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ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER

DXF-801

SERVICE MANUAL
3rd Edition
ID No. 210001 and Higher (SY)
! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.

! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur für qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt.
Alle Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgeführt werden. Um die
Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei
Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben
Wartungsarbeiten dürfen nur von Personen ausgeführt werden, die eine spezielle Befähigung
dazu besitzen.

! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destiné uniquement aux personnes compétentes en charge de l’entretien. Afin
de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les
réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres.
Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement.

X-RAY RADIATION WARNING


Be sure that parts replacement in the high voltage block
and adjustments made to the high voltage circuits are
carried out precisely in accordance with the procedures
given in this manual.

DXF-801
Table of Contents

Manual Structure 3. Spare Parts

Purpose of this manual ........................................................... 3 (E) 3-1. Notes on Repair Parts ..................................................... 3-1
Related manuals ..................................................................... 3 (E) 3-2. Exploded Views .............................................................. 3-2
3-3. Electrical Parts List ......................................................... 3-4

1. Service Overview
4. Semiconductor Pin Assignments
1-1. Board Location ........................................................ 1-1 (E)
1-2. Replacing the Main Parts ......................................... 1-1 (E)
1-2-1. Notes on Replacing the VF-76 Board ................ 1-1 (E) 5. Diagrams
1-2-2. Replacing the CRT/DY Assembly ..................... 1-1 (E)
1-3. Replacing the VF Loupe .......................................... 1-3 (E) 5-1. Block Diagram ................................................................ 5-1
1-4. Replacing the Outside Holder T and Overall ............................................................................ 5-1
Eyepiece Outer Ring ................................................ 1-4 (E) 5-2. Schematic Diagrams ....................................................... 5-2
1-5. Changing the Viewfinder DF-64 .............................................................................. 5-2
Correspond to Left Eye ............................................ 1-5 (E) VF-76 .............................................................................. 5-3
1-6. Recommended Replacement Parts .......................... 1-6 (E)
1-7. Unleaded Solder ....................................................... 1-6 (E)
6. Board Layouts

2. Alignment DF-64 .............................................................................. 6-1


LE-297 ............................................................................ 6-1
2-1. Preparation ............................................................... 2-1 (E) LE-298 ............................................................................ 6-1
2-1-1. Required Equipment .......................................... 2-1 (E) VF-76 .............................................................................. 6-2
2-1-2. Connecting Diagram .......................................... 2-1 (E)
2-1-3. Notes on Adjustment .......................................... 2-1 (E)
2-1-4. Initial Setting ...................................................... 2-1 (E)
2-2. Viewfinder System Adjustment ............................... 2-2 (E)
2-2-1. Horizontal Free Run Frequency Adjustment ..... 2-2 (E)
2-2-2. Heater Voltage Pre-Adjustment ......................... 2-2 (E)
2-2-3. Focus Adjustment .............................................. 2-3 (E)
2-2-4. Picture Frame Adjustment ................................. 2-3 (E)
2-2-5. Heater Voltage Adjustment ................................ 2-4 (E)
2-2-6. Bright Calibration Adjustment ........................... 2-5 (E)
2-2-7. Horizontal Shift Adjustment (For NTSC) .......... 2-5 (E)
2-2-8. Vertical Frame Adjustment ................................ 2-6 (E)
2-2-9. Screen Centering Check ..................................... 2-7 (E)
2-2-10. Vertical Linearity Adjustment ........................... 2-8 (E)
2-2-11. Vertical Center Voltage Adjustment .................. 2-8 (E)

DXF-801 1 (E)
Manual Structure

Purpose of this manual


This manual is the Service Manual of the Electronic Viewfinder DXF-801.
This manual contains the service overview, alignment, spare parts, semiconductor
pin assignments, block diagrams, schematic diagrams and board layouts.

Related manuals
In addition to this Service Manual the following manual is provided.

. “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM (Available on request)


This “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM allows you to search for
semiconductors used in Broadcast and Professional equipment.
The service manual contains a complete list of semiconductors and their ID Nos.,
and thus should be used together with the CD-ROM.
Part number: 9-968-546-06

DXF-801 3 (E)
Section 1
Service Overview

1-1. Board Location 1-2. Replacing the Main Parts

1-2-1. Notes on Replacing the VF-76 Board

VF-76 board
To replace the VF-76 board, perform adjustment referring
LE-297 board to Section 2.“Alignment”.

1-2-2. Replacing the CRT/DY Assembly

n
DF-64 board
If a deflection yoke is replaced, you should replace assembly
of CRT and deflection yoke (CRT/DY assembly).
LE-298 board

1. Remove two screws (B3 x 6) and two tooth washer


screws (B3 x 8), then remove the bottom case.
2. Remove the screw (B2.6 x 4) and lug terminal, then
disconnect the harness from the connector (CN1) on
the VF-76 board.

Bottom case
B3 x 6

B3 x 8
B3 x 8
B3 x 6

Harness

B2.6 x 4
Lug terminal

VF-76 board

CN1

DXF-801 1-1 (E)


3. Remove the two projections in the direction of the 6. Disconnect the three connectors (CN2, 4 and 5) on the
arrow A, then remove the slide ring in the direction of VF-76 board and high-voltage cable, then disconnect
the arrow B while expanding it in horizontal direction. the CRT socket from the CRT/DY assembly.
4. Remove the two screws and two hooks, then remove the n
CRT/DY assembly from the outside holder T and In disconnecting, carefully pull the CRT socket
outside holder B. backward, as the pins of CRT/DY assembly is liable to
bend.
Outside holder T
CRT socket

CRT/DY assembly
Hooks

Red

White
Amber

High-voltage cable
CRT/DY assembly VF-76 board

Outside holder B

A A

Projection
VF-76 board (COMPONENT SIDE)

CN4
BTP3 x 12
B
Slide ring
CN2 CN5

5. Remove the three strings, adhesive tape and cable 7. Attach the CRT/DY assembly in the reverse order of
holder from the CRT/DY assembly. steps 1 to 6.
n
In reconnecting the CRT socket, be sure to match a
Strings projection of the CRT socket with a mark of the CRT/
DY assembly.
Adhesive tape
CRT socket CRT/DY assembly

Cable holder

Projection Mark

1-2 (E) DXF-801


. When attaching the bottom case, be careful not to 1-3. Replacing the VF Loupe
catch the high-voltage cable.
. Bind the cables and harnesses as shown in the Optional VF loupe
illustration below. There are two kind of VF loupes as supplied accessory.
Use a VF loupe to match your visibility range.
Push the high-voltage cable into the inside of top case.

String Cable holder VF loupe for aged eyes;


(CRT socket harnesses (CRT socket harnesses (5-pin))
_2D to +1D (Sony part No.: 3-725-276-01)
(5-pin)) Top case
_0.5 to +3D (Sony part No.: 3-176-501-01)
(For reference) Standard ; _3D to 0D

1. Insert a slotted screwdriver to the clearance between


portion A and eyepiece outer ring as shown in figure,
then remove eyecup by lifting its portion A.
2. Remove eyepiece inner ring.
n
When removing eyepiece inner ring, the friction spring
String is liable to remove.
(High-voltage cable anode lead, 8-pin harnesses,
deflecting yoke harnesses (5-pin))
Eyepiece outer ring

Eyepiece inner ring

Eyecup

Friction spring
A

3. Hold the portion B as shown in figure, then remove the


lens holder along the groove C.

Lens holder

DXF-801 1-3 (E)


4. Remove one side of cutout portion as shown in figure. 1-4. Replacing the Outside Holder T and
Pull out the lens holder (2) and remove the VF loupe. Eyepiece Outer Ring

1. Remove the outside holder T referring to Section 1-2-


2. “Replacing the CRT/DY assembly”.
VF loupe
2. Push two pins to portion A by slotted screwdriver as
shown in figure.
Lens holder (2)

Convex side Pin


A
Pin

Slotted screwdriver

Cutout

5. Attach the VF loupe in the reverse order of steps 1 to


Outside holder T
4.
m
. When attaching the VF loupe, be sure to check the
3. Remove the screw, washer and two hinge springs.
concave and convex sides of the lens.
Then, remove the outside holder T and eyepiece outer
(Refer to step 4.)
ring as shown in figure arrow.
. When installing eyepiece inner ring, ensure the
inserting position of friction spring and hold it by
finger. Match boss of portion D with B and insert the
inner ring to the outer ring.
Outerside holder T

Eyepiece
inner ring

Friction spring D Eyepiece outer ring

Hinge springs

Screw
B D
Friction spring
Eyepiece inner ring (Check the position.)

1-4 (E) DXF-801


4. Pull out two pins. 1-5. Changing the Viewfinder
Correspond to Left Eye

Part Required (sold separately)


Pin Left eye adaptor (Sony Part No.: A-8267-181-A)
Pin
Attaching Procedures
1. Remove the eyecup, then turn the eyecup as shown in
figure and put it back where it was.
2. While pushing up the stopper of the viewfinder, attach
the left eye adaptor.
n
5. Replace outside holder T or eyepiece outer ring to new At this time, pull the lock lever to release locking.
one. 3. Fix the left eye adaptor by pushing the lock lever
6. Insert two pins to portion B by slotted screwdriver as vertically direction.
shown in figure.
Viewfinder
Left eye adaptor
Pin Pin
Lock
B

Release

Stopper
Pin Lock lever

Turn the eyecup and put it


Eyecup back where it was.

DXF-801 1-5 (E)


1-6. Recommended Replacement Parts 1-7. Unleaded Solder

Parts listed below are recommended replacement parts. Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a
They are subject to cracks with the lapse of time. Check lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead.
sometimes by visual, and replace as necessary. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come
printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.)
No. Description Sony Part No.

1 EYE CUP (RP) A-8319-943-B : LEAD FREE MARK


2 . RUBBER (MIC CUSHION) 3-608-303-01 *1
(For UCJ, CE)
m
. GEL, MIC (For SY) 3-854-132-01*1
. Be sure to use the unleaded solder for the printed circuit
board printed with the lead free mark.
1
. The unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC
higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is recom-
2 mended to use the soldering iron having a temperature
regulator.
. The ordinary soldering iron can be used but the iron tip
has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer
time. The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if
the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful.

*1: . It is recommended that the MIC cushions are


replaced in pairs. In this case, please order two
pieces.
. The required parts vary depending on the destination
of the viewfinder.

1-6 (E) DXF-801


Section 2
Alignment

2-1. Preparation 2-1-3. Notes on Adjustment

2-1-1. Required Equipment . When using the camera or camcorder that can select the
aspect ratio 16:9 or 4:3, on some adjustment items, the
setting of the aspect ratio needs to be changed.
Tools/measuring equipment
(Refer to Section 2-2-8, Vertical Frame Adjustment.)
. Pattern box PTB-500 (Sony part number: J-6029-140-B) . When the aspect ratio is not specified, perform adjust-
. Resolution chart (Sony part number: J-6026-100-A) ment in the 4:3 mode. As for details on the setting
. Waveform monitor method of the aspect ratio, refer to the operating
. Digital voltmeter instructions of the video camera or camcorder to be used.
. This alignment is described for both NTSC/PAL
systems. When performing the adjustment, adjust
2-1-2. Connecting Diagram according to the level appropriate for each system.

DXF-801 PTB-500
2-1-4. Initial Setting
VTR/CCU/CMA 2 to 3 m
Video camera or digital camcorder
CA-D50, etc + DXC-D50/D50WS series or . Lens (IRIS AUTO/MANU → MANU)
DSR-400/450WS series . OUTPUT/DL/DCC + switch → CAM/DCC +
Camera cable . GAIN switch → 0 dB
To VIDEO IN terminal
CCQ-2BRS . Selection of 4:3 mode
B.B cable
n
When using DXC-D50WS/D50WSP
To VIDEO OUT terminal . Change on the OTHERS page in the MAINTE-
B/W monitor NANCE menu.
CMA-8/8A When using DSR-450WS/450WSP
AC adaptor
. Change on the FORMAT page in the OPERATION
menu.
To CAMERA/CCU terminal To an AC outlet n
Only when using the camera and camcorder that can
Related equipment select the aspect ratio 16:9 or 4:3, the mode selection is
. Video camera: DXC-D50/D50WS/D50P/D50WSP required.
Digital camcorder: DSR-400/450WS
Setting of viewfinder
. Camera adaptor: CA-D50, etc. . CONTRAST control → Mechanical center
. AC adaptor: CMA-8/8CE/8A/8ACE . BRIGHT control → Mechanical center
. Camera cable: CCQ-2BRS . PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3
. B/W monitor: PVM-91/91CE or equivalent
Setting for destination (S1/VF-76 board)
When adjusting DXF-801 (SY) used in the NTSC system . DXF-801 (SY): ID No. 210001 and higher
video camera, the NTSC system equipment is required for → Mechanical center
adjustment.
(Example: DXC-D50/D50WS, CA-537, PVM-91, etc.) SY
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9

S1
When adjusting DXF-801 (SY) used in the PAL system Mechanical
video camera, the PAL system equipment is required for center
VF-76 board
adjustment. – COMPONENT SIDE –
(Example: DXC-D50P/D50WSP, CA-D50, PVM-91CE, etc.)

In either case, perform all checks and adjustments from


“2-2-2. Heater Voltage Pre-Adjustment” through “2-2-10.
Vertical Linearity Adjustment”.
DXF-801 2-1 (E)
2-2. Viewfinder System Adjustment 2-2-2. Heater Voltage Pre-Adjustment

2-2-1. Horizontal Free Run Frequency Note


Adjustment
When performing this adjustment, check “2-2-6. Bright
Note Calibration Adjustment”.

When performing this adjustment, check “2-2-7. Horizon- Preparation


tal Shift Adjustment”.
. Measuring equipment: Digital voltmeter (AC mode)
Preparation
Adjustment procedure
. Measuring equipment: Frequency counter
Check the following voltage.
Adjustment procedure . Test point: TP4 ↔ TP5/VF-76 board
. Specification: 0.65 ± 0.03 V rms
. Test point: TP6/VF-76 board or TP203/DF-64 board
. Specification: 15.68 ± 0.2 kHz If the above specification is not met, adjust 1RV2 (VH-
ADJ)/VF-76 board so that the specification is met.
If the above specification is not met, adjust 1RV206/DF-
CN1
64 board so that the specification is met.

RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9
S1

TP3 TP4
TP8 RV10
CN3

TP5
TP2

VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE –


TP6
TP7

VF-76 board – SOLDERING SIDE – TP3 TP4


TP8
CN3

TP5
TP2

RV203 RV206 TP6


TP7
RV205 S202 S203 S201
VF-76 board – SOLDERING SIDE –
DF-64 board – COMPONENT SIDE –

TP203

DF-64 board – SOLDERING SIDE –

2-2 (E) DXF-801


2-2-3. Focus Adjustment 2-2-4. Picture Frame Adjustment

Note Note

This adjustment and “2-2-4. Horizontal Frame Adjust- This adjustment and “2-2-3. Focus Adjustment”, “2-2-5.
ment”, “2-2-5. Heater Voltage Adjustment” and “2-2-6. Heater Voltage Adjustment” and “2-2-6. Bright Calibration
Bright Calibration Adjustment” affect with each other. Adjustment” affect with each other. Therefore, repeat the
Therefore, repeat the adjustment until all specifications are adjustment until all specifications are met.
met.
Preparation
Preparation
. Object: Resolution chart
. Object: Resolution chart . Measuring equipment: Waveform monitor
. Measuring equipment: Waveform monitor . Remove the eye cap from the viewfinder.
. Lens . Viewfinder
IRIS AUTO/MANU → MANU BRIGHT control → Mechanical center
. Viewfinder CONTRAST control → Mechanical center
BRIGHT control → Mechanical center PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3
CONTRAST control → Fully clockwise 2
PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3 Adjustment Procedure

Adjustment Procedure 1. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart
frame coincides with the underscanned picture frame
1. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart on the monitor screen.
frame coincides with the underscanned picture frame 2. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best
on the monitor screen. state with the lens focus.
2. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best 3. Adjust the lens iris so that the white level at VIDEO
state with the lens focus. OUT connector on the camera is as follows.
For NTSC: 100 ± 2 IRE, For PAL: 700 ± 14mV

Monitor screen Monitor screen

3. Adjust the lens iris so that the white level at VIDEO 4. Adjust 1RV205 (H-SIZE)/DF-64 board so that H size
OUT connector on the camera is as follows. of resolution chart is underscanned by approximately 2
For NTSC: 100 ± 2 IRE mm from the CRT picture frame.
For PAL: 700 ± 14 mV Underscan monitor frame
4. Adjust 1RV1 (FOCUS)/VF-76 board so that the
picture on the viewfinder screen is best focused.
2 mm (H size)
CN1
Chart frame
RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9

S1

Viewfinder screen
RV10

VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE – RV203 RV206

RV205 S202 S203 S201

DF-64 board – COMPONENT SIDE –


DXF-801 2-3 (E)
2-2-5. Heater Voltage Adjustment 2-2-6. Bright Calibration Adjustment

Note Note

When performing this adjustment, check “2-2-6. Bright This adjustment and “2-2-3. Focus Adjustment”, “2-2-4.
Calibration Adjustment”. Horizontal Frame Adjustment” and “2-2-5. Heater Voltage
Adjustment” affect with each other. Therefore, repeat the
Preparation adjustment until all specifications are met.

. Measuring equipment: Digital voltmeter (AC mode) Preparation

Adjustment procedure . Viewfinder


BRIGHT control → Fully counterclockwise 3
Check the following voltage. CONTRAST control → Fully counterclockwise 3
. Test point: TP5 ↔ TP6/VF-76 board
. Specification: 0.65 ± 0.03 V rms Adjustment Procedure

If the above specification is not met, adjust 1RV2 (VH- Adjust the picture by turning 1RV203 (SUB-BRIGHT)/
ADJ)/VF-76 board so that the specification is met. SUB board clockwise 2 from fully counterclockwise 3
position so that the picture of the white part just appears
CN1
on the monitor screen.
RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9

S1

RV203 RV206

RV205 S202 S203 S201


VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE –
DF-64 board – COMPONENT SIDE –
TP3 TP4
TP8
CN3

TP5
TP2

TP6
TP7

VF-76 board – SOLDERING SIDE –

2-4 (E) DXF-801


2-2-7. Horizontal Shift Adjustment (For NTSC) Adjustment procedure (For PAL)

Preparation 1. Attach the viewfinder to the PAL system video camera.


2. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart frame
. Measuring equipment: Waveform monitor coincides with the underscanned picture frame on the
. Viewfinder monitor screen.
BRIGHT control → Fully clockwise 2 3. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best
CONTRAST control → Fully counterclockwise 3 state with the lens focus.
PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3 4. Adjust the lens iris so that white level at VIDEO OUT
connector on the camera is 700 ± 14 mV.
Adjustment procedure (For NTSC) 5. Adjust the BRIGHT control fully clockwise and the
CONTRAST control fully counterclockwise to display
1. Attach the viewfinder to the NTSC system video camera. the pedestal portion.
2. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart frame 6. Adjust 1RV4 (H-SHIFT:P)/VF-76 board so that the
coincides with the underscanned picture frame on the pedestal portion on both sides are equal.
monitor screen.
3. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best
state with the lens focus.
4. Adjust the lens iris so that white level at VIDEO OUT Pedestal portion on both sides
are equal.
connector on the camera is 100 ± 2 IRE.
5. Adjust the BRIGHT control fully clockwise and the Viewfinder screen

CONTRAST control fully counterclockwise to display


the pedestal portion. CN1

RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9
S1
6. Adjust 1RV3 (H-SHIFT:N)/VF-76 board so that the
pedestal portion on both sides are equal. RV10

Pedestal portion on both sides


are equal.
VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE –
Viewfinder screen

DXF-801 2-5 (E)


2-2-8. Vertical Frame Adjustment Adjustment procedure (For PAL)

Preparation 1. Attach the viewfinder to the PAL system video camera.


2. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart frame
. Measuring equipment: Waveform monitor coincides with the underscanned picture frame on the
. Remove the eye cap from the viewfinder. monitor screen.
. Viewfinder 3. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best
BRIGHT control → Mechanical center state with the lens focus.
CONTRAST control → Mechanical center 4. Adjust the lens iris so that white level at VIDEO OUT
PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3 connector on the camera is 700 ± 14 mV.
5. Adjust 1RV6 (V-SIZE:P)/VF-76 board so that the V
Adjustment procedure (For NTSC) size of resolution chart is underscanned by approxi-
mately 2 mm from the CRT picture frame.
1. Attach the viewfinder to the NTSC system video camera. (When 1RV5 is not adjusted, the adjustment may not
2. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart frame be performed by just 1RV6. In such case, adjust
coincides with the underscanned picture frame on the 1RV6 after roughly adjusting by 1RV5.)
monitor screen.
3. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best CRT frame
state with the lens focus.
4. Adjust the lens iris so that white level at VIDEO OUT
Chart frame
connector on the camera is 100 ± 2 IRE.
5. Adjust 1RV5 (V-SIZE:N)/VF-76 board so that the V
Approx. 2 mm (V size)
size of resolution chart is underscanned by approxi- Viewfinder screen
mately 2 mm from the CRT picture frame. Perform the following adjustment when using the video
camera with the aspect switching ratio of 16:9/4:3.
CRT frame 6. Select 16:9 mode from 16:9/4:3 on the camera menu.
7. Adjust 1RV8 (16:9:P)/VF-76 board so that the circle
in the center of resolution chart becomes a perfect
Chart frame
circle.
(When 1RV7 is not adjusted, the adjustment may not
Approx. 2 mm (V size)
Viewfinder screen be performed only by 1RV8. In such case, adjust
Perform the following adjustment when using the video 1RV8 after roughly adjusting by 1RV7.)
camera with the aspect switching ratio of 16:9/4:3. 8. Select 4:3 mode from 16:9/4:3 on the camera menu.
6. Select 16:9 mode from 16:9/4:3 on the camera menu. 9. Check that all specifications in steps 5 to 8 are met.
7. Adjust 1RV7 (16:9:N)/VF-76 board so that the circle If all specifications are not met, perform the adjust-
in the center of resolution chart becomes a perfect ment from step 1 to 8 again.
circle.
CN1
8. Select 4:3 mode from 16:9/4:3 on the camera menu.
RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9

S1
9. Check that all specifications in steps 5 to 8 are met.
RV10
If all specifications are not met, perform the adjust-
ment from step 1 to 8 again.

VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE –

2-6 (E) DXF-801


2-2-9. Screen Centering Check 2-2-10. Vertical Linearity Adjustment

Note Preparation

When performing the centering magnet adjustment in the . Measuring equipment: Waveform monitor
check of this section, perform “2-2-4. Horizontal Frame . Viewfinder
Adjustment” and “2-2-8. Vertical Frame Adjustment”. BRIGHT control → Mechanical center
CONTRAST control → Mechanical center
Preparation PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3

. Measuring equipment: Waveform monitor Adjustment procedure


. Viewfinder
BRIGHT control → Mechanical center 1. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart frame
CONTRAST control → Mechanical center coincides with the underscanned picture frame on the
PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3 monitor screen.
2. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best
Adjustment procedure state with the lens focus.
3. Adjust the lens iris so that the white level at VIDEO
1. Adjust the lens zoom so that the resolution chart frame OUT connector on the camera is as follows.
coincides with the underscanned picture frame on the For NTSC: 100 ± 2 IRE
monitor screen. For PAL: 700 ± 14 mV
2. Set the resolution on the monitor screen to the best 4. Adjust 1RV9 (V-LIN)/VF-76 board so that each circle
state with the lens focus. at the four corners of resolution chart is the perfect
3. Adjust the lens iris so that the white level at VIDEO circle (symmetrical in top and bottom).
OUT connector on the camera is as follows.
CN1
For NTSC: 100 ± 2 IRE
RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9
S1
For PAL: 700 ± 14 mV
RV10
4. Push the VF tube against the top chassis on the
horizontal position as shown in the illustration below.
Check that the image is in the center when it is viewed
through the viewfinder in the normal state.
If the image is not in the center, perform the centering
magnet adjustment to adjust the image to the center. VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE –

VF tube

Top chassis

Centering magnet

DXF-801 2-7 (E)


2-2-11. Vertical Center Voltage Adjustment

Preparation

. Measuring equipment: Oscilloscope


. Viewfinder
BRIGHT control → Mechanical center
CONTRAST control → Mechanical center
PEAKING control → Fully counterclockwise 3

Adjustment procedure

Check the following bias voltage.


. Test point: TP7/VF-76 board
. Specification: 4.8 ± 0.2 V

If the above specification is not met, adjust 1RV10/VF-76


board so that the specification is met.

CN1
RV2
RV1
RV3
RV4
RV5
RV6
RV7
RV8
RV9

S1

RV10

VF-76 board – COMPONENT SIDE –

TP3 TP4
TP8
CN3

TP5
TP2

TP6
TP7

VF-76 board – SOLDERING SIDE –

2-8 (E) DXF-801


Section 3
Spare Parts

3-1. Notes on Repair Parts 3-1.

1. Safety Related Components Warning


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Components marked ! are critical to safe operation.
Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of
replacement.

2. Standardization of Parts
Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those
used for the unit. These are because of parts common-
ality and improvement.
Parts list has the present standardized repair parts.

3. Stock of Parts
Parts marked with “o” at SP (Supply Code) column of
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the
delivery date will be delayed.

4. Harness
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as
spare parts.
In need of repair, get components shown in the list and
repair using them.

DXF-801 3-1
Exploded views

3-2. Exploded Views


27 28
25

26 23
29
11
30
28 7 30
4 25
25
10
25
20

12

16
21
18

2
1
22
8

19

17 8

8 21

5
13 14

3 13
15

5
12

No. Part No. SP Description No. Part No. SP Description


1 A-1144-555-B s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VF-76 16 9-885-000-96 o LABEL, VF
2 A-1144-557-B s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DF-64 17 9-885-000-97 o PLATE, PARTING
3 1-792-554-15 s CABLE, VF 18 9-885-121-36 s FREXIBLE FLAT CABLE
4 2-277-466-01 s SPRING, COMPRESSION 19
5 2-430-772-01 s SCREW B3X8 20 9-885-001-60 o TOP CASE/MIC HOLDER ASSY
6 3-678-684-01 s HOLDER, CABLE 21 9-933-326-01 s SPRING, PLATE
7 3-710-008-02 s HOUSING STOPPER 22 9-933-327-01 s COVER, TALLY
8 7-621-773-86 s SCREW B2.6X4 23 9-933-328-01 s KNOB, STOPPER
9 24
10 7-624-102-04 s STOPRING 1.5, TYPE-E 25 3-854-132-01 s GEL,MIC
11 7-627-554-18 s SCREW P2X3.5 26 3-633-916-01 s SCREW(M5)
12 7-627-556-38 s SCREW P2.6X4 27 3-679-692-21 s HOLDER, MICROPHONE(B)
13 7-682-547-09 s SCREW B3X6 28 7-626-311-81 s SPRING PIN
14 9-885-000-94 o CASE, BOTTOM 29 3-165-904-01 s WASHER, SCREW STOPPER (PLA)
15 9-885-006-15 s CLAMP, CABLE 30 3-941-343-01 o TAPE(A)

3-2 DXF-801
Exploded views

103

102

111
*1
101

102

113

128 114 132


109
112 125
107
115

*1
B2 X 5
129

117
B2 X 5

106
116 124

123

108
130

131
122

119

120

121

118

No. Part No. SP Description No. Part No. SP Description


101 ! 9-885-083-41 s CRT/DY+CONNECTOR ASSY 118 9-933-342-01 s INNER RING, EYEPIECE
102 2-249-361-01 s PIN, PARALLEL 119 9-933-343-01 s HOLDER, LENS
103 2-362-365-00 s FOOT, RUBBER 120 9-933-344-01 s LOUPE, VF (-3D to 0D)
104 3-176-501-01 s LOUPE (aged eyes), VF (-0.5D to +3D)
105 3-725-276-01 s LOUPE (aged eyes), VF (-2D to +1D)
121 9-933-345-01 s HOLDER (2), LENS
106 7-626-314-31 s SPRING PIN 2X16 122 9-933-346-04 s HOLDER, EYECAP
107 7-627-556-38 s SCREW P2.6X4
108 9-885-083-42 s SCREW BTP3X12 123 9-933-347-02 s STOPPER
109 9-885-083-43 s WASHER M2.6 124 9-933-348-01 s SPRING, HELICAL TORSION
110 125 9-936-099-01 s SPRING, FRICTION
126
111 9-933-335-02 s HOLDER T, OUTSIDE 127
112 9-933-336-01 s MOLT (2)
113 9-933-337-01 s SPRING (1), HINGE 128 A-1144-558-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LE-297
114 9-933-338-01 s SPRING (2), HINGE 129 A-1144-559-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LE-298
115 9-933-339-01 s MIRROR 130 9-994-820-01 s RING, SLIDE
131 A-8319-943-B s EYE CAP KIT RP
116 9-933-340-02 s HOLDER B, OUTSIDE 132 9-885-083-40 s LENS ASSY
117 9-933-341-02 s OUTER RING, EYEPIECE
DXF-801 3-3
3-3. Electrical Parts List
-----------
VF-76 BOARD
IC or other parts which are not described here cannot be supplied. -----------
Ref. No.
----------- or Q'ty Part No. SP Description
DF-64 BOARD
----------- 1pc A-1144-555-B s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VF-76
FBT ! 9-885-083-38 s FBT
Ref. No.
or Q'ty Part No. SP Description CP1 ! 1-576-805-11 s FUSE (SMD/FAST ACTING)
1pc A-1144-557-B s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DF-64 IC2 ! 8-759-669-55 s IC TL1453CPW (R)
2pcs 7-621-773-86 s SCREW +B2.6X4 IC5 ! 8-759-394-25 s IC LA7858-E
1pc 9-885-000-99 o STAY, PC BOARD
R26 ! 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/10W
LED203 9-885-001-05 s LED R27 ! 1-216-823-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1.5K 1/10W
R36 ! 1-218-878-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 20K 1/10W (1608)
R254 ! 1-216-837-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W 1608 R37 ! 1-218-858-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 3K 1/10W (1608)
R255 ! 1-216-836-91 s C-RES,U 18K-1/16W J R41 ! 1-216-835-91 s C-RES,U 15K-1/10W J
R257 ! 1-216-837-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W 1608
R258 ! 1-216-837-91 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/10W 1608 R42 ! 1-216-835-91 s C-RES,U 15K-1/10W J
S201 1-570-985-11 s SWITCH,TOGGLE RV1 ! 1-225-792-31 s RES,ADJ,CERMET 10K
S202 1-570-984-11 s SWITCH,TOGGLE
S203 1-572-834-21 s SWITCH,SLIDE (1-1-3)
RV201 9-885-085-72 s ADJ,2K
RV202 9-885-085-73 s ADJ,5K
RV204 9-885-083-39 s RES,ADJ 10K
RV205 ! 1-225-791-21 s RES,ADJ,CERMET 5K

3-4 DXF-801
Index

Section 4
Semiconductor Pin Assignments

The following describes the semiconductor types used in


this unit.
For semiconductors marked with page numbers in the
index, refer to the corresponding pages in this section.
However, in some cases incompatible types are also listed,
therefore, when a part is to be replaced, also refer to the
Spare Parts section.
In addition, for semiconductors with ID Nos., refer to the
separate CD-ROM titled “Semiconductor Pin Assignments”
(Sony Part No. 9-968-546-xx) that allows searching for
parts by semiconductor type or ID No.
The semiconductors in the manual or on the CD-ROM are
listed by equivalent types. Thus the external view or the
index mark indication may differ from the actual type.
Pin assignments and block diagrams are based on the IC
manufacturer’s data book.

DIODE Page or ID No. TRANSISTOR Page or ID No. IC Page or ID No.

NSPW315BS ............................ LR001-01 2SC4178-T1-A .......................... TC001-02 LA7858-E ..................................... LA7858


TL1453CPWR ....................... TL1453CNS

DXF-801 4-1
Overall Overall

Section 5
Diagrams
5-1. Block Diagram
DF-64 TP201 1 RV201
CONTRAST Q203 DL201 Q204,205 Q209,210 Q211 Q212
80ns
BUFF BUFF AMP BUFF
DELAY IC209A IC210
1 RV202
INV. Q213 C-BLK 2 INPUT
Q206 PEAKING Q207,208 (9.5V SWING) NOR GATE
PEAKING BLKG CLAMP
BUFF
+9.5V +5V CLEAN
IC203 +50V

5V REG
IC205 IC208 IC207A
1 RV203 1 RV204 2 INPUT 4 DUAL 6
IC201A V-BLK
SUB BRIGHT BRIGHT IC204 NOR GATE PRECISION
PEAKING
CONT. MONO
6 3 MULTIVIBRATOR
TP202
+9.5V IC206 IC207B
S201 4 2 INPUT 12 10
SYNC DUAL
REC IND NOR GATE
S203 SEPARATOR PRECISION
LIGHT MONO
Q201 TP203 MULTIVIBRATOR
S202 Q202
LED
+9.5V

PEAKING CONT
DRIVER REG TO Q203,204,206-209 LED203 1 2 Q215,216

HEATER BIASS
DISP ON/OFF
Q214

H-SIZE OUT

+5V
LED201 LED

VIDEO IN
TALLY IN
REG

FBT TRG
LED202

HD OUT
VD OUT
V RAMP
DRIVER IC202

G1 OUT
UNREG
+9.5V
1 RV206 AMP
H-FREE RUN 1 RV205
CN100

201-12
201-10

201-18

201-13
201-14
201-17
201-16

201-11
FREQUENCY

201-4
201-7

201-2

201-9
201-6
201-8
VF H-SIZE
(MALE)
-EXTERNAL SIDE-

5 1
10 6
15 11
20 16

3-18

3-13
3-14
3-17
3-16

3-11
3-12
3-10

3-8
3-6
3-9
3-4
3-7

3-2

UNREG

FBT TRG
HD IN
VD IN
V RAMP

H-SIZE IN

HEATER BIASS

G1 IN
DISP ON/OFF
PEAKING CONT
VIDEO
TALLY OUT

+9.5V
+12V

+5V
PEAKING CONT.
SERIAL CLOCK
SERIAL LOAD

EXT.DC(GND)

DISP ON/OFF

EXT.DC(GND)
VF VIDEO(G)
SERIAL DATA

EXT.DC(12V)
VF VIDEO(X)

EXT.DC(12V)
BATT ALARM
REC TALLY
SYNC
B-Y

R-Y

TP7
NC

NC
NC

NC

+V DEF
5-1
11
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12

10
9
8

6
5
4
3
2
1
7

IC5A 5 IC5B 21 Q9,10 -V DEF


5-2
1 CRT DISPLAY 8 10 CRT DISPLAY TP3
SW V DY
SYNCHRONIZATION SYNCHRONIZATION 18 2 1 COIL
2 G1
13 19 17 4-5
1 RV3 1 RV4 TP4
1 RV2
H SHIFT(N) H SHIFT(P) 5
Q19 1 RV10 1 VH-ADJ H1
VERTICAL 4-4
Q8A Q8B 4
AMP CENTER IC7 TP5
VOLTAGE TP2 3 PICTURE TUBE
SW SW Q11 ANALOG H2
Q20 5 4-3
SWITCH
AMP 2
AMP 1
3
IC6
2 INPUT 3 2 H DY
D9 COIL
AND GATE
4 6 G2
PEAKING CONT

SERIAL CLOCK

RECT 4-1
DISP ON/OFF

SERIAL DATA
SERIAL LOAD
BATT ALARM
REC TALLY
CN1

Q6
DC 12V

DC 12V

Q5
VIDEO

IC3
SYNC

TOP VIEW
GND

B-Y
R-Y
GND

GND

GND
NC

2 4 0 ANODE
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

IC4B IC4A
CN1

1 3 7 5
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10

COMP BUFF
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

TP6
1 RV1
FOCUS +H DEF
5-3

TP1 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16


CP1 IC2,Q4 1 RV5 SW SW SW SW
+9.5V V-SIZE(N) -H DEF
REG 5-4
Q7
FUSE 1 RV6 1 RV7 1 RV8 1 RV9 HLC
REG TO IC5 V-SIZE(P) 16:9(N) 16:9(P) V LIN
Rec Tally LE-297
LED3
BATT ARARM
2-5 10-1 BATT
Q3
LED4
BUFF TALLY GREEN
IC1 2-6 10-2 TALLY(GREEN)
SDT 14 15
D1,Q1
CLK 11 1 LED5
REC(T)
12 2 BUFF 2-8 10-4 TALLY/REC

Q2
3 SHUTTER SHUTTER
SHIFT
4 GAIN UP GAIN UP BUFF
REGISTER
LE-298
LED6
GAIN UP
7 2-1 11-1 GAIN UP
S1
NTSC
TP8 LED7
6 SYM SHUTTER
2-2 11-2 SHUTTER
PAL
LED8
VF-76 REC(B)
2-4 11-4 REC(B)
Overall
DXF-801 5-1 5-1
DF-64 DF-64
SUFFIX: -13 SUFFIX: -13

+9.5V RV203:SUB-BRIGHT

5-2. Schematic Diagrams 2 S201


B-13JP
1 3 1
R222
R234
6.2K
7.5k 2125
R203 R204 1608 1
6.2K 560 Q211
2125 2125 C4102 2
RV203
Q202 50KB
C4081
3
R235
R205 R215 100
10K C203 R213 470 R220 1608
1608 1u 4.7K R237
16V 1608 3.3K R223 R225 10K
1608 1608 300 10K Q210
F C4102 1608
Q204 2125 1608 Q209
TP201 XN6534
A1576A 1 3
R207 R228
10K 2 4
1608 330 C211
2125 6 5 0.01u
LED201 D201 50V RV204
GL5LR40 1SS302 R231 B 1 10KB
430
RV201 R218 C204 1608 Q212 2
3 2KB R216 4.7u C4102 RV204:BRIGHT
220 220 RV202 R240
LED202 R209 10V 3 5KB C212
GL5LR40 2 Q203 1608 1608 B 1u 2.2K
C4081 2 Q207 16V 1608 3
C202 100 C4178 C207 C210 F
Q205 R219 R238 R244
1 33u 1608 6 5 100 C206 150p 1u
R201 XN6435 R221 22K 3.3M
Q201 16V R211 R212 1608 0.01u 50V 35V 1608 2125
220 1 Q208
2 10K
1608
C4081
C201
POS
43 510
2 4
1608
C205
50V
B K880 S
R229 CH TAA

10u 2125 2125 DL201 R226 220 Q213 R243


+9.5V R208 1 3 3.3u C208 A1579
PAF4-34-2 20V #G355ENK-7640=P3 10K 1608 R241 39K
OS 22K 16V 1608 4.7u 56K 2125 R245
R202 R206 1608 1 6 OS R224 20V R239 D203 39K
CN201 TAA 10K 2125
20K 1K R210 R214 DL1 100 R227 R232 R236 HZK9CL 2125
+50V IN 1608 1608 18K 12 80nS 7 1608 4.7K R233 1608
1 8.2K 2K 1.8K
1608 1608 2125 1608 2K 2125 R242
2 +9.5V IN 9 1 0
R217 Q206 2125 33K
GND 820 A1532 1608
3 2125
VIDEO IN C209
4 +5V 22p
GND 50V
5 CH
6 +5V OUT S1:REC IND RV201:CONTRAST R230
10K D202
7 TALLY IN RV202:PEAKING 1608 DAN202U
HEATER BIASS
8
9 G1 OUT

10 PEAKING CONT

11 H-SIZE OUT
DISP ON/OFF
12
FBT TRG +9.5V
13
HD OUT TP203
14
R246
R247
3 15 GND
V RAMP TP202
1K
1608
1
8 2 10K
1608
16 3
17 VD OUT 4 C213 +9.5V
UNREG IC201A 1u
18 10V
NJM2904M
F Q216
18FMN-SMT-A-TF(LF)(SN) R253 2.2 B1132
(1/4W)
+9.5V R257
Q215 22K
R248 A1579 R256 IC202 1608 C217
10K 6 3.3K 0.1u
1608
S203 7 R254 1608 5 TA75S01F 16V
SSSS913Z-AC2-1 5 22K 1 B
1608 4
1 3 3
IC201B 2 2 C218
2 3 Q214
C4081 NJM2904M RV205:H-SIZE 39u
RV205 16V
LED203 1 5KB R258 OS
R249 4 NSPW315BS 22K
C216 1608
24K R250 3.3u
1608 20K C214
0.01u R255 20V
1608 R251 18K TAA
50V 470
B 1608
1608

S202 1 C215
4 B-12JP
3
2
R252
100p
50V
1K CH
1608

+9.5V

IC203
TA48L05F TP204
+9 .5V +5 V V-BLK
1 3 R275 D204
Vin +5 V
22 DAP202U
C231 +5 V +5 V
GND

2125 10u
R261 25V +5 V R271 IC210
B IC209A 0 TC4S01F
2

1M IC207B IC207A R270 LM5110-1MX 5


R269 1608

16
1608

6
R265 R267 R268 TC74HC4538AFT 300K TC74HC4538AFT 220 8 1
C220 C221 R262 100k 5.1k 5.6k 1608 1608 4
100p R260 2200p 10k 1608 1608 1608 14
RC Q
10 D 2
RC Q
6 2 7 2

VC C
50V 10k 50V 1608 R277 IC206 R273
C227
5

CH CH 47k TC7S02FU C226 R272 3 0


1608 560p 3300p 1 10K 1608

3
C222 1608 3 5 50V 15 50V 1 C229 C230

5
C C 1608
IC204 1u Q217 4 1 CH 1 CH 22p 0.1u
BA7046F 16V C4081 1 4 12 9 4 4 7 50V 25V
5 C219
1
H OSC Phase
8 B C232
R276
IC205
TA75S393F
2 11
A
B
Q
2
5
A
B
Q
CH B

GND
10u 2 7 3 13 3

3
2

HD VCC 100 CL R CL R
10V 1u IC208
R264 1608
+

OS 3 6 16V TC7S32FU
SYNC VIDEO
B V-BLK C228 C. BLK1(9.5V SWING)

8
330 0.1u
1 4 5 C223
VD GND
1u 1608 25V
RV206 2 R279 R278 C225 R266 B
20V
50KB R263 TAA 3.3k 68k 0.1u 5.1k
470k C224 1608 1608 25V 1608
3 1608 1000p B
50V
B
4 5
R259
110k
1608
IC209B
LM5110-1MX DF-64
5-2 5-2 DXF-801

A B C D E F G H
VF-76 VF-76
SUFFIX: -12 SUFFIX: -12 PAF3-34-1

+5V

3 Q3
IMZ1A
R16 2
2.2K
1608 4
R6
47K R106 1
1608 47K
R9 1K D1 1608 R17 5 PAF5-19A
1608 DAN202U
Q1 4.7K CN10
LED3
IC1
SN74HC595ADBR 16
R10 1K C4081
Q2
1608 6
R19 1.5K 1608
BATT ALARM 5
CN2
BATT ALARM 1 1
1608 R13 R20 750 2125
14 15 10K IMX1 TALLY/GREEN 6 TALLY/GREEN 2 LED4
1 1608 1
11 2 R14 GND 7 GND 3
3 5
10 4 2.2K REC(T) 8 REC(T) 4
5 1608 R21 2.4K 1608
12 6 R12 6 LED5
7 47K
13 9 1608 4
C44 R18
470p 8 R15 2 2.2K
CN1 50V 1608
CH 2.2K
SERIAL CLOCK 1608 R22 1.2K 1608
1 3
R8 1 S1
C45 R7 47K R11 NTSC CS-4-13NA R23 2.2K 1608
47p 47K 1608 47K PAF5-19B
50V 1608 1608 SYM 2 C CN11
CH R24 1.5K 1608 LED6
2 BATT ALARM
C46 R1 R2 PAL GAIN UP 1 GAIN UP 1
470p 10K 10K 3
50V 1608 1608 SHUTTER 2 SHUTTER 2 LED7
3 SERIAL LOAD CH
GND 3 GND 3
R107
C47 0 TP8 REC(B) 4 REC(B) 4
470p 1608
50V R3 1K 1608 (IL-Y-8P-S15T2-EF) LED8
4 SERIAL DATA CH
R4 10K 1608 C54
470p
C48 R5 1K 1608 50V
100p CH
50V R25 100 1608
5 REC TALLY CH +9.5V +5V LED3 CL-150UR-CD
LED4 CL-150PG-CD
6 GND
C49
47p +50V OUT
CN3
1
LED5
LED6
LED7
CL-150UR-CD
CL-150D-CD
CL-150UR-CD
2
50V LED8 CL-150UR-CD
7 VIDEO CH +9.5V OUT 2
CP1
8 GND 25CF400mA FB1 +12V Q4 +9.5V TP1 GND 3
B1201
9 DC 12V VIDEO OUT 4
C50 L1
SYNC NFM61RH20T332 9 100u GND
10 47p 15 IC2 R35 5
50V CF-8
CH 16 TL1453CPWR 470 D2 R36 +5V IN 6
C51 1608 SC802-04 20K
PEAKING CONT 100p 1608 TALLY OUT 7
11 50V R26 14 C6
CH 1.5K 7 R33
12 DISP ON/OFF 1608 13
100u HEATER BIASS 8
620 1608 20V
GND 4 OS G1 IN 9
13 C52
R102 R28 C3 3 R34
TP2
PEAKING CONT 10
10K 47p 1K 1u
50V 5
1608 1608 10V 1K
14 R-Y CH F
6 1 1 8 2 1 1608 H-SIZE IN 11
C1 R29
15 B-Y C53 100u
100K
DISP ON/OFF 12
47p 20V
50V OS 1608 R31 R32 C5 R37 FBT TRG 13
CH 100K 10K 390p 3K
R103 C4 R30 1608 1608 50V 1608 HD IN 14
10K C2 10u 100K CH
1608 10u 16V 1608 R54 0 GND 15
R27 D10 D11
16 NC 1.5K 16V TAA RLS245 RLS245 1608
1608 TAA V RAMP 16
GND R110
17 +12V VD IN 17
3.3K RV2:VH-ADJ
18 DC 12V 1608 UNREG 18
RV2 1 4 2 3
200B 2 C19
(LY20-18P-DT1-P1E) FBT 0.022u
+9.5V 18FMN-SMT-A-TF(LF)(SN)
EM37-02F-2 R47 1 3 50V C55
6.8 B
3 0 1
2125 R48 22 2125
10p
200V
CH
3
2
5 CRT CN
4 D9 ESJA57-04A R104 (5501-28F)
D3 6 15 CN4
DAP202U R49 R53 220 TP3 2125 G1 OUT 5 G1 OUT 5
R41 7 8 2125
IC3 Q5 15K D5 3.3M TP4
TC4S69F 1608 DAP202U C11 D8 (1/8W) H1 OUT 4 H1 OUT 4
K1254 0.1u C14
5 RLS245 TP5
R38 R40 1 16V 8200p H2 OUT 3 H2 OUT 3
2 4 R43 1M B 100V R50 R105
2 P.P.C 3.3M NC 2 NC 2
3K C8 1K R45 (1/8W) 0
2125 3 1608 2125 D6 1608 G2 OUT 1 G2 OUT 1
0.01u 8 2.4K 1SS302
50V 3 RV1 2 1608 C16 C17 C18
C7 B R39 10KB 6 7 R44 1 D7 R51 470p 0.1u 27u (B5B-PH-K-R-LF)
680p 100K C9 3 Q6 3.3M 2KV 100V 63V
47p 5 RF071M2S (1/8W) DEBB X7R AL
50V 1608 1M K1254 ANODE
CH 50V R42 C10 R46
CH 0.1u IC4A 2125 IC4B C12 C13 C15
15K 4 1K
1608 16V BA15218F BA15218F 0.1u 0.1u R52 0.1u
D4 B 16V 1608 16V 91K 16V
DAP202U B B (1/8W) B DY-CN
CN5
GND 5 GND 5
TP6 -H.DEF OUT 4 -H.DEF OUT H.DY
RV1:FOCUS 4
+H.DEF OUT 3 +H.DEF OUT 3
-V.DEF OUT 2 -V.DEF OUT 2
TP7 +V.DEF OUT +V.DEF OUT
1 1
(B5B-PH-K-S-LF) DY<5400-08F>
S
+9.5V
Q9 DTA124EUA
R76
+9.5V HLC
EM38-04F-1
R55
3.3K
V.DY
4
1608
10K R108
1608 NM R80 C38
4.7 R81 100u
2125 4.7k 16V R97
R73 1608 AL 10k C20
Q7 100k Q17 1608
NM 100u
C3661 1608 16V
R75 Q10 R82 OS
R56 DTC114TUA 3.3k Q19
10k NM 1608 C4081S C39 RV10
1608 R70 R72 R77 10u 20kB
R58 R63 R64 R66 NM 12 160k 20V R92

2
22k 100k 8.2k 15k R68 1608 1608 OS 8.2k
1608 1608 1608 1608 20k 1608
1608 IC5B R109 1 3
11

22

NM Q18 R83
LA7858 NM
R74 D12 4.7 R98
IC5A C27 220k IMN10 2125 51k
5

1u 14 X'ray 1608 C36 1608


LA7858 35V PROTECTOR 0.47u C40
TAA 12 20 25V R84 R85 5600p
9 V-OSC 4.7 330
B 50V
C37 2125 2125 B
1 SAW TOOTH 8 10 18 100p
PHASE SHIFTER AFC H-OSC V-RAMP 50V C41 R93 R95 R99
GENERATOR R65 R67
15 CH Q20 470u 18k 8.2k 15k
NC 33k 1k C35 16V 1608 1608 1608
1608 1608 A1576AS
2.2u AL
13

21

16

19

17

20V
2

R57 TAA
2.2k R88 Q16
1608 Q11 4.7 C4081

1
C4081 2125
R79 RV7 RV8
C21 C22 R59 R60 C28 C29 C30 R69 R71 C31 R78 220 RV5 500B 500B
10u 100p 12k C23 33K C24 C25 C26 0.01u 3300p 2200p 18k 5.6k 0.1u C32 C33 C34 1.2k 1608 500B 2 RV6 2 2 2
35V

1
50V 1608 2400p 1608 560p 6800p 1u 50V 50V 50V 1608 1608 25V 10u 100u 0.1u 1608 +5V 500B RV9 R94 R96
AL CH 50V
CH
50V
CH
50V
B
35V
AL
ECHU ECHU CH B 20V
TAB
16V
AL
35V
TAA
5
IC6
TC4S81F R90
Q14 Q15
5kB
2
4.7k
1608
2.2k
1608
+5V
5
K1374 K1374
1 100

3
4 R87 R89 1608 RV9:V-LIN R100
200 100 62K IC7
2 1608 1608 1608 TC7S66FU
3 Q13 R91

3
RV3:H-SHIFT(N) RV4:H-SHIFT(P) K1374 100 1 IN/O UT VC C 5
1

1608
RV3 RV4 2 OU T/IN
5KB 2 2 5KB RV5:V-SIZE(N) R101 3 4
22K GND CONT
Q8A Q8B 1608
3
3

IMT1A IMT1A C43


6 3 RV6:V-SIZE(P) RV7:16:9(N) RV8:16:9(P) C42 0.033u
5 R61 2 R62 0.01u 50V
1K 16V B
1 4 1K ECHU
1608 1608

VF-76
DXF-801 5-3 5-3
A B C D E F G H
DF-64, LE-297, LE-298 DF-64, LE-297, LE-298

Section 6
Board Layouts

LE-297 -COMPONENT SIDE- LE-297 -SOLDERING SIDE-


SUFFIX: -11 SUFFIX: -11

DF-64 -COMPONENT SIDE- LE-298 -COMPONENT SIDE- LE-298 -SOLDERING SIDE-


SUFFIX: -13 SUFFIX: -11 SUFFIX: -11

DF-64 -SOLDERING SIDE-


SUFFIX: -13

DXF-801 6-1 6-1


VF-76 VF-76

VF-76 -COMPONENT SIDE- VF-76 -SOLDERING SIDE-


SUFFIX: -12 SUFFIX: -12

6-2 6-2 DXF-801


Printed in Japan
DXF-801 (SY) J, E Sony Corporation 2008. 10 22
9-955-212-21 ©2008