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PT-90 NEAT CHASSIS

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CONTENTS
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Assembling/Disassembling Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 1. Technical Specs. Connectors and Chassis Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2. Safety Instructions and Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 3. Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 4. Supply Voltage Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 5. I-C Bus Interconnection Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 6. Fault Tracing Diag. for Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 7. Chassis Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 8. Service Menu And Basic Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 8.1 Option Bytes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 8.2 Geometry Adj. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 8.3 G2 Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 8.4 Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 8.5 Tune / IF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 8.6 Hotel Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 8.7 System Voltage Adj. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 9. DVD Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 9.1 Safety And Handling Precautions 9.2 Mech. And Elec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

10. Block Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 TV Chassis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 DVD Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 11. Description Of Ics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 TV Part . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 DVD Part . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

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ASSEMBLING / DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE


Disassembly procedure is explained as below. Before disassembling the TV set please read the safety instructions and warning parts of the service manual. Turn off TV and plug the mains out Remove screws (6 pieces) to dismount the back cover Remove 2 connection cables between chassis and back cover. Front AV and lineout sockets should be disconnected. Cut the tie, which fixes DVD cables together. Disconnect the following sockets to take the chassis out ; Loader, IR receiver Deflection cable Degaussing coil Speaker cable Power cable Remove the ground cable localised between tube module, chassis and mass cable. Remove the CRT drive module from picture tube. Desolder the ground cable of loader from tuner. Remove anode cable localised on the picture tube. Slide out the chassis through the guides (no screws, straps or other fixing). CRT drive module must be grounded via mass cable. Grounding must be completed between loader and chassis via soldering cable between tuner and loader. Front AV must be connected to SS05 and line out should be connected to SS09 via 9P and 5P sockets, respectively. Place the back cover back to its place.(6 screws) Plug the mains in. Turn on the TV. Grounding must be completed between loader and chassis via soldering cable between tuner and loader. Front AV must be connected to SS05 and line out should be connected to SS09 via 9P and 5P sockets, respectively. Place the back cover back to its place.(6 screws) Plug the mains in. Turn on the TV.

Please follow the assembly instructions explained below;


Be sure that all of the loader cables are free. If necessary fix the cables firmly to avoid any kind of squeezing while inserting the chassis back. Before inserting the chassis into guides, check the control buttons in front of the chassis. In case of misplacement of control buttons place them into correct position. Slide the chassis into guides until the connection cables could be reached to their sockets. Plug in the sockets coming from led PCB, 5P to KL01 and 4P to KL02 Plug in the sockets coming from loader, 4P to SS03, 6P to SS13 and 12P (blue one pointing to right) to SS18. Plug in the power cable socket to AC01. Plug in the degauss cable socket to KP02. Plug in the speaker cable socket to HS03. Place the CRT drive module on picture tube. Slide the chassis completely on its place. Be careful about control buttons. Plug in the deflection cable socket 4P to KD01 and 2P to SD21. Place the anode cable to picture tube. Be careful about high voltage!

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1. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS, CONNECTIONS AND CHASSIS OVERVIEW


1.1. Technical Specifications
1.1.1 Reception
Tuning System Color Systems Sound Systems A/V Connections Channel Selections IF Frequency : : : : : : PLL PAL SECAM NTSC B/G D/K L/L SCART AND FRONT AV AIR, CABLE : The entire band via frequency search B/G, D/K, L : 38.9 MHZ L: 33.4 I: 39.5MHZ : 75 OHM

Aerial Input

1.1.2 Miscellaneous
Audio Output (RMS) Mains Voltage Mains Frequency Ambient Temperature Maximum Humidity Power Consumption Standby Power Consumption : 2 x 2.5 W : 220-240 V ( 10 %) : 50/60 Hz ( 5 %) : : : 50 W :4W

1.2 Connections

A/LA/R PCM

EURO AV

Rear Connections

VIDEO L AUDIO R

Side Connection

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EURO SCART
I- Audio output 1. right channel 0.5 VRMS/<l k 0 2- Audio input 1. right channel 0.5 VRMS (connected to No.6) 3- Audio output 2. left channel 0.5 VRMS (connected to No.1) 4- GND (audio) 5- GND 6- Audio input 2. left channel 0.5 VRMS/>10k 0 7- RGB input, blue (B) 8- Switch signal video (status) 9- GND 10- Reserved for clock signals (not connected) 11- RGB input, green (G) 12- Reserved for remote control (not connected) 13- GND 14- GND switch signal RGB 15- RGB input, red (R) 16- Switch signal RGB 17- GND (video) 18- GND19- Video output 1 Vpp/75 ohm 20- Video input 1 Vpp/75 ohm 21- Shield

11 13 15 17 19 21

8 10 12 14 16 18 20

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CHASSIS OVERVIEW

1- FRONT CABINET 002 2- PICTURE TUBE 3- PICTURE TUBE SCREW 4- SPEAKER 5- SPEAKER SCREW 6- DVD DRIVER 7- DVD DRIVER SCREW 8- EJECT BUTTON 001 9- EJECT BUTTON 001 SCREW 10- MULTIBUTON LEFT 11- MULTIBUTON LEFT SCREW 12- MULTIBUTON RIGHT 13- MULTIBUTON RIGHT SCREW 14- ON-OFF BUTON 15- ACYRILIC WINDOW 001 16- INFRA LED PCB 17- INFRA LED PCB SCREW 18- REFLECTOR 19- REFLECTOR SCREW 20- DVD HEAD 21- CHASSIS RAIL RIGHT 22- CHASSIS RAIL LEFT 23- MAIN CHASSIS 24- BACKCOVER 25- BACKCOVER SCREW 26- STYROPHOR

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1- FRONT CABINET 002 2- PICTURE TUBE 3- PICTURE TUBE SCREW 4- SPEAKER 5- SPEAKER SCREW 6- DVD DRIVER 7- DVD DRIVER SCREW 8- EJECT BUTTON 9- EJECT BUTTON SCREW 10- MULTIBUTON LEFT 11- MULTIBUTON LEFT SCREW 12- MULTIBUTON RIGHT 13- MULTIBUTON RIGHT SCREW 14- ON-OFF BUTON 15- ACYRILIC WINDOW 002 16- INFRA LED PCB 17- INFRA LED PCB SCREW 18- REFLECTOR 19- REFLECTOR SCREW 20- DVD HEAD 21- CHASSIS RAIL RIGHT 22- CHASSIS RAIL LEFT 23- MAIN CHASSIS 24- BACKCOVER 25- BACKCOVER SCREW 26- STYROPHOR 27- AVPCB 28- AVPCB HOLDER

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KEYBOARD
All the keys on the keyboard are used same as the relevant keys on the RC. But navigation in menus is quite different. In order to open Main Menu from keyboard V+ and V- keys must be pressed together. After displaying the menus P+ and P- keys will be used as Navigation Up and Navigation Down keys. There is no enter key on the keyboard so V+ or V- will be used as Menu Right key if a submenu item is highlighted on the menu. These two keys will also be used as Navigation Left and Navigation Right keys in order to change any highlighted options right side value. To return previous menu V+ and V- keys should be pressed together.

2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS


SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR SERVICE REPAIRS
1. Use only the original spare parts with the same specifications for replacement. 2. Only the original fuse value should be used. 3. Safety components, indicated by the symbol, should be replaced by components identical to the original ones. 4. Main leads and connecting leads should be checked for external damage before connection. Insulation must be checked. 5. Parts contributing to the safety of the product must not be damaged or obviously unsuitable. This is valid especially for insulators and insulating parts. 6. Thermally loaded solder pads are to be sucked off and re-soldered. 7. Ensure that the ventilation slots are not obstructed. 8. Potentials as high as 25 KV are present when this receiver is operating. Operation of the receiver outside the cabinet or with back cover removed involve a shock hazard from the receiver. 9. Servicing should not be attempted by anyone who is not thoroughly familiar with precautions necessary when working on high voltage equipment. Perfectly discharge the high potential of the picture tube before handling it. The picture tube is highly evacuated and if broken. Glass fragments will be violently expelled. Always discharge the picture tube anode to the receiver chassis to keep of the shock hazard before removing the anode cap. 10. Keep wire away from the high voltage or high temperature components. 11. When replacing a wattage resistor, keep the resistor 10mm away from the circuit board. 12. Fast heating up (e.g. by bringing the Combi from a cold place into warm and humid room) can result in moisture condensing on the pickup lens of the DVD Module, thus influencing the playability for a certain time. Before checking the performance, the DVD Loader should be stabilized for at least 4 hours. 13. Never try to repair DVD module when it is ON. The 8 laser beam is highly dangerous and it may cause permanent damages.

HANDLING THE MOS CHIP COMPONENTS


MOS circuit requires special attention with regard to static charges. Static charges may occur with any highly insulated plastics and can be transferred to persons wearing clothes and shoes made of synthetic materials. Protective circuits on the inputs and outputs of MOS circuits give protection to a limited extend only due to time of reaction. Please observe the following instructions to protect the components against ESD. 1. Keep MOS components in conductive package until they are used. Most components must never be stored in styropor materials or plastic magazines. 2. Personnel must not touch the MOS components to avoid electrostatic discharging. 3. Hold the component by the body touching the terminals. 4. Use only grounded instruments for testing and processing purposes. 5. Remove or connect MOS Ics when operating voltage is disconnected. 6. Personnel in charge must make sure that they are connected with the same potential as the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance.

X-RAY RADIATION PRECAUTION


1. Excessive high voltage can produce potentially hazardous X-RAY radiation. To avoid such hazard, the high voltage must not be above the specified limit. The nominal value of the high voltage of this receiver is 25KV at zero beam current (minimum brightness) under 220 V AC power source. The high voltage must not under any circumstance, exceed 30KV. It is recommended the reading of the high voltage to be recorded as a part of the service record. It is important to use an accurate and reliable high voltage meter. 2. The primary source of X-RAY radiation in the TV receiver is the picture tube. For continued X-RAY radiation protection, the replacement tube must be exactly the same type tube as specified in the part list.

A1 TUNER
IA01 TDA7057

A2 VIDEO PEOCESSOR A7 CONTROLLER


AUDOUT A8 1
ST92195/921 8 56 KEYB 1 1 8

A8 AUDIO AMPLIFIER

11 1 ICV1 1/A4 1/A13 52 SDA A751 SCL A7 2/A1 2/A42 VOL 42 DVD SB 3
IA03

5
STV2246/47/ 55

10

4
CLI 1
MUTE_DVD A810/A81/A101 11 1 IC01

L/L 8

SD1/A23 49 HEATER A61/A77 12 2 1MN405


3B

IF1

A5/A152 -

IF1
7

A5/A156 L/L
AUDOUT A2 1

CL
8
A82 A2 5 15 41 MUTE_DVD A810/A10 1/A7 1 1 2 L DVD A102 40 HEATER A27/A61
I060 LM358

A4 2/A22 8 48

IF2 4 HOUT A 2 TV/DVD B OSD


13 43

1
VOL 1
11 47

AGC VERT 1 V_OSD A1 BCL


G OSD
13 44

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM

12

AV STATUS A31 46

6 R_DVD A10 3 7

SC_IN 2
14

A63 A24
16

SC_I

A2 2

FBEXT

A25

CVBS

A23

A3 SCART
CVBSOUT R OSD
20 25 33 26 19 34 27 25 35 36 37 42

CVBS
A2 3 17

A3 V_AMP FB_OSD A710 R_OSD A3 G_OSD


SCL A22/A42/A12 SDA A21/A41/A11 FB_OSD A210/A75 18 CVBSOUT A26

A76

13

CV BSEXT A34

A2 -

17 11 21 15 19 5 9 20 16 14 18 12 10

SCART1 SS01

B8

9
A74 A75 A5 28 34

A9 VERTICAL
ID41 TDA177

AV_STATUS A2 1

A8

CLI

A1

A2 7 -

A2 6

R6 B_OSD

FB_OSD A7 5/A210 2 3

A11 KEYBOARD

A4

FBEXT

IC02 VERT A2-1

SDA

A 7 -1/A2 -1/A11 -

24C08

SCL

A 1 -2/A2 -2/A72 V_OSD A7-1 V_AMP A2 -2

KEYB

A71

A5 POWER SUPPLY WP0 110 16

A6 HORIZONTAL
FBT 1

IP01

14

A10 AV INTERFACE CONN.


SS08 12 14 15 16 18

TDA16846

5
BCL A23
8

11

AC IN

5 12V 8

HOUT A22 9 HEATER


3

24 V 12 V

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CVBS_DVD A85

DOUT MUTE L DVD R DVD A8- _DVD A7- A84 2 A83 1/A8 1

A5 POWER SUPPLY

A2
8V LV07 SA02 5V
LV01 12 LV03 17
DV23

1 2 53 25
DV22 VIDEO PROC. STV2246/47/48

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5V LV01 LV01
45

26
DV21

27
DV20

8V

28

8V

A8
RA11
16 IA03 MN4 053

+12V TO RA10

11

8V
RS58

4. SUPPLY VOLTAGE DIAGRAM

10
TV01 RV03

A1
33V
T003 2 ST92195/92185

A6 A7
9

A3
8V
SS05 7

FBT

RD15

RD12

RV06

110V LT01 5V RT03


3

R002

24V

8V

5V

19

TUNER
R011 R010

56
R008

5V
3 12 R007 13 55
R057

16V

12V

5V
54
D005

8V TO SS05/4
RT01 1 5V

R032 14 R012 19 R013 20 46 45

D004

5V
R080 R081 R052 R028

A9
12 DV10 RV54 14

A10

5V

12VDVD 5VDVD
RA09

8V

43 41
D002

5V
21 40

24V

TDA1 8 771

SS08

5V 5VD
D001

RD45

RD44

RD56

5V
RV57 TV05

A4
EEPROM 8 1

25

39 34

5VA 5VA
C011 26 33 31

RD28

RD40

5VA
T001

12V 5V

8V

5VA

A1

A2

A4

A7

+5V

TUNER R013 SDA SDA SDA R012 SDA

SDA

RT

RV34 SCL RV33 R048 51 52 6 5 SCL

R049 SCL SCL

5. I2 BUS INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM

11
EEPROM VIDEO PROC.

SCL

RT

20

19

u-CONTROLLER

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6. FAULT TRACING DIAGRAM-POWER SUPPLY


Switched mode power supply defective, +110V is missing or level is wrong

DP01 - 04 CP01 - 04 CP06, TP01

YES

Fuse F1 defective

NO RP 07, RP 05 open and short circuit

NO

Voltage at drain TP 01

YES
Voltage at IP01 PIN 11 < 1V

RP 06

YES

NO YES

RP 11, DP 07

Start-up voltage (6) PIN 14 < 8V

NO

TP 01

YES

Start-up voltage varies ca. 8V

NO

IP 01

Measure

VAP 1, RP 03

NO

+115V adjustable with VAP 01

YES
Control range of switched-mode power supply

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7. CHASSIS DIAGRAM
FRONT AV

TDA 7057 PLL TUNER

2 X 2W
BU508D

H.YOKE

SCART

STV224X
AUDIO CVBS

DVD BOARD

TDA1771
+5V +110V +12V +16V

RGB
V.YOKE

ST92195

DVD LOADER 24C08

POWER

RC

IR

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8.

SERVICE MENU AND BASIC ADJUSTMENTS


SERVICE MODE IS ACTIVED BY PRESSING THE DIGIT 1923 AT FEATURES MENU

8.1

OPTION BYTES
MODEL CONFIGURATION
0: 0: 0: 0: 0: 0: not available APR OFF Pin 8 16:9 switching mode not used Keyboard without menu Brightness full range available

OPTION 1:
b0: b1: b2: b3: b4: b5: b6:7

1: L Avaialable 1: APR ON 1: no Pin 8 16:9 switching mode 1: Turn on with AV button 1: Keyboard with menu 1: Brightness half range available Main Tuner 00 : Samsung 01 : Temic 10 : Philips UV1316 11 : Thomson/Orega

OPTION 2:
b0: b1: b2: b3 b4: b5: b6: b7: b0: b1: b2: b3: b4: b5: b6: b7:

FEATURE CONFIGURATION
0: 0: 0: 0: 0: 0: 0: 0: not available not available Volume Logaritmic not available DVD picture in RGB mode not available Subwoofer available 16/9 Picture tube

1: AV2 mode available 1: SVHS mode available 1: Volume linear 1: Search mono audio ident available 1: DVD picture in SVHS mode 1: Headphone available 1: No Subwoofer 1: 4/3 Picture tube

OPTION 3:

VIDEO/AUDIO FEATURE CONFIGURATION

1: One Crystal application (4.43 Mhz) 0:Two cystal application (for NTSC playback) 1: Intercarrier application 0: QSS application 1: STV2248E 0: Normal video IC 1: OSD contrast control ON 0: OSD contrast control OFF 1: Blue screen enable 0: disable 1: AVC Automatic Volume Correction (MSP Stereo) AVL(Mono 22XX) 0: not available 1: DVD available 0: not available 1: Standby after power on 0: No Standby after power on

Reserved bits must be set to 0 You will need following equipments to carry out the adjustment procedures; a- PLL Pattern generator for Secam L' b- PLL Pattern generator PAL BG c- Patern generator for white pattern d- Color Analyzer (CA100)

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8.2 GEOMETRY ADJUSTMENT


a. V.S b. V.S c. V.S d. V.S e. V.P f. H.P 4/3 50H 16/9 50H 4/3 60H 16/9 60H

Enter service menu and select the GEOMETRY settings Standart geometrical adjustments carried out by V.S, V.P and H.P settings. V.S 16/9 50h setting have to be carried out until 3 cm distance between upper and lower parts of the screen. Same adjustments for 60H for 16/9 and 4/3. Press menu button to leave service menu Menu button to leave service menu.

8.3 G2 ADJUST > : <


increase normal decrease Enter the G2 menu in the service mode Turn the G2 potentiometer on FBT until you reach the : sign < indicator means to decrease > indicator means to increase

8.4 VIDEO
1 2 3 4 5 RED GREEN BLUE RED COFF GREEN COFF

Apply Dark gray pattern (at 10 IRE) Contrast 70%, brightness middle, color saturation middle. By changing the R COF and G COF Adjust to obtain the necessary values for x and y. Apply white pattern (at 100 IRE) Set the contrast to 70%, brightness and color saturation to middle. Place the color analyzer. (R,G,B), it is possible to modify the peak white. Adjust to obtain the necessary values for x and y. Remark: It may be necessary after low light alignment to check and to re-align the high light and to repeat several times the procedure to obtain good alignment for both low and high light.

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8.5 TUNER/ IF
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. AGC PC PF P C.L P F.L

PIF adjustment for BG/DK/L systems: 38.9 MHz PAL BG signal applied Tuner via tuner output (IF output). Leave the channel settings menu and enter service menu. Enter TUNER IF menu in the service mode. Choose the PIF COARSE and PIF FINE item and adjust the setting until the : indicator (displayed as > : <) turns in red color by pressing < and > on remote control. Press Menu button to leave service menu. PIF adjustment for L' system: 33.9 MHz SECAM L' signal applied Tuner via tuner output. Leave the channel settings menu and enter service menu. Enter TUNE IF menu in the service mode. Choose the PIF COARSE L and PIF FINE L item and adjust the setting until the: indicator (displayed as > : < ) turns in red color by pressing < and > on remote control. Press Menu button to leave service menu.

8.6 HOTEL MODE


Installation and Child Lock Menus are omitted in Hotel Mode. You can not search any channel when the Hotel Mode is activated. Volume level cannot be increased higher then certain level in Hotel Mode. The volume limiting level is a predefined value in service menu. Hotel mode activated from service menu.

8.7 SYSTEM VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT


Switch the TV in AV mode by pressing AV button on remote control unit. (Minimum beam current condition) Adjust the VAP2 potentiometer until 110Vdc measured on cathode pin of DP08 diode.

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9. DVD MODULE
9.1 SAFETY AND HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
1. DO NOT use and store the Loader in dusty, high temperature or high humidity environments. 2. To avoid damage to the Loader by electrostatic dischargers, measuring equipment and operators should be grounded during handling. The user of this unit takes all necessary precautions to avoid ESD (Electro-Static Discharge) failures during handling and assembly of this unit into the end product. 3. Contamination of the PCB might influence the performance. Avoid fingerprints and stains on the PCB and handle the Loader in a clean environment. 4. The mechanism of the Loader has been adjusted carefully during manufacturing. High shocks on this unit may damage and should be avoided. 5. Fast heating (e.g. by bringing the Loader unit from a cold place into a warm and humid room) can result in moisture condensing on the pickup lens, thus influencing the playability for a certain time. Before checking the performance the Loader unit should be stabilized for at least 4 hours. 6. DO NOT disamble the loader to avoid ESD failures and to prevent from contamination. AC Source Supply: The Voltage Fluctuation : 110/220 V 10% tolerance The Impulse Noise : 110/220 V 10% tolerance

Applicable Discs Format Disc Type DVD-5 (Single Layer) DVD-9 (Double Layer) DVD-10 (Single Layer Double Side) DVD-18 (Double Layer Double Side) Disc Format IS09660 RED BOOK (CD-DA) WHITE BOOK (Video-CD) BLUE BOOK (CD Extra) YELLOW BOOK (CD-ROM) ORANGE BOOK (CD-RW, R) 4.70 GB 8.54 GB 9.40 GB 17.0 GB 656 MB (Mode 1) 748 MB (Mode 2) 12 cm/8 cm 1.2 mm 15 mm 0.74 m, DVD Description IS09660 UDE DVD BOOK

CD

Disc Capacity

DVD-5 DVD-9 DVD-10 DVD-18 CD DVD/CD

Disc Diameter Disc Thickness Disc center Aperture Track Gap

1.6 m, CD

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Functions Data Transfer Rate: DVD 2600kB/sec (max) CD 870kB/sec (max) Data Buffer Capacity 256KB (DVD/CD) Error Rate 10e -15 MAX (DVD), 10e -12 MAX (CD) Reading Time Starting procedure (Less than 15seconds) Stopping procedure (Less than 2 Seconds)

Laser Specifications DVD 650-665nm 0.5mW Lens Length of Ray Coil 0.6mm Moving Range 1.71mm CD 790+20nm 0.7mW Non-spherical lens 0.47mm 1.35mm Astigmatism Three spot tracking

Laser wavelength Laser power Object lens

Focus Searching

Phase difference detection

Disc Loading Mode Motor- driven front-loading tray Disc Fixing Beam magnetic fixation Reliability Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF): Not less than 2,000 hours Mean Time To Repair (MTTR): 0.5 hours Working Environment Temperature and Humidity Operating temperature 5 to 45 Storage temperature - 20 to 60 Operating temperature varying 11/hour(max) Storage temperature varying 20/hour(max) Operating humidity 10% to 70% Storage humidity 5% to 80% Vibration Reading data state 0.2g 10-30Hz sine wave Playing CD audio state 0.15g 10-30Hz random Standby 2.4g 10-30Hz random Striking Standby state 100kg 6ms half sine-wave (in X,Y and Z directions) Noise Not more than 45dB in one meter away

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9.2 MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL 1. CONNECTORS


Integrated Connectors
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DC power jack IDE interface Master/slave mode jumper set (not applicable as the loader configured for player) Analog audio output (not applicable as the loader configured for player) Digital Audio output (not applicable as the loader configured for player)

Pin Definitions ITEM

Power Jack PIN NO. 1 2 DESCRIPTION +12V GND GND +5V

DC Power Jack

3 4

ATAPI Interface Signal CSIEXCS3EXDA0 DA1 37 38 35 33 Pin No. I I I I Pin Type Description Driver Chip Select 0 Driver Chip Select 1 Driver Address Bus-Bit 0 Driver Address Bus-Bit 1

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DA2 DASPDD0 DD1 DD2 DD3 DD4 DD5 DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9 DD10 DD11 DD12 DD13 DD14 DD15 DIOR DIOWDMACKDMARQINTRQ IOCS16 IORDY PDIAGRESETCSEL KEYPIN

36 39 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 25 23 29 21 31 32 27 34 1 28 20

I I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I /O I I I O O O O I/ O I

Driver Address Bus-Bit 2 Driver Activity/Driver I Present Driver Data Bus-bit 0 Driver Data Bus-bit 1 Driver Data Bus-bit 2 Driver Data Bus-bit 3 Driver Data Bus-bit 4 Driver Data Bus-bit 5 Driver Data Bus-bit 6 Driver Data Bus-bit 7 Driver Data Bus-bit 8 Driver Data Bus-bit 9 Driver Data Bus-bit 10 Driver Data Bus-bit 11 Driver Data Bus-bit 12 Driver Data Bus-bit 13 Driver Data Bus-bit 14 Driver Data Bus-bit 15 Driver I/O Read Driver I/O Write DMA Acknowledge Driver Request Driver 16Bit I/O Driver Interrupt I/O Channel Ready Passed Diagnostics Driver Reset Cable Select Keying Pin on Interface Connector

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2. KEY COMPONENTS
Items Model No. Spindle Motor CCM03-042R1-2 Loading Motor FC8A30T28_4A DM2429A Sled Motor FC8A30T18_2 DM2428 Laser Pick-up PVR-520T-HR-0101 Actuator Drive BA5954FP Loading Motor Drive BA6287F RF Amp. SP3721A Servo DSP M5705 Maker MORETECH SANKO TRICORE SANKO TRICORE MISTSUMI Rohm Rohm TI ALI Location China China Taiwan China Taiwan Japan Japan Japan U.S.A Taiwan

3. MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS

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10- BLOCK DIAGRAMS

TV CHASSIS

A 1 TUNER

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A 2 VIDEO PROCESSOR

D2

D1

D5 D4 D3

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A 3 SCART

A 4 EEPROM

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A 5 POWER SUPPLY

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E1

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A 6 HORIZONTAL

F2

F1
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A 7 MICRO CONTROLLER

G2 G1

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A 8 AUDIO AMPLIFIER

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H1

H2

A 9 VERTICAL

A10 AV INTERFACE CONNECTOR

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A 11 KEYBOARD

A 12 FRONT AV

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A13 LINE OUT

A14 TUBE MODULE

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A 15 IR MODULE

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R201 PLLGND 100K R203 51K 3.3V 4K7 RA[0..9] 6,7 0.1U 0.1U 0.1U 0.1U 0.1U RN21 RA9 RA8 RA6 RA5 RA4 RA0 RA1 RA2 RA3 RA7 RA[0..9] BC21 BC22 BC23 BC24 BC25 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V 3.3V C202 R204 0.01U C203 18P R205 R230 R206 SRN33 RD[0..15] RD[0..15] 7 10K R 5K1 1 3 5 7 ROEJ 7 RCASJ 7 RRASJ 7 RWEJ 7 2 4 6 8

TC21 220U/16V

PLLVCC

C201 0.1U

PLLGND

R234R207C208 AWRC 47K R 10K Default R 47K 0.1U

TC22 47U/16V

3.3V

C204 0.1U

3.3V PLCK SLRF

RFVCC VC2 RD11 RD4 RD10 RD5 RD9 RD6 RD8 RD7

RFVCC

RFVCC

PLLGND

C207 0.1U

BC28 PLLVCC PLLGND 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 XSAWRCVCO XSVREFO XSPDOFTR1 XSVR_PLL XSFTROPI XSFDO AVSS_PL XSPLLFTR2 AVDD5_PL XSFDIREF XSPDIREF GND XTSLRF XTPLCK VDD_3.3 XRA3 XRA2 XRA1 XRA0 XRA4 XRA5 XRA6 GND XRA7 XRA10 XRA11 VDD_3.3 XRA8 XRA9 XROEJ VDD_3.3 XRCASJ XRRASJ XRSDCLK XRWEJ XRD7 XRD8 XRD6 GND XRD9 XRD5 XRD10 XRD4 XRD11

BC27

BC26

C205 0.1U C206 47P C208 0.1U R207 47K

0.1U

0.1U

0.1U

PLLGND

R234

RFGND U21

RFGND

RFGND

2,4 MVREF2

R231

RFO

RFO

C209 1000P

RFGND

4 TRAY_CNTL

R235

R208 RD3 RD12

C210

20K

C211

RFGND

6800P R209

RFVCC

51K

D21

3.3V

1N4148

TRAY_CNTL

RD2 RD13 RD1 RD14 RD0 RD15

XHD[0..15]

XHD[0..15] 6

2 EFGC 4 SFOCUS 4 STRACK 4 SSLEG 4 SMOTOR

R210 R211 R212 R213 R214

3K3 3K3 3K3 3K3 10K

FOCUS TRACK SLEG MOTOR

R228

XHD7 XHD8 XHD6 XHD9 XHD5 XHD10 XHD4 XHD11 3.3V 3.3V XHD3 XHD12 XHD2 XHD13

C212

C213

C214 C215

2 RFRP 2 MIRR C216

VC2

45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

4 SFGIN 4 SSPDON INSW LED1 R237 3.3V 0 10 R R226 R227

XSFGIN XSPDON RFGND

XMP1_3 XMFSCSJ XMP1_2 XGPIO2 XMP1_1 XHRSTJ XGPIO1 XGPIO0 XCRSTJ XMPSENJ VDD_3.3 XMALE XMP1_0 VDD_3.3 XOSC1 XOCS2 GND XMD0 XMD1 XMD2 XMD3 XMD4 XMD5 XMD6 XMD7 XMCSJ XMRDJ XMWRJ XMINT1J XMA11 XMA10 VDD_3.3 XMA9 XMA8 XMA7 XMA6 XMA5 XMA4 XMA3 XMA2 XMA1 XMA0 XMA12 GND

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MA10 MA11 MA12 MA0 MA1 MA2 MA3 MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 MD7 MD6 MD5 MD4 MD3 MD2 MD1 MD0 MWRJ 5 VCC L21 L C223 12P R229 C224 C Y21 33.8688MHz C225 12P 100K TXD TP RXD TP MD[0..7] 1 2 3 4 J21 VCC TX RX GND RS232 MD[0..7] 5

2,4 MVREF2

RFGND ALi M5705

0.47U

0.047U

470P 470P 1000P C217 0.1U R215 47K

R216

R217

SAEI

TEXI

2 2

TEI FEI

R218 R219

3K3 4K7

C218 0.1U

SSBAD

XHD1 XHD14 XHD0 XHD15

C219 C220 1000P 1000P

DFCT XSCSJ XSCLK XSDATA

SAE

R220

5K1

SAEI

C221

0.1U

XSFGIN XSPDON FLAG3 FLAG2 FLAG1 FLAG0

DVD MODULE

RFGND

2 SBAD 2 SDFCT

SSBAD DFCT

BIT1 MP1_

HDRQ 6 IOWJ 6 IORJ 6 IORDY 6 HDACKJ 6 HINTJ 6 HCS16J 6 HA1 6 HPDIAGJ 6 HA0 6 HA2 6 HCS1J 6 HCS3J 6 HDASPJ 6

2 SCSJ 2 SCLK 2 SDATA

R221 R222 R223

33 33 33

XSCSJ XSCLK XSDATA

4 OUTSW

OUTSW

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 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 AVSS_DS XSRFIN XSIPIN AVDD5-DS XSDSSLV XSRSLINT VDD-3.3 XSAWRC XSRFGC XSEFGC XSFOCUS XSTRACK XSSLEG AVDD5-DA XSMOTOR AVSS-DA XSRFRPLP XSTELP XSVREF2 XSRFRP XSTEXI AVSS-AD XSTEI XSFEI XSAEI AVDD5_AD XSSBAD GND XSDFCT XSCSJ XSCLK XSDATA XSLDC XSFGIN XSSPDON XSFLAG3 XSFLAG2 XSFLAG1 XSFLAG0 XMP1_7 XMP1_6 GND XMP1_5 XMP1_4 XRD3 XRD12 GND XRD2 XRD13 XRD1 XRD14 XRD0 XRD15 XHD7 XHD8 XHD6 XHD9 XHD5 XHD10 XHD4 XHD11 VDD_3.3 XHD3 XHD12 XHD2 XHD13 GND XHD1 XHD14 XHD0 XHD15 XHDRQJ XHIOWJ XHIORJ XHIORDYJ XHDACKJ XHINTJ XHCS16J XHA1 XHPDIAGJ XHA0 XHA2 XHCS1J XHCS3J XHDASPJ XMA15 XMA14 XMA13

132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89

R236

4 INSW

5 MFSCSJ

PLCK SLRF

PLCK TP

5 LED1

MA15 MA14 MA13

5 EJECT1

EJECT1

COUNTER

6 IDERST

2 PI_SIGO 4,5 CRSTJ 5 MPSENJ

MA[00..15]

MA[0..15] 5

RFO FOCUS TRACK SLEG MOTOR SSBAD DFCT XSFGIN FLAG0 FLAG1 FLAG2 FLAG3

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FOCUS TP SLEG TP SSBAD TP XSFGIN TP FLAG1 TP FLAG3 TP

SLRF 2 LDON TP RFO COUNTER TP TP TRACK TP MOTOR TP DFCT TP FLAG0 TP FLAG2 TP

5 A16J

DECODER.SCH Title ALI M5705 (176 PIN) DVD/CD DECODER

TC11 220U/16V 0.1U RFGND RFGND BC11

R101 10

TC12

100U/16V

Q11 RFGND C101 MEIR103 R104 8K2 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 PUHRF U11 RFGND C112 C109 680P 4K7 3 RFO C107 0.1U RFVCC 3.3P

R102

C102 0.1U C104 0.1U

C103 0.1U C105 0.1U

CDLDO

PRE-AMP.

SOT89EBC 2SB1132

C106

5K1

ALI HOP-1000

1000P

L11

CDLD

10UH

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CDRFDC CDRF ATOP ATON AIN AIP VPA SIGO BYP RX DIN DIP FNP FNN VNA HOLD1

RFGND

RFGND 0.1U MVREF25 C116 0.047U FEI MEIC121 0.1U MEVO C120 1000P

C110 33P C111 33P C113 33P

RFGND SCSJ 3 SDATA 3 SCLK 3

TC13 SP3721

R105 10

SAE FEI TEI RFVCC PI C122 C RFGND C123 150P RFVCC TEXI 3 SDFCT 3 SBAD 3

3 3 3

100U/16V

C114 680P C115 680P C117 680P C118 680P C119 100P

Q12 F E MVREF25 R107 R108 R109 CDTE VC12 NC VNB DVDPD DVDLD CDPD CDLD LDON VC VCI VPB MIRR MP MB FDCHG 1K2 1K2 10K

R106

D C B A

DVDLDO

SOT89EBC 2SB1132

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DVDFRP DVDRFN PD1 PD2 A2 B2 C2 D2 CP CN D C B A F E SDEN SDATA SCLK LCP LCN CE FE TE MEI MEV TPH DFT PI MIN MEVO MLPF

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

C124

1K

1000P R110 10K 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

L12

DVDLD

RFGND RFVCC C125 4700P C126 1000P

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MVREF25 RFGND R134 R135 0 R

10UH

D12 1N4148

RFVCC BC12 0.1U

R134 R135 MVREF2!=MVREF25 0 R MVREF2=MVREF25 R 0


DVDMDI DVDLDO CDMDI CDLDO 3 LDON

RFGND

CN11

EFGC 3 MIRR 3 MVREF2 TC14 100U/16V TC15 C127 0.1U C128 0.1U 100U/16V R112 MVREF2 3,4 R RFRP 3

TRACKTRACK+ FOCUSFOCUS+ DVDMDI

TRACKTRACK+ FOCUSFOCUS+

4 4 4 4

DVDLD CDLD TC16 100U/16V

C129

0.1U

R113 RFGND MVREF2 RFVCC U12 33P R132 1K5 R133 BC13 8K2 0.1U 1 2 3 4 AO AA+ VV+ BO BB+ TL3472 C134 0.47U 8 7 6 5 R118 56K C131 R115 470K RFGND R136 10K R114

MEVO

CDMDI

PI

PUHRF C B A D F E

RFGND

TRTR+ FOFO+ PD(MONITOR) VCC VR GND LD(DVD) LD(CD) VR GND(NC) PD GND RFOUT C B A D F E VCC VS(VCC) GND

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

MVREF25

HOP-1000 JP24-05M

R123

C130

R122 100

100

0.1U

RFGND

RFGND PREAMP.SCH Title ALI HOP 1000 PRE-AMP CIRCUIT

RFGND

RFGND

Vref 2.1V 2.5V

R132 R133 1.5K 8.2KRFGND 0 R

12V 5V VCC

POWER

L71 L72 1 FB-1 C702 C703 0.1U 100U/16V PLLVCC RFVCC MVCC 3.3V 0.1U 220U/16V TC72 TC73 2

+12V

FB-1

ALI HOP-1000

C701

TC71

0.1U

220U/16V

PAGND PLLVCC TP RFVCC TP 3.3V TP MVCC TP 2 M5V FB-1

PAGND

L74 5V 1

L78 PLLVCC R701 3.3 0805 C704 0.1U PLLGND TP PLLGND RFGND TP MGND TP GND TP C706 0.1U 220U/16V TC75 PLLGND RFGND MGND GND

5V

FB-1

Q73 (BA05 TO252AA)

MVCC

PAGND RFVCC L77 1 FB-1 C707 0.1U 2

GND

C709 1 0.1U

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PAGND RFGND 5V Q72 SOT223 AS1117 3 IN OUT 2 C708 0.1U TC76 100U/16V 3.3V

12V

D71

D72

MVCC

1N4002

1N4002

C710

0.1U

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VEE HA2 /AUX4[4] VEE AUX[0] AUX[1] AUX[2]/IOW# VSS VEE AUX[3]/IOR# AUX[4] AUX[5] AUX[6] AUX[7] LOE# VSS VCC LCS0# LCS1# LCS2# LCS3# VSS LD0 LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 VEE VSS LD5 LD6 LD7 LD8 LD9 LD10 LD11 VSS VEE LD12 LD13 LD14 LD15 LWRLL# LWRHL# VSS VEE CAMIN0 CAMIN1 LA0 LA1 LA2 LA3 VSS

157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208

ES6008/18/28/38

208-Pin PQFP Package

MPEG Board MPEG Decoder

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VEE LA4 LA5 LA6 LA7 LA8 LA9 VSS VCC LA10 LA11 LA12 LA13 LA14 LA15 LA16 VSS VEE LA17 LA18 LA19 LA20 LA21 RESET# TDMDX/RSEL VSS VEE TDMDR TDMCLK TDMFS TDMTSC# TWS/SEL_PLL2 TSD0/SEL_PLL0 VSS VCC TSD1/SEL_PLL1 TSD2 TSD3 MCLK TBCK SPDIF/PLL3 NC VSS VCC RSD RWS RBCK NC XIN XOUT AVEE VSS 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 VSS HA1/AUX4[3] HA0/AUX4[2] HCS3FX#/AUX3[6] HCS1FX#/AUX3[7] HIOCS16#/CAMCLK/AUX3[4] HRD#/DCI_ACK#/AUX4[6] HWR#/DCI_CLK/AUX4[5] VEE VSS HIORDY/AUX3[3] HRST#/AUX3[5] HIRQ/DCI_ERR#/AUX4[7] HRRQ#/AUX4[0] HWRQ#/DCI_REQ#/AUX4[1] HD15/AUX2[7]/IR HD14/AUX2[6]/SQSI VCC VSS HD13/AUX2[5]/SP HD12/AUX2[4]/C2PO HD11/AUX2[3]//IRQ HD10/AUX2[2]/SQSK HD9/AUX2[1]/SQSO HD8/DCI_FDS#/AUX2[0]/VFD_CLk HD7/DCI7/AUX1[7]/VFD_DIN VEE VSS HD6/DCI6/AUX1[6]/VFD_DOUT HD5/DCI5/AUX1[5] HD4/DCI4/AUX1[4] HD3/DCI3/AUX1[3] HD2/DCI2/AUX1[2] HD1/DCI1/AUX1[1] HD0/DCI0/AUX1[0] VCC VSS HSYNC#/CAMIN7/AUX3[0] VSYNC#/CAMIN6/AUX3[1] PCLKQSCN/CAMIN5/AUX3[2] PCLK2XSCN/CAMIN4 YUV7/CAMIN3 YUV6/VDAC YUV5/YDAC VSS ADVEE YUV4/RSET YUV3/COMP YUV2/CDAC YUV1/VREF YUV0/CAMIN2/UDAC DCLK

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 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 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

VEE VSS DSCK DQM DCS0# VEE VSS DCS1# DB15 DB14 DB13 DB12 VEE VSS DB11 DB10 DB9 DB8 DB7 DB6 VSS VCC DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0 VSS VEE DMBS1 DMBS0 DRAS# DWE# DOE#/DSCK_EN DCAS# VEE VSS DMA11 DMA10 DMA9 DMA8 DMA7 DMA6 VSS VEE DMA5 DMA4 DMA3 DMA2 DMA1 DMA0

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STV224X
Multi Standard TV Processor

pos: ICV1

STV224X is a fully bus controlled IC for TV including PIF, SIF , Luminance , Chrominance and deflection processing. It is a bus controlled PAL / SECAM / NTSC single chip TV Processor. For details of STV224X features please refer to the STV224X datasheet. 110 , 4:3 or 16:9 CRT applications. It integrates both vertical deflection and E-W correction circuit necessary for design of 110 chassis it allows designing a PAL/NTSC(BGDKIMN) set with very few external components and no manual adjustment.

SIFIN1 SIFIN2 AGCSIFCAP V REFIF AGCPIFCAP PIFIN1 PIFIN2 TUNERAGCOUT IFPLL GND IF AM /FMOUT/SC V CCIF INTCVBSOUT EXTAUDIOIN PIFLC1 PIFLC2 V CC2 CVBSIN1 GND2 CVBSIN2 BS Y/CVBSIN3 CHR APR BEXT/Cb GEXT/Y REXT/Cr FBEXT

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

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

FMCAP AUDIOOUT GNDD V CCD SDA SCL SLPF LFB/SSC HOUT VERT BCL/SAF V CC1 CVBSOUT2 GND1 X1/VAMP/CHROUT CLPF XTAL1 XTAL2 XTAL3/BTUN FBOSD/HC ROSD GOSD BOSD I CATH ROUT GOUT BOUT NTBC/CVBSOUT1

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STV224X
1.2 PIN DESCRIPTION Table 1. Pin Configuration
Pin N STV224XC/8XC STV223XD SDIP56 TQFP64 1 8 2 9 3 10 4 11 5 12 6 13 7 14 8 16 9 17 10 18 11 19 12 20 13 21 14 22 15 23 16 24 17 25 18 26 19 27 20 28 21 29 22 34 23 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 30 43 31 44 32 45 33 46 34 47 35 48 36 49 37 50 38 52 39 53 40 54 41 55 42 56 Symbol SI N 1 FI SI N 2 FI AG C SI AP FC VREFIF AGCPIFCAP PIFIN1 PIFIN2 TUNERAGCOUT IFPLL GND IF AM/FMOUT/SC VCCIF INTCVBSOUT EXTAUDIOIN PIFLC1 PIFLC2 VCC2 CVBSIN1 GND2 CVBSIN2 BS Y/CVBSIN3 CHR UI N VI N YI N YOUT VO U T UO UT BOUT GOUT ROUT I CATH BOSD GOSD ROSD FBO SD /HC XTAL3/ BTUN XTAL2 XTAL1 CLPF Description

SI I F nput SI I F nput AG C SI C apacit F or Voltage Reference Filtering AGC PIF Capacitor PIF Input PIF Input AGC Tuner Output IF PLL Filter IF Ground AM/FM Mono Sound or Stereo Carriers Output 5 V IF Supply Internal CVBS Output External Audio Input LC Input LC Input Video/Luma Supply Voltage (8 V) Internal Video Input Video/Luma Ground External Video Input Black Stretch Capacitor Y(SVHS) or CVBS3 External Input Chroma (SVHS) Input B- Inut Y p R - Inut Y p Y In put Y O ut put R - O utp Y ut B- O utp Y ut Blue Output Green Output Red Output Cathode Current Measurement Input OSD Blue Input OSD Green Input OSD Red Input O SD Fast Bl anking nput /alf ont st on I I H C ra SD P56 p age ack 3. M Hz C r t 5X ys alorC l oche Filt erTuningC apaci tor 3.5X MHz Crystal 4.43/3.5X MHz Crystal Chroma PLL Filter XTAL1 Control Pin, Vertical Amplitude DAC Output X1/VAMP/CHROUT Chroma Reference Signal Output

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Pi N n STV224XC/8XC STV223XD SDIP56 TQFP64 43 57 58 45 59 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 61 62 63 64 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Symbol GND1 CVBSOUT1 VCC1 BCL/SAF VERT HOUT LFB/SSC SLPF SCL SDA VCCD GNDD AUDIOOUT FM C AP

Description Chroma/Scanning Ground Main Video Switch Output Chroma/Scanning Power Supply (8 V) Beam Current Limiter Control Voltage and Safety (XRAY) Vertical Output Pulse Horizontal Output Pulse Line Flyback Input and Super-Sandcastle Output Scanning PLL Filter I C Bus Clock Input I C Bus Data Input Digital Supply Voltage (5 V) Digital Ground Main Audio Output FM D em odul on C apacit ati or

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CVBSOUT2

NTBC/CVBSOUT1

FMCAP

INTCVBSOUT CVBSIN2 CVBSIN1 GEXT/Y FBEXT BEXT/Cb Y/CVBSIN3 REXT/Cr CHR BS

IFPLL

STV2248
PLL BLACK STRETCH YUV SWITCH RGB TO YUV AFC

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PIFLC1
16 9 21 28 25 26 27 13 23 18 29 44 22 20 56

PIFLC2

PIFIN1 6
W/B SPOT INVERTER SAT./CONT MATRIX 3

PIFIN2 7

LUMA DL PEAKING & CORING

HALF CONTRAST
24 APR

AGCPIFCAP
SOUND BP FM DEMOD

AGC

APR DEEMP.
CHROMA TRAP RGB SWITCH RGB CONTRAST 37 FBOSD/HC 36 ROSD 35 GOSD 34 BOSD BCL/SAF BRIGHT. DRIVE CUTOGG BLANKING I CATH SENSE 46 BCL/SAF 33 I CATH 32 ROUT 31 GOUT 30 BOUT CLOCHE FILTER

TUNERAGCOUT

TUNER AGC

PLL Reference Carrier

SIFIN1 1
LIMITER

FM Mono
FILTER TUNING

SIFIN2 2 AM Mono ACC & ACC OVERLOAD Sound

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Subcarrier BANDPASS FILTER Mute
CLOCHE TUNING

AGCSIFCAP

AGC

V CCD 53

GNDD

54

V CCIF 54 Mute

CHROMA DL

SYNC. SEP

VERTICAL SCANNING

47 VERT

GND

IF 10

V CC1 45 AVL VOLUME

HORIZONTAL 1st LOOP


AUTO IDENT. KILLER PAL/SECAM/NTSC DEMODULATOR

HORIZONTAL 2nd LOOP

48 HOUT

GND1 43

V CC2 17

IC BUS DECODER

AUDIO REF 4

GND2 55 EXTAUDIOIN AUDIOOUT 14 11 AM/FMOUT/SC

19

VAMP DC CONTROL

52

51

38 XTAL2 XTAL1 XTAL3/BTUN

41 CLPF

42 X1/VAMP/CHROUT

50 SLPF

49 LFB/SSC

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SDA

SCL

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l l l l l l l l l l

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I-C bus control (read and write modes), PIF PLL demodulator, Bus controlled VCO alignment, IF positive and negative modulation, Digital AFC, Tuner delayed AGC output, White and Black spot cancellation, SIF with QSS or intercarrier structure, Built in sound bandpass, Multistandard PLL FM demodulator (4.5, 5.5, 6.0,6.5MHz), AM demodulator for France, FM sound carriers output for Stereo chassis, Audio switch for external audio input, Mono chassis, Digital volume control, Audio Mute, Video switch, 3 CVBS inputs, 1 CVBS output which can be used to drive teletext decoder, SVHS switch, Y input is combined with CVBS3 input, OSD RGB analog inputs, fast blanking detection on OSD fast blanking pin, contrast control capability,oversize blanking capability on OSD fast blanking input, External analog RGB inputs with contrast and saturation control (external RGB matrixed in YUV). Integrated chroma filters (trap, bandpass, cloche) with automatic alignment, Integrated luminance delay line, Adjustable peaking on the luminance signal with coring function, Black strech circuit, PAL / SECAM / NTSC color decoder with automatic identification of standards, Integrated chroma delay line, Full integrated SECAM decoder, Hue control, two selectable matrixes in NTSC mode, Automatic flesh control circuit with two selectable characteristics (normal and wide), ACC overload circuit, Chroma subcarrier output, which could be used to drive comb filter circuit, Automatic RGB peak regulation (APR). Automatic digital cut-off current loop with warm-up detection circuit, White point and cut-off point adjustments, Beam current limiter control stage, High performance synchronization pulses separator, Horizontal synchronization with two phase locked loops, Integrated VCO, auto-calibration using the chroma crystal reference frequency, Automatic time constant selection for the first PLL, 3 selectable time constants,

Video identification circuit (independent from PLL1), Noise detector circuit, Vertical countdown circuit, Automatic 50/60Hz selection circuit, Blanking and inserted cut-off pulses position adapted to standard (50 or 60Hz), Long blanking mode capability in 60Hz (same blanking as 50Hz standard), Possibility to insert cut-off pulses after a vertical oversize blanking signal, De-interlace capability, Horizontal starting circuit with soft-start capability, Horizontal and vertical position adjustments, vertical amplitude control voltage (combined with chroma subcarrier output), 4/3, 16/9 selection voltage.

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ELEC TRICAL CHAR A CT ERISTI CS


A B SO LU TE MA XIMUM RA TIN S G
Symbol V CC _8V V CC _5V V ESD Toper Tstg 8 V Supply Voltage 5 V Supply Voltage Capacitor 100 pF discharged viaserial resistance (Human Body Model) 1.5 k 2 Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Parameter Value 10 7 kV 0, +70 C -55, +150 C Unit V V

TH ER M A L DA TA
Symbol Parameter SDIP56 TQFP64 Typical Value 40 50 Unit C/W C/W

R th (j-a) Junction-ambient Thermal Resistance (measured at P D = 1 W)

SU PPLY (Supplies at Typical Values, 25C, I bus register at power-on reset value, autom C amb = T mode, unless otherwise specified).
Symbol V CCIF V CCD V CC1 V CC2 I CCIF I CC5F I CCI I CC2 PD Parameter Test Conditions Min. Typ Max. Unit IF Circuit Supply Voltage 4.75 5 5.25 Bus & Digital Supply Voltage 4.75 5 5.25 Chroma, Scanning Supply Voltage 7.6 8 8.4 V Video Supply Voltage 7.6 8 8.4 V V CCIF Current Consumption V = 5 V. No-load at RGB outputs. 58 m CCIF V CC5F Current Consumption V = 5 V. No-load at RGB outputs. 48 m CCD V CCI Current Consumption V 40 m CCI = 8 V. No-load at RGB outputs. V CC2 Current Consumption V = 8 V. No-load at RGB outputs. 56 m CC2 V CCI = V = 8 V, CC2 Total Power Dissipation V CCIF =V CC5V = 5 V No-load at RGB outputs. 1300 mW

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ST92195C/D

pos: IC01

48-96 KB ROM HCMOS MCU WITH ON-SCREEN DISPLAY AND TELETEXT DATA SLICER
General Features:
Register File based 8/16 bit Core Architecture with RUN, WFI, SLOW and HALT modes 0C to +70C Operating Temperature Range available Up to 24 MHz Operation @ 5V10% Minimum instruction cycle time: 165nS at 24MHz. 48, 56, 64, 84 or 64K Bytes ROM 256 Bytes RAM of Register file (accumulators or index registers) 256 to 512 Bytes of on-chip static RAM 2 or 8 Kbytes of TDSRAM (Teletext and Display Storage RAM) 28 fully programmable I/O pins Serial Peripheral Interface Flexible Clock controller for OSD, Data Slicer and Core clocks running from a single low frequency external crystal. Enhanced Display Controller with 26 rows of 40/80 characters 2 sets of 512 characters Serial and Parallel attributes 10x10 dot Matrix, definable by user 4/3 and 16/9 supported in 50/60HZ and 100/120 Hz mode Rounding, fringe, double width, double height, scrolling, cursor, full Background color, half-intensity color, translucency and half-tone modes Teletext unit, including Data slicer, Acquisition Unit and up to 8K Bytes RAM for Data Storage VPS and Wide Screen Signalling slicer Integrated Sync Extractor and Sync Controller 14-bit Voltage Synthesis for tuning reference voltage Up to 6 External Interrupts plus one non-maskable interrupt 8 x 8-bit programmable PWM outputs with 5V open-drain or push-pull capability 16-bit Watchdog timer with 8-bit prescaler 1 or 2 16-bit standard timer(s) with 8-bit prescaler IC Master/Slave (on some devices) 4-channel A/D converter; 5-bit guaranteed Rich instruction set and 14-Addressing modes Versatile development tools, including Assembler, Linker, 44 C-Compiler, Archiver, Source Level Debugger and hardware emulators with Real-Time Operating System available from third parties Pin Compatible EPROM and OTP devices available. Microcontroller+OSD+(Teletext decoder)+VPS/PDC/WS decoder are embedded in one chip, where there are two types with the major difference; ST92185 No-teletext ST92195 With teletext The ST92195 microcontroller is developed and manufactured by STMicroelectronics using a pro-prietary n-well HCMOS process. Its performance derives from the use of a flexible 256-register pro-gramming model for ultra-fast context switching and real-time event response. The intelligent on-chip peripherals offload the ST9 core from I/O and data management processing tasks allowing critical application tasks to get the maximum use of core resources. The ST92195 MCU supports low power consumption and low voltage operation for power-efficient and low-cost embedded systems. The advanced ST9+ Core consists of the Central Processing Unit (CPU), the Register File and the Interrupt controller. The general-purpose registers can be used as accumulators, index registers, or address pointers. Adjacent register pairs make up 16-bit registers for addressing or 16-bit processing. Although the ST9 has an 8-bit ALU, the chip handles 16-bit operations, including arithmetic, loads/stores, and memory/register and memory/memory exchanges. Two basic addressable spaces are available: the Memory space and the Register File, which includes the control and status registers of the on-chip peripherals. Power consumption of the device can be reduced by more than 95% (Low power WFI). Up to 28 I/O lines are dedicated to digital Input/Output. These lines are grouped into up to five I/O Ports and can be configured on a bit basis under software control to provide timing, status signals, timer and output, analogue inputs, external interrupts and serial or parallel I/O. A set of on-chip peripherals form a complete system for TV set and VCR applications: Voltage Synthesis VPS/WSS Slicer Teletext Slicer Teletext Display RAM OSD

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

Up to 96 Kbytes ROM 256 or 512 bytes RAM

I/O PORT 0

P0[7:0]

I/O PORT 2 I/O PORT 3

P2[5:0]

Up to 8 Kbytes TRI TDSRAM

P3[7:4]

8/16-bit CPU NMI INT[7:4] INT2 INT0 MMU Interrupt Management ST9+ CORE OSCIN OSCOUT RESET RESETO RCCU 16-BIT TIMER/ WATCHDOG SDO/SDI SCK MCFM SPI TIMING AND CLOCK CTRL VOLTAGE SYNTHESIS

MEMORY BUS

256 bytes Register File

I/O PORT 4

P4[7:0]

I/O PORT 5 DATA SLICER & ACQUISITION UNIT SYNC. EXTRACTION REGISTER BUS VPS/WSS DATA SLICER ADC

P5[1:0]

TXCF CVBS1

WSCR WSCF CVBS2 AIN[4:1] EXTRG VSYNC HSYNC/CSYNC CSO FREQ. PXFM MULTIP. R/G/B/FB TSLU HT PWM[7:0]

SYNC CONTROL ON SCREEN DISPLAY PWM D/A CONVERTER

VSO[2:1]

STOUT0 SDA1/SCL1 SDA2/SCL2

STANDARD TIMER 1) IC 2)

All alternate functions characters) (Italic are mapped on Ports 0, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Note 1 One standard timer on ST92195C devices, two standard timers on ST92195D devic : Note 2 C available on ST92195D devices only : I

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PIN DESCRIPTION (Cont d) Figure 3. 56-Pin Package Pin-Out


INT7/P2.0 1 RESET 2 P0.7 3 P0.6 4 P0.5 5 P0.4 6 P0.3 7 AIN4/P0.2 8 P0.1 9 P0.0 10 CSO/RESET0 /P3.7 11 P3.6 12 P3.5 13 P3.4 14 B 15 G 16 R 17 FB 18 SDA1/SDI/SDO/P5.1 19 20 SCL1/SCK/INT2/P5.0 V DD 21 JTDO 22 23 WSCF V PP /WSCR 24 AVDD3 25 TEST0 26 27 MCFM JTCK 28 56 P2.1/INT5/AIN1 55 P2.2/INT0/AIN2 54 P2.3/INT6/VS01 53 P2.4/NMI 52 P2.5/AIN3/INT4/VS02 51 OSCIN 50 OSCOUT 49 P4.7/PWM7/EXTRG/STOUT0 48 P4.6/PWM6 47 P4.5/PWM5/SDA2 46 P4.4/PWM4/SCL2 45 P4.3/PWM3/TSLU/HT 44 P4.2/PWM2 43 P4.1/PWM1 42 P4.0/PWM0 41 VSYNC 40 HSYNC/CSYNC 39 AVDD1 38 PXFM 37 JTRSTO 36 GND 35 AGND 34 CVBS1 33 CVBS2 32 JTMS 31 AVDD2 30 CVBSO 29 TXCF

RESET Reset (input, active low). The ST9+ is iniVSYNC Vertical Sync. Vertical video synchro tialised by the Reset signal. With the deactivationto OSD. Positive or negative tion input of RESET, program execution begins from the HSYNC/CSYNC Horizontal/Composite sync. HoriProgram memory location pointed to by the vector composite video synchronisatio zontal or contained in program memory locations 00h and OSD. Positive or negative polarity. 01h. PXFM Analog pin for the Display Pixel F R/G/B Red/Green/Blue. Video color analog DAC Multiplier outputs. AVDD3 Analog V DD of PLL. This pin must be t FB Fast Blanking. Video analog DAC output. to V externally. DD VDD Main power supply voltage (5V10%, digital) GND Digital circuit ground. WSCF, WSCR Analog pins for the VPS/WSS slic- Analog circuit ground (must be ti AGND er . These pins must be tied to ground or not to digital GND). nally connected. CVBS1 Composite video input signal for t VPP: On EPROM/OTP devices, the WSCR pin is text slicer and sync extraction. replaced by Vwhich is the programming voltage PP CVBS2 Composite video input signal for t pin. PP should be tied to GND in user mode. V WSS slicer. Pin AC coupled. MCFM Analog pin for the display pixel frequency AVDD1, AVDD2 Analog power supplies (must multiplier. tied externally to AVDD3). OSCIN, OSCOUT Oscillator (input and output). These pins connect a parallel-resonantTXCF Analog pin for the Teletext slicer crystal (24MHz maximum), or an external source CVBSO, JTDO, JTCK Test pins: leave float to the on-chip clock oscillator and buffer. OSCIN is the TEST0 Test pins: must be tied to AVDD2. input of the oscillator inverter and internal clock JTRST0 Test pin: must be tied to GND. generator; OSCOUT is the output of the oscillator inverter.

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PIN ASSIGNMENT
Pin No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 28 30 32 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 53 54 55 56 Pin Name INT7/P2.0 P0.7 P0.6 P0.5 P0.4 P0.3 AIN4 P0.1 P0.0 CSO/RESET0/P3.7 P3.6 P3.5 P3.4 JTCK CVBSO JTMS P4.0/PWMO P4.1/PWM1 P4.2/PWM2 P4.3/PWM3 P4.4/PWM4 P4.5/PWM5 P4.6/PWM6 P4.7/PWM7/EXTRG/STOUT P2.4/NMI P2.3/INT6/VS01 P2.2/INT0/AIN2 P2.1/INT5/AIN1 I/O Function IR INT. IN DVDDATAOUT STOP N.C. N.C. N.C. AV.STATUS N.C. N.C. MUTE_DVD L/L' TV/DVD STDBY N.C. N.C. N.C. DVD_STD_BY VOL N.C. DVD POWER +5V DVD POWER +12V N.C. N.C. N.C. N.C. LED CONTROL DVDDATAIN KEYBOARD INPUT

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24C08
Non-Volatile Memory

pos: IC02

These I_C-compatible electrically erasable programmable memory (E_PROM) is organized as 1024 x 8 bit and operate with a power supply of 5 V. The memory behaves as a slave device in the I_C protocol, with all memory operations synchronized by the serial clock. Read and Write operations are initiated by a START condition, generated by the bus master. The START condition is followed by a Device Select Code and RW bit terminated by an acknowledge bit.

DC Characteristics
70 85 C; V (T = 0 toC, 20 to C or 40 to 85 CC = 3V to 5.5V, 2.5V to 5.5V or 1.8V to 5.5V A
Symbol I LI I LO Parameter Input Leakage Current Output Leakage Current Supply Current (ST24 series) Supply Current (ST25 series) Supply Current (Standby) (ST24 series) Test Condition V V 0V IN CC 0V V OUT V CC SDA in Hi-Z V CC = 5V, f 100kHz C = (Rise/Fall time < 10ns)
CC

Min

Max 2 2 2 1 100 300 5 50 20 60 10 20 0.3


CC

Unit A A mA mA A A A A A A A A 0.3 V V V V V V V V

I CC

V C f = 2.5V, = 100kHz

I CC1

V V IN = VS or CC , S V CC = 5V V IN = VS or CC , V S V CC = 5V, f 100kHz C = V IN = VS or CC , V S V CC = 2.5V V IN = VS or CC , V S V CC = 2.5V, = 100kHz C f V V IN = VS or CC , S V CC = 3.6V V IN = VS or CC , V S V CC = 3.6V, = 100kHz C f V IN = VS or CC , V S V CC = 1.8V V IN = VS or CC , V S V CC = 1.8V, = 100kHz C f

I CC2

Supply Current (Standby) (ST25 series)

I CC3

Supply Current (Standby) (ST24C08R)

I CC4

Supply Current (Standby) (ST24C08R)

V IL V IH V IL V IH

Input Low Voltage (SCL, SDA) Input High Voltage (SCL, SDA) Input Low Voltage (E, PRE, MODE,C) W Input High Voltage (E, PRE, MODE,C) W Output Low Voltage (ST24 series) = 3mA, CC = 5V I V OL
CC

0.7 VV + 1 CC 0.5 V CC + 1

0.3 V CC 0.5

0.4 0.4 0.3

V OL

Output Low Voltage (ST25 series) = 2.1mA,CCV = 2.5V I OL Output Low Voltage (ST24C08R) V I = 1mA, CC = 1.8V OL

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TDA1771
VERTICAL DEFLECTION CIRCUIT
DESCRIPTION

pos: ID41

. . . . . . .

The TDA1771 is a monolithic integrated circuit in SIP10 package. It is a full performance and very efficient vertical deflection circuit intended for direct drive of a TV picture tube in Color and B & W television as well as in Monitor and Data displays.

RAMP GENERATOR INDEPENDENT AMPLITUDE ADJUSTEMENT BUFFER STAGE POWER AMPLIFIER FLYBACK GENERATOR INTERNAL REFERENCE VOLTAGE THERMAL PROTECTION
SIP10 (Plastic Package) ORDER CODE : TDA1771

PIN CONNECTIONS (top view)


10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 FLYBACK GENERATOR VS INVERTING INPUT BUFFER OUTPUT RAMP GENERATOR GROUND HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT TRIGGER INPUT OUTPUT STAGE V S POWER OUTPUT

ESCRIPTION he TDA1771 is a monolithic integrated circuit in IP10 package. t is a full performance and very efficient vertical eflection circuit intended for direct drive of a TV icture tube in Color and B & W television as well s in Monitor and Data displays. LOCK DIAGRAM
9 2

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

FLYBACK GENERATOR

10

R3

TRIGGER IN

RAMP GENERATOR

CLOCK PULSE

POWER AMP.

BUFFER STAGE

THERMAL PROTECTION

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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS


Symbol VS V1 , V3 V8 I 0 I 0 I 10 I 10 P tot TS ,
JT 2V

Parameter Supply Voltage Flyback Peak Voltage Trigger Input Voltage Amplifier Input Voltage Output Peak to Peak Current (non repetitive t = 2ms) Output Peak to Peak Current t > 10 s Pin 10 DC Current1 at V < 9 V Pin 10 Peak to Peak Current @ t fly< 1.5ms Total Power Dissipation @ TC tab = 60 Storage and Junction Temperature

Value 30 65 20 GND to V S 4 100 3 9

Unit V V V V 6 A mA W
1771-01.TBL

40, + 150 C

THERMAL DATA
R th R th Thermal (j-tab)
(j-a)

Resistance Junction-tab

Max. Max.

10 70

C/W C/W

Thermal Resistance Junction-ambient

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (T C amb = 25 unless otherwise specified)


Symbol DC (V = 30V) S I 2 I 9 6 I 6 I dI/I 6 6 V1 V 1L V 1H V4 dV4/V S dV4/d I Vr Gv V fs V 10 V3 I 3 t 3
4

Parameter

Test Conditions

Min.

Typ.

Max.

Unit

Pin 2 Quiescent Current Pin 9 Quiescent Current Ramp Generator Bias Current Ramp Generator Current Ramp Gener. Linearity Quiescent Output Voltage

1 1 6 6 6 a

= 0, I 0 I = 10 = 0, I 0 I = 10 = 0 V =V 0, 4 =I 20 A = V to 15V, = 20 0 A 4 I = R , R = 10k V = 30V 30k b , S 17.0 7.2 18.5

16 15 20 0.2 17.8 7.5 0.5 1 1.1 1.6 6.3 6.6 1 1.5 4.26

36 30 0.5 21.5 1 18.6 7.8 1 1.4 1.6 2.2 6.9 2 2 4.40 60 2.5 3 3.0 30

mA mA A A % V V V V V V V mV/V mV/ A 4.54 dB V V A


1171-03.TBL

, b , S R a = 6.8k R = 10k V = 15V Out Saturation Voltage to GND 1 = 0.5A I I = 1.2A 1 Out Saturation Voltage to V S Reference Voltage 1 = 0.5A I 1 = 1.2A I
4

I A = 20

Reference Voltage Drift VersusS V= 10V to 30V V S Reference Voltage Drift 4 Versus = 10 to 30 I I A A 4 Internal Ref. Voltage Ouput Stage Open Loop Gain V9
10Saturation Voltage 10 10

1771-02.TBL

Symbol

Parameter

Value

Unit

f = 100Hz = 1.2A I (see note 1)


IN

1.5 1.7 2.6 20

Pin 10 Scanning Voltage Trigger Input Threshold Trigger Input Bias Current Trigger Input Width

= I 20mA = V V 0.2V 3 (see note 2)

3.4

60 S th

Notes : 1. The trigger input circuit can accept, with a metal option, positive and negative going input pulses. 1.2 t S 2. th = where t the vertical period and V amplitude at Pin 6 S is PP is ramp V PP

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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (T C amb = 25 unless otherwise specified) (continued)


Symbol DC (V = 24V) S VS I 1 I S V1 V7 TJS Operating Supply Voltage Range Peak-to-peak Operating Current Range Supply Current Flyback Voltage Sawtooh Pedestall Voltage Junction Temp. for Thermal Shutdown
Y Y

Parameter

Test Conditions

Min.

Typ.

Max.

Unit

10 0.4 315 51 1.85 145 = 2.4A I pp =I 2.4A pp

30 2.5 mA
1771-04.TBL 1771-03.EPS

V C

APPLICATION CIRCUIT
+VS
0.1 F 470F 1N4001

2 100F 35V

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

FLYBACK GENERATOR

10

R3

TRIGGER IN

RAMP GENERATOR

CLOCK PULSE

POWER AMP.

1
2.2 330

YOKE

BUFFER STAGE

THERMAL PROTECTION

0.22 F

Ry = 9.6 Ly = 24.6mH Iy = 1.2App

2.4k

4 180k

6 47nF

1.2k

1k
22F

1500 F

220k

1.2

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TDA 16846

pos: IP01

Controller for Switch Mode Power Supplies Supporting Low Power Standby and Power Factor Correction
Features
Line Current Consumption with PFC Low Power Consumption Stable and Adjustable Standby Frequency Very Low Start-up Current Soft-Start for Quiet Start-up Free usable Fault Comparators Synchronization and Fixed Frequency Facility Over- and Undervoltage Lockout Switch Off at Mains Undervoltage Temporary high power circuit (only TDA 16847) Mains Voltage Dependent Fold Back Point Correction Continuous Frequency Reduction with Decreasing Load Adjustable and Voltage Dependent Ringing Suppression Time

Description
The TDA 16846 is optimised to control free running or fixed frequency flyback converters with or without Power Factor Correction (Current Pump). To provide low power consumption at light loads, this device reduces the switching frequency continuously with load, towards an adjustable minimum (e. g. 20 kHz in standby mode). Additionally, the start up current is very low. To avoid switching stresses of the power devices, the power transistor is always switched on at minimum voltage. A special circuit is implemented to avoid jitter. The device has several protection functions: V CC over- and undervoltage, mains undervoltage, current limiting and 2 free usable fault comparators. Regulation can be done by using the internal error amplifier or an opto coupler feedback (additional input). The output driver is ideally suited for driving a power MOSFET, but it can also be used for a bipolar transistor. Fixed frequency and synchronized operation are also possible. The TDA 16846 is suited for TV-, VCR- sets and SAT receivers. It also can be good used in PC monitors. The TDA 16847 is identical with TDA 16846 but has an additional power measurement output (pin 8) which can be used for a Temporary High Power Circuit.

Pin Configuration (top view)


U

Pin Definitions and Functions


Pin Symbol OTC PCS RZI SRC OCI FC2 SYN N.C./PMO REF FC1 PVC GND OUT VCC Function Off Time Circuit Primary Current Simulation Regulation and Zero Crossing Input Soft-Start and Regulation Capacitor Opto Coupler Input Fault Comparator 2 Synchronization Input Not Connected (TDA16846) Reference Voltage and Current Fault Comparator 1 Primary Voltage Check Ground Output Supply Voltage 1 2

DTC PCS RZI SRC OCI FC2 SYN

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

14 13 12 11 10 9 8

VCC OUT GND PVC FC1 REF N.C./PMO

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

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Short Description of the Pin Functions

Pin 1

Functions A parallel RC-circuit between this pin and ground determines the ringing suppression time and the standby-frequency. A capacitor between this pin and ground and a resistor between this pin and the positive terminal of the primary elcap quantifies the max. possible output power of the SMPS. This is the input of the error amplifier and the zero crossing input. The output of a voltage divider between the control winding and ground is connected to this input. If the pulses at pin 3 exceed a 5 V threshold, the control voltage at pin 4 is lowered. This is the pin for the control voltage. A capacitor has to be connected between this pin and ground. The value of this capacitor determines the duration of the softstart and the speed of the control. If an opto coupler for the control is used, it's output has to be connected between this pin and ground. The voltage divider at pin 3 has then to be changed, so that the pulses at pin 3 are below 5 V. Fault comparator 2: If a voltage > 1.2 V is applied to this pin, the SMPS stops. If fixed frequency mode is wanted, a parallel RC circuit has to be connected between this pin and ground. The RC-value determines the frequency. If synchronized mode is wanted, sync pulses have to be fed into this pin. Not connected (TDA16846). / This is the power measurement output of the Temporary High Power Circuit. A capacitor and a RC-circuit has to be connected between this pin and ground. Output for reference voltage (5 V). With a resistor between this pin and ground the fault comparator 2 (pin 6) is enabled. Fault comparator i: If a voltage > 1 V is applied to this pin, the SMPS stops. This is the input of the primary voltage check. The voltage at the anode of the primary elcap has to be fed to this pin via a voltage divider. If the voltage of this pin falls below 1 V, the SMPS is switched off. A second function of this pin is the primary voltage dependent fold back point correction (only active in free running mode). Common ground. Output signal. This pin has to be connected across a serial resistor with the gate of the power transistor. Connection for supply voltage and startup capacitor. After startup the supply voltage is produced by the control winding of the transformer and rectified by an external diode.

6 7

10 11

12 13

14

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TDA16846 Block Diagrams


PVC D4 SYN KSY R7 5V 30k R8 R4 Fold Back Point Correction R6x1/3 11 Primary Voltage Check 1V

R6 1.5V

PVA

D5

R3

15k 75k Control Voltage Limit 5V OTC 1 CS1 Off Time Comparator G1 1 ED2 RSTC/RSTF Eror Amplifier D2

3.5V + VCC 9 8 G4 1 R2 ErrorFlipflop S R Q 6 + FC2 1.2V REF N.C. FC2

+ -

3.5V

5V

RZI

+ D3 Buffer for Control Voltage

4 SRC OCI 5

+ + R1 20k

On Time Comparator

& S G2 I1 R Q

G3 &

Output Driver 13 OUT

PCS

5V

ED1 1.5V D1 Startup Diode 14 12 16V <25mV Overvoltage Comparator Supply Voltage Comparator FC1 1V Zero Crossing Signal

VCC GND

+ -

15.8V

+ -

10

1) The input with the lower voltage becomes operative

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TDA7057AQ
2 x5 W stereo BTL Audio Output Amplifier with DC Volume Control
FEATURES
DC volume control Few external components Mute mode Thermal protection Short-circuit proof No switch-on and switch-off clicks Good overall stability Low power consumption Low HF radiation ESD protected on all pins.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The TDA7057AQ is astereo BTL output amplifier with DC volume control. The device is designed for use in TV and monitors, but are also suitable for battery-fed portable recorders and radios.

Missing Current Limiter (MCL)


A MCL protection circuit is built-in. The MCL circuit is activated when the difference in current between the output terminal of each amplifier exceeds 100 mA (typical 300 mA). This level of 100 mA allows for headphone applications (single-ended).

QUICK REFERENCE DATA


SYMBOL PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT

VP Pout Gv GC Iq(tot) THD


TYPE NUMBER

supply voltage output power voltage gain gain control total quiescent current total harmonic current

Vp = 12 V; RL = 16 Vp = 12 V; RL = 8

4.5 3.0 39.5 68.0


PACKAGE

3.5 5.3 40.5 73.5 22 0.3

18 41.5 25 1

V W W dB dB mA %

Vp = 12 V; RL = Pout=0.5w w

NAME

DESCRIPTION

VERSION

TDA7057AQ
SYMBOL

DBS13P
PIN

Plastic DIL-bent-SIL power package; 13 leads (lead length 12 mm)


DESCRIPTION
vc1 n.c. VI(1) VP VI(2) SGND VC2 OUT2 PGND2 OUT2 OUT1PGND1 OUT1+
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

SOT141-6

VC1 n.c. VI (1) VP VI (2) SGND VC2 OUT2+ PGND2 OUT2OUT1PGND1 OUT1+

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

DC volume contol 1 not connected voltage input 1 positive supply voltage voltage input 2 signal ground DC volume contol 2 positeve output 2 power ground 2 negative output 2 negative output 1 powwer ground 1 positive output 1

TDA7057AQ

Pin Configuration
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(1)

100 nF

220 F

V P = 12 V

TDA7053AQ
13 470 nF input 1 R s = 5 k 3 1 I 1 11 I+ 1
(2)

STABILIZER

TEMPERATURE MCL PROTECTION 10

470 nF input 2

I 1 5 7 I+ 1 8
(2)

R s = 5 k

DCvolume

12

signal ground

power ground

(1) This capacitor can be omitted if the 220 F electrolytic capacitor is connected close to pin 5. (2) R = 16 . L

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The TDA7057AQ is a stereo output amplifiers with two DC volume control stages. The device is designed for TV and monitors, but also suitable for battery-fed portable recorders and radios. In conventional DC volume control circuits the control or input stage is AC coupled to the output stage via external capacitors to keep the offset voltage low. In the TDA7057AQ the two DC volume control stages are integrated into the input stages so that no coupling capacitors are required and a low offset voltage is still maintained. The minimum supply voltage also remains low. The BTL principle offers the following advantages: Lower peak value of the supply current The frequency of the ripple on the supply voltage is twice the signal frequency. Consequently, a reduced power supply with smaller capa citors can be used which results in cost reductions. For portable applications there is a trend to decrease the supply voltage, resulting in a reduction of output power at conventional output stages. Using the BTL principle increases the output power. The maximum gain of the amplifier is fixed at 40.5 dB. The DC volume control stages have a logarithmic control characteristic. Therefore, the total gain can be controlled from +40.5 dB to -33 dB. If the DC volume control voltage falls below 0.4 V, the device will switch to the mute mode. The amplifier is short-circuit protected to ground, Vp and across the load. A thermal protection circuit is also implemented. If the crystal temperature rises above 150 oC the gain will be reduced, thereby reducing the output power. Special attention is given to switch-on and switch-off clicks, low HF radiation and a good overall stability.

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74HC4053B
Analog Multiplexer/Demultiplexer

pos:IA03
4053B EY F (Plastic Package) (Ceramic Frit Seal Package)

. . . . . . . . . . .

QUIESCE NT CURREN T SPECIFIE TO 20V D FOR HCC DEVICE LOW ON RESISTANCE : 125 (typ.) OVER 15V p.p. SIGNAL-INPUT RANGE FOR VDD V EE = 15V HIGH OFF RESISTANCE : CHANNEL LEAKAGE 100pA (typ.) V VEE = 18V DD BINARY ADDRESS DECODING ON CHIP VERY LOW QUIESCENT POWER DISSIPATION UNDER ALL DIGITAL CONTROL INPUT AND SUPPLY CONDITIONS : 0.2 W (typ.), V DD VSS = V DD VEE = 10V MATCHED SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS : R ON = 5 (typ.) for V VEE = 15V DD WIDE RANGE OF DIGITAL AND ANALOG SIGNAL LEVELS : DIGITAL 3 TO 20V, ANALOG TO 20V p.p. 5V, 10V, AND 15V PARAMETRIC RATINGS INPUT CURRENT OF 100mA AT 18V AND 25 FOR HCC DEVICE C 100% TESTED FOR QUIESCENT CURRENT MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF JEDEC TENo TATIVE STANDARD N 13A, STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR DESCRIPTION OF B SERIES CMOS DEVICES

M1 C1 (Micro Package) (Plastic Chip Carrier) ORDER CODES : HCC40XXBF HCF40XXBM1 HCF40XXBEY HCF40XXBC1

DESCRIPTION TheHCC 4051B, 4052B and4053B (extended temperature range) and HCF4051B, 4052B and4053B (intermediate temperature range) are monolith tegrated circuits, available in 16-lead dua plastic or ceramic package and plastic microp age. HCC/HCF4051B, HCC/HCF4052B, and HCC/HCF4053B analog multiplexers/demult plexers are digitally controlled analog switc ing low ON impedance and very low OFF leakage

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAMS AND TRUTH TABLES (continued)


4053
Inhibit 0 0 1 A or B or C 0 1 X ax or bx or cx ay or by or cy None

X = Dont care.

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LM317
1.2V TO 37V Voltage Regulator
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The LM117 series of adjustable 3-terminal positive voltage regulators is capable of supplying in excess of 1.5A over a 1.2V to 37V output range. They are exceptionally easy to use and require only two external resistors to set the output voltage. Further, both line and load regulation are better than standard fixed regulators. Also, the LM117 is packaged in standard transistor packages which are easily mounted and handled. In addition to higher performance than fixed regulators, the LM117 series offers full overload protection available only in ICs. Included on the chip are current limit, thermal overload protection and safe area protection. All overload protection circuitry remains fully functional even if the adjustment termi-nal is disconnected. Normally, no capacitors are needed unless the device is situ-ated more than 6 inches from the input filter capacitors in which case an input bypass is needed. An optional output capacitor can be added to improve transient response. The adjustment terminal can be bypassed to achieve very high ripple rejection ratios which are difficult to achieve with stan-dard 3-terminal regulators. Besides replacing fixed regulators, the LM117 is useful in a wide variety of other applications. Since the regulator is floating and sees only the input-to-output differential volt- age, supplies of several hundred volts can be regulated as long as the maximum input to output differential is not ex-ceeded, i.e., avoid short-circuiting the output. Also, it makes an especially simple adjustable switching regulator, a programmable output regulator, or by connecting a fixed resistor between the adjustment pin and output, the LM117 can be used as a precision current regulator. Sup-plies with electronic shutdown can be achieved by clamping the adjustment terminal to ground which programs the out-put to 1.2V where most loads draw little current. For applications requiring greater output current, see LM150 series (3A) and LM138 series (5A) data sheets. For the negative complement, see LM137 series data sheet.

pos: IP02

FEATURES
l l l l l l l l l

Guaranteed 1% output voltage tolerance (LM317A) Guaranteed max. 0.01%/V line regulation (LM317A) Guaranteed max. 0.3% load regulation (LM117) Guaranteed 1.5A output current Adjustable output down to 1.2V Current limit constant with temperature P + Product Enhancement tested 80 dB ripple rejection Output is short-circuit protected

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LM358 Dual Operational Amplifier


FEATURES
INTERNALLY FREQUENCY COMPENSATED LARGE DC VOLTAGE GAIN : 100dB WIDE BANDWIDTH (unity gain) : 1.1MHz (temperature compen sated) VERY LOW SUPPLY CURRENT/OP (500mA) ESSENTIALLY INDEPENDENT OF SUPPLY VOLTAGE LOW INPUT BIAS CURRENT : 20nA (temperature compensated) LOW INPUT OFFSET VOLTAGE : 2mV LOW INPUT OFFSET CURRENT : 2nA INPUT COMMON-MODE VOLTAGE RANGE INCLUDES GROUND DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE EQUAL TO THE POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE LARGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE SWING 0V TO (VCC 1.5V)

pos: I060
PIN CONNECTIONS

1 2 3 +

1 2 3 4

- Output 1 5 - Non-inverting input 2 - Inverting input 1 6 - Inverting input 2 - Non-inverting input7 1 Ouput 2 - CC V 8 - CC + V

DESCRIPTION
These circuits consist of two independent, high gain, internally frequency compensated which were designed specifically to operate from a single power supply over a wide range of voltages. The low power supply drain is independent of the magnitude of the power supply voltage. Application areas include transducer amplifiers, dc gain blocks

and all the conventional op-amp circuits, which now can be more easily implemented in single power supply systems. For example, these circuits can be directly supplied with the standard + 5V, which is used in logic systems and will easily, provide the required interface electronics without requiring any additional power supply. In the linear mode the input common-mode voltage range includes ground and the output voltage can also swing to ground, even

LM7805 pos: IP03 3-Terminal 1A Positive Voltage Regulator


Features
Output Current up to 1A Output Voltage of 5,6,8,9,10,12,15,18,24 V Thermal Overload Protection Short Circuit Protection Output Transistor Safe Operating Area Protection

Description
The MC78XX/LM78XX/MC78XXA series of three terminal positive regulators are available in the TO-220/DPAK package and with several fixed output voltages, making them useful in a wide range of applications. Each type employs internal current limiting, thermal shutdown and safe operating are protection, making it essentially indestructible. If adequate heat sinking is provided, they can deliver over 1 A output current. Although designed primarily as fixed voltage regulators, these devices can be used with external components to obtain adjustable voltages and currents.

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DESCRIPTION OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS -DVD PARTES6018


DVD PROCESSOR SOLUTION
DESCRIPTION
Built on ESSs proprietary and flexible Programmable Multimedia Processor architecture, the Vibratto TM series of DVD processors combine audio/video stream data processing, system control and housekeeping functions, video postprocessing, and display format encoding, enabling various DVD-based multimedia electronics to be built with minimal external components. The Vibratto series includes new features for DVD-Audio support, progressive scan video output, and built-in TV encoder and video DACs. All of the Vibratto DVD processors each include two parallel processing units, a RISC processor, a vector engine, and supplemental hardware resources for implementing specialized encoding and decoding tasks in the device architectures. All of these resources are interconnected with two separate data buses, each with its own DMA unit and interface to external memory. The processing units enable simultaneous parallel execution of system commands and data processing. Both the RISC processor and vector engine are independently programmable. Each has its own on-chip cache memory. The RISC processor and its associated hardware units perform bit stream parsing, control audio data output, transfer video and audio data to the vector engine and service system control and housekeeping functions. The vector engine and associated hardware units perform audio and video microcode processing required by A/V standards such as Dolby Digital TM, DTS TM, MPEG and JPEG. These processing tasks include audio DSP, video motion compensation and estimation, loop filtering, discrete cosine transforms (DCT) and inverse DCT, quantization and inverse quantization. The Vibratto DVD processors support both JPEG/MP3 audio playback and the Kodak PictureCD JPEG display format. These new features allow Picture CDs created with images and voiceovers from digital cameras to be enjoyed in a DVD player or Home Theater System. All of the Vibratto DVD processors support both parallel and serial DVD loader interfaces for system MPEG A/V data stream input, industry standard-I 2 S bus for audio data input and output, direct system EPROM and SDRAM access for high-speed command fetching and audio/video data buffering and processing. The Vibratto DVD processors are available in 208pin Plastic Quad Flat Pack (PQFP) device packages. Dedicated core and I/O power supplies for low-power operation; integrated 32-bit RISC processor for system host, eliminating requirements of an external host CPU Supports DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, VideoCD 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0, Super VideoCD (SVCD), CD-DA, MP3, and Kodak Picture-CD Supports parallel and serial interfaces to ATAPI, Compact Flash, DCI, IDE and UDF DVD loaders Direct interface of 8- or 16-bit SDRAM of up to 128-Mb capacity at a variety of speed grades Direct interface of up to 4 banks of 8- or 16-bit EPROM or Flash EPROM; automatic firmware updating of Flash EPROM through DVD loader

Video
Built-in NTSC/PAL encoder includes field-adaptive de interlacing for progressive scan video output for clearer and more stable display (ES6028 and ES6038 Only) Macrovision 7.1 and Macrovision AGC 1.03 compliant video outputs for 480-pixel progressive scan and for NTSC/PAL interlaced video Four built-in 10-bit Video DACs provide simultaneous video outputs of composite and S-video, or composite and YUV; supports selectable 8-bit CCIR 601 4:2:2 YUV outputs 8-bit On-Screen Display (OSD) controller with 3-bit blending provides display with 256 colors in 8 degrees of transparency On-chip Subpicture Unit (SPU) decoder supports karaoke lyric, subtitles, and EIA-608 compliant Line 21 Captioning Video error concealment, motion zoom and pan and NTSC to PAL and PAL to NTSC conversion supported

Audio
Dolby Digital (AC-3), DVD-Audio, Pro Logic, DTS, MPEG1 layer 2 and 3 Audio (MP3), and High-Definition Compatible Digital.... (HDCD) decoding On-chip Dolby Digital (AC-3) and DTS 5.1 channel decoding and output (ES6018/28/38 Only) Dolby Digital and DTS S/PDIF digital audio output. Dolby Digital Class A, DTS, and HDCD certified Meridian Lossless Packing.... (MLP) decoding and Linear PCM for DVD-Audio (ES6038 Only)

FEATURES

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8 MB SDRAM

EEPROM

ROM/Flash

DVD drive

SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM

ATAPI TVM Compact FlashUDE VSTEM DCI

VEE HA2 /AUX4[4] VEE AUX[0] AUX[1] AUX[2]/IOW# VSS VEE AUX[3]/IOR# AUX[4] AUX[5] AUX[6] AUX[7] LOE# VSS VCC LCS0# LCS1# LCS2# LCS3# VSS LD0 LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 VEE VSS LD5 LD6 LD7 LD8 LD9 LD10 LD11 VSS VEE LD12 LD13 LD14 LD15 LWRLL# LWRHL# VSS VEE CAMIN0 CAMIN1 LA0 LA1 LA2 LA3 VSS

157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208

Vibratto

Video

Audio

ES6008/18/28/38

208-Pin PQFP Package

Audio S/PDIF Out or DTS

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5.1 Audio DAC

VFD Driver

VEE LA4 LA5 LA6 LA7 LA8 LA9 VSS VCC LA10 LA11 LA12 LA13 LA14 LA15 LA16 VSS VEE LA17 LA18 LA19 LA20 LA21 RESET# TDMDX/RSEL VSS VEE TDMDR TDMCLK TDMFS TDMTSC# TWS/SEL_PLL2 TSD0/SEL_PLL0 VSS VCC TSD1/SEL_PLL1 TSD2 TSD3 MCLK TBCK SPDIF/PLL3 NC VSS VCC RSD RWS RBCK NC XIN XOUT AVEE VSS 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 118 117 116 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 VSS HA1/AUX4[3] HA0/AUX4[2] HCS3FX#/AUX3[6] HCS1FX#/AUX3[7] HIOCS16#/CAMCLK/AUX3[4] HRD#/DCI_ACK#/AUX4[6] HWR#/DCI_CLK/AUX4[5] VEE VSS HIORDY/AUX3[3] HRST#/AUX3[5] HIRQ/DCI_ERR#/AUX4[7] HRRQ#/AUX4[0] HWRQ#/DCI_REQ#/AUX4[1] HD15/AUX2[7]/IR HD14/AUX2[6]/SQSI VCC VSS HD13/AUX2[5]/SP HD12/AUX2[4]/C2PO HD11/AUX2[3]//IRQ HD10/AUX2[2]/SQSK HD9/AUX2[1]/SQSO HD8/DCI_FDS#/AUX2[0]/VFD_CLk HD7/DCI7/AUX1[7]/VFD_DIN VEE VSS HD6/DCI6/AUX1[6]/VFD_DOUT HD5/DCI5/AUX1[5] HD4/DCI4/AUX1[4] HD3/DCI3/AUX1[3] HD2/DCI2/AUX1[2] HD1/DCI1/AUX1[1] HD0/DCI0/AUX1[0] VCC VSS HSYNC#/CAMIN7/AUX3[0] VSYNC#/CAMIN6/AUX3[1] PCLKQSCN/CAMIN5/AUX3[2] PCLK2XSCN/CAMIN4 YUV7/CAMIN3 YUV6/VDAC YUV5/YDAC VSS ADVEE YUV4/RSET YUV3/COMP YUV2/CDAC YUV1/VREF YUV0/CAMIN2/UDAC DCLK

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TV

VFD Panel

Speakers or A/V Receiver

VEE VSS DSCK DQM DCS0# VEE VSS DCS1# DB15 DB14 DB13 DB12 VEE VSS DB11 DB10 DB9 DB8 DB7 DB6 VSS VCC DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0 VSS VEE DMBS1 DMBS0 DRAS# DWE# DOE#/DSCK_EN DCAS# VEE VSS DMA11 DMA10 DMA9 DMA8 DMA7 DMA6 VSS VEE DMA5 DMA4 DMA3 DMA2 DMA1 DMA0

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ES60X8 PIN DESCRIPTION

Table 1
Name VEE

ES60x8 Pin Description


Number I/O Definition I/O power supply. 1,18, 27, 59, 68, I 75, 92, 99, 104, 130, 148, 157, 159, 164, 183, 193, 201 8, 17, 26, 34, 43, I 52, 60, 67, 76, 84, 91, 98, 103, 112, 120, 129, 138, 147, 156, 163, 171, 177, 184, 192, 200, 208 23:19, 16:10, O 7:2, 207:204 9, 35, 44, 83, I 121, 139, 172 24 I O I 25

VSS

Ground.

LA[21:0] VCC RESET# TDMDX RSEL

Device address output. Core power supply. Reset input, active low. TDM transmit data. ROM Select.
RSEL
0 1

Selection
16-bit ROM 8-bit ROM

TDMDR TDMCLK TDMFS TDMTSC# TWS SEL_PLL2

28 29 30 31

I I I O O I

TDM receive data. TDM clock input. TDM frame sync. TDM output enable. Audio transmit frame sync. System and DSCK output clock frequency selection is made at the RESET#. The matrix below lists the available clock frequencies an PLL bit settings.
SEL_PLL2
0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

32

SEL_PLL1
0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

SEL_PLL0 Clock Type


0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 VCO off. DCLK Bypass mode DCLK x 2 DCLK x 4.5 DCLK x 3 DCLK x 3.5z DCLK x 4

TSD0 SEL_PLL0 TSD1 SEL_PLL1 TSD[2] TSD[3] 36 37 38 33

O I O I O O

Audio transmit serial data port 0. Refer to the description and matrix for SEL_PLL2 pin 32. Audio transmit serial data port 1. Refer to the description and matrix for SEL_PLL2 pin 32. Audio transmit serial data output 2. Audio transmit serial data output 3.

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Table 1
Name MCLK TBCK SPDIF SEL_PLL3

ES60x8 Pin Description (Continued)


Number 39 40 I/O I/O O O I 41 Definition Audio master clock for audio DAC. Audio transmit bit clock. S/PDIF output. Clock source select.
SEL_PLL3
0 1

Clock Source
Crystal oscillator DCLK input

NC RSD RWS RBCK XIN XOUT AVEE DMA[11:0] DCAS# DOE# DSCK_EN DWE# DRAS# DMBS0 DMBS1 DB[15:0] DCS[1:0]# DQM DSCK DCLK YUV0 CAMIN2 UDAC

42, 48 45 46 47 49 50 51 66:61, 58:53 69 70 71 72 73 74 O O O O O O O O I I I I I

No connect pins. Leave open. Audio receive serial data. Audio receive frame sync. Audio receive bit clock. Crystal input. Crystal output. Analog power for PLL. O DRAM address bus [11:0]. DRAM column address strobe. DRAM output enable. DRAM clock enable. DRAM write enable. DRAM row address strobe. SDRAM bank select 0. SDRAM bank select 1. DRAM data bus [15:0]. SDRAM chip select [1:0]. Data input/output mask. Output clock to SDRAM. 27 MHz clock input to PLL. YUV0 pixel output data. Camera input 2. Video DAC output.
Mode
A B C D

96:93, 90:85, I/O 82:77 97,100 101 102 105 O O I O I O O

YDAC
Y Y Y Y

UDAC

VDAC

CDAC
C C V V

106 Y: C: U: V:

C Composite Composite Composite U Composite U C

Luma component for YUV and Y/C processing. Chrominance signal for Y/C processing. Chrominance component signal for YUV mode. Chrominance component signal for YUV mode.

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Table 1
Name YUV1 VREF YUV2 CDAC YUV3 COMP YUV4 RSET ADVEE YUV5 YDAC YUV6 VDAC YUV7 CAMIN3 PCLK2XSCN CAMIN4 PCLKQSCN CAMIN5 VSYNC# CAMIN6 HSYNC# CAMIN7 HD[5:0] DCI[5:0] AUX1[5:0] HD[6] DCI[6] AUX1[6] VFD_DOUT HD[7] DCI[7] AUX1[7] VFD_DIN HD[8] DCI_FDS# AUX2[0] VFD_CLK HD[9] AUX2[1] SQSQ HD[10] AUX2[2] SQSK

ES60x8 Pin Description (Continued)


Number 107 I/O O I O 108 109 110 111 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 O O I O I I O O O O O I I/O I O I I/O I I/O I I/O 127:122 I/O I/O I/O I/O 128 I/O I I/O I/O 131 I/O I I/O I/O 132 I/O I I/O 133 I/O I I/O 134 I/O I Definition YUV1 pixel output data. Internal voltage reference to video DAC. Bypass to ground with F capacitor. YUV2 pixel output data. Video DAC output. Refer to description and matrix for UDAC pin 1 YUV3 pixel output data. Compensation input. Bypass to ADVEE with 0.1 F capacitor. YUV4 pixel output data. DAC current adjustment resistor input. Analog power for video DAC. YUV5 pixel output data. Video DAC output. Refer to description and matrix for UDAC pin 1 YUV6 pixel output data. Video DAC output. Refer to description and matrix for UDAC pin 1 YUV7 pixel output data. Camera YUV 3. 27-MHz video output pixel clock. Camera YUV 4. 13.5-MHz video output pixel clock. Camera YUV 5. Vertical sync, active low. Camera YUV 6. Horizontal sync, active low. Camera YUV 7. Host data I/O [5:0]. DVD channel data I/O [5:0]. Aux1 data I/O [5:0]. Host data I/O [6]. DVD channel data I/O [6]. Aux1 data I/O [6]. VFD data output. Host data I/O [7]. DVD channel data I/O [7]. Aux1 data I/O [7:0]. VFD data input. Host data bus 8. DVD input sector start. Aux2 data I/O 0. VFD clock input. Host data bus line 9. Aux2 data I/O [1] when selected. Subcode-Q data. Host data bus line10. Aux2 data I/O [2] when selected. Subcode-Q clock.

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