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DATA PROJECTOR

VPL-DX270
VPL-DX240
VPL-DX220
VPL-DW240
REMOTE COMMANDER
RM-PJ8
RM-PJ8CN

SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition
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! 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.

警告

万一,異常が起きた際に,お客様が電源を切ることが
できるように,設置の際には,機器近くの固定配線内
に専用遮断装置を設けるか,機器使用中に,容易に抜
き差しできるコンセントに電源プラグを接続してくだ
さい。

WARNING
When installing the unit, incorporate a readily accessible
disconnect device in the fixed wiring, or connect the
power cord to a socket-outlet which must be provided
near the unit and easily accessible, so that the user can
turn off the power in case a fault should occur.

WARNUNG
Beim Einbau des Geräts ist daher im Festkabel
ein leicht zugänglicher Unterbrecher einzufügen,
oder das Netzkabel muß mit einer in der Nähe
des Geräts befindlichen, leicht zugänglichen For kundene i Norge
Wandsteckdose verbunden werden, damit sich bei
einer Funktionsstörung die Stromversorgung zum Gerät Dette utstyret kan kobles til et IT-strømfordelingssystem.
jederzeit unterbrechen läßt.

VPL-DX220
注意 FÖRSIKTIGHET!

指定以外の電池に交換すると,破裂する危険があり Fara för explosion vid felaktigt placerat batteri.


ます。 Byt endast mot samma eller likvärdig typ av batteri,
必ず指定の電池に交換してください。 enligt tillverkarens rekommendationer.
使用済みの電池は,国または地域の法令に従って När du kasserar batteriet ska du följa rådande lagar
処理してください。 för regionen eller landet.

CAUTION
PAS PÅ
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Fare for eksplosion, hvis batteriet ikke udskiftes
Replace only with the same or equivalent type rec-
korrekt.
ommended by the manufacturer.
Udskift kun med et batteri af samme eller tilsvarende
When you dispose of the battery, you must obey the
type, som er anbefalet af fabrikanten.
law in the relative area or country.
Når du bortskaffer batteriet, skal du følge
lovgivningen i det pågældende område eller land.

ATTENTION
HUOMIO
Il y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement incor-
rect de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec
Räjähdysvaara, jos akku vaihdetaan virheellisesti.
une batterie du même type ou d’un type équivalent
Vaihda vain samanlaiseen tai vastaavantyyppiseen,
recommandé par le constructeur.
valmistajan suosittelemaan akkuun.
Lorsque vous mettez la batterie au rebut, vous devez
Noudata akun hävittämisessä oman maasi tai
respecter la législation en vigueur dans le pays ou la
alueesi lakeja.
région où vous vous trouvez.

FORSIKTIG
VORSICHT
Eksplosjonsfare hvis feil type batteri settes i.
Explosionsgefahr bei Verwendung falscher Batterien. Bytt ut kun med samme type eller tilsvarende
Batterien nur durch den vom Hersteller empfohlenen anbefalt av produsenten.
oder einen gleichwertigen Typ ersetzen. Kasser batteriet i henhold til gjeldende avfallsregler.
Wenn Sie die Batterie entsorgen, müssen Sie die
Gesetze der jeweiligen Region und des jeweiligen
Landes befolgen.
注意

如果更换的电池不正确,就会有爆炸的危险。
只更换同一类型或制造商推荐的电池型号。
处理电池时,必须遵守相关地区或国家的法律。

VPL-DX220 1 (P)
Table of Contents

Manual Structure 2. Adjustments

Purpose of this manual ............................................................ 3 (E) 2-1. Preparation ................................................................2-1 (E)


Related manuals ...................................................................... 3 (E) 2-1-1. Required Equipment ........................................2-1 (E)
2-1-2. How to Enter the Service Mode.......................2-1 (E)
2-2. Polarizer Adjustment .................................................2-2 (E)
1. Service Overview 2-3. Adjustment of Main Board When it is Replaced ......2-3 (E)
2-3-1. Save the Optical Data and Replacement ..........2-3 (E)
1-1. Appearance Figure/Board Location/ 2-4. EEPROM Replacement .............................................2-3 (E)
Main Parts Location ..................................................1-1 (E) 2-5. ADC Calibration ......................................................2-4 (E)
1-2. Tightening Torque .....................................................1-3 (E) 2-5-1. RGB Adjustment ..............................................2-4 (E)
1-3. Disassembly ..............................................................1-4 (E) 2-5-2. YUV Adjustment .............................................2-5 (E)
1-3-1. Upper Case Assembly ......................................1-4 (E) 2-6. V COM Adjustment ..................................................2-6 (E)
1-3-2. Main Board ......................................................1-5 (E) 2-7. White Balance Adjustment ........................................2-7 (E)
1-3-3. Rear Case Assembly ........................................1-6 (E) 2-7-1. HIGH Mode of PC ...........................................2-7 (E)
1-3-4. Lamp Assembly ...............................................1-7 (E) 2-7-2. MIDDLE Mode of PC .....................................2-8 (E)
1-3-5. Power Unit (Ballast) ........................................1-8 (E) 2-7-3. MIDDLE 2 Mode of PC ..................................2-8 (E)
1-3-6. Power Board ....................................................1-9 (E) 2-7-4. LOW Mode of PC ............................................2-9 (E)
1-3-7. Thermal Sensor Board ...................................1-10 (E) 2-8. Others ......................................................................2-10 (E)
1-3-8. IR Sensor Board ............................................. 1-11 (E) 2-8-1. Status Information..........................................2-10 (E)
1-3-9. Speaker...........................................................1-12 (E) 2-8-2. ADC Calibration Value ..................................2-10 (E)
1-3-10. DC Fan (Exhaust) ..........................................1-13 (E)
2-9. Memory Structure ................................................... 2-11 (E)
1-3-11. DC Fan (Lamp) ..............................................1-14 (E)
2-10. Initial Values of Adjustment Items ..........................2-13 (E)
1-3-12. Optical Block Assembly ................................1-15 (E)
1-3-13. Lamp House Assembly ..................................1-16 (E)
1-3-14. EMI Board .....................................................1-17 (E)
3. Troubleshooting
1-3-15. DC Fan (Intake) .............................................1-18 (E)
1-3-16. Lens Assembly and Prism Block Assembly ....1-19 (E)
1-3-17. In-Polarizer Assembly (R)/(G)/(B) ................1-25 (E)
4. Spare Parts
1-3-18. Out-polarizer (R)/(G)/(B) Assembly..............1-26 (E)
1-4. Optional Fixtures .....................................................1-27 (E)
4-1. Notes on Repair Parts ...................................................... 4-1
1-4-1. Extension Boards and Extension Cables .......1-27 (E)
4-2. Exploded Views............................................................... 4-2
1-4-2. Connection .....................................................1-28 (E)
Cover Block..................................................................... 4-2
1-5. 3D Gamma Service Tool Application Software ......1-29 (E)
Lower Case Block ........................................................... 4-4
1-6. Indicator ..................................................................1-29 (E)
Optical Block (VPL-DX220) .......................................... 4-6
1-7. Circuit Description ..................................................1-30 (E)
1-7-1. Main Board ....................................................1-30 (E) Optical Block (VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270)................ 4-7
1-7-2. Sensor Board ..................................................1-31 (E) 4-3. Packing Materials & Supplied
1-7-3. Power Board ..................................................1-31 (E) Accessories ...................................................................... 4-8
1-8. Power Cord..............................................................1-31 (E)
1-9. Lead-free Solder ......................................................1-31 (E)

VPL-DX220 1 (E)
5. Diagrams

5-1. Block Diagrams ............................................................... 5-1


Overall ............................................................................. 5-1
5-2. Frame Wiring................................................................... 5-2
Frame Wiring................................................................... 5-2

Revision History

2 (E) VPL-DX220
Manual Structure

Purpose of this manual


This manual is the Service Manual of the Data Projector VPL-DX220/DX240/
DX270/DW240.
This manual contains the service overview, adjustments, troubleshooting, spare
parts, block diagrams, and frame wiring.

The service of this unit is basically performed by the replacement of board.


Therefore, the schematic diagram, board layout and electrical parts list are not
contained.

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

. Operating Instructions CD-ROM (Supplied with unit)


This manual is necessary for application and operation of this unit.

VPL-DX220 3 (E)
Section 1
Service Overview

1-1. Appearance Figure/Board Location/Main Parts Location

Appearance figure

RM-PJ8 (For SY)


RM-PJ8CN (For CN)

Board location
Power unit
(ballast)
Main board

Power board
Thermal sensor board
(external)

EMI board

IR sensor board

VPL-DX220 1-1 (E)


Main parts location
DC fans (exhaust)

DC fan (lamp)

Speaker

DC fans (intake)

1-2 (E) VPL-DX220


1-2. Tightening Torque

. The screw (PSW3 x 8) of this unit has two type of the tighten torque. Be careful not to confuse.
. The screw (PWH3 x 8) of this unit has two type of the tighten torque. Be careful not to confuse.

Tighten the each screw with the torque below.


. B2 x 5: 0.19 ?0.03 N.m (1.93 ?0.30 kgf.cm)
. BVTP3 x 8: 0.65 ?0.05 N.m (6.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PSW3 x 8 (C board): 0.65 ?0.05 N.m (6.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PSW3 x 8 (speaker sheet): 0.50 ?0.05 N.m (5.00 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. KTP2 x 5: 0.16 ?0.03 N.m (1.63 ?0.30 kgf.cm)
. P3 x 6: 0.30 ?0.05 N.m (3.00 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. P3 x 8: 0.50 ?0.05 N.m (5.00 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PS4 x 6: 0.65 ?0.05 N.m (6.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PSW3 x 6: 0.30 ?0.05 N.m (3.00 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PSW3 x 10: 0.55 ?0.05 N.m (5.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PWH3 x 8 (for excluding speaker): 0.65 ?0.05 N.m (6.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PWH3 x 8 (for speaker): 0.50 ?0.05 N.m (5.00 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. PWH3 x 10: 0.65 ?0.05 N.m (6.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. Hexagonal screw: 0.50 ?0.05 N.m (5.00 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. Screw with stopper: 0.65 ?0.05 N.m (6.50 ?0.50 kgf.cm)
. Tapping screw (P2): 0.18 ?0.01 N.m (1.80 ?0.10 kgf.cm) (For VPL-DX220)

When using the torque driver with the notation of cN.m, interpret it as follows.
Example: 0.8 N.m = 80 cN.m

VPL-DX220 1-3 (E)


1-3. Disassembly

n
. Remove the parts in the order of numbers shown in the figure, in this section.
. To assemble, reverse the removal procedure.

1-3-1. Upper Case Assembly


Bottom side 2 Five screws (BVTP3 ) 8)

1 Filter cover

6 Loosen the screw with stopper.

7 Lamp door

5 Upper case assembly

4 Five hooks

Hook

3 Four hooks

1-4 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-2. Main Board

. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)

1 Nine harnesses, three flexible flat cables

J20

J23

J6

2 Screw
8 Main board
(BVTP3 ) 8)
J18
J22 J16 J17 J25
J5 J1 J24 J2
3 Light interception sheet

5 Screw
(BVTP3 ) 8)

4 Two screws
(PSW3 ) 8)

8 Main board

6 Two hexagonal screws

7 Two screws
(P3 ) 6)
(For VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270)
Screw
(P3 ) 6)
(For VPL-DX220)

VPL-DX220 1-5 (E)


1-3-3. Rear Case Assembly

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)

(For VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270)

2 Rear case assembly

(For VPL-DX220) 1 Three screws


(BVTP3 ) 8)

2 Rear case assembly

1 Three screws
(BVTP3 ) 8)

1-6 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-4. Lamp Assembly

3 Loosen the three screws with stopper.

4 Lamp assembly

1 Loosen the screw with stopper.

Lamp connector
2 Lamp door

VPL-DX220 1-7 (E)


1-3-5. Power Unit (Ballast)

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)

2 Three harnesses

3 Three screws
1 Remove the harness from the slit.
(BVTP3 ) 8)
X3

Connector

X1 5 Power unit (ballast)

4 Ballast insulation sheet

1-8 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-6. Power Board

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the power unit (ballast). (Refer to Section 1-3-5.)

2 Four screws 1 Three harnesses

3 Screw (BVTP3 ) 8)
(BVTP3 ) 8)

4 Ground wire

5 Power board

CN601

CN701
CN605

VPL-DX220 1-9 (E)


1-3-7. Thermal Sensor Board

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the rear panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-3.)

1 Two screws (BVTP3 ) 8)

4 Blacket

6 Screw (BVTP3 ) 8)
3 Harness

5 Harness

J1

7 Thermal sensor board (external)

CN601

EMI board

2 Hook

1-10 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-8. IR Sensor Board

. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)

1 Hook

J1

2 Harness

3 IR sensor board

VPL-DX220 1-11 (E)


1-3-9. Speaker

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)

1 Two screws
(PWH3 ) 8)

2 Speaker

1-12 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-10. DC Fan (Exhaust)

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the power unit (ballast). (Refer to Section 1-3-5.)
4. Remove the power board. (Refer to Section 1-3-6.)

Label side

1 DC fan

DC fan

Harness

Attach the harness by passing it through the five hooks.

VPL-DX220 1-13 (E)


1-3-11. DC Fan (Lamp)

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the rear panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-3.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)

2 Cushion
DC fan Hooks

1 DC fan

Label side

Attach the harness by


hanging it on the three hooks.

Front side

1-14 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-12. Optical Block Assembly

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the rear panel assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-3.)
4. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
5. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)

1 Three screws
(BVTP3 ) 8)

2 Optical block assembly

VPL-DX220 1-15 (E)


1-3-13. Lamp House Assembly

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)

3 Two screws
(BVTP3 ) 8)

5 Lamp house assembly

7 Lamp connector assembly 6 Screw (PWH3 ) 10)

1 Screw (PWH3 ) 8)

2 Nozzle assembly

4 Hook

1-16 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-14. EMI Board

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)

1 Three screws 2 Two harnesses


(BVTP3 ) 8)

CN603

3 EMI board

CN602

Front side

Harness

EMI board
Nozzle assembly

DC fan

Power board

Harness

VPL-DX220 1-17 (E)


1-3-15. DC Fan (Intake)

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)

Top side Three harnesses

6 Two screws 2 Six screws


(BVTP3 ) 8) (BVTP3 ) 8)

1 Disconnect the three harnesses from


the four hooks of the duct assembly.
Label side

3 Duct assembly
7 DC fan

5 DC fan

Label side

4 Two screws
(BVTP3 ) 8)

1-18 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-16. Lens Assembly and Prism Block Assembly

VPL-DX220
n
. When replacing the prism block assembly, perform the adjustment. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
. Focus lever and zoom lever (steps 3 to 6) are not installed in reverse procedure.
Refer to the installing procedure in next page.

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)

1 Two screws
(PSW3 ) 10)

2 Prism block assembly

8 Lens assembly

6 Zoom lever

4 Tapping screw (P2)

7 Four screws
(PSW3 ) 10)

5 Focus lever

3 Tapping screw (P2)

VPL-DX220 1-19 (E)


Installing the zoom lever and focus lever

Install with the screw of lens is in the position


as shown in the figure.

Lens assembly

Focus ring

Rotate the zoom ring to the position


as shown in the figure.

Zoom ring
Rotate the focus ring to the hole is in
the position as shown in the figure.

1-20 (E) VPL-DX220


Zoom lever

Insert the zoom lever in the direction


of the arrow until it is hooked by the Hook
three hooks.

Hooks

Fix the two levers using the two tapping screws (P2).

VPL-DX220 1-21 (E)


VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270
n
. When replacing the prism block assembly, perform the adjustment. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.)
. Focus lever and zoom lever (steps 3 to 9) are not installed in reverse procedure.
Refer to the installing procedure in next page.

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)

1 Two screws
(PSW3 ) 10)

2 Prism block assembly

!/ Lens assembly

7 Screw
(KTP2 ) 5)

8 Zoom lever

6 Screw
(KTP2 ) 5)
3 Screw
(KTP2 ) 5)

9 Four screws
(PSW3 ) 10)

5 Screw (KTP2 ) 5)

4 Focus lever

1-22 (E) VPL-DX220


Installing the zoom lever and focus lever

Install with the white marking is


in the position as shown in the figure.

Lens

Focus ring

Zoom ring

Rotate the focus ring to the hole is


in the position as shown in the figure.

VPL-DX220 1-23 (E)


Zoom lever
Fix the zoom lever using the three screws (KTP2 ) 5).

Fix the focus lever using the screw (KTP2 ) 5).

Focus lever

1-24 (E) VPL-DX220


1-3-17. In-Polarizer Assembly (R)/(G)/(B)

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)

3 Screw
5 Screw (B2 ) 5)
(B2 ) 5)
4 In-polarizer assembly (G)

1 Screw
6 In-polarizer assembly (B)
(B2 ) 5)

2 In-polarizer assembly (R)

Front side

VPL-DW240/DX220/DX270 VPL-DX240
Arrow A view Arrow A view

6 In-polarizer assembly (B) 2 In-polarizer assembly (R) 6 In-polarizer assembly (B) 2 In-polarizer assembly (R)

Front side Front side


Blue Blue

Red Red

Green 4 In-polarizer assembly (G) Green 4 In-polarizer assembly (G)

VPL-DX220 1-25 (E)


1-3-18. Out-polarizer (R)/(G)/(B) Assembly

n
The out-polarizer (R) assembly cannot be replaced because it is attached to the prism.

1. Remove the upper case assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)


2. Remove the main board. (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
3. Remove the lamp assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.)
4. Remove the bracket. (Refer to steps 1 to 4 in Section 1-3-7.)
5. Remove the optical block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-12.)
6. Remove the lens assembly and prism block assembly. (Refer to Section 1-3-16.)

Prism block assembly

Front side

2 Out-polarizer (G) assembly

3 Out-polarizer (B) assembly


1 Out-polarizer (R) assembly

Cut

VPL-DW240/DX220/DX270 VPL-DX240
Arrow A view Arrow A view

3 Out-polarizer (B) assembly 1 Out-polarizer (R) assembly 3 Out-polarizer (B) assembly 1 Out-polarizer (R) assembly
Red (Long) Front side Red (Long) Front side

Blue Blue

Green Green

2 Out-polarizer (G) assembly 2 Out-polarizer (G) assembly

1-26 (E) VPL-DX220


1-4. Optional Fixtures

1-4-1. Extension Boards and Extension Cables

Polarizer Adjustment Kit (A-2128-624-A)

X board

A HM connector assembly 3P )4 C HR connector assembly 5P )2

B HR connector assembly 4P )2

VPL-DX220 1-27 (E)


1-4-2. Connection

A Main board A HM connector assembly 3P )4


B HR connector assembly 4P )2
C HR connector assembly 5P )2
A

C
B
A
B

X board
Paper

Main board (side B) X board (side B)

J202
J20 J201

J232
J23 J231

J6 J061
J062

J222
J22 J221 J242 J252 J022
J241 J251 J021
J5 J2
J1 J22 J5 J052
J24

1-28 (E) VPL-DX220


1-5. 3D Gamma Service Tool Application Software

Feature:
The Gamma Service Tool is the application software for performing the tasks such as reading out and
writing of the 3D Gamma data on the projector that is connected to a PC via a communication function.
The Gamma Service Tool has the following features.

. It can read 3D Gamma data from a set and save it in a file.


. It can write 3D Gamma data in a PC into a set.

1-6. Indicator

The error status of this unit is indicated by the type of flashing of indicator. The upper case assembly has
the WARNING indicator and the ON/STANDBY indicator. Various error contents are indicated by the
type of flashing of indicator. The types of indicator flashing and the error statuses are indicated below.

WARNING ON/STANDBY
indicator indicator

Error name Indicator Flash Status Remedy


WARNING ON/STANDBY
Cover error Blinks in red Lights in red 2 times The lamp cover is opened. Page 3-2
Lamp error 3 times The lamp is not lighted normally. Page 3-2
Temperature error Red blink (blink simultaneously) 2 times The temperature inside of this unit Page 3-2
exceeds the allowable range.

VPL-DX220 1-29 (E)


1-7. Circuit Description

1-7-1. Main Board

Video input block


The composite video signal from the VIDEO connector is sent directly to the video processor, and con-
verted to the digital data by the built-in AD converter of the video processor.

PC input block
The signal from Input A is input to the video processor. At the video processor, the signal is converted to
the digital data by the built-in AD converter.
To Input A, PC signals, component signals, and video GBR signals can be input.

HDMI input block (VPL-DX240/DX270/DW240 only)


The signal from HDMI is input to the video processor.
To HDMI, PC signals, component signals, and video GBR signals can be input.

Video processor & System control block


This IC performs pixel number conversion, aspect conversion, and OSD addition to the input signals. This
IC also controls brightness, sharpness, chroma, and hue.
In addition, the built-in CPU controls the system.
Control target: Control panel, OSD display, lamp cover switch, LED control, and serial control

LCD timing generator block


This IC generates the timing for driving the LCD panel. This uses the method that inverts the driving
direction for each frame. In addition to timing generation, this IC performs white balance adjustment,
gamma adjustment, and color shading adjustment.

LCD driver block


This drives the LCD panel in a 12-phase drive method at the timing generated by the timing generator IC.
The GBR and the circuit for three channels are equipped.

FAN control, thermal sensor block


The IC with the built-in FAN control and thermal sensor function is used.
. FAN control
This detects the FG of the FAN, and controls the number of rotations. The number of rotations is set in
accordance with the internal temperature.
. Thermal sensor
The thermal sensor is placed at the lower part of the main board, and the internal temperature is mea-
sured.

Ballast drive block


This drives the ballast in synchronization with the input signal. The synchronous circuit is formed by the
micro controller.
Ballast is driven in synchronization with the frequency 2 times higher than that of the input signal.

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1-7-2. Sensor Board

The sensor boards include the thermal sensor board and IR sensor/indicator board.

1-7-3. Power Board

This supplies the lamp power and the system power. For the system power, +15.25 V, +12 V, and +3.3 V
are output, and the circuit power is generated on the main board.

1-8. Power Cord

To get a power cord, please contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.

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. Use the approved Power Cord (3-core mains lead)/Appliance Connector/Plug with earthing-contacts
that conforms to the safety regulations of each country if applicable.
. Use the Power Cord (3-core mains lead)/Appliance Connector/Plug conforming to the proper ratings
(Voltage, Ampere).
. Never use an injured power cord.

1-9. Lead-free Solder

All boards mounted in this unit use lead-free solder. Be sure to use lead-free solder when repairing the
boards of this unit. A lead free mark (LF) indicating that the solder contains no lead is printed on each
board.
(Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular
size.)

: LEAD FREE MARK

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. The lead-free solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is
recommended 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.

VPL-DX220 1-31 (E)


Section 2
Adjustments

2-1. Preparation

2-1-1. Required Equipment

. NTSC, PAL, SECAM component signal generator:


Tektronix TG2000 + AVG1 (option module) + AWVG1 (option module) or equivalent
. VG (programmable video signal generator):
ASTRODESIGN VG-870B or equivalent
. Video pattern generator: Chroma 22293 or equivalent
. Chroma meter KONICA MINOLTA CL-200 or equivalent

2-1-2. How to Enter the Service Mode

1. Turn on the power of the projector.


2. Push the keys on the remote controller or controller panel as below.
In order of [ENTER] → [ENTER] → [&] → [ENTER] key
3. Service mode menu will appear on the screen.

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. Service mode cannot be entered while the menu is displayed.
. If the service mode cannot be entered by above procedure, press the [MENU] key twice (Display the
menu once and close it). After that, perform step 2 again.

How to exit the service mode


Pressing any key other than the [ENTER] key or the arrow key on the remote controller or controller
panel exits the service mode.

VPL-DX220 2-1 (E)


2-2. Polarizer Adjustment

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. Perform this adjustment in a dark place.
. Be sure to adjust the in-polarizer assembly in the order of (G), (R) and (B).
. Perform this adjustment when removing any one of the in-polarizer assembly (R)/(G)/(B).

1. Remove the following parts in the following order.


Upper case assembly (Refer to Section 1-3-1.)  Main board (Refer to Section 1-3-2.)
2. Connect the extension board and extension cables as shown in the figure.
3. Connect the power cord.
4. Turn on the power and project the image on the screen.
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Perform this without the input signal.
5. Set the status to “OFF” and the background to “Black” in the menu.
6. Loosen the screw of the in-polarizer assembly (G).
7. Move the polarization panel holder from side to side, and then tighten the screw at the position where
the image on the screen becomes the darkest.
8. Loosen the screw of the in-polarizer assembly (R), then perform step 7.
9. Loosen the screw of the in-polarizer assembly (B), then perform step 7.
10. Set the status to “ON” and the background to “Blue” in the menu.
11. Turn off the power.

Screw (B2 ) 5)
Screw (B2 ) 5)
In-polarizer
In-polarizer assembly (G)
assembly (B)
In-polarizer
assembly (R)
Screw (B2 ) 5)

12. Assemble the unit in the reverse order of steps 1 and 2.

2-2 (E) VPL-DX220


2-3. Adjustment of Main Board When it is Replaced

2-3-1. Save the Optical Data and Replacement

1. Try to read the optical data from the faulty unit using the 3D Gamma Service tool. If succeeded in
reading, perform the V COM Adjustment. (Refer to “2-6. V COM Adjustment”.)
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Regarding how to obtain and use the 3D Gamma Service tool, contact your local Sony Sales Office/
Service Center.
2. If the optical data could not be read from the faulty unit in step 1, remove the IC (EEPROM) from the
faulty board and replace the IC (EEPROM) of the new board with the removed one.
(Refer to “2-4. EEPROM Replacement”.)
System EEPROM: U18
Gamma EEPROM: U20
3. Execute the RGB and YUV calibration. (Refer to “2-5. ADC Calibration”.)

2-4. EEPROM Replacement

The data stored in EEPROM is as follows.

System EEPROM (512k bits) (U27)


. V COM setting
. Color temperature
. RGB gain and offset for PC
. YUV gain and offset for YPbPr
. OSD setting
. 3D gamma
. Panel gamma

U27

Main boad (Component side)

VPL-DX220 2-3 (E)


2-5. ADC Calibration

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Perform the adjustments in Sections 2-5-1 and 2-5-2 continuously.

2-5-1. RGB Adjustment

1. Turn on the power of this unit.


2. Connect the video pattern generator to the INPUT A connector of this unit using the D-sub cable.
2. Input the following signal from the signal generator to the INPUT A connector.
. Signal classification: 1024 x 768 : 60 Hz
. Pattern: 16 gray pattern
If the pattern shown in Fig. 1 is not available, the pattern shown in Fig. 3 can be used for the adjust-
ment. Use the signal shown in Fig. 2 to run APA (Auto Pixcel Alignment). Then, input the signal
shown in Fig. 3.

Fig.1 Fig.2 Fig.3

4. Press [*] key to execute calibration.


When calibration is executed, the screen brightness changes for approx. 5 seconds. After that, the
screen brightness, the RGB Offset data, and the RGB Gain data change to the corrected value.
<< ADC calibration >>

RGB Calibrate << or >>


YUV Calibrate << or >>
RGB Offset 0 0 0
RGB Gain 362 335 354
YUV Offset 511 511 511
YUV Gain 511 511 511
R Offset 0
G Offset 0
B Offset 0
R Gain 362
G Gain 335
B Gain 354

5. Turn off the power of this unit.

2-4 (E) VPL-DX220


2-5-2. YUV Adjustment

1. Turn on the power of this unit.


2. Enter the service mode and select “ADC calibration”.
3. Input the following signal from the signal generator to the INPUT A connector.
Signal classification: 480P
Pattern: SMPTE color bar

4. Press [*] key to execute calibration.


When calibration is executed, the screen brightness changes for approx. 5 seconds. After that, the
screen brightness, the YUV Offset data, and the YUV Gain data change to the corrected value.
<< ADC calibration >>

RGB Calibrate << or >>


YUV Calibrate << or >>
RGB Offset 0 0 0
RGB Gain 362 335 354
YUV Offset 511 511 511
YUV Gain 511 511 511
R Offset 0
G Offset 0
B Offset 0
R Gain 362
G Gain 335
B Gain 354

VPL-DX220 2-5 (E)


2-6. V COM Adjustment

. By the 3D Gamma Service tool, the V COM data is not replaced. Therefore, perform the V COM
adjustment when optical data is replaced by the 3D Gamma Service tool.
. When the EEPROM is replaced, the V COM data is inherited so that the V COM adjustment is not
necessary.
If flicker is significant on the screen, perform the V COM adjustment.

Procedure
1. Input the 100 % flat field signal to the INPUT A connector and allow the warm-up of 10 minutes
aging at a minimum.
2. Enter the service mode and select “VCOM”.
3. Input the XGA, G-single color, 80 %, flat field signal.
4. Move the cursor key until it is positioned at VCOM-G Normal.
5. Adjust the VCOM-G Normal value until flicker is reduced to minimal by [*], [&] key.
6. Change the input signal to the XGA, R-single color, 80 %, flat field signal.
7. Move the cursor key until it is positioned at VCOM-R Normal.
8. Adjust the VCOM-R Normal value until flicker is reduced to minimal by [*], [&] key.
9. Change the input signal to the XGA, B-single color, 80 %, flat field signal.
10. Move the cursor key until it is positioned at VCOM-B Normal.
11. Adjust the VCOM-B Normal value until flicker is reduced to minimal by [*], [&] key.
12. Reverse the “Image Flip” upside-down and right-to-left, and perform the above adjustment procedure
from step 2 to step 11.
<< Vcom & Misc. >>

VCOM-R Normal 152


VCOM-G Normal 143
VCOM-B Normal 126

2-6 (E) VPL-DX220


2-7. White Balance Adjustment

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Perform this adjustment when replacing any one of the prism assembly, unit assembly, optical block
assembly or in-polarizer assembly (R)/(G)/(B).

Preparation before adjustment


Input the 100 % flat field signal to the INPUT A connector and allow the warm-up of 10 minutes aging at
a minimum.

2-7-1. HIGH Mode of PC

1. Input the 80 % flat field computer signal to the INPUT-A connector.


2. Set the picture quality mode to “STANDARD”, and set color temperature to “HIGH”.
3. The target chromaticity (x, y) is (0.282, 0.299).
4. Enter the service mode and select “White Balance PC”.
5. Adjust the PC Hi Gain-R and PC Hi Gain-B until the target chromaticity (x, y) as shown is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 until the chromaticity (x ?0.002, y ?0.002) with reference to the target chromatic-
ity (x, y) is obtained.
<< White Balance1 >>

PC Hi Gain-R 503
PC Hi Gain-G 407
PC Hi Gain-B 512
PC Hi Bias-R 89
PC Hi Bias-G 30
PC Hi Bias-B 0
PC Lo Gain-R 512
PC Lo Gain-G 394
PC Lo Gain-B 445
PC Lo Bias-R 85
PC Lo Bias-G 40
PC Lo Bias-B 31

VPL-DX220 2-7 (E)


2-7-2. MIDDLE Mode of PC

1. Input the 80 % flat field computer signal to the INPUT-A connector.


2. Set the picture quality mode to “STANDARD”, and set color temperature to “MIDDLE1”.
3. The target chromaticity (x, y) is (0.294, 0.333).
4. Enter the service mode and select “White Balance PC”.
5. Adjust the PC Mid Gain-R and PC Mid Gain-B until the target chromaticity (x, y) is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 until the chromaticity (x ?0.002, y ?0.002) with reference to the target chromatic-
ity (x, y) is obtained.
<< White Balance2 >>

PC Mid Gain-R 509


PC Mid Gain-G 460
PC Mid Gain-B 512
PC Mid Bias-R 84
PC Mid Bias-G 42
PC Mid Bias-B 56
PC Mid2 Gain-R 511
PC Mid2 Gain-G 487
PC Mid2 Gain-B 512
PC Mid2 Bias-R 90
PC Mid2 Bias-G 30
PC Mid2 Bias-B 26

2-7-3. MIDDLE 2 Mode of PC

1. Input the 80 % flat field computer signal to the INPUT-A connector.


2. Set the picture quality mode to “STANDARD”, and set color temperature to “MIDDLE2”.
3. The target chromaticity (x, y) is (0.295, 0.346).
4. Enter the service mode and select “White Balance PC”.
5. Adjust the PC Mid2 Gain-R and PC Mid2 Gain-B until the target chromaticity (x, y) is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 until the chromaticity (x ?0.002, y ?0.002) with reference to the target chromatic-
ity (x, y) is obtained.
<< White Balance2 >>

PC Mid Gain-R 509


PC Mid Gain-G 460
PC Mid Gain-B 512
PC Mid Bias-R 84
PC Mid Bias-G 42
PC Mid Bias-B 56
PC Mid2 Gain-R 511
PC Mid2 Gain-G 487
PC Mid2 Gain-B 512
PC Mid2 Bias-R 90
PC Mid2 Bias-G 30
PC Mid2 Bias-B 26

2-8 (E) VPL-DX220


2-7-4. LOW Mode of PC

1. Input the 80 % flat field computer signal to the INPUT A connector.


2. Set the picture quality mode to “STANDARD”, and set color temperature to “LOW”.
3. The target chromaticity (x, y) is (0.313, 0.329).
4. Enter the service mode and select “White Balance PC”.
5. Adjust the PC Lo Gain-R and PC Lo Gain-B until the target chromaticity (x, y) is obtained.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 until the chromaticity (x ?0.002, y ?0.002) with reference to the target chromatic-
ity (x, y) is obtained.
<< White Balance1 >>

PC Hi Gain-R 503
PC Hi Gain-G 407
PC Hi Gain-B 512
PC Hi Bias-R 89
PC Hi Bias-G 30
PC Hi Bias-B 0
PC Lo Gain-R 512
PC Lo Gain-G 394
PC Lo Gain-B 445
PC Lo Bias-R 85
PC Lo Bias-G 40
PC Lo Bias-B 31

VPL-DX220 2-9 (E)


2-8. Others

2-8-1. Status Information

The error status count is displayed.

Error status 1 Error status 2

<< Error Count page 1 >> << Error Count page 2 >>

Lamp does not light on Lamp error 0 Fan 2-1 error 0


Fan 1-1 error 0 Fan 2-2 error 0
Fan error 2
Fan error1 Fan 1-2 error 0 Fan 2-3 error 0
Fan 1-3 error 0 Fan 2-4 error 0
Fan 1-4 error 0 Sensor 2-1 open error 0
Sensor 1-1 open error 0 Sensor 2-2 open error 0
Internal temperature
Internal temperature Sensor 1-2 open error 0 sensor error Sensor 2-1 short error 0
sensor error Sensor 1-1 short error 0 Sensor 2-2 short error 0
Sensor 1-2 short error 0 Temperature 2-1 error 0
Internal temperature error
Internal temperature error Temperature 1-1 error 0 Temperature 2-2 error 0
Lamp error Lamp Fault Modes 0 Lamp power board error Lamp UART error 0
Fan IC error Fan IC I2C error 0
LampCovOpen in normal 0
Cover open error
FilterCovOpen in normal 0 Reset Error Count < or >
Power error Power error in normal 0
Gamma IC error 3540 Init error 0
Power error off System Crash 0

2-8-2. ADC Calibration Value

. RGB Offset: Offset value of computer signal


. RGB Gain: Gain adjustment of computer signal
. YUV SD Offset: Offset value of SD video signal
. YUV SD Gain: Gain adjustment of SD video signal
. YUV HD Offset: Offset value of HD video signal
. YUV HD Gain: Gain adjustment of HD video signal
<< ADC calibration >>

RGB Calibrate << or >>


YUV Calibrate << or >>
RGB Offset 0 0 0
RGB Gain 362 335 354
YUV Offset 511 511 511
YUV Gain 511 511 511
R Offset 0
G Offset 0
B Offset 0
R Gain 362
G Gain 335
B Gain 354

2-10 (E) VPL-DX220


2-9. Memory Structure
1 Set memory Set memory Set memory
2 No.01 No.01 Status memory
Video/Svideo
No.02 No.02
No.03 No.03
No.04 No.04
No.05 No.05
Status --- Status ---
Memory No.50 Memory Input-A/HDMI No.50
No.55 /Component No.55
No.56 No.56
No.60 No.60
No.61 No.61
No.63 No.63
3 Vivid Vivid Picture memory
Dynamic Dynamic
Presentation Presentation
Input A Standard Input A Standard
White Board White Board
Black Board Black Board
Cinema Cinema
Vivid Vivid
Dynamic Dynamic
Presentation Presentation
Input B/ Input B/
HDMI Standard HDMI Standard
White Board White Board
Black Board Black Board
Cinema Cinema
Picture Vivid Picture Vivid
Memory Dynamic Memory Dynamic
Presentation Presentation
Input C Input C
HDMI*1 Standard HDMI*1 Standard
White Board White Board
Black Board Black Board
Cinema Cinema
Vivid Vivid
Dynamic Dynamic
Presentation Presentation
Component Standard Standard
White Board Component White Board
Black Board Black Board
Cinema Cinema
Vivid Vivid
Dynamic Dynamic
Presentation Presentation
Video Standard Video Standard
White Board White Board
Black Board Black Board
Cinema Cinema
4 High High W/B memory
Mid1 Mid1
Computer Computer
Mid2 Mid2
W/B Low W/B Low
Memory High Memory High
Other than Mid1 Other than Mid1
Computer Mid2 Computer Mid2
Low Low
5 Video
No.1
Video
No.1 Aspect memory
No.2 No.2
No.03 No.03
No.04 No.04
No.05 No.05
--- ---
No.50 No.50
Input-A Input-A
No.55 No.55
No.56 No.56
No.60 No.60
No.61 No.61
Aspct Memory Aspct Memory
No.63 No.63
No.21 No.21
No.22 No.22
No.23 No.23
--- ---
Input-B/ No.50 Input-B/ No.50
HDMI No.55 HDMI No.55
No.56 No.56
No.60 No.60
No.61 No.61
No.63 No.63

VPL-DX220 2-11 (E)


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Smart APA Smart APA Common Memory
(Computer only) (Computer only)
Volume Volume
Auto Input Search Auto Input Search
Input-A Signal Sel. Input-A Signal Sel.
Color System Color System
(Video/S-Video Only) (Video/S-Video Only)
With No Input With No Input
With Static Signal With Static Signal
IR Receiver IR Receiver
Common Control Key Lock Common Control Key Lock
Memory Status Memory Status
Language Language
Menu Position Menu Position
Auto Keystone Auto Keystone
Keystone Keystone
Image Flip Image Flip
Background Background
Lamp Mode Lamp Mode
High Altitude High Altitude
Security Lock Security Lock
Direct Power On Direct Power On
CC Display CC Display
7 FLASH ROM EEPROM CPU RAM

Memory structure consists of the following memory blocks.


1 Set memory
2 Status memory
3 Picture memory
4 W/B memory
5 Aspect memory
6 Common memory
7 FLASH ROM/EEPROM*

* The gamma memory is realized by giving offset to the Contrast and Brightness output values to the
devices in the gamma mode function.

Flow of data is described briefly.


When the power plug is connected to the wall outlet for the first time (Standby state), all data that are
stored in the internal ROM are written in the NVM (non-volatile memory). When the POWER is turned
ON, all the status memory data and other memory data that are required for the present picture are select-
ed from each memory block and expanded in the internal RAM.
When any adjustment is performed at this moment, the adjustment data (user mode items) are written in
the NVM automatically triggered by the memory operation.

The adjustment items (W/B, V COM) that can be adjusted in the Service Mode, are memorized in the
NVM at the time when the user performs adjustment and performs the memory operation. Note that the
factory adjustment data will be lost at this moment.

2-12 (E) VPL-DX220


2-10. Initial Values of Adjustment Items

Initialize data 1
Menu Title Item Name Memory Name
Set Memory Contrast Bright- Sharpness Color Gamma Color Hue
ness Temp.
Picture Presentation 90 50 55 _ Graphics3 60 50
Vivid 86 50 65 Middle2 Graphics3 60 50
Dynamic 86 50 55 Middle1 Graphics3 50 50
Standard 80 50 50 Middle1 Graphics2 50 50
Black board 80 50 50 _ _ 50 50
Whiteboard 85 50 50 Middle1 Graphics2 50 50
Cinema 65 50 30 Low Graphics3 50 50
Screen ASPECT(SD) 4_3
ASPECT(HD) 16_9
ASPECT(PC) FULL_1
Over Scan
Adjust Signal
APA
Dot Phase
Pitch
Shift
Function Volume 30
SmartAPA AUTO
CC Display OFF
Lamp timer setting
Operation Language ENGLISH
Status ON
Security Lock OFF
Panel Key Lock OFF
Connection Input-A Signal Sel. AUTO
Power ECO
Lamp Mode STANDARD
Auto Power Saving
With No Input STANDBY
With Static Signal LAMP
DIMMING
Lamp Dimming 10_min
Direct Power On OFF
Installation Image Flip OFF
Installation Attitude UPSIDE
DOWN
High Altitude OFF
V keystone AUTO
Information Model Name Display only

Serial Number Display only

fH Display only

fV Display only

signal info Display only

signal info Display only

Lamp Timer Display only

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There are nonadjustable items in accordance with the input signal.

VPL-DX220 2-13 (E)


Initialize data 2
Page Item Name Set Color
R G B
White Balance PC PC Hi Gain-R 503
PC Hi Gain-G 407
PC Hi Gain-B 512
PC Hi Bias-R 89
PC Hi Bias-G 30
PC Hi Bias-B 0
PC Lo Gain-R 512
PC Lo Gain-G 394
PC Lo Gain-B 445
PC Lo Bias-R 85
PC Lo Bias-G 40
PC Lo Bias-B _ 31

VCOM Vcom-R Normal 152


Vcom-G Normal 143
Vcom-B Normal 126

ADC Calibration RGB Calibrate


YUV Calibrate
RGB Offset 0 0 0
RGB Gain 362 335 354
YUV Offset 511 511 511
YUV Gain 511 511 511
R Offset 0
G Offset 0
B Offset 0
R Gain 362
G Gain 335
B Gain 354

Error Countpage1 All values are display only

Error Countpage2 All values are display only

Auto Keystone average time 12


Current X Axis 0
Current Deg0 Display only
Calculate sensitivity Display only
sensitivity 114
OFFSET 5
current g _4

2-14 (E) VPL-DX220


Section 3
Troubleshooting

Connect the power cord to the unit.

The ON/STANDBY No CN701 on the No Connect the


indicator is flashing power board is connected
to J1 on the harness correctly.
in red ?
main board?

Yes Yes

Check the power board.

Replace the main board. No The ON/STANDBY


(Refer to Section 1-3-2.) indicator is flashing
in green ?

F601 on the Yes


Yes Replace F601 on
EMI board
the EMI board.
blows out ?

No
No The projector
1 lamp illuminated ?

The harness
between the lamp box No Connect the
Yes assembly and power harness correctly.
board is
normal?

Yes
Any image No
is projected ? Replace the power board.
(Refer to Section 1-3-6.)

Yes

Yes Check the LCD


All black screen ?
connectors.
Strange color
Check the LCD Yes or
connectors. all white (all black) ?
No

No Replace the main board.


(Refer to Section 1-3-2.)

No Replace the main board Yes


Color is normal ? or the optical block Nothing is projected ? End
assembly.
(Refer to Sections 1-3-2
and 1-3-12.)
Yes Yes

Replace the prism


Run the ADC calibration.
assembly or optical block
(Refer to Section 2-5.)
assembly. (Refer to Sections
1-3-16 and 1-3-12.)

VPL-DX220 3-1 (E)


1

Does the WARNING Yes


indicator blinks 2 times ? Check the lamp cover.

No

1. Turn off the power. After the lamp has cooled, turn on
Does the WARNING Yes the power again and check if the symptom is improved.
indicator
2. Check if the lamp is not broken.
blinks 3 times ?
3. Replace the lamp. (Refer to the operating instructions.)

No

Do the
WARNING
indicator and ON/STANDBY Yes Clean the filter.
indicator blink in red twice (Refer to the Operating Instructions.)
simultaneously?

No

3-2 (E) VPL-DX220


2

The power
unit (ballast)
is connected to J3 on No
the main board with Connect the harness correctly.
the harness
normally ?

Yes

The harness No
between the lamp and Connect the harness correctly.
power unit (ballast)
is normal ?

Yes

Yes Replace the lamp.


The lamp is broken ? (Refer to Operating
Instructions.)

No

Is it alright power Yes Replace the power unit


unit (ballast) (ballast).
replacing? (Refer to Section 1-3-5.)

No

Replace the main board.


(Refer to Section 1-3-2.)

VPL-DX220 3-3 (E)


3

Yes Perform the ADC calibration.


Screen is dark ?
(Refer to Section 2-5.)

No

Yes
The screen brightness End
is normal ?
Adjust the white Yes
balance. Strange color ?
(Refer to Section 2-7.)
No

No Replace the lamp.


(Refer to Operating
Instructions.)

Yes
Screen flickers ?

Screen bright Yes


End
is normal ?
No

No
Adjust the RGB and
V COM adjustment. Yes Vertical stripes
(Refer to Sections 2-5-1. on the screen ? Clean the lens and
and 2-6.) the panel to remove dust.

No

The IR remote control Yes Check the IR sensor board


does not function ? and harness.

No

No problem. The set is normal.


Check another device and cable.

3-4 (E) VPL-DX220


Section 4
Spare Parts

4-1. Notes on Repair Parts 4-1. 補修部品注意事項

1. Safety Related Components Warning 1. 安全重要部品


w ! 警告
Components marked ! are critical to safe operation. ! 印のついた部品は安全性を維持するために重要
Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of な部品です。したがって,交換する時は必ず指定
replacement. の部品を使ってください。

2. Standardization of Parts 2. 部品の共通化


Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those ソニーから供給する補修用部品は,セットに使われて
used for the unit. These are because of parts common- いるものと異なることがあります。
ality and improvement. これは部品の共通化,改良等によるものです。

3. Stock of Parts 3. 部品の在庫


Parts marked with “o” at SP (Supply Code) column of 部品表の SP(Supply code)欄に o で示される部品は
the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the 在庫していないことがあり,納期が長くなることがあ
delivery date will be delayed. ります。

4. Harness 4. ハーネス
Harnesses with no part number are not registered as 部品番号の記載されていないハーネスは,サービス部
spare parts. 品として登録されていません。

The components identified by mark contain confidential 印の部分には,秘密情報が含まれています。


information. 修理の際は,指示に従った対応を行ってください。
Strictly follow the instructions whenever the components
are repaired and/or replaced.

VPL-DX220 4-1
Cover Block

4-2. Exploded Views


To DC FAN
(FAN 2)
BVTP C
To DC FAN 3)8 PSW
BVTP
(FAN 1) 3)8
3)8
6

4
F
E
To DC FAN
(FAN 3)
PSW
18 To DC FAN 3)8 To Thermal
(FAN 4) To IR board
sensor board
2 To Speaker
11

BVTP
3)8 For VPL-DX220

A B
G
C
3
BVTP 10
19 3)8 D
BVTP For VPL-DW240/
5 3)8 DX240/DX270
12
8 BVTP
F 3)8
13

17 E PWH C
3)8
1 3
B To Main
board
To Main
board 9
BVTP
A 3)8

7
G
D

BVTP
3)8

To Main board 14

15
16

4-2 VPL-DX220
Cover Block

No. Part No. SP Description


1 A-2128-605-A s OPTICS UNIT ASSY-B, S
(For VPL-DX220)
A-2128-606-A s OPTICS UNIT ASSY-C, S
(For VPL-DX240)
A-2128-607-A s OPTICS UNIT ASSY-D, S
(For VPL-DX270)
A-2128-608-A s OPTICS UNIT ASSY-W, S
(For VPL-DW240)
2 ! X-2593-657-1 s PACK ASSY, UPPER CASE
3 ! X-2593-659-1 s PACK ASSY, REAR CASE
(For VPL-DX220)
! X-2593-794-1 s PACK ASSY, REAR CASE 3KX
(For VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270)
4 ! X-2593-660-1 s ASSY, DOOR LAMP
5 X-2593-697-1 s ASSY, CAP LENS
6 1-458-944-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI 2.5KX
(For VPL-DX220 (SY))
1-458-950-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI 3KX
(For VPL-DX240 (SY))
1-458-951-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI DRAGON 3.5KX
(For VPL-DX270 (SY))
1-458-952-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI DRAGON 3KW
(For VPL-DW240 (SY))
1-458-953-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI DRAGON 2.5KX CN
(For VPL-DX220 (CN))
1-458-954-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI DRAGON 3.5KX CN
(For VPL-DX270 (CN))
1-458-955-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI DRAGON 3KW CN
(For VPL-DW240 (SY))
1-458-956-11 s PCBA MAIN BD MI DRAGON 3KX CN
(For VPL-DX240 (CN))
7 1-458-946-11 s PCBA THERMAL SENSOR BD
8 ! 1-474-660-11 s POWER UNIT
9 ! 1-859-193-11 s SPK 2W 8OHM 30MM
10 1-968-657-11 s WIRE 3P+AC/3P 60MM +CORE
11 2-067-018-01 s +PS4X6
12 2-681-552-02 s SCREW, EX-HE 4#-40X4+6STLESS
13 3-918-696-11 s SCREW (M3X6 LOCK ACE)
14 4-437-398-02 s FILTER
15 ! 4-597-022-01 s COVER, FILTER
16 4-597-023-01 s COVER, DUST
17 4-597-024-01 s MYLAR SAFE BALASST DRAGON2.5KX
18 4-597-025-01 s LOGO XGA DRAGON 2.5KX
(For VPL-DX220/DX240/DX270)
4-597-025-11 s LOGO WXGA DRAGON 3KW
(For VPL-DW240)
19 4-597-026-01 s COVER, RING
(For VPL-DX220)
4-597-347-01 s COVER, RING 3K
(For VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270)

7-685-646-79 s SCREW +BVTP 3X8 TYPE2 IT-3


7-685-903-21 s TAPPING +PWH 3X8 TYPE2 N-S

VPL-DX220 4-3
Lower Case Block

BVTP
(FAN 3)
3)8

To Main board BVTP


3)8

107 BVTP
3)8
To Main board
103

A
PWH
3)8 (FAN 4)

BVTP
109 To Power unit 112 108 3)8

(FAN 1)
BVTP PWH
To Power unit To Main board
3)8 3 ) 10 116

B BVTP
BVTP
3)8 3)8

A
BVTP
110
3)8 To AC inlet
(FAN 2)
115 BVTP
115 B 3)8
To Main board BVTP
3)8
BVTP
To Main board
3)8
111
113

105 115
F601
106
115
BVTP
3)8

BVTP 102
3)8
115

114
To Main board
101 117
104

4-4 VPL-DX220
Lower Case Block

No. Part No. SP Description


101 X-2593-656-1 s PACK ADJ FOOT
102 ! X-2593-658-1 s PACK ASSY, LOWER CASE
103 X-2593-667-1 s ASSY, BOX LAMP
104 1-895-299-11 s PCBA IR INDICATOR BD
105 ! 1-458-943-11 s PCBA POWER BD MI
106 ! 1-458-945-11 s PCBA EMI BD MI 2.5KX
107 ! 1-855-411-11 s DC FAN70*70*25 140MM
108 ! 1-855-412-11 s DC FAN70*70*25 100MM
109 ! 1-855-461-11 s DC FAN 80*80*25 325MM
110 ! 1-855-462-11 s DC FAN 50*50*20 133MM
111 ! 1-971-391-11 s HERNESS 4P/THERMAL 100C 205MM
112 1-971-392-11 s HERNESS 4/2P 1571#28 95MM
113 1-971-393-11 s HERNESS 12/12P 1007#26 135MM
114 1-971-394-11 s HERNESS 5/3P 1571#28 145MM
115 2-067-018-01 s +PS4X6
116 4-382-854-51 s SCREW (M3X6), P, SW (+)
117 4-597-027-01 s COVER, IR
F601 ! 1-576-233-51 s FUSE 6.3A250V ST20 L/H LIT/215
7-685-646-79 s SCREW +BVTP 3X8 TYPE2 IT-3
7-685-903-21 s TAPPING +PWH 3X8 TYPE2 N-S

VPL-DX220 4-5
Optical Block (VPL-DX220)

211

208

201

213
A
202

203
212 B 204

210
211
B2 ) 5 207 B2 ) 5
A 206

B2 ) 5
205
210

209

No. Part No. SP Description


201 A-1893-116-A s LENS, S
202 A-2128-598-A s OUT-POLARIZER(R)ASSY-B,S
203 A-2128-599-A s OUT-POLARIZER(G)ASSY-B,S
204 A-2128-600-A s OUT-POLARIZER(B)ASSY-B,S
205 A-2128-601-A s IN-POLARIZER(R)ASSY-B,S
206 A-2128-602-A s IN-POLARIZER(G)ASSY-B,S
207 A-2128-603-A s IN-POLARIZER(B)ASSY-B,S
208 A-2128-609-A s PRISM BLOCK ASSY-B,S
209 A-2128-634-A s UNIT ASSY-B,S
210 3-080-204-21 s SCREW, TAPPING, P2
211 4-382-854-11 s SCREW (M3X10), P, SW (+)
212 4-427-108-02 s FOCUS LEVER (DX12)
213 4-427-109-01 s ZOOM LEVER (DX12)

7-621-771-06 s SCREW +B 2X5

4-6 VPL-DX220
Optical Block (VPL-DW240/DX240/DX270)

310
KTP2 ) 5
312

KTP2 ) 5

KTP2 ) 5
311 308
KTP2 ) 5

302

304 303

301

307
B2 ) 5
310
B2 ) 5 306

B2 ) 5
305

No. Part No. SP Description


301 A-1797-891-A s LENS, ASSY-C
302 A-2128-598-A s OUT-POLARIZER(R)ASSY-B,S
303 A-2128-599-A s OUT-POLARIZER(G)ASSY-B,S 309
304 A-2128-600-A s OUT-POLARIZER(B)ASSY-B,S
305 A-2128-601-A s IN-POLARIZER(R)ASSY-B,S
306 A-2128-602-A s IN-POLARIZER(G) ASSY-B,S
(For VPL-DW240/DX270)
A-2128-604-A s IN-POLARIZER(G) ASSY-C,S
(For VPL-DX240)
307 A-2128-603-A s IN-POLARIZER(B)ASSY-B,S
308 A-2128-610-A s PRISM BLOCK ASSY-CD,S
(For VPL-DX240/DX270)
A-2128-611-A s PRISM BLOCK ASSY-W,S
(For VRL-DW240)
309 A-2128-634-A s UNIT ASSY-B,S
(For VPL-DX240/DX270)
A-2128-635-A s UNIT ASSY-W,S
(For VPL-DW240)
310 4-382-854-11 s SCREW (M3X10), P, SW (+)
311 4-427-106-02 s FOCUS LEVER (DX13)
312 4-427-107-01 s ZOOM LEVER (DX13)

7-621-771-06 s SCREW +B 2X5


7-685-203-29 s SCREW +KTP 2X5 TYPE2 SLIT

VPL-DX220 4-7
4-3. Packing Materials & Supplied
Accessories
----------------------------------------
PACKING MATERIALS & SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
----------------------------------------
*1:[For SY]
*2:[For CN]
Ref. No.
or Q’ty Part No. SP Description
1pc *1 1-490-463-12 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-PJ8)
1pc *2 1-490-463-21 s REMOTE COMMANDER (RM-PJ8CN)
1pc ! 1-839-054-12 s POWER-SUPPLY CORD SET 125V 10V (For J)
1pc 1-970-584-11 s VGA CABLE
1pc *1 ! 4-593-101-01 s OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH,
GERMAN, ITALIAN, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE, RUSSIAN)
1pc *1 ! 4-593-102-01 s PACK, CD-ROM
(JAPANESE, ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH,
GERMAN, ITALIAN, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE, RUSSIAN)
1pc *2 ! 4-593-123-01 s OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
(SIMPLIFIED CHINESE)

4-8 VPL-DX220
Overall Overall
Section 5
Diagrams
MAIN
15
2 2
5-1. Block Diagrams HS, VS
BUFFER
TXA0_P-TXE_P
TXA0_N-TXE_N
RIN_PR VCOMR
RGB/Y PBPR GIN_Y 15
12 PSIGR R
(INPUT A) BIN_PB LCD
VSIGR1-12
RIN_N
GIN_N SPI_DO 12
EEPROM SPI_CS_N
BIN_N
VPL-DX240/DX270/DW240 VPL-DX220 SPI_SCK
WP_EDID WP_EDID SPI_DI FLASH D3551_TXA / - D3551_TXE /
MEMORY D3551_TXCK1 /
EEPROM EEPROM
12
10 10 10 10 VCOMG
HDMI HDMI PORT HDMI HDMI PORT 33 MHz
LCD LCD
(INPUT B) PROTECTION (INPUT B) PROTECTION TIMING PSIGG G
DRIVER LCD
GENERATOR
VSIGG1-12
10 COMPOSIT COMPOSIT1 D3551_TXF / - D3551_TXJ /
HDMI VIDEO IN 12
SW D3551_TXCK2 /
D3551_TXA / - D3551_TXE /
EEPROM D3551_TXCK1 / 12

10 10 AUDIO_OUT 12
HDMI HDMI PORT AUDIO OUTPUT VIDEO
(INPUT C) PROTECTION PROCESSOR
D3551_TXF / - D3551_TXJ /
&
CONTROLLER D3551_TXCK2 /
2 VCOMB
AUDIO_OUT AUDIO AUDIO_OUT/SD
SPEAKER 12
AMP PSIGB B
LCD
VSIGB1-12

SDA, SCL
SDA, SCL SUB CPU
12

SDA, SCL

SDA, SCL
EEPROM
IRRX
IR SENSOR BUFFER

DOOR_SW
SDRAM

SDA, SCL
FAN
16 DRIVER Fan 1
LP. DRV
FG1 (Exhaust)
USB Type B SDA1, SCL1
Accelerometer FAN
POWER P12VS
Firmware Download only P12V CONTROLLER FAN
CONTROL
DRIVER Fan 2
3 FG3 (Lamp)
LED
LED
POWER
P15V P15VS
POWER UNIT ADC0/1/2 3
KEYPAD
CONTROL
FAN
(BALLAST) LAMP_OFF, RXD1, TXD1 INPUT DRIVER Fan 3
LAMP FG4 (Intake)
FAN
PWR_fail POWER P12V CONTROLLER
PFC_EN Fail DET FAN
P5V DRIVER Fan 4
FG5 (Intake)
PANEL_POWER

EMI POWER
P15V_S
P12V_S P12V REG D2V5 P5V REG D33_A
P3PV_S 27 MHz
DSP_PWR
REG V10_A THERMAL
REG D3V3 T2B/E
SENSOR
2 (EXTERNAL)

REG D1V0 V33D REG V18D

TEMPERATURE
SENSOR REG V18_DDR
REG P5V

REG V10_D

3P3V_S REG P3PV


Power Supply 5V/2A 5V Power Control P12V
VPL-DX240/DX270/DW240 only

REG V33_D

Overall
VPL-DX220 5-1 5-1
Frame Wiring Frame Wiring

5-2. Frame Wiring


J2 J1
IR
J7
SENSOR
AUDIO OUTPUT AUDIO INDICATOR
BOARD

MAIN
J10
BOARD
VIDEO IN VIDEO

Note:
The components identified
by mark contain confidential
information.
Strictly follow the instructions
whenever the components are
repaired and/or replaced. J23 J1
J6 THERMAL
 SENSOR
SPEAKER BOARD

J17

LCD R

J11
J18

INPUT A RGB/Y PB PR RGB


LCD G

J16

LCD B
VPL-DX220

J8

INPUT B HDMI

J22

Fan 1
(Exhaust) 
VPL-DX240/DX270/DW240 J20

J9 Fan 2
(Lamp) 
INPUT B HDMI
J24

Fan 3
J8 (Intake) 
J25
INPUT C HDMI
Fan 4
(Intake) 
J5 X3
 
POWER UNIT HALOGEN
J12 (BALLAST) LAMP
X1
Power Supply

J1 CN701 CN601 CN603  CN601 


CN605 EMI BOARD

POWER BOARD CN602


J14

Firmware download

TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
Frame Wiring
5-2 5-2 VPL-DX220
Revision History

Date History Contents

2016. 6 1st Edition ―


9-976-993-01

VPL-DX220 i
VPL-DX270 (CN)
VPL-DX270 (SY)
VPL-DX240 (CN)
VPL-DX240 (SY)
VPL-DX220 (CN)
VPL-DX220 (SY)
VPL-DW240 (CN) Printed in Japan
VPL-DW240 (SY) J, E Sony Corporation 2016. 6 32
9-976-993-01 ©2016

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