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Telephone Equipment

KX-TS600LXB KX-TS600LXW
Integrated Telephone System
Black Version White Version (for Latin America)

2006 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

Note:
Because CONTENTS 4 is the extract from the Operating Instructions of this model, it is subject to change without notice. You can download and refer to the original Operating Instructions on TSN Server for further information.

CONTENTS
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1 ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free) 1.1. Suggested PbF Solder 1.2. How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used 2 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS 3 CAUTION 4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 4.1. Battery 4.2. Location of Controls 4.3. Display 4.4. Connection 4.5. Troubleshooting 5 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 6.1. Service Hints 6.2. Pulse Dialing Problems 6.3. Tone Dialing Problems (Handset) 6.4. No Ringing Sound When Ring Signal is Input 7 BLOCK DIAGRAM 8 CIRCUIT OPERATION 8.1. Bell Detector Circuit 8.2. Line Interface 8.3. MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM 8.4. Caller ID Detect Circuit 9 BLOCK DIAGRAM 9.1. IC903 9.2. CPU DATA (IC903) 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 7 8 9 11 13 14 14 14 15 15 16 17 17 17 17 20 21 21 22 15 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 15.1. Base Unit 16 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 17 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (MAIN) 18 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (OPERATION) 19 CIRCUIT BOARD (MAIN) 19.1. Component View 19.2. Flow Solder Side View 20 CIRCUIT BOARD (OPERATION) 20.1. Component View 20.2. Flow Solder Side View 9.3. RINGER IC (IC1) 9.4. EEPROM (IC802) 9.5. Speakerphone IC Data (IC601) 10 MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM 10.1. LCD MODULE BLOCK 10.2. CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT 11 HOW TO REPLACE THE FLAT PACKAGE IC 11.1. Preparation 11.2. How to Remove the IC 11.3. How to Install the IC 11.4. How to Remove a Solder Bridge 12 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS 13 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS

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1 ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free)


Note: In the information below, Pb, the symbol for lead in the periodic table of elements, will refer to standard solder or solder that contains lead. We will use PbF solder when discussing the lead free solder used in our manufacturing process which is made from Tin (Sn), Silver (Ag), and Copper (Cu). This model, and others like it, manufactured using lead free solder will have PbF stamped on the PCB. For service and repair work we suggest using the same type of solder. Caution PbF solder has a melting point that is 50F ~ 70 F (30C ~ 40C) higher than Pb solder. Please use a soldering iron with temperature control and adjust it to 700F 20 F (370C 10C). Exercise care while using higher temperature soldering irons.: Do not heat the PCB for too long time in order to prevent solder splash or damage to the PCB. PbF solder will tend to splash if it is heated much higher than its melting point, approximately 1100F (600C). When applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess which may flow onto the opposite side (See the figure below).

1.1.

Suggested PbF Solder

There are several types of PbF solder available commercially. While this product is manufactured using Tin, Silver, and Copper (Sn+Ag+Cu), you can also use Tin and Copper (Sn+Cu) or Tin, Zinc, and Bismuth (Sn+Zn+Bi). Please check the manufacturers specific instructions for the melting points of their products and any precautions for using their product with other materials. The following lead free (PbF) solder wire sizes are recommended for service of this product: 0.3 mm, 0.6 mm and 1.0 mm.

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

1.2.

How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used

(Example: Operation P.C.B.)

PQUP11371Z
Marked

PbF

17 CN801 18

1 2

MIC

(Component View)

Note: The location of the PbF mark is subject to change without notice.

2 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS


ICs and LSIs are vulnerable to static electricity. When repairing, the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions. 1. Cover the plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil. 2. Ground the soldering irons. 3. Use a conductive mat on the worktable. 4. Do not touch IC or LSI pins with bare fingers.

3 CAUTION
1. Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. 2. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. 3. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufactures Instructions.

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.1.
4.1.1.

Battery
Installing the Batteries

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4.1.2.

Battery Replacement

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4.2.

Location of Controls

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4.3.

Display

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4.4.
4.4.1.

Connection
Connecting the Handset/Telephone Line Cord

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4.4.2.

Connecting a Communication Device

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4.5.

Troubleshooting

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5 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Shown in Fig.1 2 3

To Remove Cabinet Cover Main P.C. Board Main P.C. Board and Operational P.C. Board

Remove Screws (2.6 12)..........(A) 5 Tapes and Cable Tape and Solders Main P.C. Board Screw (2.6 8)...............(B) 9 Operational P.C. Board

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6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
6.1. Service Hints

6.2.

Pulse Dialing Problems

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6.3.

Tone Dialing Problems (Handset)

6.4.

No Ringing Sound When Ring Signal is Input

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7 BLOCK DIAGRAM
T1 PC2 R1 D5, D6 Ringer indication LED LED 804 (1AP - SUB) D7, D8 T Q108 Q101, Q103 Line ON/OFF Transmit AMP IC1 Handset / Headset Q405, Q406 Handset AMP Receiving D9, D10 D301 IC302 Tone Detection IC201 D304 IC304 Battery Low Detection RINGER IC D3, D4 C1

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Speaker

2AP SP

Keyboard Switch MIC Q421 Headset Detection Q426 IC601 Handset AMP Sending

MIC

Bell_In

EEPROM

IC802

Wakeup

CLIP/DTMF COInput

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Speaker Phone Amp Regulator 3.3V Option Detection Q930, Q931, Q932 IC303 Reset IC FSK Modem IC905

IC903 - CPU

KeyIN1

KeyIN2

PANASONIC

KeyIN3

Option_STB

4.5 Battery

Vdd Reset

JOHN SMITH 1234567890

LCD

Wakeup Circuit IC501


KX-TS600 BLOCK DIAGRAM

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8 CIRCUIT OPERATION
8.1. Bell Detector Circuit
When the bell signal is input between T/R, the signal are outputted at the speaker via the following path: Tel line R1/C1 D4/D3 Pin 1 of IC1 Pin 8 of IC1 C6 T1 Speaker

8.2.

Line Interface

In talk status, SW101 become ON and Q103 base changes to high level, causing Q103, Q101 to turn on and resulting in a line loop. The loop current flows from D7 Q101 Q108 R124 D106 in that order, a pulse signal that repeated switches between high and low logic is output from pin 39 of the CPU. This switches the line loop on and off, generating the dial pulse signal.

8.3.
8.3.1. 8.3.1.1.

MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM


Speakerphone Circuit Function

The circuit controls the automatic switching of the transmitted and received signals, to and from the telephone line, when the unit is used in the hands -free mode.

8.3.1.2.

Circuit Operation

The speakerphone can only provide a one-way communication path. In other words, it can either transmit an outgoing signal or receive an incoming signal at a given time, but cannot do both simultaneously. Therefore, a switching circuit is necessary to control the flow of the outgoing and incoming signals. This switching circuit is contained in IC601 and consists of a Voice Detector, TX Attenuator, RX Attenuator, Comparator and Attenuator Control. The circuit analyzes whether the TX (transmit) or the RX (receive) signal is louder, and then it processed the signals such that the louder signal is given precedence. The Voice Detector provides a DC input to the Attenuator Control corresponding to the TX signal. The Comparator receives a TX and a RX signal, and supplies a DC input to the Attenuator Control corresponding to the RX signal. The Attenuator Control provides a control signal to the TX and the RX attenuator to switch the appropriate signals on and off. The Attenuator Control also detects the level of the volume control to automatically adjust for changing ambient conditions. 1. Transmission signal path: The input signal from the microphone is sent through the circuit via the following path: MIC Pin 9 of IC601 Pin 10 of IC601 Pin 3 of IC601 Pin 4 of IC601 R601 C602 Q108 Tel line. 2. Reception signal path: Signals receive from the telephone line are outputted at the speaker via the following path: Tel line Q108 Q109 C112 R600 C603 Pin 27 of IC601 Pin 26 of IC601 Pin 19 of IC601 Pin 15 of IC601 Speaker. 3. Transmission/Reception switching The comparison result between TX and RX outputs as a DC level of Pin 25 of IC601. TX level is high ...... Pin 25 = Pin 21 - 6mV RX level is high ...... Pin 25 = Pin 21 - 150mVComparator output is connected to the attenuator control inside of IC601. 4. Voice detector The output of the mic amp (Pin 10 of IC601) is supplied to Pin 13 of IC601 as a control signal for the voice detector. 5. Attenuator control The attenuator control detects the setting of the volume control through Pin 24 of IC601 to automatically adjust for changing ambient conditions.

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8.3.2. 8.3.2.1.

Telephone Line Interface Circuit operation

On hook Q101 is open, Q101 is connected as to cut DC loop current and cut the voice signal. Off hook Q101 turns on thus providing an off-hook condition (active DC current flow through the circuit) and the following signal flow is for the DC loop current. T D7 Q101 Q108 R124 D106 D10 R The receiving signal flows: TEL line Q101 C113 R125 C108 Q109 Q405 Q406 Headset Jack H/S SP The transmission signal flows Mic Q421 C435 R437 Q108 Tel Line

8.3.3. 8.3.3.1.

Tone Detect Circuit operation

This circuit is used to sense the status of the line (busy tone or dial tone) during Auto Redial.

D7 Q101 C201 R201 R205 Pin 5 of IC201 Pin 1 of IC201 D202 R208 Q931 Pin 36 of IC903 When the subscriber hangs-up, check the intermittent tone. If cycle tone is detected, the collector of Q931 goes to a low logic.

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8.3.4. 8.3.4.1. 8.3.4.2.

Initializing Circuit Function Circuit operation

This circuit is used for to initialize the microcomputer when it incorporates batteries.

When the batteries is inserted into the unit, then the voltage is regulated by IC304 and power is supplied to the CPU. The set can operate beyond point A in the circuit voltage diagram.

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8.4.
8.4.1.

Caller ID Detect Circuit


Function (FSK signal)

The caller ID is a changeable ID which the user of a telephone circuit obtains by entering a contract with the telephone company to utilize a caller ID service. For this reason, the operation of this circuit assumes that a caller ID service contract has been entered for the circuit being used. The data for the caller ID from the telephone exchange is sent during the interval between the first and second rings of the bell signal. The data from the telephone exchange is a modem signal which is modulated in an FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) format. Data 1 is a 1200 Hz sine wave, and data 0 is a 2200 Hz sine wave. There are two types of the message format which can be received: i.e. the single message format and plural message format. The plural message format allows to transmit the name and data code information in addition to the time and telephone number data. FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) format

8.4.2.

Circuit operation

Caller ID Caller ID signal is sent through the circuit via the following path: TEL Line C501, C502 R501, R502 Pin 2, Pin 3 of IC501 Pin 1 of IC501 Pin 2, Pin 3 of IC905 Pin15, Pin16, Pin17 of IC903.

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9 BLOCK DIAGRAM
9.1. IC903

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9.2.

CPU DATA (IC903)

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PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

I/O D.O D.O A.I A.I ---------D.I D.I D.I D.I D.O D.O D.O D.O D.O D.O D.O D.O D.I D.I D.I D.I

Description L_Seiz/P_Mute RX_MUTE CO signal in EXHOOK_det NC VREF+ Vdd OSC2 OSC1 Vss XI XO MMOD RESET MODEM_DR MODEM_data MODEM _CLOCK Vol1 Vol2 Vol3 BEEP Pulse MODEM _FSKEN Dummy Ring MODEM _SLEEP MODEM_STD Wake_UP STOP HOOK SW

D.I Batt OUT D.I Bell IN D.O EEPROM_WP

33 D.I/D EEPROM_Data .O 34 D.O EEPROM _CLOCK 35 D.O BACK_UP 36 D.O Option_Strob 37 D.I KeyIN0 38 D.I KeyIN1 39 D.I KeyIN2 40 D.I KeyIN3 41 D.I KeyIN4 42 D.I KeyIN5 43 D.O Relay 44 D.O SP_CS 45 D.O KET_Strob0 46 D.O KET_Strob1 47 D.O KET_Strob2 48 D.O KET_Strob3 49 D.O KET_Strob4 50 D.O LCD_RESET 51 D.O Hold Music 52 D.O LCD_CS 53 D.O SP_LED 54 D.O LCD_DC 55 D.O LCD_E 56 57 58 59 60 D.O DI/D O DI/D O DI/D O DI/D O LCD_RW LCD_D7 LCD_D6 LCD_D5 LCD_D4

High ON Mute -----------Normal Normal DATA "1" CLOCK Vol low Vol low Vol low BEEP -Enable Ring -CAS Normal Normal OFF _HOOK Normal Bell OFF W _Protect Data CLOCK Normal -Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal ON ON -----Normal MUSIC Normal -data Active Read "1" "1" "1" "1"

High_Z --------------------Break --Sleep -------Input --Normal --------Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal ---OFF --------

Low OFF UnMute -----------Reset Data _ready DATA "0" CLOCK Vol High Vol High Vol High BEEP Make Disable Ring Normal Normal Wakeup STOP ON_HOOK Batt Out Bell IN No protect Data CLOCK Stop Active KeyIn KeyIn KeyIn KeyIn KeyIn KeyIn OFF OFF Active Active Active Active Active Reset MUSIC LCD _select ON command Active/Norm al Write "0" "0" "0" "0"

PIN I/O Description 61 -- VREF62 A.O DTMF 63 D.O TX_MUTE 64 D.O ACK_MUTE

High -DTMF Mute Mute

High_Z -DTMF ---

Low Fix Normal UnMute UnMute

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9.3.

RINGER IC (IC1)

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9.4.

EEPROM (IC802)

1. SCL SCL terminal is input terminal of Serial Clock to control transmit and receipt between Master and Slave. 2. SDA SDA terminal is input terminal, to forward the address and the mutual data between Master Device and Slave Device the mutual. This terminal needs the pull-up resistance external because output circuit of SDA uses Open Drain. 3. A0, A1, A2 A0, A1, and A2 terminal is not used. 4. WP WP terminal controls writing action. It is possible to do only reading action when high level input and it is possible to do reading and writing action when low level input.

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9.5.

Speakerphone IC Data (IC601)

Pin Name Description NO. 1 RR A resistor to ground provides a reference current for the transmit and receive attenuators. 2 RTX A resistor to ground determines the nominal gain of the transmit attenuator. The transmit channel gain is inversely proportional to the RTX resistance. 3 TXI Input to the transmit attenuator. Input resistance is nominally 5.0 kohms. 4 TXO Output to the transmit attenuator. The TXO output signal drives the input of the transmit level detector, as well as the external circuit which drives the telephone line. 5 TLI Input of the transmit level detector. An external resistor ac coupled to the TLI pin sets the detection level. Decreasing this resistor increases the sensitivity to transmit channel signals. 6 TLO Output of the transmit level detector. An external resistor and capacitor set the time the comparator will hold the system in the transmit mode after speech ceases. 7 RLI Input of the receive level detector. An external resistor ac coupled to the RLI pin sets the detection level. Decreasing this resistor increases the sensitivity to receive channel signals. 8 RLO Output of the receive level detector. An external resistor and capacitor set the time the comparator will hold the system in the receive mode after the receive signal ceases. 9 MCI Microphone amplifier input. Input impedance is nominally 10 kohms and the dc bias voltage is approximately equal to VB. 10 MCO Microphone amplifier output. The mic amp gain is internally set at 34 dB (50 V/V). 11 CP1 A parallel resistor and capacitor connected between this pin and Vcc holds a voltage corresponding to the background noise level. The transmit detector compares the CP1 voltage with the speech signal from CP2. 12 CP2 A capacitor at this pin peak detects the speech signals for comparison with the background noise level held at CP1. 13 XDI Input to the transmit detector system. The microphone amplifier output is ac coupled to the XDI pin through an external resistor. 14 SKG High current ground pin for the speaker amp output stage. The SKG voltage should be within 10 mV of the ground voltage at pin 22. 15 SKO Speaker amplifier output. The SKO pin will source and sink up to 100 mA when ac coupled to the speaker. The speaker amp gain is internally set at 34 dB (50 V/V). 16 V+ Input dc supply voltage. V+ can be powered from Tip and Ring if an ac decoupling inductor is used to prevent loading ac line signals. The required V+ voltage is 6.0 to 11 V (7.5 V nominal) at 7.0 mA. 17 AGC A capacitor from this pin to VB stabilizes the speaker amp gain control loop, and additionally controls the attack and decay time of this circuit. The gain control loop limits the speaker amp input to prevent clipping at SKO. The internal resistance at the AGC pin is nominally 110 kohms. 18 CS Digital chip select input. When at a Logic 0 (<0.7 V) the Vcc regulator is enabled. When at a Logic 1 (>1.6 V), the chip is in the standby mode drawing 0.5 mA. An open CS pin is a Logic 0. Input impedance is nominally 140 kohms. The input voltage should not exceed 11 V. 19 SKI Input to the speaker amplifier. Input impedance is nominally 20 kohms. 20 Vcc A 5.4 V regulated output which powers all circuit expect the speaker amplifier output stage. Vcc can be used to power external circuitry such as a microprocessor (3.0 mA max). A filter capacitor is required. The MC 34018 can be powered by a separate regulated supply by connecting V+ and Vcc to a voltage between 4.5 V and 6.5 V while maintaining CS at a Logic 1. 21 VB An output voltage equal to approximately Vcc/2 which serves as an analogue ground for the speakerphone system. Up to 1.5 mA of external load current may be sourced from VB. Output impedance is 250 ohms. A filter capacitor is required. 22 Gnd Ground pin for the IC (except the speaker amplifier). 23 XDC Transmit detector output. A resistor and capacitor at this pin hold the system in the transmit mode during pauses between words or phrases. When the XDC pin voltage decays to ground, the attenuators switch from the transmit mode to the idle mode. The internal resistor at XDC is nominally 2.6 kohms. 24 VLC Volume control input. Connecting this pin to the slider of a variable resistor provides receive mode volume control. The VLC pin voltage should be less than or equal to VB. 25 ACF Attenuator control filter. A capacitor connected to this pin reduces noise transients as the attenuator control switches levels of attenuation. 26 RXO Output of the receive attenuator. Normally this pin is ac coupled to the input of the speaker amplifier. 27 RXI Input of the receive attenuator. Input resistance is nominally 5.0 kohms. 28 RRX A resistor to ground determines the nominal gain of the receive attenuator. The receive channel gain is directly proportional to the RRX resistance.

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10 MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM


10.1. LCD MODULE BLOCK

10.2. CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT


Pin no. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Signal VDD VSS DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 R/W E D/C CS RES Function +3V Power Supply 0V Power Supply Data Bus Line Data Bus Line Data Bus Line Data Bus Line Read / Write Enable Signal Data / Command Control Chip Signal Reset Signal Input Enable H/L H/L H/L H/L H/L H H/L L L

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11 HOW TO REPLACE THE FLAT PACKAGE IC


Even if you do not have the special tools (for example, a spot heater) to remove the Flat IC, with some solder (large amount), a soldering iron and a cutter knife, you can easily remove the ICs that have more than 100 pins.

11.1. Preparation
PbF (: Pb free) Solder Soldering Iron Tip Temperature of 700F 20F (370C 10C) Note: We recommend a 30 to 40 Watt soldering iron. An expert may be able to use a 60 to 80 Watt iron where someone with less experience could overheat and damage the PCB foil. Flux Recommended Flux: Specific Gravity 0.82. Type RMA (lower residue, non-cleaning type) Note: See ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free) (P.3).

11.2. How to Remove the IC


1. Put plenty of solder on the IC pins so that the pins can be completely covered. Note: If the IC pins are not soldered enough, you may give pressure to the P.C. board when cutting the pins with a cutter.

2. Make a few cuts into the joint (between the IC and its pins) first and then cut off the pins thoroughly.

3. While the solder melts, remove it together with the IC pins.

When you attach a new IC to the board, remove all solder left on the land with some tools like a soldering wire. If some solder is left at the joint on the board, the new IC will not be attached properly.

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11.3. How to Install the IC


1. Temporarily fix the FLAT PACKAGE IC, soldering the two marked pins.

*Check the accuracy of the IC setting with the corresponding soldering foil. 2. Apply flux to all pins of the FLAT PACKAGE IC.

3. Solder the pins, sliding the soldering iron in the direction of the arrow.

11.4. How to Remove a Solder Bridge


1. Lightly resolder the bridged portion. 2. Remove the remaining solder along the pins using a soldering iron as shown in the figure below.

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12 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS

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13 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS

Note: (*1) This pad is a piece of Ref No. P2 (GIFT BOX).

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15 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


1. RTL (Retention Time Limited) Note: The marking (RTL) indicates that the Retention Time is limited for this item. After the discontinuation of this assembly in production, the item will continue to be available for a specific period of time. The retention period of availability is dependant on the type of assembly, and in accordance with the laws governing part and product retention. After the end of this period, the assembly will no longer be available. 2. Important safety notice Components identified by the mark indicates special characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of these components, only use specified manufactures parts. 3. The S mark means the part is one of some identical parts. For that reason, it may be different from the installed part. 4. ISO code (Example: ABS-94HB) of the remarks column shows quality of the material and a flame resisting grade about plastics. 5. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS Unless otherwise specified; All resistors are in ohms () K=1000, M=1000k All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS (F)P=F *Type & Wattage of Resistor
17 18 18 19 20 20 21 21 22 23 23 24 25 PQJC314Y PQKF10696S2 PQKF10696S1 PQHA10018Y PQKK10105X2 PQKK10105X4 PQKL10072Z2 PQKL10072Z1 PQHA10025Z PQGT18406Z PQGT18405Z PQMG10025Z PQJE10111Z 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 15 16 Ref. No. Part No. PQBX10389P2 PQBX10389P1 PQSX10308Y PQSX10308Z PQBC10455S3 PQBC10455S1 PQBC10455R4 PQBC10455R2 PQBC10456Z2 PQBC10456Z1 PQHR11184Z PQBC10454Z2 PQBC10454Z1 PQSX10307W PQSX10307X PQJC10072Z PQJC10073Z PQJC313Y Part Name & Description BUTTON, DIAL KEY (for KXTS600LXB) BUTTON, DIAL KEY (for KXTS600LXW) KEYBOARD SWITCH, 21 KEY (for KX-TS600LXB) KEYBOARD SWITCH, 21 KEY (for KX-TS600LXW) BUTTON, MUTE (for KXTS600LXB) BUTTON, MUTE (for KXTS600LXW) BUTTON, SP PHONE (for KXTS600LXB) BUTTON, SP PHONE (for KXTS600LXW) BUTTON, NAVIGATOR KEY (for KX-TS600LXB) BUTTON, NAVIGATOR KEY (for KX-TS600LXW) GUIDE, NAVIGATOR KEY BUTTON, OK (for KX-TS600LXB) BUTTON, OK (for KX-TS600LXW) KEYBOARD SWITCH, 9 KEY (for KX-TS600LXB) KEYBOARD SWITCH, 9 KEY (for KX-TS600LXW) BATTERY TERMINAL, BATTERY CONTACT(+) BATTERY TERMINAL, BATTERY CONTACT(-) BATTERY TERMINAL, BATTERY CONTACT(+)(-) BATTERY TERMINAL, BATTERY CONTACT(-)(+) CABINET COVER (for KXTS600LXB) CABINET COVER (for KXTS600LXW) RUBBER PARTS, FOOT CUSHION LID, BATTERY COVER (for KXTS600LXB) LID, BATTERY COVER (for KXTS600LXW) STAND, WALL MOUNT (for KXTS600LXB) STAND, WALL MOUNT (for KXTS600LXW) RUBBER PARTS, FOOT CUSHION NAME PLATE (for KX-TS600LXB) NAME PLATE (for KX-TS600LXW) RUBBER PARTS, MIC LEAD WIRE, FFC Remarks ABS-HB ABS-HB

PS-HB PS-HB

ABS-HB ABS-HB PS-HB PS-HB

15.1.2. Main P. C. Board Parts

15.1. Base Unit


15.1.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts
Ref. No. 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 Part No. PQAS57P03Z PQKM10704K2 PQKM10704K1 PQBH10043Z2 PQBH10043Z1 PQGP10298Z1 PQHR11185Z Part Name & Description SPEAKER CABINET BODY (for KXTS600LXB) CABINET BODY (for KXTS600LXW) BUTTON, HOOK (for KXTS600LXB) BUTTON, HOOK (for KXTS600LXW) PANEL, LCD OPTIC CONDUCTIVE PARTS, LED LENS Remarks

Ref. No. PCB1 IC1 IC201 IC302 IC303 IC304 IC501 IC601 IC802 IC903 IC905 Q1 Q101 Q103

Part No. PQWP1TS600LX C1CB00002315 C0ABBA000025 PQVIPS3238NT PQVIPS3327UT C0CBABE00023 PQVINJU7014R C1CA00000270 PQWITS600LXH MN101C77CKA4 C1CB00002116 2SD1819A B1ACGP000007 PQVT2N6517CA

Part Name & Description MAIN P.C. BOARD ASSY (RTL) (ICs) IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC (TRANSISTORS) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI)

Remarks

ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB ABS-HB

PS-HB

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Ref. No. Q104 Q107 Q108 Q109 Q110 Q201 Q302 Q303 Q304 Q401 Q405 Q406 Q421 Q423 Q426 Q491 Q492 Q493 Q501 Q502 Q602 Q852 Q853 Q921 Q922 Q923 Q924 Q925 Q926 Q930 Q931 Q932 Q935 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D102 D103 D104 D105 D106 D108 D202 D203 D301 D302 D303 D304 D308 D309 D401 D402 D501 D502 D503 D504 D550 D551 D552 D601 D602 D920 D921 D931 D932

Part No. B1CEGF000004 2SD1819A B1AAKD000013 2SD1819A 2SD1819A UN5213 2SD1819A 2SB1218A 2SD1819A B1GBJCFJ0003 2SD1819A 2SD1819A 2SD1819A B1GBJCJJ0003 2SD1819A UN5213 UN5213 UN5213 2SB1218A 2SD1819A UN5213 UN5213 UN5213 2SD1819A B1GBJCJJ0003 UN5113 UN5213 2SD1819A 2SD1819A UN5213 UN5213 UN5213 2SB1218A MA4300 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 PQVD1T4R1T PQVD1T4R1T PQVD1T4R1T PQVD1T4R1T MA111 MA111 MA4180 B0EAAD000001 MA4062 MA4180 MA111 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 MA723 MA700A B0EAAD000001 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 B0EAAD000001 B0EAAD000001 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111

Part Name & Description TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) TRANSISTOR(SI) (DIODES) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI)

Remarks

Ref. No. D933 D934 D935 D936 D940 LED804 CN401 CN402 JJ101 JJ102 CN801 S2 SW101

Part No. MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 MA111 PSVD1SRCT PQJJ1T030Z PQJJ1C001Z PQJJ1T029Z PQJJ1T029Z PQJS18X53Z K0D113B00082 PQSH2B105Z H0A327200132 H0D795400007 PQVCK3581N9Z ERDS1VJ682 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ124 ERJ3GEYJ822 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERDS2TJ683 ERDS2TJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ684 ERDS2TJ472 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ682 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ560 ERDS1TJ150 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ335 ERJ3GEYJ392 ERJ3GEYJ560 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ122 PQ4R10XJ825 PQ4R10XJ335 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ124 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ394 ERJ3GEYJ562 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ685 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ685 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ123 ERJ3GEYJ822 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ122

Part Name & Description DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) DIODE(SI) LED (JACKS AND CONNECTOR) JACK, HEADSET JACK, HANDSET JACK, MODULAR JACK, MODULAR CONNECTOR (SWITCHES) SLIDE SWITCH SWITCH, HOOK (CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS) CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (RESISTORS) 6.8K 18K 330K 120K 8.2K 47K 10K 68K 100K 100K 47K 680K 4.7K 47K 6.8K 10K 1K 0 15K 56 15 1K 3.3M 3.9K 56 330K 1.2K 8.2M 3.3M 1M 10K 120K 10K 390K 5.6K 18K 10K 4.7K 47K 2.2M 6.8M 100K 6.8M 22K 100K 100K 10K 10K 10K 12K 8.2K 3.3K 1.2K

Remarks S S S S S S

S S S

X801 X802 X803 R1 R2 R3 R4 R6 R7 R14 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R108 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129 R130 R141 R142 R143 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R301 R302 R303 R304 R310 R311 R312 R313 R314 R320 R401 R402 R403 R404

S S S

S S

S S S

S S S S S S

S S

S S S S S S S S S S S

S S S S

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Ref. No. R405 R406 R407 R408 R409 R410 R411 R412 R413 R421 R422 R423 R429 R430 R432 R434 R435 R436 R437 R440 R441 R442 R482 R483 R501 R502 R503 R504 R505 R506 R507 R508 R509 R510 R511 R512 R513 R514 R515 R516 R517 R550 R551 R552 R553 R554 R559 R563 R564 R600 R601 R602 R603 R604 R605 R606 R607 R608 R609 R610 R611 R612 R613 R614 R615 R617 R618 R619 R621 R622 R623 R665 R666

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ273 ERJ3GEYJ185 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ181 ERJ3GEYJ223 ERJ3GEYJ474 ERJ3GEYJ681 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ335 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ820 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ155 ERJ3GEYJ275 PQ4R10XJ334 PQ4R10XJ334 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ335 ERJ3GEYJ273 ERJ3GEYJ394 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ224 ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ185 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ101 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ272 ERJ3GEYJ153 ERJ3GEYJ272 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ225 ERJ3GEYJ303 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ275 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ182 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ472 ERJ3GEYJ222 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ823 ERJ3GEYJ393 ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ334 ERJ3GEYJ225

Part Name & Description 27K 1.8M 2.2K 180 22K 470K 680 0 100 2.2K 0 33K 0 47K 10K 3.3M 3.3K 82 15K 47K 100K 100K 1.5M 2.7M 330K 330K 330K 330K 330K 2.2K 330K 3.3M 27K 390K 1M 100K 1M 47K 10K 220K 1M 100K 68K 1.8M 3.3K 100 0 100K 100K 2.7K 15K 2.7K 3.3K 4.7K 2.2M 30K 68K 4.7K 2.7M 100K 18K 1.8K 100K 47K 10K 4.7K 2.2K 10K 82K 39K 18K 330K 2.2M

Remarks

S S

Ref. No. R667 R807 R808 R903 R904 R905 R921 R922 R923 R924 R926 R928 R929 R930 R931 R932 R934 R935 R936 R937 R938 R940 R941 R942 R943 R944 R945 R946 JA2 JA3 JA4 JP1 JP100 JP101 C1 C2 C3 C5 C6 C7 C8 C101 C102 C103 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C303 C304 C306 C308 C311 C402 C403 C404 C405 C406 C408 C414 C420

Part No. ERJ3GEYJ105 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ685 ERJ3GEYJ275 ERJ3GEYJ154 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ332 ERJ3GEYJ274 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ565 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ394 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ394 ERJ3GEYJ824 ERJ3GEYJ104 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ824 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEYJ685 ERJ3GEYJ333 ERJ3GEYJ102 ERJ3GEYJ103 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ6GEY0R00 F0C2E105A146 ECEA1HKA4R7 ECEA1HKSR22 ECJ1VB1H822K ECEA1HKA010 ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECKD2H681KB ECKD2H681KB ECUV1H103KBV ECA1CM221 ECEA1CKA100 ECEA1AU331 ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV0J105KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H183KBV ECEA1EK470 ECUV1C473KBV F2A0J4700011 ECUV1H222KBV ECUV1C473KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECA0JM102 ECUV1C333KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECA0JM102 ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECJ1VB1H221K ECUV1H183KBV ECEA1CKA100 ECUV1H153KBV

Part Name & Description 1M 100K 100K 6.8M 2.7M 150K 3.3K 3.3K 270K 0 47K 100K 5.6M 100K 390K 10K 0 390K 820K 100K 10K 820K 10K 10K 6.8M 33K 1K 10K 0 0 0 0 0 0 (CAPACITORS) 1 4.7 0.22 0.0082 1 0.1 0.01 680P 680P 0.01 220P 10 330 0.1 0.01 1 0.01 0.1 0.018 47 0.047 47 0.0022 0.047 0.1 0.001 0.033 0.01 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 220P 0.018 10 0.015

Remarks

S S

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KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

Ref. No. C421 C422 C424 C426 C435 C481 C501 C502 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 C517 C551 C552 C553 C557 C601 C602 C603 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610 C611 C612 C613 C614 C615 C616 C617 C618 C619 C620 C621 C622 C624 C660 C902 C903 C920 C921 C922 C923 C924 C925 C926 C927 C928 C929 C930 C933 C934 C935 C936 C937 C938 C941 C942 C943 E1 L1 PC2 PO101 SA101 T1

Part No. ECUV1H183KBV ECUV1H222KBV ECUV1H392KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECKD2H681KB ECKD2H681KB ECUV1H331JCV ECUV1H331JCV ECUV1H680JCV ECUV1H222KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H220JCV ECUV1C104KBV ECA0JM102 ECUV1C473KBV ECUV1C333KBV ECUV1H153KBV ECUV1C683KBV ECUV1C273KBV ECUV1E223KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECEA1HKA010 ECEA1HKA010 ECEA1HKS4R7 ECUV1C683KBV F2A0J4700011 F2A0J2200014 ECUV1C104KBV F2A0J4700011 ECEA1AKS330 ECEA1HKS4R7 ECUV1H223KBV ECEA0JKS101 ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H103KBV ECUV1H152KBV ECUV1H680JCV ECUV1C393KBV ECUV1H681JCV ECUV1H681JCV ECUV1H681JCV ECUV1H220JCV ECUV1H220JCV ECUV1H180JCV ECUV1H180JCV ECUV1C473KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H681JCV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1C104KBV ECUV1H123KBV ECJ1VB1H822K ECUV1H222KBV L5DCAYY00006 ELEV101KA 0N3181 PFRT002 PQVDDSS301L PQLT2D2A

Part Name & Description 0.018 0.0022 0.0039 0.1 0.1 0.01 680P 680P 330P 330P 68P 0.0022 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.01 0.01 0.01 22P 0.1 0.001 0.047 0.033 0.015 0.068 0.027 0.022 0.1 1 1 4.7 0.068 47 22 0.1 47 33 4.7 0.022 100 0.1 0.01 0.01 0.0015 68P 0.039 680P 680P 680P 22P 22P 18P 18P 0.047 0.1 0.1 680P 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.012 0.0082 0.0022 (OTHERS) LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY COIL PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER THERMISTOR VARISTOR (SURGE ABSORBER) TRANSFORMER

Remarks

15.1.3. Operational P. C. Board Parts


Ref. No. PCB2 Part No. PQWP2TS600MX Part Name & Description OPERATIONAL P.C.BOARD ASSY (RTL) (DIODES) LED (OTHERS) MICROPHONE CONNECTOR Remarks

LED801 S S S S MIC CN801

PSVD1SRCT PQJM122Z PQJS18X54Z

15.1.4. Accessories and Packing Materials


Note: (*1) You can download and refer to the Operating Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server.
Ref. No. A1 A2 S A2 A3 A3 A4 A5 S P1 P2 PQJA10153Z PQJXF0101Z PQJXF0102Z PQQX15003Z PQQX15575Y PQPH10076Y PQPK15049Z Part No. PQJA10075Z PQJA10153Y Part Name & Description CORD, TELEPHONE CORD, HANDSET (for KXTS600LXB) CORD, HANDSET (for KXTS600LXW) HANDLE / HANDSET (for KXTS600LXB) HANDLE / HANDSET (for KXTS600LXW) INSTRUCTION BOOK (for Spanish) (*1) INSTRUCTION BOOK (for Portuguese) (*1) PROTECTION COVER GIFT BOX Remarks

S S S

S S S

S S S S

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16 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


1. SW1: Hook switch. 2. SW2: Ringer selector. 3. DC voltage measurements are taken with electronic voltmeter from negative voltage line. 4. (Add 40 mA to telephone line from the loop simulator.) 5. Off-hook condition 6. No Mack: Handset Mode 7. This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with the development of new technology. 8. The shades area on this schematic diagram incorporates special features important for protection from fire and electrical shock hazards. 9. When servicing, it is essential that only manufactures specified parts be used for the critical components in the shaded areas of the schematic.

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KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

17 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (MAIN)

1 C603 R611 18K R612


C622 R619

2D2A T1 6

(1) (2)
NC C654 C655
C653 NC
LN 1

2 3
D651

IC601
28 RAX 27 RXI 26 RXO 25 ACF RR 1 ATX 2 TXI 3 TXO 4 TLI 5 TLO 6 RLI 7 RLO 8 MCI 9 MCO 10 CP1 11 CP2 12 XD1 13

K0.033 R606 30K R607 68K C609 K0.1


D652

8 NC 7 OS

2.2K
K0.1 10K

C615

IC651

VN 2 AD 3 NC 4

15K

NC

TP601

23 XDC 22 V-

C651

R653

NC

C620 R613 100K K0.022 R618


R617

R601

6.3V22 24 TP612 VLC

R605 2.2M R602 C606 C610 50V1 2.7K K0.068 R608 4.7K R609 2.7M C607 K0.022
R604 R603 4.7K 3.3K

R654 NC

6 VA 5 IF

NC

C619 25V4.7 C617 6.3V47 TP611 C616 K0.1

C608

C652

NC NC

R652 NC

C624

K0.01

K0.015 C602

TP604

4.7K

2.2K

21 VB 20 VCC 19 SKI 18 CS 17 AGC

C611 50V1 K0.027

R600
K0.047

R615

2.7K

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

10K

6.3V100

Q602
C621

C612 25V4.7
6.3V47 R610 100K C614

R614 C618 6.3V33 C601 6.3V1000 47K

TP602 SPH+ TP603 SP SPH-

16 V+ 15 SKO

C613 K0.068

In SP-PHONE mode (5.55V)


D601
R406 R410 470K R407 2.2K 1.8M

SKG 14

C605

D402

R405 C405 27K K0.1

D602
R667 1.0M

D401

Q406 C408 R409 22K


K0.01 C482 NC

C406 K220P C407

(10)

R411

R641 J85
R640 NC C640 NC

C481

680

180

R642 R643

C641 J51 NC 7 9 8 NC NC 10 S1-2

R408

NC 6 NC

C410 NC

K0.018

Q405

Q922

NC

(11) (18)
R404 C404 1.2K K0.1 R403 C403 3.3K K0.1 R402 C402 8.2K K0.1

D105
R320

KIN2 KIN3 Batt Low Detect Q932


D933 D932

Tone Detect Q931

330K 1.5M R666 R483 2.2M 2.7M


K0.01 C660 R904 2.7M R929 5.6M

Q930 R623 R622 R621 Q852 18K 39K 82K


R928100K

Q853
D931

D920

10K

KIN1

Headset Detect

Q303 R665 R482

KIN0

NC D930

Q493

Q492

Q491

R905

150K

K0.039 R938
R943

J9

D309 HOLD MUSIC R921


K1500P C902 C921

(19) (20) (21) (22)

NC R927

100K

K680P

K2200P

K680P

C922

C943

R944

33K

STB0 STB1 STB2 STB3

KIN5 KIN4 KIN3 KIN2 KIN1 KIN0

D926 10K R925 NC


R930

DTMF
C941 R941 R94210K K0.012 10K C942 K8200P

6.8M

R922 3.3K

Q925

VR901 R924
0

3.3K

KEYSTB3 48 KEYSTB2 47 KEYSTB1 46 KEYSTB0 45 SP_CS 44 RELAY 43 KEYIN5 42 KeyIN4 41 KeyIN3 40 KeyIN2 39 KeyIN1 38 KeyIN0 37 OPTION_STB 36 BACKUP 35 EEPROM_CLOCK 34 EEPROM_DATA

33

R926 47K

Q921

JP200

R441

JA2
SP_LED 1K R945

1 LSEIZ/PULSEMUTE 2 RX_MUTE 3 CLIP/DTMFCOInput 4 EX_HOOKDET 5 NC 6 AVdd 7 Vdd 8 OSC2 9 OSC1 10 Vss 11 XI 12 X0 13 MM0D 14 RESET 15 MODEM_DR 16

49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

TPV2 TPV1

LCD_RESET HOLDMUSIC LCD_CS SP_LED DC E R/W D7 D6 D5 D4 AVss

Bell_In 31 Batt_out 30 Hook_Sw 29 STOP 28 Wake_up 27 MODEM_STD 26 MODEM_SLP 25 DUMMY_RING 24 16: MODEM_DATA MODEM_FSKEN 23 17: MODEM_CLK PULSE 22 32: EEPROM_WP 49: KEYSTB4 BEEP 21 62: DTMF(PWM)/RU500Hz VOL_3 20 63: TX_MUTE VOL_2 19 64: ACK_Mute VOL_1 18

HOOK SW SW101-2

TP8
0

NC

JP100

1 A0 2 A1 3 A2 4 VSS

VCC 8 WP 7 SCK 6

TP7

R808 TP6 100K


R807 100K

R312

IC802

100K

32

Q923

Q302
R311 100K

GND NC

IC903

D940 100K
TPV3

TP5 TP4

R310 C304 VOUT 22K K0.033 10K 100K

IC303
VCC 2.7V

100K

STB4

(23) (24) (25) (26) (27)

Q304

Q426

R550 C517 K0.01

SOA 5 32K EEPROM

R314 R313

17

(28) (29) (30)


R940 820K C933 K680P

(31) (32) (33)


R946 C938 R935 10K K0.1 390K

R920
X802 32K

NC X803

14

11 10 9 8 7 6 5

R939

C934 K0.1
C924 J22P

C927 J18P C926 J18P TPRS C937 K0.1

TPNC

NC

13 TEST2

VSS

12

3.58M

C931 NC C932 NC

SLP/RST OSCO OSCI MODE RNGON RNGRC RNGDI CAP VREF GCFB INN INP

7.952MHz

X801

15 FSKE 16 DCLK 17 DATA 18 FDRN

C925 J22P

R937 100K C930 K0.1 R936 820K C552 K0.01


0

R933
D921

19

FCDN

NC R932
R931 390K

20 INTN 21 ALGO 22 ALGR 23 ALGRC 24 VDD

C929 K0.1
R934

J77

(36) (37) (38)

C935

K0.1

10K

4 C939 NC 3 2 1

C928 K0.047

RES 11

CS 10

E 8

R/W 7

D7 6

D6 5

D5 4

D4 3

GND 2

Vcc 1

DC 9

LCD

C936

LCD

K0.1

R551 68K D552

IC905

(39) (40) (41) (42)

JA4
SP_LED

KIN5 10

KIN4 11

KIN3 12

KIN2 13

KIN1 14

KIN0 15

MSG_LED 1

SP_LED 2

STB5 4

STB4 5

STB3 6

STB2 7

STB1 8

NC: No Components

STB0 9

GND 18

The voltage during ON-Hook is indicated. ( ) shows the voltage during OFF-Hook. Circuit current : 40mA

STB4

STB3

STB2

STB1

STB0

D935 KIN1

D936 KIN2

KIN5

KIN4

KIN3

CN801

D934 KIN0

NC 16

VDD

MIC 17

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(1) (2)

NC

S1-11 3
2 4 5 1 2 3

R14

10K

K0.01

K0.1

C8

C7

C3

47K

C5

VSS

50V0.22

K8200P

4 Q1 S2

R7

R4 6 HFO 120K 5

R3 LFO 4 330K

LFI 3

18K

C2 D1 50V10

R8 NC

R6 8.2K

C6

PC2

IC1
8 OUT 7 HFI VDD 1 CONT 2

50V1
3 4

R2

D3 JP1 0 D5 D6 LED804 LED ON SUB-PCB R180


16V220 47K C105 R110 NC NC

C1 CP1 D2 CP2 R1 6.8K 250V1.0

D4

Pulse break

R11 R10 NC
R13

Q2

NC

(10.2V)
TP101 C101
HOOK SW R101 SW101-1

NC R119 R120 1K C115 0

R130 C114

K0.018

10V47 C113

NC

R183

(3) (4) (5)


R131 NC

NC 1

NC NC D107
C116

PC1

Q101 L1 PO101 100u


SA101

0 R102
R108

JJ101 2 Tip1 1 Ring1 TEL-JACK JJ102 2 Tip2 1 Ring2 DATA-PORT


TP102

1.2K

Q108 R123 56

C109 K0.01

D104 18V

R125 1K

R127

R124

3.9K

R126

3.3M

NC

R109

15

(10)

330K

12K Q401 C401

K0.1

Q109 C111

C108
C10710V330 D1066.2V R122 NC C106

Q107 R117 6.8K

Q105
NC C181 R184

Q103
NC

R187

R401

C112

D103

NC

AGC

NC

NC

R182

(7) (8) (9)

15K

JP117 NC

Q106
Pulse Mute HOLD

Q102

68K

C117

4.7K

R121

NC

Q181

R188 NC

(6)

R116

R181

K680P(500V)

100K

D7 D9 D8 D10

16V10

R129

R128

K0.01
56

(11) (18)
~

NC

NC

(6.2V)

R111 10K

K1.0 R118

NC

R103 100K

C103 K0.01

K0.1

JP101

C110

C102 K680P(500V)

L2 0

R104 47K
R185

D102

NC

1M R141 D108

18V

NC R105

R437

R143

15K

Q182
8.2M
AGC

C104

680K

Q104

D308 C435

K0.1

Q110
IN_USE

VR402 C414 16V10 R412 0 2 3

R142

Headset Jack CN402

R435

R434

3.3K

3.3M

R421

2.2K

(19) (20) (21)


C903

3.3M

C429 NC

R429 0 C426 R432


R186 NC R430 47K

4 TPCN402 5
R413 100

(22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (36) (37) (38)
R552

R903 6.8M

C424

R423

J68P

R422
K0.018 C428

1 TP401 CN401 1 MIC(+) TP402 2 MIC(-) TP403 3 SP(+) 4 SP(-) HandSet

C421

NC

R436

K680P

270K

82

Q423

Q183

R440

47K

D203

C422

C923

R923

NC

K2200P

C427

VR401

R201 D306 10K C203


K0.047 5.6K C204 R206 R205 18K

C201 K0.047

D301

D303

Battery 4.5V
D304
R301 C308 6.3V1000 2.2M R303 100K
3 VSS 2 VDD 1 VOUT NC 5 NC 4

R442

100K

IC201
8 VCC 7 6 5 + + 1
6.3V47 C202 C303 6.3V1000 C311

IC304
5 VOUT VIN 1 VSS 2
K0.1

K0.015

Q421 C430

K0.1 10K

K3900P 33K

C420

K2200P R204

DCP JP2 JP3


C306 K0.01

2 3

390K

4 NC

NC 3

R209

R304

R207

10K

R202

C205 K0.1

Q201

JP5 DCM
C503330K

27K K2200P R508 C505 R507

C508 K0.1

R512 100K

R509 C506

68P 330K

8 7 6

1 2

1M

K330P D502

R505

330K

R503

IC501
B A

D501

D550

R564

100K

R501 330K R502 330K


D503

1M

R511

JA3
Q935

C551 K0.01

R517

3
R504 330K

100K
R553 1.8M 3.3K

R515 R514
C507 K0.1 220K C509 R513

R516

R510

K0.1

D551 R554

(39) (40) (41) (42)

R559

K22P Q926

K0.1

C557

C553
0

Handset & Headset Receiving Handset & Headset Sending Speaker Phone Receiving Speaker Phone Sending

DTMF CID

100

390K

10K 47K

1M

3.3M

Q502

2.2K

Q924

R506

NC: No Components KX-TS600 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (MAIN)

39

C504

Q501

D504 K330P

R563

K680P

10K R203

120K

C502

4.7K

IC302

JP4

C501 K680P

R208 D202

6.8M

6.8M

47K

3.3V

D302

GND 4

R302

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

18 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (OPERATION)


FOR TS620 MUTE KIN0
SP-PHONE

FUNCTION EXIT

ERASE_600 HOLD

Greeting

M1

M2

M3

OK

Erase_620

KIN1 * KIN2 7 KIN3 4 KIN4 1 CN801 ANS_LED LED802 MSG_LED 1 LED801 SP_LED MSG_LED SP_LED 2 VCC SP_LED VDD 3 STB5 STB5 4 STB4 STB4 5 STB3 STB3 6 STB2 STB2 7 STB1 STB1 8 STB0 STB0 9 KIN5 KIN5 10 KIN4 KIN4 11 KIN3 KIN3 12 KIN2 KIN2 13 KIN1 KIN1 14 KIN0 KIN0 15 NC 16 MIC 17 GND 18 MICP MICM MIC KIN5 2 3 KEYLOCK VOL_DOWN 5 6 FLASH VOL_UP 8 9 PAUSE
NAVI_LEFT

REDIAL

NAVI_RIGHT

STOP

MESSAGE

STB0

STB1

STB2

STB3

KX-TS600 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (OPERATION)

40

STB4

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

CN401 C428
J32

SW101 PbF C114 J79


GREEN YELLOW GREEN YELLOW J67 RING TIP JJ101 R124

J71

Q108 D104 B E C D107

YELLOW GREEN RED BLACK VR401


J16

PQUP11369Z CP1 D106


J81

J15 J18
J27 C414

A C107 J76 J78 J58


J44

CP2

J2 C427 VR402 VR901

C181 C202 J53


J80

R101 R180 J110 D203


JP5 JP4

Q181 E C B C105

J50 J57

J30

J14
J11 J208

J13
J42

RING TIP JJ102

R108 Q102 C B E E C B Q103 B EC Q106 Q101 B E Q104 X803


J94 J104 J109

E C B D601

J12 C401
J31

J46
J97

J23 D309 J45 J26

J41
D602 C611

D7 D9
D108

J49 J99 J105 J106 J91 J77 J75 J204 J69 J92
J83

J48 J65 J56


J52

C601

D651

L2 C502

L1
D8

C652

C612 J25
C618

CN801

19 CIRCUIT BOARD (MAIN)

R1 C1 PC1 D10 C2 D6 C3
J102 J108

C501

C651
D652

C614 J68 C621 J28

J90 J93 J96 D302 D308


JP3 JP2

J84

CP2 CP1 D1 D301 D303

D2

17
J64 J72 J89 J88 X802 X801 J63 J62 J61 J60 J59
J38

J37 C617

15

14

J19 J39

16

C615 C619 J33

D5

IC601
C610

19.1. Component View

1
D4 C303

D3

J3 J6 PC2 J43 D306 D304


J86

C308 C6

LCD
J107

J100

J103

J101

J98

J95

J87

D105
J29

J203

J55

J54

T1 11

J66

J47

S2

S1

J10

J201

J34 J17

J35 28

PbF

41
1

C102 SA101 C101

J22

PQUP11369Z

R102 J114

PO101

1 2 J1 J24

KX-TS600 CIRCUIT BOARD (MAIN) Component View


J70

CN402 C106

J36

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

TP402 TPCN402 A Q426 R421 TP401 R440 C420 R429 Q183 R123 TP2 Q201 C205 R185 R208 R122 D202 1 8 Q182
R202 R184 R207 C201

MIC

R442 C421 R422 C116 C117 R131 R432 R412 R436 C426 R903 C923 R923 C429 C482 C108 C430 Q421 4 5 C113 A R186 Q423 R125 R130 R209

R943 C943 C944Q925 R944 R942 C922 R941 C942 C921C941 R922 R926 R921 Q921 R925 C422 R423 R430 C424 R924 TP1 R182 R181

19.2. Flow Solder Side View

D401 C435 R411 R127 D402 R407 C410 Q406 Q109 R437 R409 R405 C408 R406 C407 C405 C405 C111 R128 C406 R441 R401 R410 Q405 Q401 R126 SP-PHONE Q922 R408 TP602 Q852

C931 C932 C938 12 C939 R110 D102 R946 R935 JA4 JP117 R937 C552 C930 R551 R109 D103 R932 Q924 R945 C929 R554 D920 R188 R104 C104 IC905 D551 R931 R105 C653 R187 R934 R129 C654 R117 R118 R652 C939R552 Q926 Q107 R654 C110 R142 D921 R501 R936R553 R933 R141 TP604 Q110 R504 1R564R559 C553 R111 5 R502 C928 4 D552 R653 Q602 R563 Q935 Q105 C504 D501 24 C936 IC651 R510 D504 MIC C557 JA3 C551 C624 D502 R550 R506 1 R505 D503 8 C655 R511 GND 4 R503 R13 5 R302 D550 R10 C507 VDD R610 C508 R508 IC501 C503 R507 R509 8 C622 1 C505 R512 C933 D932 R402 Q491 C506 R302 C937 Q501 R514 R513 R619 C613 C402 Q2 R11 Q492 R515 C509 R623 C926 R614 C927 R622 R604 R517 D932 Q502 4 5 TPRS R403 R603 Q493 TP603 TPV1 C157 R608 R3 R609 R301 C403 R516 16 C925 C924 C608 IC1 C602 C607 TPV2 C404R404 R666 R920 R2 R600 R605 R613 TP612 C7 TPV3 17 R621 R143 R930 R602 R618 8 1 C616 R615 C920 D940 C934 R4 R483 R606 R617 TPNC R938 R482 R601 TP601 C603 R612 C5 R667 R929 C609 C306 1 32 C605 5 1 C620 C902 R607 4 3 DCP R7 R611 IC304 C311 R606 Q853 IC302 IC903 Q930 3 4 C660 TP7 Q1 5 1 33 JP200 R312 R928R665 R304 R303 D931 R904 8 R808 Q302 Q304 D933 R311 D932 IC802 TP6 R310 R314 Q932 IC303 C304R313 R640 4 PBF 49 5 TP4 R807 Q931 48 JA2 Q823 R642 D930 R905 C641 TP5 C640 R6 R643 R641 C8 R8 R14 DCM 13 R320

C481

+
SP C109 C115 R119 R121 R120 R413 TP403 LED804 PQUP11369Z R434 C903 R435

PBF

IC201

C203 R204 R203 C204 R205 R201 R206

+
Q303

R183

R103 C103 JP101 R116 TP101

TP102

42
KX-TS600 CIRCUIT BOARD (MAIN) Flow Solder Side View

C935

PQUP11369Z

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

20 CIRCUIT BOARD (OPERATION)


20.1. Component View

PQUP11371Z PbF

17 CN801 18

1 2

MIC

KX-TS600 CIRCUIT BOARD (OPERATION) Component View

43

KX-TS600LXB / KX-TS600LXW

20.2. Flow Solder Side View


EXIT
ANS_ON_620

FUNCTION VOL_UP

ERASE_600

ERASE_620 KIN1 KIN5 M1 STB5

KEYLOCK

GREETING

LED802
TS620

NAVI_LEFT

OK

NAVI_RIGHT

VOL_DOWN STOP VCC STB2 ANS_LED M2 M3 MESSAGE

STB4 STB1 STB3

PQUP11371Z
1 2

KIN4 HOLD

KIN0

PbF

PAUSE

FLASH

SHARP

REDIAL

KIN2 CN801 SP_LED STB0 KIN3 MICM MICP MUTE

LED801

TS600 TS620

SP-PHONE

KX-TS600 CIRCUIT BORAD (OPERATION) Flow Solder Side View

44

H.M./N KXTS600LXB KXTS600LXW