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2009

DLP™ PROJECTOR

MODEL
XD221U/
Pb Solder, Pb Joints, Pb PCA
XD221U -G
This product uses lead-free solder
on the circuit boards. For repairing
circuit boards, see "Precautions for
resoldering" in this Service Manual.

These models are RoHS-compliant. Provide


servicing referring to “NOTES FOR SERVICING
RoHS-COMPLIANT PRODUCTS” described in
the service manual.

CAUTION
Before servicing this chassis, it is important that the service person reads the “PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE” in this service
manual.

SPECIFICATIONS
• Rated power supply : 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz • S-Video input : Luminance signal: 1.0 Vp-p
• Rated input : 2.7A 75Ω (negative sync)
• Display technology : 0.55 inch Single chip Chroma signal: 0.286 Vp-p 75Ω
• Digital Micromirror Device (DMD) (burst signal)
• Pixels : 1,024x768= 786,432 pixels • Video input : 1.0 Vp-P 75Ω(negative sync)
• Colors : 16,770,000 colors • Audio input : 350 mVrms, 10 kΩ or more
• Projection lens : F2.5-2.7, f=19.9-23.9 mm • Analog RGB input : RGB: 0.7 Vp-p 75Ω(negative sync)
• Light source lamp :180 W YPbPr/YCbCr: Y-> 1.0 Vp-p (negative sync)
• Picture Size : 40-300 inch, aspect ratio rate 4:3 PbPr/CbCr-> 0.7 Vp-p
• PC compatibility : 640 x 400 (Expand) -1,024 x 768 (Real) - HD/CS: TTL level(positive or negative)
1,280 x 1,024 (Compress) VD: TTL level(positive or negative)
Sync on Green available • Control connector : Serial terminal(RS-232C) (Mini-Din)
• Video compatibility : NTSC / NTSC 4.43 / PAL (including PAL-M, N) • Outside dimensions : 302 x 104 x 236mm (width x height x depth)
/ SECAM / PAL-60 / Component Video • Weight : Approx. 3.2kg
(DVD/HDTV) (480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, 1080i) • Temperature, humidity : +41°F (+5°C) - +95°F (+35°C), 30-90%
• Speaker : 10W mono round type (performance guaranteed)

• Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.


• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Copyright © 2009 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation All Rights Reserved.


NOTES FOR SERVICING RoHS-COMPLIANT PRODUCTS
Follow the notes and instructions below when servicing RoHS-compliant
products.
1. For RoHS-compliant products, be sure to use RoHS-compliant service parts.
2. Check the presence of <G> marking on the rating plate to distinguish RoHS-
compliant product from non-RoHS-compliant product.

<G> marking
With <G> marking: RoHS-compliant product
Without <G> marking: Non-RoHS-compliant product

<Sample>

Mark position


3. Labels of RoHS-compliant service parts bear <G> marking for identification purpose.

Parts Name

Parts No.
Mark position

Model Name E05R

<Sample>
4. Don’t use non-RoHS-compliant parts with RoHS-compliant products.
5. Service parts for RoHS-compliant products are listed in the parts catalog contained
in the service manual.

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CONTENTS
– FILE “COVERPGE” –
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................................................. 1
NOTES FOR SERVICING RoHS-COMPLIANT PRODUCTS................................................................................ 2
CONTENTS............................................................................................................................................................ 3
– FILE “EXPOSED” –
TRADE MARK, REGISTERED TRADEMARK....................................................................................................... 1
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE................................................................................................................................ 1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS....................................................................................................................................... 2
PRECAUTIONS FOR RESOLDERING.................................................................................................................. 3
EXPOSED VIEW.................................................................................................................................................... 4
DLP ASSY......................................................................................................................................................... 4
Optical unit........................................................................................................................................................ 6
DISASSEMBLY...................................................................................................................................................... 8
LABEL POSITION.................................................................................................................................................. 18
PACKING................................................................................................................................................................ 19

– FILE “MAINTENA” –
REPLACING THE LAMP........................................................................................................................................ 1
MAINTENANCE..................................................................................................................................................... 3
ENGINEERING MODE........................................................................................................................................... 4
LIFE TIME OF THE CONSUMABLE PARTS......................................................................................................... 6
DEFECT STANDARD OF DMD PIXEL (REFERENCE)......................................................................................... 6
DOWNLOAD OF THE FIRMWARE........................................................................................................................ 7

– FILE “PCCONTRL” –
Controlling projector using a . ............................................................................................ 1

– FILE “DIAGNO” –
DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION.................................................................................................................................. 1
SPECIFICATION OF RGB SIGNALS IN EACH COMPUTER MODE OF THE PROJECTOR............................... 2

– FILE “DIAGFLOW” –
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................................................................................... 1
Power source 1................................................................................................................................................. 1
Power source 2................................................................................................................................................. 2
Video signal 1................................................................................................................................................... 3
Video signal 2................................................................................................................................................... 4
Operation function............................................................................................................................................ 5

– FILE “PARTSLST” –
PARTS LIST........................................................................................................................................................... 1
EXPOSED VIEW.............................................................................................................................................. 2
PACKING.......................................................................................................................................................... 4
ELECTRICAL PARTS AND OTHERS............................................................................................................... 5

– FILE “SCHEMATC” –
BLOCK DIAGRAM................................................................................................................................................. 1

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TRADEMARK, REGISTERED TRADEMARK
DLP™ (Digital Light Processing) and DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) are trademarks of Texas Instruments Incorporated.
Other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE


Many electrical and mechanical parts in the projector have special safety related characteristics. These characteristics are often
not evident from visual inspection nor can the protection afforded by them necessarily be obtained by using replacement compo-
nents rated for higher voltage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this ser-
vice manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by shading on the schematic diagram and the parts list
of this service manual and by the supplementary sheet for this chassis to be issued subsequently.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
North america
NOTICE: Observe all cautions and safety related notes located inside the cabinet and on the chassis.
Warning
1. Operation of this projector outside the cabinet or with the cover removed presents a shock hazard from the projector power
supplies.
2. When a short-circuit has occurred, replace those components that indicate evidence of overheating.
3. Grounding circuit continuity is vital for safe operation of equipment. Do not remove ground connection while the power cord
is still connected to the supply. Disconnect supply before servicing.
Leakage current check
Before returning the projector to the customer, it is recommended that leakage current be measured according to the follow-
ing methods.
1. Cold check
With the AC plug removed from the AC 100 to 240 V, place a jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Turn the projector AC
switch on. Using an ohm-meter, connect one lead to the AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed metal part (metal
cabinet, screwheads, metal overlays, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis. Exposed
metal parts having a return path to the chassis should have a minimum resistance reading of 1 megohm. Any resistance be-
low this value indicates an abnormality which requires corrective action. Exposed metal parts not having a return path to the
chassis will indicate an open circuit.
2. Hot check
Use the circuit in figure to perform this test.
(1) With switch S1 open, connect the projector to the measuring circuit. Immediately after connection, measure the leakage
current using both positions of switch S2, and with the switching devices in the projector in all of their operating positions.
(2) Switch S1 is then closed, energizing the projector. Immediately after closing the switch, measure the leakage current us-
ing both positions of switch S2, and with the switching devices in the projector in all of their operating positions. Current
measurements of items (1) and (2) are to be repeated after the projector has reached thermal stabilization. The leakage
current must not be more than 0.5 milliampere.

Projector AC milliammeter
S2
A
AC 100 to 240 V V
GH
S1 (grounding)
open
Insulating table
Grounding supply conductor
B
Figure

Europe, other than USA


NOTICE: Observe all cautions and safety related notes located inside the cabinet and on the chassis.
Warning
1. An isolation transformer should be used between the projector and the AC supply point before any test/service is performed
on a LIVE chassis projector.
2. Operation of this projector outside the cabinet or with the cover removed, involves a shock hazard from the projector power
supplies. Work on the projector should not be attempted by anyone who is not thoroughly familiar with precautions neces-
sary when working on high voltage equipment.
3. When service is required, observe the original lead dressing. Extra precaution should be given to assure correct lead dress-
ing in the high voltage area. Where a short-circuit has occurred, replace those components that indicate evidence of over-
heating.

Leakage current cold check


Before returning the projector to the customer, it is recommended that leakage current be measured according to the following
methods.
With the AC plug removed from the AC source, place a jumper across the two AC plug prongs. Turn the projector AC switch on.
Using an 500 V D.C. Insulation Tester, connect one lead to the jumpered AC plug and touch the other lead to each exposed met-
al part (screwheads, etc.), particularly any exposed metal part having a return path to the chassis. Exposed metal parts having a
return path to the chassis should have a minimum resistance reading of 4 megohm. Any resistance below this value indicates an
abnormality which requires corrective action.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR RESOLDERING
Lead-free solder is handled in a different way from eutectic solder. See below for details.

How to distinguish circuit boards using lead-free solder from those using
eutectic solder

Circuit boards using lead-free solder


A mark of Solder, Joints, PCA or LFS (for limited marking space) is printed near the board assembly number on
the component side.

Circuit boards using eutectic solder


Circuit boards using eutectic solder are divided into two groups.
- Boards having no mark of Solder, Joints, PCA or LFS (for limited marking space) near the board assembly
number.
- Boards having a mark of Solder, Joints, PCA or LFS (for limited marking space) that is painted out by a felt-
pen near the board assembly number.
* Only when there is a limited marking space on the board, Solder may be indicated as S, Joints as J, and
PCA as P.
* Circuit boards using lead-free solder and those using eutectic solder may be used together in the same product.

Instructions for resoldering


- For circuit boards using lead-free solder, use lead-free solder.
- For circuit boards using eutectic solder, use eutectic solder.
- Separate the soldering iron for lead-free solder from that for eutectic solder completely for use.
(It is prohibited to use a same soldering iron for lead-free solder and eutectic solder.)
- For lead-free solder, it is advisable to use a soldering iron of at least 40 W because lead-free solder has a melting point ap-
prox. 35°C higher than that of eutectic solder as conventionally used. For wire solder, use M705ESC made by Senju Metal
Industry Co., Ltd.
- To remove solder, you can use desoldering wires for eutectic solder as conventionally used.

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EXPOSED VIEW
DLP ASSY
1
2

14

OPTICAL UNIT

9
8
10

11

12

13

Fig.1-1

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Parts list : See page 2 of PARTS LIST

Item No. Part name

1 LAMP COVER
2 IO COVER
3 TOP COVER
4 MAIN PCB ASSY
5 AUDIO PCB ASSY
6 SPEAKER
7 LAMP POWER UNIT
8 IR(F) PCB ASSY
9 FAN MOTOR (POWER)
10 FAN MOTOR (EXHAUST)
11 POWER PCB ASSY
12 BOTTOM COVER
13 ADJUSTER
14 KEY PCB ASSY

Table 1-1

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Optical unit

1
2

4
5

Fig.1-2

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Parts list : See page 3 of PARTS LIST

Item No. Part name

1 DMD-CHIP
2 DMD PCB ASSY
3 LENS UNIT
4 COLOR WHEEL PCB ASSY
5 COLOR WHEEL
6 LIGHT PIPE
7 FAN MOTOR (LAMP)
8 LAMP CONNECTOR

Table 1-2

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DISASSEMBLY
1 Unscrew the 8 screws (a) from
the bottom cover.

(a)

(a)

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2 Unscrew the 6 screws (a) and
unscrew the 3 screws (b) ,then
take off the IO COVER.

(b)

(a)
(b)

3 Remove the cover of the screw


fixing the lamp cover with a
Lamp cover fingernail.
Remove the screw (a) and
slide the lamp cover for
removal.

(a)
Cover of the screw fixing the lamp cover

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4 Make sure zoom ring and
Top cover focus ring back inside.
Then take the top cover off
gently.
Note: Please disconnect the
FFC cable connected with
MAIN PCB ASSY first before
take the top cover off.

5 Unscrew the 5 screws and then


Unscrew sequence : E-D-C-B-A remove main top shield.
D C B A E

Main top shield

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Note 1.Show you what the connector
should be.
2.Disconnect all lines gently.

/#+02%$#55;

6 Remove the MAIN PCB


ASSY.

MAIN PCB ASSY

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7 Remove the two fan motor.

Fan motor(exhaust)

Fan motor(power)

8 Unscrew 1 screw (a) and


(c) 1 screw(b).
(c) Then take out the lamp
power unit.
Unscrew 2 screw (c).
(b) Then take out the AUDIO
PCB ASSY.
(a)

Lamp power unit

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9 Unscrew the 6 screws.
(E) screws.
Unscrew sequence D-C-B-A
Then take out the optical
(D) (B) (C) (A) unit gently.

(F)

Optical unit

10 Unscrew the 4 screws(a),


disconnect (b) and (c)
then take off POWER PCB
(b) ASSY.
(c)

(a)
(a)
(a) (a)

POWER PCB ASSY

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11 Take off the power board
holder.

Power board holder

12 Unscrew 2 screw (a).


Then take off the lighting
wire module.

(a) (a)

Lighting wire module

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13 (a) Unscrew the 4 screws (a)
take off grille.
(a)
(a)
(a)

Grille

14 Unscrew the 2 screws (a)


take off lens holder.
(a)
(a)

Lens holder

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15 Unscrew the 2 screws (a)
(a) take off speaker module
and (b).

Speaker

(b)

16 Unscrew 1 screw (a) and


take off the IR(F)PCB ASSY.

(a)
IR(F)PCB ASSY

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17 Remove adjuster from the
Bottom cover bottom cover.

Adjuster

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LABEL POSITION

WARNING LABEL WARNING LABEL

LAMP LABEL

UL LABEL

LAMP TYPE LABEL WARNING LABEL

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PACKING

Packing sheet

Battery

2 VGA cable
4

Packing 5
bag

Caution sheet

9 9

Fig.1-3

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Parts list : See page 4 of PARTS LIST

Item No. Part name

1 CD ROM IB
2 SAFETY MANUAL
3 CAUTION SHEET
4 REMOTE CONTROL
5 AC POWER CORD
6 SOFT CASE
7 PACKING CUSHION
8 PACKING CUSHION (PAD)
9 PACKING CASE

Table 1-3

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Lamp replacement
REPLACING THE LAMP
This projector is equipped with a lamp to project images. This lamp is The lamp unit is fixed in position with two retaining claws (d) inside
a consumable. It may burn out or its brightness may decrease during so the lamp attachment unit (e) designed specifically for this pro-

ENGLISH
use. In such cases, replace the lamp with a new one as soon as possi- jector is required to replace the lamp.
ble. Be sure to replace the lamp with a new lamp separately sold that Do not pull out the lamp forcibly. The lamp unit may be irretrievably
is exclusive to this projector. Contact your dealer for purchase of the damaged.
lamp. A new lamp unit can be installed without the lamp attachment unit.
Replace the spare lamp using the lamp attachment unit that is
(d) (f)
equipped with the spare lamp (separately sold) designed specifically
for this projector.
Spare lamp for XD221U/XD221U-G: VLT-XD221LP

Caution:
• Do not remove the lamp immediately after using the projector. You
may get burned because the lamp is very hot after use.
• Before replacing the lamp, press the POWER button to turn off the
lamp and wait for two minutes for lamp to cool down. Unplug the
power cord from wall outlet and wait one hour for the lamp to cool
3. Loosen the two screws (g) indicated as arrows (J) in figure, and
down completely.
mount the lamp attachment unit (e).
• Do not remove the lamp except for replacement. Careless han- Slide the lamp attachment unit in the direction indicated by a white
dling can cause injury or fire. arrow after the installation of it, and hook the claw (f) into the hole
• Do not touch the lamp directly. It may break and cause injury or of the device to fix the lamp attachment unit.
burn. If not hooking the claw, the lamp attachment unit will be lifted with-
• Be sure not to drop the lamp lid screw into the projector. Also be out being fixed in the precise position.
sure not to put metal or any flammable objects inside because it
(g)
may cause fire or electric shock. If any objects should fall inside,
unplug and contact your dealer. (e)

• Install the lamp securely to prevent failure and fire.


• If the lamp should break, small glass fragments may fall out
through the grilles and some may remain inside of the projector or
the lamp box. When taking the lamp box out, be sure to turn over
the projector and hold the handle of the lamp box to avoid injury
due to the glass fragments.
• If the lamp should break, never shake the lamp box or hold it in
front of your face after removing it. The lass fragments may fall out (Caution)
and cause injury to your eyes. When replacing the lamp, do not remove the screws other than
• Be sure to use the lamp dedicated to this projector, VLT-XD221LP those in the above picture. If do, it might cause the failure of prod-
for XD221U/XD221U-G. Use of other lamps may cause a failure of uct.
the projector. When the projector is mounted to the ceiling:
• Do not use any other tools for replacing the spare lamp, and be Secure the lamp attachment unit and the projector with the screw
sure to use the lamp attachment unit that is equipped with the (h) that come with the lamp attachment unit. Otherwise, the lamp
spare lamp (separately sold) designed specifically for this projec- unit may fall from the inside and cause injuries.
tor. Use of other tools may cause a failure of the projector.
(h)

Make sure that the projector is securely held in place.

1. Remove the cover (a) of the screw fixing the lamp cover with a fin-
gernail. If it is difficult to remove it with a fingernail, use a fine-
tipped tool such as flathead screwdriver.
(a)

• Contact your dealer when replacing the lamp unit with the pro-
jector mounted to the ceiling.

4. Pull up the handle (i), and then pull out the lamp unit (j) by the han-
dle.
2. Remove the screw (b) and slide the lamp cover (c) for removal.
(i)
(c)

(b)
(j)

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Lamp replacement (continued)

5. Remove the lamp attachment unit. Interval of lamp replacement


When the lamp lifetime notice is issued, the lamp replacement is rec-
ommended even if the lamp is lit normally. Decrease in luminescence
and/or color brightness indicates that the lamp needs to be replaced.
When the lamp operation time exceeds the time elapsed until the
lamp lifetime notice*1 is issued, the indicator will blink alternately
green and red while the lamp is lit (while the lamp is not lit, the indica-
tor will blink red only) and the lamp replacement message will appear
on the screen for one minute every time the lamp is turned on. When
the lamp operation time exceeds the time elapsed until the lamp life-
time warning*2 is issued, the replacement message (LAMP
• Pull the lamp unit out of the projector slowly. If it is pulled out EXCHANGE) will appear on the screen for one minute at fixed inter-
quickly, the lamp may break, scattering glass fragments. vals*4 thereafter.
• Do not spill liquid on the removed lamp unit or do not place it
When the lamp operation time exceeds the time elapsed
near any flammable object or where children can reach to pre-
vent injuries or fire. until the lamp lifetime*3, the projector keeps on issuing
When the projector is mounted to the ceiling: the warning, shuts off automatically after ten minutes,
Confirm that the lamp unit (j) is securely held inside the lamp dispos- and then enters the standby state.
able bag of the lamp attachment unit. And then loosen the screw (h) XD221U/XD221U-G
that come with the lamp attachment unit. Then remove the lamp *1
3000 Hours
attachment unit. *2 3800 Hours
*3
4000 Hours*5

The times above are when LAMP MODE of the INSTALLATION menu
is set to LOW. When it is set to STANDARD, this duration will be short-
ened.
*4
These intervals vary depending on the lamp mode setting.
*5
When LAMP MODE is set to STANDARD, the time elapsed until
the lamp lifetime will be shortened to 3000 hours.
Important:
• Do not open the lamp cover when the projector is set at a ceiling or
6. Load a new lamp unit securely into the projector in the right orien- a high place. Lamp fragments may fall from the inside if the lamp
tation. were broken.
7. Secure the lamp cover (c) with screws (b) back again, and mount Please contact your dealer when you need to replace the lamp
the cover (a). with a new one.
• Make sure that the lamp cover is secured firmly. Otherwise, the
POWER indicator flashes red and green, disallowing the projec- Caution:
tor to be powered on. • This projector uses a lamp that
Reset of the lamp operation time
1. Connect with the Power cord, and turn the power on. contains mercury. Disposal of the
2. Display DETAIL MENU. (See page 16.) lamp or the projector with the lamp
3. Select LAMP TIME RESET in INSTALLATION menu, and press
ENTER button to reset lamp operation time. may be regulated due to environ-
Important:
• The projector doesn’t turn on if the lamp cover isn’t attached
mental considerations. For disposal
securely. or recycling information, please
• Be sure to reset the lamp operation time whenever you replace the
lamp. contact your local authorities or the
• Do not reset the lamp operation time unless you replace the lamp.
Electronic Industries Alliance:
Caution:
• The lamp is fragile. If it is broken, be careful not to cut yourself with www.eiae.org. (For US only).
glass fragments.
• Contact your dealer for a new lamp.

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If the following problem occurs after the lamp is replaced, check the following first.
Problem Solution

• Fit the lamp cover securely. (See page 28.)


The projector does not turn on.

MAINTENANCE
• Reset the lamp operating time. (See page 28.)

The STATUS indicator blinks. • Reset the lamp operating time. (See page 28.)

Maintenance
Warning:
Do not use flammable solvents (benzene, thinner, etc.) and flammable aerosols when cleaning the projector body and lens. Flammable substances
may ignite causing fire or breakdown while the lamp is illuminating.
Caution:
Be sure to turn off the lamp and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before you perform any maintenance on the projector.
Cleaning of the projector and the ventilation slots
Use a soft cloth to clean the projector and the ventilation grilles. When the grilles become dirty, wipe them with a soft cloth dampened with diluted
mild detergent, and then wipe them with a dry cloth.
To protect the surface of the projector from fading or deteriorating:
• Do not spray insecticide on or inside the projector.
• Do not use benzin or thinner to clean it.
• Do not let rubber or plastic materials contact with projector.
Cleaning of the lens
Use a standard lens-cleaning brush or a piece of lens tissue dampened with lens cleaning fluid. The lens surface is fragile. Use only recommended,
nonabrasive lens-cleaning materials. Do not touch the lens with your fingers.

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ENGINEERING MODE
How to access Engineering Mode
1. Turn on projector, Press “Menu” button on the remove control to open the QUICK MENU.Move the color bar to “DETAIL
MENU” press “ENTER” into “DETAIL MENU”;

2. Press the right direction keypad to select “FEATURE”, press “ENTER” into “FEATURE” menu. Move the color bar to “MENU
POSITION” press “AUTO POSITION- ENTER-AUTO POSITION” on the remove control to access the Engineering Mode.

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3. At “FEATURE” screen, move the color bar to “LANGUAGE” press “AUTO POSITIONENTER-AUTO POSITION” on the re-
move control to access the Function Mode.

Message in the Engineering Mode


This section presents the meaning of each item in the engineering mode .

Item Explanation
S/W VERSION Software version in this machine.
SET TIME How many hours this machine works?
LAMP TIME How many hours this lamp works?
LAMP RESET How many times lamp reset in this machine?
LAMP ERROR TIME When does this machine occur lamp error?
IN - TEMP The thermal sensor has detected the temperature from IN - TEMP thermal.
LAMP - TEMP The thermal sensor has detected the temperature from LAMP – TEMP thermal.
DMD - TEMP The thermal sensor has detected the temperature from DMD – TEMP thermal.
FAN MODE The thermal sensor has detected the temperature from FAN - MODE thermal.

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LIFE TIME OF THE CONSUMABLE PARTS
Following are the reference of the life times of the consumable parts.
• Lamp.....................................Max. 4,000 hours (When LAMP MODE is LOW.)
• Color wheel...........................Approx. 8,000 hours
• Cooling fan (power)..............Approx. 10,000 hours
• Cooling fan (exhaust)............Approx. 5,000 hours
• Cooling fan (lamp)................Approx. 10,000 hours

DEFECT STANDARD OF DMD PIXEL (REFERENCE)


Note:
This defect standard is intended to define the factory shipping criteria, not to guarantee the product.

Measurement conditions
Projection condition : 40 +/- 0.5 inches and wide edges
Projection distance : About 1.3 m.
Inspection signal : 100% white (internal or outside), 100% black (internal or outside), and 50% gray
100% black is not used to judge Bremish.
Measurement point : at any point of the screens
Picture quality menu : Contrast: 0 and bright: 0
Measurement time : Two minutes after it lights
Set posture : Measure it by the floor putting and horizontal +/- 5deg.
Environmental illuminance : 5(lx) or less at the measurement point
Measuring instrument : Measure it by vertical posture.
Others : Parts that influence brightness such as the projection lenses must include neither dust nor dirt, etc.
Standard value
Bremish 4 or less
Dark pixel 4 or less
Bright pixel 0 (display pixel)
1 (outside display pixel)
Unstable pixel 0
Adjacent pixel 0
(It is calculated besides the bright pixelts or dark pixels)

Definition
Bremish : Defect like misty bright (or misty dark) due to foreign body or scratch, etc. on optical path.
Bremish doesn't focus the image on the state of pictures just focus.
Dark pixel : Pixel defect where DMD mirror is off fixed.
Bright pixel : Pixel defect where DMD mirror is on fixed.
Unstable pixel : The pixel defect that the DMD mirror works regardless of the input image signal.
Blinking bright point is included in this.
Adjacent pixel : Pixel defect that does operation as which two adjoining DMD mirrors or more are the same.

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DOWNLOAD OF THE FIRMWARE
Outline
Download the firmware to the ROM of the projector by the
program.

Operating conditions
Microsoft® Windows® Me/2000/XP shall operate correctly.
(The program doesn’t run on Windows® 95/98.)
A display device supporting VGA (640 x 480) or above is re-
quired.

Necessary files
The following files are necessary to run the program.
• Data folder : Firmware data 4. When the installation is finished, click [Finish] and reboot
Model Data folder name the PC. (A shortcut to DLP Composer (TM) Lite is created
XD221U/XD221U-G XD221v*** on the desktop.)
(*** indicates the version.) Preparation before starting the program
• [DLP Composer (TM) Lite 7.2] 1. Copy the data folder on the desk-top of the Windows® .
: Program for download 2. Disconnect the power cord from the projector.
• [XD221 3. After installing the [DLP Composer(TM) Lite 7.2], over-
(*** indicates the version.) write the [dlpproc.inf] file in the holder of [C:¥Program
Files¥DLP Composer Lite 7.2] by the attached [dlpproc.inf]
file. And copy the attached [Flash Device Parameter.txt] to
the holder of [C:¥ ProgramFiles¥ DLP Composer Lite 7.2].
Necessary parts 4. Choose the eye-con of [Install DLP Processor USB Driver]
The following files are necessary for download of the firmware. in the pull down menu of [DLP Composer(TM) Lite 7.2]
○ JIG-DOWNLOAD-FW (859C749O10) which comes out on a program menu. (USB support is in-
• Jumper stalled.)
• RS232C cable (MD 8P - USB 4P)
○ AC power cord

Installing [DLP Composer (TM) Lite]


1. Double-click the [DLP Composer Lite v7.2 Setup.exe].
2. As installation starts, click [Next] to continue the installation
process.

5. The display of "Press some keys for continuing" should


be comes out to a screen, then press some keys to a key-
board and wait to complete installation.
6. Remove the top cover of projector.
7. The jump is attached to the parallel port of the connec-
tion terminal of the main board. when update FW process
starts, it doesn’t work if the jump isn’t attached.

3. On the [License Agreement] screen, move the scroll bar


on the right to the bottom, select [I accept and agree to
be bound by all the terms and conditions of this License Attached the jumps
Agreement], and click Next to continue the installation pro-
cess.

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Operating procedure input 0000

1) Double-click [DLP Composer (TM) Lite 7.2].


The following screen will appear.
Click the [Edit]

input 0000

input 000

Further, in the place of Library, select the Browse and set


the pass of folder which contains the "Flash Device
Parameters .txt" for DDP2230.

2) Chose the Edit/Preferences from the menus of DLP


Composer (TM) ,and select the "USB Port" (DDP2000/
DDP3020) in the item of Communications.

Click the Browse

Click and set the pass


of holder
Click here and
add a dot mark.

And setup the USB Device Identification under that, as follows


Vendor : 0x489
Product : 0xdfff
And next, click the [Configure], and set the numbers in the
window of USB Configuration as follows
input 0x89

0x89

0xdfff

input 0xdfff

Read Timeout : 10000mSec


Write Timeout : 10000mSec
Reset Delay : 5000mSec
Click the OK

After set up is completed, push "O.K." in a DLP Composer


Preferences window . And then, close this program
temporary, and start again .

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3) Unite the cursor to the Flash Loader in the Project window, cord and then keep the button down for about 4 seconds.
which is displayed on the left-hand side in a DLP Com- The STATUS LED on the projector illuminates green for
poser (TM)Lite window , and left-click. about 5 seconds. While the LED is illuminating green, click
[Reset Bus] on the [Flash Loader] screen and then click
[Start Download].
When the dialog box is displayed, click [Yes]. When the
DDP2230 faction projector is connected for the first time,
the beginning screen of the retrieval wizard of new hard-
ware is displayed. Select [Following] one by one, installs
normally, and then reactivate the computer.When the
retrieval wizard of new hardware should select the driver,
Left click put the check mark in [Display an already-known driver of
this device and select it from the list], and select [Next].
When the list of hardware is displayed, select the [JUNGO]
among that and select [Next] . Confirm that the [Windriver]
is selected, and then select [Next].
Put a checkmark next to
4) Then the window of Flash Loader displayed, at the Options [Skip Boot Loader Area].
Flash Image File, "Browse....." chose the File "XD221_
Flash _v ***.img" for downloade. ( ***: Version name)
<< important! >>: "Skip Boot Loader Area" should be sure
to keep a check mark put in. Moreover, please set a setup
of a dialog portion as "32KB."
For 2), 3), and 4) , once it sets up, DLP Composer (TM)
Lite memorizes a setting value, it is not necessary to re-set
up for every download.
5) Within the state where the main power supply was turned
Click [Browse] and select
[XD_Flash_v***.img].

C:\English\XD_Flash_v00.img
32 KB

Click [Start Download]. Click [Reset Bus].

Click and make a check mark

Click and set KB

off, connect a projector main part to the personal computer


for adjustment with the USB cable, .
6) While holding down the SOURCE button, plug in the power

Click [Yes].

Note: When it passes 5 seconds or longer without any opera-


tion after the power cord is connected to the projector,
the STATUS LED goes off, the POWER LED blinks
alternately red and green, and download becomes
impossible. In such a case, connect the power cord to
the projector again and retry download.

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7) When download is completed (about 3 minutes and 30
seconds), it will be displayed on the portion of Status as
"Download Complete." Since initialization is automatically
begun here when EEPROM is a new article, don't shut off
the main power supply. STATUS LED lights up in red dur-
ing initialization of EEPROM.Initialization of EEPROM will
be completed if "POWER" LED carries out red / green mu-
tual blink.

Download Complete should be displayed

8) Turn OFF the main power supply and extract a USB cable.

note 1) When the main power supply is OFF, carry out


cable removal of USB.
note 2) Do not ON/OFF the main power supply dur-
ing communication. Please reboot a personal
computer, when communication is interrupted. It
hangs-up.
note 3) At the time of the write error to FLASH ROM, an
error occurs on a personal computer.
note 4) When a write error carries out continuation gen-
erating, reboot a personal computer once and
repeat from 1 again.

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DLP™ Projector
XD221U

Controlling the projector using a personal computer


This projector can be controlled by connecting a personal computer with RS-232C terminal.

PC-controllable functions:
• Turning the power ON or OFF
• Changing input signals
• Inputting commands by pressing the buttons on the control panel and remote control
• Menu setting

Connection

RS-232C cable
SERIAL

RS-232C 1 2

terminal 3

6
4

7 8
5

D-SUB 9-pin Mini-DIN 8-pin


Important:
• Connect the computer with the projector on a one-to-one basis.
• Make sure that your computer and projector are turned off before connection.
• Boot up the computer first, and then plug the power cord of the projector.
(If you do not follow this instruction, the Com port may not function.)
• Adapters may be necessary depending on the PC connected to this projector. Contact your dealer for details.

1. Interface
1.1 Pin assignment of SERIAL terminal (Mini-DIN 8-pin)
Pin No. Name I/O
1 RXD IN
2 OPEN
3 OPEN
4 GND
5 OPEN
6 OPEN
7 TXD OUT
8 OPEN

1.2 Communications format


PROTOCOL RS-232C
BAUD RATE 9600 [bps]
DATA LENGTH 8 [bits]
PARITY BIT NONE
STOP BIT 1 [bit]
FLOW CONTROL NONE
This projector uses RXD, TXD and GND lines for RS-232C control.
For RS-232C cable, the supplied cable (crossover cable) should be used.

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2. Control command configuration
The command consists of the address code, function code, data code, ACK/NAK, and end code. The length of the com-
mand varies among the functions.

Address code Function code Data code ACK/NAK End code


ASCII ‘30h’ ‘30h’ Function Data ‘3Ah’ ‘4Eh’ ‘0Dh’
Character 00 Function Data :N

[Address code] Fixed to 00. (‘30h’ ‘30h’ in the ASCII code)


[Function code] Code unique to each control operation.
[Data code] Data (value) unique to each control operation (Not always indicated.)
[ACK/NAK] Code indicating the NAK return as described below
Fixed to :N (‘3Ah’ ‘3Eh’ in the ASCII code. Not added to ACK.)
[End code] Fixed to .(‘0Dh’ in the ASCII code)

3. Control sequence
Computer Projector Sequence Note
Send the command from the personal computer
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1 to the projector.
The projector will send a return command after it If the projector does not receive commands
receives an end code. normally, that is, if the projector is not connected
physically or unable to receive commands, it
2 does not send out a return command.
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The projector sends out a return command within
one second at the latest.
When the received command cannot be
3 executed, NAK is returned (as described below).
The personal computer checks the command
3 and confirms if the sent command has been
received or not.
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Use the check command to see if the projector This projector sends various codes other than
has executed the command. the return code. When having a control
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sequence by RS-232C, reject other codes from
the personal computer.

• NAK return
In the following cases, the projector returns the command with “:N” added.
(1) Though the command sent from the computer is received by the projector successfully, it cannot be executed
because the projector is in the operation prohibition state.
(2) The data length of the sent command is incorrect or the command is invalid.
• When a command is sent out during the following operations, it may not be executed.
(1) During signal switching
(2) In the process of the auto position
(3) After the power is turned on.
The projector receives no commands for about 20 seconds (or for 2 minutes at the longest if the lamp does not
light up promptly as the life is expiring). In this case, the projector returns the received command with NAK
added.
• The return command is sent out within 1 second at the latest.
• When sending commands successively, wait to receive the return command of the current command before sending
a next command.
• The projector may not receive a command when the splash screen is being displayed immediately after turning on
the power. Use command “00r10” to cancel the splash screen.
• While using the LAN terminals, the LAN functions take precedence.
• For the LAN terminals, the same commands as those for connecting with the TCP/IP (port number 63007) are avail-
able. Note, however, that the response becomes slightly slower than when using the RS-232C terminals.

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[Example 1] Turning ON the power. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘21’ ‘0D’ Command for POWER ON
00!
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘21’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation (Command
00! echo back)

[Example 2] Selecting VIDEO as the input signal during auto positioning (Values enclosed in quotation marks are
ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘76’ ‘31’ (During auto positioning)
00_V1 Command for selecting VIDEO as the
input signal is sent out.
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘76’ ‘31’ ‘3A’ ‘4E’ The command is received by the projector
00_v1:N but cannot be executed. (NAK return)

• The flowchart on the next page shows the recommended operating sequence for your reference to create a pro-
gram.

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[RS-232C control flowchart]

START

Sending out command

No response for
No NAK returned Awaiting response 1 second or longer
from projector

NAK returned

Command is sent successfully. Command is sent successfully.


Command is executed successfully. Command execution fails. Command sending fails.

Check the following. Check the following.


• Check that the function code is correct. • Check that the command begins with
• Check that the data code is correct. “00”.
• Check that the projector is able to issue • The projector is not supplied with AC
the return command. power.
Checking execution of NG  Check the projector’s operation using  Check that AC power cord is
command (sending out the 00vST command. connected.
check command) Note: In the following cases, NAK is  Turn on the power. (Turn on the circuit
returned even when the projector is breaker or main switch.)
in normal condition. • Not connected with the projector.
• Immediately after the power is  Check that the RS-232C cable is
OK turned on (about 20 seconds to 2 connected.
minutes)  Check the RS-232C cable for electrical
• During input switching discontinuity.
• During auto positioning
END • During password lock

[Method of checking state of projector]


Sending “00vST”

0-3 4 Projector error


To normal operation Checking response to “00vST” Send out “00vER” to check error details.
Recover from error state.

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Enter password.
Send out “00PASS****.” Projector is functioning.

[Compatibility with the former models]


To use the RS-232C commands designed for the former models of Mitsubishi projector, by inputting “00COMMAND0”,
the projector responds in the same way as the former models. (No NAK is returned.)
(For the recommended procedure to use the former command systems, see “Controlling the projector using a personal
computer” for FL7000U.)
Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
Changing the RS-232C command system COMMAND 43h 4Fh 4Dh 4Dh 41h 4Eh 44h 0 (Former command system),
1 (New command system)

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4. Command list
4.1 Operation commands
The operation commands are used for the basic operation setting of this projector. They may not be executed
while the signals are changed. The operation commands have no data codes. (When the commands for input
select are sent while the splash screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
Function
ITEM Note
Character ASCII
POWER ON ! 21h This command is invalid for 1 minute after the power is turned off.
POWER OFF " 22h This command is invalid for 1 minute after the power is turned on.
INPUT COMPUTER 1 _r1 5Fh 72h 31h This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode or when the MUTE is executed.
INPUT COMPUTER 2 _r2 5Fh 72h 32h This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode or when the MUTE is executed.
INPUT VIDEO _v1 5Fh 76h 31h This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode or when the MUTE is executed.
INPUT S-VIDEO _v2 5Fh 76h 32h This command will not be executed in Stand-by mode or when the MUTE is executed.

[Example] When setting the input signal to COMPUTER 1. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII
codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘72’ ‘31’ ‘0D’ Command for setting the input signal to
00_r1 COMPUTER 1
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘5F’ ‘72’ ‘31’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation
00_r1 (Command echo back)

4.2 Reading command diagram


The projectors operating status, such as POWER-ON/OFF and the currently selected input terminal, etc. can be
monitored.
Character ASCII
ITEM
Function Data (Receive) Function Data (Receive)
POWER ON vP 1 76h 50h 31h
POWER OFF vP 0 76h 50h 30h
INPUT COMPUTER 1 vI r1 76h 49h 72h 31h
INPUT COMPUTER 2 vI r2 76h 49h 72h 32h
INPUT VIDEO vI v1 76h 49h 76h 31h
INPUT S-VIDEO vI v2 76h 49h 76h 32h
POWER ON/OFF IMPOSSIBLE vPK 0 76h 50h 4Bh 30h
POWER ON/OFF POSSIBLE vPK 1 76h 50h 4Bh 31h
NO SIGNAL SUPPLIED vSM 0 76h 53h 4Dh 30h
SIGNAL SUPPLIED vSM 1 76h 53h 4Dh 31h

Use the following commands to obtain the values of the items in the INFORMATION menu.
Function
ITEM Data (Receive)
Character ASCII
LAMP TIME (LOW) vLE 76h 4Ch 45h hhhhmm
RESOLUTION vRESO 76h 52h 45h 53h 4Fh HHHHxVVVV
VERTICAL FREQUENCY vVFREQ 76h 56h 46h 52h 45h 51h ***.**
HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY vHFREQ 76h 48h 46h 52h 45h 51h ***.**
SYNC. TYPE vSYNCT 76h 53h 59h 4Eh 43h 54h 0 (NO SIGNAL), 1 (Invalid), 3 (3wire),
4 (4wire), 5 (5wire), 6 (SCART)
“hhhh” and “mm” represent hours and minutes respectively.
“HHHH” and “VVVV” represent the horizontal and vertical resolutions respectively.
“***.**” represents the vertical frequency (in Hz) or the horizontal frequency (in kHz).

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Use the following commands to obtain other information.
Function
ITEM Data (Receive)
Character ASCII
Model name vMDL 76h 4Dh 44h 4Ch ****************(within 16 characters)
Input source vSOUCE 76h 53h 4Fh 55h 43h 45h r1 r2 v1 v2
Projector status vST 76h 53h 54h 0 (Stand-by mode),
1 (Within 1 minute after POWER-ON (warm-up mode)),
2 (POWER-ON mode (including state of warning)),
3 (Cooling mode),
4 (Abnormal state (including shutdown due to an error)),
5 (State of functioning (menu display, dialog display, AV
MUTE, MAGNIFY, FREEZE, etc.)),
6 (Awaiting password entry)
Error status vER 76h 45h 52h Reading out error data (3 digits, hexadecimal numbers,
total 9 bits)
(MSB) xb1, xb2... xb8, xb9, 0, 0, 0 (LSB)
xb1: Fan error
xb2: Lamp error (The lamp goes out or does not light.)
xb3: Lamp warning 1 (The lamp life has expired.)
xb4: Lamp warning 2 (The lamp life is expiring.)
xb5: Temperature error
xb6: The temperature warning is being indicated.
xb7: Lamp cover open error
xb8: Fixed to 0.
xb9: States of other component abnormality
The PC sends the command without attaching the data code to it. On the other hand, the projector attaches to
the received command its current operating status as the data code and send it back to the PC.

[Example] When checking the currently selected input terminal (when the INPUT VIDEO is being selected).
(Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘0D’ Command for checking the input
00vl terminal
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘76’ ‘49’ ‘76’ ‘31’ ‘0D’ Check result (VIDEO)
00vlv1

4.3 Remote commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. When the remote commands are sent while the splash
screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
The remote commands allow the computer to control the projector in the same way as by the remote control.
(Some operations cannot be controlled.) The remote commands have no data codes.
Function
Button’s name on remote
Character ASCII
+/VOLUME r06 72h 30h 36h
-/VOLUME r07 72h 30h 37h
KEYSTONE r43 72h 34h 33h
MAGNIFY r02 72h 30h 32h
AV MUTE ra6 72h 61h 36h
S r53 72h 35h 33h
T r2b 72h 32h 62h
← r4f 72h 34h 66h
→ r59 72h 35h 39h
MENU r54 72h 35h 34h
ENTER r10 72h 31h 30h
AUTO POSITION r09 72h 30h 39h
FREEZE ra4 72h 61h 34h
ASPECT re2 72h 65h 32h

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[Example] When displaying the MENU selection bar. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’ Command operating the same as the
00r54 MENU button
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘72’ ‘35’ ‘34’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation
00r54 (Command echo back)

4.4 Direct commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. Possible only to read during muting.)
The direct commands are used to numerically adjust the volume and keystone.
When the computer sends the command without adding the setting value, the projector returns the received com-
mand with the current setting value added as a data code.
Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
VOLUME VL 56h 4Ch 00-21
KEYSTONE (vertical) KS 4Bh 53h ±20

How to set the value


Use the character or ASCII code as shown below to set the value.
Character + - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
ASCII ‘2Bh’ ‘2Dh’ ‘30h’ ‘31h’ ‘32h’ ‘33h’ ‘34h’ ‘35h’ ‘36h’ ‘37h’ ‘38h’ ‘39h’

[Example] When setting the volume to 15. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘56’ ‘4C’ ‘31’ ‘35’ ‘0D’ Command for setting the volume
00VL15
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘56’ ‘4C’ ‘31’ ‘35’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation
00VL15 (Command echo back)

4.5 Function commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. When the mute commands are sent while the splash
screen is being displayed, the splash screen is only canceled.)
The mute commands are used for the mute setting of this projector with the 0 (HEX: 30h) and 1 (HEX: 31h).
Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
AV MUTE MUTE 4Dh 55h 54h 45h 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)

4.6 Menu setting commands (Not executable in stand-by mode. Possible only to read during muting.)
The menu setting commands are used for the menu setting of this projector. If the personal computer sends the
command without attaching the data code, the projector attaches to the received command its current setting
value as the data code and send it back to the PC.
Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
COLOR ENHANCER CE 43h 45h 0 (AUTO), 1 (PRESENTATION), 2 (STANDARD),
3 (THEATER), 4 (USER)
COLOR ENHANCER- CEU1GS 43h 45h 55h 31h 47h 53h 0 (DYNAMIC), 1 (NATURAL), 2 (DETAIL)
USER-GAMMA MODE
COLOR ENHANCER- CEU1B 43h 45h 55h 31h 42h 00-10
USER-Brilliant Color
COLOR ENHANCER- CEU1C 43h 45h 55h 31h 43h ±10
USER-RGB-COLOR
COLOR ENHANCER- CEU1T 43h 45h 55h 31h 54h ±10
USER-RGB-TINT
CONTRAST PP 50h 50h ±30
BRIGHTNESS QQ 51h 51h ±30
COLOR TEMP. A 41h 1 (STANDARD), 2 (HIGH), 3 (LOW), 4 (USER)
COLOR TEMP.-USER P 50h ±30 ±30 ±30 (R, G, B)
(CONTRAST)

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Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
COLOR TEMP.-USER Q 51h ±30 ±30 ±30 (R, G, B)
(BRIGHTNESS)
COLOR T 54h ±10
TINT S 53h ±10
SHARPNESS R 52h ±05
NOISE REDUCTION NR 4Eh 52h 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
CTI CTI 43h 54h 49h 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
INPUT LEVEL IPL 49h 50h 4Ch ±5,
CLOSED CAPTION CC 43h 43h 0 (OFF), 1 (CC1), 2 (CC2)
WALL SCREEN WS 57h 53h 0 (OFF), 1 (BEIGE), 2 (LIGHT BLUE),
3 (LIGHT GREEN), 4 (PINK), 5 (BLACK BOARD),
6 (WHITE BOARD)
WALL SCREEN (BEIGE) WSY 57h 53h 59h 1-5
WALL SCREEN WSB 57h 53h 42h 1-5
(LIGHT BLUE)
WALL SCREEN WSG 57h 53h 47h 1-5
(LIGHT GREEN)
WALL SCREEN (PINK) WSP 57h 53h 50h 1-5
LAMP MODE LM 4Ch 4Dh 0 (STANDARD), 1 (LOW)
STANDBY MODE STBY 53h 54h 42h 59h 0 (STANDARD), 1 (LOW)
AUDIO INPUT AUDIO 41h 55h 44h 49h 4Fh 0 (AUTO), 1 (IN1), 2 (IN2), 3 (MIX)
AUTO POWER ON APON 41h 50h 4Fh 4Eh 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
AUTO POWER OFF APOF 41h 50h 4Fh 46h 00 (OFF), 05, 10, 15, 30, 60
SPLASH SCREEN SS 53h 53h 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
BACK COLOR BB 42h 42h 0 (BLACK), 1 (BLUE)
IMAGE REVERSE IR 49h 52h 0 (OFF), 1 (MIRROR), 2 (INVERT),
3 (MIRROR INVERT)
ASPECT SC 53h 43h 0 (NORMAL), 1 (16:9), 2 (FULL)
ASPECT-16:9 SCP 53h 43h 50h 0 (CENTER), 1 (UPPER), 2 (LOWER)
(Display position)
PASSWORD FUNCTION PSLOCK 50h 53h 4Ch 4Fh 43h 4Bh 0**** (UNLOCK), 1**** (DISPLAY INPUT),
2**** (MENU ACCESS), **** is a 4 to 8-digit
password comprised of any figures 1 to 4.
MENU POSITION MP 4Dh 50h 0 (Upper left), 1 (Lower right)
CINEMA MODE CINE 43h 49h 4Eh 45h 0 (OFF), 1 (AUTO)
VIDEO SIGNAL VS 56h 53h 0 (AUTO), 1 (NTSC), 2 (PAL), 3 (SECAM), 4
(VIDEO only) (4.43NTSC), 5 (PAL-M), 6 (PAL-N), 7 (PAL-60)
WXGA WXGA 57h 58h 47h 41h 0 (OFF), 1 (AUTO), 2 (1280×768), 3 (1280×768RB),
4 (1360×768), 5 (1366×768)
SET UP STU 53h 54h 55h 0 (AUTO), 1 (OFF), 2 (3.75%), 3 (7.5%)
LANGUAGE LG 4Ch 47h 00 ( ), 01 (English), 02 (Español), 03 (Deutsch),
04 (Français), 05 (Italiano), 06 ( ), 07 ( ),
08 ( ), 09 (PORTUGUÊS), 11 (SVENSKA),
12 (POLSKI)
RESET ALL RSTALL 52h 53h 54h 41h 4Ch 4Ch
HORIZ.POSITION HP 48h 50h + (increment), - (decrement)*1
VERT. POSITION VP 56h 50h + (increment), - (decrement)*1
FINE SYNC. FN 46h 4Eh 00-31
TRACKING TRK 54h 52h 4Bh + (increment), - (decrement)*1
COMPUTER INPUT CIN 43h 49h 4Eh 0 (RGB), 1 (YCBCR/YPBPR), 2 (AUTO)
OVER SCAN VOS 56h 4Fh 53h 00 (90%) - 10 (100%)
HOLD HLD 48h 4Ch 44h 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
HOLD BEGIN HLB 48h 4Ch 42h 00-99
HOLD END HLE 48h 4Ch 45h 00-99
CLAMP POSITION CLP 43h 4Ch 50h 001-255
CLAMP WIDTH CLW 43h 4Ch 57h 01-63
VERT. SYNC VSC 56h 53h 43h 0 (AUTO), 1 (OFF)

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Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
LPF LPF 4Ch 50h 46h 0 (OFF), 1 (ON)
SHUTTER(U) SHU 53h 48h 55h 00-20
SHUTTER(L) SHL 53h 48h 4Ch 00-20
SHUTTER(LS) SHLS 53h 48h 4Ch 53h 00-20
SHUTTER(RS) SHRS 53h 48h 52h 53h 00-20
*1) Setting range differs depending on the input signals.
• Some commands are not executed depending on the input signal. The operational restrictions same as those
on the menu setting are applied. Refer to “Menu operation” in the User Manual for more details.
How to set the value
Use the character or ASCII code as shown below to set the value.
Character + - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
ASCII ‘2Bh’ ‘2Dh’ ‘30h’ ‘31h’ ‘32h’ ‘33h’ ‘34h’ ‘35h’ ‘36h’ ‘37h’ ‘38h’ ‘39h’

[Example 1] When setting the AUTO POWER ON to ON. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘41’ ‘50’ ‘4F’ ‘4E’ ‘31’ ‘0D’ Command for setting the AUTO
00APON1 POWER ON to ON
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘41’ ‘50’ ‘4F’ ‘4E’ ‘31’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation
00APON1 (Command echo back)

[Example 2] When setting the CONTRAST R of the COLOR TEMP.-USER to +10, the CONTRAST G to 0, and
the CONTRAST B to -5. (Values enclosed in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘2D’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’ Command for setting the picture
00P+10+00-05 control
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘2B’ ‘30’ ‘30’ ‘2D’ ‘30’ ‘35’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation
00P+10+00-05 (Command echo back)

[Example 3] When checking the TINT setting (when the TINT is set to +10). (Values enclosed in quotation marks
are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘53’ ‘0D’ Command for checking the TINT
00S setting
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘53’ ‘2B’ ‘31’ ‘30’ ‘0D’ Check result (+10)
00S+10

[Example 4] When setting the GAMMA MODE of the COLOR ENHANCER-USER to DETAIL. (Values enclosed
in quotation marks are ASCII codes.):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘43’ ‘45’ ‘55’ ‘31’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘32’ ‘0D’ Command for setting the picture
00CEU1GS2 control
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘43’ ‘45’ ‘55’ ‘31’ ‘47’ ‘53’ ‘32’ ‘0D’ Command receipt confirmation
00CEU1GS2 (Command echo back)

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4.7 Password lock commands
The password lock commands control the password lock. The password lock enabling or disabling command is
sent with a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1 to 4 added to the end of the data code. When the
password lock is enabled or disabled successfully, the projector sends a return command comprising the data
code, password, and “1” at the end. When enabling or disabling the password lock fails, it sends a return command
with “0” at the end. There is no reconfirmation of the password. The password input command is for enabling pro-
jection of image when password lock has been set to DISPLAY INPUT. The password input command is sent with
a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1 to 4 at the end.
Function
ITEM Data
Character ASCII
Password lock enabling/ 0**** (Disabling), 1**** (DISPLAY INPUT), 2****
PSLOCK 50h 53h 4Ch 4Fh 43h 4Bh
disabling (MENU ACCESS)
Password input PASS 50h 41h 53h 53h ****
**** is a 4 to 8-digit password comprised of any figures 1 to 4.

[Example] When enabling the password lock of DISPLAY INPUT (in the case that the password is 123412):
Status code returned
Command sent from the PC, etc. Description
from the projector
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘53’ ‘4C’ ‘4F’ ‘43’ ‘4B’ ‘31’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘33’ ‘34’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘0D’ Command for enabling the
00PSLOCK1123412 password lock of DISPLAY INPUT
‘30’ ‘30’ ‘50’ ‘53’ ‘4C’ ‘4F’ ‘43’ ‘4B’ ‘31’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘33’ ‘34’ ‘31’ ‘32’ ‘31’ ‘0D’ Response informing that the
00PSLOCK11234121 projector succeeded in enabling
the password lock of DISPLAY
INPUT

10
TROUBLESHOOTING
Power source 1

No Power Source Fan failure after


after turning on turning on

Check AC socket NG Replace AC Check fan NG Reconnect fan


and connector socket connection

OK OK

NG NG
Check Fuse Replace Fuse Check fan Replace fan

OK OK

Check LED and NG Replace keypad NG Replace MAIN


Check MAIN
remote control and remote control PCB ASSY PCB ASSY

OK

Check NG Replace POWER


5V standby
PCB ASSY
output

OK

heck MAIN NG Replace


PCB ASSY and AC
power cable
power cable

OK

Replace
MAIN
PCB ASSY

--
Power source 2

Fail to light up No Volume

Refer to LED NG
Check LED NG Check
indicator and follow Replace speaker
indication speaker
indicative actions

OK OK

NG NG Replace MAIN
Check Check MAIN
Replace lamp
lamp life PCB ASSY PCB ASSY

OK

NG Replace POWER
Check POWER PCB
ASSY 380V output PCB ASSY

OK

Check lamp NG Replace lamp


power unit power unit

OK

Check MAIN NG Replace MAIN


PCB ASSY PCB ASSY

OK

Check color wheel NG Replace


rotation while color wheel unit
power on

--
Video signal 1

Computer Video
No Signal No Signal

Check NG Turn on Check NG Turn on


source source source source

OK OK

Check NG Check NG
cable Replace cable cable Replace cable

OK OK

NG Replace MAIN NG Replace


Check monitor Check
out signal PCB ASSY optical unit each optical parts

OK

Check NG Replace
optical unit each optical parts

--
Video signal 2

Image abnormal Color abnormal

Power on again Check input cable NG Adjust


and reset OSD and signal setting input signal

OK OK

NG Adjust Check color NG Adjust color


Check input cable
and signal setting input signal wheel wheel

OK OK

NG Replace MAIN NG Replace MAIN


Check MAIN Check MAIN
PCB ASSY PCB ASSY PCB ASSY PCB ASSY

OK OK

NG Replace
NG Check
Check Replace optical unit each optical parts
optical unit each optical parts

--
Operation function

Remote control failure

NG
Check battery level Replace battery

OK

NG Replace remote
Check remote control
control

OK

NG Replace remote
Check remote
control sensor control sensor

OK

Check MAIN NG Replace MAIN


PCB ASSY PCB ASSY

--
DIAGNOSIS INFORMATION
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.

Troubleshooting
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 FW version and lamp using hours
(2) Confirm LED indicator

LED
Projector Status Power LED Status LED Meaning
Color Status Color Status
Standby Red Solid - - The projector is powered and ready.
Lamp Standby Green Solid Green Blinking About 1 minute.
Power On Green Solid Green Solid The projector is powered.
Lamp failure - - Green Blinking To replace lamp and reset the lamp hour.
Fan failure Green Blinking Green Solid To check if the fan is clogged with dust or dirt and lean it.
The lamp has reached its end of life and must be changed
Lamp life warning - - Amber Solid
soon. The lamp will continue to operate until it fails.
The projector is shutting down. The fans motor is cooling the
lamp for shutdown. Do not unplug the power cord or turn the
Power off - - Green Flashing
power switch off before the lamp LED turns off. The fan mo-
tor will turn off when the lamp has cooled.
The projector believes the temperature is too high. The lamp
Over temperature Green Solid Red Solid
will turn off.

(3) Confirm cable connection well.


(4) Confirm Main board version

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Specifications (continued)

SPECIFICATION OF RGB SIGNALS IN EACH COMPUTER MODE OF THE PROJECTOR


Specification of RGB signals in each computer mode of the projector

ENGLISH
resolution horizontal vertical XD221U/XD221U-G
Signal mode
(H x V) frequency (kHz) frequency (Hz) (H x V)

TV60, 480i (525i) - 15.73 59.94 1024 x 768 *2

TV50, 576i (625i) - 15.63 50.00 1024 x 768 *2

1080i 60 (1125i 60) - 33.75 60.00 1024 x 576 *2

1080i 50 (1125i 50) - 28.13 50.00 1024 x 576 *2

480p (525p) - 31.47 59.94 1024 x 768 *2

576p (625p) - 31.25 50.00 1024 x 768 *2

720p 60 (750p 60) - 45.00 60.00 1024 x 576 *2

720p 50 (750p 50) - 37.50 50.00 1024 x 576 *2

CGA84 640 x 400 37.86 84.13 1024 x 640

CGA85 640 x 400 37.86 85.08 1024 x 640

VGA60 640 x 480 31.47 59.94 1024 x 768

VGA72 640 x 480 37.86 72.81 1024 x 768

VGA75 640 x 480 37.50 75.00 1024 x 768

VGA85 640 x 480 43.27 85.01 1024 x 768

SVGA56 800 x 600 35.16 56.25 1024 x 768

SVGA60 800 x 600 37.88 60.32 1024 x 768

SVGA72 800 x 600 48.08 72.19 1024 x 768

SVGA75 800 x 600 46.88 75.00 1024 x 768

SVGA85 800 x 600 53.67 85.06 1024 x 768

XGA60 1024 x 768 48.36 60.00 1024 x 768

XGA70 1024 x 768 56.48 70.07 1024 x 768

XGA75 1024 x 768 60.02 75.03 1024 x 768

XGA85 1024 x 768 68.68 85.00 1024 x 768

SXGA70a 1152 x 864 63.85 70.01 1024 x 768

SXGA75a 1152 x 864 67.50 75.00 1024 x 768

WXGA60 1280 x 768 47.77 59.87 1024 x 614 *1

WXGA60a 1280 x 800 49.70 59.81 1024 x 640 *1

WXGA60b 1360 x 768 47.71 60.01 1024 x 578 *1

WXGA60c 1366 x 768 47.50 59.75 1024 x 575 *1 *2

SXGA60b 1280 x 960 60.00 60.00 1024 x 768

SXGA60 1280 x 1024 63.98 60.02 960 x 768

MAC13 640 x 480 35.00 66.67 1024 x 768

MAC16 832 x 624 49.72 74.55 1024 x 768

MAC19 1024 x 768 60.24 75.02 1016 x 768

HP75 1024 x 768 62.94 74.92 1024 x 768

SUN66a 1152 x 900 61.85 66.00 984 x 768

SUN76a 1152 x 900 71.81 76.64 984 x 768

*1 When you input the signals WXGA60, WXGA60a, WXGA60b,, or WXGA60c, select the supported image size from WXGA of the FEATURE
menu.
*2 The partial enlargement feature is not supported.

Important: • TV60 and TV50 are equivalent to 480i and 576i respectively.
• Some computers aren’t compatible with the projector. When these signals are supplied to the VIDEO or S-VIDEO signal,
• The projector’s maximum resolution is 1024 x 768 pixels. It may the signal mode is indicated as TV60 or TV50. When they are sup-
not display images of higher resolutions than 1024 x 768 correctly. plied to the COMPONENT terminal, the signal mode is indicated
• Images with SYNC on G (Green) signal may jitter. as 480i or 576i.
• Images with SYNC on G (Green) signal may be tinged with green.
• If the resolution and frequency of your computer aren’t shown on
the table, find the compatible resolution and frequency by chang-
ing the resolution of your computer.
• Set COMPUTER INPUT in the SIGNAL menu to RGB when input-
ting the HDTV signal as RGB signal.

EN-35
--
PARTS LIST
MODEL : XD221U / XD221U-G

Purpose of this parts list : To expedite delivery of replacement parts ordered.


Please specify :
1. Model number/serial number
2. Part number and its description
3. Quantity
Unless all the required information is supplied, the delivery of your order may be delayed.
! : Critical components

MARK B C D F G J K

TOLERANCE
±0.1 ±0.25 ±0.5 ±1 ±2 ±5 ±10
(%)

MARK M N V X Z P Q

TOLERANCE +40 +80 +100 +30


±20 ±30 ±10
(%) -20 -20 0 -10

MARK B C D F G

TOLERANCE
±0.1 ±0.25 ±0.5 ±1 ±2
(pF)

--
(RoHS-compliant model)
- Parts listed below are all RoHS-compliant.
- When servicing this model, use RoHS-compliant parts only.

The parts on this page correspond to those on page 4 in the EXPOSED file.
ITEM NO. PART NO. PART NAME DESCRIPTION

EXPOSED VIEW
DLP ASSY (Fig. 1-1)
! 1 750D036O80 LAMP COVER
2 750D036O90 IO COVER
! 3 750D021O90 TOP COVER
! 4 934D054O30 MAIN PCB ASSY
! 5 934D054O60 AUDIO PCB ASSY

! 6 480D044O60 SPEAKER
! 7 934D054O50 LAMP POWER UNIT
! 8 934D080O10 IR(F) PCB ASSY
! 9 288D072O30 FAN MOTOR (POWER)
! 10 288D072O40 FAN MOTOR (EXHAUST)

! 11 934D054O40 POWER PCB ASSY


! 12 750D036O70 BOTTOM COVER
13 771D125O30 ADJUSTER
! 14 934D054O70 KEY PCB ASSY

--
(RoHS-compliant model)
- Parts listed below are all RoHS-compliant.
- When servicing this model, use RoHS-compliant parts only.

The parts on this page correspond to those on page 6 in the EXPOSED file.
ITEM NO. PART NO. PART NAME DESCRIPTION

EXPOSED VIEW
Optical unit (Fig. 1-2)
1 276P543O10 DMD-CHIP
! 2 934D054O80 DMD PCB ASSY
3 499D137O60 LENS UNIT
! 4 934D054O90 COLOR WHEEL PCB ASSY
5 499D137O10 COLOR WHEEL

6 499D137O20 LIGHT PIPE


7 288D072O50 FAN MOTOR (LAMP)
8 499D137O30 LAMP CONNECTOR

--
(RoHS-compliant model)
- Parts listed below are all RoHS-compliant.
- When servicing this model, use RoHS-compliant parts only.

The parts on this page correspond to those on page 19in the EXPOSED file.
ITEM NO. PART NO. PART NAME DESCRIPTION

PACKING (Fig. 1-3)


1 871D548O10 CD ROM IB (XD221U)
1 871D548O20 CD ROM IB (XD221U-G)
2 871D548O40 SAFETY MANUAL (XD221U)
2 871D548O50 SAFETY MANUAL (XD221U-G)
3 859D229O30 CAUTION SHEET

! 4 939D279O40 REMOTE CONTROL


! 5 246C359O10 AC POWER CORD (XD221U)
! 5 246C383O20 AC POWER CORD (XD221U)
! 5 246C483O10 AC POWER CORD
6 772D052O30 SOFT CASE

7 813C022O10 PACKING CUSHION


8 856D592O30 PACKING CUSHION (PAD)
9 801C656O10 PACKING CASE (XD221U-G)
9 801D142O20 PACKING CASE (XD221U)

--
ELECTRICAL PARTS AND OTHERS (RoHS-compliant model)
- Parts listed below are all RoHS-compliant.
- When servicing this model, use RoHS-compliant parts only.
SYMBOL PART SYMBOL PART
PART NAME DESCRIPTION PART NAME DESCRIPTION
No. No. No. No.

OTHER SEMICONDUCTORS JIGS

! 499D37O50 THERMISTOR 859C749O0 JIG DOWNLOAD-FW

MISCELLANEOUS OTHER CRITICAL COMPONENTS

276P543O0 DMD-CHIP 076-638W !CY03 ----- CAPACITOR MAX.4700pF


! 288D072O30 FAN MOTOR(POWER) !CY04 ----- CAPACITOR MAX.4700pF
! 288D072O40 FAN MOTOR(EXHAUST) !CY05 ----- CAPACITOR MAX.2200pF
! 288D072O50 FAN MOTOR(LAMP) !CY06 ----- CAPACITOR MAX.2200pF
! 480D044O60 SPEAKER !CY20 ----- CAPACITOR MAX.4700pF

499D37O40 THERMAL FUSE !CY202 ----- CAPACITOR MAX.4700pF


!IC203 ----- OPTOCOUPLER
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD ASSY’S !IC204 ----- OPTOCOUPLER
!IC20 ----- OPTOCOUPLER
! 934D054O60 AUDIO PCB ASSY !T20 ----- TRANSFORMER
! 934D054O90 COLOR WHEEL PCB ASSY
! 934D054O80 DMD PCB ASSY !T0 ----- TRANSFORMER
! 934D080O0 IR (F) PCB ASSY !Q0 ----- MOSFET
! 934D054O70 KEY PCB ASSY !Q02 ----- MOSFET
!IC02 ----- PWM IC
! 934D054O50 LAMP POWER UNIT ! C113 ----- STORAGE CAPACITOR 4.7μF 400V min.
! 934D054O30 MAIN PCB ASSY
! 934D054O40 POWER PCB ASSY !BD02 ----- BRIDGE DIODE
!CN0 ----- LAMP DRIVER CONNECTOR
MECHANICAL PARTS ! C109 ----- STORAGE CAPACITOR 180-270μF 450V min.
!L0 ----- PFC CHOKE
499D37O30 LAMP CONNECTOR !BD0 ----- BRIDGE DIODE
499D37O60 LENS UNIT
!RE ----- RELAY
COSMETIC PARTS !LC0 ----- CHOKE
!LC02 ----- CHOKE
! 750D036O70 BOTTOM COVER ! CX01 ----- X-CAPACITOR MAX. 0.47μF 300V min.
499D37O0 COLOR WHEEL ! CX02 ----- X-CAPACITOR MAX. 0.47μF 300V min.
750D036O90 IO COVER
! 750D036O80 LAMP COVER ! R01 ----- BLEEDER RESISTOR 1/4W 330kΩ
499D37O20 LIGHT PIPE !R02 ----- BLEEDER RESISTOR
! NT01 ----- THERMISTOR 5Ω
77D25O30 ADJUSTER ! NT02 ----- THERMISTOR 5Ω
! 750D02O90 TOP COVER ! CX03 ----- X-CAPACITOR MAX. 0.22μF 300V min.

PACKING PARTS AND ACCESSORY !RV0 ----- VARISTOR


!FS0 ----- FUSE T0AH 250Vac
! 246C359O0 AC POWER CORD [XD22U] !CN0 ----- APPLIANCE INLET 0A 250V
! 246C383O20 AC POWER CORD [XD22U] ! ----- THERMOSTAT 6A 240V
! 246C483O0 AC POWER CORD ! ----- STEPPING MOTOR
246D058O0 CONTROL CABLE
83C022O0 PACKING CUSHION ! ----- INTERLOCK SWITCH
! ----- HV WIRE FOR LAMP DRIVER
87D548O0 CD-ROM IB [XD22U] ! ----- LAMP 80W
87D548O20 CD-ROM IB [XD22U-G]
80C656O0 PACKING CASE [XD22U-G]
80D42O20 PACKING CASE [XD22U]
! 939D279O40 REMOTE CONTROL

772D052O30 SOFT CASE


859D229O30 CAUTION SHEET
856D592O30 PACKING CUSHION(PAD)
87D548O40 SAFETY MANUAL [XD22U]
87D548O50 SAFETY MANUAL [XD22U-G]

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R114 R115
324K 324K C108
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82R 82R
1206 1206 D102 180u/450V
SF10L60U R116 R117

+
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82R 82R C110 0603
1206 1206 R118 R119 10P/50V
324K 324K
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R120 19.6KF
TP105 1206
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C101 6
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1206
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D25XB60 OPEN
SERVICING PRECAUTION
R123
0.1R 5W
SYMBOLS INDICATE COMPONENTS
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C102

C103

0805 C107
R103
RS1B
100
C106 0.1u/50V K 0805 OPEN
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IMPORTANT TO SAFETY AND
0805

PERFORMANCE. THEREFORE
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A

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OF THE REPLACEMENT REFER TO
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R106
120KF 0805 THE PARTS LIST OF SERVICE MANUAL.
TP103
3 6 DON'T DEGRADE THE SAFETY OF THE
ISNS VFB
RECEIVERS THROUGH IMPROPER
4
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SHADED COMPONENTS HAVE SPECIAL
CHARACTERISTICS IMPORTANT TO SAFETY.
BEFORE REPLACING ANY OF THESE
COMPONENTS, READ CAREFULLY THE
PRODUCT SAFETY NOTICE IN THE SERVICE
MANUAL.
DON'T DEGRADE THE SAFETY OF THE
RECEIVERS THROUGH IMPROPER SERVICING.
RE2
RE2

PCB-POWER (2/2) RE1


RE1

0603

SOT23
Q212 R270
P1. 5KE220A 2SC2411 Q&R runge
420V MAX
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D201 D202 1K
1206 0603
R269
TP04 US1K 1A/ 800V 22K C234
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SMA 0603
D203 IC201 D205

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1206 1206
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VCC D209
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+ C204

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R207 27T
2 47u/35V 0R C238 R238 C237
FB 0805 220u/10V
+
1.5K
+
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R204 8 1210 R277

1
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NC Z/C 2
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102 0805 232F 3 11 NC


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IC209 0603
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R252 8
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2
0.1uF/NC 0.1uF S-C63MM
TPIN4 0.1uF/NC LSTBY5

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C10
TPIN5

1
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LBOX 7,8
+ 220uF/16V 1 2 STBY2.5 STBY2.5
TPIN7 S-C63MM 27uH
5 FAN-ON R473 120 FAN-ON

2
FAN-ON 7,8

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D2
TPIN6 L5 60 + 100uF/16V C13
4 LSTBY5 A C LSTBY5 LSTBY5 S-C63MM STBY12 STBY12 L6 600
SMD24PT LowESR 0.1uF STBY1.8

1
TPIN8 SSM34APT LSTBY5 LSTBY5 C14 C15 TPS5430DDA C16 20081128

A
RELAY-ON RELAY-ON 100uF/16V+ U1 0.01uF L7
3 RELAY-ON 8
S-C63MM 0.1uF 7 1 1 2 1 2 STBY1.8

2
TPIN9 L9 60 VIN BOOT
47uH

C
2
2 STBYR5 STBYR5 STBYR5 8 D5
PH

1
2 C18 C19 C20 R6 R7

A
TPIN10 C17 NC1 100uF/16V + 220uF/16V+
3
NC2

PWPD
AGND MMPZ5227BPT R5 B340A S-C63MM S-C63MM 0.1uF

4.7K,1%
1 5

2
0.1uF PRT_STBYR5 8 ENA
4.7K 6 4

2
D4 STBY12F GND VSENSE 75/NC
STBY12F

2
C

2K,1%
S10B-PH-SM3-TB(D)(LF) Q1

G1
R10
J1 B OUTPUT 3A MAX
R11

1
STBY12F STBY12F R8 1K R9 1K C21 2SC4081T106R

E
100K Q2 R12

2
0.1uF
STBY1.2

10K,1%
L10 B P2N2222A

C22
STBY12

33nF
STBY12 1 2 STBY12F Q3

2
10uH R13 30K

E
1

C23 C24 STBY1.2 B P2N2222A


+ 100uF/16V

2
S-C63MM C25

E
0.1uF
2

2.2uF

1
MTR_ARSTZ C26
11 MTR_ARSTZ
0.33uF/16V
STBY3.3 STBY3.3 TRIMVREG C27 0.33uF/16V
STBY3.3 STBY3.3 STBY1.8 STBY1.8
U2
48

47

46

45

44

43

42

41

40

39

38

37
R14 R15 STBY2.5 STBY2.5
3.3K 3.3K R17 R18 R19
RESETZ

TRIM

F1SW

F2SW

F3SW
V2P5

V3P3

VBB3
GND3

LX33

VBB4

LX25
3.3K 1K 1K
R20 R21
0/NC 0
SSP0_RXD 1 36 PMD_INTZ
9,11 SSP0_RXD DOUT PMDINTZ PMD_INTZ 11

9,11 SSP0_CLK
SSP0_CLK 2 35 PWRGOOD
CLK PWRGOOD PWRGOOD 11

SSP0_TXD POSENSE
C-3

9,11 SSP0_TXD 3 34

D
DIN POSENSE POSENSE 10,11
U3
11 SSP0_CSZ2
SSP0_CSZ2 4 33 PMD1K_GD_LIN2 G
CSZ GD2 PHT6N06T
A1P2V

S
5 32 PMD1K_FB_LIN2 C29
TACH FB2
R22 47uF/6.3V R23 1K_0.1%
10 OCLKA
OCLKA 6 31 PMD1K_FB_LIN1 2K A1P2V
OSC FB1

C28 R16 7
PMD1000 30
R24
1.6K
GND1 FBC
3.3K/NC
R25 0.1uF R26
11 CW_PWM
CW_PWM GMIN 8 29 A1P8V A1P8V A1P8V 2K_0.1%
GMIN VLIN1 C31
10K C30 0.33uF/16V C32
STBY12F 9 28 47uF/6.3V
VBB1 ISEN 22uF/16V
STBY12F STBY12F
1 2 VMSW 10 27 R28 0.1

D
L11 33uH VMSW ISENK

VM 11 26 G
VM GDC U4

S
C33 OUTA 12 25 PHT6N06T
OUTA LXC
D6
22uF/16V
SENSE

HGND
OUTC

VREG
GND2
OUTB
CTAP

A C
VBB2

D8
VCP
CP2

CP1

LX5

L12
V5

SSM24LPT 1 2 A C STBY1.2 STBY1.2


8.2uH

C
13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

G1

D7 cancel C40
SSM34APT R29
CP2

CP1

STBY12F

SSM34APT 1K,0.1%
LX5

V5
VCP

A
R30 R31 R32 R33 FBC
CWCTR

1
2.2 C38 C39 C40
C34 C35 C36 C37 + 220uF/6.3V
+ NC
OUTC
OUTB

150 150 150 R34 S-C63MM S-C63MM


0.22uF/25V 0.22uF/25V 0.33uF/16V 2K,0.1% LowESR LowESR 0.1uF

2
1500P
C41 C42 C43 C44

0.33uF/16V
1000P 1000P 1000P R35 0
J8 L13 L14
CWCTR 1 2 V5 1 2 STBY5 STBY5
1 22uH 50
CWY1 R36 NC STBY12F STBY12F
C

2
1

D9 C45 C47 C46 C48


CWY2 R37 0 + 100uF/16V + 100uF/16V
3 S-C63MM S-C63MM
CWY3 R38 NC SSM24LPT LowESR 0.1uF LowESR 0.1uF
2

4
A

MOLEX 52207-0490 R39 0


3

Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7
BAV99W BAV99W BAV99W BAV99W
2

STBY12 STBY12
VVCC
STBY3.3 STBY3.3
(PC-I/O) PCB-MAIN (2/12)
STBY5 STBY5

1
STBY5 R465
D11 VVCC EDID U67 10K
1 CAT24C02WI

2
3 U68 C178 C179 C180 C181 C182 C183

2
VSDA 2R464 100 VSDA_A L46

1608SGX

1608SGX
2 1 5 4
SDA GND

2
VSCL 2R461 100
1 VSCL_A 6 7 DDCWP O I 2.2uH 20PF 20PF 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC
SCL WP DDCWPZ 11
BAV70T116 L1210 L47 20PF 0.1uF/NC

N1

N1
1
1
1
SOT23-132 2 NC
R463 R462 NC2 L1210
8 1

1
10K 10K VCC NC1 PDTC124EU

N2

N2
VVCC VDD1

ESD1

ESD2
C522 0.1uF C184 100uF/16V

2
2

1
VVCC 2 1 1 2

16
600 L111 R134 75 CN3

+
1
C185
1 0.1uF
2 2 1DSUB_ROUT FB1
1 250-3216-BLM 1
11
R133 C195 100uF/16V 6
0/NC 1 2 FB4
1 250-3216-BLM 2
12

+
2
C186
1 0.1uF
2 7
1608SGX

1608SGX

1608SGX

5V_BUF FB2
1 250-3216-BLM 3
5V_BUF FB5
1 250-3216-BLM 13
2

0603 to 1206 L48 C196 100uF/16V

C198 100uF/16V
8
STBY5

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF
1 2 1 2 4
N1

N1

N1

STBY5

1
2.2uH R137 75 FB3
1 250-3216-BLM 14

+
1

1
VDC5V C187 C188 C189 C190 C197 C191 L1210 C201
1 0.1uF
2 2 1DSUB_GOUT 9
+
5
N2

N2

N2
ESD3

C199

C200

C192

C193

C194
0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC R136 C202 100uF/16V 15
ESD4

ESD5

2
0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 0/NC 1 2 C204 C205 C206 C207 10
1

R138 R139 R135

+
2
CN1-1 75 75 75 C203
1 0.1uF
2 20PF 0.1uF/NC D-SUB

22

48
38
33
29

ESD7

ESD8

ESD6

17
U26

1
C208 C212 C213 20PF 0.1uF/NC
31

1UF 1UF 1UF

+VA
+VA
+VA
+VA
VDD

N2

N2

N2
1 VRED L49 0 B_RED 1 2 1 C209 100uF/16V
INA.1

2
11 B_GRN 1 2 2 1 2
INA.2

1608SGX

1608SGX

1608SGX
6 B_BLU 1 2 3 R144 75 R145

N1

N1

N1
+
INA.3

1
2 VGREEN L51 0 B_HSYNC 4 46 C210
1 0.1uF
2 2 1DSUB_BOUT 10K/NC
B_HSYNC INA.Hsync CH1_MonitorOUT
12 VSDA B_VSYNC 5 45
B_VSYNC

2
INA.Vsync CH1_SAG R143 C215 100uF/16V
7 44

1
VBLUE L52 0 C_RED C2141 1UF CH2_MonitorOUT 0/NC 1
3 2 7 43 2
HSYNC L50 0 C_GRN C2111 INB.1 CH2_SAG
13 21UF 8 42

+
2
INB.2 CH3_MonitorOUT
8 C_BLU C2161 21UF 9
INB.3 CH3_SAG
41 C217
1 0.1uF
2 20081128
4 C_HSYNC 10 40 R146 2 75 1 DSUB_HOUT
VSYNC1 L53 0 VSYNC C_VSYNC INB.Hsync Hsync_MonitorOUT R140 2 75 1 DSUB_VOUT STBY3.3
14 11 39
INB.Vsync Vsync_MonitorOUT
9
5 SDA1 19 0603 to 1206
3,4,5,6,11 SDA1 I2C_SDA
15 VSCL
3,4,5,6,11 SCL1
SCL1 20 36
C220 R141 10K 1 I2C_SCL THS7327 CH1_OUT1 R147 2 75 1 R
10 2 18 35 R 3
C218 0.1uF/NC C221 R142 10K 1 I2C_A0 CH1_OUT2 R152
2 17 32
C

R148 0 1 I2C_A1 CH2_OUT1 R149 2 47 1 G 1.2K


ESD9

ESD10

2 31
32

CH2_OUT2 G 3
1

D-SUB 0.1uF/NC C219 0.1uF/NC 15 28 C222 100P R156 47


0.1uF/NC R151 10K 1 Mode CH3_OUT2 R154 2 75 1 B B_HSYNC
2 16 27 1 2 2 1
N2

N2

Select CH3_OUT1 B 3 B_HSYNC


14 25 R153 2 75 1 HD

C
D13 D12 Schm_Trig_Adj Hsync_OUT R155 2 75 1 VD R160 1.5K
24
A

Vsync_OUT
1608SGX

1608SGX

HZD6.2Z4KRF-E SEL15 2 1 B Q17


N1

N1

11 SEL15
HZD6.2Z4KRF-E G1 2SC3734 C223
G1

DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
R162
A

E
2

PUC
NC
R161 4.7K/NC

0.1uF
1.8K

6
12
13
26
30
34
37
47

23

21
STBY5

1
C224
2
R165 10K STBY5
C-4

2 1 VDD1 R166
VDD1
47K/NC
C231

C
Q18
1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 VRIN_GND 10uF/16V/NC
1 2 B
1608SGX

1608SGX

1608SGX

2SC4081T106R/NC
1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 VGIN_GND
R172 470/NC

E
2

2 1 SCART_SYNC
1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 VBIN_GND R171
N1

N1

N1

47K/NC C232 20081128


0603 to 1206 R170 R174 220P/NC R547
2 01
N2

N2

N2
ESD13

75/NC 4.7K/NC
ESD11

ESD12

C225 C226 C227 C228 C229 C230


1

R167 R168 R169 U27


CN1-2 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 75 75 75 20081128 NC7SB3157P6X/NC
0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC G 1 6 PC/SCARTZ
33

STBY3.3 B1 S

C
16 VRED2 L54 0 C_RED Q19 R176 1.8K/NC 2 5
C_GRN GND VCC
26 B 2 1
21 C_BLU 3 4 SOG
B0 A SOG 3
17 VGREEN2 L55 0

E
27 R173 2SC4081T106R/NC R178
22 1.2K 100K/NC 20081128 C234
2 10.1uF/NC STBY5 STBY5
18 VBLUE2 L57 0 C233 100P R175 47

2
28 HSYNC2 L56 0 1 2 2 1 C_HSYNC STBY3.3
23 R181
C

19 R177 1.5K
29 VSYNC2 L58 0 2 1 B Q20 SCART/PCZ U28 10K/NC
11 SCART/PCZ
24 2SC3734

1
20 I O
E

30 C235 C236 C237 C238 C239 R182


25 R179 R180 1.2K PDTC124EU/NC
0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC 1.8K 4.7K/NC NC R184 47

G
0.1uF/NC 20081128 2 1 B_VSYNC
34

D-SUB B_VSYNC
C

C
STBY3.3 R185 1.5K
D14 D15 2 1 B Q21 R540 C240
2SC3734
HZD6.2Z4KRF-E HZD6.2Z4KRF-E 4.7K/NC 1500P/NC

E
R183
A

1.2K R187
1.8K
R186 47
2 1 C_VSYNC
C

R188 1.5K
2 1 B Q22 R541 C241
2SC3734
4.7K/NC 1500P/NC
E

R189
1.8K
U29
R190 47
HSYNCZ 4 3
3 HSYNCZ Y GND
R191 47 2 HD
ALF_HSYNCZ A
3 ALF_HSYNCZ
5 1
VCC OE
STBY3.3 U30
SN74AHC1G125 PDTC124EU
O I POWER POWER 3,4,6,8
R192 10K
G

U31
R193 47
VSYNCZ 4 3
3 VSYNCZ Y GND
R194 47 2 VD
ALF_VSYNCZ A
3 ALF_VSYNCZ
5 1
VCC OE

SN74AHC1G125
AD3V

C49
1
0.1uF
2 1
U5
PQ1M335M2SPQ
Nr VO
5 AD3V L15
VDDP
(ADC_MST3583M) PCB-MAIN (3/12)
60

1
2 6 C51 C52 VDDC2.5V
GND1 GND2

1
0.1uF + 47uF/6.3V U6
POWER2 3 4 C53 0.1uF PQ1M255M2SPQ
4,8 POWER2 VC VIN C50 1 2 1 5 AD3V

2
STBY5 L16 4.7uH Nr VO VADC AD3V VPLL AD3V VMPLL
STBY5
10uF/16V 2 6 C57 L19 60
GND1 GND2

1
0.1uF L17 60 L20 60

1
C54 + C55 POWER 3 4 C58 C59 C60 C61
2,4,6,8 POWER VC VIN

1
C56 C62 C63 C64 C65

2
0.1uF 47uF/6.3V STBY5 STBY5 L18 10uH 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

2
10uF/16V 10uF/16V 0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC

2
1
10uF/16V 10uF/16V

1
C66 + C67

TP1 0.1uF 47uF/6.3V

2
VDDC2.5V
VDDP

HSYNCZ
2 HSYNCZ

1
TP2 C68 C69 C70 C71 C72 C73 C86 C74 C75 C76 C77 C78 C79 C80

10uF/16V/NC 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF

2
VADC VMPLL VDDP VPLL VDDC2.5V 10uF/16V
VSYNCZ
2 VSYNCZ

119
113

126

102

123

106
29

32

39
53
65
73
86
88
90

67
75
92
4
B C81 1 2 47N

VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
VDDP
AVDD_DVI
AVDD_DVI

AVDD_ADC
AVDD_ADC
AVDD_ADC

VDDC
VDDC
VDDC
VDDC
AVDD_MPLL

AVDD_PLL
2 B P1_RV[0..7]

U10A
83 VGR0 PR1 1 16 33x8,1/16W,5% P1_RV0
DATA0 VGR1 P1_RV1 P1_GY[0..7] P1_RV7
82 2 15 C15
DATA1 VGR2 P1_RV2 P1_RV6 PORT1_A_8
81 3 14 B15
DATA2 VGR3 P1_RV3 P1_BU[0..7] P1_RV5 PORT1_A_7 DDBP_1
80 4 13 A15 AG13
VBIN_GND C82 1 DATA3 VGR4 P1_RV4 PORT1_A_6 DDB_P_7 DDBN_1 DDBP_1 9
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 VBIN_GND 2 47N 79 5 12 P1_RV4 A16 AH13 DDBN_1 9
DATA4 VGR5 P1_RV5 P1_RV3 PORT1_A_5 DDB_N_7 DDBP_3
2 78 6 11 B16 AJ12 DDBP_3 9
HSYNC0 DATA5 VGR6 P1_RV6 P1_RV2 PORT1_A_4 DDB_P_6 DDBN_3
77 7 10 E17 AK12
DATA6 VGR7 P1_RV7 P1_RV1 PORT1_A_3 DDB_N_6 DDBP_5 DDBN_3 9
3 76 8 9 C16 AJ11
VSYNC0 DATA7 P1_RV0 PORT1_A_2 DDB_P_5 DDBN_5 DDBP_5 9
D16 AK11
R41 390 C87 1 VGG0 P1_GY0 PORT1_A_1 DDB_N_5 DDBP_7 DDBN_5 9
2 SOG 2 1N 62 PR2 9 8 33x8,1/16W,5% A17 AJ10 DDBP_7 9
DATA8 VGG1 P1_GY1 PORT1_A_0 DDB_P_4 DDBN_7
6 61 10 7 AK10 DDBN_7 9
G C83 1 BIN0P DATA9 VGG2 P1_GY2 DDB_N_4 DDBP_9
2 G 2 47N 60 11 6 AG10
DATA10 VGG3 P1_GY3 P1_GY7 DDB_P_3 DDBN_9 DDBP_9 9
7 59 12 5 A12 AH10
BIN0N DATA11 VGG4 P1_GY4 PORT1_B_8 DDB_N_3 DDBP_11 DDBN_9 9
20081128 C565
DATA12
58 13 4 P1_GY6 D14
PORT1_B_7 DDB_P_2
AJ8
DDBP_11 9
8 57 VGG5 14 3 P1_GY5 P1_GY5 D13 AK8 DDBN_11
10P/NC SOGIN0 DATA13 VGG6 P1_GY6 P1_GY4 PORT1_B_6 DDB_N_2 DDBP_13 DDBN_11 9
56 15 2 C13 AG8 DDBP_13 9
U8 DATA14 VGG7 P1_GY7 P1_GY3 PORT1_B_5 DDB_P_1 DDBN_13
9 55 16 1 B13 AH8
GIN0P DATA15 P1_GY2 PORT1_B_4 DDB_N_1 DDBP_15 DDBN_13 9
A13 AJ6
VGIN_GND C84 VGB0 P1_BU0 PORT1_B_3 DDB_P_0 DDBN_15 DDBP_15 9
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 VGIN_GND 1 2 47N 10 MST3583M 50 PR3 9 8 33x8,1/16W,5% P1_GY1 C14 AK6
GIN0N DATA16 VGB1 P1_BU1 P1_GY0
PORT1_B_2 DDB_N_0 DDBN_15 9
49 10 7 A14
R C88 DATA17 VGB2 P1_BU2 PORT1_B_1
2 R 1 2 47N 11 48 11 6 D15
RIN0P DATA18 VGB3 P1_BU3 PORT1_B_0
47 12 5
VRIN_GND C85 DATA19 VGB4 P1_BU4
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 VRIN_GND 1 2 47N 12 46 13 4
RIN0N DATA20 VGB5
DATA21
45 14 3 P1_BU5 P1_BU7 D10
PORT1_C_8 DDP2230
44 VGB6 15 2 P1_BU6 P1_BU6 C10
DATA22 VGB7 P1_BU7 P1_BU5 PORT1_C_7 DDAP_1
43 16 1 B10 AJ13 DDAP_1 9
DATA23 P1_BU4 PORT1_C_6 DDA_P_7 DDAN_1
A10 AK13
P1_BU3 PORT1_C_5 DDA_N_7 DDAP_3 DDAN_1 9
D11 AJ14
P1_BU2 PORT1_C_4 DDA_P_6 DDAN_3 DDAP_3 9
C11 AK14
R42 33 P1_BU1
PORT1_C_3 DDA_N_6 DDAP_5 DDAN_3 9
68 C12 AG15 DDAP_5 9
DATACK R40 33 SOGOUT TP4 P1_BU0 PORT1_C_2 DDA_P_5 DDAN_5
69 E14 AH15 DDAN_5 9
SOGOUT/DE PORT1_C_1 DDA_N_5 DDAP_7
C-5

70 R44 33 P1_HSYNC TP3 TP5 B12 AJ15


HSOUT R43 33 P1_VSYNC C89 G1 TP6 PORT1_C_0 DDA_P_4 DDAN_7 DDAP_7 9
71 AK15
VSOUT P1_FIELD DDA_N_4 DDAP_9 DDAN_7 9
72 0.1uF/NC AJ16
FIELD/GPO R45 0 GPIO14 DDA_P_3 DDAN_9 DDAP_9 9
B19 AK16 DDAN_9 9
P1_VSYNC GPIO_14 DDA_N_3 DDAP_11
A11 AJ18 DDAP_11 9
P1_HSYNC PORT1_VSYNC DDA_P_2 DDAN_11
D12 AK18
P1_DATAEN PORT1_HSYNC DDA_N_2 DDAP_13 DDAN_11 9
A9 AG18
P1_CLK PORT1_DATEN DDA_P_1 DDAN_13 DDAP_13 9
B9 AH18
P3_DATA0 PORT1_CLK DDA_N_1 DDAP_15 DDAN_13 9
AJ19 DDAP_15 9
TP58 DDA_P_0 DDAN_15
D18 AK19 DDAN_15 9
TP59 GPIO_04 DDA_N_0
A19
ALF_VSYNCZ GPIO_05
2 ALF_VSYNCZ A8
ALF_HSYNCZ ALF_VSYNC
2 ALF_HSYNCZ D9
ALF_CSYNC ALF_HSYNC
13 C9
NC ALF_CSYNC
14
NC

15
NC VADC
16
NC
120 R49 390
REXT TP60
17 AH21
NC GPIO_28
18
NC C90 0.1uF
128 D8
VREFP PORT2_VSYNC
19 C8
NC C91 PORT2_HSYNC
B8
PORT2_DATEN
20 A7
NC 0.1uF P2_CLK
21 1 C92 0.1uF
NC VREFN
AJ9 DCKB_P
DCKB_P DCKB_N DCKB_P 9
4 P3_DATA[0..9] AK9 DCKB_N 9
R50 NC DCKB_N
36 VDDP
A0 R51 10K P3_DATA9 A4
P3_DATA8 PORT3_DAT_8 DCKA_P
B5 AJ17
P3_DATA7 PORT3_DAT_7 DCKA_P DCKA_N DCKA_P 9
A5 AK17
P3_DATA6 PORT3_DAT_6 DCKA_N DCKA_N 9
C5
C93 22PF P3_DATA5 PORT3_DAT_5
33 E7
XOUT P3_DATA4 PORT3_DAT_4 SCB_P
C6 AG9
PORT3_DAT_3 SCB_P SCB_P 9
2

P3_DATA3 B6 AH9 SCB_N


Y1 P3_DATA2 PORT3_DAT_2 SCB_N SCB_N 9
3 D7
14.31818MHz P3_DATA1 PORT1_DAT_1
108 A6
NC TP7 PORT1_DAT_0 SCA_P
109 AG16
1

NC C94 22PF SCA_P SCA_N SCA_P 9


111 34 AH16
NC XIN SCA_N SCA_N 9
112
NC
114
NC
115
NC P3_CLK
117 41 4 P3_CLK C7
NC NC P3_CLK
118 42
NC NC
124
NC
125 51
NC NC
52 DDP2230
NC
63
NC R53 0
64
NC
2 1
VDDP
40
R57 100 INT
2,4,5,6,11 SCL1 37
R56 100 SCL
2,4,5,6,11 SDA1 38
SDA
35
R52 HWRESET
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

10K
U9
PDTC124EU
5
30
31
54
66
74
87
89
91
103
104
105
107
110
116
122
127

I O HWRESET
4,11 DEC_RESZ
G
(TLV5147M1) PCB-MAIN (4/12)
P2H1 D3.3V A3.3V

L21 60 L22 60
1 2 D3.3V 1 2 A3.3V
R59

1
CIN1 2 0 1 C95 C98 C96 C99
+ +

1
S-VIDEO

1
CN5 ZD1 R58 47uF/6.3V 1uF 47uF/6.3V 1uF

2
RLZTE-115.6B C97 STBY5 L130 4.7uH C1206 P2K1 C1206 D1.8V A1.8V
8 6 STBY5
LL34 75R_1% 330P

2
L24 60 L25 60

2
0402 to 1206 1 2 D1.8V 1 2 A1.8V

1
5 3 C100 C101

1
47uF/6.3V + C104 C102 C105 C103

2
CN6 RCAJACK C1206 + +

4
LL34 75R_1% 1uF

2
1 RLZTE-115.6B R60 U43 U7 47uF/6.3V 1uF 47uF/6.3V 1uF

VOUT

VOUT
VIN

VIN

2
ZD2 C1206 C1206
11

10

0402 to 1206

C
2

NOISE

NOISE
TAR5S33 TARS18

GND

GND
CNT

CNT
YIN1 2 1
R61 0

3
POWER D1.8V A1.8V
2,3,6,8 POWER
C106 C107 D1.8V A1.8V
0.1uF 0.1uF

1
L26 47uH STBY5 STBY5 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C118 C116
R62
1

2
COMPIN_I 0 COMPVID 14.31818MHz R64 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF

2
+ C108 C117 3 3,8 POWER2
POWER2

C
VS/VBLK1
47uF/6.3V ZD3 R63 27P
2

1
C1206 RLZTE-115.6B 75 Y2 1M
LL34 C119 27P
0402 to 1206 HS/CS1 R65 2.2K D3.3V A3.3V

A
2 1
L27 47uH STBYR5 STBYR5 C120 0.1UF D3.3V A3.3V
A1.8V D1.8V
2

D3.3V

1
C1206 DGND C122 C123 C124 C125 C126
+ C121
47uF/6.3V 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF
1

2
A3.3V

80

79

78

77

76

75

74

73

72

71

70

69

68

67

66

65

64

63

62

61
U44A

VI_1A

VS/VBLK

HS/CS
CH1_A18GND

CH1_A18VDD

PLL_A18GND

PLL_A18VDD

FID

IOGND
XTAL2

XTAL1

C_0

C_1

DGND5

DVDD4

C_2

C_3

C_4

C_5

IOVDD3
C131 R74 C525 OPEN

1.5K
2SC4081T106R 0.1uF C132 C127
C

R66 100 Q8 R67 100 0.1UF


CINA 2 1 B 2 1 CIN 1 60
Q9 VI_1B C_6
E

R76 620 L30 L31 2SA1576AT106R C128 C129 0.1UF 2 59


E

VI_1C C_7
2 1 1 2 1 2 B
0 22uH 20PF/NC 3 58
CH1_A33GND C_8
2

R68 C133 C134 4 57


CH1_A33VDD C_9
C-6

R69
1K 10P 56P 1.5K/NC 5 56
CH2_A33VDD DGND4
1

6 55 P3_DATA[0..9] 3
Y3 CH2_A33GND DVDD3 R70 33
C130 0.1UF 7 54 2 1 P3_DATA0
C135 0.1UF VI_2A Y0 R71 33
2

YIN C526 8 53 2 1 P3_DATA1


R77 OPEN VI_2B Y1
C136 C137 0.1UF 9 52
2SC4081T106R 1.5K VI_2C Y2
C

TVP5147M1
R72 100 Q10 R73 100 10 51
1

YINA 0.1uF CH2_A18GND Y3


2 1 B 2 1
Q11 11 50
CH2_A18VDD Y4
E

R78 620 L28 L29 2SA1576AT106R C138


E

2 1 1 2 1 2 B 12 49 PR4
0 22uH 20PF/NC A18VDD_REF IOGND3 P3_DATA2
1 16
2

13 48 2 15 P3_DATA3
C

R79 C139 C140 A18GND_REF IOVDD2 P3_DATA4


3 14
R80 14 47 4 13 P3_DATA5
1K 10P 56P 1.5K/NC CH3_A18VDD Y5 P3_DATA6
5 12
15 46 6 11 P3_DATA7
1

CH3_A18GND Y6 P3_DATA8
7 10
C141 0.1UF 16 45 8 9 P3_DATA9
VI_3A Y7
C142 0.1UF 17 44 33,5%,16P8R
VI_3B Y8
C143 0.1UF 18 43
VI_3C Y9
19 42
NC1 DGND3
20 41
NC2 DVDD2

GLCO/I2CA

DATACLK
A18GND

RESETB
A18VDD

IOGND2
INTREQ

IOVDD1
DGND1

DGND2
DVDD1

PWDN
AGND
VI_4A

AVID
SDA
NC3

NC4

SCL

FSS
21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40
2

R81
C144
1.5K COMP1 DGND
2SC4081T106R
C

R82 100 Q12 0.1uF R83 100 R84 100


COMPVID 2 1 B 2 1 COMPIN C145 0.1UF 2 1 P3_CLK
P3_CLK 3
Q13
E

R85 620 L32 L33 2SA1576AT106R C146 R86 10K


E

2 1 1 2 1 2 B I2CA 2 1

2
0 22uH 20PF/NC R89 R90 R91 R92 10K/NC
2

2.2K AVID 2 1
C

R87 C147 C148 R93 10K


R88 100 100 FSS 2 1
1K 10P 56P 1.5K/NC 1
1

SCL1
2,3,5,6,11 SCL1
D3.3V
SDA1
2,3,5,6,11 SDA1

DEC_INTZ R94
11 DEC_INTZ 10K

DEC_RESZ
3,11 DEC_RESZ
STBY12

(AUDIO) PCB-MAIN (5/12)

C
R508 47
2 1 B Q37 U48

1
1
2SC2412KT146R R509 470 2 4

E
H3 VIN Vout
2 1
R342

1
GND1
GND2
4MM 62K C439

2
1
R510 C438 1 5 + 100uF/16V
4.7K 47uF/25V + VC SCNSC S-C63MM

1
S-C63MM

3
6

2
C441 R345

2
BA00BC0WFP 10K U50
0.01uF
PC1/V2Z O I V2/PC1Z 11

2
C
R511 47
2 1 B Q38 PDTC124EU

G
2SC2412KT146R R512 470 R346 10K

E
2 1 2 1

1
R513 5VREF
VIEDO-AUDIO IN (IN-2) 4.7K
4D
4C
5D
5C
4B
4EA
5A
5E
5B
4F
5F

2
U51
4

EPJ-035-33A R481
1A
1
1F
1E
1D
1C
1B R351 33K R349 62K 1 28 2 1
ROUT- GND
3
3F
3E
3D
3C
3B
3A 2 1 2 1 C445 1uF OPEN

2
L79 600 2 27 R354 47K
VIEDO-R R353 330 PVCC ROUT+ R344
1 2 2 1 2 1
2
2F
2E
2D
2C
2B
2A VIEDO-L 1 2 R352
2 330
1 3 26 750
L80 600 SEMAX SE/BTL C451 0.1uF
C450 0.47uF 4 25 STBY51

1
RIN1- IN2/IN1
1
1
J21 C443 C444 R480 10K
R347 R348 R355 0 C446 C447 0.47uF 5 24 2 1 U49
470P 470P 47K 47K NC RIN1+ SHUTDOWN C527 0.1uF R343 20K
2 1
C453 0.47uF 6 23 VOL VOL 2 1 O I PWM_VOL PWM_VOL 11
RIN2- VOLUME

1
OPEN
2
2

3
R475 R358 0 C448 C458 0.47uF 7 22 PDTC124EU
Q24 Q25 RIN2+ SEDIFF
2 1 NC C460 1uF DC:0V-5V

G
OPEN C459 0.1uF 8 21 5VREF C440
1PS226 1PS226 VCC 5VREF
0.1uF

2
C461 0.47uF 9 20 C462 2200P R359 27K R360 82K
LIN1- CLK
2 1 2 1
2

1
STBY51 R361 0 C468 C463 0.47uF 10 19
STBYR5T1 NC LIN1+ GND C464 1uF
2 1
C465 0.47uF 11 18 C466 1uF OPEN
OPEN
LIN2- BYPASS

C
R514 47 R362 0 C469 C470 0.47uF 12 17
Q39 NC LIN2+ PVCC C467 0.1uF L116 0/NC J23
2 1 B 2 1
13 16 R75 0
2SC2412KT146R R515 470 N.C. LOUT+ 1
2 1

E
2
PC-AUDIO IN (IN-1) 2 1 14
LOUT- GND
15 L117 0/NC
P1
PGND

1
S2B-ZR-SM3A-TF(D)(LF)/NC
4D
4C
5D
5C
4B
4EA
5A
5E
5B
4F
5F
4

EPJ-035-33A R516 TPA6030A4PWPRG4


1A
1
1F
1E
1D
1C
1B 4.7K
3
3F
3E
3D
3C
3B
3A
L81 600 R487
2
PC-R 1 2 R366
2 330
1 2 0 1
2
2F
2E
2D
2C
2B
2A PC-L 1 2 R365
2 330
1
L82 600
C

R517 47
1
1

J22 2 1 B Q40
C471 C472 R363 R364
C-7

47K 47K 2SC2412KT146R R518 470


E

470P 470P 2 1
2
2

Q26 Q27 R519 J12


4.7K
1PS226 1PS226 R370 470 1PS226 L83 600
1D
1C
1
1B
1A
2 1 C475 1uF Q31 1PS226 1 2 9A
9B
9C
9D
9
2

Q28 8D
8C
8B
8A
8
2

R371 470 L85 600 7B


7A
7D
7C
7
2 1 C479 1uF 1 2 3D
3C
3A
3B
3
2D
2C
2B
2A
2

3
4D
4C
4
4B
4A
5D
5C
5
5A
5B
6D
6C
6
6A
6B
2SC3326-B 2SC3326-B
Q29 Q30

1
R372

2
B B R373 MINI JACK-SW
ESD16
47K
47K 2 1 Audio Output

E
N1 N2

2
L128 600
1608SGX
1 2
LINE-INZ 11 J24

1
R377 R378 R379 R380 2 1 1
2.2K 47K 2.2K 47K C564 C563
U75 1uF R479 0
1uF
C534 1uF 1 28 C546 10uF/16V 2
2

2
A1 VCC/2

C
C535 1uF 2 27 C547 10uF/16V
A2 GND Q32 L118
B 3
C536 1uF 3 26 R520
2 100
1 2SC2412KT146R 60
B1 SDA SDA1 2,3,4,6,11
R384 470 S3B-ZR-SM3A-TF(D)(LF)

E
C537 1uF 4 25 R521
2 100
1 2 1
SCL1 2,3,4,6,11

C
B2 SCL

1
C538 1uF 5 24 B Q33
C1 VCC C548 1uF 2SC2412KT146R R385
C539 1uF 6 23 2.2K

E
C2 OUT1 SPMUTEZ 11

1
C540 1uF 7 22 R523
2 470
1 R543 R642 R386 470

2
D1 SB1 47K 47K 2 1
C541 1uF 8 21
D2 SR

1
2

2
9 20 R388
SEL2 SB2 2.2K
10 19 R524
2 470
1
SEL1 OUT2 L88 100uH

2
C542 2.2uF 11 18 C549 0.1uF STBY51 1 2 STBY5 STBY5
VOL1 BCB1 L89 100uH
C543 2.2uF 12 17 C550 0.1uF R525
2 4.7K
1 STBYR5T1 1 2 STBYR5 STBYR5
VOL2 BCA1
C544 4700pF 13 16 C551 0.1uF
TC2 BCA2

1
C485 C486 C487 C488
C545 4700pF 14 15 C552 0.1uF R526
2 4.7K
1 1 +
TC1 BCB2 R389 0.1uF
+ 47uF/6.3V 0.1uF 47uF/6.3V
22K

2
BD3490FV
G

O I O I O I MUTEZ
MUTEZ 11
U53 U54 U55
PDTA124EU PDTC124EU PDTC124EU
G

G
600 L34
LSTBY5 LSTBY5
(IR_AUTO_KEYSTONE) PCB-MAIN (6/12)
CN7
1
1
2
2
3
3 LSTBY5 L35 600
4 LSTBY5
4 L119 600 LEDPWR
5 LEDPWR 8
5 L120 600 LEDLMPG
6 LEDLMPG 8
6 L121 600 LEDLMPR
7 LEDLMPR 8
7 L122 600 KEY0
8 KEY0 8
8

4
3

2
1
9 L123 600 KEY1
9 KEY1 8 U13 R96
10

A+
GND

Aout
A-
10 NJM2407R C150

2
C175 C176 910
C151
10P/FH12 SSOP8-065M-4MM 0.1uF
R482 R483

Bout
15K 15K 100P 100P

B+

V+
B-
1

1
0.1uF

5
6

7
8
U16 PDTC124EU R99

POWER I O I O 4.7K
2,3,4,8 POWER
STBY3.3

C154

G
U17
0.1uF PDTA124EU R100 R101 NC OFF-TIME L127
OFF-TIME 8 600/NC
1.2K

D10
1SS355PT
A C C532 C531
U72
0.1uF/NC 0.1uF/NC
R104 1 8 TP65
VDD I/O INT1 TP75
3 9
4.7K R106 RESERVED INT2
6
VS

1
7 2
C157+ C158 + C159 + 270K CS GND
4
220uF/6.3V 220uF/6.3V 220uF/6.3V GND
12 5
S-C63MM S-C63MM S-C63MM R497 22/NC SDO/ALT ADDRESS GND
2,3,4,5,11 SDA1 13 10

2
R498 22/NC SDA/SDI/SDIO GND
2,3,4,5,11 SCL1 14 11
SCL/SCLK RESERVED

ADXL345/NC

Address = 0x53

1
H10 H1 H2 H8 H4 H9 H6 H7 H5

4MM 4MM 4MM 4MM 4MM 4MM 4MM 4MM 4MM


2,3 THERMISTOR(DMD Tempature)
C-8

4,5 THERMISTOR(Air Tempature)


6,7 THERMISTOR(Lamp Housing) R107
22K
1,,8 THERMOSTAT(Lamp Housing) Q15

E
J26 PSM2 2 2SA1576AT106R
TEMP1 S2B-ZR-SM3A-TF(D)(LF) RSI0 3 B Q16
1 R108 22K 1
PSM1

C
8

DGND L36 600


DAP202KT146 I O IR0
IR0 8
2
8

PSM3 U20
LSTBY5 L37 600 PDTC124EU

G
3

S3B-ZR-SM3A-TF(D)(LF) L38 600


LSTBY5 LSTBY5

C160

G
FRONT IR 0.1uF
RSIO O I O I RCEN-F
RCEN-F 8
U21 U22
LSTBY3.3 LSTBY3.3 PDTA124EU PDTC124EU

G
PSZ1 PSZ3 PSZ5 PSZ7 PSZ9

G
PSZ2 PSZ4 PSZ6
L39 600
O I O I RCEN-R
RCEN-R 8
C161 C162 C163 C164 C165
L40 L41 L42
600 NC 600 R110 R111 R109 C166 C167 C168 U23

G
NC 470P NC 470P 470P U24 PDTC124EU
PDTA124EU
L44 22K 8.2K 2.2K 100P 100P 100P
600 R112 R113 R114 L45 600
PR5
220 NC 220
2 1 R116 150
TMP_LMP 4 3 LSTBY5 LSTBY5 2 1 U35
TMP_IN TMPLMP 8
TMP_DMD
6 5
TMPIN 8 R117 C170 C171
FM-6038SR-5CN
8 7
TMPDMD 8
PRTLTMP 8 22K
10uF/16V 0.1uF 3 VCC
100x4
2 GND
C169 1 VOUT
0.1uF
RSII

BACK IR
(BALLAST) PCB-MAIN (7/12)
STBY3.3 STBY3.3

E
2SA1576AT106R/NC
B Q36
LSENSE R195 22K LAMPON
LSENSE 11 LAMPON 11

C
R196 0 R197 1K STBY3.3 R198
STBY3.3 UART1_RXD 11

2
J4 PSA1 2SC3326-B 22K R471
Q23 0/NC R472

C
1 LSENSEZ R199 100 10K
PSA2 B

1
2 DGND R202

E
C242 STBY5 STBY5 STBY5
PSA3 390
3 0.1uF

2
G
U33 R499
4 L59 600 10K
STBY_5 O I
U73

1
5 C243 C246
PDTA124EU O I LAMPCONT
LAMPCONT 8 PSN1
0.1uF 0.1uF
SM05B-SRSS-TB(LF)(SN) PSA4 PDTC124EU J5
L62 600

G
TO BALLAST L60 600 1
LBOX 1,8
LAMP-ONZ
Inter Lock Switch L63 600
2 PSN2

S2B-ZR-SM3A-TF(D)(LF) C250 C251


U37
PSA5 NC NC
O I LAMP_L/HZ0
LAMP_L/HZ0 11
L61 600
LAMP-H/LZ R204 390 PDTC124EU

G
C253 C249
STBY3.3 J25
0.1uF 0.1uF
U38 1
SN74LVC1G07DBVR/NC
C-9

5
VCC NC
1 Thermostat
2
2 UART1_TXD
A UART1_TXD 11
L126 600
R205 100/NC 4 3 3 LSTBY5
Y GND
S3B-ZR-SM3A-TF(D)(LF)
C254

0.1uF/NC

STBY5 STBY3.3 STBY12


STBY5 STBY3.3

PSP1
L129
C255 STBY5 R536 0/NC
60/NC
1

R206 C256 2 1 FAN2V


1

0.1uF/NC R207 U77


R208 R209 R531 C557 C558
2

0/NC 0.1uF R496 10K 10K C555 2 4 + 100uF/16V/NC


2

0 91K VIN Vout S-C63MM


8

CN2 U39A 91K/NC NC


1

1 3 1uF/25V/NC R533 15K/NC R534 15K/NC

GND
GND
1 +
2 1 CW_INDEX R530 0/NC 1 5
2 CW_INDEX 11 VC SCNSC F2SW 8
3 2 1 2 -
3 R210 0 LM393MX C530 C559 R535
4

3
6
4
2

TO DDP2230 C556 BA00CC0WFP/NC R532


4
1

4x1.5MM C257 1uF/NC NC


R211 0.1uF NC 12K/NC
0.1uF 10K
2

R212
2 1

100K
FAN-ON
FAN-ON 1,8
SW1
(SUB-MICON_RS232_LAN) PCB-MAIN (8/12)
R491 0
2 1 2 1 USB-DETZ 11
4 3
L84 600 USB_ENZ 11
2 1 6 5
N1 N2

9
8 7 2 1 USB_D_P U57
ESD14 1608SGX/NC USB_D_P 11 C496
2 1 USB_D_N

GND
USB_D_N 11 STBY3.3
C529 L78 600 0.1uF TP22
2 1 SW-4 LSTBY3.3 1
N1 N2 C493 GND
1000pF R495