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FLAT WIDE DISPLAY MONITOR

FWD-S47H1
FWD-S42H1
SPEAKER
SS-SPG01
REMOTE COMMANDER
RM-FW002
SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 1)
FWD-S42H1
WARNING
When installing the unit, incorporate a readily
accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring,
so that the user can turn off the power in case a
fault should occur.
WARNUNG
Beim Einbau des Gerts ist daher im Festkabel ein
leicht zugnglicher Unterbrecher einzufgen, damit
sich bei einer Funktionsstrung die Stromversorgung
zum Gert jederzeit unterbrechen lt.
For safety, do not connect the connector for periph-
eral device wiring that might have excessive volt-
age to the following port.
: REMOTE connector
Follow the instructions for the above port.
!

! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualied service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, re or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualied to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualied service personnel.
! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur fr qualiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt.
Alle Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von qualiziertem Fachpersonal ausgefhrt werden. Um die
Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei
Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben
Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von Personen ausgefhrt werden, die eine spezielle Befhigung
dazu besitzen.
! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destin uniquement aux personnes comptentes en charge de lentretien. An
de rduire les risques de dcharge lectrique, dincendie ou de blessure neffectuer que les
rparations indiques dans le mode demploi moins dtre quali pour en effectuer dautres.
Pour toute rparation faire appel une personne comptente uniquement.
FWD-S42H1
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturers instructions.
Vorsicht!
Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemem Austausch
der Batterie.
Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom
Hersteller empfohlenen hnlichen Typ. Entsorgung
gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des
Herstellers.
ATTENTION
Il y a danger dexplosion sil y a remplacement
incorrect de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du mme
type ou dun type quivalent recommand par le
constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usages conformment
aux instructions du fabricant.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig
hndtering.
Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri
af samme fabrikat og type.
Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandren.
ADVARSEL
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare.
Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som
anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten.
Brukt batteri returneres
apparatleverandren.
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte.
Anvnd samma batterityp eller en likvrdig typ
som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren.
Kassera anvnt batteri enligt gllande
freskrifter.
VAROITUS
Paristo voi rjht jos se on virheellisesti
asennettu.
Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan
suosittelemaan tyyppiin.
Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.

1 (P)
FWD-S42H1 2 (P)
Recommendations on Installation
Provide an ample amount of space around the display
. To prevent internal heat buildup sealing off the display, make sure to ensure proper ventilation by leaving open the mini-
mum amount of space around the display, as illustration below.
. The ambient temperature must be 0dC to 35dC (32dF to 95dF). Be careful when installing the display near a ceiling. The
temperature there can become much higher than the normal, lower-level room temperature.
. Regarding the installation of hardware such as brackets, screws, or bolts, we cannot specify the products. For actual
installation, contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center.
. While the display is on, a certain amount of heat builds up inside. This can cause burns. Avoid touching the top or rear of
the display when it is powered on or just after it has entered standby mode.
When mounting the display horizontally When mounting the display vertically
25 (9
7
/
8
)
25 (9
7
/
8
)
5 (2)
10
(4)
10
(4)
Front
Side
Unit: cm (inches)
20 (7
7
/
8
)
25 (9
7
/
8
) 25 (9
7
/
8
)
10 (4)
Make sure that the
POWER switch is at
the lower left.
5 (2)
Front
Side
Unit: cm (inches)
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Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual .................................................................. 3
Related manuals ............................................................................ 3
Trademarks .................................................................................... 3
1. Service Overview
1-1. Appearance Figure .......................................................... 1-1
1-2. Board Location ................................................................ 1-1
1-3. Disassembly .................................................................... 1-2
1-3-1. Back Cabinet Assembly ......................................... 1-2
1-3-2. Main Frame Assembly ........................................... 1-3
1-3-3. A Board/B Board ................................................... 1-4
1-3-4. G Board .................................................................. 1-5
1-3-5. H2 Board/J Board .................................................. 1-6
1-3-6. T Board .................................................................. 1-6
1-3-7. TEMP Board .......................................................... 1-7
1-3-8. DC Fan ................................................................... 1-7
1-3-9. LCD Panel/LED Backlight Module/
H1 Board/Bezel Assembly ..................................... 1-8
1-4. Procedure of A Board Replacement ................................ 1-9
1-5. Warning on Power Connection ..................................... 1-10
1-6. Lead-free Solder ............................................................ 1-10
2. Service Mode and Adjustment
2-1. Service Mode................................................................... 2-1
2-1-1. Service Mode Startup Procedure ........................... 2-1
2-1-2. Conguration ......................................................... 2-1
2-1-3. Description of Main Items ..................................... 2-2
2-2. White Balance Adjustment .............................................. 2-3
2-2-1. Initialization ........................................................... 2-3
2-2-2. AD Calibration ....................................................... 2-3
2-2-3. White Balance ........................................................ 2-4
2-3. Firmware Version Upgrade ............................................. 2-6
2-3-1. Upgrade by Using LAN ......................................... 2-6
2-3-2. Upgrading by Using RS-232C ............................. 2-13
2-4. DEVICEINFO Section .................................................. 2-19
3. Circuit Description
3-1. Microcontroller................................................................ 3-1
3-2. Input Signal Selection ..................................................... 3-1
3-3. Video Decoder and Filter Circuits ................................... 3-1
3-4. Audio Circuit ................................................................... 3-1
3-5. Connection with LCD Panel ........................................... 3-2
3-6. Network ........................................................................... 3-2
4. SNMP
4-1. SNMP .............................................................................. 4-1
4-2. Specications of SNMP Installation ............................... 4-2
4-3. Installation ....................................................................... 4-2
4-4. Operation of SNMP Setting Window .............................. 4-2
4-4-1. Community ............................................................ 4-3
4-4-2. Authentication Trap ............................................... 4-4
4-4-3. IP Restriction of Host............................................. 4-4
4-5. MIB to Be Installed ......................................................... 4-5
4-6. Information to Be Notied on Trap ................................. 4-5
4-7. ID Talk ............................................................................. 4-5
4-7-1. Default Setting ....................................................... 4-5
4-7-2. Setting Items .......................................................... 4-6
4-7-3. Packet Structure ..................................................... 4-6
4-7-4. Requests and Responses ........................................ 4-8
4-7-5. Items....................................................................... 4-9
4-7-6. Error Codes .......................................................... 4-11
5. Troubleshooting
5-1. Self-Diagnostic Operation ............................................... 5-1
5-2. Check Point ..................................................................... 5-1
5-2-1. Abnormal LED ...................................................... 5-1
5-2-2. Abnormal Image
(In the case that LED is not abnormal.) ................. 5-2
5-2-3. Abnormal Audio .................................................... 5-3
5-3. Image Trouble ................................................................. 5-4
5-4. Power (G Board) Trouble ................................................ 5-5
5-5. Remote Control Trouble .................................................. 5-6
5-6. Sound Trouble ................................................................. 5-7
5-7. Other Trouble .................................................................. 5-8
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6. Spare Parts
6-1. Notes on Repair Parts ...................................................... 6-1
6-2. Exploded Views ............................................................... 6-2
7. Diagrams
Overall ............................................................................. 7-1
Frame Wiring................................................................... 7-2
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Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the Service Manual of the Flat Wide Display Monitor FWD-S42H1/
S47H1.
This manual contains the service overview, service mode and adjustment, circuit
description, troubleshooting, SNMP, spare parts, block diagram, and frame wiring.
The service of this unit is basically performed by the replacement of board.
Therefore, the schematic diagram, board layout and electrical parts list are not
contained.
Related manuals
In addition to this Service Manual, the following manuals are provided.
. Operating Instructions (Supplied with unit)
(Japanese, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Simplied Chinese)
This manual is necessary for application and operation of this unit.
. Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM (Available on request)
This Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM allows you to search for
semiconductors used in Broadcast and Professional equipment.
Part number: 9-968-546-06
Trademarks
Trademarks and registered trademarks used in this manual are follows.
. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and Other countries.
. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.
Other system names, product names, and company names appearing in this manual
are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
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Section 1
Service Overview
1-1. Appearance Figure
1-2. Board Location
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
C 0 SET
H2 board
T board
LED backlight module
LED backlight module
TEMP board
G board
B board
A board
H1 board
J board
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1-3. Disassembly
m
. Remove parts in the order of numbers shown in the gure.
. When removing/installing the cabinet and replacing the board, place the unit on the conductive cushion.
1-3-1. Back Cabinet Assembly
_ Fourteen screws
_ Ten screws
Conductive cushion
Upper side
_ Hold the two handles and remove
the back cabinet assembly.
_Hold the two handles and remove
the back cabinet assembly.
_ Six screws
_ Two screws
_ Two screws
FWD-S42H1
FWD-S47H1
_ Two screws
Back cabinet assembly
Back cabinet assembly
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1-3-2. Main Frame Assembly
.Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
m
. When removing the main frame assembly, be sure to work with more than two persons.
. Place the removed main frame assembly on the conductive cushion.
_ LVDS cable
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Disconnect the LVDS cable
while lifting the main frame
assembly.
_ Fourteen screws
_ Five screws
_ Main frame assembly
_ Back plate cover
Conductive cushion
CN1
P1
Upper side
CN101
LVDS cable
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1-3-3. A Board/B Board
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
. Remove the back plate cover. (Refer to steps and of Section 1-3-2.)
_ Six screws
_ Screw
_ Six connector screws
_ Removing the lithium battery.
_ Four screws
_ Seven screws
_ A board
_ A board
_ Interface cover
_ B board
JK801
JK800
JK802
JK305
JK304
JK502
JK803
JK709
JK307
Conductive cushion
Upper side
Battery holder
Lithium battery
Remove the lithium battery in
the direction of the arrow.
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1-3-4. G Board
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
. Remove the back plate cover. (Refer to steps and of Section 1-3-2.)
_ Six screws
_ G board
_ G board
P201
P202
P204
SC102
SC101
P203
P205
P206
Conductive cushion
Upper side
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1-3-5. H2 Board/J Board
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
1-3-6. T Board
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
. Remove the back plate cover. (Refer to steps and of Section 1-3-2.)
_ Screw
_ Screw
_ Two screws
_ Control button
_ J board
_ H2 board
_ Control bracket
P1
P1
P3
P5
P2
P4
Conductive cushion
Upper side
_ T board
Conductive cushion
Upper side
_ Two screws
J801
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1-3-7. TEMP Board
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
. Remove the back plate cover. (Refer to steps and of Section 1-3-2.)
1-3-8. DC Fan
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
. Remove the back plate cover. (Refer to steps and of Section 1-3-2.)
_ TEMP board
P1
Conductive cushion
Upper side
_ Screw
_ DC fan
_ DC fan
_ Fan bracket
P304
Conductive cushion
Upper side
_ Two screws
_ Two screws
_ Two screws
_ Fan bracket
_ Two screws
DC fan installation direction
Turn labels to the upside
of this unit.
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1-3-9. LCD Panel/LED Backlight Module/H1 Board/Bezel Assembly
. Remove the back cabinet assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)
. Remove the main frame assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
. Remove the H2 and J boards. (Refer to Section 1-3-5.)
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. When removing LCD panel, be sure to work with more than two persons.
. Place the removed LCD panel on the conductive cushion.
_ Hooks
_ Hooks
_ Hooks
_ Hooks
_ Screw
_? Screw
_ Logo bracket
_^ LED backlight
module
_ Logo bracket
_ LED backlight
module
_ H1 board
_/ IR lens
_ Four screws
_ LCD panel
_ LCD retainer bracket
_ Bezel assembly
_ Two screws
Conductive cushion
Upper side
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1-4. Procedure of A Board Replacement
Execute following procedure when you replace A board.

1. Turn on the power of this unit. (Green LED lighting)
2. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
3. Select Model Selection using the [)] and [(] keys, and press tne [Enter] key.
4. Select model name either FWD-S42H1/B or FWD-S47H1/B using the [&] and [*] keys of
RM-FW002. Then press [Enter] key.
1: FWD-S42H1
2: FWD-S47H1
Select
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1-5. Warning on Power Connection
Use the proper power cord for your local power supply.
United States, Continental Europe UK, Ireland, Australia, Japan
Canada New Zealand
Plug type VM0233 COX-07/636 _
1)
VM1296
Female end VM0089 COX-02/VM0310B VM0303B VM1313
Cord type SVT H05VV-F CEE (13) 53rd (O, C) HVCTF
Minimum cord 10 A/125 V 10 A/250 V 10 A/250 V 10 A/125 V
set rating
Safety approval UL/CSA VDE VDE DENAN-HO
1) Use an appropriate rating plug which complies with local regulations.
1-6. Lead-free Solder
Boards requiring use of lead-free solder are printed with a lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder
contains no lead.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular
size.)
: LEAD FREE MARK
m
. Be sure to use the lead-free solder for the printed circuit board printed with the lead free mark.
. The lead-free solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is
recommended to use the soldering iron having a temperature regulator.
. The ordinary soldering iron can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly
longer time. The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so
be careful.
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2-1. Service Mode
2-1-1. Service Mode Startup Procedure
1. Press the [ENTER] button of the remote controller (RM-FW002).
2. Enter the number 1 9 6 in order.
2-1-2. Conguration
Section 2
Service Mode and Adjustment
Model Selection
1. FWD-S42H1/B
2. FWD-S47H1/B
White Balance
. Color Temp . Green Offset
. Red Gain . Blue Offset
. Green Gain
. Blue Gain
. Red Offset
AD Calibration
. Red Offset 1 . Blue Offset 2
. Green Offset 1 . Red Gain
. Blue Offset 1 . Green Gain
. Red Offset 2 . Blue Gain
. Green Offset 2
Audio
. Audio Delay
For Sony Test
. S-Init Good
. HD 15 Out
. HD 15 Out RS232C
. Power MNG
. Option DPMS
. Special PIP
Temperature
. Temperature 1
. Temperature 2
. Backlight
. Red Gain . Red Gain
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Personal computer
COM port
RS-232C cable
(The illustration indicates FWD-S47H1.)
2-1-3. Description of Main Items
Model Selection
1: Selects FWD-S42H1/B
2: Selects FWD-S47H1/B
White Balance
Color Temp: Selects color temperature. (Cool (high), Neutral (middle), Warm (low))
Red Gain: Sets Red Gain.
Green Gain: Sets Green Gain.
Blue Gain: Sets Blue Gain.
Red Offset: Sets Red Offset.
Green Offset: Sets Green Offset.
Blue Offset: Sets Blue Offset.
AD Calibration
Red Offset 1: For factory menu
Green Offset 1: For factory menu
Blue Offset 1: For factory menu
Red Offset 2: For factory menu
Green Offset 2: For factory menu
Blue Offset 2: For factory menu
Red Gain: For factory menu
Green Gain: For factory menu
Blue Gain: For factory menu
Audio
Audio Delay: Phase adjustment of Video and Audio.
For Sony Test
S-Init Good: Initializes whole data for user to be able to use the set.
HD15 Out: For factory menu
HD 15 Out RS232C: For factory menu
Power MNG: For factory menu
Option DPMS: For factory menu
Special PIP: For factory menu
Temperature
Temperature 1: Displays the internal temperature of sensor
value.
Temperature 2: Displays the external temperature of sensor
value.
Backlight: Displays the setting value of backlight.
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2-2. White Balance Adjustment
2-2-1. Initialization
All data stored in EEPROM is initialized.
1. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
2. Select the Initialization menu, and then execute FILE 0xFF.
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When the initialization is completed, this unit becomes ON automatically after power ON/OFF.
2-2-2. AD Calibration
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Usually AD calibration adjustment is already performed for the A board for servicing.
Preparation
Required equipment
. Signal generator: MASTER MSPG925, etc
Input signal
. RGB signal: 1024 x 768@60 Hz
. Component 720P/50 Hz
. PAL Composite Video
Signal pattern
. 7 color-bar
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Procedure
1. Input the RGB signal, and then set Input of this unit to RGB.
2. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
3. Select AD Calibration from the service menu window.
4. Move the cursor to Auto-RGB using the [)] key, and select To Set using the [*] key.
AD Calibration is executed.
5. After RGB becomes OK, change the input, and then repeat the same procedure for Component
720P/50 Hz and PAL Composite Video signal.
2-2-3. White Balance
Preparation
Required equipment
. Signal generator: MASTER MSPG925, Astro VG-828, etc.
. Color analyzer: CA-210, etc.
Input signal
. Input signal: PAL Composite Video
Signal pattern
. 100% white
After aging this unit approximately 30 minutes, adjust the color matrix of each color signal, Cool (high),
Neutral (middle) and Warm (low).
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Adjustment
1. Input PAL Composite Video, and then set Input of this unit to VIDEO.
2. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
3. Select White Balance.
4. Adjust Red Gain, Green Gain and Blue Gain to the following chromaticity respectively.
. Cool (high): x = 275, y = 283
. Neutral (middle): x = 283, y = 295
. Warm (low): x = 313, y = 329
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Adjustment error is ?15
Factory setting
Set up the factory setting.
1. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
2. Select the For Sony Test menu, and then execute S-Init Good.
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When the setting is completed, this unit becomes ON automatically after power ON/OFF.
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2-3. Firmware Version Upgrade
The rmware version upgrade can be performed by using LAN or RS-232C.
2-3-1. Upgrade by Using LAN
Required equipment
. Personal computer (PC)
OS: Windows XP
. LAN cable
. Firmware update.exe Version 1.3
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For obtaining this application le, please contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center.
. FWD-S42H1/S47H1 rmware (extension: bm)
Preparation
. Disable the Windows rewall settings.
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Start menu Settings Select Windows rewall on the control panel.
. Connect this unit and PC using the LAN cable.
. Copy Firmware Update.exe and FWD-S42H1/S47H1 rmware to the arbitrary place in PC.
Version Upgrade
1. Start Internet Explorer.
2. Type IP Address (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/service) in the address bar, and then press the [Enter] key.
The following window is displayed.
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When the rst number is 0, type 0. (Example: 046)
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3. Type User name and Password, then click the [OK] button.
The following window is displayed.
. User name: service
. Password: fwd_series
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Type the user name and password in lower case letter.
4. Click the [Update] button.
The following window is displayed.
5. Click the [Flash|Write|Mode] button.
The following window is displayed.
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6. Double-click the Firmware updater.exe to start.
The following window is displayed.
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Type the IP address in the box of xx in step 7.
7. Type the IP address, and then click the [Search] button.
The following window is displayed.
8. After a few seconds, Model Name, Serial No. and IP Address (represented by x here) are detected
automatically. Then, click the [OK] button.
The Step1 window is displayed. (Right side window)
Next Cancel
Next Cancel
Next Cancel
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9. Click the [Next] button.
The following window is displayed.
10. Select Display in the Firmware box, and then select the [Browse] button.
The following window is displayed.
11. Select the FWD-S42H1/S47H1 rmware, and then click the [Open] button.
The following window is displayed.
Back Next Cancel
Back Cancel
Open
Cancel
File name:
Look in:
File of type:
Open
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12. Click the [Update] button.
The following window is displayed, then the version upgrade is executed.
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Update Error may be displayed. In such a case, refer to Version check. If the version is the latest
one, it is no problem.
After few minutes, the version upgrade is completed.
The restart window is displayed.
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13. Click the [Restart] button. (The LAN of this unit is rebooted.)
The nish window is displayed.
14. Click the [finish] button.
The rmware updater is closed.
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Version check
1. Quit Internet Explorer.
2. Start this unit from the standby mode (red LED). (Green LED)
3. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
4. Select For Sony Test.
5. Execute S-Init Good.
6. Quit the service mode.
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7. Check that the software version in Information of the menu is the latest version.
8. Turn off the power of this unit.
9. After a minute, turn on the power.
2-3-2. Upgrading by Using RS-232C
Required equipment
. Personal computer (PC)
OS: Windows XP
. RS-232C cable (straight)
. Version upgrade software
CGProbe Redistributable5.7.0.1.exe
ISPUtility2.0.5.0.exe
isp-16_ext.hex
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For obtaining this application le, please contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center.
. BKM-FW21
. FWD-S42H1/S47H1 rmware (extension: HEX)
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Preparation
1. Turn off the power of this unit.
2. Connect PC and this unit (REMOTE terminal) using the RS-232C cable (straight).
3. Set No.2 DIP switch (SW3001) of BKM-FW21 to ON.
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After the writing is completed, be sure to return No.2 DIP switch (SW3001) to OFF.
4. Attach BKM-FW21 to this unit.
5. Install CGProbe Redistributable in the arbitrary place in PC.
6. Double-click CGProbe Redistributable 5.7.0.1.exe.
7. Click the [Next] button, and then install the application le by following the instruction on the win-
dow.
1 2 3 4
ON
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8. Double-click ISPUtility 2.0.5.0.exe.
The following window is displayed.
9. Click the [Next] button, and then install the application le by following the instruction on the win-
dow.
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When the installation is completed, the following icon appears on the PC desktop.
10. Move isp_16ext.hex to the following folder, and then replace the le.
C\ Program Files\ Genesis Microchip\ ISP Utility\ ISP\ torino\
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If the le is not replaced, an error may occur when the rmware is rewritten. Therefore, be sure to
replace the le.
11. Setup menu Advanced Setup Set the Network Port to Option.
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Version upgrade
Firmware writing
1. Double-click the ISP Utility icon on the desktop in the state that the OSD display is not displayed.
ISP Utility starts.
2. Perform the setting as follows.
Connection: Serial
Chip: FLI30436
Flash Device: MX29LV160BTTC
Image: Firmware le name specied separately
Example:
FWD-S42H1_V1.10_20080904.HEX
3. Click the [Settings] button, and then perform the following setting.
Port: Set COM Port No.
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The initial setting of port is COM1. This setting varies depending on PC.
Baud Rate: 115200
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Cancel
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4. Click the [OK] button.
5. Check that the power of this unit is turned on, and then click the [Start] button.
6. Although the unit enters the debug mode in the process of upgrade, click the [OK] button to continue.
7. Check that ISP Successful is displayed in the Status box.
(The version upgrade is completed.)
8. Remove BKM-FW21 from this unit.
9. Return No.2 DIP switch (SW3001) of BKM-FW21 to OFF (normal setting).
10. Turn off the power.
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In case of version upgrade failure
If the rmware upgrade has failed, the power cannot be turned on. This is not the power failure, therefore
you can write the rmware again.
Disconnect and re-connect the AC plug of this unit (OFF time is approx. 20 seconds), and then perform
the procedure in this section again.
Version check
Check that the software version in Information of the menu is the latest version.
Factory Reset
1. Start the service mode. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
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2. Move the cursor to For Sony Test using the [)] key, and then press the [Enter] key.
3. Move the cursor to S-Init Good using the [)] key, and the select To Set using the [*] key.
Factory Reset is executed.
4. Check that the message Initializing... disappears. (Factory Reset is nished.)
2-4. DEVICEINFO Section
Required equipment
. Personal computer (PC)
OS: Windows XP
. RS-232C cable (straight)
. PreDeviceInfo.zip
. DeviceInfo program (DeviceInfo.exe, for FWD-S42H1/FWD-S47H1/GXD-L52H1)
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For obtaining this application le, please contact your local Sony Sales Ofce/Service Center.
. BKM-FW21
Preparation
1. Copy the les PreDeviceInfo.zip and DeviceInfo program in PC.
2. Double-click PreDeviceInfo.zip to decompress.
3. Right-click the le COMDLG32.INF in the PreDeviceInfo\ComDlg32 folder, and then execute the
installation.
4. Copy the les VB6KO.DLL and MSCOMM32.OCX in C:\WINDOWS\system32 in PC.
5. Attach BKM-FW21 to the option slot of this unit.
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6. Set No.2 DIP switch (SW3001) of BKM-FW21 to ON.
7. MENU Setup Advanced Setup Set the Network Port to Option.
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The command is not accepted unless this step is performed.
8. Connect PC and BKM-FW21 attached to this unit using the RS-232C (straight) cable.
Writing
1. Start DeviceInfo.exe.
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2. Select the model in Version Setting.
3. Set the port, and then click the [Open] button.
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The initial setting of port is com1. This setting varies depending on PC.
4. Type the items, Model Name, Serial Number and Operation Time, in Device Information, and then
click the [Write] button.
5. Turn the power OFF and ON.
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. Wait for more than 10 seconds between the power OFF and ON.
. Do not perform the following steps in the standby mode.
6. Check that the data is written in Information of the menu.
7. Return No.2 DIP switch (SW3001) of BKM-FW21 to OFF (normal setting).
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Section 3
Circuit Description
3-1. Microcontroller
A microcontroller is mounted in IC400 (A board). It controls the whole block. Firmware is stored in
IC600, and each setting data is stored in IC1401.
Two external SDRAMs (IC601 and IC602) of 128 MB are connected for various processing (including
image processing).
3-2. Input Signal Selection
A signal can be input from DVI and Option as a digital signal. An RGB/component signal can be input
from the HD15 terminal as an analog signal, and a composite signal can be input from the BNC terminal.
Moreover, an S-video signal can be input from the S-video terminal, and an RGB/component signal can
be input from Option.
The digital signals from the standard DVI terminal and from Option are selected using IC203 and input to
IC400. The RGB/component signal from the standard HD15 terminal is received by transistor, and then
input to IC400. The RGB/YUV signal from Option is input to IC400. The composite/S-video signal is
selected using IC4 and input to IC400.
An audio signal from OPTION DIGITAL is output from IC203 and converted once from digital to analog
using IC700, and then input to IC4. Other analog audio signal is input to IC4 and is selected.
The COMPOSITE OUT is loop-through from the COMPOSITE IN, and the signal is output as it is when
the power is standby and AC is OFF state. The HD 15 Out is active-through, and the signal is output only
when the power is ON.
3-3. Video Decoder and Filter Circuits
The video decoder is built into IC400. The selected video signals are decoded using various lter circuit.
In addition to a main path, the video decoder has a sub-path for PIP/PAP. The main path and sub-path
have different lter circuit conguration. A slight difference appears in the image pattern during PIP/PAP.
Picture quality is all set in this IC400.
3-4. Audio Circuit
Each analog audio signal is selected by IC4 and divided into two; one for the Audio output and the other
for the Speaker output. The signal for the Audio output is buffered in transistor and output from the Au-
dio-out connector as the monitor out. The signal for Audio is directly output from IC4. Therefore, the
input signal is output as it is as the monitor out without being processed by the Volume control, sound
effect, etc.
On the other hand, the signal for the Speaker output is digitalized by the A/D converter (IC701) and it is
output from Speaker_out via the sound processor (IC704) and Audio AMP circuit (IC705). The sound
processor (IC704) performs the settings of the sound quality, volume, delay, etc.
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3-5. Connection with LCD Panel
A signal is connected with the LCD panel using an LVDS signal and output from IC400 via the connector
(JK502).
3-6. Network
A network function is controlled using IC1103. It internally communicates with a main microcontroller
(IC400) using an RS-232C protocol.
For connection with the outside, a network function is connected to IC1103 via IC1000. The rmware of
IC1103 is stored in IC1002 and processed using work memory (IC1001).
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Section 4
SNMP
4-1. SNMP
FWD-S42H1/S47H1 installs SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). SNMP is a standard
protocol for network management that was standardized in IETF (Internet Engineer Task Force).
By using SNMP, the management information of equipment connected to a network can be gotten via a
network. The information of multiple equipment gotten using SNMP can also be unitarily managed by
using SNMP management software.
The equipment corresponding to SNMP has a management information database called MIB (Manage-
ment Information Base) in the inside of equipment. In SNMP, the bidirectional communication of data
contained in MIB is realized between a management system and management object system that exist
in a network.
In MIB, there is the standard MIB prescribed by RFC. Especially, MIB-2 (formal name: MIB-II) is its
representative MIB. MIB-2 was established to manage a network. MIB-2 is installed in much network
equipment such as a PC, router, and switch as a standard feature. This unit installs this MIB-2.
Monitoring and monitored sides exist when equipment is monitored via a network using SNMP. The
monitoring side is called an SNMP manager. It is mainly constituted by the software of PC. For the
monitored side, a module called an SNMP agent is installed. SNMP-compatible equipment transmits
MIB information to an SNMP manager via this SNMP agent. This unit installs this SNMP agent. This
unit can realize the communication with a general-purpose SNMP manager using this SNMP agent.
Basically, an SNMP agent replies only when an inquiry is sent from an SNMP manager.
The SNMP manager periodically inquires the equipment, which it manages, about MIB information. This
way to get information is called polling. In polling, equipment replies using a response command when
an SNMP manger sends a request command to equipment. By polling, therefore, equipment can be
monitored without applying a high load to the equipment.
On the other hand, notication can also be done from the equipment side to an SNMP manager. This noti-
cation is called a trap. Using this trap, when a serious trouble occurred in equipment, it can be notied
to the SNMP manager in a short time.
This unit is compatible with the two polling and trap protocols described above. Equipment can be
efciently monitored using these protocols.
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SNMP Setting window (on Web Page)
4-2. Specications of SNMP Installation
The specications of the SNMP agent installed in this unit are shown in below.
. SNMP version: SNMPv1
. MIB denition: SMIv2
. Support PDU: GetRequesat
SetRequest
GetNextRequest
Trap
. Standard MIB to be installed: MIB-II
4-3. Installation
The setting below is required to use the SNMP function of this unit. (Set according to your network
environment and SNMP management environment.)
. Community and its Community property
. Authentication trap
. Host restriction
The Web server function of this unit is used for setting. Refer to the Operation Manual of this unit for the
operation of the Web server.
The contents of each item and the setting of SNMP are fully described in this specication.
4-4. Operation of SNMP Setting Window
This section describes the procedure and contents for
setting of SNMP.
Open the Web page of this unit and click the [SNMP]
button in the Advanced setting item on the Setup page
(where an administrators password is necessary). The
SNMP setting window is displayed.
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4-4-1. Community
A Community name is used as the password for SNMP access. The request received from an SNMP man-
ager is accepted when the Community name contained in the request coincides with the Community name
set. The request is rejected when the former does not coincide with the latter.
A maximum of three Communities can be set.
There are Rights and Trap destinations items in the property of Community. The property can be set
for each set Community.
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When multiple Communities are set, all set Communities are validated.
1. Rights
The rights that can be set are as follows:
Read Only: An SNMP manager can reference MIB information using this Community name.
Read Write: This Community must be set when a write request is sent from an SNMP manager.
Other: Do not set this option because it is used for the function extension in future.
2. Trap destinations
When Trap destinations are set, during trap occurrence, a trap is notied to the equipment set as trap desti-
nations using the Community name set.
Up to four Trap destinations can be set to one Community.
Trap destinations are not set in default.
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This product can be set on only the Web screen because it does not install the automatic setting function
of Trap destinations.
3. Setting procedure of Community
Community can be added, edited, and removed.
The addition, editing, and removal procedures of Community are described below.
Addition of Community
1. Click the [Add] button.
The Community name, Rights, and Trap destinations text boxes, and [Set|to|List] and
[Cancel] buttons are validated.
2. Type the Community name you want to add.
3. Set the Rights of Community and the Trap destinations you want to add.
When you want to save the setting, click the [Set|to|List] button and then click the [Apply] button at
the bottom of the window.
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. Click the [Cancel] button when you want to discard the setting during setting.
. When you want to save setting, be sure to click the [Set|to|List] button and then click the [Apply]
button.
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Editing of Community
1. Select the Community, you want to edit, from a drop-down list.
2. Click the [Edit] button.
The Community name, Rights, and Trap destinations text boxes, and [Set|To|List] and
[Cancel] buttons are validated.
Edit the Community name when you want to edit a Community name.
3. Set the Rights of Community and the Trap destinations you want to edit.

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. Click the [Cancel] button when you want to discard the setting during setting.
. When you want to save the setting, click the [Set|to|List] button and then click the [Apply] button
at the bottom of the window.
Removal of Community
1. Select the Community, you want to remove, from a drop-down list.
2. Click the [Remove] button and then click the [Apply] button at the bottom of the window.

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Be sure to click the [Remove] button and then click the [Apply] button.
4-4-2. Authentication Trap
An authentication trap is the trap for making it detect by an SNMP manager that an illegal access was
gained to this unit using an SNMP protocol.
. The authentication trap is validated when this check box is selected. A trap is transmitted when an
illegal access is gained.
. The authentication trap is invalidated when this check box is not selected. A trap is not transmitted even
if an illegal access is gained.
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Be sure to click the [Apply] button when you edited setting.
4-4-3. IP Restriction of Host
It is possible to put restrictions on the IP address of an SNMP manager, as one of the security countermea-
sures, which communicates using an SNMP protocol.
. IP address restriction is invalidated when you select Accept packets from any host.
. Only the SNMP access from an SNMP manager that has the set IP address is accepted when you select
Accept packets from those hosts. The SNMP access from an IP address that has not been set is reject-
ed.
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. Up to four IP restrictions can be set.
. Be sure to click the [Apply] button when you edited setting.
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4-5. MIB to Be Installed
This unit installs MIB-2.
MIB-2 is the most representative standard MIB. It is installed in various network products.
The statistical information on the amount of network trafc or the number of transmitted and received
packets is dened, and the change or transition can be monitored by polling the information periodically.
Additionally, the management items to be installed can be dened using a TCP/IP device so as to get the
information effective for the monitoring of the network communication state.
Refer to RFC1213 for the detailed denition of MIB-2.
4-6. Information to Be Notied on Trap
In software version 2.0 or later, the software have a function that transmits error information to this unit.
The error trap and authentication trap are installed.
4-7. ID Talk
ID Talk is set as described below. ID Talk is a protocol for operating the function of this unit via a net-
work.
4-7-1. Default Setting
Item Description
Transport TCP
Port number 53484 (Factory setting)
TCP connection time-out 30 seconds (Factory setting)
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4-7-2. Setting Items
The items that can be set to ID Talk are shown in the table below.
Item Description
Start ID Talk Service Select the check box when using ID Talk. Clear the check box when using no ID Talk.
(default setting: OFF)
Port No. Changes the port number. A port number have to change port number 53484 cannot
be used because it has been already used for another purpose.
Timeout Specify the timeout time of connection.
Connection is automatically disconnected when communication is not done for the
specied time.
IP address of client Executes only the request from the specied IP address.
(Host Address) ID Talk does not have the security function such as user authentication. During
installation, safety can be improved by setting this item.
Multiple host addresses can be set.
Community Changes the community of a header. Four (upper-or-lower case) alphanumeric
characters can be set.
(default setting: SONY)
Set the items described above properly on the SETUP ID Talk page of the Web page when using ID
Talk.
4-7-3. Packet Structure
The packet structure of ID Talk is described below.
Packet structure
1. Header
The header is constituted by two bytes consisting of a version (8 bits) and category (8 bits).
Header structure
Version
Indicates the version number of an ID Talk protocol.
This version is xed to 02h (version 2).
Category
Contains the category number of display equipment to be controlled. A category number is conrmed on
the display equipment side. A request is ignored when a different category number is contained.
Code Category
10h Information Display
Community
(4)
Command
(4)
Data
(n)
Header
(2)
0
0
Version (8) Category (8)
1 (Bit position)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5
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0
0
Community (32)
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
2 3
7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
(Bit position)
0
0
Item No(16) Data Length(8)
Request/Response(8)
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
2 3
7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1
(Bit position)
2. Community
A request is executed when community coincides with the community set in display equipment. Commu-
nity consists of four (upper- or lower-case) alphanumeric characters. SONY is a factory-setting value.
The set character can be changed on the Web page.
Community packet
3. Command
The format of a request packet and response packet is described below.
Command packet
4. Request
The format when sending a request from a host to display equipment is described below.
Community
This is the same alphanumeric character as the community set in display equipment that sends a request.
Request
This is a request for display equipment.
Item No.
This is the item number to be treated for request.
Data Length
This is the length of data incident to a request. The maximum length is 128 bytes. The length of data is
0 when no data exists.
Data
This is data incident to a request.
5. Response
The format when display equipment returns a response to the request from a host is described below.
Community
This contains the same alphanumeric character as a request. For a short header and short community, this
is embedded with 00h.
Response
This contains the result of a request.
Item No.
This is the item number to be treated for response.
Data Length
This is the length of data incident to a response. The maximum length is 128 bytes. The length of data is
0 when no data exists.
Data
This is data incident to a response.
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Set Data(n byte) 00h Item No. n
Request
Request Item No. Data
Data
Length
Get Data(n byte) OK(01h) Item No. n
Response
01h Item No. 0
Request
Request Item No.
Data
Length
Get Data(n byte) OK(01h) Item No. n
Response
4-7-4. Requests and Responses
Requests and responses are described below.
1. Requests
Requests are only a GET request that gets the display information or state and a SET request that changes
the setting of display equipment.
Request Contents
SET (00h) Writes data in the register of display equipment.
GET (01h) Gets the installation information, equipment state, or setting values.
SET command:
Communication with the main microcomputer of display equipment can be done via a network by using
the protocol dedicated to FWD-S42H1/S47H1 as well as an ID Talk protocol. Use a SET command in
this case. (Also, use a SET command when receiving information from the display equipment.)
2. Responses
A response returns the result of execution to the request from a host.
Response Contents
NG (00h) Indicates that a request is invalid or could not be executed.
OK (01h) Indicates that a request could be executed normally.
3. SET request
The SET request sets a new value to the specied item. A request and its response are described in details
below.
SET request
Response to SET request
4. GET request
The GET request gets the value of the specied item. A request and its response are described in details
below.
GET request
Response to GET request
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Error Code(16) NG(00h) Item No. 2
5. ERROR response
An NG message is returned as a response when an error occurs in the contents of a request or the result of
execution.
ERROR response
4-7-5. Items
Category Contents SET GET
80**h Gets the information of this unit O O
90**h Gets the network setting information. _ O
F100h FWD-S42H1/S47H1 dedicated protocol O _
1. 80**h
This item gets the information of the connected display equipment.
Lower byte Contents SET GET
00h Category Code _ O
01h Model Name _ O
02h Serial Number _ O
03h Installation Place O O
0x8000 Category code
1 byte
0x8001 Model name
12 alphanumeric characters
For under 12 alphanumeric characters, the remaining section is set as 00h.
0x8002 Serial number
4 bytes
0x8003 Installation place
24 alphanumeric characters
For under 24 alphanumeric characters, the remaining section is set as 00h.
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2. 90**h
This item gets the network setting information.
Lower byte Contents SET GET
00h MAC Address _ O
01h IP Address _ O
02h Subnet Mask _ O
03h Default Gateway _ O
04h DHCP _ O
0x9000 MAC Address
6 bytes
0x9001 IP Address
4 bytes
0x9002 Subnet Mask
4 bytes
0x9003 Default Gateway
4 bytes
0x9004 DHCP
1 byte
DHCP invalid data value: 0
DHCP valid data value: 1
3. F100h
FWD-S42H1/S47H1 dedicated protocol packets can be transmitted to the main microcomputer of FWD-
S42H1/S47H1 as ID Talk data according to the FWD-S42H1/S47H1 dedicated protocol. The response of
protocol is returned as the data of ID Talk response packets.
Refer to the dedicated protocol manual for details on the FWD-S42H1/S47H1 dedicated protocol.
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4-7-6. Error Codes
An error code list and its details are shown in the table below.
Category Error Error code
Item Error (01**h) Invalid Item 01h
Invalid Item Request 02h
Invalid Length 03h
Invalid Data 04h
Short Data 11h
Not Applicable Item 80h
Community Error (02**h) Different Community 01h
Request Error (10**h) Invalid Version 01h
Invalid Category 02h
Invalid Request 03h
Short Header 11h
Short Community 12h
Short Command 13h
Network Error (20**h) Timeout 01h
Comm Error (F0**h) Timeout 01h
Check Sum Error 10h
Framing Error 20h
Parity Error 30h
Over Run Error 40h
Other Comm Error 50h
Unknown Response F0h
NVRAM Error (F1**h) Read Error 10h
Write Error 20h
1. Item errors
An item error occurs when the Item No. or Data of a request is invalid. The conditions under which each
error occurs are described below.
Invalid Item
When Item No. that is not supported is specied
Invalid Item Request
When Item No. is supported, but Request that is not supported is requested
Invalid Length
When the Data Length of the specied Item No. is too long
Invalid Data
When the Data of the specied Item No. differs in the setting range
Short Data
When the length of data differs from the value specied using Data Length
Not Applicable Item
When an item that is not valid at present is specied
2. Community error
This error occurs when community differs.
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3. Request errors
These errors occur when a header or command is invalid. The conditions under which each error occurs
are described below.
Invalid Version
When the version of a header is other than 2
Invalid Category
When a category differs
Invalid Request
When a request that is not supported is specied
Short Header
When the received data is 1 byte
Short Community
When the received data is 2 to 5 bytes
Short Command
When the received data is 6 to 9 bytes
4. Network error
This error occurs in TCP/IP. The conditions under which an error occurs are described below.
Timeout
When communication was interrupted halfway
5. Comm error
This is an error that occurs during communication with the main control microcomputer of display equip-
ment.
Timeout
When the received data is not sent after data transmission
Check Sum Error
When a check sum error occurs in the main control microcomputer
Framing Error
When a framing error occurs
Parity Error
When a parity error occurs
Over Run Error
When an overrun error occurs
Other Comm Error
When other errors occur
Unknown Response
When data that cannot be processed is received
6. NVRAM error
Read Error
When the read operation from NVRAM fails
Write Error
When the write operation to NVRAM fails
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Section 5
Troubleshooting
5-1. Self-Diagnostic Operation
Check item: Symptom
An error code is detected from the panel: Power OFF LED blanking 2 times.
Temperature abnormal: Power OFF LED blanking 3 times.
Fan abnormal: Power OFF LED blanking 4 times.
Voltage abnormal: Power OFF LED blanking 5 times.
5-2. Check Point
5-2-1. Abnormal LED
1. LED does not light.
Cause 1: Connector is not connected correctly.
(Check P1 of the H1 board to P5 of the J board and P1 of the J board to JK803 of the A board.)
Connect the connector correctly.
Cause 2: 5 V cannot be supplied from G board.
(Check pin 3 and pin 4 of JK800 of the A board.)
Replace the G board.
Cause 3: Pattern is shorted.
Replace the A board or the H1 board.
Cause 4: Harness is broken.
Replace the harness.
2. Only red LED lightning. (Power is turned off.)
Cause 1: H1 board failure.
(The main unit is turned on using the power switch of the main unit. The power cannot be
turned on by using the remote controller.)
Replace the H1 board.
Cause 2: Connector assembly failure
(Check P1 of the H1 board to P5 of the J board and P1 of the J board to JK803 of the A board.)
Replace the connector assembly.
Cause 3: Power is not supplied.
(Check 5 V at pin 1 of JK800 of the A board.)
Replace the G board.
Cause 4: Microcontroller halts its operation. (Halt)
Replace the A board.
3. Only orange LED lightning. (Power is turned off.)
Cause 1: Auto shut off function is operated.
It becomes normal state when the signal is input.
Cause 2: Microcontroller halts its operation. (Halt)
Replace the A board.
Cause 3: H1 board failure.
Replace the H1 board.
Cause 4: J board failure
Replace the J board.
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4. LED ashes repeatedly from red to green. (Power is turned off.)
Cause 1: Power is not supplied.
(Check 5 V at pin 1 of JK800 of the A board.)
Replace the G board.
Cause 2: A board is damaged.
Replace the A board.
5. Red LED ashes many times.
(Refer to Section 5-1.)
5-2-2. Abnormal Image (In the case that LED is not abnormal.)
1. Image is not displayed.
(Check the backlight of panel. Is the screen lit dimly in the dark room?)
Cause 1: Connector of LVDS cable, G board or A board is disconnected.
Connect the connector correctly.
Cause 2: Backlight is not abnormal.
Replace the A board.
Cause 3: Backlight is abnormal.
Replace the G board or LCD panel.
2. Image is not displayed in the special mode.
Cause 1: Signal that is not supported is input.
(Check if the signal is supported or not.) (Refer to the Operating Instructions.)
Cause 2: Image is not displayed when the DVI signal is input.
Check the EDID data.
Cause 3: A board failure
Replace the A board.
3. Abnormal image
Cause 1: Trouble persists after replacing the A board.
Replace the LCD panel.
4. Whitish image
Cause 1: Screen setting is not correct.
Reset the screen setting.
Cause 2: No device is connected to the end of the cable that is connected to the video output during video
input.
Disconnect the video output cable. Or, connect a device to the end of the video output cable.
Cause 3: A board failure
Replace the A board.
Cause 4: LCD panel failure
Replace the LCD panel.
Cause 5: Abnormal white balance data
Initialize this unit. (Refer to Section 2-2-1.)
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5-2-3. Abnormal Audio
1. Audio output is not heard.
Cause 1: Audio is set to the mute setting.
Cancel the muting setting.
Cause 2: Speaker Out setting is not correct.
Set the speaker output to In.
Cause 3: Speaker terminal is not connected correctly.
Connect the speaker terminal correctly.
Cause 4: Speaker failure
Replace the speaker
Cause 5: AUDIO IN connection destination is not correct.
Connect Audio In correctly for the video signal input.
Cause 6: A board failure
(Check the output of pin 1 to pin 4 of JK700 of the A board.)
Replace the A board.
2. Abnormal Audio
Cause 1: Speaker terminal is not connected correctly.
Connect the speaker terminal correctly.
Cause 2: Speaker failure
Replace the speaker
Cause 3: A board failure
Replace the A board.
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5-3. Image Trouble
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For the replacement parts, refer to Section 6.
The parts other than those described in Section 6 are not service parts. When the replacement of those
parts is required, replace them in the assembly unit.
Main symptoms
. Dot noise . Picture noise . Bad color . Vertical dot noise . Unstable image
. No image . Broken OSD . No inversion . No power saving . Clock error
. No screen saver . Flashing picture . Dark picture . Unstable caption/text
Image is abnormal.
No
Yes
There is a high possibility that
the A board (RGB/DVI) or B board
(YUV/CVBS) caused the trouble.
Replace the A or B board.
Are all input signals abnormal?
(RGB/DVI/YUV/CVBS)
Yes
Is there any abnormal state in
the connection of the
A board and LVDS cable ?
Yes
Are the each voltage of P203 to
P206 on the G board abnormal?
(Refer to Section 7)
Replace the G board.
No
Yes
Is the LCD panel abnormal?
(Refer to Section 5-2-2.)
Replace the LCD panel.
No
Connect correctly or replace
the LVDS cable.
No
Replace the A board.
n
After replacing the A board, perform the following
adjustments.
. AD calibration adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. White balance adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. EDID data input
. S-Init Goods (Refer to Section 2.)
5-5 FWD-S42H1
5-4. Power (G Board) Trouble
n
For the replacement parts, refer to Section 6.
The parts other than those described in Section 6 are not service parts. When the replacement of those
parts is required, replace them in the assembly unit.
Power cannot be turned on.
Power is reset.
Yes
No
There is a high possibility that
the A board caused the trouble.
Replace the A board.
Does the power of this unit
repeat ON/OFF?
Yes
Is there any abnormal state in
the connection of the
A board and G board?
No
Yes
Are the each power of P203 to
P206 on the G board abnormal?
(Refer to Section 7)
Replace the G board.
Replace the A board.
No
Connect correctly.
n
After replacing the A board, perform the following
adjustments.
. AD calibration adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. White balance adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. EDID data input
. S-Init Goods (Refer to Section 2.)
5-6 FWD-S42H1
5-5. Remote Control Trouble
n
For the replacement parts, refer to Section 6.
The parts other than those described in Section 6 are not service parts. When the replacement of those
parts is required, replace them in the assembly unit.
Remote control is abnormal.
No
Yes
Replace the battey of remote control.
Is the battey of remote
control high?
Yes
Is there any abnormal state in
the connection of A board,
H1 board and J board?
Yes
Is there any output from pin 4
of JK803 on A board?
Replace the A board.
No
Connect correctly.
Yes
Yes
Is the control settings
set Display only?
No
Is there any trouble when other
remote control or battery is
used?
Replace the remote control.
No
Set the control settings to
Display+Remote.
No
Replace the H1 or J board.
n
For setting procedure,
refer to Operating Instructions.
n
After replacing the A board, perform the following
adjustments.
. AD calibration adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. White balance adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. EDID data input
. S-Init Goods (Refer to Section 2.)
5-7 FWD-S42H1
5-6. Sound Trouble
n
For the replacement parts, refer to Section 6.
The parts other than those described in Section 6 are not service parts. When the replacement of those
parts is required, replace them in the assembly unit.
Sound is abnormal.
Yes
No
Release muting setting.
Is muting set on the remote
control?
Yes
Is the speaker abnormal?
No Is AUDIO IN connector correctly
connected with video input?
Connect correctly.
No
Replace the speaker.
No
Yes Is the speaker out settings
set Off?
Yes Is the connection of the
speaker abnormal?
Connect correctly or replace
the cable.
No
Set the speaker out settings to On.
Yes
Yes
Is there any abnormal state in
the connection of the
A board and Speaker?
Yes
Is the sound output from JK700
on the A board abnormal?
Replace the A board.
No
Connect correctly.
No
Replace the Speaker?
n
After replacing the A board, perform the following
adjustments.
. AD calibration adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. White balance adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. EDID data input
. S-Init Goods (Refer to Section 2.)
n
For setting procedure,
refer to Operating Instructions.
5-8 FWD-S42H1
5-7. Other Trouble
n
For the replacement parts, refer to Section 6.
The parts other than those described in Section 6 are not service parts. When the replacement of those
parts is required, replace them in the assembly unit.
Button or LED failure
Yes
Connect correctly.
Is there any abnormal state in
the connection of the A board,
H1 board and J board?
No
Button Which LED or button is
abnormal?
Replace the H2 board.
LED
Yes Is the power turned on with
the power switch of this unit?
Yes Is the voltage of pins 1, 3 and
4 of JK800 on A board 5 V?
Replace the A board.
No
Replace the H1 board.
No
Replace the G board.
n
After replacing the A board, perform the following
adjustments.
. AD calibration adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. White balance adjustment (Refer to Section 2.)
. EDID data input
. S-Init Goods (Refer to Section 2.)
6-1 FWD-S42H1
6-1. Notes on Repair Parts
1. Safety Related Components Warning
w
Components marked ! are critical to safe operation.
Therefore, specied parts should be used in the case of
replacement.
2. Standardization of Parts
Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those
used for the unit. These are because of parts common-
ality and improvement.
3. Stock of Parts
Parts marked with o at SP (Supply Code) column of
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the
delivery date will be delayed.
4. Harness
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as
spare parts.
The components identied by mark contain condential
information.
Strictly follow the instructions whenever the components
are repaired and/or replaced.
Section 6
Spare Parts
6-2 FWD-S42H1
Screw Kit 1 (FWD-S42H1)
6-2. Exploded Views
FWD-S42H1
14
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(inside)
(inside)
No. Part No. SP Description
14 4-126-534-01 s SCREW KIT
Note : The screws can be ordered in units of screw kit. (Sony part No. 14)
_ FAB30012701
_ FAB30016403
_ FAB30007701
_ FAB30014914
_ FAB30005601
_ FAB30016301
_ FAB30009502
_ FAB30010111
_ FAB30016410
_ FAB30007703
_ FAB30014911
_? FAB30013202
_ FAB30012906
_^ FAB30016412
SCREW KIT
6-3 FWD-S42H1
Screw Kit 2 (FWD-S42H1)
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(inside)
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(inside)
(inside)
_
6-4 FWD-S42H1
Screw Kit 3 (FWD-S42H1)
14
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_? _?
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_
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_
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(inside)
6-5 FWD-S42H1
Screw Kit 1 (FWD-S47H1)
FWD-S47H1
14
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(inside)
(inside)
No. Part No. SP Description
14 4-126-534-01 s SCREW KIT
Note : The screws can be ordered in units of screw kit. (Sony part No. 14)
_ FAB30012701
_ FAB30016403
_ FAB30007701
_ FAB30014914
_ FAB30005601
_ FAB30016301
_ FAB30009502
_ FAB30010111
_ FAB30016410
_ FAB30007703
_ FAB30014911
_? FAB30013202
_ FAB30012906
_^ FAB30016412
SCREW KIT
6-6 FWD-S42H1
Screw Kit 2 (FWD-S47H1)
14
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(inside)
_(inside)
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(inside)
(inside)
_
6-7 FWD-S42H1
Screw Kit 3 (FWD-S47H1)
14
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(inside)
6-8 FWD-S42H1
FWD-S42H1
FWD-S47H1
101
101
102
103
104
106
107
107
108
108
109
105
Cabinet Block
No. Part No. SP Description
101 ! X-2319-770-1 s BACK CABINET ASSY
(FOR FWD-S42H1)
! X-2319-776-1 s BACK CABINET ASSY
(FOR FWD-S47H1)
102 1-857-190-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, H2
103 1-857-191-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, J
104 4-112-979-01 s BUTTON,CONTROL
105 4-112-982-01 s BRACKET CONTROL
106 4-112-986-01 s METAL REAR (FOR FWD-S47H1)
4-155-540-01 s METAL REAR (FOR FWD-S42H1)
107 4-124-140-01 s LABEL OPTION
108 4-124-141-01 s LABEL, AC
109 4-113-020-01 s COVER BACK PLATE
6-9 FWD-S42H1
FWD-S42H1
FWD-S47H1
201
202
203
204
205
206
213
207
208
209
210
211
214
212
Main Chassis
No. Part No. SP Description
201 ! 1-523-048-11 s FUSE (5A/250V)
202 ! 1-576-233-51 s FUSE (H.B.C.) (6.3A/250V)
203 ! 1-787-437-41 s DC FAN
204 1-789-377-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, T
205 ! 1-821-958-21 s AC INLET
206
! 1-857-186-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, A
207 1-857-187-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, B
208 ! 1-857-188-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, G
(FOR FWD-S42H1)
! 1-857-193-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, G
(FOR FWD-S47H1)
209 1-857-192-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, TEMP
210 ! 1-910-049-79 s CONNECTOR ASSY AC SWITCH
211 3-292-097-01 o HOLDER, OPTION BOARD GUIDE
212 4-124-139-01 s INTERFACE DECORATION
213 ! 1-528-174-11 s BATTERY, LITHIUM (CR2032 TYPE)
214 4-160-316-01 o OPTION COVER
6-10 FWD-S42H1
LCD and Bezel Block
301
302
302
303
304
305
305
No. Part No. SP Description
301 ! A-1560-878-A s BEZEL OVERALL ASSY
(FOR FWD-S47H1)
! A-1561-259-A s BEZEL OVERALL ASSY
(FOR FWD-S42H1)
302 1-487-078-11 s MODULE LED BACKLIGHT
303 ! 1-802-814-11 s LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL
(FOR FWD-S47H1)
! 1-802-820-11 s LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL
(FOR FWD-S42H1)
304 1-857-189-11 s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, H1
305 4-112-971-01 s LOGO BRACKET
6-11 FWD-S42H1
Packing
414
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
407
408
409
410
411
411
411
411
412
413
415
No. Part No. SP Description
401 1-480-371-11 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-FW002)
402 9-885-113-71 s BATTERY COVER (FOR RM-FW002)
403 1-834-812-11 s CABLE, LAN
404 2-990-242-01 s HOLDER (B), PLUG (FOR FWD-S42H1)
405 3-292-112-01 o ACCESSORY BOX
406 3-613-640-01 o PLUG,HOLDER C (FOR FWD-S42H1)
407 3-674-673-01 o STOPPER (A)
408 4-111-559-01 s MANUAL (Operating Instructions)
(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, SPANISH, ITALIAN,
SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)
409 4-113-039-01 s CARTON (FOR FWD-S47H1)
4-113-080-01 s CARTON (FOR FWD-S42H1)
410 4-113-040-01 s TRAY (FOR FWD-S47H1)
4-113-081-01 s TRAY (FOR FWD-S42H1)
No. Part No. SP Description
411 4-113-038-01 s CUSHION (FOR FWD-S47H1)
4-113-082-01 s CUSHION (FOR FWD-S42H1)
412 3-292-111-01 o PROTECTION BAG (FOR FWD-S47H1)
4-113-083-01 s PROTECTION BAG (FOR FWD-S42H1)
413 4-113-041-01 s BOTTOM SHEET (FOR FWD-S47H1)
4-113-084-01 s BOTTOM SHEET (FOR FWD-S42H1)
414 2-657-561-01 s HOLDER, CABLE
415 ! ------------ s CORD, POWER (125V, 12A)
(See Sec. 1-4. Warning on Power
Connection)
6-12 FWD-S42H1
FWD-S42H1
FWD-S47H1
501
501
501
501
Speaker
No. Part No. SP Description
501 1-826-857-12 s SPEAKER SYTEM
6-13 FWD-S42H1
Board Connections
CN1 CN201
SC101
SC102
J801
AC INLET
AC SWITCH
LOGO
LOGO
P4
P1
P2
P5
P1
P1
P1
P3
JK502
JK801
JK800
JK802
JK307
P203
P202
P204
P205
P206
JK803
JK304
JK709
JK305
P201
DC FAN
DC FAN
H2 Board
H1 Board
TEMP Board
T Board
G Board
A Board
B Board
J Board
INVERTER
Board
INVERTER
Board
TOP SIDE
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No. Part No. SP Description
_ 1-910-043-00 o CONNECTOR ASSY MAIN 10P
_ 1-910-043-01 o CONNECTOR ASSY MAIN 12P
_ 1-910-043-02 o CONNECTOR ASSY MAIN 7P
_ 1-910-043-03 o CONNECTOR ASSY MAIN 8P
_ 1-910-043-07 o CONNECTOR ASSY INVERTER 12P
_ 1-910-044-25 o CONNECTOR ASSY SPK 4P
_ 1-910-049-25 o CONNECTOR ASSY INVERTER 14P
_ 1-910-049-26 o CONNECTOR ASSY TEMP 4P
_ 1-910-049-27 o CONNECTOR ASSY 14P
_ 1-910-049-28 o CONNECTOR ASSY KEY 3P
_ 1-910-049-29 o CONNCTOR ASSY RMT 8P
_? 1-910-049-80 s CONNECTOR ASSY LVDS
7-1 FWD-S42H1 7-1
Section 7
Diagrams
MAIN A
EEPROM
IC201
INPUT
SELECTOR
IC5
DVI_SCL/SDA
DVI_DATA: 3.3V
DVI_CLK/DE: 3.3V
DVI_VS/HS: 3.3V
DVI
DVI AUDIO
PC_Audio
EEPROM
IC6
DDC_SCL/SDA
(DDC-CI/DOWNLOAD/CONTROL)
MAIN_R/G/B, Y/U/V
MAIN_VS/HS
CHV_SYNC
OPTION_R/G/B, Y/U/V
PC_Audio_L/R: 500mVrms
OP
AMP
MUX
IC20
MAIN_R/G/B, Y/U/V OUT
OPTION_VS/HS
RX/TX0
DVI_Audio_L/R: 500mVrms
VS/HS OUT
SCHMITT
TRIGGER
IC3101
HDMI V1.3 Rx
(HDCP)
36bit Deep-color
IC203
IC7
MUX
IC301
MAIN SCALER
IC400
SYNC_MUX
IC3102
3STAGE BUF
LAN_SEL
3STAGE_BUF
IC3004
MUX
IC3005
IC3003
ADC
IC701
SCHMITT
TRIGGER
CVBS_Audio_L/: 500mVrms
MAIN_AV_YIN
MAIN_AV_CIN
S-VID_Y
S-VID_C
MAIN_AV_VIN
CVBS_V: 1/0.285V p-p
Audio_out L/R
MAIN_AV_V_OUT
RX/TX_DEBUG (LAN)
LAN FW EN/LAN_RESET
RX/TX_NET
RX/TX_OP (FW-21)
SVC_RXTX
MUX
IC3001
OP1_RS_WE UART_CTRL
MAC_CTRL FW21_SW_CTRL
OP1_RS_WE
CVBS / S-VIDEO
Audio_out L/R
Audio_L/ROUT
HIGH
MUX
MAC_ADDRESS_WRITING (READY)
OP1 FW EN/OP1_RESET
(BKM-FW21/BKM-FW50)
RGB_PC/
COMPONENT
OUT
CVBS_Audio
CVBS/
S-VIDEO
IN&OUT
MAIN B
Audio_out
Ethernet
OPTION
HDMI
Ver 1.3
(Sil9185)
OPTION:
BKM-FW15
BKM-FW16
BKM-FW11
BKM-FW50
BKM-FW21
OP_HDMI_DATA: 3.3V
OP_HDMI_CLK/DE: 3.3V
OP_HDMI_VS/HS: 3.3V
HDMI_SCL/SD
AV_L/RIN3: 500mVrms(SLOT1)
SCL/SDA1
OPTION_RGB/YUV (FW-11/12/50): 0.7V p-p
AV1_R/L3_IN
R/L1_IN
AV1_R/L4_IN
R/L2_IN
OP_AV1_VIN
OP_AV1_YIN
OP_AV1_CIN
CVBS_Audio: 500mVrms
PC_Audio_L/R: 500mVrms
DVI_Audio_L/R: 500mVrms
OPTION
HD-SDI
OPTION
RGB/
COMPONENT
OPTION
RS-232C/
Control-S
OPTION_VS/HS
DAC
IC700
AMP
IC702
HDMI_IIS: 3.3V
MAIN_AV_VIN
A_/ROUT
MAIN_AV1_YIN
MAIN_AV1_CIN
HDMI_Audio_L/R
IRO/IRI-SLOT1
RX/TX_OP (FW-21)
232C Driver
R/L5_IN
AV SWITCH
IC4
CVBS_V: 1/0.285V p-p
S-VID_Y
S-VID_C
OP_HDMI_DATA: 3.3V
HDMI_IIS : 3.3V
IRO
IRI-SLOT1
OP1_S_EN
HIGH
CPU-IR
** DIGITAL_R/G/B / Y/U/V
DPM_SCL/SDA
DUSOUT SELECT BLOCK
OPTION_R/G/B , Y/U/V
MAIN_R/G/B, Y/U/V, SCART R/G/B
DDC_SCL / SDA (DDC-CI)
DSUB_VS /HS
OP_HDMI_CLK/DE: 3.3V
OP_HDMI_VS/HS: 3.3V
HDMI_SCL / SDA
MAIN_VS /HS
OPTION_VS /HS
RX/TX1
RX/TX
OP1_FW_EN
LAN_FW_EN
RX/TX_A
RX/TX_B
CHV_SYNC
VIDEO_INPUT1
VIDEO_INPUT 2 (SCART)
SYSTEM_RESET
TXD /RXD : Download
AIP_RAW_VS / AIP_RAW_HS_CS: 5V High/Low
DDC-2BI
(DDC-CI/DOWNLOAD/CONTORL)
VGA_RGB: 0.7V p-p
COMP: 1/0.7V p-p
DDRRAM (256MB x 2)
IC601, IC602
Flash-ROM (2MB)
IC600
JK502
LVDS for FULL HD
8bit + FRC LCD
EEPROM
IC1401
RESET IC
IC1400
QUAD
BUFFER/
LINE
DRIVER
MICROCONTROLLER AUTO HW RESET (Network)
LAN_RESET
OP1_RESET
RTC
IC3401
STB_SCL/SDA
DIGITAL INPUT
DEEP COLOR
IR
VGA_RGB: 0.7V p-p
COMP: 1/0.7V p-p
SCART_RGB: 0.7V p-p
FW_CPU_WE
Audio_IIS:12.8MHz
PWM
IC704
AMP
IC705
SDRAM
(Lip-sync)
IC703
L
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C
H
R
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C
H
L
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C
H
R
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C
H
SCL/SDA1
L_CH_Audio
R_CH_Audio
TX1 / RX1: Control
RGB_PC/
COMPONENT
IN
SCL/SDA1
232C DRIVER
IC3100
SVC_RXTX
Overall
Overall Overall
7-2 FWD-S42H1 7-2
Frame Wiring Frame Wiring
Frame Wiring
LCD PANEL
TEMP
G
CTRL INVERTER1
INVERTER2
P1 JK305
SCL SCL1
CN1
GND GND
VBL
SDA SDA1
VBL
3.3VDD 3.3VDD
VBL
VBL
VBL
GND
GND
GND
P201
P203 JK801
JK502
GND
24V
5.0V 5VDD
12V
GND
25V
5.0V 5VDD
12V
VBR-A
26V
GND GND
12V
Von/off
27V
GND GND
12V
VBR-B
28V
12VA 12VA
GND
Status
GND
12VA 12VA
GND
GND
GND GND
GND
GND
GND GND
GND
GND
Vbr-A DIMMING_B
NC
GND
Status INV_STATUS
NC
Vbr-A
CH0E_
CN201
INV-On
CH0E+
VBL
Vbr-B P204 JK800
CH1E_
VBL
Status AC-Det AC-DET
CH1E+
VBL
PWR-On POWER_ON
CH2E_
VBL
P202 5Vst 5VST
CH2E+
VBL
24V 5Vst 5VST
CKE_
GND
25V GND GND
CKE+
GND
26V GND GND
CH3E_
GND
27V INV-On INVERTOR_ON
CH3E+
GND
28V 5Vst NC
CH4E_
GND
GND 3.4Vst 3.3VST
CH4E+
NC
GND 3.4Vst 3.3VST
SCL
NC
GND GND GND
SDA
GND GND GND
LVDS_SEL
GND
BIT_SEL
NC
CH00_
NC P205 JK802
CH00+
5.0V 5V-OP
CH10_
AC SWITCH 5.0V 5V-OP
CH10+
SC102 GND GND
CH20_
OUT GND GND
CH20+
IN Vbr-B DMMING_A
CK0_
3.4V 3.3V-OP
CK0+
3.4V 3.3V-OP
CH30_
CH30+
AC INLET
CH40_
SC101 P206 JK307
CH40+
LINVE 24V-Det 24V-D
NC
NC NC NC
GND
NEUTRAL 12V-Det 12V-D
3.4Vst 3.3VST-D
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
LVDS Select
VBR_EXT
VBR_OUT
DCR_Enable
GND
RA1N
RA1P
RB1N
RB1P
RC1N
RC1P
GND
RCLK1N
RCLK1P
GND
RD1N
RD1P
RE1N
RE1P
GND
Bit Select
RA2N
RA2P
RB2N
RB2P
RC2N
RC2P
GND
RCLK2N
RCLK2P
GND
RD2N
RD2P
RE2N
RE2P
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
NC
12V
12V
12V
12V
5V-Det 5V-D
3.4V-Det 3.3V-D
3.4Vst-On 3.3VST_ON
GND GND JK900
CHASSIS GND
JK304
DC FAN
VCC
VCC
SINGAL
SIGNAL
GND
GND
JK201 Pin Layout
5V-OP
GND
3.3V_OP
H2 J
A
T
B
GND
P1 P4
3.3VST
VCC 3.3VST
GND
GND GND
OP1_RESET
KEY_CTL KEY P1 JK803
5VDPM
3.3VS GND
QSENSE1
GND 5VST
GND
KEY GND
Sil9125_RESET
B-CTL IR
OP1_IRI
LOGO
LOGO
P2 V-LOGO_ON GND
OP_CTRL1
VCC V-LOGO-ON B-CTRL GREEN_LED
OP1_TX
GND V-B-CTRL H-LOGO_ON RED_LED
OP_RXC+
RED_LED H-LOGO_ON
SDI_HPD
GREEN_LED B-CTRL
GND
H1
GND V-LOGO_ON
GND
P1 P5 IR B-CTRL
GND
RED_LED RED_LED GND KEY
GND
GREEN_LED GREEN_LED 5VST GND
GND
GND GND GND 3.3VS
GND
IR IR
GND
GND GND
GND
5VST 5VST
READY
NC NC
HDMI_CEC
GND GND
HDMI_SCL_OP
OP1_RS_EN
3.3VST
DEBUG_IP
LAN_TX
RXD_DBG
LAN_RX
TXD_DBG
GND
HB_ALM
GND
LAN_FW_WE
GND
LAN_RESET
GND
5VST-D
VDDA5
SVIDEO_C_MAIN
GND
SVIDEO_Y_MAIN
GND
CVBS_MAIN
GND
NC
GND
AUDIO_MUTE2
GND
GND
GND
ADO-OUTL
GND
ADO-OUTR
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
NC
NC
GND
OP1_S_EN
5V-OP
GND
3.3V-OP
GND
5VST-D
3.3VST
9V-OP
OP1_RS_EN
QSENSE2
HB_ALM
OP1_FW_WE
IR_O
OP_CTRL2
OP1_RX
OP_RXC_
GND
OP_RX0_
GND
OP_RX0+
TXD_DBG
OP_RX1+
RXD_DBG
OP_RX1_
GND
OP_RX2+
GND
OP_RX2_
HDMI_SDA_OP
DPM_SCL
DPM_SDA DEBUG_IP
P3
VCC H-LOGO-ON
GND H-B-CTRL
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
L+
L_
R_
R+
P1
L OUT+
L OUT_
R OUT_
R OUT+
JK700
L OUT+
L OUT_
R OUT_
R OUT+
JK1 Pin layout
OPTION
5V-OP
GND
BKM-FW11
3.3V-OP
B to B
BKM-FW15
GND
BKM-FW16
QSENSE1
BKM-FW21
DEBUG_IP
ADO3-INR
GND
XXA-9V
GND
OP1_TX
GND
OP1_RESET
R/PR
B/PB
HS
GND
OP1_S_EN
SVIDEO-Y
5V-OP
GND
3.3V-OP
GND
QSENSE2
GND
NC
ADD3-INL
CXA-9V
AVI--CVBS
OP1_RX
IR_0
OP1_IRI
OP1_FW_WE
G/Y
GND
VS
OP1_RS_EN
SVIDEO-C
5VST GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
JK306
3.3VST
DEBUG_IP
LAN_RX
RXD_DBG
LAN_TX
TXD_DBG
GND
HB_ALM
GND
LAN_FW_WE
GND
LAN_RESET
GND
5VST-D
VDDA5
SVIDEO_C_MAIN
GND
SVIDEO_Y_MAIN
GND
CVBS_MAIN
GND
NC
GND
AUDIO_MUTE2
GND
GND
GND
ADO-OUTL
GND
ADO-OUTR
GND
GND
GND
GND
NC
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
FAN_CTL1
FAN_CTL2
FAN_SENSE1
FAN_SENSE2
GND
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B to B
FWD-S42H1
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem,
perform the following safety checks before
releasing the set to the customer :
Check the metal trim, metallized knobs,
screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC
leakage. Check leakage as described below.
LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part
to earth ground and from all exposed metal
parts to any exposed metal part having a return
to chassis, must not exceed 3.5 mA. Leakage
current can be measured by any one of three
methods.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the
Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the
manufacturers instructions to use these
instruments.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The
Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is
suitable for this job.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor
by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC
voltmeter. The limit indication is 5.25 V, so
analog meters must have an accurate low-
voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa
SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM
that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated
digital multimeters that have a 20 V AC
range are suitable. (See Fig. A)
Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
AC
voltmeter
(5.25V)
Earth Ground
0.15 F 1.5 kZ
Sony Corporation
FWD-S47H1 (SY)
FWD-S42H1 (SY) E
9-968-469-02
Printed in Japan
2009. 8 22
2008