SD SDA SDA-F SDI SDRAM SECAM

SIF SMPS SoC SOG SOPS SPI

S/PDIF SRAM SRP SSB SSC STB STBY SVGA


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3.575612 MHz and PAL N= 3.582056 MHz) Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB) Pulse Code Modulation Plasma Display Panel Power Factor Corrector (or Preconditioner) Picture In Picture Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g. FST tuning systems. The customer can give directly the desired frequency Point Of Deployment: a removable CAM module, implementing the CA system for a host (e.g. a TV-set) Power On Reset, signal to reset the uP Power Supply for Direct view LED backlight with 2D-dimming Power Supply with integrated LED drivers Power Supply with integrated LED drivers with added Scanning functionality Positive Temperature Coefficient, non-linear resistor Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB) Pulse Width Modulation Quasi Resonant Converter Quality Temporal Noise Reduction Quality Video Composition Processor Random Access Memory Red, Green, and Blue. The primary color signals for TV. By mixing levels of R, G, and B, all colors (Y/C) are reproduced. Remote Control Signal protocol from the remote control receiver RESET signal Read Only Memory Reduced Swing Differential Signalling data interface Red TeleteXT Service Alignment Mode Short Circuit Syndicat des Constructeurs d'Appareils Radiorcepteurs et Tlviseurs Serial Clock I2C CLock Signal on Fast I2C bus Standard Definition Serial Data I2C DAta Signal on Fast I2C bus Serial Digital Interface, see ITU-656 Synchronous DRAM SEequence Couleur Avec Mmoire. Color system mainly used in France and East Europe. Color carriers= 4.406250 MHz and 4.250000 MHz Sound Intermediate Frequency Switched Mode Power Supply System on Chip Sync On Green Self Oscillating Power Supply Serial Peripheral Interface bus; a 4wire synchronous serial data link standard Sony Philips Digital InterFace Static RAM Service Reference Protocol Small Signal Board Spread Spectrum Clocking, used to reduce the effects of EMI Set Top Box STand-BY 800 600 (4:3)

WXGA XTAL XGA Y Y/C YPbPr

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Mechanical Instructions

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4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter: 4.1 Cable Dressing 4.2 Service Positions 4.3 Assy/Panel Removal 4.4 Set Re-assembly Notes: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due to the different set executions.

4.1
4.1.1

Cable Dressing
32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling

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Figure 4-1 Cable dressing 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

FFC Pre-cautions
Panel
Proper FFC insertion: Silver line not visible when connector lock is closed

Thinner blue FFC supporting tape belong to Panel side

Wrong FFC insertion: Silver line visible when connector lock is closed

SSB
Thicker blue FFC supporting tape belong to SSB side
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Figure 4-2 FFC precautions 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

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Figure 4-3 Light leakage solution 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

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Figure 4-4 Adding felt on front cabinet 32" (32PFL3805, Picasso/Dali Styling)

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Note : Cable 8M09, 8M59 and 8M83 used in Da Vinci (Ambilight) only
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Figure 4-5 Cable dressing 32" (32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

FFC Pre-cautions
Panel
Proper FFC insertion: Silver line not visible when connector lock is closed Thinner blue FFC supporting tape belong to Panel side

Wrong FFC insertion: Silver line visible when connector lock is closed

SSB
Thicker blue FFC supporting tape belong to SSB side

100 mm tape x 1 each under speaker on FFC cable

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Figure 4-6 FFC precautions 32" (32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

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Add Felt on Ambilight Bracket (Da Vinci Only)

Applicable to both Left & Right AL bracket

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Figure 4-7 Adding felt on front cabinet 32" (32PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling) 4.1.3 40PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling

Note : 1) Cable 8M09, 8M59 and 8M83 used in Da Vinci (Ambilight) only 2) Left (view from front of TV) Tweeter with White cable 3) Right (view from front of TV) Tweeter with Red cable + Insulation

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Figure 4-8 Cable dressing 40" (40PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

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Mechanical Instructions
4.1.4 46PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling

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Note : 1) Cable 8M09, 8M59 and 8M83 used in Da Vinci (Ambilight) only 2) Left (view from front of TV) tweeter with white cable 3) Right (view from front of TV) tweeter with red cable + insulation

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Figure 4-9 Cable dressing 46" (46PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)

Add Felts on Front Cabinet

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Figure 4-10 Adding felt on front cabinet 46" (46PFL6605, Van Gogh/Da Vinci Styling)
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Mechanical Instructions

Service Positions
For easy servicing of a TV set, the set should be put face down on a soft flat surface, foam buffers or other specific workshop tools. Ensure that a stable situation is created to perform measurements and alignments. When using foam bars take care that these always support the cabinet and never only the display. Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can seriously damage the display! Ensure that ESD safe measures are taken.

4.3

Assy/Panel Removal
Instructions below apply to the 32PFL6605D/xx, but will be similar for other models.

4.3.1

Rear Cover

3 3

3 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2

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Figure 4-11 Rear cover removal (32") Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before removing the rear cover. See Figure 4-11. 1. Remove fixation screws [2] and [3] that secure the rear cover. It is not necessary to remove the stand first [1]. 2. Lift the rear cover from the TV. Make sure that wires and flat foils are not damaged while lifting the rear cover from the set. 4.3.2 Speakers Tweeters (when applicable) Each tweeter unit is mounted with one screw. When defective, replace the whole unit. Loudspeaker/subwoofer The loudspeaker/subwoofer is located in the centre of the set, and is fixed with two screws. When defective, replace the whole unit.

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4.3.3 Main Power Supply Refer to Figure 4-12 for details.
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IR & LED Board Refer to Figure 4-14, Figure 4-15 and Figure 4-16 for details.

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Figure 4-14 IR & LED Board -1Figure 4-12 Main Power Supply 1. Unplug all connectors [1]. 2. Remove the fixation screws [2]. 3. Take the board out. When defective, replace the whole unit. Be aware to (re)place the spacers [3]. 4.3.4 Small Signal Board (SSB) Refer to Figure 4-13 for details.

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Figure 4-15 IR & LED Board -2-

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Figure 4-13 SSB 1. Unplug all connectors [1] and [2]. 2. Remove the fixation screws [3]. 3. Take the board out. When defective, replace the whole unit.
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Mains Switch Figure 4-16 IR & LED Board -3The mains switch assy is mounted below the PSU on the front bezel with two screws. When replacing the switch, remove it from its bracket. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the stand [1]. Remove the IR & LED board cover [2]. Release the clips [3] that secure the IR & LED board. Remove the connectors [4] on the IR/LED board.

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Local Control Board Refer to Figure 4-17 for details. 1. Unplug the connector on the IR & LED board that leads to the Local Control board as described earlier. 2. Release the cable from its clamps/tape. 3. Release the clip on top of the unit [1] and take the unit out. When defective, replace the whole unit.

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Figure 4-17 Local Control board 4.3.8 LCD Panel Refer to Figure 4-18 for details. 1. Remove the Stand and IR/LED board [A] as earlier described. 2. Remove the Speakers/Subwoofer [B] as earlier described. 3. Remove the PSU [C] and SSB [D] as earlier described. 4. Remove the Mains Switch [E] as earlier described. 5. Remove the Local Control board [F] as earlier described. 6. Remove the brackets [1]. 7. Remove the clamps [2]. 8. Remove the flare. Now the LCD Panel can be lifted from the front cabinet.

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Figure 4-18 LCD Panel removal (based on 32" AL model)

4.4

Set Re-assembly
To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse order.

Notes: While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed and connected in their original position. Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams in the set. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted correctly.

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Index of this chapter: 5.1 Test Points 5.2 Service Modes 5.3 Service Tools 5.4 Error Codes 5.5 The Blinking LED Procedure 5.6 Fault Finding and Repair Tips 5.7 Software Upgrading 5.2.1 Service Default Mode (SDM) Purpose Set the TV in SDM mode in order to be able to: Create a pre-defined setting for measurements to be made. Override software protections. Start the blinking LED procedure. Read the error buffer. Check the life timer. Specifications Table 5-1 SDM default settings Region Europe (except France), AP-PAL/-Multi France NAFTA, AP-NTSC LATAM Freq. (MHz) 475.25 Default syst. PAL B/G SECAM L 61.25 (channel 3) NTSC M PAL M

5.1

Test Points
In the chassis schematics and layout overviews, the test points are mentioned. In the schematics, test points are indicated with Fxxx or Ixxx, in the layout overviews with a half-moon sign. As most signals are digital, it will be difficult to measure waveforms with a standard oscilloscope. Several key ICs are capable of generating test patterns, which can be controlled via ComPair. In this way it is possible to determine which part is defective. Perform measurements under the following conditions: Service Default Mode. Video: Color bar signal. Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right.

5.2

Service Modes
The Service Mode feature is split into four parts: Service Default Mode (SDM). Service Alignment Mode (SAM). Customer Service Mode (CSM). Computer Aided Repair Mode (ComPair). SDM and SAM offer features, which can be used by the Service engineer to repair/align a TV set. Some features are: A pre-defined situation to ensure measurements can be made under uniform conditions (SDM). Activates the blinking LED procedure for error identification when no picture is available (SDM). The possibility to overrule software protections when SDM is entered via the Service pins. Make alignments (e.g. White Tone), (de)select options, enter options codes, reset the error buffer (SAM). Display information (SDM or SAM indication in upper right corner of screen, error buffer, software version, operating hours, options and option codes, sub menus). The CSM is a Service Mode that can be enabled by the consumer. The CSM displays diagnosis information, which the customer can forward to the dealer or call centre. In CSM mode, CSM, is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. The information provided in CSM and the purpose of CSM is to: Increase the home repair hit rate. Decrease the number of nuisance calls. Solved customers' problem without home visit. ComPair Mode is used for communication between a computer and a TV on I2C /UART level and can be used by a Service engineer to quickly diagnose the TV set by reading out error codes, read and write in NVMs, communicate with ICs and the uP (PWM, registers, etc.), and by making use of a fault finding database. It will also be possible to up and download the software of the TV set via I2C with help of ComPair. To do this, ComPair has to be connected to the TV set via the ComPair connector, which will be accessible through the rear of the set (without removing the rear cover).

Set linear video and audio settings to 50%, but volume to 25%. Stored user settings are not affected. All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, since they interfere with diagnosing/repairing a set. These service unfriendly modes are: (Sleep) timer. Blue mute/Wall paper. Auto switch off (when there is no ident signal). Hotel or hospital mode. Child lock or parental lock (manual or via V-chip). Skipping, blanking of Not favorite, Skipped or Locked presets/channels. Automatic storing of Personal Preset or Last Status settings. Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches back/ OFF automatically. Auto Volume levelling (AVL).

How to Activate SDM For this chassis there are two kinds of SDM: an analog SDM and a digital SDM. Tuning will happen according Table 5-1. Analog SDM: use the standard RC-transmitter and key in the code 062596, directly followed by the MENU (or HOME) button. Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main menu will appear. To switch it off, push the MENU (or HOME) button again. Digital SDM: use the standard RC-transmitter and key in the code 062593, directly followed by the MENU (or HOME) button. Note: It is possible that, together with the SDM, the main menu will appear. To switch it off, push the MENU (or HOME) button again. Analog SDM can also be activated by grounding for a moment the solder pad on the SSB, with the indication SDM (see figure Service mode pad).

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Operation Hours. Displays the accumulated total of operation hours (not the stand-by hours). Every time the TV is switched on/off, 0.5 hours is added to this number. Errors (followed by maximum 10 errors). The most recent error is displayed at the upper left (for an error explanation see section 5.4 Error Codes). Reset Error Buffer. When cursor right (or the OK button) is pressed and then the OK button is pressed, the error buffer is reset. Alignments. This will activate the ALIGNMENTS submenu. See chapter 6.3 Software Alignments. Dealer Options. Extra features for the dealers. Options. Extra features for Service. For more information about option codes, refer to 6.4 Option Settings. Note that if the option code numbers are changed, these have to be confirmed with pressing the OK button before the options are stored. Otherwise changes will be lost. Initialize NVM. The moment the processor recognizes a corrupted NVM, the initialize NVM line will be highlighted. Now, two things can be done (dependent of the service instructions at that moment): Save the content of the NVM via ComPair for development analysis, before initializing. This will give the Service department an extra possibility for diagnosis (e.g. when Development asks for this). Initialize the NVM.

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Figure 5-1 Service mode pad After activating this mode, SDM will appear in the upper right corner of the screen (when a picture is available). How to Navigate When the MENU (or HOME) button is pressed on the RC transmitter, the TV set will toggle between the SDM and the normal user menu. How to Exit SDM Use one of the following methods: Switch the set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter. Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key in 00sequence. 5.2.2 Service Alignment Mode (SAM) Purpose To perform (software) alignments. To change option settings. To easily identify the used software version. To view operation hours. To display (or clear) the error code buffer. How to Activate SAM Via a standard RC transmitter: Key in the code 062596 directly followed by the INFO button. After activating SAM with this method a service warning will appear on the screen, continue by pressing the OK button on the RC. Contents of SAM (see also Table 6-6) Hardware Info. A. SW Version. Displays the software version of the main software (example: LC93L-1.2.3.4= AAAAB_X.Y.W.Z). AAAA= the chassis name. B= the region (A= Asian Pacific, E= Europe, L= Latam, U= United States). X.Y.W.Z= the software version, where X is the main version number (different numbers are not compatible with one another) and Y.W.Z is the sub version number (a higher number is always compatible with a lower number). B. Standby Processor Version. Displays the software version of the Stand-by processor. C. Production Code. Displays the production code of the TV, this is the serial number as printed on the back of the TV set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this production code has to be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this.

Note: When the NVM is corrupted, or replaced, there is a high possibility that no picture appears because the display code is not correct. So, before initializing the NVM via the SAM, a picture is necessary and therefore the correct display option has to be entered. To adapt this option bit, it is advised to use ComPair (the correct values for the options can be found in Table 6-5) or a method via a standard RC (described below). Changing the display option via a standard RC: Key in the code 062598 directly followed by the MENU (or HOME) button and XXX (where XXX is the 3 digit decimal display code as mentioned in Table 6-5). Make sure to key in all three digits, also the leading zeros. If the above action is successful, the front LED will go out as an indication that the RC sequence was correct. After the display option is changed in the NVM, the TV will go to the Stand-by mode. If the NVM was corrupted or empty before this action, it will be initialized first (loaded with default values). This initializing can take up to 20 seconds.

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Figure 5-2 Location of Display Option Code sticker Store - go right. All options and alignments are stored when pressing cursor right (or the OK button) and then the OK-button. SW Maintenance. SW Events. Not useful for Service purposes. In case of specific software problems, the development department can ask for this info. HW Events. Not useful for Service purposes. In case of specific software problems, the development department can ask for this info.

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Operation hours display. Displays the accumulated total of display operation hours. So, this one keeps up the lifetime of the display itself, mainly to compensate the degeneration behavior. Test settings. For development purposes only. Development file versions. Not useful for Service purposes, this information is only used by the development department. Upload to USB. To upload several settings from the TV to an USB stick, which is connected to the SSB. The items are Channel list, Personal settings, Option codes, Display-related alignments and History list. First a directory repair\ has to be created in the root of the USB stick. To upload the settings select each item separately, press cursor right (or the OK button), confirm with OK and wait until Done appears. In case the download to the USB stick was not successful Failure will appear. In this case, check if the USB stick is connected properly and if the directory repair is present in the root of the USB stick. Now the settings are stored onto the USB stick and can be used to download onto another TV or other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the software is running and if a picture is available. This method is created to be able to save the customers TV settings and to store them into another SSB. Download to USB. To download several settings from the USB stick to the TV, same way of working needs to be followed as with uploading. To make sure that the download of the channel list from USB to the TV is executed properly, it is necessary to restart the TV and tune to a valid preset if necessary. Note: The History list item can not be downloaded from USB to the TV. This is a read-only item. In case of specific problems, the development department can ask for this info.

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Possibility to use CH+ or CH- for channel surfing, or enter the specific channel number on the RC.

How to Activate To activate CSM, press the following key sequence on a standard remote control transmitter: 123654 (do not allow the display to time out between entries while keying the sequence).

Contents of CSM The contents are reduced to 3 pages: General, Software versions and Quality items. The group names itself are not shown anywhere in the CSM menu. General Set Type. This information is very helpful for a helpdesk/ workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In this way, it is not necessary for the customer to look at the rear of the TV-set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this set type has to be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. Production Code. Displays the production code (the serial number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this production code has to be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee a in possibility to do this. Installed date. Indicates the date of the first installation of the TV. This date is acquired via time extraction. Options 1. Gives the option codes of option group 1 as set in SAM (Service Alignment Mode). Options 2. Gives the option codes of option group 2 as set in SAM (Service Alignment Mode). 12NC SSB. Gives an identification of the SSB as stored in NVM. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after corruption, this identification number has to be re-written to NVM. ComPair will foresee in a possibility to do this. This identification number is the 12nc number of the SSB. 12NC display. Shows the 12NC of the display. 12NC supply. Shows the 12NC of the supply. Software versions Current main SW. Displays the built-in main software version. In case of field problems related to software, software can be upgraded. As this software is consumer upgradable, it will also be published on the Internet. Example: LC92L_1.2.3.4 Ambilight SW. Displays the Ambilight SW-version. Quality items Signal quality. Poor / average /good Child lock. Not active / active. This is a combined item for locks. If any lock (Preset lock, child lock, lock after or parental lock) is active, the item shall show active. HDMI HDCP key. Indicates if the HDMI keys (or HDCP keys) are valid or not. In case these keys are not valid and the customer wants to make use of the HDMI functionality, the SSB has to be replaced. Ethernet MAC address. Displays the MAC address present in the SSB. BDS key. Indicates if the BDS level key is valid or not. How to Exit CSM Press MENU (or HOME) / Back key on the RC-transmitter.

How to Navigate In SAM, the menu items can be selected with the CURSOR UP/DOWN key on the RC-transmitter. The selected item will be highlighted. When not all menu items fit on the screen, move the CURSOR UP/DOWN key to display the next/previous menu items. With the CURSOR LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to: (De) activate the selected menu item. (De) activate the selected sub menu. With the OK key, it is possible to activate the selected action. How to Exit SAM Use one of the following methods: Switch the TV set to STAND-BY via the RC-transmitter. Via a standard RC-transmitter, key in 00 sequence, or select the BACK key. 5.2.3 Customer Service Mode (CSM) Purpose The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and information on the TVs operation settings. A call centre can instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to identify the status of the set. This helps them to diagnose problems and failures in the TV before making a service call. The CSM is a read-only mode; therefore, modifications are not possible in this mode. Specifications Ignore Service unfriendly modes. Line number for every line (to make CSM language independent). Set the screen mode to full screen (all contents on screen is visible). After leaving the Customer Service Mode, the original settings are restored.

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5.4.1

Service Tools
ComPair Introduction ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips Consumer Lifestyle products. and offers the following: 1. ComPair helps you to quickly get an understanding on how to repair the chassis in a short and effective way. 2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore capable of accurately indicating problem areas. You do not have to know anything about I2C or UART commands yourself, because ComPair takes care of this. 3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can automatically communicate with the chassis (when the uP is working) and all repair information is directly available. 4. ComPair features TV software up possibilities. Specifications ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product. The (new) ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via an USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box and the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the service connector(s). How to Connect This is described in the ComPair chassis fault finding database.
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Error Codes
Introduction The error code buffer contains all detected errors since the last time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to right, new errors are logged at the left side, and all other errors shift one position to the right. When an error occurs, it is added to the list of errors, provided the list is not full. When an error occurs and the error buffer is full, then the new error is not added, and the error buffer stays intact (history is maintained). To prevent that an occasional error stays in the list forever, the error is removed from the list after more than 50 hrs. of operation. When multiple errors occur (errors occurred within a short time span), there is a high probability that there is some relation between them. New in this chassis is the way errors are displayed: There is a simple blinking LED procedure for board level repair (home repair) so called LAYER 1 errors, next to the existing errors which are LAYER 2 errors (see Table 5-3). LAYER 1 errors are one digit errors (via CSM). LAYER 2 errors are 2 digit errors (via SAM/SDM). In protection mode: From consumer mode: LAYER 1. From SDM mode: LAYER 2. In CSM mode: When entering CSM: error LAYER 1 will be displayed by blinking LED. Only the latest error is shown. In SDM mode: When SDM is entered via Remote Control code or the hardware pins, LAYER 2 is displayed via blinking LED. In the ON state: with the RC commands mute_06250X _OK, LAYER 2 errors are displayed via blinking LED. Error display on screen: In CSM no error codes are displayed on screen. In SAM the complete error list is shown.

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PC

How to Read the Error Buffer Use one of the following methods: On screen via the SAM (only when a picture is visible). E.g.: 00 00 00 00 00: No errors detected 23 00 00 00 00: Error code 23 is the last and only detected error. 37 23 00 00 00: Error code 23 was first detected and error code 37 is the last detected error. Note that no protection errors can be logged in the error buffer. Via the blinking LED procedure. See section 5.4.3 How to Clear the Error Buffer. Via ComPair.

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Figure 5-3 ComPair II interface connection Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs will be blown! How to Order ComPair II order codes: ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020. ComPair UART interface cable: 3138 188 75051. Program software can be downloaded from the Philips Service portal. Note: If you encounter any problems, contact your local support desk.

5.4.3

How to Clear the Error Buffer Use one of the following methods: By activation of the Reset error buffer command in the SAM menu. With a normal RC, key in sequence MUTE followed by 062599 and OK. If the content of the error buffer has not changed for 50+ hours, it resets automatically.

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5.4.4 Error Buffer In case of non-intermittent faults, clear the error buffer before starting to repair (before clearing the buffer, write down the content, as this history can give significant information). This to ensure that old error codes are no longer present. If possible, check the entire contents of the error buffer. In some situations, an error code is only the result of another error code and not the actual cause (e.g. a fault in the protection detection circuitry can also lead to a protection). Take notice that some errors need several minutes before they start blinking or before they will be logged. So in case of problems wait 2 minutes from start-up onwards, and then check if the front LED is blinking or if an error is logged. Table 5-3 Error code overview
Description I2C Bus related: I2C bus blocked (front-end) I2C1 bus blocked I2C0 bus blocked System does not boot I2C2 bus blocked (EDID HDMI) Supply related: DC on speaker POK (inverter or display supply) IC related: HDMI MUX HDMI EDID ARM (Ambilight) Tuner (Frontend) Main NVM 2 2 8 2 2 23 24 28 34 35 ARM ARM ARM ARM ARM E E E E E EB EB EB EB / ADV3002 2 3 11 17 ARM ADC P E BL EB / / 2 2 2 2 2 12 13 14 15 18 ARM ARM ARM ARM/Stby P ARM E E E P E BL/EB BL/EB BL BL BL/EB SSB SSB SSB SSB SSB Layer 1 Layer 2 Monitored by Error/ Prot Error Buffer/ Blinking LED Device

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Description SSB Display supply Platform supply Ambilight Layer 1 code 2 3 4 8 If only one supply is used No separate supply Remarks

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SSB SSB SSB SSB SSB SSB Supply SSB SSB AL-module or DC/DC SSB SSB

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5.5.1

The Blinking LED Procedure


Introduction The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors. Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over time, an error buffer is available, which is capable of storing the last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not working properly. Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure. The method is to repeatedly let the front LED pulse with as many pulses as the error code number, followed by a period of 1.5 seconds in which the LED is off. Then this sequence is repeated. Example (1): error code 4 will result in four times the sequence LED on for 0.25 seconds / LED off for 0.25 seconds. After this sequence, the LED will be off for 1.5 seconds. Any RC5 command terminates the sequence. Error code LED blinking is in red color. Example (2): the content of the error buffer is 12 9 6 0 0 After entering SDM, the following occurs: 1 long blink of 5 seconds to start the sequence, 12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds, 9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds, 6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds, 1 long blink of 1.5 seconds to finish the sequence, The sequence starts again with 12 short blinks. In order to avoid confusion with RC5 signal reception blinking, this blinking procedure is terminated when a RC5 command is received.

5.5.2

Displaying the Entire Error Buffer Additionally, the entire error buffer is displayed when Service Mode SDM is entered. In case the TV set is in protection or Stand-by: The blinking LED procedure sequence (as in SDMmode in normal operation) must be triggered by the following RC sequence: MUTE 062500 OK.
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5. Stop bits = 1 6. Flow control = none During the start-up of the TV set, the logging will be displayed. This is also the case during rebooting of the TV set (the same logging appears time after time). Also available in the logging is the Display Option Code (useful when there is no picture), look for item DisplayRawNumber in the beginning of the logging. Tip: when there is no picture available during rebooting you are able to check for error devices in the logging (LAYER 2 error) which can be very helpful to determine the failure cause of the reboot. For protection state, there is no logging. 5.6.4 Display option code Caution: In case you have replaced the SSB, always check the display option code in SAM, even if you have picture. With a wrong display option code it is possible that you have picture, but that in certain conditions you have unwanted side-effects. 5.6.5 Trouble Shooting Tuner section When there is no picture in analog RF mode: 1. Check whether picture is present in AV mode. If not, tuner section is okay. Check video processing section. 2. Check if option settings are correct. 3. Check if 5 and 33 V supplies are available. 4. Check if the I2C lines are working correctly (3.3 V). 5. Manually store a known channel and check if there is IF output at tuner pin 11. If not, tuner is faulty. 6. Feed in 105 dBuV at tuner pin 11 and check whether there is CVBS output from IF demodulator IC. If not, IF demodulator might be faulty. Check components in this area.

Fault Finding and Repair Tips


Notes: It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly with correct values and no bad solder joints. Before any fault finding actions, check if the correct options are set.

5.6.1

Software Protections Most of the protections and errors use either the stand-by or the micro processor as detection device. Since in these cases, checking of observers, polling of ADCs, and filtering of input values are all heavily software based, these protections are referred to as software protections. There are several types of software related protections, solving a variety of fault conditions: Protections related to supplies: check of the 12V. Protections related to breakdown of the safety check mechanism. E.g. since the protection detections are done by means of software, failing of the software will have to initiate a protection mode since safety cannot be guaranteed any more. Remark on the Supply Errors The detection of a supply dip or supply loss during the normal playing of the set does not lead to a protection, but to a cold reboot of the set. If the supply is still missing after the reboot, the TV will go to protection. Protections during Start-up During TV start-up, some voltages and IC observers are actively monitored to be able to optimize the start-up speed, and to assure good operation of all components. If these monitors do not respond in a defined way, this indicates a malfunction of the system and leads to a protection.

5.7
5.7.1

Software Upgrading
Introduction It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the USB port. This allows replacement of a software image in a stand alone set, without the need of an E-JTAG debugger. A description on how to upgrade the main software can be found in the DFU. Important: When the NAND-Flash must be replaced, a new SSB must be ordered, due to the presence of the security keys! (copy protection keys, MAC address, ...). Perform the following actions after SSB replacement: 1. Set the correct option codes (see sticker inside the TV). 2. Update the TV software => see the DFU for instructions. 3. Perform the alignments as described in chapter 6. 4. Check in CSM if the HDMI key, MAC address.. are valid. For the correct order number of a new SSB, always refer to the Spare Parts list on the Philips Service web portal!

5.6.2

Hardware Protections The only real hardware protection in this chassis is (in case of an audio problem) the audio protection circuit that will trigger the uP to switch off the TV. Repair Tip It is also possible that you have an audio DC protection because of an interruption in one or both speakers (the DC voltage that is still on the circuit cannot disappear through the speakers). Caution: (dis)connecting the speaker wires during the ON state of the TV at high volume can damage the audio amplifier.

5.6.3

Logging When something is wrong with the TV set (f.i.the set is rebooting) you can check for more information via the logging in Hyperterminal. The Hyperterminal is available in every Windows application via Programs, Accessories, Communications, Hyperterminal. Connect a ComPair UARTcable (3138 188 75051) from the service connector in the TV to the multi function jack at the front of ComPair II box. Required settings in ComPair before starting to log: - Start up the ComPair application. - Select the correct database (open file Q549.3E LA, this will set the ComPair interface in the appropriate mode). - Close ComPair After start-up of the Hyperterminal, fill in a name (f.i. logging) in the Connection Description box, then apply the following settings: 1. COMx 2. Bits per second = 115200 3. Data bits = 8 4. Parity = none

5.7.2

Software Upgrade SW versions can be divided in three types: SW that can not crash the working of the set. EDID NVM. If the download fails, the set is still running and the download can start again. Main NVM: If the download fails the default NVM value can be loaded. NVM can be loaded via USB, be aware PCBA alignments stored in NVM will not be overridden. SW that is fool proof: There is a backup version, a main interruption during upgrade shall not crash the normal working, a new upgrade can be started. Main SW image: Upgradable via USB. Standby SW. ARM Ambilight (if applicable): Upgradable via USB. SW that is not fool proof.

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Bootloader: Upgradable via USB in SAM (Note: must be done by service personnel).

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SW for all model numbers is loaded to the Philips Service portal (P4S) and contains the following software: Process_NVM_LC09Mxxx.bin: mainly for factory use to load main NVM. Can be used by service if applicable. LC09M_VGAxxxx.bin: for loading VGA NVM using ComPair tool. LC09M_HDMIxxxx.bin: for loading HDMI NVM via ComPair (HDMI MUX EDID) tool. The Autorun.upg file, which is available on P4C (the consumer web site), contains: Main SW. Standby SW. Bootloader SW (via SAM upgradable). Ambilight SW (if applicable).

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6. Alignments
Index of this chapter: 6.1 General Alignment Conditions 6.2 Hardware Alignments 6.3 Software Alignments 6.4 Option Settings Note: Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due to the different set executions. General: The Service Default Mode (SDM) and Service Alignment Mode (SAM) are described in chapter 5. Menu navigation is done with the CURSOR UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT keys of the remote control transmitter. Press OK on the RC before the cursor is moved to the left. In main menu select Store and press OK on the RC. Press MENU on the RC to switch back to the main menu. Switch the set to stand-by mode.

For the next alignments, supply the following test signals via a video generator to the RF input: LATAM models: an NTSC M TV-signal with a signal strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 61.25 MHz (channel 3). 6.3.1 White Point Set Active control to Off. Choose TV menu, TV Settings and then Picture and set picture settings as follows:
Off Off Off Unscaled Off 50 0 100

6.1

General Alignment Conditions


Perform all electrical adjustments under the following conditions: Power supply voltage: 120 - 230 VAC / 50 Hz ( 10%). Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer with low internal resistance. Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes. Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct ground (e.g. measure audio signals in relation to AUDIO_GND). Caution: It is not allowed to use heatsinks as ground. Test probe: Ri > 10 Mohm, Ci < 20 pF. Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform alignments.

Picture Setting Dynamic backlight Dynamic Contrast Colour Enhancement Picture Format Light Sensor Brightness Colour Contrast

Go to the SAM and select Alignments-> White point.

6.2

Hardware Alignments
There are no hardware alignments foreseen for this chassis, but below find an overview of the most important DC voltages on the SSB. These can be used for checking proper functioning of the DC/DC converters.
Description +12VS +3V3_STBY +3V3_SW +1V2_SW +5V_SW +1V8_SW +1V0_SW +8V_SW +5VS +1V2SW +2V5_SW +3V3_SW +5VTUN_DIGIT AL VLS_15V6 VGH_35V VGL_-6V VCC_3V3 VCC_1V2 Test Point Specifications (V) Min. F118 F113 F127 F139 F130 F101 F124 F126 F232 F220 F208 F209 F203 FKFD FKFA FKFK FKFB FKDD 11.70 3.20 3.17 1.18 4.98 1.74 0.99 7.6 4.94 1.14 2.38 3.14 4.75 14.82 33.25 -6.32 3.14 1.14 Typ. 12.30 3.30 3.34 1.25 5.25 1.83 1.05 8.0 5.2 1.2 2.5 3.3 5 15.6 35.0 -6.02 3.3 1.2 Max. 12.91 3.40 3.5 1.31 5.51 1.92 1.10 8.4 5.46 1.26 2.62 3.46 5.25 16.38 36.75 -5.72 3.47 1.26 B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B01_DC-DC B02_Tuner_IF B02_Tuner_IF B02_Tuner_IF B02_Tuner_IF B02_Tuner_IF B14B_TCON_DC/DC B14B_TCON_DC/DC B14B_TCON_DC/DC B14B_TCON_DC/DC B14A_TCON_CONTROL Diagram

White point alignment LCD screens: Use a 100% white screen as input signal and set the following values (in SAM mode): Color temperature to Cool. Whitepoint red, Whitepoint green, and Whitepoint blue values to 127. Red BL offset and Green BL offset values to 7. With a color analyzer: Depending on which color analyzer you use (CS-200 or CA210), and what kind of panel is mounted in the set (CCFL with panel codes 231/232, or LED with panel codes 233/234/236), different values apply. Refer to Measure with a calibrated, contactless (max. 25 mm distance) color analyzer in the centre of the screen. Consequently, the measurement needs to be done in a dark environment. Adjust one or two registers (so holding one of the White point registers R, G or B on 127) to obtain the Cool x,y values (see Table 6-1). Tolerance: dx: 0.004, dy: 0.004. Repeat this step for the Normal and Warm color temperatures. When finished press OK on the RC and then press Store (in the SAM root menu) to store the aligned values into the NVM. Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments. Table 6-1 White D alignment values, CS-200 color analyzer all panels
Value Cool (11000 K) 0.276 0.282 Normal (9000 K) 0.287 0.296 Warm (6500 K) 0.313 0.329

6.3

Software Alignments
Put the set in SAM mode (see chapter 5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding). The SAM menu will now appear on the screen. Select ALIGNMENTS and go to one of the sub menus. The alignments are explained below. The following item can be aligned: Whitepoint. To store the data:

x y

Table 6-2 White D alignment values, CA-210 color analyzer CCFL panel (panel codes 231/232)
Value x y Cool (10100 K) 0.280 0.287 Normal (8510 K) 0.290 0.300 Warm (6250 K) 0.317 0.333

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Table 6-3 White D alignment values, CA-210 color analyzer LED panel (panel codes 233/234/236)
Value x y Cool (9330 K) 0.282 0.298 Normal (7940 K) 0.293 0.313 Warm (6060 K) 0.320 0.346

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6.4.3

(Service) Options Select the sub menu's to set the initialization codes (options) of the model number via text menus. See Table 6-6.

6.4.4 Without a color analyzer, you can use below default values. This is the next best solution. The default values are average values coming from production (statistics). Select a Color Temperature (e.g. Cool, Normal, or Warm). Set the Whitepoint Red, - Green and - Blue default values according to the values in the Tint settings table. When finished press OK on the RC, then press Store (in the SAM root menu) to store the aligned values into the NVM. Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments. Table 6-4 Tint settings (default values)
Colour Temp. Cool Normal Warm Cool Normal Warm Cool Normal Warm R tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf G 32-inch tbf tbf tbf 40-inch tbf tbf tbf 46-inch tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf tbf B

Opt. No. (Option numbers) Select this sub menu to set all options at once (expressed in two long strings of numbers). An option number (or option byte) represents a number of different options. When you change these numbers directly, you can set all options very quickly. All options are controlled via eight option numbers. When the NVM is replaced, all options will require resetting. To be certain that the factory settings are reproduced exactly, you must set both option number lines. You can find the correct option numbers on a sticker inside the TV set and in Table Option code overview. Example: The options sticker gives the following option numbers: 25604 00386 00235 56068 08395 05120 00000 00000 The first line (group 1) indicates hardware options 1 to 4. Example: option no. 2 contains the cabinet type. The second line (group 2) indicates software options 5 to 8. Example: option no. 5 contains the display code. Every 5-digit number represents 16 bits (so the maximum value will be 65536 if all options are set). When all the correct options are set, the sum of the decimal values of each Option Byte (OB) will give the option number. See Table 6-5 for the options. Always refer to the sticker in the TV-set as leading. Diversity Not all sets with the same Commercial Type Number (CTN) necessarily have the same option code! Use of Alternative BOM An alternative BOM number usually indicates the use of an alternative display. This results in another Display Code thus in another Option code. Refer to chapter 3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List.

6.4
6.4.1

Option Settings
Introduction The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know which ICs to address. The presence/absence of these specific ICs (or functions) is made known by the option codes. Notes: After changing the option(s), save them with the STORE command. The new option setting becomes active after the TV is switched off and on again with the mains switch (the EAROM is then read again). 6.4.5

Option code overview Table 6-5 Option code overview (subject to change)
Model Number Option Codes Displ. Code 231 233 233 232 234 234 236 236

6.4.2

Dealer Options For dealer options, in SAM select Dealer options. See Table 6-6.

32PFL3805D/78 01028 00385 00171 56068 08423 04096 00000 00000 32PFL5605D/78 09220 08578 00171 56068 08425 04096 00000 00000 32PFL6605D/78 09252 08578 00171 56068 08425 04096 00000 00000 40PFL3805D/78 01028 00385 00171 56068 08424 04096 00000 00000 40PFL5605D/78 09220 08579 00171 56068 08426 04096 00000 00000 40PFL6605D/78 09268 08579 00171 56068 08426 04096 00000 00000 46PFL5605D/78 09220 08579 00171 56068 08428 04096 00000 00000 46PFL6605D/78 09284 08579 00171 56068 08428 04096 00000 00000

6.5

Total Overview SAM modes


Table 6-6 SAM mode overview (usage is model dependent)
Main Menu Hardware Info Sub-menu 1 A. SW VERSION C. Production code Operation hours Errors Sub-menu 2 e.g. QL92L_1.33.0.0 e.g. VN010935123456 Displays the accumulated total of operation hours.TV switched on/off & every 0.5 hours is increase one Displayed the most recent errors. Sub-menu 3 Description Displays TV & Standby SW version and CTN serial number.

B. Standby processor version e.g. STDBY_88.68.0.0

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Sub-menu 1 Tuner AGC White point

Alignments
Sub-menu 2 Sub-menu 3 Description Clears all content in the error buffer. RF-AGC Take over point adjustment (AGC default value is 80) Colour temperature Normal Warn Cool White point red White point green White point blue Red black level offset Green black level offset LCD White Point Alignment. For values, see Table 6-4. 3 different modes of colour temperature can be selected

Main Menu Reset error buffer Alignment

Dealer options

Personal options

Picture mute

Off/On

Select Picture mute On/Off. Picture is muted / not muted in case no input signal is detected at input connectors. Select Virgin mode On/Off. TV starts up / does not start up (once) with a language selection menu after the mains switch is turned on for the first time (virgin mode) Select E-sticker On/Off (USPs on-screen)

Virgin mode

Off/On

E-sticker Auto store mode

Off/On None PDC/VPS TXT page PDC/VPS/TXT

Options

Digital broadcast

DVB DVB - T installation DVB - T light DVB - C DVB - C installation Over the air download 8 days EPG

Off/On Off/On or Country dependent Off/On Off/On Off/On or Country dependent Off/On or Country dependent Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off Off/On Off/On Off Off/On Off/On e.g. 130 - LGD WUE SAA1 42" Off/On Off/On Not present/Present

Select DVB On/Off Select DVB T installation On/Off or by country Select DVB T light On/Off Select DVB C On/Off Select DVB C installation On/Off or by country Select Over the air download On/Off or by country Select 8 day EPG On/Off Select USB On/Off Select Ethernet On/Off Select Wi-Fi On/Off Select DLNA On/Off On-line service is Off Select PTP On/Off Select Update assistant On/Off Internet software update is Off Select EPG On/Off Select TvTv EPG On/Off Displayed the panel code & type model. Select Dimming Backlight On/Off Select LightGuide On/Off Select Display fans Present/Not present.

Digital features

USB Ethernet Wi-Fi DLNA On-line service PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) Update assistant Internet software update

Data Display

EPG TvTv EPG Screen Dimming backlight LightGuide Display fans Temperature sensor Temperature LUT E-box & monitor

Sensor present in display (only for N.A. 21:9) 0 Off/On None/PNX5100 Off/On Off/On 0/1/2/3 Pixel Plus HD Perfect Pixel HD Pixel Precise HD N.A Select E-box & monitor On/Off Select Picture processing None/PNX5100 (Q549.xE chassis). Select MOP local contrast On/Off Select Light sensor On/Off Select Light sensor type form 0 to 3 (for difference styling). Select type of picture improvement.

Video reproduction

Picture processing MOP local contrast Light sensor Light sensor type Pixel Plus type

Pixel Plus Ambilight Ambilight technology Ambilight driver Pacific 3 MOP MOP ambilight

Off/On

Select Pixel Plus On/Off

Off/Mono/Stereo/Triple/Quad/Pixe- Select type of Ambilight modules use. lated quad CCFL/LED Pacific 3/MOP/DFI Not present/Present Not present/Present Off/On Select Ambilight technology. Select Ambilight driver. Select Pacific 3 presence. Select MOP presence. Select MOP ambilight On/Off

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Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Audio reproduction Source selection Sub-menu 2 Acoustic system EXT1/AV1 type SCART CVBS RGB LR CVBS Y/C YPbPr LR CVBS Y/C YPbPr HV LR (CVBS) YPbPr LR EXT2/AV2 type SCART CVBS RGB LR CVBS Y/C LR (CVBS) YPbPr LR CVBS Y/C LR EXT3/AV3 type None CVBS CVBS LR YPbPr YPbPr LR YPbPr HV LR VGA SIDE I/O HDMI 1 HDMI 2 HDMI 3 HDMI 4 HDMI side HDMI CEC HDMI CEC RC pass through HDMI CEC Pixel Plus link USB version S/PDIF inputs Miscellaneous Region ATSC/DVB-T Over the air download (AOD) DVB-T installation DVB-C DVB-C installation MPEG4 Tuner type Nyquist SAW filter I2C configuration Channel decoder Remote control assistant System RC support Embedded user manual Start-up screen Wallpaper Hotel mode Video playback Update assistant Board identifier Light guide Option number Group 1 Group 2 Store Initialise NVM Store SW maintenance Software events Display Clear Test reboot Hardware events Operation hours display Display Clear 0003 e.g. 08192.02181.01387.45160 e.g. 10185.12448.00164.00000 Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On USB 1.0/USB 2.0 None/1 connector Sub-menu 3

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Cabinet design used for setting dynamic audio parameters Select input source when connected with external equipment

Select input source when connected with external equipment

Select input source when connected with external equipment

Select VGA On/Off Select SIDE I/O On/Off Select HDMI 1 On/Off Select HDMI 2 On/Off Select HDMI 3 On/Off Select HDMI 4 On/Off Select HDMI side On/Off Select HDMI CEC On/Off Select HDMI CEC RC pass through On/Off Select Pixel Plus link On/Off Select USB version Select no. of inputs Select Region/country Select feature On/Off Select feature On/Off Select feature On/Off Select feature On/Off Select feature On/Off Select feature On/Off Select type of Tuner used Select feature On/Off Select configuration Select channel decoder Select feature On/Off Select System RC support On/Off Select Embedded user manual On/Off Select Start-up screen On/Off Select Wallpaper On/Off Hotel mode is Off Select feature On/Off Select feature On/Off Select chassis Select feature On/Off The first line (group 1) indicates HW options 1 - 4 The second line (group 2) indicates SW options 5 - 8 Store after changing N.A. Select Store in the SAM root menu after making any changes Displayed information is for development purposes

Europe/AP-PAL-MULTI/Australia Off/On Off/On Off/Country dependent/On Off/On Off/Country dependent/On Off/On HD1816-MK1/TD1716-MK4/etc. Off/On With PCA9540/9515/channel dec. TDA10048/etc. Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off/On Off Off/On Off/On TV520/82 / TV520/82M Off/On

Displayed information is for development purposes In case the display must be swapped for repair, you can reset the Display operation hours to 0. So, this one does keeps up the lifetime of the display itself (mainly to compensate the degeneration behaviour) Displayed information is for development purposes. Install start frequency from 0 MHz Install end frequency as 999 MHz Select Digital only or Digital + Analogue before installation.

Test settings

Digital info Install start frequency Install end frequency Default install frequency Installation Digital only Digital + Analogue 000 999

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Sub-menu 1

Alignments
Sub-menu 2 Display parameters DISPT 3.26.8.7 Acoustics parameters ACSTS 3.6.6.5 PQ - PRFPP 1.26.10.4 Ambilight parameters PRFAM 2.6.1.3 Sub-menu 3 Description Displayed information is for development purposes.

Main Menu

Development file ver- Development 1 file version sions

Development 2 file version

12NC one zip software Initial main software NVM version Q5492_0.4.0.0 Flash units SW Q5492_0.26.15.0

Displayed information is for development purposes.

Upload to USB

Channel list Personal settings Option codes Display-related alignment History list

To upload several settings from the TV to an USB stick

Download from USB

Channel list Personal settings Option codes Display-related alignments

To download several settings from the USB stick to the TV.

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7. Circuit Descriptions
Index of this chapter: 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Power Architecture Notes: Only new circuits (circuits that are not published recently) are described. Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due to different set executions. For a good understanding of the following circuit descriptions, please use chapter 9. Block Diagrams and 10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts. Where necessary, you will find a separate drawing for clarification.

7.1

Introduction
The LC9.3L LA chassis is based on the LC9.2L LA chassis with added TCON and Ambilight circuitry integrated on the SSB. For all other circuitry, refer to the LC9.1/LC9.2L LA Service Manual. 7.1.1 Architecture Overview For details about the chassis block diagrams refer to chapter Block Diagrams. An overview of the architecture can be found in Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-2.

HDMI Side

GDDR3 128MB
32

GDDR3 128MB

HDMI 1 HDMI 2 HDMI 3


(Reserved)

ADV3002 MUX

MediaTek MT5392
Digital Colour Decoder 10-bit video 4-field HD MADI (MPEG2/MPEG4) HD-DNM FRC 100/120Hz

Sharp DFR Timing Control

DFR Panel LED / CCFL

TS in CVBS RF in (Antenna) RF in (Cable)


Tuner SHARP NIM

LPC2103

2K10 Ambilight Module

SIF

FLASH 128MB

USB2.0

SPDIF Reserved

TDA8932 CLASS D
2 Ch Audio Amp

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Figure 7-1 Architecture LC9.3L LA chassis - general

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1.8V

2pcs 32 M 32 (1Gbit) GDDR3

1 Gbit NAND

3.3V

audio
Serial TS Power amplifier

Sharp

OFDM demod
Video/Audio processor SPDIF out

5V
2 CVI AV IN Audio L/R

CVBS CVI1/2+Audio L/R

SPDIF

MT5392
DVI Audio
EDID

VGA

Mux ADC

5V 3V3 1V05 1V8 1V2


8V

12V
DC-DC

4:1 Mux (ADV3002)

Pixel processing

3V3 stby
Quad LVDS 1920 1080p@ 100Hz

/Scaler
EDID

5V 3V3

HDMI v1.3

Ambilight

USB2.0
- JPEG - MP3 - MPEG4

uP

I/O:PWM/Backlight Tcon/PSU/.. controls

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Figure 7-2 Architecture LC9.3L LA chassis - detailed

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Circuit Descriptions
7.1.2 SSB Cell Layout

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1M 20

LVDS 51P MiniLVDS LEFT

LVDS 41P MiniLVDS RIGHT

1P81

1M 59

1P80

T C O N D C /D C
GAMMA TIMING CONTROLLER QFP200, 0.5mm NVM Am bi LPC2103F

1M 99

Eth e rn e t N AN D F lash Tra n sce ive r

D D R In ter fa ce

D C /D C and C la s s -D

1M 95

Eth e rn e t /N AN D

Q uad - LVD S

J TA G TS IN

Ser ial T S

G P IO
IS S P D IF

M T5392 U F M J Pit ch :1 .00 m m

GD D R 3

A udio DAC A nalog A udio

C omponent V id e o

CVBS YC

1736

V A1G5BF8010

1735

Tu n er H DM I G P IO U SB S TB Y

U SB2.0

Pr

Pb

AD V3 0 0 2 SVC

HP

SPD IF Output

VG A A u d io

VGA

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Figure 7-3 SSB cell layout

7.2

Power Architecture
For an overview of the output voltages of the Power Supplies, refer to the wiring diagrams in chapter Block Diagrams. Refer to Figure 7-4 for the power architecture.

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Regulator VS = +12 V
DCDC

8.0 V +/0.40 V 1.05 V +/0.05 V 1.83 V +/0.05 V


GDDR3 2

3.34 V +/0.16 V
DCDC

5.25 V +/0.26 V USB2.0 Regulator 5.0 V +/0.25 V coil Regulator

Regulator

EEPROM NVM Flash


HDMI MUX

MT5392

5.20 V 2.50 V +/0.26 V +/0.12 V

Tuner Circuitry 1.25 V +/-0.06 V


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Figure 7-4 Power architecture

7.3

Front-end
Refer to Figure 7-5 for the front-end architecture.
VA1G5BF8010 RF_SW GAIN_SW BB(5 V) B1(5 V) AFT SIF_OUT VIDEO_OUT B2(2.5 V) B3(3.3 V) B4(1.2 V) SYRSTN SDA SCL RSEORF SBYTE SPBVAL SRDT SRCK

GPIO
+5 V TUN_DIGITAL

+2V5_SW +3V3_SW +1V2_SW

Transistor Buffer

ADIN

MT5392
Transport stream Input

AUDIO IN
I2C

VIDEO IN

MT5392

I2C

Transport

Stream
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Figure 7-5 Front-end architecture Below find an explanation of the signals that are used: RF_SW: switching signal between cable and antenna: - 0 V: antenna - 3V3: cable GAIN_SW: Low-Noise Amplifier (LNA) - On: antenna - Off: cable AFT: Frequency Fine Tuning; for analog use only SIF_OUT: audio for analog channel VIDEO_OUT: video for analog channel SYRSTN: reset for tuner
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SDA/SCL: communication between tuner and MT5392 SBYTE: transport stream for digital channel inputs SPBVAL: transport stream for digital channel inputs SRDT: transport stream for digital channel inputs SRCK: transport stream for digital channel inputs.

Circuit Descriptions 7.4 HDMI


Refer to Figure 7-6 for the HDMI architecture.

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CEC
TMDS

HDMI Connector 1

DDC
5V HOTPLUG

TMDS

TMDS

HDMI Connector 2

DDC

ADV3002
5V

DDC Local I2C

HOTPLUG

MT5392

HDMI Connector side

TMDS DDC
5V HOTPLUG

Reset

EDID I2C EDID_WC


EDID E2PROM

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Figure 7-6 HDMI architecture Below find an explanation of the signals that are used: DDC: EDID information is read through the I2C lines and is used for the HDCP authentication process as well CEC: connected to MT5392 and all HDMI input ports directly EDID_WC: used to disable the write protection pin of the EEPROM; when updating the EEPROM, pull this pin LOW TMDS: signal that contains video and audio HOTPLG: to initiate the source device for EDID reading and HDCP authentication 5V: to indicate the presence of the source device for the acknowledgement of the MT5392.

7.5

USB
Refer to Figure 7-7 for the USB architecture.

7400 GPIO 1 GPIO 2 USB_PWE

7D00 EN_ FLG_ VIN

+5V_SW

RT9715HGS USB_OC 1D03 VOUT


5V

MT5392
USB DM USB DP USB _DM USB _DP

USB connector

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Figure 7-7 USB architecture Below find an explanation of the signals that are used: USB_OC: normal operation signal level is HIGH (logic 1) when the 5V supply to the USB device exceeds a current limit of 700 mA, the RT9715HGS will pull the signal level to LOW state (logic 0), which will restart the set if the die temperature exceeds 120 degrees C, the signal will be LOW (logic 0), which will restart the set USB_PWR_EN: to enable or disable the USB power switch RT9715HGS; to enable, this signal must be set to logic 0 USB_DM, USB_DP: USB differential signal.

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Refer to Figure 7-8 for the I2C architecture.

+3V3_SW
10k 10k SDA-MAIN SCL-MAIN

ForDebugging
10K 10K 100R 100R

+3V3_SW

OSDA0 (J30) OSCL0 (J29)

22R 22R

5 6

NVM 7605

+3V3_SW
10p 4k7 4k7 AMBI_SDA AMBI_SCL 100R 100R 10p

OSDA1 (K30) OSCL1 (K29)

48 47 40 27

Ambilight Controller 7801

MT5392
OSDA2 (AJ10) OSCL2 (AK10) DDC_SDA DDC_SCL 22R 47p 4k7 4k7 FRONTEND_SDA FRONTEND_SCL 1R 1R TUNER_SDA TUNER_SCL

68 67

HDMIMUX 7900

+3V3_SW

L28 L29

100R 100R 15p 15p

12 13

TUNER 1205

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Figure 7-8 I2C architecture

7.7

TCON
The Timing Controller is integrated in the SSB (Forward Integration concept). Refer to Figure 7-9 for the TCON system block diagram.

EEPROM

LVDS

(10bit)
Timing Controller

Mini - LVDS

Control Signals
Gamma Reference Voltage

Main Platform

MTK
+12V

Source Drive IC

+3V3 + 1V2

Gate Drive IC

+ 15.6V Power Block

TFT LCD Panel

VGH (+35V) VGL ( 6V)

TCON LCD Panel

SSB
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Figure 7-9 TCON system block diagram

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Circuit Descriptions 7.8 Ambilight


Refer to Figure 7-10 for the Ambilight architecture.

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MTK S S B 1M 59 I 2C P LP C 2103

A m bilight B oard 1

A m bilight B oard 2

1M 83

1M 84
EEPR OM

1M 83

1M 84
EEPR OM

M T K 5392

A M B I-S P I T em p s ens or + 3V 3 25p F F C


LE D driv er T LC 5946

25p F F C
LE D driv er T LC 5946

1M 72 4P 2.0m m

PSU

1M 09 4P 2.0m m

4p

+24V

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Figure 7-10 Ambilight architecture The MTK5392 outputs through an I2C bus. The data is then captured by the LPC2103 microprocessor which converts the RGB input data (I2C) into RGB output through an SPI bus, which is further transmitted to the Ambilight LED board via an SPI interface (SPI + extra signals).

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IC Data Sheets

8. IC Data Sheets
This section shows the internal block diagrams and pin layouts of ICs that are drawn as "black boxes" in the electrical diagrams (with the exception of "memory" and "logic" ICs).

8.1

Diagram B03 SSB: CLASS-D & Muting, Type TDA8932BT (IC7311), Audio Amplifier

Block diagram
OSCREF OSCIO VDDA 8 28 OSCILLATOR DRIVER HIGH VSSD PWM MODULATOR CTRL DRIVER LOW 26 29 27 BOOT1 VDDP1 OUT1 VSSP1 10 31

IN1P

IN1N INREF IN2P

3 12 15 PWM MODULATOR 14 PROTECTIONS: OVP, OCP, OTP, UVP, TF, WP MANAGER

21 20 DRIVER HIGH CTRL DRIVER LOW 23 22

BOOT2 VDDP2 OUT2 VSSP2

IN2N

VDDA STABILIZER 11 V 25 STAB1

DIAG

4 VDDA

VSSP1 24

STABILIZER 11 V CGND 7 VSSP2

STAB2

POWERUP

REGULATOR 5 V MODE VSSD

18

DREF

ENGAGE

5 VDDA 11 HVPREF

30

HVP1

TEST

13

TDA8932

VSSA

19

HVP2

HALF SUPPLY VOLTAGE 9 1, 16, 17, 32

VSSA

VSSD(HW)

Pinning information
VSSD(HW) IN1P IN1N DI AG ENGAGE POWERUP CGND VDDA VSSA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 32 VSSD(HW) 31 OSCIO 30 HVP1 29 VDDP1 28 BOOT1 27 OUT1 26 VSSP1 25 STAB1 24 STAB2 23 VSSP2 22 OUT2 21 BOOT2 20 VDDP2 19 HVP2 18 DREF 17 VSSD(HW)
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TDA8932T

OSCREF 10 HVPREF 11 INREF 12 TEST 13 IN2N 14 IN2P 15 VSSD(HW) 16

Figure 8-1 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

2010-Mar-26

IC Data Sheets 8.2

LC9.3L LA

8.

EN 37

Diagram B04A SSB: MTK Power, Type MT5392 (IC7400), CPU / Demodulator / Decoder

Block diagram
Tuner In Component CVBS/ Analog YC Input Input VADCx4 TV Decoder Audio In ARM11 BIM De-interlace TS Demux VDO-In Video Decoder 2-D Graphic OSD scaler Vplane scaler HDMI Rx HDMI In I/F Tuner In Audio Demod Audio Input
Audio ADC

Panel LVDS

DDR2 GDDR3 DDR DRAM Controller

DTD

MJC and Post Processing

DRAM Bus IO Bus Audio DSP Audio I/F Audio DAC JTAG BScan IrDA PVR I2C RTC USB2.0 Watchdog CEC T8032 CKGEN Servo ADC NAND Flash

Serial Flash PWM

UART SDIO Ethernet MAC

SPDIF, I2S
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Figure 8-2 Internal block diagram

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EN 38 8.3

8.

LC9.3L LA

IC Data Sheets

Diagram B06 SSB: HDMI & Multiplexer, Type ADV3002 (IC7900), HDMI MUX

Block diagram
SEL[1:0] TX_EN SERIAL I2C_SDA I2C_SCL I2C_ADDR[1:0] AVCC CONFIG INTERFACE RESETB PARALLEL CONTROL LOGIC

ADV3002

AVCC AVEE

AVCC

LOS IN_x_CLK+ IN_x_CLK IN_x_DATA2+ IN_x_DATA2 IN_x_DATA1+ IN_x_DATA1 IN_x_DATA0+ IN_x_DATA0 + + + + 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 TMDS SWITCH CORE + + + + OUT_CLK+ OUT_CLK OUT_DATA2+ OUT_DATA2 OUT_DATA1+ OUT_DATA1 OUT_DATA0+ OUT_DATA0

EQ

AVCC DDC_xxx_A DDC_xxx_B DDC_xxx_C DDC_xxx_D

2 2 2 2

AVCC SWITCH CORE 3.3V 3.3V 2 DDC_SCL_COM, DDC_SDA_COM

CEC_IN DDC/CEC BIDIRECTIONAL REPLICATOR CONTROL EDID P5V_A P5V_B P5V_C P5V_D HPD_A HPD_B HPD_C HPD_D 5V COMBINER EDID EEPROM INTERFACE

CEC_OUT

EDID_ENABLE 2 EDID_SCL, EDID_SDA AMUXVCC

HPD CONTROL

HOT PLUG DETECT

DDC_SDA_COM

DDC_SCL_COM

DDC_SDA_B

DDC_SDA_C

DDC_SDA_D

DDC_SCL_B

DDC_SCL_C

DDC_SCL_D

EDID_ENABLE

Pinning information
DDC_SDA_A DDC_SCL_A P5V_A P5V_B P5V_C P5V_D

EDID_SDA

AMUXVCC

80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61

EDID_SCL

CEC_OUT

CEC_IN

IN_B_CLK IN_B_CLK+ HPD_B IN_B_DATA0 IN_B_DATA0+ HPD_A IN_B_DATA1 IN_B_DATA1+ AVCC

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIN 1

60 59 58 57 56 55

IN_C_DATA2+ IN_C_DATA2 HPD_C IN_C_DATA1+ IN_C_DATA1 HPD_D IN_C_DATA0+ IN_C_DATA0 AVCC IN_C_CLK+ IN_C_CLK I2C_ADDR0 IN_D_DATA2+ IN_D_DATA2 AVEE IN_D_DATA1+ IN_D_DATA1 AVCC IN_D_DATA0+ IN_D_DATA0

ADV3002
TOP VIEW (Not to Scale)

54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41

IN_B_DATA2 10 IN_B_DATA2+ 11 SEL0 12 IN_A_CLK 13 IN_A_CLK+ 14 SEL1 15 IN_A_DATA0 16 IN_A_DATA0+ 17 AVCC 18 IN_A_DATA1 19 IN_A_DATA1+ 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

IN_A_DATA2

IN_A_DATA2+

OUT_DATA0+

OUT_DATA2+

OUT_DATA1

OUT_DATA2

OUT_DATA1+

OUT_DATA0

OUT_CLK+

OUT_CLK

IN_D_CLK

IN_D_CLK+

I2C_ADDR1

I2C_SDA

I2C_SCL

RESETB

TX_EN

AVEE

AVEE

AVCC

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Figure 8-3 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 39

9. Block Diagrams
Wiring Diagram 32" - 40" (Picasso)
WIRING DIAGRAM 32"- 40" PICASSO

Board Level Repair

TO BACKLIGHT 32"

TO DISPLAY

LCD DISPLAY (1004)

TO DISPLAY

Component Level Repair Only For Authorized Workshop


TO BACKLIGHT

8KA1

8319 8316

1M95 (B01A)
1. +3V3STDBY 2. STANDBY 3. GND 4. GND 5. GND 6. +12VS 7. +12VS 8. +12VS 9. +24VAUDIO 10. GNDSND 11. N.C.

1M99 (B01A)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. +12VDISP +12VDISP GND GND LAMP-ON-A PWM-DIMMING BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A GND POWER-OK-A

8KA2

1M20 (B14F)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. LIGHT-SENSOR GND RC LED-2 +3V3-STANDBY LED-1 KEYBOARD +5V

1319

1316 1P3

KEYBOARD CONTROL (1114)

LOUDSPEAKER (5213)

1P3

HIGH VOLTAGE

1735 (B03)
1. 2. 3. 4. SPEAKER_LEFT+ SPEAKER_LEFTSPEAKER_RIGHT+ SPEAKER_RIGHT-

1KA1 (B14E) 1. GND | 11. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 | 33. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 | 78. VGH_35V 79. VGL_-6V 80. GND

1KA2 (B14E) 1. GND | 11. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 | 33. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 | 78. VGH_35V 79. VGL_-6V 80. GND

MAIN POWER SUPPLY IPB 32 PLHC-P984A B IPB 40 PLHE-P986A B


(1005)

1M99

9P

8M20

1M20 8P
1M95

1KA2 80P

1KA1 80P

B
9P

3P

J1

11P

SSB
(1150)

8M99

1M95

1M99

8M95

1735

4P

TUNER

11P

SPDIF

HDMI

HDMI

PHONE

VGA

2P3 N 1308 L

MAINS CORD

J2 3P

J1 8P

IR/LED BOARD (1112)

8191

HDMI

USB

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TO BACKLIGHT

40"

Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 40

Wiring Diagram 32" - 46" (van Gogh)


WIRING DIAGRAM 32"- 46" VAN GOGH
TO DISPLAY

LCD DISPLAY (1004)

TO DISPLAY

Board Level Repair Component Level Repair Only For Authorized Workshop
8KA1

8KA2

KEYBOARD CONTROL (1114)

LOUDSPEAKER (5213)

1M09 4P
40"-10P 46"-10P

8M20
1M20 8P
1M99

32"-12P 1319

1KA2 80P

1KA1 80P

1M72 4P

1M59 25P

1316

40"-10P 46"-10P

32"-6P 1316

1319

3P

J1

B
9P

9P

SSB
(1150)

1M95

TO BACKLIGHT

1735

MAIN POWER SUPPLY 32"- FSP124-3MS02 B 40"- DPS-206CP-1 A B 46"- FSP173-3MS02 B


(1005)

11P

8M99

1M95

1M99

8M95

4P

TUNER

11P

SPDIF

HDMI

HDMI

PHONE

VGA

2P3 1311

2P3 1308 N L

MAINS CORD

RED WIRE
TWEETER (5217)
NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS

HDMI

USB

WHITE WIRE
8191
TWEETER (5216)
NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS

MAINS SWITCH (8311)

J2 3P

J1 8P

IR/LED BOARD (1112)

1M95 (B01A) 1. +3V3STDBY 2. STANDBY 3. GND 4. GND 5. GND 6. +12VS 7. +12VS 8. +12VS 9. +24VAUDIO 10. GNDSND 11. N.C.

1M99 (B01A)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. +12VDISP +12VDISP GND GND LAMP-ON-A PWM-DIMMING BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A GND POWER-OK-A

1735 (B03)
1. 2. 3. 4. SPEAKER_LEFT+ SPEAKER_LEFTSPEAKER_RIGHT+ SPEAKER_RIGHT-

1M20 (B14F)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. LIGHT-SENSOR GND RC LED-2 +3V3-STANDBY LED-1 KEYBOARD +5V

1KA2 (B14E)
1. GND | 11. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 | 33. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 | 78. VGH_35V 79. VGL_-6V 80. GND

1KA1 (B14E)
1. GND | 11. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 | 33. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 | 78. VGH_35V 79. VGL_-6V 80. GND

1M72 (B13)
1. 2. 3. 4. +24V +24V GND GND

1M59 (B13)
15. AMBI-TEMP 1. AMBI-SPI-CLK-OU 16. GND 2. AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT 17. GND 3. AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT-GI 18. GND 4. GND 19. GND 5. AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 20. GND 6. V-AMBI 21. +24V 7. AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 22. +24V 8. AMBI-LATCH1_G2 23. +24V 9. GND 24. +24V 10. AMBI-PROG_B1 25. +24V 11. AMBI-BLANK_R1 12. V-AMBI 13. AMBI-LATCH2_DIS 14. AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn

1M09 (PSU)
1. 2. 3. 4. +24V +24V GND GND

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Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 41

Wiring Diagram 32" 46" (Da Vinci)


WIRING DIAGRAM 32"- 46" DA VINCI
TO DISPLAY

LCD DISPLAY (1004)

TO DISPLAY

8M83

8M83

Board Level Repair Component Level Repair Only For Authorized Workshop
8KA1

8KA2
1M83 25P

1M84

KEYBOARD CONTROL (1114)

LOUDSPEAKER (5213)

AMBILIGHT MODULE 24 LED

8M59
1M09 4P
40"-10P 46"-10P

8M20
8M09
1M99 9P

32"-12P 1319

1M20 8P

1KA2 80P

1KA1 80P

1M72 4P

1M59 25P

(1161)

40"-10P 46"-10P

32"-6P 1316

1319

3P

J1

B
9P

SSB
(1150)

AMBILIGHT MODULE 24 LED


1M83

1316

TO BACKLIGHT

1735

MAIN POWER SUPPLY 32"- FSP124-3MS02 B 40"- DPS-206CP-1 A B 46"- FSP173-3MS02 B


(1005)

AL

11P

8M99

8M95

4P

HDMI

USB

SPDIF

HDMI

HDMI

PHONE

VGA

2P3 1311

2P3 1308 N L

MAINS CORD

RED WIRE
TWEETER (5217)
NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS

WHITE WIRE
8191
TWEETER (5216)
NOT FOR 32" TV-SETS

MAINS SWITCH (8311)

J2 3P

J1 8P

IR/LED BOARD (1112)

1M38 (AL1A) 1. +24V 2. +24V 3. +24V 4. +24V 5. +24V 6. GND 7. GND 8. GND 9. GND 10. GND 11. TEMP-SENSOR 12. N.C. 13. N.C.

1M48 (AL2A)
14. +3V3 15. BLANK 16. PROG 17. GND 18. LATCH 19. SPI-CS 20. +3V3 21. PWM-CLOCK 22. GND 23. SPI-DATA-RETURN 24. SPI-DATA-IN 25. SPI-CLOCK 1. SPI-CLOCK-BUF 2. SPI-DATA-OUT 3. SPI-DATA-RETURN 4. GND 5. PWM-CLOCK-BUF 6. +3V3 7. SPI-CS 8. LATCH 9. GND 10. PROG 11. BLANK 12. +3V3 13. N.C. 14. N.C. 15. TEMP-SENSOR 16. GND 17. GND 18. GND 19. GND 20. GND 21. +24V 22. +24V 23. +24V 24. +24V 25. +24V

1M59 (B13)
15. AMBI-TEMP 1. AMBI-SPI-CLK-OU 16. GND 2. AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT 17. GND 3. AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT-GI 18. GND 4. GND 19. GND 5. AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 20. GND 6. V-AMBI 21. +24V 7. AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 22. +24V 8. AMBI-LATCH1_G2 23. +24V 9. GND 24. +24V 10. AMBI-PROG_B1 25. +24V 11. AMBI-BLANK_R1 12. V-AMBI 13. AMBI-LATCH2_DIS 14. AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn

1M95 (B01A)
1. +3V3STDBY 2. STANDBY 3. GND 4. GND 5. GND 6. +12VS 7. +12VS 8. +12VS 9. +24VAUDIO 10. GNDSND 11. N.C.

1M99 (B01A)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. +12VDISP +12VDISP GND GND LAMP-ON-A PWM-DIMMING BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A GND POWER-OK-A

1735 (B03)
1. 2. 3. 4. SPEAKER_LEFT+ SPEAKER_LEFTSPEAKER_RIGHT+ SPEAKER_RIGHT-

1M20 (B14F)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. LIGHT-SENSOR GND RC LED-2 +3V3-STANDBY LED-1 KEYBOARD +5V

1KA2 (B14E)
1. GND | 11. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 | 33. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 | 78. VGH_35V 79. VGL_-6V 80. GND

1KA1 (B14E)
1. GND | 11. VLS_15V6 12. VLS_15V6 | 33. VCC_3V3 34. VCC_3V3 | 78. VGH_35V 79. VGL_-6V 80. GND

1M72 (B13)
1. 2. 3. 4. +24V +24V GND GND

1M09 (PSU)
1. 2. 3. 4. +24V +24V GND GND

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25P

AL

1M95

TUNER

11P

(1161)

1M95

1M99

25P

Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 42

Block Diagram Video


VIDEO
B02 TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD
1205 VA1G5BF8010

B04 MT5392:
7400 MT5392RHMJ B04C GPIO B04D LVDS

B14A TCON CONTROL


7KAA UPD809900F1 B14A INTERFACE

B14D MPD
7KUF ISL24016IRTZ CS(1-6)

B14E MINI LVDS


LEVEL SHIFTER
7KUE MAX17079GTL 1KA1 81 32" VGL_-6V VGH_35V 79 78 72 61 VH 50 L_LV(A-B) 13 34 VCC_3V3 VLS_15V6 33 12 11 10 TO DISPLAY (TCON ON SSB)

TUNER

11 SYRSTN 1 RF-SW 2 GAIN-SW 15 SBYTE 16 SPBVAL 17 SRDT 18 SRCK AFT SIF_OUT 5 6 7 SIF_OUT_1 CVBS0T 7200 EF 2212 3216

DEMOD_RESET RF_SW GAIN_SW TSO_SYNC TSO_VALID TSO_DATA0 TSO_CLK AFT SIF_OUT CVBS_RF GND_CVBS_RF

G29

GPIO_4 D29 GPIO_11 E27 GPIO_12 PX1 CS(1-12)

B04A PM_DEMOD C30 TSO_SYNC A30 TSO_VALID C29 TSO_DATA B30 TSO_CLK AK28 AB27 AD29 AD28 B07D CVBS_SPDIF_USB ADIN_6 B07B AVI MPX0_P CVBS_0 CVBS_N

LEVEL SHIFTER

CS(1U-12U) 42"

PX2

PX3

VL

VIDEO_OUT

B14C P GAMMA &


VCOM & FLASH

2 1 1KA2 81 79 78 72

B06C ANALOG I/O - CINCH


SY0N 2C15 1C12 Y CVI-1 PB PR 12 9 7 SC1_G SC1_B SC1_CVBS_OUT 5C05 5C04 5C03 2C17 2C16

3B08 3B06

Y0N SOY0 Y0P PB0P PR0P PBR0N SOY1 Y1P PB1P PR1P Y1N PBR1N

AH21 AH20 AJ21 AJ19 AH22 AK22 AH17 AJ18 AJ19 AH19 AH18 AK19 AE30

SOY0 SOY0 Y0P PB0P PR0P PBR0N SOY1 Y1P PB1P PR1P Y1N PBR1N CVBS_3

MT5392

PX4

7KQA ISL24837IRZ REF VOLTAGE GEN VL/VH VGL_-6V VGH_35V

SY0P SPB0P SPR0P SPBR0N

3B07 3B09 3B11 3B10 3B00

VH R_LV(A-B) 7KQB M25P32

61 50 13 34 TO DISPLAY (TCON ON SSB)

SDI SDO SCS SCK

VCC_3V3 VLS_15V6 VL

FLASH 32K

33 12 11 10 2 1

1C13 Y CVI-2 PB PR 1C11 AVIN CVBS 2 CVBS_AV3 12 9 7 SY1P_SC2 PB1P_SC2 PR1P_SC2 5C02 5C01 5C05 2C04 2C05 2C06 SY1P SPB1P SPR1P SY1N SPBR1N 3B01 3B03 3B05 3B02 3B04

B07E VGA
1G16 1
10 15

3E03 VGA_R VGA_G VGA_B H-SYNC V-SYNC 2C07 2E09 2E08 VGA_Rn VGA_Gn VGA_Bn VGA_Rp VGA_Gp VGA_Bp

SOG1 RP GP BP HSYNC VSYNC RN GN BN

AH16

SOG

2 3 13 14

AK17 RP AK16 GP AH15 BP AK14 HSYNC AJ14 VSYNC AJ17 RN AJ16 GN AJ15 BN

B07D CVBS-SPDIF_USB

B07D USB

5 6 11

VGA CONNECTOR

TO 7D00-6 USB_DM0 USB_DP0 AJ5 AK5 USB_DM0 USB_DP0

1D03 1 2 3 4
3 2 1

B06 HDMI & MUX


1902 1 3
1 2

USB 2.0 CONNECTOR SIDE SW UPLOAD JPEG MP3

7900 ADV3002BSTZ01 DRX2+ DRX2DRX1+ DRX1DRX0+ DRX0DRXC+ DRXC48 47 45 44 42 IN_C 41 38 37

B04C FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE


B04C FLASH_IF 7603 NAND01GW3B2CN6F

4 6 7 9 10 12 1904 1 3

HDMI 1 CONNECTOR

HDMI SWITCH
B06 HDMI_XTAL_LDO OUT_CLK_+ 34 OUT_CLK_- 35 OUT_DATAD0_+ 31 OUT_DATAD0_- 32 OUT_DATAD1_+ 28 OUT_DATAD1_- 29 OUT_DATAD2_+ 25 OUT_DATAD2_- 26 RXC+ RXCRX0+ RX0RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2AK6 RX0_C AJ6 RX0_CB AK7 RX0_0 AJ7 RX0_0B AK8 RX0_1 AJ8 RX0_1B AK9 RX0_2 AJ9 RX0_2B

PDD

NAND_PDD(0-7)

FLASH 1G

19 18

CRX2+ CRX2CRX1+ CRX1CRX0+ CRX0CRXC+ CRXC-

60 59 57 56 54 IN_B 53 51 50

1 2

4 6 7 9 10 12 1903 1 3

B04B DREAM_IF

B04B GDDR3
RDQ DQ(0-31)
7500 H5RS1H23MFR 7501 H5RS1H23MFR

HDMI 2 CONNECTOR

19 18

ARX2+ ARX2ARX1+ ARX1ARX0+ ARX0ARXC+ ARXC-

23 22 20 19 17 IN_A 16 14 13 1900 27M W29 XTAL1

SDRAM 1G
VDD

SDRAM 1G
VDD

1 2

4 6 7 9 10 12

W30

A2 XTALO RA RA(0-12)

A2

19 18

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HDMI SIDE CONNECTOR

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Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 43

Block Diagram Audio


AUDIO
B02 TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD
1205 VA1G5BF8010

B04 MT5392:
7400 MT5392RHMJ B06B ALI_ADAC DEMOD_RESET RF_SW GAIN_SW TSO_SYNC TSO_VALID TSO_DATA0 TSO_CLK SIF_OUT_1 3216 SIF_OUT SIF_OUT_GND G29 B04C GPIO GPIO_4 D29 GPIO_11 E27 GPIO_12 B04A PM_DEMOD TSO_SYNC TSO_VALID TSO_DATA TSO_CLK B07B AVI MPX0_P MPX0_N CVBS_0 CVBS_N PGA_2OUTL PGA_2OUTR M30 M29

B03 CLASS-D & MUTING

TUNER

11 SYRSTN 1 RF-SW 2 GAIN-SW 15 SBYTE 16 SPBVAL 17 SRDT 18 SRCK SIF_OUT 6

7510 TDA8932BTW/N2 B04A B04A STANDBYn 7310 MUTEn MUTE MUTE 5 POWER_DOWN B04A (CONTROL) AOUTL AOUTR 2 14 73127314 B04A (CONTROL) SW_MUTE ANTI_PLOP B04C (CONTROL) DC_PROT 6 27 SPEAKER_LEFT+ SPEAKER_LEFTSPEAKER_RIGHT+ 22 SPEAKER_RIGHT-

C30 A30 C29 B30 AB27 AB26 AD29 AD28

1735 1 2 3 4 SPEAKER RIGHT SPEAKER LEFT

CLASS D POWER AMPLIFIER

7 VIDEO_OUT

CVBS0T

7200 EF

CVBS_RF

2212

GND_CVBS_RF AFT

DC-DETECTION

AFT

B07D CVBS_SPDIF_USB AK28 ADIN_6

B07B ANALOG I/O - AUDIO


1B01 1 ASPDIF_OUT J28 ASPDIF_OUT B07B ALI_DAC 2 3 1 DVI_AUL_IN DVI_AUR_IN U27 U26 AIN_3_L

MT5392
B07D CVBS-SPDIF_USB

1B02

B07D USB

AIN_3_R

B07C ANALOG I/O - YPbPr & CINCH


1C12 AV IN AUDIO L/R 5 3 AIN1_L-SC1 AIN1_R-SC1 3B28 3B27 AIN1_L AIN1_R V30 V29 AIN1_L AIN_1_R USB_DM0 USB_DP0 AJ5 AK5

TO 7D00-6 USB_DM0 USB_DP0

1D03 1 2 3 4
3 2 1

CVI-1

USB 2.0 CONNECTOR SIDE SW UPLOAD JPEG MP3

1C13 5 CVI-2 AV IN AUDIO L/R 3 AIN0_L-SC2 AIN0_R-SC2 3B30 3B29 AIN0_L AIN0_R V28 V27 AIN_0_L B04C FLASH_IF AIN_0_R

B04C FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE


7603 NAND01GW3B2CN6F

1C11 5 AVIN AV IN AUDIO L/R 8 AV3_L_IN AV3_L_IN U29 U28 AIN_2_L AIN_2_R B04B DREAM_IF 7900 ADV3002BSTZ01 DRX2+ DRX2DRX1+ DRX1DRX0+ DRX0DRXC+ DRXC48 47 45 44 42 IN_C 41 38 37

PDD

NAND_PDD(0-7)

FLASH 1G

B06 HDMI & MUX


1902 1 3
1 2

B04B GDDR3
RDQ DQ(0-31)
7500 H5RS1H23MFR 7501 H5RS1H23MFR

4 6 7 9 10 12 1904 1 3

19 18

VDD

B06 HDMI_XTAL_LDO CRX2+ CRX2CRX1+ CRX1CRX0+ CRX0CRXC+ CRXC60 59 57 56 54 IN_B 53 51 50 OUT_CLK_+ 34 OUT_CLK_- 35 OUT_DATAD0_+ 31 OUT_DATAD0_- 32 OUT_DATAD1_+ 28 OUT_DATAD1_- 29 OUT_DATAD2_+ 25 OUT_DATAD2_- 26 RXC+ RXCRX0+ RX0RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2AK6 RX0_C AJ6 RX0_CB AK7 RX0_0 AJ7 RX0_0B AK8 RX0_1 AJ8 RX0_1B AK9 RX0_2 AJ9 RX0_2B RA

A2 RA(0-12)

VDD

HDMI 1 CONNECTOR

HDMI SWITCH

SDRAM 1G

SDRAM 1G

A2

4 6 7 9 10 12 1903 1 3

+1V8_SW

HDMI 2 CONNECTOR

19 18

1 2

ARX2+ ARX2ARX1+ ARX1ARX0+ ARX0ARXC+ ARXC-

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1 2

4 6 7 9 10 12

W30

HDMI SIDE CONNECTOR

19 18

XTALO

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Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 44

Block Diagram Control & Clock Signals CONTROL + CLOCK SIGNALS


B06
HDMI & MUX
7400 MT5392RHMJ
B04B DREAM_IF RDQ DQ(0-31)
7500 H5RS1H23MFR 7501 H5RS1H23MFR

B04B

GDDR3

SDRAM 1G
V9

SDRAM 1G
V9

B06 HDMI_XTAL_LDO RA W29 1900 27M XTAL1 CLK CLK W30 CLK XTALO CLK RRESET M2 M3 M2 M3 NV RCLK1p RCLK1n RCLK0p RCLK0n RRESET

J11 J10 RA(0-12)

J11 J10

B04C

FLASH & EJTAG


B04C GPIO 2608 SDM 2607 PANEL GAIN_SW RF_SW DC_PROT USB_PWE USB_OC DEMOD_RESET D29 D29 AH5 AG6 AF7 G29 AJ2 GPIO_16

MT5392
B04C FLASH_IF AJ1 GPIO_15 PDD

B04C

FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE


7603 NAND01GW3B2CN6F

NAND_PDD(0-7)

FLASH 1G

B02 B02 B03 B06D B07D B02

GPIO_11 GPIO_11 GPIO_0 GPIO_1 GPIO_2 GPIO_24 GPIO_4 B04C SPIO_UART_IIC OPWM_2 C5 PWM-DIMMI B01
1603

GPIO_14 GPIO_20

AK2 B28 D28

EDID_WC LCD-PWR-ONn_A LAMP-ON-A

B06 B07E B04C B01A

U0RX

AJ13 AK13

UART_RX UART_TX

3 2 1

B14F

CONNECTORS
1M20 3 2

U0TX

UART SERVICE CONNECTOR

7401 RC AK11 STANDBY OIRI B04A PM_DEMOD OPWRSB OPCTRL_0 AH14 AJ12 AF12 AG11 AF13 STANDBYn HDMI_CEC POWER_DOWN MUTEn SW_MUTE B01 B03 B06 B03 B03 B03

5 TO IR/LED PANEL AND KEYBOARD CONTROL 6 4 8 1 7

+3V3STBY LED-1 LED-2 +5V_SW LIGHT-SENSOR KEYBOARD AJ29 AJ28 AG12 AH13 OPCTRL_2 OPCTRL_8 B07D CVBS_SPDIF_USB ADIN_3 ADIN_5

OPCTRL_5 OPCTRL_3 OPCTRL_4

B07D

USB

7D00 TPS2041BD OUT EN OC USB_PWE USB_OC B04C B04C 1F21 1 USB_DM0 USB_DP0 AJ5 AK5 USB20-DP0
3 2

B02 B01A

AFT POWER-OK-A

AK28 AK29

ADIN_6 ADIN_4 USB20-DM0

2 3 4

USB 2.0 CONNECTOR SIDE

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Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 45

Block Diagram I2C


IC
B04
CONTROLLER

B04C

FLASH & EJTAG

B06

HDMI & MUX VDDO_3V3 3904 3905 RES ARX-5V 3940 3941

7400 MT5392RHMJ B04C J30 OSDA0 OSCL0 J29

+3V3_SW 3618 3619

SDA-MAIN SCL-MAIN 3839


ERR 14

3838

+3V3_SW 6 3665 3666 1505 2 3 1 40 27

SPIO_UART IIC

5 7812 M24C64 7

7600 GPIO-18 L28 SYS_EEPROM_WE 7603 NAND01GW3B

3667 3668

7900 ADV3002BSTZ01 76 HDMI MUX 75

1903 ARX-DDC-DAT ARX-DDC-CLK 16 15

EEPROM (NVM)
ERR 35

HDMI CONNECTOR SIDE

MT5392
NAND_PDD(0-7)

CRX-5V 4 6 +5V_COMBINED 72 3925 3924 FOR DEBUGGING ONLY 71 68 67 3936 3935 1902 DRX-DDC-DAT DRX-DDC-CLK +5V_COMBINED 3944 3945 UART SERVICE CONNECTOR 16 15 +3V3STBY 3636 3637 70 69 DRX-5V 3937 3938
ERR 23

FLASH 1G
MAIN SW

1904 CRX-DDC-DAT CRX-DDC-CLK 16 15

MAIN NVM SW DDC-SDA

HDMI CONNECTOR 2

AJ10 OSDA2 OSCL2 AK10 3644

DDC-SCL

ERR 18

HDMI CONNECTOR 1

AJ13 UA0RX UA0TX AK13

3632 3633

UART_RX UART_TX

3638 3639

1813

3 2 1

62 61

EDID_SDA EDID_SCL

B04B

B04B

GDDR3 DQ(0-31)
7500 H5RS1H23MFR 7501 H5RS1H23MFR

+3V3STBY 3889 3888 5 1812 2 3 1 4 6 B04C EDID_WC 7906 7 7901 M24C02 EEPROM (EDID)
ERR 24

3890 3891

DREAM_IF

SDRAM 1G

SDRAM 1G

RA(0-12) +3V3_SW

EDID SW FOR DEBUGGING ONLY

B05
3617 3616 K30 OSDA1 OSCL1 K29 AMBI_SDA AMBI_SCL

AMBILIGHT MICROCONTROLLER

B14A

TCON CONTROL

B14C

P GAMMA & VCOM & FLASH

VCC_3V3 3KTU 3KTV

SDA-TCON SCL-TCON

1KQB 1 2 4

3820

ERR 13

3821

48

47 E19 E20 K20 SDA 7KAA UPD809900F1 K21 CONTROL SDI SDO SCS SCL 7KAB 1 LM75BDP 2 TEMP SENSOR 7KQB M25P32 7 8 12 13

BYPASS_MODE

7801 LPC2103FBD48 AMBILIGHT CONTROLLER


ERR 28

RES DEBUG ONLY

7KQH PCA9540BDP I2C SWITCH

7KQA ISL24837IRZ VOLTAGE GENERATOR

FLASH 32K
TCON SW

B04A
B04A 3417 PM_DEMOD DATA CLK

MTK POWER

B02

TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD

SCK

+3V3_SW

B07E
3418 L28 L29 FRONTEND_SDA FRONTEND_SCL
ERR 12

VGA

DC_5V 3E21 3E22

3219 3218 3222

TUNER_SDA
10 15

1G16 12 15
6 11 5

TUNER_SCL 3223

VGA-SDA-EDID-TCON VGA-SCL-EDID-TCON 4E03 4E02

2 1

12

13

1205 VA1G5BF8010 MAIN TUNER


ERR 34

VGA CONNECTOR
7E01 B04C EDID_WC 7

5 7E00 M24C02

EEPROM SW EDID SW SW SW

Programmable via USB Programmable via ComPair Pre-programmed device


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Block Diagrams

LC9.3L LA

9.

EN 46

Supply Lines Overview


SUPPLY LINES OVERVIEW
B01A
1M99 1 +12V 1M99 1
2 B01a 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 B01a +3V3_SW +5V5_TUN B04C CONTROL B04C CONTROL B04C CONTROL +5V_SW B01a 5204 B01a +3V3_SW +5V5_TUN

DC / DC
+12VDISP B04c +1V2_SW +5V5_TUN

B04E B02
TUNER & ANALOG DEMOD
B01a

AMBILIGHT
+3V3_SW 5800 1800 1A +1V8UP +VDISP +1V8UP B14b

+3V3_SW

B14A

TCON CONTROL
VCC_3V3 5KAE 5KAF VDD33 VDDQ +VDISP

+12V GND1 GND1 BL-ON_OFF DIM BOOST A/P_DIM INV_OK

VCC_3V3

7802
IN OUT COM

LAMP-ON-A PWM-DIMMING BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A

B14b

7302
IN OUT COM

7KAC
5207 +5VTUN_DIGITAL

B06
+5V_SW B01a

HDMI & MUX


+3V3_SW 5901 VDDO_3V3 +5V_SW 6901 +5V_COMBINED +1V2_SW 1903 18 1902 18 1904 18 ARX-5V B04c

IN OUT COM

5KAG 5KAA 5KAB 5KAC 5KAD

VCC_1V2 VDD12 LVDS_AVDD mini_AVDD SSCG_AVDD

B14a,c,d

+3V3_SW

7201
IN OUT COM

5206

+2V5_SW B01a +5VS B01a +1V2_SW HDMI SIDE CONNECTOR HDMI 1 CONNECTOR HDMI 2 CONNECTOR B01a +3V3STBY +5V_SW

POWER-OK-A

MAIN POWER SUPPLY 1M95


+3V3_STDBY
1

B07D CONTROL

5205

B14B

TCON DC/DC
+VDISP-INT +VDISP 7KFE 5KFA 9KFC VLS_15V6_B VLS_15V6 B14c,d,e

+VDISP-INT 1KFA

1M95 1

B03
+3V3STBY

CLASS-D & MUTING


+24VAUDIO VDDA VDD

7201
+1V2-STANDBY
IN OUT COM

B03,B04a,c, B07d,B08

DRX-5V 3.0A CRX-5V

B14a,c,d

+24VAUDIO B01a 3342 5300

STANDBY GND1 GND1 GND1 +12V +12V +12V

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

STANDBY

+3V3STBY

7KFA ISL97653 10

3KFJ 3KFP

B04A CONTROL

VGL_-6V VGH_35V VCC_3V3 VCC_1V2

+3V3STBY B01a +12VS

+3V3STBY +12VS

B14e B14e B14a,c,d,e

+12V B14f +12VS 5104

B01a B01a

B07B

DIGITAL IO - ETHERNET (PROVISIONAL)


+3V3_SW B14a VCC_1V2

6KFF 9KFE LCD 21 SUPPLY 3,4 5KFD

+3V3_SW

7104
IN OUT COM

B03,B04a,B08 +8V_SW B04a B01a

B04A

MTK POWER
+1V0_SW SENCE+1V0_MT5392 B01a B01a

+1V0_SW

5101

B07D

USB
+3V3_SW +3V3STBY +5V_SW B14b B14b

B14C

P GAMMA & VCOM & FLASH


VCC_3V3 VLS_15V6

VCC_3V3 VLS_15V6

+3V3_SW +3V3STBY +5V_SW

7102 TPS53126 3 1 Step Down Converter

7100-1

12V/1V0 CONVERTER 5103 +1V0_SW B04a

B01a

+1V2_SW +3V3_SW

+1V2_SW +3V3_SW +3V3 B01a B01a B13,B14f

7100-2 23

B01a

+3V3STBY

+3V3STBY +3V3-STANDBY

B14b

+VDISP

7KQA ISL24837IRZ 32 VOLTAGE GENERATOR

VREF_15V2

B14d

+VDISP

7106-1 12 7106-2 14 7103 TPS54386PWP 5107 3 5109 Non 1,14 Synchronous 5106 Converter 12
12V/1V8 CONVERTER +1V8_SW 5102 +5V +5V5_TUN B02 6100 +5V_SW +3V3_SW B02,B04a,c, B06,B07d,e,B08 B02,B04a,c,e, B06,B07b,d B04a B03 10 10 B04a,b B14f

B01a B14f +1V8_SW B01a B01a B01a B01a B01a +1V8_SW B01a B01a +8V_SW +12VS +5V_SW +1V8_SW +8V_SW +12VS +5V_SW B01a

B07E
+5V_SW

VGA
+5V_SW 1E05 9 3E13 6G13 5901 DC_5V B14b B14c B14b

B14D

MPD
VCC_3V3 VREF_15V2 +VDISP VLS_15V6

VCC_3V3 VREF_15V2 +VDISP VLS_15V6

VGA CONNECTOR

B08 B04B
GDDR3
+5V_SW +12VS

HOSPITALITY
+3V3STBY +5V_SW

B14b

+3V3STBY

7105
IN OUT COM

+1V2_SW

+1V8_SW B01a

B14E
B14b B14b B14b VGL_-6V

MINI LVDS
VCC_3V3 VGL_-6V VGH_35V VLS_15V6

VCC_3V3

+VSND GND_SND
N.C.

+24VAUDIO

+12VS

VGH_35V VLS_15V6

GNDSND
11 11 2142 B01a

B04C

FLASH & EJTAG & DISPLAY INTERFACE


+3V3_SW +3V3STBY +5V_SW +12VDISP 5605 5606 +VDISP-INT B14b AMBILIGHT CONNECTOR 1M72 1 1HA0 1.5A +24V 1M59 25 B04a 5HA0 VINT VIO 5HA1

+3V3_SW +3V3STBY B01a +5V_SW B01a SENSE+1V0_MTK5392 B04a B01a 7607 +12VDISP

B13
+3V3

AMNILIGHT CPLD
+3V3

B14b

B14F
+3V3 B04c B04c +5V B01a TO B01a AMBILIGHT MODULE +12V

CONNECTORS
+3V3 +3V3-STANDBY +5V +12V 1M20 5 8 TO IR/LED PANEL

+3V3-STANDBY

7608 LCD_PWR_ONn_A

5607

1M09
+24Vb +24Vb GND GND 1 2 3 4 TO 1M72 B13 SSB

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 47

10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 1

AL1A
1

Everlight 15 LED Common


2 3 4 5 6 7 8
+3V3 2B11 100n

AL1A
9 10 11 12 13 14
1M83 C1 2B00 E8 2B01 F8 2B02 E9 2B03 I14 2B04-1 B7 2B04-2 B6 2B04-3 B8 2B04-4 B7 2B08 E12 2B09 E12 2B10 F9 2B11 A9 2B17 D8 2B20 D4 3004 E12 3B00-1 A6 3B00-2 B6 3B00-3 B6 3B00-4 B6 3B01-1 E7 3B01-2 D7 3B02-1 E3 3B02-2 E5 3B03-1 H14 3B03-2 H14 3B03-3 H14 3B03-4 H14 3B07-1 F3 3B07-2 G3 3B07-3 H3 3B07-4 G3 3B11 E12 3B13-3 H3 3B13-4 I3 3B18 A8 3B21 B7 3B22 B8 3B30-1 D9 3B30-4 E9 3B31 B10 3B34 D13 3B35 G14 3B36 G14 3B37 G14 3B39-1 E13 3B39-2 D12 3B39-3 D13 7000 G5 7001 G7 7002 G8 7003 G10 7004 G11 7005 G13 7B06 D3 7B07 D4 7B20-1 D8 7B20-2 E8 7B23-1 F4 7B23-2 G4 7B25 H3 7B26-1 A8 7B26-2 C9 7B30 D13 FB01 A1 FB03 B1 FB04 B1 FB05 B1 FB06 B2 FB07 B1 FB08 B1 FB10 B2 FB11 B1 FB12 B2 FB13 C1 FB15 C1 FB16 C1 FB20 B7 FB30 G3 FB31 H3 FB32 I3 FB35 A8 FB40 D12 FB41 E13

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

+24V BLANK PWM-CLOCK-BUF 1 3B00-1 8 150R 1K8 3B18 FB35

VCC 31 24 26 3 1 2 23 22 25 32 12 13 28 29 BLANK GSCLK IREF MODE SCLK SIN SOUT XERR XHALF XLAT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 OUT 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 GND_HS 33 7B26-2 TLC5946RHB VIA 34 35 VIA VIA 36 VIA 37 38 39 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 PWM-R1 PWM-G1 PWM-B1 PWM-G3 PWM-R3 PWM-R2 PWM-G2 PWM-B2 PWM-B3 PWM-G4 PWM-R4 PWM-B4 PWM-B5 PWM-G5 PWM-R5 DATA-SWITCH 3B31 2K0 42 41 40 +3V3

FB03

FB04

TEMP-SENSOR

PROG SPI-CLOCK-BUF SPI-DATA-IN-BUF SPI-DATA-IN SPI-DATA-OUT LATCH

4 3B00-4 5 150R 3 3B00-3 6 150R FB20 +3V3

FB05 +3V3 FB07 FB08 FB11 +3V3 FB13 FB10 FB06 BLANK PROG

2 3B00-2 7 150R 7

3B21 150R

3B22 10K

27

FH12-25S-0.5SH(55) FB01 7B26-1 TLC5946RHB

2B04-2

100p 2B04-1

2B04-4

2B04-3

NC

100p

100p

LATCH SPI-CS FB12 PWM-CLOCK

100p

GND 30

SPI-DATA-RETURN FB15 SPI-DATA-IN FB16 SPI-CLOCK

27 26 1M83

+3V3 +3V3 2B20 100n 3B34 +3V3 2B17 100n +3V3 100K RES +3V3 7 1K5 1% 6 1K5 1% 3B39-2 3B39-3

SPI-DATA-IN-BUF SPI-CLOCK-BUF 7B07 M95010-WDW6 5 7B06 74LVC1G32GW 1 SPI-CS DATA-SWITCH 2 3 6 4 +3V3 1 3B02-1 8 10K 1 3 5 D C S

+3V3

VCC

7B20-1 74LVC2G17 Q 2 PWM-CLOCK 2 3B01-2 7 100R 2B00 3B02-2 HOLD 7 7 10K 2 +3V3 33p 1

(64K)

7B30 1 3 5 4 TEMP-SENSOR

1 3B30-1 8 220R

PWM-CLOCK-BUF

FB40

RES

2B02

2B08

100p

GND 4 7B20-2 74LVC2G17 +3V3 5

10K

-T

3B11

10n 3004

10K

LMV331IDCK

FB41 1 1K5 1%

E
8

SPI-DATA-RETURN

SPI-CLOCK

3B01-1 100R

3B30-4 220R

SPI-CLOCK-BUF

2B01

33p

2B10

+24V

8 3B07-1 1

100p

10n 3B39-1

2B09

7B23-1 BC847BS(COL) 6 2

2 3B07-2 7

10K

1 10K

PWM-B1

FB30 3B35 +24V 7000 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 5 1 3 4 10K 1 3B03-1 8 FB31 2 +24V 1K5 3B03-2 1K5 3 3B03-3 6 3 3B13-3 6 7B25 BC847BW 3 1 5 3B13-4 4 2 10K 1K5 3B03-4 1K5 2B03 100n BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED +24V 7001 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7002 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7003 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7004 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7005 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 270R 3B36 270R 3B37 68R

5 3B07-4 4

7B23-2 BC847BS(COL) 3 5

PWM-R1

3 3B07-3 6

10K

I
PWM-G1

10K

FB32

1
B001

2
B002 B007

10

11

12

13

14
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AL 2K10 Everlight 15 LED Common

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 48

Ambilight: Everlight LED Common 2

AL1B
1

Everlight 15 LED Common 2


2
+24V

AL1B
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

7B50-1 BC847BS(COL) 2

PWM-B2 +24V

FB70 3B50 7105 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 5 7B50-2 BC847BS(COL) 3 5 1 3B55-1 8 4 10K 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7104 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 1 10K 270R 3B51 270R 3B52 68R 3B53-1 1K5 2 3B53-2 7 FB71 +24V 1K5 3 3B53-3 6 1K5 4 3B53-4 5 1K5 7B51 BC847BW 3 1 7 3B57-2 2 2 10K 2B50 100n 5 1 3 8 +24V 7103 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7102 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7101 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7100 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4

PWM-G2

7 3B55-2 2

PWM-R2

FB72

+24V

10K

7C20-1 BC847BS(COL) 6 2

PWM-B3 +24V

FC01 1 3C10 2 270R 1 3C11 2 7 3C00-2 2 7C20-2 BC847BS(COL) 3 5 1 3C00-1 8 4 10K 270R 3C12 68R 1 3C15-1 8 1K5 3C15-2 1K5 3 3C15-3 6 +24V 1K5 4 3C15-4 5 7C22 BC847BW 3 1 7 3C06-2 2 2 1K5 5 1 3 7200 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7201 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7202 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 Blue Green Red

2 FC02

PWM-G3

H
PWM-R3

FC03

10

11

12

2B50 C11 3B50 B7 3B51 B7 3B52 B7 3B53-1 B7 3B53-2 C7 3B53-3 C7 3B53-4 C7 3B55-1 C3 3B55-2 B3 3B55-3 A3 3B55-4 A3 3B57-2 D3 3B57-3 C3 3C00-1 G3 3C00-2 F3 3C00-3 F3 3C00-4 E3 3C06-1 G3 3C06-2 H3 3C10 F4 3C11 F4 3C12 F4 3C15-1 G4 3C15-2 G4 3C15-3 G4 3C15-4 G4 7100 B11 7101 B10 7102 B9 7103 B7 7104 B6 7105 B5 7200 F8 7201 F9 7202 F10 7B50-1 A3 7B50-2 B3 7B51 C3 7C20-1 E3 7C20-2 F3 7C22 G3 FB70 B3 FB71 C3 FB72 D3 FC01 F3 FC02 G3 FC03 H3

5 3B55-4 4 3 3B55-3 6

10K

3 3B57-3 6

3 3C00-3 6

5 3C00-4 4

10K

10K

1 3C06-1 8

10K

10K

10K

10K

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 49

Ambilight: 3 LED Everlight

AL2A

3 LED Everlight

AL2A
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A
FH12-25S-0.5SH(55) 7203 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D Blue Green 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7204 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7205 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 2C15 100n SPI-CLOCK-BUF SPI-DATA-OUT SPI-DATA-RETURN PWM-CLOCK-BUF +3V3 SPI-CS LATCH PROG BLANK +3V3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 1M84 27

1M84 A10 2C15 B6 7203 A3 A 7204 A4 7205 A5


+24V

Red

TEMP-SENSOR

C
+24V

10

B003

2009-11-27

3 LED Everlight AL 2K10

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 50

Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight

AL2A

9 LED Everlight

AL2A
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1M84 A10 2D01 B6 7203 A3 7204 A4 7205 A5

A
7203 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D Blue Green Red 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7204 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7205 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 2D01 100n 1M84 SPI-CLOCK-BUF SPI-DATA-OUT SPI-DATA-RETURN PWM-CLOCK-BUF +3V3 SPI-CS LATCH PROG BLANK +3V3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27

+24V

TEMP-SENSOR

C
+24V 26

FH12-25S-0.5SH(55)

10

B003

B004

2009-11-03

9 LED Everlight AL 2K10

8204 000 9060 3104 313 64191


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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 51

Ambilight: 9 LED Everlight

AL2B

9 LED Everlight
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

AL2B
2D10 C13 3D02-1 A1 3D02-2 A1 3D02-3 B1 3D02-4 B1 3D05-3 C1 3D05-4 C1 3D10 A12 3D11 B12 3D12 B12 3D13-1 B12 3D13-2 C12 3D13-3 C12 3D13-4 C12 7300 B5 7301 B6 7302 B7 7303 B8 7304 B10 7305 B11 7D01-1 A2 7D01-2 B2 7D02 C2 FD01 A1 FD02 C1 FD03 D1 FD04 D1

+24V

8 3D02-1 1

7D01-1 BC847BS(COL) 6 2

2 3D02-2 7

A
PWM-B4 FD01

10K

1 10K

A
1 3D10 2

+24V

+24V

7300 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 7D01-2 BC847BS(COL) 3 5 5 1 3 4 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED

7301 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED

7302 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED

7303 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED

7304 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED

7305 99-135/RSGBB7C-A24/2D 1 6 2 4

270R 3D11 270R 3D12 68R

6 3D02-3 3

10K

4 3D02-4 5

10K

1 3D13-1 8 1K5 2 3D13-2 7

PWM-R4

FD02 +24V

1K5 3 3D13-3 6 7D02 BC847BW 3 1 1K5 4 3D13-4 5 1K5 2D10 100n

3 3D05-3 6

5 3D05-4 4

10K

PWM-G4

FD03

10K

FD04

10

11

12

13

2009-11-03

9 LED Everlight AL 2K10

8204 000 9060 3104 313 64191


18770_641_100212.eps 100212

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 52

Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight

AL2A

15 LED Everlight

AL2A
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A
7203 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D Blue Green 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7204 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 7205 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 2D01 100n 1M84 SPI-CLOCK-BUF SPI-DATA-OUT SPI-DATA-RETURN PWM-CLOCK-BUF +3V3 SPI-CS LATCH PROG BLANK +3V3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

1M84 A10 2D01 B6 7203 A3 7204 A4 7205 A5 FD18 C7

+24V

Red

TEMP-SENSOR

C
+24V FD18

10

B003

B004

B005

2009-11-27

15 LED Everlight AL 2K10

8204 000 9062 3104 313 64211


18770_660_100212.eps 100219

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 53

Ambilight: 15 LED Everlight

AL2B

15 LED Everlight
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

AL2B
2D10 C13 2D11 H13 3D02-1 A1 3D02-2 A1 3D02-3 B1 3D02-4 B1 3D03-3 H2 3D03-4 G2 3D04-1 F2 3D04-2 G2 3D04-3 E2 3D04-4 F2 3D05-3 C1 3D05-4 D1 3D10 B12 3D11 B12 3D12 B12 3D13-1 B12 3D13-2 C12 3D13-3 C12 3D13-4 C12 3D15 F12 3D16 F12 3D17 F12 3D18-1 G12 3D18-2 G12 3D18-3 G12 3D18-4 G12 7300 B5 7301 B6 7302 B7 7303 B8 7304 B10 7305 B11 7400 F5 7401 F6 7402 F7 7403 F8 7404 F10 7405 F11 7D01-1 A2 7D01-2 B2 7D02 C2 7D03-1 E2 7D03-2 F2 7D04 G2 FD01 A1 FD02 C1 FD03 D1 FD04 F1 FD05 G1 FD06 H1

+24V

8 3D02-1 1

7D01-1 BC847BS(COL) 6 2

10K

A
FD01

A
1

2 3D02-2 7 PWM-B4

10K

3D10 +24V +24V 7300 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 7D01-2 BC847BS(COL) 3 5 4 3D02-4 5 4 10K 1 3D13-1 8 1K5 2 3D13-2 7 +24V 1K5 3 3D13-3 6 7D02 BC847BW 3 1 5 3D05-4 4 2 1K5 4 3D13-4 5 1K5 2D10 100n 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7301 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7302 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7303 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7304 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7305 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 68R 3D11 RES 68R 3D12 68R

6 3D02-3 3

10K

PWM-R4

FD02

3 3D05-3 6

PWM-G4

FD03

10K

10K

+24V

3D04-3

10K

7D03-1 BC847BS(COL) 6 2

3D04-4

1 10K

PWM-B5

FD04 3D15 +24V +24V 7400 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 7D03-2 BC847BS(COL) 3 5 7 3D04-2 4 10K 1 3D18-1 8 1K5 2 3D18-2 7 +24V 1K5 3 3D18-3 6 5 3D03-4 7D04 BC847BW 3 1 3 3D03-3 2 10K 1K5 4 3D18-4 5 1K5 2D11 100n 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7401 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7402 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7403 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7404 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 5 1 3 BLUE GREEN RED 7405 99-235/RSBB7C-A24/2D 6 2 4 68R 3D16 RES

3D04-1

10K

68R 3D17 68R

PWM-R5

FD05

4 6 10K

PWM-G5

FD06

10

11

12

13

2009-11-27

15 LED Everlight AL 2K10

8204 000 9062 3104 313 64211


18770_661_100212.eps 100212

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 54

Layout AmbiLight Everlight

AmbiLight Everlight

18 LED
3B35 3B36 3B37 3B31 3B55

B001

B007

2B09

3B30

3B07

3B13

3B22

3B34

3B01

7000
7B23

FB04

7001
FB40

7002
2B01 2B17 2B00

3B00

FB41

3004 2B08 3B11

2B10 2B02 2B20

3B02

7B30
3B39

FB30

FB08

7B20

FB13

FB16

1M83

7003

FB11

7004
FB05 FB06 FB31 FB15

FB07

FB10

7B07

2B04

3B21
FB03

2B50

FB35

7B51

2B11

3C11

FB72

FB20

3B57

7C22

FB70

7C20

7B26

3B53

3C12

2B03

7005

7100

3B18

FB12

7101

7102

7103

7104
7B50
FC03 FB71 FC02

7105

7200
3C10

3C15

7201
3C06

7202

1M84

7203

B003

B002

7B25

3B52

3B51 3B50

3C00

7B06

3B03

FB32

FB01

FC01

7204

2C15

7205

3104 313 6420.1

24 LED
3B35 3B36

7B26

3B37

3B31

3B55

B001

B007

B002

B003

2B09

3B30

3B13

3B00

2B10 2B02 2B20

3B02

3004 2B08 3B11

2B00

7B23

7B30
3B39

FB30

FB08

7B20

FB13

FB03

FB16

FB10

FB31

FB15

FB72

FB20

3B57

FC02

FC03

FB71

3C10

3C06

2D01

7D01

FD01

FD02

FD04

3D11

3104 313 6419.1


30 LED
3B35 3B36 3B03

B005

3B37

3B31

B001

B007

B002

3B55

2B09

3B30

3B01

3B07

3B13

7D02

3B22

3B34

2D10

7000
7B23

FB04

7001
FB40

7002
2B01 2B17 2B00

3B00

FB41

2B10 2B02 2B20

3B02

3004 2B08 3B11

7B30
3B39

FB30

FB08

7B20

FB13

FB16

1M83

7003

FB11

7004
FB05 FB06 FB31 FB15

FB07

7D04

FB10

7B07

3D03

2B04

7C22

7B51

3B21
FB03

2B50

FB35

3D04

3C11

2D01

3D13

2B11

FB70

7C20

7B50
FC03 FB71

3D12

FB72

FB20

3B57

FC02

3C10

3C06

3D02

7D01

3D05
FD01 FD02

3D10 3D11

FD18

3D17 3D15 3D16

7D03

3D18

FD04

FD06

3104 313 6421.1

18770_672_100216.eps 100325

2010-Mar-26

2D11

7B26

3B53

3C12

2B03

7005

7100

3B18

7B25

3B52

7101

7102

7103

3B51 3B50

3C00

FB12

7B06

7104

7105

7200

3C15

7201

7202

7203

7204

B003

7205

7300

FD03

7301

7302

7303

7304

7305

7400

FD05

7401

7402

1M84

7403

B004

FB32

FB01

FC01

3D12

3C11

3D02

3D10

3D13

FB41

FB05

FB06

3B21

2B50

FB35

7B51

2B11

7C22

FB40

2B17

7B07

2B01

2B04

FB70

7C20

7B50

7D02

3B22

3D05

2D10

3B07

3B34

3B01

7000

FB04

7001

7002

1M83

7003

FB11

7004

FB07

3B53

3C12

2B03

7005

7100

3B18

FB12

7101

7102

7103

7104

7105

7200

3C15

7201

7202

7203

7204

7205

7300

FD03

7301

7302

1M84

7303

B004

7B25

3B52

3B51 3B50

3C00

7B06

3B03

FB32

FB01

FC01

7304

7305

7404

7405

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 55

SSB: DC-DC

B01A
1 A

DC-DC
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 A
I101 +12VS 30R 2101 2102 10u 10u 7 8 7106-1 SI4952DY I100 2 1
1M99 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1-2041145-2 F102 F103 F104 F105 F106 F107 F108 F109 F110 F111 F112 100p 100p 100p 100p 3126 3127 RES 3128 68R 68R 68R

B01A
RES 5100 30R 5101

F100

RES 3100

3R3

12V/1V8 CONVERSION
5102 47R 47R 47R 47R 3u6 F101 +1V8_SW 1n0 5 6 7106-2 SI4952DY

1M99 PIN ON 1 12V 5 3V 6 >1.5V 7 1.5V 9 3V

10u 2113

2112

2114

+12VDISP

STBY 0V 0V 0V 0V 0V

LAMP-ON-A PWM-DIMMING BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A POWER-OK-A

RES 2111

I102

4 3131-4 4 3131-3 3 3 3131-2 2 3131-1 1

C
7100-1 SI4952DY 7 8

C
+3V3STBY

3129

F138

STANDBY

10u 2192

2191

RES

10u

1n0

4100 I103 RES 3101

2 1 2118

2104

2103

3105

3R3

1u0

1u0

RES 2119 I105 1n0 5 6

ON 3V3 0V 12V 12V 12V 25V

STBY 3V3 3V 0V 0V 0V 0V

I131

2106 100n

I130

I133 2105 100n GND-SIG GND-SIG 7102 TPS53126PW 2 I13211 3 10 4 9 5 8 3106 +1V8_SW 330R 1% 1K0 1% 1K0 1% 3108 RES 2171 100p 3109 22K 3107 I122 3110 3111 GND-SIG GND-SIG 18K 18K I12321 I12416 20 1 VBST 2 1 EN 2 1 VO 2 1 VFB 2 1 TRIP 2 VIN GND 6 F132

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1-2041145-1

F113 F114 F115 F116 F117 F118 F119 F120 F121 F122 F123

2137

I104 1n0

1M95 PIN 1 2 6 7 8 9

1M95

68R

+12VS

D
+24VAUDIO GNDSND

7100-2 SI4952DY 4

1 DRVL 2 DRVH 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2

23 14 1 12 24 13 22 15

I129 I128 I127 I126

RES

100n

100n 2199

2141

2142

1n0 2140

2145

1n0 2198

100n 2144

2143

+5V_SW

47R

47R

47R

47R

+1V0_SW +1V8_SW

F128

5103 2u0 100u 2.0V

F124

+1V0_SW

SW

GNDSND GNDSND GNDSND

100n

100n

12V/1V0 CONVERSION
3

PGND

3130-3 3

3130-4 4

3130-2 2

V5FILT VREG5

18 19

F129 I125

I106 2109 10u 2110 1u0 2123

2193

2194

10u

1u0

3130-1 1

TEST

7 17

GND-SIG

GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG GND-SIG

F
2172 1u0 3124 I109 220R 1% 0R 3123

I107 2124 1n0

F125

SENSE+1V0_MTK5392

I108 1K0 1% 1K5 1%

12V/8V CONVERSION
7104 L78L08ACU 5104 +12VS 30R 2146 1u0 I111 3

RES 2125

100p

3121

3122

G
1 F126 +8V_SW 100n 2147 2148 10u

IN

OUT COM
2

I110

5107 GND-SIG GND-SIG 30R RES 5108


+12VS 10u 2159 100u 16V 2160 10u 2161 10u

GND-SIG

F137

H
F134
+5V5_TUN 7103 TPS54386PWP 1 F130 +5V_SW 100u 16V 100u 6.3V 2164 100K 1% SS36 10p 2165 2167 RES 2166 3113 6100 5109 10u 10u I121 3112 1R0 I119 2163 33n I117 2 3 5 7 9 10 11 14

3V3/1V2 CONVERSION
7105 LD1117DT 5105
+3V3_SW

H
F139
+1V2_SW

I138

IN

OUT COM

2 22u 16V 2184

5117 33R RES 2181 2183 47u RES 2196 RES 2182 10n 22u 22u 10n

33R
I116 13 12 6 8 16 I115 I114 5106 10u 2177 100u 6.3V 4K7 1% 2157 470p 2156 3119 F127 +3V3_SW

22u

PVDD1 BOOT1 SW1 EN1 FB1 ILIM2 SEQ BP

PVDD2 BOOT2 SW2 EN2 FB2

2150

100n

F135 RES
2169 10u 10p

2162

470p

I120

I
SS34 6102

I118

VIA2

10K 1%

RES 3135

RES 2176

RES 2174

RES 2175

RES 2173

I134

10u

1K5 1%

10u

10u

15

100K

3136

3120

RES

2170

F133
18K 1%

1K0 1%

3115

12V/5V CONVERSION
RES 2168 10p

12V/3V3 CONVERSION

10p

22u

22u

22u

GND

GND_HS

GND P HS

RES 2152

10n RES 2154

RES2187

22u RES 2188

4103

RES 2186

2151

SYNC

VFB

4n7 RES 3199

220u 25V RES

I112

220R 1%

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

I113

2195

2149

2158 33n

3117 1R0

I
SS34 6101 10R

3114

3118

10R

RESERVED
+12VS

RES
I135

RES 4102

2126

4u7

7107-1 1 ST1S10PH

RES 5116
33R

SW

RES SW
7 I137 5115 2u0 F131 +1V2_SW

INH

VIN

RES
7107-2 ST1S10PH

RES 3116

I136

RES 3133

10

11

+5V_SW

+5V

RES 3134

VIA

+12VS

+12V

ROUND 4mm SCREW HOLE


1X06 EMC HOLE GND-SIG

ROUND 4.02mm SCREW HOLE


1X02 REF EMC HOLE 1X04 REF EMC HOLE

SLOT SCREW HOLE


1X01 REF EMC HOLE

L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1M95 C13 1M99 A13 1X01 K10 1X02 K8 1X04 K9 1X06 K6 2101 B6 2102 B6 2103 D3 2104 D4 2105 D4 2106 D5 2109 F6 2110 F6 2111 B7 2112 B10 2113 B10 2114 B11 2115 C11 2116 C11 2117 C10 2118 D10 2119 D9 2120 E11 2121 E11 2122 E12 2123 F10 2124 F10 2125 G10 2126 I4 2127 C14 2128 C14 2129 C14 2130 C14 2131 C14 2132 C15 2133 C15 2134 C15 2135 C15 2136 C14 2137 D15 2138 C15 2139 C16 2140 E15 2141 E14 2142 E14 2143 E14 2144 E14 2145 E15 2146 G15 2147 G16 2148 G17 2149 H13 2150 H13 2151 J15 2152 J16 2154 J16 2156 I7 2157 I6 2158 H5 2159 H5 2160 H6 2161 H6 2162 I3 2163 H4 2164 I3 2165 I2 2166 I2 2167 I2 2168 J2 2169 I8 2170 J8 2171 F3 2172 F11 2173 J12 2174 J12 2175 J12 2176 J15 2177 I7 2178 E12 2179 C11 2180 D16 2181 H15 2182 H15 2183 H16 2184 H15 2185 C14 2186 J15 2187 J16 2188 J16 2191 D15 2192 D15 2193 F4 2194 F5 2195 H14 2196 H16 2197 C14 2198 E15 2199 E15 3100 B7 3101 D8 3104 D6 3105 D4 3106 E2 3107 E2 3108 F2 3109 F3 3110 E4 3111 E4 3112 H4 3113 I2 3114 I3 3115 J2 3116 J2 3117 H6 3118 I6 3119 I8 3120 J8 3121 G10 3122 G11 3123 G11 3124 F11 3125 E11 3126 B14 3127 B14

3128 B14 3129 C16 3130-1 F10 3130-2 F10 3130-3 F10 3130-4 F10 3131-1 C10 3131-2 C10 3131-3 C10 3131-4 C10 3133 J14 3134 J15 3135 J15 3136 J7 3199 J15 4100 D8 4101 D7 4102 I4 4103 J4 5100 A10 5101 A10 5102 B10 5103 E10 5104 G15 5105 H13 5106 I6 5107 H4 5108 H4 5109 I3 5115 I14 5116 I12 5117 H15 6100 I2 6101 I6 6102 I3 6103 E9 7100-1 C9 7100-2 D8 7102 D5 7103 H5 7104 G16 7105 H14 7106-1 B8 7106-2 C8 7107-1 I13 7107-2 J13 F100 A10 F101 B11 F102 B14 F103 B14 F104 B14 F105 B14 F106 B14 F107 B14 F108 B14 F109 B14 F110 B14 F111 B14 F112 B14 F113 D14 F114 D14 F115 D14 F116 D14 F117 D14 F118 D14 F119 D14 F120 D14 F121 D14 F122 D14 F123 D14 F124 E12 F125 F12 F126 G16 F127 I8 F128 E10 F129 F6 F130 I2 F131 I16 F132 F5 F133 J5 F134 H2 F135 I14 F137 H16 F138 C16 F139 H16 I100 B7 I101 A11 I102 B7 I103 D9 I104 C10 I105 D9 I106 F10 I107 F10 I108 G10 I109 F11 I110 G10 I111 G15 I112 J8 I113 I6 I114 H6 I115 I6 I116 H5 I117 H4 I118 I4 I119 H4 I120 I3 I121 I3 I122 E3 I123 E5 I124 E5 I125 F6 I126 E6 I127 E6 I128 E6 I129 E6 I130 D6 I131 D5 I132 E5 I133 D4 I134 J2 I135 I12 I136 J15 I137 I14 I138 H13

10u

1u0

100p

100p

100p

100p

10n

2138 100n

22u RES 2179

2128

RES 2130

RES 2131

RES 2132

2133

2134

2127

RES 2129

2117

2197

2136

1n0

2u2

1n0

2135

2139 100n

2185

2115

2116

47u

22u

10n

RES 2180

3104

4101

3R3

3R3

STPS2L30A

6103

RES 3125

22u RES 2178

1n0

RES 2122

2120

2121

10R

47u

22u

1n0

1K0 1%

680R

1n0

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_500_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 56

SSB: TUNER & Analog Demodulator

B02
1

Tuner & Analog Demodulator


2
+3V3_SW +5V_SW

B02
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

A
3200 3201

A
10K GAIN_SW

RES

10K

2200 100n 2202

2201 100n +5VTUN_DIGITAL 47u 100n

3202 +3V3_SW 10K RF_SW RES 3203 100K

B
F200
1205 VA1G5BF8010 21 22 23

2203

3204 100K

3205 200K AFT SIF_OUT_1 CVBS0T RES 3207 1R0

3208 15R 2211

+5VS

B
FRONTEND_SCL

3206

330R

5200 5201 100n

1K0 1K0

3218 1R0 3219 1R0

TUNER_SCL

10n

2204

+2V5_SW 5202 +3V3_SW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

RES 2269 100u 16V

CVBS0T

F229

FRONTEND_SDA

TUNER_SDA

MT

7200 BC847B 1V5 I200 3210 1R0

C
TUNER

20 19 MT

RES 2268

100n

RF-SW GAIN-SW BB B1 AFT SIF_OUT VIDEO_OUT B2 B3 B4 SYRSTN SDA SCL RSEORF SBYTE SPBVAL SRDT SRCK

F201 F202 F203 F204 F205 F206 F207 F208 F209 F220
F221 F222 F223 F224 F225 F226 F227 F228

33R 2205 22u 2206 100n

RES 3209

2207 2208

47u 100n +1V2_SW

10K

C
3211 1R0 5204 +5V_SW F230 CVBS_RF 33R 100u 16V 2214 2266 100n 7201 LD1117DT25

5203 10u

3227 RES 3228

0R 0R
3224 1R0 RES 3221 1K0 3220 10K +3V3_SW DEMOD_RESET I201

I205

47u 16V

RES 3212 75R 220R RES 3214 75R 2212 3213 18p

IN

OUT COM

I207

5206 +2V5_SW 33R

F233

RES 3226

1K0

RES FOR 7203 BC847B

DEV. ONLY +3V3_SW

3222 100R 2209

F234

TUNER_SDA

3215 1R0

F231

GND_CVBS_RF 7202 LD29150DT50R

100n

2267

100n

2215

2216

D
3

RES 6201

RES 3225

15p 3223 100R 2210 15p

SIF_OUT_1

F235

1K0 19-21/G6C-AM2P1B/3T

TUNER_SCL

SIF_OUT

I202

3216 I204 1R0 RES 2213 15p

+5V5_TUN 2217 22u 2218

I208

5207 +5VTUN_DIGITAL 33R

IN

OUT COM

F236

TSO_SYNC TSO_VALID TSO_DATA0 TSO_CLK

SIF_OUT_GND

I203

3217 1R0 I206 +5V_SW 10u 2223 22u 2224 10n 5205 F232 +5VS

100n

22u 2220

2221

2219

2222

22u

1u0

10n

1
1205 C1 2200 A3 2201 A3 2202 B3 2203 B3 2204 B3 2205 C3 2206 C3 2207 C4 2208 C4 2209 D4 2210 E4

2
2211 B7 2212 D7 2213 E7 2214 D10 2215 D11 2216 D12 2217 E10 2218 E10

3
2219 E11 2220 E11 2221 E11 2222 E12 2223 E11 2224 E11 2266 D10 2267 D11

4
2268 D2 2269 C4 3200 A2 3201 A2 3202 A4 3203 B4 3204 B4 3205 B4

5
3206 B3 3207 B6 3208 B7 3209 C6 3210 C6 3211 C7 3212 C7 3213 D6

6
3214 D7 3215 D7 3216 D6 3217 E6 3218 B10 3219 B10 3220 C4 3221 D4

7
3222 D4 3223 D4 3224 D4 3225 D4 3226 D2 3227 C3 3228 C3 5200 B3

8
5201 B3 5202 C3 5203 C4 5204 C10 5205 E10 5206 C12 5207 D12 6201 D3

9
7200 C6 7201 C11 7202 D11 7203 D3 F200 B1 F201 C2 F202 C2 F203 C2

10
F204 C2 F205 C2 F206 C2 F207 C2 F208 C2 F209 C2 F220 C2 F221 C2

11
F222 D2 F223 D2 F224 D2 F225 D2 F226 D2 F227 D2 F228 D2 F229 C6

12
F230 C8 F231 D8 F232 E11 F233 D10 F234 D5 F235 D5 F236 E10 I200 C6

13
I201 D6 I202 D6 I203 E6 I204 D7 I205 C10 I206 E9 I207 C11 I208 D11

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_501_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 57

SSB: CLASS-D & Muting

B03
1 A

Class-D & Muting


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

B03
17 A

3342 10R

F338 2300 100n

24V

VDDA

C
+24VAUDIO F307

5300 30R

GNDSND F337

C
24V VDD

2344 220u 35V

GNDSND

TO SUBWOOFER OUT
+12VS

D
VDDA VDD 3308 100n 100n 1K0

5301 22u

RES
2301 220n I336 2302 220n I339 3345 22R GNDSND

F340 F341

1D38 1 2 3 2041145-3

3317 10R

I334

RES

2303

RES

1n0

F300 1 6

I302

3304 1K0

I306 RES 2335 7301 BC847BW 3 10n F302 2323 2324

2315 1n0 2314 470n

7300-1 BC857BS(COL) 2 F301 I303 3305 1K8 4 I301 5 7300-2 BC857BS(COL) 3 I304 470u 16V

AOUTL 4300 1

29 20

3310 10K

I323

2334 3315 1u0

F305 RES 2325 220p I324 I325 3314 12K

7311 TDA8932BTW 2 -2V8 3 -2V8 15 RES 2326 -2V8 220p 14 -2V8 I326 12 -7V6 I327 10

GNDSND

GNDSND

I335 2316 1n0

1n0

+12VS

2304

12K

E
3302 4K7

3303 4K7

VDDA IN1P IN1N IN2P IN2N INREF OSCREF OSCIO HVPREF DREF ENGAGE

2345

2 F303 6302 BAT54C I307 3309

3311 3312

10K

I322

2333 2332

1u0 1u0

VDDP CLASS D POWER AMPLIFIER

OUT1 OUT2 DIAG HVP1 HVP2 BOOT1 BOOT2 STAB1 STAB2

27 22 4 2V6 30 19 28 8V9 21 3V9 25 24 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 I331

I330

GNDSND 2346 220u 25V 2347 220u 25V

F308

AUDIO_GND
AOUTR F304 RES 2336 AOUTL 1 10n 3313 10K I320 2331

100n 39K 100n

I308

BAS316

47K

2 7302 BC857BW

3316 RES 2329 GNDSND 2328 GNDSND

RES

47K

4n7

+3V3STBY

2337

3324

MUTE 7304 BSS84 3325 I310 7305 2SD2653K STANDBYn

100n

GND_HS

1K0

31 NC 11 -8V2 I328 18 4V7 5 3V2 F309 6 -2V6 F310 13 2327 470n GNDSND

3323

10K

I333

2320 I332 2321 2322

15n 15n 100n GNDSND I345 5302 22u 3318 10R

2313 470n 2312 220n

I340

2311 220n

I341

3344 22R GNDSND

RES RES RES RES

2305 2306 2307 2308

I305

6301

1u0 2330

F306

1n0 GNDSND

1n0 1n0 1n0 1n0

10K

I321

EMC 2319

GNDSND

GNDSND

SPEAKER_LEFT+ SPEAKER_LEFTSPEAKER_RIGHT+ SPEAKER_RIGHT-

5303 220R

1735 F316 F317 F318 F319 1 2 3 4 LEFT + LEFTRIGHT+ RIGHT -

5304 220R

2041145-4 TO SPEAKERS

F
DC-DETECTION

I344 2317 1n0 3319 I343 2318 1n0 GNDSND 3321 100K 100K 7312 BC857BW 4u7 4u7

POWERUP TEST CGND VSSA VSSP


9 7 26 23

VIA

I342 100K

F320

47u 25V

100n

2348

2343

VSSD|HW
1 16 17 32

SW_MUTE

AOUTR 10K

F321

F342

1 2339 100n
3338

33

DC_PROT 3320 2309 2310 7313 BC857BW 7314 BC847BW 100K 3322

2338

RES

3326

47K

4n7

GNDSND GNDSND GNDSND

GNDSND

GNDSND

GNDSND

I346

GNDSND GNDSND

GNDSND

3327 1K0 RES

I311 7306 2SD2653K F315 GNDSND

GNDSND

RES
3337

H
RES

47K 1

2 7307 BC857BW

RES

F311

HP_ROUT

3329 1K0

I312 7308 2SD2653K

47K

4n7

I
RES
2342 3330 47K 4n7

F312

HP_LOUT

+3V3STBY I314 7309 2SD2653K

3331 3334 4K7 1K0 7315 BC857BW 0V I315

POWER_DOWN

2340 1u0

I317

3335 4K7

I316 3V3

HP MUTING CIRCUIT

F313 6304 BAT54C I318 3332 10K 3333 22K I319

MUTE

7310 BC847BW

MUTEn

F314

1735 E17 1D38 D17 2300 C13 2301 D14 2302 D14 2303 D16 2304 D16 2305 F16 2306 F16 2307 F16 2308 F16 2309 G15 2310 G16 2311 F14 2312 F14 2313 F13 2314 E13 2315 E13 2316 E13 2317 F13 2318 G13 2319 E12 2320 F12 2321 F12 2322 F12 2323 E11 2324 E11 2325 E10 2326 E10 2327 G9 2328 F9 2329 F9 2330 F9 2331 F9 2332 E9 2333 E9 2334 E9 2335 E8 2336 F8 2337 F6 2338 G6

2339 G4 2340 J3 2341 H6 2342 I6 2343 G8 2344 C13 2345 E3 2346 E14 2347 E14 2348 G8 3302 E2 3303 E2 3304 E3 3305 E3 3308 D5 3309 F5 3310 E8 3311 E8 3312 E8 3313 F8 3314 E9 3315 E9 3316 F9 3317 D13 3318 F13 3319 G15 3320 G15 3321 G15 3322 G16 3323 F5 3324 F6 3325 F6 3326 G6 3327 G6 3328 H6 3329 I6 3330 I6 3331 J6 3332 K5 3333 K5 3334 J4

3335 J4 3336 H5 3337 H5 3338 G5 3342 C13 3344 F14 3345 D15 4300 E5 5300 C13 5301 D13 5302 F13 5303 E16 5304 E16 6301 F3 6302 E5 6304 K4 7300-1 E2 7300-2 E3 7301 E5 7302 F6 7304 F5 7305 F7 7306 G7 7307 H5 7308 I7 7309 J7 7310 K6 7311 E10 7312 F16 7313 G16 7314 G17 7315 J4 F300 E2 F301 E4 F302 E8 F303 E8 F304 F8 F305 E9 F306 E9 F307 C12 F308 E11

F309 F10 F310 G10 F311 H6 F312 I6 F313 J7 F314 K3 F315 H14 F316 E16 F317 E16 F318 E16 F319 E16 F320 G16 F321 G11 F337 C13 F338 C13 F340 D16 F341 D16 F342 G4 I301 E2 I302 D3 I303 E3 I304 E3 I305 F3 I306 D4 I307 F5 I308 F5 I310 F6 I311 G6 I312 I6 I313 H4 I314 J6 I315 J5 I316 J4 I317 J3 I318 K5 I319 J5 I320 E8 I321 E8 I322 E8 I323 E8 I324 E9

I325 E9 I326 F10 I327 F10 I328 F10 I330 E12 I331 F11 I332 F11 I333 F11 I334 D13 I335 E13 I336 D14 I339 D14 I340 F14 I341 F14 I342 G15 I343 G13 I344 F13 I345 F12 I346 G15

GNDSND

I313

AUDIO_GND

3336

10K

RES

2341

3328

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17
1 2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_502_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 58

SSB: MTK Power

B04A
1

MTK Power
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2400 B1 2401 B1 2402 B2 2403 B2 2404 B2 2405 B2 2406 A3 2407 A3 2408 A3 2409 A3 2410 A3 2411 A3 2412 A3 2413 A4 2414 A4 2415 A4 2416 A4 2417 A4 2418 A4 2419 A4 2420 A4 2421 A4 2422 A4 2423 A5 2424 A5 2425 A5 2426 A5 2427 A5 2428 A5 2429 A5 2430 A5 2431 A5 2432 A5 2433 A5 2434 B8 2435 B8 2436 B8 2437 B8 2438 B8 2439 B8 2440 B9 2441 B9 2442 C8 2443 C8 2444 C8 2445 C8 2446 B4 2447 B4 2448 B4 2449 B4 2450 B4 2451 B4 2452 B3 2453 B3 2454 B3 2455 B3 2456 B3 2457 B3 2458 B2 2459 B2 2460 B2 2461 B2 2462 C1 2463 C2 2464 C2 2465 C2 2466 C2 2467 C2 2468 C8 2469 C8 2470 D9 2471 D9 2472 D8 2473 D8 2474 D8 2475 D8 2476 D8 2477 D8 2478 D8 2479 D2 2480 D2 2481 D2 2482 D2 2483 D2 2484 D2 2485 D1 2486 D1 2487 D2 2488 D2 2489 D2 2490 D2 2491 E2 2492 E2 2493 E2 2494 E2 2495 E2 2496 E2 2497 F2 2498 F2 2499 F1 24DA F2 24DB F2 24DC G2 24DD G2 24DE F9 24DF H6 24DG A3 24DH F9 3400 D5 3401 E6 3402 E6 3403 E6 3404 E6 3405 E6 3406 E6 3407 E6 3408 F7 3409 F7 3410 F7 3411 F7 3412 F7 3413 F7 3414 F7 3415 F7 3416 E9 3417 E9 3418 E9 3419 E9 3420 G6 3421 G6 3422 G6 3423 G5 3424 H5 3425 H6 3426 H6 3427 F9 3428 F9 3429 F9 3430 F9 4401 G7 4402 G7 4403 G7 5400 B5 5401 B1 5402 D2 5403 D2 5404 E2 5405 E2 5406 E2 5407 F2 5408 F2 5409 G2 5410 D9 6400 H7 6401 H4 7400-12 B6 7400-13 B11 7400-14 C4 7400-4 E8 7401 E5 7402-1 H5 7402-2 H6 F400 C2 F401 A3 F402 B4 F403 D9 F404 H6 F405 G5 F406 F5 F407 F9 F408 F9 I400 D2 I401 D2 I402 E2 I403 E2 I404 F2 I405 F2 I406 F3 I407 H5 I408 H6 I409 F7 I410 F7 I411 F7 I412 F7 I413 E2

B04A

+1V0_SW
F401 SENSE+1V0_MTK5392 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n

100u 6.3V

4u7

A
24DG 2404 100n 2400 100n 2401 100n 2402 1u0 2403 1u0 100n

A
+1V8_SW

2413 2414 2415

2419 2420 2421

2425 2426 2427

2407 2408 2409

2422 2423 2424

2410 2411 2412

2416 2417 2418

2405

2428 2429 2430

2431 2432 2433

2406

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

4u7

7400-12 MT5392RHMJ F402 5400 +1V2_SW 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 30R A1 A2 B1 B2 C2 C3 D3 D4 D5 E4 E5 E6 F5 F6 G6 L11 L12 L15 M19 P19 P10 R11 M11 R18 V18 Y11 K13 AA12 AB15 AA10 AA14 AB13 DIGITAL POWER C1 D2 E3 V4 F4 G5 H6 L2 L3 M4 N6 P6 T2 U4 U3 U5 AB6 AB5 AC4 AD2 AD3 AE6 AF5 AG4 AB3 E8 G8 G25 H25 F9 AJ3 AH4 AG5 AF6 F26

2434

2435

2436

2438

2437

2439

2440

2441

7400-13 MT5392RHMJ DIGITAL GROUND E1 T18 F11 G3 H2 H3 J4 J6 K5 R4 R5 R6 W18 N18 D27 E26 W11 AA15 AB14 K12 L18 AA3 AA5 AB17 AD6 AE5 AF4 AG2 AG3 L13 L14 L16 M12 M13 M14 M15 M16 M17 M18 N12 N13 N14 N15 N16 N17 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 R10 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 T11 L19 L17 N19 R19 T19 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16 T17 U10 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16 U17 U18 V10 V12 V13 V14 V15 V16 V17 W12 W13 W14 W15 W16 W17 Y10 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y15 Y16 Y17 Y18 AA4 AA11 AA13 AA16 AA17 AA18 AB16 U21 U22 U23 U24 V20 V21 V22 V23 V24 W20 W21 W22 W23 W24 Y6 Y20 Y21 Y22 Y23 Y24 T21 T23 T24 M10

2461 100n

+3V3_SW

100n

100n

100n

2446

2456

2455

2460

2450

2457

2458

2459

2453

2452

2454

2448

2449

5401

30R

2451

2447

4u7

2445 100n

F400 7400-14 MT5392RHMJ POWER & GROUND N11 W10 AB12 E17 E22 T10 AB20 AF18 AG18 AG19 AH24 AB10 AJ25 E19 T25 N26 P26 Y26 AD27 AC28 AC29 AC30 U25 AH9 E18 E15 E24 E21 R26 AG16 AG27 AJ27 AA28 AA27 AH6 AH7 AG23 AG21 W28 L26 K26 AG20 24DA 100n 24DB 1u0 N10 V11 E16 E23 U11 AB18 AF17 AG17 AF19 AG24 AB11 AH25 E20 R25 N25 P25 Y27 AD26 AC27 AC26 AB28 V26 AH8 K14 K15 K16 K17 K18 T26 AF16 AG26 AH26 Y29 Y28 AG8 AG7 AF23 AG22 Y30 L25 K25 AF20 POWER_DOWN +3V3STBY

2444 100n

100n 2443

VCC2IO VCCK

100n

100n

100n

2462

100n

100n

4u7

2442

100n

2464

2466

2463

2467

2465

2470

2476

2474

2475

2478

2477

2472

2473

30R 2489 2490 4u7 100n I401 5403 30R 2491 2492 1u0 100n I402 5404 30R +3V3STBY

2471

2487 2488

4u7 100n

5402

VCC3IO

4u7

I400

5405 30R I403 +3V3STBY

10K

RES FOR ITV

10K 10K

10K

2493 2494

1u0 100n

4K7 4K7

I413

2495 2496

1u0 100n I404

5406 30R +3V3STBY

2497 2498

1u0 100n

5407 30R +3V3STBY

+8V_SW

DLL1 DLL1 AVSS12 DLL2 DLL2 AVDD12 HDMI LVDSA LVDSA LVDSB LVDSB MEMPLL MEMPLL PLLG PLLG RGBADC_1 RGBADC_1 RGBADC_2 RGBADC_2 RGBFE RGBFE SYSPLL SYSPLL USB USB VGAPLL VGAPLL VOPLL VOPLL AADC AVSS33 AADC ADAC1 AVDD33 ADAC1 ADAC2 ADAC2 APLL CVBS1 APLL CVBS2 CVBS1 CVBS3 CVBS2 DEMOD1 CVBS3 DIG DEMOD1 HDMI DIG LVDS_1 HDMI LVDS_2 LVDSA LVDS_3 LVDSB LVDS_4 LVDSC LVDS_5 LVDSD REF_AADC REF_AADC REG REG SRV SRV STB STB SYSPLL1 SYSPLL1 SYSPLL2 SYSPLL2 USB_1 USB_1 USB_2 USB_2 VDAC VDAC VDAC_BG VDAC_BG XTAL XTAL ADAC1 AVDD80 ADAC2 DVDD12_VGA ADAC1 AVSS80 ADAC2 DVSS12_VGA

100n

100n

2468

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

100n

2469

+3V3_SW

5410 F403 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n

2482

2481

2484

2486

2485

2483

2480

2479

30R

100n

DVSS

DVSS

3400

10K

+3V3STBY

+3V3_SW

+5V_SW

+3V3_SW

10K

STANDBY

+3V3STBY

3402

+5V_SW

7401 BC847BW

3401

3417

3418

RES 3416

RES 3419

4K7

4K7

3403 3404

3405 RES 3406

3407

7400-4 MT5392RHMJ 3408 100R AH14 AJ12 AF11 AG12 AG11 AF13 AF12 AG13 AH12 AH13 AH11 AG10 AH10

1K0

F408 CLK DATA IF_AGC CLK VALID TS0 SYNC DATA


L29 L28 K28 B30 A30 C30 C29

F407
FRONTEND_SCL FRONTEND_SDA

STANDBYn HDMI_CEC LED-1 MUTEn SW_MUTE POWER_DOWN SDA-DISP SCL-DISP LED-2 ARX-5V BRX-5V CRX-5V

F406 I409
3409 3410 3411 3412 RES FOR ITV 3413 3414 3415 4401 4402 4403 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R I410 I411

F
2499 4u7

5408 30R

I405 I406

100n RES 24DH

24DE

I412

OPWRSB 0 1 2 3 4 OPCTRL 5 6 7 8 0 1 OPWR_5V 2

PM_DEMOD

TUNER

1K0

3427 3428 3429 3430

47R 47R 47R 47R

TSO_CLK TSO_VALID TSO_SYNC TSO_DATA0

5409 30R

10K 10K

100n

RES

24DC

100n 24DD

3422

+3V3STBY F405 3423 6 1K0 I407 2 1 7402-1 BC847BS 4 24DF 220n 3426 1K0 3424 15K 3 7402-2 BC847BS 5 I408 3425 1K0 F404 6400 +12VS BZX384-C8V2 3420 RES 3421

BZX384-C3V3

6401

4K7

1u0

10

11

12

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_503_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 59

SSB: GDDR3

B04B
1

GDDR3
2 3
RA(0) RA(1) RA(2) RA(3) RA(4) RA(5) RA(6) RA(7) RA(8) RA(9) RA(10) RA(11) RA(12) P2 P5 P1 T4 V3 V1 U2 T3 V2 T1 N3 R2 R3 K1 L1 K2 K3 M6 M5 L4 L5 AA1 Y2 AA2 Y3 W4 W5 Y4 Y5 AD5 AA6 AE4 AD4 AD1 AE2 AE1 AE3 H5 J5 G4 H4 F2 E2 F3 D1

B04B
4
7400-5 MT5392RHMJ

10

11

12

13

14

15

DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 DQ16 DQ17 DQ18 DQ19 DQ20 DQ21 DQ22 DQ23 DQ24 DQ25 DQ26 DQ27 DQ28 DQ29 DQ30 DQ31

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

DRAM_IF

RCLK0 RCLK1 RCKE RCS RCS1 RRAS RCAS RCAS1 RWE 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3

RA

M2 M3 AF2 AF3 N1 W2 T5 N2 P4 N5 U1 K4 AB4 AC5 H1 P3 W1 W3 J3 AB1 AC3 G1 J2 AB2 AC2 G2 V5 N4 AG1

RCLK0p RCLK0n RCLK1p RCLK1n RCKE RCS

RCS1
RRAS RCAS

CAS1
100n 2512 100n 2514 100n 2517 100n 2518 100n 2515 100n 2504 100n 2505 100n 2506 2502 100n 2503 100n 2507 100n 2513 100n 2516 100n 2519 100n 2508 100n 2509 100n 2510 RWE RDQM0 RDQM1 RDQM2 RDQM3 RBA0 RBA1 RBA2 RDQS0 RDQS1 RDQS2 RDQS3 WDQS0 WDQS1 WDQS2 WDQS3 F500 +1V8_SW 100u 6.3V 2520 100n 2511 100n

RDQM

RBA

100n 2527

100n 2532

100n 2523

100n 2525

100n 2521

100n 2522

100n 2524

100n 2534

100n 2531

100n 2529

100n 2535

100n 2536

100n 2538

100n 2526

100n 2537

2528

100n

RDQS

RDQ WDQS

2551

100n 2530

100n 2533

100n

D_RVREF0
2K4 1% 2500 RRESET 3504

3506 1K0 1% RES 3505

I500

5500 30R +1V8_SW 2539 100n 2542 100n 2544 100n 2546 100n 2541 100n 2540 100n 2545 100n 2543 100n

150R 1%

3502

3503

2K2

2501

100n

100n

47K

RVREF RRESET REXTDN

+1V8_SW

+1V8_SW

+1V8_SW 7501-1 H5RS1H23MFR-11C MAIN J11 J10 H4

5501 30R 2547

3509 1K0 1% 2K4 1% 100n 3511 100n 2548

D_RVREF1

3500

3501 62R 1%

7500-1 H5RS1H23MFR-11C

62R 1%

MAIN
J11 J10 H4 F9 H3 F4 H9 E3 E10 N10 N3 D2 D11 P11 P2 G4 G9 H10 K4 H2 K3 M4 K9 H11 K10 L9 K11 M9 K2 L4 J2 J3 CK CKE CS0 RAS CAS WE 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 DQ 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 B2 B3 C2 C3 E2 F3 F2 G3 B11 B10 C11 C10 E11 F10 F11 G10 M11 L10 N11 M10 R11 R10 T11 T10 M2 L3 N2 M3 R2 R3 T2 T3 D3 D10 P10 P3 A4 3514 280R 1% RESET MF SEN
RRESET

3507 62R 1%

3508 62R 1%

RCLK0p RCLK0n RWE CAS1 RBA2 RCS1 RCKE RDQM1 RDQM0 RDQM3 RDQM2 WDQS1 WDQS0 WDQS3 WDQS2 RBA1 RBA0 RRAS
RA(4) RA(5) RA(6) RA(9) RA(0) RA(1) RA(2) RA(11) RA(10) RA(3) RA(8) RA(7) RA(12)

DM

WDQS

BA

0 1 2 3 4 5 A 6 7 8 0 9 10 1 RDQS 2 11 3 A12|RAR|RFU AP ZQ RAR|CS1_|A12

DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ24 DQ25 DQ26 DQ27 DQ28 DQ29 DQ30 DQ31 DQ16 DQ17 DQ18 DQ19 DQ20 DQ21 DQ22 DQ23 RDQS1 RDQS0 RDQS3 RDQS2

RCLK1p RCLK1n RCKE RCS RRAS RCAS RWE RDQM0 RDQM1 RDQM2 RDQM3 WDQS0 WDQS1 WDQS2 WDQS3 RBA0 RBA1 RBA2 RA(0) RA(1) RA(2) RA(3) RA(4) RA(5) RA(6) RA(7) RA(8) RA(9) RA(10) RA(11) RA(12)

CK CKE CS0 RAS CAS WE 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2

F9
H3 F4 H9 E3 E10 N10 N3 D2 D11 P11 P2 G4 G9 H10 K4 H2 K3 M4 K9 H11 K10 L9 K11 M9 K2 L4

DM

WDQS

BA

J2 J3
V9 A9 V4

0 1 2 3 4 5 A 6 7 8 0 9 10 1 RDQS 2 11 3 A12|RAR|RFU AP ZQ RAR|CS1_|A12 RESET MF SEN

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 DQ 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

B2 B3 C2 C3 E2 F3 F2 G3 B11 B10 C11 C10 E11 F10 F11 G10 M11 L10 N11 M10 R11 R10 T11 T10 M2 L3 N2 M3 R2 R3 T2 T3 D3 D10 P10 P3 A4

DQ0
DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 DQ16 DQ17 DQ18 DQ19 DQ20 DQ21 DQ22 DQ23 DQ24 DQ25 DQ26 DQ27 DQ28 DQ29 DQ30 DQ31 RDQS0 RDQS1 RDQS2 RDQS3 3513 +1V8_SW

5502 30R 2549 100n

3510 1K0 1% 2K4 1% 2550 100n 3512

E
D_RVREF2 7501-2 H5RS1H23MFR-11C POWER H1 H12 +1V8_SW A2 A11 F1 F12 K1 K12 M1 M12 V2 V11 A1 A12 C1 C4 C9 C12 E1 E4 E9 E12 J4 J9 N1 N4 N9 N12 R1 R4 R9 R12 V1 V12 7500-2 H5RS1H23MFR-11C POWER A3 A10 G1 G12 J1 J12 L1 L12 V3 V10 B1 B4 B9 B12 D1 D4 D9 D12 G2 G11 L2 L11 P1 P4 P9 P12 T1 T4 T9 T12 H1 H12 +1V8_SW A2 A11 F1 F12 K1 K12 M1 M12 V2 V11 A1 A12 C1 C4 C9 C12 E1 E4 E9 E12 J4 J9 N1 N4 N9 N12 R1 R4 R9 R12 V1 V12

VREF

VREF

VSS

VSS

VDD

VDD

A3 A10 G1 G12 J1 J12 L1 L12 V3 V10 B1 B4 B9 B12 D1 D4 D9 D12 G2 G11 L2 L11 P1 P4 P9 P12 T1 T4 T9 T12

VSSQ

VSSQ

VDDQ

VDDQ

RRESET

+1V8_SW

V9 A9 V4

280R 1%

1
2500 C5 2501 C6 2502 B11 2503 B11 2504 B12 2505 B12

2
2506 B12 2507 B12 2508 B12 2509 B13 2510 B13 2511 B13

3
2512 B13 2513 B14 2514 B14

4
2515 B14 2516 B14 2517 B14 2518 B15 2519 B15 2520 B10

5
2521 B11 2522 B11 2523 B11 2524 B11 2525 B12 2526 B12

6
2527 B12 2528 B12 2529 B13 2530 B13 2531 B13 2532 B13

7
2533 B13 2534 B14 2535 B14

8
2536 B14 2537 B14 2538 B15 2539 C12 2540 C13 2541 C13

9
2542 C13 2543 C13 2544 C13 2545 C14 2546 C14 2547 E10

10
2548 E10 2549 E10 2550 E10

11
2551 C10 3500 E3 3501 E3 3502 D5 3503 D5 3504 C5

12
3505 C6 3506 C6 3507 E7 3508 E7 3509 E10 3510 E10

13
3511 E11 3512 E11 3513 H9

14
3514 H5 5500 C6 5501 E10 5502 E10 7400-5 A4 7500-1 E4

15
7500-2 E14 7501-1 E8 7501-2 E12 F500 B10 I500 C6

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


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2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 60

SSB: Flash, EJTAG & Display Interface

B04C
1 A

Flash, EJTAG & Display Interface


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1600 H8 1601 I4 1603 H6 1604 I4 1605 I8 2607 B7 2608 B7 2609 D8 2610 E6 2611 E7 2612 F9 2613 G7 2614 G5 2615 H15 2616 H16 2617 H16 2618 D15 2619 D15 2620 L6 2621 K3 3600 B3 3601 B3 3603 B3 3604 B3 3605 B3 3606 A7 3607 A7 3608 B7 3609 C5 3610 C6 3616 D5 3617 D5 3618 D5 3619 D6 3620 D6 3621 D6 3622 D6 3623 D7 3624 D8 3625 E6 3626 E6 3627 E5 3628 E5 3629 E4 3632 F2 3633 G2 3634 G2 3635 G2 3636 H3 3637 H3 3638 H3 3639 I3 3640 G4 3641 G4 3642 G5 3643 G5 3644 F5 3645 H5 3646 G6 3647 H6 3648 G7 3649 G7 3650 F7 3651 F7 3652 F7 3653 G7 3654 F8 3655 F9 3656 I8 3657 I9 3658 I9 3659 G9 3660 G10 3661 E11 3662 E11 3663 E11 3664 H11 3665 I7 3666 I7 3667 I6 3668 J6 3669 H14 3670 H14 3671 H16 3672 H15 3673 F15 3674 G14 3675 G14 3676 E15 3677 E15 3678 E15 3679 D11 3680-1 G10 3680-2 G10 3680-3 G10 3680-4 G10 3682 K6 3684 L7 3685 L6 3686 J10 3687 L7 3688 J4 3689 J4 3690 J3 3691 K2 3692 K2 3693 K3 4620 H12 4621 F5 4623 J5 4624 J5 4625 J6 4626 J6 4627 J6 4628 J6 4629 J7 4630 J7 4631 K7 4632 J11 5603 D8 5604 D14 5605 K7 5606 K7 5607 K7 6600 I3 6601 I4 6602 H15 6603 H16 6604 H6 6605 K6 7400-1 H13 7400-2 D12 7400-3 F4 7400-6 A14 7400-8 B4 7600 E6 7601 F8 7602 G6 7603 D16 7604 H16 7605 D7 7606 L8 7607 K7 7608-1 K4 7608-2 K3 7609 J5 F600 B4 F601 B6 F602 B6 F603 C5 F612 D7 F613 D6 F614 E7 F615 E6 F616 E6 F617 E6 F618 F5 F619 F5 F620 F5 F621 F3 F622 G3 F623 G2 F624 H5 F625 H4 F626 I4 F627 I5 F628 I7 F629 J7 F630 H15 F631 L9 F632 B2 F633 B2 F635 F5 F636 K8 F638 G7 F639 G7 I600 B4 I601 B4 I602 B4 I603 C4 I604 C4 I605 C4 I606 C4 I607 B8 I613 E6 I614 F3 I615 H5 I616 G6 I617 G7 I620 F8 I621 F8 I622 E11 I623 E11 I624 E13 I625 F14 I626 F14 I627 F15 I628 D16 I629 H16 I630 I14 I631 J7 I632 K6 I633 L6 I634 L6 I635 L8 I636 K7 I637 J4 I638 K4 I639 K3 I640 K2

B04C
+3V3_SW +3V3_SW

A
3606 3607 4K7 4K7 7400-6 MT5392RHMJ PX3A+ PX3APX3B+ PX3BPX3C+ PX3CPX3D+ PX3DPX3E+ PX3EPX3CLK+ PX3CLKPX1A+ PX1APX1B+ PX1BPX1C+ PX1CPX1D+ PX1DPX1E+ PX1EPX1CLK+ PX1CLKC14 D14 C15 D15 C16 D16 C18 D18 C19 D19 C17 D17 A14 B14 A15 B15 A16 B16 A18 B18 A19 B19 A17 B17 A20 B20 +3V3_SW +3V3_SW

2607

DC_PROT USB_PWE USB_OC DDC_RESET DEMOD_RESET HDMI_RESET

F632
3604 3605 100R 100R

F633

RF_SW GAIN_SW

AH5 AG6 AF7 AH2 G29 F600 AH1 E29 I602 F29 I603 F30 I604 F28 I605 G28 D29 E27 I606 AH3 I600 I601

GPIO

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 GPIO 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 GPIO 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

AK2 AJ1 AJ2 G30 H28 A28 B28 A29 B29 D30 D28 E28 H29

RES

2608

7400-8 MT5392RHMJ

EDID_WC F601 F602 HP_DETECT SYS_EEPROM_WE

3608 1K0

RES
HP_DET I607 LCD-PWR-ONn_A

F603
3609 100R LAMP-ON-A

BYPASS

0P 0N 1P 1N 2P 2N AO 3P 3N 4P 4N CKP CKN 0P 0N 1P 1N 2P 2N AE 3P 3N 4P 4N CKP CKN TP_VPLL TN_VPLL

LVDS

3610

4K7

0P 0N 1P 1N 2P 2N BO 3P 3N 4P 4N CKP CKN 0P 0N 1P 1N 2P 2N BE 3P 3N 4P 4N CKP CKN

C20 D20 C21 D21 C22 D22 C24 D24 C25 D25 C23 D23 A21 B21 A22 B22 A23 B23 A25 B25 A26 B26 A24 B24

PX4A+ PX4APX4B+ PX4BPX4C+ PX4CPX4D+ PX4DPX4E+ PX4EPX4CLK+ PX4CLKPX2A+ PX2APX2B+ PX2BPX2C+ PX2CPX2D+ PX2DPX2E+ PX2EPX2CLK+ PX2CLK-

100n

PANEL

SDM

3600

3601

3603

10K

10K

10K

100n

+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW +3V3_SW 4K7 4K7 10K 10K 10K 10K

5604 +3V3_SW +3V3_SW 220R 100n +3V3_SW 5603 30R F612 3622 10K 2609 +3V3_SW 2618 100n 2619 100n

I628

D
12 37 7603 NAND01GW3B2CN 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 33 34 35 38 39 40 45 46 47 48

3624 330R 4K7 10K 4K7 7400-2 MT5392RHMJ 3679 +3V3_SW 4K7 4K7 4K7 4K7 1 2 3 I622 I623 A5 C7 B7 D8 B5 B6 A8 B8 C9 C8 A7 F10 A4 B4 D13 F13 D11 E11 F12 E12 E13 D10 C4 C6 B3 FLASH_IF

3616 3617 3618 3619

3620 3621

F613 F615

3623 7605 M24C64-RDW F614 7 6 5 8

RC

3676

WC SCL

(8Kx8) EEPROM

3677

3678

33R 7600 BC847BW I613

F616 RES 3627 1R0 3629 3625 RC1 F617 3626 22R 22R

2610

2611

1R0

RES
3628 1R0 7400-3 MT5392RHMJ RES 3654 +3V3_SW 1K0 RC2 +3V3_SW

10p

10p

RES FRONT CONTROL

RES 3661 3662 3663

ADR SDA
4

0 1 2

PBS_SPI_CLK PBS_SPI_DI

F8 I614 D7 F7 E9 F621 D6 E7 3632 3633 100R 100R F622 F623 3634 AJ13 AK13 H26 G26 H27 G27

3650

3651

2612

RES

3 U0RX U0TX U2RX U2TX U2CTS U2RTS

3644 4621

22R

10K

3674 3675

UART_RX UART_TX

13

1R0

OIRI

AK11

4K7 4K7 47p

+3V3_SW RES 3643 RES 3642 2614

PWM DIMMING
+3V3_SW RES 3648

+3V3_SW

680R

G
+3V3_SW

36

OPWM

0 1 2

AJ11 K27 C5

4K7

DRX-5V
1R0 1R0 BOOST_CONTROL BACKLIGHT_CONTROL F638 F639

RES 3673

RES
3653

I627

4K7

4K7 4K7

4K7

1u0

CLK CMD 0 SDIO 1 D 2

SPIO_UART_IIC

OSDA0 OSCL0 OSDA1 OSCL1 OSDA2 OSCL2

J30 J29 K30 K29 AJ10 AK10

F635
F618 F619 F620

SDA-MAIN SCL-MAIN AMBI_SDA AMBI_SCL DDC-SDA DDC-SCL

I621 3 RES 3652 I620 1 RES 7601 BC847BW 2

RES
3655 1K0 BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 ONDA 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 8 9 10 11 ONDD 12 13 14 15 ONDOE 0 ONDCE 1

POCE

0 1 POOE 0 PDD 1 POWE PALE PCLE PARB 2 3 4 PDD 5 6 7

I624 E10 B10 NAND_POCE B9 NAND_POOE B11 NAND_PDD(0) A13 NAND_PDD(1)


E14 C12 B13 A3 C10 A11 C13 A10 C11 B12 NAND_POWE NAND_PALE NAND_PCLE NAND_PARB NAND_PDD(2) NAND_PDD(3) NAND_PDD(4) NAND_PDD(5) NAND_PDD(6) NAND_PDD(7)

1G 29 30 31 32 41 42 43 44

VCC

[FLASH]

NAND_PDD(0) NAND_PDD(1) NAND_PDD(2) NAND_PDD(3) NAND_PDD(4) NAND_PDD(5) NAND_PDD(6) NAND_PDD(7)

0 1 2 3 IO 4 5 6 7

NC

NAND_PCLE NAND_PALE NAND_POCE NAND_POOE NAND_POWE NAND_PARB

I625

I626

16 17 9 8 18 19 7

CLE ALE CE RE WE WP R B

3640 3641

VSS

3646

4K7

7602 BC847BW I616 2613 BAS316

1R0 3659 I617 2u2 3649 4K7

10K 10K 10K 10K 10K

4K7 3635

G
+3V3STBY 3680-4 3680-3 3680-2 3680-1 3660

RES
1600 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 3658 3656 3657 10K 10K 10K

1K0

FOR DEBUGGING ONLY

BAS316

RES 3647

1K0 6604

3672

1K0 6602

2616

2617

4u7

PWM-DIMMING +3V3STBY

MISC_JTAG JTMS JTDI JTDO JTCK JTRST C27 C26 A27 B27 D26 AK27 AF27 AE27 K6 L6 AB7 AC6 AF9 AG9 ORESET 3669 3670 F630 4

100R

VDD

F624

3645

I615

7400-1 MT5392RHMJ JTRST JTDI JTMS JTCK 3664 33R JTDO

7604 BD45292G

4620

3636 4K7 UART_TX UART_RX

3637 4K7 3638 3639 33R 33R F625 F626 2 3 1 1603 12

2615 100n

GND SUB
3 2

MSJ-035-29D PPO

+3V3_SW

BM11B-SRSS-TBT

BZX384-C6V8

BZX384-C6V8

3665

3666

4K7

6600

6601

1601

F627

1604

UART (SERVICE)

4K7

AF14 AG14 AJ26 AK26 AF8

I630

BAS316

RES

100K

JTMS JTDI JTDO JTCK JTRST

ORESET TN_0 TP_0 TN_1 TP_1 TN_2 TP_2 TN_HDMI TP_HDMI TN_VGA TP_VGA TN_PLLG TP_PLLG EVSS

3671

6603

4K7 4K7

VOUT

ER

1 I629

4u7

FOR DEBUGGING ONLY


F628 1605 1 2 3 4 6

RES

SDA-MAIN SCL-MAIN

3667 3668

100R 100R I631

F629

BYPASS
5 +3V3_SW

4632 3686 4K7

CTRL-DISP

+5V_SW

+12VDISP

BM04B-PASS-TFT

J
+3V3STBY

+3V3_SW RES 4623 RES 4624 RES 4625

+3V3 +3V3-STANDBY

TRAP0 Normal mode ICE mode CPU model mode SCAN mode OLT Mode

ONDA[ 2 ] 0 0 0 1 1

ONDA[ 1 ] 0 0 1 0 0

ONDA[ 0 ] 0 1 0 0 1 OPWM2 (0) TRAP3 0 Serial Boot 0 OneNAND Boot NAND Boot 1 1 Large NAND Boot (1G bit) OPWM1 (0) 0 1 0 1

3688 10K 2 3690 15K I637 3689 10K 6 3


LCD-PWR-ONn_A

+3V3STBY 4626 4627 4628

1 I638 3

7609 BC857BW

4629 RES 4630 RES 4631 RES 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 I636

TRAP1 PDWNC Normal PDWNC SCAN


5605 30R 5606 30R 5607 30R 7607 SI4835DDY +VDISP-INT

OPCTRL8(0) 0 1 PALE(0) 0 0 1 1 PCLE(0) 0 1 0 1

F636

I639

2 1

3691 1K0

I640

7608-1 BC847BS

I632

7608-2 BC847BS 4 RES 3693 10K

TRAP2 XTAL 27MHZ XTAL 60MHZ XTAL 48MHZ XTAL 54MHZ

TRAP4 NORMAL FT MODE TEST MODE OLT TEST MODE

TP0 0 0 1 1

TN0 0 1 0 1

3692

1K0 2621

220n

3682 47K 6605 BZX384-C6V8 3685 47R I633 2620 1u0

I634

3684 47K

RES

I635

RES
7606 PDTC114ET

F631

LCD-PWR-ONn_A

3687

47K

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_505_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 61

SSB: Ambilight Microcontroller

B05
A
+3V3_SW

Ambilight Microcontroller
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

B05
A
1800 A3 1801 C5 1802 G10 1803 D3 1804 F9 2800 E1 2801 E2 2802 B1 2803 B2 2804 B3 2805 B3 2807 C5 2808 C6 2809 C6 2817 G4 2818 G4 2819 G5 2820 G5 2821 G8 3800 E1 3801 E2 3802 E3 3804 C8 3805-1 C7 3805-2 C7 3805-3 C7 3805-4 C7 3806 B5 3807 B6 3808 C5 3809 C6 3811 F5 3812 F6 3813 F6 3814 G9 3815 G9 3816-1 G9 3816-2 G9 3816-3 G9 3816-4 G9 3817-1 F9 3817-2 F9 3817-3 F9 3817-4 F9 3818-1 F9 3818-2 F9 3818-3 F9 3818-4 F9 3819 E10 3820 E10 3821 E10 3822 F8 3823-1 C7 3823-2 C6 3823-3 C6 3823-4 C6 3824-1 C8 3824-2 C8 3824-3 C7 3824-4 C8 3825-1 D9 3825-2 D9 3825-3 D9 3825-4 D9 3826-1 D9 3826-2 D9 3826-3 D9 3826-4 D9 3827-1 C7 3827-2 C7 3827-3 C7 3827-4 C7 3828-1 C7 3828-2 C7 3828-3 C7 3828-4 C7 3829-1 C8 3829-2 C8 3829-3 C8 3829-4 C8 4800 D4 4801 E4 4802 E4 4803 F5 5800 A2 7801 D4 7802 A2 7803 E2 F800 A3 F801 A3 F814 C5 F815 C5 F816 C5 F817 E4 F818 E4 F819 E6 F821 F9 F822 F9 F824 F6 F825 F6 F826 G5 F827 F8 F828 G10 F829 G10 F830 G10 F831 G10 F832 G10 F833 G10 F834 G10 F835 G10 F836 B2 F837 D4 F838 F8 I800 E1 I801 E1 I802 A2 I803 B2 I804 D5 I805 D6 I806 D5 I807 D5 I808 E5 I809 E5 I810 E5 I811 E5

5800 30R 7802 LD2985BM18R 1 3 2802 1u0 IN INH OUT BP

I802

1800 1.0A T 63V

F800 V-AMBI

5 4 I803

F801

+1V8UP

COM 100n 2805 2803 RES 2804 10n 2 1u0

F836

+3V3_SW +3V3_SW

+3V3_SW

3806

3807

10K

DEBUG RES 1801 1 2 3 5 F814 F815 F816 7 10K 6 10K 5 10K 8 10K 5 10K 6 10K 7 10K 8 10K 5 10K 6 10K 7 10K 8 10K 5 10K 6 10K 7 10K 8 10K 6 10K 5 10K 6 10K 8 10K 10K 7 10K 7 10K 5 10K 8 10K 100R 100R

2807

100p

100p

2808

2809

16M9

7801 LPC2103FBD48 11 12 X1

7 19 43

VSS

D
RES 4800 F837 +3V3_SW 10K DEBUG ONLY RES 3802 +3V3_SW RES 4801 RES 4802 DEBUG ONLY

20 25 26

4 F817 27 F818 6

3800

I800 2 I801 5

7803 NCP303LSN28 INP OUTP CD NC GND 4 3 1

+3V3_SW

+3V3_SW 1K0

P0.0|TXD0|MAT3.1 P0.1|RXD0|MAT3.2 P0.2|SCL0|CAP0.0 X2 P0.3|SDA0|MAT0.0 P0.4|SCK0|CAP0.1 P0.5|MISO0|MAT0.1 RTXC1 P0.6|MOSI0|CAP0.2 RTXC2 P0.7|SSEL0|MAT2.0 P0.8|TXD1|MAT2.1 RTCK P0.9|RXD1|MAT2.2 P0.10|RTS1|CAP1.0|AD0.3 VBAT P0.11|CTS1|CAP1.1|AD0.4 P0.12|DSR1|MAT1.0|AD0.5 P0.13|DTR1|MAT1.1 DBGSEL P0.14|DCD1|SCK1|EINT1 P0.15|RI1|EINT2 RST P0.16|EINT0|MAT0.2 P0.17|CAP1.2|SCL1 P0.18|CAP1.3|SDA1 P0.19|MAT1.2|MISO1 P0.20|MAT1.3|MOSI1 P0.21|SSEL1|MAT3.0 P0.22|AD0.0 P0.23|AD0.1 P0.24|AD0.2 P0.25|AD0.6 P0.26|AD0.7 P0.27|TRST|CAP2.0 P0.28|TMS|CAP2.1 P0.29|TCK|CAP2.2 P0.30|TDI|MAT3.3 P0.31|TDO VDD_3V3 VDD_1V8 VDDA

1803

VSSA 13 14 18 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 35 36 37 41 44 45 46 47 48 1 2 3 32 33 34 38 39 8 9 10 15 16

31

I804 I805 3825-1 1 3825-2 2 3825-3 3 3825-4 4 3826-4 4 3826-3 3 3826-1 1 3826-2 2 3819 8 100R 7 100R 6 100R 5 100R 5 100R 6 100R 8 100R 7 100R 100R AMBI-BLANK_R1 AMBI-PROG_B1 AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1 AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT AMBI-LATCH1_G2 AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 AMBI-TEMP

MICROCTRL

10p

3823-2 2 3823-3 3 3823-4 4 3823-1 1 3805-4 4 3805-3 3 3805-2 2 3805-1 1 3827-4 4 3827-3 3 3827-2 2 3827-1 1 3828-4 4 3828-3 3 3828-2 2 3828-1 1 3824-3 3 3824-4 4 3829-3 3 3829-1 1 3804 3824-2 2 3829-2 2 3829-4 4 3824-1 1

10K

B3B-PH-SM4-TBT

3808

3809

I806 I807

3801

10K

I808 I809 I810 I811

F819 3821 3820 100R 100R AMBI_SCL AMBI_SDA

2800

100n

100n

RES 2801

F824 F821 F825 F822 3811 10R RES 3822 F838 100R 2821 100n F827 RES1804 1 2 SKHU DEBUG ONLY 3 4

3818-2 3818-1 3818-3 3818-4 3817-1

2 1 3 4 1

7 8 6 5 8

100R 100R 100R 100R 10K

AMBI-LATCH2_DIS AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn

3817-2 2 3817-4 4 3817-3 3

7 10K 5 10K 6 10K

+3V3_SW

3812

10K 3813

17 40

42

+1V8UP

+3V3_SW

4803

F826 DEBUG 100n 2818 2817 100n 2819 100n 2820 100n UPJTAG_TMS UPJTAG_TDI UPJTAG_TDO UPJTAG_TCK UPJTAG_TMS UPJTAG_TDI UPJTAG_TDO UPJTAG_TCK RES3816-3 3 RES3816-1 1 RES3816-2 2 6 8 7 100R 100R 100R +3V3_SW UPJTAG_TRST UP_RESET UP_RTCK UPJTAG_TRST UP_RESET UP_RTCK RES3816-4 4 RES 3814 RES 3815 5 100R 100R 100R F833 F834 F835 F828 F829 F830 F831 F832 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 RES 1802

10K

11

502382-1070

10

11

12

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_506_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 62

SSB: HDMI & Multiplexer

B06
1
1902

HDMI & Multiplexer


2 3 4 5 6
RES FOR HDMI 3
RES 1901 CRX2+ CRX2CRX1+ CRX1CRX0+ CRX0CRXC+ CRXCCEC F927 F928 F929 F930 F931 21 23 CRX-5V CRX-HPD CRX-DDC-CLK CRX-DDC-DAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 BRX2+ BRX2BRX1+ BRX1BRX0+ BRX0BRXC+ BRXCCEC BRX-DDC-CLK BRX-DDC-DAT

B06
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1900 F13 1901 A6 1902 A1 1903 A8 1904 A3 2900 D6 2901 D6 2902 D6 2903 A11 2904 A12 2905 F12 2906 G12 2907 H7 2908 H7 2909 A11 3900 E3 3901 E4 3902 E3 3903 E4 3904 E4 3905 E4 3906 E4 3907 E5 3908 E5 3909 E5 3910 E5 3911 E5 3912 F5 3913 F5 3914 C7 3915 C8 3916 C8 3917 D9 3918 D11 3919 D11 3920 D11 3921 E11 3922 E11 3923 E11 3924 E10 3925 E10 3926 E11 3927 F11 3928 F13 3929 H12 3930 H8 3931 H7 3932 H7 3933 H7 3934 G6 3935 F8 3936 F8 3937 F8 3938 F7 3939 F7 3940 E7 3941 E7 3942 E7 3943 E7 3944 D7 3945 D7 3946 D7 3947 D6 3948 F8 4900 C9 5900 H12 5901 A12 6900 D3 6901 H7 7400-7 F11 7900 E6 7901 D9 7902 D11 7903 E11 7904 E11 7905 F11 7906 C8 F900 A6 F901 B6 F902 B6 F903 B6 F904 B6 F905 B6 F906 B1 F907 B1 F908 B1 F909 B1 F910 B1 F911 B1 F912 B8 F913 B9 F914 B9 F915 B9 F916 B9 F917 B9 F918 A12 F919 C8 F920 C8 F921 D8 F922 D8 F923 F12 F924 G12 F925 G12 F926 H6 F927 B4 F928 B4 F929 B4 F930 B4 F931 B4 F932 B3 F933 E5 F934 H7 F935 D8 I900 E5 I901 E5 I902 F5 I903 F5 I904 F9 I905 F9 I906 H9 I907 H9 I908 F12 I909 G12 I910 H7
HDMI CONNECTOR 2
1904

HDMI CONNECTOR 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 DRX2+ DRX2DRX1+ DRX1DRX0+ DRX0DRXC+ DRXCCEC

HDMI CONNECTOR SIDE


1903 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 ARX2+ ARX2ARX1+ ARX1ARX0+ ARX0ARXC+ ARXCCEC F917 F916 F915 F914 F913 ARX-DDC-CLK ARX-DDC-DAT ARX-5V ARX-HPD 5901 +3V3_SW 2904 100u 6.3V 1u0 30R 2903 470n 2909 F918 VDDO_3V3

NC

F907 F908 F909 F910

DRX-DDC-CLK DRX-DDC-DAT DRX-5V DRX-HPD F932 21 23

F906 21 23

F911

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22

F900 F901 F902 F903 F904 F905

F912 BRX-5V BRX-HPD

21 23

DC1R019JB1E400

DC1R019JB1E400

DC1R019JB1E400

DC1R019JB1E400 +5V_COMBINED

3915

10K

+5V_COMBINED

F919

C
EDID_WC VDDO_3V3
EDID_SCL EDID_SDA

3914 10K

F920

C
3916 33R 4900 3917 6K8 7901 M24C02-WMN6 8
RES RES

7906 BC847BW

2900

100n 2901

10n 2902

1n0

+5V_COMBINED

3918 100R 7902 BC847BW 3919 2K2

3945

3944

3K3

3K3

+3V3STBY +5V_COMBINED VDDO_3V3 BAT54 6900

+5V_COMBINED +5V_COMBINED

F935 7 F921 6 5 WC SCL

(256x8) EEPROM
ADR 0 1 2

F922

2K0 1% 3906

1%

RES 3947

SDA

1 2 3

3946

1K0

3920 100R 7903 BC847BW 3921 2K2

RES 3905

RES 3904

27K RES 3903

3943

3942

3902

3K3

2K0

10K

6K8

10K

10K

+5V_COMBINED

7900 ADV3002BST 1R0 1R0 100R 10K 10K F933 66 65 36 IN CEC OUT RESETB

HDMI_RESET

9 18 33 43 52 AVCC 3925 2K2 3924 2K2

CEC HDMI_CEC 3900 3901


RES

RES 3907 RES 3908

EDID ENABLE SCL SDA 63 61 62 3941 75 76 3939 73 74 3938 71 72 3935 69 70 67 68 35 34 32 31 29 28 26 25 3934 6 3 58 55 80 79 78 77 24 64 3932 3933 I910 1K0 10K 3931 F934 +5V_COMBINED BAT54 2908 6901 2907 1u0 10n 1K0 3930 1K0 47K 47K 3936 DRX-DDC-CLK DRX-DDC-DAT I904 DDC-SCL I905 DDC-SDA 47K 47K 3937 CRX-DDC-CLK CRX-DDC-DAT 47K 47K 3948 BRX-DDC-CLK BRX-DDC-DAT
CRX-DDC-CLK

3922 100R 7904 BC847BW 3923 2K2

3909 6K8 3910 3911

1R0

I900 12 I901 15 27 40

0 SEL 1 SCL I2C SDA 0 I2C_ADDR 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CLK DATA0 IN_A DATA1 COM DATA2 D A

47K

47K

3940 ARX-DDC-CLK ARX-DDC-DAT


ARX-DDC-CLK BRX-DDC-CLK

3926 100R 7905 BC847BW 3927 2K2 F923


DDC_RESET

SCL-MAIN SDA-MAIN 3912 3913 ARXCARXC+ ARX0ARX0+ ARX1ARX1+ ARX2ARX2+ BRXCBRXC+ BRX0BRX0+ BRX1BRX1+ BRX2BRX2+ CRXCCRXC+ CRX0CRX0+ CRX1CRX1+ CRX2CRX2+ DRXCDRXC+ DRX0DRX0+ DRX1DRX1+ DRX2DRX2+ 10K 10K

DDC_SCL DDC_SDA DDC_SCL DDC_SDA DDC_SCL DDC_SDA DDC_SCL DDC_SDA DDC_SCL DDC_SDA + +

I902 49 I903 39 13 14 16 17 19 20 22 23 1 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 50 51 53 54 56 57 59 60 37 38 41 42 44 45 47 48

I908 DDC-SDA DDC-SCL


DRX-DDC-CLK

XTALI

F
2905 27p 27M0 7400-7 MT5392RHMJ 820K 1900 3928

CLK DATA0 IN_B DATA1 DATA2 OUT_DATA0

RX0RX0+ RX1RX1+ RX2RX2+ 1K0 ARX-HPD BRX-HPD CRX-HPD DRX-HPD ARX-5V BRX-5V CRX-5V DRX-5V

OUT_DATA1 + OUT_DATA2 + A B HPD C D A B C D

RXC+ RXCRX0+ RX0RX1+ RX1RX2+ RX2-

AK6 AJ6 AK7 AJ7 AK8 AJ8 AK9 AJ9

CLK DATA0 IN_C DATA1 DATA2

C CB 0 0B RX0 1 1B 2 2B

XTALI XTALO VCXO

W29 W30 J27 AE26 AF26 W26 W27 AG15 AF15

I909

XTALO

27p

OUT_CLK

HDMI_XTAL_LDO

2906

RXCRXC+

STB_SCAN VOUT12_STB ACT_SCAN LDO VOUT12_ACT SCAN_MAIN VOUT10

F924

F925 5900 3929

30R

I906 I907

PSV CLK DATA0 IN_D DATA1 DATA2 AVEE 21 30 46

TX_EN AMUXVCC

4K7

+1V2_SW

+3V3_SW

F926 +5V_SW

10

11

12

13
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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 63

SSB: Analog I/O - Audio

B07B
1 A

Analog I/O - Audio


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
7400-9
MT5392RHMJ AVI

B07B
11 12 13 14 A
AF30 AG29 IB09 AH30 AF29 AG28 AH29 AD29 2B12 47n AE28 RES 2B13 47n AE29 AE30 2B14 47n AF28 AD28 AA26 AB27 AB26 AJ30 AB30 AB29 AA29 AK14 AJ14 AJ23 AK20 NC

SY0P SY0N SPB0P SPBR0N SPR0P

SY0P SY0N SPB0P SPBR0N SPR0P


IB08

3B06 3B07 3B08 3B09 3B10 3B11

2B06 1R0 2B07 68R 100R 2B08 68R 2B09 100R 2B10 2B11 68R

4n7 10n 10n 10n 10n 10n

SOY0 Y0P Y0N PB0P PBR0N PR0P

RP RN SOG GP GN BP BN SOY0 Y0P Y0N PB0P PBR0N PR0P

3B00 1R0 SY1P 3B01 68R

2B00 4n7 2B01 10n 2B02 10n 2B03 10n 2B04 10n 2B05 10n

S0Y1

AH23 AJ20 AK17 AJ17 AH16 AK16 AJ16 AH15 AJ15 AH20 AJ21 AH21 AJ22 AK22 AH22 AH17 AJ18 AH18 AJ19 AK19 AH19

Y1P

SCT0 0 SYNC SCT1 SY 1 2 RP 0 RN SC 1 SOG 2 GP 0 GN 1 BP BN 2 CVBS SOY0 3 Y0P 4 Y0N N PB0P AF PBR0N P MPX0 PR0P N SOY1 D2S Y1P DC_DEMOD ADCIN N_DEMOD Y1N P_DEMOD PB1P HSYNC PBR1N VSYNC PR1P 0 FB 1

3B12 RES 3B13 3B14 2B15 2B16 2B17

100R 100R 100R 1u0 10n 10n

CVBS_RF

CVBS_AV3

GND_CVBS_RF
SIF_OUT SIF_OUT_GND

HSYNC VSYNC

2B18

100R SPB1P 3B03 68R SPBR1N 3B04 100R SPR1P 3B05 68R

PB1P

PBR1N

PR1P

100n

SY1N

3B02

Y1N

SPDIF
ASPDIF_OUT FB03 3B15 3B16 2B20 220R 100R 1B05 2B19 33p 33p FB04 1 2 CON_JACK 1B01

FB13 YKB11-0946V

AIN1_R-SC1

2B30 10u 2B31 10u

3B27 30K 3B28 30K

FB10

AIN1_R

AIN1_L-SC1

FB11

AIN1_L 100n 10u

RES RES
HP_DET 3B17 1R0

AIN0_R-SC2
10u 2B33

3B29 30K 3B30 30K

FB02

AIN0_R

2B28

2B29

E
AIN0_L-SC2

2B32

E
RES 3B18
RES 2B21

22K

1n0

FB12

AIN0_L 7400-11 MT5392RHMJ

HEADPHONE
2B27 2B26 100n 10u

10u

RES
HP_ROUT 3B21 1R0

+3V3_SW

RES 3B20

2K0 RIGHT LEFT


FB05 FB06 FB07

AUDIO IN

FB00 PESD5V0S1BA

3B32 1R0 RES 2B36

IB00

2B34 10u

IB01

3B31 30K

IB02

RES 6B00

R_MON_OUT L_MON_OUT

1B03

2B35

IB06 IB07

RES

1n0

2 4 5
MSJ-035-10A B AG PPO FB01 RES 6B01 PESD5V0S1BA 3B33 1R0 RES 2B39 RES 2B38

1n0

2B24

10u 2B25 10u

AOUTR AOUTL

RES
HP_LOUT 3B22 1R0 1n0

1B04

1n0

1n0

RES

6B03

RES

10u

30K

2B43

220u 6.3V RES 2B42

RES 3B23 220u 6.3V RES 3B24

33R 33R

HP_ROUT HP_LOUT

RES 4B00

RES 2B23

RES

PESD5V0S1BA 1B07

IB10

2B37

IB11

3B34

IB03

IB04 IB05

6B02

RES

1n0

1B02

1 8 7 3

AIN0_R AIN0_L AIN1_R AIN1_L AV3_R_IN AV3_L_IN DVI_AUR_IN DVI_AUL_IN

V27 V28 V29 V30 U28 U29 U26 U27 T29 T30 R29 R30 T28 R28 T27

0_R 0_L 1_R 1_L 2_R 2_L 3_R AIN 3_L 4_R 4_L 5_R 5_L 6_R 6_L VMID_AADC

ADAC_VCM VCMCOUPLE 0OUTR 0OUTL 1OUTR PGA 1OUTL 2OUTR 2OUTL HPOUTR HPOUTL

P28 P29 N29 N30 N28 N27 M29 M30 M27 M28

RES 4B01

RES 2B22

FB09

PESD5V0S1BA 1B06

ALI_ADAC

5 4 3 2 FB081

1B00

RES

LGM1019-0100F

G
RC2 RC1

2B40

2B41

100n

10u

1
1B00 F14 1B01 D14 1B02 F1 1B03 F1 1B04 G1 1B05 D12 1B06 F13 1B07 G13 2B00 C2 2B01 C2 2B02 C2 2B03 C2 2B04 C2 2B05 D2 2B06 B7

2
2B07 B7 2B08 B7 2B09 B7 2B10 B7 2B11 B7

3
2B12 B11 2B13 B11 2B14 B11 2B15 B12 2B16 B12 2B17 B12 2B18 C11 2B19 D13 2B20 D11 2B21 E12

4
2B22 F11 2B23 G11 2B24 F7 2B25 F8 2B26 F8 2B27 F8 2B28 E8 2B29 E8 2B30 E3 2B31 E3

5
2B32 E3 2B33 E3 2B34 F3 2B35 F3 2B36 F2

6
2B37 G3 2B38 G3 2B39 G2 2B40 G5 2B41 G5 2B42 G8 2B43 G7 3B00 C2 3B01 C2 3B02 C2

7
3B03 C2 3B04 C2 3B05 D2 3B06 B6 3B07 B6 3B08 B6 3B09 B6 3B10 B6 3B11 B6 3B12 B12

8
3B13 B12 3B14 B12 3B15 D11 3B16 D11 3B17 E11 3B18 E11 3B20 F13 3B21 F12 3B22 F12 3B23 G8

9
3B24 G8 3B27 E4 3B28 E4 3B29 E4 3B30 E4

10
3B31 F3 3B32 F2 3B33 G2 3B34 G3 4B00 G12 4B01 F12 6B00 F2 6B01 G2 6B02 F12 6B03 G12

11
7400-11 F7 7400-9 A10 FB00 F1 FB01 G1 FB02 E5 FB03 D11 FB04 D12 FB05 F13 FB06 F13 FB07 F13

12
FB08 F14 FB09 F1 FB10 E5 FB11 E5 FB12 E5

13
FB13 D14 IB00 F3 IB01 F3 IB02 F4 IB03 G4 IB04 F6 IB05 G6 IB06 F8 IB07 F8 IB08 B6

14
IB09 A11 IB10 G3 IB11 G3

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 64

SSB: Analog I/O - YPbPr & Cinch

B07C
1 A

Analog I/O - YPbPr & Cinch


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 A
AIN1_R-SC1
IC09 3C12

B07C
1C00 B5 1C01 C5 1C02 D5 1C03 E5 1C04 E5 1C05 G2 1C06 H2 1C07 I2 1C08 E11 1C09 E11 1C10 D11 1C11-1 I1 1C11-2 H1 1C11-3 G1 1C12 C12 1C13 C6 1C14 A11 1C15 C11 2C00 B4 2C01 B4 2C02 C4 2C03 C4 2C04 D4 2C05 E4 2C06 E4 2C07 G3 2C08 G4 2C09 H4 2C10 H4 2C11 H3 2C12 I3 2C13 I4 2C14 I4 2C15 E10 2C16 E10 2C17 D10 2C18 C10 2C19 C10 2C20 A10 2C21 A10 3C00 A4 3C01 C4 3C02 D4 3C03 D4 3C04 E4 3C05 E4 3C06 F4 3C07 G3 3C08 G3 3C09 H3 3C10 H4 3C11 I3 3C12 A10 3C13 C10 3C14 D10 3C15 D10 3C16 E10 3C17 E10 3C18 F10 3C19 I4 5C00 D5 5C01 E5 5C02 E5 5C03 D10 5C04 E10 5C05 E10 6C00 B5 6C01 C5 6C02 D5 6C03 E5 6C04 E5 6C05 G2 6C06 H2 6C07 I2 6C08 D10 6C09 E10 6C10 E10 6C19 B10 6C20 C10 FC00 I2 FC01 I2 FC02 H2 FC03 G2 FC04 D5 FC05 D6 FC06 E6 FC07 D6 FC08 D6 FC09 C6 FC10 C12 FC11 D11 FC12 D11 FC13 D11 FC14 E11 FC15 D11 IC00 D2 IC01 A4 IC02 C4 IC03 D4 IC04 G4 IC05 H4 IC06 H4 IC07 I4 IC08 I4 IC09 A9 IC10 C9 IC11 D9 IC12 D9 IC13 E9 IC14 E10 IC15 E2 IC16 I5

PESD5V0S1BA 1C00

RES 2C00

RES 2C01

RES 6C00

0001

1n0

1n0

RES 6C19

1R0

PESD5V0S1BA 1C14

AIN0_R-SC2

IC01

3C00 RES 2C20 1n0

1R0 RES 2C21 1n0

AIN1_L-SC1 AIN0_L-SC2
IC02 3C01 PESD5V0S1BA

IC10

3C13

RES 2C02

RES 2C03

RES 6C01

1C01

1n0

1n0

RES 6C20

1R0

AV2
FC09 FC08

PESD5V0S1BA 1C15

1R0 RES 2C19 RES 2C18 1n0 1n0

AV1
FC10

1C13 MSP-636V1-01 1 2 3 SPR0P 4


2C17 3C14 15p

FC15
IC11 5C03 60R PESD5V0S1BA 1C10 FC11

1C12 1 MSP-636H1-01 2 3 4 5 6

IC03 SPR1P

5C00 60R FC07 PESD5V0S1BA 1C02

2C04

15p 3C02

RES 6C02

D
IC00 SPBR1N 3C03 1R0

75R

75R

5 6
PR1P_SC2 FC04 FC05

6C08

RES

FC12

SC1_CVBS_OUT 7

7 SPBR0N 8 9
PB1P_SC2 IC12

3C15 1R0 PESD5V0S1BA 1C09 FC13 SC1_B

8 9 10 11 12

PESD5V0S1BA 1C03

RES

15p 3C04

2C05

RES 6C03

2C16

SY1P_SC2

FC06

SPB1P

5C01 60R

10 11 12 SPB0P
IC13

3C16

6C09

75R

75R

15p

FC14

SC1_G

5C04 60R IC14 5C05

E
SY1P

IC15

PESD5V0S1BA 1C04

60R 2C06 15p 3C05 RES 6C04 75R

SY1N

3C06 1R0

SY0N

3C18 1R0

F AV3
CVBS
1C11-3 YELLOW2 FC03 PESD5V0S1BA 3C07 1R0 2C07 3C08 RES 2C08 75R 47p 15p IC04

PESD5V0S1BA 1C08

5C02

SY0P

E
RES 6C10

60R 2C15 3C17 75R 15p

CVBS_AV3
AV3_L_IN AV3_R_IN

1C05

RES 6C06

RES 2C11

RES 2C10

PESD5V0S1BA

LEFT
(WHITE)

1C11-2 WHITE 4

RES 6C05

1 MSP-305H-BBB-432-03 NI

(YELLOW)

FC02

3C09 1R0 1n0

IC05

2C09 10u

IC06

3C10 30K

1C07

RES 6C07

RES 2C13

RES 2C12

PESD5V0S1BA

RIGHT
(RED)

1C11-1 RED 6

1C06

1n0

3 MSP-305H-BBB-432-03 NI

FC01

3C11 1R0 1n0

IC07

2C14 10u

IC08

3C19 30K

IC16

FC00

1n0

5 MSP-305H-BBB-432-03 NI

10

11

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 65

SSB: USB

B07D

USB

B07D
1 2 3
+3V3STBY

4
+3V3_SW

6K8 1%

3D11

3D00

A
ASPDIF_OUT

7400-10 MT5392RHMJ

10K

3D05 ID00 560R RES 2D13 AF22 AF21 AJ24 AK24 AK3 AK5 AJ5 AK4 AJ4 100n FD07 FD06 ID01 USB_DP0 USB_DM0 5K1 1%

2D10 100n

CVBS_SPDIF_USB
J28 AH28 AH27 AK30 AJ29 AK29 AJ28 AK28

ASPDIF_OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

FS VREF DAC OUT1 OUT2 VRT DP0 USB DM0 DP1 DM1

LIGHT-SENSOR POWER-OK-A KEYBOARD AFT

3D01 3D02 3D03 3D04

100R 100R 100R 1R0

ADIN

10n

7D00 TPS2041BD

ID04
6

1 2 OUT

EN_

4 2 3

FD04

3D06

RES 2D15

USB_PWE

USB
1D03

7 1 5V 2 DM 3 DP 4 FD00 5 1D01 FD01 FD02 FD03 6D02 BZX384-C6V8 5D00 30R 5 8

1 IN 2
GND

+5V_SW

3
OC_

C
6

2D12 100n

2D14 100u 16V

1D00

1D02

10u

USB-01-PBT-B-30-CU2

6D00

2D11

NUP1301ML3

NUP1301ML3

FD05

USB_OC

6D01

3D07 0R

ID02

3D08 0R RES 3D09 15K RES 3D10 15K

ID03

1
1D00 C3 1D01 C3 1D02 C3 1D03 C2 2D10 A 5 2D11 C4

2
2D12 C5 2D13 A7 2D14 C6 2D15 B5 3D00 A 4 3D01 B4

3
3D02 B4 3D03 B4 3D04 B4 3D05 A7 3D06 B7 3D07 D5

4
3D08 D5 3D09 D5 3D10 D5

5
3D11 A4 5D00 C4 6D00 C3 6D01 D4 6D02 D3 7400-10 A6

6
7D00 B 5 FD00 C2 FD01 C3 FD02 C3 FD03 C3 FD04 C5

7
FD05 D5 FD06 B7 FD07 A7

8
ID00 A7 ID01 B7 ID02 D6 ID03 D6 ID04 C5

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 66

SSB: VGA

B07E
1

VGA
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

B07E
1E00 B7 1E01 C7 1E02 D7 1E03 E6 1E04 F6 1G16 D8 2E00 B3 2E01 C3 2E02 C3 2E03 C3 2E04 C3 2E05 D3 2E06 D3 2E07 B6 2E08 C6 2E09 D6 2E10 E6 2E11 E6 2E12 E5 2E13 F5 2E14 E9 2E15 E10 2E16 D11 3E00 B4 3E01 C4 3E02 C4 3E03 C4 3E04 C4 3E05 D4 3E06 D4 3E07 B5 3E08 C5 3E09 C5 3E10 C5 3E11 D5 3E12 D5 3E13 D6 3E14 D6 3E15 C6 3E16 B6 3E17 E6 3E18 F6 3E19 E9 3E20 E10 3E21 D9 3E22 D10 3E23 D10 3E24 D11 3E25 A8 3E26 A10 4E00 D9 4E01 D9 4E02 D9 4E03 E9 4E04 D11 5E00 B6 5E01 C6 5E02 D6 5E03 D5 5E04 E5 5E05 F5 6E00 B7 6E01 C7 6E02 D7 6E03 E6 6E04 F6 6E05 D5 6E06 A11 7E00 D11 7E01 A9 FE00 A8 FE01 B8 FE02 C8 FE03 E8 FE04 E8 FE05 E8 FE06 E8 FE07 F8 FE08 D10 FE09 E10 FE10 D10 FE11 E5 FE12 F5 FE13 E11 FE14 C12 IE00 A9 IE01 A9 IE02 D5 IE03 D9 IE04 E9

6E06

+5V_SW

A
EDID_WC FE00 3E25 10K

IE00

3E26 10K

BAS316

IE01

7E01 BC847BW

EDID_SDA EDID_SCL

B
RP

2E00 10n

3E00 68R

VGA_Rp

3E07 1R0
3E16 2E07

5E00 60R
RES 6E00 75R

B
VGA_R
PESD5V0S1BA

FE01

RN

2E01 10n 2E02 10n 2E03

3E01 100R 3E02 68R 3E03 1R0 3E04 100R

VGA_Rn

3E08 1R0

1R0
3E15 2E08 75R 5p6

60R
RES 6E01

PESD5V0S1BA

GP

VGA_Gp

3E09

5E01

1E00

5p6

VGA_G

FE02

C
FE14
DC_5V RES 3E24 DC_5V

1E01

SOG 4n7 GN 2E04 10n

VGA_Gn

3E10 1R0

0001

BP

2E05 10n

3E05 68R

VGA_Bp

3E11 1R0
3E14 2E09 75R 5p6

5E02 60R
RES 6E02 PESD5V0S1BA

VGA_B 4E04

6K2 1% 2E16 100n

4E00

4E01

1E02

0001

RES

RES

3E22

3E21

3E23

BN

2E06 10n

3E06 100R

VGA_Bn

3E12 1R0 5E03 DC_5V 60R BAS316


2E10

33R

10K

10K

D
IE02
6E05

7E00 M24C02-WMN6 8 FE10 7 6 5

D
0 1 2
1 2 3

1G16
3E13 150R
2E11 100n 1n0

FE03

FE04 HSYNC

FE11

5E04 30R
3E17 RES 6E03 2E12 2K2 15p PESD5V0S1BA

H_SYNC FE05 FE06

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
FE07

WC SCL

(256 8) EEPROM

IE03

4E02 IE04 4E03


6K2 1% 2E14

SCL_VGA SDA_VGA

FE08 FE09

ADR SDA
4

RES 3E19

2E15

330p RES 3E20

330p

1%

FE13
6K2

E
VGA-SDA-EDID-TCON VGA-SCL-EDID-TCON

1E03

17

MDS-15P-V-05-B-8.5-U4-ZN

VSYNC

FE12

5E05 30R
RES 6E04 2E13 3E18 PESD5V0S1BA

V_SYNC

1E04

2K2

15p

10

11

12

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 67

SSB: Hospitality

B08

Hospitality

B08
2 3 4 5 6 7

A
DMMC1
RES
1F00 1 2 3 4 5 7 FF00 SDA_CLOCK FF01 SCL_CLOCK FF02 FF03 FF04

A
DMMC3
RES
1F01

RES 5F00 RES 3F00 RES 3F01 RES 5F01

30R 100R 100R 30R

+3V3STBY
SDA-DISP SCL-DISP 4

1 2 3 5

FF12
FF11 FF13

AOUTL AOUTR

+5V_SW

502382-0370

RES 2F00

RES 2F01

502382-0570

1n0

1n0

DMMC2
RES
1F02 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 FF05 FF06 FF07 FF08 FF09 FF10

+12VS

PBS_SPI_DI PBS_SPI_CLK

C
9

RES 3F02 RES 3F03

22R 22R

SDA-MAIN SCL-MAIN
RC1 RC2

502382-0870

1
1F00 A1 1F01 A5 1F02 C1 2F00 B5 2F01 B6 3F00 B2

2
3F01 B2 3F02 C2 3F03 C2 5F00 A2

3
5F01 B2 FF00 A2 FF01 B2 FF02 B2

4
FF03 B2 FF04 B1 FF05 C1 FF06 C1

5
FF07 C1 FF08 C1 FF09 C1 FF10 C1 FF11 B5 FF12 A5

6
FF13 B5

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_512_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 68

SSB: Ambilight CPLD

B13
1

Ambilight CPLD
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

B13
1H35 F2 1HA0 E11 1M59 F11 1M72 E11 1X07 F13 2H10 E2 2H11 E2 2H12 E2 2H13 E6 2H14 E6 2H15 E7 2H16 E7 2H17 E7 2H18 E7 2H19 E7 2H70 G10 2HA0 B2 2HA1 B2 2HA2 B3 2HA3 B2 2HA4 F2 2HA5 B2 2HA6 G12 2HA7 G9 2HA8 G10 2HA9 H11 2HE0 B10 3H10-1 D5 3H10-2 D5 3H10-3 D5 3H10-4 D5 3H11-1 D5 3H11-2 D5 3H11-3 D3 3H11-4 D3 3H12 D6 3H13 D6 3H14 D2 3H15 E2 3H70 G10 3HA0 C3 3HA1 D5 3HA2-1 F2 3HA2-2 F2 3HA2-3 F2 3HA2-4 F2 3HE0-1 C13 3HE0-2 C11 3HE0-3 C13 3HE0-4 B11 3HE1-1 C12 3HE1-2 C13 3HE1-3 C13 3HE1-4 C12 3HE2 B11 3HE3 C12 3HE4 C12 5HA0 A2 5HA1 B2 7HA0 C4 7HE0 B11 7HE1 B12 9HA0 C6 9HA1 C5 9HE0-1 D10 9HE0-2 C10 9HE0-3 C10 9HE0-4 D10 9HE1 D10 9HE2 D10 9HE3 D10 FH70 F11 FH71 F11 FH72 F11 FH73 F11 FH74 G11 FH75 G11 FH76 G11 FH77 G11 FH78 G11 FH79 G11 FH80 G11 FH81 G11 FH82 H11 FHA0 A3 FHA1 B3 FHA2 F2 FHA3 E4 FHA4 E4 FHA5 E4 FHA6 E4 IHA0 C6 IHA1 D4 IHA2 D4 IHA3 C4 IHA4 C4 IHA5 D4 IHA6 D4 IHA7 D4 IHE0 B11 IHE1 D10

AMBILIGHT CPLD * FOR TV550 ONLY


5HA0 +3V3 30R FHA0 VINT

SPI BUFFER * FOR TV550 ONLY


2HE0 100n

A
+3V3 +3V3

2HA0

2HA1

2HA2

100n

100n

1u0

3HE2
7HE0 74LVC245A 1 IHE0 19 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

5HA1

FHA1

20

+3V3 30R

VIO

10K

3EN1 3EN2 G3 VINT VIO BACKLIGHT-PWM_BL-VS 9HA0 BACKLIGHT-PWM PNX-SPI-SDO 7HA0 XC9572XL-10VQG44C AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1-R PNX-SPI-CLK 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1

7HE1 PDTC114EU

PNX-SPI-CSBn

2HA5

2HA3

100n

1u0

3HE0-4 4 3HE0-2 2

5 7

47R 47R RES 3HE1-4 4 RES 3HE1-1 1 RES3HE3 RES 3HE4

BL-SPI-CLK BL-SPI-SDO AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT-R AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT-R PNX-SPI-SDI

5 8

10

PXCLK54 GCK2 GCK3 PNX-SPI-CS-AMBIn PNX-SPI-CS-BLn PNX-SPI-SDO PNX-SPI-SDI PNX-SPI-CLK

3HA0

47R

43 IHA3 44 IHA4 1 2 3 39 40 41 42 IHA5 36 IHA6 34 IHA7 33

VCCINT IXO1_43|GCK1 IXO1_44|GCK2 IXO1_1|GCK3 IXO1_2 IXO1_3 IXO1_39 IXO1_40 IXO1_41 IXO1_42 IXO2_36|GTS1 IXO2_34|GTS2 IXO2_33|GSR IXO2_29 IXO2_30 IXO2_31 IXO2_32 IXO2_37 IXO2_38 TCK TDI TDO TMS GND

VCCIO

AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT-R AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1-R AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT-R

BL-SPI-SDI

47R 47R 47R 47R 3HE0-1 1 3HE0-3 3 3HE1-3 3 3HE1-2 2

15 35

26

8 6 6 7

47R 47R 47R 47R

GTS1 GTS2 GSR AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2-R AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 AMBI-LATCH1_G2 AMBI-TEMP CPLED3 CPLED2

IXO3_5 IXO3_6 IXO3_7 IXO3_8 IXO3_12 IXO3_13 IXO3_14 IXO3_16 IXO3_18 IXO4_19 IXO4_20 IXO4_21 IXO4_22 IXO4_23 IXO4_27 IXO4_28

5 6 7 8 12 13 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 27 28

9HA1 IHA0

PNX-SPI-CSBn BACKLIGHT-PWM CPLED1 BL-SPI-SDO BL-SPI-SDI BL-SPI-CSn BACKLIGHT-PWM_BL-VS BL-SPI-CLK AMBI-PROG_B1 AMBI-BLANK_R1 100R 10R AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1 AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT AMBI-LATCH2_DIS PNX-SPI-CLK PNX-SPI-SDO BL-SPI-SDI 3 2 1 9HE0-3 6 9HE0-2 7 9HE0-1 8 9HE1 9HE2

BL-SPI-CLK BL-SPI-SDO PNX-SPI-SDI

3HA1

47R

3H14

100R 3H11-3 3 3H11-4 4

6 100R 5 100R

29 30 31 32 IHA2 37 IHA1 38 11 9 24 10

3H10-3 3 3H10-2 2 3H10-1 1

3H10-4 4 3H11-2 7 3H11-1 1

6 100R 7 100R 8 100R 3H13 3H12 5 100R 2 100R 8 100R

IHE1 PNX-SPI-CS-BLn PNX-SPI-CS-AMBIn 4

9HE0-4 5 9HE3

* ** * **
BUFFER DIRECT

BL-SPI-CSn AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2-R

RES 2H10

10p RES 2H12

RES 2H13

10p RES 2H14

10p RES 2H16

10p RES 2H17

10p RES 2H18

10p RES 2H11

10p RES 2H15

10p RES 2H19

FHA3 FHA4 FHA5 FHA6

3H15

10K

4 17 25

+3V3

10p

10p

E
AMBILIGHT CONNECTOR +24V
1HA0 T 1.5A 63V 1M72 1 2 3 4 2041145-4

ROUND SCREW HOLE 4mm

1X07 EMC HOLE

1H35

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

3HA2-1 3HA2-2 3HA2-3 3HA2-4 FHA2

1 2 3 4

8 7 6 5 +3V3

100R 100R 100R 100R

1M59 AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1 AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 FH70 FH71 FH72 FH73 V-AMBI FH74 FH75 FH76 FH77 V-AMBI 3H70 100R FH81 FH78 FH80 FH79 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

RES 2HA4

BM06B-SRSS-TBT

100n

2HA6

DEBUG ONLY

AMBI-PROG_B1 AMBI-BLANK_R1 AMBI-LATCH2_DIS AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn AMBI-TEMP

22n

AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 AMBI-LATCH1_G2

RES 2HA7

470p RES 2HA8

2H70

470p

100n

FH82 +24V 2HA9

22n

26 27

FH12-25S-0.5SH(55)

10

11

12

13

14

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_513_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 69

SSB: TCON Control

B14A
1 A

TCON Control
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

B14A
VDDQ VDD33 SSCG_AVDD mini_AVDD LVDS_AVDD

A
100n 2KCV 100n 2KCT 100n VDD12

5KAA VCC_1V2 30R 2KAC

FKAA VDD12 10u 2KAD VCC_3V3

5KAE 30R 10u 2KAM 2KAN

FKAE VDD33 10n 2KAW 100n 2KCQ 10n 2KBG 2KCC 100n 2KCN 100n 2KCR 10u 2KAP 10n 2KCD 10n 2KBC 10n 2KAU 2KCA 100n 2KCP 100n 2KBD 100n 2KBH 10n 2KCB 10n 2KBA 2KBB 100n 2KAV 10n 2KAY 10n 2KBE 2KBY 100n 2KAZ 2KAT 100n 2KBF 10n 2KBZ 10n 2KBJ 100n 100n 100n 100n

LVDS_AGND

7KAA-3 UPD809900F1-S11-KNB-A VDDQ

POWER
VDD12 D2 W2 D21 D3 W3 D20 W7 W11 W12 W16 U19 P19 D16 D7 V7 V11 V12 V16 U18 P18 E16 E7

FKDB 5KAB FKAB LVDS_AVDD 2KAQ 10u 2KAR 2KAE 10u 2KAF 1n0 1n0 5KAF 30R FKAF VDDQ VDD12

60R

100n 2KCW

100n 2KBW

1u0 2KCM

100n 2KBM

1u0 2KBQ

1u0 2KBN

100n 2KBR

100n 2KBU

100n 2KCY

100n 2KDA

100n 2KDB

2KBK

100n 2KBP

1u0 2KBV

100n 2KCZ

1u0 2KBT

1u0 2KBL

LVDS_AGND

LVDS_AGND

5KAH 60R

100n

VDD12 VDDQ

5KAC 60R 2KAG

FKAC mini_AVDD 10u 2KAH

VDD12 VDDQ VDD12

3KAG

3KAH

3KAK

MINI_AGND

MINI_AGND

5KAD 60R

FKAD SSCG_AVDD 10u 2KAK 2KAJ 1n0

60R

3KAL

3KAJ

5KAJ FKDC FKAK FKAL FKAM FKAN FKAP FKAQ FKAR FKAT FKAU FKAV FKAW

SSCG_AGND

SSCG_AGND

5KAK 60R

PX1A+ PX1APX1B+ PX1BPX1C+ PX1CPX1D+ PX1DPX1E+ PX1EPX1CLK+ PX1CLK-

VDDQ VDD12

VDDQ

VDD12

7KAA-2 UPD809900F1-S11-KNB-A

L8 M8 N8 R10 R11 R12 N15 H11 H10 L9 M9 N9 P10 P11 P12 N14 J12 J11 J10 K10 N13 M13 L13 K12 K11 D14 D13 D10 D9 H8 V10 V14 L4 P4 M5 R5 M15 L15 H12 M14 L14 P5 L5 VDD12 mini_AVDD

INTERFACE
A21 B21 C20 C21 B20 A20 C18 C19 B18 A18 A19 B19 A16 B16 C15 C16 B15 A15 C13 C14 B13 A13 A14 B14 A10 B10 C9 C10 B9 A9 C7 C8 B7 A7 A8 B8 100R 100R 100R 100R 3KBG 100R 100R A5 B5 C4 C5 B4 A4 C2 C3 B2 A2 A3 B3 VDD33 G4 G3 F3 F4 G2 E2 E3 E4 F1 F2 H22 P1 J19 K22 L22 K21 K20 K19 L21 L20 L19 RA1_P RA1_N RB1_P RB1_N RC1_P RC1_N RD1_P RD1_N RE1_P RE1_N RCLK1_P RCLK1_N RA2_P RA2_N RB2_P RB2_N RC2_P RC2_N RD2_P RD2_N RE2_P RE2_N RCLK2_P RCLK2_N RA3_P RA3_N RB3_P RB3_N RC3_P RC3_N RD3_P RD3_N RE3_P RE3_N RCLK3_P RCLK3_N RA4_P RA4_N RB4_P RB4_N RC4_P RC4_N RD4_P RD4_N RE4_P RE4_N RCLK4_P RCLK4_N TEN DMA TMC1 TMC2 TRST TEST_L_0 TEST_L_1 TEST_L_2 TEST_C SS_OUT ROM_ACC RESET SELLVDS HSCAN VSCAN TEMP_0 TEMP_1 TEMP_2 MODE_0 MODE_1 MODE_2 MILVA_P0 MILVA_N0 MILVA_P1 MILVA_N1 MILVA_P2 MILVA_N2 MILVA_P3 MILVA_N3 MILVA_P4 MILVA_N4 MILVA_P5 MILVA_N5 MILVA_P6 MILVA_N6 MILVA_P7 MILVA_N7 MILVCLKA_P MILVCLKA_N MILVB_P0 MILVB_N0 MILVB_P1 MILVB_N1 MILVB_P2 MILVB_N2 MILVB_P3 MILVB_N3 MILVB_P4 MILVB_N4 MILVB_P5 MILVB_N5 MILVB_P6 MILVB_N6 MILVB_P7 MILVB_N7 MILVCLKB_P MILVCLKB_N MILVC_P0 MILVC_N0 MILVC_P1 MILVC_N1 MILVC_P2 MILVC_N2 MILVC_P3 MILVC_N3 MILVC_P4 MILVC_N4 MILVC_P5 MILVC_N5 MILVC_P6 MILVC_N6 MILVC_P7 MILVC_N7 MILVCLKC_P MILVCLKC_N MILVD_P0 MILVD_N0 MILVD_P1 MILVD_N1 MILVD_P2 MILVD_N2 MILVD_P3 MILVD_N3 MILVD_P4 MILVD_N4 MILVD_P5 MILVD_N5 MILVD_P6 MILVD_N6 MILVD_P7 MILVD_N7 MILVCLKD_P MILVCLKD_N AB2 AA2 Y3 Y2 AA3 AB3 AB4 AA4 Y5 Y4 AB6 AA6 Y7 Y6 AA7 AB7 AA5 AB5 AB9 AA9 Y10 Y9 AA10 AB10 AB11 AA11 Y12 Y11 AB13 AA13 Y14 Y13 AA14 AB14 AA12 AB12 AB16 AA16 Y17 Y16 AA17 AB17 AB18 AA18 Y19 Y18 AB20 AA20 Y21 Y20 AA21 AB21 AA19 AB19 V22 V21 U20 V20 U21 U22 T22 T21 R20 T20 P22 P21 N20 P20 N21 N22 R21 R22 L_LVA0+ L_LVA0L_LVA1+ L_LVA1L_LVA2+ L_LVA23KBK 100R L_LVA3+ L_LVA3L_LVA4+ L_LVA4L_LVA5+ L_LVA53KBL 100R L_LVCKA+ L_LVCKAL_LVB0+ L_LVB0L_LVB1+ L_LVB1L_LVB2+ L_LVB23KBM 100R L_LVB3+ L_LVB3L_LVB4+ L_LVB4L_LVB5+ L_LVB53KBN 100R L_LVCKB+ L_LVCKBR_LVA0+ R_LVA0R_LVA1+ R_LVA1R_LVA2+ R_LVA23KBP 100R R_LVA3+ R_LVA3R_LVA4+ R_LVA4R_LVA5+ R_LVA53KBQ 100R R_LVCKA+ R_LVCKAR_LVB0+ R_LVB0R_LVB1+ R_LVB1R_LVB2+ R_LVB23KBR 100R R_LVB3+ R_LVB3R_LVB4+ R_LVB4R_LVB5+ R_LVB53KBT 100R R_LVCKB+ R_LVCKBVDD33

3KAQ

3KAN

3KAR

3KAU

3KAP

3KAT

D
PX2A+ PX2APX2B+ PX2BPX2C+ PX2CPX2D+ PX2DPX2E+ PX2EPX2CLK+ PX2CLKFKDE FKAY FKAZ FKBA FKBB FKBC FKBD FKBE FKBF FKBG FKBH FKBJ

1KAA

7KAA-1 UPD809900F1-S11-KNB-A 1 3KAA 24M 1M0

U4 W6 W17 D17 D6 F5 G5 V6 V17 K18 G18 F18 E17 E6 L18 U5

LVDS_AVDD VDD33 SSCG_AVDD MINI_AVDD12 VDD33 MINI_AVDD34

SSCG_AVDD LVDS_AVDD

VDD33

DVCC

VDD12

DVCC

CONTROL
F22 E22 3KAC 3KAD 10K 10K J21 J20 E20 E19 G19 F19 F20 G20 H21 H19 H20 J22 3KAE VDD33 H3 P2 E1 J2 J1 J3 G1 H1 H2 IN EXCLK OUT GAM_LUT DBG OS_LUT SCL SLAVE SDA SDI SDO BIT SCS SCK SDI SDO SCS SCK VPOL READY SSCLK H_TOTAL VS OUT V8 DATA DAC CLK LATCH 1 2 3 4 5 6 CS 7 8 9 10 11 12 GCK R L R L 1 2 R L GSLOP P3 U3 U2 T3 T2 T1 R1 V3 V2 V1 U1 R3 R2 N1 N2 N3 M1 M2 M3 L1 L2 L3 K1 K2 K3

E
VCC_3V3 RES 3KCA 100R

RES 3KAF 2K2 FKCL FKCM FKCN FKCP FKCQ FKCR FKCT FKCU FKCV FKCW FKCY FKCZ

GSLOP GCK_R GCK_L GOE_R GOE_L GSP1 GSP2 LS_R LS_L REV FS G_LBR G_LBR_INV CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CS5 CS6 CS7 CS8 CS9 CS10 CS11 CS12

DVCC

3KAB 1K0

3KAW

3KAV

3KAY

3KBZ

GCE

SCL-TCON SDA-TCON BIT_SDI BIT_SDO BIT_SCS BIT_SCK


SDI

3KAZ

7KAA-4 UPD809900F1-S11-KNB-A

GPS

LS

F
RES 2KDD 100n

SDI SDO SCS SCK

REV FS G_LBR G_LBR_INV

PX3A+ PX3APX3B+ PX3BPX3C+ PX3CPX3D+ PX3DPX3E+ PX3EPX3CLK+ PX3CLK-

FKBK FKBL FKBM FKBN FKBP FKBQ FKBR FKBT FKBU FKBV FKBW FKDA

GND
A1 B1 C1 D1 W1 Y1 AA1 AB1 AB8 AB15 AB22 AA22 Y22 W22 M22 G22 D22 C22 B22 A22 A17 A12 A11 A6 AA8 AA15 W21 M21 G21 F21 E21 B17 B12 B11 B6 Y8 Y15 W20 M20 C17 C12 C11 C6 D4 H4 J4 M4 R4 T4 V4 W4 W5 W8 W9 W10 W13 W14 W15 W18 W19 V19 E14 E13 E10 E9 H9 V9
MINI_AGND

GND

GND

GND

GND

RES 3KCB

100R

10K

GND

GND

PX4A+ PX4APX4B+ PX4BPX4C+ PX4CPX4D+ PX4DPX4E+ PX4EPX4CLK+ PX4CLK-

FKBY FKBZ FKCA FKCB FKCC FKCD FKCE FKCF FKCG FKCH FKCJ FKCK

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

H
+VDISP EN RESET SELLVDS R_L U_D 3KBY 2KCF 100K 4u7

9KAA

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

I
3KBU 1K8 0.5% SGND2 2KCH 2KCL 4n7

7KAC MP2301ENE-LF 2 VIN 7 EN 6 8 COMP SS

VCC_3V3

2KCE BS SW 1 3 5 2KCJ 10n 5KAG 4u5 RES 2KCK 2KCG 3KBV 7K5 22u FKDD 47u 6.3V 8 VCC_1V2 100n 7KAB LM75BDP 7 6 5 15K A0 A1 GND A2

GND

GND

10K 8 3KBJ-1 1

10K 7

10K 5

cKAA

3KBW

SCL

FKAJ

10K

3n3

SDA

3KBJ-2

3KBJ-4

3 3KBJ-3 6

FB VIA GND GND_HS 4 9 10 11

OS

NC 3 2 4 FKAH

GND

GND

T19 R19 N19 M19 D19 D18 D15 D12 D11 D8 D5 E5 H5 J5 T5 V5 V8 V15 V18 T18 R18 N18 M18 J18 H18 E18 E15 E12 E11 E8 J8 K8 P8 R8 R9 R13 R14 R15 P15 H15 H14 J9 K9 P9 P13 P14 J13 L10 M10 N10 N11 N12 K13 L11 M11 M12 L12

J
SGND2 SGND2 SGND2

LVDS_AGND

VDD33

LVDS_AGND

DGND

SSCG_AGND

OS_ON-OFF 100Hz_120Hz MODE2

SSCG_AGND DGND MINI_AGND12 MINI_AGND34

K4 N4 K5 N5 K15 J15 H13 K14 J14

V13

1KAA E2 2KAA A2 2KAB A2 2KAC A3 2KAD A3 2KAE B3 2KAF B3 2KAG C3 2KAH C3 2KAJ C3 2KAK C3 2KAL A6 2KAM A6 2KAN A7 2KAP A7 2KAQ B7 2KAR B7 2KAT A7 2KAU A8 2KAV A8 2KAW A8 2KAY A8 2KAZ A9 2KBA A9 2KBB A10 2KBC A10 2KBD A10 2KBE A11 2KBF A11 2KBG A11 2KBH A11 2KBJ A11 2KBK B10 2KBL B10 2KBM B10 2KBN B11 2KBP B11 2KBQ B11 2KBR B11 2KBT B11 2KBU B12 2KBV B12 2KBW B12 2KBY A12 2KBZ A12 2KCA A13 2KCB A13 2KCC A13 2KCD A13 2KCE I8 2KCF I3 2KCG I5 2KCH J3 2KCJ I4 2KCK I5 2KCL I3 2KCM B12 2KCN A8 2KCP A9 2KCQ A9 2KCR A10 2KCT A14 2KCV A14 2KCW B12 2KCY B13 2KCZ B13 2KDA B13 2KDB B13 2KDC F2 2KDD F2 3KAA E3 3KAB E3 3KAC E3 3KAD E3 3KAE F3 3KAF E5 3KAG C8 3KAH C8 3KAJ C8 3KAK C8 3KAL C8 3KAM C9 3KAN D8 3KAP D8 3KAQ D8 3KAR D8 3KAT D8 3KAU D9 3KAV E8 3KAW E8 3KAY E8 3KAZ E8 3KBA E9 3KBB G8 3KBC G8 3KBD G8 3KBE G8 3KBF G8 3KBG G9 3KBH H10 3KBJ-1 J9 3KBJ-2 J10 3KBJ-3 J10 3KBJ-4 J10

3KBK D12 3KBL E12 3KBM E12 3KBN F12 3KBP G12 3KBQ G12 3KBR H12 3KBT I12 3KBU I2 3KBV I5 3KBW J5 3KBY I3 3KBZ E8 3KCA E2 3KCB G2 5KAA A3 5KAB B3 5KAC B3 5KAD C3 5KAE A6 5KAF B6 5KAG I4 5KAH B5 5KAJ C5 5KAK C5 7KAA-1 E5 7KAA-2 C11 7KAA-3 A16 7KAA-4 E16 7KAB I8 7KAC I3 9KAA H10 FKAA A3 FKAB B3 FKAC B3 FKAD C3 FKAE A7 FKAF B7 FKAH J9 FKAJ J9 FKAK C7 FKAL C7 FKAM C7 FKAN C7 FKAP C7 FKAQ C7 FKAR C7 FKAT D7 FKAU D7 FKAV D7 FKAW D7 FKAY D7 FKAZ D7 FKBA D7 FKBB E7 FKBC E7 FKBD E7 FKBE E7 FKBF E7 FKBG E7 FKBH E7 FKBJ E7 FKBK F7 FKBL F7 FKBM F7 FKBN F7 FKBP F7 FKBQ F7 FKBR F7 FKBT F7 FKBU F7 FKBV F7 FKBW F7 FKBY G7 FKBZ G7 FKCA G7 FKCB G7 FKCC G7 FKCD G7 FKCE G7 FKCF G7 FKCG G7 FKCH G7 FKCJ H7 FKCK H7 FKCL E6 FKCM E6 FKCN E6 FKCP E6 FKCQ F6 FKCR F6 FKCT F6 FKCU F6 FKCV F6 FKCW F6 FKCY F6 FKCZ F6 FKDA F7 FKDB B2 FKDC C7 FKDD I5 FKDE D7 cKAA J4

2KAA

10u 2KAB

2KAL

1n0

1n0

1n0

1n0

100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

RES 2KDC

100n

3KBC

3KBD

3KBB

3KBE

3KBF

3KBA 100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

3KAM 100R

100R

100R

100R

100R

1n0

RES 3KBH 4 +VS

2K2

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

2009-11-16

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

3139 123 6481


18970_514_100322.eps 100322

2010-Mar-26

Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 70

SSB: TCON DC/DC

B14B
1 A

TCON DC/DC
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 A
1KFA B3 1KFB B3 2KFA B9 2KFB B9 2KFC B9 2KFD B10 2KFE B11 2KFG B12 2KFH B13 2KFK B13 2KFL B13 2KFM C12 2KFN C12 2KFP E10 2KFQ E11 2KFR E11 2KFT E11 2KFU F10 2KFV F10 2KFW F10 2KFZ J12 2KGA I10 2KGB I10 2KGC F8 2KGD E7 2KGE E7 2KGF E7 2KGG E7 2KGH E7 2KGJ D7 2KGK C8 2KGL C9 2KGM E13 2KGN F14 2KGP F14 2KGQ F15 2KGR F15 2KGT F16 2KGU F15 2KGV F9 2KGW E15 2KGY B2 2KGZ B3 2KHG B11 2KHH L5 2KHK B13 2KHN B6 2KHP B7 2KHQ B7 2KHR B7 2KHT B7 2KHU B8 2KHW J12 3KFA B9 3KFB C9 3KFC C11 3KFD C11 3KFE B12 3KFF C12 3KFG D10 3KFH D12 3KFJ E11 3KFK E9 3KFL E9 3KFM F14 3KFN F14 3KFP E15 3KFQ F16 3KFR B4 3KFT J13 3KFU J14 3KFV J13 3KFW I12 3KFY I9 3KFZ I9 3KGA K6 3KGB K5 3KGC L5 3KGD F7 3KGE D7 3KGF E6 3KGG I12 5KFA B10 5KFB B2 5KFC B2 5KFD E14 6KFA B11 6KFB F14 6KFC E16 6KFD J13 6KFE B4 6KFF I6 7KFA-1 D8 7KFA-2 G8 7KFB J13 7KFC J13 7KFD B12 7KFE B10 7KFF F9 9KFB-1 A10 9KFB-2 A10 9KFB-3 A10 9KFB-4 B10 9KFC-1 A12 9KFC-2 A12 9KFC-3 A12 9KFC-4 B12 9KFD F7 9KFE-1 I13 9KFE-2 I13 9KFE-3 I13 9KFE-4 I13 9KFF L5 FKFA J14 FKFB E15 FKFC B4 FKFD B14 FKFE C5 FKFG H5 FKFH I5 FKFJ L5 FKFK E16 cKFA F8

B14B
RES RES RES RES +VDISP FKFC +VDISP FOR DEBUG ONLY +VDISP 1 2 3 4 9KFB-1 9KFB-2 9KFB-3 9KFB-4 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 9KFC-1 9KFC-2 9KFC-3 9KFC-4 8 7 6 5

DISPLAY INTERFACING - VDISP


1KFA T 3.0A 32V RES 5KFB +VDISP-INT RES 2KGY 2KGZ 100n RES 1KFB T 3.0A 32V

VLS_15V6_B

10u RES 2KHK

2KFH

10u RES 2KFL

22u

RES 2KHQ

10u 2KHG

2KHN

RES 2KHR

10u 2KHU

100n RES 2KHP

100n RES 3KFA

39K RES 2KFG

RES 2KHT

10u 2KFC

2KFD

2KFA

2u2 2KFB

2KFE

RES 3KFE

2K2

10u

10u

10u

2u2

30R

2K2

LTST-C190KGKT

10u

10n

3KFR

6KFE

47u 16V

3KFB RES 3KFF 100K 10K 39K 1n0 VLS_FB RES 2KFM 3KFC FKFE VLS_15V6

2u2

30R RES 5KFC

6u8

SS34

47u 25V RES 2KFK

7KFE FDS9435A 8 7 3 6 2 5 1

5KFA

6KFA

RES 7KFD FDS9435A 8 3 7 2 6 1 5

FKFD VLS_15V6

C
2KGL 3KFD RES 2KFN 3K3 2u2 4u7 1n0 VGL_-6V

2KGK

7KFA-1 ISL97653AIRZ SUPP

SGND1

SGND1

38 1 PVIN LX 1 2 FBB

D
SGND1

2KGJ 4n7

3KGE 10K SGND1 VCC_3V3

30 27 26 36 15 16 17 18 24 25 9 7

COMP HVS EN PROT P C1 N P C2 N CTL CDEL VL CM2 GND_HS

34 35 29 28 21 20 23 22 10 11 13 2 3 4 8 40 39 31 6KFB SS24 2KGV RES 7KFF KTA1718D RES 3KFK RES 3KFL 2K2 2K2 VCC_3V3 RES 3KFG SGND1 2K2 RES 3KFH VLS_15V6 2K2 RES 2KFP 100n SGND1 2KFQ 3KFJ 2KFR 2KFT 220n 39K 820p 220n 2KGM 1u0 5KFD 4u5 FKFB VCC_3V3 FKFK VGL_-6V 16V 22u 2KGT 3KFQ 22u 16V 1n0 2KGQ RES 2KGN 22u RES 2KGR 2u2 RES 2KGU 3KFM 20K 2K2

RSET POUT FBP DRN COM VREF FBN NOUT CB 1 LXL 2 FBL LDO-CTL LDO-FB TEMP

2KGG 2KGH RES 3KGF 2K2 2KGD 2KGE 2KGF SGND1

100n 100n

SGND1 2KGW 3KFP 100p 240K 6KFC RB550EA 1 2 3

GSLOP

220n 4u7 4n7

5 4

AGND

SUPN

PGND 32 33 5 6 14

12

37

41

10n

13K 0.5% 2KGC

RES 3KGD

9KFD

2u2

1 RES 2KGP cKFA SGND1 2 22u 16V 2u2 RES 2KFW RES 2KFU 2u2 RES 2KFV VCC_1V2 3KFN 12K 1n0

VLS_15V6_B

+VDISP

SGND1

SGND1

SGND1

42 43 44 45

57 56 55 54

7KFA-2 ISL97653AIRZ

G
VIA 53 52 51 50

VIA VIA

VIA
VIA

H
FKFG 13K 0.5%

46 47 48 49

VGL_FB

SGND1

VGH_FB

FKFH

RES 3KGG

RES 3KFW

RES 2KGA

3KFY

100n

27K

2K2

I
2KGB 3KFZ 750K 100p 6KFF RB550EA 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 9KFE-1 9KFE-2 9KFE-3 9KFE-4 8 7 6 5 FKFA PMEG1030EJ VGH_35V 3KFU 10K RES 6KFD 1

5 4 2KHW 4u7 RES 2KFZ RES 3KFT 100n

RES 7KFB 2SB1767 2 3 13K 0.5%

RES 3KFV RES 7KFC 2N7002 2 3 1 GSLOP

3K6

K
3KGA VGH_35V 75K 3KGB 75K

RESET

FKFJ

9KFF 3KGC

RES 2KHH

100n

16K

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17
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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 71

SSB: P Gamma & VCOM & Flash

B14C
1 A

P Gamma & Vcom & Flash


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A
1KQA E15 1KQB G15 2HRK C12 2KQA B2 2KQB B2 2KQC B3 2KQD B4 2KQE B4 2KQF B5 2KQG D7 2KQH D7 2KQJ D8 2KQK D8 2KQM E7 2KQN E7 2KQP E8 2KQQ E8 2KQR G7 2KQT G7 2KQU G8 2KQW G8 2KQY G4 2KQZ G3 2KRA G4 2KRB G5 2KRH I8 2KRJ C12 2KRL C13 2KRM C13 2KRN C14 2KRQ D13 2KRT G5 3KQA B2 3KQB B3 3KQC B2 3KQD C3 3KQE C2 3KQF D3 3KQG B5 3KQH-1 C8 3KQH-2 C8 3KQH-3 C7 3KQH-4 C7 3KQJ C9 3KQK C9 3KQL C9 3KQM C9 3KQN C9 3KQP C9 3KQQ C9 3KQR D9 3KQT D9 3KQU D9 3KQW E9 3KQY E9 3KQZ E9 3KRA E9 3KRB E9 3KRC E9 3KRD F9 3KRE F9 3KRF F9 3KRG G4 3KRH G5 3KRJ G4 3KRK G4 3KRL-1 E8 3KRL-2 E8 3KRL-3 E7 3KRL-4 E7 3KRM-1 G8 3KRM-2 G8 3KRM-3 G7 3KRM-4 G7 3KTD I6 3KTE I7 3KTF I9 3KTG K9 3KTH K7 3KTJ K7 3KTK I9 3KTL I10 3KTM K9

B14C
VCC_3V3

ASIC OPTIONS

3KQA 3KQC 3KQE

32 INCH 100K 6K2 10K

40/46/52 INCH 39K 2K7 3K9


RES 3KTW 2K2 3KTV 2K0 2K0 2K2 2K0 2K2 2K0 VLS_15V6 VCC_3V3 VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6 RES 3KYD RES 3KYC 3KYA 3KTU RES 3KYB

VREF_15V2 100K 0.5%

3KQG

2KQC

2KQD

2KQA

2KQB

3KQA

3KQB

2KQE

2KQF

100n

100n

100n

SDA-TCON SCL-TCON 10u FKQG FKQH FKQJ FKQK FKQL FKQM 1n0 3KYG 100HZ_120HZ OS_ON-OFF SELLVDS R_L U_D MODE2

6K2 0.5%

18K 0.5%

*
3KQC

3KQD

2K2 RES 2KRM

2K0 RES 2HRK

2K2 RES 2KRJ

10K 0.5%

3KQE

27

OUT2 INPCOM|DVR_OUT OUT3

3 4 7 8 6 7 1 3KQH-1 8 3KQH-4 5 10R 3KQH-2 10R 3KQH-3 10R 10R 9 10 11 16 15 18

*
3KQF 3K3 0.5% SCL-TCON SDA-TCON FKQR FKQT VCC_3V3
NC

RES 3KQJ RES 3KQK 9KQA RES 3KQL RES 3KQM RES 3KQN 9KQB RES 3KQP RES 3KQQ 9KQC RES 3KQR RES 3KQT

100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R

FKMD FKMC FKMB FKMA FKMF FKME

VH127 VH159 VH191 VH247 VH63 VH95 VH127 VH159 VH191 VH31 VH63 VH95

2K0

29

AVDD VSD OUT1

FKLZ

VH255

2K2 RES 2KRL

2K2 RES 2KRN

7KQA ISL24837IRZ-T13

REFIN_INN

OUT4 OUT5

32

REFIN INN5

SET

OUT6 INN6

28

I2C SWITCH (VGA VCOM)


RES 7KQH PCA9540B

VCC_3V3

FKMG 100R 100R

13 12

SCL SDA

OUT7 INN7

30

SET_COMP OUT8

3 VDD SC0 NC 5 SC1 8 SCL-TCON

D
SD0 NC 4 SD1 7 SDA-TCON

FKMH RES 3KQU 2K2

VH0

VGA-SCL-EDID-TCON FKYH

10K

NC

31

V_THERM

INN8 OUT9

17 19 22 23 24 9KQD RES 3KQW RES 3KQY RES 3KQZ RES 3KRA 9KQE RES 3KRB RES 3KRC

FKQW

FKMJ FKMK FKML FKYA FKYD FKYC FKYB

VL0 VL31 VL63 VL95 VL191 VL159 VL127 VL63 VL95 VGA-SDA-EDID-TCON FKYG

1 2

SCL SDA
INP FIL

14

BANKSEL OUT10

I2 C -BUS CTRL

3KTQ

1 3KRL-1 8

3KRL-4

10R

INNCOM GND 6 20 GND_HS 33

26

INNCOM

10R

OUTCOM

10R 3KRL-3

10R 3KRL-2

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

10K

OUT11 OUT12 VIA

100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R

VSS 6

25

OUTCOM

E
RES 1KQA SCK SDO SCS SDI WP VCC FKQA FKQB FKQC FKQD FKQU 1 2 3 4 5 6 NC 7 8 9 FKQE 11

DEBUG ONLY
100n

FKQQ

VCOM BUFFER

+VDISP 8 7 6 5

RES 3KRD 9KQF RES 3KRE RES 3KRF cKQB

100R 100R 100R

FKYE

VL247 VL191 VL159 VL127 VL255

EN

10

9KQG-1 9KQG-2 9KQG-3 9KQG-4

FKYF

502382-0970 CS_H INNCOM CS_L VREF_15V2 VCC_3V3

2KRB

1 3KRM-1 8

RES 3KYH

3KRM-4

10R 3KRM-3

10R 3KRM-2

3KTR

10R

10R

7KQD PBSS4540X 2KQY 10u

2K2

10K

68p

VREF_15V2

1K0 0.5% RES 2KRT

RES 3KYP

OUTCOM 3KRG 3KRH 0R51 100n

RES 1KQB SDA-TCON SCL-TCON 1 2 3 4 6 RES 3KYJ

100n 2KQW

2KQR

100n 2KQU

100n 2KQT

100n

G
VCOM

OUTCOM RES 3KYQ

BYPASS_MODE SCL-TCON RES 9KQH RES 9KQJ RES 9KQK SCL-DISP

FKQF

G
5

FKLY 22u 16V

3KRJ 750R 0.5% RES 2KRA 3KRK 0R51 100n

502382-0470 10K

RES 3KYN

2KQZ

SDA-TCON BYPASS_MODE

SDA-DISP CTRL-DISP

7KQC PBSS5330X

VCC_3V3

MSS1P4

6KQA

SCK SDO WP

VCC

2KRH

3KTD

RES 3KTE

RES 3KTK

3KTF

RES 3KTL

I
2K2

EN

7KQB 8 AT25DF321-SU

6 5 2

SCK SI SO

(32K) FLASH

CS HOLD WP

1 7 3 FKQP

SCS

SDI

4 3KTM RES 3KTH RES 3KTT RES 3KTJ 2K2 2K2 2K2 2K2

RES 3KTN

2K2

3KTN K9 3KTP D3 3KTQ E3 3KTR G8 3KTT K10 3KTU B11 3KTV B11 3KTW B12 3KTY C12 3KTZ C12 3KYA B12 3KYB B13 3KYC B13 3KYD B14 3KYE C13 3KYF C14 3KYG C14 3KYH G14 3KYJ G14 3KYK C13 3KYM G2 3KYN H2 3KYP G6 3KYQ G6 6KQA H6 7KQA B4 7KQB J8 7KQC H4 7KQD G4 7KQH D13 9KQA C9 9KQB C9 9KQC D9 9KQD E9 9KQE E9 9KQF F9 9KQG-1 F4 9KQG-2 F4 9KQG-3 F4 9KQG-4 F4 9KQH G12 9KQJ G12 9KQK H12 FKLY G2 FKLZ C10 FKMA C10 FKMB C10 FKMC C10 FKMD C10 FKME C10 FKMF C10 FKMG D10 FKMH D10 FKMJ D10 FKMK E10 FKML E10 FKQA E14 FKQB E14 FKQC F14 FKQD F14 FKQE F14 FKQF G13 FKQG B15 FKQH B15 FKQJ B15 FKQK B15 FKQL B15 FKQM C15 FKQP J9 FKQQ F4 FKQR D3 FKQT D3 FKQU F14 FKQW D3 FKYA E10 FKYB E10 FKYC E10 FKYD E10 FKYE F10 FKYF F10 FKYG E12 FKYH D12 cKQB F5

22K 0.5%

21

2K2 0.5%

1u0

1u0

1n0 3KYE

1n0 3KYK

3KTY

2KQG

100n 2KQH

RES 2KRQ

100n 2KQK

100n 2KQJ

RES 3KTP

2KQM

1 2 3 4

RES 3KYM

10K

10K

10K

10K

100n 2KQQ

100n 2KQN

100n 2KQP

100n

2K2

2K2

2K2

3KTG RES

2K2

4K7

4u7

10

11

12

13

100n

1n0 3KYF

RES 3KTZ

1n0

14

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 72

SSB: MPD

B14D
VCOM

MPD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

B14D
FOR 40 / 46 / 52 INCH
+VDISP 2 7KUH 2SC5886A 3 1 VREF_15V2 VREF_15V2 +VDISP +VDISP 3KUJ 7KUC-1 MAX9650ATA 7 V+ 6 22u 16V 2KUF 22u 16V RES 2KUG 2KUQ 2KUH RES 2KUR 22u 16V 2 V4 6 V2K0 2 9 EP + 3 2KWK 100n 3KVA 10K 0.5% 3KUK 4K3 0.5% 11K 0.5%

2KUV

A
VREF_15V2 91K 0.5%

100n

FOR 32 INCH
A
100n 13K 0.5% 2KWF

3KUR

9 + EP V+

1R0

7KUA-1 MAX9650ATA 3 RES 2KUC

+VDISP 7KUG NJM2125F 4

CS_L

3KUT 33R 0.5% 22u 16V RES 2KWD 100n 2KWE

3KUY

1 3 11K 0.5%

3KUB

62R 0.5% 2

RES 2KUE

RES 3KUE

100n 2KUT

100n

1 5 8 1K0 0.5% 3KUC

100n

100n

2K0

NC

RES 3KUL

NC 8 5 1

RES 2KUD

RES 2KUU

1n0

1n0

7KUF ISL24016IRTZ 1 2 3 IN 4 5 6 7 REFH REFL + + INB INA 32 31 30 29 27 26 25 10 11 RES 2KWG 1n0 RES 2KWH 13 14 15 16 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CS5 CS6

AVDD 7KUC-2 MAX9650ATA 14 13 12 VIA 11 10 CS1U CS2U CS3U CS4U CS5U CS6U CS7U CS8U CS9U CS10U CS11U CS12U 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 19 20 21 22 23 NC 24
NC

C
VREF_15V2 16K 0.5% 3KUF

7KUA-2 MAX9650ATA 14 13 12 VIA 11 10

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT5 OUT6 OUT7 OUTA OUTB NC

39K 0.5%

3KUD

VIA
VIA

19 18 17 16 15

19 18 17 16 15

VIA
VIA

28

3KUZ

CS_H CS_L

+VDISP 7KUB-1 MAX9650ATA 3KUU 3 +

+VDISP 7KUD-1 MAX9650ATA + 3 2KUW 470n

9 EP 7 7 V+ 6 6 22u 16V RES 2KUL 22u 16V 100n 2KWA 2KUM RES 3KUM RES 3KUH V2K0 4 V+

9 EP

CS_H 12K 0.5%

18 17
NC

10K RES 2KUP 100n 2

2KUK

2KUY

RES 2KUZ

100n

100n

100n

2K0

NC 1 5 8 4

V-

NC 8 5 1

VIA

VCC_3V3

VLS_15V6

GND_HS 33 7KUD-2 MAX9650ATA 14 13 12 VIA 11 10

GND 12

7KUB-2 MAX9650ATA 14 13 12 VIA 11 10

VIA
VIA

19 18 17 16 15

19 18 17 16 15

VIA
VIA

E
CS1U CS1U FKUA

7KUE MAX17079GTL

VCC VH1 VH2 CS1 CS7 CS2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 A1 B1

VL2 VL1 VLS OA1 32

OB1 A2 B2 OA2 A3 B3 OB2 A4 B4 OA3 A5 B5 OB3 A6 B6 OA4 A7 B7 OB4

31

CS2U

CS2U

FKUB

CS8 CS3 CS9 CS4 CS10 CS5 CS11

30

CS3U

CS3U

FKUC

29

CS4U

CS4U

FKUD

28

CS5U

CS5U

FKUE

27

CS6U

CS6U

FKUF

CS6 CS12

G
26 CS7U CS7U FKUG 25 CS8U CS8U FKUH

RESET

39 40 33

EN CH ST|NC OB5 23 CS10U CS10U FKUL OA5 24 CS9U CS9U FKUK

ITEM NO 40 INCH 2KUK Y 2KUM Y 2KUN Y 2KUQ Y 2KUT Y 2KUV Y 2KWC Y 3KUF Y 3KUG Y 3KUJ Y 3KUK Y 3KUU Y 3KVA Y 3KWK Y 7KUB Y 7KUC Y 7KUE Y

46/52 INCH Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

100n 2KWW

100n 2KWM

100n 2KWQ

100n 2KWU

100n 2KWR

2KWN

100n 2KWP

100n 2KWY

2KWZ

2KWT

100n 2KWL

100n 2KWJ

AGND DGND GND_HS 15 37 41

10

11

100n

12

100n

13

100n

ITEM NO 40 INCH 2KUA N 2KUB N 2KUF N 2KUH N 2KUW N 2KUY N 2KWA N 3KUA N 3KUB N 3KUC N 3KUD N 7KUA N 7KUD N

46/52 INCH Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

OA6

22

CS11U

CS11U

FKUM

VIA

OB6

21

CS12U

CS12U

FKUN

10R

10R

OA7

10R

20

OB7

19

2KUA B1 2KUB B1 2KUC B2 2KUD B3 2KUE B4 2KUF B4 2KUG B4 2KUH B5 2KUJ D3 2KUK D4 2KUL D4 2KUM D5 2KUN E5 2KUP D2 2KUQ B6 2KUR B6 2KUT B7 2KUU B7 2KUV A5 2KUW D8 2KUY D6 2KUZ D6 2KWA D7 2KWB D7 2KWC E6 2KWD B12 2KWE B12 2KWF A14 2KWG C13 2KWH C13 2KWJ I13 2KWK B8 2KWL I13 2KWM I13 2KWN I12 2KWP I12 2KWQ I12 2KWR I12 2KWT I11 2KWU I11 2KWW I11 2KWY I11 2KWZ I10 3KUA B1 3KUB B1 3KUC B1 3KUD C1 3KUE B3 3KUF C1 3KUG D1 3KUH D3 3KUJ B9 3KUK B9 3KUL B7 3KUM D7 3KUN-1 I12 3KUN-2 I13 3KUN-3 I13 3KUN-4 I13 3KUP-1 I11 3KUP-2 I12 3KUP-3 I12 3KUP-4 I12 3KUQ-1 I10 3KUQ-2 I11 3KUQ-3 I11 3KUQ-4 I11 3KUR B12 3KUT B13 3KUU D1 3KUW A14 3KUY B13 3KUZ B14 3KVA B9 7KUA-1 B2 7KUA-2 C2 7KUB-1 C2 7KUB-2 E2 7KUC-1 B8 7KUC-2 C8 7KUD-1 C8 7KUD-2 E8 7KUE E5 7KUF B12 7KUG B14 7KUH A12 FKUA E11 FKUB F11 FKUC F11 FKUD F11 FKUE G11 FKUF G11 FKUG G11 FKUH G11 FKUK H11 FKUL H11 FKUM H11 FKUN I11

4u7 2KUB

2KUA

3KUA

100n

56K 0.5%

100n

3KUG

RES 2KWB

RES 2KUJ

1n0

2KWC

2KUN

100n

18

17

34

38

35

VCOM

16

36

100n

1n0

10R 6 3KUP-4

10R 7 3KUP-3

10R 7 3KUQ-3

10R 6 3KUQ-4

10R 8 3KUQ-2

3KUQ-1

10R 8 3KUP-2

3KUN-1

10R 3KUN-2

10R 3KUN-4

10R 3KUN-3

3KUP-1

1n0

14
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3KUW

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 73

SSB: Mini LVDS

B14E
1
G_LBR G_LBR_INV

Mini LVDS
2
9KLA 3KLA RES 2K0

B14E
3 4 5
G_LBR G_LBR_INV

6
RES 3KMJ 9KLB 2K0

9
1KA1 B4 1KA2 B9 2KLA H3 2KLB H4 2KLD H8 2KLE H8 3KLA A2 3KLB A1 3KLC A2 3KLD A2 3KLE A2 3KLF B2 3KLG B2 3KLH B2 3KLJ B2 3KLK B2 3KLL B2 3KLM B2 3KLN B2 3KLP B2 3KLQ B1 3KLR-1 C3 3KLR-2 C3 3KLR-3 C3 3KLR-4 C3 3KLT-1 F3 3KLT-2 F3 3KLT-3 F3 3KLT-4 F3 3KLU H2 3KLV H2 3KLW H2 3KLY I2 3KLZ I2 3KMA I1 3KMB I2 3KMC I2 3KMD I2 3KME I2 3KMF I2 3KMG I2 3KMH I2 3KMJ A7 3KMK A7 3KML A7 3KMM A7 3KMN A6 3KMP B7 3KMQ B7 3KMR B7 3KMT B7 3KMU B7 3KMV B7 3KMW B7 3KMZ B7 3KNA B7 3KNB B6 3KNC-1 C8 3KNC-2 C8 3KNC-3 C8 3KNC-4 C8 3KND-1 F8 3KND-2 F8 3KND-3 F8 3KND-4 F8 3KNE H7 3KNF H7 3KNG H7 3KNH I7 3KNJ I7 3KNK I7 3KNL I6 3KNM I7 3KNN I7 3KNP I7 3KNQ I7 3KNR I7 3KNV I7 9KLA A2 9KLB A7 FKLA G6 FKLB G6 FKLC I4 FKLE G6 FKLF G6 FKLG E1 FKLH G1 FKLK G6 FKMU E1 FKMV E1 FKMW E1 FKMY E1 FKMZ E1 FKNA E1 FKNB E1 FKNC E1 FKND E1 FKNE E1 FKNF E1 FKNG F1 FKNH F1 FKNJ F1 FKNK F1 FKNL F1 FKNM F1 FKNN F1 FKNP F1 FKNQ G1 FKNR G1 FKNT G1 FKNU G1 FKNV G1 FKNW G1 FKNY G1 FKNZ E6 FKPA E6 FKPB E6 FKPC E6 FKPD E6 FKPE E6 FKPF E6 FKPG E6 FKPH E6 FKPJ E6 FKPK E6 FKPL E6 FKPM F6 FKPN F6 FKPP F6 FKPQ F6 FKPR F6 FKPT F6 FKPU F6 FKPV F6 FKPW G6 FKPY G6 FKPZ G6
1 2009-11-16

A
2K0 2K0 2K0

SCK RES 3KLB 2K0 BIT_SCK

RES 3KLC RES 3KLD RES 3KLE

2K0 2K0 2K0

SCK RES 3KMN 2K0

RES 3KMK RES 3KML RES 3KMM

RES 3KLF RES 3KLG RES 3KLH

2K0 2K0 2K0

BIT_SCK

RES 3KMP RES 3KMQ RES 3KMR

2K0 2K0 2K0

BIT_SDI

B
SDI RES 3KLQ 2K0 GSP2 GSP1 GCK_L GOE_L

RES 3KLJ RES 3KLK RES 3KLL

2K0 2K0 2K0

BIT_SDI

RES 3KMT RES 3KMU RES 3KMV

2K0 2K0 2K0

B
1KA2 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 82

RES 3KLM RES 3KLN RES 3KLP

2K0 2K0 2K0 VGL_-6V VGH_35V

1KA1 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 82

SDI RES 3KNB 2K0 GSP2 GSP1 GCK_R GOE_R CS1U CS2U CS3U CS4U CS5U CS6U CS7U CS8U CS9U CS10U CS11U CS12U VCOM VH255 VH247 VH191 VH159 VH127 VH95 VH63 VH31 VH0 R_LVB5+ R_LVB5R_LVB4+ R_LVB4R_LVB3+ R_LVB3R_LVCKB+ R_LVCKBR_LVB2+ R_LVB2R_LVB1+ R_LVB1R_LVB0+ R_LVB0-

RES 3KMW RES 3KMZ RES 3KNA

2K0 2K0 2K0 VGL_-6V VGH_35V

3KLR-4 3KLR-3 3KLR-2 3KLR-1

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

100R 100R 100R 100R

3KNC-1 3KNC-2 3KNC-3 3KNC-4

1 2 3 4

8 100R 7 100R 6 100R 5 100R

CS1U CS2U CS3U CS4U CS5U CS6U CS7U CS8U CS9U CS10U CS11U CS12U VCOM VH255 VH247 VH191 VH159 VH127 VH95 VH63 VH31 VH0 L_LVB5+ L_LVB5L_LVB4+ L_LVB4L_LVB3+ L_LVB3L_LVCKB+ L_LVCKBL_LVB2+ L_LVB2L_LVB1+ L_LVB1L_LVB0+ L_LVB0-

FKMU FKMV FKMW FKLG FKMY FKMZ FKNA FKNB FKNC FKND FKNE FKNF FKNG FKNH VCC_3V3

FKNZ FKPA FKPB FKPC FKPD FKPE FKPF FKPG FKPH FKPJ FKPK FKPL FKPM FKPN VCC_3V3

FS REV LS_L L_LVA5+ L_LVA5L_LVA4+ L_LVA4L_LVA3+ L_LVA3L_LVCKA+ L_LVCKAL_LVA2+ L_LVA2L_LVA1+ L_LVA1L_LVA0+ L_LVA0FKNJ FKNK FKNL FKNM FKNN FKNP FKNQ FKNR FKNT FKNU FKNV FKNW FKLH FKNY VLS_15V6 VL0 VL31 VL63 VL95 VL127 VL159 VL191 VL247 VL255

3KLT-4 3KLT-3 3KLT-2 3KLT-1

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

100R 100R 100R 100R

FS REV LS_R R_LVA5+ R_LVA5R_LVA4+ R_LVA4R_LVA3+ R_LVA3R_LVCKA+ R_LVCKAR_LVA2+ R_LVA2R_LVA1+ R_LVA1R_LVA0+ R_LVA0FKPP FKPQ FKPR FKPT FKPU FKPV FKPW FKLK FKPY FKPZ FKLA FKLB FKLE FKLF VLS_15V6 VL0 VL31 VL63 VL95 VL127 VL159 VL191 VL247 VL255

3KND-3 3KND-2 3KND-4 3KND-1

3 2 4 1

6 100R 7 100R 5 100R 8 100R

196250-80041 47u 25V 2KLB 2KLA 22n BIT_SDO RES 3KLU RES 3KLV RES 3KLW 2K0 2K0 2K0 BIT_SDO 22n FKLC SDO RES 3KNL 2K0 RES 3KMC RES 3KMD RES 3KME RES 3KMF RES 3KMG RES 3KMH 2K0 2K0 2K0 2K0 2K0 2K0 SCS RES 3KNM RES 3KNN RES 3KNP RES 3KNQ RES 3KNR RES 3KNV 2K0 2K0 2K0 2K0 2K0 2K0 RES 3KNE RES 3KNF RES 3KNG 2K0 2K0 2K0 47u 25V 2KLE 2KLD

196250-80041

SDO RES 3KMA 2K0

RES 3KLY RES 3KLZ RES 3KMB

2K0 2K0 2K0

RES 3KNH RES 3KNJ RES 3KNK

2K0 2K0 2K0

SCS

BIT_SCS

BIT_SCS

LC10 PCB SB SSB DIGITAL

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 74

SSB: Connectors

B14F

Connectors

B14F
2 3 4 5 6
+3V3

Dummy testlands for common jig


FKZA FKZB FKZC FKZE FKZF FKZG FKZH FKZJ FKZD

LIGHT-SENSOR

3K75 2K76 100p 100R

RC RES 2K95 47n

3K76 2K77 100p 100R

LED PANEL
1M20 FK88 FK89 FK90 FK91 FK92 FK93 FK94 FK51 2K79 100p 2K81 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2041145-8

2K78

100p

B
LIGHT STRIP
1P12 1 2 3 4 6 FK50 +5V 2K93 100n 2K94 100p 3K89 100R LED-1

LED-2

3K77 100R +3V3-STANDBY

+5V LED-1 3K78 2K80 100p 100R

+3V3

+3V3 5

** C

HOTEL TV
RES 3K90 10K RES 3K93

KEYBOARD

3K79 2K82 100p 10R

502382-0470 10K

**

**

SDA-BL

3K84

100R 2K86 10p

TEMPERATURE SENSOR
1M71 1 2 3 4 2041145-4 FK96 FK98 FK97 FK99 2K84 100p 2K83 100p

* *

RES 3K91 3K80 RES 3K81 3K82 RES 3K83

100R 100R 100R 100R 100R 100R

FAN-CTRL1 TACH01 SCL-BL SCL-BL TACH02 SDA-BL BL-SPI-CLK FAN-CTRL2 3K86 3K85

2D DIMMING
1F53 FK52 FK53 FK54 FK55 FK56 2K88 100p FK57 FK58 7 9K50 2K89 FK60 100p 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 2K87 10p

100R

**

RES 3K92

100R

1K85 T 1.0A 63V 2K85 1u0 5K54 30R 5K53 30R RES

FAN-DRV BL-SPI-SDO +3V3 2

3K88-2 100R

16

RES

+12V BL-SPI-SDI 4 3K88-4 100R 5 2K90 100p

502386-1470

OVAL SCREW HOLE

ROUND SCREW HOLE 4mm

ROUND SCREW HOLE 4.5mm

BACKLIGHT-PWM-ANA-DISP BL-SPI-CSn

RES 3K71

100R

1X03 REF EMC HOLE FK5A FK5B FK5C FK5D FK5E FK5F

1X05 EMC HOLE

1X08 EMC HOLE

1 3K88-1 8 2K91 100p 100R

BACKLIGHT-PWM_BL-VS

3K87 2K92 1n0 100R

* FOR TV550 ONLY

1F53 D9 1K85 D2 1M20 B9 1M71 D1 1P12 B4 1X03 F3 1X05 F4 1X08 F5 2K76 A8 2K77 B8 2K78 B8 2K79 B8 2K80 C8 2K81 B9 2K82 C8 2K83 D2 2K84 D2 2K85 E1 2K86 C8 2K87 D8 2K88 D8 2K89 E8 2K90 E8 2K91 F8 2K92 F8 2K93 C4 2K94 C5 2K95 B7 3K71 E7 3K74 A7 3K75 A7 3K76 A7 3K77 B7 3K78 B7 3K79 C7 3K80 D2 3K81 D2 3K82 D2 3K83 D2 3K84 C7 3K85 D7 3K86 D7 3K87 F7 3K88-1 F7 3K88-2 E7 3K88-4 E7 3K89 B5 3K90 C3 3K91 D2 3K92 D2 3K93 C3 5K53 E3 5K54 E3 9K50 E8 FK50 B4 FK51 B9 FK52 D9 FK53 D9 FK54 D9 FK55 D9 FK56 D9 FK57 D9 FK58 E9 FK5A F1 FK5B F1 FK5C F1 FK5D F1 FK5E F1 FK5F F1 FK60 E9 FK88 B9 FK89 B9 FK90 B9 FK91 B9

FK92 B9 FK93 B9 FK94 B9 FK96 D1 FK97 D1 FK98 D1 FK99 D1 FKZA A1 FKZB A1 FKZC A1 FKZD A2 FKZE A1 FKZF A1 FKZG B1 FKZH B1 FKZJ B1

3K74

100K

100n

9
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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts

LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 75

Layout Small Signal Board (Top Side)

1M20
2KFD

1F53
3KFD 2KGJ 2KFN 3KFW 2KGD 2KFM 3KFG 3KGF 3KFC 3KFH

1KA2
2KQM 2KQQ 2KQN 2KQP
3KLA 9KLA

1KA1
2KLE

1HA0

1M71
2KFH
3KNC
3KMJ

1M72 2KLA

1M59
3H70 2H70 3H15 2H12 3H14 2H10 3H12 2H17

3KRL
9KLB 3KQU

2KGV

2KFP

1P12

3KRA 3KQZ CKAA 2KCH

3KRF 3KRE 9KQF

3KQR

3KQK

9KQA

2KFE

9KQE

2KLB

7KQA

3KQJ 9KQB 3KQN 3KQM

6KFA

9KQC 3KQQ

3KQH

3KRM

2KGK

2KQW 2KQU 2KQT

3KRD

2KQG 2KQH

2KCJ

2KRT

2KGG

2KQF

2KFT

3KBU

5KFA
3KFB

2KCF

2KCL

7KFA
CKFA

2KGH

3KBY

2H18

3H10

3KTM

2KQA

2KCG

2KQB

2KQC

3KQB

3KQF

2KGC

2KWM

5KFD

2KGM

2KCK

3KQD

9KFB

7KFE

7KQC

2KGL

2KFC

3KFA

2KHN

3KRJ

2KUH

3KGD

3KQC 3KQE

2KWQ

2KWN

2KWP

2KWL

2KWJ

5KAG

3KBW

3KBV

3KRH

2KRB CKQB

3KQA

3KTN

3KRK

2KWR

2KQY

2KRA

2KGP

2KRQ

3820

3821

3804 2821 3822

9KQG

3KFM

2KRN 3KYF 2HRK 3KYG

2KGY

2KHQ

2KHR

2KHT

7KQH

2KDC

3KUQ

2KWE

3KAA

3676 2118
U1

3KUY

2KDD

2KWW

2KWY

2KWZ

2619

2117 3131

1KQB

1M99

6103

2101 5100 5101

3656 3657 2528 2520 2538 2532 2410 2421 2417 2419 2420

1600

2124

2186
2159 2177

2114 2152 2154 2151

2113

7100

2102

5103
2122

3811 2818

1803

3828

2809

5115

7106

5102
2123 3130

2112

2115 2116 2179

5604
3674 3675 3673 3678

7603

7KUH

1KAA
3KAB

3KCB

2801 3813 3812

7801
3825

4802 4801 3802 4800

3KYJ

3KYH

1801

3KAL 3KAM 3KAK

3KAG 3KAJ

3KAH 3KAU

3KAT 3KAR

3KAN 3KAQ

3KAP

3KBA 3KAZ

3KAY 3KAV

3KBZ 3KAW

3KBG 3KBF

3KBE 3KBB

3KBD 3KBC

3826

3677

2KWU

6KFE

3KFR

3KUR

3KUT

2805 2804 2817

3KCA

3816

3805

2KHU

3KUF 2KWD 3KUG

2KHP

2KGZ

1KFA

7KAB

2KUK

3817

5KFC

5KFB

1KFB

7KAA

2KWH

3KRG

2KQZ

2KWG

3KYD 3KTZ

2KUP 3KUU

2KUJ 3KUH

3801 3814

7802

3827

2820

2KGU

1802

2KFB 2KFA

3KFN 2KGN

7KQD

1KQA

3KUN 3KUP
3KTW 3KTY 3KYA 2KRJ

2KGQ

2KGR

2KWT

6KFB

9KFD

3KYN

3KYM

2KUM

7KUE
3815 2803 2802

1804
4803 2819 3818 3819

2KCE

2H13

3H13

2H16

2H15

2H14

7KAC

3KQG

2KQJ 2KQK

3KTT 3KTL

2KQR

2H19

3KQT

3KQP

3H11

3KGE

2KHG

2KLD

7HA0

1H35

2H11

2266
2214

2167 2165

2164

5106
5108
5107

2521 2522 2524 2525 3620 3619 3618 3617 3616 3417 3416 3418 3419 3621 3635 2526 3513
2D10

7103

2166

5109

1M95

3113

3626 2611 3625 2610

2161 2160

6100

7600

3608

3429 3428 3430 3427

7201
2267

2527 3508 3507

3501

2529

7309 7308 3328

1900

2535

2347 2346

2905 3928 2906

2318

7400

1F00

7501

3624 2609

6101 6102
2317 3318 2328

7605

3623

3500

3622

5603

2341

5F00
3F00 3F01

5302

2343

2536

5F01

1205

2269
2D12

2B16 2B17 2539 2B15 2B12 3B12 2540 2B13 3B13 2B14 3B14 2542 2543 2544 2545 2531
3D01 2D15 3D02 3D00 3D11

3B23

2537

1735

2344

7311

2331

2324 2321

2336

3310 2335

3E06 2E06

3E02 2E02 3E04 2E04 3E00 2E00 3E01 2E01

3B00 2B00 3B02 2B02 3B03 2B03 3B04 2B04 3B05 2B05 3B06 2B06 3B07 2B07 2B08

3E05 2E05

3B10 2B10

3628

4621 3412 3408 3402 3401 3400

2322

3325

2425

3B01

1D38

7401

2323

2B01

2320

2334 3311

2345
7304
3338 2339

2551 24DG
6601 6600

3E03 2E03

3503 3502

3606

3607

2B09 2B11 3B09 3B11

3D06

3627

3629

3D04

2B42

3B08

2315 3317 2316

5301
2314

2909
2607 2608
3B20 3639 3636 3638 3637 1604

1C06

1B00

6D00

1601

3B18 3B17

3E22

1C15

1C12
3C13 2C18 3C14

1603
2F01 2F00
2C16 3C16 2C15 3C17 3C18 3C04

1C11

2E14

1C10

1C09

2B21

7900

3E19 3E21 2E15

6C20

5C01

2C05

6C19 6C00 1C00

6C08
3C01 2C03 2C02

5C03

6C09
3C02 2C04 3C03

5C04

6C10
3C05

5C05
3C06 2C06

1F01
3B15 3B16

2D11

1C14

1C08

1C07

1C05

1D01

7D00

2348 3315 2325 2333

7305

2338 3326 3327

3324 2337

3D03

3B24

2332 3312 3314 3313 2326

7306

2B43

2D14

3330 2342

1D03

6C01

6C02

5C00

6C03

6C04

5C02

1F02
1E04

1B01

1C13
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1902

1904

1901

1B02

1605

1G16

1E03

1C01

1C02

1C03

1C04

1B05

2B20

2B19

1903

3C12

2C19

2C21

2C20

3C00

2C01

2C00

2C17

3C15

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LC9.3L LA

10.

EN 76

Layout Small Signal Board (Bottom Side)

FKPQ

FKPN

FKPV

FKLK

2K86 3K84 3K85 2K87

2K90

2K89

2K91

3HE2

2HA1

2HA0

2HA2

2HA6 2HA8 2HA7 FH79 FHA0

FKUB 3KLQ 3KNL FKNY FKQB FKNQ FKZG FKNR 3KNM 3KNN 3KNH 3KNP 3KLM 3KLN 3KLD 3KLC 3KLP 3KNJ 3KLE FKND FKLG FKNL FKUK FKUH FKPT FKPR FKPL FKPK FKNM 3KLB IHA2 FKNV FKNT FKNN FKNJ FKNG FKNE FKNA FKMY FKMV FKUL FKUF FKUA FKPY FKPW FKPU FKPP FKPM FKPH FKPE FKPD FKPA FKNZ

FK54

FK5C

3K88

2K92

FK60

IHE0 IHA5 IHA1

FKQC

FK52 FKCY FKCZ 3KMN FKCN

FK53

FK55 FK56

FK57 FK58

3HA2

3K71 9K50 2K76 3K74


3KFF FK89

3KNK FKMW FKNC

IHA6 FHA5 2HE0

IHA4 FKYE

FKMJ

FKUM FKUG

3KML FKMD

FKCL

7HE0

3KLL

3KLJ

3HA0

9HE1

3KND

FK96 FKMC 3KQW 9KQD 3KQY

FK98

FK97

FK99

5K53

2K80

3K75

2K78

3K78

2K77

2K82

3K76

2K79

3KLG

3KLU

3KLH

3K91 3K83

3KMG

3KMH

FH75 5HA1 2HA3 2HA4 2HA5

FKYA 3KLW 3KLV

9HE0

9HE3

FKYC

FKUE 3KGA 3KGB FKLY FKUD

3KLR
FKCQ 3KMB FKZB 3KMA 3KLZ 3KLY 3KME FKCM 3KMD 3KMC FKCR 3KNV 3KNR 3KNF 3KNG FK5A

3KMM 3KMK FKME 3KMW FKMF 3KMZ 3KTQ 3KQL 3KTP 3KMP 3KMQ 3KMR FKMG FKMH

FKCT

3K80 3K82 3K92

2K84

FKYD 3KMF

3K93 2K83

3K90 3K81

3KLF

FKZC

2K85

9HE2

FK90

FK91

3KRC

3KRB

IHE1 IHA0

FKYB

FKQW

3KUK

3KGC

9KFF

3KUJ 3KVA 2KWK

3KUL

2KUU FKCV

FKCU

FKUC

2KRH

3KMT 3KMU 3KMV

FKFK 3KTG 3KTF FKQP 3KTH FKQQ

FKFA

7KFC

7HE1
3HA1 9HA0 9HA1 FHA6 FHA2 FHA3 3HE4 3HE3

2KUR

2KUT
FKCW

FKLZ

FKFD FKCP

1K85
6KFF
3KFT

2KFK
FKFH

7KFD
2KFU 2KFV

3KFE

FK88

FK92

FKMK

3KLT

FKMA

2KHK

3K77

3K79
FK94

FKML

FKUN

5K54

FHA1

3KLK

2K95

FK93

2KFG

3KNE 3KNA

2KUY

FH73 FH71 FH72 FH76 FH77 FH80

3HE0

FHA4 FH70

3KFU

3HE1

FKQA

3KTK

FKZA

3KTE

7KUD
2KUV

2KUF 2KUA
2KUG 2KUC 2KUB
3KBL 3KBM 3KBK FKZJ 3KBN 3KBP

FKQD

9KFE

3KFZ
2KGB 3KFY

2KFW

2KWA
2KUD 3KUE

7KQB

2KQD

6KFD

3K89
FK50 2KFQ 3KFL

7KUC

3KNB

3KUM

2KWB

2KUE

2KQE

2KUW

3KTR

FH74

FH78

3KFV 2KHW 2KFZ 7KFB

3KGG 2K93 2K94

3KNQ

3KTJ

FKQR

FKQT

2KGA

FKZD

3KFJ

3KFP

2KGE

2KUN 2KWC

6KFC

FKQE

3KTD

3KBQ

2KAY

2KCQ

2KAZ

2KUZ 2KUQ

3KUB

3KYC FKQK

2KCR

2KAW

3KUD

7KUA

2KAU FKAB 2KCP 2KCD FKQG FK5F 2KCV FKQH 3KBR

FKMB

FKQU

3KYP

2KBB

3KFQ

3KUC

2KCN

3KYQ

2KGW

2KGF

3KUA

5KAJ

2KFR

6KQA

3KFK

FKFG

FKFC

FKFB

FKDD

FKAA 2KBC 2KBD 2KCT 2KCC

2KGT

F836 F827 I803 F835 FKFJ

2KAE
2KCZ 2KBR 2KAF 2KCY 2KBU 2KBT

7KFF
2185

3800

2KBH

2KAC

7803

F832

2KBP

2KBN

5KAA

2KAA

F826

3823

5KAE

3KAE

5KAF

FKAD 2KAK 2KBJ

5KAD

2KCW

3KYB

3KAD

I809

1800
F838 I811

I802

3KAC

7KUF
F830 FKAE

2KDA

2KBV 2KAB

2KAL

I800

2KBQ

3829

I810 F800

F819

5800

F818

2800

F834

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2B22 3B21 4B01

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2E09 3E14 5E02

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FC02

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FC11

FC01

FF06

FB01

2C07

2E13

FE04

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6E02
FE03

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2B38

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IC05

3F02

3F03

2E11

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3C19

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FF07 FF05

FF08

FF10

6B01
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1B04

1B03

6E04 1E02 1E01


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FB00

6B00
2B36 3B32 2B34 2B35
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IB03 F901 F902

F931 F907 IB01 F932 F905 F908

F910 FB13 F906

1E00

3668 3666 3665 3667

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3B31

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F911

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3319 2304

2303
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5304

F620

3632 3633

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3605

2327 2319

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5300

5D00

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3344

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2311

2305

F319

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Example
Net Name Diagram

Personal Notes:

1.1.

Introduction
SRP (Service Reference Protocol) is a software tool that creates a list with all references to signal lines. The list contains references to the signals within all schematics of a PWB. It replaces the text references currently printed next to the signal names in the schematics. These printed references are created manually and are therefore not guaranteed to be 100% correct. In addition, in the current crowded schematics there is often none or very little place for these references. Either there will be an SRP reference list for a schematic, or there will be printed references in the schematic.

+12-15V AP1 (4x) +12-15V AP4 (4x) +12-15V AP5 (12x) +12-15V AP6 (4x) +12-15V AP7 (8x) +12V AP1 (4x) +12V_NF AP1 (2x) +12VAL AP1 (2x) +25VLP AP1 (4x) +25VLP AP2 (1x) +3V3-STANDBY AP5 (3x) +400V-F AP1 (2x) +400V-F AP2 (2x) +400V-F AP3 (2x) +5V2 AP1 (6x) +5V2 AP2 (1x) +5V2-NF AP1 (1x) +5V2-NF AP2 (1x) +5V-SW AP1 (6x) +5V-SW AP2 (1x) +8V6 AP1 (3x) +AUX AP1 (2x) +AUX AP2 (1x) +DC-F AP1 (2x) +DC-F AP3 (2x) +SUB-SPEAKER AP5 (1x) +SUB-SPEAKER AP6 (2x) -12-15V AP1 (4x) -12-15V AP4 (6x) -12-15V AP5 (14x) -12-15V AP6 (6x) -12-15V AP7 (8x) AL-OFF AP1 (2x) AUDIO-L AP4 (1x) AUDIO-L AP5 (1x) AUDIO-PROT AP5 (3x) AUDIO-R AP4 (1x) AUDIO-R AP5 (1x) AUDIO-SW AP5 (1x) AUDIO-SW AP7 (1x) BOOST AP1 (2x) CPROT AP4 (2x) CPROT AP5 (1x) CPROT-SW AP5 (1x) CPROT-SW AP6 (2x) -DC-F AP1 (2x) -DC-F AP3 (2x) DC-PROT AP1 (1x) DC-PROT AP5 (2x) DIM-CONTROL AP1 (2x) FEEDBACK+SW AP6 (2x) FEEDBACK-L AP4 (2x) FEEDBACK-R AP4 (2x) FEEDBACK-SW AP6 (2x) GND-AL AP1 (2x) GNDHA AP1 (40x) GNDHA AP2 (20x) GNDHA AP3 (2x) GNDHOT AP3 (2x) GND-L AP1 (2x) GND-L AP4 (4x) GND-L AP5 (34x) GND-LL AP4 (7x) GND-LL AP5 (1x) GND-LR AP4 (7x) GND-LR AP5 (1x) GND-LSW AP5 (1x) GND-LSW AP6 (15x) GND-S AP1 (11x) GND-SA AP4 (8x) GND-SA AP5 (2x) GND-SA AP6 (8x) GND-SA AP7 (6x) GNDscrew AP3 (2x) GNDscrew AP5 (2x) GND-SSB AP5 (3x) GND-SSP AP1 (51x) GND-SSP AP2 (15x) IN+SW AP6 (2x) IN-L AP4 (2x) IN-R AP4 (2x) IN-SW AP6 (2x) INV-MUTE AP4 (1x) INV-MUTE AP5 (1x) INV-MUTE AP6 (1x) LEFT-SPEAKER AP4 (1x) LEFT-SPEAKER AP5 (1x) MUTE AP4 (2x) MUTE AP5 (1x) MUTE AP6 (2x) ON-OFF AP1 (3x) OUT AP6 (1x) OUT AP7 (2x) OUTN AP6 (1x) OUTN AP7 (1x) POWER-GOOD AP1 (2x) POWER-OK-PLATFORM AP1 (2x) RIGHT-SPEAKER AP4 (1x) RIGHT-SPEAKER AP5 (1x) SOUND-ENABLE AP5 (3x) STANDBY AP1 (5x) STANDBY AP2 (1x) -SUB-SPEAKER AP5 (1x) -SUB-SPEAKER AP6 (2x) V-CLAMP AP1 (1x) V-CLAMP AP3 (2x)

1.2.

Non-SRP Schematics
There are several different signals available in a schematic:

1.2.1.

Power Supply Lines All power supply lines are available in the supply line overview (see chapter 9). In the schematics (see chapter 10) is not indicated where supplies are coming from or going to. It is however indicated if a supply is incoming (created elsewhere), or outgoing (created or adapted in the current schematic).
+5V +5V

Outgoing 1.2.2. Normal Signals

Incoming

For normal signals, a schematic reference (e.g. B14b) is placed next to the signals.
B14b signal_name

1.2.3.

Grounds For normal and special grounds (e.g. GNDHOT or GND3V3 etc.), nothing is indicated.

1.3.

SRP Schematics
SRP is a tool, which automatically creates a list with signal references, indicating on which schematic the signals are used. A reference is created for all signals indicated with an SRP symbol, these symbols are:
+5V +5V

Power supply line.

name

name

Stand alone signal or switching line (used as less as possible).


name

name

Signal line into a wire tree.


name name

Switching line into a wire tree.


name

Bi-directional line (e.g. SDA) into a wire tree.


name

Signal line into a wire tree, its direction depends on the circuit (e.g. ingoing for PDP, outgoing for LCD sets). Remarks: When there is a black dot on the signal direction arrow it is an SRP symbol, so there will be a reference to the signal name in the SRP list. All references to normal grounds (Ground symbols without additional text) are not listed in the reference list, this to keep it concise. Signals that are not used in multiple schematics, but only once or several times in the same schematic, are included in the SRP reference list, but only with one reference. Additional Tip: When using the PDF service manual file, you can very easily search for signal names and follow the signal over all the schematics. In Adobe PDF reader: Select the signal name you want to search for, with the Select text tool. Copy and paste the signal name in the Search PDF tool. Search for all occurrences of the signal name. Now you can quickly jump between the different occurrences and follow the signal over all schematics. It is advised to zoom in to e.g. 150% to see clearly, which text is selected. Then you can zoom out, to get an overview of the complete schematic. PS. It is recommended to use at least Adobe PDF (reader) version 6.x, due to better search possibilities in this version.
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Netname
+12V +12V +12VDISP +12VDISP +12VS +12VS +12VS +1V0_SW +1V0_SW +1V2_SW +1V2_SW +1V2_SW +1V2_SW +1V8_SW +1V8_SW +1V8_SW +1V8UP +24V +24VAUDIO +24VAUDIO +2V5_SW +3V3 +3V3 +3V3 +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3_SW +3V3-STANDBY +3V3-STANDBY +3V3STBY +3V3STBY +3V3STBY +3V3STBY +3V3STBY +3V3STBY +5V +5V +5V_COMBINED +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V_SW +5V5_TUN +5V5_TUN +5VS +5VTUN_DIGITAL +8V_SW +VDISP +VDISP +VDISP +VDISP +VDISP-INT +VDISP-INT 100Hz_120Hz 100Hz_120Hz 5V AFT AFT AIN0_L AIN0_L-SC2 AIN0_L-SC2 AIN0_R AIN0_R-SC2 AIN0_R-SC2 AIN1_L AIN1_L-SC1 AIN1_L-SC1 AIN1_R AIN1_R-SC1 AIN1_R-SC1 AMBI_SCL AMBI_SCL AMBI_SDA AMBI_SDA AMBI-BLANK_R1 AMBI-BLANK_R1 AMBI-LATCH1_G2 AMBI-LATCH1_G2 AMBI-LATCH2_DIS AMBI-LATCH2_DIS AMBI-PROG_B1 AMBI-PROG_B1 AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 AMBI-PWM-CLK_B2 AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT AMBI-SPI-CLK-OUT-R AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn AMBI-SPI-CS-EXTLAMPSn AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2 AMBI-SPI-CS-OUTn_R2-R AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1 AMBI-SPI-SDI-OUT_G1 AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT AMBI-SPI-SDO-OUT-R AMBI-TEMP AMBI-TEMP AOUTL AOUTL AOUTR AOUTR ARX0ARX0+ ARX1-

Diagram
B05 (1 ) B07B (1 ) B07B (1 ) B14A (1 ) B07B (6 ) B07D (2 ) B07E (1 ) B07B (2 ) B07E (1 ) B07B (2 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (2 ) B14C (1 ) B07B (3 ) B07E (1 ) B08 (9 ) B14B (2 ) B06 (2 ) B07B (1 ) B07D (1 ) B07C (2 ) B05 (4 ) B06 (6 ) B14A (1 ) B07B (2 ) B07C (5 ) B07E (7 ) B14A (21 ) B14B (11 ) B14C (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14F (1 ) B05 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B07B (1 ) B07D (2 ) B07E (9 ) B14A (4 ) B14C (1 ) B14F (1 ) B05 (2 ) B07B (1 ) B14C (8 ) B07B (3 ) B07C (3 ) B07E (4 ) B13 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14F (1 ) B07B (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07C (2 ) B07C (2 ) B07B (1 ) B02 (1 ) B03 (4 ) B04A (1 ) B04B (6 ) B03 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B14F (1 ) B07C (1 ) B14F (1 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14B (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B06 (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B07D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B07D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 )

ARX1+ ARX2ARX2+ ARX-5V ARX-5V ARXCARXC+ ARX-DDC-CLK ARX-DDC-DAT ARX-HPD ASPDIF_OUT ASPDIF_OUT AUDIO_GND AV3_L_IN AV3_L_IN AV3_R_IN AV3_R_IN BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A BACKLIGHT-BOOST-A BACKLIGHT-PWM_BL-VS BACKLIGHT-PWM_BL-VS BACKLIGHT-PWM-ANA-DISP BIT_SCK BIT_SCK BIT_SCS BIT_SCS BIT_SDI BIT_SDI BIT_SDO BIT_SDO BL-SPI-CLK BL-SPI-CLK BL-SPI-CSn BL-SPI-CSn BL-SPI-SDI BL-SPI-SDI BL-SPI-SDO BL-SPI-SDO BN BN BP BP BRX0BRX0+ BRX1BRX1+ BRX2BRX2+ BRX-5V BRX-5V BRXCBRXC+ BRX-DDC-CLK BRX-DDC-DAT BRX-HPD BYPASS BYPASS_MODE CEC CRX0CRX0+ CRX1CRX1+ CRX2CRX2+ CRX-5V CRX-5V CRXCCRXC+ CRX-DDC-CLK CRX-DDC-DAT CRX-HPD CS_H CS_H CS_L CS_L CS1 CS1 CS10 CS10 CS10U CS10U CS11 CS11 CS11U CS11U CS12 CS12 CS12U CS12U CS1U CS1U CS2 CS2 CS2U CS2U CS3 CS3 CS3U CS3U CS4 CS4 CS4U CS4U CS5 CS5 CS5U CS5U CS6 CS6 CS6U CS6U CS7 CS7 CS7U CS7U CS8 CS8

B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B07E (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14F (1 ) B07D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B07B (1 ) B14A (1 ) B05 (1 ) B06 (1 ) B05 (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B05 (1 ) B06 (3 ) B05 (1 ) B06 (2 ) B05 (1 ) B06 (2 ) B05 (1 ) B06 (3 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B07E (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14A (2 ) B04A (2 ) B14C (4 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B07E (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04B (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04B (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (1 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (1 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (1 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (2 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (2 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (2 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (2 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (2 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (1 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (1 )

CS8U CS8U CS9 CS9 CS9U CS9U CTRL-DISP CTRL-DISP CVBS_AV3 CVBS_AV3 CVBS_RF CVBS_RF CVBS0T DC_5V DC_PROT DC_PROT DDC_RESET DDC_RESET DDC-SCL DDC-SCL DDC-SDA DDC-SDA DEMOD_RESET DEMOD_RESET DM DP DRX0DRX0+ DRX1DRX1+ DRX2DRX2+ DRX-5V DRX-5V DRXCDRXC+ DRX-DDC-CLK DRX-DDC-DAT DRX-HPD DVI_AUL_IN DVI_AUR_IN EDID_SCL EDID_SCL EDID_SDA EDID_SDA EDID_WC EDID_WC EDID_WC EN EN FAN-CTRL1 FAN-CTRL2 FAN-DRV FRONTEND_SCL FRONTEND_SCL FRONTEND_SDA FRONTEND_SDA FS FS G_LBR G_LBR G_LBR_INV G_LBR_INV GAIN_SW GAIN_SW GCK_L GCK_L GCK_R GCK_R GN GN GND_CVBS_RF GND_CVBS_RF GND-SIG GNDSND GNDSND GOE_L GOE_L GOE_R GOE_R GP GP GSLOP GSLOP GSP1 GSP1 GSP2 GSP2 HDMI_CEC HDMI_CEC HDMI_RESET HDMI_RESET HP_DET HP_DET HP_DETECT HP_LOUT HP_LOUT HP_ROUT HP_ROUT HSYNC HSYNC INNCOM JTCK JTDI JTDO JTMS JTRST KEYBOARD KEYBOARD L_LVA0L_LVA0L_LVA0+ L_LVA0+ L_LVA1L_LVA1L_LVA1+ L_LVA1+

B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04B (1 ) B04B (3 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B07C (1 ) B14D (1 ) B07C (2 ) B13 (3 ) B07D (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (2 ) B07C (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14F (1 ) B14F (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (2 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14D (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14C (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14C (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (2 ) B05 (1 ) B05 (1 ) B05 (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B07C (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B07C (1 ) B14D (1 ) B07B (16 ) B07B (4 ) B07D (27 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B02 (1 ) B03 (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B07E (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14A (1 ) B07D (1 ) B14D (2 ) B07D (1 ) B14D (2 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B04A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B05 (1 ) B14F (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 )

L_LVA2L_LVA2L_LVA2+ L_LVA2+ L_LVA3L_LVA3L_LVA3+ L_LVA3+ L_LVA4L_LVA4L_LVA4+ L_LVA4+ L_LVA5L_LVA5L_LVA5+ L_LVA5+ L_LVB0L_LVB0L_LVB0+ L_LVB0+ L_LVB1L_LVB1L_LVB1+ L_LVB1+ L_LVB2L_LVB2L_LVB2+ L_LVB2+ L_LVB3L_LVB3L_LVB3+ L_LVB3+ L_LVB4L_LVB4L_LVB4+ L_LVB4+ L_LVB5L_LVB5L_LVB5+ L_LVB5+ L_LVCKAL_LVCKAL_LVCKA+ L_LVCKA+ L_LVCKBL_LVCKBL_LVCKB+ L_LVCKB+ LAMP-ON-A LAMP-ON-A LCD-PWR-ONn_A LED-1 LED-1 LED-2 LED-2 LIGHT-SENSOR LIGHT-SENSOR LS_L LS_L LS_R LS_R LVDS_AGND LVDS_AVDD MINI_AGND mini_AVDD MODE2 MODE2 MUTE MUTEn MUTEn NAND_PALE NAND_PARB NAND_PCLE NAND_PDD(0) NAND_PDD(1) NAND_PDD(2) NAND_PDD(3) NAND_PDD(4) NAND_PDD(5) NAND_PDD(6) NAND_PDD(7) NAND_POCE NAND_POOE NAND_POWE OS_ON-OFF OS_ON-OFF OUTCOM PB0P PB1P PBR0N PBR1N PBS_SPI_CLK PBS_SPI_DI PNX-SPI-CLK PNX-SPI-CS-AMBIn PNX-SPI-CS-BLn PNX-SPI-SDI PNX-SPI-SDO POWER_DOWN POWER_DOWN POWER-OK-A POWER-OK-A PR0P PR1P PWM-DIMMING PWM-DIMMING PX1APX1APX1A+ PX1A+ PX1BPX1BPX1B+ PX1B+ PX1CPX1CPX1C+

B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B07B (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14A (3 ) B05 (2 ) B07E (1 ) B05 (1 ) B07E (1 ) B05 (1 ) B14F (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (4 ) B02 (3 ) B02 (3 ) B02 (3 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B07D (2 ) B07D (1 ) B07E (1 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B04A (3 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14A (1 ) B06 (2 ) B06 (1 ) B06 (1 ) B06 (2 ) B06 (2 ) B07D (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07B (1 ) B14F (1 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B07B (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 )

PX1C+ PX1CLKPX1CLKPX1CLK+ PX1CLK+ PX1DPX1DPX1D+ PX1D+ PX1EPX1EPX1E+ PX1E+ PX2APX2APX2A+ PX2A+ PX2BPX2BPX2B+ PX2B+ PX2CPX2CPX2C+ PX2C+ PX2CLKPX2CLKPX2CLK+ PX2CLK+ PX2DPX2DPX2D+ PX2D+ PX2EPX2EPX2E+ PX2E+ PX3APX3APX3A+ PX3A+ PX3BPX3BPX3B+ PX3B+ PX3CPX3CPX3C+ PX3C+ PX3CLKPX3CLKPX3CLK+ PX3CLK+ PX3DPX3DPX3D+ PX3D+ PX3EPX3EPX3E+ PX3E+ PX4APX4APX4A+ PX4A+ PX4BPX4BPX4B+ PX4B+ PX4CPX4CPX4C+ PX4C+ PX4CLKPX4CLKPX4CLK+ PX4CLK+ PX4DPX4DPX4D+ PX4D+ PX4EPX4EPX4E+ PX4E+ R_L R_L R_LVA0R_LVA0R_LVA0+ R_LVA0+ R_LVA1R_LVA1R_LVA1+ R_LVA1+ R_LVA2R_LVA2R_LVA2+ R_LVA2+ R_LVA3R_LVA3R_LVA3+ R_LVA3+ R_LVA4R_LVA4R_LVA4+ R_LVA4+ R_LVA5R_LVA5R_LVA5+ R_LVA5+ R_LVB0R_LVB0R_LVB0+ R_LVB0+ R_LVB1R_LVB1-

B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (2 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (2 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (2 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (2 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 )

R_LVB1+ R_LVB1+ R_LVB2R_LVB2R_LVB2+ R_LVB2+ R_LVB3R_LVB3R_LVB3+ R_LVB3+ R_LVB4R_LVB4R_LVB4+ R_LVB4+ R_LVB5R_LVB5R_LVB5+ R_LVB5+ R_LVCKAR_LVCKAR_LVCKA+ R_LVCKA+ R_LVCKBR_LVCKBR_LVCKB+ R_LVCKB+ RC RC RC1 RC1 RC2 RC2 RESET RESET RESET REV REV RF_SW RF_SW RN RN RP RP RX0RX0+ RX1RX1+ RX2RX2+ RXCRXC+ S0Y1 SCK SCK SCK SCL-BL SCL-DISP SCL-DISP SCL-MAIN SCL-MAIN SCL-TCON SCL-TCON SCS SCS SCS SDA-BL SDA-DISP SDA-DISP SDA-MAIN SDA-MAIN SDA-TCON SDA-TCON SDI SDI SDI SDO SDO SDO SELLVDS SELLVDS SENSE+1V0_MTK5392 SENSE+1V0_MTK5392 SGND1 SGND2 SIF_OUT SIF_OUT SIF_OUT_1 SIF_OUT_GND SIF_OUT_GND SOG SOG SOY0 SPB0P SPB0P SPB1P SPB1P SPBR0N SPBR0N SPBR1N SPBR1N SPR0P SPR0P SPR1P SPR1P SSCG_AGND SSCG_AVDD STANDBY STANDBY STANDBYn STANDBYn SW_MUTE SW_MUTE SY0N SY0N SY0P SY0P SY1N

B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (1 ) B05 (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14D (1 ) B02 (1 ) B03 (1 ) B04B (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04C (2 ) B07C (1 ) B14A (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14C (1 ) B14D (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B05 (2 ) B04A (1 ) B07E (1 ) B14A (3 ) B14C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (5 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B05 (2 ) B04A (1 ) B07E (1 ) B14A (3 ) B14C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (5 ) B02 (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (1 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B07B (1 ) B07E (1 ) B03 (13 ) B02 (4 ) B07C (1 ) B14D (1 ) B07C (2 ) B07C (1 ) B14D (1 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B02 (3 ) B02 (3 ) B07B (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07D (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07D (1 ) B07E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B14D (1 )

SY1N SY1P SY1P TACH01 TACH02 TSO_CLK TSO_CLK TSO_DATA0 TSO_DATA0 TSO_SYNC TSO_SYNC TSO_VALID TSO_VALID TUNER_SCL TUNER_SDA U_D U_D UART_RX UART_TX UP_RESET UP_RTCK UPJTAG_TCK UPJTAG_TDI UPJTAG_TDO UPJTAG_TMS UPJTAG_TRST USB_OC USB_OC USB_PWE USB_PWE V-AMBI V-AMBI VCC VCC_1V2 VCC_1V2 VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3 VCC_3V3 VCOM VCOM VCOM VDD VDD12 VDD33 VDDA VDDO_3V3 VDDQ VGA-SCL-EDID-TCON VGA-SCL-EDID-TCON VGA-SDA-EDID-TCON VGA-SDA-EDID-TCON VGH_35V VGH_35V VGH_FB VGL_-6V VGL_-6V VGL_FB VH0 VH0 VH127 VH127 VH159 VH159 VH191 VH191 VH247 VH247 VH255 VH255 VH31 VH31 VH63 VH63 VH95 VH95 VINT VIO VL0 VL0 VL127 VL127 VL159 VL159 VL191 VL191 VL247 VL247 VL255 VL255 VL31 VL31 VL63 VL63 VL95 VL95 VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6 VLS_15V6_B VLS_FB VREF_15V2 VREF_15V2 VSYNC VSYNC WP Y0N Y0P Y1N Y1P

B14E (1 ) B14D (1 ) B14E (1 ) B05 (1 ) B05 (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07C (1 ) B07E (1 ) B07C (2 ) B07C (2 ) B02 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B14A (2 ) B14A (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14B (2 ) B14A (1 ) B14F (1 ) B14A (1 ) B14F (1 ) B06 (2 ) B14B (1 ) B04A (2 ) B02 (2 ) B03 (1 ) B02 (3 ) B03 (3 ) B04A (6 ) B04B (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04B (1 ) B04C (2 ) B07D (2 ) B02 (5 ) B02 (6 ) B07D (2 ) B14C (3 ) B02 (3 ) B04A (1 ) B13 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B13 (1 ) B03 (2 ) B04C (2 ) B03 (1 ) B03 (2 ) B04C (2 ) B03 (1 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B06 (2 ) B06 (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (1 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B04A (2 ) B04C (2 ) B03 (3 ) B04A (4 ) B04B (1 ) B04C (2 ) B03 (2 ) B03 (1 ) B04A (3 ) B04B (4 ) B13 (1 ) B14D (1 ) B04A (2 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (2 ) B14D (1 ) B14D (1 )

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EN 81

Keyboard Control Board

Keyboard Control Board

+3.3V J1 3 2 1 CON3 VSS C2 R2 103 10 ZD1 4.7V R3 2.2k R4 1.5k R5 3.9k R6 5.6k R7 18k R8 8.2k R9 6.8k

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS

VSS CH+

VSS CH

VSS MENU

VSS VOL+

VSS VOL

VSS ON/OFF

2009-09-10

SIDE CONTROL

SF2035/SF2037
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Layout Keyboard Control Board

Layout Keyboard Control Board

2009-09-10

SIDE CONTROL

SF2035/SF2037
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Styling Sheets

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11.

EN 83

11. Styling Sheets


Styling Sheet 32" - 40" (Picasso)

PICASSO 32"- 40"

0045 0021 0024

0012

0026

0028 0004

Pos No. 0004 0012 0021 0024 0028 0045 0260 1085

Description Front Cabinet Back Cover I/O Bracket Side I/O Bracket Bottom Bottom Flare Speaker bracket Stand Remote Control

Remarks

Not displayed

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EN 84

Styling Sheet 32" - 46" (van Gogh)

VAN GOGH 32" - 46"

0026 0021

0012 0026

0018

0024

0260

0017

0004

Pos No. 0004 0012 0017 0018 0021 0024 0026 0029 0260 1085

Description Front Cabinet Back Cover Flare Van Gogh Leading Edge Cover I/O Bracket Side I/O Bracket Bottom Mounting Bracket 4x Switch Bracket Stand Remote Control

Remarks

For screen size 40 only.

Not displayed

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Styling Sheet 32" - 46" (Da Vinci)

DA VINCI 32"- 46"

0020 0022

0026 0021

0024

0012 0019 0018 0022

0026 0029

0260

Pos No. 0004 0012 0017 0018 0019 0020 0021 0022 0024 0026 0029 0154 0260 1085

Description Front Cabinet Back Cover Flare Van Gogh Leading Edge Cover Diffuser Left Diffuser Right I/O Bracket Side Diffuser Left/Right I/O Bracket Bottom Mounting Bracket 4x Switch Bracket Speaker Bracket Stand Remote Control

Remarks

For screen size 32" & 46" only. For screen size 32" & 46" only. For screen size 40" only. For screen size 40" only. Not displayed. For screen size 46" only. Not displayed

0017 0004

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