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Plasma Television
Model No. TX-P42X20B
TX-P42X20E
TX-P42X20L
TX-P42X25E
TX-P42X25ES
TX-PF42X20
GPH13DE Chassis

Panasonic Corporation 2010.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE PAGE
1 Safety Precautions -----------------------------------------------3 11.4. Wiring (3) -------------------------------------------------- 40
1.1. General Guidelines ----------------------------------------3 12 Schematic Diagram -------------------------------------------- 41
1.2. Touch-Current Check--------------------------------------3 12.1. Schematic Diagram Note ------------------------------ 41
2 Warning --------------------------------------------------------------4 12.2. P-Board (1/4) Schematic Diagram ------------------ 42
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) 12.3. P-Board (2/4) Schematic Diagram ------------------ 43
to Electrostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices ----------4 12.4. P-Board (3/4) Schematic Diagram ------------------ 44
2.2. About lead free solder (PbF) ----------------------------5 12.5. P-Board (4/4) Schematic Diagram ------------------ 45
3 Service Navigation------------------------------------------------6 12.6. A-Board (1/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 46
3.1. PCB Layout --------------------------------------------------6 12.7. A-Board (2/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 47
3.2. Applicable signals ------------------------------------------7 12.8. A-Board (3/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 48
4 Specifications ------------------------------------------------------8 12.9. A-Board (4/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 49
5 Technical Descriptions---------------------------------------- 10 12.10. A-Board (5/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 50
5.1. Specification of KEY for CI Plus, DTCP-IP and 12.11. A-Board (6/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 51
One-to-One ------------------------------------------------ 10 12.12. A-Board (7/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 52
6 Service Mode ----------------------------------------------------- 11 12.13. A-Board (8/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 53
6.1. How to enter into Service Mode ---------------------- 11 12.14. A-Board (9/19) Schematic Diagram----------------- 54
6.2. Option - Mirror--------------------------------------------- 13 12.15. A-Board (10/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 55
6.3. Service tool mode ---------------------------------------- 13 12.16. A-Board (11/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 56
6.4. Hotel mode------------------------------------------------- 14 12.17. A-Board (12/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 57
6.5. Data Copy by SD Card --------------------------------- 15 12.18. A-Board (13/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 58
7 Troubleshooting Guide---------------------------------------- 18 12.19. A-Board (14/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 59
7.1. Check of the IIC bus lines------------------------------ 18 12.20. A-Board (15/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 60
7.2. Power LED Blinking timing chart --------------------- 19 12.21. A-Board (16/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 61
7.3. No Power--------------------------------------------------- 20 12.22. A-Board (17/19) and K-Board Schematic
7.4. No Picture -------------------------------------------------- 21 Diagram ---------------------------------------------------- 62
7.5. Local screen failure -------------------------------------- 22 12.23. A-Board (18/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 63
8 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions --------------- 23 12.24. A-Board (19/19) Schematic Diagram --------------- 64
8.1. Remove the Rear cover -------------------------------- 23 12.25. C1-Board Schematic Diagram ----------------------- 65
8.2. Remove the AC inlet ------------------------------------ 23 12.26. C2-Board Schematic Diagram ----------------------- 66
8.3. Remove the P-Board ------------------------------------ 23 12.27. SN-Board (1/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 67
8.4. Remove the Side terminal cover and Side 12.28. SN-Board (2/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 68
shield metal ------------------------------------------------ 23 12.29. SN-Board (3/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 69
8.5. Remove the Tuner unit --------------------------------- 24 12.30. SN-Board (4/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 70
8.6. Remove the A-Board ------------------------------------ 24 12.31. SN-Board (5/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 71
8.7. Remove the Speakers ---------------------------------- 24 12.32. SN-Board (6/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 72
8.8. Remove the SN-Board---------------------------------- 24 12.33. SN-Board (7/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 73
8.9. Remove the SS-Board ---------------------------------- 25 12.34. SN-Board (8/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 74
8.10. Remove the Hanger metals and the Stand 12.35. SN-Board (9/9) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 75
brackets----------------------------------------------------- 25 12.36. SS-Board (1/2) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 76
8.11. Remove the C1-Board ---------------------------------- 25 12.37. SS-Board (2/2) Schematic Diagram ---------------- 77
8.12. Remove the C2-Board ---------------------------------- 25 13 Printed Circuit Board------------------------------------------ 78
8.13. Remove the Plasma panel section from the 13.1. P-Board ---------------------------------------------------- 78
Cabinet assy (glass)------------------------------------- 26 13.2. K-Board ---------------------------------------------------- 81
8.14. Remove the Glass holders ---------------------------- 26 13.3. A-Board ---------------------------------------------------- 82
8.15. Remove the K-Board ------------------------------------ 26 13.4. C1-Board--------------------------------------------------- 84
8.16. Replace the plasma panel ----------------------------- 27 13.5. C2-Board--------------------------------------------------- 85
9 Measurements and Adjustments -------------------------- 28 13.6. SN-Board -------------------------------------------------- 86
9.1. Adjustment ------------------------------------------------- 28 13.7. SS-Board -------------------------------------------------- 88
10 Block Diagram --------------------------------------------------- 33 14 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List----------- 91
10.1. Main Block Diagram ------------------------------------- 33 14.1. Exploded View and Mechanical Replacement
10.2. Block (1/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 34 Parts List --------------------------------------------------- 91
10.3. Block (2/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 35 14.2. Electrical Replacement Parts List ------------------- 99
10.4. Block (3/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 36
10.5. Block (4/4) Diagram ------------------------------------- 37
11 Wiring Connection Diagram --------------------------------- 39
11.1. Caution statement.--------------------------------------- 39
11.2. Wiring (1) --------------------------------------------------- 39
11.3. Wiring (2) --------------------------------------------------- 39

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1 Safety Precautions
1.1. General Guidelines
1. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
2. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
3. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.
4. When servicing, observe the original lead dress. If a short circuit is found, replace all parts which have been overheated or
damaged by the short circuit.
5. After servicing, see to it that all the protective devices such as insulation barriers, insulation papers shields are properly
installed.
6. After servicing, make the following leakage current checks to prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.

1.2. Touch-Current Check


1. Plug the AC cord directly into the AC outlet. Do not use an isolation transformer for this check.
2. Connect a measuring network for touch currents between each exposed metallic part on the set and a good earth ground
such as a water pipe, as shown in Figure 1.
3. Use Leakage Current Tester (Simpson 228 or equivalent) to measure the potential across the measuring network.
4. Check each exposed metallic part, and measure the voltage at each point.
5. Reserve the AC plug in the AC outlet and repeat each of the above measure.
6. The potential at any point (TOUGH CURRENT) expressed as voltage U1 and U2, does not exceed the following values:
For a. c.: U1 = 35 V (peak) and U2 = 0.35 V (peak);
For d. c.: U1 = 1.0 V,
Note:
The limit value of U2 = 0.35 V (peak) for a. c. and U1 = 1.0 V for d. c. correspond to the values 0.7 mA (peak) a. c. and 2.0
mA d. c.
The limit value U1 = 35 V (peak) for a. c. correspond to the value 70 mA (peak) a. c. for frequencies greater than 100 kHz.
7. In case a measurement is out of the limits specified, there is a possibility of a shock hazard, and the equipment should be
repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.

Figure 1

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2 Warning
2.1. Prevention of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Electrostatically
Sensitive (ES) Devices
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily by static electricity. Such components commonly are called Elec-
trostatically Sensitive (ES) Devices. Examples of typical ES devices are integrated circuits and some field-effect transistors and
semiconductor [chip] components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce the incidence of component damage
caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any ESD on your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available discharging ESD wrist strap,
which should be removed for potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under test.
2. After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ES devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as alumi-
num foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or exposure of the assembly.
3. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder ES devices.
4. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as [anti-static (ESD protected)] can
generate electrical charge sufficient to damage ES devices.
5. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ES devices.
6. Do not remove a replacement ES device from its protective package until immediately before you are ready to install it. (Most
replacement ES devices are packaged with leads electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or compara-
ble conductive material).
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ES device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution
Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit, and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged replacement ES devices. (Otherwise ham less motion such as the brush-
ing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity (ESD) sufficient
to damage an ES device).

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2.2. About lead free solder (PbF)
Note: Lead is listed as (Pb) in the periodic table of elements.
In the information below, Pb will refer to Lead solder, and PbF will refer to Lead Free Solder.
The Lead Free Solder used in our manufacturing process and discussed below is (Sn+Ag+Cu).
That is Tin (Sn), Silver (Ag) and Copper (Cu) although other types are available.

This model uses Pb Free solder in its manufacture due to environmental conservation issues. For service and repair work, wed
suggest the use of Pb free solder as well, although Pb solder may be used.

PCBs manufactured using lead free solder will have the PbF within a leaf Symbol PbF stamped on the back of PCB.
Caution
Pb free solder has a higher melting point than standard solder. Typically the melting point is 50 ~ 70 F (30~40 C) higher. Please
use a high temperature soldering iron and set it to 700 20 F (370 10 C).
Pb free solder will tend to splash when heated too high (about 1100 F or 600 C).
If you must use Pb solder, please completely remove all of the Pb free solder on the pins or solder area before applying Pb sol-
der. If this is not practical, be sure to heat the Pb free solder until it melts, before applying Pb solder.
After applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess solder which may flow onto the
opposite side. (see figure below)

Suggested Pb free solder


There are several kinds of Pb free solder available for purchase. This product uses Sn+Ag+Cu (tin, silver, copper) solder. How-
ever, Sn+Cu (tin, copper), Sn+Zn+Bi (tin, zinc, bismuth) solder can also be used.

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3 Service Navigation
3.1. PCB Layout

Board Name Function Board Name Function


P Power Supply K Remote receiver, Power LED, C.A.T.S. sensor
A DC-DC Converter, Tuner C1 Data Driver (Lower Right)
Speaker out, AV Terminal, HDMI in, SD Card C2 Data Driver (Lower Left)
Digital Signal Processor, PEAKS-sLD SN Scan Drive
Format Converter, Plasma AI, Sub-Field Processor SS Sustain Drive
Key Switch, Power Switch

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3.2. Applicable signals
COMPONENT (Y, PB, PR), HDMI
* Mark: Applicable input signal for Component (Y, PB, PR) and HDMI

Signal name COMPONENT HDMI


525 (480) / 60i * *
525 (480) / 60p * *
625 (576) / 50i * *
625 (576) / 50p * *
750 (720) / 60p * *
750 (720) / 50p * *
1,125 (1,080) / 60i * *
1,125 (1,080) / 50i * *
1,125 (1,080) / 60p *
1,125 (1,080) / 50p *
1,125 (1,080) / 24p *

PC (from HDMI terminal)


Applicable input signal for PC is basically compatible to HDMI standard timing.

Signal name Horizontal frequency (kHz) Vertical frequency (Hz)


640 480 @60 Hz 31.47 60.00
750 (720) / 60p 45.00 60.00
1,125 (1,080) / 60p 67.50 60.00

Note
Signals other than above may not be displayed properly.
The above signals are reformatted for optimal viewing on your display.
PC signal is magnified or compressed for display, so that it may not be possible to show fine detail with sufficient clarity.

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4 Specifications
Power Source AC 220-240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
Power Consumption 215 W
Power Consumption in Standby mode 0.4 W (Without monitor out recording)
15 W (With monitor out recording)
Display panel
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Visible screen size 106 cm (diagonal)
922 mm (W) 518 mm (H)
Number of pixels 786,432 (1,024 (W) 768 (H)) [3,072 768 dots]
Sound
Speaker 160 mm 40 mm 2 pcs, 6
Audio Output 20 W ( 10 W + 10 W )
Headphones M3 (3.5 mm) stereo mini Jack 1
Receiving Systems / Band name (B only)
PAL I : UHF E21-68
PAL 525/60 : Playback of NTSC tape from some PAL Video recorders (VCR)
or NTSC disc playback from DVD player and recorder.
DVB-T : Digital terrestrial services via UHF aerial input.
M.NTSC : Playback from M.NTSC Video recorders (VCR).
NTSC (AV input only) : Playback from NTSC Video recorders (VCR).
Receiving Systems / Band name (expect B)
PAL B, G, H, I, SECAM B, G, SECAM L, L
VHF E2 - E12 VHF H1 - H2 (ITALY)
VHF A - H (ITALY) UHF E21 - E69
CATV (S01 - S05) CATV S1 - S10 (M1 - M10)
CATV S11 - S20 (U1 - U10) CATV S21 - S41 (Hyperband)
PAL D, K, SECAM D, K
VHF R1 - R2 VHF R3 - R5
VHF R6 - R12 UHF E21 - E69
PAL 525/60 Playback of NTSC tape from some PAL Video recorders (VCR)
M.NTSC Playback from M. NTSC Video recorders (VCR)
NTSC (AV input only) Playback from NTSC Video recorders (VCR)
DVB-T Digital terrestrial services (MPEG2 and MPEG4-AVC(H.264))
DVB-C Digital cable services (MPEG2 and MPEG4-AVC(H.264))
Countries that DVB-C is available: Germany, Switzerland,
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Netherlands
Check the latest information on the available services at the following website. (English only)
http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/
Aerial - input UHF (B only), VHF / UHF (expect B)
Operating Conditions
Temperature: 0 C - 35 C
Humidity: 20 % - 80 % RH (non-condensing)
Connection Terminals
AV1 (Scart terminal) 21 Pin terminal (Audio/Video in, Audio/Video out, RGB in, Q-Link)
AV2 (Scart terminal) 21 Pin terminal (Audio/Video in, Audio/Video out, RGB in, S-Video in, Q-Link)
AV3
VIDEO RCA PIN Type 1 1.0 V [p-p] (75 )
AUDIO L - R RCA PIN Type 2 0.5 V [rms]
COMPONENT
VIDEO Y 1.0 V [p-p] (including synchronization)
PB, PR 0.35 V [p-p]
AUDIO L - R RCA PIN Type 2 0.5 V [rms]
Others
HDMI1 / 2 / 3 TYPE A Connectors
HDMI1 / 3 : HDMI (Version 1.3a with x.v.Colour.)
HDMI2 : HDMI (Version 1.4 with Audio Return Channel) and
HDMI (Version 1.3a with x.v.Colour.)
This TV supports [ HDAVI Control 5 ] function.
Card slot SD Card slot 1
Common Interface slot 1
Output
AUDIO L - R RCA PIN Type 2 0.5 V [rms] (high impedance)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT PCM / Dolby Digital / DTS, Fiber optic
Dimensions (W H D) 1,029 mm 704 mm 334 mm (With Pedestal)
1,029 mm 661 mm 93 mm (TV only)

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Mass 26.0 kg Net (With Pedestal)
24.0 kg Net (TV only)

Note
Design and Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and Dimensions shown are approximate.
This equipment complies with the EMC standards listed below.
EN55013, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, EN55020.

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5 Technical Descriptions
5.1. Specification of KEY for CI Plus, DTCP-IP and One-to-One
5.1.1. General information:
1. EEPROM (IC8950) for spare parts has the seed of KEY for each.
2. The final KEY data will be generated by Peaks IC (IC8001) when SELF CHECK was done and are stored in both Peaks IC
(IC8001) and EEPROM (IC8950).
Three KEY are not generated for all models.
The necessary KEY are only generated and stored depend on the feature of models.

5.1.2. Replacement of ICs:


When Peaks IC (IC8001) is replaced, EEPROM (IC8950) should be also replaced with new one the same time.
When EEPROM (IC8950) is replaced, Peaks IC (IC8001) is not necessary to be replaced the same time.
After the replacement of IC, SELF CHECK should be done to generate the final KEY data.
How to SELF CHECK: While pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [MENU] button on the remote control for more
than 3 seconds.
TV will be forced to the factory shipment setting after this SELF CHECK.

5.1.3. Model and Keys:

Model No. Keys


CI Plus DTCP-IP One-to-One
(For USB Rec.)
TX-P42X20B None None None
TX-P42X20E Yes None None
TX-P42X20L Yes None None
TX-P42X25E Yes None None
TX-P42X25ES Yes None None
TX-PF42X20 None None None

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6 Service Mode
6.1. How to enter into Service Mode
While pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button of the main unit, press [0] button of the remote control three times within 2 seconds.

6.1.1. Key command


[1] button...Main items Selection in forward direction
[2] button...Main items Selection in reverse direction
[3] button...Sub items Selection in forward direction
[4] button...Sub items Selection in reverse direction
[RED] button...All Sub items Selection in forward direction
[GREEN] button...All Sub items Selection in reverse direction
[VOL] button...Value of sub items change in forward direction ( + ), in reverse direction ( - )

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6.1.2. Contents of adjustment mode
Value is shown as a hexadecimal number.
Preset value differs depending on models.
After entering the adjustment mode, take note of the value in each item before starting adjustment.

6.1.3. How to exit


Switch off the power with the [POWER] button on the main unit or the [POWER] button on the remote control.

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6.2. Option - Mirror
Picture can be reversed left and right or up and down.
00 : Default (Normal picture is displayed)
01 : Picture is reversed left and right.
02 : Picture is reversed up and down.

Hint : If the defective symptom (e.g. Vertical bar or Horizontal bar) is moved by selection of this mirror, the possible cause is in
A-board.

6.3. Service tool mode


6.3.1. How to access
1. Select [SRV-TOOL] in Service Mode.
2. Press [OK] button on the remote control.

6.3.2. Display of SOS History


SOS History (Number of LED blinking) indication.
From left side; Last SOS, before Last, three occurrence before, 2nd occurrence after shipment, 1st occurrence after shipment.
This indication will be cleared by [Self-check indication and forced to factory shipment setting].

6.3.3. POWER ON Time, On/Off


Note : To display TIME/COUNT menu, highlight position, then press MUTE for 3sec.
Time : Cumulative power on time, indicated hour : minute by decimal
On/Off : Number of On/Off switching by decimal
Note : This indication will not be cleared by either of the self-checks or any other command.

6.3.4. Exit
1. Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet or switch off the power with [ Power ] button on the main unit.

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6.4. Hotel mode
1. Purpose
Restrict a function for hotels. item Function
2. Access command to the Hotel mode setup menu Hotel Mode Select hotel mode ON/OFF
In order to display the Hotel mode setup menu, please Initial INPUT Select input signal modes.
enter the following command (within 2 second). Set the input, when each time power is switched
[TV] : Vol. [Down] + [REMOTE] : AV (3 times) on.
Selection :
Off/DVB-C/DVB-T/Analog/AV1/AV2/AV2S/AV3/
Then, the Hotel mode setup menu is displayed. COMPONENT/HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3
Off: give priority to a last memory. However,
Euro model is compulsorily set to TV.
AVnS/AVnC: only Euro model selectable
PC: selectable with VGA option
Initial POS Select programme number.
Selection :
Off/0 to 99
Off: give priority to a last memory
Initial VOL level Adjust the volume when each time power is
switched on.
Selection/Range :
Off/0 to 100
Off: give priority to a last memory
Maximum VOL Adjust maximum volume.
level Range :
0 to 100
Button lock Select local key conditions.
3. To exit the Hotel mode setup menu Selection :
Disconnect AC power cord from wall outlet. Off/SETUP/MENU/ALL
Off: altogether valid
4. Explain the Hotel mode setup menu
SETUP: only F-key is invalid
(Tuning guide(menu) can not be selected.)
MENU: only F-key is invalid
(only Volume/Mute can be selected.)
ALL: altogether invalid.
Remote lock Select remote control key conditions.
Selection :
Off/SETUP/MENU
Off: altogether valid
SETUP: only Setup menu is invalid
MENU: Picture/Sound/Setup menu are invalid

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6.5. Data Copy by SD Card
6.5.1. Purpose
(a) Board replacement (Copy the data when exchanging A-board):
When exchanging A-board, the data in original A-board can be copied to SD card and then copy to new A-board.

(b) Hotel (Copy the data when installing a number of units in hotel or any facility):
When installing a number of units in hotel or any facility, the data in master TV can be copied to SD card and then copy to other
TVs.

6.5.2. Preparation
Make pwd file as startup file for (a) or (b) in a empty SD card.
1. Insert a empty SD card to your PC.
2. Right-click a blank area in a SD card window, point to New, and then click text document. A new file is created by default
(New Text Document.txt).
3. Right-click the new text document that you just created and select rename, and then change the name and extension of the
file to the following file name for (a) or (b) and press ENTER.
File name:
(a) For Board replacement : boardreplace.pwd
(b) For Hotel : hotel.pwd
Note:
Please make only one file to prevent the operation error.
No any other file should not be in SD card.

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6.5.3. Data copy from TV set to SD Card
1. Turn on the TV set.
2. Insert SD card with a startup file (pwd file) to SD slot.
On-screen Display will be appeared according to the startup file automatically.
3. Input a following password for (a) or (b) by using remote control.
(a) For Board replacement : 2770
(b) For Hotel : 4850
Data will be copied from TV set to SD card.
It takes around 2 to 6 minutes maximum for copying.
4. After the completion of copying to SD card, remove SD card from TV set.
5. Turn off the TV set.
Note:
Following new folder will be created in SD card for data from TV set.
(a) For Board replacement : user_setup
(b) For Hotel : hotel

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6.5.4. Data copy from to SD Card to TV set
1. Turn on the TV set.
2. Insert SD card with Data to SD slot.
On-screen Display will be appeared according to the Data folder automatically.
3. Input a following password for (a) or (b) by using remote control.
(a) For Board replacement : 2771
(b) For Hotel : 4851
Data will be copied from SD card to TV set.
4. After the completion of copying to SD card, remove SD card from TV set.
(a) For Board replacement : Data will be deleted after copying (Limited one copy).
(b) For Hotel : Data will not be deleted and can be used for other TVs.
5. Turn off the TV set.
Note:
1. Depending on the failure of boards, function of Data copy for board replacement does not work.
2. This function can be effective among the same model numbers.

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7 Troubleshooting Guide
Use the self-check function to test the unit.
1. Checking the IIC bus lines
2. Power LED Blinking timing

7.1. Check of the IIC bus lines


7.1.1. How to access
Self-check indication only:
Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [OK] button on the remote control
for more than 3 seconds.
Self-check indication and forced to factory shipment setting:
Produce TV reception screen, and while pressing [VOLUME ( - )] button on the main unit, press [MENU] button on the remote con-
trol for more than 3 seconds.

7.1.2. Screen display

7.1.3. Check Point


Confirm the following parts if NG was displayed.

7.1.4. Exit
Disconnect the AC cord from wall outlet or switch off the power with [ Power ] button on the main unit.

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7.2. Power LED Blinking timing chart
1. Subject
Information of LED Flashing timing chart.
2. Contents
When an abnormality has occurred the unit, the protection circuit operates and reset to the stand by mode. At this time, the
defective block can be identified by the number of blinks of the Power LED on the front panel of the unit.

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7.3. No Power
First check point
There are following 2 states of No Power indication by power LED.
1. No lit
2. Red is lit then turns red blinking a few seconds later. (See 6.2.)

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7.4. No Picture

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7.5. Local screen failure
Plasma display may have local area failure on the screen. Fig-1 is the possible defect P.C.B. for each local area.

Fig-1

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8 Disassembly and Assembly Instructions
8.1. Remove the Rear cover 8.4. Remove the Side terminal
1. See Service Hint (Section 3) cover and Side shield metal
8.2. Remove the AC inlet 1. Remove the screws (2 , 1 , 1 ).
Caution: 2. Remove the Side terminal cover.
To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis-
charge from electrolysis capacitors.
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connector (P9).
3. Remove the screw (1 ) and remove the AC inlet.

8.3. Remove the P-Board


Caution:
To remove P.C.B. wait 1 minute after power was off for dis-
charge from electrolysis capacitors.
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable
3. Remove the Side shield metal.
2. Disconnect the connectors (P2, P6, P7, P9, P11 and
P35).
3. Remove the screws (9 ) and remove the P-Board.

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8.5. Remove the Tuner unit 8.7. Remove the Speakers
1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable. 1. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
2. Disconnect the connectors (A1, A6, A7 and A11). 2. Disconnect the Speaker terminal.
3. Disconnect the flexible cables (A21, A33 and A34). 3. Remove the screws (2 each) and remove the Speak-
4. Remove the screws (2 ) and remove the Tuner unit. ers (L, R).

8.8. Remove the SN-Board


1. Remove the flexible cables (SN11, SN12, SN13, SN14,
SN15, SN16, SN17 and SN18) connected to the SN-
Board.
2. Disconnect the connectors (SN2 and SN3).
3. Disconnect the flexible cable (SN20).
4. Remove the molding props (2 ).
5. Remove the screws (8 ) and remove the SN-Board.

8.6. Remove the A-Board


1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 8.5.)
2. Remove the screws (2 ) and remove the A-Board.

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8.9. Remove the SS-Board 3. Remove the Hanger metals (L, R) fastening screws (2

1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 8.5.) each) and remove the Hanger metals (L, R).
2. Unlock the cable clampers to free the cable.
3. Disconnect the connectors (SS3, SS11 and SS23).
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (SS53A and SS55A).
5. Remove the screws (4 ) and remove the SS-Board.

8.11. Remove the C1-Board


1. Remove the Hanger metal R and the Stand bracket R.
(See section 8.10.)
2. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws (8
).
3. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB1, CB2, CB3 and CB4).
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (C10 and C11).
5. Remove the screws (3 ) and remove the C1-Board.
8.10. Remove the Hanger metals and
the Stand brackets
1. Remove the Plasma panel section from the servicing
stand and lay on a flat surface such as a table (covered
by a soft cloth) with the Plasma panel surface facing
downward.
2. Remove the Stand brackets (L, R) fastening screws (3
each) and the Stand brackets (L, R).

8.12. Remove the C2-Board


1. Remove the Tuner unit. (See section 8.5.)
2. Remove the Hanger metal L and the Stand bracket L.
(See section 8.10.)
3. Remove the flexible cables holder fastening screws (8
).
4. Disconnect the flexible cables (CB5, CB6, CB7 and CB8).
5. Disconnect the flexible cables (C20 and C21).
6. Disconnect the connectors (C23 and C25).
7. Remove the screws (3 ) and remove the C2-Board.

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8.13. Remove the Plasma panel sec- 8.14. Remove the Glass holders
tion from the Cabinet assy 1. Remove the Cabinet assy. (See section 8.13.)
2. Remove the screws (4 ).
(glass) 3. Remove the Glass holder side (L, R).
1. Remove the cabinet assy and the plasma panel fastening 4. Remove the screws (7 ).
screws (3 ). 5. Remove the Glass holder top.
6. Remove the screws (5 ).
7. Remove the Glass holder bottom.

2. For leaving the plasma panel from the front frame, pull the
bottom of the cabinet assy forward, lift, and remove.

8.15. Remove the K-Board


1. Remove the Glass holders. (See section 8.14.)
2. Remove the screws (2 ).
3. Remove the claws (2 ).
4. Disconnect the connector (K1) and Remove the K-Board
from LED Panel.

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8.16. Replace the plasma panel
Caution:
A new plasma panel itself without Hanger metals is
fragile.
To avoid the damage to new plasma panel, carry a new
plasma panel taking hold of the Hanger metals after
assembling the Hanger metals and the Stand brackets.

1. Place a carton box packed a new plasma panel on the flat


surface of the work bench.
2. Open a box and without taking a new plasma panel;
Attach the C1-Board and the C2-Board, connect the flexi-
ble cables from the plasma panel to the C1-Board and the
C2-Board, and fit the flexible cable holders.
3. Attach the Hanger metals and the Stand brackets to the
new plasma panel.
4. Place the plasma panel on the servicing stand taking hold
of the Hanger metals.
5. Attach the cabinet assy and each P.C.Board and so on, to
the new plasma panel.
*When fitting the cabinet assy, be careful not to allow any
debris, dust or handling residue to remain between the
front glass and plasma panel.

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9 Measurements and Adjustments
9.1. Adjustment
9.1.1. Vsus selection
Caution:
When Plasma panel or A-board is replaced, Vsus should be set to LOW or HIGH.
Procedure
1. Go into main item [VSUS] in Service Mode. LOW or HIGH will be displayed.
2. Press [OK] button to go to TEST stage.
White pattern without On-Screen Display will be displayed during TEST and CONF stage. Press [5] button to display the
On-Screen Display.
3. Press [VOL (-)] button to set to LOW.
4. In LOW setting
a. If no several dead pixel is visible remarkably in white pattern, press [3] button to go to CONF stage.
b. If the several dead pixels are visible remarkably in white pattern, Set to HIGH by press [VOL (+)] button. Press [3] button
to go to CONF stage if the symptom is improved.
5. Press [OK] button in CONF stage to store LOW or HIGH.
6. Exit Service Mode by pressing [Power] button.

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9.1.2. Sub-Contrast adjustment

Name of measuring instrument Connection Remarks


RF generator
Base Band signal generator
HD signal generator
Steps Remarks
Adjustment of TV (RF system) Ref.:
RF signal modulation spec.
Note: B/L models: 80%
In adjustment, you must setting to modulation of signal at 80%. Other models: 90%

1. Receive a RF PAL 100% Full White or Split Colour bar shown as below . Note:
Sub-contrast adjustment is unadjusted
for AV/ HD input.
But, when needing the adjustment cho-
sen manually, please refer to [ alterna-
tive method ].

2. Goes into service adjustment mode.


3. Push a [ 1 ] or [ 2 ] key, and goes into adjustment mode for [ CONTRAST ].

Adjustment

1. The colour key yellow button of remote control is pushed.


2. The OSD character of sub-contrast becomes red.
(Inside under automatic adjustment)
3. The OSD character of sub-contrast returns to black.
4. End.

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Steps Remarks
Another procedure

Adjustment of AV system

1. PAL 100% Full White or Split Colour bar receive AV1(or AV2), shown as below.

2. Goes into service adjustment mode.


3. Push [ 1 ] or [ 2 ] key, and goes into adjustment mode for [ Contrast ].

Adjustment

1. The colour key yellow button of remote control is pushed.


2. The OSD character of sub-contrast becomes red.
(Inside under automatic adjustment)
3. The OSD character of sub-contrast returns to black.
4. End.

Steps Remarks
Another procedure

Adjustment of HD system

1. At 1080i 100% Full White or Split colour bar receive component signal, as shown below.

2. Goes into service adjustment mode.


3. Push [ 1 ] or [ 2 ] key, and goes into adjustment mode for [ Contrast ].

Adjustment

1. The colour key yellow button of remote control is pushed.


2. The OSD character of sub-contrast becomes red.
(Inside under automatic adjustment)
3. The OSD character of sub-contrast returns to black.
4. End.

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9.1.3. White balance adjustment

Name of measuring instrument Connection Remarks


W/ B pattern Panel surface
Color analyzer
(Minolta CA-100 or equivalent)
Steps Remarks
Make sure the front panel to be used on the final set is fitted. Picture menu : Dynamic
Make sure a color signal is not being shown before adjustment. ASPECT : 16:9
Put the color analyzer where there is little colour variation.
Adjustment Remarks
1. Enter the factory adjustment mode. METHOD=01
Please receive the external signal. Or, please select CVBS/YUV (no sync). copy adjustments
2. A number key [1] or [2] are operated and [WB-ADJ] is displayed.
Check that the color balance is [ COOL ].
3. A number key [0] is operated and select [METHOD].
4. A number key [5] is operated and [INNER PATTERN] is displayed.

5. Select [G-CUTOFF] item, using the number-key [3] or [4], and set to [80], using the vol-
ume-key [+] or [-].
Also, [B-CUTOFF] and [R-CUTOFF] set to [80]
6. Set [G-DRIVE] at [D0].
7. Touch the signal receiver of color analyzer to the INNER PATTERN's center, and adjust B
drive and R drive so x, y become the [COLOR TEMP COOL] in the below table1.
8. All RGB drive increase so that the maximum drive value of RGB may become [FF].
([ALL-DRIVE] set to [FF].)
9. Set color balance to [NORMAL] using [7] key.
10. Fix G-CUTOFF , B-CUTOFF and R-CUTOFF at [80].
11. Set [G-DRIVE] at [D0].
12. Adjust B-DRIVE and R-DRIVE so the INNER PATTERNs x, y become the [COLOR
TEMP NORMAL] in the below table1.
13. All RGB drive increase so that the maximum drive value of RGB may become [FF].
([ALL-DRIVE] set to [FF].)
14. Set color balance to [WARM] using [7] key.
15. Fix G-CUTOFF , B-CUTOFF and R-CUTOFF at [80].
16. Set [G-DRIVE] at [D0].
17. Adjust B-DRIVE and R-DRIVE so the INNER PATTERNs x, y become the [COLOR
TEMP WARM] in the below table1.
18. All RGB drive increase so that the maximum drive value of RGB may become [FF].
([ALL-DRIVE] set to [FF].)

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32
10 Block Diagram
10.1. Main Block Diagram

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR


CI SLOT HDMI1-3

Parallel_
TS(CI) TMDS DATA HDMI I/F
RECEIVER
SD CARD DATA SD CARD
SD CARD IF
SLOT
SIF I/F

PEAKS-sLD
Parallel_ Parallel_
IFD_OUT TS(FE) CI TS TS
OFDM TS I/F
SIF_OUT CONT.
TUNER V
MPU
AM RGB_CVBS
Y/PR/PB
AV IN I/F
V/R/G/B L/R EEPROM
L/R
VIDEO V OUT K POWER LED
1,2 EEPROM SUB+9V DET SUB9V
L/R OUT
SUB5V REMOTE RECEIVER
AV SW SUB+5V DET
Y/PB/PR CPU BUS C.A.T.S. SENSOR
SUB+3.3V DET SUB3.3V
L/R CI ASIC

SOUND SOS (LED:12TIMES)

(LED:3TIMES)
COMP
L/R OUT

(LED:5TIMES)
NAND STB3.3V STB3.3V
FLASH CPU BUS LED_R/G LED_R/G
I/F A1 K1
REMOTE IN REMOTE RECEIVER

PANEL MAIN ON
V
DVB_RF C.A.T.S SENSOR C.A.T.S SENSOR

OPTICAL OUT
VIDEO3 L/R VDAC OUT

PANEL SOS

P+3.3V DET
TV_L/R

P+5V DET
TV_L/R

PWM L/R
ANALOG
MON_L/R KEYSCAN1 KEY SWITCH
MON_L/R AUDIO
HEAD_ HP L/R HP_L/R
HP_L/R OUT I/F
PHONE
LVDS DATA

DCDC
F15V SUB9V

P+3.3V
SUB9V

P+5V
SOUND SOS DET DCDC P+15V DCDC P+1.2V
CIRCUIT SUB5.6V
L SUB5.6V P+1.2V
SPEAKER(L) (LED:12TIMES)
AUDIO

PUSH
A11 DCDC DCDC P+5V
R AMP PWM L/R SUB5V
SPEAKER(R) SUB5V P+5V
POWER SWITCH SUB3.3V SUB3.3V

DCDC P+3.3V
OPTICAL DCDC SUB1.8V
OPTICAL AUDIO OUT SUB1.8V P+3.3V

LVDS DATA
AUDIO SUB1.2V
OUT SUB1.2V

STB1.2V P POWER SUPPLY


SN SCAN DRIVE PANEL SOS SS SUSTAIN DRIVE
STB3.3V
STB5V ANALOG-ASIC
SUB9V SOS4_PS PS SOS4
SC-BOARD (LED:4TIME)
P-BOARD
P+3.3V SOS DETECT
ENERGY RECOVERY SOS6_SC1 STB5V
SOS DETECT STB5V
STB_PS POWER MICOM
(LED:6TIMES) A7 P7 VSUS
(LED:4TIMES) POWER SOS 5V VSUS SS-BOARD
PD4H VSUS P11 SS11 SOS DETECT
(LED:9TIMES) DCC SOS PLASMA AI P+15V
(LED:8TIME)
SOS6_SC1 ON/OFF CONTROL P+15V
SC-BOARD SOS6_SC1 (LED:6TIMES) CPG with SS PANEL
SOS7_SC2 SOS7_SC2 H/V Sync Control SUSTAIN
FLOATING PART CONTROL MAIN ON
SOS7_SC2 (LED:7TIMES) Sub Filed Processor
SOS DETECT VSUS GEN.
P+5V SN20 A20 +5V(P) Plasma AI
(LED:7TIMES) VE GEN.
SOS8_SS Vda
P+15V +15V(P) P+15V P+15V
PROCESS SUSTAIN ENERGY RECOVERY
(LED:8TIMES)
P+15V VOLTAGE VOLTAGE
SCAN CONTROL F15V A6 P6 F15V RECTIFIER RECTIFIER
P+5V
SOUND15V SOUND15V
SCAN CONTROL VIDEO
DATA VIDEO DATA

SOS8_SS
SCAN
DRIVER COLD HOT

P+5V

P+5V

SUSTAIN CONTROL
STB5V_M STB_D3.3V F15V
DCDC STANDBY POWER
STB_D3.3V VOLTAGE FACTOR
STB5V RECTIFIER CONTROL
A31 A32

SOS8_SS
CONTROL
PULSE

P+5V
VSUS VSUS RECTIFIER
SN2 P2

SS23

RECTIFIER RELAY
VIDEO DATA

VSCAN GEN.

Vda
SCAN
DRIVER VSET GEN.
P+3.3V

VAD GEN.
P9 P35
SOS8_SS
BUFFER
SUSTAIN CONTROL
VIDEO DATA AC CORD
P+3.3V,P+5V

C1 DATA DRIVER (RIGHT) C2 DATA DRIVER (LEFT)


C11 C21 C25

Vda
VIDEO DATA

P+5V
P+3.3V
P+3.3V

P+5V

SOS8_SS
C23
SUSTAIN CONTROL
Vda Vda
C10 C20
VIDEO DATA VIDEO DATA

DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA DATA


DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER

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10.2. Block (1/4) Diagram

SPEAKER_L SPEAKER_R
D3300
OPTICAL
JK4700 JK4701 JK4702 JK8850 AUDIO
TU2901A SD CARD OUT
A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR ANT IN HDMI IN 1 HDMI IN 2 HDMI IN 3
TUNER
A11 1 2 3 4

TMDS DATA

TMDS DATA

TMDS DATA

R(+)
L(+)

R(-)
L(-)
HDMI_CEC

HDMI_CEC

HDMI_CEC
+5V

+5V

+5V

OPTICAL AUDIO OUT


DDC IIC

DDC IIC

DDC IIC

SD DATA:4bit
CLOCK

CLOCK

CLOCK
IIC_TU

IFD_OUT1
IFD_OUT2
SIF_OUT

IF_AGC
AUDIO
VIDEO

3.3V
1.2V

SPEAKER

SPEAKER
IC2301

R_OUT
5V

L_OUT
AUDIO AMP

TV_V
AM
SOUND15V

15V

SOS
SUB3.3V

PWM L/R
D2014

SYS_IIC0
Q2301
SOUND
SOS
DET
AV1_VIN
X8001 X8000

P
AV1_RED
12MHz 24.576MHz Q4512
AV1_GREEN
FE1.2V
AV1_BLUE

IFD1
IFD2
AV1_LIN IC8300
AV1 AV1_RIN IC3000
IC2950 OFDM

AXO
OSCX0

ARC_OFF

(LED:12TIMES)
SOUND SOS
OSCXI

AXI
QLINK1
QLINK2

RX2
RX1
RX0

DDC_IIC2
DDC_IIC1
DDC_IIC0

5VDET_2
5VDET_1
5VDET_0

HDMI_CEC_
IN_OUT
AV1_VOUT AV SW

SUB_SD_3.3V
SD CARD

SPDIF

PWM L/R
IIC_TU

IF_AGC
AV1_LOUT 1.2V
VIDEO1 TV
AV1_ROUT
V/R/G/B V LVDS DATA

I/F
AV1_QLINK LVDS_OUT 1
SUB3.3V IIC2
JK3302 L/R L/R
AV2_VIN
VIDEO2 AUDIO I/F
AV2_RED_C IC8302 DIGITAL HDMI I/F RECEIVER OSD I/F 2
V/R/G/B
AV2_GREEN DEMODULATOR
L/R 2.5V
AV2_BLUE
VIDEO3 IIC0 IIC0
AV2 AV2_LIN MPU(GenX)
V
AV2_RIN SIF I/F
L/R IIC1 IIC1
AV2_VOUT MAIN
COMP IC8001
AV2_LOUT Y/PR/PB Y/PR/PB
Y/PB/PR ANALOG PEAKS-sLD IIC2 IIC2
AV2_ROUT L/R L/R
L/R RGB_CVBS AV I/F IC1100 STB3.3V
AV2_QLINK V V
GENX
IIC EEPROM
Y
MON_L/R LO1_L/R ANALOG
PB GENX
YPBPR TV_L/R LO2_L/R AUDIO

C.A.T.S_SENSOR
PR IIC

PANEL MAIN ON
XRST_SYS_PD4

POWER LED(R)
AV1_VOUT HP_L/R OUT I/F VCC

(LED:10TIMES)

CI POWER ON

SW_OFF_DET
LIN

SUB3.3V DET

(LED:5TIMES)

(LED:3TIMES)
POWER_DET
JK3100 AV2_VOUT

PANEL SOS
REMOTE IN

P+3.3V DET
AVDDH3.3V

SUB9V DET
SUB5V DET
TV SUB ON

KEYSCAN1
DTV_XRST
RIN

CPU BUS
DVB_RF

AVDD3.3V

G LED ON
CVBS

P+5V DET
P ON/OFF
STB_RST
AUDIO VDAC OUT

SUB3.3V

SUB1.8V

SUB1.2V

STB3.3V

STB1.2V
LOUT AV1_L/ROUT IN1

CI I/F
IN/OUT

IIC_IF

NRST
XRST
ROUT AV2_L/ROUT

SOS
I/F
TS I/F
L/ROUT

AV3_V 9V 5V 3.3V
JK3107 P+3.3V
AV3_L
AV3
AV3_R IC5603 3
HP_L P+5V
IIC1 AVDD
IIC2
HP_R
Parallel_TS(FE)

4
CI DATA

DTV_RST
HEADPHONE
IC5604
Parallel_TS

PANEL MAIN ON
XRST_SYS_PD4
IC3001

POWER LED(R)
SUB5.6V AVDDH

CI POWER ON

SW_OFF_DET
IC8950

POWER_DET
IC8400 SUB3.3V

REMOTE IN

PANEL SOS
TV SUB ON

KEYSCAN1
+5V SUB3.3V IC1000

G LED ON

P ON/OFF
IIC2

STB_RST
Parallel_TS(CI_IN) EEPROM

C.A.T.S
Parallel_TS(CI_OUT)
CI TS TEMP SENSOR

SOS
CONT. IC8921
JK8940 IC8402
CI SLOT IC8401 NAND
5V_CI FLASH

CI ASIC CPU BUS


P+15V
5

6
P7 A7 CI POWER ON
STB5V STB5V
STB5V 1 7
P_S0 SUB9V SUB9V
P_S0 3
P_S1 8
P_S1 4 SUB5V
TV_SUB_ON 9
TV_SUB_ON 5
PANEL_MAIN_ON
PANEL_MAIN_ON 7
STB5V_SW_ON AV3.3V AV3.3V
STB5V_SW_ON 8
SOS4_PS P 10
SOS4_PS 9
5V IC2953 TNR3.3V
STB3.3V STB3.3V
MAIN_SW_1 12
STB_PS 11
MAIN_SW_2 14
TNR3.3V STB1.2V
SOUND15V 12
SOS
TV_SUB_ON
Q5471
SUB5V IC2952 TNR5V
F15V IC5401 IC5601 SUB3.3V
VOLTAGE
DROP
SUB5V TNR5V ERROR DET
9V +5V D5471
SUB5.6V
P6 A6 SUB3.3V SUB5.6V
+3.3V TV_SUB_ON SUB9V
D5472
SOUND15V 1 SUB9V SUB5V
IC2870 SUB5.6V SUB5.6V
SOUND15V 2

F15V
SUB1.8V SUB5V
7
D5602 IC5600 SUB1.2V +5.6V
F15V 8 SUB1.8V
F15V 9 Q5603 Q5602 +1.8V
F15V DET ON/OFF SUB1.2V
P+15V 3
+1.2V

F15V

P+15V P+15V

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10.3. Block (2/4) Diagram

A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

IC9300 PD4H
A31 C11
VIDEO DATA 11
PLASMA AI VIDEO DATA
LVDS DATA
CPG with SS 35
H/V Sync Control VIDEO DATA
Sub Filed Processor 38 P+3.3V
IC9304
ADDR/DATA 40 P+3.3V
FLASH FLASH I/F
IIC0
MEMORY
P_S0 CONTROL DATA
P_S0
P_S1 DISCHARGE CONTROL
P_S1
CONTROL DATA
1.2V A32 C21
SUSTAIN CONTROL
3.3V 3
IC9400,01 VIDEO DATA
31
SCAN CONTROL BUFFER
CONTROL DATA
OSD VOUT 52 P+3.3V

XRST_SYS_PD4 UHZ 53 P+5V


55
DRVRST_PD4 SOS_DCC
LVDS DATA IC9800
1 P+15V P+1.2V X0 X1 SUSTAIN CONTROL
49 SOS8_SS
+1.2V
2
IC9802
X9300
3.3V
P+3.3V P+3.3V

P ON/OFF
IC9801 P+5V P+5V

+5V

P+15V P+15V

SOS_DCC
DRVRST_PD4
P+3.3V
D_UHZ
XRST_SYS_PD4 A20 SC20
3
SOS8_SS
P+5V SCAN CONTROL
SC_UHZ
4 18 UHZ
SOS6_SC1
15 SOS6_SC1
SOS7_SC2
16 SOS7_SC2
1 P+5V
29 P+15V
30 P+15V

CN0102
FOR
IIC1 FACTORY
IIC2 USE
P+15V Genx_IIC
5

STB5V
7
SUB9V
8
SUB5V SUB5V
9

AV3.3V
AV3.3V
10
STB3.3V
STB3.3V
11
STB1.2V
12

STB3.3V
STB5V
STB+3.3V
SUB9V STB1.2V D5100
STB5V_SW_ON KEY SWITCH
P+3.3V STB+1.2V
SW5150 F
SW5151 VOL.UP/CH.UP D2520
STB5V_SW_ON SW5152 VOL.DN/CH.UP A1 K1 POWER LED
SOS8_SS SW5153 TV
SOS8_SS STB_RST G_LED_ON G_LED_ON
STB_RST SW5154 AV 2 2
G

(LED:8TIMES) STB_RST Q5100 POWER LED(R) R_LED_ON


PANEL SOS KEYSCAN1 3 3 R
SOS6_SC1 PANEL SOS KEY SWITCH
SOS6_SC1 C.A.T.S C.A.T.S PC2510
DRVRST_PD4 6 6
(LED:6TIMES) DRVRST_ REMOTE IN RMIN C.A.T.S SENSOR
PD4 1 1
SOS7_SC2 POWER_DET Q5101
SOS7_SC2 AV3.3V
RM2510

PUSH
SC_UHZ 8 8
TV SUB ON (LED:7TIMES) STB3.3V REMOTE
D5000
SOS_DCC UHZ SW_OFF_DET SW001 4 4
D_UHZ
Q5000 SOS_DCC
(LED:9TIMES) POWER SWITCH
POWER_DET
SOS4_PS
SOS4_PS
IC5000 5V

(LED:4TIMES) ANALOG-ASIC
STB_PS K POWER LED
REMOTE RECEIVER
C.A.T.S. SENSOR

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10.4. Block (3/4) Diagram

P POWER SUPPLY

HOT COLD
Vda
5A 250V IC902 CONTROL
D108 Q300-Q303
D109 PR101
T100 T301 IC901 -

RESONANCE D701 IC903 + +


Vda -
T900
ERROR DET
PHOTO COUPLER DRIVE

PR900
Q901
Q103 Q104
CONTROL DISCHARGE P2 SC2
DRIVE CONTROL D702 4A 250V Vsus
D703 1 Vsus
D903
T300 D904
IC100
P11 SS11
PFC
Q703 Q701
IC700 1 Vsus
Q714
DET 4 P+15V
MULTI
R141 CONTROL D708
PFC
Q706 Q715
Q705 DISCHARGE P35 C25
IC601 Vsus
PFC_ON REFERENCE
1 Vda
PHOTO COUPLER
Vsus
2 Vda
Q101
Q709-Q712
VR251
RL100
Vsus Adj
IC701
D100
RECTIFIER NEUTRAL Q609 Vsus IC904 R923
Q707 ERROR DET Vda Vda
RL101 ERROR DET

Q602
P25 NO USE
RL102
1 P+15V
V_RESO_ON
2 P+15V
Q600 PFC_ON Vda_IN
LIVE IC603 5 STB5V
Vsus_IN
T400 D800
POWER MICOM 7 S0
ALL_OFF 8 S1
D200
RECTIFIER PANEL_MAIN_ON 9 PANEL_MAIN_ON
630mA 250V IC400
MAIN RELAY_ON (LED:4TIMES) POWER SOS 10 SOS_P4
F200 STB
+

RUSH RELAY_ON TV SUB ON


CONTROL

MAIN SW_ON
STB5V_IN

F_15V_ON
IC800

AC FAIL

ON/OFF
STB5V_
XIN
Q805
IC401 F+15V Q807

RST
+5V
Q400-Q402 ERROR DET XOUT
L100,L101 FILTER X600 15V
DET PHOTO COUPLER DET
4MHz

IC600 Q801
PHOTO COUPLER IC602 ON/OFF
D600
AC DET T200 RESET
IC200
D501 Q800
IC201

STB
Q505
CONTROL

IC202
F100 F101
10A 250V 10A 250V PHOTO COUPLER

IC500
STB
LIVE NEUTRAL ERROR DET
HOT COLD
3 1 P9 P34 3 1 P6 9 7 3 2 1 P7 1 3 4 7 5 11 8 9 12 14

SOUND+15V
SOUND+15V

STB5V_SW_ON
S0
S1

SOS_P4
STBY5V
MAIN_SW_2
MAIN_SW_1

P+15V

MAIN_SW_1
MAIN_SW_2
PANEL_MAIN_ON
F+15V

F+15V

ALL_OFF
TV SUB ON
OPEN A6 A7

AC CORD

36
10.5. Block (4/4) Diagram

SN SCAN DRIVE

P2 SN2 TPVSUS
TP59,TP60
Vsus TP61,TP62
1
VFG
F16V
IC16661 Q16661
IC16771 D16618 SS SUSTAIN DRIVE
Q16607
Vad+5V PC16603 COMPARATOR
CERS SS
P11 11
TPVSUS
PHOTO COUPLER D16316
PC16461 Vsus 1
CMH PC16684 IPD CIRCUIT
PHOTO CPH1 Q16672
CSH PHOTO COUPLER CRC1 P+15V 4
COUPLER Q16601 IC16131 UMH Q16001
CRC2 D16901 IC16304
CMH Q16002 TPVE
Q16401
VSUS Gen.
Q16402 VE GEN.
IC16692 DRIVER SS
L16303
IC16501 Q16021 53A
SHUNT UML Q16022 1
CSH/CMH GATE D16461 VRH REG. IC14901-04 PC16192
DRIVE CIRCUIT PC16685 2
VRL
SS3 SN3 PHOTO CIS PHOTO
SCAN SN3 SS3 13
MID D16481 COUPLER VSCN-F COUPLER
MID 3 DRIVER MID
Q16441 IC16773 MID 3
CSH Q16621 Vfo
MID 5 CEL Q16818 IC16312
INVERTER MID 5
Q16451 SHUNT PLASMA PANEL
IC16521 IC16784,85 REG. PANEL SUSTAIN
CSL VOL PC16896,97
CSL/CML GATE ELECTRODE
DRIVE CIRCUIT IPD CIRCUIT TPVAD
CML T16471
Q16421 VAD GEN. PC16191 Q16101
IC16581 D16583 SHUNT REG
D16728 VE Gen. UEH Q16102
LED(G) DRIVER
ERROR DET
SN IC16561,62 Q16885 SS
A20 F16V TPSS1
20 CML CPH1 SIU 55A
CMH CIS OC1 F16V GEN.
P+15V 1 BUFFER CSH CERS OC2 IC16241 1

P+15V CSL CEL CLK SS UMH 2


2
IC16563 IC16786,87 C23 BUFFER UML
23
P+5V 30 PC16722,23 UEH 13
INVERTER CRC1 CRC2 P+5V 1 Q16280
UHZ 13
IPD CIRCUIT TPVSCN TPSC1
UHZ D16859 SOS8_SS 5 ERROR DET
D16822 VSCN GEN. D16282
TPSOS6 D16920 SHUNT REG IC14951-44 SUSTAIN CONTROL SUSTAIN CONTROL FPC DET D16280
IC16490,91 (LED:8TIMES)
SOS6_SC1 16 D16493 VFG 5V_F
(LED:6TIMES) Q16490 SCAN
SOS7_SC2 15 D16490 DRIVER
SCAN
SEPA PROTECT
SCAN CONTROL CONTROL CIRCUIT
Vscn Vfo

P+15V D16871 D16721 IC16724


(16V_F) SCNR_PRO
P+5V +5V
D16820 Q16876 D16821
(SC1)
ERROR DET
LOGIC IC
SIU
TPSOS7 PC16480 IC16471 OC1
D16480 D16473 OC2 IC14961-63
PHOTO SHUNT SCNR_PRO
CLK
(LED:7TIMES) COUPLER REG SN11-SN18

PLASMA PANEL
PANEL SCAN
ELECTRODES

SUSTAIN CONTROL
CONTROL DATA

CONTROL DATA
VIDEO DATA

VIDEO DATA

SOS8_SS
P+3.3V

P+3.3V

P+3.3V
P+3.3V
P+5V
A31 C1 DATA DRIVER (RIGHT) A32 C2 DATA DRIVER (LEFT)
C11 30 6 3 1 C21 53 25 7 4 3 1

C23 SS23

1 P+5V
C10 C20 5 SOS8_SS

IC17101 P+3.3V IC17202 BUFFER SUSTAIN CONTROL


19 2
P+3.3V
BUFFER 18 3 BUFFER IC17203
Vda
5 16 C25 P35
Vda
1 20 1 Vda
2 Vda

CB1 CB2 CB3 CB4 CB5 CB6 CB7 CB8

PANEL DRIVER PLASMA PANEL PANEL DRIVER

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38
11 Wiring Connection Diagram
11.1. Caution statement.
Caution:
Please confirm that all flexible cables are assembled correctly.
Also make sure that they are locked in the connectors.
Verify by giving the flexible cables a very slight pull.

11.2. Wiring (1)

11.3. Wiring (2)

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11.4. Wiring (3)

40
12 Schematic Diagram
12.1. Schematic Diagram Note

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12.2. P-Board (1/4) Schematic Diagram

! P-BOARD LSEP1287LEHB (1/4)


A

COLD

B HOT

COLD

HOT

TO
AC CORD

C
2

C0DBZYY00361

PFC

COLD HOT

AB AG TO
P-BOARD
AA AC AD AE AF AH AI AJ AK
(3/4)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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12.3. P-Board (2/4) Schematic Diagram

! P-BOARD LSEP1287LEHB (2/4)

TO
C2-BOARD
(C25)

COLD

HOT

C0DBZYY00360
Vda
CONTROL

B3PBA0000459
PHOTO
1 COUPLER
C0DBZMC00006
Vda
ERROR DET

C0DBZMC00006
Vda
ERROR DET

TO
SC-BOARD
(SC2)

TO
SS-BOARD
(SS11)

LSSK0087
MULTI
CONTROL

C0DBZMC00006

Vsus
ERROR DET

HOT COLD

TO BD BH BK
P-BOARD
BA BB BC BE BF BG BI BJ BL BM
(4/4)

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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12.4. P-Board (3/4) Schematic Diagram
AA AC AD AE AF AH AI AJ AK

AB AG TO
P-BOARD
(1/4)
COLD HOT

! P-BOARD LSEP1287LEHB (3/4)


A

HOT COLD

MIP2K20MSSCF
STB 11
CONTROL

C C0DBZMC00006
12
AC DET

13

B3PBA0000459
PHOTO
COUPLER 14

D
HOT

C0DBZMC00006
STB
COLD
ERROR DET

B3PBA0000459

HOT PHOTO
COUPLER 15

16

17
COLD
18
B3PBA0000459
19
PHOTO
E COUPLER

PHOTO
********* COUPLER

20

21

22

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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12.5. P-Board (4/4) Schematic Diagram
BL
BA BB BC BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM
BK

TO BD
HOT COLD
P-BOARD
(2/4)

TO
A-BOARD
MIP418AMDS (A6)
STB
CONTROL

B3PBA0000459
PHOTO
COUPLER

C0DBZMC00006
F+15V
HOT ERROR DET

COLD
11

12

13

14

NO
USE

15

16

17

18

19

TO
A-BOARD
(A7)

C2ABDB000129
POWER
MICOM

20

! P-BOARD LSEP1287LEHB (4/4)


C0EBH0000447
RESET

21

22

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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12.6. A-Board (1/19) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD (1/19) IIC


A

SUB3.3V

SUB3.3V
P3.3V

R0966 R0967
4.7k 4.7k
R0980 R0981
PEAKS sLD TO 3/19 R0948 R0949 4.7k 4.7k
2.2k 2.2k

sLD IIC0 -> Develop IIC0 SCL0


R0940 68
DEVELOP_SCL0
CN0101
LDA2 IIC2 -> Develop IIC0 R0941 68
SDA0 DEVELOP_SDA0

R0942 68
sLD IIC2 -> Develop IIC2 SCL2 MSCL DEVELOP_SCL2
LDA2 IIC0 -> Develop IIC2 SDA2 MSDA
R0943 68
DEVELOP_SDA2 TO 19/19

R0944 68
SCL1 ADJ-PEAKS_SCL
sLD IIC1 -> ADJ-Peaks IIC
LDA2 IIC1 -> ADJ-Peaks IIC
SDA1
R0945 68
ADJ-PEAKS_SDA TO 17/19
C (Peaks BE E2PROM)

ADJ-STM_SCL
ADJ-STM_SDA TO 17/19
(STM Loarder/E2PROM)

CN0100
S

S
R0979
S

S
R0952 R0953 R0950 R0951 R0954 R0955 R0958 R0959 R0978

STB3.3V

R0984 R0985
4.7k 4.7k
R0982
22
STMSCL
D-TNR_SCL STMSDA

TO 11/19

DEVELOP_SDA2
FE_SDA
TO 2/19

DEVELOP_SCL2
AV-SW_SDA

FE_SCL
SDA

AV-SW_SCL

PEAKS-EEP_SDA
TMP-SENS_SDA

SCL

PEAKS-EEP_SCL
TO 13/19

P3V_SDA02

FE-OUT_SCL
TMP-SENS_SCL
PDP-PANEL_SDA
P3V_SCL02
PDP-PANEL_SCL

R0983
TO 17/19

TO 9,19/19 22
STM

TO 5/19
FE-OUT_SDA

For pattern module


Change Reason :
D D-TNR_SDA

S
R0986 R0987
TO 3/19
TO 2/19
I2CSEL TP0940

STM-EEP_SDA
A-Chip TU2901A IC1101

STM-EEP_SCL
TO 19/19
R0957
PDP-PANEL TEMP SENSOR 1k
AV-SW Peaks EEP
MM3285ANRE FRONT END D/A TUNER
I2CSEL
32k GenX EEP
H: Outside IIC control 16k
(Study only)
L: D-chip internal control
(Normal) A TUNER TO 6/19
FE-OUT_SCL
TO 9,19/19 FE-OUT_SDA

SUB3.3V

E JTAG
R0905
R0900 10k
68
TO 2,3,12/19 XRST TD0900 XRST

TD0901 EVTRG
R0901
68
TD0902 TRST

TRST

TMS TD0903 TMS

TDO TD0904 TDO

TO 3/19 TDI R0902 TD0905 TDI


EXB28V680JX

TCK TD0906 TCK


R0903
68

R0910 R0911 R0912 R0913 C0900


10k 10k 10k 10k 16V
0.1u

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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12.7. A-Board (2/19) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD (2/19) PEAKS-sLD

Achip

RESET TO 12/19 Analog Audio In I/F


VSW TO 18/19
NRST IC8001 T3 NRST C10_BIAS IC8001 C10 BIAS TO 8/19 A_MUTE IC8001 D19 A_MUTE
D10_BIAS2 IC8001 D10 BIAS2
IC8001 C19 LIN1_LP
IC8001 B19 LIN_LN
CLK IC8001 A19 LIN1_RP

C8081 ADC TO 18/19 IC8001 C20 LIN2_LP


50V 10p 24.576MHz
IC8001 B16 AXI IC8001 A20 LIN2_RP

C6_VREFH0 IC8001 C6 VREFH0 IC8001 C21 LIN3_LP


R8015
IC8001 A21 LIN3_RP
1k
IC8001 A16 AXO D6_VREFL0 IC8001 D6 VREFL0
X8000 IC8001 C22 LIN4_LP
C8079
H0J245500101
50V 12p IC8001 A22 LIN4_RP

C7_VREFH1 IC8001 C7 VREFH1 LIN5_LP IC8001 C23 LIN5_LP

TO 8/19 IC8001 B23 LIN_RN


D7_VREFL1 IC8001 D7 VREFL1 LIN5_RP IC8001 A23 LIN5_RP
IIC I/F TO 1/19 IC8001
D21_VREF1V5 IC8001 D21 VREF1V5
MN2WS0125FE
SCL IC8001 AB3 SCL C8_VREFH2 IC8001 C8 VREFH2 TO 18/19
D20_VREG IC8001 D20 VREG
SDA IC8001 AC3 SDA PEAKS-sLD
D8_VREFL2 IC8001 D8 VREFL2

I2CSEL IC8001 C24 I2CSEL

C9_VREFH3 IC8001 C9 VREFH3 Analog Audio Out I/F TO 8/19

D9_VREFL3 IC8001 D9 VREFL3 HP1_L1 IC8001 C18 HP1_L1


HDMI TO 7/19 HP1_R1 IC8001 D18 HP1_R1

LO1_L IC8001 A18 LO1_L


DDCSDA0 IC8001 N3 DDCSDA0 IC8001 B1 VCMOBGR
LO1_R IC8001 B18 LO1_R
DDCSCL0 IC8001 K3 DDCSCL0

RXCM0 IC8001 F2 RXCM0 LO2_L IC8001 C17 LO2_L


RXCP0 IC8001 F1 RXCP0 Analog Video In I/F LO2_R IC8001 D17 LO2_R
RX0M0 IC8001 G2 RX0M0 TO 7/19 IC8001 B15 ZEROMUTE0
RX0P0 IC8001 G1 RX0P0
IC8001 D16 ZEROMUTE1
RX0M1 IC8001 H2 RX0M1
IC8001 D11 S11 IC8001 B17 ZEROMUTE2
RX0P1 IC8001 H1 RX0P1

RX0M2 IC8001 J2 RX0M2


B1 IC8001 A3 B1
RX0P2 IC8001 J1 RX0P2
B1N IC8001 B3 B1N
TO 18/19 TO 18/19
SUB1.2V SUB3.3V
IC8001 A6 B2 TEST VDD12 VDD3
DDCSDA1 IC8001 P3 DDCSDA1
IC8001 A9 B3
DDCSCL1 IC8001 L3 DDCSCL1
IC8001 U11 TMODE0
RXCM1 IC8001 K2 RXCM1 IC8001 D13 C1
IC8001 V11 TMODE1
RXCP1 IC8001 K1 RXCP1
G1 IC8001 A2 G1
RX1M0 IC8001 L2 RX1M0
G1N IC8001 B2 G1N IC8001 W11 TESTIOH IC8001 N19 VDD3 IC8001 A1 VSS IC8001 AE31 VSS IC8001 P21 VSS IC8001 AM7 NC
RX1P0 IC8001 L1 RX1P0 AVDDV3.3V
IC8001 A5 G2 IC8001 N17 VDD12 IC8001 V13 VDD12 IC8001 N20 VDD3 IC8001 A15 VSS IC8001 AE32 VSS IC8001 P22 VSS IC8001 AM8 NC
RX1M1 IC8001 M2 RX1M1
IC8001 B5 G2N IC8001 K4 ADCT0 IC8001 N18 VDD12 IC8001 V14 VDD12 IC8001 P19 VDD3 IC8001 A17 VSS IC8001 AF31 VSS IC8001 R21 VSS IC8001 AM9 NC
RX1P1 IC8001 M1 RX1P1
IC8001 A8 G3 IC8001 D3 ADCT2 IC8001 P17 VDD12 IC8001 V15 VDD12 IC8001 P20 VDD3 IC8001 A24 VSS IC8001 AF32 VSS IC8001 R22 VSS IC8001 AM10 NC
RX1M2 IC8001 N2 RX1M2
IC8001 C4 ADCT1 IC8001 P18 VDD12 IC8001 V16 VDD12 IC8001 R20 VDD3 IC8001 AA12 VSS IC8001 AJ3 VSS IC8001 R23 VSS IC8001 B6 NC
RX1P2 IC8001 N1 RX1P2 R1 IC8001 A4 R1
IC8001 R17 VDD12 IC8001 V17 VDD12 IC8001 T20 VDD3 IC8001 AA13 VSS IC8001 AK3 VSS IC8001 R24 VSS IC8001 B7 NC
R1N IC8001 B4 R1N
IC8001 E2 T_L0N IC8001 R18 VDD12 IC8001 V18 VDD12 IC8001 T21 VDD3 IC8001 AA14 VSS IC8001 AL3 VSS IC8001 T11 VSS IC8001 B8 NC
DDCSDA2 IC8001 R3 DDCSDA2 IC8001 A7 R2
IC8001 E1 T_L0P IC8001 R19 VDD12 IC8001 V19 VDD12 IC8001 T22 VDD3 IC8001 AA15 VSS IC8001 AL4 VSS IC8001 T12 VSS IC8001 B9 NC
DDCSCL2 IC8001 M3 DDCSCL2 IC8001 A10 R3
IC8001 C3 T_L1N IC8001 T17 VDD12 IC8001 V20 VDD12 IC8001 T23 VDD3 IC8001 AA16 VSS IC8001 AL5 VSS IC8001 T13 VSS IC8001 B10 NC
RXCM2 IC8001 P2 RXCM2
V1 IC8001 A11 V1 IC8001 C2 T_L1P IC8001 T18 VDD12 IC8001 V21 VDD12 IC8001 T24 VDD3 IC8001 AA17 VSS IC8001 AL6 VSS IC8001 T14 VSS IC8001 B12 NC
RXCP2 IC8001 P1 RXCP2
V1N IC8001 B11 V1N IC8001 T19 VDD12 IC8001 V22 VDD12 IC8001 T31 VDD3 IC8001 AA18 VSS IC8001 AL20 VSS IC8001 T15 VSS IC8001 B20 NC
RX2M0 IC8001 R2 RX2M0 IC8001 C16 TESTIO
IC8001 D14 V2 IC8001 U17 VDD12 IC8001 V23 VDD12 IC8001 T32 VDD3 IC8001 AA19 VSS IC8001 AM3 VSS IC8001 T16 VSS IC8001 B21 NC
RX2P0 IC8001 R1 RX2P0
IC8001 A12 V3 IC8001 U18 VDD12 IC8001 V24 VDD12 IC8001 T33 VDD3 IC8001 AA21 VSS IC8001 AM19 VSS IC8001 U12 VSS IC8001 B22 NC
RX2M1 IC8001 T2 RX2M1 IC8001 D22 TEST_A1
IC8001 U19 VDD12 IC8001 V31 VDD12 IC8001 T34 VDD3 IC8001 AA22 VSS IC8001 AM20 VSS IC8001 U13 VSS IC8001 C11 NC
RX2P1 IC8001 T1 RX2P1 IC8001 D12 Y1 IC8001 D23 TEST_A2
IC8001 U20 VDD12 IC8001 V32 VDD12 IC8001 AC11 VDD3 IC8001 AB12 VSS IC8001 AM21 VSS IC8001 U14 VSS IC8001 C12 NC
RX2M2 IC8001 U2 RX2M2
HIN IC8001 D2 HIN IC8001 U21 VDD12 IC8001 V33 VDD12 IC8001 AC12 VDD3 IC8001 AB13 VSS IC8001 AM22 VSS IC8001 U15 VSS IC8001 C13 NC
RX2P2 IC8001 U1 RX2P2
VIN IC8001 D1 VIN IC8001 U22 VDD12 IC8001 V34 VDD12 IC8001 AD11 VDD3 IC8001 AB15 VSS IC8001 AM23 VSS IC8001 U16 VSS IC8001 C14 NC

IC8001 U23 VDD12 IC8001 W13 VDD12 IC8001 AB16 VSS IC8001 AM24 VSS IC8001 V12 VSS

IC8001 U24 VDD12 IC8001 W14 VDD12 IC8001 AB17 VSS IC8001 AM30 VSS IC8001 W12 VSS
FBL1 IC8001 C1 FBL1
IC8001 U31 VDD12 IC8001 W15 VDD12 IC8001 AB18 VSS IC8001 AN2 VSS IC8001 W21 VSS
IF I/F
IC8001 U32 VDD12 IC8001 W16 VDD12 IC8001 AB21 VSS IC8001 AN31 VSS IC8001 W22 VSS
IC8001 U33 VDD12 IC8001 W17 VDD12 IC8001 AB22 VSS IC8001 AP1 VSS IC8001 W23 VSS
IC8001 B14 FEAINN
IC8001 U34 VDD12 IC8001 W18 VDD12 IC8001 AC17 VSS IC8001 B24 VSS IC8001 Y12 VSS
IC8001 A14 FEAINP TO 18/19 IC8001 W19 VDD12 IC8001 AC18 VSS IC8001 C25 VSS IC8001 Y13 VSS
SUB3.3V
AVDDV3.3V
TO 18/19 IC8001 W20 VDD12 IC8001 AC21 VSS IC8001 E3 VSS IC8001 Y14 VSS
AVDD3.3V
AVDDA IC8001 AC22 VSS IC8001 F3 VSS IC8001 Y18 VSS
TO 18/19 IC8001 AC31 VSS IC8001 G3 VSS IC8001 Y19 VSS
SIF I/F AVDD3.3V
IC8001 F4 AVDDV IC8001 L19 AVDDA L15_AVDDPLLA IC8001 L15 AVDDPLLA IC8001 AC32 VSS IC8001 H3 VSS IC8001 Y21 VSS

IC8001 G4 AVDDV IC8001 L20 AVDDA IC8001 AD21 VSS IC8001 J3 VSS IC8001 Y22 VSS
D15_VREFHSIF IC8001 D15 VREFHSIF IC8001 H4 AVDDV IC8001 L21 AVDDA IC8001 M15 AVSSADA IC8001 AD22 VSS IC8001 N21 VSS

TO 18/19 IC8001 J4 AVDDV IC8001 AD31 VSS IC8001 N22 VSS

C15_VREFLSIF IC8001 C15 VREFLSIF IC8001 M19 AVSSA


TO 18/19 IC8001 AD32 VSS
AVDD3.3V
IC8001 C5 AVSSV IC8001 M20 AVSSA AVDDADA1/2/3 IC8001 L17 AVDDADA
IC8001 D4 AVSSV IC8001 M21 AVSSA
SIFINN IC8001 B13 SIFINN
TO 8/19 SIFINP IC8001 A13 SIFINP
IC8001 D5 AVSSV IC8001 M17 AVSSADA
IC8001 E5 AVSSV

IC8001 M13 AVSSV


TO 18/19
AVDD3.3V
IC8001 N13 AVSSV TO 18/19 AVDDADA1/2/3 IC8001 L16 AVDDADA

IC8001 N14 AVSSV AVDD3.3V


AVDDHP
IC8001 N15 AVSSV IC8001 M16 AVSSADA

IC8001 N16 AVSSV


IC8001 L22 AVDDHP TO 18/19
TO 18/19 IC8001 P15 AVSSV
IC8001 L23 AVDDHP AVDD3.3V
SUB1.2V IC8001 P16 AVSSV AVDDADA1/2/3 IC8001 L18 AVDDADA
VDDAVAD IC8001 L24 AVDDHP
IC8001 R15 AVSSV
IC8001 R16 AVSSV IC8001 M18 AVSSADA
IC8001 M22 AVSSHP

IC8001 L11 VDDAVAD IC8001 M23 AVSSHP

IC8001 L12 VDDAVAD IC8001 M24 AVSSHP


IC8001 M11 VDDAVAD

IC8001 M12 VDDAVAD


IC8001 N11 VDDAVAD
IC8001 N12 VDDAVAD

TO 18/19
AVDDH3.3V
AVDDH
TO 18/19
AVDDPLLV/75D IC8001 L13 AVDDPLLV
IC8001 E4 AVDD75D
IC8001 P11 AVDDH

IC8001 P12 AVDDH


IC8001 P13 AVDDH

IC8001 P14 AVDDH TO 18/19


IC8001 R11 AVDDH SUB3.3V
L14_AVDDSIF IC8001 L14 AVDDSIF
IC8001 R12 AVDDH
IC8001 R13 AVDDH
G_SIF IC8001 M14 AVSSSIF
IC8001 R14 AVDDH S_GND

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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12.8. A-Board (3/19) Schematic Diagram

! A-BOARD (3/19) PEAKS-sLD

Dchip

RESET TO 1,2,12/19 CPU BUS I/F Analog Video Out I/F LVDS I/F TO 13/19
DDR MONITOR
XRST IC8001 Y33 XRST SUB3.3V TA1N IC8001 B33 TA1N
IC8001 AA31 MMDQ6 EA0 IC8001 AN7 EA0 ED0 IC8001 AH3 ED0
TA1P IC8001 B34 TA1P
IC8001 AA32 MMDQ13 EA1 IC8001 AL7 EA1 ED1 IC8001 AH1 ED1
TB1N IC8001 C33 TB1N
IC8001 AJ32 MMDQ22 EA2 IC8001 AM6 EA2 ED2 IC8001 AG2 ED2 L8007
CLK IC8001 AH32 MMDQ29 EA3 IC8001 AN6 EA3 ED3 IC8001 AG3 ED3
J0JHC0000045 TB1P IC8001 C34 TB1P

C8127 C8045 TC1N IC8001 D33 TC1N


IC8001 Y31 MMDQS0 TO 4/19 EA4 IC8001 AP6 EA4 ED4 IC8001 AG1 ED4 1u 0.1u TC1P IC8001 D34 TC1P
IC8001 AM12 CLK27 EA5 IC8001 AN5 EA5 ED5 IC8001 AG4 ED5 6.3V 16V
IC8001 W32 MMDQS1 IC8001 A27 DAAVDD TCLK1N IC8001 E33 TCLK1N
IC8001 AM13 CLK74 EA6 IC8001 AP5 EA6 ED6 IC8001 AF2 ED6
IC8001 AL25 MMDQS2 TCLK1P IC8001 E34 TCLK1P
EA7 IC8001 AM5 EA7 ED7 IC8001 AH4 ED7
IC8001 AM26 MMDQS3
TO 5/19 ED8 IC8001 AF1 ED8
IC8001 B27 DAAVSS TD1N IC8001 F33 TD1N

TO 5/19 EA24 IC8001 AH2 EA24 TD1P IC8001 F34 TD1P


IIC I/F TO 1/19 IC8001 AL26 MMXDQS3
ED9 IC8001 AF3 ED9
TE1N IC8001 G33 TE1N

IC8001 AM25 MMXDQS2 TO 4/19 EAS IC8001 AD4 EAS ED10 IC8001 AF4 ED10 R8002
TE1P IC8001 G34 TE1P
ED11 IC8001 AE1 ED11 24k
R8212 R8211
10k 10k
SCL0 IC8001 AL17 SCL0 IC8001 W31 MMXDQS1
TO 4/19 ECLK IC8001 AP7 ECLK
ED12 IC8001 AE4 ED12 IC8001 B26 VVREF
IC8001 H33 TF1N
SDA0 IC8001 AP17 SDA0 IC8001 Y32 MMXDQS0 R8003 C8015 IC8001 H34 TF1P

SCL1 IC8001 AP16 SCL1 TO 4/19 XERE IC8001 AC4 XERE ED13 IC8001 AE2 ED13
10k 6.3V
R8004
IC8001 B25 VIREF
1u
IC8001 AB4 XEWE0 ED14 IC8001 AE3 ED14

TP4023
TP4022

TP4021
TP4020

TP4019
TP4018
TP4017
TP4016

TP4015
TP4014

TP4013
TP4012
IC8001 SDA1

MSCL
IC8001

IC8001
AN16

D28
SDA1

MSCL SCL2
IC8001 AA3 XEWE1 ED15 IC8001 AD1 ED15
24k
IC8001

IC8001
J33

J34
TA2N

TA2P
MN2WS0125FE MSDA IC8001 D27 MSDA SDA2
DDR TO 18/19 TO 4/19 ERXW IC8001 AD3 ERXW IC8001 A26 VCOMP
IC8001 K33 TB2N
IC8001 AC2 ESZ0 IC8001 AD2 XECS0 C8016
6.3V IC8001 K34 TB2P
PEAKS-sLD AG31_MMCK IC8001 AG31 MMCK IC8001 AB1 ESZ1
TO 4/19 XECS1 IC8001 AC1 XECS1 1u
IC8001 L33 TC2N
AG32_MMXCK IC8001 AG32 MMXCK IC8001 AB2 XEDK
TO 4/19 VDACO_PEAKS IC8001 A25 VDACO
IC8001 L34 TC2P
SERIAL I/F IC8001 AL8 BOOTSWAP
IC8001 M33 TCLK2N

IC8001 M34 TCLK2P

IC8001 AN10 SBI0 AL28_MMRODT IC8001 AL28 MMRODT TO 7/19 IECIN IC8001 A28 IECIN
VOUTENB IC8001 N33 TD2N

IC8001 AP10 SBO0 IC8001 N34 TD2P


IC8001 C31 XNMIRQ
IC8001 P33 TE2N
AL27_MMRDRV IC8001 AL27 MMRDRV SUPPORT_CARD XIRQ1 IC8001 A31 XIRQ1
IC8001 AN11 SBI1
TO 4/19 FE_IRQ XIRQ2 IC8001 A32 XIRQ2 AUDIO I/F IC8001 P34 TE2P

IC8001 AP11 SBO1 IC8001 R33 TF2N


IC8001 AN8 SBT1 MMVCAL/REF IC8001 AH31 MMVCAL
TO 6/19 SD_COIN_DET XIRQ3 IC8001 A33 XIRQ3 IC8001 R34 TF2P

PWM0LP IC8001 AP23 PWM0LP


IC8001 AL14 TXD0 PWM0LN IC8001 AN23 PWM0LN

IC8001 AM15 RXD0


IC8001 AL29 MMVREF
TO 8/19 PWM1RP IC8001 AP22 PWM1RP

R4003 R4004 COMMON PORT PWM1RN IC8001 AN22 PWM1RN PANEL PWM
47k 47k AB31_MMCKE IC8001 AB31 MMCKE

CI I/F TO 4/19 TO 7,10/19 IECOUT IC8001 B28 IECOUT IC8001 C27 SDOUT1 PWM1
IC8001 D26 SDOUT2 PWM2
AB32_MMODT IC8001 AB32 MMODT
TO 4/19 SDVOLC XECS2 IC8001 AA1 XECS2 PORT0[6]
NSHUTDOWN IC8001 AP21 NSHUTDOWN

XRTS0 IC8001 AL13 XRTS0 PCWAIT IC8001 AP9 SMTCLK PORT1[0] VC27 TO 8/19
MUTEB IC8001 AN21 MUTEB
XDSR0 IC8001 AN12 XDSR0 PCOE

XDTR0 IC8001 AN13 XDTR0 PCWE


IC8001 AP15 CH1DATA PORT1[3] TCON
XDCD0 IC8001 AP12 XDCD0 PCIORD TO 6/19 ACTIVE_ANTENNA_ON CH1PSYNC IC8001 AN15 CH1PSYNC PORT1[4]

XCTS0 IC8001 AP13 XCTS0 PCIOWR


TO 13/19 DISPEN CH1VAL IC8001 AM14 CH1VAL PORT1[5]
IC8001 A29 LOSDOUT2 LPL

XRI0 IC8001 AL12 XRI0 PCRESET NAND IF TO 6,8/19 SOUND_SOS EA8 IC8001 AP4 EA8 PORT3[0] IC8001 B29 LOSDOUT3 LPR
CH0CLK IC8001 AL16 CH0CLK PCCD1
TO 6/19 SIF_FIL_ON EA9 IC8001 AN4 EA9 PORT3[1] IC8001 D30 LOSDOUT4 POLL
CH0DATA IC8001 AN17 CH0DATA PCREADY XNFCE IC8001 Y1 XNFCE
TO 6/19 PD4H_NCS / SD_LED_ON EA10 IC8001 AM4 EA10 PORT3[2] IC8001 D31 LOSDOUT5 POLR

CH0PSYNC IC8001 AL15 CH0PSYNC PCCE1 XNFRE IC8001 W3 XNFRE R4005 R4006 IC8001 E31 LOSDOUT6 CPV
CH0VAL IC8001 AN14 CH0VAL PCDOE XNFWE IC8001 Y3 XNFWE TO 5/19 EEPROM_WP SDOUT0 IC8001 C26 SDOUT0 PORT6[2]
47k 47k IC8001 F31 LOSDOUT7 GDATA1
TO 5/19 PANEL_LED_ON SRCK0 IC8001 D29 SRCK0 PORT7[1] IC8001 G31 LOSDOUT8 GDATA2

NFCLE IC8001 Y2 NFCLE LCD_EEP_WP SLRCK IC8001 C29 SLRCK PORT7[2] IC8001 H31 LOSDOUT9 LD
XNFWP IC8001 W4 XNFWP FAN_MAX/
LOSDOUT0 IC8001 B30 LOSDOUT0 PORT7[4]
TS I/F TO 4/19 TO 4/19 NANDRYBY IC8001 AA4 NANDRYBY TO 6/19 SP_LED_DIM
USB_VBUS LOSDOUT1 IC8001 C30 LOSDOUT1 PORT7[5]

TO 4,5/19 NFALE IC8001 Y4 NFALE AVDD_ENB ADCCK IC8001 A30 ADCCK PORT7[6]
Parallel REV_DAC_ENB SDOUT3 IC8001 B31 SDOUT3 PORT7[7]

EA12 IC8001 AN3 EA12 HSBCLKIN

EA14 IC8001 AK4 EA14 HSSYNIN


CI_POWER_ON SMTD IC8001 AN9 SMTD PORT9[0] STM RESET TO 6/19 COMMON PORT
XETS_CI SMTRST IC8001 AL9 SMTRST PORT9[1]
EA15 IC8001 AM2 EA15 HSVALIN TO 4/19
EA13 IC8001 AP2 EA13 HSDIN0
USB I/F TO 18/19 CI_OSEL SMTCMD IC8001 AL10 SMTCMD PORT9[2]
XRSTSTM IC8001 AH34 XRSTSTM G_LED_ON STMTIME0 IC8001 AP26 STMTIME0 P01 TRCD0
XEAB SMTSEL IC8001 AP8 SMTSEL PORT9[3]
EA16 IC8001 AN1 EA16 HSDIN1 PANEL_VCC_ON STMTIME1 IC8001 AN26 STMTIME1 P02 TRCD1
TO 6/19
EA17 IC8001 AJ4 EA17 HSDIN2
TO 6/19 SD_PWR_ON AGCI IC8001 D24 AGCI PORT10[0] P5V_DET/BL_ON STMTIME2 IC8001 AP27 STMTIME2 P03 TRCD2

EA18 IC8001 AL2 EA18 HSDIN3


TO 4/19 FE_XRST / SDRAM_CHK AGCR IC8001 D25 AGCR PORT10[1]
CLK PD4H_DRVRST/PWM_POW_ON STMTIME3 IC8001 AN27 STMTIME3 P04 TRCD3
EA19 IC8001 AM1 EA19 HSDIN4
SUB1.2V TO 6,17/19 R_LED_ON STMTIME4 IC8001 AN25 STMTIME4 P05

EA20 IC8001 AK2 EA20 HSDIN5 AA11_VDDUSB IC8001 AA11 VDDUSB TO 6/19 MAIN_FAN_ON / SP_LED_ON PORT0 IC8001 W33 PORT0 PORT14[0] C8082
R8016
50V 8p S
TO 6/19 FILM_DET PORT1 IC8001 W34 PORT1 PORT14[1] SP_HP_MUTE STMSBO0 IC8001 AK33 STMSBO0 P10
EA21 IC8001 AL1 EA21 HSDIN6 IC8001 AN30 OSCXI
TO 6,12/19
EA22 IC8001 AJ2 EA22 HSDIN7 TO 4/19 SDBOOT PORT2 IC8001 Y34 PORT2 PORT14[2] MON_MUTE STMSBI0 IC8001 AL33 STMSBI0 P11

R8017
TO 6/19 PD4H_XRST_SYS/PANEL_TEST_ON STMSBT0 IC8001 AP28 STMSBT0 P12

470
TO 4/19 CI_OCP CH1CLK IC8001 AP14 CH1CLK PORT15[4]
TO 6/19 P3.3V_DET/SBO STMSBO1 IC8001 AL24 STMSBO1 P13
TO 12/19 POWER_DET EA23 IC8001 AK1 EA23 PORT15[5]
SUB3.3V
IC8001 AP30 OSCXO
TO 6/19 PD4H_PANEL_MAIN_ON/SBI STMSBI1 IC8001 AN28 STMSBI1 P14

AD15_VDDAUSB IC8001 AD15 VDDAUSB


TO 4/19 USB_OCP SBT0 IC8001 AL11 SBT0 PORT15[6]
C8080 X8001
50V H0J120500062 HDMI_5V_DET1 STMGPIO7 IC8001 V1 STMGPIO7 P43
SD CARD I/F TO 6/19 PD4H_OSD_VIN/DTV_VOUTENB EA25 IC8001 AJ1 EA25 PORT16[1] 8p 12.0MHz
TO 6,7/19 HDMI_5V_DET2 STMGPIO8 IC8001 V2 STMGPIO8 P44
IC8001 AC14 VSSAPUSB TO 6/19 FAN_SOS/FV_STS EA11 IC8001 AP3 EA11 PORT16[2]
IIC I/F TO 1/19 HDMI_5V_DET0 STMGPIO9 IC8001 V3 STMGPIO9 P45

TO 18/19 TO 4/19 PG-ACTIVE_ANTENNA_DET XECS3 IC8001 AA2 XECS3 PORT16[4]


SUB_SD_3.3V IC8001 AB11 VDD33SD SUB3.3V TO 6/19 SUB3.3V_SENSE STMGPIO0 IC8001 AF34 STMGPIO0 P70
AD14_VDDPUSB IC8001 AD14 VDDPUSB STMSCL IC8001 AE33 STMSCL
TO 6,12/19 SW_OFF_DET STMGPIO1 IC8001 AJ34 STMGPIO1 P71

SDCLK IC8001 AL19 SDCLK


STMSDA IC8001 AD33 STMSDA
TO 6/19 SUB5V/SUB12V_SENSE STMGPIO2 IC8001 AG33 STMGPIO2 P72

SDCMD IC8001 AN18 SDCMD


IC8001 AD13 VSSAPUSB JTAG TO 1/19 TEST TO 6,17/19 SRQ_GenX STMGPIO3 IC8001 AF33 STMGPIO3 P73

SDDAT0 IC8001 AP19 SDDAT0


TO 6/19 GenX-EEP_WP STMGPIO4 IC8001 AJ33 STMGPIO4 P74

SDDAT1 IC8001 AN19 SDDAT1 TMS IC8001 AB34 TMS IC8001 Y15 TSTSEL
REMOTE TO 6,17/19 TO 6,9,11,12,17/19 TV_SUB_ON STMGPIO5 IC8001 AH33 STMGPIO5 P75 BEPOWER

TO 5/19 SDDAT2 IC8001 AP18 SDDAT2 TCK IC8001 AA34 TCK IC8001 Y11 FPENF TO 6,12/19 DTV_XRST STMGPIO6 IC8001 AA33 STMGPIO6 P76 BENST

SDDAT3 IC8001 AL18 SDDAT3 IC8001 AD12 USBRREF TRST IC8001 AC33 TRST STMRMIN IC8001 AG34 STMRMIN AI_SENSOR STMADIN0 IC8001 AN24 STMADIN0 P80 TRCCLK
SDCD IC8001 AM18 SDCD IC8001 AC13 USBRREF TDO IC8001 AC34 TDO IC8001 C28 TSTAIO RF_AFT1 STMADIN1 IC8001 AP25 STMADIN1 P81 TRCST

SDWP IC8001 AM17 SDWP TDI IC8001 AB33 TDI IC8001 AM16 DTCPOUT
TO 6/19 FACT STMADIN2 IC8001 AL21 STMADIN2 P82
IC8001 AP20 USBDP IC8001 Y17 V2TCPOUT HDMI I/F KEY1 STMADIN3 IC8001 AL22 STMADIN3 P83

IC8001 AN20 USBDN IC8001 AM11 A2TCPOUT


TO 6,12/19 PANEL_SOS/BL_SOS STMADIN4 IC8001 AL23 STMADIN4 P84
IC8001 Y16 M1A1TCPOUT
TO 6,16/19 SOS STMADIN5 IC8001 AP24 STMADIN5 P85

IC8001 AB14 USBATEST TO 6,7/19 STMCECO IC8001 W1 STMCECO

TO 6/19 STMCECPUL IC8001 W2 STMCECPUL

STMCECAVL1A IC8001 AD34 STMCECAVL1A DEBUG TO 6/19


TO 6,10/19 STMCECAVL1B IC8001 AE34 STMCECAVL1B

TO 18/19 TO 18/19 TO 18/19 TO 18/19 STMHPD0 IC8001 V4 STMHPD0 SCLOCK IC8001 AK34 SCLOCK
SUB1.2V SUB1.8V SUB3.3V SUB3.3V
VDDR/A IC8001 AA20 VDDR 1.8V_DDRI/F IC8001 Y23 VDDIO LVVDD33 IC8001 J31 LVVDD33 AD18_DPAVDD IC8001 AD18 DPAVDD STMHPD1 IC8001 U3 STMHPD1 SDATA IC8001 AM34 SDATA

IC8001 AB20 VDDR IC8001 Y24 VDDIO IC8001 K31 LVVDD33 STMHPD2 IC8001 U4 STMHPD2 STMEXTRG IC8001 AL34 STMEXTRG
IC8001 AC20 VDDR IC8001 AA23 VDDIO IC8001 L31 LVVDD33
STMDDCSCL0 IC8001 L4 STMDDCSCL0
IC8001 AD20 VDDR IC8001 AA24 VDDIO IC8001 M31 LVVDD33
TO 18/19 STMDDCSDA0 IC8001 P4 STMDDCSDA0
IC8001 Y20 VDDR IC8001 AB23 VDDIO IC8001 N31 LVVDD33
SUB3.3V TO 6,7/19 TEST TO 1,3,12/19
IC8001 AB24 VDDIO IC8001 P31 LVVDD33 P24_M1A1AVDD IC8001 P24 M1A1AVDD STMDDCSCL1 IC8001 M4 STMDDCSCL1

IC8001 AC23 VDDIOCK IC8001 R31 LVVDD33 STMDDCSDA1 IC8001 R4 STMDDCSDA1


IC8001 AM29 STMTEST0
IC8001 AC24 VDDIO IC8001 P23 M1A1AVSS
STMDDCSCL2 IC8001 N4 STMDDCSCL2 XRST IC8001 AM28 STMTEST1
IC8001 AB19 VDDA IC8001 AD23 VDDIO IC8001 A34 LVVSS
IC8001 AC19 VDDA IC8001 AD24 VDDIO IC8001 B32 LVVSS
TO 18/19 STMDDCSDA2 IC8001 T4 STMDDCSDA2 IC8001 AM27 STMTEST2
SUB3.3V
IC8001 AD19 VDDA IC8001 AJ31 VDDIO IC8001 C32 LVVSS N24_MVAVDD IC8001 N24 MVAVDD
IC8001 AK31 VDDIO IC8001 D32 LVVSS
TO 18/19
IC8001 AK32 VDDIO IC8001 E32 LVVSS IC8001 N23 MVAVSS
AP32_VDD12STM
TO 18/19
IC8001 AL30 VDDIO IC8001 F32 LVVSS STB1.2V VDD33STM/ADAVDD
IC8001 AL31 VDDIO IC8001 G32 LVVSS
TO 18/19 IC8001 AP29 ADAVDD
SUB3.3V
TO 18/19 IC8001 AL32 VDDIO IC8001 H32 LVVSS AD16_AVDDPWM IC8001 AD16 AVDDPWM IC8001 AP32 VDD12STM IC8001 AP31 VDD33STM

R8032
SUB1.2V IC8001 AM31 VDDIO IC8001 J32 LVVSS IC8001 AN29 ADAVSS

10k
W24_LVVDD12
IC8001 AM32 VDDIO IC8001 K32 LVVSS IC8001 AC15 AVSSPWM

IC8001 W24 LVVDD12


IC8001 AM33 VDDIO IC8001 L32 LVVSS TO 18/19
IC8001 AN32 VDDIO IC8001 M32 LVVSS SUB3.3V
AD17_A2AVDD IC8001 AD17 A2AVDD
IC8001 AN33 VDDIO IC8001 N32 LVVSS
IC8001 AN34 VDDIO IC8001 P32 LVVSS
IC8001 AC16 A2AVSS
IC8001 AP33 VDDIO IC8001 R32 LVVSS

IC8001 AP34 VDDIO

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

48
12.9. A-Board (4/19) Schematic Diagram

SUB3.3V SUB5V

SUB5V_CI
! A-BOARD (4/19) CI SLOT

P
VJ8514 VJ8513 C8409
16V
0.1u

CI_EAA11
CI_EAA12

CI_EAA10

CI_EAA9

CI_EAA14

CI_EAA15
CI_REG-
CI_RESET-

CI_CE1-

CI_IOWR-

CI_IORD-
CI_OE-

CI_WE-
R8436
22k

R8429
TO CI SLOT
EXB28V473JX
TO 5/19 C8414
25V
CI_DA3 CI_DA3 R8466
VJ8516 0.01u
CD1# 10k AS_CD1-
S
CI_DA4 CI_DA4 CI_CD1-
CI_DATAOUTA3

EXB2HV680JV
CI_DA5 CI_DA5 CI_MDO3 CI_DATAOUTA4

R8423
R8426 R8425 CI_DATAOUTA5
R8424 CI_DA6 CI_DA6 CI_MDO4
68 68 EXB28V680JX CI_DATAOUTA6

EXB28V103JX
R8457
10k CI_DA7 CI_DA7 CI_MDO5
C8404 R8465

R8471
16V
EXB28V680JX

R8438
0.1u CI_CE1- CI_CE1- CI_MDO6

10k
CI_DATAOUTA7
CE1#
C8403 CI_EAA11 CI_EAA11 CI_MDO7 R8445 68
16V CE2#
0.1u A10
CI_OE- CI_OE- CI_CE2- R8451 10k TP8730
VS1#
R8420 OE#

16

15
14

13
12
11
10

9
8

6
5
4
3
2

1
EXB2HV101JV CI_EAA12 CI_EAA12
VJ8518
CI_DA7 AC_XEAB CI_IORD-
TO 3/19 VDACO_PEAKS VDACO
TO 11/19

NCE5VOUT
EA5VOUT11
EA5VOUT12

EA5VOUT10
GND

EA5VOUT9
EA5VOUT14
EA5VOUT15
NIOWR5V/EA8

NIORD5V/EA9
A11
17 64 S R8501
CI_DA6 AC_REG CI_EAA10 CI_EAA10 CI_IORD- VJ8517 R8733
S
CI_IOWR- AC_XPDWT EXB28V680JX
CI_DA5 18 63 AC_IOWR A9 XRTS0 PCWAIT 160
CI_EAA9 CI_EAA9 CI_IOWR- AC_XPDOE
CI_DA4 19 ED5VIO7
NOE5V/EA10 62 AC_IORD CI_PKTSTINA XDSR0 PCOE
CI_RESET_5VOUT NIORD3V/EA13 A8 AC_IORD
CI_DA3 20 ED5VIO6 VDDADR 61 AC_XPDOE CI_EAA14 CI_EAA14 CI_PKTSTINA XDCD0 PCWE SUB3.3V
NREG5VOUT ED5VIO5
NWE5V/EA11 NOE3V/EA14 CI_DATAINA0 AC_XPDWE
CI_DA2 21 60 AC_XPDWE A13 XDTR0 PCIORD

NOE_ADR
R8664 R8652

VDD5V1

NREG3VIN
ED5VIO2

EA5VOUT6ED5VIO3
EA5VOUT7ED5VIO4
NWE3V/EA15 CI_EAA15 CI_EAA15 CI_DATAINA0 AC_IOWR

NIOWR3V/EA12
CI_DA1 22 59 AC_XPDCE1 CI_DATAINA1 XCTS0 PCIOWR 10k 10k
ED5VIO1 NCE3VIN A14 AC_CI_RESET
CI_DA0 23 58 AC_XEDB CI_WE- CI_WE- CI_DATAINA1 XRI0 PCRESET
ED5VIO0 NOE_DAT CI_DATAINA2 CH0CLK R8508 68
CI_EAA1 24 57 AC_CI_RESET WE# CH0CLK PCCD1

ED3VIO5
25
EA5VOUT1 CI_RESET_3VIN
56
CI_IREQ- CI_IREQ- CI_DATAINA2 CH0DATA
TO 3/19 S

VDD3V
CI_EAA2 VJ8512 AA_XEAS CI_DATAINA3 CH0DATA PCREADY R8619

MODE
EA5VOUT2 LE IREQ# AC_XPDCE1 R8505 68 ECLK

GND
26 55 S
CI_EAA3 VJ8511 AA_ERXW CI_DATAINA3 CH0PSYNC PCCE1
EA5VOUT3 RNW VCC AC_XEDB R8510 68
S

R8428

R8515
CI_EAA4 27 54 VCC CH0VAL PCDOE R8621
S

2.2k

10k
CI_EAA5 28
EA5VOUT4 VDD5V2 GND ED3VIO7
53
VPP2
TO 3/19 XECS1
R8655
S
EA5VOUT8ED3VIO4 VPP1 R8509
CI_EAA6 29
EA5VOUT5
EA5VOUT13
ED3VIO3
ED3VIO6
52 CI_ENINA CI_ENINA
CI_POWER_ON 68
SMTD CI_POWER_ON
XECS2
R8656
S
AA_XECS2
TO 5/19

ED3VIO0

ED3VIO1
ED3VIO2
EA3VIN1
EA3VIN2
EA3VIN3

EA3VIN4
EA3VIN5

EA3VIN6

EA3VIN7
MDI4 CI_DATAINA4 AC_XETS_CI R8506 68 XECS3
CI_EAA7 30 51 MIVAL SMTRST XETS_CI
CI_CLKINA CI_CLKINA CI_DATAINA4 AC_CI_OSEL R8507 68
31 50 MDI5 CI_DATAINA5 SMTCMD CI_OSEL
MCLKI AC_XEAB R8480 68
32 49 CI_EAA13 CI_EAA13 CI_DATAINA5 SMTSEL XEAB
R8422 R8498
33

34
35

36
37
38
39

40
41

42

43
44
45
46
47

48
MDI6 CI_DATAINA6 CI_OCP 68
EXB2HV680JV C8406 A12 CH1CLK CI_OCP
16V CI_EAA8 CI_EAA8 CI_DATAINA6
0.1u CI_DATAINA7 R8450
A7 MDI7
47k AC_REG
S
R8516 CI_EAA7 CI_EAA7 CI_DATAINA7 REG SUB3.3V
68
68

10k R8464 68 CI_CLKOUTA


A6 MCLKO VJ8520

IC8401 C8405
CI_EAA6 CI_EAA6
A5
CI_MCLKO
RESET
TP8401
CI_RESET-
R8452
R8453

16V
0.1u CI_EAA5 CI_EAA5 CI_RESET-
C1AB00002913 R8419 WAIT# CI_WAIT- R8618
A4 10k
EXB2HV101JV R8481 S
CI_EAA4 CI_EAA4 CI_WAIT-
CI ASIC A3
INPACK# 22k
TO 3/19 XERE
R8607
CI_EAA3 CI_EAA3 CI_INPACK-
REG# CI_REG-
A2
CI_EAA13

CI_EAA2 CI_EAA2 CI_REG- R8463


CI_EAA8

AA_ED0
AA_ED1

AA_ED2
AA_ED3
AA_ED4
AA_ED5
AA_ED6

AA_ED7
AA_EA1
AA_EA2
AA_EA3

AA_EA4
AA_EA5

AA_EA6
AA_EA7

68 CI_ENOUTA
A1
CI_EAA1 CI_EAA1 CI_MOVAL TP8600
CI_PKTSTOUTA
A0 VJ8601
CI_DA0 CI_DA0 CI_MOSTRT CI_DATAOUTA0
AC_CHVAL R8488 68
TO 3/19 PORT2
S
CI_DATAOUTA1 EA15 HSVALIN C8600
R8669
CI_DA1 CI_DA1 CI_MDO0 AC_CHSYNC R8489 68 50V
CI_DATAOUTA2 EA14 HSSYNIN 10k
1000p
AC_CHCLK R8490 68
CI_DA2 CI_DA2 CI_MDO1 EA12 HSBCLKIN
R8462 AC_CHDI0 R8491 68
AA_ED0 EXB28V680JX AS_CD2- EA13 HSDIN0
AA_ED0 CI_MDO2 AC_CHDI1 R8492 68
AA_ED1 AA_XEAS VJ8519 C8413 EA16 HSDIN1
CD2# R8467
AA_ED1 25V AC_CHDI2 R8493 68
S 10k
AA_ED2
AA_ED2
CI_CD2- 0.01u
AC_CHDI3 R8494 68
EA17 HSDIN2 TO 3/19 SUB3.3V
AA_ED3 EA18 HSDIN3
AA_ED3 AC_CHDI4 R8495 68 R8661 R8638 R8606
AA_ED4
AA_ED4 TO 5/19 R8437 AC_CHDI5 R8496 68
EA19 HSDIN4
2.2k 10k 2.2k
SUB3.3V AA_ED5 EA20 HSDIN5
22k
AA_ED5 AC_CHDI6 R8497 68
AA_ED6 EA21 HSDIN6
AA_ED6 AC_CHDI7 R8499 68
AA_ED7 EA22 HSDIN7
R8470 AA_ED7
10k
CI_OCP R8645 68
TO 3/19 NANDRYBY NANDRYBY
R8635
S
AB_NANDRYBY
TO 5/19
SUPPORT_CARD XIRQ1
TO 3/19 FE_IRQ XIRQ2
R8636 68
TP8402 TP8400 SUB_CI_5V
L8401
R8433 J0JHC0000045
VOUT

0.1
1 5
VIN

C8408
16V C8410 VJ8600
R8434 R8441
GND

16V USB_OCP SBT0


0.1u 2
0.1u 47k 680 TO 3/19 S
R8439
Q8400 22k
CI_POWER_ON VJ8515
3 4 DSC200100L Q8401
/OC
EN

DSC200100L
S

R8454

R8455
100k

100k
R8431