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PDP-502MX
PDP-502MXE
THIS MANUAL IS APPLICABLE TO THE FOLLOWING MODEL(S) AND TYPE(S).
Model
Type Power Requirement Remarks
PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE
LUCBW/1 –– AC100 – 120V
YVLDK/1 –– AC100 – 240V

¶ This service manual should be used together with the following manual(s).
Model No. Order No. Remarks
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, PCB DIAGRAM, PCB PARTS LIST and
PDP-502MX ARP3078
IC INFORMATION

In PDP-502MX and PDP-502MXE, there are two different models (original model and
value analysis model) respectively. Confirm the mark and serial No. of the product Rear
side, and use each service manual. Refer to "Confirm it".

CONTENTS
Confirm it ......................................................... 2
1. SAFETY INFORMATION .................................... 3 7. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................. 60
2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ............. 6 7.1 DIAGNOSIS ................................................ 60
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 7.1.1 DIAGNOSIS METHOD ...................... 60
....................................................... 18 7.1.2 DISASSEMBLY ................................. 70
(For SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, refer to ARP3078) 7.1.3 WIRING ............................................. 72
4. PCB DIAGRAM ....................... Refer to ARP3078 7.2 IC ............................. Refer to ARP3078
5. PCB PARTS LIST ................... Refer to ARP3078 8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
6. ADJUSTMENT .................................................. 46 ....................................................... 76

PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1, Meguro 1-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8654, Japan


PIONEER ELECTRONICS SERVICE, INC. P.O. Box 1760, Long Beach, CA 90801-1760, U.S.A.
PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, 9120 Melsele, Belgium
PIONEER ELECTRONICS ASIACENTRE PTE. LTD. 253 Alexandra Road, #04-01, Singapore 159936
PIONEER CORPORATION 2000
T–ZZA AUG. 2000 Printed in Japan
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Confirm it

PRODUCT REAR SIDE

Discrimination seal
Serial No. (SILVER)
( 1∗∗∗∗∗ )

SERIAL NO.
Serial No. Service Manual
ARP3075 [This manual]
1∗∗∗∗∗
ARP3078
ARP3037
OTHER
ARP3044

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1. SAFETY INFORMATION
This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual
do-it-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been
trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual.
Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may
void the warranty. If you are not qualified to perform the repair of this product properly and safely, you
should not risk trying to do so and refer the repair to a qualified service technician.
WARNING
This product contains lead in solder and certain electrical parts contain chemicals which are known to the state of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Health & Safety Cod e Section 25249.6 – Proposition 65

NOTICE
(FOR CANADIAN MODEL ONLY)
Fuse symbols (fast operating fuse) and/or (slow operating fuse) on PCB indicate that replacement parts
must be of identical designation.

REMARQUE
(POUR MODÈLE CANADIEN SEULEMENT)
Les symboles de fusible (fusible de type rapide) et/ou (fusible de type lent) sur CCI indiquent que les
pièces de remplacement doivent avoir la même désignation.

1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 7. Perform the following precautions for the PDP panel.
• When the front case is removed, make sure nothing hits the
NOTICE : Comply with all cautions and safety related notes located
panel face, panel corner, and panel edge (so that the glass does
on or inside the cabinet and on the chassis.
not break).
The following precautions should be observed :
• Make sure that the panel vent does not break. (Check that the
1. When service is required, even though the PDP UNIT an isolation
cover is attached.)
transformer should be inserted between the power line and the
• Handle the FPC connected to the panel carefully.
set in safety before any service is performed.
Twisting or pulling the FPC when connecting it to the connector
2. When replacing a chassis in the set, all the protective devices
will cause it to peel off from the panel.
must be put back in place, such as barriers, nonmetallic knobs,
8. Pay attention to the following.
adjustment and compartment covershields, isolation resistor-
• Be sure to wire the fan. If the fan does not work, the temperature
capacitor, etc.
will rise and cause the protection circuit to operate.
3. When service is required, observe the original lead dress. Extra
• When the front case is removed, infrared ray is radiated and
precaution should be taken to assure correct lead dress in the
may disturb reception of the remote control unit.
high voltage circuitry area.
• Pay extreme caution when the front case and rear panel are
4. Always use the manufacture's replacement components.
removed because this may cause a high risk of disturbance to
Especially critical components as indicated on the circuit diagram
TVs and radios in the surrounding.
should not be replaced by other manufacture's.
Furthermore where a short circuit has occurred, replace those Leakage Current Cold Check
components that indicate evidence of overheating.
With the AC plug removed from an AC power source, place a
5. Before returning a serviced set to the customer, the service
jumper across the two plug prongs. Turn the AC power switch on.
technician must thoroughly test the unit to be certain that it is
Using an insulation tester (DC 500V), connect one lead to the
completely safe to operate without danger of electrical shock,
jumpered AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal
and be sure that no protective device built into the set by the
part (input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control
manufacture has become defective, or inadvertently defeated
shafts, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return
during servicing. Therefore, the following checks should be
path to the chassis. Exposed metal parts having a return path to the
performed for the continued protection of the customer and
chassis should have a minimum resistor reading of 0.3MW and a
service technician.
maximum resistor reading of 5MW. Any resistor value below or
6. Perform the following precautions against unwanted radiation
above this range indicates an abnormality which requires corrective
and rise in internal temperature.
action. Exposed metal parts not having a return path to the chassis
• Always return the internal wiring to the original styling.
will indicate an open circuit.
• Attach parts (Ground, Rear Cover, Shield Case) surely after
disassembly.

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Leakage Current Hot Check 1.2 PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


Plug the AC line cord directly into an AC power source (do not use Many electrical and mechanical parts in PIONEER set have special
an isolation transformer for this check). safety related characteristics. These are often not evident from
Turn the AC power switch on. visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily
Using a "Leakage Current Tester (Simpson Model 229 equivalent)", can be obtained by using replacement components rated for higher
measure for current from all exposed metal parts of the cabinet voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special
(input/output terminals, screwheads, metal overlays, control shaft, safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual.
etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the Electrical components having such features are identified by marking
chassis, to a known earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.). Any with a on the schematics and on the parts list in this Service
current measured must not exceed 0.5mA. Manual.
The use of a substitute replacement component which dose not have
the same safety characteristics as the PIONEER recommended
replacement one, shown in the parts list in this Service Manual, may
create shock, fire or other hazards.
Reading should
not be above Product Safety is continuously under review and new instructions
Leakage 0.5 mA
current are issued from time to time. For the latest information, always
Device tester consult the current PIONEER Service Manual. A subscription to, or
under
test additional copies of, PIONEER Service Manual may be obtained at
a nominal charge from PIONEER.
Test all exposed
metal surfaces

Also test with plug


reversed
(Using AC adapter
plug as required)

Earth ground
AC Leakage Test

ANY MEASUREMENTS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS


OUTLINED ABOVE ARE INDICATIVE OF A POTENTIAL
SHOCK HAZARD AND MUST BE CORRECTED BEFORE
RETURNING THE SET TO THE CUSTOMER.

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1.3 CHARGED SECTION AND HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATING POINT


7 Charged Section 7 High Voltage Generating Point
The places where the commercial AC power is used without The places where voltage is 100V or more except for the charged
passing through the power supply transformer. places described above. If the places are touched, there is a risk of
If the places are touched, there is a risk of electric shock. In addition, electric shock.
the measuring equipment can be damaged if it is connected to the
GND of the charged section and the GND of the non-charged 1. POWER SUPPLY MODULE (170V)
section while connecting the set directly to the commercial AC 2. X DRIVE ASSY (170V)
power supply. Therefore, be sure to connect the set via an insulated 3. Y DRIVE ASSY (–200V to 250V)
transformer and supply the current. 4. SCAN ASSY (250V)

7 Charged Section For the places, refer to the EXPLODED VIEWS, the SCHEMATIC
(Power supply primary side) DIAGRAM and the PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM sections.
1. AC Power Cord
2. AC Inlet with Filter
3. Power Switch (S1)
4. Fuse (In the MAIN POWER ASSY)
5. STB Transformer and Converter Transformer
(In the MAIN POWER ASSY)
6. Other primary side of the MAIN POWER ASSY
Part is charged section.
Part is the high voltage generating points other than the
charged section.
X CABLE U ASSY
CABLE ASSY

X DRIVE ASSY U-COM ASSY


TOP
CABLE ASSY
X CABLE D ASSY
DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY
SIDE SW ASSY
MAIN POWER ASSY

IR RECEIVE ASSY CABLE ASSY

CABLE ASSY

CABLE ASSY

CONTROL ASSY

AUDIO AMP ASSY

CABLE ASSY
CABLE ASSY
VIDEO ASSY
INPUT ASSY
SCAN ASSY

CABLE ASSY Y DRIVE ASSY

SP TERMINAL (L) ASSY

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2. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST


NOTES : Parts marked by “ NSP ” are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List.
The mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part.
Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Screw adjacent to mark on the product are used for disassembly.

2.1 PACKING
41

10
30
42
23

42
15

18 24
44
41
11
25
16
8 17
19
PDP-502MX Only
7
5 40
3
PDP-502MX Only

21 PDP-502MXE Only
20, 22
31
27
13
28 PDP-502MX Only
39
4
9 1
12 37 38
26 36 29

6
32

2 35
34

30 33
11
PDP-502MX Only

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(1) PACKING PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 Under Pad R AHA2239 26 AC Power Cord See contrast table (2)


2 Under Pad L AHA2240 27 Binder Assy AEC1758
3 Upper Pad R AHA2241 28 Cleaning Cloth AED1174
4 Upper Pad L AHA2242 NSP 29 Vinyl Bag (for Screw, Nut) AHG-064
5 Upper Pad C AHA2243 NSP 30 Literature Bag AHG-117

6 Under Pad C AHA2245 31 Pin/BNC Conversion Adaptor See contrast table (2)
7 Front Carton AHB1210 32 Diaplay Stand AMR3225
8 Rear Carton AHB1211 NSP 33 Stand Bracket ANG2351
9 Code Case AHC1033 34 Screw CPZ30P080FZK
10 Upper Carton See contrast table (2) 35 Caution Sheet ARM1175

11 Under Carton AHD3037 36 Remote Control Unit Case AMR3231


12 Mirror Mat AHG1284 37 Hex Hole Bolt (M8×40) SMZ80H400FZB
13 Polyethirene Sheet AHG1302 38 Washer WAX1F200K320
14 …………………………… 39 Washer WB80FZB
15 Operating Instructions See contrast table (2) 40 Plasma Caution Sheet See contrast table (2)

16 Plasma Caution Sheet See contrast table (2) 41 Seal AAX2817


17 Plasma Caution Sheet See contrast table (2) NSP 42 Label VRW1629
18 Caution Sheet ARM1168 43 Pad Set AHA2269
19 Caution Sheet See contrast table (2) 44 Caution Sheet ARM1194
NSP 20 Warranty Card See contrast table (2)

NSP 21 Warranty Card See contrast table (2) Pad set (AHA2269) is composed of the following parts.
NSP 22 Vinyl Pouch See contrast table (2)
43 Pad Set AHA2269
23 Remote Control Unit AXD1446
1 Under Pad R AHA2239
(CU-V159)
2 Under Pad L AHA2240
24 Battery Cover AZN2098
3 Upper Pad R AHA2241
NSP 25 AA (R6/UM-3) Batteries See contrast table (2)
4 Upper Pad L AHA2242
5 Upper Pad C AHA2243
6 Under Pad C AHA2245

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


PDP-502MX/LUCBW/1 and PDP-502MXE/YVLDK/1 are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE Remarks
LUCBW/1 YVLDK/1
10 Upper Carton AHD3035 AHD3043
15 Operating Instructions ARD1039 Not used
(English/French/Japanese)
15 Operating Instructions Not used ARE1358
(English/French/German/Italian/
Dutch/Spanish)
16 Plasma Caution Sheet ARM1145 Not used
17 Plasma Caution Sheet ARM1147 Not used
19 Caution Sheet ARM1176 Not used

NSP 20 Warranty Card ARY1093 Not used


NSP 21 Warranty Card ARY1102 Not used
NSP 22 Vinyl Pouch AHG–195 Not used
NSP 25 AA (R6/UM-3) Batteries AEX1025 VEM1011
26 AC Power Cord ADG1178 Not used

31 Pin/BNC Conversion Adaptor AKX1052 Not used


40 Plasma Caution Sheet Not used ARM1149

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2.2 REAR CASE SECTION


10 4
9 9
12
4 10
4
4 4
9
4 8
27 (MXE)
4
27 (MX) 9
9 33
7 22

10 20
4
21 4
10
PDP-502MXE 4 7 4
Only 9
10
32
9
9 4
PDP-502MX 10 5
17
Only

9
9 28 PDP-502MX
Only
10
9
16

19 (MX)
30 (MXE)

12 6
31
18 PDP-502MX Only
29
11
PDP-502MXE
Only 3

PDP-502MX
Only 1
26

Refer to "2.3 EXTERIOR (1/3)".

24
13

15

14

25
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(1) REAR CASE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Siricon Sheet L AEH1034 NSP 24 Earth Label BAX1014
2 …………………………… 25 Serial Seal AAX2609
3 Barrier AMR3166
4 Screw BBZ40P160FZK NSP 26 Display Label See contrast table (2)
5 Rear Case Frame See contrast table (2) NSP 27 Label VRW1629
28 Barrier Caution Label See contrast table (2)
NSP 6 Rear Case See contrast table (2) 29 Connector Cover See contrast table (2)
7 Stand Bolt ABA1277 30 Earth Plate See contrast table (2)
8 Screw Collar AEC1848
9 Screw AMZ30P100FZK 31 Washer See contrast table (2)
10 Hole Rivet AMR2969 32 Terminal Label N See contrast table (2)
33 Seal AAX2816
11 Solder Warning Label See contrast table (2) 34 Rear Case Service Assy See contrast table (2)
12 Screw Rivet AEC1852
13 Terminal Label D AAX2721
14 Terminal Label F AAX2723
Note) Rear Case Service Assy is composed of the following parts.
15 Terminal Label G See contrast table (2)
34 Rear Case Service Assy AWL1461 (MX)
16 Terminal Label A See contrast table (2) AWL1457 (MXE)
17 Caution Label See contrast table (2) 3 Barrier AMR3166
18 Terminal Label C See contrast table (2) NSP 6 Rear Case ANE1596 (MX)
19 Terminal Label B See contrast table (2) ANE1587 (MXE)
20 Bolt Caution Label See contrast table (2) 11 Solder Warning Label AAX2644
20 Bolt Caution Label AAX2728 (MXE only)
21 Cleaning Label See contrast table (2) 28 Barrier Caution Label AAX2759
NSP 22 Name Label See contrast table (2) 30 Earth Plate ANK1639 (MXE only)
23 ……………………………

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


PDP-502MX/LUCBW/1 and PDP-502MXE/YVLDK/1 are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE Remarks
LUCBW/1 YVLDK/1
5 Rear Case Frame AMR3147 AMR3170
NSP 6 Rear Case ANE1596 ANE1587
11 Solder Warning Label AAX2644 Not used
15 Terminal Label G AAX2724 Not used
15 Terminal Label E Not used AAX2722

16 Terminal Label A AAX2718 Not used


16 Terminal Label L Not used AAX2734
17 Caution Label ARW1087 Not used
18 Terminal Label C AAX2720 Not used
18 Terminal Label M Not used AAX2735

19 Terminal Label B AAX2719 Not used


20 Bolt Caution Label AAX2727 AAX2728
21 Cleaning Label AAX2751 AAX2766
NSP 22 Name Label AAL2309 AAL2313

NSP 26 Display Label AAX–359 Not used


28 Barrier Caution Label AAX2759 Not used
29 Connector Cover Not used ANG2355
30 Earth Plate Not used ANK1641
31 Washer Not used ABE1077
32 Terminal Label N Not used AAX2736
34 Rear Case Service Assy AWL1461 AWL1457 Note

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2.3 EXTERIOR (1/3) 39


38
35
40
22
20 37 36

1
2
24 20

44

8
45
34
24

23
34
19
34
7
33 18
14 15
34
34 34
15
13 17
3
13
34 13
34

12
34
11 32
10 14
21 31

32 13
21 31
32 30 20
21 9
30
27

Refer to "2.4 EXTERIOR (2/3)". 32


27

21

43
41 41
42
41 PDP-502MX Only

Refer to "2.6 FRONT CASE SECTION".

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(1) EXTERIOR (1/3) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

1 MAIN POWER ASSY AWZ6506 31 Fan Angle Cushion AED1193


2 Fuse (10A, FU101) AEK1071 32 Screw PPZ50P100FZK
3 VIDEO ASSY See contrast table (2) 33 PCB Hinge AEC1807
4 …………………………… 34 Screw AMZ30P060FMC
5 …………………………… 35 RCC CONTROL A ASSY AWZ6507

6 …………………………… 36 RCC CONTROL B ASSY AWZ6508


NSP 7 Chassis ANA1605 37 RCC CONTROL C ASSY AWZ6509
8 Insulating Sheet AMR3199 38 OTL CONTROL A ASSY AWZ6510
9 Fan Frame A ANG2330 39 OTL CONTROL B ASSY AWZ6511
10 Wire Saddle AEC1745 40 OTL CONTROL C ASSY AWZ6512

11 INPUT ASSY AWZ6496 41 Screw BPZ30P080FZK


NSP 12 Fan Frame C ANG2393 42 Hexagon Screw BBA1051
13 Fan Motor AXM1036 43 Nut ABN1033
14 Fan Label AAX2785 44 Insulation Sheet S AMR3233
15 Locking Card Spacer AEC1736 45 Insulation Sheet L AMR3234

16 ……………………………
17 SENSOR (A) ASSY AWZ6501
18 FAN CABLE (A) ASSY AWZ6502
19 FAN CABLE (B) ASSY AWZ6497
20 Screw BMZ30P060FCU

21 Screw BBZ40P160FZK
22 Spacer Screw AEF1028
23 Wire Barrier AMR3209
24 Nylon Rivet AEC1671
25 ……………………………

26 ……………………………
27 PCB Mold AMR2115
28 ……………………………
29 ……………………………
30 Screw ABZ30P160FCU

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


PDP-502MX/LUCBW/1 and PDP-502MXE/YVLDK/1 are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE Remarks
LUCBW/1 YVLDK/1
3 VIDEO ASSY AWZ6495 AWZ6516

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16
31

23 30

12 23 32
33 11
40
23 23

41 35
13 41 23
24
23
23
14 45
15 22
29 12
45 10
8
40
45 23 45

13 45 9
22
22 9
10
44
43
9
A
45
22 21
22 1 22
21 2 7
4
1
19 4 25 42
B 6
37 1
5
22 26
39 1
38 26
22 1
22 3
2 5
18
19
28 22
Refer to "2.5 EXTERIOR (3/3)". 22
20 A

1 22
3
B 22
21
1

1 22
4
5
1
4
1
22 22
21

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(1) EXTERIOR (2/3) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 Frame Shield H ANK1609 NSP 31 Control Shield Case ANK1626
2 Frame H ANG2396 NSP 32 Control Shield Cover ANK1627
3 Frame V ANG2344 NSP 33 Control Shield Plate ANG2380
4 Frame Shield V ANK1610 34 ……………………………
5 Corner Holder ANG2347 35 SP TERMINAL (L) ASSY AWZ6505

6 Ferrite Core (L1) ATX1037 36 ……………………………


7 Sub Frame R ANG2395 37 Spacer AEC1847
8 Sub Frame L ANG2419 38 Screw AMZ30P100FZK
9 Bush C AEC1740 NSP 39 Drive Voltage Label ARW1097
10 Wire Saddle AEC1745 40 Screw BPZ30P080FZK

11 AC Inlet with Filter (CN1) See contrast table (2) 41 Nut ABN1033
12 Shield Gasket B ANK1646 42 Screw PMB40P080FMC
13 Shield Gasket D See contrast table (2) 43 Ferrite Core (L2) ATX1031
14 Shield Gasket C ANK1647 44 Binder AEC1851
15 Terminal Panel See contrast table (2) 45 Dust Guard AEB1362

16 Shield Gasket E See contrast table (2)


17 ……………………………
NSP 18 IR Holder ANG2346
19 Edging Saddle AEC1737
20 Nylon Rivet AEC1671

21 Screw AMZ30P080FCU
22 Screw AMZ30P060FMC
23 Screw BMZ30P060FCU
24 Hexagon Screw BBA1051
25 Ferrite Core Holder AEC1818

26 FPC Cushion AEB1341


27 ……………………………
28 IR RECEIVE ASSY AWZ6498
29 Power Switch (S1) BSM1006
30 CONTROL ASSY AWZ6504

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


PDP-502MX/LUCBW/1 and PDP-502MXE/YVLDK/1 are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE Remarks
LUCBW/1 YVLDK/1
11 AC Inlet with Filter (CN1) AKP1210 AKP1209
13 Shield Gasket D ANK1648 ANK1614
15 Terminal Panel ANG2341 ANG2353
16 Shield Gasket E ANK1649 ANK1634

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2.5 EXTERIOR (3/3)

Note*: No.47 is a special screw. Please fix to an original place.


Please never use other screws.

16
17 39
28 41
28 47∗ 47∗ 45 40
12 39
A
45 40 48

28
48 4
28 36
9
2 44 40
B
30
44 9
5 36
1 24

24

39
15 30
41 47∗ 11
46
39
47∗ 47∗
11
32 23
13 46
47∗ 11
30 38 46
22
20 11
19 46
14 23
33 22 11
9
46
35 23 22
9
34
3 34
23 22

A 22
49 23
46
46 35
B

11
35
22 46 49
11
23 34
22 46
11
23
22 46
11
23
22
11
23
22
31(× 40) 42
23

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(1) EXTERIOR (3/3) SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
NSP 1 Panel Shield S ANK1633 31 Plastic Rivet AMR1066
NSP 2 Panel Shield L ANK1632 32 AUDIO AMP ASSY AWZ6503
NSP 3 Frame Assy ANA1633 NSP 33 PCB Spacer AEC1446
4 SCAN (A) ASSY AWZ6518 NSP 34 Blind Sheet S AMR3202
5 SCAN (B) ASSY AWZ6519 NSP 35 Blind Sheet L AMR3203

6 …………………………… NSP 36 Hot Plate ANG2416


7 …………………………… 37 ……………………………
8 …………………………… 38 Circuit Board Spacer AEC1795
9 PCB Spacer AMR3155 39 Screw ABZ30P160FCU
10 …………………………… 40 Screw BBZ40P120FZK

11 CABLE ASSY AWV1843 41 Screw IBZ30P250FCU


12 Y DRIVE ASSY AWV1847 NSP 42 Plasma Panel Assy AAV1236
13 X CABLE D ASSY AWZ6515 43 ……………………………
14 X DRIVE ASSY AWV1842 44 Screw ABZ30P060FCU
15 X CABLE U ASSY AWZ6514 45 Hot Plate Barrier AMR3223

16 DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY AWV1841 46 Screw ABA1056


17 UCOM ASSY See contrast table (2) 47 Screw ABA1200
18 …………………………… 48 Screw ABZ30P060FCU
NSP 19 Tube Cover AMR3036 49 Ferrite Core (L4, L5) ATX1041
NSP 20 Push Rivet AEC1748

21 ……………………………
22 Dust Guard Collar AMR3227
23 Locking Spacer AEC1794
24 Screw Grommet AEC1857
25 ……………………………

NSP 26 ……………………………
27 ……………………………
NSP 28 Circuit Board Spacer AEC1744
29 ……………………………
30 Locking Spacer AEC1796

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


PDP-502MX/LUCBW/1 and PDP-502MXE/YVLDK/1 are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE Remarks
LUCBW/1 YVLDK/1
17 UCOM ASSY AWZ6499 AWZ6520

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2.6 FRONT CASE SECTION


2
5
1

3
4
22

18
8 8
8
8
14 9
8 8
8 16 10
8
8 8

17
14 8

20 14

7
7
13
6 9
14
15 23

8 10 11
8
18
13 8
7 8 14 12
8 14
11 8
17
8
8
9
8 21 8
8 PDP-502MX 16
Only 8

15 16

(1) FRONT CASE SECTION PARTS LIST


Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.
1 SIDE SW ASSY AWZ6500
2 LED Lens AAK2695 13 Front Cushion V AED1192
3 Control Name Plate AAK2757 14 Corner Cushion AEB1360
4 Control Shield ANK1606 15 Front Case See contrast table (2)
5 Control Button AAC1540
16 Panel Shield V ANK1604
6 Lens AAK2741 NSP 17 Panel Holder V ANG2337
NSP 7 Panel Holder Assy ANG2386 18 Panel Cushion V AED1190
8 Screw BPZ30P080FZK 19 ……………………………
9 Panel Shield H ANK1603 NSP 20 Panel Shield VM ANK1605
10 Panel Cushion H AED1189
21 Pioneer Seal See contrast table (2)
11 Front Cushion H AED1191 22 Screw BBZ30P080FMC
12 Protect Panel Assy AMR3228 23 Corner Shield ANK1665

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PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

(2) CONTRAST TABLE


PDP-502MX/LUCBW/1 and PDP-502MXE/YVLDK/1 are constructed the same except for the following:
Part No.
Mark No. Symbol and Description PDP-502MX PDP-502MXE Remarks
LUCBW/1 YVLDK/1
15 Front Case AMB2649 AMB2679
21 Pioneer Seal ARW1091 Not used

2.7 PDP SERVICE ASSY (AWU1030)


PDP SERVICE ASSY (AWU1030) is composed of the following parts.
Please refer to 2.4 and 2.5 for the illustrations of each part.

Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No.

2.4 EXTERIOR (2/3)


OTHERS
1 Frame Shield H ANK1609
Wire Saddle AEC1797
2 Frame H ANG2396
Flat Clamp AEC1858
3 Frame V ANG2344
Cable Clip AEC1859
4 Frame Shield V ANK1610
NSP FPC (XGA2-Y) ADY1047
5 Corner Holder ANG2347
NSP FPC (XGA2-X) ADY1053
NSP Address Mojule (IC21–IC40) MC-16340
21 Screw AMZ30P080FCU
22 Screw AMZ30P060FMC
26 FPC Cushion AEB1341 PACKING
37 Spacer AEC1847 Button Bolt ABA1259
38 Screw AMZ30P100FZK Corner Pad AHA2203
Corner Carton AHA2204
NSP 39 Drive Voltage Label ARW1097 Upper Carton AHD2970
Under Carton AHD2971
2.5 EXTERIOR (3/3)
Packing Sheet AHG1291
NSP 3 Frame Assy ANA1633
Holder Plate AHK1008
NSP 19 Tube Cover AMR3036
Washer WB80FZB
NSP 20 Push Rivet AEC1748
23 Locking Spacer AEC1794
24 Screw Grommet AEC1857

NSP 28 Circuit Board Spacer AEC1744


30 Locking Spacer AEC1796
31 Plastic Rivet AMR1066
NSP 33 PCB Spacer AEC1446
NSP 34 Blind Sheet S AMR3202

NSP 35 Blind Sheet L AMR3203


38 Circuit Board Spacer AEC1795
NSP 42 Plasma Panel Assy AAV1236

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1 2 3 4
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
For "SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM", refer to the service manual ARP3078 for PDP-502MX.

3.1 OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM


A CABLE ASSY CABLE ASSY CABLE ASSY
K2 K1 K2 K1 K2 K1

D13
MAIN POWER ASSY

P5 D1
OC
OVC

Vsus
Vsus

Vadr

14V
12V
10V

-8V
8V
RGB
To Panel X-Electrode

D19 DAT
P3 VSUS VADR VCC
Psus(X)

SW PWR SW PWR SW PWR


IP
SUS +B D4 Process
Isolation (PC)

OUT DELAY DELAY PFC


P6 HI PWR CLP Pulse
5V 12V Vsus SUS OFF SW Gen.
PD
BLK

P4 PD CONT
PD Relay
Sustain 5V STB12V D18
Pulse Gen. PWR STBY FU101

RGB DAT

HD,VD
IC3405 STB5V
PWR CL
Logic P1 P7
B Vsus BLK AC IN D12 D
+RST D20 D22
Psus(X)

OUT
+ Reset Pulse DRV
Gen. RST Sig.
F7

5V Vadr 5V E3 E5 Vadr
12V
5V 12V Vsus E35 5V E6 14V R10V 14V
12V
E21 SDA REG
To Panel X-Electrode

E19 E2
SCK S5V PWR E2

OSD DAT
FAN
Psus(X)

E24
Sustain PD FAN
SUS Pulse Gen. RST CONT
OC F6
E23 14V BLK DRV
OUT IC3402 R5V S5V E3
E18 5V FAN
REG MAX
PD

Vsus F5 SYSTEM
Vsus SD
E1 E16 CONT CPU SENS
E17 13V DAT, CLK
X DRIVE ASSY SDet, FDet IC3604

E7 E22 EEPROM
REM, Tx, Rx,Vol, Mute
E15 IC3601
Vsus
5V
E8
U-COM ASSY E

Vadr Vadr E33


C KEY, LED
E12 E10
SIDE SW
ASSY S1

AUDIO AMP ASSY 15V A33 A35 12V 9V_PIC 5APLL -


A17 9V_SIG 5VBPLL
12V
D-D CON
HD
VD
CLK
(A), (B)

A19
RGB

PWR AMP 502MXE


CLK

VOL CONT RE
HD

LR IC4502 Only
(Main/Sub) A30
V.ROM
12V MUTE RGB
VOL

A20
LR

STB5V IC2402
13V

DC DET RGB YCbC


SDet AMP/AD/PLL RGB
Decoder YPbP
PD

DAT
R L CLK RGB
B2 B3 IC1401
A1 HD
CLP,HV Y
A2 HD,VD BLK
Sync Sync
U-Com
SEL YPbPr
F-DET Sync G/Y
A3 CONT Sepa HDVD
C6 13V,S5V
C5 C4 C2 12V
IR CLP,HV
S5V 12V In3/In4
RECEIVE PD, VOL LR BLK P&P HD
SEL
A5 VD
ASSY REM Tx CONTROL
U1 SEL
Rx ASSY
R LR LR
C1
D Audio Audio RGB RGB R G B HD VD S
Combi SR SR
R OUT Audio In Out In Out
3/4 1/2 OUT In Pr Y Pb CS
Out
IN 4 IN 3

K1 K2 K1 K2 K1 K2

CABLE ASSY CABLE ASSY CABLE ASSY

18
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE
Notes: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to "EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or "PCB PARTS LIST".
For "PCB PARTS LIST", refer to the service manual ARP3078 for PDP-502MX.
IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC

RGB
RGB

RGB

RGB
RGB

RGB

RGB
VADR VADR RGB
SCAN (A) ASSY

,,
CABLE ASSY CLKB CLK CLKB CLK
VADR
IC5V VH A
DEF DEF DEF DEF
K2 K1 Gen.
12V ADD V1
ADR
U/B/ VADR 5V SEL

(64bit)

(64bit)
(64bit)
(64bit)
DAT3

DAT0
DAT1
DAT2
D/G K2 3.3V PULSE
K1
IC5V VH
D13 D14 D6 D3 TOP ADR DAT CABLE ASSY
D5 ADD V2
(64bit * RGB * 20)
SEL

,
Xtal PULSE
OSD 60M
Gen IC5V VH

To Panel Y-Electrode
Sub-Field 20 D7
Gamma-1 Conv. ADD V3
Aspect ABL SEL
RGB
Conv. RGB RGB * Field 20 Y DRIVE ASSY PULSE
9 DAT DAT Dither DAT SI ,CLK
FIFO OSD Add MEM D8

Psus(Y)
IP 5V 12V Vsus IC5V VH
Process Xtal 5V ADD
VADR Cont

CLP Pulse 50M V4


SEL
Gen. D9 Sustain VH PULSE
IP Panel IC5V
XY DRV Logic Pulse Gen. V7

CP MSK, OFS
CPU CPU

SUS
Sequence BLK Vsus IC3702 IC5V VH

SUS OUT
pattern DRV 10V
8 Gen. Sig Vsus ADD V5
5V D10 DRV Sig.
RGB DAT

SEL
HD,VD

CLP
REG 3.3V H1 PULSE
H2
BOTTOM ADR DAT H4
12V RN
2 D17
OC (64bit * RGB * 20) -RST IC5V VH B
D16 UPV H5 OFS

,,
D20 D22 PD D11 5V ADD V6
DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY SEL
- Reset Vcp PULSE
Pulse

Psus(Y)
14V VRN
12V Gen. Y-SUS
MASK IC5V VH
FAN CABLE B OFS BLK
FAN A
Vadr ASSY PD -8V Pulse ADD V8
Gen. SEL
R10V 14V FAN VH PULSE
DRV B FAN B OC
EG
OFS IC5V V14


E26 Vofs IC5V VH
FAN IC5V VFZ CP
CONT FAN FAN 12V MSK
DRV DRV B FAN FAN C ADD V9
BLK 14V SEL
DRV A D-D
E38 CONV Vcp H3 PULSE
FAN CABLE A

SUS OUT
FAN D BLK Vcp
ASSY IC5V VH

To Panel Y-Electrode
-8V BLK
OVP
5V 12V Vsus

Psus(Y)
S VH ADD V10
Vsus Vsus SEL
SUS

10V PULSE
D-D CONV Sustain
R10V SENSOR A ASSY BLK Pulse Gen.
UVP IC5V VH
TEMP OVP IC3707
SENS
E27
SENS Vofs VRN ADD V11
IC4101 SEL
Vadr E33 SENS A PULSE
C
IC5V VH

ADD V12
SEL
PULSE
12V 9V_PIC 5APLL -5V_IO 5V_PIC
9V_SIG 5VBPLL 5V_AD 5_PLD
A13 VIDEO ASSY
5V_RGB IC5V VH
SDAT
2MXE 13V, 8V, -8V ADD V13
REG SER
nly PARA Y SEL C SEL SEL
A30 A31 CONV. PULSE
V.ROM
SEC Y
PALY

RGB SCL, SDA


Y,C CONT Y NT PAL
GB YCbCr FIL FIL SCAN (B) ASSY
RGB 3DY/Y/SY SEL
B
Decoder YPbPr Y, Col diff Decoder
IC1401 3DY Y SEC
Sync BW_Y FIL C SEL
Y Sepa IC1201 3DC
YPbPr C C
Y 3Line Y/C
Sync Y 3D Y/C for
HDVD for FILTER
SEL C NTSC
In1/In2 PAL/60PAL
/In4 SEL V/Y C
V/Y
EL
C
V/Y 502MX Only

D
G B HD VD S C Y VBS OUT
Y Pb CS IN 2 IN 1
IN 3

K1 K2
K1 K2
L1
SP(L) K1 K2

CABLE ASSY ASSY


CABLE ASSY CABLE ASSY

L OUT 19
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE
3.2 VIDEO ASSY SECTION (1/2)
PDP-502MX Only
PDP-502MXE Only
To VIDEO Assy (2/2)
To CONTROL ASSY
A B CN304 CN503
INPUT3 (502MXE)

A A31 A30
INPUT1 (502MX)

CN4703 C2

11
YC_VY

13
YC_C

9
IC651

1
2
3
5

1
3
5
7
FSC
HBLK_CNR
CLP_CNR
Y
C
SCL
SDA
CN302

1
3
1 A5
R
AUDIO

INT_Cr
INT_Y
INT_Cb
HD_PLD
VD_PLD
L
R
SDA

13.5V
8V
SCL
2
L 3 R
4
5
INPUT4 (502MXE)
INPUT2 (502MX)

11

L 12 9V_SIG 5V_PIC 5V_PIC


13 L
14 27
R
15
AUDIO

37 Y 7 5
Y 45
Y/B–Y/R–Y DECODER SYNC SEPA.
TV JUNGLE IC 36 B–Y 6
C 42
FNC_1 IC1201 35 R–Y 1 3
(TB1227BW)
IC1205 2
INPUT1

IC102 6 (NJN1319M)
OUTPUT 51 9 10 4 1 56
1

SYNC
SCL
SDA
HOUT
INPUT IC1202 IC1204
4 12
2
YC_VY (TC74HC4538AF) Comp (BA7655AF)
3
4
C 9
5 4 10 7
Y HBLK Gen. 10 Comp
INPUT2

11
12
SINC 13 YC_C
14
SINY
15 5 Y
B
2MHz 1 Y SYNC
S_DET 7
S_DET LPF 3 RGB SYNC
IC1207
FNC_2 MR_V_SW S2_DET S2_DET
MAI_SW SHP_SW

+5V_RGB
CN3506 CN303
21
INPUT3 (RGB1)

1 G
Y/G 2 2 G1
3 19
4 4 B1 B
Pb/B 15
5 R
Pr/R 6 6 R1
24 22
HD
HD/CS 8 8 IC305 HD1
14
IC301 12 VD
VD 10 10 VD1
7
Comp G2
9
B2
INPUT ASSY IC303 11
R2
(AWZ6496) 23
Comp HD2
13
VD2

5V_RGB
IC507 VIDEO SW
FNC_0

(24LCS21A) IC306 9V_PIC


(BA7657F) 76 75 79
Plug & Play
4 INT_Y 5
C ROM
INT_Cb 4 80
VCLK INT_Cr 3
Multi Component Processor
SCL IC503 EXT_Y 11 RGB Matrix
37
IC1401
RGB2 IN

VD EXT_Pb 10
Comp (CXA2101AQ) 39
B HD EXT_Pr 9
35
G SDA IC501 EXT_HD 7 RGB DECODER
R EXT_VD 8
Comp

K1404 55 56 31 43
SCL
SDA
SCP

P_ACL
SAND CASTLE PULSE GEN.
HBLK/VBLK/CLP added
K2014
VD
VBLK
RGB2 OUT

SCP Gen. K2013


B HD HBLK
G
3
R
IC506
15 2
12 5
+5D_PLL
+5A_PLL
5V_RGB

10 7
5V_PLD
9V_SIG

9V_PIC

5V_PIC

–5V_IO
+3.3AD

K2023 K2024 K2025 K2026


+5AD
12V

HD3 VD3 HD4 VD4

D
3.3V
Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg

Reg
12V

–5V
9V

9V

5V

5V

5V

5V

5V

A13 CN3401
11
1
2

5
6
7

To POWER SUPPLY ASSY


CN306 P6
20
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

IN Screen K2904 K2903 K2901 AD OUT IP Process A


(VD) (HD) (CLK)

NTSC 4:3 60 15.734k 40.28M Single (A) IP


+5V_PLL +3.3AD A33
PAL Wide 50 15.625k 53.63M Single (A) IP
+5AD 5V_PIC CN2901

To DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY


PC
XGA (60) ORG 60 48.36k 32.50M Dual (A/B) Through

R (B) 8 8

D20
G (B) 8 8
INT_R INT_R 124 B (B) 8 8
INT_G INT_G 133

CN3403
R (A) 8 8
INT_B INT_B 139 AMP/AD/PLL
G (A) 8 8
EXT_R EXT_R 126
IC2402 B (A) 8 8
EXT_G EXT_G 136 (CXA3506R)
EXT_B EXT_B 141 98 XCLK
101 1_2CLK
B-Y_LEV
R-Y_LEV

103 HD A35
K2420
K2422
K2418
K2419
K2421
K2417 CN2903

To DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY


R 143
1
3

104
XCLK

CLP_AMP 113
HD_PLL 111
HOLD_PLL 106

11
9
10
VD_PLD XCLK 1
K2012

G
B

ULK_PLL
PLL_CE
DATA
CLK

D22
1_2CLK 1_2CLK
HD_PLD 3
5V_PIC IC104 K2012
(24LC01B) HD
HD 5

CN3405
K2012
Video Data B
ROM Peak ACL VD VD
P_ACL_SW 7
K2012
5 6
SDA

SCL

K2012
K2029
K2030

K2202

K2201
12V

K2203

K2204
Sync. Sepa for Y/G
IC2002 CN2203
G/Y (M52346SP) A2
K2004

CN3612 E24
To U-COM ASSY
PLL_CE
3
120 HOLD_PLL
CLP_AMP

4
114 ULK_PLL
100 HD_SEP
VD_SEP

103 HD_PLL
–HS

DATA
+VS

5
CLK
6
84

88

98

96

+3.3AD
IC1404 4
12 V_STATE 142
HD_PLD
14
13 K2033 HD_PLD 110 137 VD
VD_PLD 112
VD_PLD VD_FIL 102 Sync. Control
K2032 HD_FIL 107 Sync. Select
SEL_Vout V_STATE PLD C
CN2202
IC2005 A1
(PDY069)

CN2202 E23
To U-COM ASSY
G-Out
106
S2_DET 2
HD_MASK

B-Out K2020 K2021 103


3
VD_MASK

R-Out
VD_FIL 4
128
131
132

HD_FIL SDA 5
HD_u, VD_u

3 4 5V_PLD SCL 6
9 1

Reset K2209
MMV MMV
K2210
11 K2211
HD/VD
4 18 CLK
NOISE GATE 12
K2015 PULSE Gen. 19
IC2004 Gate
CLP Sync. U-COM
(TC74VHC123AFT)
IC2201 4 DA_0_SV
HBLK_MAT/VBLK_MAT/CLP_MAT (PD2060A9) 31
2 22,23 K2213
To DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY

16 K2212
HD3/VD3/HD4/VD4 Input Freq. Det.
CN2001
A3
P_ACL_SW
MAT_SW

CN3402 D17
R-Y_LEV
B-Y_LEV

CLP1
KU_SW
S_DET
FNC_2

FNC_0
FNC_1

8
CLP2 9
HBLK
5V_PIC 10 D
VBLK
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11

D/A
IC2301
(CXA1875AM)

14 15
SDA
SCL

21
5 6 7 8
B
A

D
C

22
3.3V_3D

1
1

IC1101

A
(UPD64082GF-3BA)
IC1105 IC1106
VC_YV 3D_Yin 1 8 88 84 1 8 3D_Y
AYI AYO

YC_C 3D_Cin 4 5 76 4 5 3D_C


CSI
3D Y/C 83
ACO
96
LPF ACI LPF (6.7MHz)
(6.7MHz) Delay

To VIDEO Assy (1/2)


57
3DRST RSTB IC802 IC801 250nS
NTSC 15 2 15
59 60
PAL 11
8V 13 1
IC1103 5V_3D SECAM 12 3

MA (0:8)
TRP2 TRP2

MD (0:15)
5V_3D 4
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

14

SCL
5

SDA

2
2

5V
REG. NTSC 2 FSC
4M DRAM 13
PAL 1 14
12
B

5V_SIG 3
3.3V_3D IS41C16256–35K 4 HBLK_CNR
IC1104
3.3 VIDEO ASSY SECTION (2/2)

SECAM 14
3.3V Chroma Trap CLP_CNR
REG.

SECAM
Y
TRP2
DLSW
VS/BW

IC1004 5V_3L

TRP0
TRP1
Sin_C C
5V
3L_Vin
REG. 5V_3L
To VIDEO Assy (1/2)

IC1001 SCL SCL


(CXD2064Q)
IC1002
IC1003 LPF (6.7MHz) SDA SDA

3L_Y
1 8 1
CLPO 9 1 8

3
3

AYO
2 ADIN
4 5
3Line Y/C 7 4 5
ACO Clamp
37
FIN
LPF
(6.7MHz)
5V_PIC
17 23 25 26
5 4
IC803 3.58 BPF

3D_C
D/A

NTSC_C
PAL_C
12

BPF
SW
14 Low Lum. IC703
CNR (CXA1875AM)

NP

MN
13
SINC 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10
15
1 4.43 BPF
4
VS
NP
MN

BW

3
TRP0
TRP1
TRP2

SECAM_C
DLSW

5
BPFSW

4
4

VS
TRP1
TRP2
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Waveforms of VIDEO ASSY


Synchronous Signal Processing Block Synchronous Signal Processing Block Synchronous Signal Processing Block 2
(When INPUT1 NTSC RAMP signal is input) (When INPUT1 NTSC RAMP signal is input) (INPUT4 PC siganl VESA:
1280x1024@60Hz (SXGA@60Hz)
CH1: VIDEO input CH1: VIDEO input when there is signal input [ separate H, V ]
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div V : 1V/div H : 100msec/div
CH1: K2026 (VD_4),
CH2: K2032 (VD_PLD), IC2005 Pin 112 CH2: K2033 (HD_PLD), IC2005 Pin 110 IC2005 Pin71 (VD input)
V : 5V/div H : 2msec/div V : 5V/div H : 100msec/div V: 5V/div H: 2msec/div

CH3: K2018 (VD_u), IC2005 Pin 34 CH3: K2019 (HD_u), IC2005 Pin 32 CH2: K2020 (VD_FIL), IC2005 Pin 102
V : 5V/div H : 2msec/div V : 5V/div H : 100msec/div V: 5V/div H: 2msec/div

CH4: K2031 (VD_DSEL), IC2005 Pin 137 CH4: K2029 (HD_PLL), IC2005 Pin 118 CH3: K2018 (VD_u), IC2005 Pin 34
V : 3.3V/div H : 2msec/div V : 3.3V/div H : 100msec/div V : 5V/div H : 2msec/div

CH4: K2031 (VD_DSEL), IC2005 Pin 137


V : 3.3V/div H : 2msec/div

Synchronous Signal Processing Block Synchronous Signal Processing Block 2


(When INPUT1 NTSC RAMP signal is input) (INPUT4 PC siganl VESA:
1280x1024@60Hz (SXGA@60Hz)
CH1: K2033 (HD_PLD), IC2005 Pin 110 when there is signal input [ separate H, V ]
V : 5V/div H : 10msec/div
CH1: K2004
CH2: K2029 (HD_PLL), IC2005 Pin 118 (SYNC_SEP: input Green signal),
V : 3.3V/div H : 10msec/div IC2002 Pin4
V : 2V/div H : 100msec/div
CH3: K2432 (DIVOUT), IC2402 Pin 103
V : 5V/div H : 10msec/div CH2: K2029 (HD_PLL), IC2005 Pin 118
V : 3.3V/div H : 100msec/div

CH3: K2031 (VD_DSEL), IC2005 Pin 137


V : 3.3V/div H : 100msec/div

CH4: K2030 (HOLD_PLL), IC2005 Pin 120


V : 3.3V/div H : 100msec/div

23
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Synchronous Signal Processing Block 2


(INPUT4 PC siganl VESA:
1280x1024@60Hz (SXGA@60Hz) YC_VY R output
when there is signal input [ separate H, V ] (INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar) (INPUT3, 4 NTSC Color Bar Y/Cb/Cr)
CN104 Pin1 IC306
CH1: K2025 (HD_4), V : 20mV/div H : 20msec/div V : 10mV/div H : 20msec/div
IC2005 Pin69 (HD input)
V : 5V/div H : 20msec/div

CH2: K2021 (HD_FIL), IC2005 Pin 107


V : 5V/div H : 20msec/div

CH3: K2019 (HD_u), IC2005 Pin 32


V : 5V/div H : 20msec/div

CH4: K2029 (HD_PLL), IC2005 Pin 118


V : 3.3V/div H : 20msec/div

G output Y input
(INPUT3, 4 NTSC Color Bar Y/Cb/Cr) (INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar)
IC306 IC1201
V : 20mV/div H : 20msec/div V : 20mV/div H : 20msec/div

Synchronous Signal Processing Block 2


(INPUT4 PC siganl VESA:
1280x1024@60Hz (SXGA@60Hz)
when there is signal input [ separate H, V ]

CH1: K2021 (HD_FIL), IC2005 Pin 107


V : 5V/div H : 2.5msec/div

CH2: K2029 (HD_PLL), IC2005 Pin 118


V : 3.3V/div H : 2.5msec/div

CH3: K2432 (DIVOUT), IC2402 Pin 103


V : 5V/div H : 2.5msec/div B output C input
(INPUT3, 4 NTSC Color Bar Y/Cb/Cr) (INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar)
IC306 IC1201
V : 10mV/div H : 20msec/div V : 20mV/div H : 20msec/div

24
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

INT_Y input R input


(INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar) (INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar)
IC1401 IC1701
V : 20mV/div H : 20msec/div V : 50mV/div H : 20msec/div

INT_Cb input G input


(INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar) (INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar)
IC1401 IC1701
V : 10mV/div H : 20msec/div V : 50mV/div H : 20msec/div

INT_Cr input B input


(INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar) (INPUT1 NTSC Color Bar)
IC1401 IC1701
V : 10mV/div H : 20msec/div V : 50mV/div H : 20msec/div

25
1 2 3 4
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

3.4 SYNC SIGNAL PROCESSING BLOCK

A SYNC CONTROL PLD


Noise cancel processing
Countermeasure for copy guard IC2005(PDY069)
Limit to U-com processing velocity
(Max: 200kHz)

Noise
IC2004(2/2) HD_MASK Mask
TC74VHC123
Gate
Control signal for switching
mask width (Lo : In PC input) MASK_DSW

Noise cancel processing Noise


IC2004(2/2) VD_MASK Mask
Limit to U-com processing
TC74VHC123
velocity (Max: 200Hz) Gate
K2020
VD_FIL
HD/VD SYNC signal selected by input function
for generating Mask pulse
(except for when selecting HD_PLD, VD_PLD)
HD_FIL
B K2021
Input from IC1201 K2033
(Jungle-IC) HD_PLD
K2032
in Comp/S input VD_PLD
(Positive polarity)
K2023
HD_3
Separate HD/CS, K2025
HD_4
VD SYNC signal K2024
VD_3
input from BNC/D- K2026
sub 15p VD_4
SYNC signal selected based on
SYNC signal output input function & HD/VD signal
separated from Y/G detected (Unify the polarity to
ON SYNC signal negative polarity)

14pin HD_+
15pin HD_–
13pin VD_+ Signal
selector for
SYNC signal
&
6pin HD_SEP Circuit for
8pin VD_SEP switching
polarity
K2004
C
Y/G ON SYNC signal Selected HD/VD signal
in inputting Y color- SYNC_SEPA 4pin used for Separate input
difference or RGB SYNC signal detection
signals
2pin HSTATE
1 pin Decoding
VSTATE
HD/VD signal
18pin HPOL detected
19pin VPOL
20 bit /
Parallel
Information on detecting Separate CONTROL data
input SYNC signal & the polarity LOGIC
SYNC SEPA IC
Selecting input
IC2002
CLP_SW1,2 SYNC signal
(M52346S)
Setting value of
CLP_SEP (Switching HOLD Pulse width
Clamp pulse width

Clamp pulse generated by SYNC


Separate IC (Used in PC input)

17pin CLP_SEPA

D K2012
CLP_AMP
Clamp & Blanking pulse K2015
output to Analog Video CLP_MAT CLAMP/
K2013 BLANKING
block HBLK_MAT
K2014 PULSE
VBLK_MAT CONTROL

26
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

PLL output HD for A/D sampling &


clock SYNC reference
A
K2432
DIVOUT

K2029
HD_PLL
AMP/AD/PLL IC
PLL input HD IC2701
(CXA3106Q)
HOLD controlling signal for comparing
PLL phase comparison.
K2030

HOLD_PLL
HOLD signal 1_2CLK
generation circuit for
PLL control XCLK
PLL unlock information
(Hi: When PLL is not locked)
K2408
ULK_PLL
HD_DSEL

Vertical line number count value (11-bit data)


Data is updated every 1 V sync.

LINE(0:10)
B
Line
Number Signal for detecting abnormal SYNC signal (Hi: in detecting)
Counter
SYNC STATE
Signal Frequency DET
Count value in the period of 1H by 16MHz clock (11-bit data) U-COM
Data is updated at the rate of HD1/8 dividing IC2201
( PD2060A )
H_COUNT(0:10)
*Input signal detection
HD Freq (stability)
Counter Timing signal for capturing horizontal frequency *No signal input detection
count value (HD 1/8 dividing) *Detecting vertical frequency
K2019 *Controlling V_STD
HD_U (detecting frequency value)
K2018
VD_U

Vertical SYNC signal for


input signal detection
K2027 Sending
*Data of vertical frequency
Serial data
Signal for detecting vertical frequency limit REQ_Su *Data of horizontal frequency C
Lo: Vertical frequency value is higher than V_STD HOLD_Su *Data of total numbers of lines
standard value (In PC input : fixed Hi) *Information on inapplicable
frequency

Inverted PLL unlock information (Lo: When PLL is not locked)

U-COM ASSY
HD_DSEL

Serial Control sig 1_2CLK


SER-->PARA
XCLK

PLD_CE
CONV DATA
CLK

K2031
VD_DSEL

VD SYNC signal sent to Digital Assy DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY

CLP1
D
CLP2
HBLK1
VBLK2

Clamp & Blanking signal output from


Digital Assy

27
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

3.5 DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY SECTION


D20 +3.3V
+3.3V
CN3403 (IC#101)
A 8 R (B) Y (8bit)
IC1901
(PE5066A) Pb (8bit) IC1951
To VIDEO ASSY CN2901 A33

WRITE CLK (SYSTEM CLK)


IP PROCESSOR Pr (8bit) (UPD4811650GF-A10)
8 G (B)
16M SGRAM

8 B (B) IP X Speed
I/F +3.3V
Process X dencity
8 R (A) CLK_101
IC1952
(UPD4811650GF-A10)
8 G (A)
Y (16bit) 16M SGRAM
Y (8bit)
8 B (A) Pb (16bit) +3.3V
Pb (8bit)
Pr (16bit) 20
+3.3V Pr (8bit) 62M
+3.3V
8bit × 2 MASK CONT
IC1801 Sharpness 8bit × 2
(PE5067A) Arrange RA_102
RB_102 RAI/RBI
R
R (B)/G (B)/B (B)

OSD MIX
RGB GA_102
≠ ASPECT

ABL
GB_102 GAI/GBI

γ –1
R (A)/G (A)/B (A) YPbPr FIFO
YPbPr RATIO
≠ BA_102 CONV.
TP3414
TP3413

RGB
D22 BB_102 BAI/BBI
SGLB W
B CN3405
3 HD_102
7 IC2151
CN2903 A35

Sync
To VIDEO ASSY

XCLK Sync CONT Process H (PE5062A)


1
1_2CLK CLK_102 CLAMP PULSE VD_102 IC2101 V
3 GEN. FLD
HD HD_IP (PE5061A) VLD
5
VD VD_IP
7 (IC#102) (IC#20)
DE_102 R
FLD_102 CLK 3 G
IC3401, IC3402 5 +5V +5V OSD_H 6 B
TP3411
TP3410

+5V OSD_V BLK


TP2102
TP2103

D17
To VIDEO ASSY CN2001 A3

IC2260
IC2251
CN3402 (PD5538B) 6
(PDY061A)
ULK_PLL IC2001 OSD IC
5 RGB OSD
CLP1 IP U-com. Ser=Para
8 PROCESSOR
CLP2 67
9
HBLK1
10
VBLK1
11
V_STD
12

X2301 +5V +5V +3.3V


TP3409
TP3408
TP3407
TP3406
TP3405

20M
From U-COM ASSY CN3606 E6

C X2001 IC2255
D13 20M
67
(MBM29F200BC-70PFTN-K)
CN3273 IC2301
OSD_DATA1 PANEL U-com. FLASH ROM
4 IC
OSD_CLK1 5
5 (PE
OSD_CE1
6
DRIVE S
RST

OSD_CLR1
7 PATTE
SDATA1 +5V
8
SCLK1 TP2303
9
IC2256
(LC3564BM)
S2301
D14 RST 64k SRAM
CN3271
PN_MUTEY
1
To U-COM ASSY CN3608 E5

PN_MUTEX
2
PBUSY0
4
PERR0
5
IPBUSY0 G (IP ERR)
6 RG
IPERR0 (P ERR)
7
RMT0 R (IP BUSY)
8
RESET_RET D2306
D 9
D_CLK1
10
D_DATA1 R (P BUSY)
11
PN_RST1
12
G (STOP B)
D2302

28
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

VACANT
+3.3V
D6
+3.3V
(IC#22)

W A
To Panel U-com DATA
TEM CLK) IC2602
ARRANGE
(HY58163210TQ-10)

R DATA 16M SGRAM


CONVERT
X3201
62MHz +3.3V
OSC
CONT
IC2603
(HY58163210TQ-10)
IC2601
(PE5063A) 16M SGRAM
V 16bit × 2 SUB FIELD
205 (IC#21) CONVERSION
VLD_A
VLD_B R
FIELD 3
ASK CONT
+3.3V
(IC#22)
RA/RB
W
DATA
Dither

GA/GB IC2702
ABL

LUT
γ –1

ARRANGE
(HY58163210TQ-10)
BA/BB R 16M SGRAM
DATA
CONVERT
B
IC2151
+3.3V
(PE5062A)
SYNC H
CONT CONT
V
IC2703
(HY58163210TQ-10) 40
R IC2701

To ADDRESS MODULE
CLK 3 G (PE5063A) 16M SGRAM
RDAT
TP2154

6 B ADR
TP2155

OSD_H
OSD_V BLK SUB FIELD
CONVERSION BUFFER
G 40 GDAT
C2260 IC2901–IC2910
Y061A) BDAT IC3001–IC3010
+3.3V IC3301–IC3304
OSD (IC#22) 40
IC3308, IC3309
CESSOR
W IC3311, IC3312
DATA
ARRANGE IC2802
(HY58163210TQ-10)

R DATA 16M SGRAM


CONVERT

+3.3V
+3.3V CONT
IC2803
(HY58163210TQ-10) C
50M IC2801
8 (PE5063A) 16M SGRAM
SUB FIELD
CD
CONVERSION
IC2201 B
(PE5064A) 25 ADR/LBLK
8 MN (X Drive Gen. Pulse)
DRIVE SEQUENCE
24 EF/GH/IJ (Y Drive Gen. Pulse)
PATTERN GEN.
25M D4
CN3256 To X DRIVE ASSY
X3202 IC3101 XSUS-B/U/D/G CN3402 F9
50MHz 1/2 XPR, XR
(IC#23) X DRIVE BUFFER
OSC
SGRAM • READ OUT
MASTER CLOCK

Q554 TP553 YSUS-B/U/D/G


+12V TP555 TP556 +5V SI, MSK, CLK, PFS,
To Y DRIVE ASSY

IC551
+5V OVP +5V UVP IC3102–IC3104 OE, YNR, YR
CN3751 H1

REG
R) + Y DRIVE BUFFER
Q551
Q605 TP601 Q553 +3.3V
Q552
06 IC601 D555 D556 D
REG
+ TP603
D605 Q601 +3.3V UVP
Q602 CN3252
Digital P.D. D606 D9
02 Q603

CN551 TP604
+3.3V OVP
D16
29
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Waveforms of X DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY


Blanking waveform for analog use I-P H synchronous waveform H synchronous waveform

CH1: TP3410 (HDIP) CH1: TP3410 (HD_IP) TP2155


V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH2: TP3405 (CLP1) CH2: IC1801 Pin 168 (Hi) –– IC1901 Pin 57

CH3: TP3406 (CLP2) CH3: IC1901 Pin 55 (Hp) –– IC1801 Pin 170

CH4: TP3407 (HBLK1) CH4: IC1801 Pin 98 (HD_102)

V : 5V/div H : 10msec/div V : 5V/div H : 10msec/div

I-P V synchronous waveform I-P clock waveform STOP B waveform

CH1: TP3411 (VD_IP) CH1: IC1801 Pin 3 (CLK_102) TP2205


V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH2: IC1801 Pin 167 (Vi) –– IC1901 Pin 58 CH2: IC1901 Pin 239 (CLK_101)

CH3: IC1901 Pin 56 (Vp) –– IC1801 Pin 169

CH4: IC1801 Pin 97 (VD_102)


V : 1V/div H : 5nsec/div
V : 5V/div H : 2msec/div

I-P V synchronous waveform (enlarged) V synchronous waveform ADR resonant control signal waveform

CH1: TP3411 (VD_IP) CH1: IC3303 Pin11 (ADR_U)


TP2154
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div CH2: IC3303 Pin12 (ADR_B)
CH2: IC1801 Pin 167 (Vi) –– IC1901 Pin 58
CH3: IC3303 Pin13 (ADR_D)
CH3: IC1901 Pin 56 (Vp) –– IC1801 Pin 169
V : 5V/div H : 1msec/div
CH4: IC1801 Pin 97 (VD_102)

V : 5V/div H : 200msec/div

30
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Address resonant output waveform IC1801 HD input waveform IC1901 clock input waveform

IC2910 Pin 13 CN3404 Pin 29 (HD_IP), TP3410 CN3404 Pin 26 (CLK_101), TP3413
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div V : 1V/div H : 10msec/div V : 1V/div H : 20nsec/div

X drive waveform GA input waveform VD input waveform

CH1: IC3101 Pin 12 (XSUS_U) IC1801 Pin 31 (GA_IP (O)) IC2101 Pin 236 (VD_102), TP2102
V : 1V/div H : 0.1msec/div V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div
CH2: IC3101 Pin 15 (XPR_U)

V : 0.5V/div H : 2msec/div

IC1801 VD input waveform GA output waveform HD input waveform

CN3404 Pin 30 (VD_IP), TP3411 IC1801 Pin 121 (GA_102 (O)) IC2101 Pin 235 (HD_102), TP2103
V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div V : 1V/div H : 0.1msec/div V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div

31
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Address control signal

IC3304 Pin 11 (LBLK)


V : 1V/div H : 2msec/div

Address control signal

IC3308 Pin 15 (CLKDUI)


V : 1V/div H : 0.1msec/div

Address control signal

CN3275 Pin 26 (LEDUI)


V : 1V/div H : 0.5msec/div

32
175V
SUS-G
SUS-U
t

K3414
SUS-B

SUS-D

SUS-G
K3412
X-PSUS
PDP Pulse Module

PR-U
SUS-D
1

1
K3409
IC3402
(STK795-450) P-SUS (X)
VSUS

K3413
K3411

SUS-B
SUS-U
(175V)
LOGIC BLOCK VCC
VSUS 1 175V
IC3403 16 SUS-B
(TC74AC11F) SUSOUT 40 0V
R3435 29 To
1 IC3404 5 20 SUS-U
XSUS-B 11 26 PANEL
3 3 6
XSUS-V 9 VDD
5 4
XSUS-D 7 21
7 18 SUS-D
XSUS-G 5 11 VSUS/2 24
XPR-U 3 10 8 14 SUS-G
R3424 SUSGND 32 SUS
IC3404 GND
F7 9
3.6 X DRIVE ASSY SECTION

SUS

2
2

GND

From DIGITAL VIDEO Assy D4


IC3408
(TC74AC08F)
2
3
1
PDP Pulse Module
VSUS IC3405

E17
(175V) 5 (STK795-450)
6 VSUS
(175V)
4 VCC
VSUS 1 VSUS 1 175V
16 SUS-B 0V
(175V) 2 SUSOUT 40
SUS 3 29
20 SUS-U
GND 4 26
Q3401–Q3403 +12V VDD

3
3

F5 18 SUS-D 21
SUS 1 IC3403 VSUS/2

From U-COM Assy


24
GND 2 12
14 SUS-G
13 SUSGND 32 SUS
GND
+5V SUS

E16
GND

+5V 1 VSUS
+12V 3
R3438 RP-U
6 VSUS
7
Q3406 SUS
D3402

XPD 5 +5V R3406 C3404


K3410 PD GND
P.D. (X.C.P) Q3405 DET. t
R3410
4

4
F6

From U-COM Assy


Q3404 R3411 D3403
D3408 +RESET BLOCK
12V
O. C DET.

33
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

D
C
B
A
1 2 3 4
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

3.7 Y DRIVE ASSY SECTION


IC5V
IC3607
HBLK1

SCAN (A) ASSY

SCAN (B) ASSY


TP3600 5
A

(LOWER)
(UPPER)
IC3602
SI
TP3604 5

SCAN BLOCK
VH
IC3611 H2 H3
CLK
TP3602
5
IC5V
PSUS
IC3600
R3602 (TC74VHC541FT)
IC3610
4 16
5 15 5
6 14
7 13
8 12 IC3604
9 11 5
LE SI DATA
R3603 TP3605
CLR
TP3602 IC3609
CN3605
HBLK2 5
B H1 TP3606

HBLK1 44
IC3605

SUS-G
SUS-U

K3604
K3611
SI 42
CLK 40 5
From DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY D8

LE 38

SUS-D
SUS-B
K3612

K3603
CLR 36 IC3606
HBLK2 34 R3614 (TC74VHC541FT) IC3613 IC3601
2 18 (PDT043A) (TC74ACT541FT)
LBLK 32 R3636
3 17 SUS-B 13
YSUS-B 30 2 14
4 16 SUS-U 14
YSUS-U 28 3 15
PLD & MUTE

R3619 5 15 SUS-D 15
YSUS-D 26 4 16
6 14 IC3612 SUS-G 16
YSUS-G 24 5 17
7 13 YCP-MSK 17
YNR-D 22 7 18
8 12 YSUS-MSK 12
YNR-U 20 8 13
9 11 OFS 11
YSUS-MSK 18 9 12
IC3612 YNR-D 18
YCP-MSK 16 6 19
2 18 11
OFS 14 R3645
MUTEY 6 3 17 MUTE
R3654
7 13
R3655
IC3614
(TC74VHC541FT)

C
From U-COM ASSY E8

CN3701
TP855 TP856
H5
D890 VFZ+
+5V 1
+ IC3804 R3822 Q3802
+12V 3 VFZ– R3823
DRV PD 7 + 5V
REG.
DC PD 8 IC5V IC3803
–8V IC5V, VF 7
+14V 5 R3824
14V DC–DC CONV. + R3820 5 R3825
–8V 6 TP851 5
IC850, IC851 OFS
VSUS T850 K3756
175V D852 VH IC3801 Q3804
K854
From U-COM ASSY E7

IC5V OVP VSUS D753


VSUS 1 VH DC–DC TP751 OFS BLOCK
CONV. +
SUS GND 4 D759
SUS IC750, IC751
GND K754 T750 TP753
Q752
VSUS 10 VH OVP PSUS
+10V D763
VOFS
H4 Q755 K705
K751 VSUS R3826
CN3700 D709 VH UVP VOFS VOFS
DC–DC CONV.
K706 IC701, IC702 D700 +
D710 VOFS OVP Q701 K701
T700
D TP800
K705 SUS GND SUS
VOFS UVP D802 GND
K804 + SUS
D809 VRN OVP GND VRN

Q802
K801 TP803
VRN UVP DC–DC CONVERT BLOCK VRN
D813 Q805 (–200V)

34
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

A
SUSTAIN BLOCK PDP Pulse Module
IC3702
(STK795-450) VSUS
(175V) K3703
VDD1
SUS-OUT

R3636
VSUS 9
4 SUS-B 175V
SUSOUT 7 0V
5 SUS-U
11

D3601
VDD2

14 SUS-D 18
VSUS/2 16
21 SUS-G
SUSGND 23 SUS
GND
+5V For VSS2
SUS
Logic Block GND

D3606
R3635
PDP Pulse Module
IC3609
(STK795-450) VSUS
(175V)
VDD1 B
VSUS 9
4 SUS-B 175V
+12V SUSOUT 7 0V
O. C DET.
5 SUS-U
11
VDD2
R3615

14 SUS-D 18
Q3601 PD VSUS/2 16
DET.
21 SUS-G
K3607 SUSGND 23 SUS
GND
R3618 VSS2
SUS
K3770 GND
YCP-MSK R3614 Q3604
Q3605
K3606
R3634 VCP

VCP BLOCK
VCP

K3701
PSUS

IC3702
D3701 I + 5V O
REG. C
R3730
G
IC3701
7
5 R3705
R3706

Q3706
R3822 Q3802
R3823
K3758
YSUS-MSK
YSUS-MSK R3701 IC3703 R3708
R3824
Q3704

R3709
R3825 7 R3703
Q3703
5 R3724
IC3704
Q3804 R3707
D3709

SUS 5 R3729
IC3708 R3731 Q3707 Q3705
GND
2 7 R3735
4 5 R3718
R3722
R3732 R3728 R3723 R3719
5
R3736
Q3710

7 Q3709
R3710 Q3711
Q3708
R3826 D3705 D3704 IC3706
Q3712
D3708

R3724
R3725
5 R3720
7 R3721 D
–RESET BLOCK IC3707

R3717 D3703 IC3705

PSUS To SCAN MODULE


Copper Plate SUSTAIN MASK BLOCK

35
5 6 7 8
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

Waveforms of X DRIVE Assy, Y DRIVE Assy and SCAN MODULE


Sustained waveform Sustained waveform (1st sub-field) Sustained waveform
(portion where sustaining was ended; enlarged)
CH1: P.SUS TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND) CH1: X drive waveform
V: 50V/div., H: 500nsec/div. K3402 (P. SUS) – K3404 (SUS. GND) CH1: X drive waveform
CH2: YSUS-B TP3703 (YSUS-B) – TP3609 (D.GND) V: 50V/div., H: 200µsec/div. K3402 (P. SUS) – K3404 (SUS. GND)
V: 10V/div., H: 500nsec/div. CH2: Y drive waveform V: 50V/div., H: 5µsec/div.
CH3: YSUS-U TP3704 (YSUS_U) – TP3609 (D.GND) TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND) CH2: Y drive waveform
V: 10V/div., H: 500nsec/div. V: 50V/div., H: 200µsec/div. TP3716 (P. SUS) – TP3713 (SUS. GND)
CH4: YSUS-D TP3705 (YSUS_D) – TP3609 (D.GND) V: 50V/div., H: 5µsec/div.
V: 10V/div., H: 500nsec/div.
Reset Pulse Sustained
CH5: YSUS-G TP3706 (YSUS-G) – TP3609 (D.GND) Portion Portion
V: 10V/div., H: 500nsec/div. CH1
–GND

CH1 –GND

CH2
–GND

CH1 –GND
CH2 –GND
CH2 –GND
CH3 –GND
CH4
–GND Control waveforms for additional pulses (1 field)
CH5 –GND CH1: Y drive waveform
TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
Sustained waveform V: 100V/div., H: 2msec/div.
(reset pulse portion; enlarged) CH2: CP_MSK
Sustained waveform (1 field) IC3601 Pin17 (CP_MSK) – TP3609 (D.GND)
CH1: X drive waveform V: 10V/div., H: 2msec/div.
CH1: X drive waveform K3402 (P. SUS) – K3404 (SUS. GND) CH3: SUS_MSK
K3402 (P. SUS) – K3404 (SUS. GND) V: 50V/div., H: 20µsec/div. IC3601 Pin12 (YSUS_MSK) – TP3609 (D.GND)
CH2: Y drive waveform V: 10V/div., H: 2msec/div.
V: 50V/div., H: 2msec/div.
TP3716 (P. SUS) – TP3713 (SUS. GND) CH4: OFS TP3707 (OFS) – TP3609 (D.GND)
CH2: Y drive waveform
V: 50V/div., H: 20µsec/div. V: 10V/div., H: 2msec/div.
TP3716 (P. SUS) – TP3713 (SUS. GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 2msec/div.

CH1 –GND
CH1 –GND

CH1 –GND
CH2
–GND
CH2 –GND CH3
–GND
CH4
–GND
CH2 –GND

Control waveforms for additional pulses


(1 sub-field; enlarged)
Sustained waveform CH1: Y drive waveform
Sustained waveform (1 field; enlarged) (portion where sustaining was started; enlarged) TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 200µsec/div.
CH1: X drive waveform CH1: X drive waveform CH2: CP_MSK
K3402 (P. SUS) – K3404 (SUS. GND) K3402 (P. SUS) – K3404 (SUS. GND) IC3601 Pin17 (CP_MSK) – TP3609 (D.GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 2µsec/div. V : 50V/div., H : 5µsec/div. V: 10V/div., H: 200µsec/div.
CH2: Y drive waveform CH2: Y drive waveform CH3: SUS_MSK
TP3716 (P. SUS) – TP3713 (SUS. GND) TP3716 (P. SUS) – TP3713 (SUS. GND) IC3601 Pin12 (YSUS_MSK) – TP3609 (D.GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 2µsec/div V : 50V/div., H : 5µsec/div. V: 10V/div., H: 200µsec/div.
CH4: OFS TP3707 (OFS) – TP3609 (D.GND)
V: 10V/div., H: 200µsec/div.

CH1

CH1 –GND –GND –GND


CH1

CH2 CH2 –GND


CH2 –GND –GND
CH3 –GND
CH4
–GND

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SCAN IC control waveform (1 sub-field) Y-drive sustained waveforms Sustained waveforms


(for 1 field) (selected pulse portions of waveforms; 1 sub-field)
CH1: Y drive waveform
TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 200µsec/div. CH1: SCAN output waveform CH1: Y drive waveform
SCAN IC output – TP3713 (SUS.GND) TP3844 – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
CH2: SI TP3604 (SI) – TP3609 (D.GND) V: 50V/div., H: 2msec/div. CH2: Y drive waveform
CH3: CLK TP3601 (CLK) – TP3609 (D.GND) CH2: Y drive waveform TP3837 – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND) CH3: X drive waveform
CH4: LBLK TP3603 (LBLK) – TP3609 (D.GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 2msec/div. K3402 (P.SUS) – K3404 (SUS.GND)
V: 10V/div., H: 200µsec/div.
V: 50V/div., H: 200µsec/div.

CH1 –GND CH1 –GND

–GND
CH1

CH2 –GND

CH2 –GND
CH2 –GND
CH3 –GND
CH3 –GND
CH4 –GND

SCAN IC control waveforms (enlarged) Sustained waveforms Sustained waveforms


(selected pulse portions of waveforms; enlarged) (selected pulse portions of waveforms; 1 sub-field)
CH1: Y drive waveform
TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND) (enlarged)
V: 50V/div., H: 5µsec/div. CH1: SCAN output waveform CH1: Y drive waveform
SCAN output – TP3713 (SUS. GND) TP3844 – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
CH2: SI TP3604 (SI) – TP3609 (D.GND) V: 50V/div., H: 10µsec/div. CH2: Y drive waveform
CH3: CLK TP3601 (CLK) – TP3609 (D.GND) CH2: Y drive waveform TP3837 – TP3713 (SUS.GND)
TP3716 (P.SUS) – TP3713 (SUS.GND) CH3: X drive waveform
CH4: LBLK TP3603 (LBLK) – TP3609 (D.GND)
V: 50V/div., H: 10µsec/div. K3402 (P.SUS) – K3404 (SUS.GND)
V: 10V/div., H: 5µsec/div.
V: 50V/div., H: 20µsec/div.

CH1 –GND CH1 –GND


–GND
CH1

CH2 –GND

CH2 –GND –GND


CH2
CH3 –GND
CH3 –GND
CH4
–GND

Waveforms of CABLE Assy


Address resonant output waveform Address resonant control signal waveform
(TP 1001) and midpoint voltage (C1001) (VIDEO input, black display; resonant pulse rate)
(VIDEO input, black display)
CH1: ADR-U (IC1007 Pin 2) V : 2V/div H : 500nsec/div
1 Field rate V: 2V/div H: 2msec/div CH2: ADR-B (IC1007 Pin 4) V : 2V/div H : 500nsec/div
2 Resonant pulse rate CH3: ADR-D (IC1010 Pin 1) V : 2V/div H : 500nsec/div
V: 2V/div H: 500nsec/div CH4: ADR-G (IC1009 Pin 1) V : 2V/div H : 500nsec/div

CH1 –GND
1

–GND CH2
–GND

2 CH3 –GND

CH4
–GND –GND

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3.8 UCOM ASSY SECTION


SCL M.R. (C.B.)
2 80 PM_ST
E2PROM SDA CONNECTION
A 24LC01B 3
DETECT CIRCUIT
∗GRN

U-COM ASSY
37
38 ∗RED
Jungle IC 39 ∗YLW LED
TB1227BN DRIVE/CONTROL
CIRCUIT

MATRIX IC 23 KEY (MONITOR) ∗KEY KEY SCAN uCOM.


CXA2101
MR_KEY (SYSTEM) PD5136
VIDEO ASSY

MR_KEY
MEDIA
CCD/TELTEXT RECEIVER
TPU3050 REM_MP
REM_PM

(SYSTEM) REMOTE CONTROL IR


Hi
68 REMSW RECEIVER RECEIVE
EXPANDER CIRCUIT ASSY
SYSTEM REM
CXA1875AM 22 REM Lo
(MONITOR)
CONTROL REMOTE CONTROL
u-COM. REM CONTROL
SIGNAL
CONTROL CIRCUIT ASSY
3D Y/C SEPA.
LSI
IC3604
uPD64081B (M38869FFAHP)

RS-232C
DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY

B CONTROLLER
OSD IC ∗OSD_CLR 63 67 ∗CB_MUTE TC74HC00AF

U-COM ASSY
M35070 (35071)
20 TXD

OSD IC ∗OSD_CE 53
PD0264AM-TFB OSD_H 64 RXD/CB OUT
(PDP-505HD Only) 21 RXD RXD RS-232C
32 RTS DRIVER/RECEIVER
54 14 CTS MC145407F

∗PLD_CE UCOM ASSY

AUDIO AMP ASSY


PLD
VIDEO ASSY

PE9006B 56 10 VOL SMOOTHING 0–5V DC AUDIO PRE-AMP


CIRCUIT IC
∗PLL_CE 52 59 ∗A_MUTE1
60 ∗A_MUTE2
PLL 62 A_MUTE3
SC_DT AUDIO
CXA3106A 31
(ULK_PLL) CIRCUIT

7 DATA2
FULL AUTO
SERIAL ∗PN_CE 51 ZOOM IC
CLK/DATA 8 CLK2 HG62G010R29FB
U-COM CLK2 7 58 ∗ZOOM_CE

VIDEO ASSY
ASSY CONTROLLER DATA2 8
C TC74VHC02FT-TBB
D_CLK
D_DATA 44 V_MUTE RGB AMP IC
PN BUSY 5 M52337SP
PN ERR 34
PANEL u-COM RMT 33
DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY

HD64F3067 1 S2_DET S2 DETECT


CIRCUIT

IP u-COM IP BUSY 41 Y SIGNAL


4 Y_DETI U-COM
HD64F3067 IP ERR 42 DETECT
CIRCUIT ASSY

RESET IC RESET_RET RST_RET 11


PST9146N 47 ∗PN_MUTEX X DRIVE X DRIVE
PLD ASSY
RST_SU 16
RESET IC RESET_SU 48 ∗PN_MUTEY Y DRIVE Y DRIVE
VIDEO ASSY

PST9146N PLD ASSY


VPOL_U 43 74 S_D
∗SU_CE 57 75 TEMP2
76 TEMP
SYNC u-COM
I_DET 40 FAN CONTROL UCOM
HD64F3067 DTO_SU 9 FAN_MAX
61 BLOCK ASSY
REQ_SU 15
PLK_ID 69

D ∗POWER POWER 26 ∗PN_RST RESET DIGITAL


POWER SUPPLY 35 MATRIX IC
ASSY
VIDEO
TC7W08FU ASSY
45 (E) SCL
17 EP_RST
STB 5V 64k E2PROM U-COM
U-COM RESET IC ∗RST 46 (E) SDA 24LC64 ASSY
25
ASSY PST9146N

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Waveforms of U-COM ASSY

1 IC3602-pin4 5 IC3604-pin7 (CLK2) 11 IC3604-pin28


(Clock input: X3602) V :2V/div H : 50msec/div (Clock input: X3601)
V : 1V/div H : 1msec/div IC3604-pin7 (CLK2)(enlarged) V :2V/div H : 50nsec/div
V :2V/div H : 20msec/div

6 IC3604-pin8 (DATA2)
V :2V/div H : 50msec/div
IC3604-pin8 (CLK2)(enlarged)
V :2V/div H : 20msec/div

5 –GND
1 -
6 –GND

enlarged
5 –GND

6 –GND
10MHz

2 IC3602-pin19 8 IC3604-pin45 ((E)SCL) 13 IC3612-pin10 (D_CLK)


(Key code output) V :2V/div H : 200msec/div V :2V/div H : 100msec/div
V :2V/div H : 100msec/div IC3604-pin45 ((E)SCL)(enlarged) IC3612-pin10 (D_CLK)(enlarged)
IC3602-pin19 (enlarged) V :2V/div H : 50msec/div V :2V/div H : 20msec/div
(Key code output)
V :2V/div H : 10msec/div 9 IC3604-pin46 ((E)SDA) 13 IC3612-pin13 (D_DATA)
V :2V/div H : 200msec/div V :2V/div H : 100msec/div
IC3604-pin46 ((E)SDA)(enlarged) IC3612-pin13 (D_DATA)(enlarged)
V :2V/div H : 50msec/div V :2V/div H : 20msec/div

8 –GND = –GND
2 –GND
9 –GND ~ –GND

8 =
enlarged

–GND –GND
enlarged
enlarged

–GND
9 –GND ~ –GND

3 IC3604-pin2 (SCL) 10 IC3604-pin23 (KEY)


V :5V/div H : 50msec/div V :2V/div H : 100msec/div
IC3604-pin23 (KEY)(enlarged)
4 IC3604-pin3 (SDA) V :2V/div H : 10msec/div
V :5V/div H : 50msec/div

3 -
–GND
enlarged

4
–GND

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Pin Function
Pin Name Function Operation of Terminals (during power on) I/O PDP- PDP- PDP-
No. 502MX 502MXE 505HD
1 S2_DET S2 Signal detection 0–1.3V: Normal, 1.4–2.4V: Letter Box, 2.5–5V: Squeeze I ––
OPTION Option Video Box detection High: non existence, Low: existence of Video Box I –– ––
2 SCL I2C-BUS Clock 0–5V clock signal: always communicating when power on O
3 SDA I2C-BUS Data 0–5V clock signal: always communicating when power on I/O
4 V_DETI Result of Y signal detection High: Y Signal detected, Low: Y Signal not detected I
5 PN_BUSY BUSY signal from Panel U-Com High: In exchanging input functions, Low: Normal I
6 ––––– No allocation(not used)
7 CLK2 Clock output for Serial 3 lines 0–5V clock signal: always communicating when power on O
8 DATA2 Data output for Serial 3 lines 0–5V serial signal: always communicating when power on O
(both-way communication with Full Auto Zoom IC )
9 DTO_SU Serial data input from SYNC u-com High: Normal, 0–5V serial signal: During communication I
10 VOL Audio volume output PWM output O ––
11 RST RET Reset Signal from Digital Video Assy High: Normal, Low: In Reset I
(Panel u-com and IP u-com)
12 ––––– No allocation (not used)
13 ––––– No allocation (not used)
14 CTS Not used
15 REQ_SU Request to read detected frequency from High: Normal, Low: In requesting I
SYNC u-com
16 RST_SU Reset Signal from SYNC u-com High: Normal, Low: In resetting I
17 EP_RST Reset output to E2PROM High: In resetting, Low: Normal O
18 BUSY2 Not used
19 SCL2 Not used
20 TXD RS-232C sending data 0–5V serial signal O
21 RXD RS-232C receiving data 0–5V serial signal I
22 REM Remote Control unit signal input High: Normal, 0–5V serial signal: In input from Remote I
Control unit
23 KEY Key Matrix, Key of the unit input High: Normal, 0–5V serial signal: In Key input I
24 CNVSS Controlling operation mode of u-com of Low: Normal I
the unit
25 *RST Reset input High: Normal, Low: In Reset I
26 POWER Power on/off High: When power on, Low: In Stand-by O
27 ––––– No allocation (not used)
28 X_IN Clock input 10 MHz sine wave I
29 X_OUT Clock output 10 MHz sine wave O
30 VSS Power supply terminal STB GND I
31 SC_DT Detecting SYNC Signal output from Analog High: existence of Sync signal, Low: non existence I
(ULK_PLL) Assy to Digital Assy
32 RTS Not used
33 RMT Signal of request to quit sending Low: Normal I
commands from Panel u-com
34 PN_ERR Communication error signal from Panel u-com Low: Normal I
35 *PN_RST Reset signal output to Panel u-com & IP u-com High: Normal, Low: In Reset O
36 ––––– No allocation (not used)
37 *GRN Green LED lighting Low: In lighting Green LED O
38 *RED Red LED lighting Low: In lighting Red LED O

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Pin Name Function Operation of Terminals (during power on) I/O PDP- PDP- PDP-
No. 502MX 502MXE 505HD
39 *YLW Yellow LED lighting Low: In lighting Yellow LED O
40 I_DET Not used
41 IP_BUSY BUSY signal from IP u-com High: At the timing of VD SYNC I
42 IP_ERR Communication error signal from IP u-com Low: Normal I
43 VPOL_U Not used
44 V_MUTE Analog video mute output High: When muting, Low: Normal O
45 (E) SCL I2C-BUS Clock for E2PROM High: Normal, 0–5V clock signal: During communication I/O
46 (E) SDA I2C-BUS Data for E2PROM High: Normal, 0–5V serial signal: During communication I/O
47 *PN_MUTEX X Drive Panel mute output High: Normal, Low: When muting O
48 *PN_MUTEY Y Drive Panel mute output Fixed "High" O
49 *V_STDO Not used
50 STDSW Not used
51 *PN_CE Chip Enable for Panel u-com & IP u-com High: Normal, Low: During communication O
52 *PLL_CE Chip Enable for PLL IC High: Normal, Low: During communication O
(Approx.80ms interval)
53 *OSD_CE Chip Enable for OSD IC High: Normal, Low: During communication O –– ––
54 HPOL_U Not used
55 PGM_OE Not used
56 *PLD_CE Chip Enable for PLD (Analog Video Assy) High: Normal, Low: During communication O
(Approx.80ms interval)
57 *SU_CE Chip Enable for SYNC u-com High: Normal, Low: During communication O
58 *ZOOM_CE Chip Enable for Full Auto Zoom IC High: Normal, Low: During communication O –– ––
59 *A_MUTE1 Audio Mute 1 High: Normal, Low: When muting O ––
60 *A_MUTE2 Audio Mute 2 Muting audio out High: Normal, Low: When muting O ––
61 FAN_MAX Command to rotate Fan with max. speed High: In setting Fan max. speed, Low: Normal O
62 A_MUTE3 Audio Mute 3 Mute in suspending High: When muting, Low: Normal O ––
63 *OSD_CLR Reset signal output to OSD IC High: Normal, Low: In resetting O ––
64 OSD_H OSD Timing Pulse for SYNC processing Pulse input I –– ––
65 ––––– No allocation (Not used)
66 DRV_OFF Not used
67 *CB_MUTE Combination Mute High: When ID is set, Low: Normal O ––
68 REMSW Not used
69 PLK_ID Not used
70 ––––– No allocation (not used)
71 VCC Power source input STB +5V I
72 VREF Reference voltage input of AD/DA Converters STB +5V I
73 AVSS Analog power input of AD/DA Converters STBGND I
74 S_D Shut down detection for high temperature High: In high temperature, Low: Normal I
75 TEMP2 Not used
76 TEMP Temperature detection for On screen bar display 0–5V DC value I
77 ––––– No allocation (Not used)
78 ––––– No allocation (Not used)
79 ––––– No allocation (Not used)
80 PM_ST Not used

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3.9 MAIN POWER ASSY SECTION


D131 In rush R
POWER FACTOR CONTROL TP131
R133
1 1 R134 +B (380V)
AEK1071 L133 2 R168
RY101 D132
FU101
A

R139
1
3
2
4 Q201
SW Tr
(2SK2847)

R165
R140
+B Adj
R166

C202
+
VR131
D190

8 4 5
1
RCC CONT 3
3 7
IC131

R232
Power 6 Q131 Q136 VADR VSUS 2
Q132 Factor SEQUENCE
R154

Q134 Correction
5 Comp
D189 R253

R184
R167
R155

D150
Q186
D138

R131
1
D151

R132 +B
Error
+B OVP AMP
Q301
+B D186 SW Tr
B (2SK2847)
R189 D191 R312
P.ON:Lo
Q185 4 5
DRV RCC CONT
ON/OFF 3
R190

R316
T111 TP112 Lo V VADR
D116 SEQUENCE 7 2
ATK1133

R347
D461

D185

R185
Comp
3
D112

D111 AC OFF DET Q183 D188 1


D401 Error
2
AMP
D113

4 1 3
D402

Q401 D183

STBY
+ Trig (-V)
TRANS
Q402 +B

DRV Q351
IC111 5 Q352
2 &
SW IC112 2
3 3 UVP SW Tr
IC Q437 MUTE (2SK2847)
Mute
4 4 R363
STBY ON /OFF
C POWER SW103
1 4 5
Q439 RCC CONT
IC181

R364
RY131 R156
7
D115

14V
R385

Comp
TP111
STB+5V IC401
R406 D463 R426 PFC STOP Error
D117

SW111
AC100V (PDP-502MX) DET AMP
IC113 R113
AC200V (PDP-502MXE)
1
14V
D457

STB +12V

Q111
R121

POWER Down Detection Block


P.ON:Lo

STB +12V
VR111
R410 Q425

D118 +5V Adj


POWER

D433 D441 D439 D437 D407 UVP


P.OFF:Hi

Audio X DRV Y DCDC Y DRV Main PWR


R123

MUTE
R122

STB+5V

Digital PD PD PD PD PD Q406 at P.ON


D405
D447

D446

D445

D406

Q407

D459 D458 PFC STOP PD


D408
Q408
D AC200V UVP PD
D413
P1 1 3 PD
+
R415

D412

D414

To U-COM
ASSY
1 4 2 3
OVP

POWER

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PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

VSUS Discharging R TP201


R228 R227 R226 R262 R263 R264 D213 D212 VSUS
T202 (170V) P5
ATK1128 170V
1 A
+ D202
Q202 VSUS+10V 2
Q201 4

R463

To UCOM ASSY
SW Tr
(2SK2847) 6

R206

R436
Q415

R461
VSUS TRANS IC403
SUS
T201 GND
IC405

R462

R437
ATK1128

D422
1 3 5 6
7 7
4 5
One Shot
VR201 5 ADR
3 IC204 GND

R268
VSUS Q416
OTL CONT Adj VADR 8
2 OVP
10V (A) ASSY
VSUS TP301
UVP D205 VADR
(60V)

R210
IC202

VSUS
3 SUS UP
VSUS TRANS GND UVP MUTE
Q212
1 3 IC201 2 R208

D421
1 Q213
D206 14V
Error 4 1
2 UP
AMP Mute
P6
T301 60V +
Q302 DisCharge
ATK1129 12 B

To ANALOG VIDEO ASSY


Q207, Q206
Q417

R440
Q205, TP351 A.GND
D302
D427 -8V 11
VADR -8V
4 5 TP352
R315 UVP +8V 7
3 8V

R441
R306
R348

D428
1 3 5 6
2 5
One Shot TP355
VR301 +14V
mp IC304 Q304 Q416 VADR 2
1 VADR 14V
VADR TRANS OTL CONT OVP
ADR Adj 1
r GND (B) ASSY
2 3 IC301 2 IC404

To UCOM ASSY
6
D449

3 4 1
D305
Vadr up D.GND 12V
IC302 1
Trig (-V)
12V
11
T351 12V Q354 + 14V
R447

Q351 ATK1130 D451 D432 P4


R451
D453

D.GND 12V Q421 Q419

R444
R490 R491

SW Tr
(2SK2847) UVP Q435
3
D373 TP353
C
4 5 -8V
R493

1 3 5 Q422
D431

CC CONT +12V
3 8V R358 -8V UVP
One Shot
R364

Q420 D434
D429

IC354
7 2 14V
14V R443
OTL CONT
D352

14V OVP
R445
R385

(C) ASSY UVP


Comp IC351 2
3 8V UVP
1 -8V
4
D356

Error 8V
2
AMP 1 14V
1 3 IC352
R358
Trig
(-V)

R356

D355 IC402 14V


14V up
14V UVP -8V
R360 R357
VR356 OVP
STB +12V 14V Adj
1

UVP 2
10
MUTE
at P.ON 3
R424

9
To UCOM ASSY
Q407

UVP 7
Q408 14V
D413 5 D
4
+ 3
D414

2
D.GND 1
12V
P3

43
5 6 7 8
B
A

D
C

44
E2

1
1

R3971
From Power
+14V 7
Supply assy
P1 IC3951
PQ20VZIU
1 +10V 3
REG K3951
FAN DRV
10V REG
SENS A E27
10VREG IC3952 FAN

+14V_FAN1
1 K3952 PQ20VZIU AXM1036
1 SENS A 1
VIN
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

IC3954 Vo

2
2

2 IC3953 4 REG
TEMP SENS 3
3 +
D3952 Vad 3
1
R4151 –
2 – FAN
IC4101
3.10 FAN CONTROL SECTION

+ AXM1036
LM50CIM3-TLB

D3951
SENSOR (A) ASSY
AWZ6501 IC3956 FAN

Q3951
Q3952
PQ20VZIU AXM1036
1
VIN
4 Vad REG Vo

Q3954

Q3953
3
FAN
Q3966 D3959 0.7V DC GENE AXM1036

3
3

4.5V DC ENV. IC3954 FAN

Q3962
IC3954 VOL GENE TEMP Pin1 Out DRV TP

IC3604 7 + 5 FAN MIN MIN 6.04V


SYSTEM – 6 30.0 4.45V 6.08V
CONT U-COM 43.0 5.22V 13.28V
6.5VDC 45.0 5.55V 16.58V
76
TEMP SENS 50 (S.D) 6.46V STOP

D3953
Q3957
Q3959
Q3958

S.D DET
ShutDown FAN SPEED
61
FAN MAX 45degC
Q3960 (MAX)
K3954

4
4

SD MIN 30degC
U-COM ASSY
AWZ6499 (PDP-502MX) FAN MAX CONT
AWZ6520 (PDP-502MXE) S.D = Caution display for 30 sec.
PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

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6. ADJUSTMENT
SERVICE FACTORY MODE
Perform the operations of Service factory mode using the remote control unit provided with thePDP-501HD
(CU-PD001: AXD1432) or the remote control unit provided with the PDP-502HD (CU-PDP009: AXD1673).

Entering Service Factory Mode


POWER
Normal Operation Mode
(Standby)
MENU "Menu" key
‘ within
∗"Power" key 3 seconds
"Menu" key
SET ‘
MUTE "Set" key within
"Menu" key ‘ 3 seconds Integrator Mode
SOUND ∗"Power" key (refer to Technical Manual)
VOLUME

∗CU-PDP009 has two "Power" keys. In Service factory Mode, use


the "Power" key located on the upper left of the remote control unit.

Service Factory Mode


Displaying version of the system micro computer.
Displaying type and format of detected input signal.
SERVICE mode Displaying the frequency/the number of lines of
input signal.
"MUTE" key
Mode for checking operations of each device at
CU-PDP001 RANGE CHECK mode video section, by changing its adjustment value to
(AXD1432) maximum and to minimum.
"MUTE" This mode is not used for repair service.
"MUTE" key
key
"1" and "2" keys:
POWER PICUTRE mode Mode for adjusting video section (Independent for
REFERENCE 1…… "1" key each signal type and format)
REFERENCE 2…… "2" key
VIDEO BOX ……… "3" key "3" key:
Mode for adjusting video box (PDA-5001)
(PDP-502MXE only)
"MUTE" key

Mode for each setting


INITIALIZE mode Drive section adjustment
SUB VIDEO………… Pulse/ABL adjustment
"1" key + "SET" key Sub video section adjustment
SOUND
DRIVE ADJ………… (Common value to all input signal)
MUTE VOLUME "9" key + "SET" key

MENU

SET In each adjustment mode, adjusted values can be changed with +/– of "SOUND VOLUME"
key on the remote control unit.
After adjustment, adjusted values can be fixed by pressing "SET" key.

Note)
When an input signal mode is changed, the adjustment mode is set to Normal operation mode
automatically.
SETTING (PC/VIDEO) and SIGNAL (RGB/COMPONENT) can not be changed in the
service factory mode.
CU-PDP009 When entering Service factory mode, all items of PICTURE adjustment in Normal menu/
(AXD1673) Integrator mode and all items of SCREEN menu (such as position adj.), except for CLK
Phase, are reset to their initial value.

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PDP-502MX, PDP-502MXE

SERVICE MODE
Version of the system micro computer
P D 5 5 3 1 – 0 1 (502MX)
P D 5 5 4 9 ! 0 4 (502MXE) Signal mode discrimination of current input signal

PD5531–01 MODE 06–A/N N: NTSC


P: PAL
S: SECAM
4: 4.43 NTSC None: RGB
FH : 1 5 . 7K H Z
/: Video/S Video
Input format +: Component
FV : 60 . 0 HZ
L I NE : 4 8 0 L I N E ! : SCART RGB (502MXE only)

Screen size (refer to List of Signal Modes)


Current input signal’s Horizontal frequency Input signal mode (refer to List of Signal Modes)
Vertical frequency
The number of total lines

List of Signal Modes


Vertical Holizontal Signal Mode
Input Signal Panel Display
Frequency Frequency OSD Remarks
Fh (Hz) Dot ∗ Line PC VIDEO Dot ∗ Line
Fv (Hz)
50.0 15.625K PAL –– 01-6 984 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL 01-6 – 01-A : RGB
SECAM –– 01-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL 01-6+ – 01-A+: Y color-difference
PAL-N (502MX only) –– 01-8 ± ZOOM 06-6/ – 06-A/: Video/S Video
NTSC-50 –– 01-9 ± CINEMA WIDE 01-6! – 01-A!: SCART RGB
SCART RGB (50Hz) (502MXE only) –– 01-A ± NATURAL WIDE (502MXE only)
31.3K Double-speed PAL –– 02-6 984 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL 02-6 – 02-A: RGB
–– 02-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL 02-6+ – 02-A+: Y color-difference
–– 02-8 ± ZOOM
–– 02-9 ± CINEMA WIDE
–– 02-A ± NATURAL WIDE
56.0 24.8K 640 ∗ 400 (PC-98) 03-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL FULL display only
35.2K 800 ∗ 600 (SVGA 56Hz) 04-0 –– 800 ∗ 600 ORIGINAL (VESA: 35.156k/56.250)
04-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL
04-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
45.1K 1280 ∗ 768 (WIDE-XGA) 05-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL Exclusive video card
No 4:3 squeeze display
60.0 15.734K NTSC –– 06-6 984 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL 06-6 – 06-A: RGB
4.43NTSC –– 06-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL 06-6+ – 06-A+: Y color-difference
PAL-M (502MX only) –– 06-8 ± ZOOM 06-6/ – 06-A/: Video/S Video
PAL-60 –– 06-9 ± CINEMA WIDE 06-6! – 06-A!: SCART RGB
SECAM-60 –– 06-A ± NATURAL WIDE (502MXE only)
SCART RGB (60Hz) (502MXE only)
SDTV16:9 (704 ∗ 480 i )
SDTV 4:3 (704 ∗ 480 i )
SDTV 4:3 (640 ∗ 480 i )
31.5K 640 ∗ 480 (VGA) 07-0 –– 640 ∗ 480 ORIGINAL PC setting
32.0K 852 ∗ 480 (WIDE-VGA) 07-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3NORMAL (VESA: 31.469k/59.940)
864 ∗ 480 (WIDE-VGA) 07-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
Double-speed NTSC –– 07-6 984 ∗ 768 4:3NORMAL VIDEO setting
SDTV16:9 (704 ∗ 480 p ) –– 07-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL 07-6 – 07-A: RGB
SDTV 4:3 (704 ∗ 480 p ) –– 07-8 ± ZOOM 07-6+ – 07-A+: Y color-difference
SDTV 4:3 (640 ∗ 480 p ) –– 07-9 ± CINEMA WIDE
–– 07-A ± NATURAL WIDE

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Vertical Holizontal Signal Mode


Input Signal Panel Display
Frequency Frequency OSD Remarks
Dot ∗ Line PC VIDEO Dot ∗ Line
Fv (Hz) Fh (Hz)
60.0 33.8K Hi-Vision INTERLACE (1035 i ) –– 08-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (HD) 08-7+: Y color-difference
HDTV16:9 (1920 ∗ 1080 i ) 08-7: RGB
Hi-Vision INTERLACE (1080 i ) –– 09-7
37.9K 800 ∗ 600 (SVGA) 0A-0 –– 800 ∗ 600 ORIGINAL (VESA: 37.879k/60.317)
38.0K 1072 ∗ 600 (WIDE-SVGA) 0A-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3NORMAL
0A-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
45.0K HDTV16:9 (1280 ∗ 720 p ) –– 0B-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (HD) 0B-7+: Y color-difference
0B-7: RGB
48.4K 1024 ∗ 768 (XGA) 0C-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL (VESA: 48.363k/60.004)
48.4K 1280 ∗ 768 0C-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL No 4:3 squeeze display
48.0K 1376 ∗ 768 (WIDE-XGA) 0C-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL Switches by the menu
53.7K 1152 ∗ 864 0D-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE)
0D-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
60.0K 1280 ∗ 960 0E-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 60.000k/60.000)
0E-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
64.0K 1280 ∗ 1024 (SXGA) 0F-1 –– 960 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 63.981k/60.020)
64.3K 0F-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
64.6K 0F-3 –– 1280 ∗ 768 ZOOM Trimming display
67.5K Hi-Vision PROGRESSIVE (1035 p) –– 10-7 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (HD) 10-7+: Y color-difference
HDTV16:9 (1920 ∗ 1080 p ) 10-7: RGB
75.0K 1600 ∗ 1200 (UXGA) 11-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 75.000k/60.000)
65.0 81.3K 1600 ∗ 1200 (UXGA) 12-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 81.250k/65.000)
66.7 35.0K 640 ∗ 480 (Macintosh 13) 14-0 –– 640 ∗ 480 ORIGINAL
14-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL
14-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
62.0K 1152 ∗ 900 (SUN LO) 13-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) Mode for SUN (UNIX)
13-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
70.1 31.5K 640 ∗ 400 (PC-H98) 15-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL 720 ∗ 400 can be displayed
(Data amount drops)
56.5K 1024 ∗ 768 (XGA) 16-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL (VESA: 56.476k/70.069)
16-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
87.5K 1600 ∗ 1200 (UXGA) 17-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 87.500k/70.000)
72.0 37.9K 640 ∗ 480 (VGA) 18-0 –– 640 ∗ 480 ORIGINAL (VESA: 37.861k/72.809)
18-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL
18-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
48.1K 800 ∗ 600 (SVGA) 19-0 –– 800 ∗ 600 ORIGINAL (VESA: 48.077k/72.188)
19-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL
19-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
64.9K 1152 ∗ 864 1A-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE)
1A-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
75.0 37.5K 640 ∗ 480 (VGA) 1C-0 –– 640 ∗ 480 ORIGINAL (VESA:37.500k/75.000)
1C-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL
1C-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
46.9K 800 ∗ 600 (SVGA) 1D-0 –– 800 ∗ 600 ORIGINAL (VESA:46.875k/75.000)
1D-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 NORMAL
1D-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
(74.6) 49.7K 832 ∗ 624 (Macintosh 16) 1E-0 –– 832 ∗ 624 ORIGINAL 4:3/FULL = Top & bottom
1E-1 –– 1024 ∗ 748 4:3 NORMAL are masked
1E-2 –– 1280 ∗ 748 FULL

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Vertical Holizontal Signal Mode


Input Signal Panel Display
Frequency Frequency OSD Remarks
Dot ∗ Line PC VIDEO Dot ∗ Line
Fv (Hz) Fh (Hz)
75.0 60.0K 1024 ∗ 768 (XGA) 1F-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL (VESA: 60.023k/75.029)
(74.9) 60.2K 1024*768 (Macintosh 19) 1F-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL 74.9/60.2K.......MAC
67.7K 1152 ∗ 864 20-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 67.500k/75.000)
20-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
(75.1) 68.7K 1152 ∗ 870 (Macintosh 21) 21-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE)
21-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
(76.1) 71.7K 1152 ∗ 900 (SUN HI) 2A-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE)
2A-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)
80.0K 1280 ∗ 1024 (SXGA) 22-1 –– 960 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 79.976k/75.025)
81.0K 1600 ∗ 1024 (WIDE-SXGA)
85.0 43.3K 640 ∗ 480 (VGA) 23-0 –– 640 ∗ 480 ORIGINAL (VESA: 43.269k/85.008)
23-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 4:3NORMAL
23-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
53.7K 800 ∗ 600 (SVGA) 24-0 –– 800 ∗ 600 ORIGINAL (VESA: 53.674k/85.061)
24-1 –– 1024 ∗ 720 4:3NORMAL 4:3/FULL = Top & bottom
24-2 –– 1280 ∗ 720 FULL are masked
68.7K 1024 ∗ 768 (XGA) 25-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL (VESA: 68.677k/84.997)
25-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL
91.1K 1280 ∗ 1024 (SXGA) 26-1 –– 960 ∗ 768 4:3 (TYPE) (VESA: 91.146k/85.024)
87.0 35.5K 1024 ∗ 768 (XGA) 27-1 –– 1024 ∗ 768 ORIGINAL (TYPE) (VESA: 35.522k/43.479
INTERLACE 27-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE) INTERLACED)

46.4K 1280 ∗ 1024 (SXGA) 28-2 –– 1280 ∗ 768 FULL (TYPE)

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Items to adjust and set value in Each Adjustment mode


PICUTRE mode Current menu Input signal
PICTURE mode has three menus, "REFERENCE 1", "REFERENCE 2" and "VIDEO
BOX". REFERENCE1 MODE 06–A/N
Press "1" key on the remote control unit to enter "REFERENCE 1", press "2" key on the
remote control unit to enter "REFERENCE 2" and press "3" key on the remote control unit Adjustment parameter
to enter "VIDEO BOX". For "VIDEO BOX" mode , refer to the service manual ARP3038
Setting value
for PDA-5001/ZYVLPK
Do not operate keys that have no parameters applied to the current input signal mode. CONTRAST :160

REFERENCE 1 mode
Adjustment mode independent of input signal format / Data stored in EEPROM of U-COM ASSY

Remote Setting Value


Adjustment
Control Adjusting & Setting Item C. VIDEO/YC SCART RGB COMPONENT RGB VIDEO
Parameter PC
Key NTSC PAL SECAM 4.43NT RGB60RGB50 STD × 2 HDTV STD × 2 HDTV
1 CONTRAST Contrast adjustment
Adjustment required
2 BRIGHT Brightness adjustment
3 COLOR Color adjustment
Adjustment required
4 TINT Tint adjustment (C.Video signal input only)
H. SHARP Horizontal sharpness setting (Video signal input) 128 140 140 128 128 140 113 128 128 128 128 128 ––
5
H. ENHANCE Horizontal sharpness setting (PC signal input) –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– 128
6 DETAIL Detail setting 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128 128
7 R HIGH
8 G HIGH
9 B HIGH White Balance adjustment Adjustment required
10 R LOW
11 G LOW
12 B LOW
V. SHARP Vertical sharpness setting (Video signal input) 128 140 140 128 128 140 113 128 128 128 128 128 ––
BS5
V. ENHANCE Vertical sharpness setting (PC signal input) –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– 128
BS9 ABL LEV OFFSET ABL Level offset adjustment Adjustment required (note 2)
BS11 PLS NUM OFFSET Pulse number offset adjustment 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
SCART RGB: PDP-502MXE Only
REFERENCE 2 mode
Adjustment mode independent of input signal format / Data stored in EEPROM of VIDEO ASSY
Remote Setting Value
Adjustment Adjusting & Setting Item
Control C. VIDEO/YC SCART RGB COMPONENT RGB VIDEO
Parameter PC
Key NTSC PAL SECAM 4.43NT RGB60 RGB50 STD × 2 HDTV STD × 2 HDTV
1 R-Y/R 6(10) 11(13) 11(13) 6(10) 10 13 6 6 6 6 6 6 ––
2 R-Y/B Matrix demodulation angle setting 12(15) 14(15) 14(15) 12(15) 15 15 12 12 12 12 12 12 ––
3 G-Y/R (Video signal input only) 7 9(10) 9(10) 7 10 10 7 7 10 7 7 10 ––
4 G-Y/B 8 6(4) 6(4) 8 5 4 8 8 5 8 8 5 ––
9 ENHANCER MAIN 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0 0 0 0 0 0(0) 0(0) 0 ––
10 ENHANCER V 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0 0 0 0 0 0(0) 0(0) 0 ––
Sharpness setting
11 ENHANCER M 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0 0 0 0 0 0(0) 0(0) 0 ––
12 ENHANCER H 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0 0 0 0 0 0(0) 0(0) 0 ––
BS5 R-Y LEVEL Color-difference adjustment –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– ––
Adjustment required
BS7 B-Y LEVEL (INPUT 1, 2 only)(502MX only) –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– ––
BS9 Y DELAY Y delay setting (INPUT 1, 2 only)(502MX only) 1 0 3 4 –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– ––
BS11 CTI LEVEL Color transient setting (INPUT 1, 2 only) 1(2) 2 2 2 2 2 –– –– –– –– –– –– ––
SCART RGB: PDP-502MXE Only, ( ): PDP-502MXE
Note 1) For Parameter , adjustment values are fixed.
Note 2) If unnecessarily adjusted, power consumption of the unit is changed and the panel is damaged.
Adjust only in case of necessity.

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INITIALIZE mode (Common for all input signal types and formats)
Current Menu Input Signal Remote Adjustment Setting
Control Key Adjusting & Setting Item
Parameter Value
INITIALISE MODE 06–A/N 1 SUB VIDEO Go to SUB VIDEO adjustment menu with "SET" key –––
2 MIRROR MODE Setting Mirror mode OFF X OFF
(502MX only) XY Y
3 FULL MASK Setting Full mask display OFF ON OFF
4 COLOR DETECT Setting Color detecting EURO EURO
SUB VIDEO
(502MX only) ALL SA mode

Adjustment Table or Parameter


5 HOUR METER (502MX only) Displaying operation hour meter –––
6 BAUD RATE Setting Baud rate 1200 2400 4800
(502MX only) 19200 .......

7 EEPROM INIT. Initializing EEPROM (Do not use) –––


8 MASK CONTROL Setting Original /4:3 displaying area motion mode. ON
OFF ON

9 DRIVE ADJ Go to DRIVE adjustment menu with "SET" key –––


11 INTE. MODE Setting Integrator mode lock/ free ON
LOCK
ON FREE

BS5 FINAL SET UP Setting to default factory setting with "SET" key –––
(refer to Details of FINAL SETUP)

SUB VIDEO mode (Common for all input signal types and formats)
Input Signal Remote
Current Menu Adjustment Adjusting & Setting Item
Control Key Setting Value
Parameter
SUB VIDEO MODE 06–A/N
1 SUB CONTRAST Sub Contrast adjustment (except for PC) Adjustment required
2 SUB BRIGHT Sub Brightness adjustment (except for PC) Adjustment required
3 SUB TINT (502MX only) Sub Tint setting (except for PC) 64
8 PULSE NUMBER (502MX only) Base pulse number adjustment (note) 8
SUB CONTRAST : 32
9 ABL LEVEL (502MX only) ABL Level value adjustment (note) 128

Adjustment Parameter Setting Value BS5 ACL SW ACL setting OFF ON ON


BS11 D RANGE SW Dynamic Range setting OFF ON OFF

Note ) If unnecessarily adjusted, power consumption of the unit is changed and the panel is
damaged. Adjust only in case of necessity.

DRIVE ADJ mode (Common for all input signal types and formats)

Current Menu Input Signal Remote Adjustment


Control Key Adjusting & Setting Item Setting Value
Parameter
DRIVE ADJ MODE 06–A/N 1 X-SUS-B Adjustment required
2 X-SUS-G 8
Sustain Drive Pulse adjustment
3 Y-SUS-B Adjustment required
4 Y-SUS-G 8
X–SUS–B : 15
10 R SIDE LEVEL 100

Setting Value
11 G SIDE LEVEL Side Mask color/level setting 97
Adjustment Parameter
12 B SIDE LEVEL 100
BS5 R FULL LEVEL 255
BS7 G FULL LEVEL Full Mask color/level setting 255
BS9 B FULL LEVEL 255

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Details of FINAL SETUP ( Factory default setting)


Item Default Setting Remarks
Power(STAND-BY/ON) STANDBY
Input function INPUT1 (502MX), INPUT3 (502MXE)
Displaying size NATURAL WIDE (On video signal input) For each input function
(PC 1) ORIGINAL (including TYPE)
(On PC signal input) For INPUT 3, 4 ∩ each signal mode
(PC 2) 4: 3NORMAL (including TYPE)
The priority order is 1 = 2 = 3
(PC 3) FULL (including TYPE)
V. POSITION 0 (On video signal input) For each input function
0 (On "mode0F-3" input) For each INPUT 3, 4
KEYLOCK UNLOCK Common for all input functions
VOLUME 0 Common for all input functions
MUTING OFF Common for all input functions
PICTURE Center value for all adjustment items For each input function ∩ each signal mode
SCREEN Center value for all adjustment items For each input function ∩ each signal mode
(VIDEO) OFF (On video signal input) Common for all input functions
POWER SAVE
(PC) OFF (On PC signal input) Common for INPUT 3, 4
COLOR SYSTEM AUTO For each INPUT 1, 2
3D Y/C MODE (502MX only) MOTION For only INPUT 1
SETTING/SIGNAL PC/RGB For each INPUT 3, 4
CLAMP MODE1 (On RGB signal input) For each INPUT 3, 4
HIGH CONTRAST OFF (On video signal input) Common for all input functions
ABL ON (On PC signal input) For each INPUT 3, 4
H. ENHANCE Center value (On PC signal input) For each INPUT 3, 4
V. ENHANCE Center value (On PC signal input) For each INPUT 3, 4
PICTURE Adjustment values for all adjustment items Memory cleared for PC
For each input function ∩ each signal mode
WHITE BALANCE Adjustment values for all adjustment items Memory cleared for PC
For each input function ∩ each signal mode
SCREEN Center value for all adjustment items For each input function ∩ each signal mode
R LEVEL 100
SIDE MASK G LEVEL 97 Common for all input functions
B LEVEL 100
COLOR MODE 1 Common for all input functions
MIRROR MODE OFF Common for all input functions
BRIGHT ENHANCE (VIDEO) OFF (On video signal input) Common for all input functions
(PC) OFF (On PC signal input) Common for INPUT 3,4
OSD ON Common for all input functions
BAUD RATE 4800BPS Common for all input functions
FAN CONTROL AUTO Common for all input functions
HOUR METER 0 Operation hour
INPUT1 63
INPUT2 63
SUB VOLUME Independent sound volume for each input function
INPUT3 63
INPUT4 63
FULL MASK OFF
COLOR DETECT (502MX only) EURO
MASK CONTROL ON
lNTE. MODE ON Integrator mode operable.
lD No. – – (Not given) Only commands with ID:** operable

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Adjustments required when the set is repaired or replaced

VIDEO ASSY DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY


When repaired When replaced
1) (Procedure 1) Color difference (R-Y/B-Y) adjustment 1) (Procedure 5) 5V/3.3V voltage adjustment
(502MX only)
2) (Procedure 2) Sub-Contrast/Sub-Bright adjustment When replaced
3) (Procedure 8) White balance adjustment No adjustment required.

When replaced
3) (Procedure 8) White balance adjustment
Y DRIVE ASSY
When repaired
MAIN POWER ASSY 3) (Procedure 6) VOFS/VH/IC5V voltage adjustment

When repaired When replaced


1) (Procedure 3) VSUS/VADR/STB5V/+14V voltage adjustment 1) (Procedure 6) VOFS voltage adjustment
2) (Procedure 4) VSUS UVP/+B voltage adjustment (Adjust the voltage to the voltage value mentioned on the
“Drive voltage label”)
When replaced
1) (Procedure 3) VSUS voltage adjustment
(Adjust the voltage to the voltage value mentioned on the
U-COM ASSY
“Drive voltage label”) When replaced
Remove IC3601, EEPROM (24LC64(1)SN-TBB) from the
defect ASSY and replace it with the one on the new ASSY.
Caution: Setting of SW, S111 at MAIN POWER ASSY
PDP-502MXE Only: Set the SW, S111 to AC220V side.
Otherwise the power will shutdown.
PDP-502MX/505HD: Set the SW, S111 to AC100V side.

Drive Voltage Label

Position of Drive Voltage Label

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Adjusting Method
Procedure Adjusting Item Input signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

REFERENCE 2 R-Y LEVEL adjustment


in Factory mode Observe R-Y color-difference waveform at Pin 3 (INT_Cr) of IC1401
R–Y LEVEL ….…. (MATRIX IC) in VIDEO Assy. Adjust R-Y LEVEL so that the point
"BS5" Key indicated in the right figure becomes "260mV±15mV".

260±15 mV
Color-difference
Level adjustment Full Field
1 Color bar signal
(R–Y LEVEL/
B–Y LEVEL) REFERENCE 2 B-Y LEVEL adjustment
(502MX only) in Factory mode Observe B-Y color-difference waveform at Pin 4 (INT_Cb) of
B–Y LEVEL ….…. IC1401(MATRIX IC) in VIDEO Assy. Adjust B-Y LEVEL so that the
"BS7" Key point indicated in the right figure becomes "260mV±15mV".

260±15 mV

SUB VIDEO mode SUB BRIGHT / SUB CONTRAST adjustment


in Factory mode
1) SUB BRIGHT rough adjustment
SUB CONTRAST.….
Set P. ACL. SW OFF.
"1" Key SUB BRIGHT
Observe signal at K2417 in Video Adjustment
SUB BRIGHT .….
Assy. Adjust so that the blanking
"2" Key
period level of the signal becomes
ACL. SW .…. .….
0 IRE level.
"BS5" Key
2) SUB CONTRAST adjustment 0±20 mV
Set P. ACL. SW OFF.
H Blanking Period
Adjust so that 0 to 100 IRE level
of the signal at K2417 in Video
Assy becomes "0.8V". 100 IRE
SUB CONTRAST/
2 SUB BRIGHTNESS RAMP signal 3) SUB BRIGHT fine adjustment
adjustment Set P. ACL. SW ON. 0.8±0.02 V
Adjust so that the signal level in
blanking period at K2417 in Video
Assy becomes 0 IRE level. 0 IRE
SUB CONTRAST
4) Signal level (adjustment value) Adjustment
confirmation
Set P. ACL. SW ON.
100 IRE
Observe the signal at K2417 in
Video Assy .
Confirm that the 0 IRE to 100 IRE 0.58±0.05 V
level of the signal is "0.58V".
0 IRE
Signal level (adjustment value)
confirmation

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Procedure Adjusting Item Input signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

VSUS (Sustain voltage) adjustment


Adjust so that the voltage between TP201(VSUS) and TP202 (SUS
GND) becomes ±1V of the voltage indicated at the "voltage indication
VR201 (VSUS)
label".
MAIN POWER ASSY
The symptom in case of mis-adjustment
If the VSUS adjustment is not performed properly, dots like blinking
luminance points appear. If deviated greatly from the right adjustment
point, Panel will stop lighting.

VADR (Address voltage) adjustment


Adjust so that the voltage between TP301(VADR) and TP302 (ADR
VSUS/VADR/ White 100% GND) becomes "59V±0.5V".
3 STB5V/+14V signal VR301 (VADR)
Voltage adjustment The symptom in case of mis-adjustment
MAIN POWER ASSY
If the VADR adjustment is not performed properly, dots like blinking
luminance points appear. If deviated greatly from the right
adjustment point, Panel will light white.

STB5V adjustment
VR111 (STB5V)
Adjust so that the voltage between TP111(STB5V) and TP113(STB
MAIN POWER ASSY
GND) becomes "+5V ± 0.1V".

+14V adjustment
VR356 (+14V)
MAIN POWER ASSY Adjust so that the voltage between TP355(+14V) and TP356
(AGND) becomes "+14V ± 0.1V".

Note) Be sure to measure between specified test points.

VSUS UVP adjustment


VR401 (VSUS UVP) Adjust so that the voltage between TP404 (V1) and TP405 (V2)
MAIN POWER ASSY becomes "0V ± 10mV".
White 100%
signal +B Voltage adjustment
VSUS UVP/+B VR131 (+B)
4
Voltage adjustment MAIN POWER ASSY Adjust so that the voltage between TP131 (+B) and TP132 (P. GND)
becomes "+380V ± 1.0V".

Note) Normally, these adjustments are not needed in repair service. Adjust them only when VR is rotated by mistake
and it needs to be re-adjusted.
Moreover, be sure to measure between specified test points in adjustment.

VR552 (5V) +5V adjustment


DIGITAL VIDEO Adjust so that the voltage between TP553 (5V) and TP554 (DGND)
ASSY becomes "+5V ± 0.05V".
Any input signal
5V/3.3V VR602 (3.3V) +3.3V adjustment
5 Voltage adjustment DIGITAL Adjust so that the voltage between TP601 (3.3V) and TP602 (DGND)
VIDEOASSY becomes "3.3V ± 0.05V".

Note) Be sure to use a non-metallic screw driver such as a ceramic screw driver in the adjustment.
If a metallic screw driver is used, DC/DC converter may operate wrongly.
Moreover, be sure to measure between specified test points.

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Procedure Adjusting Item Input signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

VOFS (Offset voltage) adjustment


Adjust so that the voltage between TP705 (VOFS) and TP703 (SUS
GND) becomes ± 0.5V" of the voltage indicated at the "voltage
VR700 (VOFS) indication label".
Y DRIVE ASSY
The symptom in case of mis-adjustment
If the VOFS adjustment is not performed properly, dots like blinking
luminance points appear. If deviated greatly from the right adjustment
point, Panel will light white.

VH (voltage for Scan IC) adjustment


Adjust so that the voltage between TP751 (VH) and TP753 (PSUS)
becomes "103V ± 0.5V".
VOFS/VH/IC5V PSUS (=GNDH) is a floating GND and the electric potential is different
6
Voltage adjustment VR750 (VH) from that of chassis GND. Be sure not to short-circuit PSUS (=GNDH)
Y DRIVE ASSY and another GND, because that may damage the unit.

White 100% The symptom in case of mis-adjustment


signal If the VH adjustment is not performed properly, dots like blinking
luminance points appear. If deviated greatly from the right adjustment
point, panel will light white.

IC5V adjustment
Adjust so that the voltage between TP851 (IC5V) and TP854 (PSUS)
VR851 (IC5V) becomes "+5.0V ± 0.1V".
Y DRIVE ASSY PSUS (=GNDH) is a floating GND and the electric potential is different
from that of chassis GND. Be sure not to short-circuit PSUS (=GNDH)
and another GND, because that may damage the unit.

Note) Be sure to measure between specified test points.

DRIVE ADJ mode X-SUS-G, Y-SUS-G adjustment


in Factory mode Set to the indicated value with a key on the remote control unit.
X-SUS-G.…..."2" Key (refer to DRIVE ADJ mode)
Y-SUS-G .….."4" Key

DRIVE ADJ mode X-SUS-B, Y-SUS-B adjustment


in Factory mode 1) Set adjustment value to "8", and confirm that green mis-discharging
X-SUS-B.…..."1" Key dots do not appear within 20mm from top & bottom of Screen.
Y-SUS-B .….."3" Key 2) When green mis-discharging dots appear, decrease the adjustment
value "1" by "1" until green mis-discharging dots will disappear.
Set the adjustment value when the green disappear.
3) Observe sustain waveform at each Drive Assy, between K3402
Sustain Pulse
7 White 100% (X-PSUS) and K3404 (SUS-GND), and TP3716 (Y-PSUS) and
Waveform signal TP3713 (SUS-GND). Confirm that the waveform is not distorted.
adjustment

The symptom in case of mis-adjustment


Green mis-discharging dots
appear within 20mm from
top & bottom of Screen.

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Procedure Adjusting Item Input signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

Preparation REFERENCE 1 Set CONTRAST to "128" and BRIGHT to "128".


setting in Factory mode
CONTRAST...."1" Key
BRIGHT .…...."2" Key

1) RAMP signal REFERENCE 1 LOW LIGHT adjustment


in Factory mode 1) Observe the signals at TP terminals R: K2423, G: K2424, B: K2425,
R LOW......... "10" Key of VIDEO ASSY. Adjust with the keys on the remote control unit, so
G LOW........ "11" Key that the black level (0 IRE) of the signal is within the DC voltage range
B LOW......... "12" Key of "1.85V ± 0.05V".
2) Adjust with the keys on the remote control unit, so that the image on
2) White Signal
the screen becomes a little greenish white (T=8500k, dev.=0.005uv).
(14 IRE: Gray)
HIGH LIGHT adjustment
3) RAMP signal REFERENCE 1 3) Set P. ACL. SW OFF.
in Factory mode Observe TP terminals R: K2423, G: K2424, B: K2425 of VIDEO
R HIGH........... "7" Key ASSY. Adjust with the keys on the remote control unit, so that the
G HIGH........... "8" Key white level (100 IRE) is within the DC voltage range of "2.8V ±
B HIGH........... "9" Key 0.05V".
SUB VIDEO mode 4) Adjust with the keys on the remote control unit. so that the image on
4) White Signal in Factory mode the screen becomes a little greenish white (T=8500k, dev.=0.005uv).
(56 IRE: Gray) ACL. SW
8 White Balance ........."BS5" Key Convergence adjustment
adjustment 5) Repeat procedure 2) and 4) to converge the white balance.
6) After the adjustment, set ACL. SW ON.

REFERENCE 1 Color balance adjustment


in Factory mode After adjusting the white balance, check the skin color of figures in LD
Skin color
COLOR..........."3" Key still pictures. If the color is not natural, adjust it with the keys on the
TINT .…..........."4" Key remote control unit.

(Reference) Adjustment values using the Minolta color-difference meter (CA-100)

NTSC PAL HD PC
x 291 293 291 291
20% Window-Step signal (–3dB) y 307 301 307 307
Y 3.9 2.9 2.9 2.5
White Balance
x 291 293 291 293
80% Window-Step signal (–3dB) y 307 301 307 301
Y 87.2 72.5 87.2 64.3
x 466 440 428 ––––
Skin Color Window -chroma signal
y 388 370 377 ––––

DRIVE ADJ mode Side mask Color/Level adjustment


in Factory mode Set to the indicated value with the keys on the remote control unit.
R SIDE LEVEL (refer to DRIVE ADJ Mode)
........."10" Key
G SIDE LEVEL
........."11" Key
B SIDE LEVEL
MASK Level ........."12" Key
9 adjustment
Any input

DRIVE ADJ mode Full mask Color/Level adjustment


in Factory mode Set to the indicated value with the keys on the remote control unit.
R FULL LEVEL (refer to DRIVE ADJ Mode)
........"BS5" Key
G FULL LEVEL
........"BS7" Key
B FULL LEVEL
........"BS9" Key

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Procedure Adjusting Item Input signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

SUB VIDEO mode Set to the indicated value with the keys on the remote control unit.
Base Pulse Any input in Factory mode (refer to SUB VIDEO mode)
number PULSE NUMBER
10 ........."8" Key
Adjustment
(502MX only) Note) If unnecessarily adjusted, power consumption is changed and the panel is damaged.
Adjust only in case of necessity.

SUB VIDEO mode Set to the indicated value with the keys on the remote control unit.
Any input in Factory mode (refer to SUB VIDEO mode)
ABL Level Value
11 ABL LEVEL ...."9" Key
Adjustment
(502MX only) Note) If unnecessarily adjusted, power consumption is changed and the panel is damaged.
Adjust only in case of necessity.

REFERENCE 1 Adjust to the ABL value mentioned on the "Drive voltage label" at the
in Factory mode chassis of the glass panel.
Any input
ABL LEV OFFSET
ABL Level Offset
12 ........."BS9" Key
adjustment
Note) If unnecessarily adjusted, power consumption is changed and the panel is damaged.
Adjust only in case of necessity.

REFERENCE 1 Set to the indicated value with the keys on the remote control unit.
in Factory mode (refer to REFERENCE 1 mode)
Any input
Pulse Number PLS NUM OFFSET
13 Offset adjustment ........."BS11" Key

Note) If unnecessarily adjusted, power consumption is changed and the panel is damaged.
Adjust only in case of necessity.

TOP DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY


TP703
(SUS GND)
TOP
VR700
(VOFS)

TP705
(VOFS)

Y DRIVE ASSY

VR851
TP851 (IC5V)
TP854 (IC5V)
(PSUS)
VR552
(+5V)
TP554
(DGND)
VR750
( VH )

TP753
(PSUS)

TP751
(VH)
TP553 TP601 VR602 TP602
(+5V) (+3.3V) (+3.3V) (DGND)

Adjusting points and Measuring points

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TOP
TP131 TP132
(+B) (P. GND)
MAIN POWER ASSY
TP301
(VADR)
TP302
(ADR GND)

TP202
(SUS GND)

TP201
(VSUS) VR131
(+B)
VR201
(VSUS)

VR401 VR301
(VSUS UVP) (VADR)

TP404
(V1) VR356
(+14V)
TP405
(V2)

Adjusting points and Measuring points


TP355
(+14V)
TP356
(AGND)

TP113
(STB GND)

TP111 VR111
(STB +5V) (STB+5V)

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7. GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1 DIAGNOSIS D441
D443 D439
7.1.1 DIAGNOSIS METHOD D407 D437
This PDP has several protection circuits, and the operation of the
circuits activate power down circuit and set the unit automatically
to standby mode in order to protect the circuit.
Power shut down operation of the unit can roughly be diagnosed
by LED indicators at Main Power Assy.
Lighting of LEDs can be confirmed through five holes on Rear
Panel.

Diagnosis of malfunctions when power down occurs (in lighting LEDs at Main Power Assy)
Lighting The state of P.D. circuit Diagnosis Failure points Estimated failure parts
LED circuit in operation
D407 High between VSUS OVP When RCC Control (A) Assy is RCC Control (A) Assy IC203 • Q208 • R232 • D224 • 226
base & emitter replaced, P.D. does not occur.
of Q415
When OTL Control(A) Assy is OTL Control (A) Assy IC204 • Q209 • 210 • R260
replaced, P.D. does not occur.
Even when RCC Control(A) MAIN POWER Assy IC201 • 202
Assy and OTL Control(A) Assy
are replaced, P.D occurs.
High between VADR OVP When RCC Control (B) Assy is RCC Control (B) Assy IC303 • Q305 • R316 • 314
base & emitter replaced, P.D. does not occur.
of Q417
When OTL Control (B) Assy is OTL Control (B) Assy IC304 • Q306 • 307 • R346
replaced, P.D. does not occur.
Even when RCC Control(B) MAIN POWER Assy IC301 • 302
Assy and OTL Control (B) Assy
are replaced, P.D occurs.
High between 14V OVP When RCC Control (C) Assy is RCC Control (C) Assy IC353 • Q353 • R364 • D362 • 364
base & emitter replaced, P.D. does not occur.
of Q419
When OTL Control(C) Assy is OTL Control (C) Assy IC354 • Q356 • 357 • R396
replaced, P.D. does not occur.
Even when RCC Control (C) MAIN POWER Assy IC351 • 352
Assy and OTL Control (C) Assy
are replaced, P.D occurs.
D408 Anode is VSUS UVP When CN205 is disconnected, RCC Control (A) Assy IC203 • Q208 • R232 • 254 • C221
High / P.D. occurs, and when RCC
High between Control (A) Assy is replaced,
base & emitter P.D. does not occur.
of Q426
When CN205 is disconnected, OTL Control (A) Assy IC204 • Q209 • 210 • R260
P.D. occurs, and when OTL
Control (A) Assy is replaced,
P.D. does not occur.
When CN205 is disconnected, MAIN POWER Assy IC201 • 202 • D212 • 214
P.D. occurs, and even when
RCC Control (A) Assy and OTL
Control (A) Assy are replaced,
P.D occurs.
When CN3401 is disconnected, X DRIVE Assy Pulse module
P.D. does not occur. IC3402 • 3405
When CN3601 is disconnected, Y DRIVE Assy Pulse module
P.D. does not occur. IC3604 • 3609 • 3610
D408 Anode is VADR UVP When CN205 is disconnected, RCC Control (B) Assy IC303 • Q305 • R316 • 338 • D320 •
High / P.D. occurs, and when RCC C317
High between Control (B) Assy is replaced,
base & emitter P.D. does not occur.
of Q416
When CN205 is disconnected, OTL Control (B) Assy IC304 • Q306 • 307 • R346
P.D. occurs, and when OTL
Control (B) Assy is replaced,
P.D. does not occur.

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Lighting The state of P.D. circuit Diagnosis Failure points Estimated failure parts
LED circuit in operation
D407 D408 Anode is VADR UVP When CN205 is disconnected, MAIN POWER Assy IC301 • 302 • Q302
High/ High P.D. occurs, and even when
between base & RCC Control (B) Assy and OTL
emitter of Q416 Control (B) Assy are replaced,
P.D occurs.
When CN205 is disconnected, CABLE Assy
P.D. does not occur.
D408 Anode is 14V UVP When CN306 & 354 are MAIN POWER Assy RCC Control (C) Assy • OTL
High/ High disconnected, P.D. occurs. 14V D/D CONV. BLOCK Control (C) Assy • IC351 • 352
between base &
When CN306 is disconnected, ANALOG VIDEO Assy
emitter of Q418
P.D. does not occur.
When CN354 is disconnected, Y DRIVE Assy IC852
P.D. does not occur. IC5V D/D CONV. BLOCK
D408 Anode is 12V UVP When CN355 is disconnected, MAIN POWER Assy RCC Control (C) Assy • OTL
High/ High P.D. occurs. 12V D/D CONV. BLOCK Control (C) Assy • IC351 • 352
between base & IC551 • 601 • Q554 • 555 • 604 • 605
When CN356 is disconnected, DIGITAL VIDEO Assy
emitter of Q421
P.D. does not occur. D/D CONV. BLOCK
D408 Anode is 8V UVP When CN306 is disconnected, MAIN POWER Assy RCC Control (C) Assy • OTL
High/ High P.D. occurs. 8V D/D CONV. BLOCK Control (C) Assy • IC351 • 352
between base &
When CN306 is disconnected, ANALOG VIDEO Assy
emitter of Q420
P.D. does not occur.
D408 Anode is –8V UVP When CN306 is disconnected, MAIN POWER Assy RCC Control (C) Assy • OTL
High/ High P.D. occurs. –8V D/D CONV. BLOCK Control (C) Assy • IC351 • 352 •
between base & D373
When CN306 is disconnected, ANALOG VIDEO Assy
emitter of Q435
P.D. does not occur.
D405 Anode is B OVP MAIN POWER Assy IC131
High PFC BLOCK
High between AC200V P.D. AC power input is appropriate. MAIN POWER Assy IC111 • 112 • 113 • T111
base & emitter STB BLOCK
of Q111
D852 Anode is VF OVP Y DRIVE Assy IC852 • 853 • 854
High.
D407 TP555 Hi 5V OVP DIGITAL VIDEO Assy IC551
• 5V D/D CONV.BLOCK
TP556 Hi 5V UVP
D443
TP604 Hi 3.3V OVP DIGITAL VIDEO Assy IC601
3.3V D/D CONV. BLOCK
TP603 Hi 3.3V UVP
TP555 Lo ICP OPEN When the power supply is CABLE Assy IC1008 • Q1001–Q1006
turned on, a part of the screen RESONATOR BLOCK
TP556 Lo
shines in white momentarily and
Address Module UPD16340 (IC??????)
TP603 Lo P.D. occurs.
DIGITAL VIDEO Assy IC2201
TP604 Lo
DIGITAL BLOCK
D4501 Anode is High. AUDIO P.D. AUDIO Assy IC4502 • C4520 • 4522
D407 D3457 Anode is 12V OCP X DRIVE Assy Pulse module
• High. Pulse Module IC3402 • 3405
D441 X DRIVE Assy Q3401 • 3402 • 3403
RESET DRIVE BLOCK
D407 K706Hi VOFS OVP Y DRIVE Assy IC702 • 704
• VOFS D/D CONV. BLOCK
D439 K705Hi VOFS UVP Drive section (drive control Y DRIVE Assy IC701 • 702 • 704
signals & drive signal output VOFS D/D CONV. BLOCK
elements) in normal operation.
VOFS D/D Conv. Block in Y DRIVE Assy R3717 • 3730
normal operation SUS_MSK BLOCK
K754Hi VH OVP Y DRIVE Assy IC751 • 752
VH D/D CONV. BLOCK

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Lighting The state of P.D. circuit Diagnosis Failure points Estimated failure parts
LED circuit in operation
D407 K751Hi VH UVP Drive section (drive control signals Y DRIVE Assy IC751 • 752 • 755
• & drive signal output elements) in VH D/D CONV. BLOCK
D439 normal operation.
VH D/D Conv.Block in normal SCAN MODULE SCAN IC
operation
Scan Module in normal Y DRIVE Assy IC851 • 852 • 853
operation. IC5V D/D CONV. BLOCK
K804Hi VRN OVP Drive section (drive control signals Y DRIVE Assy IC801 • 803
& drive signal output elements) in VRN D/D CONV. BLOCK
normal operation.
K801Hi VRN UVP VRN D/D Conv. Block in normal Y DRIVE Assy IC801 • 802 • 803
operation. VRN D/D CONV. BLOCK
YDRIVE Assy R3717 • 3730
SUS_MSK BLOCK
K854Hi IC5V OVP Y DRIVE Assy IC851 • 853
IC5V D/D CONV. BLOCK
D407 K3607Hi 12V OCP Output voltage of IC3606, 3607, Pulse module
• 3608 are normal IC3604 • 3605 • 3609 • 3610
D437 Output voltage of IC3606, 3607, IC3611 • 3612 • 3613 • 3615 • 3601
3608 are abnormal. • 3602 • 3603 • 3614
K3704Hi RESET OCP Y DRIVE Assy Q3708
RESET BLOCK
D3751 Anode is DRIVE STOP DIGITAL VIDEO Assy IC2201 (IC23)
High. P.D.

OVP: Over Voltage Protection, OCP: Over Current Protection, UVP: Under Voltage Protection

Diagnosis of malfunctions by power coming up sequence


Vsus 170V Vsus discharge

Vadr 59V

Vcc
+14V/+8V/+12V/VF
Vadr
STBY +5V/+12V

STBY LED Approx. Approx. 0.02 sec


ON (RED) 1.3 sec 0.4 sec or more
D205 (RED)
D355 (RED)
ON
STBY
mode D305 (RED)
ON
Power D205 (YEL) STBY Power
off ON mode off

Approx. 1.4 sec (AC100V)


Main Power Approx. 0.04 sec (AC220V) Power Main Power
Power on off off
on

The power coming up sequence of power supply

Simple diagnosis using LEDs at Main Power Assy


The state of LEDs at Main Power Assy Estimated P.D. circuit in operation
After D205 lights up in red, D407 lights up. (D205 lights up in yellow in normal operation.) VSUS UVP
After D305 is put out the light, D407 lights up. (D305 lights up in red in normal operation.) VADR UVP
After D355 is put out the light, D407 lights up. (D355 lights up in red in normal operation.) 14V • 12V • ±8V UVP, B OVP, VF OVP
D407 lights up at the stand-by mode. AC200V P.D.
After D205, D305 and D355 lights up normally, D407 lights up. VSUS OVP
After D305 and D355 lights up normally, D407 lights up. VADR OVP
After D355 lights up normally, D407 lights up. 14V OVP

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Diagnosis when under voltage is detected at V SUS / V ADR voltage lines.


Disconnect connector CN205 P5 at Main Power Assy and turn on the power.
If the power is turned on and D205 at Main Power Assy lights up in yellow, cause of the under voltage is not inside Main Power Assy.
If P.D. occurs, V SUS / V ADR DC-DC Converter block at Main Power Assy may be defective.

Diagnosis when under voltage is detected at 14V, 12V, +-8V voltage lines
Be sure to turn off High Power CUT SW, S301 at Power Supply Assy. (important)
Disconnect CN306 P6,CN355 P4, CN354 P3, CN353 P2 at Main Power Assy one by one, and turn on the power of the unit.
(Do not disconnect all four connectors at the same time and turn on the power. Because this leads to no load of power supply and that is
very dangerous.)
When the power is turned on with a connector disconnected, and if Low power supply DC-DC Converter operates normally with lighting
D355 and D205 in red, cause of under voltage is not inside Main Power Assy.
If P.D. still occurs after disconnecting each connector, 14V DC-DC Converter block at Main Power Assy may be defective.

The function of High Power CUT SW, S301 at Main Power Assy
When S301 is turned off, V SUS / V ADR DC-DC Converter does not operate. However, 14V DC-DC Converter operates normally.
Therefore, diagnosis from Signal Input circuit to before Drive circuit is possible without danger of breaking Drive section by mistake.

AC100V/AC200V Change-over SW, S111 at Main Power Assy


Only PDP-502MXE is set to AC200V.
When the SW is set to AC100V, AC200V P.D. detecting circuit will operate. (Even when the unit is in Stand-by mode, the detecting circuit
is in operation.)

Diagnoses of the malfunctions by LEDs at Digital Video Assy, D2302/D2306


LED Title (Color of Light) The timing of lighting Estimated failure parts
D2302 STOP (GREEN) Lights on in normal operation Around IC2101/IC2151/IC2801
It lights up at every V rate, when Drive pulse output from IC2201 is normal. /X3202 (Xtal)
D2302 PBusy (RED) Light is put off in normal operation. Around Connector and Panel
It lights up when System Control CPU (IC3604) and Panel CPU are CPU and X3202/X3201 (Xtal)
communicating.
D2306 IP Busy (RED) It lights up at every V rate during IP processing.(Video input) Around IC1801/IC1901/IC2001
Light is put off when IP processing is not done. (PC input)

Diagnosis of malfunctions other than the operation of protection circuits


The state of the unit Estimated failure mode
STBY indicator does not light at all AC power input is not appropriate.
Stand-by power supply block is defective.
U-com Assy is defective.
Connectors disconnected.
Power does not go on U-com Assy is defective.
Power shuts down immediately after power on.
(back to Stand-by)
Dots like luminance spots appear on the screen. Drive section voltage is abnormal. (VSUS, VADR, VOFS, VH, VRN)
X Drive Assy and Y Drive Assy are defective.
Scan Module is defective.
Screen does not emit lights at all. DIGITAL VIDEO Assy is defective.
Fuse is blown. Q131–Q136, D131, IC131 Defective
R133, R134, R168 Defective
Q201, Q202, RCC Control (A) Assy, OTL Control (A) Assy Defective
Q301, Q302, RCC Control (B) Assy, OTL Control (B) Assy Defective
Q351, Q354, RCC Control (C) Assy, OTL Control (C) Assy Defective

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Note for repairing in case of blown fuses


Never turn on the power of the unit again just by replacing the fuse, when the fuse is blown.
Because, it is rare case that the fuse itself is defective. If the power is turned on again without resolving the cause of over
current, the unit is damaged more.
Be sure to check parts such as In-Rush current protective resistors where excessive current may flow.
Because, they may be damaged secondarily.
Be sure to find out all defective parts caused by a blown fuse.
Because, if the power is turned on with even one defective part left in the circuit, this may lead the other parts to become
defective again.

TOP

Y DRIVE ASSY
TOP

X DRIVE ASSY TP707


VOFS UVP

TP706
VOFS OVP

K3410
X-P. D TP804
VRN UVP

TP802
VRN OVP

TP754
VH UVP

TP752
VH OVP

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TOP

MAIN POWER ASSY

CN205
P5

D205
CN353
P2

Q415
D305
CN354 Q426
P3 Q417
Q416
Q418 Q420
CN306
P6 Q419

Q421
D355 S111
S301
CN355 Q435
P4
D408

D405
D448 Q111

Fuse (FU101)
D407 D443 D441 D439 D437

TOP

DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY

D2306

D2302

TP555
5V OVP TP556
5V UVP

TP604 TP603
3.3V OVP 3.3V UVP

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Protection Circuits
MAIN POWER ASSY

+B OVP AC200V P.D.


A

VF OVP +8V UVP +12V UVP –8V UVP +14V +14V


X DRIVE ASSY UVP OVP

+12V OCP

R3438

R3437 R3439

5.6k 5.6k
R3440

C3424
10k

B Q3406 Q3405
R3442
10k
2.2k R3443

10k

D3408
R3444

C3425
47/16

VADR UVP VADR VSUS UVP VSUS OVP


OVP

UCOM ASSY

AUDIO AMP ASSY +3.3V OVP +3.3V UVP +5V OVP +5V UVP

AUDIO P.D.

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Y DRIVE ASSY
Y DC/DC BLOCK Y DRIVE BLOCK

IC5V OVP 12V OCP A

VOFS OVP

VOFS UVP

VH OVP

VH UVP

VRN OVP

VRN UVP

DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY CABLE ASSY

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Service Position
1. MAIN POWER ASSY
Remove the harness from
3 Wire Saddle

1
Remove
two screws 1
Remove
two screws

MAIN POWER ASSY

VIDEO ASSY

2 Loosen two screws

MAIN POWER ASSY

MAIN POWER ASSY

5 Stand Main Power Assy

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2. VIDEO ASSY
Note) Shield Case of Video Assy should not touch the
heat sink at the primary side of Main Power Assy in
standing Video Assy. (Noise may be generated and
that may break the Main Power Assy)

4
Release Video Assy
from PCB Hinge
1
Remove a screw
1
Remove a screw

3
3 Remove the harness
from Wire Saddle
Remove the harness
from Wire Saddle
VIDEO ASSY

2 Remove all screws and nuts from Terminal Panel

VIDEO ASSY

5
After pulling VIDEO Assy backward to
release it from Terminal Panel, insert it
to the PCB Hinge again.

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7.1.2 DISASSEMBLY ∗Screw Collar


(AEC1848) The screw collar has a direction to fit in.
1. Removing Front Case (Figure 1) Although mark is not indicated for this
1) Secure the unit on the stand in the upright position. screw, it must be removed
2) Remove 14 screws A: BBZ40P160FZK at the A
outermost circumference of Rear Case. A
There is one screw with a screw collar. Pay attention to
the direction of the collar. (Refer to Figure 1)
3) Remove 4 screws B : BBZ40P160FZK. B
A
4) In this condition, only Front Case can be detached
from the unit by pulling out Front Case in the forward Front Case
direction. A

Note) Be careful of Remote Receiver Holder and SW


Holder in detaching Front Case, because they are
A A
not fixed to Front Case.
B

A
A

B A
2. Removing Rear Case (Figure 2)
1) Place the unit with Front Panel down on a flat cushion.
2) Remove a screw rivet (AEC1852).
3) Remove 14 screws A. (Refer to Removing Front Case) A
4) Remove 17 screws C: AMZ30P100FZK. A
5) Remove 2 stand-bolts D: ABA1277.
6) In this condition, Rear Case can be detached.
B
A
C
Figure 1 Removing Front Case
C

C
Screw Rivet

C ×5
C C
C
C C

D C
C Rear Case Frame
C

C
Rear Case

Figure 2 Removing Rear Case

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3.Removing and installing Front Protection Panel


1) Remove all 30 screws E: BPZ30P080FZK that fixes Panel Note)
Holder V and Panel Holder Assy to Front Case. Attach Panel Cushion V along the base of bending line of Panel
2) Remove Front Protection Panel and replace it. Holder V, and attach Panel Cushion H along the edge of Panel
3) Install Front Protection Panel by attaching to the bottom left Holder Assy like shown in Figure 3.
side first, and then attach a Corner Cushion to each corner (only Panel Holder V / Panel Shield V and Panel Holder Assy / Panel
bottom left side, attach a Corner Gasket). Shield H are inlaid fixed structures.
Be careful not to lose Remote Receiver lens, because it is not
Note) When new Front Protection Panel is installed, Front Cushion fixed to any where after removing Panel Holder Assy.
H and Front Cushion V attached to Front Case are not needed
to be replaced.
4) Assemble Front Case in the opposite order of disassembling it. Panel Cushion H Panel Cushion V
Mount Panel Holder Assy first, then mount Panel Holder V.

Place it along Place it along the base


the edge of bending line
Panel Holder Assy Panel Holder V

How to attach Panel Cushions

Panel Cushion V

Panel Cushion H In this two corners,


do not put the Panel
E ×5
cushion on the other
Panel Holder V Corner one.
Cushion

Corner
Cushion

E ×10

Panel Holder
Panel Cushion H Assy
Front Protection Panel
Corner
Cushion

Panel Cushion V
Corner
Cushion

Panel Holder Assy


E ×10 E ×5
Panel Holder V

Front Case

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7.1.3 WIRING
When forming the wire cables, be careful not to exert excessive Matters that require attention of upper contact
pressure on the cables as this will result in the disconnection of the
connector (Use with VIDEO ASSY A33 and
connectors.
DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY D20 )
Press-down type lower contact connector
Lock cancel release step
1. Locking
Lock applying force in the arrow direction so that the connector 1 Throw on lever of right and left each side with claw, and please
is pressed down inwards. draw in right and left real time slowly to orientation of arrow.
Then lever is damaged that by one side seems to go down.
2. Unlocking
Push up with your nail, or something soft.
Do not use thin tools such as the tip of screwdrivers, because
they will damage the electrode.
Lever Lever
Flexible Flat
Cable

Draw with both hand slowly simultaneously


Insert the flexible cables straight until the end.
Insert the flexible cable reinforcing plates in parallel to the
2 Clearance of connector main frame and lever is 1.5mm - around
connectors. Moreover, insert the horizontal-connecting
2mm, and lock is removed. (be damaged when it goes down
connectors horizontally.
more than this.)
In connecting Address Modules and Cable Assy, and in
Draw out Flexible Flat Cable lightly to arrow orientation, and
connecting Scan Modules and Y Drive Assy with the flexible
please pull up.
cables, hook both edges of the flexible cables on the connectors
and fix them, then close the covers.
1.5 – 2mm

1.5 – 2mm
Insert the flexible cables in parallel to the connector, otherwise
the connectors may be damaged.

1
Hook it on the
connector. Flexible Flat
3 Cable

Address Module side


2
Hook it on the Pull it slightly
connector.

Note) When closing the connector cover, press both edges of the
cover by fingers to lock it. Pressing the center of the cover
may damage it.

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Earth
AC Inlet
Power SW (S1)

Ferrite Core

To Ferrite Core
To Ferrite Core To J112

POWER
SW (S1)
AC Inlet

Blue Brown

MAIN POWER ASSY

VIDEO ASSY

J124 is turned besides hinji


J128 wiring jig use
J125 is drawn out as
shown in figure

J114 passes
this space

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DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY

Y DRIVE ASSY
Wire Assy is inserted in a wire saddle, and it is
controlled, and it is touched in bottom if possible

D20

X DRIVE ASSY

U-COM ASSY

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Flexible cable of CABLE Assy (5) does styling


under flexible cable of CABLE Assy (4)
Flexible Cable let the ferrite
Flexible cable of CABLE Assy (1) does styling core going through
under flexible cable of CABLE Assy (2)

CABLE CABLE

UPPER
CABLE Assy (1) Assy (2) CABLE Assy (3) Assy (4) CABLE Assy (5)
K2 K2 K2 K2 K2

SCAN (A) Assy


D13 D14 D6 D3
D1

D5

H6
D19

D7

H2
DIGITAL VIDEO Assy

H1
D9

H4
D4
X DRIVE Assy

Y DRIVE Assy
D18
F7

D8

H5
F5
D12

D10
D17
D20 D16 D11
D22

E3 E5
F6

E 35 E6 E 38

E26 E27 E28

LOWER
E21 E19 E2
E 7 E17 E18

E24
E23

H3
E16

H7
U-COM Assy

SCAN (B) Assy


E1
AUDIO AMP E8
Assy E 22 E15
E12 E10 E 33
B2 B3

K2 K2 K2 K2 K2

CABLE Assy (6) CABLE Assy (7) CABLE Assy (8) CABLE Assy (9) CABLE Assy (10)

U1

Flexible cable of CABLE Assy (9) is clamped, and flexible


cable of CABLE Assy (10) does styling in the addition
Flexible Cable let the ferrite
core going through

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8. PANEL FACILITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS


PANEL FACILITIES
Main unit Operation panel on the main unit
(for PDP-502MX and PDP-502MXE)

3
STANDBY/ON

Main unit
4
INPUT

5
MENU

6
ADJUST

SET

8
SIZE

9
DISPLAY

Main unit
1 2 Note
1 Display stand
When optional speakers have been connected,
the operation panel on the main unit will not be
2 Remote control sensor operable.
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to
operate the unit

Operation panel on the main unit 7 ADJUST (5/∞/3/2) buttons


Use to navigate menu screens and to adjust various
3 STANDBY/ON indicator settings on the unit.
This indicator is red during standby mode, and turns to Usage of cursor buttons within operations is clearly
green when the unit is in the operation mode. indicated in the on-screen display.

4 STANDBY/ON button 8 SET button


Press to put the display in operation or standby mode. Press to adjust or enter various settings on the unit.

5 INPUT button 9 SIZE button


Press to select input. Press to manually select the screen size.

6 MENU button 0 DISPLAY button


Press to open and close the on-screen menu. Press to view the unit’s current input and setup mode.

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Remote Control Unit (for PDP-502MX and PDP-502MXE)

6
STANDBY
/ON SCREEN MUTING
1 SIZE
INPUT
7
VIDEO Y/C VOL

2 RGB
1
RGB
2
8
(BNC) (D-sub)
3 4
DISPLAY

3 MENU
9

4
SET

1 STANDBY/ON button 5 SET button


Press to put the unit in operation or standby mode. Press to adjust or enter various settings on the unit.

2 INPUT buttons 6 SCREEN SIZE button


Use to select the input. Press to manually select the screen size.

3 MENU button 7 MUTING button


Press to open and close the on-screen menu. Press to mute the volume.

4 ADJUST (5/∞/3/2) buttons 8 VOL (+/–) buttons


Use to navigate menu screens and to adjust various Use to adjust the volume.
settings on the unit.
Usage of cursor buttons within operations is clearly 9 DISPLAY button
indicated at the bottom the on-screen menu display. Press to view the unit’s current input and setup mode.

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Control Panel (for PDP-502MX)


On this unit there are 4 input system terminals and 2 output system terminals.
There are also CONTROL terminals for connection of PIONEER components with the Î mark.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

– +
R SPEAKER IN OUT IN OUT RS-232C R – L ANALOG
R G B
OUTPUT
8 Ω – 16 Ω (ANALOG
R G B (
AUDIO OUTPUT COMBINATION CONTROL (INPUT 3/4) (INPUT 1/2)
AUDIO INPUT INPUT4

1 SPEAKER (R) terminal 7 AUDIO INPUT (Pin jack)


For connection of an external right speaker. Use to obtain sound when INPUT1 or INPUT2 is
Connect a speaker whose impedance is 8 -16 Ω. selected.
Connect the audio output jack of components
2 AUDIO OUTPUT (Stereo mini jack) connected to INPUT1 or INPUT2 to this unit.
Use to output the audio of the selected source NOTE: The left audio channel (L) jack is not compatible
component connected to this unit to an AV amplifier or with monaural input sources.
similar component.
8 INPUT4
3 COMBINATION IN/OUT For connection of a personal computer (PC) or similar
DO NOT MAKE ANY CONNECTIONS TO THESE component. Make sure that the connection made
TERMINALS. corresponds to the format of the signal output from the
These terminals are used in the factory setup. connected component.
Use the INPUT4 OUTPUT terminal to output the video
4 CONTROL IN/OUT signal to an external monitor or other component.
For connection of PIONEER components that bear the
Note: The video signal will not be output from the
Î mark. Making CONTROL connection enables control
INPUT4 OUTPUT terminal when the main power of this
of this unit as a component in a system.
unit is off or in standby mode.

5 RS-232C
DO NOT MAKE ANY CONNECTIONS TO THIS
TERMINAL.
This terminal is used in the factory setup.

6 AUDIO INPUT (Stereo mini jack)


Use to obtain sound when INPUT3 or INPUT4 is
selected.
Connect the audio output jack of components
connected to INPUT3 or INPUT4 to this unit.

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9 0 - = ~ ! @

– +
Y CB/PB CR/PR 75Ωj2.2kΩ MAIN POWER AC INLET SPEAKER L
G B R HD VD
S-VIDEO Y
INPUT2
C VIDEO OUTPUT OFF ON 8 Ω – 16 Ω
INPUT1(INPUT1)
[ON SYNC] INPUT3 [H/V SYNC]

9 INPUT3 = INPUT1
For connection of components that have RGB or For connection of components that have a composite
component output jacks such as a personal computer, video output jack such as a video deck, video camera,
DVD player, or external RGB decoder. laser disc player, or DVD player.
Use the INPUT1 OUTPUT jack to output the video signal
0 Synchronizing signal impedance selector switch to an external monitor or other component.
Depending on the connections made at INPUT3, it may Note: The video signal will not be output from the INPUT1
be necessary to set this switch to match the output OUTPUT jack when the main power of this unit is off or in
impedance of the connected component’s standby mode.
synchronization signal.
When the output impedance of the component’s ~ MAIN POWER switch
synchronization signal is above 75 Ω, set this switch to Use to switch the main power of the unit on and off.
the 2.2 kΩ position.
! AC INLET
- INPUT2 Use to connect the supplied power cord to an AC outlet.
For connection of components that have an S-video
output jack or Y/C separate video output jacks such as a @ SPEAKER (L) terminal
video deck, video camera, laser disc player, or DVD For connection of an external left speaker. Connect a
player. speaker that has an impedance of 8 -16 Ω.
Note: Do not use both the S-VIDEO jack and the BNC
jacks in parallel. Doing so may cause this unit to
malfunction or become damaged.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

– +
R SPEAKER IN OUT IN OUT RS-232C R – L ANALOG
R G B
OUTPUT
8 Ω – 16 Ω (ANALOG
R G B (
AUDIO OUTPUT COMBINATION CONTROL (INPUT 4) (INPUT 3)
AUDIO INPUT INPUT4

1 SPEAKER (R) terminal 7 AUDIO INPUT (Pin jack)


For connection of an external right speaker. Use to obtain sound when INPUT3 is selected.
Connect a speaker whose impedance is 8 -16 Ω. Connect the audio output jack of components
connected to INPUT3 to these jacks.
2 AUDIO OUTPUT (Stereo mini jack) NOTE: The left audio channel (L) jack is not compatible
Use to output the audio of the selected source with monaural input sources.
component connected to this unit to an AV amplifier or
similar component. 8 INPUT4
For connection of a personal computer (PC). Make sure
3 COMBINATION IN/OUT that the connection made corresponds to the format of
DO NOT MAKE ANY CONNECTIONS TO THESE the signal output from the connected component. Use
TERMINALS. the INPUT4 OUTPUT terminal to output the RGB signal
These terminals are used in the factory setup. to an external monitor or other component.
Note: The RGB signal will not be output from the
4 CONTROL IN/OUT INPUT4 OUTPUT terminal when the main power of this
For connection of PIONEER components that bear the
unit is off or in standby mode.
Î mark. Making CONTROL connection enables control
of this unit as a component in a system.

5 RS-232C
DO NOT MAKE ANY CONNECTIONS TO THIS
TERMINAL.
This terminal is used in the factory setup.

6 AUDIO INPUT (Stereo mini jack)


Use to obtain sound when INPUT4 is selected.
Connect the audio output jack of components
connected to INPUT4 to this jack.

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9 0 - = ~

– +
75Ωj2.2kΩ MAIN POWER AC INLET SPEAKER L
G B R HD VD OFF ON 8 Ω – 16 Ω
[ON SYNC] INPUT3 [H/V SYNC]

9 INPUT3
For connection of a personal computer.

0 Synchronizing signal impedance selector switch


Depending on the connections made at INPUT3, it
may be necessary to set this switch to match the
output impedance of the personal computer’s
synchronization signal.
When the output impedance of the personal
computer’s synchronization signal is above 75 Ω, set
this switch to the 2.2 kΩ position.

- MAIN POWER switch


Use to switch the main power of the unit on and off.

= AC INLET
Use to connect a power cord to an AC outlet.

~ SPEAKER (L) terminal


For connection of an external left speaker. Connect a
speaker that has an impedance of 8 -16 Ω.

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SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT 4
For PDP-502MX Input Mini D-sub 15 pin (socket connector)
General 1 RGB signal (G ON SYNC compatible)
Light emission panel ............ 50 inch plasma display panel RGB ... 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω/no sync.
Number of pixels .............................................. 1280 x 768 HD/CS, VD ... TTL level
/positive and negative polarity
Power supply ............................. AC 100 - 120 V, 50/60 Hz
/2.2 kΩ
Power consumption ................................................ 470 W G ON SYNC
Standby power consumption ................................... 0.6 W ... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync.
External dimensions ........ 1218 (W) x 714 (H) x 98 (D) mm *Compatible with Microsoft’s Plug & Play
............................. 47-31/32 (W) x 28-1/8 (H) x 3-7/8 (D) in. (VESA DDC1/2B)
(when using table top stand) 2 Component video signal
...................................... 1218 (W) x 737 (H) x 300 (D) mm Y ... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync.
..................... 47-31/32 (W) x 29-1/32 (H) x 11-13/16 (D) in. CB/PB, CR/PR
... 0.525 Vp-p/75 Ω
Weight ............................................. 40.3 kg (88 lbs. 14 oz) (75% satulation level)
(including table top stand) ................... 41 kg (90 lbs. 7 oz)
Output Mini D-sub 15 pin connector (socket)
Operating temperature range ..... 0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F)
75 Ω/with buffer
Operating atmospheric pressure range
........................................ 0.8 to 1.1 atmospheric pressure Audio
Input AUDIO INPUT (for INPUT 1/2)
Pin jack (x2)
Input/output
L/R ... 500mVrms/more than 10 kΩ
Video
INPUT 1 AUDIO INPUT (for INPUT 3/4)
Input BNC jack Stereo mini jack
• Composite video signal L/R ... 500mVrms/more than 10 kΩ
1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync.
Output AUDIO OUTPUT
Output BNC jack Stereo mini jack
75 Ω /with buffer L/R ... 500mVrms (max)/less than 5 kΩ
INPUT 2 SPEAKER
Input 1 S terminal (Mini DIN 4 pin) L/R ... 8 – 16 Ω/2W +2W (at 8 Ω)
2 BNC jack (x2)
• Y/C saparate video signal (S2 compatible) Control
Y . . . 1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync. RS-232C ... D-sub 9 pin (pin connector)
C . . . 0.286 Vp-p/75 Ω (NTSC) COMBINATION IN/OUT
0.3 Vp-p/75 Ω (PAL) ... Mini DIN 6 pin (x2)
CONTROL IN/OUT ... monaural mini jack (x2)
INPUT 3
Input BNC jack (x5)
Accessories
1 RGB signal (G ON SYNC compatible)
Power cord ....................................................................... 1
RGB ... 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω/no sync.
Pin/BNC conversion adaptor ............................................ 1
HD/CS, VD ... TTL level
/positive and negative polarity/ Remote control unit ......................................................... 1
75 Ω or 2.2 kΩ Remote control unit case ................................................. 1
(impedance switch) AA (R6/UM-3) batteries .................................................... 2
G ON SYNC ... Cleaning cloth ................................................................... 1
1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync. Speed clamp .................................................................... 2
Bead band ........................................................................ 2
2 Component video signal
Warranty ........................................................................... 1
Y ... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync.
CB/PB, CR/PR Operations Instructions .................................................... 1
... 0.525 Vp-p/75 Ω Display stand .................................................................... 2
(75% satulation level) Washer (large) .................................................................. 2
Washer (small) ................................................................. 2
Hex hole bolt (M8X40) ..................................................... 2
÷ Due to improvements, specifications and design are subject to
change without notice.

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For PDP-502MXE
General Accessories
Light emission panel ............ 50 inch plasma display panel Remote control unit ......................................................... 1
Number of pixels .............................................. 1280 x 768 Remote control unit case ................................................. 1
Power supply ............................ AC 100 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz AA (R6/UM-3) batteries .................................................... 2
Rated current .................................................... 5.4 – 2.2 A Cleaning cloth ................................................................... 1
Standby power consumption ................................... 0.6 W Speed clamp .................................................................... 2
Bead band ........................................................................ 2
External dimensions ........ 1218 (W) x 714 (H) x 98 (D) mm
Operating Instructions...................................................... 1
(when using display stand)
Display stand .................................................................... 2
...................................... 1218 (W) x 737 (H) x 300 (D) mm
Washer (large) .................................................................. 2
Weight .................................................................... 40.3 kg Washer (small) ................................................................. 2
(including display stand) ........................................ 41.0 kg Hex hole bolt (M8X40) ..................................................... 2
Operating temperature range ............................ 0 to 40 °C
÷ Due to improvements, specifications and design are subject to
Operating atmospheric pressure range change without notice.
........................................ 0.8 to 1.1 atmospheric pressure

Input/output Accessories
Video
INPUT 3 RG
VID

B1
EO
ST
AN
/ON DB

Y/C
Y
SC
SIZ RE
E EN
MU
TE

Input BNC jack (x5)


RG VO
B2 L
MEN
U
DISP

SE

RGB signal (G ON SYNC compatible)


T

CU
-V

RGB ... 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω/no sync.


15
4

HD/CS, VD ... TTL level Remote Control Unit


Hex Hole Bolt ×2
/positive and negative polarity/ (CU-V159) (SMZ80H400FZB)
75 Ω or 2.2 kΩ (AXD1446)
(impedance switch)
G ON SYNC ...
1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync.
INPUT 4 AA (R6/UM-3) Batteries ×2
Input Mini D-sub 15 pin (socket connector)
RGB signal (G ON SYNC compatible)
RGB ... 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω/no sync. Cleaning Cloth
Remote Control (AED1174)
HD/CS, VD ... TTL level Unit Case
/positive and negative polarity (AMR3231)
/2.2 kΩ
G ON SYNC
... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync.
*Compatible with Microsoft’s Plug & Play Washer (large) ×2 Washer (small) ×2
(VESA DDC1/2B) (WAX1F200K320) (WB80FZB)

Output Mini D-sub 15 pin (socket connector)


75 Ω/with buffer
Audio Power Cord
Input AUDIO INPUT (for INPUT3) (ADG1178)
Pin jack (x2)
L/R ... 500mVrms/more than 10 kΩ Display Stand ×2 (L= 2 m)
AUDIO INPUT (for INPUT4) (AMR3225)
Stereo mini jack
L/R ... 500mVrms/more than 10 kΩ Bead
Band
Output AUDIO OUTPUT
Stereo mini jack Pin/BNC Conversion
L/R ... 500mVrms (max)/less than 5 kΩ Adaptor
(AKX1052)
SPEAKER Speed
L/R ... 8 – 16 Ω/2W +2W (at 8 Ω) Clamp
PDP-502MX Only
Control Binder Assy (AEC1758)
CONTROL IN/OUT ... monaural mini jack (x2)

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