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Product Training Guide

PDP-503CMX

Multimedia & Web Training Department


545 Nolan Drive Suite 100
Southlake, Texas 76092
Contents

Preface ……………………….…….. 3

New Functions…………………4-7
Controls & Connectors…………………41-45
Basic Specifications.……………... 8
New Features ….………………..…. 9-18 Normal Operation & Menu Modes……46-65
Main PCB layout………….…………19 Integrator Modes………………………...66-93
Overall Block………………..…20-21 Disassembly……………………………...94-97
Overview…………………………..…22 Factory Service Modes………………….98-132
Video Card………………………...…23-24 Adjustments……………………………..133-145
RGB Block……………………….…..25-28
PCB Locations………………………….146
Digital Video………………………...29-30
Shut Down & Power Down……………147-155
Y Drive…………………………….….31-32
X Drive…………………………….….33-34
RGB/Digital Video Replacement…….156-157
Sub Address………………………...35-36
Resonance & Mid Clamp…….……37-38
Fan Drive/Audio…………………….39-40
Preface
This technical training guide will address
the disassembly and adjustments of the
Pioneer PDP-503CMX Plasma Display.

This guide was designed as a servicing aid


and is not intended to replace the service
manual. The student should have the
appropriate service manual on hand when
when using this guide. Data in the service
manual for this unit contains specific
information on safety, parts and adjustments.
Lead in the solder used in this product
is a known reproductive toxicant which
may cause birth defects or other reproductive
Safety information
harm. (California Health and Safety Code
Section 25249.5).
Important safety data for this Pioneer model
is contained in the service manual. Before
returning the unit to the customer, complete
all product safety obligations and tests.
Technicians who bypass safety features or When servicing this or handling circuit
fail to carry out safety checks may expose boards and other components which
themselves and others to possible injury, contain solder, avoid unprotected skin
and may be liable for any resulting damages. contact with the solder. Also, when
soldering do not inhale any smoke or
For more information on electronic fumes produced.
circuits and block diagrams refer
to Service manual ARP3093

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List of New Functions

1. Out of Menu Mode

AUTO SET UP
• A function to adjust SCREEN mode automatically.
• The results of the adjustment is reflected on SCREEN value in Menu Mode.
• It functions only in case of PC signal input. (INPUT 1 or 2).

POINT ZOOM
• A function to magnify a display picture.
• The magnifying powers are 1.5 times, 2 times, 3 times, and 4 times
• When setting "POINT ZOOM", the picture size becomes "FULL mode".
• It functions only in the case of PC signal input.

Levels Display
• A function to display a setting content in OPTION menu.
• It displays by pressing the "DISPLAY CALL" key more than 2 sec. during an OSD display by usual DISPLAY CALL.
• Able to control this function using a new RS-232C command (DS2).

STILL
• A function to make a still picture from a present picture on the monitor.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command (SLY/SLN).

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2. In Menu Mode
AUTO FUNCTION PURECINEMA
• A function to switch to this input automatically, when a signal is • A function to convert 480i to 480P based on 2-3 pull-down data.
inputted to the input which was selected by this setting. • There are three settings; OFF, STANDARD, and HQ.
Automatically it goes back to previous input when there is no • Able to set up input signal NTSC/480i only
input signal in the input. • Able to set up using RS-232C command (PUN/PUS/PUH)
• This function works only with “INPUT1” and “INPUT4”.
• For the “INPUT1”, this function works only with Composite DIGITAL NR
SYNC and Separate SYNC. • Setting up digital noise reduction.
• There are four settings; OFF, LOW, MIDDLE, and HIGH.
POWER CONTROL • It is effective only in the case of a VIDEO (NTSC) signal input.
• To switch the settings “Normal Display”, “Linear Brightness”, and • Able to set up using RS-232C command (NRN/NRL/NRM/NRH)
“Power Save”.
1. Normal Display : Almost the same as PDP-502 setting
“ABL ON” COLOR TEMP
2. Linear Brightness : Almost the same as PDP-502 setting • A function that changes setting of the colors TEMP.
“ABL OFF” • There are six settings: LOW (approx. –3000K), MID LOW
3. Power Save : New function from PDP-503 (approx. –2000K), MIDDLE(+/- 0K), MID HIGH(approx.
A function to lower the peak brightness +1000K), HIGH(approx. +2000K)
and lowers power consumption. • It is effective only in the case of a VIDEO (NTSC) signal input.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command (1: PWN / 2:PWS / • Able to set up using RS-232C command
3:PWL) (CT1/CT2/CT3/CT4/CT5)
INPUT LABEL
• A function to change “INPUT LABEL” of each input.
• It is able to set up max. of eight letters.

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3. Integrator Menu
OFF TIMER
• A function to switch to Stand-by mode after a set time. INVERSE
• This setting has OFF, • A function to control burned display by reversing output picture.
TIMER (1 to 24H/ every 1H) • The setting has ON or OFF.
MASK (0.0 to 9.5 H/ every 0.5 H) • Able to set up using RS-232C command.
MASK Color (WHITE /RED / GREEN/ BLUE)
ID SET
2 by 2 mode • A function to set or change ID No.
• A function to make temporally 4 screen multi-display.
• This setting has ON or OFF and display area (upper left/ lower MONITOR NAME
left/ upper right/ lower left). • A function to register a name with each unit.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command (MGY/ MGN/ MG1/ • Able to set max. of twelve letters.
MG2/ MG3/ MG4) • Able to confirm the name by Display Call/ GET command

ORBITER HDTV Mode Setting


• A function to control burned display by shifting picture location • A function to set actual line number in HDTV (1080i/1035i)
for every moment. • Able to set this function when signal mode is “12/13”
• The setting has ON or OFF • Able to set up using RS-232C command
• Make the picture location shift one dot by one dot horizontally or (1080i=H80/1035i=H35)
vertically every eight minutes.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command (OMY/OMN).

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4. Service Factory Menu 5. RS-232C
Displaying / Setting Pulse Meter Picture mute ON/OFF setting
• A function to display or set the present pulse meter. • A function to set Picture MUTE on or off.
• The display is ten million unit • No Last Memory function.
• The setting is hundred billion unit. • MUTE is canceled when other operations are conducted.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command. • Able to set using RS-232C command only.
Pulse meter display: PMD • It is effective in case of only Normal mode/ RS-232C adjustment
Pulse meter setting: PMS+ XXX mode/ RS-232C factory adjustment mode.

Writing setting in EEPROM for Plug & Play use Drive ON / OFF Setting.
• Releasing Write-protection of EEPROM for Plug & Play use. • A function to set Drive circuit on or off.
• Able to set only in service factory mode and RS-232C factory • There is no last memory function. (After turning off a unit, this
adjustment mode. setting is canceled)
When it exits the above modes, it returns to Protect setting. • Able to set using RS-232C command only.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command. • The command is effective only in Standby mode and RS-232C
Write protect release: EWY factory adjustment mode.
Write protect setting: EWN
100 % display mode setting 100%
• A function to change screen display into 100 % display.
• It functions only in case of VIDEO signal.
• All of menu modes are prohibited during this setting.
• Able to set up using RS-232C command only.

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Basic Specification
PDP-502MX/MXE PDP-503CMX PDP-433CMX
(Current model)
Screen size 50inch 50inch 43inch

Aspect ratio 16:9 16:9 16:9

Number of pixels 1280(H) 768(V) 1280(H) 768(V) 1024(H) 768(V)

Pixel pitch 0.858 mm (RGB) 0.808 mm 0.858 mm (RGB) 0.808 mm 0.930 mm (RGB ) 0.698 mm

Gradation (256 gray scale) (768 gray scale) (768 gray scale)

Brightness 800cd/m2
560cd/m2 800cd/m2

Contrast ratio 560:1 800:1 800:1

Viewing angle H: More than 160° H: More than 160° H: More than 160°
V: More than 160° V: More than 160° V: More than 160°
Fan 4 2 2

Front filter Acryl Glass Glass


MX: 100~120V 50/60Hz MX: 100~120V 50/60Hz MX: 100~120V 50/60Hz
Power requirements
MXE: 100~240V 50/60Hz MXE: 100~240V 50/60Hz MXE: 100~240V 50/60Hz
Power consumption 470W 380W TBD

Effective screen size 1098mm 620.5mm 1098 mm 620.5 mm 952.3 mm 536.1 mm

Dimensions 1218mm 714mm 98mm 1218mm 714mm 98 mm 1070mm 630mm 98mm


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Weight 40.3kg 38.9kg Less than 30kg
NEW Features/Benefits
• PDA-5002
– When installed it
adds Video, YC, and
DVI input, as well as
enabling High
Definition.
– Card manufactured PDA-5002
and supported by
Pioneer.

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Rear View & Terminals
503CMX
RGB/BNC*5 In x1
RGB/D-Sub In x 1
RGB/D-Sub Out x1
Audio/Mini LR In x1
Audio/Mini LR Out x1
FAN Speaker LR x1
Control
RS-232C/D-Sub 9 x1
SR/Mini In+Out x 1
Combi/Mini Din 6 In/O x1

PDA-5002
DVI-D In x1
YC/S VHS In x1
Composite/BNC In x1
Composite/BNC Out x1
Audio LR/RCA x2
PDA-5002 (VIDEO CARD)

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DVI-D interface for PDA-5002
There are two types of DVI interface; DVI-D and DVD-I. PDA-5002 has DVI-D input. Which
means this terminal can only accept Digital RGB signal.
Also the cable must be DVI-D cable.

(Yellow square)

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DVI-I cable can not be used for PDA-5002.
Technical explanation on the new features. - Higher luminance and contrast -
Higher luminance is realized by changing the cell structure.

2. Technical explanation on the new features. - Higher luminance and contrast -

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Deep Waffle Rib Structure: realises even higher light emission
efficiency

For the PDP-503, Pioneer’s further improved this technology


by making each individual cell deeper.

Deep Waffle Rib Structure


(Deep Encased Cell Structure)

The new cell structure has a greater light emission area, so this results in
even higher light emission efficiency—50% higher than our previous model .
(PDP-502)
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PDP basic principles
The PDP screen is 2 glass panels with pixels sandwiched. The pixels consist of tiny
cells with electrodes on the top and bottom. Inert gas (Xenon+Neon) is trapped
between 2 glasses, separated by a gap of just 100-200 microns wide. UV light is
generated by discharging the gas using electrodes. Red, green and blue phosphors
absorb these UV discharges and reradiate the energy as visible light to produce the
colors that appear on the screen.
Sustain
electrode

Address
electrode

Pioneer Method
[B-C] Initialization discharge
(Reset) charges the electric at [F] Address discharge selects the cells
+/- electrodes, activating required for emission by clearing the
gas to extract electron electric charge from unnecessary cells
with comparatively small voltage

[D] Sustaining discharge is made by a pulse of voltage on sustain electrodes. It


generates UV light, which makes phosphor radiate visible light emission.
[E] The electric at electrodes remains so that continuous pulses of AC voltage
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can make another light-emitting discharge
Improvement of gradation reproduction in low brightness range

General PDP New CLEAR drive system


Output/ Brightness

Output/ Brightness
16
16 times
times
(lowest
(lowest 5%
5% range)
range)

Input Input
12 steps 200 steps

256 steps (8bit Sub field method) 768 steps (grayscale/ NTSC)

•Linear shaped characteristics of brightness level against input signal of conventional PDP is
poor at gradation in low brightness range
•Allocating comparatively more steps in low range, Characteristics of 503 has a gamma curve
similar to analog CRT, which doesn’t require the artificial process for offsetting gamma curve
of input signal in video processing 15
CLEAR driving method: the way to increase gradations

502MX:
12 sub-field x 2 (Field-to-field offset alternating) x 16 (Dither & Error dispersion) = 384 gradations

503CMX:
Sub-field Field-to-field offset alternating Dither & Error dispersion Total gradations
PAL 13 x2 x 32 = 832
PC 10 x2 x 32 = 640
NTSC 12 x2 x 32 = 768
Output luminance level

1 1 1

1st Field Field-to-field offset Dither & Error


2nd Field alternating dispersion
0.5 0.5 0.5

0 0 0
0 12 24
0 6 12 0 12 24

Input Signal level


Dithering & Error dispersion
Each field (1/60 sec) can have 12 steps. (in case of NTSC) method realized by 10bit precise
With using 2 neighboring fields, different grayscales are calculation refines the analog-like
assigned. By combining these 2 fields, grayscales in- smooth gamma curve
between can be generated. As a result of it, another 12
steps can be implemented to get 2 times as many 16
grayscales as that of 1 field.
Gradation Reproduction in Low Brightness Range

Pioneer’s CLEAR* driving technology has succeeded in eliminating


false contour of poor gradation areas. Details in shadow that were
previously obscured in conventional PDP can now be seen.
(*CLEAR: high-Contrast & Low Energy Address & Reduction of false contour
sequence. We alternatively call it “Continuous Emission Display Technology”)

Even with dark images, detailed patterns are faithfully reproduced.

Pioneer CLEAR drive


Conventional PDPs exhibit rough gradations in the low brightness
range, so image quality in dark areas is inferior. Pioneer’s gradation
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slope is much smoother.
CLEAR sub-field driving method
Continuous Emission Display Technology

Reset Address Sustain


BIT NOLSB 2BIT 3BIT 4BIT 5BIT 6BIT 7BIT 8BIT 9BIT 10BIT11BIT MSB
0
Grayscale

1 ›
2 › ›
3 › › › Continuous
light emission
4 › › › ›
5 › › › › ›
6 › › › › › ›
7 › › › › › › ›
8 › › › › › › › ›
9 › › › › › › › › ›
10 › › › › › › › › › ›
11 › › › › › › › › › › ›
12 › › › › › › › › › › › ›
bright
Time (1/60 sec, NTSC)

•Only one reset discharge per field


•Continuous light Emission of the needed number of pulse
•No random light emission = No more random gaps without emission
Results :
•Higher Contrast (Lowest brightness less than 1cd/m2)
•Less Addressing power consumption: 1/3 vs 501
•No Dynamic False contour
High Contrast & Low Energy Address & Reduction of false contour sequence 18
Main PCB Layout PDP503CMX
Power Supply Resonance Assy
Address Modules

Scan Modules
V-Mid Clamp PCB

X-Drive
Y-Drive

Audio Assy

Digital Video Assy

Address Modules
RGB Assy
Input Assy Video Card

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Overall BLOCK DIAGRAM
DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER
IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC
VADR2 CLK/LE IC6501 VADR2 VADR2 CLK/LE IC6601 VADR2
BUFFER IC ADDRESS CONNECT B BUFFER IC
ADDRESS CONNECT A ASSY
ASSY AA1 AB1
CLA1 CLAMP CLAMP
BGA1 Q6706 to Q6711
VADR_GEN
CLAMP A BRIDGE A ADR RESONANCE K2
ASSY ASSY ASSY K1
SAA3
+60 ADR_CO
SAA1 SAA2
THERMAL SENSOR
ASSY
SCAN A ASSY POWER SUP
+13.5V
(UPPER) +6.5V
D9 D16 T101 Switching
TE1 D8 -9V Q115
IC5
VCC_VH
IC6201 +12V V+5V_
ADD Switching
PSUS +15V
SEL_PULSE +12 Q119
+12V T102 Switching Switching
V+3V Q117
IC5 V+5V_STB
VCC_VH DC-DC CONVERTER T103 T104
IC6202 V_OFS VCC_VH V_IC5V
T
ADD MODULE V+2V
SEL_PULSE VC_VF- 12V
VCP
VC_VF+
IC5 VSU
VCC_VH DC/DC
IC6203 CONV VADR
V+3V VSUS
ADD Y4 BLOCK
SEL_PULSE DIGITAL ASSY
+5V +15V VSUS
IC5 Y-SUS
Y1 KL_U0:2
VCC_VH MASK
IC6204 PSU BLOCK IC1703
ADD Drive XDRV_SIG
IC2206 XY DRV SEQUENCE
SEL_PULSE Pulse Module Signal PATTERN GEN. ADL_LE_UL
+5V P1 P2 P5 P6
IC5 +15V VSUS TEMP ADL_LE_DL
VCC_VH
IC6205 V+2V
VCC_VH
ADD V+3V
V_IC5V
SEL_PULSE
IC5 +RESET Block V+3V
VCP V+3V_ V+2V_IC
VCC_VH X180
IC6206 LOGIC
ADD BLOCK CLK GEN
SEL_PULSE +5V +15V VSUS
V+5V_ST
SCAN
Y3 Y-SUS IC2204 YDRV_SIG IC1301(IC31 L)
Drive
MASK Pulse Module SUB-FILD CONV.
BLOCK Signal for LEFT with FILD MEM.
SCAN_SIG +3V,+2V STB+5V
Y5 RGB ASSY
+15V
R2 R4 R9
IC5
VCC_VH
IC6001 BA2:9
ADD SCAN
SOFT-D Y2
V_IC5V VCC_VH BLOCK V+3V_I V+2V_I BB2:9
SEL_PULSE
C GA2:9 IC5301(IC30) IC5601
IC5 GB2:9 WIDE UCOM
VCC_VH
IC6002
ADD
SEL_PULSE
Y DRIVE ASSY
IC1401 (IC31 R3
IC5 SUB-FILD CONV. RA2:9
VC_VF+ VC_VF- V_OFS
VCC_VH PSUS For RIGHT with FILD MEM.
IC6003 RB2:9 SD RAM SD RAM
ADD 16M 16M 3State Buffer
SEL_PULSE Scan Signal
OFFSET
IC5 BLOCK BA2:9
IC6004
VCC_VH Y6 IC4
V_IC5V BB2:9
ADD IC5001(IC102) A/D PL
SEL_PULSE ADLCLK_DR SD RAM
GA2:9 16M
IC5 Photo Coupler V+3V_ IC5102(IC101)
VCC_VH BLOCK V+5V_STB GB2:9
IC6005 SD RAM
ADD IC119 16M
SEL_PULSE FLASH
ROM
IC5 +3V,+5V,-5V,+9V
VCC_VH V+3V_
IC6006 RA2:9
IC120 TXD/RX
ADD R6
MODULE IC1101 RB2:9
SEL_PULSE PSUS
UCOM PANEL UCOM
TXD0/RXD0
RE
SCAN B ASSY LED_SIG
(LOWER)
I2
+3V,+5V
SIDE KEY D12
ASSY D13
REG
D17
KEY CONNECTOR
+3V
ASSY
9V,±5V, 12V,13.5V,-9V, T3
6.5V,STB5V T6 RE
3V
T4 T1 T5 12V,13.5V, T2
SW1 KL1 KL2 -9V,6.5V
12V,9V,±5V,3V STB5V 3ST
13.5V,6.5V,-9V 12V,
STB5V
C1
SPR1 CONTROL ASSY REG
C3
IR IN1 DET SEL SEL
ASSY SP OUT R 232C Plug&Play R
DRIVER E2PROM
RE1
ASSY
Combi Component/ OUTPUT Component/ Audio Audio
L OUT SR IN SR OUT Combi RS-232C
OUT RGB RGB IN OUT
IN
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 1/2/5
ADR_C SAB
SAB2
+60
SAB3
K1
CLAMP C ASSY BRIDGE C K2
ASSY
Q6706 to Q6711
CLC1 BGC1 VADR_GEN
CLAMP CLAMP
ADDRESS CONNECT D ADDRESS CONNECT C
ASSY ASSY ADR RESONANCE ASS
IC6901 IC6881
AD1 BUFFER IC AC1
VADR2 CLK/LE VADR2 VADR2 CLK/LE BUFFER IC VADR2
DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER
IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM
R DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER DRIVER
IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC
VADR2 CLK/LE IC6801 VADR2 VADR2 CLK/LE IC6901 VADR2
BUFFER IC BUFFER IC
ADDRESS CONNECT C ADDRESS CONNECT D
AC1 AD1
ASSY CLAM ASSY CLAMP
BGB1 CLB1
Q6706 to Q6711
VADR_GEN
2 BRIDGE B CLAMP B
K3 ASSY ASSY
K1
SAA3 SUB ADDRESS A
+60 ADR_CO ASSY
SAA1 SAA2
POWER SUPPLY MODULE RC101
X CONNECTOR
A ASSY
M111 VM2
Switching LIVE
Q119 Q122 NEAUTRAL V MID CLAMP
Switching ASSY
RL101
PRIMARY
T103 T104 T105 T105 V MID CLAMP U
SECONDARY
VSUS_CONT V MID CLAMP L
STB5V V_RN
VADR VSUS M114
POWER(RELAY)
VM1 DC/DC V_SUS +5V +15V
VCP
CONV
BLOCK
IC3200 P_SUS
Pulse X_SUS
P5 P6 P3 P4 MASK
Module
Drive
Signal
X1
X3
+5V
V_RN +15V
LOGIC +Reset
STB+5V R1 BLOCK Pulse
STB+5V Block
STB+5V R8
R4 R9 12V,5V +15V
MX AUDIO ASSY
A6 X2
FAN_D
IC8701 V_SUS +5V +15V VCP
+5V_AD/RGB REGULATOR
FAN_Mute
IC5601 IC5505
WIDE UCOM MAIN UCOM OP-AMP(Buf) Drive P_SUS
Signal IC3201 X_SUS
FAN_NG Pulse MASK
FLASH Module
ROM I2C-BUS Temp3
Audio_NG A7
IC4803
PLD for SYNC A5
3State Buffer
+5VSTB
D.C Det
MATRIX +15V
+15V,+5VSTB X DRIVE ASSY X4
IC4603
IC5001(IC102) A/D PLL AMP R_OUT
R_Audio IC8601
6M LPF L_Audio Audio POWER AMP
Mute L_OUT
A_Mute2
A3
X CONNECTOR
A1 B ASSY
S1 S2
R6 SLOT CONNECTOR
S3 ASSY MX LED ASSY
L1
+3V,+5V,-5V V1
IC7302 E2PROM
+7V,-8V CHROMA DECODE (4-1SEL) I2C-BUS
REG
+3V,+5V 6M LPF Expander
6MLPF
+7V SECAM
T3 REG 3D Y/C
FLT
3L Y/C &CNR
3STATE Buffer
SD RAM
6M LPF
SPL1
IC7401 SEL IN3 DET IN4 DET
TMDS SEL SP OUT L
Receiver ASSY
AWV1906 Only
L OUT
o Audio DVI-D Audio S-Video Audio Composite OUTPUT
OUT VIDEO SLOT
INPUT 5
ST1 ASSY
INPUT3 INPUT4
SAB1
SUB ADDRESS B
SAB2 ADR_C ASSY
+60
SAB3
K1
K2 BRIDGE D ASSY CLAMP D ASSY
Q6706 to Q6711
VADR_GEN BGD1 CLD1
K3 CLAMP CLAM
AB1 ADDRESS CONNECT B ASSY ADDRESS CONNECT A ASSY
ADR RESONANCE ASSY
IC6601 IC6501
CLK/LE BUFFER IC AA1 CLK/LE BUFFER IC
VADR2 VADR2 VADR2 VADR2
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IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC
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Overview PDP-503CMX.–
Audio/FAN/ FAN (AXM1040)
RGB Assy (AWZ6632) Digital video Assy (AWV1903) Temp3
IN1 RGBin RGB I/O Assy (AWZ6631) * RGB decoder for video signal * Dither/Error dispersion MX Audio Assy
(Dsub15) * IN1/2 Terminals RGBHV * A/D converter * Sub-Filed conversion (L/R) (AWZ6644)
RGB dat 2ch PWR On/Off
* IN1/IN2 input RGB/SY select * Digital video processing * Field Memory * Audio AMP
YPbPr ( Picture control ) PD cont
* Mini/Pin Audio select * Drive sequence gen. * FAN Drive
IN2 RGBin * Low Voltage regulators * IP conversion * DC-DC Conv for Low voltages SP out assy L/R
Audio used within this assy.
(BNC) (3/5/9/12V) * OSD addition HD/VD/CLK TH Sensor assy * Terminal
* Image size control (WIDE) * Panel control CPU (Panel drive) Temp1 (AWZ6639) * Thermal sense (L)
*Component in YCbCr * Sync control * Module control CPU * Thermal sense
S-Data
with PDA-5002 SLOT Connect Assy RGB * System control CPU (Comm with system/panel CPU/
(AWZ6634) HV Power control, PD control ) X DRV Data
(Key/Remote/Temp/FAN/
* Slot card interface Audio
Comm with module CPU) Reso data
* TH sensor (Temp2) Reso data
Video slot Assy, PDA-5002 Sub ADR A Assy
IN3 S in
(AWV1906) Y DRV Data & Sel data
(AWZ6646)
(Din6p) *Adr Fault det
* IN3/4 Terminals Adr Data
IN4 C.Vin * IN3/IN4 input select Adr Data
Adr Data Adr Data Bottom voltage
(BNC) * YC seap ADR Reso Assy
* Color decoder CL A assy Vadr Vadr (AWZ6630) Vadr CL B assy Vadr
Br A assy Br B assy
IN5 DVI-Din Key (AWZ6650)
(AWZ6620) *ADR Voltage gene. (AWZ6621) (AWZ6651)
* DVI-D terminal, TMDS
Tx/Rx ADR connect B ADR connect C
decoder Rem ADR connect A ADR connect D
(NSP) (NSP) (NSP) (NSP)
RS232C in * Dat line buffer&latch * Dat line buffer&latch
* Dat line buffer&latch * Dat line buffer&latch
Cont in/out
Combi in/out IR Receive assy Control assy Vsus Address ICs X 40 (NSP)

* Select pulse add * Select pulse add


AWZ6643 (AW6633) * Latch & Upper Address drive Vsus

X connector A
REM IN +230V Sel Psus

* connetor
* Vol level conv +230V

* Y Drive
data

Scan A

(NSP)
(NSP)
IND assy
(AWZ6642)
* LED Y Drive assy 3840 ADR
Key cont assy (AWZ6645) 384 X,Y Psus X Drive assy
Psus PDP PANEL
(AWZ6638) * Sustain Y Drive (AWV1901)
Side SW assy (1280 x 768)
* Key matrix * Select pulse buffer Psus * Sustain X Drive

X connector B
(AWZ6637) 384 X, Y

* connector
decoder * D-D Conv for * D-D conv Vrn

* Y Drive
* Key SW

Scan B
3840 ADR

(NSP)
(NSP)
VH/Vofs/Vf Psus

STB PWR on/off Sel


+5V PD cont data
Vsus +230V Address ICs X 40 (NSP) V MID CLP
* Latch & Lower Address drive (AWV1934)
ADR connect D ADR connect A * Bottom Vol clamp
Power Supply Assy (AXY1053) ADR connect C ADR connect B
(NSP) (NSP) (NSP)
Vadr +60V (NSP)
* SW P.S for STBY / Low / ADR * Dat line buffer&latch * Dat line buffer&latch * Dat line buffer&latch
* Dat line buffer&latch
/ VSUS Voltage. CL C assy Br C assy Br D assy CL D assy
* PD Control Vcc (AWZ6652) (AWZ6622) ADR Reso Assy (AWZ6623) (AWZ6653)

Vadr Vadr (AWZ6630) Vadr Vadr


* Power factor improver *ADR Voltage gene.
Bottom voltage

Sub ADR BAssy


(AWZ6647) Reso data
AC IN *Adr Fault det

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VIDEO CARD (PDA-5002)
HD_PLKU : SDIN_SEL1 (pin 18)
IC7410 pin 7 → No.12
VD_PLKU :
IC7410 pin 5 → No.12 Input5 SELECT : Lo
SCDT : OTHERS : Hi
Hi : Active Link
Lo : Inactive Link
IC7410 SCDT (pin 126)
TC7WH04FU HD_PLKU (pin 25)
Inverter CLK_PLK : IC7307 pin 7 → No.10, 11 VD_PLKU (pin 23)
HD_PLK : IC7307 pin 7 → No.9 - 12
DE_PLK : IC7307 pin 7 → No.9 - 11
VD_PLK : IC7307 pin 5 → No.9 - 12
CLK_PLK (pin 130)
PLK_CNT [0 : 4] DE_PLK (pin 128)
HD_PLK (29)
VD_PLK (27)
CN7402 IC7401 IC7402 - IC7407
AKP1216 TFP201A LCX541FT
Input 5 TMDS Receiver 3 State Buffer RA_PLKO [0 : 7](pin 154-161)
DVI-D Terminal In GA_PLKO [0 : 7](pin 142-149)
BA_PLKO [0 : 7](pin 132-139)
BB_PLKO [0 : 7](pin 54-61)
GB_PLKO [0 : 7](pin 42-49)
RB_PLKO4 : RB_PLKO [0 : 7](pin 32-39)
IC7407 pin 15 → No.10, 11
DVI_PS R (pin 15)
Input5 SELECT : Hi
OTHERS : Lo L (pin 13)
Hi : Normal Operation
Lo : Power Down IN4_DET :
Hi : No Signal
Lo : Exist
IN4_DET pin 117)
JA7004
DKB1031
Input 3
(Audio In) IN3_DET :
IC7003 Hi : No Signal
TC4052BF IC7004 Lo : Exist
2 - 1 Selector UPC4570G2
IN3_DET pin 118)
INPUT4 NTSC Color Bar
HD_PLD : IC7303 pin 7 → No.7
VD_PLD : IC7303 pin 5 → No.8
CN7002
AKP1217 IC7303 VD_PLD (pin 11)
Input 3 TC7WH04FU HD_PLD (pin 9)
(Y/C In)
IN3 Signal
DET. Circuit

Chroma Decode (4 - 1 Select)


INPUT4 NTSC Color Bar
VY : IC7002 pin 7 → No.1
SECAM FLT

IC7302 TB1274AF
JA7003
DKB1031 IC7002 IC7101
Input 4 NJM2234M ML6428CS-1
(Audio In) 2 - Selector 6M LPF
IC7102 IC7105
CXD2064Q ML6428CS-1
3D Y/C 6M LPF
CR (pin 7)
IN4 Signal CB (pin 5)
VY SEL

BPF SW
DVI PS

DET. Circuit NT/PAL INPUT4 NTSC Color Bar


M/N
3DY : K7201 → No.2 Y (pin 3)
3DC : K7202 → No.3
IN

CN7001
AKX1051 IC7202 IC7201
Input 4 UPD64082GF-3BA ML6428CS-1
(Composite) 3D Y/C & CNP 6M LPF
IC7001
TK15420M
OUT

Video Driver INPUT4 NTSC Color Bar


IC7203 CR : K7301 → No.6
IS41C16256-35K CB : K7302 → No.5
Y : K7303 → No.4
IC7104 IC7103 SD RAM
24LC01B CXA1875AM
Expander
SDA (pin 106)
SCL (pin 104)
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Video Card (PDA-5002)
Input 3 : YC using a "S" connector and audio RCA X 2.

Input 4 : Composite in and out using (BNC) connectors


and audio RCA X 2.

Input 5 : DVI-D (Digital Visual Interface-Digital Host Only)


Audio can be connected to the main stereo mini
Jack for inputs 1 and 2.

Slot detect signal when inserted Is sent to the main CPU


Located on the RGB board. This allows inputs 3, 4 and 5
To be used as well as enabling High Definition signals
From inputs 1 or 2.

Signals from the DVI connector are sent through a TMDS


Receiver (Time Minimized Differential Signaling) and on
To the RGB board as 8 bit 2 phase digital RGB.

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RGB Block
Main IC’s Function/Control
IC5505 Main System Microprocessor Module CPU, Wide Control CPU, Input
frequency sync detect, RS232 control,
Remote & key control, input switching, Fan
control and Thermal sensor monitor
IC4803 Sync Processing Generates sync for OSD with no input,
separates and processes all sync inputs
except DVI and sets clamp levels for sync
output to I/P selector IC
IC5301 Digital Video Processor Adjusts screen size, digital video enhance,
On screen display generator, 8 to 10 bit
converter (dither & error dispersion control)
IC4603 AD Converter Converts all input analog video signals to
digital RGB (8 bit) except DVI
IC4402 RGB Decoder Converts Y/PB/PR and Y/CB/CR signals to
RGB and outputs to the A to D converter
IC5102 & 5001 I/P Converter & Selector Converts input digital RGB signals from
Interlace to progressive and from 8 bit one
phase input to 8 bit 2 phase output

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RGB ASSY
IP conv
IC5102
(PE5066ACK)
SD RAM
IPKILL(68)

IC101
PRP[0:15]
PBP[0:15]

CLK(236)
HWR(66)
FILM(70)

16M
UD[8:15]

UA[0:20]
RES(62)

YP[0:15]
PBI[0:7]
PR[0:7]
RD(65)
CS(67)

HP(55)
VP(56)
YI[0:7]

HI(57)
VI(58)
FI(64)

SD RAM VCLK(132)
16M DEO(99)
HDO(98)
VDO(97)
DVI/Other sel
HI(168)
VI(167)
FI(166)

HP(170)
VP(169)

BA_IP[0:7] CLK(3)

RAO[0:7]RBO[0:7]
YP[0:15]
PBP[0:15]
PRP[0:15]
CLP2(279) YI[0:7]
HBLK1(280)PBI[0:7]
VBLK1(282) PR[0:7]

GAO[0:7]GBO[0:7]
BAO[0:7]BBO[0:7] (LCX541)
2-1
EMG_IP(67)
HD_AD(52)
VD_AD(53)

GA_IP[0:7]
CLP1(278)

RA_IP[0:7]

Selector
VACT(61)
FDET(60)

WAIT(62)

HWR(64)

RES(56)

IC5001
RD(65)

Buffer
sync
CS(66)

IP select
IC102
D-D conv
I/O ASSY (LCX125)
CLK SEL
AD conv
IC4603
DIVOUT
(103)

1/2CLK
(101)

IC4004 (CXA3516R)
13.5V V+12V V+12V
A/D PLL AMP
IC4002 (2-1 Select)
V+9V V+9V HOLD(106) XUNLOCK
R_CrOUT(3)
B/CbOUT(1)
G/YOUT(2)

(104)
IC4003
6.5V V+5V V+5V SYNCIN(111/112)
in 5 Video DVI in

CLPIN(113)
V+3.3V IC4005 V+3.3V AD
V+3.3V IC4006 V+3.3V PLD CLP_AMP
ACL
IC4001
-9V V-5V V-5V
ACL AMP
STB+5V STB+5V RGB decode
CBLK_MAT IC4402 SDA(56)
CLP_MAT SCP-IN (CXA2101AQ) SCL(55) EXT_INT
IC4110 (31) MATRIX ~35M
(24LCS21A) (3-1 Select)
INPUT1 Plug&Play
1/2 select Circuit
Digital RGB

Component ROM
/RGB GeonSYNC(1) Clamp
2-1 SYNC SEP SW
CBLK_LPF GeonSYNC(2) SEL
6M LPF
(LT1399CS) Time
Circuit

HD_SEP(106)
VD_SEP(107)

CLP_SEP(99)
HPOL(98)
VPOL(97)
HSTATE(96)
VSTATE(93)

CLP_SW1(91)
CLP_SW2(92)
3CH
INPUT1 Video
Monitor IC4108 Analog RGB HV / YPbPr
Amp. (BA7657F) DIVOUT(32)
Out
RGB in 1/2 Video HD_30(72)
2-1 SW sync out HD_PLL(27)
VD_AD(8)
(TC74VHC541) in 1/2 sync HD_RGB(41)
-HS(100)
+HS(101)
TTL VD_RGB(42) +VS(102)
Conv. in 5 sync HD_PLK2(117)
VD_PLK2(116)
INPUT2 in 3/4 sync
HD_PLD(119)
VD_PLD(118)
CLP_AMP(28)
CLP_MAT(111)
CBLK_MAT(110)
Sync
Component
/RGB INPUT1
Input DET.
CLP1(5)
CLP2(6)
HBLKT(7)
CBLK_LPF(109)
HDLD_PLL(31)
processing
VBLKT(8)
Terminator

Terminator IN1DET
SW WP_SW
SW

in 3/4 Video
IC4103 IC4104
(TC4052BF) (TA7630P)
Audio EXT/INT Pre-Amp.
Input SEL
VOL
EXT_INT
IC4103
(TC4052BF) Chroma Decode (4-1 Select)
Audio Mute (LCX541)
Output FIX/VAL Line Buffer
SEL SD RAM
6M LPF 6M LPF
FIX_VAR SECAM
A_MUTE1
(TFP201H) FLT I2C BUS
TMDS RECEIVER 3L Y/C 3D Y/C&CNR
3D_RST
6M Expan.
Audio Amp. A_MUTE2 2-1 2-1 LPF DVI_PS DBR
SEL SEL
AUDIO_NG VY_SBL
Audio Audio VIDEO VIDEO
Input A Input B DVI Y/C IN OUT
RGB
DVI Sync Y/PB/PR
Y/CB/C
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R
DIGITAL VIDEO
ASSY
SD RAM SD RAM
16M 16M D.Video process RGB ASSY
100MHz
X'tal
sub field conv
2ch 10bit RGB
OSD_RXD(21)

RA[0:9]RB[0:9]
OSD_CLK(22)

MCLKO(152)

CLK2A(247)

screen size GA[0:9]GB[0:9]


MCLKI(242) Enhance BA[0:9]BB[0:9] IC31
2ch 8bit RGB RAI[0:7]RBI[0:7] OSD CLKOUT(88) (1/2)
GAI[0:7]GBI[0:7] Dither
DEO(92)
HDO(91)
sync
RESETB(303)

VD Shift
OSD_CE(23)

BAI[0:7]BBI[0:7] OSDH(62)
HWRB(301)

VDO(90)
OSD_V(49)
RDB(302)

CLKI(286) HDI(297) IC5301


CS4B(1)

DEI(296) VDI(299) IC5602


(PD6357B)
HIS(300) IC30 (MEM29L800TA-90PFIN)
Flash ROM
PLD shift
IC31
UA [0 : 20] RST IC (2/2)
UD [0 : 15]
AND
H(119)
VI(31)
FI(118)
HD_W(117)
VD_W(34,73)
DE_W(33,72)
WACT_FRCT(32)

RY/BY(102)

CS_FLASH(69)
FEW_CE(60) A13_FLASH(70)
WAIT_FLASH(102)

RESET(61)

CS_30(66)
IC_RST(126)
RDB(91)
Wide Control
HWRS(92)
IC5601 V+3VD
(HD64F2328VF)
Wide UCOM
SGLB_AD(79) DC/DC
EXT_RXD(62)

EXT_TXD(60)

REQ_WU(71)

Converter
D_BUSY(64)
WU_CE(29)
D_RXD(61)
D_CLK(63)

MD2(125)

DLK_PLL(105) V+2VD
PLL_OE(33)
φ(88)

TXD_WU(97)
SCK_WU(101)
HWR_DLAY
HWR_30
IC5503 IC5501 (M5223) (LM50C1M3)
(TC74WHTC541AFT) (TC74WHTC541AFT) OP AMP Thermo
5V → 3.3V Converter 3.3V → 5V Converter Sensor 2
Wide UCOM Write Connector
TC7W126FU
OSD_CE
(45)
WU_CE(47)

FWE(68)

MD2(69)

RST_WU(70)

WE_WU(71)

REQ_WU(74)

BUSY(54)

IN5DET(49)

RST2(75)

BUSY30(55)

TEMP2(95)
DIN_SEL
ULK_PLL(30)

(66)
ACL_SW(58)
CLK(125)
SCL(29)
SDA(30) System U-COM
IC4803 SIGRST(88) TXD0(35)
FR_SEL(134) FR_SEL(51)
(EPM3256ATC144-10) PLD_CE(137) RXD0(36)
PLD for SYNC PLD_CE(90) IC5505
WP_SW(21)
SCK(128) TXD(1) (M3062FGAFP)
TXD(138) CLK(2) VOL(4) Main UCOM WE_MD(72)
sync H_POL_U(132) H_POL(79) EXT_INT(76) Module UCOM
V_POL_U(131) V_POL(80)
HD_U(140)
VD_U(139)

FIX_VAR(84)
det SYNC_ST(136) SYNC_ST(85) A_MUTE1(77)
TC7W126FU
SLOT_ST(93) A_MUTE2(78)
SLOT_ST2(22) PNL_MUTE(60)
SDIN_SEL(67) POWER(53)

KEY1_SCAN(20)
RGB_SEL(52) REQ_MD(19)

AUDIO_NC(42)
IN1DET(40) REM(18)

FAN_NG(48)
EEPRST(83)
H_SYNC(5)
H_SYNC(6)

(E)SDA(82)
(E)SCL(81)

LED_G(37)
LED_R(38)
CB_MUTE

CNVSS(9)
TEMP(94)

RXD1(32)
TXD1(31)
DPMS(7)

BUS(34)
(50)

RST(12)
FAN(3)
IN3DET(36)
IN4DET(37)
IC5504, IC5509
(74HCT00) IC5502
SYNC SEL (24LC64(I)SN Main UCOM (PS9248N)
EEP ROM Write Connector RST IC
Adj data THERMO
Backup data SENSOR FAN KEY LED RS-232C REM
Slot
State
IN3DET IN3DET EEPROM
2-phase
10-bit RGB
2-phase
DVI 8-bit RGB
Sync 27
RGB Block Signal Flow

Inputs 1 or 2 from the I/O assy if RGB go directly to IC4603 (RGB A/D converter), if the signals are
component they enter IC4402 and then converted to RGB and sent to IC4603. After A/D
conversion takes place from IC4603 the now Digital 8-bit RGB is sent onto IC5001 & IC5102 the
interlace to progressive and selector IC’s. After I/P conversion the signals are sent out from
IC5001 as 2 channel 8-bit RGB through a selector switch and onto IC5301 the Digital Video
Processor IC. IC5301 contains the video correction circuitry needed to process the RGB signal.
Brightness, contrast, white balance, video enhance, screen size and on-screen display are all
controlled by IC5301. The output from the Video Process IC is 10-bit 2 channel RBG and exits
this assembly and enters the Digital Video Board.

Inputs 3 or 4 from the video card after conversion to Y/CB/CR (inside the video card) follow the
exact same path as the component flow for inputs 1 or 2.

The DVI input (input 5) from the video card is already 8-bit 2 channel digital RGB and bypasses
the RGB decode, A/D converter and I/P converter. The DVI signals directly enter the Digital Video
processor (IC5301).

Sync paths for all inputs enter IC4803 (sync processor) through various inputs. After sync
separation is preformed and analog to digital converting the sync outputs (for inputs 1, 2, 3 or 4)
is sent to the I/P select chip IC5001. The output from the I/P select chip is sent to a selector
switch. This switch will allow the RBG & sync or the DVI & sync to be sent onto the Digital Video
Process IC.

Sync signals are also sent to the system control IC (IC5505) to determine input signal frequency.

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- Digital video circuit block -

Sub-field conv(Left)
Data left
Data left

2ch 10bit RGB

ADR PD
R2 - D2 Sub-field conv(Right)
25-44 GA/B
4 - 22 BA/B

Data Right Data Right

R3- D3 Sync
1 - 20 RA/B
22 CLK
24 DE
26 HD DRV signal sequencer
28 VD
DRV control
signals

Panel drv control CPU


DRV control
signals

PD det

disable PD
R3-D3
31 P.Mute
35/36 TX/RX PD det
47 REM
36 PWR

PWR ON
D1/5p D1/1p D1/6p

D1- P2
D.Video assy 10 Relay
compatible for HDE/MXE/Module. 12 AC-Off
13 PD_Trig

Module CPU detect and set appropriate


operation mode.

Vofs
compensation

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Digital Video Assembly

The 2 phase 10 bit RGB signal, sync, data and clock lines input the
Digital Video Assembly from the RGB assembly. The signals pass
through the line buffer and into IC1301 and IC1410 (sub-field Data
Generators) where the address data is generated and sent out to the left
section and right section address connectors A-D.
X and Y drive sustain control is preformed by IC1703 and the panel
microcomputer IC1101. The panel microcomputer monitors the
horizontal and vertical drive signals to select the proper refresh rate. The
module microcomputer IC1207 controls the panel microcomputer via
logic lines sent through voltage logic level converters. IC1207 is
controlled by IC5505 the main microcomputer on the RGB board. IC1207
functions also include thermal sensor monitoring, dew detection, reset
control and is used not only to switch on the power supply but to also
switch off the power supply should one of the power down detect lines
activate.

30
- Y drive circuit block -
Scan logic

Reset pulse gene

Logic Block
Sus pulse gen

Sus pulse gen

Sus mask Block

Detect over current


of 15V or Vcp.

Voffset gene

Detect over current D-D conv


over voltage of Vofs/
Vh/IC5V.

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Y- Drive Block
The Y- Drive PCB receives Scan and Y – Drive signals from the
Digital Video Assembly’s drive sequence generator. Scan signals
are processed by the logic block and sent out to the upper and
lower scan drive assembly’s. The Y – Drive signals ( YSUS up,
YSUS down, YSUS B plus and YSUS ground are also sent to the
logic block. The four signals are sent out in parallel to the upper
and lower sustain pulse generators. The drive signal output from
the sustain pulse generators are controlled by reset, offset and
mask FET’s shown in each block to obtain the Panel Sustain signal
sent to the upper and lower scan drive modules. This module also
contains a DC to DC converter, dew detect and over current detect
circuits.

32
- X drive circuit block -

Sus pulse gen

Logic Block

Sus pulse gen

Sus mask Block

-Reset pulse gen

Detect over current


of 15V or Vcp.
Detect over current
of reset pulse.

Detect over current.


Over voltage of Vrn.
Vrn D-D conv

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X- Drive Block
The X- Drive PCB receives X – Drive signals from the Digital Video
Assembly’s drive sequence generator. The X – Drive signals ( XSUS
up, XSUS down, XSUS B plus and XSUS ground are sent to the
logic block. The four signals are sent out in parallel to the upper
and lower sustain pulse generators. The drive signal output from
the sustain pulse generators are controlled by reset and mask
FET’s shown in each block to obtain the Panel Sustain signal sent
to the upper and lower X connector assembly’s. This module also
contains a DC to DC converter and over current detect circuits.

34
- Sub Address circuit block -

To ADR K power down detection

Power
Detect over current of Vadr line.

1
Supply

Detect Stop of Vadr pulse

To
Digital
Video
Assembly

To
Address
Resonance
Assembly
Detect current load of ADR IC.
ADR load detect Limit the number of adr data pulses.

35
Sub Address Block
The two Sub Address Circuits are located just above and below the
address driver connect assembly’s ( between B & C connectors ).
See the overall block Diagram for locations. The upper and lower
sub address circuits monitor the current draw of the 60 volt supply
to the address drivers. If a small amount of current draw is detected
(more than normal) a signal is sent back to the Digital Video
Assembly (ADRK EMG1) as an emergency signal and the Digital
Video Assembly will limit the number of address data pulses in
order to lower the current draw. If the current draw is too large the
address power down signal will be sent to the Digital Video
Assembly (ADRK PD) and the panel will go into power down
condition. (red flashing LED).

36
Address resonance/V mid clamp circuit block -
ADR resonance assy
K2

Vadr(60V)

10

19
20
21
22
23

K3- VM*
1 SW
2 DGND
3 ADRGND To Bridge/
4 V MID Clamp assy
5 V ADR

37
Address Resonance & V-Mid Assembly’s
The two Address Resonance circuits are located next to each Sub
Address PCB and the V-Mid circuit is located just to the right of the
power supply PCB. In later production models the V-Mid assembly
will be located on the power supply bracket. These circuits are used
to protect the address driver IC’s in the event of extreme picture
changes. An example would be if the entire picture was alternating
each cell black and white. This causes the IC’s to overheat. The
Digital Video circuit will detect the rapid frequency change in the
addressing signals and will turn on the V-Mid clamp switch. The V-
Mid circuit will take the normally 60 volt address output signal and
lower it by half (30 volts). The voltage will return to normal once the
Digital Video circuit has determined the frequency to be an
acceptable rate.

38
- MX audio circuit block -

1 3 1
2
2 4 3

1
6
10

IC8703 12
2

1
3 2
4 3
5

12 11 5 3

Detect DC on
output line
3
FAN speed 4
10 control

8
6 7
5
4 1
3
2
1

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Fan Drive & Audio Block
The fan drive circuit is located on the Audio MX assembly. Physical
location between the RGB and the X-Drive assembly’s. In normal
operation the two fans are off. The Main Microcomputer on the RGB
board (IC5505) monitors temperature sensor three and when the
temperature reaches 35° Celsius the fan drive signal is sent to the
regulator (IC8701) and the fans start at low speed. As the
temperature increases the fan speed also increases at a linear rate
until full speed has been reached. The panel will go into shut down
if the temperature reaches 78° Celsius (green flashing LED). Fan
rotation detectors are located in each fan motor, if no rotation is
detected IC8703 will instruct the CPU to enter shut down mode.

A DC detector monitors the output from the 2 watt audio amplifier


IC8601. If DC is detected on the right or left channel outputs the
detector sends an Audio_NG signal to the RGB CPU and the unit
enters the shut down state. (green flashing LED)

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Controls and Connectors

Controls and Connectors


Operation panel on the main unit
Main unit

Main unit
4
5
6
7

9
3 0
-

1 2 Note
When optional speakers have been connected,
the operation panel on the main unit will not be
operable.

Main unit Operation panel on the main unit

1 Display stand 4 STANDBY/ON button


Press to put the display in operation or standby
2 Remote control sensor mode.
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor
to operate the unit. 5 KEY LOCK/UNLOCK Button (concealed button)
This switches between main unit panel and remote
3 STANDBY/ON indicator control operation permitted/forbidden.
This indicator is red during standby mode, and
turns to green when the unit is in the operation 6 INPUT button
mode. Press to select input.
Flashes green when Power-Management function
is operating. 7 MENU button
The flashing pattern is also used to indicate error Press to open and close the on-screen menu.
messages.
8 ADJUST (5/∞/3/2) buttons
Use to navigate menu screens and to adjust various
settings on the unit.
Usage of cursor buttons within operations is clearly
indicated in the on-screen display.

9 SET button
Press to adjust or enter various settings on the unit.

0 SCREEN SIZE button


Press to select the screen size.

- AUTO SET UP button


When using computer signal input, automatically
sets the POSITION and CLOCK/PHASE to optimum
values.
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Controls and Connectors

Connection Panel
AC INLET
8Ω ~16Ω

OFF ON
SPEAKER
+ — L

- = ~

INPUT5 AUDIO INPUT3 S-VIDEO AUDIO INPUT4 VIDEO OUTPUT


DIGITAL RGB R L R L

! @ # $ % ^

CONTROL COMBINATION RS-232C INPUT1 (ON SYNC) INPUT2 (H/V SYNC) AUDIO
8Ω ~16Ω
R
OUTPUT G B R HD VD INPUT OUTPUT
SPEAKER IN OUT IN OUT ANALOG RGB (ANALOG RGB)
+ — 75Ô 2.2 (INPUT1/2)
Ω kΩ

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 0

Plasma Display Section

1 SPEAKER (R) terminal 4 RS-232C


For connection of an external right speaker. This terminal is used for adjustments by a PC (EIA-
Connect a speaker whose impedance is 8 -16 Ω. 232-F standard).
(See “5.5 RS-232C Adjustment Mode”)
2 CONTROL IN/OUT (monaural mini jacks)
For connection of PIONEER components that bear
5 INPUT1 (mini D-sub 15 pin)
the Î mark. Making CONTROL connection enables
For connection of components that have RGB or
control of the main unit as a component in a
component output jacks★ such as a personal
system.
computer, DVD player, or external RGB decoder.
(NOTE) The main unit cannot be operated by the
wired remote control RV-V107.
6 OUTPUT (INPUT1) (mini D-sub 15 pin)
3 COMBINATION IN/OUT Use the OUTPUT (INPUT1) connector to output the
Used when a number of sets are controlled video signal to an external monitor or other
collectively. (See “5.6 Combination Connection”) component.
Please use a mini DIN 6 pin cable (straight, fully (NOTE) • The video signal will not be output from
connected) available on the market as the the OUTPUT (INPUT1) connector when
connecting cable. the main power of this display is off or in
(NOTE) It has no ABL linking function. And it is not standby mode.
compatible with the RM-V4000V or other
• When connecting the main units in a
multi-projection. It is not output when the
series, please set the number that can be
main power is off.
connected as a total of 5 including the set
that the signal is initially input to. But a
condition for performing separate sink or
composite sink input and output is that
the sink level of the source used is at
least TTL level at 2.2kΩ terminal time.

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Controls and Connectors

7 INPUT2 (BNC jacks) Video Card <PDA-5002> Section ★


For connection of components that have RGB or
component output jacks★ such as a personal ! INPUT5 (DVI-D jack)
computer, DVD player, or external RGB decoder. Use to connect a computer.
Note: This unit does not support the display of
8 Synchronizing signal impedance selector switch copyguard-protected video signals.
Depending on the connections made at INPUT2, it
may be necessary to set this switch to match the @ AUDIO INPUT3 (RCA Pin jacks)
output impedance of the connected component’s Use to obtain sound when INPUT3 is selected.
synchronization signal. Connect these jacks to the audio output connectors
When the output impedance of the component’s of components connected to the video card’s
synchronization signal is below 75 Ω, set this switch INPUT3.
to the 75 Ω position. Note: The left audio channel (L) jack is not
compatible with monaural input sources.
9 AUDIO INPUT (Stereo mini jack)
Use to obtain sound when INPUT1, INPUT2 or # INPUT3 (S-video jack)
INPUT5★ is selected. For connection of components that have an S-video
Connect this jack to the audio output connector of the output jack such as a video deck, video camera,
device connected to the plasma display’s INPUT1 or laser disc player, or DVD player.
INPUT2, or to the audio output connector of the
device connected to the video card’s INPUT5★. $ AUDIO INPUT4 (RCA Pin jacks)
Use to obtain sound when INPUT4 is selected.
0 AUDIO OUTPUT (Stereo mini jack) Connect these jacks to the audio output connectors
Use to output the audio of the selected source of components connected to the video card’s
component connected to the main unit to an AV
INPUT4.
amplifier or similar component.
Note: The left audio channel (L) jack is not
- MAIN POWER switch compatible with monaural input sources.
Use to switch the main power or the main unit on
and off. % INPUT4 (BNC jack)
For connection of components that have a
= AC INLET composite video output jack such as a video deck,
A power cable is furnished with the main unit: video camera, laser disc player, or DVD player.
connect one end of the power cable to this
connector and the other end to a standard AC ^ OUTPUT (INPUT4) (BNC jack)
power source. Use the OUTPUT (INPUT4) jack to output the video
signal to an external monitor or other component.
~ SPEAKER (L) terminal
Note: The video signal will not be output from the
For connection of an external left speaker. Connect
OUTPUT (INPUT4) jack when the main power of
a speaker that has an impedance of 8 -16 Ω.
this display is off or in standby mode.

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Controls and Connectors

Pin layout
INPUT 1 (Mini D-sub, 15-pin connector; female) RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin connector; male)
pin layout pin layout
Note : Standard VGA connector (plug and play supported). Note : Plasma communicates as a DCE derice.
5 1 1 5

10 6

15 11 6 9

Pin No. $ INPUT1 input terminals % INPUT1 output terminals Pin No. Signal
1 R or CR/PR 1 NC (not connected)
2 G or Y 2 TxD (Transmit Data)
3 B or CB/PB 3 RxD (Receive Data)
4 NC (not connected) 4 NC (not connected)
5 GND 5 GND
6 GND 6 NC (not connected)
7 GND 7 NC (not connected)
8 GND 8 RTS (Request To Send)
9 DDC +5V NC (not connected) 9 NC (not connected)
10 GND
INPUT 5 ★ (DVI-D 24 pin connector; female)
11 NC (not connected)
pin layout
12 DDC SDA NC (not connected) 1 2

13 HD or H/V SYNC
14 VD
15 DDC SCL NC (not connected)
9 16
17 24
Pin No. Signal Assignment

1 T.M.D.S. Data2–
Combination IN/OUT terminal pin layout
2 T.M.D.S. Data2+
3 T.M.D.S. Data2/4 Shield
4 NC (No connection)
6 5
5 NC (No connection)
4 3 6 DDC Clock
7 DDC Data
2 1 8 NC (No connection)
9 T.M.D.S. Data1–
10 T.M.D.S. Data1+
Pin No. Combination Combination
11 T.M.D.S. Data1/3 Shield
IN OUT
12 NC (No connection)
1 GND GND 13 NC (No connection)
2 NC (not connected) NC (not connected) 14 +5V Power
3 TxD (output) RxD (input) 15 GND
16 Hot Plug Detect
4 NC (not connected) NC (not connected) 17 T.M.D.S. Data0 –
5 RxD (input) TxD (output) 18 T.M.D.S. Data0+
19 T.M.D.S. Data0/5 Shield
6 NC (not connected) NC (not connected)
20 NC (No connection)
21 NC (No connection)
22 T.M.D.S. Clock Shield
23 T.M.D.S. Clock+
44 24 T.M.D.S. Clock–
Remote Control Unit

Remote Control Unit

1 SCREEN SIZE button


Press to select the screen size.

1 7 2 INPUT buttons
Use to select the input.
8 ( , , and are used when the PDA-5002 is
connected.)
2 9
3 MENU button
Press to open and close the on-screen menu.

4 ADJUST (5/∞/3/2) buttons


3 0 Use to navigate menu screens and to adjust various
settings on the unit.
4 Usage of cursor buttons within operations is clearly
indicated at the bottom the on-screen menu display.
5
5 SET button
Press to adjust or enter various settings on the unit.

6 - 6 MUTING button
Press to mute the volume.

7 AUTO SET UP button


When using computer signal input, automatically
sets the POSITION and CLOCK/ PHASE to optimum
values.

8 STANDBY/ON button
Press to put the unit in operation or standby mode.

9 DISPLAY button
Press to view the unit’s current input and setup
mode.

0 POINT ZOOM button


Use to select and enlarge one part of the screen.

- VOLUME (+/–) buttons


Use to adjust the volume.

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Normal Operating Mode

Normal Operating Mode

About normal operating mode


Normal operating mode enables the following:

1 Input switching
• Pressing one of the INPUT buttons, 1 to 5 = Input switches over to the selected input.
• Pressing the INPUT button on the operating panel of the main unit = This switches the input to the next input.

2 Screen-size switching
• Repeated pressing the SCREEN SIZE button on the remote control or the operating panel of the main unit changes
screen size in the following sequence:
When reproducing video signals (signals other than PC signals) ★
= WIDE = 4 : 3 = FULL = ZOOM =
When reproducing PC signals
= DOT BY DOT = 4 : 3 = FULL = PARTIAL =

(NOTES) • The screen size at which playback can be performed differs according to the input signal.
See 5.1.3, “List of supported input signals”.
Displays with “(TYPE)” appended, such as FULL (TYPE), will sometimes appear, indicating a simplified
reproduction.
• If an HDTV signal is detected, the screen size will switch to FULL (fixed). ★
• During video playback, switching screen size to ZOOM or PARTIAL permits scrolling the screen up or
down with the 5 and ∞ buttons (V-SCROLL function).
Refer to section 5.1.4, “List of adjustable and settable items”.

You will note that the act of reduction, enlargement, etc. of the screen using the screen size changing
function of this machine at a coffee shop, hotel, etc. for profit or for public view may result in infringement
of the right of an author protected under the Copyright Law.

3 Display call
A Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control.
= The current input function, the incoming signal's horizontal and vertical frequencies, current screen size, and
other characteristics are displayed on the screen.
(NOTE) The displayed horizontal and vertical frequencies are measured values, and there may be some error in the
measurements.
B Push and hold the DISPLAY button on the remote control or the operating panel of the main unit for two or more
seconds while A is displayed.
= The various settings, internal temperature, etc. are displayed as shown on the screen below.

I NPUT 1

P L A SMA

P OWE R C O N T R O L : S T AN D AR D
POWE R MANAG E ME N T : ON
O F F T I ME R : 2 / 0. 5 / W
O R B I T E R MO DE : OF F
MA S K C O N T R O L : OF F
2 X 2 MO DE : OF F / U L
T E M P ERA T UR E :C H
HOUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 2 7H
I D NO. S E T : ––

FUL L

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Normal Operating Mode

4 Volume adjustment/Muting
• Push the VOLUME + button on the remote control. = The volume increases.
• Push the VOLUME – button on the remote control. = The volume decreases.
• Push the MUTING button on the remote control. = Each time the button is pushed, it switches from MUTING
ON to MUTING OFF, or vice versa.

5 Automatic adjustment of the screen


• During PC signal input, push the AUTO SET UP button on the remote control or main operating panel to automatically
adjust the screen
(NOTES) • Adjustment is impossible during video signal input. ★
• Adjustment is impossible during INPUT 5. ★
• It may be impossible to perform adjustment correctly in the case of a low brightness signal such as a
black or blue background.

6 Point zoom
• During PC signal input, push the POINT ZOOM button on the remote control.
= The POINT ZOOM screen appears.
• Select the expanded area and push the SET button.
= The expansion ratio changes as follows each time the button is pushed.
⇒ X1.5 ⇒ X2.0 ⇒ X3.0 ⇒ X4.0 ⇒
Notes) This operation is impossible during video signal input. ★

7 In addition to the above, several RS-232C commands are also available.


Refer to section 5.5, “RS-232C Adjustment Mode”.

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Menu Mode

Menu Mode

About menu mode


1) How to enter/exit menu mode
• To enter menu mode and display the menu screen (refer to section 5.3.2, “Example of menu mode operation”),
press the MENU button on the remote, or on the operating panel of the main unit while in normal operating mode.
To return to normal operating mode, press the MENU button again.

2) When you carry out adjustments using menu mode:


• Each of the adjustment values for PICTURE and SCREEN will be stored separately for each input function and
each input signal. For more details please refer to “5.4.5 PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values
memory area table” and “5.4.6 SCREEN adjustment values area table”.

3) Notes
(1) Menu mode is canceled automatically and normal operating mode is restored in the following cases:
• When the input signal has been switched
• When switching over to another input signal frequency
• When no control is operated for a period of approximately eight minutes
• When the KEY LOCK/UNLOCK button on the operating panel of the main unit is pressed
(2) For adjustments in the menu mode, refer to the operating manual.
(3) When making adjustments, we recommend using video signals that you actually intend to use.
(4) The items that can be adjusted and set vary for each input signal. Only the OPTION can be set when a video
signal is not being input.

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Menu Mode

Example of menu mode operation


Adjusting contrast is shown below as an example of basic operation in menu mode.

Step Switch the display on the menu screen


(activating menu mode).
Remote Main unit
control unit MAIN MENU INPUT4
PICTURE SET UP OPTION
MENU CO NT RA S T : 0
BR I GHT. : 0
C O L OR : 0

] T I NT : 0
S H A RP : 0

RE S E T

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

The currently selected item is


highlighted in yellow.

Step Select PICTURE.


Remote Main unit
control unit MAIN MENU INPUT4
PICTURE SET UP OPTION
CO NT RA S T : 0
BR I GHT. : 0
C O L OR : 0
T I NT : 0

]
S H A RP : 0

RE S E T

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

The currently selected item is


highlighted in yellow.

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Menu Mode

Step Select BRIGHT.


Remote Main unit
control unit

MAIN MENU INPUT4

‘ ‘ PICTURE
CO NT RAS T
SET UP
: 0
OPTION

B R I GHT . : 0
CO LOR : 0
T I NT : 0
SET S H ARP : 0

] RE S E T

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

Step Make adjustments.


Remote Main unit
control unit

]
BR I GH T . : 0
ADJUST SET SET MENU EXIT

Press the SET button to return to the screen in step 3.


To make other adjustments, repeat steps 2 to 4.

Step Complete the procedure.


Remote Main unit
control unit
MENU

] Restores normal operating mode.

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Menu Mode

Settings in menu mode

1) Rewriting the input display


The content displayed onscreen can be rewritten when input is changed.
Where INPUT1 is normally displayed, for example, could be changed to display the name of a peripheral device, such
as COMPUTER. (A maximum of 8 characters can be displayed.)

Example: Changing the INPUT LABEL from INPUT1 to COMPUTER

1 Press the INPUT button and select INPUT1.

2 Enter menu mode and select SET UP. Screen 2


MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
POWE R M A NA GEME NT : OF F

]
C L AMP P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V GA

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

3 Select INPUT LABEL. Screen 3


I NPUT 1

I N P UT L ABE L

]
I N P UT 1 BACK SPACE

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 . ,
' " / – ( ) @ : # ? & ~

RE S E T S P A CE E ND

SELECT SET SET MENU EXIT

4 Move the cursor to the first relevant character (C in the example) and press the SET button. (Repeat this process
to select all 8 characters.)
• Any of the 52 characters displayed on the menu screen can be used.
• When you select a character and then press the SET button, the input point will advance one character.
• If you make a mistake, select BACK SPACE and press the SET button. This will move the input point back one
character.
• To restore the display to the initial setting (INPUT1, in this case), select RESET and press the SET button.
• After you have finished inputting characters, move the cursor to END and press the SET button.

51
Menu Mode

Setting POWER MANAGEMENT and AUTO POWER ON/OFF


To save electricity, this function automatically shifts the device into power-saving mode when no picture (sync)
signal is detected.
• If not using this power-saving function
→ select OFF.
• To enter power standby if no input signal is detected after 8 min
→ select AUTO POWER OFF: ON.
• To switch between routine operating status and power-saving status, in accordance with the presence of signals
→ Select POWER MANAGEMENT: ON.

Set-able condition : POWER MANAGMENT: INPUT 1 (personal computer signal), INPUT5★


AUTO POWER OFF; other than the above
Factory preset : OFF

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to POWER MANAGEMENT


(AUTO POWER OFF) and use the SET button to
change the setting.
Setting will change between OFF and ON each
time the SET button is pressed.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
POWE R M A NA GEME NT : OF F POWE R M A NA GEME NT : OF F
C L AMP P O S I T I O N : AU T O C L AMP P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V GA SETT I NG : V GA

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

(NOTE)
• To restore routine operating status from power standby status, press the POWER button on the remote control or
main unití-s operation panel.
• To restore routine operating status from power-saving status, either use a personal computer or press the INPUT
button on the remote control or main unití-s operation panel.
• However, when there is G ON SYNC or composite SYNC input, it will not be possible to restore routine operating
status via personal computer alone. The INPUT button will need to be pressed after the personal computer has
been operated appropriately.
• Power consumption in power standby mode will be 1W.
• Power consuption in power-saving mode will be around 1W for INPUT 1 and around 50W for INPUT 5.

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Menu Mode

Setting the color temperature ★


The color temperature for the video input signal can be set.
Set all the INPUT settings, 1~4, in accordance with the following.
• LOW: Equal to -3000k
• MID LOW: Equal to -2000k
• MIDDLE: + 0k (standard)
• MID HIGH: Equal to +1000k
• HIGH: Equal to +2000k

Set-able condition : Video signal input


Factory preset : MIDDLE

1 Select SET UP. 2 The cursor on COLOR TEMP and use the SET
button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change as follows: MIDDLE = MID HIGH =
HIGH = LOW = MID LOW =···

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P URE C I N E MA : OF F P URE C I N E M A : OF F
C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V I DE O SETT I NG : V I DE O
V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

53
Menu Mode

Reducing digital noise ★


The setting for the digital noise reduction function can be changed to improve the S/N rate when there is video signal
input. Set all the INPUT settings, 1~4.

Set-able condition : Video signal input


Factory preset : LOW

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to DIGITAL NR and use the SET
button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change as follows: LOW = MIDDLE =
HIGH = OFF

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P URE C I N E MA : OF F P UR E C I N E MA : OF F
C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V I DE O SETT I NG : V I DE O
V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

54
Menu Mode

Setting HIGH CONTRAST ★


This is a function that, for video signal input, emphasizes brightness by adjusting the pictureí-s intermediate brightness.
When using software involving many dark scenes or when using the unit in a bright environment, set HIGH CONTRAST
to ON.
If you wish to accurately reproduce fine details (such as the texture of human skin), set HIGH CONTRAST to OFF.

Differences in the picture reproduced when HIGH CONTRAST is OFF Output


(%)
or ON (refer to diagram at right) 100
OFF ........ Reproduces input signalí-s brightness linearly. 90
ON ......... Reproduces input signal with intermediate brightness 80
HIGH
adjusted. CONTRAST ON

40
HIGH
CONTRAST OFF
20
Set-able condition : Video signal input
Factory preset : OFF Input
0 20 80 100 (%)
Image diagram of brightness adjustment

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to HIGH CONTRAST and use
the SET button to change the setting. Each time
the SET button is pressed, the setting will switch
between ON and OFF.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT4 MAIN MENU INPUT4
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 4 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 4
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P UR E C I N E M A : OF F P URE C I N E M A : OF F
C OL OR S Y S T E M : AU T O C OL OR S Y S T E M : AU T O
3 D Y / C MO DE : MO T I ON 3 D Y / C MODE : MO T I ON

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

For INPUT 1 or INPUT 2, a screen like the


following will be displayed.
MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
AUT O P O WER OF F OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : O F F
P U RE C I N E MA : OF F
C L AM P P O S I T I O N : A U T O
SETT I NG : V I DE O
V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Menu Mode

Setting PURECINEMA ★
The PURECINEMA function automatically determines picture signals taken at 24 frames per second (such as movie
films) and changes the picture signal to a progressive one by means of 2-3 pulldown processes. For the standard
PURECINEMA function, select HQ.
Picture processing can produce time differences with sound signals. If this is distracting, select STANDARD. If OFF
(the factory preset) is selected, only the usual progressive conversion will take place.

Set-able condition : 525i (480i), NTSC, 4.43NTSC


Factory preset : OFF

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to PURECINEMA and use the
SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change as follows: OFF = STANDARD =
HQ =···

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P URE C I N E MA : OF F P URE C I N E MA : OF F
C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V I DE O SETT I NG : V I DE O
V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Menu Mode

Setting the color system ★


INPUT 3 and 4 automatically determine the various television systems used in countries around the world.

CAUTION
This unit does not handle PAL-M and PAL-N systems.

Normally, this function is set to COLOR SYSTEM: AUTO (for automatic determination). However, it sometimes does
not properly reproduce VTR signals with repeated dubbing and the like (resulting in lack of color, etc.).
In this case, make settings correspond to the input signal, as follows.

Make all settings for INPUT 3 and 4.

For NTSC signal input = select COLOR SYSTEM: NTSC.


For PAL signal input = select COLOR SYSTEM: PAL.
For SECAM signal input = select COLOR SYSTEM: SECAM.
For 4.43 NTSC signal input = select COLOR SYSTEM:4.43NTSC.

Fixing the settings when the input signal has been determined in advance will make smooth image processing
possible, making it possible to reduce input switching time and prevent mistaken signal determination.

Set-able condition: INPUT 3, 4


Factory preset: INPUT 3 : AUTO
INPUT 4 : AUTO

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to COLOR SYSTEM and use the
SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change as follows: AUTO = NTSC = PAL =
SECAM = 4.43NTSC =···.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT4 MAIN MENU INPUT4
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 4 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 4
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P UR E C I N E M A : OF F P URE C I N EMA : OF F
C OL OR S Y S T E M : AU T O C OL OR S Y S T E M : AUT O
3 D Y / C MO DE : MO T I ON 3 D Y / C MOD E : MO T I ON

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Menu Mode

Setting the clamp position


Simultaneous input of RGB (G ON SYNC) signals and sync signals may produce brightness inappropriately, resulting
in an overly bright screen or images with a greenish cast. If this occurs, select CLAMP POSITION: LOCKED.
Normally, the setting may be left on CLAMP POSITION: AUTO.

Methods for generating clamp pulse (a timing pulse necessary for reproducing brightness) are shown in Figure 1, a
and b.

Figure 1: Clamp pulse generation Figure 2: Simultaneous input of sync signals and G ON
SYNC
a. Generating a clamp pulse
from separate sync

Clamp effective area Clamp effective area


G (Green)
G (G ON SYNC)
H (Separate
Sync Signal) H (Separate
sync signal)
Clamp pulse Incorrect clamp timing
Clamp pulse
b. Generating a clamp pulse (CLAMP POSITION: AUTO) Correct clamp timing
from G ON SYNC Clamp pulse
Clamp effective area (CLAMP POSITION: LOCKED)
G (G ON SYNC)

Clamp pulse

With CLAMP POSITION: AUTO, separate sync signals will be monitored. The method shown in Figure 1, “a,” will
automatically be applied when separate sync signals are judged as present, and the method in Figure 1, “b,” will be
applied when they are judged as not present. However, as shown in Figure 2, if separate sync signals are input
simultaneously with G ON SYNC, the former will be judged as present, and clamp pulse wll be generated using the
method shown in Figure 1, ”a.” This will result in incorrect clamp timing, preventing brightness from being produced
normally.
If this occurs, either do not connect the separate sync signals or select CLAMP POSITION: LOCKED. If CLAMP POSITION:
LOCKED is selected, the clamp pulse wil be reproduced using the method in Figure 1, ”b,” whether or not separate
sync signals are present. This will make it possible to produce brightness correctly.
(NOTE) The figures above are for illustrative purposes only.
(NOTE) Composite sync input may be considered to be the same as separate sync input.

Set-able condition: INPUT 1 or 2


Factory preset: AUTO

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to CLAMP POSITION and use
the SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change between AUTO and LOCKED.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
POWE R M A NA GEME NT : OF F POWE R M A NA GEME NT : OF F
C L AMP P O S I T I O N : AU T O C L A MP P O S I T I O N : AUTO
SETT I NG : V GA SETT I NG : V GA

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

(NOTE) Cannot be set during component picture signal input.


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Menu Mode

Setting 3D Y/C separation ★


The INPUT4 image input unit is equipped with a 3D Y/C separation circuit, the operation of which can be set. When
reproducing still images, which involve no movement, select 3D Y/C MODE: STILL.

Set-able condition : INPUT 4 and NTSC


Factory preset : MOTION

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to 3D Y/C MODE and use the
SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will chang between MOTION and STILL.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT4 MAIN MENU INPUT4
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 4 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 4
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E C OL OR T E M P : M I DD L E
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P UR E C I N E M A : OF F P URE C I N E MA : OF F
C OL OR S Y S T E M : AU T O C OL OR S Y S T E M : AU T O
3 D Y / C MO DE : MO T I ON 3 D Y / C MODE : MO T I ON

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Menu Mode

Settings for peripheral equipment


In accrodance with input signal frequency, this unit automatically identifies pesonal computer signals and video
signals from DVD players and the like. Although it is equipped with function for identifying the resolution of personal
computer signals, the automatic signal identification function will not operate for the following signal input: a) 31.5kHz
horizontal/60Hz vertical and b) 48.4kHz horizontal/60Hz vertical or 56.5kHz horizontal/70Hz vertical. In such cases,
settings must be made manually.

Make all settings for INPUT 1, 2 and 5 in accordance with the following.
Example:
When connecting an AV device = select SETTING: VIDEO.
When connecting a personal computer= select VGA, WIDE VGA, XGA or WIDE XGA in accordance with resolution.

Set-able condition : INPUT 1, 2 and 5


a) For 31.5kHz horizonal and 60Hz vertical signal input
b) For 48.4kHz horizontal and 60Hz vetical or 56.5kHz horizontal and 70Hz vertical signal input
Factory preset : VGA, for “a”
XGA, for “b”

1 Select SET UP. 2 Select SETTING and use the <2 / 3> button to
change the setting.
Each time the <2 / 3> button is pressed,
settings will change as follows.
a) 31.5kHz horizontal/60Hz vertical signal input
For INPUT 1 or INPUT 2:
VIDEO VGA
WIDE VGA
For INPUT 5:
VGA WIDE VGA

b) 48.4kHz horizontal/60Hz vertical or


56.5kHz horizontal/70Hz vertical input signal
XGA WIDE XGA

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P URE C I N E MA : OF F
C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V I DE O
V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB

S E T T I N G : V GA

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET SET MENU EXIT

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Menu Mode

Setting the input signal format ★


When a video signal is input to INPUT 1 or 2, settings must be made in keeping with peripheral devices in order to
handle RGB and component picture signals.

Make all settings for INPUT 1 and 2 in accordance with the following.
Example:
When reproducing RGB signals = select VIDEO SIGNAL: RGB.
When reproducing signals from high-vision devices or DVD players = select VIDEO SIGNAL: COMPONENT.

Set-able condition : INPUT 1 and 2, for video signal input (other than personal computer signals)
Factory preset : INPUT 1: RGB
INPUT 2: RGB

1 Select SET UP. 2 Move the cursor to VIDEO SIGNAL and use the
SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will switch between RGB and COMPONENT.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SET UP OPTION PICTURE SET UP OPTION
I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1 I N P UT L A B E L : I N P UT 1
AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F AUT O P O WER OF F : OF F
D I G I T A L NR : L OW D I G I T A L NR : L OW
H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F H I GH C O N T R A S T : OF F
P URE C I N E MA : OF F P URE C I N E MA : OF F
C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O C L AM P P O S I T I O N : AU T O
SETT I NG : V I DE O SETT I NG : V I DE O
V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB V I DE O S I GNA L : RGB

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

For component video picture signal input, see “5.4.3 Adjustments and settings in the integrator mode”, 7) Setting
component input.

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Menu Mode

Setting the power control


This function reduces power consumption and panel deterioration by controlling screen brightness in accordance
with the input signal.
For a bright, easy-to-see screen = select POWER CONTROL: STANDARD.
To reduce power consumption = select POWER CONTROL: MODE1.
To reduce panel deterioration, such as burning in = select POWER CONTROL: MODE2.

Factory preset : STANDARD

Differences in picture reproduction resulting from power control settings (illustration):

For an input signal like the following:



STANDARD MODE1 MODE2























Upper figure: A bright picture overall, Upper figure: Power consumption is Image signal gradations are


with no change (upper figure). reduced by restraining the brightness reporudced faithfully, with no control


Lower figure: A dark picture overall, of a bright picture, overall. applied. The part of a dark picture,

with peak brightness reproduced Lower figure: For a picture that is dark overall, for which peak brightness is


even brighter. overall, similar to STANDARD, peak not raised reduces burn-in and other


brightness is made even brighter. types of panel deterioration.



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Menu Mode

1 Select OPTION. 2 Move the cursor to POWER CONTROL and use


the SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change as follows: STANDARD = MODE 1 =
MODE 2 =···.
Screen 1
MAIN MENU I NPUT 1
PICTURE
PICTURE SCREEN
SCREEN SET UP
SETUP OPTION
OPTION
P OWE R C O N T R O L MO D E 1
A U T O F U N C T I O N : I N PU T 1
A U D I O OU T : F I X ED

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

POWER CONTROL settings are shared by all inputs (INPUT 1~5).

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Menu Mode

Setting automatic input switching


Using AUTO FUNCTION to detect the signal for the set input makes it possible to automatically switch to that input.
INPUT 4 cannot be selected if PDA-5002 is not mounted.

Factory preset : OFF

1 Select OPTION. 2 Move the cursor to AUTO FUNCTION and use


the SET button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change as follows: OFF = INPUT1 =
INPUT4★ =···

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION
POWE R C O N T R O L : S T A ND A RD POWE R C O N T R O L : S T A ND A RD
A U T O F U NC T I O N : OF F A U T O F U NC T I O N : OF F
A UD I O O U T : F I X ED A UD I O O U T : F I X ED

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

• AUTO FUNCTION will not operate if set to OFF.


• When INPUT1 or INPUT4 is selected, when a signal to the selected input is detected, that input will be
automatically switched to. Thereafter, input will not be switched even if the INPUT button on the remote
control or plasma display is pressed. In addition, if there is no signal input after input has been switched with
AUTO FUNCTION, input will be restored to what it was before it was switched by AUTO FUNCTION.

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Menu Mode

Setting audio output


Either FIXED or VARIABLE can be selected for the volume of sound output obtained from the AUDIO OUTPUT
terminal.

1 Select OPTION. 2 Move the cursor to AUDIO OUT and use the SET
button to change the setting.
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting
will change between FIXED and VARIABLE.

Screen 1 Screen 2
MAIN MENU INPUT1 MAIN MENU INPUT1
PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION PICTURE SCREEN SET UP OPTION
POWE R C O N T R O L : S T A ND A RD POWE R C O N T R O L : S T A ND A RD
A U T O F U N C T I O N : OF F A U T O F U N C T I O N : OF F
A UD I O O U T : F I X ED A UD I O O U T : F I X ED

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

• When FIXED is selected, audio output volume will not change even if VOLUME is adjusted on the plasma
display.
• When VARIABLE is selected, audio output volume will chang in keeping with the adjusted value for VOLUME.

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Integrator Mode

Integrator Mode

About the integrator mode


1) How to enter integrator mode
• Place the unit in integrator mode by doing the following:

Procedure: In standby, switch on power to the unit using the e remote control or the operating panel of the main
unit, as follows:
MENU button = POWER button
(This procedure should be complete in three seconds.)

2) Upon entering the integrator mode


• The content of picture quality adjustment and picture location adjustment that are adjusted in menu mode are all
initial values. The content of SET UP and OPTION are maintained, but COLOR TEMP becomes MIDDLE.

3) When you make adjustments in integrator mode:


• The adjusted values of PICTURE, WHITE BALANCE, and SCREEN (see 5.4.3 1) ~ 3)) are stored in memory for
each input function and input signal.
However, regarding PICTURE WHITE BALANCE during PC signal input, up to 8 kinds of input signals (signal
frequencies) can be stored in memory for each function.
When 9 new kinds of input signals have been adjusted, the adjustment data for the input signal that has the
longest history of adjustments is erased.
• For more details please refer to “5.4.5 PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values memory area tables”
and “5.4.6 SCREEN adjustment values memory area tables”.

4) To exit integrator mode


• Press the MENU button on the remote control or on the operating panel of the main unit to restore the unit to
normal operating mode.

5) NOTES:
(1) The input can't be switched while in the integrator mode.
Make sure you have switched to the appropriate input before entering the integrator mode.
It is also important to plug in signals beforehand.
(2) Integrator mode is cancelled automatically in all of the following situations, returning to normal operating mode.
• When switching over to another input signal mode (i.e., to another signal frequency)
• When no operation occurs for a period of approximately three minutes
• When you press the KEY LOCK/UNLOCK button on the operating panel of the main unit
(3) For adjustments and settings, feed video signals that you will actually use into the production run.

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Integrator Mode

Example of integrator mode operation


An example of adjustments of CONTRAST in the integrator mode is discussed below.

Step Put the unit into standby, and do the


following.
Remote Main unit
control unit I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1

]
––
MENU PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

CO N T R A S T : 128
B R I GH T : 128
H . E N H A NC E : 0
V . E N H AN C E : 0
or
D E F AU L T

‘ (Within three
seconds) ‘ (Within three
seconds)
SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT
STANDBY/ON

The currently selected item is


highlighted in yellow.

Step Select PICTURE.


Remote Main unit
control unit
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

CO N T R A S T : 128
B R I GH T : 128
H . E N H A NC E : 0
V . E N H AN C E : 0

] D E F AU L T

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

The currently selected item is


highlighted in yellow.

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Integrator Mode

Step Select BRIGHT.


Remote Main unit
control unit

‘ ‘
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

CO N T R A S T : 128

]
B R I GH T : 128
H . E N H A NC E : 0
V . E N H AN C E : 0
SET
D E F AU L T

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

Step Make adjustments.


Remote Main unit
control unit

]
B R I GH T : 128

MENU EXIT
SELECT ADJUST SET SET

Press the SET button to return to the screen in Step 3.


To continue to make other adjustments, repeat Steps 2 to 4.

Step To complete your adjustments, exit integrator


mode.
Remote Main unit
control unit Although it is possible to exit

]
MENU integrator mode in other ways,
Entering normal operating such as by switching off the main
mode. power, we advise following the
procedures shown at the left, in
order to ensure that your
or or adjustments are saved to memory.

STANDBY/ON

] Entering STANDBY.

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Integrator Mode

Adjustments and settings in integrator mode


For detailed information, see 5.4.2, “Example of integrator mode operation.”

Adjusting PICTURE (picture quality)


The items that can be adjusted here are CONTRAST, BRIGHT, COLOR, TINT, H.ENHANCE, V.ENHANCE, H.SHARP
and V. SHARP. These differ somewhat from the items that can be adjusted in menu mode (see the instruction manual).

1 Enter integrator mode and switch to the input (INPUT 1~5) Screen 1
you want to adjust. Personal computer signal input
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the CO N T R A S T : 128
B R I GH T : 128

]
“– –“ mark is. H . E N H A NC E : 0
V . E N H AN C E : 0
Select PICTURE and the item to adjust. D E F AU L T

When DEFAULT is selected on screen 1, all adjustment


values for PICTURE will be restored to the factory preset SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

values.
Video signal input ★
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

CO N T R A S T : 128
B R I GH T : 128
CO L O R : 128
T I NT : 128
H . S HARP : 8
V . S H A RP : 8

D E F AU L T

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Make the necessary adjustments. Screen 2


(NOTE) When in INPUT 1, 2 or 5 during personal computer
signal input, COLOR, TINT, H. SHARP and V.
SHARP cannot be adjusted.
During video signal input, H.ENHANCE and
V.ENHANCE cannot be adjusted.
]
H. E N H A N CE : 0

MENU EXIT
Make adjustments using the 2 and 3 buttons on the remote
SELECT ADJUST SET SET

control or the main unit’s operating panel.

The values adjusted here will be the initial values for


adjustment in menu mode.
In addition, if SHARP is adjusted in menu mode, the amount
of that adjustment will be added to both the H. SHARP and
V. SHARP adjustment values in integrator mode.

Press the SET button to return to screen 2.

<Adjustable range> 0 to 255 for CONTRAST, BRIGHT, COLOR and TINT


0 to 15 for H.ENHANCE, V.ENHANCE, H.SHARP★ and V.SHARP★.

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Integrator Mode

Adjusting WHITE BALANCE


The items that can be adjusted here are R HIGH, G HIGH, B HIGH, R LOW, G LOW and B LOW.

1 Enter integrator mode and switch to the input (INPUT 1~5) Screen 1
you want to adjust. I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

R. H I GH : 255
G. H I GH : 255
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the B. H I GH : 255

]
R. L OW : 128
G. L OW : 128
“– –“ mark is. B. L OW : 128

D E F AU L T

Select WHITE BALANCE and the item to adjust.


SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

When DEFAULT is selected on screen 1, all adjustment


values for WHITE BALANCE will be restored to the factory
preset values.

2 Make the necessary adjustments. Screen 2

Make adjustments using the 2 and 3 buttons on the remote


control or the main unit’s operating panel.

Press the SET button to return to screen 1.


]
R. H I G H : 255

MENU EXIT
SELECT ADJUST
<Adjustable range> 0 to 255 for each item SET SET

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Integrator Mode

Adjusting SCREEN (screen position)


The items that can be adjusted here are H.POSITION, V.POSITION, CLOCK, PHASE and V.SIZE.

1 Enter integrator mode and switch to the input (INPUT 1~5) Screen 1
you want to adjust. I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

H . POS I T I ON : 1 2 8
V . P O S I T I ON : 1 2 8
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the C L OC K : 128

]
P HA S E : 31
“ – –“ mark is. V . S I ZE : 0

D E F AU L T

Select SCREEN and the item to adjust.


SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

When DEFAULT is selected on screen 1, all adjustment


values for SCREEN will be restored to the factory preset
values.

2 Make the necessary adjustments. Screen 2

(NOTE) CLOCK and PHASE can only be adjusted during


personal computer signal input.

Make adjustments using the 2 and 3 buttons on the remote ]


H. P O S I T I ON : 1 2 8
control or the main unit’s operating panel.
MENU EXIT
SELECT ADJUST SET SET

The values adjusted here will be the initial values for menu
mode. Press the SET button to return to screen 1.

<Adjustable Range> 0 to 255 for H. POSITION, V. POSITION and CLOCK (initial value: 128)
0 to 127 for V. SIZE (initial value: 0)
0 to 63 for PHASE (initial value: 32)

<Adjusting Order> For the sake of efficiency, make adjustments in the following order:
V.POSITION = H.POSITION = CLOCK = H.POSITION = PHASE = H.POSITION

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Integrator Mode

Setting the 4-screen display (2x2 mode)


This function is for large screen display involving four units. (No consideration has been given to joints.)
For 4-screen display, set 2x2 to ON and then set LAYOUT in keeping with the positioning illustrated below.

Regular display 4-screen display

UP LEFT UP RIGHT

Factory preset : 2x2: OFF


LAYOUT: UP LEFT DOWN LEFT DOWN RIGHT

1 Enter integrator mode. (See 5.4.1, “Integrator mode.”) Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the 2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L


B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
“– –“ mark is. S U B V O L UME : 60

Select 2x2 MODE for SET UP.


]
SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to 2x2 and use the 2 and 3 buttons to Screen 2
change the setting.
Each time the 2 and 3 buttons are pressed, the setting
will switch between OFF and ON.

Move the cursor to LAYOUT and use the 2 and 3 buttons


] 2X2
2 X 2 MOD E

: ON
L A Y OU T : UP LEFT
to change the setting.
MENU EXIT

Each time the 2 and 3 buttons are pressed, the setting


SELECT CHANGE SET SET

will change as follows: UP LEFT Ô DOWN LEFT Ô UP


RIGHT Ô DOWN RIGHT Ô ···

Press the SET button to return to screen 1.


Make 2x2 MODE settings for each input (INPUT 1~5).

(NOTE) Four-screen display cannot be used with reversed display in MIRROR MODE. (Settings, however, can be
changed.)

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Integrator Mode

Setting brightness enhancement at screen center


This function improves and enhances the brightness of the center of the screen.
To emphasize screen brightness = set to ON
To equalize screen emphasis = set to OFF

Factory preset : OFF

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the S U B V O L UME : 60

“– –“ mark is.
]
Select SET UP.
SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to BRT ENHANCE and use the SET button Screen 2
to change the setting. I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change S U B V O L UME : 60

between ON and OFF.


]
Set BRT ENHANCE for each input (INPUT1~5).
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

Select EXIT on screen 2 to return to screen 1.

(NOTE) The brightness enhancement function will not work


for magnified display with 2x2 MODE: ON.
(However, settings can be changed.)

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Integrator Mode

Setting the high-vision screen mode (HDTV MODE) ★


This function sets the screen to match the high-vision picture signals that are input.
When the high-vision picture signal is 1125i (1035i) = set to 1035i
When the high-vision picture signal is 1125i (1080i) = set to 1080i

Set-able condition : For 1125i/60Hz signal input


Factory preset : HDTV MODE, 1035i

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the H D T V MO D E : 1035 i

]
V I D EO I N P U T : COMPONE N T 1
“– –“ mark is. S U B V O L UME : 60

Select SET UP.


SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to HDTV mode and use the SET button to Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
change the setting. PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change H D T V MO D E : 1035 i

]
V I D EO I N P U T : COMPONE N T 1
S U B V O L UME : 60
between 1035i and 1080i.

(NOTE) If this items are not set correctly, the following


problems could result. SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

i) If 1080i has been set, the upper portion of the


screen might not display images in part,
regardless of whether the input signal is 1035i.
ii) If 1035I has been set, information may be lost
from the top of the screen, regardless of
whether the input signal is 1080i.

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Integrator Mode

Setting component input ★


INPUT 1 and 2 handle two kinds of component picture signals.
Set them in accordance with the peripheral devices used.

Make each of the settings for INPUT 1 and 2, in accordance with the following.
For Y Pb Pr input (from high-vision devices, etc.) = select VIDEO INPUT: COMPONENT1
For Y Cb Cr input (from DVD players, etc.) = select VIDEO INPUT: COMPONENT2

Set-able condition : INPUT 1 and 2, during video signal input (other than personal computer signals)
Factory preset : COMPONENT2 for 525i, 525p, 625i and 625p input
COMPONENT1 for 1125i, 1125p and 750p input

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the H D T V MO D E : 1035 i

]
V I D EO I N P U T : COMPONE N T 1
S U B V O L UME : 60
“– –“ mark is.

Select SET UP.


SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to VIDEO INPUT and use the SET button Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
to change the setting.
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change H D T V MO D E : 1035 i

]
V I D EO I N P U T : COMPONE N T 1
S U B V O L UME : 60
between COMPONENT1 and COMPONENT2.

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Integrator Mode

Adjusting SUB VOLUME


This item adjusts the sound input level for each input.
It is convenient for adjusting levels between different sources (such as DVD players, personal computers, etc.).
First release sound silencing. Then, enter integrator mode and adjust appropriately.

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
B R T EN H A N C E : OF F
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the S U B V O L UME : 60

“– –“ mark is.
]
Select SET UP.
SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Select SUB VOLUME. Screen 2


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION
2 X 2 MO D E : OF F / U L
BR T E N H ANC E : OF F
S U B V O L UME : 60

]
SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

3 Make the necessary adjustments. Screen 3


Make adjustments using the 2 and 3 buttons on the remote
control or the main unit’s operating panel.

Press the SET button to return to screen 2.


]
SU B V O L UME : 60

ADJUST SET SET MENU EXIT


<Adjustable Range> 0 to 60 for each item

<Adjusting Order> For the sake of efficiency, make adjustments in the following order:
(1) VOLUME (routine operating mode): Raises the volume to the actual usage status.
(2) SUB VOLUME (integrator mode): Adjusts high-volume input in keeping with low-volume input.

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INPUT1
SUB VOLUME
1 AUDIO INPUT
(INPUT1/2/5) INPUT2 INPUT POWER
SUB VOLUME SELECTOR AMPLIFIER
....Stereo mini jack
INPUT5
SUB VOLUME
VOLUME
2 AUDIO INPUT INPUT3
(INPUT3) ★....Pin jack SUB VOLUME

INPUT4 Audio block diagram


3 AUDIO INPUT
SUB VOLUME (conceptual diagram)
(INPUT4) ★....Pin jack

This unit is equipped with 3 audio input systems.


<PDP-503CMX/PDP-503MXE>
1 AUDIO INPUT (INPUT1, 2 and 5): Stereo mini jack
= Is selected in common when PICTURE INPUT 1, 2 or 5 has been selected.
<PDA-5002>
2 AUDIO INPUT (INPUT3): Pin jack
= Is selected when PICTURE INPUT 3 has been selected.
3 AUDIO INPUT (INPUT4): Pin jack
= Is selected when PICTURE INPUT 4 has been selected.

Use of SUB VOLUME: Example 1

When a personal computer is connected to INPUT 1 (picture input only) and a DVD player has been connected to
INPUT2 (pictures and sound):
= Will reproduce the DVD player’s sound when PICTURE INPUT 1 or 2 has been selected.
When sound is not necessary with personal computer input (INPUT 1), set the SUB VOLUME for INPUT 1 to 0.

Use of SUB VOLUME: Example 2

When a DVD player is connected to INPUT 3 (pictures and sound) and a personal computer to INPUT 5 (pictures and
sound):
= When the difference in volume between the DVD player and personal computer is distracting, adjust SUB VOLUME
for whichever source is louder.

77
Integrator Mode

Setting the OSD display


This function suppresses the OSD display (INPUT display, etc.) in normal operating mode.
Even while OSD is OFF, the following OSD displays are possible.
1 MENU display (menu mode and integrator mode)
2 Warning just prior to AUTO POWER OFF or power management function operation
3 Warning from self-diagnosis function when interior temperature of set has become high
4 Announcements while KEY LOCK is in effect and KEY LOCK/UNLOCK setting displays
5 Display calls (including)

When OSD display is not necessary, owing to automatic running directions and the like = select OFF.

Factory preset : ON

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to OSD and use the SET button to change Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
the setting. PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : OF F
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
between ON and OFF. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
OSD applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

78
Integrator Mode

Setting the baud rate


When controlling or adjusting the unit from a PC, the RS-232C port can be set to one of six communication speeds
(baud rates): 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 and 38400BPS.

Factory preset : 4800BPS

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION
OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
“– –“ mark is. S I D E MA S K
MA S K C O N T R O L
: 128 / 128 / 128
: ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to BAUD RATE and use the SET button to Screen 2
change the setting. I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : OF F
B AUD RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
as follows: 4800BPS = 9600BPS = 19200BPS = S I D E MA S K
MA S K C O N T R O L
: 128 / 128 / 128
: ON

38400BPS = 1200BPS = 2400BPS = ···


O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1

BAUD RATE applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5). SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

Set the unit’s baud rate to match the PC’s.


With long RS-232C cables, we recommend setting lower
baud rates.

79
Integrator Mode

Setting OFF TIMER


This function automatically puts the power supply on standby status after a set time has elapsed. To alleviate screen
burn-in, the full mask can be displayed for a set time before standby status goes into effect.

If settings are made as follows,


TIMER: ON
DISPLAY TIME: 10H
MASK TIME: 2.5H
MASK COLOR: WHITE
then after 10 hours of normal operation, a mask will be displayed (white) for 2.5 hours. Then, standby status will go
into effect. (At this time, the power supply will remain on for last memory.)

Factory preset : TIMER: OFF


DISPLAY TIME: 1H
MASK TIME: 0.0H
MASK COLOR: WHITE

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) ––
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OFF TIMER under OPTION.
SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Select the item and use the 2 and 3 buttons to change the Screen 2
setting.

The TIMER setting will switch between OFF and ON.

]
OF F T I ME R

T I ME R : OFF
D I S P L A Y T I ME : 1H
DISPLAY TIME will change in one-hour increments, between MA S K T I M E : 0. 0 H
MA S K C O L O R : WH I T E
1 and 24H, as follows: ··· Ô 1H Ô 2H Ô ··· Ô 24H Ô 1H··· MENU EXIT
SELECT CHANGE SET SET

MASK TIME will change in half-hour increments, between


0.0 and 9.5H, as follows: ··· Ô 0.0H Ô 0.5H Ô ··· Ô 9.5H
Ô 0.0H Ô ···

MASK COLOR will change as follows: ··· Ô WHITE Ô RED


Ô GREEN Ô BLUE Ô ···

Press the SET button to retun to screen 1.

OFF TIMER is shared by all inputs (INPUT1~5).

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Integrator Mode

Setting FULL MASK


This function uses the PDP internal signal to display the entire screen as one color: red, white, green or blue.
For settings other than FULL MASK: OFF, external input signals cannot be displayed.
It is an emergency measure for handling screen burn-in (although it cannot completely eliminate it).
For details, see 5.8, “Regarding the problem of images become burnt onto the screen.”

Factory preset : OFF

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”)
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to FULL MASK and use the SET button to Screen 2
change the setting. I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : OF F
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
as follows: OFF = WHITE = RED = GREEN = BLUE = ··· S I D E MA S K
MA S K C O N T R O L
: 128 / 128 / 128
: ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
After setting the color for the full mask, press the MENU I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
button and leave integrator mode. This will display the full
mask. SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

FULL MASK applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).

Selecting EXIT on screen 2 to return to screen 1.

(NOTE) The full mask will not be displayed when OFF


TIMER is set to TIMER: ON. (However, settings
can be changed.)

81
Integrator Mode

Adjusting SIDE MASK


This item adjusts the brightness of 4:3, DOT BY DOT and other non-image parts around the screen.
Brightness can be adjusted separately from RGB.
When making adjustments, pay attention to the brightness balance between the picture signals displayed and the
adjoining sets.

(NOTE) A striped pattern may appear on top of the mask during adjustment, but this is not a defect.

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Select SIDE MASK. Screen 2


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : OF F
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1

SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

3 Make the necessary adjustments. Screen 2

Make adjustments using the 2 and 3 buttons on the remote


control or the main unit’s operating panel. S I D E MA S K

When DEFAULT is selected on screen 3, all SIDE MASK


adjustment values will be restored to the factory preset
] R . L EVE L
G . L EVEL
B . L EVEL
: 128
: 128
: 128

D E F AU L T
values. MENU EXIT
SELECT ADJUST SET SET

Press the SET button to return to screen 2.

<Adjustable range> 0 to 255 for each item.

SIDE MASK applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).

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Integrator Mode

Setting MASK CONTROL


When MASK CONTROL is set to ON and image size is DOT BY DOT or 4:3, the display position of non-image parts
around the screen will change slightly each time the power is applied to prevent screen burn-in.
When MASK CONTROL is OFF, the display position will remain stable.

Factory preset : ON

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
“– –“ mark is. S I D E MA S K
MA S K C O N T R O L
: 128 / 128 / 128
: ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to MASK CONTROL and use the SET Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
button to change the setting.
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
between ON and OFF. M A S K C O N T RO L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
MASK CONTROL applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

83
Integrator Mode

Setting ORBITER MODE


This function moves the screen’s display position little by little over time. (Around every 8 minutes, the position is
shifted horizontally and vertically 1 bit each (range: ±3 bits).
When ORBITER MODE is set ON, it will work to reduce the occurrence of screen burn-in when still images are
displayed.

Factory preset : OFF

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”)
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to ORBITER MODE and use the SET button Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
to change the setting. PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
O F F T I ME R : OF F / I / 0. 0 / W
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change
]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
between OFF and ON. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1

ORBITER MODE applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).


SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

84
Integrator Mode

Setting INVERSE MODE (negative-positive inversion)


This function is for negative-positive inversion of displayed images. It is an emergency measure for handling screen
burn-in occurring when still images are displayed (although it cannot completely eliminate it).

Factory preset : OFF

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to INVERSE MODE and use the SET button Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
to change the setting.
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 3 8 4 0 0 BP S
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 2 / 0. 5 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
between OFF and ON. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
INVERSE MODE applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

85
Integrator Mode

Setting COLOR MODE


In addition to values for normal operation (COLOR MODE1), this unit has independent and separate PICTURE and
WHITE BALANCE adjustment values set to be optimal for TV studio retakes (COLOR MODE 2).
(See 5.4.4, “PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values memory area tables.”)
Change the settings to suit your usage purpose.

Factory preset : COLOR MODE: MODE1

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to COLOR MODE and use the SET button Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
to change the setting.
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : OF F
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
between MODE1 and MODE2. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
When the COLOR MODE setting is changed, all input
functions and input signal PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

adjustment values will be changed all at once.

COLOR MODE applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).

(NOTE) The current color mode setting status can be confirmed by the display color of the character string at the
very top of the screen.
White: COLOR MODE: MODE 1
Yellow: COLOR MODE: MODE 2

86
Integrator Mode

Setting MIRROR MODE


This function permits displayed images to be reversed in various ways.
Normal playback = MIRROR MODE: OFF
Left-right reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: X
Up-down reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: Y
Up-down, left-right reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: XY

Left/right
Normal playback reversed playback
[MIRROR MODE: OFF] [MIRROR MODE: X]

Up/down/left/right Up/down
reversed playback reversed playback
[MIRROR MODE: XY] [MIRROR MODE: Y]

The MIRROR MODE: XY setting is useful for smart cable arrangement, making it possible to draw bundled cables
upward (towards the ceiling) when the display is mounted upside-down using ceiling suspension hardware (PDK-
5012).

(NOTE) In using the PDK-5012 hardware, observe the operating temperature restrictions and other limitations
specified in section 4.8, “Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware: PDK-5012.”

Factory preset : MIRROR MODE: OFF

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) ––
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

M I R R O R MO D E : OFF
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA
I D NO . S E T : ––
“– –“ mark is.
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to MIRROR MODE and use the SET button Screen 2
to change the setting. 1 T UP N I –– UNEM ROTA RGE T N I
NOITPO PU TES NEERCS LAB ETIHW ERUTCIP

X: E D OM R O R R I M
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change O T UA : L OR T N OC N A F

]
AM S A L P : E MA N R O T I N OM
as follows: OFF = X = Y = XY = ··· –– : T E S . ON D I

H C: E R U T A R E PME T
H0 0 0 0 0 : R E T E M R U OH

MIRROR MODE applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).


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87
Integrator Mode

Setting the cooling fan control formula


The back of the main unit is equipped with cooling fans.
This function switches the control formats of the cooling fans.
To use the internal temperature sensor to automatically control fans = select AUTO
To set a fixed number of maximum revolutions (thus cutting automatic control) = set MAX

(NOTE) The MAX setting is useful when special installation applies.


However, as fan rotation noise will be substantial, this setting should be used carefully in consideration of
the surrounding environment (particularly if the unit is installed in a quiet place).
For more details on installation, see Chapter 3, “Installation.”

Factory preset : AUTO

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”)
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

M I R R O R MO D E : OFF
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA
I D NO . S E T : ––
“– –“ mark is.
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to FAN CONTROL and use the SET button Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
to change the setting.
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

M I R R O R MO D E : OFF
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will switch F A N CO N T RO L : AU TO

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA
I D NO . S E T : ––
between AUTO and MAX.
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

FAN CONTROL applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).


SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

88
Integrator Mode

Assigning a name to the monitor


One name can be assigned per set.

Factory preset : &&&PLASMA&&&

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

M I R R O R MO D E : OF F
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N A M E : P L A SM A
I D NO . S E T : ––
“– –“ mark is.
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

Select MONITOR NAME under OPTION.


SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to the first character and press the SET Screen 2
button. (Repeat this process to select all 12 characters.) I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1

MON I TOR NAME

P L A SMA BACK SPACE


• Any of the 52 characters displayed on the menu screen

]
A B C D E F G H I K K L M
can be used. N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 . ,
' " / – ( ) @ : # ? & ~
• When you select a character and then press the SET
RESE T S PACE E ND
button, the input point will advance one character.
• If you make a mistake, select BACK SPACE and press SELECT SET SET MENU EXIT

the SET button. This will move the input point back one
character.
• To restore the display to the initial setting (PLASMA),
select RESET and press the SET button.

After you have finished inputting characters, move the cursor


to END and press the SET button.

MONITOR NAME applies to all inputs (INPUT1~5).

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Integrator Mode

Assigning an ID
Here, an ID is assigned necessary for making adjustments in RS-232C adjustment mode.
For details, see 5.5, “RS-232C adjustment mode.”

Factory preset :––

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”)
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

M I R R O R MO D E : OF F
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA
I D NO . S E T : ––
“– –“ mark is.
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

Select ID NO. SET under OPTION.


SELECT SET ENTER MENU EXIT

2 Use the 2 and 3 buttons to select the appropriate digit and Screen 2
then use the 5 and ∞ buttons to change the numerical
values.

IDs can be set from 00 to FF. ]


I D N O. S E T : – –

MENU EXIT
CHANGE SELECT SET SET

90
Integrator Mode

Input settings when using a video card other than the PDA-5002
Make settings in accordance with the input signals from the video card provided.
For details, see the instruction manual on video cards.
(NOTE) These items cannot be set if no video card has been provided or the PDA-5002 has been provided. (Items
will not be displayed.)

Factory preset : VIDEO (RGB)

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Move the cursor to SLOT INPUT and then use the SET Screen 2
I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
button to change the setting.
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

M I R R O R MO D E : OF F
Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA

as follows: VIDEO (RGB) = COMPONENT1 = I D NO . S E T


S L OT I NPU T
: ––
: V I D EO ( RGB )

COMPONENT2 = ··· T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

SLOT INPUT applies to all input. SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Integrator Mode

Simple checking of internal temperature


This function enables the unit’s internal temperature to be easily checked using the level meter indicator.
When the indicator is green = internal temperature is normal.
When the indicator is yellow or red = internal temperature is slightly high. Turn OFF the power supply once,
confirm installation status immediately, and then use air conditioning or
the like to counteract the heat radiation.

CAUTION
When checking the internal temperature, conduct aging thoroughly, just as before making adjustments.
(Minimum: 30 min. with a 100% white signal.)
The same applies to checking the effect of countermeasures to heat radiation.
For more details, see Chapter 3, “Installation.”

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”)
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Use TEMPERATURE to check the internal temperature. Screen 2


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION
Temperature can also be checked by depressing the
M I R R O R MO D E : OFF
DISPLAY button for over 2 seconds in normal operating F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA
I D NO . S E T : ––
mode. (See 5.2.1, “About normal operating mode.”)
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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Integrator Mode

Checking the accumulated ON time


This function displays the accumulated time (in 1-hour units) for which the unit has been receiving power.

CAUTION
The accumulated time does not include the time when the unit is in standby mode.

1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
(See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”)
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION

OS D : ON
BAU D RA T E : 4 8 0 0BPS
The set ID will be displayed on the upper right where the O F F T I ME R : OF F / 1 / 0. 0 / W

]
F U L L MA S K : OF F
S I D E MA S K : 128 / 128 / 128
“– –“ mark is. MA S K C O N T R O L : ON
O R B I T E R MO D E : OF F
I N V E R S E MO D E : OF F
C O L O R MO D E : MO D E 1
Select OPTION.
SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

2 Use HOUR METER to check the accumulated ON time. Screen 2


I NTEGRATOR MENU –– I NPUT 1
PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION
The accumulated ON time can also be checked by
M I R R O R MO D E : OFF
depressing the DISPLAY button for over 2 seconds in normal F A N CO N T RO L : AU T O

]
MO N I T O R N AM E : P L A S MA
I D NO . S E T : ––
operating mode. (See 5.2.1, “About normal operating
T E M P E RA T UR E :C H
mode.”) H OUR ME T E R : 0 0 0 0 0H

SELECT SET CHANGE MENU EXIT

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DISASSEMBLY
SW Power Supply Module

1 Remove the Rear Case (50M).(Screws × 20) 4 Insert it and reduce the Clamper.

1 ×2 1 ×2 1 1 ×2 1 ×2
5 Insert the SW Power Supply Module into the slit
of Sub Frame L and R.

Slit
1
1
5
1 SW Power Supply
Module

1 1 1 Sub Frame L Sub Frame R


1 1 ×2
1
1

2 Remove four screws.

3 Remove the SW Power Supply Module. SW Power Supply


Module

SW Power Supply
Module Clamper

2 2
4

2 Diagnosis
2

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DIGITAL VIDEO Assy

1 Remove the Rear Case (50M). (Screws × 20) 7 Remove the DIGITAL VIDEO Assy.
(Connector, Circuit Board Spacer × 6)
2 Remove the SW Power Supply Module.
(Connector, Screws × 4)

3 Remove the Terminal Panel M. (Screws × 11)


4 Remove a screw of earth block.

5 Remove the RGB Base. (Screws × 4)

DIGITAL VIDEO Assy


3
3 ×2 5 ×2 RGB Base
3 4 3
5 ×2

3 ×2
3 ×2

3 ×2

Terminal Panel M

DIGITAL VIDEO Assy

6 Remove connectors and binders,


and remove the RGB Base with PCB Assys.

DIGITAL VIDEO Assy


RGB Assy
SLOT CONNECTOR
Assy

RGB Base

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Y DRIVE, SCAN (A), (B) Assy


1 Remove the three screws. 7 Remove the Rear Case 50 (M). (Screws × 20)

8 Remove the Y DRIVE Assy.


(Connector, Screws × 8)
Y DRIVE Assy

8 ×2
8 ×2

Front Case 50 (M)


8
2 Loosen a rivet.
1 ×3

3 Remove the Lead Cover MX. 8 ×2


8 ×2

4 Pull out a Flexible Cable.

SIDE KEY
Assy

2 4

Lead Cover
MX
Rivet
3
Turn it not to press the rivet.
(Because when the rivet presses, Lead Cover
fit in once again.) MX
It is easy to remove when pull out
the Lead Cover MX with the rivet
before completely removing the rivet.

5 Remove bottom by the fulcrum at the top of Front Case (50).


9 Reverse the SCAN (A) and SCAN (B) Assemblies.

10 When it is necessary, exchange the ROM.


6 Remove the Front Case (50).

SCAN (A) Assy

Front Case 50 (M)

ROM ×6
Rear Case

6
9
Aluminum
Materials

It is the structure that a hook of


Front Case (50) was put between
with Rear Case and aluminum materials.

5 SCAN (B) Assy

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X DRIVE Assy Diagnosis of the Video Card (PDA-5002)

1 Remove the Rear Case (50M). (Screws × 20) 1 Remove the Rear Case (50M). (Screws × 20)

2 Remove the X DRIVE Assy. (Connector, Screws × 8) 2 Remove the Video Card. (Screws × 2)

3 Remove the SLOT CONNECTOR Assy from the RGB Assy


and reconnect it with the Jig Cable (GGD1035).

Jig Cable SLOT CONNECTOR Assy


(GGD1035)
RGB Assy

3
2 ×2
3

2 ×2

2 ×2

2 ×2 2
2 Video Card 2

4 Reconnect the Video Card.


X DRIVE Assy (Slot does not pass it.)

Video Card
SLOT CONNECTOR Assy

RGB Assy

Diagnosis

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ADJUSTMENT
SERVICE FACTORY MODE
Perform the operations of Service Factory mode using the Remote Control Unit provided with the Plasma Display (AXD1459).

State Transition Diagram

Normal Operation
At standby
Mode
(within 3 sec.)
"Menu" key (AA8B)
STANDBY/ON (AA1C)
FACTORY FACTORY (AA5F) ‘ POWER OFF (AA1B)
(AA5F) Menu (AA8B) "Set" key (AA8A) POF
KEY LOCK ‘
"STAND BY/ON" key (AA1C)

Service Factory Mode

INFORMATION mode Audio system switch


(AAD3-AF70) or
Display call (AA4A)
Factory default screen

"MUTING" key (AA49)

RANGE CHECK mode Front surround (AA1D)


This mode is not used
for service.
"MUTING" key (AA49)

"MUTING" key (AA49)


• Function switch
• Mode change REFERENCE mode AV selection (AA59) or
of input signal Standard/AV memory (AA43)
• Execute Final Setup • Common adjustment of each
signal input

"MUTING" key (AA49)

OFFSET mode Double audio (AA1E)


• Adjustment of the signal
input side.

"MUTING" key (AA49)

VIDEO OPTION mode


SCREEN SIZE (AAD3-AF3C)

"MUTING" key (AA49)

INITIALIZE mode Full auto zoom (AAD3-AF36)


or P. ZOOM (AAD3-AF22)

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• AXD1459
(PDP-503CMX)

POWER
POWER
MENU SCREEN
DISPLAY CALL
SIZE
SCREEN SIZE
FULL AUTO FULL AUTO
SET ZOOM
ZOOM
DISPLAY CALL
SURROUND MUTE
MODE
AUDIO SOUND MUTE
VOLUME SOUND
MENU VOLUME
AV MEMORY
SURROUND
MPX
MODE AV SELECT
AUDIO MPX

SET

• AXD1432
(PDP-501HD) • AXD1673
(PDP-502HD)

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Caution of Operation of the Remote Control Unit


• In the service factory mode, use the key which does not exist in a remote control unit (AXD1459) attached to this product as the direct
selection key of item when selects each item. These keys can use with the attached remote control units (AXD1432 and AXD1673) in the
PDP-501HD and PDP-502HD.
• When operate the service factory mode with the attached remote control unit in this product, selection is possible with the following key
cyclically.
Large item selection: MUTE key
Selection except large item: UP (5), DOWN (∞) keys

Operation When Entered the Service Factory Mode


1 Setting value of menu mode
• Reset "PICTURE" item (center value).
Notes : Adjustment value of "PICTURE" to reset is limited to the following face.
At VIDEO: Current signal mode of the selected input function
At PC: Correspond to the history of the signal mode input into past, "Table A to H ".
• Reset all "SCREEN" items (center value).
Note: Adjustment value of "SCREEN" to reset is limited to the current signal mode of the selected input function.
Supplement: If execute FINAL SET UP or PICTURE DEFAULT, minimize the adjustment value of menu mode here so that it becomes the
center value.
• "SET UP" and "OPTION" of menu mode are maintained except items as follows.
COLOR TEMP: It becomes "MIDDLE" setting
AUTO POWER OFF/POWER MANAGEMENT: Setting is maintained, but do not work

2 Adjustment value of the integrator mode


• Adjustment values of "PICTURE" and "WHITE BAL" select the adjustment values which are applicable to the current input function signal
mode.
Notes : Adjustment value of "PICTURE" and "WHITE BAL" to reset is limited to the following face.
At VIDEO: Current signal mode of the selected input function
At PC: Correspond to the history of the signal mode input into past, "Table A to H ".
• SCREEN setting value is maintained.
• "SET UP" and "OPTION" of integrator menu are maintained except items as follows.
SIDE MASK LEVEL: Adjustment value is reset, and it becomes default value.
FULL MASK which was set with the integrator mode: Release
OFF TIMER: Release
• COLOR MODE (integrator menu) setting maintains setting in the integrator menu.

3 Others
• When input signal mode changed, change setting, and display default screen (INFORMATION-VERSION) of the service factory mode.
Maintain the service factory mode.
Note: At a point in time when the input signal mode changed, perform an operation of 1 and 2.
• Switch it in selected FUNCTION when switched FUNCTION. Then display default screen (INFORMATION-VERSION) of the service
factory mode, and maintain the service factory mode.
Note: At the point that switched FUNCTION, perform an operation of 1 and 2.
• Perform COLOR DETECT setting with "COLOR SYSTEM" of set menu mode.
• Only address 0100-01FF of module microcomputer / EEPROM copy/updates the data to the module microcomputer area of main microcomputer
EEPROM.
• Various protection feature of the panel (Still picture detection, Block brightness detection and SCAN IC protection feature) turns OFF.
Notes: When each protection feature turns OFF once and released the factory mode, maintain it. Protection feature turns ON by turning ON
from POWER OFF. Therefore turn ON from POWER OFF by all means in order to operate protection feature when released the
factory mode.

• In the no input, apply playback and non-correspondence PC signal input, accepts only the setting item that does not depend on a signal mode.
(But refer to the item "MASK1 and MASK2" about MASK setting.)
An item depending on the signal mode turns the display color to gray and it cannot change the setting.

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Adjustment Items Table of Service Factory


SLOT
Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
YDL Y-DELAY YDL REF/OFS-SLOT-1 0 to 15 [8]
YOUTLEV Y-OUT LEVEL YOL REF/OFS-SLOT-2 0 to 63 [32]
CD TINT CD TINT CTI REF/OFS-SLOT-3 0 to 63 [32]
CrOFFSET CDR OFFSET CDR REF/OFS-SLOT-4 0 to 15 [8]
CbOFFSET CDB OFFSET CDB REF/OFS-SLOT-5 0 to 15 [8]
R-Y_LEVEL R-Y LEVEL LRY REF/OFS-SLOT-6 0 to 255 [128]
EXP
B-Y_LEVEL B-Y LEVEL LBY REF/OFS-SLOT-7 0 to 255 [128]

RGB1
Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
PICTURE MAT CONT MCT REF/OFS-RGB1-1 0 to 63 [32]
BRIGHT MAT BRIGHT MBR REF/OFS-RGB1-2 0 to 63 [32]
MATRIX
COLOR MAT COLOR MCL REF/OFS-RGB1-3 0 to 63 [32]
HUE MAT TINT MTI REF/OFS-RGB1-4 0 to 63 [32]
MAINCONTRAST AD MAIN CONT MCA REF/OFS-RGB1-5 0 to 255 [128]
SUBRCONTRAST AD R HIGH GHA REF/OFS-RGB1-6 0 to 255 [128]
SUBGCONTRAST AD G HIGH BHA REF/OFS-RGB1-7 0 to 255 [128]
AD SUBBCONTRAST AD B HIGH RHA REF/OFS-RGB1-8 0 to 255 [128]
BRIGHTR AD R LOW GLA REF/OFS-RGB1-9 0 to 255 [128]
BRIGHTG AD G LOW BLA REF/OFS-RGB1-10 0 to 255 [128]
BRIGHTB AD B LOW RLA REF/OFS-RGB1-11 0 to 255 [128]

RGB2
Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
IC102 COLOR COLOR COL REF/OFS-RGB2-1 0 to 255 [128]
W/B TINT TINT TNT REF/OFS-RGB2-2 0 to 255 [128]
MCONTRAST CONTRAST CNT REF/OFS-RGB2-3 0 to 255 [128]
MBRIGHT BRIGHT BRT REF/OFS-RGB2-4 0 to 255 [128]
R HIGH R. HIGH RHI REF/OFS-RGB2-5 0 to 255 [255]
IC30 G HIGH G. HIGH GHI REF/OFS-RGB2-6 0 to 255 [255]
W/B B HIGH B. HIGH BHI REF/OFS-RGB2-7 0 to 255 [255]
R LOW R. LOW RLW REF/OFS-RGB2-8 0 to 255 [128]
G LOW G. LOW GLW REF/OFS-RGB2-9 0 to 255 [128]
B LOW B. LOW BLW REF/OFS-RGB2-10 0 to 255 [128]

DIGITAL
Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
PANEL R-HIGH PANEL R-HIGH PRH REF/OFS-DIGITAL-1 0 to 255 [255]
PANEL G-HIGH PANEL G-HIGH PGH REF/OFS-DIGITAL-2 0 to 255 [255]
PANEL B-HIGH PANEL B-HIGH PBH REF/OFS-DIGITAL-3 0 to 255 [255]
PANEL R-LOW PANEL R-LOW PRL REF/OFS-DIGITAL-4 0 to 999 [512]
PANEL G-LOW PANEL G-LOW PGL REF/OFS-DIGITAL-5 0 to 999 [512]
PANEL B-LOW PANEL B-LOW PBL REF/OFS-DIGITAL-6 0 to 999 [512]
DIGITAL ABL LEVEL ABL LEVEL ABL REF/OFS-DIGITAL-7 0 to 255 [128]
X-SUS-B X-SUS-B XSB REF-DIGITAL-8 4 to 12
X-SUS-G X-SUS-G XSG REF-DIGITAL-9 4 to 12
Y-SUS-B Y-SUS-B YSB REF-DIGITAL-10 4 to 12
Y-SUS-G Y-SUS-G YSG REF-DIGITAL-11 4 to 12
V-SUS V-SUS VSU REF-DIGITAL-12 0 to 255
V-OFFSET V-OFFSET VOF REF-DIGITAL-13 0 to 255

SIDE MASK LEVEL (VIDEO OPTION)


Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
R SIDE MASK LEV R SIDE MASK LEV RSL VOP-M LEV-1 0 to 255
IC30 G SIDE MASK LEV G SIDE MASK LEV GSL VOP-M LEV-2 0 to 255
B SIDE MASK LEV B SIDE MASK LEV BSL VOP-M LEV-3 0 to 255

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COLOR TEMP (VIDEO OPTION)


Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
COLOR COLOR VOP-CT-3 0 to 255 [128]
IC102
TINT TINT VOP-CT-4 0 to 255 [128]
MCONTRAST CONTRAST VOP-CT-1 0 to 255 [128]
MBRIGHT BRIGHT VOP-CT-2 0 to 255 [128]
R HIGH R. HIGH VOP-CT-5 0 to 255 [255]
G HIGH G. HIGH VOP-CT-6 0 to 255 [255]
IC30
B HIGH B. HIGH VOP-CT-7 0 to 255 [255]
R LOW R. LOW VOP-CT-8 0 to 255 [128]
G LOW G. LOW VOP-CT-9 0 to 255 [128]
B LOW B. LOW VOP-CT-10 0 to 255 [128]

COLOR MODE2 (VIDEO OPTION)


Adjustment Range
Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation
(OFFSET Reference Value)
COLOR COLOR VOP-CM2-3 0 to 255 [128]
IC102
TINT TINT VOP-CM2-4 0 to 255 [128]
MCONTRAST CONTRAST VOP-CM2-1 0 to 255 [128]
MBRIGHT BRIGHT VOP-CM2-2 0 to 255 [128]
R HIGH R. HIGH VOP-CM2-5 0 to 255 [255]
G HIGH G. HIGH VOP-CM2-6 0 to 255 [255]
IC30
B HIGH B. HIGH VOP-CM2-7 0 to 255 [255]
R LOW R. LOW VOP-CM2-8 0 to 255 [128]
G LOW G. LOW VOP-CM2-9 0 to 255 [128]
B LOW B. LOW VOP-CM2-10 0 to 255 [128]

Calculation of Adjustment Value in the Service Factory Mode


• As for the adjustment value in the service factory mode, it becomes an actual adjustment value that subtracted OFFSET reference value
(value in [ ] of the above table) from the value that added a REFERENCE adjustment value and an OFFSET adjustment value.
Notes: It becomes the adjustment value the value that adjusted it with REFERENCE because there is not an OFFSET adjustment value as
forR SIDE MASK LEV, G SIDE MASK LEV and B SIDE MASK LEV of item SIDE MASK LEVEL and X-SUS-B, X-SUS-G, Y-
SUS-B, Y-SUS-G, V-SUS and V-OFFSET of item DIGITAL.
• As for COLOR MODE2 and COLOR TEMP, it becomes OFFSET value of each the value that subtracted OFFSET reference value (a value
in [ ] of the above table) from a adjustment value of selected mode. It becomes a adjustment value of the last RGB 2 device (IC30 and IC102)
the value that added this OFFSET value to each adjustment item of RGB 2.

Actual Calculation Example


• Each adjustment value of SLOT/ RGB 1/RGB2/DIGITAL
(REFERENCE value)
+
{ (OFFSET value) – [OFFSET reference value] } ... Calculation of a value to add as OFFSET

• COLOR MODE2 OFFSET value


{ (COLOR MODE2 adjustment value) - [OFFSET reference value] } ... Calculation of a value to add as OFFSET for COLOR MODE2
Note: Add it only in COLOR MODE2 selection.

• COLOR TEMP OFFSET value


{(COLOR TEMP adjustment value) - [OFFSET reference value] } ... Calculation of a value to add as OFFSET for COLOR TEMP
Note: Add it only in COLOR TEMP 1,2,4 and 5 selection.

Perform the addition in the normal operation, menu mode and COLOR TEMP adjustment mode of the service factory mode (in item VIDEO
OPTION), and add OFFSET value of selected setting.
COLOR TEMP OFFSET does not add it in order to work by COLOR TEMP 3 setting in the integrator mode and in the service factory mode
except COLOR TEMP adjustment mode.

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Display Description of Service Factory Menu
1. In Adjustment Item
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
OF S – S L O T #1 –S1– I N4–04 –2 ∗NT

5
Display color : White
Halftone : Blue (second row/15th row
for each 5 to 36 columns)
When there is not item which is applicable to the input
signal mode, display the adjustment value
10 with "––––––" (–––––––)", and perform the item
indication color to gray.

15 Y – DE L AY : ∗ ∗ ∗ ( ∗ ∗ ∗ )
16

• Second row / 6th to 16th columns : Display the upper layer of selection item • • • At the Service factory mode
Second row / 6th to 7th columns : Display the ID No. • • • At the RS-232C factory mode
Second row / 9th to 16th columns : Display the upper layer of selection item • • • At the RS-232C factory mode
• Second row / 19th to 20th columns : Current color mode setting
• Second row / 22th to 23th columns : Current slot type
Slot Type or At PDA-5002 is PDP-503PRO Outside Product
No SLOT
Model Type mounted with and PRO-1000HD Slot
Display S1 US T1 to T8 NO
• Second row / 25th to 27th columns : Current function
• Second row / 29th to 32th columns : Current signal mode
• Second row / 32th columns : Current Screen size (Refer to the "classification of input signal" with regard to each numeric value.)
Current signal mode displayes the signal mode of any of mode 03, mode 31, mode E1, mode 61 or mode 71.
Setting Signal Mode Display
VIDEO 03
VGA 31
WVGA E1
XGA 61
WXGA 71
Current signal mode displayes the signal mode of any of mode 12 or mode 13.
HDTV Mode Setting (Integrator Menu) Signal Mode Display
1080i 12
1035i 13
Display in the no signal and non-correspondence signal
Signal Mode Display Signal Definition
FB OUT OF RANGE (The signal that the measurement is impossible with the main microcomputer)
FC OUT OF RANGE (In the video system signal when video signal does not input)
FD OUT OF RANGE (In the non-correspondence signal at DVI input)
FE OUT OF RANGE (When the measurement is possible with the main microcomputer, and non-correspondence signal that is not applicable to FC and FD)
FF No signal
• Second row / 33th column : Current input form
Input Form Component Video–RGB Composite Y/C
Display # @ * /
Non-display excepting above form (blank).
• Second row / 34th to 35th columns : Current color system
Color System NTSC PAL SECAM 4.43NTSC PAL-M PAL-N BLACK/WHITE
Display NT PL SC 4N PM PN BW
Non-display it (blank) when a case except COLOR SYSTEM mentioned above and COLOR SYSTEM setting is fixed.
• 15th row / 6th to 24th columns : Current item selection
• 15th row / 26th to 35th columns :
RANGE CHECK selection : Current selecting value
1. At REFERENCE selection : Adjustment value
2. At OFFSET selection : OFFSET value ( adjustment value) * Adjustment value is REFERENCE value + OFFSET value.
3. At VIDEO OPTION selection : No display
At INITIALIZE selection : The setting that is selected. (There is no display in the item which there is the lower layer.)

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2. INFORMATION
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT

VE RS I ON
5
MA I N U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
WI DE U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
WI DE F R OM : ∗ ∗ ∗

10 MO D U U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
PANE U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
PANE F R OM : ∗ ∗ ∗

15
16

Basic Operation
• Display the state of each item
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
Main, Wide, module and panel
AA01 1 VERSION microcomputer : Ver ×
Wide flash (OSD) / Panel flash (Sequence) : Ver
AA02 2 PD INFO Past eight times / Place (1st, 2nd) / Time Stamp ×
Display the each
AUDIO/FAN/MODULE/PANEL/WIDE/
AA03 3 NG INFO information ×
MAIN IIC/MODULE IIC/DEW
AA04 4 TEMPERATURE 1/2/3/FAN output ×
AA05 5 MEMO Display MEMO ×
AA06 6
AA07 7
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94
AA95
AA8A SET
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING RANGE CHECK
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from VERSION (Key1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.
Note : Perform VERSION display as the default screen of the service factory mode.

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3. OSD Display in INFORMATION


1 VERSION
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT

VE RS I ON
5
MA I N U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
WI DE U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
WI DE F R OM : ∗ ∗ ∗

10 MO D U U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
PANE U C OM : ∗ ∗ ∗
PANE F R OM : ∗ ∗ ∗

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16

2 PD INFO.
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I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT

PD I NFO
5
1ST 2 ND
1 X – DDC – 0 5 1 4 8 H 2 5 M
2 ADR– K X – DDC 0 2 2 4 8 H 1 4 M
3 Y – DRV DC – DC 0 1 3 5 8 H 3 6 M
10 4 ADRES – – – –– 0 0 3 4 8 H 1 5 M
5 –– – –– – – – –– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 M
6 –– – –– – – – –– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 M
7 –– – –– – – – –– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 M
8 –– – –– – – – –– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0 M
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16

Display the power down point (1st or 1st, 2nd) and an hour meter of the time.
Perform display to maximum eight times, and if display became more than eight times, perform clear in order from the old information,
and update it to the latest information.

Display details at PD INFORMATION


Display PD Point Display PD Point
1 X-DRV X-DRIVE 5 ADRES ADDRESS junction
2 X-DDC X-DC/DC CONVERTER 6 ADR-K ADDRESS resonance
3 Y-DRV Y-DRIVE 7 POWER Power supply
4 Y-DDC Y-DC/DC CONVERTER 8 DC-DC DC/DC CONVERTER (DIGITAL)

3 NG INFO.
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I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT

NG I NFO
5
AU D I O : OK
FAN : OK
MO D U L E : OK
PANE L : OK
10 WI DE : OK
MA I N I I C : OK
MOD U L E I I C : OK
DEW D E T : OK

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16

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4 TEMPERATURE
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I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
• Each display is the value of A/D input or D/A output
TEM PER A T URE of the microcomputer (0 to 255).
5 • Temperature sensor 1, 2 and 3
T E MP 1 : 128 • FAN
T EMP 2 : 104
T EMP 3 : 088

10 FAN : 135

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Note: Refer to "Shut down diagnosis" in the "7.1.2 SHUTDOWN/POWER DOWN DIAGNOSIS BY LED DISPLAY" to calculate
real sensor temperature from each indicated value.

5 MEMO
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I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT

ME MO
5
–– – – – –– – –– – –

–– – – – –– – –– – –

10 –– – – – –– – –– – –

–– – – – –– – –– – –

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16

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4. REFERENCE
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RE F #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Halftone : Blue (Second row / 15th row
for each 5th to 36th columns)
5

10

15 RG B 1
16
Basic Operation
• Select the adjustment table.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 RGB1 ?
AA02 2 RGB2 Select the ?
AA03 3 DIGITAL adjustment table ?
AA04 4 SLOT ?
AA05 5
AA06 6
AA07 7
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select the upper item
AA97 ∞ Select the lower item
AA94
AA95

AA8A SET Select the item and shift


to lower layer
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING OFFSET
/setting screen
Operating specification
• Start from RGB 1 (Key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
However, the movement original item to be selected when shifted from the lower layer.
• When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.
• In INPUT5 (DVI) selection, impossible "RGB1" and "SLOT" selections (do not perform the display skip).
• When SLOT is not inserted and the external SLOT is inserted, selection of "SLOT" is impossible (do not perform the display skip).
• When selection of the item is impossible, turn the OSD display color into gray.

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1 REFERENCE — RGB1
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1
R E F – RG B 1 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 MA T CO N T : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remark Layer
AA01 1 MAT CONT ×
AA02 2 MAT BRIGHT ×
AA03 3 MAT COLOR ×
AA04 4 MAT TINT ×
AA05 5 AD MAIN CONT Call the ×
AA06 6 AD R HIGH adjustment value ×
AA07 7 AD G HIGH and display it. ×
AA08 8 AD B HIGH ×
AA09 9 AD R LOW ×
AA00 10 AD G LOW ×
AA46 11 AD B LOW ×
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING OFFSET
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from MAT CONT (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−−",
and turn the item display color into gray.

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2 REFERENCE — RGB2
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1
R E F – RG B 2 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 CO N T R A S T : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 CONTRAST ×
AA02 2 BRIGHT ×
AA03 3 COLOR ×
AA04 4 TINT ×
AA05 5 R HIGH Call the ×
AA06 6 G HIGH adjustment value ×
AA07 7 B HIGH and display it. ×
AA08 8 R LOW ×
AA09 9 G LOW ×
AA00 10 B LOW ×
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING OFFSET
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from CONTRAST (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−−",
and turn the item display color into gray.

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3 REFERENCE — DIGITAL
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1
RE F – D I G #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 PANE L R – H I GH : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 PANEL R–HIGH ×
AA02 2 PANEL G–HIGH ×
AA03 3 PANEL B–HIGH ×
AA04 4 PANEL R–LOW ×
AA05 5 PANEL G–LOW Call the ×
AA06 6 PANEL B–LOW adjustment value ×
AA07 7 ABL LEVEL and display it. ×
AA08 8 X–SUS–B ×
AA09 9 X–SUS–G ×
AA00 10 Y–SUS–B ×
AA46 11 Y–SUS–G ×
AA47 12 V–SUS ×
AA4D BS1 V–OFFSET ×
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING OFFSET
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from PANEL R-HIGH (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−−",
and turn the item display color into gray.

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4 REFERENCE — SLOT (At Connected SLOT ST1) • This mode is effective for SLOT ST1 only in connection
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1
RE F – S L OT #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 Y – DE L AY : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 Y–DELAY ×
AA02 2 Y–OUT LEVEL ×
AA03 3 CD TINT Call the ×
AA04 4 CDR OFFSET adjustment value ×
AA05 5 CDB OFFSET and display it. ×
AA06 6 R–Y LEVEL ×
AA07 7 B–Y LEVEL ×
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING OFFSET
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from Y-DELAY (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−−",
and turn the item display color into gray.

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5. OFFSET
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1
OF S #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 RG B 1
16

Basic Operation
Select the adjustment table
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 RGB1 ?
AA02 2 RGB2 Select the ?
AA03 3 DIGITAL adjustment table ?
AA04 4 SLOT ?
AA05 5
AA06 6
AA07 7
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select the upper item
AA97 ∞ Select the lower item
AA94
AA95

AA8A SET Select the item and


shift to lower layer
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING VIDEO OPTION
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from RGB 1 (Key 1) when shifted to this setting screen. However, the movement original item to be selected when shifted from the lower layer.
• When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.
• In INPUT5 (DVI) selection, impossible "RGB1" and "SLOT" selections (do not perform the display skip).
• When SLOT is not inserted and the external SLOT is inserted, selection of "SLOT" is impossible (do not perform the display skip).
• When selection of the item is impossible, turn the OSD display color into gray.
• Selection of each item is impossible at no input signal.
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1 OFFSET — RGB1
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1
O F S – RG B 1 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 MA T CO N T : ∗ ∗ ∗ ( ∗ ∗ ∗ )
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 MAT CONT ×
AA02 2 MAT BRIGHT ×
AA03 3 MAT COLOR ×
AA04 4 MAT TINT ×
AA05 5 AD MAIN CONT Call the ×
AA06 6 AD R HIGH adjustment value ×
AA07 7 AD G HIGH and display it. ×
AA08 8 AD B HIGH ×
AA09 9 AD R LOW ×
AA00 10 AD G LOW ×
AA46 11 AD B LOW ×
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING VIDEO OPTION
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from MAT CONT (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−− (−−−−−)",
and turn the item display color into gray.

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2 OFFSET — RGB2
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
O F S – RG B 2 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 *NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 CO N T R A S T : * * * ( * * * )
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 CONTRAST ×
AA02 2 BRIGHT ×
AA03 3 COLOR ×
AA04 4 TINT ×
AA05 5 R HIGH Call the ×
AA06 6 G HIGH adjustment value ×
AA07 7 B HIGH and display it. ×
AA08 8 R LOW ×
AA09 9 G LOW ×
AA00 10 B LOW ×
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING VIDEO OPTION
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from CONTRAST (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−− (−−−−−)",
and turn the item display color into gray.
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3 OFFSET — DIGITAL
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
OF S – D I G #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 PANE L R – H I GH : ∗ ∗ ∗ ( ∗ ∗ ∗ )
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 PANEL R–HIGH ×
AA02 2 PANEL G–HIGH ×
AA03 3 PANEL B–HIGH ×
Call the
AA04 4 PANEL R–LOW ×
adjustment value
AA05 5 PANEL G–LOW and display it. ×
AA06 6 PANEL B–LOW ×
AA07 7 ABL LEVEL ×
AA08 8 X–SUS–B ×
AA09 9 X–SUS–G ×
AA00 10 Y–SUS–B Selection is possible, and setting is impossible ×

AA46 11 Y–SUS–G ×
AA47 12 V–SUS ×
AA4D BS1 V–OFFSET ×
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING VIDEO OPTION
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from PANEL R–HIGH (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−− (−−−−−)",
and turn the item display color into gray.
• Because there is not the item which is applicable to an OFFSET item as for X–SUS–B, X–SUS–G, Y-SUS-B, Y–SUS–G, V–SUS and
V–OFFSET, selection is impossible. Always turn the OSD display color into gray, and display the adjustment value to "−−−−− (−−−−−)".

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4 OFFSET — SLOT (At Connected SLOT ST1) • This mode is effective for SLOT ST1 only in connection
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
OF S – S L OT #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 Y – DE L AY : ∗ ∗ ∗ ( ∗ ∗ ∗ )
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 Y–DELAY ×
AA02 2 Y–OUT LEVEL ×
AA03 3 CD TINT Call the ×
AA04 4 CDR OFFSET adjustment value ×
AA05 5 CDB OFFSET and display it. ×
AA06 6 R–Y LEVEL ×
AA07 7 B–Y LEVEL ×
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.

AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING VIDEO OPTION
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from Y-DELAY (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• When there is not the item which is applicable to an input signal mode, display the adjustment value to "−−−−− (−−−−−)",
and turn the item display color into gray.

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6. VIDEO OPTION
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
V I DEO OPT #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 *NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 S I DE MA S K LEV
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 SIDE MASK LEV Shift to adjustment screen of SIDE MASK LEVEL at SET (AA8A). ?
AA02 2 C MODE2 Shift to adjustment screen of COLOR MODE2 at SET (AA8A). ?
AA03 3 C TEMP LOW Shift to adjustment screen of COLOR TEMP LOW at SET (AA8A). ?
Select the
AA04 4 C TEMP MID LOW adjustment item Shift to adjustment screen of COLOR TEMP MID LOW at SET (AA8A). ?
AA05 5 C TEMP MID HIGH Shift to adjustment screen of COLOR TEMP MID HIGH at SET (AA8A). ?
AA06 6 C TEMP HIGH Shift to adjustment screen of COLOR TEMP HIGH at +SET (AA8A). ?
AA07 7
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94
AA95

AA8A SET Select the item and shift


to adjustment screen.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING INITIALIZE
/ setting screen.

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Operating specification
• Start from SIDE MASK LEVEL (Key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
However, the movement original item to be selected when shifted from the lower layer.
• When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.

• When entered the service factory mode, COLOR MODE works by integrator setting.
However in the COLOR MODE2 adjustment, Work with COLOR MODE2 without relation in COLOR MODE setting of the integrator menu.

• COLOR TEMP Setting in the COLOR TEMP Adjustment


When entered the service factory mode without a relation in user setting, COLOR TEMP becomes "MIDDLE".
In the COLOR TEMP adjustment, switch the operation to setting of selected COLOR TEMP.

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1 SIDE MASK LEV. Adjustment


1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
VO P – S MASK #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 R S I DE MA S K LEV : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 R SIDE MASK LEV ×
Call the
AA02 2 G SIDE MASK LEV adjustment value ×
AA03 3 B SIDE MASK LEV and display it. ×
AA04 4
AA05 5
AA06 6
AA07 7
AA08 8
AA09 9
AA00 10
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.


AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING INITIALIZE
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from R SIDE MASK LEVEL (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.

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2 COLOR MODE2 Adjustment


1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
VO P – C MOD E 2 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT COLOR MODE indication of second row/35th columns
displays the default.
(It is not controlled with the COLOR MODE in adjustment.)
5

Display color : White


Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
10

15 CON T R A S T : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 CONTRAST ×
AA02 2 BRIGHT ×
AA03 3 COLOR ×
AA04 4 TINT ×
AA05 5 R HIGH Call the ×
adjustment value
AA06 6 G HIGH ×
and display it.
AA07 7 B HIGH ×
AA08 8 R LOW ×
AA09 9 G LOW
AA00 10 B LOW
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.


AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING INITIALIZE
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from CONTRAST (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• It becomes COLOR MODE2 during COLOR MODE adjustment. However, do not perform the last memory of setting.
(Perform last memory of the adjustment value.)

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3 COLOR TEMP Adjustment


1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
Display color : White
VO P – C T M I D H #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 CON T R A S T : ∗ ∗ ∗
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 CONTRAST ×
AA02 2 BRIGHT ×
AA03 3 COLOR ×
AA04 4 TINT ×
AA05 5 R HIGH Call the ×
adjustment value
AA06 6 G HIGH ×
and display it.
AA07 7 B HIGH ×
AA08 8 R LOW ×
AA09 9 G LOW ×
AA00 10 B LOW ×
AA46 11
AA47 12
AA4D BS1
AA4E BS3
AA4F BS5
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes up.

AA95 Adjustment value of the parameter selecting goes down.


AA8A SET Store the adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING INITIALIZE
/ setting screen.
Operating specification
• Start from CONTRAST (key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performing the last memory of current adjustment value.
• Works by the selected COLOR TEMP setting during COLOR TEMP adjustment. However, do not perform the last memory of setting and maintain
the "M IDDLE". (Perform last memory of the adjustment value.)

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7. INITIALIZE
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
I N I T #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 CO L O R DET : EU RO
16

Basic Operation
• Perform the modification and confirmation of various setting.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 COLOR DET ...→EURO→SA→ALL→... ×
AA02 2 EEP CHECK EEPROM writing check ×
AA03 3 ACL SW ON ↔ OFF ×
AA04 4 INTEGRATOR MODE ...→LOCK→UNLOCK→... ×
AA05 5 P&P WRITE ENA For Plug & Play EEPROM writing ×
AA06 6 HOURMETER SET Set the current hourmeter Shift to setting screen at SET (AA8A) ?
AA07 7 PULSEMETER SET Set the pulse hourmeter Shift to setting screen at SET (AA8A) ?
AA08 8 FINAL SET UP Execute at SET (AA8A) ×
AA09 9 VIDEO STANDARD ...→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→7→8→9→A... ×
AA00 10 PC STANDARD ...→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→7→8→9→A... ×
AA46 11 VIDEO MODE1 ...→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→7→8→9→A... ×
AA47 12 PC MODE1 ...→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→7→8→9→A... ×
AA4D BS1 EEP DATA READ Shift to setting screen at SET (AA8A) ?
AA4E BS3 MASK1 Shift to setting screen at SET (AA8A) ?
AA4F BS5 MASK2 Shift to setting screen at SET (AA8A) ?
AA50 BS7 MEMO Shift to writing screen at SET (AA8A) ?
AA51 BS9 SERVICE PARTS Execute at SET (AA8A) ×
AA52 BS11 PICTURE DEFAULT Execute at SET (AA8A) ×
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select upper item
AA97 ∞ Select lower item
AA94 Select the function
AA95 Select the function

AA8A SET Select the item and shift to lower layer, or store the
adjustment value and shift to upper layer.
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
adjustment / setting
AA1E MPX OFFSET
screen.
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
Shift to next adjustment
AA49 MUTING INFORMATION
/ setting screen.

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Operating specification
• Start from COLOR DET (Key 1) when shifted to this setting screen.
However, the movement original item to be selected when shifted from the lower layer.
• When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.
• Perform the last memory of COLOR DET., ACL SW, INTE. MODE, MEMO, VIDEO STANDARD, PC STANDARD, VIDEO MODE1,
PC MODE1, HOURMETER SET, PULSEMETER SET, FINAL SET UP, MASK1, MASK2 and PICTURE DEFAULT.

Function description
1. COLOR DET. : Set the color detection system.
EURO SA ALL

2. EEP CHECK: Check the EEPROM writing


Display lower two places with the hexadecimal number of the result that added data to subaddress 1760-177C (PDC XGA/SHARP data) of EEPROM.
3. ACL SW: Set the ACL.
4. INTEGRATOR MODE: Set the integrator protection.
5. P&P WRITE ENA: Set the writing permission of the EEPROM for Plug & Play.
6. HOURMETER SET: Display and set the hourmeter.

1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
Can change three places of upper rank of SETDATA.
I N I T #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
5∞ : Select numeric value.
: Can select three places of upper rank.
5 SET : Shift to the setting modification
and confirmation screen.
HOURME T ER SET

N OW DATA : 1 2 34 5H
10
SET DATA : 0 9 70 0H

15
16

1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
: YES/NO selection
I N I T #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
SET : Store the SET DATA at YES selection
and shift to INIT screen.
5 Hold the NOW DATA at NO selection
and shift to INIT screen.

HOURME T ER SET ?
10
YES NO

15
16

7. PULSEMETER SET: Display and set the pulse meter.


1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
Can change three places of upper rank of SETDATA.
I N I T #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
5∞ : Select numeric value.
: Can select three places of upper rank.
5 SET : Shift to the setting modification
and confirmation screen.
P U L S EME T E R SET

N OW DATA : 1 2 34 5 . 6 7G
10
SET DATA : 0 9 70 0 . 0 0G

15
16

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1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
: YES/NO selection
I N I T #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
SET : Store the SET DATA at YES selection
and shift to INIT screen.
5 Hold the NOW DATA at NO selection
and shift to INIT screen.

P U L S EME T E R SET ?
10
YES NO

15
16

8. FINAL SET UP: Setting to the factory shipping state.


(Refer to the Final Setup Details.)
9. VIDEO STANDARD: Set the peak occurrences of STANDARD (USER MENU / POWER CONTROL) in the video system signal.
(Set the following table 1.) Note: Please do not perform the change of setting in the service.
10. PC STANDARD: Set the peak occurrences of STANDARD (USER MENU / POWER CONTROL) in the PC system signal.
(Set the following table 2.) Note: Please do not perform the change of setting in the service.
11. VIDEO MODE1: Set the peak occurrences of MODE1 (USER MENU / POWER CONTROL) in the video system signal.
(Set the following table 3.) Note: Please do not perform the change of setting in the service.
12. PC MODE1: Set the peak occurrences of MODE1 (USER MENU / POWER CONTROL) in the PC system signal.
(Set the following table 4.) Note: Please do not perform the change of setting in the service.

Current Input Signal


VIDEO PC
STANDARD mode Table1 Table2
POWER CONTROL
MODE1 Table3 Table4
setting
MODE2 PL6 (fixed)

13. EEP DATA READ: Display the each address data of EEPROM.
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
: Select the address (four places) place.
I N I T #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT
5∞ : Select numeric value.
SET : Shift to upper layer.
5 Update display data (hex) every address modification.

Display color : White (Selected address is yellow)


Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
10

15 EEP DAT A READ : 1 0 FF - 8 0


16

14. MASK1: Select the full mask. (Refer to "1 MASK1" .)


Note: Mask 1/2 are commonness and perform one item last memory.
15. MASK2: Select the mask pattern. (Refer to "2 MASK2" .)
Note: Mask 1/2 are commonness and perform one item last memory.

Caution: (item 14, 15 commonness)


• When key operation is done and performs OSD display, turns OFF FULL MASK for two seconds and display OSD. (common to in all modes)
• In FULL MASK selection (in MASK selection menu), Select the mask and turn off OSD two seconds later of no operation, and MASK screen
displays.
• Perform MASK determination (press "SET"), and FULL MASK screen display starts.
• Release of the mask is possible only with "M00" with the RS-232C factory adjustment mode or "MASK OFF" of the service factory menu.
(Release is impossible with "FULL MASK OFF" of the integrator menu and "FMN" of the RS-232C command.)

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16. MEMO: Display and edit the memo data.


1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1 <MEMO/SELECT>
I NFO #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT • Select MEMO to edit with 5∞ keys.
• Shift to the <MEMO/EDIT> screen with the SET key.
ME MO • When selects BACK and presses the SET key,
5 shift to the upper layer.
– – – – – – – – – –– –

– – – – – – – – – –– –

10 – – – – – – – – – –– –

– – – – – – – – – –– –

BACK
15
16

1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1 <MEMO/EDIT>
• Editing technique refers to the step of INPUT label
M E MO of the user menu.
• Default is "− − − − − − − − − − − −" display.
5 P DP - 5 0 3MX BACK SPACE (& shows space.)
• When "RESET" was pressed, display returns to the
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
default display setting.
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 . ,
10 ` ' / - ( ) @ ∗ : # ? &

RESET SPACE END

15
SEL ECT SET SET MENU EX I T
16

17. SERVICE PARTS : Rewrite a PD number of the module microcomputer to the parts recognition number for service.
Refer to "7.1.3 AUTOMATIC BACKUP OF DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY DATA".
For service recognition number: Modify the first column of the PD number to F
Caution: Only the EEPROM for the module microcomputer to modify the service recognition number.
A service identification number of module microcomputer data area in EEPROM for main microcomputer does not rewrite it.
Examples: F691 (an original PD number is 5691).
18. PICTURE DEFAULT
• The data which adjusted in the service factory mode reflect as default value of PICTURE, WHITE BAL and SIDE MASK LEVEL of the integrator
menu.
• The value that adjusted in the service factory mode is not reflected to all video output data except the service factory mode so long as does not
execute "PICTURE DEFAULT" or "FINAL SETUP".
• Execute "PICTURE DEFAULT" after the adjustment for the value that adjusted in the service factory mode is reflected to video output data.

Note: When executed "PICTURE DEFAULT"


1 All the PICTURE items of the user menu are reset.
2 PICTURE, WHT BAL and SIDE MASK LEVEL of the integrator menu become default value all in base with the current factory adjustment
value.

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FINAL SETUP Details


Items Initial Setting Remarks
Key Remote control input
Power supply (STANDBY/ON) NO CARE
Input function INPUT1
VIDEO WIDE (In the video signal input) Every each input function
1 DOT BY DOT
Screen size (In the PC signal input) Every each input function
PC 2 4 : 3 (incluted TYPE) and signal mode
3 FULL (incluted TYPE) Priority sequence is 1 → 2 → 3
Vertical position adjustment (V scroll) 0 Every each input function (at VIDEO)
KEY LOCK UNLOCK
All input functions are common
VOLUME 0
User menu setting item
PICTURE Default value of all adjustment Every each input function and signal mode
SCREEN Default value of all adjustment Every each input function and signal mode (at PC)
INPUT LABEL &INPUT∗& (∗: 1 to 5). Every each input function
AUTO POWER OFF OFF Every each input function
POWER MANAGEMENT OFF INPUT1 (at PC) /5
COLOR TEMP MIDDLE
DIGITAL NR LOW Every each input function (at VIDEO)
HIGH CONTRAST OFF
PURECINEMA OFF Every each input function (at 525i (NTSC))
COLOR SYSTEM AUTO Every each INPUT3/4
CLAMP POSITION AUTO Every each INPUT1/2
3D Y/C MODE MOTION INPUT 4
VGA (at mode03, 31, E1)
SETTING
XGA (at mode61, 71, 63, 73) Every INPUT 1/2
VIDEO SIGNAL RGB
POWER CONTROL STANDARD (VIDEO/PC) All input functions are common
AUTO FUNCTION OFF
All input functions are common
AUDIO OUT FIXED
Integrator menu setting item
PICTURE Default value of all adjustment items
WHITE BALANCE Default value of all adjustment items Every each input function and signal mode
SCREEN Default value of all adjustment items
2×2 MODE OFF/Upper left
Every each input function
VIDEO OFF
BRT. ENHANCE
PC OFF Every each function that the PC input is possible
HDTV MODE 1035i All input functions are common
COMPONENT1 750p/1125i/1125p
VIDEO INPUT
COMPONENT2 525i/525p/625i/625p
SUB VOLUME 60 Every input function
OSD ON
Set is common
BAUD RATE 4800BPS
(Setting/Timer time/Mask time/mask color)
TIMER OFF/1/0.0/WHT
All input functions are common

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Items Initial Setting Remarks


FULL MASK OFF
R LEVEL Default value
SIDE MASK G LEVEL Default value
B LEVEL Default value Set is common
MASK CONTROL ON
ORBITER MODE OFF
INVERSE MODE OFF
COLOR MODE MODE1 Set is common
MIRROR MODE OFF
FAN CONTROL AUTO
MONITOR NAME &&&PLASMA&&& Set is common
ID NO SET −−
SLOT INPUT VIDEO (RGB)
Factory Setting Item
INTE MODE UNLOCK
MASK1/2 setting OFF Set is common
ACL SW ON
COLOR DET NO CARE
RS-232C Setting Item
VIDEO MUTE OFF
LED ON Set is common
100% display OFF

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1 MASK1
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
I N I T – MA SK 1 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 MA SK : OFF ( 6 0H z )
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 MASK OFF OFF ×
AA02 2 MASK51 White ×
AA03 3 MASK52 Cyan 274 ×
AA04 4 MASK53 Mazenta 1023 ×
AA05 5 MASK54 Flesh color ×
AA06 6 MASK55 Cyan 1023 ×
AA07 7 MASK56 Light purple ×
AA08 8 MASK57 Sky blue ×
AA09 9 MASK58 Red ×
AA00 10 MASK59 Green ×
AA46 11 MASK60 Blue ×
AA47 12 MASK61 Black ×
AA4D BS1 MASK62 Red 779 ×
AA4E BS3 MASK63 Reservation ×
AA4F BS5 MASK64 Reservation ×
AA50 BS7 MASK65 Reservation ×
AA51 BS9 MASK66 Reservation ×
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select the upper item
AA97 ∞ Select the lower item
AA94 Select free-running frequency ••→50Hz→60Hz→70Hz→•• Default is 60 Hz
AA95 Select free-running frequency ••→50Hz→60Hz→70Hz→•• Default is 60 Hz
AA8A SET Store the selected item and shift to upper layer
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various adjustment / REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
setting screen.
AA1E MPX OFFSET
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
AA49 MUTING Shift to next adjustment / setting screen. INFORMATION
Operating specification
• Start from MASK OFF (Key1) when shifted to this setting screen. However, set MASK position is a default when sets an either mask already.
• When entered this mode by the state that either MASK set of MASK2, setting of MASK2 is off, and MASK 1 starts from MASK OFF (Key1).
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performed the last memory of the current adjustment value.
Caution: In the MASK setting, do not display the OSD.
When other operations were selected, perform OSD display after MASK OFF for two seconds.
Then return to selected FULL MASK display.

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2 MASK2
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
I N I T – MA SK 2 #1 –S1– I N4–02 –2 ∗NT Display color : White
Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for
each 5 to 36th columns)
5

10

15 MA SK : OFF ( 6 0H z )
16

Basic Operation
Perform the adjustment of each parameter.
Lower
Rem Code Key Name Function & Display Description Remarks Layer
AA01 1 MASK OFF OFF ×
AA02 2 MASK 01 Pattern 1 (Ramp) ×
AA03 3 MASK 02 Pattern 2 (Color-bar) ×
AA04 4 MASK 03 Pattern 3 (Slanting line) ×
AA05 5 MASK 04 Pattern 4 (For W/B Lo-Light adjustment ×
1/5Window (14%, 56%))
AA06 6 MASK 05 Pattern 5 (For W/B Lo-Light adjustment ×
1/5Window (Pred, Skin))
AA07 7 MASK 06 Pattern 6 (For W/B Peak adjustment ×
1/5Window (100%))
AA08 8 MASK 07 Pattern 7 (Peak signal : For peak measurement ×
and adjustment 1/5Window (100%))
AA09 9 MASK 08 Pattern 8 (Reservation) ×
AA00 10 MASK 09 Pattern 9 (For scan IC protection test Window-A) ×
AA46 11 MASK 10 Pattern 10 (For scan IC protection test Window-B) ×
AA47 12 MASK 11 Pattern 11 (Reservation) ×
AA4D BS1 MASK 12 Pattern 12 (Reservation) ×
AA4E BS3 MASK 13 Pattern 13 (Reservation) ×
AA4F BS5 MASK 14 Pattern 14 (Reservation) ×
AA50 BS7
AA51 BS9
AA52 BS11
AA53 BS13
AA54 BS15
AA96 5 Select the upper item
AA97 ∞ Select the lower item
AA94 Select free-running frequency ••→50Hz→60Hz→70Hz→•• Default is 60 Hz
AA95 Select free-running frequency ••→50Hz→60Hz→70Hz→•• Default is 60 Hz
AA8A SET Store the selected item and shift to upper layer
AAD3-AF70 AUDIO
INFORMATION
AA4A DISPLAY CALL
AA1D SURROUND MODE RANGE CHECK
AA59 AV SELECT
Shift to various adjustment / REFERENCE
AA43 AV MEMORY
setting screen.
AA1E MPX OFFSET
AAD3-AF3C SCREEN SIZE VIDEO OPTION
AAD3-AF36 FULL AUTO ZOOM
INITIALIZE
AAD3-AF22 P.ZOOM
AA49 MUTING Shift to next adjustment / setting screen. INFORMATION
Operating specification
• Start from MASK OFF (Key1) when shifted to this setting screen. However, set MASK position is a default when sets an either mask already.
• When entered this mode by the state that either MASK set of MASK1, setting of MASK1 is off, and MASK 1 starts from MASK OFF (Key1).
• When a key was pressed, follow the required operation after performed the last memory of the current adjustment value.
Caution: In the MASK setting, do not display the OSD.
When other operations were selected, perform OSD display after MASK OFF for two seconds.
Then return to selected MASK display.
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Cassification 1 of Input Signal Mode (VIDEO)


INPUT5
V. Frequency H. Frequency Display Pixel
SIG Mode Signal Type OSD display (DVI input)
fv (Hz) fh (Hz) Number Correspondence
00 • 5 (100% tentative) 1280 × 768
00 • 6 4:3 984 × 768
SDTV • 625i
00 • 7 FULL 50 15.6 1280 × 768 ×
(PAL/SECAM)
00 • 8 ZOOM 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
00 • 9 WIDE 1280 × 768
01 • 5 (100% tentative) 1280 × 768
01 • 6 4:3 984 × 768
SDTV • 625p
01 • 7 FULL 50 31.2 1280 × 768 ×
(PAL • Progressive)
01 • 8 ZOOM 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
01 • 9 WIDE 1280 × 768
02 • 5 (100% tentative) 1280 × 768
02 • 6 4:3 984 × 768
SDTV • 525i
02 • 7 FULL 60 15.7 1280 × 768 ×
(NTSC/4.43NTSC)
02 • 8 ZOOM 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
02 • 9 WIDE 1280 × 768
03 • 5 (100% tentative) 1280 × 768
03 • 6 4:3 984 × 768
SDTV • 525p
03 • 7 FULL 60 31.5 1280 × 768 ×
(NTSC • Progressive)
03 • 8 ZOOM 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
03 • 9 WIDE 1280 × 768
11 • 5 HDTV • 1125i (1080 number of effective (100%) 1280 × 768 ×
50 28.1
11 • 7 scanning lines) FULL 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
12 • 5 HDTV • 1125i (1080 number of effective (100%) 1280 × 768 ×
60 33.8
12 • 7 scanning lines) FULL 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
13 • 5 HDTV • 1125i (1035 number of effective (100%) 1280 × 768 ×
60 33.8
13 • 7 scanning lines) FULL 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
14 • 5 HDTV • 750p (720 number of effective (100%) 1280 × 768 ×
60 45.0
14 • 7 scanning lines) FULL 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)
15 • 5 HDTV • 1125p (1080 number of (100%) 1280 × 768 ×
60 67.5
15 • 7 effective scanning lines) FULL 1280 × 768 (no-correspondence)

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Classification 2 of Input Signal Mode (PC)


INPUT5
V. Frequency H. Frequency Display Pixel
SIG Mode Signal Type OSD Display (DVI input)
v (Hz) h (Hz) Number
Correspondence
20 • 2 640 × 400 FULL 56 24.8 1280 × 768 × (non-correspondence)

23 • 2 640 × 400 FULL 70 31.5 1280 × 768 % (correspond informally)

31 • 0 DOT BY DOT 640 × 480


31 • 1 640 × 480 4:3 60 31.5 1024 × 768 ? (correspondence)
31 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
32 • 0 DOT BY DOT 640 × 480
32 • 1 640 × 480 4:3 66 35.0 1024 × 768 % (correspond informally)
32 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
34 • 0 DOT BY DOT 640 × 480
% (correspond informally)
34 • 1 640 × 480 4:3 72 37.9 1024 × 768
34 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
35 • 0 DOT BY DOT 640 × 480
% (correspond informally)
35 • 1 640 × 480 4:3 75 37.5 1024 × 768
35 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
36 • 0 DOT BY DOT 640 × 480
% (correspond informally)
36 • 1 640 × 480 4:3 85 43.3 1024 × 768
36 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
40 • 4 DOT BY DOT 800 × 600
40 • 1 800 × 600 4:3 56 35.1 1024 × 768 ? (correspondence)
40 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
41 • 0 DOT BY DOT 800 × 600
41 • 1 800 × 600 4:3 60 37.9 1024 × 768 ? (correspondence)
41 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
44 • 0 DOT BY DOT 800 × 600
44 • 1 800 × 600 4:3 72 48.1 1024 × 768 % (correspond informally)
44 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
45 • 0 DOT BY DOT 800 × 600
45 • 1 800 × 600 4:3 75 46.9 1024 × 768 % (correspond informally)
45 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
46 • 0 DOT BY DOT 800 × 600
% (correspond informally)
46 • 1 800 × 600 4:3 85 53.7 1024 × 768
46 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
55 • 0 DOT BY DOT 832 × 624
55 • 1 832 × 624 4:3 75 49.7 1024 × 768 % (correspond informally)
55 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
61 • 1 DOT BY DOT 1024 × 768
1024 × 768 60 48.4 ? (correspondence)
61 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
63 • 1 DOT BY DOT 1024 × 768
1024 × 768 70 56.5 % (correspond informally)
63 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
65 • 1 DOT BY DOT 1024 × 768
1024 × 768 75 60.0 % (correspond informally)
65 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
66 • 1 DOT BY DOT 1024 × 768
1024 × 768 85 68.7 % (correspond informally)
66 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768
70 • 2 1280 × 768 DOT BY DOT 56 45.1 1024 × 768 ? (correspondence)
71 • 2 1280 × 768 DOT BY DOT 60 48.1 1024 × 768 ? (correspondence)
73 • 2 1280 × 768 DOT BY DOT 70 55.5 1024 × 768 % (correspond informally)

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INPUT5
V. Frequency H. Frequency
SIG Mode Signal Type OSD Display Display Pixel (DVI input)
v (Hz) h (Hz)
Number Correspondence
81 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1152 × 864 60 53.7 ? (correspondence)
81 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
84 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1152 × 864 72 64.9 % (correspond informally)
84 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768

85 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768


1152 × 864 75 67.5 % (correspond informally)
85 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768

95 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1016 × 768


1152 × 870 75 68.7 % (correspond informally)
95 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
A2 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 984 × 768
1152 × 900 66 62.0 % (correspond informally)
A2 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
A5 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 984 × 768
1152 × 900 76 71.7 % (correspond informally)
A5 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
B1 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1280 × 960 60 60.0 ? (correspondence)
B1 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768

C1 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 960 × 768


C1 • 2 1280 × 1024 FULL (TYPE) 60 64.0 1280 × 768 ? (correspondence)
C1 • 3 PARTIAL 1280 × 768

C5 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 960 × 768


1280 × 1024 75 80.0 × (non-correspondence)
C5 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
C6 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 960 × 768
1280 × 1024 85 91.1 × (non-correspondence)
C6 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
D1 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1600 × 1200 60 75.0 × (non-correspondence)
D1 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
D2 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1600 × 1200 65 81.3 × (non-correspondence)
D2 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
D3 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1600 × 1200 70 87.5 × (non-correspondence)
D3 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
D5 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1600 × 1200 75 93.8 × (non-correspondence)
D5 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
D6 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1024 × 768
1600 × 1200 85 106.3 × (non-correspondence)
D6 • 2 FULL (TYPE) 1280 × 768
E1 • 1 DOT BY DOT 852 × 480
852 × 480 60 31.7 ? (correspondence)
E1 • 2 FULL 1280 × 768

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ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED WHEN THE SET IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED


RGB Assy Y DRIVE Assy
When repaired When repaired
1. Adjustment is impossible if replacing the Matrix IC or 1. VOFS/VH/IC5V voltage adjustment
AD/PLL/AMP IC. 2. Timing adjustment of pulse module
2. Adjustment is unnecessary in case of others.
When replaced
When replaced 1. SUSB ground timing adjustment
White balance adjustment 2. Panel white balance adjustment

SW POWER SUPPLY Module X DRIVE Assy


When replaced
When repaired
No adjustment required.
1. VRN voltage adjustment
2. Timing adjustment of pulse module
DIGITAL VIDEO Assy
When replaced
When repaired
1. SUSB ground timing adjustment
No adjustment required. 2. Panel white balance adjustment
When replaced
1. Adjustment is unnecessary when replacing only the DIGITAL Video Card (PDA-5002)
VIDEO Assy.
2. When replaced with RGB Assy simultaneously, remove When repaired
IC1204 (24LC04(1) SN-TBB) from the former PC Board to 1. Y LEVEL adjustment
replace, and install it to the new PC Board. 2. Color difference and TINT adjustment
3. When use new Assy which replaces it and recovered as
service parts once again, replace IC1204 with new IC. When replaced
No adjustment required.

DIGITAL VIDEO
Assy

SW POWER SUPPLY
Module

Y DRIVE
Assy

X DRIVE
Assy

RGB Assy

Video Card
(PDA-5002)

Fig. 1 PC Board Location (rear side view)

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ADJUSTMENT
Video Card Adjustment
• Adjust after replacement of IC's.
• Perform adjustments from step 1 to step 6 every each input signal.
NTSC PAL SECAM 443NTSC PALM PALN NTSC PAL

INPUT4 INPUT3

Adjustment Input Measuring Adjusting


Step Control Value
Adjusting Method
Item Signal Point
Adjust Level so that the peak to peak of waveform becomes
700 mVp-p.

Y Level
1 RAMP IC7302 CN7401-pin 3 700mVp-p
Adjustment a
(IC7130)(SA83) 700mVp-p

a: Adjust Offset so that the pedestal level becomes fixed.


b: Adjust Level so that the peak to peak of waveform becomes
525 mVp-p.

R-Y Offset
2 Color-Bar IC7302 CN7401-pin 7 525mVp-p
Adjustment
b
(IC7130)(SA88) a 525mVp-p

a: Adjust Offset so that the pedestal level becomes fixed.


b: Adjust TINT so that the height ratio of each stair step
B-Y Offset
3 waveform becomes fixed.
Adjustment
(IC7130)(SA88) c: Adjust Level so that the peak to peak of waveform becomes
525 mVp-p. b
Color-Bar IC7302 CN7401-pin 5 525mVp-p
b
b c
TINT
4 a 525mVp-p
Adjustment
(IC7130)(SA80)

a: Adjust Offset so that the pedestal level becomes fixed.


b: Adjust Level so that the peak to peak of waveform becomes
525 mVp-p.

R-Y Level
5 Color-Bar IC7103 CN7401-pin 7 525mVp-p
Adjustment
b
(IC7103) a 525mVp-p
(SA101)

a: Adjust Offset so that the pedestal level becomes fixed.


b: Adjust TINT so that the height ratio of each stair step
waveform becomes fixed.
c: Adjust Level so that the peak to peak of waveform becomes
B-Y Level 525 mVp-p. b
6 Color-Bar IC7103 CN7401-pin 5 525mVp-p
Adjustment b
(IC7103) b
(SA100) c
a 525mVp-p

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Operating Check
After each adjustment was completed, confirm the following signals are output correctly.
• INPUT3 input signal
• INPUT4 input signal
• INPUT5 input signal
• Signal distinction circuit operation
• Audio signal

VIDEO CARD
(PDA-5002)
CN7401

VIDEO SLOT ST1 Assy

TP7202
TP7302
TP7205
TP7201
TP7301 TP7204
TP7109

TP7303 TP7203
TP7108
TP7414 IC7302
TP7415 TP7206
TP7207
TP7105
TP7413
TP7107 TP7110
TP7416 TP7106 TP7111 TP7104

IC7103 TP7102
TP7101
TP7112

TP7103

TP7007 TP7006
TP7412 TP7403 TP7015 TP7009 TP7011
TP7402 TP7013 TP7003 TP7001
TP7008TP7005
TP7404 TP7016 TP7010
TP7014 TP7012 TP7004 TP7002

Adjustment Points

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Main Unit Adjustment


VOFS/VH/IC5V Voltage Adjustment
Input Signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method
VOFS (Offset voltage) adjustment
Method 1
1. Write down a adjustment value of V-OFFSET of REF-DIG mode in the factory mode.
2. Set this adjustment value to center (128).
3. Adjust VR2701 so that the voltage between K2701 (VOFS) and K2703 (SUS GND) becomes
45V.
4. Return it to the value that wrote down a adjustment value of V-OFFSET in step 1.

Method 2
1. Read the adjustment value of V-OFFSET of REF-DIG mode in the factory mode.
2. Adjust VR2701 so that the voltage between K2710 (VOFS) and K2703 (SUS GND) becomes
following voltage ± 0.5V.

Input DAC Setting Input DAC Setting


Command Output Voltage Command Output Voltage
VOF000 0.4 25 VOF134 2.599212598 45.94488
VOF006 0.4984375 25.9375 VOF141 2.71496063 47.04724
VOF013 0.61328125 27.03125 VOF147 2.814173228 47.99213
VOF019 0.71171875 27.96875 VOF153 2.913385827 48.93701
VOF026 0.8265625 29.0625 VOF160 3.029133858 50.03937
VR2701 (VOFS)
VOF032 0.925 30 VOF166 3.128346457 50.98425
(Y DRIVE Assy)
VOF038 1.0234375 30.9375 VOF172 3.227559055 51.92913
VOF045 1.13828125 32.03125 VOF179 3.343307087 53.0315
VOF051 1.23671875 32.96875 VOF185 3.442519685 53.97638
VOF058 1.3515625 34.0625 VOF191 3.541732283 54.92126
VOF064 1.45 35 VOF198 3.657480315 56.02362
VOF070 1.5484375 35.9375 VOF204 3.756692913 56.9685
VOF077 1.66328125 37.03125 VOF211 3.872440945 58.07087
VOF083 1.76171875 37.96875 VOF217 3.971653543 59.01575
White 100% VOF090 1.8765625 39.0625 VOF223 4.070866142 59.96063
VOF096 1.975 40 VOF230 4.186614173 61.06299
VOF102 2.0734375 40.9375 VOF236 4.285826772 62.00787
VOF109 2.18828125 42.03125 VOF242 4.38503937 62.95276
VOF115 2.28671875 42.96875 VOF249 4.500787402 64.05512
VOF122 2.4015625 44.0625 VOF255 4.6 65
VOF128 2.5 45

The symptom is case of mis-adjustment


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

VH (voltage for scan IC) Adjustment


Adjust so that the voltage between K2716 (VH) and K2720 (PSUS) becomes 130V ± 0.5V.
PSUS (=GNDH) is a floating GND and the electric potential is different from that of chassis
VR2703 (VH) GND. Be sure not to short-circuit PSUS (=GNDH) and another GND, because that may
(Y DRIVE Assy) damage the unit.

The symptom is case of mis-adjustment


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

IC5V Adjustment
Adjust so that the voltage between K2707 (IC5V) and K2720 (PSUS) becomes 5.0V ± 0.1V.
VR2702 (IC5V) PSUS (=GNDH) is a floating GND and the electric potential is different from that of chassis
(Y DRIVE Assy) GND. Be sure not to short-circuit PSUS (=GNDH) and another GND, because that may
damage the unit.

Note : Be sure to measure between specified test points.

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Sustain Pulse Waveform Adjustment


Input Signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method
REF_DIG mode
in Factory mode X-SUS-B, Y-SUS-B Adjustment
White 100%
X-SUS-B : key 9 Set to the indicated value with a key on the remote control unit.
Y-SUS-B : key 11 (Refer to "Timing adjustment of control signal of X and Y Drive Assys".)

VRN Voltage Adjustment


Input Signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

VR3701 (VRN) VRN (minus reset voltage adjustment)


White 100%
(X DRIVE Assy) Adjust so that the voltage between K3707 (VRN) and K3702 (SUS-GND) becomes
-300V ± 1.0V.

Panel White Balance Adjustment


Input Signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method

Adjust the parameter in the OFFSET-DIGITAL of factory mode as follows;


PANEL R-HIGH

PANEL B-LOW
In this time, dispay uses the mask (MASK04) of factory mode.
Reference : Adjustment values using the Media color-difference meter (A-100)
MASK Left Side MASK Right Side
x 295 291
y 306 300

Mask Level Adjustment


Input Signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method
VIDEO OPTION mode in
Factory mode
SIDE MASK LEV. Side mask color / Level Adjustment
R SIDE LEVEL : key 1 Set the indicated value with the keys on the remote control unit.
G SIDE LEVEL : key 2
B SIDE LEVEL : key 3

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White Balance Adjustment


• Video Card (PDA-5002) is necessary for white balance adjustment for Video signal of RGB Assy.
• Adjust with Video system signal (525i) and RGB (PC VGA) signal.
• Adjust so that the Red and Blue signals becomes the same level and amplitude by reference with Green signal.
Input Signal Step Adjusting Method
Connect a Video card in RGB Assy through a jig cable, and set it in the state that RGB Assy can measure.
1 (Refer to page 133 "Diagnosis of the Video Card (PDA-5002)".)
Cannot measure the signal level that does not use a jig cable.
Note: Be careful in the direction of connector of a jig cable.
Input a 525i signal to INPUT1 or INPUT2 with a component signal.
A signal pattern is only luminance signal such as lamp signal and a STEP signal.
2
And use the signal which black level (0IRE) and gradation can confirm.
Note: May use a standard NTSC Video signal as Y (luminance) signal of component signal.
In the signal input function (INPUT1 or INPUT2), perform the display mode of VIDEO signal to component.
3
MENU → SETUP → VIDEO SIGNAL : COMPONENT
Turn to standby once, and perform power supply ON with the factory mode once again.
4
MENU → SET → POWER ON
Turn ACL SW setting to OFF.
INITIALIZE mode
5
ACL SW : 3 key
Select OFF by right and left keys.
Decrease three steps of MAT CONT adjustment value of OFFSET-RGB1.
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
6
MAT CONT : 1 key
Decrease three steps of adjustment value by right and left keys.
Decrease two steps of MAT BRIGHT adjustment value of OFFSET-RGB1.
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
7
MAT BRIGHT : 2 key
Decrease two steps of adjustment value by right and left keys.

Video signal 8 Take a trigger of oscilloscope with HD_PLL (3.3Vp-p) of K4805.


9 Measure a signal waveform of Green signal at K4603, and measure the black level (0IRE) of signal and signal
amplitude.
AD R LOW adjustment
Measure the black level (0IRE) of Red signal at K4602, and adjust so that the level of AD R LOW to match the black
level (0IRE) of Green signal which measured with step 10.
10 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD R LOW : 9 key
Adjust by right and left keys.
AD R HIGH adjustment
Measure the signal amplitude of Red signal at K4602, and adjust so that the level of AD R HIGH to match the signal
amplitude of Green signal which measured with step 10.
11 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD R HIGH : 6 key
Adjust by right and left keys.
AD B LOW adjustment
Measure the black level (0IRE) of Blue signal at K4604, and adjust so that the level of AD B LOW to match the black
level (0IRE) of Green signal which measured with step 10.
12 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD B LOW :11 key
Adjust by right and left keys.
AD B HIGH adjustment
Measure the signal amplitude of Blue signal at K4604, and adjust so that the level of AD B HIGH to match the signal
amplitude of Green signal which measured with step 10.
13 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD B HIGH : 8 key
Adjust by right and left keys.

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Input Signal Step Adjusting Method

Adjust the black level of Red and Blue Adjust the signal amplitude of Red and Blue
signals to reference with black level signals to reference with signal amplitude
of Green signal of Green signal

Green signal Green signal


waveform waveform

Red or Blue Red or Blue


signal Signal amplitude signal
waveform of Green signal waveform

Black level of
Green signal

Video signal Black level of


Red or Blue signal

Increase three steps of MAT CONT adjustment value of OFFSET-RGB1.


OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
14
MAT CONT : 1 key
Increase three steps of adjustment value by right and left keys.
Increase two steps of MAT BRIGHT adjustment value of OFFSET-RGB1.
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
15
MAT BRIGHT : 2 key
Increase two steps of adjustment value by right and left keys.
Turn ACL SW setting to ON.
INITIALIZE mode
16
ACL SW : 3 key
Select ON by right and left keys.
Input a RGB (PC) signal to INPUT1 or INPUT2.
A signal pattern is only luminance signal such as lamp signal and a STEP signal.
1 And use the signal which black level (0IRE) and gradation can confirm.
• Recommended signal: VESA VGA@60Hz
Turn to standby once, and perform power supply ON with the factory mode once again.
2 MENU → SET → POWER ON
3 Take a trigger of oscilloscope with HD_PLL (3.3Vp-p) of K4805.

4 Measure the signal waveform of Green signal at K4603, and measure the black level (0IRE) of signal and signal
amplitude.
RGB (PC) AD R LOW adjustment
signal Measure the black level (0IRE) of Red signal at K4602, and adjust so that the level of AD R LOW to match the black
level (0IRE) of Green signal which measured with step 10 of video signal.
5 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD R LOW : 9 key
Adjust by right and left keys.

AD R HIGH adjustment
Measure the signal amplitude of Red signal at K4602, and adjust so that the level of AD R HIGH to match the signal
amplitude of Green signal which measured with step 10 of video signal.
6 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD R HIGH : 6 key
Adjust by right and left keys.

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Input Signal Step Adjusting Method


AD B LOW adjustment
Measure the black level (0IRE) of Blue signal at K4604, and adjust so that the level of AD B LOW to match the black
level (0IRE) of Green signal which measured with step 10 of video signal.
7 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD B LOW : 11 key
Adjust by right and left keys.

AD B HIGH adjustment
Measure the signal amplitude of Blue signal at K4604, and adjust so that the level of AD B HIGH to match the signal
amplitude of Green signal which measured with step 10 of video signal.
8 Adjustment error: ± 0.05V
OFFSET mode: Select the RGB 1 mode by top and bottom keys
AD R LOW : 8 key
RGB (PC) Adjust by right and left keys.
signal
Adjust the black level of Red and Blue Adjust the signal amplitude of Red and Blue
signals to reference with black level signals to reference with signal amplitude
of Green signal of Green signal
Green signal Green signal
waveform waveform

Red or Blue Red or Blue


signal Signal amplitude signal
waveform of Green signal waveform

Black level of
Green signal

Black level of
Red or Blue signal

Color Balance Adjustment


Input Signal Adjusting Point Adjusting Method
REFERENCE1 mode
in Factory mode Color Balance Adjustment
Fresh color After adjusting the white balance, check the flesh color of figures in LD still pictures. If the color
COLOR : key 3
TINT : key 4 is not natural, adjust it with the keys on the remote control unit.

Reference : Adjustment values using the Media color-difference meter (A-100)


NTSC HD PC
x 298 299 302
20% window-step signal
y 307 315 308
(-3dB)
White Y 6.6 5.7 2.9
Balance x 293 292 297
80% window-step signal
y 309 312 319
(-3dB)
Y 135 148 66.2
Flesh x 430 427 −
Color Window chroma signal
y 365 362 −

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Timing Adjustment of X and Y DRIVE Assys Control Signal

Adjustment Method
CR delay circuit is each inserted on signal path of four control signals (SUS-U, SUS-B, SUS-D, SUS-G) driving
the pulse module.
Quantity of delay can adjust pulse module of one side with VR.
Adjust VR while measuring the waveform of the pulse module, and match timing.

Adjustment VR Test pin for adjustment and measurment


X DRIVE Y DRIVE Pulse Module X DRIVE Y DRIVE
SUS-U VR3203 VR2204 Upper Lower Upper Lower
SUS-D VR3202 VR2203 SUSOUT K3105 K3106 K2212 K2203
SUS-B VR3201 VR2202 SUS-U K3200 K3204 K2220 K2224
SUS-G VR3200 VR2201 SUS-D K3108 K3205 K2207 K2225

Adjustment Procedure

Power ON
Black Mask Screen Measuring points of waveform
are refered to next page.
Display a SUSOUT waveform
Coarse adjustment of
SUS-U, SUS-B, SUS-G
Power ON and
Display a SUS-D waveform display a SUS-D waveform
SUS-D adjustment SUS-D readjustment
Adjust the waveform to 20-25ns. Adjust the waveform to 20-25ns.

Display a SUS-U waveform Display a SUS-U waveform


SUS-U adjustment SUS-U readjustment
Adjust the waveform to 20-25ns. Adjust the waveform to 20-25ns.

Power OFF Power OFF


Adjust VR resistance value Adjust VR resistance value
of SUS-B and SUS-G to match of SUS-B and SUS-G to match
VR resistance value of SUS-D VR resistance value of SUS-D
within ± 2Ω. within ± 2Ω.

Power ON and display a SUSOUT


waveform

Compare waveform, No
and do harmonize
almost?

Yes

Adjustment end

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Measuring Waveform of Pulse Module Timing Adjustment


Timing adjustment of the pulse module control signal adjusts with the sustain pulse of eighth pulse (X DRIVE) and
the ninth pulse (Y DRIVE) from the back of 6SF.
Measuring point of waveform
Y DRIVE SUSOUT waveform X DRIVE SUSOUT waveform

1SF 2SF 3SF 4SF 5SF 6SF 7SF 1SF 2SF 3SF 4SF 5SF 6SF 7SF

1ms/div 1ms/div
Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block

CH1 : Y SUSOUT Under (K2203), 50V/div CH1 : X SUSOUT Under (K3106), 50V/div
CH2 : Y SUSOUT Upper (K2212), 50V/div CH2 : X SUSOUT Upper (K3105), 50V/div
CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div
5µs/div Trigger : 2msec delay 5µs/div Trigger : 2msec delay

Use this sustain pulse Use this sustain pulse


and adjust. and adjust.

• Perform adjustment of waveform with a black mask screen. When took waveform be each drive Assy unit, measure it at the
• It is easy to adjust when turned field AB offset to OFF (RS-232C fourth sustain pulse from the back except for a large width sustain
command: OCN) in adjustment. pulse.
Therefore, when measured both waveform of the X and Y drives
Note: together, it becomes the sustain pulse of 8 and 9 pulses from the
• Sampling rate of oscilloscope sets it more than 500MS/s in order back.
to perform ns order adjustment.
• Collecting calibration of probe before adjustment by all means.

• Connect GND of probe measuring waveform to SUSGND terminal


by all means.
• Precise waveform is not displayed, and an adjustment gap may
occur that does not collect GND properly.

Waveform coarse adjustment


Measure the SUSOUT waveform
When there is a gap with waveform of CH1 / CH2 of the part which
enclosed in the following circle, adjust required VR to overlap the
waveform.

1ms/div
Magnify the adjustment waveform

Adjust with SUS-B


CH1 : Y SUSOUT Under (K2203), 50V/div
CH2 : Y SUSOUT Upper (K2212), 50V/div
CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div
500ns/div Trigger : 2msec delay

Adjust with SUS-U Adjust with SUS-G

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SUS-D Adjustment (Y DRIVE) SUS-U Adjustment (Y DRIVE)

1ms/div 1ms/div
Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block

5µs/div 5µs/div

Magnification Magnification

1ms/div 1ms/div
Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block

500ns/div 200ns/div

Magnification Magnification

1ms/div 1ms/div
Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block

Upper PM
20 - 25ns
Lower PM Upper PM

20 - 25ns Lower PM
10ns/div 10ns/div

CH1 : Y SUS-D Under (K2225), 50V/div CH1 : Y SUS-U Under (K2224), 50V/div
CH2 : Y SUS-D Upper (K2207), 50V/div CH2 : Y SUS-U Upper (K2220), 50V/div
CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div
Trigger : 2msec delay Trigger : 2msec delay

Waveform Confirmation in Adjustment completion


Measure the SUSOUT waveform

Confirm it to waveform of CH1 / CH2 of the part which enclosed in


the following circle whether there is not a large gap.
(A gap of the quantity that shifts 20nS and adjusted remains.)
1ms/div
Magnify the adjustment waveform
When adjust in the power supply ON state, change so that the
CH1 : Y SUSOUT Under (K2203), 50V/div
quantity of gap that adjusted by temperature-rise of the pulse
CH2 : Y SUSOUT Upper (K2212), 50V/div module becomes small.
CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div Therefore, perform high power OFF (RS-232C command: DRF)
500ns/div Trigger : 2msec delay except measurement time of waveform when adjusts, and
adjustment error by temperature-rise does not occur.

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SUS-B Ground Timing Adjustment


It is necessary to make this adjustment when replacing the X or Y DRIVE Assy and the pulse module.

Measurement point and method


Measurement point of waveform of X and Y DRIVE Assy in timing adjustment is test pin of SUSOUT of the pulse module of
bottom of the main unit.
X DRIVE Assy : K3106 Y DRIVE Assy : K2203
Measurement screen : White mask

The measurement is easy to perform when turns field AB alternation to OFF. (RS-232C command: OCN)

Measure a sustain pulse of the fourth pulse (X DRIVE) and the fifth pulse (Y DRIVE) from the back of the fourth FS, and
adjust. In the start section of this sustain pulse, waveform has inflection point with the timing when SUS-B becomes ON.
Adjust so that the voltage of this inflection point is the nearest to 150V and do not become less than 150V.
Adjustment parameter
X DRIVE: XSUSB (RS-232C command : XSB)
Y DRIVE: YSUSB (RS-232C command : YSB)

Note:
• Connect GND of probe measuring waveform to SUSGND terminal by all means.
• Precise waveform is not displayed, and an adjustment gap may occur that does not collect GND properly.
Waveform in the measurement

Rst 1SF 2SF 3SF 4SF

1ms/div
Magnify 4SF block
X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y

CH1 : Y SUSOUT (K2203), 50V/div


CH2 : X SUSOUT (K3106), 50V/div
CH4 : YPR-U1 (K2038)- Trigger, 5V/div
5µs/div Trigger : 2msec delay

Measure a waveform of this section and adjust.

Magnify the fourth pulse sustain pulse (XSUSOUT waveform) from the back of the above waveform.
K

N
O

100msec/div 100msec/div

150V Line 150V Line

GND

50V/div 50V/div
This broken section moves by
changing the adjustment Become less than 150V.
parameter. → NG

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Y DRIVE Assy X DRIVE Assy


K2716 K2720 K3708
(PSUS) K3213
(VH) (1/2VSUS) (VRN_OVP)
K2218 K2215 K2217 K3214
(1/2 VSUS) K2717 (SUSGND) K3707 K3702
(SUS_B) (SUS_U) (SUS. GND) K3706
(VH CONT) (VRN)
K2214 (X DC-DC PD)
(SUS_G) K2216 VR3701 K3705
(SUS_D) (VRN. ADJ) VRN UVP)

K2227
(SUS_D)
K3205 K3701
(SUS_D) (VSUS)
K2715 K3703
(YDC_DC_PD) (SUS. GND)
K2226
(SUS_U)
K2718
(VH UVP) K3704
(VRN. CNT)
VR2703 K3204
(VH_ADJ) (SUS_U)
K2212 K2719
(SUSOUTB) (VH OVP)
K3106
K2708 (SUSOUT_B)
K2703 (VOFS)
K2222 (SUSGND)
K2705
(SUSGND)
K2702
VR2701 (VSUS)

K2709
K2710
(VOFS)
K2712
K2211 (VOFSUVP) K3102
(XNR_PD)

K2011 K3030
K2010 K3029 K3009 K3006
K2013 K2221
K2045 (+15V) K3011
K2009 K2050 K3008
K2048 K2049
K2005 K2047 (PN_MUTE) K3021
K2046
K2003 K2044 K2043 K3007
(DGND) K3010
K2002 (XNR-U) K3022 K3025
K2001 K2021 K3015 K3017
K2008 (XSUS-MSK) (XCP-MSK)
K2004 (YPR_U2) K2012 (DGND)
K2205 K2053 (PN MUTE) K3014 K3018 (XNR-D2)
(SOFT_D) (XNR-D1) K3013 (XSUS-G)
K2041 (OFS) K2040 K3012 K3004 (XSUS-U)
K2038 (XSUS-D)
K2039 (YSUS_MSK) (YCP_MSK) (YPR_U1) K3003 K3001
K2037 (YSUS_G) K2007 (XSUS-B) (+5V)
K2029 (DGND)
K2028 (YSUS_U) (YSUS_D) K3203
K2006 (1/2VSUS) K3103
K2024 (+5V)
VR2204 K2027 (DGND) (VCP_PD)
(SUS_U_ADJ) (YSUS_B) K3104
VR2203 VR3203 (+5V)
(SUS_D_ADJ) K2101 K3108 (SUS-U)
(DEW_DET) (SUS_D)
VR2202
(SUS_B_ADJ) VR3202
K2225 VR2201 (SUS-D)
(SUS_D) (SUS_G_ADJ) VR3201
(SUS-B)
K2707
(IC5V)
VR3200
K3200 (SUS-G)
K2704 (SUS_U)
K2224 (VF-) K2714
(SUS_U) (GNDHS)
K3105
(SUSOUTA)
K2706
K2701 (+14V)
(VF+)
K2203
(SUSOUTA) K2711
(-8V)

VR2702 K2713
(IC5V_ADJ) (IC5V UVP)
K3201
(SUSGND)

Adjusting Points

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GENERAL INFORMATION

PCB LOCATION

CLAMP A
Assy
ADR CONNECT A
Assy DIGITAL VIDEO
Assy
BRIDGE A
Assy
ADR CONNECT B
THERMAL
Assy
SENSOR SUB ADDRESS A
Assy Assy
RESONANCE
Assy
SCAN (A)
Assy ADR CONNECT C
Assy
Y DRIVE SW POWER SUPPLY
Assy BRIDGE B Module
Assy
SLOT CONNECTOR
Assy

ADR CONNECT D
SCAN (B) Assy
Assy
CLAMP B
IR Assy Assy
V MID CLAMP
SIDE KEY
Assy
Assy
X CONNECTOR (A)
KEY
Assy
CONNECTOR
Assy MX AUDIO
Assy
CLAMP C
Assy
SP OUT R X DRIVE
Assy Assy

CONTROL Video Card


ADR CONNECT D
Assy (PDA-5002)
Assy
BRIDGE C
Assy X CONNECTOR (B)
Assy
I/O Assy
ADR CONNECT C RGB Assy SP OUT L
Assy Assy
RESONANCE
Assy
SUB ADDRESS B MX LED
Assy Assy
ADR CONNECT B
Assy BRIDGE D
Assy
ADR CONNECT A
Assy CLAMP D
Assy

Rear View

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SHUT DOWN/POWER DOWN DIAGNOSIS BY LED DISPLAY


When internal circuit abnormality and other operation abnormality occurred from this unit, self-diagnose display function by STANDBY/ON
(LED) indicator is loaded.
Each NG point by LED blinking and a PD (power down) point are as follows.

Shut Down
• Operations : When a microcomputer detected abnormality, turn the power supply to OFF.
• LED display : Green blinks

Examples: LED blinks in the DIGITAL-IIC communication NG

Green LED lights Lights out Green LED lights


for 200 msec. for 100 msec for 200 msec.

Lights out
for 3 sec

Number of Name
blinks
1 Panel Microcomputer NG
2 DIGITAL-IIC communication NG
3 Dewdrop abnormality
4 Temperature abnormality
5 FAN abnormality
6 Module microcomputer NG How to release the shut down state
7 Wide microcomputerNG When turn the power supply ON by remote control units, release from the
8 RGB-IIC communication NG shut down state, and turn the power supply ON.
9 Audio NG (It is not necessary to turn the AC power OFF.)

Power Down
• Operations : When this unit becomes the dangerous state, turn the power supply OFF with the protection circuit.
• LED display : Red blinks
* When protection circuit more than two places almost worked simultaneously, display LED in order to 1st - 2nd.

Examples: LED blinks in the 1st power down = Y-DC/DC CONVERTER, 2nd power down = Y-DRIVE
2nd power-down
1st power-down information information

Red LED lights Lights out Red LED lights Lights out Red LED lights
for 200 msec. for 100 msec for 200 msec. for 1 sec for 200 msec.

Lights out
for 3 sec

Number of Name How to release the power down state


blinks AC power OFF
1 Y-DRIVE ↓
2 Y-DC/DC CONVERTER Wait for PD LED in the power supply module disappearing
3 X-DC/DC CONVERTER (for around 30 seconds).
4 X-DRIVE ↓
5 Power supply Afterwards, wait moreover for five seconds.
6 Address junction ↓
7 Address resonance Return by AC power ON.
8 DIGITAL-DC/DC CONVERTER * After power down release, this unit rises up in the standby state.

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RGB ASSY DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY
IC5601 IC5602 IC1101 IC1191
Wide UCOM Wide UCOM Panel UCOM Panel UCOM
external Flash ROM external Flash ROM
THERMAL SENSOR
ASSY
PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002

TXD TXD
RXD CLK RXD CLK
7 *WU_CE 1 *PU_CE TE1 IC8351
MX AUDIO ASSY BUSY BUSY
Thermal
REQ_WU REQ_PU D18 Sensor 1
A6 TXD0
FAN
5 FAN_NG 6 RXD0
R3 D3 TEMP1 4
Block Diagram of Shut Down Signal System

OR
Y DRIVE ASSY
FAN
A7 A5 R8 IC1207
(E)SCL Module UCOM DEW_DET 3 D6 Y2
IC8601 Moisture
(E)SDA
Audio Amp. IC5505 Sensor
9 AUDIO_NG
Main UCOM
IC5502 IC1204 CN2002
EEPROM EEPROM
4 TEMP3
A3 8 2
IC5512
Thermal IC4402
Sensor 2 Matrix IC SCL
SP (L) ASSY SPL1
SDA
4 TEMP2 8 R1 D1
IC8151
Thermal
Sensor 3
SLOT CONNECTOR SCL S2 SW POWER SUPPLY P2
ASSY SDA MODULE
S3

Expander
VIDEO SLOT ST1 ASSY V1

IC7302 IC7103
Chroma Decode Expander

IC7202 IC7104
3D Y/C & CNR EEPROM

Note: 1 - 8 show LED flashing number of times when shut down occurred in this route.
PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002

Shut down diagnosis


1 Panel microcomputer NG
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
When a module microcomputer failed in communication with a panel 1
microcomputer, this NG occurs.
Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection.
5

Abnormality to expect
Open / Short of communication line in the Assy 10

S H U T DOWN

15
16

2 DIGITAL-IIC communication NG 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
1
When a module microcomputer failed in communication with outside
EEPROM or EXPANDER, this NG occurs.
Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection. 5

* However, this communication NG may occur in the standby state.

Abnormality to expect 10

• Open / Short of communication line in the Assy S H U T DOWN


• Breaking of wire between DIGITAL VIDEO Assy (D1) and SW POWER
15
SUPPLY Module (P2). 16

3 Dew drop detection


When it becomes the dew drop state in this unit, this NG occurs.
After the dew drop detection, shut down immediately.

Abnormality to expect for dew drop


Disconnect a connector CN2002 between Dew drop sensor and Y DRIVE Assy.

4 Temperature abnormality 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
When temperature of this unit became abnormally high, this NG occurs. 1

Shut down after OSD display from the NG detection for 30 seconds.
5
Abnormality to expect when it occurs in the environment that is not
WAR N I NG
high-temperature
THERMAL ALERT
• Disconnect a connector between SP TERMINA (L) Assy (SPL1) and 10
MX AUDIO Assy (A3).
• Disconnect a connector between MX AUDIO Assy (A5) and RGB Assy (R8).
• Disconnect a connector between DIGITAL VIDEO Assy (D18) and 15
16
temperature sensor 1 (TE1).

Reference
Shut down temperature of each temperature sensor
TEMP2 data 150 ( 80°C)
TEMP3 data 101 ( 56°C) 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
* TEMP1 is not shut down by temperature, and it shuts down when 1
I N FO #1 – S1 – I N1 – 0 6 – 2 ∗NT
connector was disconnected.
T EM P E R A T UR E
5
Temperature display by "INFORMATION" of the factory menu
T E MP 1 : 128
TEMP1 (°C) TEMP1 (data) -50 T EMP 2 : 104
TEMP2 (°C) TEMP2 (data) /2+5 T E MP 3 : 088
10
TEMP3 (°C) TEMP3 (data) /2+5 FAN : 135

15
16

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5 FAN NG
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
When a fan does not function, this NG occurs. 1
Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection.

* FAN NG detection functions only in case of following. 5

• When FAN CONTROL setting is maximum WAR N I NG


• When sensor temperature of TEMP3 is more than 30°C with FAN CONTROL FAN FAILURE
setting is AUTO. 10

(even if connector is left when does not turn the FAN, this unit does not work.)

Abnormality to expect 15
16
• Disconnect a junction connector between FAN (A6) and MX AUDIO Assy (A7).
• Disconnect a connector between MX AUDIO Assy (A5) and RGB Assy (R8).
• FAN forced stop by an alien substance involving it.

6 Module microcomputer NG
1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
When a main microcomputer failed in communication with a module 1
microcomputer, this NG occurs.
Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection.
* However, this communication NG may occur by the standby state. 5

Abnormality to expect
• Open / Short of communication line in the Assy. 10

• Disconnect a connector between RGB Assy (R3) and DIGITAL VIDEO S H U T DOWN
Assy (D3).
• Writing defectiveness of module microcomputer (IC1207) software. 15
16

7 Wide microcomputer NG 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
When a main microcomputer failed in communication with a wide 1
microcomputer, this NG occurs.
Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection.
5

Abnormality to expect
• Open / Short of communication line in the Assy.
10
• Software writing defectiveness of wide microcomputer (IC5601).
• Writing defectiveness of outside Flash ROM (IC5602) on the S H U T DOWN
wide microcomputer.
15
8 RGB-IIC communication NG 16

When a main microcomputer failed in IIC communication, this NG occurs.


1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection. 1
* However, this communication NG may occur by the standby state.

Abnormality to expect 5

• Open / Short of communication line in the Assy.


• SLOT and the insertion of the SLOT junction PC Board are incomplete.
10

Notes: There is the case that it becomes the following symptom except NG S H U T DOWN
when the SLOT insertion is incomplete.
15
• Audio of INPUT3 and 4 are not output. 16

• Do not switch from INPUT3 to 5 (SLOT function).


• Video signal of INPUT1 and 2 are not appear.

9 Audio NG
When DC component added on the speaker output line, this NG occurs.
After the NG detection, shut down immediately.

Abnormality to expect
• Disconnect a connector between MX AUDIO Assy (A5) and RGB Assy (R8).
• Short-circuits between + and - of C8615 and C8622.

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DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY X DRIVE ASSY

DIGITAL X Drive X DC-DC


DC-DC
X1

D8 - D11
SW POWER 4 P4 3
IC1201-pin 8
ADR CONNECT 8 SUPPLY
ASSY MODULE
(Upper)
OR Address PD
Mute
AND OR D1 P2
6
Block Diagram of Power Down Signal System

OR
D12 - D15
7 Relay
OR Circuit
5
ADR CONNECT D1202 Cathode DIG_ADR.PD PD Circuit
ASSY
(Lower)
OR

IC1201-pin 6 1

2
D16 P3
RESONANCE
ASSY
(Upper)

OR
PD_TRIGGER
RESONANCE
ASSY
(Lower) Y1
D17 Y Drive Y DC-DC
PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002

Y DRIVE ASSY

Note: 1 - 8 show LED flashing number of times when power down occurred in this route.

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Kind and function of the various protection circuit (P.D. circuit)


Red LED
Assy Name OSD Display Number of Kind of P.D.
Circuit Function Remarks
Blinks
Y-DRV 1 VCP OCP P.D. by VCP overcurrent
VOFS OVP P.D. by VOFS overvoltage
VOFS UVP P.D. by VOFS undervoltage (= overcurrent)
Y DRIVE Assy
Y-DDC 2 VH OVP P.D. by VH overvoltage
VH UVP P.D. by VH undervoltage (= overcurrent)
IC5V UVP P.D. by IC5V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
VRN OVP P.D. by VRN overvoltage
X-DDC 3
VRN UVP P.D. by VRN undervoltage (= overcurrent)
X DRIVE Assy
VCP OCP P.D. by VCP overcurrent
X-DRV 4
RESET OCP P.D. by reset circuit overcurrent
VSUS OVP P.D. by VSUS overvoltage
VSUS UVP P.D. by VSUS undervoltage (= overcurrent)
VADR OVP P.D. by VADR overvoltage
VADR UVP P.D. by VADR undervoltage (= overcurrent)
15V OVP P.D. by 15V overvoltage
15V UVP P.D. by 15V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
12V UVP P.D. by 12V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
SW POWER SUPPLY 6.5V OVP P.D. by 6.5V overvoltage
POWER 5
Module 6.5V UVP P.D. by 6.5V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
13.5V UVP P.D. by 13.5V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
-9V UVP P.D. by -9V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
+B OVP P.D. by +B overvoltage
+B OCP P.D. by +B overcurrent
AC200V P.D. P.D. by AC200V apply Note 1
PFC module overheat protection
VSUS arc resistance overheat protection
ADR CONNECT Assy ADRES 6 ADR.PD P.D. by disconnecting the connector
RESONANCE Assy ADR-K 7 ADR.K.PD P.D. by ICP open and TCP defective
5.0V OVP P.D. by 5V overvoltage
5.0V UVP P.D. by 5V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
3.3V OVP P.D. by 3.3V overvoltage
DIGITAL VIDEO Assy DC-DC 8
3.3V UVP P.D. by 3.3V undervoltage (= overcurrent)
2.5V OVP P.D. by 2.5V overvoltage
2.5V UVP P.D. by 2.5V undervoltage (= overcurrent)

Reference
OVP : Over Voltage Protect
UVP : Under Voltage Protect
OCP : Over Current Protect
Note 1: AC200V P.D. is not applicable to the PDP-503MXE model.

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Diagnosis Method in Power Down


1st/2nd/time stamp are stored eight times of power down in the past.

1 OSD display of PD history


Display with "INFORMATION" of the factory menu.

1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Display of PD point
1
I N FO #1 – S1 – I N4 – 0 2 – 2 ∗NT
Power Down Point OSD Display
Y-DRIVE Y-DRV
PD I N FO
5 Y-DC/DC COVERTER Y-DDC
1 ST 2 ND
1 X – DDC ––––– 0 5 1 4 8 H 2 5M X-DC/DC CONVERTER X-DDC
2 ADR – K X – DDC 0 2 2 4 8 H 1 4M
3 Y – DR V D C – DC 0 1 3 5 8 H 3 6M X-DRIVE X-DRV
10 4 ADRES ––––– 0 0 3 4 8 H 1 5M
5 ––––– ––––– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0M
Power supply POWER
6 ––––– ––––– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0M ADDRESS junction ADRES
7 ––––– ––––– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0M
8 ––––– ––––– 0 0 0 0 0 H 0 0M ADDRESS resonance ADR-K
15
16 DC/DC CONVERTER (DIGITAL) DC-DC
Time stamp display
[OOOOOH] : HOUR, [OOM] : MINUTE

Example)
Time stamp display is [65432H10M] → 65432 hours 10 minutes

2 PD history read in by RS-232C command "GPD" Data of PD point


Order Data contents Size Power Down Point "GPD" Data
1 The latest 1st PD point 1 byte Y-DRIVE 1
2 The latest 2nd PD point 1 byte Y-DC/DC COVERTER 2
3 The latest PD time stamp 7 byte X-DC/DC CONVERTER 3
4 1st PD point before twice 1 byte X-DRIVE 4
5 2nd PD point before twice 1 byte Power supply 5
6 PD time stamp before twice 7 byte ADDRESS junction 6
7 1st PD point before three times 1 byte ADDRESS resonance 7
8 2nd PD point before three times 1 byte DC/DC CONVERTER (DIGITAL) 8
9 PD time stamp before three times 7 byte Time stamp data
10 1st PD point before four times 1 byte before 5 byte: HOUR, after 2 byte: MINUTE
11 2nd PD point before four times 1 byte
12 PD time stamp before four times 7 byte Example)
13 1st PD point before five times 1 byte Time stamp is [6543210] → 65432 hours 10 minutes
14 2nd PD point before five times 1 byte
15 PD time stamp before five times 7 byte
16 1st PD point before six times 1 byte
17 2nd PD point before six times 1 byte
18 PD time stamp before six times 7 byte
19 1st PD point before seven times 1 byte
20 2nd PD point before seven times 1 byte
21 PD time stamp before seven times 7 byte
22 1st PD point before eight times 1 byte
23 2nd PD point before eight times 1 byte
24 PD time stamp before eight times 7 byte

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Diagnosis of the error point in the various protection circuit (P.D. circuit) operation (Red LED blinks)

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Number
of P.D. Point in Error Pont Possible Part of Error Circuit State Operation
P.D. Circuit Diagnosis Condition
Blinks Operation
IC2206, IC2214 (Pulse module), IC2203, IC2204,
1 Y DRIVE Y DRIVE Assy K2211 Lo VCP OCP
IC2212, IC2213, IC2213, IC2217, R2209
VOFS D/D CONV. BLOCK (Y DRIVE Assy) IC2702, IC2709, IC2715 K2712 Lo VOFS OVP

IC2701, IC2702, IC2709, IC2715 Drive section (control signal, output elements etc.) in
normal operation
VOFS D/D CONV. BLOCK (Y DRIVE Assy) K2709 Lo VOFS UVP
Q2211, Q2212, R2277, IC2208, IC2210 VOFS D/D CONV. BLOCK in normal operation

VH D/D CONV. BLOCK (Y DRIVE Assy) IC2712, IC2716 K2719 Lo VH OVP

2 Y DC DC VH D/D CONV. BLOCK (Y DRIVE Assy) IC2711, IC2712, IC2716 Drive section (control signal, output elements etc.) in
normal operation
SCAN (A), (B) Assy SCAN IC K2718 Lo VH UVP VH D/D CONV. BLOCK in normal operation
PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002

IC5V D/D CONV. BLOCK (Y DRIVE Assy) IC2704, IC2706, IC2717 SCAN Assy in normal operation

SCAN (A), (B) Assy SCAN IC IC5V D/D CONV. BLOCK in normal operation
K2713 Lo IC5V UVP
IC5V D/D CONV. BLOCK (Y DRIVE Assy) IC2704, IC2706, IC2717 SCAN Assy in normal operation

VRN D/D CONV. BLOCK (X DRIVE Assy) IC3702, IC3712 K3708 Lo VRN OVP

3 X DC DC VRN D/D CONV. BLOCK (X DRIVE Assy) IC3701, IC3702, IC3712 Drive section (control signal, output elements etc.) in
normal operation
K3705 Lo VRN UVP
X DRIVE Assy Q3122 VRN D/D CONV. BLOCK in normal operation
IC3200, IC3201 (pulse module), IC3103, IC3104,
K3103 Lo VCP OCP
4 X DRIVE X DRIVE Assy IC3106, IC3107, IC3110, IC3113, R3109
Q3122 K3102 Lo VRN OCP

X DRIVE Assy IC3200, IC3201 (Pulse module) When P4 connector disconnected, P.D. does not occur

Y DRIVE Assy IC2206, IC2214 (Pulse module) When P3 connector disconnected, P.D. does not occur

MX AUDIO Assy IC8601 (Audio IC) When P6 connector disconnected, P.D. does not occur
5
ADDRESS CONNECT A - D Assy,
When pin 5 of P2 connector disconnected, P.D. does
PS RESONANCE Assy,
not occur
D/D CONV. BLOCK (DIGITAL VIDEO Assy)
SW POWER SUPPLY Module SW POWER SUPPLY Module When the voltage is not output even if P4, P3 and P6
connectors disconnected
6 ADR ADDRESS CONNECT A~D Assy Disconnect D8 - D15 connectors ADR. PD
Note: About PS PD
TCP damage of IC6704 (ICP), disconnect D16 and The condition that Red LED blinks five times
7 ADR K RESONANCE Assy D17 connectors, panel microcomputer is defective, ADR. K. PD
(power supply PD)
outside Flash ROM of the panel microcomputer is 1 When the internal protection circuit of SW
defective. POWER SUPPLY Module worked
5.0V OVP 2 When a microcomputer was not able to
D/D CONV. BLOCK (DIGITAL VIDEO Assy) IC1901 K1901 Lo
identify the PD point
K1902 Lo 5.0V UVP ↓
D/D CONV. BLOCK (DIGITAL VIDEO Assy) IC1901 Being careful because the protection circuit
K1903 Lo 3.3V OVP of SW POWER SUPPLY Module cannot
8 DIGITAL
K1904 Lo 3.3V UVP conclude that worked.
DC DC
D/D CONV. BLOCK (DIGITAL VIDEO Assy) IC1901 K1905 Lo 2.5V OVP
K1906 Lo 2.5V UVP
PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002

Block diagram for Power supply section


SW POWER SUPPLY MODULE Y DRIVE ASSY

VOFS DC/DC VOFS


Converter -45V
AC IN Power Factor +B395V VSUS DC/DC VSUS
100 - 240V Control Converter 225V
VH DC/DC VH
Converter 130V

VADR DC/DC VADR


ST-BY Converter 61V
Power Supply IC5V, VF12V IC5V
DC/DC VF12V
Converter

STB5V 6.5V DC/DC 13.5V


Converter
(6.5V, 13.5V, -9V) -9V X DRIVE ASSY

VRN DC/DC VRN


15V DC/DC Converter -300V
12V
Converter
(15V, 12V)
DIGITAL VIDEO ASSY
15V DC/DC 5.0V
Converter 3.3V
(5V, 3.3V, 2.5V) 2.5V

Supplementary information
1. Power on/off switch for the large-signal system (SW102) 3. Temperature compensation of the VOFS voltage for
Function: Only the power for the small-signal system the drive system
(15V, 12V, 6.5V, 13.5V, and -9V) is on, and the Function: Control the power supply voltage mentioned above
power for the large-signal system (VSUS, VADR) is according to temperature. (Temperature compensation
off. works so that the voltage is lowered on the lower-
Usage: Use when only an operational check for the small- temperature side, and is raised on the higher-
signal system is required. temperature side.)
Supplementary information: Purpose: To improve the yield by compensating the temperature
When this switch is to be used, the wires of pin 5 characteristics of the panel.
(DIG, ADR, and PD) of the P2 connector of the Supplementary information:
power-supply module should be disconnected to For this model, temperature compensation is perform-
prevent the PD circuit from operating. To turn the ed only for the VOFS voltage, and not for the VSUS
power of the large-signal system off without using this voltage, and it is controlled by software.
switch, operation from an external PC through
RS-232C commands "DRF" is basically required. In 4. When a fuse blows
this case, the above procedure is not required, as the • If a fuse blows, never turn the power on again only after
PD circuit is muted by software. replacing the fuse. (In most cases, the fuse itself did not have
any problem. So as long as factors of overcurrent have not been
removed, chances of destruction increase every time the power
Method of power supply ON in the large signal is turned on. In the worst case, about a dozen parts may be
system OFF state with RS-232C command destroyed.)
1 Confirm that this unit is the standby state. • Principally, the whole power-supply module must be replaced.
2 Transmit RS-232C command "DRF."
3 Turn the power supply ON by remote control unit, side key 5. Voltage adjustment of the panel drive
or command "PON." As this model employs the electronic VR system for the VSUS
∗ When turn the power supply OFF once, return to setting of and VOFS voltages, and as the voltage-adjustment data are stored
large signal system ON. in the DIGITAL assembly, voltage adjustment of the panel drive
When turn the power supply ON in the large signal system is not necessary when the power-supply modules are changed.
OFF, transmit "DRF" command each time. (For VADR, VH, and VRN, adjustments with semifixed VR
controls are necessary.)
For this model, as the power-supply block has been developed
2. 200V AC power-down switch (SW101) and designed by an outside vendor, at the point you know which
Function: While 200V AC voltage is applied, operation of the module is a cause of failure (through diagnosis described
PD circuit is turned on and off (ON when the switch is elsewhere in this manual), change the corresponding modules, and
set to 100V AC, and OFF when the switch is set to do not diagnose or repair the module.
200V AC). Similarly, the switches and the semifixed VRs inside the power-
supply module must not be adjusted without a special reason.
Setting: For the MXE model only, the switch is set to 200V,
and for other models, it is set to 100V.

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PDP-503MXE has function to backup adjustment data of digital video assy into EEPROM
located on the RGB assy.
D.Video RGB
Contents of IC1204(EEPROM)
IC1204 IC5502 Panel White balance data
Back up Sustain timing adjustment value
BU
V-Sus/Vofs value
Restore

It is possible to restore backup data from RGB assy to digital video assy, when digital video
assy is replaced.

Case 1: When replacing faulty Digital video assy with new part.
New part
Faulty New
D.Video
BU Data restored

D.Video
D.Video
RGB Power on RGB

Back up data in the RGB assy will be restored to New digital video assy
just by turning on the power.
Case 2: When replacing faulty RGB assy .
New/used part
RGB
Data back upped
Faulty

D.Video
D.Video

RGB Power on with service RGB New/used


factory mode.

Data from D.Video assy is back upped to RGB assy by entering the service factory mode.

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* Case 3: When replacing faulty Digital video assy with used part.
used part with data
Faulty Data of different panel
D.Video

D.Video
D.Video
RGB Power on RGB

Wrong adjustment data for this panel

Power on with service


factory mode.

If at this time, the unit was put into Data of different panel
Factory-service mode wrong data will Wrong data back
be back upped on EEPROM of original upped. Original

D.Video
RGB erased.
RGB assy. Original back up data in
RGB assy will be lost.

To avoid this !! When you are using digital video assy from other PDP unit, it is
necessary to initialize EEPROM of Digital video assy before removing it.
How to initialize the ROM.
Set the unit into service factory mode. Select menu [INIT] then [SERVICE PART].
Push [SET] and EEPROM in the Digital video assy will be initialized.

data initialized Initialized=same as new part.


It is OK to mount
Backup data Backup data on the other PDP
units.
D.Video

D.Video
D.Video

RGB Initialize RGB


by service part mode

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