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DS230/DS234/DX251/DX255

Projector
Service Manual

Version: 00a
Date: 2015/12/28

Update History
Date of issue
2015/12/28

Published by
Mingming Mi

Version
A

Desc.
New version released.

Safety Instructions
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
The chassis of this projector is isolated (COLD) from AC line by using the converter transformer. Primary side of
the converter and lamp power supply unit circuit is connected to the AC line and it is hot, which hot circuit is identified with the line (

) in the schematic diagram. For continued product safety and protection of personnel

injury, servicing should be made with qualified personnel.


The following precautions must be observed.
1:An isolation transformer should be connected in the

DO NOT OPERATE THIS PROJECTOR

power line between the projector and the AC line before

WITHOUT THE PROTECTIVE SHIELD

any service is performed on the projector.

IN POSITION AND PROPERLY SECURED

2:Comply with all caution and safety-related notes

4:Before replacing the cabinet cover, thoroughly

provided on the cabinet back, cabinet bottom, inside

inspect the inside of the cabinet to see that no

the cabinet or on the chassis.

stray parts or tools have been left inside

3:When replacing a chassis in the cabinet, always be

Before returning any projector to the customer,

certain that all the protective devices are installed

the service personnel must be sure it is

properly, such as, control knobs, adjustment covers

completely safe to operate without danger of

or shields, barriers, etc.

electric shock

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of the projector.
Components indicated by mark
in the parts list and the schematic diagram designate components in which
safety can be of special significance. It is, therefore, particularly recommended that replacement of there parts
must be made by exactly the same parts.

SERVICE PERSONNEL WARNING


Eye damage may result from directly viewing the light produced by the lamp used in this equipment. Always
turn off lamp before opening cover .The Ultraviolet radiation eye protection required during this servicing.
Never turn the power on without the lamp to avoid electric-shock or damage of the devices since the stabilizer
generates high voltages (15kV-25kV) at its starts.
Since the lamp is very high temperature during units operation replacement of the lamp should be done at least
45 minutes after the power has been turned off, to allow the lamp cool-off.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ..................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 COMPATIBILITY MODES ........................................................................................................................................................ 5
1.3 PRODUCT OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.4 SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
1.5 CONNECTOR INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................................. 11
CHAPTER 2 MACHINE DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCESS............................................................................................... 14
2.1 TOOLS ............................................................................................................................................................................ 14
2.2 DISASSEMBLY PROCESS ....................................................................................................................................................... 15
CHAPTER 3 TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................................. 22
3.1 LED LIGHTING MESSAGE .................................................................................................................................................... 22
3.2 MAIN PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................................ 23
CHAPTER 4 FUNCTION TEST & ALIGNMENT PROCEDURE........................................................................................................ 27
4.1 SIGNAL TEST (EACH I/O CAN FUNCTION NORMALLY) ................................................................................................................... 27
4.2 OPERATION TEST ............................................................................................................................................................... 27
4.3 IMAGE QUALITY INSPECTION ................................................................................................................................................ 29
4.4 RESOLUTION .................................................................................................................................................................... 33
4.5 FRONT INFRARED SENSOR .................................................................................................................................................... 33
4.6 SAFETY TEST EQUIPMENTS ................................................................................................................................................... 33
4.7 HOW TO ENTER FACTORY MODE ............................................................................................................................................ 34
4.8 COLOR WHEEL INDEX ADJUST ............................................................................................................................................ 366
CHAPTER 5 FIRMWARE UPGRADE .......................................................................................................................................... 37
5.1 SETUP TOOL/EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 37
5.2 UPGRADING PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................... 37
CHAPTER 6 EDID UPGRADE .................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.1 EDID INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.2 EQUIPMENT NEEDED.......................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.3 SETUP PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................................ 46
6.4 EDID KEY-IN PROCEDURE (HDMI) ........................................................................................................................................ 49
APPENDIX A ........................................................................................................................................................................... 51
I EXPLODED OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................................................................... 51

II FRU (FIELD REPLACEABLE UNIT) LIST ................................................................................................................................... 52


APPENDIX B ..........................................................................................................................................!
I SERIAL NUMBER SYSTEM DEFINITION .................................................................................................................................. 56
II PCBA CODE DEFINITION ...................................................................................................................................................... 57
APPENDIX C ........................................................................................................................................................................... 58
RS232 CODE TABLE ................................................................................................................................................................. 58

Chapter1 Introduction
1.1 Technical Specification

Attention for handing

Do not touch the lamp until it has cooled completely, because the lamp is very hot
during operation and immediately after turned off.

The lamp has to be fixed firmly to the base or socket.


Turn off the power supply during maintenance.
Do not hold the lamp except outer surface of the reflector.
Wear protective gloves and eyeglasses when handling the lamp.
Any unusual shock or vibration to the lamp should be avoided.
The lamp contains the mercury. Its breakage might cause mercury to flow out of the
reflector. Please manage provision at the customers product.

Do not pull the lead wire and plug by more than 24.5N.
Please be careful of handling the lamp because it is made of glass.
Please notice for keeping or handling the lamp, because there is a projection of this
lamp with reflector ahead.

Do not touch the bulb and the mirror area of the reflector.
Attention for use

Do not close or cover the lamp with any flammable stuff.


During operation, the lamp is under extremely high pressure. Please manage
provision at the customers product to prevent fragments of bulb and mercury from
flowing out of it. If the lamp bursts in case of an emergency, the sound will be
occurred.

Lamp operation should be with the specified lamp driver and the system only.
Do not look at the lamp directly during operations.
Do not expose your skin directly. We recommend to you to put on something for
protection for your skin. For example, long sleeve shirt, gloves, glassed and so on.

Do not modify the lamp and never use a lamp that has been modified.
Any unusual shock or vibration to the lamp should be avoided during operation.
Do not use any broken lamps.
Dispose of used lamps according to your local instruction.
Do not turn on the lamp while the system is opened.
The lamp contains mercury. If the lamp bursts during operation ventilate the area
sufficiently to avoid inhaling harmful mercury fumes.
Use the lead below 200 to prevent a deterioration of cladding clad of the

fluorocarbon resin.

The lead wire insulation clad shouldnt touch the reflector.


Exchange the lamp that has already passed the life time immediately.
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1.2 Compatibility Modes


1. Supported timing for PC input

The timings showing above may not be supported due to EDID file and VGA graphic card
limitations. It is possible that some timings cannot be chosen.
2. Supported timing for Video input

3. Supported timing for Component-YPbPr input

1.3 Product Overview


Front/Top side

Description

Description

Front IR remote control sensor

Control panel

Elevator foot

Speaker sound holes

Projection lens

Zoom ring

Focus ring

Lamp cover

Ventilation holes

Rear side

#
1

Description
Connection ports

#
2

Description
AC power socket

Bottom side

#
1

Description

Security bar

Description
Ceiling mount holes

Note: 1. This projector can be used with a ceiling mount for support. The ceiling mount is not
included in the package.
2. Contact your dealer for information to mount the projector on a ceiling.
3. When installing the unit, incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed
wiring, or connect the power plug to an easily accessible socket-outlet near the unit. If a
fault should occur during operation of the unit, operate the disconnect device to switch
the power supply off, or disconnect the power plug.
Control Panel

Icon

Function

Description

SOURCE

No function

POWER

Turns the projector on or off

TEMP

Temp Indicator LED

POWER

Power Indicator LED

LAMP

Lamp Indicator LED

1.4 System Block Diagram


For DS230/DX251

For DS234/DX255

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1.5 Connector Information


This section provides each connector location on boards and function of each board. They will be
useful for your detecting the defective boards.
A. Main Board

N 05
No 07

N 06

N 04
No 03

No 02

No 01

Connector

Description

No 1

Connect to AIO Power board(CABLE 5 PIN)

No 2

Fan

No 3

Blower Fan

No 4

Safety switch

No 5

Color Wheel control

No 6

Front IR

No 7

Speaker(only for DS234/DX255)

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B. The back side of Main Board

No 03

No 02

No 01

No 04

Connector

Description

No 1

Connect to AIO Power board(CABLE 9 PIN)

No 2

Thermal sensor

No 3

Color Wheel Sensor

No 4

Connect to Daughter board (only for


DS234/DX255)

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C. AIO Power Board

No 2
No 1

No 3
Connector

Description

No 1

Lamp power supply

No 2

Connected to Main board(CABLE 9 PIN)

No 3

Connected to Main Board (CABLE 5 PIN)

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Chapter 2 Machine Disassembly and Assembly Process


2.1 Tools
Item

Photo

Long Nose Nipper

Hex Sleeves 5mm

Screw Bit(+):107
Screw Bit(+):101
Screw Bit(+):102

Anti-static wrist strap

Anti-static wrist gloves

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2.2 Disassembly Process


Warning

Put on the Static Electricity Ring when starting for repair.


Repair Environment suggest in Clean-room class 10000. Do not remove Optical Engine
or DMD panel outside the clean room. Please return the optical engine to supplier if your
repair condition can not meet the requirement.

While screwing or unscrewing screws, please keep the screwdriver straight. Keeping
screwdriver inclined will damage the screw holes.

Please turn off the power before replacing any parts.


Please wait for the projector lamp cooling down and turn off the power before changing it.
Never touch or hit the lamp module when replacing the lamp.

When you replace the projector lamp, never touch the new lamp with your bare hands.
The invisible residue left by the oil on your hands may shorten the lamp life. Use lint-free
gloves or finger cots are recommended.

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Step

Figure

Description

Press the power button


to shut down the
projector and disconnect
the power cord.
If the lamp is hot, please
do not start any
procedure until the
projector lamp cools
down.

Rotate the focus ring


from left to right slowly.
When hearing a little
snap voice, it indicates
you have loosened the
focus ring. And then pull
it out forward and
horizontally from the
unit.

1. Flip the projector on


the table.
2. Remove the screws*7
on the Bottom cover as
shown.

SCREW

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Step

Figure

4
SCREW

Description
Loosen the screw on
Lamp cover as shown.

Remove the lamp cover

Disconnect lamp cable

Lift up the Top cover


tardilydisconnect the
safty switch and the
Speaker from the main
boardthen raise the top
cover
NoteOnly
DS234/DX255 model
have speaker. so
DS230/DX251 model do
not need disconnect
speaker wire.

Safety switch Wire


Speaker Wire

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Step

Figure

Description

Unscrew all screws as


shown
Note
DS234/DX255 model
need unscrews screws*8
DS230/DX251 model
need unscrews screws*7

SCREW*8
DS234/DX255

SCREW*7
DS230/DX251
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SCREW

Fan
SCREW

1. Remove all screws on


the Main Board and
Blower stage.
2. Disconnect all wires
gently (Including the
two fan modules).
3. Remove the two fan
modules and the Main
Board.
NoteDS234/DX255
model need disconnect
the wire connected
behind the main board.

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Step

Figure

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Description
1. Unscrew the two
screws and the
daughter board.
Note
Only DS234/DX255
model have daughter
board.

SCREW

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1. Unscrew all screws on


the metal sheet.
2. Remove the metal
sheet.
SCREW

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1. Unscrew three screws


on the optical engine.
2. Take out the Optical
Engine module gently.

SCREW

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SCREW

1. Loosen all screws as


shown.
2. Remove the the metal
plate and EMI splinter.

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Step
14

Figure
SCREW

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Description
Unscrew 3 screws as
shownthen remove the
AIO power board

Unscrew the screw then


take off the IR board

SCREW

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Loosen the two screws


and remove the lamp
module from optical
engine.

SCREW

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1. Loosen the three


screws on DMD Board.
2. Remove the heat sink
and DMD Board.

SCREW

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Step

Figure

18

Description
Loosen the two screws,
then remove the
protective cover of color
wheel.

SCREW

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Loosen the two screws


to remove the color
wheel module.

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1.Loosen the two screws


on the Zoom Ring .
2.Remove the Zoom
Ring.

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SCREW

1. Loosen the four


screws on the projector
lens.
2. Remove the projector
lens.

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Chapter 3 Troubleshooting
This chapter provides technicians with electronic background how to maintain the product.
Moreover, you can get the appropriate operation to solve some complicated problems of
component repairing and professional problems.
3.1 LED Lighting Message
Warning
Do not directly look into the lens to avoid eyesight damages.
The projector is equipped with ventilation holes (intake) and ventilation holes (exhaust).
Do not block or place anything near these slots, or internal heat build-up may occur, causing
picture degradation or damage to the projector.
Confirm Software and hardware

(1) Confirm lamp using hours


(2) Confirm LED indicator
The Status Indicator Panel on top of the projector indicates the state of the projector and can help
you troubleshoot.

(3) Confirm cable connection well.


Note: Swapping modules that may be defective with others known to be good is generally an ideal way to
find the module responsible for the problem. A failure symptom is rarely caused by more than one module,
so you will not usually need to replace more than one to correct a particular failure. Whatever main board,
ballast, IR board, power board, lamp module or optical engine are all suitable to check by swapping
modules.

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3.2

Main Procedure

Power Source Troubleshooting:


No Power Source

Fan failure after

after turning on

turning on

NG
Check connector

Replug power cord or


Check fan
connection

replace power cord

OK
Check
Safety Switch

Reconnect fan

NG

Replace fan

NG

Replace Main

OK
NG

Replace Safety Switch


or reinstall lamp cover

Check
Fan

OK
Check LED and
button

NG

OK
NG

Replace button
Check
Main board

board

OK
Check 12 pin
Power output

OK

NG

Check
Fuse

NG

OK

Replace main

Replace AIO

board

power board

Replace fuse

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Fail to light up

Check LED
indication

NG

Refer to LED
indicator and
follow indicative
actions

NG

Replace

OK
Check
Lamp

Lamp Module

OK
Check
Main board

NG

Replace
Main board

OK
Check Power
board 380V output

NG

Replace AIO
Power board

OK
Check CW
Rotation while
power on

NG

Replace
Color Wheel

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Video Signal Troubleshooting


Computer

Video

No Signal

No Signal

Check
Source

NG

Turn on
Source

OK
Check
Cable

NG

Turn on
Source

OK
NG

Replace
Cable

OK
Check monitor
out signal

Check
Source

Check
Cable

NG

Replace
Cable

OK
NG

Replace
Main board

Check
Main board

NG

Replace Main
board

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Image abnormal

Color abnormal

Power on again
and reset OSD

Check input cable


and signal setting

OK
Check input cable
and signal setting

NG

Adjust
Input signal

Input signal

Check Color
Wheel Index

NG

Adjust Color
Wheel Index

OK
NG

Replace
Main board

OK
Check
Optical Engine

Adjust

OK

OK
Check
Main board

NG

Check
Main board

NG

Replace Main
board

OK
NG

Replace
Optical Engine

Check
Optical Engine

NG

Replace
Optical Engine

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Chapter 4 Function Test & Alignment Procedure


After repairing projector (Disassembly and assembly projector), Repair center should verify
the quality of repaired unit.
4.1 Signal test (Each I/O can function normally)
Connect all connector to the jacks one after the other to check whether each channel can
project normally
COMPUTER VGA
I/O port
Test Equipment

Standard Pattern Generator (Ex. Quantum data)

Signal format

SVGA: 800 x 600 /60Hz XGA: 1024 x 768 /60Hz

I/O port

HDMI ( DS230/DX251 without this function )

Test Equipment

HDMI source device (DVD player)

I/O port

Video( DS230/DX251 without this function )

Test Equipment

Standard Pattern generator (Ex. Quantum data) or DVD player

Signal format

NTSC

I/O port

Audio( DS230/DX251 without this function )

Test Equipment

Connect audio input to audio output of DVD player

Signal format

NTSC

I/O port

RS232

Test Equipment

Connect PC

4.2 Operation test


Buttons operation

Button description
Power button

Test criteria
1. Touch power button and projector will power on, and in standby
mode the LED should solid.
2. Touch the power button (Up & Down) should be sensitive
3. The LED indicator lighteness and uniformity normally

Foot adjuster operation

Foot adjuster.
Foot adjuster button

Test criteria
Foot adjusters should stretch downward smoothly by rotate the foot
adjuster feet
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Zoom ring and Focus ring

Ring

Test criteria

Zoom ring

Mechanical motion of rotating Zoom ring to the end of right or left by


hand should be free from getting stuck.

Focus ring

The feeling of rotating Focus ring to the end of right or left by hand
should free from seizing

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4.3 Image Quality Inspection


Projected image size: 60 inches (diagonal length)
Zoom ring: Adjust zoom ring to wide (Maximum projection size)
VGA

I/O port

COMPUTER

Test Equipment

Standard Pattern Generator (Ex. Quantum data)

Signal format

SVGA: 800 x 600 /60Hz XGA: 1024 x 768 /60Hz

Projected image size 60 in diagonal length

TOP SMPTE133
Use to confirm overall image quality.
Verify there is no noise, tint in the gray background, duplicated columns or other general
image abnormalities.
No twinkling pixels allowed.
Verify the 5% box is visible within the black square.
Verify the 95% box is visible within the white square.

RGB Ramps
Use to confirm correct color wheel index delay setting and DMD data line integrity.
Verify proper white, red, green, and blue chromaticity.
Verify transition from dark to light in each ramp is smooth and consistent.
Verify there are no missing parts (vertical black bars) of any ramp due to stuck bits.
Verify there are no light or faded areas in ramps.
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BLUE 60
Use for dark blemish and ghost inspection.
Confirm there are no more than four blemishes darker than Blue 60.
No blemish greater than one inch or 2.54cm in length/diameter is allowed.
Confirm there is no ghosting.
No ghosting is allowed.

GRAY 10
Use for light blemish inspection including bright (stuck ON) pixels.
Confirm there are no more than four visible blemishes brighter than Gray10.
No blemish greater than one inch or 2.54cm in length/diameter is allowed.
Confirm there are no stuck ON (bright) pixels brighter than Gray10.
Confirm there are no flickering pixels.
No more than one bright pixel is allowed in the Pond of Mirrors.
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WHITE
Use for lumens and uniformity measurements, banding adjustment and inspection of
dark (stuck OFF) pixels, minor blemishes.
Confirm there are no more than six total of light and dark blemishes
Confirm no blemish is greater than five inches in length/diameter.
Confirm there are no more than four stuck off pixels.
Verify no banding.
If banding adjustment cant completely eliminate banding use Banding Referee image
to make final determination.

32 Gray Level
Checking Item: Color Gradation
32 level of gray level color should be distinguishable and no defection.

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FOCUS
Use to evaluate focus sharpness and uniformity.
Focus on the center icon. Then adjust focus to achieve best overall focus.
Verify all icons have clear resolution and white space can be seen between the green lines.
Zoom to full Tele (small image) and verify all icons have clear resolution and white space
can be seen between the green lines.

800*600

1024*768
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HDMI

I/O port

HDMI( DS230/DX251 without this function )

Test Equipment

HDMI source device, standard Pattern generator or DVD player

Criteria

No apparent color deviation on the projected image

4.4 Resolution
I/O port

VGA

Test Equipment

PC

Test Method

1. Rotate Zoom ring to wide mode (Maximum projected image)


2. Fix projector to set diagonal length of projected image to 60.
3. Adjust focus ring to make resolution of 4 corners and center
are balanced.
4. Check he characters should be recognized easily.
5. Rotate Zoom ring to tele mode (Minimum projected image)
6. Adjust focus ring to make resolution of 4 corners and center
are balanced.
7. Check the characters should be recognized easily.

4.5 Front infrared sensor


Device

Front infrared

Test Equipment

Remote controller

Test method and Criteria

Operate remote controller to test front sensor is normal

4.6 Safety test equipments


Test items

Safety test

Test Equipment

Safety analyzer

Test method

1. Clamp the screw near the RS232 connector


2. Plug the power cord to socket

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Test criteria

GND 30A 3sec 100m


DCW 2506V 1sec 10mA
Single Step OFF

4.7 How to enter factory mode


Warning
Please dont set any sub-menu of factory menu that doesnt refer to in this Service Manual. It
may cause damage to the projector.
(1) Press Menu button to open the Main menu.
(2) Move the highlight bar to SYSTEM SETUP: Advanced item.

(3) Press the DOWN into the selected sub-Menu.


(4) Move down the highlight bar to Reset All Settings item.
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(5) Press below keys in order will into the Engineering Menu:
Right once Left twice Right three times Left four times

NOTE: Finish them by remote control.

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4.8 Color Wheel Index Adjust


Step 1: Test Image: 256 level RGB.

Step 2: Enter the Engineering Mode.

Step 3: 1. Move the highlight bar to the CW index delay.


2. Press the button (Right or Left) with Remote control to adjust the value of CW Index.
3. Notice the changing of color till the RGB colors are distinguishable.
NOTE:
1. The CW Index of each CW is not all the same.
2. Adjusting the CW Index till the R, G, B colors are distinguishable will be fine.

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Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade


This provides the information regarding relevant equipments and upgrading procedure for
firmware upgrade.
Purpose:
Flash Loader vX.X.exe flash loader is for upgrading image file to projector and is be designed to
execute on Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows Vista/Win 7.
Note:
Please check the firmware version before any firmware upgrade procedures. During firmware
download period, please do not shut down PC or projector, this will cause flash memorys damage.
And need to return the unit to manufacturer for flash memory recovery.

5.1 Setup Tool/Equipment


Computer
Power Cord
USB Cable

5.2 Upgrading Procedure

1) Upgrading the Firmware on the Unit


To update the firmware on your projector, you first need to install the Firmware Update Utility
software DPL Composer Lite v11.0.2 on your PC.
Open Windows Explorer, locate the DLP Composer Lite v11.0.2 Setup, and then double-click the
file.

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Verify you have opened the DPL Composer , then click Next >

Once you have read the License Agreement and agree, select the I Agree radio button , then click
Next >.

In the box of Readme Information, after read click Next>

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Select which features you would like to install, and then click Next>

Click Next> to begin installation

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Youll see a progress bar as the DLP Composer is installed

Once the installation is complete, select Finish.

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The DLP Composer Icon will appear on desktop of WindowsTM after successful installation.

2) Upgrade the firmware on the projector


To update firmware, you need a USB type A to USB type B cable (available at any electronics
store). Dont connect the cable until these instructions tell you to do so.
IMPORTANT! While the firmware is being downloaded to the projector, do not shut down the
computer or projector or disconnect the USB cable. This could result in flash memory damage,
requiring the projector to be returned for service.

Firmware upgrade procedure:


1. Copy FlashDeviceParameters.txt and dlplite.hix to C:\Program Files\DLP Composer Lite
11.0.2 double-click the DLP Composer(TM) Lite 11.0.2

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2. Choice Edit > Preference, Choice Communications then set Projector Interface > USB, make
sure USB Device Identification Vendor is 0x451 and Product code is 0x2000

3. Close the Composer , executeInstall DLP Device Drivers


Please click the Install DLP Device Drivers (as below graphic) to install USB Driver.

4.After launch DLP Device Drivers installer, please select "Microsoft WinUsb" when the operating
system is Windows 7 (as graphic below) or select "Jungo WinDriver (WinXP)" when operating
system is Windows XP (as graphic below). Then follow on screen instruction to install DLP Device
Drive.
On Windows 7

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On Windows XP

5.In Windows XP, select install and then click next

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6.Select Y

7.Finish DLP Device Driver installation,then click

8. Open the DLP Composer(TM) Lite 11.0.2, execute 8-1~8-7


8-1 Choice Flash Loader
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8-2 Flash Image File choice D:\XXX.img


8-3 Select Complete Image Download, Click Skip Pico HW Binary select 128KB
8-4 Connect PC USB port to projector USB port
8-5 Press POWER button constantly then plug the Power Cord after around 5 seconds, the
power LED will become red light and TEMP/LAMP LED red/flash light, that indicates the
unit is in the download mode, at this moment, you can release Power button.
8-6 Click Reset Bus firstly to check if USB connects well
8-7 Press Start Download to begin upgraded.
9. When the update is complete, click Yes.
10. Disconnect the USB cable.
11. Disconnect the projectors AC power cable, then reconnect it

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Chapter 6 EDID Upgrade


6.1 EDID Introduction

EDID: Extended Display Identification Data


Content :
1. Head : 00h, FFh, FFh, FFh, FFh, FFh, FFh,00h
2. Vendor/Product identification
a. ID Manufacturer name(2 bytes)
b. ID Product code(2 bytes)
c. ID Serial number (4 bytes)
d. Week of Manufacture1byte
e. Year of manufacture (1byte)
3. ID Structure Version/Revision
4. Basic Display Parameters/Features
5. color Characteristics
6. Established Timing
7. Standard Timing Identification
8. Detailed Timing Description
9. Extension Flag and Checksum

6.2 Equipment Needed

PC with DDC(Display Data Channel) card


HDMI cable

6.3 Setup Procedure


Hardware Installation Instructions
1. Turn off any devices (printer, display modem) that connects to your computer
2. Turn off the computer
3. Disconnect all cables from the rear of the computer
4. Remove the cover from the computer
5. D8330 card could go into ant unused PCI slot on the computer motherboard. Make sure
the card is fully inserted into the PCI slot
6. Slide the cover back over the computer
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7. Reconnect all the cable back. Connect the D8330 interface cable to D8330 card and turn
computer power on.
8. Cable connection legend

VGA Cable
DDC Monitor
D8330

DDC Test
Cable

Fan1

*The female connecter of DDC Cable link to test monitor, keep male connecter free.
Software Installation Instruction
Notice: Following display is come from Win 2000 English version. User could see corresponding
display in other language version of Windows but message show by different language.
1. Put the software CD-ROM into CD-ROM driver and install the D8330 software..
2. Install the hardware driver
a. After install the D8330 card, the next time turn on the computer you would see the screen tell
you had a new hardware device.

b. It need install the D8330 driver.

Run Windows Device manager

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c. Update the driver program

d. Input driver program by CD-Rom driver.

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a. Choose corresponds version driver file and installation

If installation successful, user could check it in device manager to see Display Data Channel
Board free build

6.4 EDID key-in Procedure (VGA&HDMI)


1. Connect projector RS232/ EDID (VGA&HDMI) cable to PC
2. Press POWER button constantly then plug the Power Cord after around 5 seconds, the
power LED will become red light and TEMP/LAMP LED red/flash light, that indicates the
unit is in the download mode, at this moment, you can release Power button.

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3. OpenWinDDC, select the right EDID file, and press

, use Barcode to input the data

(like serious number) and write it to monitor DDC IC by DDC 2B mode. The system would
check the length of input data, it would show PASS like next screen.

If the data length is not correct, it would show the NG screen.

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Appendix A
I Exploded Overview

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II FRU (Field Replaceable Unit) List


Introduction
This section is a list of all the FRU removal. Following the FRU table of contents is an enlarged
view of the entire projector, which shows the primary FRUs in the projector.
When working on the projector, use appropriate anti-static precautions such as anti-static mats,
wrist straps and grounded work surfaces. Failure to do this can destroy static-sensitive
components and make the product inoperable.
CATEGORY

PART NAME

DESCRIPTION

Vivitek PART
NO.

MAIN BOARD

MAIN BOARD for DS230

XX5040002000

MAIN BOARD

MAIN BOARD for DS234

XX5040002100

MAIN BOARD

MAIN BOARD for DX251

XX5040002200

MAIN BOARD

MAIN BOARD for DX255

XX5040002300

AIO POWER
BOARD

AIO POWER BOARD


for DS230

XX4900000100

AIO POWER
BOARD

AIO POWER BOARD


for DS234

XX4900000200

AIO POWER
BOARD

AIO POWER BOARD


for DX251

XX4900000300

AIO POWER
BOARD

AIO POWER BOARD


for DX255

XX4900000400

DMD BOARD

DMD BOARD

XX5040002400

IR
BOARD(Front )

IR BOARD (Front )

XX5040002500

CW SENSOR
BOARD

CW SENSOR BOARD

XX5040002600

DAUGHTER
BOARD

DAUGHTER BOARD
For DS234/DX255

XX5040002700

BOARD

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CABLE
SEFTY SWITCH

WIRE- TOP COVER TO MB

XX3670000900

FIR WIRE

WIRE 4 PIN - FIR -MB

XX3670001000

BALLAST
CONTROL

CABLE 5PIN - AIO POWER


TO MB

XX3670001100

POWER
CONTROL

CABLE 9 PIN - AIO POWER


TO MB

XX3670001200

CW WIRE

WIRE 3 PIN - CW SENSOR


TO MB

XX3670001300

THERMAL
SWITCH

THERMAL SWITCH

XX3670001400

LIGHT WIRE

CABLE 2 PIN - AIO POWER


TO LAMP

XX3670001500

TOP COVER

TOP COVER

XX3390000100

BOTTOM
COVER

BOTTOM COVER
For DS230/DX251

XX3390000300

BOTTOM
COVER

BOTTOM COVER
For DS234/DX255

PEW84-4510

LAMP COVER

LAMP COVER

XX3390000200

ZOOM RING

ZOOM RING

XX3390000400

FOCUS RING

FOCUS RING

XX3390000500

REMOTE
CONTROL

REMOTE CONTROL
WITHOUT/B

XX5040001900

OPTICAL
ENGINE BODY

OPTICAL ENGINE BODY

XX5040002800

CASE/COVER/BRACKET ASSEMBLY

DIGITAL LIGHT DEVICE

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LAMP MODULE

LAMP MODULE- PHILIPS


E20.9 203W

XX5050000500

DMD CHIP

DMD-0.55 SVGA
For DS230/DS234

XX5050000300

DMD CHIP

DMD-0.55XGA
For DX251/DX255

PFE84-2700

COLOR WHEEL
MODULE

COLOR WHEEL MODULE

XX3790000200

LENS

LENS

XX5050000400

BLOWER FAN 1

OPTICAL ENGINE FAN

XX3620000300

FAN

FAN MODULE

XX3620000200

Speaker

Speaker

XX3790000300

SCREW

SCREW-WASHER_TP_2_4_
D_1_D=3.2_ZN_NONE_SUS
_ROHS

XX3100002800

SCREW

SCREW-WASHER_TP_3_8_
D_2_D=5.5_NI_NONE_SUS_
ROHS

XX3100002900

SCREW

SCREW-WASHER_TP_3_10
_D_7_D=5.3_ZN_NONE_SU
S_ROHS

XX3100003000

SCREW

SCREW-WASHER_TP_3_6_
D_2.6_D=5.4_ZN_NONE_SU
S_ROHS

XX3100003100

FAN

Speaker

SCREW

SCREW-WASHER_M_4_6_A
SCREW

_2.6_D=7_ZN_NONE_SUS_
ROHS

XX3100003200

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SCREW

SCREW_M_3_5_D_2_D=5.5
_NI_NONE_ROHS

XX3100003300

SCREW

HEXAGON-HEAT-BOLT_TPD
-X570_00_ROHS

XX3100003400

SCREW

SCREW_M_3_8.0_E_1.5_D=
5.0_BLACK_NL_ROHS

XX3100003500

SCREW

SCREW_M_3_7_E_1.2_D=5.
3_BLACK_NONE_ROHS

XX3100003600

SCREW

SCREW._TP_3_10_A_2_D=5
.5_NI_NONE_ROHS

XX3100003700

SCREW

SCREW-MB-670H_EMS-DX5
40_01_NO PAINTING_ROHS

XX3100003800

SCREW

SCREW_M_2_3_E_0.4_D=3
_BLACK_NONE_ROHS

XX3100003900

FOOT SCREW

FOOT_SCREW2_IPD-S5002
_00_NO PAINTING_ROHS

XX3100004000

FOOT SCREW

FOOT_SCREW_MPD-X7000
_01_NO PAINTING_ROHS

XX3100004100

FOOT-RUBBER

FOOT-RUBBER_IPD-X563_A
A_NO PAINTING_ROHS

XX3100004200

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Appendix B
I Serial Number System Definition
Serial Number Format for Projector

DS230

35

0001

: F = FOXCONN
: DS230= Part Number
: 5 = Date CodeYear,EX:2015=5,2016=6
: 35 = Date Code (week, EX: the thirty-five week of the year = 35)
: 0001 = Serial Numbers

EX: FDS2305350001
This label represents the serial number for DS230. It is produced at FOXCONN on
thirty-five week of 2015. Its serial code is 0001.

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II PCBA code Definition


Serial Number Format for PCBA

PH1

11

00001

A0

: PH1 = Hon Hai Model Code


: A = Firmware Version Code
: C = Date CodeYear,EX:2012=C,2014=E,2015=F
: 11 = Date Code (month and day,EX:1.1=11,10.12=AC)
: 00001 = Serial Numbers
:A0=PCBA Version Code

EX: PFDAFAL00001A0
This label represents the serial number for DS230 PCBA. It is produced on 10/21.2015. Its
F/W Version is A. Its serial code is 00001.The PCBA Version is A

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Appendix C
RS232 Code table
1. Connection:
Below shows the illustration of connection between PC and Projector.

<CAUTION>
Make sure that your computer and projector are turned off before connection.
Power on the computer first, and then plug the power cord of the projector.
(It may cause Com port incorrect function, if you do not follow this instruction)

Adapters may be necessary depending on the PC connected to this projector. Please contact with your
dealer for further details.

2. RS232 Setting

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