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EPSON DATA PROJECTOR

SVGA Data Projector


SERVICE MANUAL EMP-5500

EPSON

INTRODUCTION
This Service Manual describes of the hardware information which is necessary for the smooth field service of the DATA PROJECTOR EMP-5500 and the trouble shooting. As the primary technologies will be supplied with the technical information, you may update this manual.

HOW TO USE THE SERVICE MANUAL


Since the service manual describes the topics which may be required in the field maintenance, you may utilize this for repair or diagnosis of failures. The contents are as following. Before you start the maintenance service, read every safety precautions and observe safety precautions and observe safety rules. precautions : SAFETY,MAINTENANCE,PERSON chapter 1: GENERAL (PART NAME, CONNECTION, SPECIFICATION, etc...) chapter 2: THEORY OF OPERATION (HARDWARE CONFIGURATION, FUNCTION OF UNITS, etc...) chapter 3: DISASSEMBLE & ASSEMBLE (DISASSEMBLY PROCESS FOR MAIN UNIT) chapter 4: TROUBLE SHOOTING Appendix : PARTS LIST, EXPLODED DIAGRAM, CIRCUIT DIAGRAM, etc...

VCCI RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE SELF RESTRICTION


This product is the type 1 information equipment and uses radio frequency energy and fully complies with the limits for the specifications in the computer information equipment radio interference regulation (VCCI rules). If not installed and used properly manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception.

TRADEMARK
IBM and DOS/V are the trademark or the registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh and Power Book are the registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. Windows is the trademark of Microsoft Corporation. EPSON is the trademark of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.

NOTICES
1. This document should not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written permission of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. 2. Any of description in this document is the subject to change without notice in future. 3. The information and specification in this document are the most up-to-date at the time of publication. However, we are unable to guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the date of publication. In case of any mistake or lack of description, please kindly notify us to correct. 4. Any influence by utilizing the document may be out of our responsibility regardless the item 3 above. 1998 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION

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Record of Revisions
History REV | A Issued Date 1998.July.3 Alternation Original Issued

Memo Random
Free area to memorize any important technical information here.

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PRECAUTIONS
1. MAINTAIN THE SAFETY OF OPERATORS
(1) PROTECTION FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK * Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to turn off the power switch and remove the electric power cable from the electrical outlet. * Whenever inevitably turning the power on to the product opening the case or cover (repair process) be sure to take off any metallic materials such as a watch, cuffs, rings, and tie pins which may touch the metallic part of the product and dangerous of electric shock. (2) PROTECTION FROM ACCIDENTAL INJURY * Be sure not to touch the lamp inner housing and its circumstances after the power is turned off, they may be heated up even after the cooling down process was ended. Also make sure not to touch the lamp inner housing and its circumstances during the operation of repair as turning the power on. * Make sure to protect your hands by gloves from sharp edges during assembly and disassembly. * Do not look into the lens while the lights is on. Protect eyes from being damaged. (3) PROTECTION FROM ACCIDENTS * Any operation should be done while the device placed on a flat and stable place to prevent the device or parts from being dropped. Be careful not to place tools and parts on the device or at your feet. * Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to away from a place for foreigner come across in order to prevent the product from being used in incomplete condition or accidental near miss. Be sure not to leave the product during any repair work. * Be sure to use attached power cable when you supply the power to the product.

2. SAFETY MAINTENANCE
(1) ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE * Whenever doing any repair work on the product, be sure to wear the wrist band and the electrostatic mat with grounding. When replacing any electric components (Boards and Optical engine), it is recommended to touch the electrostatic plastic bag of the component to the metallic part of the product once before take the component out from the plastic bag.

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(2) LIMITATION OF PARTS * Use only authorized or supplied parts from EPSON for the replacement of mechanical parts including the lamp inner housing, air filter and so on. * Use only the power cable and the interface cables attached with the product. (3) Others * Visually check the distortion or dirt at the connectors of the power cable. If dirty, clean off, and if distorted, replace the cable in order to avoid firing by the flush over phenomenon. * When plug the internal connector cables or the interface cables, be sure to fully plug into the connectors until it stack to the connector edge. * When remove the FPC cable be sure to remove the connector lock in advance. When remove the cable on the CN7 of the MA Board or CN10 of the DR board2, the connector lock should be unlocked by pulling up the both end of connector lock simultaneously with tweezers. * Whenever doing removal of parts or repair work on the product, make sure that the work is done in a clean room, free of dust and dirt in order to keep the optical element away from dirt.

3. OTHERS
* Any questions on the EMP-5500 maintenance including supply of the service parts or contents of the document would like to be contacted to the below address. Any technical information about amendments is occasionally available as the service bulletin. SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION 4897 OH-AZA SHIMAUCHI, MATSUMOTO-SHI, NAGANO-KEN 390 JAPAN TEL: 81-263-48-5437 FAX: 81-263-48-5680 ATTN: Visual Device Customer Support Group

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Contents Chapter 1 Product general


1.1 PRODUCT GENERAL................................................................................ 1-1 1.2 PART NAME............................................................................................... 1-2 1.2.1 Outside View of Main Frame............................................................. 1-2 1.2.2 Inside view of Main Frame ................................................................ 1-4 1.2.3 Outside View of Remote Controller................................................... 1-5 1.2.4 Inside View of Remote Controller ..................................................... 1-6 1.3 CONNECTION............................................................................................ 1-7 1.3.1 Connecting to a PC .......................................................................... 1-9 1.3.2 Connecting to a Macintosh ............................................................. 1-10 1.3.3 Connecting to a Work Station......................................................... 1-11 1.3.4 Connecting to a Video source......................................................... 1-12 1.3.5 Connecting to an Audio source....................................................... 1-13 1.4 MAIN COMPORNENT .............................................................................. 1-14 1.5 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................... 1-19 1.5.1 Accesory specification .................................................................... 1-21 1.6 INTERFACE SPECIFICATION ................................................................. 1-22 1.6.1 Computer In (The picture input of analogue RGB from Computer). 1-22 1.6.2 Audio In (The voice input from computer)....................................... 1-22 1.6.3 Audio Out........................................................................................ 1-23 1.6.4 Computer Out ................................................................................. 1-23 1.6.5 S-Video........................................................................................... 1-23 1.6.6 Video In / Audio L/R........................................................................ 1-24 1.6.7 Mouse / Com 1/2 ............................................................................ 1-24 1.6.8 Repeater 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack .................................................. 1-25

Chapter 2 Theory of operation


2.1 HARDWARE CONFIGULATION ................................................................ 2-1 2.1.1 Electrical System Connections ......................................................... 2-3 2.1.2 Optical System Connections (Optical Engine) .................................. 2-4 2.2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT A/B....................................................................... 2-6 2.2.1 POWER SUPPLY UNIT A ................................................................ 2-7 2.2.2 THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT B ...................................................... 2-10 2.2.3 MA BOARD..................................................................................... 2-12

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2.3 DR BOARD 1/2 ASSEMBLY .................................................................... 2-17 2.5. OPERATION PANEL (UPPER CASE UNIT) ........................................... 2-21 2.6. AU BOARD.............................................................................................. 2-22 2.7. VJ BOARD .............................................................................................. 2-24 2.8. CN BOARD.............................................................................................. 2-25 2.9. RECEPTOR BOARD ............................................................................... 2-26 2.10. SPEAKER UNIT .................................................................................... 2-28 2.11. LIGHT GUIDE UNIT............................................................................... 2-29 2.12. LAMP INNER HOUSING ....................................................................... 2-31 2.13. SENSOR / SWITCH .............................................................................. 2-35 2.13.1. Interlock Switch (A part of power supply unit A)........................... 2-36 2.13.2. Safety Switch............................................................................... 2-37 2.13.3. Thermistor operation.................................................................... 2-38 2.14. FAN OPERATION ................................................................................. 2-42 2.15. LED indicator......................................................................................... 2-45

Chapter 3 Disassembly and assembly


3.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES.................................... 3-1 3.2 DISASSEMBLING THE MAIN UNIT ........................................................... 3-5 3.2.1 Removing the Lamp Unit / Air Filter Frame Unit................................ 3-6 3.2.2 Removing the Foot Stand Unit / Front Case Unit.............................. 3-7 3.2.3 Removing the Upper Case Unit / Hand Strap ................................... 3-8 3.2.4 Removing the Rear Case Unit ........................................................ 3-11 3.2.5 Removing the PBS / Lamp Thermistor ........................................... 3-13 3.2.6 Removing the Safety Switch........................................................... 3-13 3.2.7 Removing the Board Block ............................................................. 3-14 3.2.8 Removing the Optical Engine ......................................................... 3-17 3.2.9 Removing the CN Board ................................................................. 3-20 3.2.10 Removing the Power Supply Unit A/B .......................................... 3-21 3.2.11 Removing the Projection Lens Unit (PLU) .................................... 3-27 3.2.12 Removing the Cooling Fan / Optical Head Unit / Light Guide Unit/Exhaust fan ........................................................................... 3-28

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4.1 Before Starting Troubleshooting Procedures ............................................. 4-1 4.1.1 Tools and Accessories Required for Troubleshooting ...................... 4-1 4.1.2 Field Replacement Parts .................................................................. 4-1 4.2 Entry ........................................................................................................... 4-2

Appendix
Parts list Circuit diagram Exploded diagram

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Chapter 1 Product general

1.1 PRODUCT GENERAL


EMP-5500 DATA PROJECTOR designed as the new model of SVGA projector is the brightly and compact device with SVGA resolution to project enhanced color images from the personal computers CRT and any one of video equipment such as video tape deck, video camcorders or digital camera.

FEATURE OF EMP-5500
* Portable light weight, compact size The new type of hardware unit and the compact structure enables to minimize the body in compact size(235(W)x91.5(H)x350(D)) with the weight of 3.9kg. An optional hard travel case will be useful in transporting. * Bright and clear image The high performance zoom lens, the new type of high brightness lamp 480lm and the optical block enable to achieve a wide projection image from 19" to 300" (projection distance : 1.0 to 15.6 m). An optional carrying screen(50inch) will supply the high brightness in the most place. * High resolution full color (16770 thousands colors) 3 (R, G, and B) of TN liquid crystal panels of 480,000 pixel will supply SVGA resolution of 800 x 600 dots. * Standard attachment of remote controller The projector can be controlled using a handheld remote control unit, with menus being provided for Image source switching and Image adjustment. The remote control can also be used as a wireless mouse to control mouse operations on the computer screen during presentations. The LINK SET software that comes with the projector * Connectivity with various computers The advanced data signal determination function enables EMP-5500 to connect with various computers such as IBM-compatible PCs and laptops, Macintosh. It also determines video signal of NTSC, PAL or SECAM in composite video, S-Video format. * Multi display format The projector for supporting of miscellaneous computer output, (DOS/V, Mac, PC98) EGA through XGA output. No matter what type of output is used, the result is video image of outstanding clarity. * Simple Maintenance The maintenance easy. Number of image adjustment process is not required. * Optional hard travel case This case is handy to carry and safety. * Celing mount (option part) The projector can be fixed to the celing. You will set up the projector on small space.

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1.2 PART NAME


1.2.1 Outside View of Main Frame

Operation indicator Lamp indicator Temperature indicator Speaker Zoom ring Hand strap Focus ring Lens cover Receptor Foot lever Operator panel Front foot

Figure1- 1 Front side view

Figure1- 2

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Power Switch

Exhaust Fan AC inlet Thef Lock

Computer in/out

Rear Foot

Figure1- 4

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1.2.2 Inside view of main frame


Speaker L Power supply unit B Speaker R Receptor board

Power supply unit A

DR board

Inter lock switch

MA board

Light guide unit (Optical engine) Safety switch

AC inlet

Exhaust fan

VJ board

AU board

Figure1- 5

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1.2.3 Outside View of Remote Controller Remote controller

Right Crick

Figure1- 6 Remote controller

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1.2.4 Inside View of Remote Controller

Figure1- 7

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1.3 CONNECTION
Remember that you cant connect some models of products, and you can connect some one but cant project. Please make sure that the specification of connecting products comes under the two terms as follows. Term1: The connecting product has output ports of picture signals. Make sure that the products has ports output picture signals. The ports output picture signal are called RGB port, Monitor port ,Video port, etc. in case of computer. Please attention that some products have not output port of picture signals. For example, the type of all in one model or Macintosh PowerBook Duo etc.. Term2: The resolution and frequency of the connecting product are the specifications as following table. If the resolution and frequency of picture signals output from the connecting machine are not matching this projector, you cant project. Please make sure that the resolution and frequency of picture signals by refering device operation manual. Even if the proper operation frequency and resolution are not listed below table, there are some possibility by changing resolution of device. The following able lists the display formats supported by the device.
Format PC98 NEC400 VGA60 VESA72 VESA75 VESA85 VGAEGA SVGA56 SVGA60 SVGA72 SVGA75 SVGA85 XGA60 XGA70 XGA75 XGA85 MAC13 MAC16 MAC19 MAC1960 NTSC NTSC4.43 PAL PAL N PAL M PAL 60Hz SECAM Hor pix (Pixels) 640 640 800 1.024 640 832 1.024 710 702 710 702 Ver Pix [Lines] 400 480 480 350 600 768 480 624 768 480 574 480 574 H Freq [KHz] 24.8 31.5 37.9 37.5 43.3 31.5 35.2 37.9 48.1 46.9 53.7 48.4 56.5 60.0 68.7 35.0 49.7 60.2 48.2 Sub carrier frequency V Freq [KHz] 56.42 59.94 72.81 75.00 85.01 70.00 56.25 60.32 72.19 75.00 85.06 60.00 70.07 75.03 85.00 66.67 74.60 74.93 59.28 3.58MHz 4.43MHz 3.58MHz 4.43MHz Resize display 800x500 800x600 800x438 800x600 768x576 800x600 728x546 768x576 800x600 Window display 640x400 640x480 640x350 800x600 600x480 800x600 800x600 710x480 702x574 710x480 702x574

PC/AT DOS/V

Mac

Video

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Accessory cable connection are shown below. Referto 1.3.1 to 1.3.4 for detail.
You can connect the audio signal of computer or video device When both of audio signal are connected, you can select the output with source bottom.

Connect to audio out port on the computer. Y Video device R W

adapter Monitor cable (to monitor the projection display on the CRT monitor ) Connect to the monitor port. (Video port)

adapter

Computer cable (accessory)

Accessory or consumable adapter in necessary when the port type is other than HD D-Sub15pin.

Figure1- 9

When use the EMP-5500 do not bind the computer cable and power cable together. It will frequency cause the picture quality condition display.

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1.3.1 Connecting to a PC
Main cable, PS/2 mouse cable, serial mouse cable, PC serial cable are Link set option parts. (One of serial mouse cable or PS/2 mouse cable is necessary according to the in mouse cable type : ELPS05) (1) Desktop type
Audio Port Monitor Port Mouse Cable for serial

Serial Port Mouse Port Com Port Mouse Cable for PS/2 Serial Cable

Monitor Cable

Computer Cable Main Cable Audio Cable

Figure1- 10 Connection for desktop PC

(2) Laptop type


Audio Port Monitor Port Mouse Cable for Serial Serial Port Mouse Port Com Port Mouse Cable for PS/2 Serial Cable

Monitor Cable Main Cable Audio Cable

Figure1- 11 Connection for laptop PC

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1.3.2 Connecting to a Macintosh


Main cable, Mac serial cable, Mac mouse cable are option parts. (Link set : ELPSW04) Desk top adapter and Monitor adapter are combined with Mac adapter set option. (ELPAP01) (1) Desktop type
Monitor Port Printer Port or modem Port ADB Port Audio Port MAC Serial Cable Mouse Cable for MAC Video Cable Adapter MAC Desktop Adapter MAC Monitor Adapter Monitor Cable

Computer Cable Audio Cable Main Cable

Figure1- 12 Connection for Macintosh desktop Table1- 1 MAC Adapter Dip Switch settings
Switch A Switch B

Mode MAC 13 Mode(640x480) MAC 16 Mode(832x624) ON-THE-FLY RESOLUTION SWITCHING

Switch A ON 1,2,6 2,4,5 1,2,5

switch B ON 8 8 3,4,8

MAC Adapter

13 Monitor adapter @ @ @ @ @Figure1@

(2) Power Book


Monitor Port Printer Port or modem Port ADB Port Audio Port MAC Serial Cable Mouse Cable for MAC Computer Cable Main Cable Audio Cable Video Cable Adapter MAC Desktop Adapter

Figure1- 14 Connection for Macintosh power book

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1.3.3 Connecting to a Work Station


Please ask the stop or the maker of the work station about connecting method and connect cables and so on certainly, because some modes of work stations or softwares are not able to connect. The cable of connecting show below. When the monitor port of the work station is 13w3. @ @ @ Use @ the cable 13w3 male ' HD D-Sub15 male to connect.

Figure1- 15

@ When the monitor port is 5BNC terminal. @ @ @ @ Use @ the cable 5BNC male ' HD D-Sub15 male to connect.

Figure1- 16

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1.3.4 Connecting to a Video source


(1) Composite video signal
Audio R (RED) Audio L (WHITE) Audio in (RED)

Figure1- 17 Connection for Composite video signal.

(2) S-Video signal


Audio R (RED) Audio L (WHITE) Audio in (RED)

Connect to the S-Video output

White: Audio out L Red: YEL: Audio out R unused

A/V cable (accessory)

S-Video cable

Figure1- 18 Connection for S-Video signal

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1.3.5 Connecting to an Audio source

Audio Out External audio device (speaker)

Audio cable

Figure1- 19 Connection for audio source

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1.4 MAIN COMPORNENT


MA board

Figure1- 20 MA board

Figure1- 21 MA board

AU board

Figure1- 22 AU board

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VJ board

Figure1- 23

Power supply unit A

Figure1- 24

Figure1- 25

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Power supply block A

Speaker L

Figure1- 26

Figure1- 27

Power supply unit B

Figure1- 28

Figure1- 29

Receptor Board

Speaker R

Figure1- 30

Figure1- 31

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CN Board

Figure1- 32

Figure1- 33

Upper case unit

Lamp inner housing

Panel
Figure1- 34 Figure1- 35

Rear case unit

Fan

Figure1- 36

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(9) Optical engine


DR @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @board 1 Light guide unit

DR board 2

Safety switch

Figure1- 38

Projection lens unit

Intake Fan

Head unit

FUSE board

Figure1- 39

Figure1- 40

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1.5 SPECIFICATIONS
Table1.5.1 Main unit specifications
OPTICAL FEATURES Display method Optical method Projection image size Projection distance Resolution Projection Lens Focus adjustment Zooming adjustment Light Source Life(Lamp inner housing) SPECIFICATIONS Transparency type poly-silicon TFT color liquid crystal display (R/G/B three panels) Dichroic mirror separation and prism combine method Minimum 21 inch to maximum 300 inch 1.0m~15.6m 800 x 600 dots, 1440,000 pixels (480,000 x 3) Manual Zoom lens F1.7-2.0 (37-48 mm) Manual Manual(1:1.3) discharge lamp D.C. drive UHE lamp 200W Life 2000 hours (Light 50%) 550lm (Type) Dynamic speaker(3W-8 ) x 2 (stereo) : 50~15000Hz, s/n 75db External speaker 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack Internal speaker output is stopped when mini-jack is plugged. Output signal:0 to 500mvrms land imperdance:600 Audio signal(stereo) from the video devices. Input interface is separated with R(Right) and L(Left). Interface type:RCA jack Input signal:500mvVrms / 47K Host computer 1 Audio input (stereo) Interface type:3.5mm Stereo mini-jack Input signal: 500mVrms/47K For controlling EMP-5500 operating mode and controlling host computer from EMP-5500. Signal is detected with internal receptor board. Control range: Within 10 m and 30 degree (Reft / Right), (upper /Lower) wide from receptor . Xantech REMOTEIN Standard Interface type : 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack (The function of Receptor board is stopped when mini-jack is plugged) Host computer RGB output (0.7Vp-p 75 / Mac 0.714Vp-p 75 ) EMP-5500 RGB output Interface type: HD-15pin(DDC1/2B compatible) Input signal: Luminous 0.714Vp-p,Chrominous 0.28Vp-p. Interface type: Min-DIN 4pin S-Video is prior to composite video. Input signal: 1.0Vp-p,sync.negative 75 Interface type: RCA jack (yellow) TV signal type: NTSC 4.43MHz PAL NPAL,M-PAL SECAM Auto identification(Default)

Average iluminance AUDIO FEATURES Output for internal speaker Audio out Interface

Audio interface (L/R) (For Video device )

Audio IN interface

REMOTE CONTROL Wireless remote controller

Repeater interface

VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT Computer interface S-Video Interface

Video IN Interface (Composite video interface)

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MOUSE/COM Serial Mouse or RS-232C POWER SUPPLY Input Voltage Power Consumption Dimensions Weight ENVIRONMENT Operational/storage temperature Operational/storage humidity Operational/storage Altitude

Auto identification (Mouse or RS-232C) Interface type: DIN 13pin AC100-120V /220-240V10% (50/60Hz) Approx. 230 W Conform to energy star program. 245 mm (W) x 140 mm (H) x 316 mm (D) Approx. 3.9 kg +5C~+35C / -10C~ +60C (non condensing) 20%~ 80% / 10%~ 90% (non condensing) 2286m / 6096m

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1.5.1 Accessory specification


Remote Control Design Dimension Weight Number of Button Pointer Battery Battery Life Transmission Directivity

Stick type 160 x 46 x 31 mm 70g (except battery) 17 (operating button 15 + mouse button 2) Multi-polarized switch Method Alkaline LR6 <AA> x2 Over 3 months (1 hour use per day) Right / Left:20 Upper / Lower:20

Power cord 2.7m <9ft>, Prepares it with ground for each sales branches. Computer cable 1.8m <6ft>, HD-15pin type. Audio cable 1.8m <6ft>, 3.5mm stereo mini type. Video/Audio cable 1.8m <6ft>, RCA plug type, 3cables. Battery Alkaline LR6 <AA> x2.

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1.6 INTERFACE SPECIFICATION

Figure1- 41

1.6.1 Computer In (The picture input of analogue RGB from Computer)


HD D-SUB 15
5 10 15 1 6 11

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Terminal Red video Green video Blue video Monitor (ID bit 2) GND Red video GND Green video GND Blue video GND

Pin 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Terminal +5V Synchronous GND Monitor (ID bit 0) SDA Horizontal synchronization Vertical synchronization SCL

1.6.2 Audio In (The voice input from computer)


3.5mm Stereo mini jack
6H 5H H 4 H 3H 2H 7H 8H 9H 1

1 pin: GND 2 pin: Computer audio input L 3 pin: Computer audio input R The other pins: NC

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1.6.3 Audio Out


3.5mm Stereo mini jack
H 6 H 5 H 4 H 3 H 2 H 7 H 8 H 9 H 1

1,6~9 pin: GND 2 pin: Audio output L 3 pin: Audio output R 5 pin: Detection of Line-out jack insertion The other pins: NC

1.6.4 Computer Out


5 10 15 1 6 11

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

Signal R Out G Out B Out Reserved GND GND GND GND Reserved GND Reserved Reserved H sync V sync V sync

Function Red video Green video Blue video

Horizontal sync. Vertial sync.

1.6.5 S-Video
(1) S-terminal input Mini DIN 4-pin
1,2,6 pin: GND 3 pin: Y signal input 4 pin: C signal input 5 pin: Input detection terminal

4 2

3 1

1.6.6 Video-In
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1.6.7 Video In / Audio L/R


RCA Gold plating (only insertion part), Color: yellow Video in
2

Light angle H=15mm

Audio L
3 4 5

Audio R
6 7 8

1 pin: GND 2 pin: Video input 3 pin: GND 4 pin: Audio R return 5 pin: Audio input L 6 pin: GND 7 pin: Audio L return 8 pin: Audio input R

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1.6.8 Mouse / Com 1/2


Multi-mouse jack 13-pin jack Signal meanings are different according to the operation mode.

4 8 12 13

1 5 9

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

PS/2 Mousel XA XB Reserved Reserved LEFT Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PCV(+5V) GND

98 Mouse XA XB YA YB LEFT RIGHT Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PCV(+5V) GND

Mac. Mouse XA Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved LEFT Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved PCV(+5V) GND

Serial Mouse Reserved Reserved TXD READY GND GND GND Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved GND

PC serial/ Mac.serial Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved TXD RXD DTR DSR Reserved GND

1.6.9 Repeater 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack


6 5 4 3 2 7 8 9 1

1,6 pin: GND 2 pin: Repeater detection / Signal 5 pin: LED lanp (VJ board assembly)

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2.1 HARDWARE CONFIGULATION


The hardware of EMP-5500 is distinguished in the optical system and the electrical system. The lower level beyond the breaking line in the Figure2-1 show the optical system, and the upper level shows the electrical system.
Power Switch Filter Circuit Interlock Switch EMI Filter /Rectifire Stabilizer Radiation Fan Exhaust fan(x2) (Rear side) Safety Switch (Thermostat)

AC Input

Regulator /Control Ballast Circuit

Power Supply Unit B


Regulator circuit (+3.3V/+5V/+12V/+12VF/-12V/+22V) Radiation Fan

Intermediat Board Assembly


Fuse/Connector(Power distribution/Signal connection)

MA Board

AU Board VJ Board DR Board 2

Computer Out Audio In S-Video In Video In Audio L/R Repeater


Intake Fan (Bottom side)

Computer In

Mouse/Com @

DR Board 1

FUSE Board PBS/Lamp Thermistor

UHE Lamp (Lamp inner housing)

Light Guide Unit (Drive the light into 3(R/G/B) by lens, filter, and mirror)

Light valve R Light valve G Light valve B

Prism R/G/B composite

Projection Lens Unit (Focus/Zoom)

Figure2- 1 Optical system block diagram

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(Projection process outline) 1.Digital R/G/B signal is provided from a computer in to the MA board. Analog signal (S-Video or Video In) is provided to the MA board through VJ board. (Analog signal should be once changed into digital signal by the MA board.) 2.Video signal (digital) is once stored in the video memory (SRAM) on the MA board , then the DR board 1/2 generates signals to drive the light valves R/G/B. 3.The light valves R/G/B are individual panels each others. They work to shut or transmit the lights from the light guide unit. 4.The lights transmitted through the light valves will be combined the prism and projected through the projection lens unit.

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2.1.1 Electrical System Connections


Electrical units of EMP-5500 are physically connected mainly to the MA board as shown below.
B Light G CN800 CN410 GREEN j i CN500 CN400
FC Board

CN850 iBLUE j

CN750 iRED j DR Board 1 Receptor Assembly Board

CN501 Operator Panel

FUSE board

(Upper Case Unit) CN903 DR board 2 CN902 CN901 CN900 CN904 CN253 CN101

CN502

OA Thermistor L/V Thermistor Intake Fan

CN700

MA Board
CN300 CN400 Exhaust Fan Exhaust Fan

PBS/Lamp thermistor Power Supply Unit B CN203 CN301

CN302 CN303

CN900

CN101

CN202

CN Board

Power Supply
Unit A CN J200 CN101 CN104

CN900

Repeater Audio R

VJ Board
Audio L Video In S-Video In CN201 CN200 CN202

AU board
CN102 J100 J101 CN103 CN100 Computer Out Audio Out Mouse/Com Speaker L Speaker R

CN902 CN800 CN100

Computer In

AC Input

UHE Lamp

Audio In

Figure2- 2 EMP-5500 Hardware connection

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2.1.2 Optical System Connections (Optical Engine)


The optical systems consists of 5 blocks (Intake fan, Light guide unit, Optical head(Light valve R/G/B)/Prism unit, and Projection lens unit) as shown below. These units and DR board 1/2 are specified as Optical engine and it is one replaceable part. In addition to the five items, FUSE board is attached at the bottom of light guide unit. It relay the switch signal on the lamp inner housing to the DR board 1. It is therefore independent of the optical functions.
Projection lens unit Intake fan Optical head/Prism unit Light guide unit

FC board

Lamp inner housing Mounting position

Figure2- 3 Optical block

Inside view of light guide unit

Figure2- 4

Inside of light guide unit

Figure2- 5

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Caution: Take care not to cause any shock or mechanical stress to the optical engine and also not to disassemble it. Otherwise, the pixel divergence may occur. The alignment adjustment for each other is applied in the factory, and also electrical correction is applied with DR board according to the each optical engine. Therefor do not separate or exchange the each unit to the others.
Table2- 1 Unit function
UNIT NAME FUNCTION & REMARKS LAMP INNER HOUSING Include one Discharge Lamp ((UHE 200V)as a light source. FUSE board is mounted for lamp UNIT detection. LIGHT GUIDE UNIT @ PROJECTION LENS OPTICAL HEAD/ PRISM UNIT Disperse the light from the light source and uniform by the multi lens. (Ultraviolet ray also eliminated by UV filter.) Disperse the light in three (R/G/B) factors, with condensor lens and mirror. Zooming (*1.3) and focus adjustment Consist of three light valves, polarization plate and prism unit. Each light valve controls shutter of pixels with six levels. Prism unit composes R/G/B optical signals and transfers to the projection lens unit.

Caution: Intake fan, Light guide unit ,Optical head /Prism unit, Projection lens unit and DR board 1/2 are treat as one parts named Optical engine.

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2.2 POWER SUPPLY UNIT A/B


The Power supply unit is composed of the power supply unit A and the power supply unit B. Each of the units connected to two cable connectors.

Power supply unit B

Connection cables

Power suply unit A

Figure2- 6 Power supply unit

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2.2.1 POWER SUPPLY UNIT A


The Power supply unit includes power switch, AC inlet, EMC filter circuit, safety circuit, exhaust fan, ballast power supply circuit, and DC regulator circuit. (Speaker L is not composed of the power supply unit A.)
Ballast power ON/OFF control cable

Power switch AC Inlet

EMI Filter circuit

Ballast regulator

Primary regulator

Figure2-7
Ballast power cable connector Radiation Speaker L Interlock switch

Figure2- 8

(1) Outline of function


AC input circuit includes AC inlet, power switch(fuse 6.3A-25.0V), and EMI filter circuit. When turn on the power switch, It provide AC input voltage for the safety circuit.
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Safety circuit includes interlock switch and safety switch. The Interlock switch is accordingly work with the lamp cover at the bottom of main chassis. It will shut the AC power by opening the lamp cover. Safety switch (thermostat) is installed in the lamp inner housing area on the side of output interlock switch. The safety switch is prepared for the protection of over heat. It shuts the supply of AC power when the temperature exceed defined level.

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Ballast power supply circuit generates DC voltage (240-390V) for the lamp inner housing, according to ballast power on/off control signal on the MA board. It isnt provided when the power switch turn on. Ballast power output is controlled accordingly with the switch panel on upper case or power switch of remote control receiver. Out put cable is fixed to the Lamp inner housing of Light guide unit with screw. The regulator (the power supply block A) is rectified the AC power provided from safety circuit. Then stabilize it and generates the DC voltage. This DC voltage is provided to the power supply unit B. It become the power source for the various level of DC voltage to use the main body. Exhaust fan radiates heat from the power supply unit A. The power supply of exhaust fan (+12V) is provided from the connector (CN202) of power supply unit B. OA Thermistor is prepared for the protection of over heat, It detects ambient temperature. It usually is used to control fan operation(stop/slow/high).

(2) Function block


Interlock Power switch switch Safety switch

6.3A

EMI Filter Filter

AC Inlet

250V

Connect to CN202 on the power supply unit B

Radiation Fan

ON/OFF control
Ballast regulator Ballast Power

Power supply block A

(Regulator)

Thermistor

CN board

cable connector

MA board

Lamp inner housing

DC output cable

Connect to CN903(OATH) on the DR board2

Figure2- 9 Function block

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(3) Specification
Table 2-2 AC input
AC Input Input voltage frequency Rating AC100 240V 50 / 60Hz Tolerance AC85 276V 48 62Hz

Table 2-3 Ballast output


Pin No. 2 1 Signal name HGNT(-) Ballast out put (-) BAHV(+) Ballast out put (+)

Pin1

Pin2

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2.2.2

THE POWER SUPPLY UNIT B

The unit includes the DC-DC regulator circuit and radiation fan. (speaker R and receptor board are not composed of the power supply unit B)

Figure 2-11

Figure2- 7

@Figure 2-12

(1) Function block


The regulator generates the various level of DC voltage from the power supply unit A as shown below table in the DC-DC switching regulator. This regulator detects the voltage output level stable regardless the load variation. (Each output voltage level is not the subject of adjustment.) Table 2-4. Output voltages
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Output voltage Output %or V voltage accuracy Ripple mVp-p Ripple/spike mVp-p Output Min A Current Max A PeakA Over voltage protection Over current protection

+3.3V 5 }

+5V 5 }

+12V 5 }

+12Vf 12.5-14.5

-12v }10

+22v 20 } 10%

Ballast 240390vdc 20000 20000 0 1 410

100 100 0.1 3 +4.6V Exist

200 200 0.2 2.5 +7v

100 100 0 1 +16v Exist

400 400 0 1 1.3 +17v Exist

400 400 0 0.5 -16v Exist

400 400 0 1 +26v Exist

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Inter face has built in output connector that is connected to CN300 on the CN board. Additionally, the following voltage and signal are connected to CN300. Table 2-5 Pin assign ments
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Pin No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Signal name +5 +5 +3.3 +3.3 +3.3 +12F PWDS FANCL LGND LGND LGND AGND AGND -12 +12 +22

Direction Out V V V V V V In | | | | | Out Out Out

Remarks

Power down signal *2 Fan control signal *1

*1: Fan control signal is provided from radiation fan to CPU on the MA board that informs the fan condition(stop/run) on the power supply unit A/B.

*2: Power down signal is generated power supply unit to the MA board that is used to circuit reset signal.

Pin1 Figure2- 13

Pin16

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2.2.3 MA BOARD
The MA board controls the center of the product. It consists of CPU, ROM, (Flash ROM / EE-PROM) video memory, display controller, resizing, and circuits for operation panel control, monitor output control, speaker control, receptor board interface control, and etc... The MA board controls everything except to generate the display signal and audio output. The MA board is available as a unit for the service parts., Outside View and connection of the MA board are shown below.

Figure 2-14

Figure 2-15

Figure2- 16

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(1) MA board circuit block


Computer In C N 1 0 0 R/G/B Video Amp IC105 AD converter (IC203-208) PDA/B (0-23) Frame buffer control/ resizing control Sync. Signal processor R/G/B(0-7) R/G/B(0-7) Sync. signal Frame buffer Repeater Selector
Connect to the AU board with cable.

(IC304)

Connect to the VJ board with cable.

C N 9 0 2

SRAM(8Mx3) (IC400-402) FMA0-9 I/O controller (IC106) FMD R/G/B(0-31) Display Controller (IC650)

C N 9 0 0 Mouse/Com C N 8 0 0

Video Amp. (IC106/112)

Mouse controller (IC801) Text RAM(1MB) RS-232C driver (IC652) A/D Graphic RAM(2MB) (IC651/653) BUS

Connect to the operation panel on the upper case unit

(IC802)

C N 5 0 2
Connect to the receptor board with cable.

OSC (16M)

EE-PROM (IC500)

Transmitter (IC701)

C N 5 0 0

CPU (IC503)
Remote Control Inn

SRAM CN900 Connect to the CN board (IC507)

F-ROM (IC510) LSTAT C N 7 0 0

Connect to CN101 on the DR board 2

LED indicators (x3)

+5/ } 12/+22V SDA/SCL

Temperature detection circuit (Inside/Outside)

EDC Power(+3.3/+5/+12/+12F/+22/-12V) EBallast power ON/OFF control signal. ELamp fail(Lamp defective) EPower Down detection signal EFan control signal Figure2- 17 Main board circuit block(EMP-5100)

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(2) Outline of function


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When the power switch is turned on, the reset signal (Power down) controlled the power supply unit is released, and the CPU reads the program from Flash ROM and write it into SRAM (IC507). Then the CPU sets each functions according to the program, and into stand-by condition (waiting light on for projection). When push the Power button on the operation panel or the remote controller in stand-by condition. The lamp inner housing turns on and turn round the fan. Computer In input signal (Digital) are converted into analog signal in video amplifier circuit at first, then converted to digital signal again with ADC. Output signal from Computer Out provide the R/G/B signal from Computer In via video amplifier circuit. To display the data, received data are stored into the frame buffer and resizing. The resized data are read out to the video controller and stored into the graphic RAM / text RAM, and output to the DR board 2 with sync signal. Video input (S-Video / Video IN) signal are provided via VJ board. These input signal are converted to digital with croma processor and stored into the frame buffer. I/O controller output four scan signal to the operation panel. When pushing any switch scan signal run into return signal line via switch connector. I/O controller controls operation of each function with return signal. (ex: When Power switch is on, I/O controller output LPST signal to power supply unit A via CN board, then output ballast power. The MA board provide +5V to the receptor board. When the receptor board detect remote controller signal. I/O controller receive the serial form data, and take the proper control operation of each function. Repeater I/F signal (serial form) provided from the VJ board are received to CPU, and take the proper control operation of each function. The transmitter circuit convert the display data (RD0-7/GD0-7/BD0-7) from display controller to serial form with sync. signal (HSYNC / VSYNC). Mouse / Com interface is multi interface (Mouse / RS-232C) used at link set option. It is used when following ( @- B) operations are given. @ When the remote controller of accessory use as the wireless remote controller of the computer connected. A When option remote control receiver assemble to the Repeater interface, and use as the wireless remote controller of the computer connected. B When link set option (DOS/V, Mac / 98) are used to adjust display and draw fixed form figure or line.

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The Main Cable of link set option is connected to Mouse / Com. EMP-5500 side of main cable is jack connector(13 pin), another side (the side connected to the computer) cable and is equipped three correctors. These three connector are equipped in order to cope with type of each computer (Dos V, MAC, 98) and type of each mouse (Serial, PS/2).

Mouse / Com interface circuit block (figure 2-18), Main cable configuration (figure 219) are shown below. DOS/V,
PC98
Serial mouse cable J1 13pin Main cable J4 J2 J3 PC serial cable
It is necessary for link set function Select one of them according to the mouse type

PC(98/PS2)mouse cable

(EMP-5000 )

COM port (RS-232C) (for serial mouse) Both serial Mouse port (for PC mouse) interface has same function Serial port (RS-232C)

Macintosh
MAC serial cable Main cable J1 13pin (EMP-5500) J3 J4 J2 MAC mouse cable Printer or modem port
It is necessary for link set function

ADB port

Figure2- 18

(male) 9 J1 13 12 4 5 1

J1 12 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 13 9 8 10 11 SHELL

PINOUT CONFIGURATION J2 J3 J4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 4 9 5 6 2 5 3 3 4 1 6 2 OVERALL SHELL

J2
7

female
3 1 5 9 6 6 3 2 1 1 8 5 2 6 9

J3

J4

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The EEPROM and timer circuit provided the operating time control of the lamp inner housing. Its operation is described below.

Table 2-6 Lamp inner housing timer control


Lamp inner housing when the operating time of the light source lamp exceeds 1900 hours. Lamp indicator state The projection screen continues to flash the message(Exchange Lamp) in red for 30 seconds after it is turned or and the lamp indicator blink in orange. The lamp is off and the lamp indicator lights in red.

When the operating, time of the lamp inner housing exceeds 2000 hours.. When the lamp inner housing run out before its life.

The lamp indicator blink in red.

If the above condition is observed, it is necessary to replace the lamp inner housing (UHE 200W). After the lamp inner housing replacement, push the power switch and lamp on, the fuse for detect new lamp involved in the lamp inner housing will melt and short out so that lamp timer will be reset automatically. Four of thermistors (LV , OA , PBS / Lamp Thermistor) detect the temperature of each area. The CPU watches thermistor signal every 100ms, then controls the fan and lamp inner housing based on these temperature condition. The temperature sensor circuit is equipped in order to prevent overheat. If the section is more than certain degrees, the circuit equines an interrupt to the CPU, then indicate warning message on the temperature indicator, change the fan rotation (row speed high speed), ballast to light source and shut the power supply regulation etc..

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2.3 DR BOARD 1/2 ASSEMBLY


The DR board 1/2 assembly has two functions, one is for converting the R/G/B display signal from the MA board into six states of analog signals (light valve driver signals) and another is for controlling the display image by referencing electrical correction data. The DR board 1/2 Assembly is a parts of a optical engine, and it is not the object of service parts. Outside View and connection of the DR board 2 are shown below.

Figure2- 20 DR board 2

Outside View and connection of the DR board 1 are shown below.

Figure2- 21 DR board 1

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The CPU (IC350) read the data stored in EE-PROM on the DR board 1 (correction parameter), and regulate operation mode of the DAC circuit. The serial display data (Rx In 0/1/2) output from the MA board are once converted into digital video signals by the LVDS receiver before output to the gamma correction circuit. The timing signals and digital video signals output from the LVDS receiver are done electric correction by DAC for best display quality before output. The RGB video bias circuit generate standard voltage for video amplifier circuit based on control signal (RFR,GFR,BFR) output from DAC. The shift register (IC900) output the three signals to the thermistor for temperature detection based on serial control data provided from MA board via CN board. The LCCOM circuit generate standard voltage (RLCOM/BLCOM/GLCOM) for the light valve driver (LCD) based on three display voltage control (R/G/B) output from DAC.

(2) Outline of function (DR board assembly 1)


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The serial DAC(IC402) and the regulator (IC403) generate standard voltage for the light valve driver (LCD) based on serial control data (SDA). The shift register R,G,B(IC450,500,550) convert the analog video signals (2 level) provided from DR board 2 to 6 level analog video signals by shift clock. The driver R,G,B(IC750,800,850) convert the display timing signals generated in DAC on DR board 2 to the light valve driver.

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(2) Circuit block diagram of DR board2


Connect to the CN400 on the CN board

CN900
Cannot to the intake fan(cable). C N 9 0 1 Serial data Shift register (IC900) L/V-TH (CN902) OA-TH (CN903) PBS/Lamp-TH (CN904)

+3.3V
OSC (8MHz)

SAD0-7/SA8-10 SDA/SCL ALE/R/W

CPU (Display driver control) (IC350)

C Connect to N the CN700 1 on the MA 0 1 board.

RDC/1
RxIN0-/+ RxIN1-/+ RxIN2-/+ LVDS Receiver Serial to Pallarel (IC106)

R video Amp. (IC190)


EP-SK

GDC/1
B D O | 7 V S Y N H S Y S D A S C A

G video Amp. (IC191)

SDA SCL

EP-DI EP-D0 EP-CS SXID

+12V

Regulator

R +5/ }12/+22V D O +12V | 7 Regulator

G D O | 7

BDC/1 B video
Amp. (IC192)

+15V

+15V

DAC (Gamma correction) (IC160)

RB bias G bias
Analog video signal R Analog video signal B Analog video signal G

LCCOM(IC254)
ROMWP RFR/GFR/BFR

RGB video bias buffer (IC251-253)

R,G,B CLXIN/CLYIN R,G,B RDXIN/RDYIN R,G,B ENBX1/2IN RNRS1C R,G,B DIRXIN SHC1-7

CN253

Connect to the CN400 on the DR board 1


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2.5. OPERATION PANEL (UPPER CASE UNIT)


The operation panel includes the board with 12 switches, and is connected to the connector CN 502 on the MA board. (Refer to 1.2.1 for details)

Figure2- 24 Operation Panel

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2.6. AU BOARD
AU board includes an audio control circuit interface connectors for audio input and speaker connector. The interface connectors are shown below. Audio In (Computer Audio input) Audio Out(Output for external speaker) Computer Out (Output R/G/B display signal)

Figure2- 25 AU board

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The figure2-18 shows the AU board circuit block.


Computer Out C N 1 0 0 R-OUT,G-OUT,B-OUT,HS,VS CN101 +5/+12V
Connect to CN board

RGB monitor output

SDA/SCL

C Connect to the N 1 CN900 on the 0 MA board with 4 cable.

Audio In C Computer audio N 1 input (Via audio cable) 0 0 R-IN1 L-IN1 ADET Audio Out C Out put to the N 1 external 0 speaker 0 L L R Amp (Q100) R L R Amp (Q101) CN102 Speaker L CN103 Speaker R

Audio controller

R-IN2(AV-R) L-IN2(AV-L) MUTE

IC100 j i

Output selector (IC102)

Figure2- 26 AU board circuit block


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Audio input signals from computer (Audio In ) or from a video device (Audio R/L) are first input to the audio controller and amplified by the sound preamplifier, then are output to the Audio Out interface or the built-in speaker through the output selector. The audio controller performs the audio-signal output selection based on the SCL / SDA (serial data / clock) signals provided from the MA board. The audio controller performs the audio volume control (mute ~ max.) based on the signals (SCL/SDA) from the MA board. The video input signals(R/G/B) from the MA board output to the Computer Out as it is (AU board intermit the signal only). When the cable jack connect to Audio Out, ADET signal goes on and the MA bard change output selector to the external speaker. (As a result stop audio output to the internal speaker.)

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2.7. VJ BOARD
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VJ board includes the interface for connect to the AV devices and the interface for connect to Repeater made by Xantech corp. The croma processor for S-Video on VJ board convert S-VIDEO input signals (croma signals) to digital signals(R,G,B). The AUDIO L/R is only signal relay. The Repeater made by Xantech corp. Can be connected to the Repeater interface (J 200). The repeater provides the same functions as the standard RC receptor board. Without the receiver the remote controller is enabled to use within the limited area in front. The Repeater expands the controllable range for the remote controller.

Figure2- 27 VJ board

The figure2-20 shows the VJ board circuit block


CN201 Audio L Audio R Video In
OSC Croma processor (IC201)

CN202

SDA/SCL R3 7 G3 7 B3 7 VS/HS
(24,576Hz)

Connect to CN902 with MA board by cable.

CN 200 S-Video In

J 200 XDET Repeater Figure2- 28 VJ board block diagram

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2.8. CN BOARD
This is the relay board for the power distribution and signals, includes fan driver circuit, fuse etc..

Figure2- 29 CN board

The figure 2-30 shows CN board connecting block.


CN300
Connect to the power supply unit B with cable.

4A F300 5A F301 4A F302 2A F303 FB300 FB306 FB301 FB302 FB308 FB307
PWDS/FANCL

+5V +3.3V +12V-F +12V-C +22V -12V


+5/+3.3/ }12/+22V

+5/+12V

Connect to CN101 on the AU board.

CN400 +3.3V
Connect to CN900 on the DR board 2 with cable.

Thermistor signal(L/V,OA,LAMP/PBS)

CN301
Connect to the power supply unit A with cable.

b m R O R

LPSTC BACTA

Fan control Fan control Fan control

Exhaust fan driver Exhaust fan driver Exhaust fan driver


Exhaust fan 1 Exhaust fan 2

Connect to MA board CN900

+12V

Figure2- 30CN board block diagram

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2.9. RECEPTOR BOARD


This is the board with the infrared signal detection component. Receptor boards equipped on the front side of power supply unit B.

The figure 2-31 shows the Receptor boards.

receptor board

Figure2- 31 Receptor board

Receptor board is connected to CN 500 on the MA board, its output signal (serial data) is connected to I/O controller(IC106) on the MA board. 1. The MA board performs the power ON/OFF operation and the starting up menus, utilizing the serial data received from the remote controller (button switches and pointers). The serial signal send to the DR board 2 via the MA board performs the display control (Freeze / Blank/etc.). The serial signal send to the AU board via the MA board performs the mute control and the audio volume control.

2.

3.

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The figure 2-32 shows remote control circuit block.

MA board
Remote Controller Receptor board CN500 INT

I/O controller (IC506)


DR board 2

VJ board Xamtech Repeater


J200 CN202

INT CN902

AU board

CPU (IC503)

SDA/SCK VJ board

Figure2- 32 Receptor board connecting block

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2.10. SPEAKER UNIT


Two speaker units (8 -3W) are equipped inside the upper case, faced upward. The audio input signal from a host computer or AV devices connected to this device can be output in stereo through the units. If an external speaker is connected (with the help of an accessory audio cable) to the Audio Out terminal on the rear face, the built-in speakers are disabled.

Figure2- 33 Speaker unit


MA board VJ board

CN100 Audio controller (Volume control/ AU board selector/Amplifier) Computer Audio In

CN900

CN902

CN202 CN201

CN102 CN103

Audio L Audio R

J 100 J101 Speaker (Right) Speaker (Left)

Audio Out (Line Out) Figure2- 34 Speaker control circuit block

The audio input signals from computers or an audio device are first amplified by the control circuit on the AU board, then are output to the speakers. Detecting the connection to an external speaker (Audio Out), the MA board only determines the use of the built-in speaker or the external speaker.

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2.11. LIGHT GUIDE UNIT


The light guide unit eliminates ultraviolet rays which are harmful to the light valve and uniforms the intensity of the light from the lamp inner housing before dividing it into 3 light outputs(R/G/B). There are lenses and mirrors for dispersing the light built in the block. The below photograph show the appearance and the internal block of the light guide unit (Do not disassemble the light guide unit in the field maintenance).
Lens array adjusting screw Mirror

Lens Array A

Condenser Lens GDM Mirror

Lens Array B

CDM

CDM Mirror

GDM

Condenser Lens

Mirror

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(1) Lens Array A/B Dispersion of the light from the lamp inner housing by the Lens Array A/B roughly uniform the brightness. The UV filter coated on the surface of the multi-lens array eliminates ultraviolet rays. The light dispersed through the Lens Array A/B is further dispersed through PBS for the light intensity to be uniformed. (2) CDM CDM is a light filter looks red in the visual light. The CDM(A) filter transmit only the red light and reflect blue and green lights from the light source. (3) GDM GDM is a light filter looks blue in the visual light. The GDM filter transmit only the blue light from the light source. Since the input light to the GDM is only blue and green lights by the CDM as described above, green light is reflected by the GDM and provided to the light valve G. (4) Condenser Lens The condenser lens L collects the light and provide to the light valve B. (5) Condenser Lens R/G/B To collect the lights dispersed into polarization plate on the optical head. (6) Lens Array Adjusting Screw Adjusting the Lens Array position to obtain the best uniformity of source light.

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2.12. LAMP INNER HOUSING


This unit includes the light source lamp (UHE:200W), the connector for ballast power supply and fuse board (FUSE board). The lamp fixed on the base of the lower case is user replaceable item you can purchase it at EPSON service center. The average brightness of the lamp is 550 ml (ANSI), but it reduces corresponding to its running hours. When the lamp is new, its brightness is maximum. After running about 2000 hours, the lamp reduces its brightness to almost 50 to 70 percent of a new one. The fuse board (FUSE board) is provided to determine whether the lamp inner housing is new one or not, and used to control the end of the lamp life (2000 hours). The connector for ballast power supply is applied to receive the DC voltage from the power supply unit A, so its lead wire is connected to the lamp.
Light source lamp Connector for the ballast power

Figure2- 36

Figure2- 37

1. The light source lamp


The brightness of the light source lamp reduces in proportion to its running hours as mentioned above. In this device the standard lamp life is 2000 hours. If you notice the lamp brightness reduces, we recommend you to replace the lamp inner housing even before 2000 hours. The total running hour of the light source lamp is written in EEPROM (IC 500) on the MA board. If the lamp is reaching or has reached the end of its life, CPU (IC503) outputs some signals to control the following. (1) When the total running hour has reached 1900 hours (1900~2000), an orange lamp indicators blink. The CPU (IC 503) on the MA board has counted the total running hours and has written the running data in IC 500(EE-PROM). The lamp will run only 100 hours after the orange lamp indicators start to blink, so you should replace the lamp as soon as possible. (If the lamp indicators blink from beginning, the lamp life is no more than 100 hours. Therefore the lamp life may be suddenly terminated.)

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(2) When the total running hour exceeds 2000 hours (the lamp is used), the red Lamp indicator start to blink and shut down the ballast power then start the cool down sequence. After that the lamp will not run before you replace it with a new lamp inner housing.(You cant replace with used lamp inner housing ) Once you start up with a new lamp inner housing, the fuse on the FU board is blown, so it doesnt recognize as a new one. The figure 2-38 shows the control circuit.

Power supply unit B

PWDS CN300

MA board
EE-PROM(IC500) PWDINT LPCTL LPFAL CPU (IC503) I/O cotroller (IC506)
CN900 CN303

Power supply unit A

CN301

BACTA LPSTC

Ballast power

CN board
CN700

DR board
CN253

CN101

LSTAT

Lamp inner housing Lamp

+5V_D LSTAT CN400 1 2

CN400

Signal meanings LPCTL: Ballast power control(ON/OFF) LPFAL: Ballast power status

FUSE board

CN1 CN3 CN2

DR board 1

FC board Figure2- 38 Lamp inner housing control

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2. Fuse board
The lamp inner housing is installed to distinguish a new one ( placed and havent started up ) from an old one. This is the board with rated 100mA fuse, a new one has a fuse circuit. The terminal sections placed on the both ends of this board touch the FC board installed on the bottom of the light guide unit. The cable of the FC board is connected to the connector CN400 on the DR board 1, so the signal from FC board is sent to the MA board via the connector CN400 on the DR board 1. When it is new or changed to a new one, LSTAT signal from I/O controller on the MA board becomes high. ( +5VA on the DR board1 pulls up LSTAT signal line through the FC board and the fuse on the FUSE board.) When LSTAT shows high, CPU is reset the lamp total hour in EEPROM ( IC500 ) to zero. After word, I/O controller on the MA board output low level, and connects LSTAT signal line to the ground through a resistance. Consequently, the fuse on the FUSE board is blown, the lamp total hour in EEPROM ( IC500 ) will not be reset, the running hour is integrated every power ON operation.

3. Lamp information control


Table2-7 Lamp information
Lamp running hours Exceed 1900 hours Lamp indicator EE-PROM Keep total running hours with lamp. Blink in orange Clear the EEPROM with lamp replacement. light in red Blink in red Increment by one. Screen display etc. Ensure with information of MENU display. After the power on, Exchange lamp message appear on the screen. Lamp goes off.

Exceed 2000 hours Out of order (Lamp off) Number of turn on times Lamp total running hours with EMP-5500 Lamp exchange times

Lamp goes off. Ensure with information of MENU display. Keep total running Ensure with information hours with EMP- of MENU display. 5500. Keep exchange Ensure with information times. of MENU display.

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4. Lamp on sequence

START

Power ON

Y
Overheat or Sensor error

Terminate the following lamp on sequence

N
Rotate the fan

Wait 500ms

Lamp on
(LPCTL signal on)

Wait 4Sec

Lamp on? Y
DR board 1/2 initialize

Lamp off
(LPCTL signal off)

Three times? MA board initialize

N Y
Lamp off Error handling Wait 30sec

END
Figure2- 39 Lamp on sequence

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2.13. SENSOR / SWITCH


For users safety and safety operation of this projector (for prevention from malfunction), the following devices listed the table 2-8 are installed in it.
Table2- 8 Sensor/switch
Name Interlock switch Safety switch Location/Type Push-switch on the power supply unit A On the lamp outer housing (Thermal switch ) On the lamp outer housing On the prism duct (Thermistor) On the side of the power supply unit A
Interlock switch

PBS/Lamp thermistor L/V thermistor OA thermistor

Function/Use AC power off, in opening the lamp cover. Overheat protection for lamp inner housing area. (AC power off.) Overheat protection for light source lamp area. Overheat protection for light valve area. Detect the ambient tempareture.

Safety switch

OA thermistor (Placed under the frame.) PBS/lamp thermistor

L/V thermistor (Placed under the board.)

Interlock switch

Figure2- 40 Sensor/Switch

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2.13. 1. Interlock Switch (A part of power supply unit A)


This switch is fixed on the lower case with screw and interlocks with tab on the lamp cover. If you turn on the projector with the lamp cover open, the lamp inner housing lights and generates the high heat. For replacing the lamp inner housing, you should open the cover. For this reason, the switch is installed to protect you from heat injury.

Interlock switch

Figure2- 41

The interlock switch is installed on the AC power source line. Consequently, if the lamp cover is open, the AC power source is shut off and you can not turn on the power.

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2.13. 2. Safety Switch


This is the thermal switch for overheat protection installed on the lamp outer housing. If overheat condition is caused by the contamination of the exhaust fan, normally the thermistors (listed in 2.13.3) temporarily shuts off the supply of ballast power to protect it from overheat. The safety switch is installed, considering the thermistors trouble in overheat condition.

Safety switch

Figure2-42 Safety switch

To the safety switch the cable with fasten tab is connected from interlock switch. When the temperature rises to certain degrees, every regulating operations of the power supply unit are stopped. (AC power is shut off and this switch runs once, you can not start up the power, before the temperature falls to certain degrees.) In this case, you must also consider the thermistor trouble or the MA board trouble.

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2.13. 3. Thermistor operation


CPU on the MA board detects the temperature (resistance) of thermistors in each 100 ms. CPU judge the following state according to the measurement result. Table 2-9 Thermistor temperature
Thermistor PBS/Lamp L/V OA Condition Less than 75 75 to 80 Higher than 80 Determined by referencing temperature differences between OA thermistor and the others. Sample judgements are shown in the right side. There are some difference with sample because of characteristic with thermistor and DAC circuit. Judgement Normal temperature Warning temperature Abnormal temperature Temperature Differences Normal Below 28.3 Warning 28.3 to 32.3 Abnorm Above 32.3 al Normal Below 31.9 Warning 31.9 to 35.9 Abnorm Above 35.9 al Normal Below 35.4 Warning 35.4 to 39.4 Abnorm Above 39.4 al

Ambient Temperature 15

25

35

Temperature detection result are notified to the user with temperature indicator. Refer to the following table. Table 2-10 Temperature indication
Judgement Normal temperature Temperature indicator Off Meaning Operating in the normal condition

Warning temperature

Blink in orange Red Light in red Blink in red

Projection will stop if the temperature increase more. Over heat condition(can not display) Malfunction with fan, thermistor, temperature detection circuit and etc..

Abnormal temperature

*Result of judgement affect to the fan operations. details.

Refer to the paragraph 2.14 for

*Refer to the paragraph 2.15 for detail of temperature indicator.

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PBS/Lamp thermistor

Two thermistors are conbined with connector and treat as one parts. Lamp thermistor is mounted with screw on the lamp inner housing (closed to safety switch) and detect the temperature of lamp area. PBS thermistor is placed with tape on the multi lens area of light guide unit and detect the temperature. To prevent the damage with over heat of lamp inner housing, turns off ballast power (lamp power) when the temperature exceed predefined level.
Lamp thermistor

Figure2-43 PBS/Lamp thermistor

PBS/Lamp thermistor cable is connected to CN 904 on the DR board 2 then inform the temperature (resistance) to the CPU via CN101.

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(2) L/V thermistor L/V thermistor is mounted with screw on the top of light valves. When the cooling function is not enough because of dart condition with air filter or prism duct, CPU on the MA board output the warning indication with lamp indicator or Tums off ballast power (lamp power) in order to protect the damage of light valves(LCD panel). L/V thermistor is not exist on the following photograph

Figure2- 44Lamp thermistor

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(3) OA Thermistor OA thermistor is laid on in the power supply unit A. for ambient temperature detection.
OA Thermistor

It placed close to fan and used

Figure 2-45 OA thermistor

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2.14. FAN OPERATION


Five of fans are laid on in this main body. These fan exhaust the warm air and prevent the circuit malfunction or damage which will cause over heat condition. (Mainly lamp inner housing and power supply unit A/B produce the heat and increase the temperature.)

Figure 2-46 Exhaust fan

Figure 2-47 Power supply unit A fan

Figure 2-48 Power supply unit B fan

Figure 2-45 OA thermistor

Figure 2-49 Intake fan (Bottom of light guide unit)

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(1) Control block diagram of fan DR board 2 MA board


CPU (IC503)
C N 9 0 0 FCTL00 FCTL01

CN board
C N 3 0 3
+12 IC400 regulator

CN900 CN90 C N 4 0 0

Intake fan

Power supply unit A fan

Transistor circuit

FCTL10

Exhaust fan 1

+12V
Power supply

+12 IC401 regulator

FCTL11 FCTL12
Transistor circuit FRS1 FRS0 FANCL

Exhaust fan 2

unit A fan

Figure 2-50 Fan control block Signal meanings are shown below tables. Table 2-11 Fan control signal
Signal name FCTL00 FCTL01 FCTL10 FCTL11/12 Function Intake fan control Exhaust fan control Control condition 1:Run 0:Stop 1:Slow 0:High 1:Run 0:Stop 1:Slow 0:High

Table 2-12 Fan feedback signal


Signal name FRS FRS1 FANCL Function Intake fan status Exhaust fan status Power supply unit fan status 1:Stop 1:Stop 1:Stop Control condition 0:Run 0:Run 0:Run

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(2) Out Line of function


l

Each fan has three lead wires, one of these used for status feed back that fan is running or not. CPU on the MA board always observe the fan operations by monitoring feed back signals. If the feed back signal condition is different from expected, CPU judge as fan abnormal condition then turns on temperature indicator in red and turn off lamp with ballast power off. Fan drive bias for intake fan and exhaust fan are regulated at the driver circuit (consist from regulator and transistor circuit on the CN board) according to the fan control signal from CPU on the MA board. (Fan has three state : stop / Low /High) Two of power supply fans are provided drive bias which produced on the power supply unit B.

Table 2-13 Fan operation


Process Initializing Warm up Operating Condition Intake fan Stop High Slow High Slow High Stop High High High High High Stop Exhaust fan 1 Stop Slow Slow High Slow High Stop High High High High High Stop Exhaust fan 2 Stop Slow Slow High Slow High Stop High High High High High Stop Power supply fan Stop Run Run Run Run Run Stop Run Run Run Run Run Stop

Cool down

Normal temperature High temperature Normal temperature High temperature Lamp life (Note1) Abnormal temperature Lamp defect (Note1) Fuse defect Sensor defect Fan defect

Standby Abnormal condition

Note1: All of the fan will stop after detection of these conditions.

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2.15. LED indicator


Three of indicators are mounted on the MA board and indicate the machine operation status. You can see these indication at slit on the upper case unit.
Lamp Temperature Operation Lamp Temperature Operation

Figure 2-51 Indicator Table 2-14 Indicator operation


Operation indicator Orange Green Red ON Blink 1 OFF ON OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF Blink 1 ON OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 ON Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF ON Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 OFF OFF Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF Lamp indicator Orange Green Red OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 ON Blink 1 Blink 2 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Temperature indicator Orange Green Red OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 OFF OFF OFF Blink 1 Blink 1 Blink 1 ON Blink 1 Blink 2 Meanings

Standby mode(Sleep mode) Lamp warm-up Lamp on Cool down mode Bas error (Circuit malfunction) Warning for lamp life (during lamp on) Warning for lamp life (during warmup) Warning for lamp life (during cool down) Warning for lamp life and overheat (during lamp on) Warning for lamp life and overheat (during warm-up) Warning for lamp life and overheat (during cool down) Lamp life Lamp or ballast power defect Lamp fuse defect Overheat operation (Lamp on) Overheat operation (Warm-up) Overheat operation (Cool down) Overheat Fan defect Sensor defect

Blink1:1 second 50%duty.

Blink2:2 second 50%duty.

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(2) Circuit block diagram of DR board1


Connect to the CN253 on the DR board 2

CN 400
EP-SK SHIFT clock buffer SDA/SCL (IC900) SHK1 7 Serial DAC (IC402) BVCL Regulator SHBIASCOM (IC552) R,G,B CLXIN/CLYIN Regulator (IC403) RNPS1/B GNPS1A/B BNPS1A/B
Connect to the

EP-DI EP-DO EP-CS

+15V
Feed back SHVREF1/2

EE-PROM (IC405)

-5V

R,G,B RDXIN/RDYIN R,G,B ENBXI/2IN R,G,B S1C R,G,B DIRXIN/DIRYIN R,G,B LCCOM

driver circuit

R F R B A O / 1

C L A M P

G F R B A O / 1

C L M P

B F R B A O / 1

C L M P

R shift register

G shift register

B shift register

(IC450) RVID1 6
(analog video)

(IC500) GVID1 6
(analog video)

(IC550) BVID1 6
(analog video)

RFR,GFR,BFR

R driver (IC750)

G driver (IC800)

B driver (IC850)

(IC750)

(IC800)

(IC850)

Connect to the light valve

Figure2- 23

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Chapter 3 Disassembly and assembly

3.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES


This section explains how to disassemble the EMP-5500. The reassembly procedure is the exact reverse of the disassembly procedure. (1) Preparatory Procedure 1) Remove any ring, wrist watch, cuff buttons, or other metal accessories that are likely to get in contact with the equipment. 2) Wear gloves. 3) Wear a wrist band and ground it. Place a ground mat. 4) Turn off the power of EMP5500 and the host computer. 5) Unplug the power cord from the main unit and service outlet. 6) Disconnect the interface cable from the main unit. 7) Clean the air filter, interface and case cover with a vacuum cleaner. (2) Required tools and accessories Prepare the tools and accessories listed in the table below.
Table3- 1 Tool requirement
Name Phillips screwdriver 2 (-)Phillips screwdriver Tweezers Brush Vacuum cleaner Paper wiper Air blower Glove Wrist band,Groung map Q.t.y 1 1 1 1 1 Some 1 1 1 Supply Market Market Market Market Market Market Market Market Market Use Dissasemble the case and interiors Remove lamp cover and air filter cover Unlock the FPC connnector on D.R board Burush off the dust around fan Clean the fan and filter Clean the projection lens Clean the fan and filter. Avoide finger injury Avoide electro ststic influence

(3) Limitation of disassembly (Optical engine handling) The disassembly of the mechanical section is detailed in paragraph 3.2. The optical engine is one replaceable part. When you order the maintenance parts or request our repair service, perform works by the units listed in the table on next page. The optical components listed in the table are required the mechanical alignment or electrical correction in the control circuit. (writing the image adjustment data)
Table3- 2
1 2 3 4 5 Optical head unit Prism unit Light guide unit Projection lens unit Driver board1/2 These units are specified as Optical engine. (Treat as one replaceable part in the field maintenance.)

* Do not disassemble the Optical engine. * Do not exchange any unit on the optical engine to the others.

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Mechanical adjustments for optical engine. 1. Optical Head Unit The alignment (height/left and right/concurrent) of the polarization plates (include R/G/B light valves) is applied in the factory. If the alignment is modified, clear color image will not be made, because of the color divergence. Caution: Do not apply any mechanical stress and also not loosen the screws. 2. Prism Unit To synthesize the light output from each polarization plate (include R/G/B light valves), the alignment (concurrent to the polarization plate) of the prism unit is applied in our factory. If the alignment is modified, clear image will not be made, because of the pixel divergence to R/G/B synthesizing and projection lens unit, being out of focus and color uniformity. Caution: Do not loosen the prism unit fixing screws. 3. Light guide unit The alignment of the light guide unit on the optical head unit is applied (gap and concurrent to the polarization plate) in our factory. If the alignment is modified, clear image will not be made, because of being out of the brightness uniformity on the display screen (brightness or chroma is not uniform on the screen.) In consideration of the alignment of the lens array and the mirrors, and also their combinations, the factory setting is applied to the light guide unit to support the best display performance. (If the alignment is modified or the location is changed, there comes distortion on the display screen, therefore clear image will nit be made.) Caution: Do not disassemble the light guide unit. If you remove the upper guide cover from the unit, the alignment of lenses or mirrors may be unintentionally changed and also dust may stick to the unit. Since EMP-5500 requires very precise adjustment, it can not be adjusted in the field.

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4. Projection lens unit The alignment of the projection lens unit is applied (position and fixing torque) in our factory. If the alignment is modified, clear image will not be made, because of the pixel divergence. Electrical corrections iDR board j Some parts in the mechanical section of the optical system require some mechanical adjustments mentioned above. In the control circuit (DR board 1/2), the output driver for the display signal is slightly different from the output driver of other device (DR board 1/2) in individuality. The mechanical section itself of the optical system (e.g. light valves) must be electrically corrected. Therefore to obtain the best image, not only the mechanical adjustment but the electric correction is required. For this reason some correction values are written to Flash ROM of the driver board 1/2 on factory shipping. For matching the optical system and electrical system, the electric correction is necessary. Consequently, the driver board and the optical block (consists of optical head / light guide unit) make one set. At the factory shipment, following correction data are stored in the Flash ROM on the DR board 1/2 according to the specified optical engine. Gamma adjustment data Flicker adjustment data Ghost contrast adjustment data Sub contrast adjustment data For the writing correction values, an expensive, special device and also skillful engineer are necessary, therefore it can not adjust in the field. Caution for field maintenance Observe the following procedure, when you repair. Otherwise, display quality is not guaranteed, and also EPSON repair service is not available. 1). Do not disassemble the block. (Do not loosen any screws.) 2). If either the optical block or the DR board 1/2 becomes wrong, replace them in set. And when you send back them to us for repair, send back them in set (by optical engine). 3).The optical block and the DR board 1/2 make the optical engine set, so never change its combination (e.g. use only the driver board1 for the other repair parts).

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(4) Precautions Precautions given to the individual assembly and disassembly procedures. Read them carefully before starting the assembly or disassembly procedure. A set of general precautions are given below. As you disassemble the main unit, dust that is sticked to the internal fans and air filters is likely to migrate and contaminate the light valves R, G, and B which are the heart of the display mechanism, thus deteriorating the display quality. Accordingly, before reassembling, check the dust inside of the main unit and, if necessary, clean them with a vacuum cleaner. The light valves R, G, and B and circuit board assemblies are highly sensitive to static electricity. When you remove a optical engine or circuit board ,place it in an antistatic bag immediately. When you perform the assembly or disassembly operations listed below, check the pertinent unit and its surfaces for any dirt before reinstalling them. If the unit is found dirty, clean it. 1). Removing the optical engine. 2). Removing the lamp inner housing. 3). Removing the air filter frame. The speaker unit incorporates a permanent magnet. Keep it away from electromagnetic media such as floppy disks and magnetic cards. Handle the optical engine(projection lens and light guide units) with care as they are highly susceptible to vibration and shock. Do not try to disassemble any part (e.g., power supply unit) that is not covered in this manual.

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3.2 DISASSEMBLING THE MAIN UNIT


The flowchart for disassembling the main unit is shown below.You can take same disassembling procedure for EMP-5500. Since you can reassemble the dismantled parts in the reverse order of disassembly, unless specifically specified, this manual contains no reassembly procedure. Detailed descriptions of the disassembly procedures are given in subsections 3.2.1 through 3.2.10.

START

Lamp inner housing/ Air filter frame (3.2.1) Upper case unit / Hand strap @(3.2.3)

Foot stand unit / Front case unit (3.2.2)

Rear case unit (3.2.4)

PBS / Lamp thermistor (3.2.5)

Safety switch (3.2.6)

Board block (3.2.7)

Optical engine (3.2.8)

CN board (3.2.9)

Power supply unit iA/B j (3.2.10)

Figure3- 1 Disassembly flow chart

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3.2.1 Removing the Lamp inner housing / Air Filter Frame Unit
Prerequisite conditions: None. Warning: The lamp inner housing is very hot immediately after it is in use and may cause burns if you handle it carelessly. Before removing the lamp inner housing, make sure the temperature of the lamp inner housing unit has cooled down. 1. Remove the lamp cover unit fixing screws from the bottom of lower case. 2. Remove two lamp unit fixing screws. 3. Pull up the handle on the lamp inner housing and remove the lamp unit. Caution: When installing the lamp inner housing, take care not to touch the lamp's reflector with a hand (to prevent the reflector from being contaminated).
Tab Screw of Lamp cover

Air filter frame

Lamp cover

Handle

Air filter

Lamp inner housing

Figure3- 2

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3.2.2 Removing the Foot Stand Unit / Front Case Unit


Prerequisite conditions: None. 1. 2. 3. remove the front case unit fixing two screws. remove the foot stand unit fixing two screws, then remove the foot stand unit with the front case unit. remove the front case unit and foot stand unit.
Foot stand unit Lever

Screw

Boss

Boss

Screw

Figure3- 3

Caution: When installing the front case unit, align the two bosses on the frame.

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3.2.3 Removing the Upper Case Unit / Hand Strap


Prerequisite conditions: 3.2.1. 1. Remove the strap fixing two screws.

screw

Hand strap

Figure3- 4

2.

Slide the handle slide lever is shown below the arrow, ensure the handle hook to go inside.
Handle hook Handle slide lever

Figure3- 5

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Remove the upper case fixing two screws from the bottom of lower case.

Figure3- 6

(Continued on the next page)

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4. 5. 6.

Remove the two screws under fixing upper case Remove upper case unit fixing three screws on the sides, Remove upper case unit fixing three screws on rear side, (Upper case is mounted on the rear case by screws.) 7. Hold the left and right sides of the upper case unit and lightly pull the upper case straight up a little.

Figure3- 7

8. Disconnect the switch panel cable from connector (CN 501) on the MA board. 9. Remove the upper case. 10. Remove the handle out of the lower case unit.

Caution: Do not broken or detach the cable of operation panel is incorporated to upper case. (The connector (CN501) set upper case of front left side.)

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3.2.4 Removing the Rear Case Unit


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3 1. 2. 3. Remove two screws fixing the rear case. Disconnect two cable connectors of the exhaust fan. Remove the rear case unit from lower case unit.
Rear case unit

Figure3- 8

Cable of right exhaust fan

Cable of left exhaust fan

Figure3- 9

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4. 5.

Remove four fixing screws on the exhaust fan. Remove the exhaust fan.
Rear case Screw CBT-tite

Figure3- 10

Caution: Rear case unit are fixed the screw of right exhaust fan with CBP-tite.

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3.2.5 Removing the PBS / Lamp Thermistor


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.4 1. 2. Disconnect connectors of PBS and Lamp thermistor from DR board 2. Remove the screw fixing the Lamp thermistor to the light guide unit.

3.2.6 Removing the Safety Switch


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.4 1. 2. Disconnect the Fast-on tab terminals of the two cables connected to the safety switch. Remove two fixing screws from the safety switch and detach the safety switch, from light guide unit of optical engine.
Lamp thermistor

Safety switch

Figure3- 11

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3.2.7 Removing the

Board Block

Prerequisite condition:3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.4 1. 2. Disconnect all of cable connectors on the MA board, AU board, and VJ board. Remove two screws fixing the guide plate, and detach the guide plate.

Guide plate

Figure3- 12
Cable

Figure3- 13

Caution: Cable connectors to connect MA board and DR board 2 differs from connector lock of another connectors. You can detach the cable connector lock to left up the boss side of the connector tab.

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Remove two screws on the board block, then detach board block from it.

Board block

CN board

Figure3- 14
Boss Guide plate

Figure3- 15

Caution: When installing the board block, align the hole on the interface fixing plate with two bosses of lower case.

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4.

Remove six screws fixing the MA board to Interface fixing plate. (Two screws of the MA board, four screws of the Interface connector.) 5. Remove three screws fixing the AU board. (One screw of the AU board, Two screws of the Interface connector.) 6. Remove four screws fixing the VJ board. (One screw of the VJ board, Three screws of the Interface connector.)
Screw Screw

Screw

Interface Fixing Plate

Screw

VJ board MA board

AU board AU board

MA board VJ board

Screw

Screw

Figure3- 16

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3.2.8 Removing the Optical Engine


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.4/3.2.7. 1. 2. Disconnect two wire cables connected to the safety switch. Remove two screws fixing the optical engine and detach the connector of ballast power cable.

DR board

Lamp thermistor

Safety switch

Screw (fixing connector of ballast power cable)

Figure3- 17

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3. 4.

Remove four fixing screws on the optical engine from the lower case. Pull out the optical engine.

Optical engine

DR board 2

Figure3- 18

5.

Disconnect all the cables on the DR board 2 (upper board)

Caution: When detach the cable connector (CN101) lock on the DR board 2, fast grasp the both side of the connector tab, then lift up lock lever.

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6.

Remove four screws fixing the DR board 2. (Two screws should be removed with board spacer.) 7. Disconnect board spacer the connector with DR board 1 and lightly pull the optical engine straight up a little.
Board spacer Screw

DR board1

DR board2

Figure3- 19

Caution: When installing the board spacer, align two holes on the board spacer to the bosses on power supply unit A/B.

8.

Remove a screw fixing the FUSE board.


Optical engine FUSE board

Figure3- 20

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3.2.9 Removing the CN Board


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.4/3.2.7/3.2.8 1. 2. Disconnect all of cable connectors on the CN board. Remove two screws fixing the CN board, then detach CN board.
CN board

Hole

Boss

Figure3- 21

Caution: When installing the CN board, align the hole on the board with two bosses of lower case.

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3.2.10 Removing the Power Supply Unit A/B


Prerequisite condition: 3.2.1/3.2.3/3.2.4/3.2.7/3.2.8/3.2.9 1. 2. Remove the power supply cable holder fixing the cable. Two cables connects between the power supply unit A (Right) and the power supply unit B (left) that putout connector of the power supply unit B.
Cable holder

Figure3- 22

Cable connector

Figure3- 23

Cable connector

Caution: When detaching the power supply cable holder, press is shown adove the arrow, detach the fook part to use the pincette etc, and slide it.

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3.

Remove three screws fixing the power supply unit B to the lower case, then lifting it straight up.

Power supply unit B

Boss

Figure3- 24

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Remove the screw fixing the power supply unit B, then remove the receptor board assembly from it. 5. Remove two screws, fixing the power supply unit B, then remove the Handle Metal Fitting Unit from it.

Screw of receptor Screw of Handle Metal Fitting unit board

Figure3- 25

Caution: When installing the power supply unit B, align two bosses of lower case before tightening screw.

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6. Detach the cable from the power supply unit A that is between the connector (CN301) on the CN board and the connector of power supply unit A. 7. Remove three screws fixing the power supply unit A, then detach the power supply unit A from the lower case.

Ballast Board Assembly

Cable connector

Hole in boss Power Supply Block Hole in Boss

Figure3- 26

Caution: When installing the power supply unit A, align the hole on the board with two bosses lower case and tightening the screw.

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8.

Remove three screws fixing the power supply block A, then remove the power supply block A from the power supply unit A.

Power supply unit A

Screw

Figure3- 27

9. Remove two screws fixing the Ballast board assembly. 10. Disconnect the connectors on the Ballast board assembly and detach from the power supply unit A.

Screw

Figure3- 28

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11. Remove the speaker from the power supply unit A/B. (Speaker unit are sealed with both adhesive tape to the power supply unit A/B, And speaker cable connectors are connected on AU board.) Caution: When installing the interlock switch, Set inter lock switch fixing plate like figure 3-29 and tightening the screws.

Inter lock switch fixing plate

Figure3- 29

1.

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

4.1. Before Starting Troubleshooting Procedures


1. Whenever you replace a unit or block for maintenance purposes, double-check the replaced unit or block is defective (to determine whether the problem was due to a poor cable connection). 2. If you find questions you want to check while examining the flowchart, be sure to check those items during the troubleshooting procedure. 3. Refer to the instructions given in Chapter 3, "Disassembly and Assembly," when replacing a component unit. 4. Before making a functional check, be sure to check for proper connection.

4.1.1. Tools and Accessories Required for Troubleshooting


The tools and accessories required for troubleshooting (including fault isolation) are listed below. They need to be prepared by the user.
Table4- 1
Name Projector screen Rule (3 m) Host computer Color display monitor Video equipment External speaker unit Multi-meter Tool set Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set Use/Remarks To project images To measure the projection distance To supply test patterns (PC or compatible) To manipulate and display on host computer To test video input (video deck, video camera, etc.) To test voice output (with audio cable terminals) To measure resistance and voltage (AC/DC) Tools and accessories listed in Section 3.1

4.1.2. Field Replacement Parts


The parts that need be replaced during troubleshooting , such as board, cases, plates, and screws, refer to the parts list listed in an appendix of this manual. Optical engine (consist from Light guide unit, Optical head unit, Projection lens unit, Prism unit and Driver board) is the one maintenance unit. Do not separate any unit from optical engine.

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4.2. Entry
Follow the flowchart shown below when starting troubleshooting EMP-5100 problems and proceed to the pertinent detailed flowchart (given on the next and subsequent pates).

Start

Outside view

EVisual check for outside view. (Check out the any damage on the cover area.)

Internal cable connectors

EEnsure internal cable connections except CN board . (Remove the upper case unit.)

EEnsure power on/off and initialization (No signal display). Power ON/OFF (Connect power cable and turn on the power.)

Display/Picture quality

EEnsure screen display and picture quality. (Connect host computer, video device and RGB monitor.)

Audio out

EEnsure audio output to the internal speaker and external speaker. (Connect external speaker)

Switch panel

EEnsure button operations on the switch panel.

Remote controller

EEnsure button operations on the remote controller.

Mouse/Com interface control

EEnsure link set functions from remote controller. (Link set option is necessary.)

Others

EOthers (Noise, Over heat, etc.)

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Outside view
Start

Turn off the power then remove power and interface cables.

EAny transformation or crack are not presented. EUpper case unit is secured to the lower case with screws.(Refer to 3.2.3) Upper case unit EDirt condition is not presented on the receptor window (front) on the Upper case unit. EButton switches should move in smoothly. Operator panel EOperator panel is fixed on the upper case with four tabs. EAny transformation or crack are not presented. Rear case unit ERear case unit is secured to the upper case unit and lower case unit. EDirt condition is not presented on it air duct.

Projection lens unit

EFocus ring and zoom ring are adjustable.(move it in easily) EDirt condition is not presented on the lens surface.

Lower case unit

EAny transformation or crack are not presented.

Air filter frame B

E Air filter frame is looked on the lower case unit. E Tab on the Air filter frame is not transformed. E Dirt condition is not presented on the Air filter frame. E Dirt condition is not presented on the cooling fan.(cooling fan is located under the Air filter frame. ETwo of fixing screw on the Lamp cover are not loosen.

Lamp cover

ETab on the Lamp cover is not transformed.

EAny transformation or discoloration are not presented on the Lamp inner Lamp inner housing housing frame and power cable connector. EAny damage or dirt condition is not presented on glass surface.

Foot Unit/Front Case

EFoot lever A/B should move in smoothly.

EAny transformation or discoloration are not presented on the interface Interface connectors connector. (Rust may cause discoloration.) EAny damage or dirt condition is not presented on the socket EDiscoloration is not presented on the connector terminal AC inlet EAny damage or dirt condition is not presented on the socket

Attach the air filter frame, lamp inner housing and lamp cover.

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Internal cable connections Start


Remove upper case unit

Before taking following flow, turn off the power then disconnect power cable.

Switch panel AU Board Speaker Land R Power supply unit Exhaust fan PBS/Lamp thermistor OA thermistor LV thermistor Receptor board Intake Fun
Disconnect DR board2

ECN502 on the MA board.(lock type)

ECN900 on the MA board to CN104 on the AU board. ECN302 on the CN board to CN101 on the AU board. ECN 102/103 on the AU board. ECN300 on the CN board to Power supply unit B. ECN301 on the CN board to Power supply unit A.

ECN400 on the CN board 2

ECN904 on the DR board 2

ECN903 on the DR board 2

ECN902 on the DR board 2

ECN500 on the MA board

ECN700 on the MA board to CN101 on the DR board 2. ECN901 on the DR board 2

FC board to DR board Light valve R/G/B

ECN410 on the DR board 1

ECN750/800/850 on the DR board 1.(lock type)

Attach the DR board 2

Attach the upper case unit

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Power ON/OFF Start

Turn on the power switch. Yes Remove the power cable. Unplug the fast-on tab on the safety switch. Measure the safety switch resistance.

Operation indicator become lights in orange? Yes Press Power button on the switch panel.

No

Does AC input voltage is Yes correct? No Replace AC power

AC power is applied on the interlock switch.

No Replace AC power unit A

Operation indicator becomes lights in green? Yes

No Press Power button by the Remote controller .

Safety switch resistance No is nearly zero ohm? Yes No Replace MA board. Replace power supply unit A No

Does exhaust fan move? No

Operation indicator becomes lights in green?

Yes

Yes

Fixed? Yes

Does power supply unit No A/B fan move? Yes

Replace Vacuum fan Replace the unit as Does exhaust fan move? No following sequence. 1.CN board 2.MA board Yes

Go to start

Replace power supply unit B

Replace applicable power supply unit. Dose Exhaust fan move? No

Replace Safety switch

Yes

Replace Exhaust fan

Dose Exhaust fan move? No

Yes

Press Power switch on the switch panel wait 30 second.

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Does the light source lamp is turned on? Yes

No

Lamp indicator become No lights or blink in red?

Temperature indicator Yes becomes blink in orange?

Replace these thermistor 1.PBS/Lamp 2.L/V 3.OA

Replace lamp Operation indicator become lights Green? Yes Operation indicator becomes blink in red? Yes No

Replace power supply unit A Fixed? No Replace MA board. Yes

Fixed?

Yes No

Replace MA board.

Lamp and temperature No indicators are off? Lamp indicator become No blink in orange? Yes Press power button (Off) Warning for lamp life. Replace MA board or optical engine .

Yes

Operation indicator becomes blink in orange? Yes

No

Temp indicator becomes No blink Orange? Yes Replace MA board. Overheat condition (Turn off the power and cool down enough) Fan or thermistors Replace the problem.

Wait 60 sec

following unit. 1.MA board 2. PBS/lamp thermistor 3.L/V thermistor

Operation indicator becomes lights in orange? Yes

No

4.OA thermistor

Turn off power switch.

Operation indicator goes off? Yes

Normal and Go to next page.

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Display/Picture quality

Start

Does screen appear? NO Lamp indicator becomes blink in red? NO Replace Lamp inner housing.

YES

Does NO SIGNAL message YES appear on the screen? NO Replace MA board.

Does fine image appear by YES Go to adjusting focus and zoom ring. next page. NO Press Menu button on the switch panel or remote controller.

NO

Does NO SIGNAL message appear on the screen? NO Replace Optical engine.

YES

Does light source lamp on? YES NO Lamp indicator becomes lights or blink in red?

NO Does Menu screen appear? YES Take the adjustment shown in the table 1.

@Table1 YES Replace the following thermistors. 1.OA thermistor 2.PBS/Lamp thermistor 3.L/V thermistor Does light source lamp on? YES NO Replace MA board. Computer In 1/2 EBrightness EContrast ESynchroniz ation ETracking EColor Video In/ S-Video EBrightness EContrast ESaturation ETint ESharpness Does fine image appear? NO Replace MA board. YES

Does fine image appear? NO Take the adjustment shown in the table 1. Does fine image appear? YES NO Replace optical engine.

YES

Does light source lamp on? NO

YES

Reconnect the cable connector on the CN301(CN board) to power supply unit A. YES Does light source lamp on? NO Replace power supply unit A.

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Continued from page 4-7 A C


Connect host computer to the Computer In interface. Does picture quality is good.? YES Does following devices are checked.? YES Video In P D S-Video In Q D YES Does screen appear on the CRT.? NO Replace MA board. NO Connect the proper device which are not checked. YES Does screen appear on the YES CRT.? NO Replace monitor cable. NO Replace Main board. YES NO Connect the CRT to the Computer Out interface.

Does screen appear.? NO Change the video mode by pressing source button. Does screen appear.?

A
Does screen appear.? NO Replace computer cable. YES Does screen appear.? YES

Does screen appear on the YES CRT.? NO Replace CRT monitor.

B
NO NO Take the adjustment shown in the table 1(page 4-7). Replace optical engine. Does picture quality is good.? NO YES

Go to Audio out

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4-8

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Audio out

Start

A
Connect the audio cable to the Audio In interface. Does volume control works? YES NO Replace AU board. Does A / V devices are checked?

YES

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Re-connect the CN102/103 on the CN board. Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Replace speaker R/L.

YES

Does volume control works? NO Replace MA board.

YES

NO Connect the audio cable to the Audio In L/R interface.

YES

Does Mute button works?

YES

A
NO Replace AU board. Connect the external speaker to the Audio out. Does external speaker output YES the sound? NO Replace AU board.

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Replace AU board.

YES

Does Mute button works?

YES

NO Replace MA board.

Does internal speaker R/L output the sound? NO Replace MA board.

YES Go to Operator panel.

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Operator panel

Start

Does power button works? YES Does menu button works? YES Does Source button works?

NO

NO

NO

Does Sync +/- button works?

NO

YES Does Help button works? NO

YES Does Enter button works? NO Reconnect cable connector on the CN 502 of MA board.

YES Does Resize button works? YES Does Volume button works? YES Does AV Mute button works? NO

YES

Does all button works?

NO

NO Replace Switch panel. Go to Remote controller. NO Does all button works? NO

YES Does Tracking +/- button works? NO YES

Replace MA board. YES

Figure4- 7

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Remote controller

Start

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace batteries.

YES

Does all switches except Effect1 to 5 are works correctly? NO Exchange remote controller.

YES

Does Remote controller YES works with 10m distance?

Go to Mouse/ Com

NO Replace batteries.

control.

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Exchange Remote controller.

YES

Does all switches except Effect1 to 5 are works correctly? NO Replace MA board.

YES Does remote controller works YES with 10m distance?

NO Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Re-connect RC receptor cable. Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace RC receptor. YES Does remote controller works YES with 10m distance? YES Replace RC receptor board.

NO Replace Remote controller.

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace MA board.

YES

Does power ON/OFF are available? NO Replace RC receptor cable.

YES

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Mouse / Com

Software of link set option is necessary. Above option is not installed, ignore the following check out flowchart

Start

Does pointer button on the Remote controller works correctly?

NO

Replace following cables. EMain cable EMouse cable ESerial cable

Install the Software of link set option to the host computer again.

YES Does Function assignment for Effect button 1 to 5 are available? Does Remote controller works correctly? NO Does Remote controller works correctly?

NO

NO

YES Does right click and left click function are available from NO

YES

YES

remote controller. Replace MA board.

Does the E-zoom function is available with custom button. (Press the custom button then press the right click or left click) YES YES NO Does Remote controller works correctly? NO

Replace host computer.

Go to Others.

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Others

Start

Noise problem? NO

YES

Suspect following defects. EExhaust fan, inhale fan and fan on the power supply unit A/B. EPower supply unit A/B (Vibration noise from pulse transformer)

Overheat problem?

YES

NO

Suspect following defects. EThermistor (L / V,PBS / Lamp, OA) EExhaust fan, Inhale fan, Power supply unit A/B fan. EAir filter frame (Dirt condition)

Image display problem?

YES

NO

Suspect following defects. EOptical engine (May cause with dirt condition on the light guide unit, projection lens unit and light valve on the optical head unit.)

Low reproduced problem?

YES

Suspect following defects. EAC input(Include power line transit or distortion) EPower supply unit EMA board ECable connection (fail to make condition.)

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Appendix

After Service Parts List ( 1 of 3) No.


1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 2 3 4 4-1 4-1-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10-1 10-2 10-3 10-4 10-5 10-6 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20-1 20-2 20-3 20-4 20-5 Note : Parts with

DESCRIPTION
Lower Case Unit Lower Case * Air Filter Frame A Rear Foot Foot Unit Screw CBP-tite Front Case Screw CBP-tite Shield Gasket Main Board Insulated Plate Power Supply Unit A Power Supply Block A Thermo Sensor or OA * Ballast Board Assembly SCI Cable * Speaker L Shield Gasket Screw CBP-tite Interlock Switch Fixing Plate Screw CBP-tite Handle Slide Lever Power Supply Unit B Power Supply Block B Speaker R Receptor Board assembly Screw CP(O) Handle metal Fitting Unit Screw (Custom, with shoulder) Clip Screw CP(O) Shield Gasket Screw CBP-tite Power Supply Cable Holder Connector Board Assembly Screw CP(O) Fan Cable Audio Board Power Supply Cable Board Block Inter Face Fixing Plate Video Jack Board Assembly Screw CP(O) Screw CBP-tite Audio Board Assembly mark cannot be supplied solely.

M.F.R. SPECIFICATION PARTS 6000200 6000238 6000191 6000204 6000188 3 ~ 6,F/ZB 6000235 1033691 3 ~ 8,F/ZB 6000447 STG 4~ 21 ~100 6000446 6000201 6000281 2026331 6000222 6000443 STG 5~ 10 ~15 1021824 3 ~ 8,F/ZB 6000270 1021824 3 ~ 8,F/ZB 6000263 6000223 6000224 6000261 6000301 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 6000299 6000271 4 ~ 2,3 ~ 3 F/Zn 1039679 1031122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 6000442 STG 1~ 10 ~20 1021824 3 ~ 8,F/ZB 6000233 6000284 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 6000279 6000274 6000229 6000232 6000285 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 1021824 3 ~ 8 F/Zn 6000286

After Service Parts List ( 2 of 3) No.


20-6 20-7 20-8 20-9 20-10 20-11 20-12 20-13 21 22 23 24 25 26 26-1 26-2 26-3 26-4 26-5 25-5-1 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 45-1 45-2 45-3 45-4 Note : Parts with

DESCRIPTION
Screw CP(O) Screw (HSH) Main Board Assembly Screw CP(O) Screw (HSH) Intermediate Board Connector A Intermediate Board Connector B Screw CP Screw CBP-tite Screw CP(O) GND Connection Plate Screw CBP-tite Receptor Cable Optical Engine Intake Fan Intake Fan Cushion Screw CP Intake Fan Cover Lamp Inner Housing FUSE Board Assembly Safety Switch Screw CBP-tite Clip Screw CBP-tite Screw CBP-tite Thermo Sensor of Lamp Screw CBP-tite Zoom Ring * Screw (C, flat) * Focus Ring * Screw CPPtite * Screw CBP-tite Shield Gasket Screw CBP-tite Power Supply GND Connection Plate Screw CP(O) Shield Gasket Intermediate Board Connector C Rear Case Unit Rear Case * Exhaust Fan Clip Screw CBP-tite mark cannot be supplied solely.

F.R. M. SPECIFICATION PARTS 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 1032134 6000287 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 1032134 6000247 6000248 6000189 3 ~ 8 F/Ni 1021824 3 ~ 8 F/Zn 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 6000246 1021824 3 ~ 8 F/Zn 6000273 6000000 6000312 6000006 6000078 4 ~ 18 F/Zn 6000007 6000073 6000303 2021732 1021823 3 ~ 12 F/Zn 1039679 1021824 3 ~ 8 F/Zn 1033703 3 ~ 5 F/Zn 6000257 1021823 3 ~ 12 F/Zn 1.7 ~ 4, F/Ni 1.7 ~ 4, F/ZB 1021823 3 ~ 12 F/Zn 6000442 STG 1~ 10 ~20 1024188 4 ~ 10 F/Zn 6000441 1033122 3 ~ 6 F/Ni 6000444 STG 3~ 10 ~20 6000276 6000241 6000244 1039679 6000245 3 ~ 25 F/Zn

After Service Parts List ( 3 of 3) No. 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 Note : Parts with DESCRIPTION Screw CBP-tite Upper Case Unit Screw CB Screw CPB-tite Screw CBP-tite Lamp Cover Logotype Plate Lens Cap Unit carton Box Set Lower Pad Upper Pad Accessory Box-1 Accessory Box-2 Accessory Holder Polyvinyl Bag Soft Bag Slip Sheet UPC Code Label Caution Label A-1(Lamp Exchange) Caution Label B(Never Look) t Open Case) Caution Label C-1(don Rode Service Sticker s Manual Set Use Seal Set AC Power Cable (Noth America) A. V. Cable Remote Controller Computer Cable PS/2 (DOS/V) ADB (Mac) Soft Carrying Case Hand Strap mark cannot be supplied solely. M.F.R. SPECIFICATION PARTS 6000495 3 ~10 F/ZB 6000249 6000278 3 ~6 F/ZB 1024188 4 ~10 F/Zn 6000495 3 ~10 F/ZB 6000236 6000291 1038266 7541174 7541176 7541177 7541425 7541178 5005333 7541418 7541419 7541181 7541187 7541189English,French,German 7541345English,French,German 7541500English,French,German 7541505 7541203 7541223 2017328 2016048 7544059 2022604 2022606 2022607 7544060 7544062