Sie sind auf Seite 1von 88

LC-32LE140

50mm

SERVICE MANUAL
SE00LC32LE140
40mm
Issued: 17th July 2012

LED LCD COLOUR TELEVISION


31.5mm
DVB-T / DVB-C, PAL B/G, I / SECAM B/G, D/K, L/L’ SYSTEM COLOUR TELEVISION
17MB62 CHASSIS

MODEL
25mm

20mm
LC-32LE140E
LC-32LE140EV
LC-32LE140EK
LC-32LE140RU

In the interests of user safety (required by safety


regulations in some countries) the set should be re-
stored to its original condition and only parts identical
to those specified should be used.

CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................................................................................................................... 2
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 5
IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................ 6
OPERATION MANUAL ............................................................................................................................ 9
DIMENSIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 15
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................. 16
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS .................................................................................................................. 19
SERVICE MENU SETTINGS ........................................................................................................... 51
SOFTWARE UPDATE ............................................................................................................................ 56
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................... 57
OVERAL WIRING DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................... 65
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ................................................................................................................ 66
PRINTED WIRING BOARD ....................................................................................................................... 75
REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTING ............................................................................................... 77
CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS LISTING ...................................................................... 86

SHARP CORPORATION This document has been published to


be used for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
1
LC-32LE140

TABLE OF CONTENTS

i SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................... 5
ii IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................... 6
iii OPERATION MANUAL ................................................................................................................. 9
iv DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................................... 15
0. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 16
0.1. General Block Diagram ................................................................................................. 17
0.2. MB60 Placement of Blocks ........................................................................................... 18

1. TUNER(TU3) ................................................................................................................................. 19
1.1. General description of Sony RE216 ........................:..................................................... 19

2. AUDIO AMPLIFIER STAGE WITH AZAD2102(U163, U164) ........................................................ 21


2.1. General Description .......................................................................................................21
2.2. Features ........................................................................................................................ 21
2.3. Absolute Ratings ........................................................................................................... 22
2.3.1. Electrical Characteristics ........................................................................................ 22
2.3.2. Operating Specifications. ....................................................................................... 23
2.4. Pinning ............................................................................................................,............. 23

3. AUDIO AMPLIFIER STAGE WITH TPA3113 (U168,) .................................................................. 24


3.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 24
3.2. Features ........................................................................................................................ 24
3.3. Absolute Ratings .......................................................................................................... 24
3.3.1. Electrical Characteristics ........................................................................................ 24
3.3.2. Operating Specifications ........................................................................................ 25
3.4. Pinning .......................................................................................................................... 25

4. POWER STAGE ............................................................................................................................ 26


4.1. Power Management ...................................................................................................... 29

5. MICROCONTROLLER – MSTAR ( U5 ) ....................................................................................... 31


5.1. General Description ...................................................................................................... 31
5.2. MSTAR Block Diagram ................................................................................................. 35
5.3. Reset Circuit .................................................................................................................. 35

6. CI INTERFACE .............................................................................................................................. 36

7. USB INTERFACE .......................................................................................................................... 36

8. DDR2 SDRAM K4T1G146QF ( U155 ) ......................................................................................... 37


8.1. General Description ..................................................................................................... 37
8.2. Features ....................................................................................................................... 37
8.3. Pinning ......................................................................................................................... 38

9. SCALER AND LVDS SOCKETS.. ................................................................................................. 39


9.1. LVDS sockets Block Diagram ..................................................................................... 39
9.2. Panel Supply Switch Circuit ......................................................................................... 39

10. SPI FLASH MEMORY - MX25L1005 (U158) ............................................................................. 40


10.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 40

2
LC-32LE140

10.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 41


10.3. Absolute Maximum Ratings ........................................................................................ 41
10.4. Pinning ........................................................................................................................ 42

11. NAND FLASH MEMORY – NAND512XXA2C (U162) ................................................................ 42


11.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 42
11.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 43
11.3. Pinning ........................................................................................................................ 44

12. LM1117(U175, U180, U181) ....................................................................................................... 44


12.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 44
12.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 44
12.3. Applications ................................................................................................................. 44
12.4. Absolute Maximum Ratings ........................................................................................ 44
12.5. Pinning ........................................................................................................................ 44

13. MP2012 (U176) ........................................................................................................................... 45


13.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 45
13.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 45
13.3. Pinning......................................................................................................................... 45

14. RTA8283A (U23, U173) .............................................................................................................. 46


14.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 46
14.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 46
14.3. Pinning......................................................................................................................... 46

15. MP1583 (U174) ........................................................................................................................... 47


15.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 47
15.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 47
15.3. Pinning ........................................................................................................................ 47

16. FDC642 ....................................................................................................................................... 48


16.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 48
16.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 48
16.3. Pinning ........................................................................................................................ 48

17. FDC604P...................................................................................................................................... 49
17.1. General Description .................................................................................................... 49
17.2. Features ...................................................................................................................... 49
17.3. Pinning ........................................................................................................................ 49

18. CONNECTORS ........................................................................................................................... 49


18.1. SCART (SC1) ............................................................................................................. 49
18.2. HDMI (CN707,CN708) ................................................................................................ 50
18.3. VGA (CN132) .............................................................................................................. 50

19. SERVICE MENU SETTINGS ...................................................................................................... 51


19.1. Video Settings ............................................................................................................. 52
19.2. Audio Settings ............................................................................................................. 52
19.3. Options ........................................................................................................................ 53
19.4. Tuning Settings ........................................................................................................... 54
19.5. Source Settings ........................................................................................................... 54

3
LC-32LE140

19.6. USB Operations .......................................................................................................... 55


20. SOFTWARE UPDATE ................................................................................................................. 56

21. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................ 57


21.1. No Backlight Problem ................................................................................................. 57
21.2. CI Module Problem .................................................................................................... 58
21.3. Led Blinking Problem .................................................................................................. 60
21.4. IR Problem .................................................................................................................. 61
21.5. Keypad Touchpad Problems ....................................................................................... 62
21.6. USB Problems ............................................................................................................. 62
21.7. No Sound Problem ...................................................................................................... 63
21.8. No Sound Problem at Headphone............................................................................... 63
21.9. Standby On/Off Problem.............................................................................................. 64
21.10. No Signal Problem .................................................................................................... 64

22. OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM .................................................................................................... 65

23. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................... 66

24. PRINTED WIRING BOARD ......................................................................................................... 75

25. REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTING .............................................................................................. 77

26. CABINET AND MECHANICAL PARTS LISTING ........................................................................ 86

4
LC-32LE210 LC-32LE140
LC-32LE220

ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICALSPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
LC-32LE140E/EK/EV/RU Specifications
Item 24” LCD
LCD COLOUR
COLOUR TV,TV, Model:
Model: 32” LCD COLOUR TV, Model:
Specifications Digital Reception (DVB-C)
LC-24LE210E,
LC-32LE210E,
LC-32LE210E, LC-32LE220E,
LC-32LB220E, LC-32LE220E, LC-32LS220E.
TV BROADCASTING LC-24LE220E
Transmission Standards: LC-32LB220E, LC-32LS220E
32” TFT LCD TFT
LED LCD
TV LED TV
PAL/SECAMLCD
B/GPanel
D/K K’ I/I’ L/L’ 24" BLACK
DVB-C, MPEG2, DVB-C, MPEG4 32” BLACK TFT LCD LED TV
RECEIVING Resolution
CHANNELS 6.220.800 dots (1.920 x 1.080 pixels)
i. DEMODULATION
VHF (BAND Video
I/III) Colour System PAL/SECAM/NTSC 3.58/NTSC
-Symbolrate: 4.0 4.43/PALto607.2
Msymbols/s Msymbols/s
TV Standard Analogue CCIR (B/G, I, D/K, L/L’)
UHF (BAND U) - Modulation: 16-QAM , 32-QAM ,64-QAM, 128-QAM
Digital and(2K/8K
DVB-T 256-QAM
OFDM)(H.264), DVB-C (Only Lx220)
HYPERBAND
TV
VHF/UHF E2–E69 ch, F2–F10 ch, I21–I69 ch, IR A–IR J ch (Digital: IR A ch–E69 ch)
ii. VIDEO
NUMBER OFFunc-
PRESET CHANNELS
Receiving Channel
tions CATV - All MPEG2
Hyper-band, MP@ML
S1–S41 ch formats with up-conversion and
1000
TV-Tuning System f ltering
Auto to ch:
Preset 999 CCIR601 format.
non-Nordic / 9999 ch: Nordic (ATV: 99 ch), Auto Label, Auto Sort
CHANNEL INDICATOR
STEREO / BILINGUAL -CVBS
NICAM/A2 analogue output
On Screen Display
Viewing angles iii. AUDIO
H: 176°, V: 176°
RF AERIAL INPUT
Audio Amplifier -All
10 W x 2MPEG1 Layer 1 and 2 modes
75 Ohm (unbalanced)
Speaker (30 -Sampling
(25 mm
mmxx100 frequencies
100mm)
mm)xx
22 supported are 32,x44.1
(30 mm & 48
100 mm) x2
OPERATING VOLTAGE kHz
TV Antenna UHF/VHF 75 Din type (Analogue & Digital)
220-240V AC, 50Hz.
SERVICE Ø 3.5 mm jack
AUDIO
SCART SCART (AV input, RGB input, TV output, Y/C input)
German + Nicam Stereo
PC INPUT VGA (D-Sub 15pin), Ø 3.5mm jack
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER (WRMS.) (10% THD)
COMPONENTS COMPONENT IN: Y/PB(CB)/PR(CR), RCA (AUDIO R/L)
2x6
HDMI1 HDMI, Ø 3.5mm jack
POWER CONSUMPTION (W)
HDMI2 HDMI, Ø 3.5mm jack
135 W (max)Terminals
HDMI3 HDMI, Ø 3.5mm jack
< 0,5 W (Standby)
AV RCA connector (AV input)
PANEL
MEDIA PLAYER/ TIME-SHIFT/ USB 2.0 HOST (A type)
16:9 display, 32” (80 cm)
USBScreen
REC Size
DIMENSIONS (mm) DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT RCA S/PDIF digital audio output.
DxLxH (With foot): 205,5 x (Common
C. I. 772,91 xInterface)
521,90 EN50221, R206001, CI+ speci cation (Only Lx220)
Weight (Kg): 10,70 Headphones Ø 3.5 mm jack (Audio output)
DxLxH (Without foot): 39 x 772,91 x 489,68 Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian,
Weight (Kg): OSD
9,15language Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish,
Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Byelorussian, Romanian.

Power Requirement AC 220–240 V, 50 Hz


Power Consumption (IEC62087 Method) 85 W (0.25
30W (0.25 W
W(Standby)
Standby) 85W (0.25 W Standby)
Weight 8,5 Kg
4,9 Kg(Without
(Withoutstand), 9,86 Kg
stand), Kg(With
(Withstand)
stand) 8,5 Kg (Without stand), 9,8 Kg (With stand)
Operating Temperature 0 °C to +40 °C

Environmental MHEG-5
Specifications
ENGINE compliant with ISO/IEC 13522-5 UK engine Prof le 1
Object carousel support compliant with ISO/IEC 135818-6 and UK DTT prof le for UK
Frequency range: 474-850 32” *1 Measured
MHz for UK models according to IEC 62087 Ed. 2.
*2 For further information about the Energy Save function,
*1 On-Mode (W) (HOME MODE) 170-862 MHz for63 EU
W models please see related pages in this operation manual.
Digital *3 Measured
Reception
*2 Energy-Save-ModeTransmission
(W) standard:
ECO DVB-T.
48 W MPEG-2, MPEG-4according to IEC 62301 Ed. 1.
*3 Standby-Mode (W) Demodulation: COFDM with 0.25 W *4 Measured according to IEC 62301 Ed. 1.
2K/8K FFT modeenergy consumption is calculated on the basis
*5 Annual
*4 Off Mode (W) 0.18 W
FEC: all DVB modes of the On-Mode (HOME MODE) power consumption,
*5 Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) 92 kWh watching TV 4 hours a day, 365 days a year.
*6 Annual Energy Consumption Video: MP@ML,
ECO PAL,
71 kWh4:3/16:9
*6 Annual energy consumption is calculated on the basis of
Energy-Save-Mode (kWh) the Energy-Save-Mode power consumption, watching TV
Audio: MPEG Layer I&II 32/44.148kHz.
4 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Cautions regarding use in high and low English


temperature
- 38 - environments • As a part of our policy of continuous im-
provement, SHARP reserves the right to
• When the unit is used in a low temperature space (e.g. room, office), the
make design and specification changes
picture may leave trails or appear slightly delayed. This is not a malfunc-
A01_MB62_[GB]_1910UK_IDTV_TC_PVR_NICKEL17_32942LED_ROCKER_ZIGGO_10075634_50200522.indd 38 15.03.2012 16:44:05
for product improvement without prior
tion, and the unit will recover when the temperature returns to normal.
notice. The performance specification fig-
• Do not leave the unit in a hot or cold location. Also, do not leave the
ures indicated are nominal values of pro-
unit in a location exposed to direct sunlight or near a heater, as this may
duction units. There may be some devia-
cause the cabinet to deform and the LCD panel to malfunction. Storage
tions from these values in individual units.
temperature: –20°C to +60°C.

2
5
LC-32LE140

IMPORTANT SERVICE SAFETY PRECAUTION


Service work should be performed only by qualified service technicians who are thoroughly familiar with all
safety checks and the servicing guidelines which follow:

WARNING
1. For continued safety, no modification of any circuit should be attempted.
2. Disconnect AC power before servicing.

CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST A RISK OF


FIRE REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE
F100, F101 (T 3.15A L250V)

BEFORE RETURNING THE RECEIVER (Fire & Shock Hazard)


Before returning the receiver to the user, perform the following safety checks:
1. Inspect all lead dress to make certain that leads are not pinched, and check that hardware is not lodged between the
chassis and other metal parts in the receiver.
2. Inspect all protective devices such as non-metallic control knobs, insulation materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and
compartment covers or shields, isolation resistor-capacitor networks, mechanical insulators, etc.
3. To be sure that no shock hazard exists, check for leakage current in the following manner.
LC-20B5E
• Plug the AC cord directly into a 220~240 volt AC outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer for this test).
•Using two clip leads, connect a 1.5k ohm, 10 watt resistor paralleled by a 0.15µF capacitor in series with all exposed metal
cabinet parts and a known earth ground, such as electrical conduit or electrical ground connected to an earth ground.
•A true RMS reading multimeter should be used for this test, especially where the equipment uses a switch mode
power supply which may result in very non-sinusoidal leakage current.
•Connect the resistor connection to all exposed metal parts having a return to the chassis (antenna, metal cabinet,
screw heads, knobs and control shafts, escutcheon, etc.) and measure the AC voltage drop across the resistor.

All checks must be repeated with the AC cord plug connection reversed. (If necessary, a nonpolarized adaptor plug must
be used only for the purpose of completing these checks.)
Any reading of 1.05V peak (this corresponds to 0.7 mA. peak AC.) or more is excessive and indicates a potential shock
hazard which must be corrected before returning the monitor to the owner.

DVM
AC SCALE
1.5k ohm
10W

0.15 µF
TEST PROBE

TO EXPOSED
CONNECT TO
METAL PARTS
KNOWN EARTH
GROUND

SAFETY NOTICE
Many electrical and mechanical parts in LCD television have special safety-related characteristics.
These characteristics are often not evident from visual inspection, nor can protection afforded by them be necessarily
increased by using replacement components rated for higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this manual; electrical components
having such features are identified by “ ! “.

For continued protection, replacement parts must be identical to those used in the original circuit.
The use of a substitute replacement parts which do not have the same safety characteristics as the factory recommended
replacement parts shown in this service manual, may create shock, fire or other hazards.

6
LC-32LE140

PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER

1 Using lead-free wire solder


When fixing the PWB soldered with the lead-free solder, apply lead-free wire solder. Repairing with conventional lead
wire solder may cause damage or accident due to cracks.
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher than the lead wire solder by 40°C, we recommend you to
use a dedicated soldering bit, if you are not familiar with how to obtain lead-free wire solder or soldering bit, contact our
service station or service branch in your area.

2 Soldering
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is about 220°C which is higher than the conventional lead solder by
40°C, and as it has poor solder wettability, you may be apt to keep the soldering bit in contact with the PWB for extended
period of time. However, Since the land may be peeled off or the maximum heat-resistance temperature of parts may be
exceeded, remove the bit from the PWB as soon as you confirm the steady soldering condition.
Lead-free solder contains more tin, and the end of the soldering bit may be easily corroded. Make sure to turn on and
off the power of the bit as required.
If a different type of solder stays on the tip of the soldering bit, it is alloyed with lead-free solder. Clean the bit after every
use of it.
When the tip of the soldering bit is blackened during use, file it with steel wool or fine sandpaper.

Be careful when replacing parts with polarity indication on the PWB silk.

Lead-free wire solder for servicing.

7
LC-32LE140

END OF LIFE DISPOSAL


End of life disposal
A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households)

1. In the European Union


Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the ordinary dust bin!

Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and in accordance with legislation that requires
proper treatment, recovery and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment.
Following the implementation by member states, private households within the EU states may return their used
electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection facilities free of charge*. In some countries* your local
Attention: Your product retailer may also take back your old product free of charge if you purchase a similar new one.
is marked with this
*) Please contact your local authority for further details.
symbol. It means that
used electrical and
electronic products If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators, please dispose of these separately
should not be mixed beforehand according to local requirements.
with general household
waste. There is a By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery
separate collection and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health which could otherwise
system for these
arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
products.

2. In other Countries outside the EU


If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.

For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic equipment can be returned free of charge to the dealer, even if you don’t
purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are listed on the homepage of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.

B. Information on Disposal for Business Users


1. In the European Union
If the product is used for business purposes and you want to discard it:

Please contact your SHARP dealer who will inform you about the take-back of the product. You might be charged for
the costs arising from take-back and recycling. Small products (and small amounts) might be taken back by your local
collection facilities.

For Spain: Please contact the established collection system or your local authority for take-back of your used
products.

2. In other Countries outside the EU


If you wish to discard of this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.

The battery supplied with this product contains traces of Lead.

For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to the general household waste!
There is a separate collection system for used batteries, to allow proper treatment and recycling in accordance with
legislation. Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and recycling schemes.

For Switzerland: The used battery is to be returned to the selling point.

For other non-EU countries: Please contact your local authority for correct method of disposal of the used battery.

8
LC-32LE140

OPERATION MANUAL

Remote Control Buttons


1. Standby
2. Image size / Zooms videos (in Media Browser
video mode)
3. Sleep Timer SLEEP SCREEN PRESETS

4. Mono / Stereo - Dual I-II / Currrent Language (*)


(in DVB channels) FAV LANG.

5. Favourite Mode Selection (in DVB channels)


6. Numeric buttons
7. Electronic programme guide (in DVB channels)
8. No function
9. Media Browser
10. Navigation buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right)
EPG SWAP

11. No function
12. Recordings Library SOURCE

13. Programme Down / Page up - Programme Up /


Page down
14. Mute
15. Programme recording
16. Pause (in Media Browser mode) / Timeshift
recording
17. Rapid reverse (in Media Browser mode) C
18. Play (in Media Browser mode) DISP. SEARCH
MODE

19. Red button


INFO
20. Green button / List Schedule (in EPG) / Tag
CH V
/ Untag All (in favourite list) / Play-Slideshow
(in Media Browser) / Loop-Shuff e (in Media
Browser)
21. Picture mode selection / Changes picture mode
(in Media Browser video mode)
22. No function
23. Teletext / Mix (in TXT mode)
24. Subtitle on-off (in DVB channels)
25. Previous programme
26. AV / Source selection
27. Menu on-off
28. Okay (Conf rm) / Hold (in TXT mode) / Edit
Channel List
29. Exit / Return / Index page (in TXT mode)
30. No function
31. Info / Reveal (in TXT mode) 36. Stop (in Media Browser mode)
32. Volume Up / Down 37. Blue button / Edit Channel List / Filter (In
Favourite List&EPG)
33. No function
38. Yellow button / Timeline Schedule (in EPG)
34. No function
35. Rapid advance (in Media Browser mode)

English - 8 -

A01_MB62_[GB]_1910UK_IDTV_TC_PVR_NICKEL17_32942LED_ROCKER_ZIGGO_10075634_50200522.indd 8 15.03.2012 16:43:23

9
LC-32LE140

Operation Manual (Continued)

LCD TV and Operating Buttons


FRONT and REAR VIEW Control buttons VIEW Control Buttons

1. Standby/On button
2. TV/AV button
3. Programme Up/Down buttons
4. Volume Up/Down buttons

Note: Press “ ” and buttons


at the same time to view main menu.

Viewing the Connections - Back Connectors


2

VGA
SPDIF

Coax.OUT

SCART

1. HDMI 2: HDMI Input


2. HDMI 1: HDMI Input
HDMI Inputs are for connecting a device that has an HDMI socket. Your LCD TV is capable of
displaying High Def nition pictures from devices such as a High Def nition Satellite Receiver or DVD
Player. These devices must be connected via the HDMI sockets or Component Socket. These sockets
can accept either 720p or 1080i signals. No sound connection is needed for an HDMI to HDMI
connection.
3. RF Input connects to an aerial antenna system or a cable.
Note that if you use a decoder or a media recorder, you should connect the aerial cable through the device
to the television with an appropriate antenna cable, as shown in the illustration in the following pages.
4. SCART input or output for external devices. Connect the SCART cable between SCART socket on TV and
SCART socket on your external device (such as a decoder, a VCR or a DVD player).
Note: If an external device is connected via the SCART socket, the TV will automatically switch to AV mode.
Note: S-VHS signal is supported via the scart socket (optional).
5. PC Input is for connecting a personal computer to the TV set.
Connect the PC cable between the PC INPUT on the TV and the PC output on your PC.
6. SPDIF Coaxial Out outputs digital audio signals of the currently watched source.
Use an SPDIF coaxial cable to trasfer audio signals to a device that has SPDIF input

English - 9 -
10
A01_MB62_[GB]_1910UK_IDTV_TC_PVR_NICKEL17_32942LED_ROCKER_ZIGGO_10075634_50200522.indd 9 15.03.2012 16:43:24
LC-32LE140

Operation Manual (Continued)

Viewing the Connections - Side Connectors


1. CI Slot is used for inserting a CI card. A CI card allows you to view all the channels that you
subscribe to. For more information, see “Conditional Access” section.
2. USB Inputs.
Note that programme recording feature is available via these USB inputs. You can connect
external hard disk drives to this input.
3. Component Video Input (YPbPr) is used for connecting component video.
You can connect the component video and audio sockets with a device that has component
output. To do this, you must use the supplied component video connection cable for
enabling connection. First, plug single jack of the cable to the TV’s YPbPr socket (side).
Afterwards, insert your component cable’s (not supplied) connectors into the plural part of 5Vdc
Max:500mA

the Component video connection cable. Colours of the connected jacks should match.
4. Side audio-video connection input is used for connecting video and audio signals of
external devices. To make a video connection, you must use the supplied AV connection

YPbPr
cable for enabling connection. First, plug singular jack of the cable to the TV’s Side AV

SIDE AV
socket. Afterwards, insert your video cable’s (not supplied) connector into the YELLOW
input (located on the plural side) of the supplied AV connection cable. Colours of the
connected jacks should match.
To enable audio connection, you must use RED and WHITE inputs of the side AV
connection cable. Afterwards, insert your device’s audio cable’s connectors into the RED
and WHITE jack of the supplied side AV connection cable. Colours of the connected jacks
should match.
Note: You should use audio inputs of side AV connection cable (RED &
WHITE) to enable sound connection when connecting a device to your TV by
using PC or COMPONENT VIDEO input.
5. Headphone jack is used for connecting an external headphone to the system.
Connect to the HEADPHONE jack to listen to the TV from headphones
(optional).
6
6. , switch is used for turning the TV on or off.

Power Connection
IMPORTANT: The TV set is designed to operate on 220-240V AC, 50Hz.
• After unpacking, allow the TV set to reach the ambient room temperature before you connect the set to the
mains. Plug the power cable to the mains socket outlet.
Aerial Connection
• Connect the aerial ,cable TV plug to the AERIAL INPUT socket located at the rear of the TV.

Aerial or Cable
2

VGA
SPDIF

Coax.OUT

SCART

11
English - 10 -
LC-32LE140

Operation Manual (Continued)

Using USB Inputs


SIDE VIEW USB MEMORY
USB Connection
• You can connect a USB hard disk drive or USB
memory stick to your TV by using the USB inputs USB
of the TV. This feature allows you to playf les stored
in a USB drive or record programmes. 5Vdc
Max:500mA
• 2.5” and 3.5” inch (hdd with external power supply)
external hard disk drives are supported. CAUTION !
• To record a programme, you should f rst connect • Quickly plugging and unplugging USB devices,
a USB disk to your TV while the TV is switched is a very hazardous operation. Especially , do not
off. You should then switch on the TV to enable repeatedly quickly plug and unplug the drive. This
recording feature. Otherwise, recording feature will may cause physical damage to the USB player and
not be available. especially the USB device itself.
• If one or more partitions of your hard drive are exFat • Do not pull out USB module while playing or
formatted, none or less partitions might be visible, recording a f le.
even if they are formatted with a different f le system
Programme Recording
than exFat.
To record a programme, you should f rst connect a
IMPORTANT !
USB disk to your TV while the TV is switched of f.
• You may back up your f les before ma king any You should then switch on theTV to enable recording
connections to the TV set in order to avoid any feature.
possible data loss. Note that manufacturer will not
IMPORTANT: When using a new USB hard disk drive,
be responsible for any f le damage or dataloss.
it is recommended that you f rst format the disk using
• It is possible that certain types of USB devices (e.g. your TV’s “Format Disk” option.
MP3 Players) or USB hard disk drives/memory sticks
• For using recording function, you should connect a
may not be compatible with this TV.
USB disk or an external hard disk drive to the TV
IMPORTANT: The TV supports only F AT32 and and connected USB disk should have at least 1 GB
NTFS disk formatting. However, NTFS format is not capacity and should have 2.0 speed compatibility .
supported for recording features. For recording, if you If the connected USB device does not support 2.0
connect a USB disk with NTFS format, the TV will ask speed, an error message will be displayed.
you to format the content. See the section, “Format
Note: Recorded programmes are saved into the
Disk” in the following pages for more information on
connected USB disk. If desired, you can store/copy
disk formatting.
recordings on a computer; however, these f les will
Note that ALL the data stored on the USB disk wi ll not be available to be played on a computer. You can
be lost and then the disk format will be converted to play the recordings only via your TV.
FAT32 in such a case.
• For more information on recording programmes,
USB Disk Connection see sections “Instant Recording”, “T imeshifting”,
• Plug your USB device to the USB input of the TV. “Electronic Programme Guide”, “Recordings Library”
Note: Plug or unplug your USB disk while the TV is or “Recording Timers” in the following parts.
switched off. • Recorded programmes are split into 4GB
Note: If you are going to connect a USB hard disk drive partitions.
to the TV set, USB connection cable used between • Recorded programmes are stored in the following
the disk drive and the TV should have a USB logo directory of the connected USB disk: \DVR\RECS.
and should be as short as possible. All recordings are indicated with a number . A text
Note: While formatting a USB hard disk that has 1TB (txt) f le is created for each recording. This text
(Tera Byte) or more f le capacity, you can experience file includes information such as broadcaster ,
problems with the formatting process. In such a programme, and recording time.
case, you should format the disk with your personal • Timeshifting may be stopped according to USB
computer and the formatted disk type should be device write speed. If the USB device speed is not
FAT32. enough for video stream bitrate, timeshifting may
be stopped and recording may fail. If HD service
bitrate is greater than 13 Mbp/sec. some freeze can
be seen during timeshifting on both USB disk and
on external HDD.
English - 11 -

12
A01_MB62_[GB]_1910UK_IDTV_TC_PVR_NICKEL17_32942LED_ROCKER_ZIGGO_10075634_50200522.indd 11 15.03.2012 16:43:53
LC-32LE140

Operation Manual (Continued)

• Recordings of HD programmes can occupy bigger


size on the USB disk depending on the broadcast’s Connecting to a DVD Player
resolution. For this reason it is recommended via Component Sockets
to use USB hard disk drives for recording HD
programmes. (YPbPr) or Scart Cable
• Do not plug out the USB/HDD during the recording. • Some DVD players are connected through
This may harm the connected USB/HDD. COMPONENT SOCKETS (YPbPr). In this case,
you must use the supplied Component video
• Multipartiton support is available. Maximum two connection cable for enabling connection. First,
different partitions are supported. If the disk have plug single jack of the cable to the TV’s YPbPr
more than two partitions, crash may occur . First socket (side). Afterwards, insert your component
partition of the usb disk is used for PVR ready cable’s (not supplied) connectors into the socket
features. It also must be formatted as primary part of the Component video connection cable (see
partition to be used for PVR ready features. illustration below). Colours of the connected jacks
• Some stream packets may not be recorded because should match.
of signal problems, so sometimes video may freezes • To enable audio connection, use theVGA/Component
during playback. Audio cable. First, plug single jack of the cable
• Record, Play, Pause, Display (for PlayListDialog) to the TV. Afterwards, insert your DVD player ’s
keys could not be used when teletext is ON. If a audio cable’s connectors into the socket part of the
recording starts from timer when teletext is ON, VGA/Component audio connection cable (see
teletext is automatically turned of f. Also teletext illustration below). Colours of the connected jacks
usage is disabled when there is ongoing recording should match.
or playback. Side view

• Radio record is not supported.


• The TV can record programmes up to ten hours. YPbPr
YPbPr Video Cable
DVD Player

Connection Cable
(Not supplied)
(supplied)
Connecting to a DVD Player via HDMI
Please refer to your DVD player’s instruction book • When the connection is made, switch to
for additional information. Power off both the TV and YPbPr source. See, Input selection section.
the device before making any connections. Note: To connect YPb Pr device, you should use supplied
component (YPbPr) connection cable
Note: Not all cables shown in the illustration are
supplied. • You may also connect through the SCART input.
• If your DVD player has an HDMI socket, you can
connect via HDMI for better video and audio quality.
2

VGA
SPDIF
2

HDMI Cable Coax.OUT

(not supplied)
VGA
SPDIF

SCART
Coax.OUT

SCART
External device

• When you connect to DVD player as illustrated above,


Scart Cable
switch to the connected HDMI source. See, Input (not supplied)
Selection section for more information on changing
sources.

External device

• Note: These three methods of connection perform the


same function but in different levels of quality. It is not
necessary to connect by all three methods.

English - 12 -

A01_MB62_[GB]_1910UK_IDTV_TC_PVR_NICKEL17_32942LED_ROCKER_ZIGGO_10075634_50200522.indd 12 15.03.2012 16:43:53

13
LC-32LE140

Operation Manual (Continued)

Connecting the LCD TV to a PC Remote Control Handset


For displaying your computer’s screen image on your Inserting Batteries
LCD TV, you can connect your computer to theTV set.
• Remove the battery cover located on the back of
Power off both computer and display before making
the handset by gently pulling backwards from the
any connections. Use 15-pin D-sub display cable to
indicated part.
connect a PC to the LCD TV. When the connection
is made, switch to PC source. See “Input selection” • Insert two AAA/R3 or equivalent type batteries
section. Set the resolution that suits your viewing inside. Observe the correct polarity (+/-) when
requirements. Resolution information can be found inserting batteries and replace the battery cover.
in the appendix parts
PC VGA Cable
(not supplied)

PC Input
(back) or
Side Audio/Video
Connection Cable
(supplied)

Note: Remove the battery from remote control


SIDE AV

PC Audio Cable handset when it is not to be used for a long period.


.
Side AV Input
(not supplied)
Otherwise it can be damaged due to any leakage of
batteries. Remote range is approximately 7m/23ft.
Using Side AV Connectors
Switching On/Off
You can connect a range of optional equipment to your
LCD TV using side connectors of the TV. To Switch the TV On
• For connecting a camcorder or camera , you should Connect the power cord to the 220-240V AC 50 Hz.
use AV socket (side). To do this, you must use the • Switch the “ ” button on the bottom right hand
supplied video/audio connection cable. First, plug side under the screen to position “|” so the TV will
single jack of the cable to the TV’s AV IN socket switch to standby mode. Then the standby LED
(side). Afterwards, insert your camera cable’ s (not lights up.
supplied) connectors into the plural part of thevideo/
• To switch on the TV from standby mode either:
audio connection cable. Colours of the connected
jacks should match. See illustration below. • Press the “ ” button, CH / CH or a numeric
• Afterwards, you should switch toSide AV source. See button on the remote control.
the section Input selection in the following sections • Press the “ ” or +/- button on the TV.
for more information. • The TV will then switch on.
AV Connection AV Cable
Cable (supplied) (not supplied) Note: If you switch on your TV viaCH / CH buttons
on the remote control or on the TV set, the programme
SIDE AV

that you were watching last will be reselected.


By either method the TV will switch on.

Headphone
Camera To Switch the TV to Standby
To switch the TV to low power stand by press the
• To listen the TV sound from headphones, you
“ ” button on the remote control or right hand side
should connect headphones to your TV by using the
of the TV.
HEADPHONE jack as illustrated above..
Note: When the TV is switched to standby mode,
standby LED can blink to indicate that features such
as Standby Search, Over Air Download or T imer is
active.
To Switch the TV Off
• Switch the “ ” button on the bottom right hand
side under the screen to position 2 as illustrated,

to isolate the TV from the mains, the LED will


go out.

English - 13 -

A01_MB62_[GB]_1910UK_IDTV_TC_PVR_NICKEL17_32942LED_ROCKER_ZIGGO_10075634_50200522.indd 13 15.03.2012 16:43:54

14
LC-32LE140

DIMENSIONS

LC-32LE140

Dimensional Drawings

Specifications
TV BROADCASTING
PAL/SECAM B/G D/K K’ I/I’ L/L’
RECEIVING CHANNELS
VHF (BAND I/III)
UHF (BAND U)
HYPERBAND
NUMBER OF PRESET CHANNELS
1000
CHANNEL INDICATOR
On Screen Display
RF AERIAL INPUT
75 Ohm (unbalanced)
OPERATING VOLTAGE
220-240V AC, 50Hz.
AUDIO
German + Nicam Stereo
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER (WRMS.) (10% THD)
2x6
POWER CONSUMPTION (W)
135 W (max)
< 0,5 W (Standby)
PANEL
16:9 display, 32” (80 cm) Screen Size
DIMENSIONS (mm)
DxLxH (With foot): 205,5 x 772,91 x 521,90
Weight (Kg): 10,70
DxLxH (Without foot): 39 x 772,91 x 489,68
Weight (Kg): 9,15

MHEG-5 ENGINE compliant with


Object carousel support compliant wi
Frequency range: 474
170-862 MH
Digital
Reception Transmission standard:
Demodulation: COFD
FEC: all
15 Video: MP@M
Audio: MPEG Lay
English - 39 -
LC-32LE140

INTRODUCTION

0. INTRODUCTION

17MB62 mainboard is driven by MStar SOC. This IC is capable of handling Video and
audio processing, Scaling-Display processing, 3D comb filter, OSD and text processing,
LVDS transmitting, channel and MPEG2/4 decoding, integrated DVB-T/C demodulator
and media center functionality.

TV supports PAL, SECAM, NTSC colour standards and multiple transmission standards
as B/G, D/K, I/I’, and L/L’ including German and NICAM stereo. Also DVB T, DVB-C are
supported internal demoulators of Mstar IC and DVB-S/S2 is supported with externall
demodulator.

Sound system output is supplying max. 2x2,5W ( less 10%THD at max output) with 4Ω
speakers or 2x6W for stereo 8Ω speakers.

Supported peripherals are:

1 RF input VHF I, VHF III, UHF @ 75Ohm(Common)


1 Side AV (CVBS, R/L_Audio)
1 SCART socket(Common)
1 YPbPr (Optional)
1 PC input(Common)
2 HDMI 1.3 input(1 HDMI input is common, 1 input is optional)
1 S/PDIF output(Optional)
1 Headphone(Optional)
1 Common interface(Common)
1 USB(Common)
1 DVD(Optional)
1 On-board Keypad(Optional)
1 External Keypad(Optional)
1 External TouchPad(Optional)

16
LC-32LE140

0.1 General Block Diagram


.1. General Block Diagram

17
LC-32LE140

0.2. MB62 Placement of Blocks

YPbPr SAV HP
USB Keypad
Sat
Demod Nand
Flash
(U162) Speaker
Satellite Tuner Con.
CI Connector
0.2 MB62 Placement of Blocks

Tuner(T3
)

SCART

18
Connec
Main IC
External tor
Keyboard (U5)
Touchboard HDMI VGA
Connectors Led
Con

DVD
Connector DDR2
LVDS SPI Inv.
RAM Adapter DC Con
(U155) Flash
Connectors Input SPDIF
Out
Power Connector
LC-32LE140

CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS

1. TUNER(TU3)
A horizontal mounted and Digital Half-Nim tuner is used in the product, which covers 3
Bands(From 48MHz to 862MHz for COFDM, from 45.25MHz to 863.25MHz for CCIR CH).
The tuning is available through the digitally controlled I2C bus (PLL). Below you will find
info about the tuner.

In active antenna option, the following circuit are used. ANT_CTRL pin is controlled by
microcontroller. If ANT_CTRL is low, ANT_PWR will be low. If ANT_CTRL is high,
ANT_PWR will be high.

OVER_CUR_DETECT pin is a monitor for short circuit in antenna. OVER_CUR_DETECT


is low, ANT_CTRL will be low, so ANT_PWR will be low. Finally, short circuit protection is
done by circuits and microcontroller.

1.1. General description of Sony RE216:


The SUT-RE216 is designed for terrestrial TV (digital & analog) and digital cable
reception. It includes a full band tuner and a channel filtering for digital signals. It provides
a low IF output after channel filtering to drive a channel demodulator. Tuning, band
switching and initialization are made via an I2C bus
interface. The module is built on a low-loss printed
circuit board carrying all the components in a metal
housing frame with top and rear covers. The single
aerial connector is mounted on one frame side and all
other connections are made via pins at the bottom.

Features:

 Full frequency range from 47 to 870 Mhz


 Digital Platform (DVB-T/T2, DVB-C, ISDB-T & ATSC)
 Analog platforms (PAL B/G/I/D/K, NTSC M & SECAM L/L’)
 Low IF tuner concept

19
LC-32LE140

 Programmable channel Filter bandwidth



 Fully I2C bus controlled
Programmable channel Filter bandwidth

 For Hybrid TV controlled
Fully I2C bus applications
 For Hybrid TV applications

---Pinning Table

and Application Block Diagram of Tuner---

20 AZAD2102(U163, U164)
2. AUDIO AMPLIFIER STAGE WITH
2.1. General Description
LC-32LE140

and Application Block Diagram of Tuner---

2. AUDIO AMPLIFIER STAGE WITH AZAD2102(U163, U164)


2.1. General Description
17MB62 uses two 2,5W Class D Mono Audio Amplifers for from 16” to 24” TVs.
AZAD2102B is a 2.9 Watts (max. can offer 3.0 Watts @ Load = 3Ω,THD=10%,
AVdd=DVdd=5.5Volt)with high efficiency filter-free class-D audio power amplifier in a
1613 mm x 1613 mm wafer chip scale package (WCSP). AZAD2102B uses Current-
switch technology to achieve high performance class-d amplifier that features 0.03%
THD, 85% efficiency, –70 dB PSRR, to improve RF-rectification immunity.

AZAD2102B provide a Vibration-Spectrum modulation clock for PWM Output. This


vibration frequency is around 10KHZ shift (+/- 5KHZ of Fpwm).

The advantage of the small size package (WCSP) makes AZAD2102B very suitable for
mobile phone and PDA device application. And the Class-D amplifier structure let
AZAD2102B to have highly efficiency power consumption than Class-AB amplifier.
AZAD2102B can shrink the application board, reduce system cost, and external
components.

ESD level protection I/O embedded in AZAD2102B. For general applications, doesn’t
need to add extra ESD protection device (like Varistors) in application system for
AZAD2102B’s I/O.
2.2. Features
 CMOS Technology
 High Efficiency 85%
 High PSRR 70dB at 217Hz
 Differential OP-amp Input
 AZAD2102B provides Vibration-Spectrum Modulation clock for reduce EMI
 Provide Mute function(set Mute_B to GND will go into Mute status)
 For the input stage AZAD2102B built-in a 10Kohm resistors (Gain setting=29.5dB)
 Maximum Battery Life and Minimum Heat
 Efficiency With an 8-Ω Speaker:
 3.5 mA Quiescent Current
 Output Power at 10% THD
 2.85Watts at AVdd=DVdd=5.0Volt, Rload=4Ω
 1.45Watts at AVdd=DVdd=3.6Volt, Rload=4Ω
 0.30Watts at AVdd=DVdd=3.0Volt, Rload=4Ω
 1.75Watts at AVdd=DVdd=5.5Volt, Rload=8Ω
 0.87Watts at AVdd=DVdd=3.6Volt, Rload=8Ω
 0.41Watts at AVdd=DVdd=3.0Volt, Rload=8Ω
 Eliminate Power on and Power-off “Pop” noise
 A Fewer External Components
 Optimized PWM Output Stage Eliminates LC Output Filter
 Internally generate 290 kHz Switching Frequency to eliminate Capacitor and
Resistor
 Improve PSRR (–70 dB) and Wide Supply Voltage (3.0 V to 5.5 V)
 Fully Differential Design Reduces RF Rectification
 This chip has been built-in a very strong ESD protection.
 System level ESD 4KV (IEC 61000-4-2 ESD Contact Level)
 Wafer Chip Scale Package (WCSP)
 TSSOP Package with Exposed Pad

21
LC-32LE140

2.3. Absolute Ratings

2.3.1. Electrical Characteristics

22
LC-32LE140

2.3.2. Operating Specifications

2.4. Pinning

23
3. AUDIO AMPLIFIER STAGE WITH TPA3113(U168)
LC-32LE140

3. AUDIO AMPLIFIER STAGE WITH TPA3113(U168)


3.1. General Description
17MB62 uses a 6W Class D Mono Audio Amplifers for from 26” to 32” TVs. The
TPA3113D2 is a 6-W (per channel) efficient, Class-D audio power amplifier for driving
bridged-tied stereo speakers. Advanced EMI Suppression Technology enables the use of
inexpensive ferrite bead filters at the outputs while meeting EMC requirements.
SpeakerGuard™ speaker protection circuitry includes an adjustable power limiter and a
DC detection circuit. The adjustable power limiter allows the user to set a "virtual" voltage
rail lower than the chip supply to limit the amount of current through the speaker. The DC
detect circuit measures the frequency and amplitude of the PWM signal and shuts off the
output stage if the input capacitors are damaged or shorts exist on the inputs.

The TPA3113D2 can drive stereo speakers as low as 4 Ω. The high efficiency of the
TPA3113D2, 87%, eliminates the need for an external heat sink when
playing music.

The outputs are also fully protected against shorts to GND, VCC, and output-to-output.
The short-circuit protection and thermal protection includes an auto-recovery feature.
3.2. Features
 6-W/ch into an 8-Ω Loads at 10% THD+N From a 10-V Supply
 12-W into a 4-Ω Mono Load at 10% THD+N From a 10-V Supply
 87% Efficient Class-D Operation Eliminates Need for Heat Sinks
 Wide Supply Voltage Range Allows Operation from 8 V to 26 V
 Filter-Free Operation
 SpeakerGuard™ Speaker Protection Includes Adjustable Power Limiter plus DC
Protection
 Flow Through Pin Out Facilitates Easy Board Layout
 Robust Pin-to-Pin Short Circuit Protection and Thermal Protection with Auto
Recovery Option
 Excellent THD+N / Pop-Free Performance
 Four Selectable, Fixed Gain Settings
 Differential inputs

3.3. Absolute Ratings

3.3.1. Electrical Characteristics

24
LC-32LE140

3.3.2
3.3.2. Operating Specifications
Operating Specifications

3.4. Pinning

25
60R C1007
60R C1081 C997 C1005 C1070 100nF
10uF 100nF 100nF 100nF 16V
6V3 16V 16V 16V
LC-32LE140 AVSS_PGA

F271

F295
A3V3_STBY AVDD_3V3

1k
60R C1030 C1024 C1025 C1022
10uF 100nF 100nF 100nF
6V3 16V 16V 16V 60R 402 ferrite secilecek

F305
F272 2V5_VCC AVDD2V

4. POWER STAGE
1V8_VCC AVDD_DDR C1028 1k C1009 C1223
60R C990 100nF 100nF 10uF 100nF 100nF
22uF 6V3 16V 16V
6V3 16V 16V
F306
C1004 C1001 AVDD2V
The DC voltages required at various parts of the chassis and panel are provided1k
byC1008
a
100nF
C1224
100nF
main power supply unit.3V3_VCC
MB62 chassis can operate
F270
VDD_3V3
with IPS60, IPS16, IPS17, PW26,
F307 16V 16V
AVDD2V
PW27 as main power supply and60Ralso with
C1029 12V
C1014 adaptor. 1k C1221

ìò ĞÑÉÛÎ ÍÌßÙÛ 10uF


6V3
100nF
16V F308
100nF
16V
B
CN706 is used for IPS60, IPS16 and IPS17 and CN1 is used for PW26 and PW27.
1k
AVDD2V
C1222 C1225
100nF 100nF
̸» Üİ ª±´¬¿¹»­ ®»¯«·®»¼ ¿¬ ª¿®·±«­ °¿®¬­ ±º ¬¸» ½¸¿­­·­ ¿²¼ °¿²»´ ¿®» °®±ª·¼»¼ 16V
¾§ ¿ 16V

³¿·² °±©»® ­«°°´§ «²·¬ò ÓŞêî ½¸¿­­·­ ½¿² ±°»®¿¬» ©·¬¸ ×ĞÍêğô ×ĞÍïêô ×ĞÍïéô ĞÉîêô
ĞÉîé ¿­ ³¿·² °±©»® ­«°°´§ ¿²¼ ¿´­± ©·¬¸ ïîÊ ¿¼¿°¬±®ò
POWER SOCKET
22uF
16V

İÒéğê ·­ «­»¼ º±® ×ĞÍêğô ×ĞÍïê ¿²¼ ×ĞÍïé ·­ «­»¼ º±® ĞÉîê ¿²¼ ĞÉîé,17PW80,17PW07ò
C7

20 19

3V3_VCC 18 17 3V3_VCC

3V3_STBY 16 15 VDD_AUDIO_PWR

12V_VCC/STBY 14 13 12V_VCC/STBY
C
5V_VCC 12 11 5V_VCC

12V_VCC/STBY 10 9 5V_STBY

22uF
16V

C6
8 7 DIMMING

6 5 BACKLIGHT_ON/OFF

4 3 STBY_ON/OFF
S7
2 1

CN706 S8
VDD_AUDIO_PWR
MEGA_DCR_OUT
JK9 is used for the adapter option and also CN705 inverter socket or DB32 chassis with
CN706 is used to supply backlight. NC

S17
D
S16
BACKLIGHT_DIM

S18
MEGA_DCR_IN

NC
ÖÕç ·­ «­»¼ º±® ¬¸» ¿¼¿°¬»® ±°¬·±² ¿²¼ ¿´­±S10İÒéğë ·²ª»®¬»® ­±½µ»¬ ±® ÜŞíî ½¸¿­­·­ ©·¬¸
12V_VCC/STBY
İÒéğê ·­ «­»¼ ¬± ­«°°´§ ¾¿½µ´·¹¸¬ò 12V_VCC

S19
12V_STBY

3V3_VCC

S21
12V_VCC/STBY 12V_VCC
The power supplies Egenerate 18V, 12V, 5V, 3,3V and 12V, 5V, stand by mode DC
S22
voltages. Power stage which is on-chassis generates 5V, 3V3 stand by voltage and 12V,
12V_STBY 5V_VCC

8V, 5V, 3V3, 2.5V, 1,8V and 1,2V supplies for other different parts of the chassis. Chassis
12V_VCC
block diagram is indicated below.

̸» °±©»® ­«°°´·»­ ¹»²»®¿¬» ïèÊô ïîÊô ëÊô íôíÊ ¿²¼ ïîÊô ëÊô ­¬¿²¼ ¾§ ³±¼» Üİ
ª±´¬¿¹»­ò б©»® ­¬¿¹» ©¸·½¸ ·­ ±²ó½¸¿­­·­ ¹»²»®¿¬»­ ëÊô íÊí ­¬¿²¼ ¾§ ª±´¬¿¹» ¿²¼ ïîÊô
èÊô ëÊô íÊíô îòëÊô ïôèÊ ¿²¼ ïôîÊ ­«°°´·»­ º±® ±¬¸»® ¼·ºº»®»²¬ °¿®¬­ ±º ¬¸» ½¸¿­­·­ò ݸ¿­­·­
¾´±½µ ¼·¿¹®¿³ ·­ ·²¼·½¿¬»¼ ¾»´±©ò
F

PANEL_VCC_ON/OFF

1 26 2 3
LC-32LE140
6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6
ADAPTER SOCKET FS3
W_ADAPTER 1 2
12V_STBY

TP239
!
5 7A/32VDC

POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM


W/ADAPTOR
4 FS2
1 2
12V_INV
1

3 7A/32VDC
JK9
4

6
A

TP243
12V_S

DC/DC1
FDC604P
2

Q1
1
SW1 C1038 SW2
A

1
1
TP243

TP36 F9 100nF 5V_VCC


12V_STBY 12V_VCC U174
3

1
1 2

12V_VCC C1112 5V_STBY


MP1583

6
60R 10nF DC-DC4
2

16V
F287 0R 1 BS 8
1

16V SS R1972

FDC604P
2 IN EN 7

1
12V_STBY

Q198
1 2 2 1
12V_STBY 10k R1709

C1047

220nF

R1729
3 SW COMP 6

33k
60R
C1091 C1092 C1037 R1690 3k9
1 2
25V
22uF 100nF 4 GND DC FB 5 1V2_VCC 1 2
4

22uF

1
1 2
10k
1

5n6F
16V 16V 16V
DC-DC1 DC

2
R1722
FDC642P

50V
5V_VCC

1
NC C1130 1
47R
2
Q2

CCFL INVERTER SOCKET

R1737

R1728
DC 5V_STBY
4

33k

1k
F7
3

1 2
5V_VCC
DC 60R
FDC604P

CN705
B SW2 L118 F6
Q198

3
1 2
1 12V_INV 1 2
5V_STBY R1698
1 TP37 15uH C1102 C1103 5V_VCC 60R MOSFET_CONTROL
2
10k 1 2
Q184
BC848B

2
2 22uF 22uF
LDO2

D197

SS33
16V 16V
1

3
DC-DC2 3V3_TUN
722 INVERTER SOCKET W/ADAPTER

1
1 TP39
LDO
3

2
4
7R S1
5 DIMMING DC 3V3_STBY
6
S6
BACKLIGHT_ON/OFF DC
SW3
1

W/ADAPTOR & W/IPS16&17&60&PW25


3V3_VCC
TP45
TP46

B
C
SW1
DC-DC3
DC/DC2 SW3

C1036
100nF
FS5

TP238

10V
1 2
12V_VCC F10 30068939
8B 12V_STBY 7A/32VDC 12V_VCC
1 2

C1114 DC 1 BS
1V8_VCC 3V3_STBY
SS 8
4

60R 2

1
4A 10nF
F286 16V
1
DC U23 R1689
FDC642P

1
2 IN EN 7
1

1
12V_STBY
Q200

1 2 2 1
12V_STBY 10k
C1049

220nF

R1732

C1048

220nF

R1731
2

2
25V

33k

25V

33k
60R C1089 C1090 MP1484 C1129 R1708
3 SW COMP 6
22uF 22uF LDO1 5k6
1

1
1 2

16V 16V 3N3 R3


2

2
R1724 5n6F R1723
4 GND FB 5 2V5_VCC
3

1
47R
2

50V 6k8 1
47R
2

LDO
1
R1733

R1730
33k

10k
for 3v3 Panel Sup.

R1735

TP244
22k
L123 NC F12
1 2
2

1 2
3V3_VCC
15uH 60R
3 3

R1692 L16 F11 R1697

1
Q182 Q183
D
The blocks on power block diagram is using dependent to main supply. For PW26 and PW27
2 1 2 2

MOSFET_CONTROL
2
10k
1
3V3_STBY MOSFET_CONTROL
2
10k 1

BC848B 10uH 60R BC848B


C1096 C1097
1 1
22uF 22uF
6V3 6V3

just common blocjs are enough for proper operation


7&60&PW25&PW06 COMMON
SW3 FS4
C
DC/DC4
E 1 LDO12 3
DC/DC3
1

4 3V3_VCC
2

5 6 7

C1035
100nF
10V
R1738 R1769
3V3_STBY
ADAPTER SOCKET U175 3V3_STBY 7A/32VDC 20k 100k
30068939
4

LM1117 C1113
F303 FS3 2
1 BS SS 8

1
W_ADAPTER 12V_STBY
10nF
3 IN OUT 2
1 2
C1107
2A U173
1 2 1

5V_VCC 2V5_VCC R1770 F273 16V R1691

!
TP241
TP239

7A/32VDC 6 EN FB 1 2 IN EN 7
FDC604P

5 60R 150k
1 2
12V_VCC
POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM
2 1
C1033 12V_VCC 10k
C1080

100uF

GND VOUT
1
1

2
6V3

U176 60R MP1484


Q197

22uF C1131 R1710

W/ADAPTOR
150K C1085 C1084 5V_V
R1721

FS2 1uF
C1048

220nF

R1731

100R

4 1 4 5 VIN
6V3
12V_INV GND 2 10UH 22uF 22uF 3 SW COMP 6 1
3k9
2
2

1 2
6V3
2

25V

33k
1

1 2

7A/32VDC F291 MP2012 L116 16V 16V R1686


1

JK9 3 5n6F
SW1
4

A 3V3_VCC 1 2 4 PVIN SW 3 1V8_VCC 4 GND FB 5 39k


1

TP243

12V_STBY 50V 12V_VCC

DC/DC1 10uH
Q1 1

60R
FDC604P

2 1
100R 2 R1768 DC-DC4
R1720 C1093 C1094 C1101 C1098 1k
SW2
2

1 R1723 22uF 22uF C1038 22uF 22uF DC 1V2_VCC

TP231
3

6V3 6V3 6V3 6V3 DC-DC1 DC


R1736
TP36 1 2 F9 100nF 5V_VCC
47R 12V_VCC U174
22k
3

1 2

C1112 5V_STBY
NC MP1583 DC 5V_STBY
4

60R 10nF
2

16V
S89 F287 0R 16V 1 BS 1
SS 8
R1972 L117 DC
6 FDC604P

STBY_ON/OFF
1
2 IN 7 SW2
1

12V_STBY
Q198

1 2
EN
1

7 R2 2

R3 3
5 R4 4

2 1
12V_STBY 10k R1709
R1730

C1047

220nF

R1729

1V2_VCC
R1979

3 SW 6 5V_VCC
2

33k

60R
100R

C1091 C1092 C1037 COMP R1690 3k9


1 2
25V 10uH
10k

R1

1 2

22uF 100nF 4 GND 5 C1087 C1086


4

S83 22uF FB
1

1 2
10k 5n6F
F STBY_ON/OFF_NOT MOSFET_CONTROL
16V 16V 16V 22uF DC-DC2
22uF
2

R1722
FDC642P

50V
38

6V3 6V3
NC C1130 1
47R
2
Q2

DC 3V3_STBY
DC
CCFL INVERTER SOCKET
R1737

R1728

C1217

10nF

SW3
33k

50V
1k

F7
3V3_VCC
3

1 2
5V_VCC
3 60R
CN705
B R1697 L118
1
F6
2
3
DC-DC3
1 12V_INV 1 2
5V_STBY R1698
Q183 15uH C1102 60R Q184
D
2
2
10k 1 2
TP37 C1103 10k
MOSFET_CONTROL
2 1
1
MOSFET_CONTROL
BC848B DC
2

2 22uF 22uF
BC848B
D197

SS33

16V 16V
1 DC
1 2 3 4 5 6
For IPS16, IPS17, IPS60 below blocks must work properly
3
INVERTER SOCKET W/ADAPTER 1 LDO1
1

1 TP39
4
S1 LDO
5 DIMMING
S6
6 BACKLIGHT_ON/OFF
1

W/ADAPTOR & W/IPS16&17&60&PW25&PW06


TP45
TP46

C
SW1 DC/DC2 SW3
C1036
100nF

FS5 FS4
TP238

10V

1 2
12V_VCC F10 30068939
1 2
3V3_VCC
1 2

12V_STBY 7A/32VDC 12V_VCC C1114 3V3_STBY 7A/32VDC


1 BS SS 8
4

60R 2
2

4A 10nF
2A
U23
1

F286 16V R1689


FDC642P

FDC604P
1

2 IN EN 7
1

12V_STBY
Q200

Q197

1 2 2 1
12V_STBY 10k
C1049

220nF

R1732

C1048

220nF

R1731
2

2
25V

33k

25V

33k

60R C1089 C1090 MP1484 C1129 R1708


22uF 22uF 3 SW COMP 6 5k6
1

1 2

16V 16V 3N3 R3


2

R1724 5n6F R1723


4 GND FB 5
3

1
47R
2

50V 6k8 1
47R
2

/DC4
1
R1733

R1730
33k

10k

for 3v3 Panel Sup.


R1735

TP244
22k

L123 NC F12
1 2
2

1 2
3V3_VCC
15uH 60R
3 3

R1692 L16 F11 R1697


1

Q182 Q183
D
2 1 2 2

MOSFET_CONTROL
2
10k
1
3V3_STBY MOSFET_CONTROL
2
10k 1

BC848B 10uH 60R BC848B


C1096 C1097

LDO2 E
C1035
100nF

1 1
22uF 22uF
6V3 6V3
10V

939

SS 8
2

73 R1691
U2 AP211H
LM1117
484
EN 7

COMP 6
2
10k
C1131 R1710
12V_VCC

1
1

For adopter case also 2


3 COMMON
5V_VCC below blocks are INnecessary
OUT 2
1
F300

330R
2

DC/DC4
3V3_TUNER
3k9 C1212
C1079

ADJ VOUT C1034


DC/DC3
22uF

1 2
6V3

E 5n6F R1686
LDO1 22uF 100nF
LDO2
C1035
100nF

FB 5 39k 1 4 6V3
1

10V 30068939
10V

R1738 R1769
50V U175
LM1117
3V3_STBY 20k 100k C1113
1 BS SS 8
R1768 3 IN
2

F303
2

10nF
5V_VCC
1
OUT 2
2

2V5_VCC C1107 R1770 F273 16V


1

U173 R1691
U2 AP211H
TP241

6 EN LM1117
60R FB 1 2 IN EN 7
1k 12V_VCC
1 2

C1033 150k 12V_VCC


2
10k
1
F300
C1080

100uF

GND VOUT

27
1

3 IN OUT 2
2
6V3

22uF U176 60R C1085 C1084 MP1484 C1131 R1710 5V_VCC


1 2

150K
R1721

1uF
100R

1 4 6V3 5 VIN GND 2 10UH


100R 22uF 22uF 3 SW COMP 6 3k9
1 2 330R C1212
2

C1079

6V3 ADJ VOUT


22uF

1 2
TP231

6V3

L116 1 2
F291 MP2012 16V 16V R1686 22uF
1

5n6F
3V3_VCC 1 2 4 PVIN SW 3 R25
1V8_VCC 4 GND FB 5 39k 1 4 6V3
1
R1736

60R 10uH 50V


100R R1768
22k

1 2

R1720 C1093 C1094 C1101 C1098 1k


22uF 22uF 22uF 22uF 100R
1

TP231

1 2

6V3 6V3 6V3 6V3 R25


R1736
00R

22k
24

NC
1
1

S89
00R
24

STBY_ON/OFF L117
1
LC-32LE140
3 4 5 6

12V_STBY

12V_INV

W/ADAPTOR

TP243
12V_STB

DC/DC1
C1038 SW2

1
F9 100nF 5V_VCC
1 2 U174
12V_VCC C1112 5V_STBY
MP1583

6
60R
6 7 8
2

10nF 16V
F287 0R 16V 1 1
BS SS 8
R1972

FDC604P
2 7

1
12V_STBY

Q198
1 2

12V_STBY IN EN 2
10k
1
R1709

C1047

220nF

R1729
3 6

33k
60R
C1091 C1092 C1037 SW COMP R1690 3k9
1 2
25V
1 2

22uF 22uF 100nF 4 GND FB 5

1
1 2
10k 5n6F
16V 16V 16V

2
50V R1722

1
C1130 1
47R
2
M12
N12
P12
R12
D13
E13
F13
G13
H13
J13
K13
L13
M13
N13
P13
R13
D14
E14

L14
M14
N14
P14
R14
D15

33k K15

GND65 L15
GND66 M15
GND67 N15
GND68 P15
GND69 R15
GND70 D16
GND71 K16
GND72 L16
GND73 M16
GND74 D17
GND75 K17
GND76 L17
GND77 M17
GND78 K18
GND79 L18
GND80 M18

GND87 D18
GND81 W2
GND82 W3
GND83 V4
GND841k V5
GND85 V6

GND86 D9
R1737

R1728
F7
GND40
GND41
GND42
GND43
GND44
GND45
GND46
GND47
GND48
GND49
GND50
GND51
GND52
GND53
GND54
GND55
GND56
GND57

GND58
GND59
GND60
GND61
GND62
GND63

GND64
1 2
5V_VCC
60R
L118 F6 3
1 2
1 2
5V_STBY R1698
A
MSD9WB9PT-2

15uH C1102 C1103 60R MOSFET_CONTROL


2
10k 1 2
Q184
BC848B
2

22uF 22uF
D197

SS33

16V 16V
1
6

AVDD_CVBS33_0
AVDD_CVBS33_1
AVDD_ALIVE_2

/ADAPTER
U5

1
AVDD_DMPLL

AVDD_EAR33

AVDD_DDR_0
AVDD_DDR_1
AVDD_DDR_2
AVDD_DDR_3
AVDD_DDR_4
AVDD_AU33

G15 AVDD_LPLL

BYPASS
G16 VDDP0
G17 VDDP1

W/ADAPTOR & W/IPS16&17&60&PW25


E15
E16
E17
F16
F17
G8

G9

E9
F9

J8

H8

K9
Short CCT Protection Circuit
1uF

FS5 Short circuit protection is necessary for protecting chassis C974 and main IC against damages DC/DC2 6V3
SW3
C1036
100nF
VDD_3V3

AVDD_DDR
TP238

7A/32VDCwhen 12V_VCC
any Vcc60Rsupply shorts to1 ground.8 Protect pin should be logic high while normal
10V

1
12V_VCC
2
F10 30068939
AVDD_3V3

1 2

C1114 3V3_STBY
5

4
operation. When F286 there is16Va short circuit protect pin shold be logic low. After any short
2

BS SS
2

4A 10nF
U23
1

R1689
FDC642P

2 IN EN 7

1
detection, SW forcesC1089LEDsC1090
on LED card to blink.
12V_STBY
Q200

1 2 2 1
12V_STBY 10k

C1048

220nF

R1731
B

25V

33k
60R MP1484 C1129 R1708
3 6 22uF 22uF SW COMP 5k6

1
1 2

16V 16V 3N3 R3

2
5n6F R1723
4 GND FB 5
2

3
50V 6k8 1
47R
2

R1730
10k
for 3v3 Panel Sup.
R1735

TP244

R1649
22k

L123 NC F12
33k 3V3_VCC VDD_AUDIO_PWR
1 2 2 1
1 2

15uH 60R
3
2

L16 F11 R1697


10k
1

BAW56

Q183
D185

1 2 2
1
3V3_STBY
2
MOSFET_CONTROL
2
10k 1

10uH
C1096 C1097 60R R1631 BC848B
SHORT CCT PROTECTION
3
1
22uF 22uF R1727
6V3 6V3 2
33k 12V_VCC 1
1

R1750
22k
3V3_STBY
3V3_VCC
2

R1635
BAW56
D186

COMMON
2 1
10k 3
PROTECT

5V_VCC C
1

DC/DC4
TP202

3V3_TUNER
DC/DC3
2

1
C1035
100nF

R1636 ADAPTOR OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION


BAW56
D184

10V

R1738 R1769 Q180 30068939


1
10k
2
R40
1

3V3_STBY 20k 100k BC858B 2 3


C1113 2
1 BS 20k
SS 8 12V_STBY
2

10nF
C C1107 R1770 3
F273 16V
1

U173R21 R1691
Q178
1

C971
TP241

6 EN 2FB
1 3
150k
1 2 2 IN EN 7 2
12V_VCC
1
12V_VCC 10k
100nF
U176 R1638
150K 2 R20
60R C1085 C1084 MP148410k C1131 R1710 5V_VCC
1uF 5 2 10UH 3 SW COMP 6
1 2
VIN10V GND 22uF3V3_STBY
1 1 2
6V3 10k 10k 22uF 1 2 3k9
1 2

F291 MP2012 L116 16V 16V 3 R1686


1

4 PVIN 5n6F
3V3_VCC SW 3 BC848B 1V8_VCC U7 4 VCC FB 5
1 2
2

1 GND 50V 39k


60R 10uH Q211
R1639

3
LM809 RST GND R1768
10k

C1093 C1094 C1101 C1098 1k


22uF 22uF 22uF 22uF 2
R1973 2 1
TP231

6V3 6V3 6V3 6V3


R1736

100R
1

22k

BC848B
1

L117
1
1

7 R2 2

6 R3 3

5 R4 4

1V2_VCC
R1979
100R

10uH
R1

C1087 C1086
ET_CONTROL 22uF 22uF
8

6V3 6V3
D
LNB CIRCUIT
C1217

10nF
50V

1N4001

C70 10V C69 D7


470nF 220uF 1uF
3 25V 4 C65 50V 5 6
28
R42
2k2
4k7
R41

15nF C68
SK24
D8

50V

L2 27 V_UP VO_TX 22
LC-32LE140

4.1. Power Management

---MB62 Power Management with Adaptor---

---MB62 Power Management with PW25/ PW26---

29
LC-32LE140

---MB62 Power Management with IPS16/IPS17/IPS60/PW05---

---MB62 Power Management with PW03/PW04/PW07---

30
LC-32LE140

5. MICROCONTROLLER – MSTAR(U5)
5.1. Description

MSD9WB9PT-2 (Main IC) (U5)

The MSD9WB9PT-2 is MStar’s most up-to-date system-on-chip solution for flat panel
integrated digital television products. Building on the success of MStar’s preceding SOC
series, the MSD9WB9PT-2 provides most cost-effective solution for DTV application with
creative and attractive features exclusively presented by MStar.
The MSD9WB9PT-2 integrates DTV/multi-media all-purpose AV decoder, DVB-T
demodulator, VIF demodulator, and Sound/Video processor into a single device. This
allows the overall BOM to be reduced significantly making the MSD9WB9PT-2 a very
competitive multi-media DTV solution. For ATV users, the MSD9WB9PT-2 provides multi-
standard analog TV support with adaptive 3D video decoding and VBI data extraction.
The build-in audio decoder is capable of decoding FM, AM, NICAM, A2, BTSC and EIA-J
sound standards. The MSD9WB9PT-2 supplies all the necessary A/V inputs and outputs
to complete a receiver design including a multi-port HDMI receiver and component video
ADC. All input selection multiplexed for video and audio are integrated, including full
SCART support with CVBS output. The equipped MStar MACE-5 color engine is the
latest masterpiece from
MStar famous color engine series providing excellent video and picture quality in Full-HD
and large-scale displaying system.
To meet the increasingly popular energy legislative requirements without the use of
additional hardware, the MSD9WB9PT-2 has an ultra low power standby mode during
which an embedded MCU can act upon standby events and wake up the system as
required.

The MSD9WB9PT-2 is composed of several modules:

High Performance Micro-processor


 Ultra high speed/performance 32-bit RISC CPU
 One full duplex UARTs
 Supports USB and ISP programming
 DMA Engine
Transport Stream De-multiplexer
 Supports parallel and serial TS interface, with or without sync signal
 Supports TS input and output for external CI module
 Maximum TS data rate is 104 Mb/sec for serial or 16 MB/sec for parallel
 32 general purpose PID filters and section filters for each transport stream de-
multiplexer
 Supports additional audio/video/PCR filters
 Supports TS DMA channel for time-shift
 Supports 3DES/DES and AES encryption/decryption
MPEG-2 Video Decoder
 ISO/IEC 13818-2 MPEG-2 video MP@HL
 Automatic frame rate conversion
 Supports resolution up to HDTV (1080i, 720p) and SDTV

31
LC-32LE140

MPEG-4 Video Decoder


 ISO/IEC 14496-2 MPEG-4 ASP video decoding
 Supports resolutions up to HDTV (1080p@30fps)
 Supports DivX1 Home Theater & HD profilesOptional
 Supports VC-1Optional, FLV video format decoding
Hardware JPEG
 Supports sequential mode, single scan
 Supports both color and grayscale pictures
 Following the file header scan the hardware decoder fully handles the decode
process
 Supports programmable Region of Interest (ROI)
 Supports formats: 422/411/420/444/422T
 Supports scaling down ratios: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8
 Supports picture rotation
NTSC/PAL/SECAM Video Decoder
 Supports NTSC-M, NTSC-J, NTSC-4.43, PAL (B,
 D, G, H, M, N, I, Nc), and SECAM standards
 Automatic standard detection
 Motion adaptive 3D comb filter
 Five configurable CVBS & Y/C S-video inputs
 Supports Teletext, Closed Caption (analog CC 608/ analog CC 708/digital CC
608/digital CC
708), V-chip and SCTE
Multi-Standard TV Sound Processor
 SIF audio decoding
 Supports BTSC/A2/EIA-J demodulation
 Supports NICAM/FM/AM demodulation
 Supports MTS Mode Mono/Stereo/SAP in BTSC/ EIA-J mode
 Supports Mono/Stereo/Dual in A2/NICAM mode
 Built-in audio sampling rate conversion (SRC)
 Audio processing for loudspeaker channel, including volume, balance, mute, tone,
EQ,virtual stereo/surround and treble/bass controls
 Advanced sound processing options available,for example: SRS1, BBE2,
QSound3, Audyssey4
 Supports digital audio format decoding:
MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (Layer I/II), MP3, Dolby Digital (AC-3), AAC-LC
SupportsOptional Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby mPulse, and MS10 multistream
decoder, including Dolby Digital Encoder for transcoding streams to Dolby Digital
5.1 (DDCO)
 Supports MPEG Audio, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus format AD (Audio
Description)
 Supports PVR and time-shifting
Audio Interface
 One SIF audio input interface with minimal external saw filters
 Four L/R audio line-inputs
 Two L/R outputs for main speakers and additional line-outputs
 Supports stereo headphone driver

32
LC-32LE140

 I2S digital audio input & output


 S/PDIF digital
I2S digital audioaudio
inputoutput
& output
 HDMI audio channel processing
S/PDIF digital audio output
 Programmable HDMI audio channeldelay processing
for audio/video synchronization
Analog RGB Compliant Input Port
 Programmable delay for audio/video synchronization
Analog  Three RGB analog
Compliant ports support
Input Port up to 1080P
 Supports PC RGB input
Three analog ports support up to
upSXGA@75Hz
to 1080P
 Supports HDTV RGB/YPbPr/YCbCr
Supports PC RGB input up to SXGA@75Hz
 Supports
Supports Composite Sync and SOG Sync-on-Green
HDTV RGB/YPbPr/YCbCr
 Automatic color calibration
Supports Composite Sync and SOG Sync-on-Green
AV-link support
 Automatic color calibration
Analogue RGB Auto-Configuration & Detection
 AV-link support
 AutoRGB
Analogue inputAuto-Configuration
signal format and mode detection
& Detection
 Auto-tuning function
Auto input signal including
format phasing,
and mode positioning, offset, gain, and jitter detection
detection
 Sync Detection for H/V Sync
Auto-tuning function including phasing, positioning, offset, gain, and jitter detection
DVI/HDCP/HDMI Compliant Input Port
 Sync Detection for H/V Sync
 Two HDMI/DVI
DVI/HDCP/HDMI Input ports
Compliant Input Port
 HDMI 1.3 Compliant
Two HDMI/DVI Input ports
 HDCP 1.1Compliant
HDMI 1.3 Compliant
 225MHz @ 1080P 60Hz input with 12-bit Deep-color support
HDCP 1.1 Compliant
 CEC support
225MHz @ 1080P 60Hz input with 12-bit Deep-color support
 Single link
CEC support DVI 1.0 compliant
 Robust receiver
Single link DVI 1.0with excellent long-cable support
compliant
 Robust receiver with excellent long-cable support
MStar Advanced Color Engine (MStarACE-5)
 10/12-bit
MStar Advancedinternal data processing
Color Engine (MStarACE-5)
 Fully
10/12-bit internal data processing scaling engine
programmable multi-function
Nonlinear video scaling supports various modes including Panorama
 Fully programmable multi-function scaling engine
Supports dynamic scaling for VC-1
Nonlinear video scaling supports various modes including Panorama
 High-Quality DTV
Supports video processor
dynamic scaling for VC-1
3D motion video deinterlacer with motion object stabilizer
 High-Quality DTV video processor
Edge-oriented deinterlacer with edge and artifact smoother
3D motion video deinterlacer with motion object stabilizer
Automatic 3:2/2:2/M:N pull-down detection and recovery
Edge-oriented deinterlacer with edge and artifact smoother
3D multi-purpose noise reduction for DTV or lousy air/cable input
Automatic 3:2/2:2/M:N pull-down detection and recovery
MPEG artifact removal including de-blocking and mosquito noise reduction
3D multi-purpose noise reduction for DTV or lousy air/cable input
Arbitrary frame rate conversion
MPEG artifact removal including de-blocking and mosquito noise reduction
 MStar A Professional
rbitrary framePicture Enhancement:
rate conversion
Dynamic brilliant and fresh color
 MStar Professional Picture Enhancement:
Dynamic Blue Stretch
Dynamic brilliant and fresh color
Intensified contrast and details
Dynamic Blue Stretch
Dynamic Vivid Skin
Intensified contrast and details
Dynamic sharpened Luma/Chroma edges
Dynamic Vivid Skin
Global and local dynamic depth of field perception
Dynamic sharpened Luma/Chroma edges
Accurate and independent color control
Global and local dynamic depth of field perception
Supports sRGB and xvYCC color processing
Accurate and independent color control
Supports HDMI 1.3 deep color format
Supports sRGB and xvYCC color processing
 Programmable Supports12-bit HDMIRGB gamma
1.3 deep CLUT
color format
 Programmable
Output Interface 12-bit RGB gamma CLUT
 Single/dual link 8/10-bit LVDS output
 Supports panel resolution up to Full-HD (1920x1080) @ 60Hz
 Supports TH/TI format
 Supports dithering options to 6/8-bit output
 Spread spectrum output for EMI suppression
33
CVBS Video Encoder
 Supports all NTSC/PAL TV Standard
Output Interface
LC-32LE140 Single/dual link 8/10-bit LVDS output
 Supports panel resolution up to Full-HD (1920x1080) @ 60Hz
Output Interface
 Supports TH/TI format
 Single/dual link 8/10-bit LVDS output
 Supports dithering options to 6/8-bit output
 Supports panel resolution up to Full-HD (1920x1080) @ 60Hz
 Spread spectrum output for EMI suppression
CVBS Supports TH/TI format
Video Encoder
 Supports
Supports dithering options
all NTSC/PAL TVtoStandard
6/8-bit output
Spread spectrum
 Stand-alone output for
scaling engine EMI suppression
CVBS Video Encoder
 Programmable Hue, Contract, Brightness
 Supports all NTSC/PAL TV Standard
 Supports TTX/CC/WSS output
CVBS  Stand-alone
Video Outputscaling engine
Programmable
 Allows Hue, Contract,
CVBS output Brightness
of all source inputs
Supports
2DGraphics TTX/CC/WSS output
Engine
CVBS Video Output
 Hardware Graphics Engine for responsive
Allows CVBS
 Interactive output of all source inputs
applications
2D Graphics Engine
 Supports point draw, line draw, rectangle draw/fill, text draw and trapezoid draw
 Hardware Graphics Engine for responsive
 BitBlt, stretch BitBlt, trapezoid BitBlt, mirror BitBlt and rotate BitBlt
 Interactive applications
 Raster Operation (ROP)
 Supports point draw, line draw, rectangle draw/fill, text draw and trapezoid draw
 Support Porter-Duff
BitBlt, stretch BitBlt, trapezoid BitBlt, mirror BitBlt and rotate BitBlt
VIF Demodulator
Raster Operation
 Compliant (ROP)
with NTSC M/N, PAL B, G/H, I, D/K,
Support Porter-Duff
 SECAM L/L' standards
VIF Demodulator
 Audio/Video dual-path processor
 Compliant with NTSC M/N, PAL B, G/H, I, D/K,
 Stepped-gain PGA with 25 dB tuning range and 1 dB tuning resolution
 SECAM L/L' standards
 Maximum IF gain of 37 dB
 Audio/Video dual-path processor
 Programmable TOP to accommodate different tuner gain and SAW filter insertion
Stepped-gain
 loss to PGA with 25 dB tuning range and 1 dB tuning resolution
 Maximum
optimize noise andoflinearity
IF gain 37 dB performance
Programmable processing
 Multi-standard TOP to accommodate different tuner gain and SAW filter insertion
with single SAW
loss to
 Supports silicon tuner low IF output architecture
optimize noise and linearity performance
 Multi-standard processing with single SAW
 Supports silicon tuner low IF output architecture
DVB-T Demodulator
 Digital carrier frequency offset correction: ±500KHz
 Optimised for SFN channels with pre/post-cursive echoes inside/outside the guard
DVB-T Demodulator
 Acquisition range ±857kHz includes up to 3x ±1/6 MHz transmitter offset
 Digital carrier frequency offset correction: ±500KHz
 Meets Nordig Unified 1.0.3, D-Book 5.0, EICTA E-Book/C-Book test requirement
 Optimised for SFN channels with pre/post-cursive echoes inside/outside the guard
 ±400kHz internal carrier offset recovery range
 Acquisition range ±857kHz includes up to 3x ±1/6 MHz transmitter offset
 6.8 usecs echo cancellation at 7 Msym/s
 Meets Nordig Unified 1.0.3, D-Book 5.0, EICTA E-Book/C-Book test requirement
 Supports IF, low-IF, zero-IF inputs
 ±400kHz internal carrier offset recovery range
 Ultra-fast automatic blind UHF/VHF channel scan (constellations and symbol rate)
 6.8 usecs echo cancellation at 7 Msym/s
Connectivity
 Supports IF, low-IF, zero-IF inputs
 Ultra-fast
Two USB automatic blind UHF/VHF channel scan (constellations and symbol rate)
2.0 host ports
Connectivity
 USB architecture designed for efficient support of external storage devices in
conjunction
 Two USB 2.0 with
host ports
off air broadcasting
Miscellaneous
 DRAM interface supporting one 16-bit DDR2 @1066MHz
 Supports PVR
 Supports Common Interface for conditional access support
 Bootable SPI interface with serial flash support
 Parallel interface for external NAND flash support
 Power control module with ultra low power MCU available in standby mode
 380-ball LFBGA package
 Operating Voltages: 1.26V (core), 1.8V (DDR2), 2.5V and 3.3V (I/O and analog)

34
5.2. MSTAR Block Diagram
? Bootable SPI interface with serial flash support

C121

16V
10n
? Parallel interface for external NAND flash support
LC-32LE140
? Power control module with ultra low power MCU B3available
USB0_DPin standby mode
A3
? 380-ball LFBGA package W8
USB0_DM
USB1_DP
? Operating Voltages: 1.26V (core), 1.8V (DDR2),
USB_DP
Y82.5V and 3.3V (I/O and analog)
USB_DM USB1_DM
J9 GND0
H9 GND1
5.2. MSTAR Block Diagram

LED SOCKET

CN703
1

5
1
TP56
TP57 5V_STBY
D TP54 1
1

1
F259
2
TP53 IR_IN

R1940
1

150R
C949 600R
1 2

TP55 1
27pF
Q170 50V
BC848B
3

2
2
R1563

R1562
R1571
220R

2
10k

10k
2

R1572
220R
1
Q171
R1567
10k

1
BC848B
1

R1568
10k
1
3 3

Q174
2 2

Q173
BC858B BC858B
LED2

1 1

LED1
2

2
R1569

R1570
220R

220R

E
5.3. Reset Circuit
1

Reset circuit using for initiliazing main Mstar IC. Reset condition is high and nomal
5V_STBY
working condition is low for RESET pin.
PANEL VCC = 5V/12V

RESET
R1668
4

3V3_STBY 1k 3
C1016

100nF
16V

TP61

2
C1031

22uF
6V3

1
1

RESET CN1

F
1N4148
R1667

C1015
D189

10k

100nF
1

10V 5V_VCC 1

6. CI INTERFACE 3V3_VCC 4k7 3


R1198

CI Interface Power Switch: 35


It is used for CI module supply, when Module is inserted (it means CI detect is low)2
1 This
circuit is opened or closed by CI_POWER_CTRL port of main uController
A6 SDO LVA2P AA13 TX_A_2_P
A7 GPIO14 LVA2M Y13 TX_A_2_N
LVACKP AA12 TX_A_CLK_P
LC-32LE140 LVACKM W12 TX_A_CLK_N
LVA3P W11 TX_A_3_P
K6 DDCA_CK/UART0_RX LVA3M Y12 TX_A_3_N KEYBOARD_ONBOARD C630
M6 DDCA_DA/UART0_TX LVA4P W10 TX_A_4_P
2

100nF
LVA4M Y11 TX_A_4_N F248
1

10V
R793
U5 1
47R
2 1 2

KEYBOARD
MSD9WB9PT-2 R1959 TOUCH_PAD_OPTION F249 600R
H19 S76
DDCR_CK 4 1
4k7
2
3V3_STBY 1 2
3V3_STBY

6. CI INTERFACE
H20 DDCR_DA GPIO137 Y9 600R
HP_MUTE
SPDIFI/GPIO139 W7
DVD_SPDIF R1937
GPIO141 AA10 100R HP_DETECT MECH_SWITCH 1 2
47R SCL_SYS
GPIO143 Y10 R1954 CI_POWER_CTRL R1936
A4 IRIN R1952 1 2
47R SDA_SYS
CI Interface Power Switch: 4k7 3V3_VCC
1 2

CN709
1

6
Y6 XIN
It is usedGPIO10
for CI B7
module supply, when Module is inserted (it means CI detect is low) This
STBY_ON/OFF_NOT
AA6 XOUT circuit is opened
GPIO11 or
E6
F6
closed by CI_POWER_CTRL
LED1 port of main uController
EXT KEYPAD
GPIO7 LED2
1

1
R1617

R1672

E5 R1671
4k7

4k7

4k7
HWRESET
SINGLE
16V

B3
3V3_STBY

3V3_STBY

3V3_STBY

USB0_DP

PANEL_VCC
A3 USB0_DM

OP_PIN11

OP_PIN8

OP_PIN9
W8 USB1_DP
Y8 USB1_DM
J9

2
GND0
H9

S14

S13
S3
GND1

1
ONBOARD KEYBOARD
OCKET

CN138
TP10

10

11
1

9
1
4

1
TP56
D204

B5V1

KEYBOARD_ONBOARD
TP57 5V_STBY
1
F259
470R
R23

R45
10k

CN137
2k
R7

1 2

IR_IN
C949 600R

4
1 2
+ -
27pF
50V 7. USB INTERFACE
4

Main Concept IC has integrated 2 USB 2.0 interface. One of them is used for ethernet
3

function, the other one is used for USB connectivity


SW5 for last user. Last user can play video,
R1571

R1562
2

10k

2
R1572

picture and audio files. Also digital channels can be record


E2 E1
to externall storage device by
220R

Q171
this interface. All SW files can be updated with interface.
1
BC848B
R1568
10k

G4

G3

G2

G1
1

174
USB circuit has 3 main parts
2

Q173
1 BC858B  Integrated USB 2.0 Host3 interface of D3K (U5)
BUTTONS KEYBOARD OPTION
LED1

 Protection IC (U145)
OP_PIN43
OP_PIN42
2
R1569

R1570
220R

 Over Curent Protection IC (U8)


PANEL_VCC

TX_B_4_P
TX_B_4_N
TX_B_3_P
TX_B_3_N
1

5V_STBY
PANEL VCC = 5V/12V USB INTERFACE
TP6

T R844
1

4 6 IO4 IO1 1 1 2
10R USB_DP
U145
USB

51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37

3 5 VDD GND 2
AZ099-04S R845
OP_PIN45

OP_PIN43
OP_PIN42
TP59 TP60
1

4 IO3 IO2 3
TP61

2 1
10R
2
USB_DM

1
1

C610
1

RESET CN1 10uF 1


TP7
10V
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35

5V_VCC 1 VIN 5
VOUT
U8
2 GND
FPF2124 R46
3V3_VCC 4k7 3 ON ISET 4 560R
R1198

2 3 4
36
LC-32LE140

8. DDR2 SDRAM K4T1G164QF (U155)


8.1 General Description
Description:
The 1Gb DDR2 SDRAM is organized as a 16Mbit x 8 I/Os x 8 banks, 8Mbit x 16 I/Os x 8
banks device. This synchronous device achieves high speed double-data-rate transfer
rates of up to 1066Mb/sec/pin (DDR2-1066) for general applications. The chip is designed
to comply with the following key DDR2 SDRAM fea-tures such as posted CAS with
additive latency, write latency = read latency - 1, Off-Chip Driver(OCD) impedance
adjustment and On Die Termination. All of the control and address inputs are
synchronized with a pair of exter-nally supplied differential clocks. Inputs are latched at
the crosspoint of dif-ferential clocks (CK rising and CK falling). All I/Os are synchronized
with a pair of bidirectional strobes (DQS and DQS) in a source synchronous fash-ion. The
address bus is used to convey row, column, and bank address information in a RAS/CAS
multiplexing style. For example, 1Gb(x8) device receive 14/10/3 addressing. The 1Gb
DDR2 device operates with a single 1.8V ± 0.1V power supply and 1.8V ± 0.1V VDDQ.
The 1Gb DDR2 device is available in 60ball FBGA(x8) and 84ball FBGA(x16).

Features:
8.2 Features

• JEDEC standard VDD = 1.8V ± 0.1V Power Supply


• VDDQ = 1.8V ± 0.1V
• 533MHz fCK for 1066Mb/sec/pin
• 8 Banks
• Posted CAS
• Programmable CAS Latency: 4, 5, 6, 7
• Programmable Additive Latency: 3, 4, 5. 6
• Write Latency(WL) = Read Latency(RL) -1
• Burst Length: 4 , 8(Interleave/nibble sequential)
• Programmable Sequential / Interleave Burst Mode
• Bi-directional Differential Data-Strobe (Single-ended data-strobe is an optional feature)
• Off-Chip Driver(OCD) Impedance Adjustment
• On Die Termination
• Special Function Support - PASR(Partial Array Self Refresh) - 50ohm ODT - High
Temperature Self-Refresh rate enable
• Average Refresh Period 7.8us at lower than TCASE 85°C, 3.9us at 85°C < TCASE < 95
°C
• All of products are Lead-free, Halogen-free, and RoHS compliant

37
LC-32LE140

Pinning:
8.3 Pinning

38
LC-32LE140

9. SCALER AND LVDS SOCKETS


9.1. LVDS sockets Block Diagram

9.2. Panel Supply Switch Circuit


This switch is used to open and close panel supply of TCON. It is controlled by port of
main ucontroller. Also with this circit panel sequency could be adjusted correctly. 3 panel
supplys are connected to this circuit. All of them are optional according to panels.

39
220pF 7 R2 2
3
50V R1679
LC-32LE140
BACKLIGHT_DIM
S16 1
R1165
4k7
2 2
Q189 6 R3 3
100R DIMMING
BC848B
C838 1 5 R4 4
S18 3

MEGA_DCR_IN 1 2 R1166 C774


1
4k7
2 2
Q188 10uF
NC 220pF BC848B
50V 10V
C840 1

1 2

220pF
50V

F302
1 2
3V3_VCC
60R

TP213
F289
PANEL SUPPLY SWITCH
1 2

60R
F288

1
1 2
5V_VCC PANEL_VCC
60R

6
F290
1 2
12V_VCC

FDC642P
2
60R

Q199
R1734
33k
C1128

1uF
25V
3V3_VCC

3V3 or 5V

1
3V3_S

1
R1725
or 12V
1 2
47R

2
4k7
R1749
22k
2

1
R1678
4k7

3 R1748
NC STBY_ON/OFF_NOT
2
1

1 2

S82 R1693 4k7


1 2 2
10k
1 2
Q190
BC848B 1

3 C1042 2
1

R1685 100nF
PANEL_VCC_ON/OFF
2
10k
1 2
Q194
10V
1

BC848B
1

3 4 5

10. SPI FLASH MEMORY - MX25L1005 (U158)


10.1. General Description
MX25L1005 is a CMOS 1,048,576 bit serial Flash memory, which is configured as
131,072 x 8 internally.The MX25L1005 feature a serial peripheral interface and software
protocol allowing operation on a simple 3-wire bus. The three bus signals are a clock
input (SCLK), a serial data input (SI), and a serial data output (SO). SPI access to the
device is enabled by CS# input. The MX25L1005 provide sequential read operation on
whole chip. After program/erase command is issued, auto program/ erase algorithms
which program/ erase and verify the specified page or sector/block locations will be
executed. Program command is executed on page (256 bytes) basis, and erase
command is executes on chip or sector(4K-bytes) or block(64K-bytes). To provide user
with ease of interface, a status register is included to indicate the status of the chip. The
status read command can be issued to detect completion status of a program or erase
operation via WIP bit. When the device is not in operation and CS# is high, it is put in
standby mode and draws less than 10uA DC current. The MX25L1005 utilize MXIC's
proprietary memory cell, which reliably stores memory contents even after 100,000
program and erase cycles.

10.2. Features
 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) compatible -- Mode 0 and Mode 3
 1,048,576 x 1 bit structure
 32 Equal Sectors with 4K byte each, Any Sector can be erased individually
 2 Equal Blocks with 64K byte each, Any Block can be erased individually
 Single Power Supply Operation 40
command is executes on chip or sector(4K-bytes) or block(64K-bytes). To provide user
with ease of interface, a status register is included to indicate the status of the chip. The
LC-32LE140
status read command can be issued to detect completion status of a program or erase
operation via WIP bit. When the device is not in operation and CS# is high, it is put in
standby mode and draws less than 10uA DC current. The MX25L1005 utilize MXIC's
proprietary memory cell, which reliably stores memory contents even after 100,000
program and erase cycles.

10.2. Features
 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) compatible -- Mode 0 and Mode 3
 1,048,576 x 1 bit structure
 32 Equal Sectors with 4K byte each, Any Sector can be erased individually
 2 Equal Blocks with 64K byte each, Any Block can be erased individually
 Single Power Supply Operation
 2.7 to 3.6 volt for read, erase, and program operations
 Latch-up protected to 100mA from -1V to Vcc +1V
 Low Vcc write inhibit is from 1.5V to 2.5V

10.3. Absolute Maximum Ratings

RATING VALUE
Ambient Operating 0°C to 70°C
Temperature
Storage Temperature -55°C to 125°C
Applied Input Voltage -0.5v to 4.6v
Applied Output Voltage -0.5v to 4.6v
VCC to Ground Potential -0.5v to 4.6v

10.4. Pinning
8-PIN SOP (150mil)

SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
CS# Chip select
SI Serial Data Input
SO Serial Data Output
SCLK Clock Input
HOLD# Hold, to pause the device without
deselecting the device
VCC +3.3v Power Supply
GND Ground

41
LC-32LE140

11. NAND FLASH MEMORY – NAND512XXA2C (U162)


11.1. General Description
The NAND flash 528-byte/ 264-word page is a family of non-volatile flash memories that
uses the single level cell (SLC) NAND technology. It is referred to as the small page
family.

The NAND512R3A2C, NAND512R4A2C, and NAND512W3A2C have a density of 512


Mbits and operate with either a 1.8 V or 3 V voltage supply. The size of a page is either
528 bytes (512 + 16 spare) or 264 words (256 + 8 spare) depending on whether the
device has a x8 or x16 bus width.

The address lines are multiplexed with the Data Input/Output signals on a multiplexed x8
or x16 input/output bus. This interface reduces the pin count and makes it possible to
migrate to other densities without changing the footprint.

To extend the lifetime of NAND flash devices it is strongly recommended to implement an


error correction code (ECC). The use of ECC correction allows to achieve up to 100,000
program/erase cycles for each block. A write protect pin is available to give a hardware
protection against program and erase operations.

11.2. Features
 High density NAND flash memories
o 512-Mbit memory array
o Cost effective solutions for mass storage applications

 NAND interface
o x8 or x16 bus width
o Multiplexed address/ data

 Supply voltage: 1.8 V, 3 V


 Page size
o x8 device: (512 + 16 spare) bytes
o x16 device: (256 + 8 spare) words

 Block size
o x8 device: (16K + 512 spare) bytes
o x16 device: (8K + 256 spare) words

 Page read/program
o Random access: 12 μs (3 V)/15 μs (1.8 V) (max)
o Sequential access: 30 ns (3 V)/50 ns (1.8 V) (min)
o Page program time: 200 μs (typ)
 Copy back program mode
 Fast block erase: 2 ms (typ)

42
LC-32LE140

 Status register
 Electronic signature
 Chip Enable ‘don’t care’
 Security features
o OTP area

 Serial number (unique ID) option


 Hardware data protection
o Program/erase locked during power transitions

 Data integrity
o 100,000 program/erase cycles (with ECC)
o 10 years data retention

 RoHS compliant packages


 Development tools
o Error correction code models
o Bad blocks management and wear leveling algorithms

11.3. Pinning

43
LC-32LE140

12. LM1117(U175, U180, U181)


12.1. General Description
The LM1117 is a series of low dropout voltage regulators with a dropout of 1.2V at 800mA
of load current. It has the same pin-out as National Semiconductor’s industry standard
LM317. The LM1117 is available in an adjustable version, which can set the output
voltage from 1.25V to 13.8V with only two external resistors. In addition, it is also
available in five fixed voltages, 1.8V, 2.5V, 2.85V, 3.3V, and 5V. The LM1117 offers
current limiting and thermal shutdown. Its circuit includes a zener trimmed bandgap
reference to as-sure output voltage accuracy to within ±1%. The LM1117 series is
available in SOT- 223, TO-220, and TO-252 D-PAK packages. A minimum of 10μF
tantalum capacitor is required at the output to improve the transient response and
stability.

12.2. Features
 Available in 1.8V, 2.5V, 2.85V, 3.3V, 5V, and Adjustable Versions
 Space Saving SOT-223 Package
 Current Limiting and Thermal Protection
 Output Current 800mA
 Line Regulation 0.2% (Max)
 Load Regulation 0.4% (Max)
 Temperature Range
 LM1117 0°C to 125°C
 LM1117I -40°C to 125°C

12.3. Applications
 2.85V Model for SCSI-2 Active Termination
 Post Regulator for Switching DC/DC Converter
 High Efficiency Linear Regulators 15
 32” TFT TV Service Manual 10/01/2005
 Battery Charger
 Battery Powered Instrumentation

12.4. Absolute Maximum Ratings

12.5. Pinning

44
13. MP2012 (U176)
LC-32LE140

13. MP2012 (U176)


13.1. General Description
The MP2012 is a fully integrated, internally compensated 1.2MHz fixed frequency PWM
step-down converter. It is ideal for powering portable equipment that runs from a single
cell Lithium-Ion (Li+) Battery, with an input range from 2.7V to 6V. The MP2012 can
provide up to 1.5A of load current with output voltage as low as 0.8V. It can also operate
at 100% duty cycle for low dropout applications. With peak current mode control and
internal compensation, the MP2012 is stable with ceramic capacitors and small inductors.
Fault condition protection includes cycle-by-cycle current limiting and thermal shutdown.

13.2. Features
 2.7-6V Input Operation Range
 Output Adjustable from 0.8V to VIN
 1μA Max Shutdown Current.
 Up to 95% Efficiency
 100% Duty Cycle for Low Dropout
 Applications
 1.2MHz Fixed Switching Frequency
 Stable with Low ESR Output Ceramic
 Capacitors
 Thermal Shutdown
 Cycle-by-Cycle Over Current Protection
 Short Circuit Protection
 Available in 6-pin 3x3mm QFN

13.3. Pinning

Pin Name Description


#
1 FB Feedback input. An external resistor divider from
the output to GND, tapped to the FB pin sets the
output voltage.
2 GND, Ground pin. Connect exposed pad to ground
Exposed plane for proper thermal performance.
Pad
3 SW Switch node to the inductor.
4 PVIN Input supply pin for power FET.
5 VIN Input Supply pin for controller. Put small
decoupling ceramic near this pin.
6 EN Enable input, “High” enables MP2012. EN is
pulled to GND with 1Meg internal resistor.

45
14. RTA8283A (U23, U173)
5 VIN Input Supply pin for controller. Put small
decoupling ceramic near this pin.
6 EN optimized
decoupling
Enable input, over
ceramic
“High” athis
near wide
enables pin. range
MP2012. EN is of loads and outp
LC-32LE140
6 EN provides
Enable input,
pulled to protection
GND“High” enables
with 1Meg against
MP2012.
internal EN isshorted outputs an
resistor.
pulled to GND with 1Meg internal resistor.
during start-up. The RT8283A also provides ou
shutdown protection. The low current (<3μA) sh
14. RTA8283A (U23, U173)
14. RTA8283A (U23, U173) enabling easy power management in batterypo
14.1. General Description in a SOP-8 package.
The14.1. General
RT8283A is a Description
high-efficiency, monolithic synchronous step-down DC/DC converter
The RT8283A is a high-efficiency,
that can deliver up to 3A output current monolithic
from asynchronous step-down
4.5V to 23V input supply.DC/DC converter
The RT8283A's
that can mode
current deliverarchitecture
up to 3A output 14.2. Features
current from
and external a 4.5V to allow
compensation 23V input supply. The
the transient RT8283A's
response to be
current mode
optimized overarchitecture andofexternal
a wide range loads andcompensation allow the
output capacitors. transient response
Cycle-by-cycle currenttolimit
be
optimized over a wide
provides protection rangeshorted
against of loadsoutputs 
and output ±1.5%
capacitors.
and soft-start High Accuracy
Cycle-by-cycle
eliminates Feedback
currentsurge
input current limit Volta
provides protection
during start-up. Theagainst
RT8283A shorted outputs and
also provides soft-start eliminates input current surge
during start-up.
shutdown The RT8283A
protection. also provides
The low current
output
(<3μA) output
under voltage
Integrated
under
shutdown modevoltage
protection
N-MOSFET
protection
provides
and thermal
outputand
Switches
thermal
disconnect,
shutdown protection.
enabling easy power The low current
management in (<3μA) Current
shutdown
batterypowered Mode
mode provides
systems. Control
output
The RT8283A disconnect,
is available
enabling
in a SOP-8easy power management in batterypowered systems. The RT8283A is available
package.
in a SOP-8 package.  Fixed Frequency Operation : 340kHz
14.2. Features  Output Adjustable from 0.8V to 20V
14.2. Features
 ±1.5% High Accuracy Feedback Voltage
 ±1.5% HighN-MOSFET
Integrated Accuracy Feedback  Up to 95% Efficiency
Switches Voltage
 Integrated Control Switches 
N-MOSFET
Current Mode Thermal Shutdown Protection
 Current Mode Control
Fixed Frequency Operation : 340kHz
 Fixed
OutputFrequency
AdjustableOperation
from 0.8V: 340kHz
to 20V
 Output Adjustable from
Up to 95% Efficiency 0.8V to 20V
 Up to 95% EfficiencyProtection

Thermal Shutdown
Thermal Shutdown Protection
14.3. Pinning
14.3. Pinning
14.3. Pinning

Pin No. Pin Description


Name
1 BOOT Bootstrap for high-side gate driver. Connect a 0.1μF or
greater ceramic capacitor from BOOT to SW pins.
2 VIN Input Supply 4.5V to 23V. Must bypass with a suitably
large ceramic capacitor.
3 SW Phase Node--Connect to external L-C filter..
4, 9 (Exposed GND Ground.
Pad)
5 FB Feedback Input pin is connected to the converter output.
It is used to set the output of the converter to regulate to
the desired value via an internal res divider. For an
adjustable output, an external res divider is connected to
this pin.
6 COMP Compensation Node. COMP is used to compensate the
regulation Control loop. Connect a series RC network
from COMP to GND. In some cases, an additional
capacitor from COMP to GND is required.
7 EN Enable Input Pin. Logic high enables the converter; a
logic low forces the RT8253A into shutdown mode.
Attach this pin to VIN with a 100kΩ pull up resistor for
automatic startup.
8 SS Soft-Start Control Input. SS controls the soft-start period.
Connect a capacitor from SS to GND to set the soft-start
period. A 0.1μF capacitor sets the soft-start period to
13.5ms.

46
15. MP1583 (U174)
8 SS Soft-Start Control Input. SS controls the soft-start period.
Connect a capacitor from SS to GND to set the soft-start
period. A 0.1μF capacitor sets the soft-start period to LC-32LE140
13.5ms.

15. MP1583 (U174)


15.1. General Description
The MP1583 is a step-down regulator with a built-in internal Power MOSFET. It achieves
3A of continuous output current over a wide input supply range with excellent load and
line regulation. Current mode operation provides fast transient response and eases loop
stabilization. Fault condition protection includes cycle-by-cycle current limiting and thermal
shutdown. An adjustable soft-start reduces the stress on the input source at start-up. The
MP1583 requires a minimum number of external components, providing a compact
solution.

15.2. Features
 3A Output Current
 Programmable Soft-Start
 100mΩ Internal Power MOSFET Switch
 Stable with Low ESR Output Ceramic Capacitors
 Up to 95% Efficiency
 20μA Shutdown Mode
 Fixed 385KHz Frequency
 Thermal Shutdown
 Cycle-by-Cycle Over Current Protection
 Wide 4.75V to 23V Operating Input Range
 Output Adjustable from 1.22V to 21V
 Under-Voltage Lockout

15.3. Pinning

Pin Pin Description


No. Name
1 BOOT High-Side Gate Drive Bootstrap Input. BS supplies the drive for the
high-side N-Channel MOSFET switch.
2 IN Power Input. Drive IN with a 4.75V to 23V power source.
3 SW Power Switching Out is the switching node that supplies power to the
output
4 GND Ground.
5 FB Feedback Input. FB senses the output voltage and regulates it. Drive
FB with a resistive voltage divider from the output voltage. FB
threshold is 1.222V.
6 COMP Compensation Node is used to compensate the regulation control
loop.
7 EN Enable/UVLO. A voltage greater than 2.71V enables operation. For
complete low current shutdown the EN pin voltage needs to be at less
than 900mV. When the voltage on EN exceeds 1.2V, the internal
regulator will be enabled and the soft-start capacitor will begin to
charge. The MP1583 will start switching after the EN pin voltage
reaches 2.71V.
8 SS Soft-Start Control Input. SS controls the soft-start period.

47

16. FDC642
than 900mV. When the voltage on EN exceeds 1.2V, the internal
regulator will be enabled and the soft-start capacitor will begin to
LC-32LE140 charge. The MP1583 will start switching after the EN pin voltage
reaches 2.71V.
8 SS Soft-Start Control Input. SS controls the soft-start period.

16. FDC642
16.1. General Description
This P-Channel 2.5V specified MOSFET is produced using Fairchild’s advanced
PowerTrench® process that has been especially tailored to minimize on-state resistance
and yet maintain low gate charge for superior switching performance.

These devices have been designed to offer exceptional power dissipation in a very small
footprint for applications where the larger packages are impractical.

16.2. Features
 Max rDS(on) = 65 mΩ at VGS = -4.5 V, ID = -4.0 A
 Max rDS(on) = 100 mΩ at VGS = -2.5 V, ID = -3.2 A
 Fast switching speed
 Low gate charge (11nC typical)
 High performance trench technology for extremely low rDS(on)
 SuperSOTTM-6 package: small footprint (72% smaller than standard SO-8);
low profile (1 mm thick)
 Termination is Lead-free and RoHS Compliant

16.3. Pinning

17. FDC604P
17.1. General Description
This P-Channel 1.8V specified MOSFET uses Fairchild’s low voltage PowerTrench
process. It has been optimized for battery power management applications.

17.2. Features
 –5.5 A, –20 V. RDS(ON) = 33 mΩ @ VGS = –4.5 V
 RDS(ON) = 43 mΩ @ VGS = –2.5 V
 RDS(ON) = 60 mΩ @ VGS = –1.8 V
 Fast switching speed.
 High performance trench technology for extremely low RDS(ON)(S)

17.3. Pinning
48
LC-32LE140

17. FDC604P
17.1. General Description
This P-Channel 1.8V specified MOSFET uses Fairchild’s low voltage PowerTrench
process. It has been optimized for battery power management applications.

17.2. Features
 –5.5 A, –20 V. RDS(ON) = 33 mΩ @ VGS = –4.5 V
 RDS(ON) = 43 mΩ @ VGS = –2.5 V
 RDS(ON) = 60 mΩ @ VGS = –1.8 V
 Fast switching speed.
 High performance trench technology for extremely low RDS(ON)(S)

17.3. Pinning

18. CONNECTORS
18.1. SCART (SC1)

18.2. HDMI (CN707,CN708)

49
LC-32LE140

18.2. HDMI (CN707,CN708)

18.3. VGA (CN711)

50
LC-32LE140

SERVICE MENU SETTINGS

19. SERVICE MENU SETTINGS

In
4. order to reach
Adjustment service menu, first press “ MENU ”, then press the remote control
instruction
code
In order two times,
to reach servicewhich “ 4725
menu,is First “ “MENU” Then press the remote control code two times, which i
Press
“4725”.In first screen following item can be seen:

In first screen following items can be seen:

51
LC-32LE140

19.1. Video Settings


19.1 Video Setting

19.2. Audio Settings


19.2 Audio Settings

52
LC-32LE140

19.3. Options
19.3 Options
Options-1

Options-1

Options-2
Options-2

53
LC-32LE140
19.4. Tuning Settings

19.4 Tuning Settings

19.5. Source Settings


19.5 Source Settings

54
LC-32LE140

19.6 USB Operations


USB operations option can not be used directly. It can be used for updating panel tool,
configuration etc.

55
LC-32LE140

19.7. USB Operations


SOFTWARE
USB operations option can not be used directly. ItUPDATE
can be used for updating panel tool, hw
congiguration etc.

20. SOFTWARE UPDATE


In MB62 project there is only one software. From following steps software update
procedure can be seen:

1. 1.MB62
MB62_en.bin, mboot.bin
en. bin, mboot.bin andand usb_auto_update_T4.txt documents
usb_auto_update_mb62.txt documents should
should copy
copy directly
directly
inside of a flash memory(not in a folder).
2.inside of flash
Put flash memory
memory ( not
to the tvinwhen
a folder).
tv is powered off.
2. 3.Put flash on
Power memory to wait
the and the TV
whenwhen
theTV powered off.
tv is opened.
4. If First Time Installition screen
3. Power on the TV by main switch and press comes, it means
OK insoftware updatecontinuously
remote control procedure isduring 3 -4
succesful.
seconds. Then led will start blinking (red / green) quickly.
4. If First Time installation screen comes, it means software update procedure is successful.

56
LC-32LE140

TROUBLESHOOTING

21. TROUBLESHOOTING
21.1. No Backlight Problem
Problem: If TV is working, led is normal and there is no picture and backlight on the panel.

Possible causes: Backlight pin, dimming pin, backlight supply, stby on/off pin

Backlight pin should be high in open position. If it is low, please check Q181 and panel
cables.

Dimming pin should be high or square wave in open position. If it is low, please check
S16 for Mstar side and panel or power cables, connectors.

Backlight power supply should be in panel specs. Please check CN705 for MB62, related
connectors for power supply cards.

57
LC-32LE140

STBY_ON/OFF should be low for standby on condition, please check R1677.

21.2. CI Module Problem


Problem: CI is not working when CI module inserted.
Possible
Possiblecauses:
couses:Supply,
Supply,supply controlpin,
suply control pin,detect
detectpins,pins,mechanical
mechanicalpositions
positionsofofpins
pins
CI
CIsupply
supplyshould be5V
shoul be 5Vwhen
whenCICImodule
moduleinserted.
inserted.If Ifit itisnot
not 5V
5V please
please check
CI_POWER_CTRL, this
CI_POWER_CTRL, this pin
pin should
should be
be low.
low.

58
LC-32LE140

Please check mechanical positions of CI module.

Please check mechanical


Detect ports should positions
be low. If itof
is CI
not module.
low please check CI connector pins, CI module pins
and 3V3_VCC on MB62.
Detect ports should be low. If it is not low please check CI connector pins, CI module pins
and 3V3_VCC on MB62.

59
LC-32LE140

21.3. Led Blinking Problem


Problem: LED blinking, no other operation

This problem indicates a short on Vcc voltages. Protect pin should be logic high while
normal operation. When there is a short circuit protect pin will be logic low. If you detect
logic low on protect pin, unplug the TV set and control voltage points with a multimeter to
find the shorted voltage to ground.

21.4. IR Problem
Problem: LED or IR not working
Check LED card supply on MB62 chasis.

60
LC-32LE140

21.4. IR Problem
Problem: LED or IR not working
Check LED card supply on MB62 chasis.

21.5. Keypad Touchpad Problems


Problem: Keypad or Touchpad is not working

Check keypad supply and KEYBOARD pin on MB62.

61
LC-32LE140

21.5. Keypad Touchpad Problems


Problem: Keypad or Touchpad is not working

Check keypad supply and KEYBOARD pin on MB62.

21.6. USB Problems


Problem: USB is not working or no USB Detection.

Check USB Supply, It should be nearly 5V.

21.7. No Sound Problem


62
Problem: No audio at main TV speaker outputs.
LC-32LE140

21.7. No Sound Problem


Problem: No audio at main TV speaker outputs.

Check supply voltages of VDD_AUDIO, 5V_VCC and 3V3_VCC with a voltage-meter.


There may be a problem in headphone connector or headphone detect circuit (when
headphone is connected, speakers are automatically muted). Measure voltage at
HP_DETECT pin, it should be 3.3v.

21.8. No Sound Problem at Headphone


Problem: No audio at headphone output.

Check
Check HPHP detect
detect pin,
pin, when
when headphone
headphone is
is.connected. Check
Check 5V_VCC 5V_VCC
and andwith
3V3_VCC 3V3_VCC
a voltage-
meter.
with a voltage meter.

21.9. Standby On/Off Problem


Problem:
63
Device cannot boot, TV hangs in standby mode.
LC-32LE140

21.9. Standby On/Off Problem


Problem:
Device cannot boot, TV hangs in standby mode.

There may
There be be
may a problem
a problem about power
about powersupply. Check
supply. Check12V_VCC,
12V_VCC, 5V_VCC
5V_VCCandand
3V3_VCC
3V3_VCC
withwith
a voltage-meter. Also there may be a problem about SW. Try to update
a voltage-meter. Also there may be a problem about SW. Try to update TV withTV with latest SW.
latest
SW. Additionally
Additionally it is goodittoischeck
gooodSW to printouts
check SW via printouts via hyper-terminal
hyper-terminal (or Teraterm).(or Teraterm).
These printouts may give a clue about the problem.
These printouts may give a clue about the problem.

DVD Problems
Problem: DVD is not working.
21.10. No Signal Problem
Check that
Problem: No DVD
signalsource is selected in Service menu. Check supply voltage of DVD
in TV mode.
namely 12V_VCC.
Check tuner supply voltage; 3V3_TUN. Check tuner options are correctly set in Service
menu. Check AGC voltage at IF_AGC pin of tuner.

64
LC-32LE140

22. LC-32LE140 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM


MB62 / PW07 OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
LC32LE140E & LC32LE140EV
MODEL
LC32LE140EK & LC32LE140RU

MAIN BOARD MB62

POWER SUPPLY PW07

PANEL INVERTER BOARD

PL306 CN706 CN137 CN709


1 24V 1 GND 1 GND 1 TOUCH_PAD_OPTION
2 24V 2 GND 2 GND 2 KEYBOARD_ONBOARD
3 24V 3 STBY_ON_OFF 3 OP_PIN8 3 GND
4 24V 4 GND 4 OP_PIN9 4 3V3_STBY
PARTS CODE 30069976
5 24V SCL_SYS
6 GND
INVERTER CABLE 5
6
BACKLIGHT_ON_OFF
GND
5
6
GND
TX_A_3_P
5
6 SDA_SYS
7 GND PARTS CODE 30072557 7 DIMMING 7 TX_A_3_N
8 GND 8 GND 8 GND
9 GND 9 5V_STBY 9 TX_A_CLK_P
10 A/D_DIM_SEL 10 12V_VCC 10 TX_A_CLK_N
11 DIM_PWM_ANALOG 11 5V_VCC 11 GND
12 BL_ON/OFF_1 12 5V_VCC 12 TX_A_2_P
13 12V_STBY 13 TX_A_2_N
14 12V_STBY 14 GND

PL205 15 3V3_VCC 15 TX_A_1_P


1 GND 16 5V_VCC 16 TX_A_1_N
2 GND 17 3V3_VCC 17 GND
3 SW_SWITCH 18 5V_VCC 18 TX_A_0_P
4 GND POWER CABLE PARTS CODE 30072577 19 3V3_VCC 19 TX_A_0_N
5 ST_BY 20 5V_VCC 20 GND
6 GND 21 OP_PIN27
7 BL_ON/OFF 22 OP_PIN42
8 GND 23 OP_PIN43
9 DIM_PWM_ANALOG 24 GND
10 GND 25 GND
11 12V_1
LVDS CABLE PARTS CODE 20570371 26 GND
12 12V_1 27 PANEL_VCC
13 5VSTBY 28 PANEL_VCC
14 24V_1 29 PANEL_VCC
15 4V25_STBY 30 PANEL_VCC
16 4V25_STBY
17 VCC_3V3_ON

TOUCH PAD CABLE


18 5V
PW07 POWER SUPPLY BOARD
19 VCC_3V3_ON
MB62 MAIN BOARD
20 5V

21 VCC_3V3_ON

22 5V
PANEL T-CON BOARD
23 GND
24 GND
25 VCC_AUDIO
26 ST_BY2
PL100 PL101 27 A/D_DIM_SEL CN710
28 A/D_DIM_SEL 1 GND CN703
2 R_AUDIO_P 1 GND
3 L_AUDIO_P 2 LED 2
SPEAKER CABLE 4 L_AUDIO_P 3 LED 1
5 L_AUDIO_N 4 IR_IN
6 GND 5 5V_STBY

ROCKER
SWITCH AC
POWER
PLUG

LED IR BOARD
INCLUDED IN LED BOARD
1 GND
2 LED 2
3 LED 1 LED/IR CABLE
4 IR_IN
5 5V_STBY

TOUCH PAD
SPEAKER RIGHT SPEAKER LEFT

65
LC-32LE140

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
23 . Schematic Diagrams
Tuner & T2 Demodulator Diagram
I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ACTIVE_ANT_SUPPLY
NUTUNE/SEMCO/LG

5V_VCC
C965
C904 2
C61 100nF
1 TP48 100nF 22uF 16V
ANT-DC 1 ANT-DC 1 10V
1
6V3
ACTIVE_ANT_SUPPLY

TH1

2R1
R1595
2 2
A VCC 3V3_TUNER +3V3 3V3_TUNER TUN_SCL 10k 12V_VCC
IF_AGC_MST
R1597 R1963 A
10k 1
100R
2
IF_AGC_TUNER
TU1

TU3
SCL 3 SCL 3 47R TUN_SCL_MST F304 R1581
TUN_SCL 2
C912 2
C910
R30 ACTIVE_ANT_SUPPLY 1k 100nF 100nF
H SDA 4
TUN_SDA SDA 4 47R TUN_SDA_MST 1k FDN336P
Q175 R1590
1

10V
1

10V
R29 R1594 Q172 10k ANT_CTRL
5 5 BC848B

SUT-RE216

10k
R4
GND GND TUN_SDA OVER_CUR_DETECT 10k
FK1601

CLK_OUT 6 RESET 6 RESET_TUNER

R1586

R1593
20k

10k
7 7 S40
IF_N DIGITAL_IF_N IF_N DIGITAL_IF_N
8 8 S41
IF_P DIGITAL_IF_P IF_P DIGITAL_IF_P

IF_AGC 9 IF_AGC 9
IF_AGC_TUNER IF_AGC_TUNER
1
TP47
SONY TUNER
G
B B

F1

1V25_S2_VDDI

3V3_S2_VDDD

1V25_S2_VDDI
1V2_VCC 1V25_S2_VDDI
100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

60R C60
C 22uF C
C36

C37

C44

C45

C46

C47

C48

C49

C50

16V

33pF
NC NC NC NC NC

C35

50V

64

63

62

61

60

59

58

57

56

55

54

53

52

51

50

49
F2
3V3_VCC 3V3_S2_VDDD
10V100nF

E
C38

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

60R C71

NC5

GPO

VCC_10

NC4

NC3

VDDD_4

NC2

NC1

NC9

NC8

LOCK

VCC_9

LNB_EN

CKXTAL_13

OLF

GNDD
C59
22uF
D206

C5V6

4
3
C39

C40

C43

6V3 R26

27MHz
27 MHZ KULLANILACAK 1 48 12pF

X3
GNDA_1 M_CKOUT 47R 50V TSMICLK
R27
2 47

1
2
XTAL_IN M_SYNC 47R TSMISYNC
3 46

C34
XTAL_OUT VCC_8 1V25_S2_VDDI

33pF
50V
3V3_S2_VDDA R28
3V3_S2_TUN

3V3_S2_TUN

4 45
C22

C8

C9
50V 50V VDDA_1 M_VAL 47R TSMIVALID
27pF

27pF

10pF

10pF
C21

5 44 NC
D F4 16V GNDA_2 M_ERR D
3V3_VCC 3V3_S2_TUN X1 C29 10nF
6 43
100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

100nF10V

60R C58 S2_IP IP M_DATA7 5 R4 4


D 22uF
1 4
27MHz C30 10nF
TS_MDI7
2 3 7
M88DS3002 42
C57

C56

C52

C53

C54

C55

6V3 S2_IN IN M_DATA6 6 R3 3 TS_MDI6


16V 3V3_S2_VDDD
8 41
14

13

12

11

10

3V3_S2_VDDA VDDA_2 VDDD_3 7 R2 2 TS_MDI5


9

U3
9 40 R1
VDDA4

TEST1

TEST2

TEST3

VDDA3

XTALN

XTALP

16V GNDA_3 M_DATA5 8 1 TS_MDI4


C32 10nF 47R
F3 S2_QN 10 QN M_DATA4 39 R1584
3V3_VCC 3V3_S2_VDDA R39 C31 10nF
11 38
100nF10V

100nF10V

60R 3k3 RES VDDA2 3V3_S2_TUN S2_QP QP VCC_7 1V25_S2_VDDI


15 7
10nF 16V 47R
NC 12 37
C41

C42

16V 16 CAP CK_OUT 6 NC6 M_DATA3 5 R4 4 TS_MDI3


10pF

10pF
C27
13 36
C10

C11

CKDIV_OPT IP S2_IP 3V3_S2_VDDD VDDD_1 M_DATA2 6 R3 3 TS_MDI2


C 17 5
2 1
S11
NC
U4

3V3_S2_TUN RFBYPASS IN 1V25_S2_VDDI 14 VCC_1 M_DATA1 35


2
S5
1
18 4 S2_IN 7 R2 2 TS_MDI1
E NC 15 34 R1
E
19 RESET VDDA1 3 3V3_S2_TUN 1V25_S2_VDDI VCC_2 M_DATA0 8 1 TS_MDI0
C63 L1 M88TS2022 R1583

ADDR_SEL1

ADDR_SEL0

DISEQC_IN

CKXTAL_27
16 33
3V3_S2_VDDD

CN17 2 1
20 LNA_IN QN 2 S2_QN NC7 VCC_6 1V25_S2_VDDI
S138 4n7H

VDDD_2

DISEQC
2p2F3.3pF
2p2F

VCC_3

VCC_4

VCC_5

RESET
1

2
C62

50V

AAGC

SCLT

SDAT

VSEL
50V 50V 21 TEST QP 1 S2_QP

SDA

SCL
C20

S25

R15
4k7
VDD_DIG

VDD_REG

1nF 0.5pF
VDAA5

VDDA6

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32
R44
2

1
SDA

SCL

AGC

S2_AGC 2k
LNB_OUT 3V3_S2_VDDD
10nF
C33
22

23

24

25

26

27

28

1nF 1nF 1nF 1nF 16V RESET_S2


B

1V25_S2_VDDI

1V25_S2_VDDI

1V25_S2_VDDI
C16

C18

C17

C19

DISEQC_OUT
3V3_S2_VDDD
3V3_S2_TUN 3V3_S2_TUN

2
50V 50V 50V 50V R31 R32
00 SEÇILDI WRITE:D0H READ:D1H
2

R16
4k7
1k 1k S2_AGC
2

2
S20

10nF

10nF

KONTROL EDILECEK
C25

C26

R14
4k7
R13
4k7

16V 16V

1
10nF
C28

16V
1

R22 R38
1

1
2

F 10k SCL_S2_TUN 33R SCL_SYS 3V3_S2_VDDD F


S12

R35 R37
NC 33R SCL_S2_TUN SDA_S2_TUN 33R SDA_SYS
R36
1

18pF

18pF
C72

C73

SDA_S2_TUN
VESTEL PROJECT NAME : 17mb62-2v3
33R
50V 50V 50V 50V A3
27pF

27pF
C23

C24

A SCH NAME :TUNER&S2_TUNER&DEMOD T. SHT:


DRAWN BY :Ulas Dereli 27-10-2011_08:56
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AX M

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

66
LC-32LE140

Peripherals Diagram
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PC INPUT
SCART

CDA4C16GTH
4

1
D2
I

CDA4C16GTH
CDA4C16GTH
5V_VCC
SCART VIDEO OUTPUT AMPLIFIER

D1
C663

D3
1

2
2

100nF

R1479

R1311

R1310

R1265
75R

10k

10k

10k
1

R124 F179 10V

220pF
C835
2

50V
12V_VCC 220R
21

8
1k
A A

1
100nF
C120

16V
SC_CVBS_IN 15

R102
390R

R103
20

68k
R1949
50V SC_CVBS_OUT 14 100R VGA_VSNC
19 220pFC836 C860
1

R1243
2 1 Q146
2 13 100R VGA_HSNC
18 BC858B
R1233 47pF 3

220R
3
C378 12
50V
H 17
R1249 Q119
BC848B
2
SCART_CVBS_OUT
47R SC_FB 11

R1209

R1206
16 10uF

2k7

2k7
1
R1587 R620 10V
50V SC_R SC_CVBS_OUT 75R 100R 10
15 220pF

R104
33k
2 1
9

R221
100R
14
C833 R1480
75R
2 1 2
75R 1 8
13
SCART LT1

R1481 50V
75R 220pF 7
TX/SDA_SC
SC1

2 1
12 R1482 2 1

B 11 C832 SC_G 6 B
G 10
D178
2
75R
R1483
1 RX/SCL_SC
1
R1182
4k7
2
5
2 1
4
9
C15V R1187 2 1
R1419
1
22k
2

100nF SC_PIN8 3 33R VGA_B


8 50V
10V R1408
220pF SC_B C664 2 33R
7 VGA_G
2 1
C853 R1409
50V
C831 1 33R VGA_R
6 75R
2 1
3n3F F205

2 NUP4004M5

1
1
3

4
5
R1489 1 2

SC_AUD_L_IN CN711

R1516

R1515

R1517
5

75R

75R

75R
SCART_AUD_L_IN 600R

D5
4
F200

2
R1244
F 3
1 2 1
100R
2
SC_AUD_L_OUT
SCART_AUD_R_IN C854 600R
50V C857
2
C 3n3F C
1 1
F206
2
4n7F
SC_AUD_R_IN 50V
SAV RCA INPUT
F201600R R1245 47nF
1 2 1 2
SC_AUD_R_OUT 16V 30062840
100R JK4
600R R1420 C808 16V C795 R1415 62R
INDIA OPTION C858 33R K2 RIN0M CVBS0 T1
47nF
33R SC_CVBS_IN YEL 5
6
1
S9
2 SAV_CVBS_IN

C807 16V C800 R1413


30064869 47nF K3
4n7F VGA_R 16V RIN0P CVBS1 U2 33R 62R DVD_CVBS_IN 1 2 SAV_L
50V R1422 16V 1UF 4 S42
4 SC_CVBS_IN C810J2 47nF WHT
U3 3
E YEL 33R
47nF
GIN0M CVBS2
16V C806 J3 V2 16V C799 R1412 62R 2
1
S39
2 SAV_R
SCART_AUD_L_IN VGA_G GIN0P CVBS3 33R SAV_CVBS_IN RED
JK7 3 47nF 1
WHT 47nF R1421 16V 16V C794 R1411
C809H1 T3 SC_R
33R BIN0M CVBS4 33R
47nF 47nF 62R
2 SCART_AUD_R_IN 16V C802 H3
SAV Slim INPUT

1
VGA_B BIN0P

R1485

R1486
RED 1

300R
47nF SC SVHS opt

75R

75R

R11
R1423 C861 1
TP49
470R H2 SOGIN0 CVBSOUT0 T2 SCART_CVBS_OUT 1
VGA_G 50V 1nF
D TP245 D

2
1

2
L6 HSYNC0 2
VGA_HSNC SAV_CVBS_IN
DVD INTERFACE (for 26" to 32")

220pF
R1530 C959 16V

D171