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ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER BVF-55 MAINTENANCE MANUAL 4th Edition Serial No. 110001 and Higher

ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER

BVF-55

MAINTENANCE MANUAL 4th Edition Serial No. 110001 and Higher

! WARNING This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk

! 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.

BVF-55

Table of Contents

Manual Structure

Purpose of this manual

3 (E)

 

Contents

3 (E)

Relative manuals

4 (E)

1.

Installation

1-1.

Supplied Accessories

1-1 (E)

1-2.

Connector/Cable

1-2-1.

1-2-2.

1-1 (E)

Connector Input/Output Signals

1-1 (E)

Connector

1-2 (E)

2.

Service Overview

2-1.

Removal of Cabinet

2-1-1.

2-1-2.

2-1 (E)

Removal of Hood Assembly and Tilt Table

Assembly

2-1 (E)

Removal of Cover Assembly and VR Box

Assembly

2-2 (E)

2-2.

Replacement of Main Parts

2-2-1.

2-2-2.

2-3 (E)

Replacement of Deflection Yoke

2-3 (E)

Replacement of CRT

2-3 (E)

2-3.

Circuit Descriptions

2-4 (E)

2-4.

Precautions on Servicing

2-4-1.

2-4-2.

2-4-3.

2-4-4.

2-6 (E)

Notes on Spare Parts

2-6 (E)

Precautions on Maintenance

2-6 (E)

Trouble Shooting

2-7 (E)

Unleaded Solder

2-7 (E)

3.

Electrical Alignment

3-1.

Preparation

3-1-1.

3-1-2.

3-1-3.

3-1-4.

3-1 (E)

Equipment Required

3-1 (E)

Example of Connection

3-1 (E)

Note on Adjustment

3-2 (E)

Initial Setting

3-2 (E)

3-2. Adjustment

3-2 (E)

 

3-2-1.

3-2-2.

Power Supply Adjustment

3-2 (E)

H. OSC. Frequency Adjustment

3-2 (E)

 

3-2-3.

3-2-4.

3-2-5.

3-2-6.

3-2-7.

3-2-8.

3-2-9.

3-2-10.

V. OSC. Frequency Adjustment

3-2 (E)

High Voltage Adjustment

3-3 (E)

Deflection Yoke Tilt Adjustment

3-3 (E)

Centering Adjustment

3-4 (E)

H-PHASE Adjustment

3-4 (E)

Screen Size Adjustment

3-5 (E)

Linearity Adjustment

3-6 (E)

V-Duty Adjustment

3-6 (E)

3-2-11.

3-7 (E)

3-2-12.

Brightness Adjustment Focus Adjustment

3-7 (E)

4.

Spare Parts

4-1.

Notes on Repair Parts

4-1

4-2.

Exploded View

4-2

4-3.

Electrical Parts List

4-4

5. Semiconductor Pin Assignments

6. Block Diagram

 

Overall

6-1

7. Schematic Diagrams

 

VF-81

7-2

CN-2742

7-3

LE-303

7-3

LE-304

7-3

LE-305

7-3

PS-703

7-3

VF-82

7-3

VF-85

7-3

VR-BOX

7-3

Frame Wiring

7-4

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1 (E)

8.

Board Layouts

CN-2742

8-1

LE-303

8-1

LE-304

8-1

LE-305

8-1

PS-703

8-1

VF-81

8-2

VF-82

8-2

VF-85

8-2

2 (E)

BVF-55

Manual Structure

Purpose of this manual

This manual is the maintenance manual for Electronic Viewfinder BVF-55. This manual describes the information items necessary when the unit is supplied and installed, items on maintenance, and items that premise the service based on the components parts such as alignment, schematic diagram, board layouts and spare parts list, assuming use of system and service engineers.

Contents

This followings are summaries of the each section for understanding the manual.

BVF-55

Section 1

Describes information about connector input/output signals.

Installation

Section 2

Describes information about removal of cabinet and replacement of main parts.

Service Overview

Section 3

Describes general information for electrical adjustments and the adjustments

procedure of this unit.

Electrical Alignment

Section 4

Describes parts list, exploded view, supplied accessories list used in the unit.

Spare Parts

Section 5

Contains information on semiconductors used for the unit. It includes a complete list of the semiconductors and their ID Nos. for retrieving information on “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM, which is available separately. Please refer to this section together with the “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM.

Semiconductor Pin Assignments

Section 6

Describes overall block diagram.

Block Diagram

Section 7

Describes schematic diagrams for every circuit board and frame wiring.

Schematic Diagrams

Section 8

Describes board layouts for every circuit board.

Board Layouts

3 (E)

Relative manuals

Besides this maintenance manual the following manual is available for this unit.

Operation Manual (Supplied with this unit) This manual is necessary for application and operation of this unit.

“Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM (Available on request) This “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” CD-ROM allows you to search for semiconductors used in B&P Company equipment. The maintenance 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-XX

4 (E)

BVF-55

Section 1

Installation

1-1.

Supplied Accessories

Description

Sony P/N

Q’ty

Hood ASSY

A-7612-404-A

1

V

Wedge Shoe ASSY

A-7612-405-A

1

Number Plate

3-167-517-01

1

Connection Cord (VF20P-12P)

1-829-177-11

1

L

Wrench

7-721-140-60

1

Fuse, Glass Tube 2A/250V

1-532-825-11

1

Screw +B4 x 8

7-682-561-09

4

Hexagon Socket Bolt 4 x12

7-683-421-04

4

Operation Manual

3-866-521-04

1

1-2.

1-2-1.

Connector/Cable

Connector Input/Output Signals

The main connector input/output signals are as follows.:

CAMERA (12P, MALE)

1 9 8 2 10 3 11 12 7 4 6 5 (EXTERNAL VIEW)
1
9
8
2 10
3 11 12
7
4
6
5
(EXTERNAL VIEW)

No.

Signal

Specification

1

(SPARE)

No Connection

2

VF VIDEO IN (X)

VS or VBS = 1.0 V p-p ± 1 dB (100 %) Zi = 75 Z ± 5 %

3

VF VIDEO IN (G)

GND for VF VIDEO

4

R TALLY IN (AUTO IND ON)

ON : 7.0 ±0.2 V (ZR = 150 Z) OFF : 0 +0.3 V

_0

 

Zi < 1 kZ

5

(BATT IND ON IN)

No Connection

6

UNREG IN

10.5 to 17.0 V dc

7

16:9 ON

ON : 0 V OFF : High Impedance (OPEN)

8

(+9.5V IN)

No Connection

9

Peaking OFF

ON : 0 V OFF : High Impedance (OPEN)

10

(GAIN U IND ON IN)

No Connection

11

EIA/CCIR IN

L : EIA, H : CCIR

12

G TALLY ON IN

ON : 2.0 ± 0.5 V (ZR = 300 Z) OFF : 0 +0.5 V

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1-1 (E)

1-2-2.

Connector

Connections made with the connector panels during installation or service, should be made with the connector/complete cable assemblies specified in the following list, or equivalent parts.

Connector function

Parts No. and name of connector with cable

CAMERA

1-829-177-11 CORD, CONNECTION (VF20P-12P) (supplied with BVF-55) 1-563-928-11 CONNECTOR, ROUND TYPE 12P FEMALE HIROSE HR10A-10PA-12SC equivalent

1-2 (E)

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2-1.

2-1-1.

Section 2 Service Overview

Removal of Cabinet

Removal of Hood Assembly and Tilt Table Assembly

1. As shown in the figure below, loosen the screw and remove the hood assembly.

2. Remove the two setscrews (M4 x 8) and remove the tilt lock lever and the tilt lock screw.

3. Remove the friction knob and the six screws (K3 x 6), then remove the tilt table assembly.

Spacer (4) Shaft (L) Friction knob Shaft (R) Cork spacer K3 x 6 Screw Rubber
Spacer (4)
Shaft (L)
Friction knob
Shaft (R)
Cork spacer
K3 x 6
Screw
Rubber spacer
K3 x 6
Hood assembly
Setscrews
M4 x 8
Tilt lock lever
Tilt table assembly
Tilt lock screw

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2-1 (E)

2-1-2.

Removal of Cover Assembly and VR Box Assembly

1. As shown in the figure below, loosen the four screws (B3 x 14) and remove the cover assembly.

2. Loosen the three screws (B3 x 12) and remove the VR box assembly.

3. Disconnect the two connectors CN806 and CN807.

B3 x 14 B3 x 14 Cover assembly CN807 B3 x 12 CN806 B3 x
B3 x 14
B3 x 14
Cover assembly
CN807
B3 x 12
CN806
B3 x 12
VR box assembly
B3 x 12

2-2 (E)

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2-2.

2-2-1.

Replacement of Main Parts

Replacement of Deflection Yoke

1. As for removal of cabinet. (Refer to Section 2-1.)

2. Place so that the VR box of unit becomes upper surface.

3. Disconnect the connector CN109 on the VF-81 board, and disconnect the connector CN303 on the VF-82 board. (Cut the binding bands which has bound the harness.)

4. Place so that the VR box of unit becomes undersur- face.

5. Remove the three screws (B3 x 6) and remove the PS- 703 board.

6. Disconnect the CRT socket.

7. Loosen the deflection yoke fixing screw and remove the deflection yoke. B3 x 6
7. Loosen the deflection yoke fixing screw and remove
the deflection yoke.
B3 x 6
PS-703 board
Fixing screw
CN303
CRT
socket
Deflection yoke
CN109
VF-81 board
VF-82 board
socket Deflection yoke CN109 VF-81 board VF-82 board 8. Install the new deflection yoke in the

8. Install the new deflection yoke in the reverse order of removal.

m

.

Bind the harnesses of CN109 and CN303 as before by a new binding band respectively.

.

After installing the deflection yoke, apply the locking compound to the fixed nut of fixing screw. (Locking compound (Three bond-1401B):

7-432-114-11)

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2-2-2.

Replacement of CRT

1. Remove the deflection yoke. (Refer to Section 2-2-1.)

2. Remove the four screws (B3 x 8) and remove the bezel assembly in the arrow direction.

3. Remove the four screws (PWH3 x 8) and pull out the CRT.

4. Remove the earth band from the CRT. CRT Earth band PWH 3 x 8
4. Remove the earth band from the CRT.
CRT
Earth band
PWH
3 x 8
PWH
3 x 8
B3 x 8

Bezel assembly

5. Disconnect the anode cap by holding the anode pin with tweezers.

n

Discharge the accumulated electricity on the anode to ground using circuit tester lead of other
Discharge the accumulated electricity on the anode to
ground using circuit tester lead of other leads before
removing the high voltage anode cap.
Anode cap
Pin
before removing the high voltage anode cap. Anode cap Pin 6. Install the new CRT in

6. Install the new CRT in the reverse order of removal.

2-3 (E)

2-3.

Circuit Descriptions

Then the vertical output pulse from IC201 drives the vertical deflection coil.

Video Amplification Circuit (VF-81 Board)

The following variable resistors are mounted around the

The VF-81 board is divided into the video amplification

IC201.

circuit, the bright control circuit, the vertical deflection

RV206 (V SIZE)

for vertical frame size

drive circuit, and the serial interface circuit that handles the controls. The video signal input to pin 6 of CN403 first

RV209 (16 : 9 V SIZE)

adjustment NTSC for vertical frame size

passes through the Q102 buffer, then its levels are adjusted by RV251 (CONTRAST) of the VR box. The input is then

RV210 (V SIZE)

adjustment NTSC for vertical frame size

separated into the main video signal and peaking video signal behind the Q103 buffer.

RV211 (16 : 9 V SIZE)

adjustment CCIR for vertical frame size

The main signal passes through amplifiers Q106 and Q108. After the peaking signal passes through amplifiers Q107

RV204 (V HOLD)

adjustment CCIR for vertical oscillation

and Q109, its levels are adjusted by RV252 (PEAKING) of the VR box. The signal passes through buffer Q110, then

RV207 (V LIN)

frequency adjustment for vertical linearity

the peaking signal and the main signal are combined

RV205 (V LIN2)

adjustment for vertical DUTY adjustment

together again in IC102. This signal is clamped by the blanking pulse at IC102, and the black levels are stabilized. The signal is then amplified by Q111 and Q104, and passes through the clamp and blanking circuits of Q105 and Q135, it is supplied to the CRT first grid.

SYNC Separation/Horizontal Oscillation/Vertical Oscillation Output Circuit (VF-81/VF-82 Board) After passing through the video buffer Q102, the signal is input into pin 2 of IC204. There, the divided horizontal SYNC signal is output from pin 1 and input into pin 1 of IC201, while the vertical SYNC signal is output from pin 3 and input into pin 21 of IC201. IC201 provides another horizontal oscillation output circuit, where the horizontal oscillation frequency is triggered by the horizontal SYNC signal. The comparison pulse from the horizontal output signal is added to pin 5 of IC201 and is phase-detected with the horizontal SYNC signal. This output controls the horizon- tal oscillation reference voltage, and as a result, the horizontal synchronization is performed. After the duty ratio are determined for the horizontal drive pulse output from pin 12 of IC201, it is input into pin 4 of CN304 on the VF-82 board. This output is amplified by the amplifiers Q305 and Q306, and is then added to the gate of Q301. The horizontal output signal of the horizontal output circuit, which consists of Q301, C304, and FBT, drives the

High-Voltage Output Circuit and High-Voltage Stabilized Circuit (VF-82/VF-85 Board) The horizontal drive pulse output from pin 13 of IC201 is used for the horizontal deflection coil drive and is also sent to the VF-82 board. It is amplified by the amplifiers Q305 and Q306, and then added to the gate of Q301. The high-voltage drive pulse made from the Q301, C304, and FBT signals drive the flyback transformer on the VF- 85 board. The flyback transformer on the VF-85 board outputs high voltage, medium voltage, low voltage, and heater voltage. The high voltage is supplied to the anode voltage of the CRT, the medium voltage is supplied to the screen and focus voltage, and the low voltage is supplied to the video output and the BRIGHT circuit. Furthermore, the variation of the high-voltage output voltage from the flyback transformer on the VF-85 board is detected and input to pin 3 of IC302. The input detection voltage from pin 3 is compared to the set voltage on RV302, and the difference is output from pin 7. The output voltage from pin 7 is controlled through the Q302 gate to keep the high-voltage output voltage from the flyback transformer on the VF-85 board constant.

The following variable resistors are mounted around the

horizontal deflection coil. RV200 (H HOLD) adjusts the

IC302.

horizontal oscillation frequency.

RV302 (HV ADJ)

for high-voltage output voltage

The vertical oscillation output circuit on IC201 triggers the vertical oscillation frequency, and the sawtooth waveform of V period is generated.

RV301 (H SIZE)

adjustment for horizontal frame size adjustment

2-4 (E)

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Switching Power Supply Circuit (PS-703 Board) The +9.5 V DC constant voltage is generated by supplying an input voltage of 10.5 V to 17 V DC to the chopper regulator circuit. The IC501 controls the oscillation pulse width by feed- backing the chopper output voltage at Q503 to pin 2 via RV501 and comparing it with the reference input voltage at pin 1.

This difference output controls the Q503 gate after going through Q501 and Q502. The Q503 output voltage is then smoothed by the follow- ing devices to output a DC voltage of +9.5 V DC. D502, L502, C507, and L503, C508, L504, C510, C509

RV501 (+9.5 V ADJ)

for output voltage adjustment

Blanking Circuit (VF-81 Board) The blanking pulse is generated by adding the horizontal pulse and vertical pulse for IC208 and IC202. The generated blanking pulse is input into the base of Q105 and Q135, as well as IC208 (black levels stabilized by the clamping), and blanking is carried out.

Tally and Control Circuit (VF-81/CN-2742 Board) Q801 on the CN-2742 board is a supply voltage variable circuit for the tally lamp on the LE-303 board. The DIM- MER control (RV254) controls the output voltage level. The luminance of the tally lamp varies according to the fluctuation in the output level from EXT DC.

IC405 and Q403 turn on and off the tally lamp on the LE-

303 board. Setting the TALLY switch from the R TALLY

IN terminal (pin 4) of the SW202 and CN801 connectors to ON will switch Q403 to on or off depending on the state of IC405. Current will run through the tally lamp of LE-

303 board and turn the tally lamp on and off.

The R TALLY IND signal (pin 4) of the CN801 connector is added to the base of Q405 and Q407 via pin 3 on CN807 and CN403. When the R TALLY COUNT signal is high, Q405 and Q407 are turned on, and the R TALLY LEDs (D605, D602/LE-304, -305 board) are lit.

The G TALLY CONT signal from the G TALLY IN terminal (pin 12) of the CN801 connector is added to the base of Q404 and Q408 via pin 9 on CN807 and CN403. When the G TALLY COUNT signal is high, Q404 and Q408 are turned on, and the G TALLY LEDs (D606, D603/LE-304, -305 board) are lit.

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The 16 : 9 CONT signal from the 16 : 9 terminal (pin 7) of the CN801 connector is added to the base of Q208 (NTSC) and Q210 (CCIR) via pin 8 on CN807 and CN403. When the 16 : 9 signal is high, Q208 (NTSC) and Q210 (CCIR) are turned on, and the screen size changes to 16:9.

The NTSC/CCIR signal (pin 11) of the CN801 connector is added to the base of Q209 (SIZE) and Q211 (PHASE) via pin 10 on CN807 and CN403. When the NTSC/CCIR control signal is high, the unit will operate in CCIR mode. When the signal is low, it will operate in NTSC mode.

2-5 (E)

2-4.

2-4-1.

Precautions on Servicing

Notes on Spare Parts

1. Safety Related Components Warning 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.

2-6 (E)

2-4-2.

Precautions on Maintenance

1. Handle the CRT body and the controls on the neck of the CRT with utmost care and do not apply excessive force to the CRT.

2. High voltage and high voltage pulse exist on the high voltage and deflection circuits. Take utmost care when checking the unit while it is operating; especially high voltage circuit and deflection circuit. High voltage lines are installed on the printed board. Do not touch the printed board with bare hand or tools.

3. Before touching the CRT for checking purpose or replacing it, cut off the power, remove the high voltage anode cap and discharge the accumulated electricity on the anode to the ground using circuit tester lead, etc. Disconnect the power cord from the AC power source to prevent possible danger caused by accidental turning on the power.

4. Dust or dirt accumulated on the unit may cause unforeseen trouble. Periodically check and clean wiring subjected to high voltage, and CRT face. Clean especially around anode cap and the high voltage rectifier.

BVF-55

2-4-3.

Trouble Shooting

1. First, check cables, connectors and contacts for loosening and disconnection, and signal input and power supply conditions before servicing the view- finder.

2-4-4.

Unleaded Solder

Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.)

2. Next, check the position of the controls.

: LEAD FREE MARK

: LEAD FREE MARK

If controls are not set at appropriate position, no picture may appear; for example, if CONTRAST

m

control and BRIGHTNESS control are set at fully counterclockwise position, no picture is produced.

.

Be sure to use the unleaded solder for the printed circuit board printed with the lead free mark.

3. Be sure to check if each board is connected by the connectors properly.

.

The unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is recom- mended to use the soldering iron having a temperature regulator.

4. First, check the power supply voltage. If the regulator circuit (PS-703 board) is in malfunction, other circuits do no work properly. Also, when the power supply on each board is short or open.

.

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.

5. Trouble may concern either a signal or plural circuits.

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2-7 (E)

Section 3 Electrical Alignment

3-1.

3-1-1.

Preparation

Equipment Required

Fixtures

.

Pattern box PTB-500 (PTB-100/220 is also available)

J-6029-140-B

.

Resolution chart (4:3)

J-6026-100-A

.

Registration chart

J-6026-120-A

Measuring Equipment

.

Digital voltmeter:

Advantest R6441C (with DC High Voltage Probe TR1116) or equivalent

.

Oscilloscope (300 MHz or more):

Tektronix 2465 or equivalent

.

Waveform/Vector monitor:

Tektronix 1750 or equivalent Tektronix 1751 or equivalent

.

Frequency counter:

Advantest TR5821AK or equivalent

.

B/W monitor

Peripheral Equipment

.

Color video camera:

BVP-570/550/550P

.

CCD unit:

OHB-450/450P/550/550P

 

OHB-455WS/455WSP/550WS/550WSP

.

Camera adaptor:

CA-570/570P/550/550P/530

.

AC adaptor:

AC-550/550CE

3-1-2.

Example of Connection

AC adaptor: AC-550/550CE 3-1-2. Example of Connection ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER BVF-55 CCD UNIT OHB-450/450P

ELECTRONIC

VIEWFINDER

BVF-55

CCD UNIT

OHB-450/450P

OHB-550/550P

VIEWFINDER BVF-55 CCD UNIT OHB-450/450P OHB-550/550P 4 : 3 ENG/EFP LENS 16 : 9 COLOR VIDEO
4 : 3 ENG/EFP LENS
4 : 3
ENG/EFP LENS
16 : 9
16 : 9

COLOR VIDEO CAMERA

BVP-570/550/550P

OHB-455WS/455WSP

OHB-550WS/550WSP

CAMERA BVP-570/550/550P OHB-455WS/455WSP OHB-550WS/550WSP CAMERA ADAPTOR CA-570/570P CA-550/550P CA-530

CAMERA ADAPTOR

CA-570/570P

CA-550/550P

CA-530

Waveform/Vector monitor

PIX

TEST OUT A-ch 75 Z
TEST OUT
A-ch
75 Z
CA-550/550P CA-530 Waveform/Vector monitor PIX TEST OUT A-ch 75 Z AC ADAPTOR AC-550/550CE B/W monitor BVF-55

AC ADAPTOR

AC-550/550CE

B/W monitor

CA-550/550P CA-530 Waveform/Vector monitor PIX TEST OUT A-ch 75 Z AC ADAPTOR AC-550/550CE B/W monitor BVF-55

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3-1 (E)

3-1-3.

Note on Adjustment

3-2.

Adjustment

.

Connect the BVF-55 to the video camera. Then remove the cabinet by loosening the screws so that the each board can be adjusted from external.

Preparation

.

BRIGHTNESS knob/Viewfinder mechanical center

.

When carrying out the following adjustments, the supplied hood must be removed. Loosen the hood lock knob, and remove the hood. 3-2-8. Screen Size Adjustment

.

CONTRAST knob/Viewfinder

mechanical center

.

PEAKING switch /Viewfinder

OFF

3-2-1.

Power Supply Adjustment

.

Before adjustment, set the CAMERA/VTR switch on the camera to ON/STBY and warm up for about 10 minutes.

 

Note

3-1-4.

Initial Setting

This adjustment influences operation of BVF-55.

Set the camera switches and controls as follows.

Therefore, when this adjustment is carried out, all of following adjustments must be performed.

CAMERA/VTR:

ON/STBY

Perform the adjustment when measured voltage is shifted more than ± 1 % with respect to the specified voltage.

GAIN switch:

0 dB

OUTPUT/DCC switch:

CAM/OFF

Equipment:

Digital voltmeter

WHITE BAL switch:

PRESET

Test point:

TP502/PS-703

FILTER knob:

1 (OHB-450/450P)

Adjusting point: 1RV501/PS-703

1B (OHB-550/550P/

Specification:

+9.5 ± 0.1 V dc

455WS/455WSP/550WS/

 

550WSP)

3-2-2.

H. OSC. Frequency Adjustment

IRIS AUTO/MANU switch:

MANU

LENS IRIS:

Close “C”

Equipment:

Frequency counter

SHUTTER switch:

OFF

Test point:

TP111 (GND: chassis)/VF-81

RV501 TP502
RV501
TP502

PS-703 board (Soldering side)

3-2 (E)

Adjusting point: 1RV200/VF-81

Specification:

15.685 ± 0.05 kHz 15.625 ± 0.100 kHz (CCIR)

3-2-3.

V. OSC. Frequency Adjustment

Equipment:

Frequency counter

Test point:

TP112 (GND: chassis)/VF-81

Adjusting point: 1RV204/VF-81

Specification: 46 ± 0.5 Hz 42 ± 2 Hz (CCIR) RV200 RV204 RV206 RV210 RV208
Specification: 46 ± 0.5 Hz
42 ± 2 Hz (CCIR)
RV200
RV204
RV206
RV210
RV208
RV211
RV205
RV207
RV209
RV111
TP111
TP112
RV102

VF-81 board (Soldering side)

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3-2-4.

High Voltage Adjustment

Equipment:

High voltage meter

Test point:

CRT anode (GND: chassis)

Adjusting point: 1RV302/VF-82

Specification: +8.50 ± 0.05 kV dc RV301 RV302 L302
Specification:
+8.50 ± 0.05 kV dc
RV301
RV302
L302

VF-82 board (Soldering side)

BVF-55

3-2-5.

Deflection Yoke Tilt Adjustment

Note

Perform this adjustment only when the CRT is replaced.

Preparation

Remove a lens cap, and shoot with lens iris is opened state.

Test point:

Viewfinder screen

Adjustment Procedure

1. When the picture frame tilts against the image of

viewfinder, loosen the deflection yoke fixing screw and adjust a tilt while turning the deflection yoke.

2. Tighten the fixing screw carefully.

n

Be sure not to overtighten the fixing screw.

3. Lock the deflection yoke fixing screw with paint.

screw. 3. Lock the deflection yoke fixing screw with paint. Deflection yoke Deflection yoke fixing screw

Deflection yoke

Deflection yoke

fixing screw

with paint. Deflection yoke Deflection yoke fixing screw C h a r t f r a

Chart frame

Viewfinder picture frame

(No good)

(Good)

3-3 (E)

3-2-6.

Centering Adjustment

This adjustment and Section 3-2-7. H-PHASE Adjustment affect each other, so carry out these adjustments alternately several times until the specification for each adjustment is satisfied.

Object:

Registration chart

Equipment:

Waveform monitor

Test point:

Viewfinder screen

Adjustment Procedure

1. Adjust the zoom control so that the registration chart frame touches the underscanned picture frame on the monitor.

Monitor screen (underscanned)

picture frame on the monitor. Monitor screen (underscanned) 2. Adjust the iris control so that the

2. Adjust the iris control so that the white level at VBS OUT connector on the camera is 100 ± 5 IRE (CCIR:

700 ± 30 mV).

3. Adjust two centering magnets attached to the deflec- tion yoke so that the center of registration chart is centered on the viewfinder screen.

4. Lock the centering magnets with paint.

3-4 (E)

screen. 4. Lock the centering magnets with paint. 3-4 (E) Centering magnets 3-2-7. H-PHASE Adjustment Note

Centering magnets

3-2-7.

H-PHASE Adjustment

Note

This adjustment and Section 3-2-6. Centering Adjustment affect each other, so carry out these adjustments alternately several times until the specification for each adjustment is satisfied.

Object:

Registration chart

Equipment:

Waveform monitor

Test point:

Viewfinder screen

Adjusting point: 1RV208/VF-81

Adjustment Procedure

1. Adjust the zoom control so that the registration chart frame touches the underscanned picture frame on the monitor.

Monitor screen (underscanned)

picture frame on the monitor. Monitor screen (underscanned) 2. Adjust the iris control so that the

2. Adjust the iris control so that the white level at VBS OUT connector on the camera is 100 ± 5 IRE (CCIR:

700 ± 30 mV).

3. Adjust 1RV208 so that the center of registration chart is centered on the viewfinder
3. Adjust 1RV208 so that the center of registration chart
is centered on the viewfinder screen.
RV200
RV204
RV206
RV210
RV208
RV211
RV205
RV207
RV209
RV111
TP111
TP112
RV102

VF-81 board (Soldering side)

BVF-55

3-2-8.

Screen Size Adjustment

Note

.

Perform this adjustment for NTSC first, and then for CCIR.

.

This adjustment and Section 3-2-9. Linearity Adjustment affect each other, so carry out these adjustments alter- nately several times until the specification for each adjustment is satisfied.

.

When a retrace line appears at the top of the screen, perform Section 3-2-10. V-Duty Adjustment (RV205) to adjust the screen to the position where the retrace line disappears.

Object:

Registration chart

Equipment:

Waveform monitor

Test point:

Viewfinder screen

Adjusting point: 1RV301/VF-82

H-SIZE

 

1RV206/VF-81

V-SIZE NTSC 4 : 3

1RV209/VF-81

V-SIZE NTSC 16 : 9

1RV210/VF-81

V-SIZE CCIR 4 : 3

1RV211/VF-81

V-SIZE CCIR 16 : 9

Adjustment Procedure

1. Adjust the zoom control so that the registration chart frame touches the underscanned picture frame on the monitor.

Monitor screen (underscanned)

picture frame on the monitor. Monitor screen (underscanned) 2. Adjust the iris control so that the

2. Adjust the iris control so that the white level at VBS OUT connector on the camera is 100 ± 5 IRE (CCIR:

700 ± 30 mV).

BVF-55

3. Adjust 1RV301, 1RV206, 1RV209, 1RV210 and 1RV211 so that the horizontal size and the vertical size of viewfinder screen meet the following specifica- tions.

Chart frame Underscanned picture frame on the monitor V H
Chart frame
Underscanned picture
frame on the monitor
V
H

4 : 3;

H = 97 ±2 mm (1RV301) V = 73 ±1.5 mm (1RV206): NTSC V =
H
= 97 ±2 mm (1RV301)
V
= 73 ±1.5 mm (1RV206): NTSC
V
= 73 ±1.5 mm (1RV210): CCIR
16 : 9;
H
= 97 ±2 mm (1RV301)
V
= 54.6 ±1 mm (1RV209): NTSC
V
= 54.6 ±1 mm (1RV211): CCIR
RV200
RV204
RV206
RV210
RV208
RV211
RV205
RV207
RV209
RV111
TP111
TP112
RV102
VF-81 board (Soldering side) RV301 RV302 L302
VF-81 board (Soldering side)
RV301
RV302
L302

VF-82 board (Soldering side)

3-5 (E)

3-2-9.

Linearity Adjustment

3-2-10. V-Duty Adjustment

Note

Note

This adjustment and step 3-2-8. Screen Size Adjustment affect each other, so carry out these adjustments alternately several times until the specification for each adjustment is satisfied.

.

When the temperature is high or low, adjustment is needed when a retrace line appears at the top of the screen for NTSC or aliasing occurs at the bottom of the screen for PAL.

 

.

This adjustment and Section 3-2-8. Screen Size (V-Size)

Object:

Registration chart

Adjustment affect each other, so be sure to check the V-

Equipment:

Waveform monitor

size specification after this adjustment.

Test point:

Viewfinder screen

Adjusting point: 1L302 (H LIN)/VF-82 1RV207 (V LIN)/VF-81

Adjustment Procedure

1. Adjust the zoom control so that the registration chart frame touches the underscanned picture frame on the monitor.

2. Adjust the iris control so that the white level at VBS OUT connector on the camera is 100 ± 5 IRE (CCIR:

700 ± 30 mV).

3. Adjust 1L302 and 1RV207 alternately so that both horizontal and vertical lattices are at
3. Adjust 1L302 and 1RV207 alternately so that both
horizontal and vertical lattices are at equal interval.
A
B
C A = B = C = D D RV200 RV204 RV206 RV210 RV208 RV211
C A = B = C = D
D
RV200
RV204
RV206
RV210
RV208
RV211
RV205
RV207
RV209
RV111
TP111
TP112
RV102

VF-81 board (Soldering side)

3-6 (E)

Equipment: Oscilloscope

Test point:

CN109-pin 1 and TP112 (GND:chassis)/

VF-81

Adjusting point: 1RV205/VF-81

Specification:

55 +5 us NTSC Standard

Adjustment Procedure

1. Connect pin 1 of CN109 to CH1, and set VOLT/DIV to 5 V.

2. Connect TP112 to CH2, and set VOLT/DIV to 2 V.

3. Set TIME/DIV to 100 us.

4. Adjust 1RV205 so that the specification is satisfied.

A B
A
B

CH-1

CN109-1PIN

Specification A: 55 +5 us : NTSC B: 190 us or less : PAL

CH-1

TP112

RV301 RV302 L302 Adjust L302 from the side.
RV301
RV302
L302
Adjust L302 from the side.

VF-82 board (Soldering side)

BVF-55

3-2-11. Brightness Adjustment

3-2-12. Focus Adjustment

Test point:

Viewfinder screen

Object:

Resolution chart

 

Equipment:

Waveform monitor

Preparation

 

Preparation

.

CONTRAST knob/Viewfinder Fully counterclockwize 3

. CONTRAST knob/Viewfinder Fully clockwize 2

.

BRIGHTNESS knob/Viewfinder (Mark at 9 oclock)

BRIGHTNESS knob/Viewfinder → “ (Mark at 9 o ’ clock) ”

Test point:

Adjusting point: 1RV111 (FOCUS)/VF-81

Viewfinder screen

Adjusting point: 1RV102/VF-81

Adjustment Procedure

. Adjust 1RV102 so that the raster is just cut off. RV200 RV204 RV206 RV210
. Adjust 1RV102 so that the raster is just cut off.
RV200
RV204
RV206
RV210
RV208
RV211
RV205
RV207
RV209
RV111
TP111
TP112
RV102

VF-81 board (Soldering side)

BVF-55

Adjustment Procedure

1. Adjust the zoom control so that the resolution chart frame touches the underscanned picture frame on the monitor.

Monitor screen (underscanned)

picture frame on the monitor. Monitor screen (underscanned) 2. Adjust the iris control so that the

2. Adjust the iris control so that the white level at VBS OUT connector on the camera is 100 ± 5 IRE (CCIR:

700 ± 30 mV).

on the camera is 100 ± 5 IRE (CCIR: 700 ± 30 mV). 100 ± 5

100 ±5 IRE (CCIR: 700 ±30 mV)

3. Adjust 1RV111 so that the picture on the viewfinder is best focused.

3-7 (E)

Section 4

Spare Parts

4-1.

Notes on Repair Parts

1. Safety Related Components Warning

w

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.

4-1.
4-1.
date will be delayed. 4. Harness Harnesses with no part number are not registered as spare
date will be delayed. 4. Harness Harnesses with no part number are not registered as spare
date will be delayed. 4. Harness Harnesses with no part number are not registered as spare

B3 x 14

B3 x 6

48

4

15

12

39

B3 x 6

26 K3 x 6

25

30

PRECISION P2.6 x 4

B3 x 5

W2.6

W2.6

B3 x 14

9

43

20

3 W2.6

B3 x 6

B3 x 6

54 B3 x 6

1

27

53

B3 x 6

32

B3 x 6

B3 x 6

B3 x 6

2 x 2.5 (FLAT) ST

B3 x 6

57

6

42

10

B3 x 4

Overall Block

4-2.

Exploded View

SUPPLIED ACCESSORY BOLT, 11 HEXAGON PRECISION 36 K3 x 6 SOCKET PRECISION P2 x 3
SUPPLIED ACCESSORY
BOLT,
11
HEXAGON
PRECISION
36
K3 x 6
SOCKET
PRECISION
P2 x 3
P2
x 3
B3 x 6
9
51
5
x
8
35
37
A
A
B3
x
10
47
LW3
23
B3 x 6
13
38
W4
31
40
B4 x 8
52
28
B3 x 6
55
40
29
2
34
SUPPLIED ACCESSORY
56 N3 LW3 B3 x 25 44 N4 42 22 B3 x 6 PWH3 x
56
N3
LW3
B3 x 25
44
N4
42
22
B3 x 6
PWH3 x 8
24
32
BVTP2.6 x 5
P4 x 12
7
5
PWH3 x 8
21
18
17
21
B3 x 8
41
BVTP2.6 x 5
8
46
49
19
W2.6
32
33
SET-SCREW, HEX
2 x 2.5 (FLAT) ST
B3 x 8
14
32
50
B3 x 4
46
SET-SCREW, HEX
49
50
16
B3 x 12
2 x 2.5 (FLAT) ST
49
SET-SCREW, HEX
45

WASHER(3.5X12) M4X8 (WP) (STEEL) (STEEL) ST

ST

(ADC)

CARBON 2K (STEEL)

(STEEL)

2X2.5(FLAT)

(2.6X0.3)

SCREW +B4X8 SOCKET 5X8

+P +P2.6X4

3) 2X3

(DIA VAR, MOUNTING 18)(PLATE)

2SK2012

3 (TYPE

SCREW,PRECISION

SCREW,PRECISION

4-301-647-37 s s s NUT(M6),CONTROL

NUT M4 +PTP2.6X5

LW PLASTIC

SET-SCREW,HEX

7-627-556-38 s s s s s SET-SCREW,HEX

SPACER BRACKET

SCREW +PWH3X8

7-682-561-09 s s BOLT,HEXAGON

+B3X25

SCREW +B3X10

+B 3X8

3X6

SCREW +B +B3X5 3X6

SCREW +B3X14

SCREW +K +P4X12 +B3X4

+B3X12

TYPE2

SP Description

TYPE (4) 1 B

KNOB VOLUME

PAN

4-855-006-12 s s TRANSISTOR

(B),

RESISTOR,

LW3, TYPE

SPACER

WASHER

WASHER

WASHER

1-238-505-11 o o s SPRING

SCREW

7-682-545-09 s s s SCREW

7-682-546-04 s s SCREW

7-682-548-09 s s SCREW

7-682-550-09 s s SCREW

7-684-024-04 s s SCREW

3-167-506-02 s o POWER

7-682-554-04 s s SCREW

WEDGE

3-722-486-11 s s NUT,

7-623-422-07 s s s N3,

6-551-373-01

7-623-923-11

7-682-163-01

3-701-512-01

7-682-551-09

4-027-627-01

3-709-233-01

3-685-104-01

3-720-962-01

7-685-532-19

7-682-903-21

7-623-422-07

7-627-553-38

7-621-731-08

7-683-434-04

7-682-247-04

7-682-547-04

7-682-549-04

7-684-023-04

3-742-015-02

7-688-004-02

Part No.

Screws/Washers

No.

50 52 51

48 49

47 46

57

55 56

53 54

BOARD, CN-2742

(RBR)

(RBR)

(ST)

(PLA)

(COPPER)

(PETP)

BOARD, LE-305

LE-304

BOARD, LE-303

A-1114-127-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, PS-703

RUBBER TUBE, B/W(5 INCH)

VF-81

A-1114-137-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VF-85

VF-82

1-241-624-11 s RESISTOR, VAR, CARBON 50K 1-451-585-11 s DEFLECTION YORK, W/B(5 INCH)

1-554-924-11 s SWITCH,TOGGLE(SHORT TOGGLE)

(POM)

RESISTOR, ADJ. 10K 5K

CIRCUIT BOARD,

CIRCUIT BOARD,

CIRCUIT BOARD,

FRICTION LAMP

1-223-165-31 s s RESISTOR,VAR,CARBON

LEVER

BINDING

LEVER CRT

TILT

A-7612-405-B s SHOE ASSY, V EDGE

(1), CORK

ASSY,TALLY

ASSY, TILT

MOUNTED CIRCUIT

MOUNTED CIRCUIT

MOUNTED CIRCUIT

SPACER, RUBBER

MASK, SILICON

3-167-514-01 o KNOB, STOPPER

WASHER,THRUST

BASE, RELEASE

3-167-487-01 o SPRING, PLATE

RUBBER, LOCK BAND,

NUT (M4) BLIND

HOLDER,CABLE

SPACER LOCK,

CATHODE-RAY

SP Description

X-3608-216-2 s VR BOX ASSY

SCREW (M4),

3-171-209-01 o o SPACER,PAN

ASSY

BEZEL ASSY

COVER ASSY,

(4)

(2)

SPACER (4)

PAN

TABLE ASSY

CRT

WS

A-1114-129-A s s MOUNTED

A-1114-138-A s s MOUNTED

A-1114-135-A s s MOUNTED

SPACER

3-167-486-02 o s o SPACER

3-167-484-01 o s SCREW,

3-664-519-01 s o SCREW,

3-680-616-15 o o s LABEL,

X-3605-459-2 s s COVER

3-167-504-03 o o KNOB,

1-546-088-11 s s RING,

3-167-493-01 s s TUBE,

3-167-480-11 o o TILT

A-7612-403-A o o HOOD

X-3168-356-2 o s KNOB

3-169-580-02 s s LID

A-7612-404-A

A-1114-132-A

A-1114-139-A

A-1114-136-A

X-3165-595-1

3-167-513-01

3-167-482-01

1-238-506-11

3-678-684-01

3-146-316-21

3-167-490-01

3-673-018-11

X-3605-461-2

3-167-481-02

3-167-486-12

3-681-884-02

3-168-706-02

3-167-485-03

4-027-640-03

Part No.

!

!

No.

1 2

11 12

20 21

31 32

8 10 9

40 41

18 19

27 29 28

38 39

6 7

16 17

36 37

5

15

25 26

35

45

30

3 4

13 14

23 24

33 34

42 44 43

22

Overall Block

4-3.

Electrical Parts List

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VF-81 BOARD

VF-82 BOARD

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Ref. No. or Q’ty Part No.

SP Description

Ref. No. or Q’ty Part No.

SP Description

1pc

A-1114-135-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VF-81

1pc

A-1114-129-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VF-82

D101

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO

C311 ! 1-162-965-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1500PF/50V B

D103

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO

C312 ! 1-100-597-91 s CAPACITOR,CHIP 0.1MF B 1608

D104

8-719-052-18 s DIODE RLS245TE-11

D105

8-719-052-18 s DIODE RLS245TE-11

D301

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO

D106

8-719-070-38 s DIODE ESJA57-04AT

D302

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO

 

D303

8-719-074-79 s DIODE YG911S2R

D112

8-719-052-18 s DIODE RLS245TE-11

D201

D204

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO 8-719-059-51 s DIODE MA3J142E0LSO

D304

D305

8-719-948-45 s DIODE ERA22-08 8-719-036-65 s DIODE RD2.0SB-T1

D205

8-719-158-39 s DIODE RD10SB

D306

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO

DL101

1-406-729-21 s DELAY LINE, LC (120NS)

IC301

8-759-095-59 s IC M5237ML-TP1

F101 ! 1-532-825-11 s USE,GLASS 2A/250V (20MM)

IC302

8-759-824-98 s IC BA15218F-E2

 

8-759-366-35 s IC TC4W66F (TE12R)

Q301

6-551-373-01 s TRANSISTOR 2SK2012

IC102

IC202

IC203

8-759-523-04 s IC TC74HC4538AFT 8-759-708-05 s IC NJM78L05A

Q305

Q306

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R 8-729-026-52 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A-T106-R

IC204

8-759-987-27 s IC LM1881M

IC207

8-759-242-76 s IC TC7W08F

R311 ! 1-218-866-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 6.2K 1/10W(1608)

IC208

8-759-523-04 s IC TC74HC4538AFT

R312 ! 1-218-875-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 15K 1/10W (1608)

IC209

IC210

8-759-209-90 s IC TC4S71F 8-759-209-90 s IC TC4S71F

RV301

RV302 ! 1-237-035-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 5K

1-237-034-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 2K

IC212

8-759-242-74 s IC TC7W04F

IC214

8-759-561-46 s IC AD8014ART-REEL7

IC405

8-759-242-76 s IC TC7W08F

-----------

IC407

8-759-242-74 s IC TC7W04F

VF-85 BOARD

 

-----------

Q101

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Ref. No.

SP Description

Q102

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

or Q’ty Part No.

Q103

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q106

8-729-117-73 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4178-F14

1pc

A-1114-137-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, VF-85

Q107

8-729-117-73 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4178-F14

Q108

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q109

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

------------

Q110

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

PS-703 BOARD

------------

Q113

8-729-924-99 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3722K-E

Q201

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Ref. No.

SP Description

Q204

8-729-420-74 s TRANSISTOR 2SD1328-RST

or Q’ty Part No.

Q206

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

1pc

A-1114-127-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, PS-703

Q208

8-729-422-12 s FET 2SK664

Q209

8-729-422-12 s FET 2SK664

D501

D502

8-719-945-59 s DIODE DSA3A4

Q210

8-729-422-12 s FET 2SK664

8-719-981-00 s DIODE ERC81-004

Q211

8-729-422-12 s FET 2SK664

Q402

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

IC501

8-759-144-88 s IC UPC494GS

Q403

8-729-105-19 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3518L

Q404

Q405

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R 8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

Q501

Q502

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R 8-729-026-52 s TRANSISTOR 2SA1576A-T106-R

Q407

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

RV501

1-237-032-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 500

Q408

8-729-905-35 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4081-R

RV102

1-237-039-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 100K

RV200

1-237-035-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 5K

RV204

1-237-039-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 100K

RV205

1-237-035-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 5K

RV206

1-237-032-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 500

RV207

1-237-032-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 500

RV208

1-237-035-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 5K

RV209

1-237-032-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 500

RV210

1-237-032-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 500

RV211

1-237-032-11 s RESISTOR,ADJ,CERMET 500

SG101

1-519-422-11 s GAP,SPARK

SG102

1-519-422-11 s GAP,SPARK

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CN-2742 BOARD

PACKING MATERIALS & SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES

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----------------------------------------

Ref. No. or Qty Part No.

SP Description

Ref. No. or Qty Part No.

SP Description

1pc

A-1114-136-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CN-2742

1pc

A-7612-404-A o HOOD ASSY

 

1pc

A-7612-405-A s SHOE ASSY, V EDGE

D801

8-719-059-52 s DIODE MA3J14300LSO

1pc

! 1-532-825-11 s FUSE,GLASS 2A/250V (20MM)

 

1pc

1-829-177-11 s CORD, CONNECTION (VF20P-12P)

IC809

8-759-140-85 s IC UPC1093J

1pc

3-167-517-01 s PLATE, NUMBER (PC)

Q801

8-729-105-19 s TRANSISTOR 2SC3518L

1pc

3-866-521-04 s MANUAL, OPERATION

 

4pcs

7-682-561-09 s SCREW +B4X8

4pcs

7-683-421-04 o BOLT,HEXAGON-SOCKET 4X12

1pc

7-721-140-60 s L-SHAPED HEX. WRENCH (3.0MM)

 

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LE-303 BOARD

 
 

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Ref. No. or Qty Part No.

SP Description

 

1pc

A-1114-132-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LE-303

D606

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D607

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D608

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D609

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D610

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D611

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D612

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

D613

6-500-914-01 s DIODE UR5365S

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LE-304 BOARD

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Ref. No. or Qty Part No.

SP Description

1pc

A-1114-138-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LE-304

D605

6-501-093-01 s DIODE MU11-2201

D606

6-501-094-01 s DIODE MU11-5201

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LE-305 BOARD

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Ref. No. or Qty Part No.

SP Description

1pc

A-1114-139-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LE-305

D602

6-501-093-01 s DIODE MU11-2201

D603

6-501-094-01 s DIODE MU11-5201

Index

Section 5 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.

may differ from the actual type. Pin assignments and block diagrams are based on the IC

DIODE

Page or ID No.

IC

Page or ID No.

1SS119-25TD

DA001-01

AD8014ART-REEL7

AD8055ART-REEL7

DSA3A4

DA004-01

LM1881M

LM1881N

ERC81-004

DA001-01

M5237ML-TP1

M5236ML

HZ12B2L

DA001-02

NJM78L05A

UA78L05AWC

HZ12C2L

DA001-02

 

TA78L005AP

UA78L05AWC

MA3J142E0LSO

DC001-03

TC4S71F

TC7S32F

MA3J14300LSO

DC001-01

TC74HC4538AFT(EL)

MC74HC4538N

 

TC74HC4538AFT

MC74HC4538N

RD10SB

DC008-04

TC7W04F

TC7W04F

RD2.0SB-T1

DC008-04

TC7W08F(TE12R)

TC7W08F

RLS245TE-11

DC006-01

TC7W08F

TC7W08F

 

UPC1093J

TL431CLP

LED

Page or ID No.

UPC494GS

TL494CN

UR5365S

LR001-01

TRANSISTOR

Page or ID No.

2SA1162-G

TC001-01

2SA1576A-T106-R

TC001-01

2SC3518L

TR031-01

2SC4081-R

TC001-02

2SC4081T106R

TC001-02

2SC4178-F14

TC001-02

2SC4178-T1F14

TC001-02

2SD1328-RST

TC001-02

2SD1328-RST-TX

TC001-02

2SK664

TC001-08

Section 6 Block Diagram

Overall

Overall

Overall
Overall

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Section 7 Schematic Diagrams

VF-85 LE-303 VF-82 LE-304 LE-305 VF-81 CN-2742
VF-85
LE-303
VF-82
LE-304
LE-305
VF-81
CN-2742

PS-703

7-1

7-1

BCDEFGH

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

VF-81 VF-81 VIDEO OUT G1 CATHODE GND HEATER NC G2 NC FOCUS ! 12V 9.5V
VF-81
VF-81
VIDEO OUT
G1
CATHODE
GND
HEATER
NC
G2
NC
FOCUS
!
12V
9.5V
E
!
!
V.DY1
V.DY2
470
16V
PEAKING SW
EXT DC
REC TAL IND
NC
NC
VF
VIDEO
EXT DC
16:9 ON
G
TALLY IN
NTSC/CCIR
VF
VIDEO (G)
EXT DC GND
DIM IN
DIM OUT
NC
NC
EXT DC GND
NC
NC
VF-81
NC
7-2
7-2
BVF-55
AB
C
D
E
F
G
H

CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703, VF-82, VF-85, VR-BOX

CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703, VF-82, VF-85, VR-BOX

9.5V E 12V 9.5V E CONT1 CONT2 CONT3 BRT1 BRT2 BRT3 PEAK1 PEAK2 PEAK3 PEAKING
9.5V
E
12V
9.5V
E
CONT1
CONT2
CONT3
BRT1
BRT2
BRT3
PEAK1
PEAK2
PEAK3
PEAKING
EXT DC
REC TAL IND
NC
NC
VIDEO IN
NC
EXT DC
VIDEO
16:9
GND
G-TAL
R-TAL
NTSC/CCIR
NC
VF VIDEO (G)
+12V
EXT DC GND
16:9
DIM IN
+9.5
DIM OUT
PEAK
NC
NC
NC
NTSC/CCIR
EXT DC GND
G-TAL
NC
NC
NC
CONT1 1 CONT2 CONT3 ! BRT1 BRT2 BRT3 PEAK1 PEAK2 PEAK3 ! ! 2 !
CONT1
1
CONT2
CONT3
!
BRT1
BRT2
BRT3
PEAK1
PEAK2
PEAK3
!
!
2
!
!
!
3
!
NC
4
!
5
CN-2742
LE-304
PS-703
VF-85
LE-303
LE-305
VF-82
VR-BOX

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7-3

7-3

BCDEFGH

1

!

H_DY

Q302

Frame Wiring

Frame Wiring

VF-82

VF-85

VF-85
PS-703 2 ! V-DY ! 3 VF-CABLE VR-BOX CN-2742 4 CRT SOCKET VF-81 5 VR-BOX
PS-703
2
!
V-DY
!
3
VF-CABLE
VR-BOX
CN-2742
4
CRT SOCKET
VF-81
5
VR-BOX
LE-304
LE-305
LE-303
Frame Wiring
7-4
7-4
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C
D
E
F
G
H
Section 8 Board Layouts
Section 8
Board Layouts

CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703

CN-2742 -A SIDE-

CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703 CN-2742 -A SIDE- CN-2742 -B SIDE- LE-303 -A SIDE- LE-303 -B

CN-2742 -B SIDE-

LE-304, LE-305, PS-703 CN-2742 -A SIDE- CN-2742 -B SIDE- LE-303 -A SIDE- LE-303 -B SIDE- CN-2742,

LE-303 -A SIDE-

LE-303 -B SIDE-

CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703

LE-303 -B SIDE- CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703 LE-304 -A SIDE- LE-304 -B SIDE- LE-305 -A

LE-304 -A SIDE-

CN-2742, LE-303, LE-304, LE-305, PS-703 LE-304 -A SIDE- LE-304 -B SIDE- LE-305 -A SIDE- PS-703 -A

LE-304 -B SIDE-

LE-304, LE-305, PS-703 LE-304 -A SIDE- LE-304 -B SIDE- LE-305 -A SIDE- PS-703 -A SIDE- LE-305

LE-305 -A SIDE-

PS-703 LE-304 -A SIDE- LE-304 -B SIDE- LE-305 -A SIDE- PS-703 -A SIDE- LE-305 -B SIDE-
PS-703 LE-304 -A SIDE- LE-304 -B SIDE- LE-305 -A SIDE- PS-703 -A SIDE- LE-305 -B SIDE-

PS-703 -A SIDE-

LE-305 -B SIDE-

PS-703 -B SIDE-
PS-703 -B SIDE-

VF-82 -A SIDE-

VF-81, VF-82, VF-85

VF-81 -A SIDE-

VF-82 -B SIDE-

VF-81, VF-82, VF-85

VF-85 -A SIDE-

VF-81 -B SIDE-

VF-85 -B SIDE-

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