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KM40603004CE

Telephone Equipment

KX-TG1100FXS
KX-TG1100FXT
KX-TG1102FXS
KX-TGA110FXS
KX-TGA110FXT
Digital Cordless Phone
Silver Version
Titanium Black Version
(for Central Europe)

2006 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All


rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

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
Page
1 ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free)

Page
10 THINGS TO DO AFTER REPLACING IC

39

1.1. Suggested PbF Solder

10.1. Base Unit

39

1.2. How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used

10.2. Handset

39

2 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS

11 RF SPECIFICATION

40

3 CAUTION

11.1. Base Unit

40

4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

11.2. Handset

40

4.1. Battery

12 HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER

40

4.2. Location of Controls

13 FREQUENCY TABLE (MHz)

41

4.3. Connections

14 BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

42

4.4. Guide to Settings

15 CIRCUIT OPERATION (BASE UNIT)

43

4.5. For Service Hint

11

15.1. Outline

43

12

15.2. Power Supply Circuit

44

5.1. Base Unit

12

15.3. Telephone Line Interface

45

5.2. Handset

13

15.4. Transmitter/Receiver

45

5.3. Charger Unit

14

15.5. Pulse Dialling

45

5 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

6 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

15

16 BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

46

6.1. Warning When Constructing the Base Unit

15

17 CIRCUIT OPERATION (HANDSET)

47

6.2. How to Replace the Handset LCD

16

17.1. Outline

47

7 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

17

17.2. Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit

47

7.1. Check Power

18

17.3. Charge Circuit

47

7.2. Check Battery Charge

19

17.4. Battery Low/Power Down Detector

47

7.3. Check Link

20

7.4. Check Handset Transmission

22

7.5. Check Handset Reception

22

19 SIGNAL ROUTE

49

7.6. Check Caller ID

22

20 CPU DATA (BASE UNIT)

50

7.7. Bell Reception

22

18 CIRCUIT OPERATION (CHARGER UNIT)


18.1. Power Supply Circuit

20.1. IC2 (BBIC)

8 TROUBLESHOOTING BY SYMPTOM (BASE UNIT AND

21 CPU DATA (HANDSET)

48
48

50
52

23

21.1. IC4 (BBIC)

52

8.1. Check Point (Base Unit)

23

22 ENGINEERING MODE

54

8.2. The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit)

28

22.1. Base Unit

54

8.3. Adjustment Standard (Base Unit)

30

22.2. Handset

56

8.4. Check Point (Charger Unit)

32

8.5. Adjustment Standard (Charger Unit)

32

23.1. PREPARATION

58

CHARGER UNIT)

23 HOW TO REPLACE THE FLAT PACKAGE IC

58

33

23.2. FLAT PACKAGE IC REMOVAL PROCEDURE

58

9.1. Check Point (Handset)

33

23.3. FLAT PACKAGE IC INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

59

9.2. The Setting Method of JIG (Handset)

36

23.4. BRIDGE MODIFICATION PROCEDURE

59

9.3. Adjustment Standard (Handset)

38

24 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS (BASE UNIT)

60

9 TROUBLESHOOTING BY SYMPTOM (HANDSET)

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25 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS (HANDSET)

61

30.1. Base Unit (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT))

71

26 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS (CHARGER UNIT)

62

30.2. Handset (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (HANDSET))

71

27 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS

63

30.3. Charger Unit (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (CHARGER UNIT))

27.1. KX-TG1100FXS/FXT

63

71

27.2. KX-TG1102FXS

64

28 TERMINAL GUIDE OF THE ICs, TRANSISTORS AND DIODES

31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

72

32 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

74

65

33 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (CHARGER UNIT)

76

28.1. Base Unit

65

34 CIRCUIT BOARD (BASE UNIT)

77

28.2. Handset

65

34.1. Component View

77

28.3. Charger Unit

65

34.2. Flow Solder Side View

78

29 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

35 CIRCUIT BOARD (HANDSET)

66

79

29.1. Base Unit

66

35.1. Component View

79

29.2. Handset

67

35.2. Flow Solder Side View

80

29.3. Charger Unit

68

29.4. Accessories and Packing Materials

68

36.1. Component View

81

29.5. Fixtures and Tools

68

36.2. Flow Solder Side View

81

30 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

71

36 CIRCUIT BOARD (CHARGER UNIT)

81

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

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-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

1.2.

How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used

(Example: Handset P.C.B.)

Marked

PbF

30
31

1
100

IC4

50
51

IC3

81
80

IC2
4

(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 and ground them.
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-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.1.

Battery

4.1.1.

Battery Installation

4.1.2.

Battery Charge

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

4.2.

Location of Controls

4.2.1.

Base Unit

4.2.2.

Handset

4.2.3.

Charger (KX-TG1102 only)

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

4.3.

Connections

4.3.1.

Base Unit

4.3.2.

Charger (KX-TG1102 only)

Note:
Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
Do not connect the AC adaptor to a ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of the adaptor may cause it to become
disconnected.

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

4.4.
4.4.1.

Guide to Settings
Base Unit

Cross Reference:
For Service Hint (P.11)

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

4.4.2.

Handset

Cross Reference:
For Service Hint (P.11)

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4.5.

For Service Hint

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5 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
5.1.

Base Unit

Shown in Fig.1
2

To Remove
Cabinet Cover
Main P.C. Board

Remove
Screws (2.6 12)..........(A) 2
Solders
Main P.C. Board

12

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5.2.

Handset

Shown in Fig.3
4
5

To Remove
Cabinet Cover
Main P.C. Board

Remove
Screws (2 8)..........(B) 2
Follow the procedure.
Screw (2 8)..............(C ) 3
Tape and Solders
Main P.C. Board

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

5.3.

Charger Unit

Shown in Fig.6
7

To Remove
Cabinet Cover
Main P.C. Board

Remove
Screws (2.6 14)..........(D) 2
Solders
Main P.C. Board

14

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

6 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
6.1.

Warning When Constructing the Base Unit


CHG terminal is properly fit in the cabinet.

OK

NG

Rib

CHG terminal comes out of rib by pulling black lead wire when opening the cabinet and turning
the PCB over. The terminal cannot have enough elastic force, cannot have good contact with
handset, and it will result in charge problem.

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

6.2.

How to Replace the Handset LCD

16

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

7 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Flow Chart

Cross Reference:
Check Power (P.18)
Bell Reception (P.22)
Check Battery Charge (P.19)
Check Link (P.20)
Check Handset Transmission (P.22)
Check Handset Reception (P.22)
SIGNAL ROUTE (P.49)
Check Caller ID (P.22)

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7.1.
7.1.1.

Check Power
Base Unit

Is the AC Adaptor inserted into AC outlet? (Check AC Adaptors specification.)

Note:

Cross Reference

BBIC is IC2.

Power Supply Circuit (P.44)

7.1.2.

Handset

Note:

Cross Reference
Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P.47)

BBIC is IC4.

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

7.2.
7.2.1.

Check Battery Charge


Base Unit

Cross Reference:
Power Supply Circuit (P.44)

7.2.2.

Handset

Note:

Cross Reference:

BBIC is IC4.

Check Power (P.18)


Charge Circuit (P.47)

7.2.3.

Charger Unit

Cross Reference:
Power Supply Circuit (P.48)

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

7.3.
7.3.1.

Check Link
Base Unit

Cross Reference:
Power Supply Circuit (P.44)
Check Point (Base Unit) (P.23)
Note:
(*1) Refer to TROUBLESHOOTING BY SYMPTOM (BASE UNIT AND CHARGER UNIT) (P.23).

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7.3.2.

Handset

Cross Reference
Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit (P.47)
Check Point (Handset) (P.33)
Note:
(*1) Refer to TROUBLESHOOTING BY SYMPTOM (HANDSET) (P.33).

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

7.4.

Check Handset Transmission

Cross Reference:
SIGNAL ROUTE (P.49)

7.5.

Check Handset Reception

Cross Reference:
HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER (P.40).
SIGNAL ROUTE (P.49)

7.6.

Check Caller ID

Cross Reference:
SIGNAL ROUTE (P.49)

7.7.
7.7.1.

Bell Reception
Handset

Cross Reference:

Note:

Telephone Line Interface (P.45)

BBIC is IC4.

Check Link (P.20)


HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER (P.40)

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8 TROUBLESHOOTING BY SYMPTOM (BASE UNIT AND


CHARGER UNIT)
If your unit has below symptoms, follow the instructions in remedy column. Remedies depend on whether you have DECT tester
(*1) or not.

Note:
(*1) A general repair is possible even if you dont have the DECT tester because it is for confirming the levels, such as Acoustic
level in detail.
(*2) Refer to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.23)

8.1.

Check Point (Base Unit)

Please follow the items below when BBIC or EEPROM is replaced.


Note:
After the measuring, suck up the solder of TP.
*: PC Setting (P.28) is required beforehand.
The connections of simulator equipments are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Base Unit) (P.30).
Items

Adjustment
Point
-

Procedure

(A)

2.65V Supply
Confirmation

1. Confirm that the voltage between TP187 and GND is 2.65V 0.2V.

(B)

4.0V Supply
Confirmation

1. Confirm that the voltage between TP91 and GND is 4.0V 0.2V.

(C)

VBACK Status
Confirmation

1. Confirm that the voltage between J102 and GND is 0V 0.4V.

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Check or
Replace Parts
IC2, Q8, C23,
C24, C25,
C31, C26,
C27, C38,
R33, R36, D5,
C41, R41,
R42, Q9, C40,
D4, X1, C32,
C33, C36, C37
D4, C40, Q9,
R41, R42,
C41, D5, C75,
C78, C69,
C66, C67,
C76, IC3
IC2, Q8, C23,
C24, C25,
C31, C26,
C27, C38,
R33, R36, D5,
C41, R41,
R42, Q9, C40,
D4, R33, X1,
C32, C33

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Items
(D)*

BBIC Confirmation

Adjustment
Point
-

Procedure
1. BBIC Confirmation (Execute the command getchk).
2. Confirm the returned checksum value.

Check or
Replace Parts
IC2, X1, C32,
C33

Connection of checksum value and program number is shown below.

(E)* BBIC Clock Adjustment


(Important)

TP1

1. Execute the command deactmac.


2. Execute the command conttx.

IC2, IC3, L1,


C48, X1, C32,
C33, L5

3. Input Command rdeeprom 00 00 02, then you can confirm the current value.

(F)* Hookswitch Check with


DC Characteristics

4. Adjust the frequency of TP1 executing the command setfreq 00 xx (where xx


is the value) so that the reading of the frequency counter is 10.368000MHz
10Hz.
1. Connect J1 (Telephone Socket) to Tel-simulator which is connected with 600
.
2. Set line voltage to 48V at on-hook condition and line current to 40mA at offhook condition of normal telephone.

IC2, R7, R8,


R9, R10, R77,
Q2, Q3, D2,
C1, C2

3. Execute the command hookoff.


4. Confirm that the line current is 40mA 5mA.
5. Execute the command hookon.
(G)* DTMF Generator Check

6. Confirm that the line current is 0mA + 2mA.


1. Connect J1 (Telephone Socket) to DTMF tester.
2. Execute the command hookoff and dtmf_up.
3. Confirm that the high frequency (1477.06Hz) group is -6.5dBm ~ -9.5dBm.
4. Execute the command dtmf_lo.
5. Confirm that the low frequency (852.05Hz) group is -9.0dBm ~ -12.0dBm.

(H)*

Transmitted Power
Confirmation

Remove the Antenna before starting steps from 1 to 5.


1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;
<Setting>
Short TP10 and GND
(After the checking, disconnect the wiring between them.)
Test mode: FP
Traffic Channel: 5
Traffic Slot: 4
Mode: Loopback

IC2, R32, C22,


R23, C80,
C14, C13, Q6,
R22, R21,
R19, R20,
C12, D2, C1,
C2, R77, D3,
R12, Q2, R7,
R8, R9, R10,
Q3
IC2, IC3, L1,
C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38

PMID: 00000
2. Execute the command testmode.
3. Initiate connection from DECT tester. (set up connect)
4. Execute the command ANT 1.
(I)*

Modulation Check and


Adjustment

ANT

5. Confirm that the NTP value at ANT is 20dBm ~ 25dBm.


Follow steps 1 to 3 of (H) above.
4. Confirm that the B-Field Modulation is 340kHz/div ~ 402kHz/div using data
type Fig31.
5. Adjust the B-Field Modulation if required. (Execute the command readmod
and wrtmod xx, where xx is the value.)

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IC2, IC3, L1,


C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Items

Adjustment
Procedure
Point
(J)* Frequency Offset Check
Follow steps 1 to 3 of (H).
4. Confirm that the frequency offset is -50kHz ~ +50kHz.

(K)*

Sensitivity Receiver
Confirmation

Follow steps 1 to 3 of (H).


4. Set DECT tester power to -88dBm.
5. Confirm that the BER is < 1000ppm.

(L)*

Timing Confirmation

Follow steps 1 to 3 of (H).


4. Confirm that the Timing accuracy is < 2.0ppm.

(M)*

RSSI Level
Confirmation

Follow steps 1 to 3 of (H).


4. Set DECT tester power to -88dBm.
5. Execute the command readrssi.
6. Confirm: 25 < returned value < 43 (hex) (34 F (hex))

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Check or
Replace Parts
IC2, IC3, L1,
C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38
IC2, IC3, L1,
C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38
IC2, IC3, L1,
C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38
IC2, IC3, L1,
C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Items
(N)*

Receive Audio Check


and Adjustment

Adjustment
Point
ANT
J1

Procedure
1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;
<Setting>
Test mode: FP
Mode: Normal
PMID: 00000
2. Execute the command testmode.
3. Initiate connection from DECT tester.
4. Execute the command hookoff.
5. Execute the command openau.
6. Connect J1 (Telephone Socket) to Tel-simulator which is connected with 600
.
7. Set line voltage to 48V and line current to 40mA.
8. Connect DECT tester to Tel-simulator.

Check or
Replace Parts
IC2, C21, R31,
C20, C11,
R18, R16, D3,
R12, Q2, R7,
R8, Q3, R9,
R10, D2, C1,
C2, R77, IC3,
L1, C43, C78,
C75, C69,
C48, C72,
C66, C67,
C76, C57,
C73, L3, DA1,
R66, R67,
C55, C56,
R78, R79,
C54, C58,
C86, R38

9. Input audio signal (200mVrms/1kHz tone) to Tel-simulator.


<DECT tester setting>
Scramble: On
AF Gen. to ADPCM: Off
AF Meter Input: ADPCM
AF Gen. Frequency: 1000Hz
AF Gen. Level: 200mVrms
10. Confirm hearing tone: 300mVrms 100mVrms
11. Adjust audio level if required. (Make sure current value using getmicgain. And
then execute the command setmicgain xx, where xx is the value.)
(O)* Transmit Audio Check
and Adjustment

ANT
J1

12. Confirm that the B-field audio distortion with DECT tester is < 5%.
1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;
<Setting>
Test mode: FP
Mode: Normal
PMID: 00000
2. Execute the command testmode.
3. Initiate connection from DECT tester.
4. Execute the command hookoff.
5. Execute the command openau.
6. Connect J1 (Telephone Socket) to Tel-simulator which is connected with 600
.
7. Set line voltage to 48V and line current to 40mA.
8. Input audio signal (30mVrms/1kHz tone) to DECT tester.
<DECT tester setting>
Scramble: On

IC2, R32, C22,


R23, C80,
C14, C13,
R22, R21, Q6,
R18, R19,
R20, C12, D2,
C1, C2, R77,
R16, D3, R12,
Q2, R7, R8,
R9, R10, Q3,
IC3, L1, C43,
C78, C75,
C69, C48,
C72, C66,
C67, C76,
C57, C73, L3,
DA1, R66,
R67, C55,
C56, R78,
R79, C54,
C58, C86, R38

AF Gen. to ADPCM: On
AF Meter Input: AF Voltm
AF Gen. Frequency: 1000Hz
AF Gen. Level: 30mVrms
9. Confirm hearing tone: 330mVrms 100mVrms.
10. Adjust audio level if required. (Make sure current value using getspkrgain.
And then execute the command setspkrgain xx, where xx is the value.)
(P)

Charging Check

11. Confirm that the audio distortion at 600R of Tel-simulator is < 5%.
1. Connect Charge Contact 12/2W resistor between charge+ and charge-.
2. Measure and confirm voltage across the resistor is 2.3V 0.2V.

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D4, R43, R44

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Items
(Q)*

Audio Check

Adjustment
Point
-

Procedure
1. Link with Handset.
2. Set line voltage to 48V and line current to 40mA.
3. Input -45dBm/1kHz to MIC of Handset.
Measure the Level at Line I/F and distortion level.
4. Confirm that the level is -9 2dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at TEL
Line (600 Load).
5. Input -20dBm/1kHz to Line I/F.
Measure the level at Receiver of Handset and distortion level
(*Receive volume set to second position from minimum).
6. Confirm that the level is -23 2dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at
Receiver (Volume Middle, 150 Load).

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Check or
Replace Parts

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

8.2.

The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit)

8.2.1.
8.2.1.1.

Preparation
Equipment Required

DECT tester: Rohde & Schwarz, CMD 60 is recommended.


Frequency counter: it must be precise to be able to measure 1Hz (precision; 4ppm).
Hewlett Packard, 53131A is recommended.
DC power: it must be able to output at least 1A current under 9V.
Digital multi-meter (DMM): it must be able to measure voltage and current.
Oscilloscope

8.2.1.2.

JIGs and PC

EEPROM serial JIGs


1. I2C PCB: PQZZTCD420BX
2. RS232C cable: PQZZ1CD705BX
3. Clip cable: PQZZ2CD705BX
4. DC cable: PQZZ3CD705BX
PC which runs in DOS mode
Batch file CD-ROM for setting: PQZZTG1100FX

8.2.2.
8.2.2.1.

PC Setting
Connections

Connect the AC adaptor to J2 (base unit).


Connect the RS232C cable to the Serial Port of PC.
Connect the DC cable to the DC Power.
Connect the Clip cable GND.
Connect the Clip cable SCL and SDA.

Note:
*: Com port names may vary depending on what your PC calls it.

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8.2.2.2.

PC Setting

Note:
***** varies depending on the country.
See the table below for frequently used commands.
Command name
rdeeprom

Function
Read the data of EEPROM

readid
writeid
setfreq
hookoff
hookon
Getchk
Wreeprom
InitBsPIN.bat

Read ID (RFPI)
Write ID (RFPI)
adjust Frequency of RFIC
off-hook mode on Base
on-hook mode on Base
Read checksum
write eeprom
Initial Base PIN to 0000

Example
Type rdeeprom 00 00 FF, and the data from address 00 00 to FF is
read out.
Type readid, and the registered ID is read out.
Type writeid 00 18 E0 0E 98, and the ID 0018 E0 0E 98 is written.
Type setfreq nn nn.
Type hookoff.
Type hookon.
Type getchk.
Type wreeprom 01 23 45. 01 23 is address and 45 is data to be written.
Type initBsPIN

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Adjustment Standard (Base Unit)

MIC

6.3V47F

30

AF
OSC

Q5

R15

R14

Q4

R11

C9

S1

Q1

D1

RLY1

JMP5

R25

C15

R13

D8

D7

C60

R8
C6

D3

C77

D2

C4

R77 C3

R92

C7

R74

R5
C5
R3

R53

Q3

R2
R70
R73

R4

R1
R6

R82
C74

R81

SA1

JMP2

C16
R20

C62

Q11

D10

R9

R54
C49

KXTCD150H/KXTG1100H

C12

J1

Q8

C103

C24

X1

C33
C32

16
17
R61
C31
R30

C20

C19
C18

C30
C29

C25

D4

C36
R57
C35
C34

C40

C97

C23

R59
D5

JMP1

R35

D11

R72

R71

JMP4 JMP3

C10
R26 R10
Q7
R91 R24
R27
D6 C79
C14
R23
C13
R22
R32
C80
R21
C22
B
R16
C11
Q6 C
R18
R17
E
R56
C51
R19
R55
R28

C17

D12

D13

L2

R12

B C E
Q2

R7

C1

C2

C63

JMP8

JMP7

JMP6

R85

64

C37

32 33

C43

11

R52

R33

C27

C47

C81

IC3

58

C87

C91

Q10

C92

D9

C90 C95

C107

C106

R67 C105

C48

R89

L1

IC1

C38
R36

C50

C94

C93

C68

L4 R38

C53

PQUP11175W

C26

49
48

R58

C101

C5

A201

L59

R68

18

A202

C89

R88

C88

R87

C72

C67 C86

C66

28 C56
C76

DECT Tester
CMD60

(H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (M)

C59
C71

CN4

R44

R43

L
DA1
R79
C73
R78
C70
L3
ANT
C57 C83
C55
L83
L85
R66 1
C58

R42
R41

C102

Q9

C100
C98

PbF

IC2

R29
R31
C21
C28

L5

C41

C42

J2

C96

C78
C69

(H) - (M) is referred to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.23)

Dummy
Handset

150

SP

AF VOLT
METER

OSC

Component View

C84
C82

Note:

8.3.1.

When connecting the Simulator Equipments for checking, please refer to below.

8.3.

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

R90

31

LOOP
Simulator

GND

TP45

OSC

AF VOLT
METER

CHARGE

TP39

TP45

(*1) Refer to Connections (P.28)

TP3

TP3

(A) - (P) is referred to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.23)

Note:

AF
OSC

BELL
Simulator
600

Call - ID
Simulator

(G) DTMF
Tester

Digital
Volt Meter

Flow Solder Side View

TP50

TP40

TP40

TP5

TP97

TP82

TP90

TP101

TP89

TP101
DC POWER
6V

GND

TP2
2

TP187

TP187

Digital
Volt Meter

GND

(A)

(C)

(B)

TP91

TP91

C99

Digital
Volt Meter

GND

TP188

TP1

CHARGE

GND

(*1) Digital
Volt Meter

I2C PCB
(JIG)
VBACK
SDA
SCL GND

PC

(D) (E) (F) (G)


(H) (N) (O)

GND
VBACK
SCL
SDA
+2.65V

PbF

8.3.2.

TP10

GND

GND

TP10

GND

TP1

12
2w

CHARGE+

(H)

Frequency
Counter

(E)

Digital
Volt Meter

(P)

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

8.4.

Check Point (Charger Unit)


Items

(A)

Charging Check

Adjustment
Point
-

Procedure

Check or
Replace Parts
D1, R1, R2

1. Connect Charge Contact 12/2W resistor between charge+ and charge-.


2. Measure and confirm voltage across the resistor is 2.7V 0.2V.

Note:
After the measuring, suck up the solder of TP.
The connection of adjustment equipment are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Charger Unit) (P.32).

8.5.

Adjustment Standard (Charger Unit)

When connecting the Simulator Equipments for checking, please refer to below.

8.5.1.

Flow Solder Side View

R2

R1

TP3
TP4

PbF
(A)
Digital Volt Meter

12/2W

TP1

TP2

PQUP11205Z
Note:
(A) is referred to Check Point (Charger Unit) (P.32)

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9 TROUBLESHOOTING BY SYMPTOM (HANDSET)


If your unit has below symptoms, follow the instructions in remedy column. Remedies depend on whether you have DECT tester
(*1) or not.

Note:
(*1) A general repair is possible even if you dont have the DECT tester because it is for confirming the levels, such as Acoustic
level in detail.
(*2) Refer to Check Point (Handset) (P.33)

9.1.

Check Point (Handset)

Please follow the items below when BBIC or EEPROM is replaced.


Note:
After the measuring, suck up the solder of TP.
*: PC Setting (P.36) is required beforehand.
The connections of simulator equipments are as shown in Adjustment Standard (Handset) (P.38).
Items
(A)

4.0V Supply
Confirmation

Adjustment
Point
-

Procedure
1. Confirm that the consumption current is < 200mA, that is, there is no short
circuit.
2. Confirm that the voltage between TP4V and GND is 4.1V 0.2V.

(B)

VBACK Status
Confirmation

1. Confirm that the voltage between VBACK and GND is 0V 0.4V.

(C)*

BBIC Confirmation

1. BBIC Confirmation (Execute the command getchk).


2. Confirm the returned checksum value.

Check or
Replace Parts
IC4, F1, R21,
R4, C1, L2,
D1, C15, C33,
C34, C14, Q1,
R111, R2,
C26, X1, C16,
C17
IC4, F1, R21,
R4, C1, L2,
D1, C15, C33,
C34, C14, Q1,
R111, R2,
C26, X1, C16,
C204
IC4, X1, C16,
C204

Connection of checksum value and program number is shown below.

(D) Charge Control Check &


Charge Current Monitor
Check

1. Apply 6V between TP20(+) and TP21(-) with current limit of PSU to 250mA.
2. Confirm that the charge current is ON/OFF.
3. SW to decrease current limit of PSU to 100mA.

(E)* Charge Detection (OFF)


Check

4. Confirm that the charge current is stable.


1. Stop supplying 6V to TP20(+) and TP21(-).
2. Execute the command charge.
3. Confirm that the returned value is 00 (hex).

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IC4, D2, L4,


L5, Q2, Q3,
R6, C26, F1,
R21, R4, C1
IC4, D2, L4,
L5, Q2, Q3,
R6, C26, F1,
R21, R4, C1

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Items

Adjustment
Point
(F)* Battery Monitor Check &
Adjustment (Important)

Procedure
1. Apply 2.3V 0.005V between TP3(+) and TP4(-) with DC power.
2. Execute the command deactmac to stabilize the value.
3. Then, execute the command readbatt. The returned value is XX.

Check or
Replace Parts
IC4, D2, L4,
L5, Q2, Q3,
R6, C26, F1,
R21, R4, C1

4. Confirm that XX is between 98 and A8.


98 < XX < A8 (Hex)
(G)

Battery Low
Confirmation (Important)

(If XX is out of range, change BBIC)


1. Apply 2.40V between TP3(+) and TP4(-).
2. Confirm that there is no Speaker sound (Battery low alarm).
3. Apply 2.20V between TP3(+) and TP4(-).

(H)* BBIC Clock Adjustment


(Important)

TP19

4. Confirm that there is Speaker sound (Battery low alarm).


1. Apply 2.6V between TP 3(+) and TP 4(-) with DC power.
2. Execute the command deactmac.

IC4, F1, R21,


R4, C1, R103,
R110, D102,
Q104,
BUZZER
IC4, L3, C57,
IC3, X1, C16,
C204

3. Execute the command conttx.


4. Input Command rdeeprom 00 01 01", then you can confirm the current value.

(I)*

Transmitted Power
Confirmation

TP15

5. Adjust the frequency of TP19 executing the command setfreq 00 xx (where xx


is the value) so that the reading of the frequency counter is 10.368000MHz
10Hz.
Remove the Antenna before starting steps from 1 to 5.
IC4, IC3, C54,
1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;
L3, C57,
R112, R18,
<Setting>
C61, C58
Test mode: PP
RFPI: 0102030405
Traffic Channel: 5
Traffic Slot: 4
Mode: Loopback
2. Execute the command testmode.
3. Execute the command regcmd60.
4. Initiate connection from DECT tester.

(J)* Modulation Check and


Adjustment

TP15

(K)*

Frequency Offset
Confirmation

(L)*

Sensitivity Receiver
Confirmation

(M)*

Timing Confirmation

(N)*

RSSI Level
Confirmation

5. Confirm that the NTP value at A201 (TP15) is 20dBm ~ 25dBm.


Follow steps 1 to 4 of (I) above.
5. Confirm that the B-Field Modulation is 340kHz/div ~ 402kHz/div using data
type Fig31.

IC4, IC3, C54,


L3, C57,
R112, R18,
C61, C58

6. Adjust the B-Field Modulation if required. (Execute the command Readmod


and Writemod xx, where xx is the value.)
Follow steps 1 to 4 of (I) above.
IC4, IC3, C54,
5. Confirm that the frequency offset is -50kHz ~ +50kHz.
L3, C57,
R112, R18,
C61, C58
Follow steps 1 to 4 of (I) above.
IC4, IC3, C54,
5. Set DECT tester power to -88dBm.
L3, C57,
R112, R18,
6. Confirm that the BER is < 1000ppm.
C61, C58
Follow steps 1 to 4 of (I) above.
IC4, IC3, C54,
5. Confirm that the Timing accuracy is < 2.0ppm.
L3, C57,
R112, R18,
C61, C58
Follow steps 1 to 4 of (I) above.
IC4, IC3, C54,
5. Set DECT tester power to -88dBm.
L3, C57,
R112, R18,
6. Execute the command readrssi.
C61, C58
7. Confirm: 25 < returned value < 43 (hex) (34 F (hex))

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Items
(O)*

Receive Audio Check


and Confirmation

Adjustment
Point
TP15

Procedure
1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;
<Setting>
Test mode: PP
Mode: Normal

Check or
Replace Parts
IC4, C67, C68,
D7, D6, IC3,
C54, L3, C57,
R112, R18,
C61, C58

RFPI: 0102030405
2. Execute the command testmode.
3. Execute the command regcmd60.
4. Initiate connection from DECT tester.
5. Execute the command openaudio.
6. Confirm that the value of EEPROM address F3F is 02. (If the value is not
02 (by User), set 02 and power off and power on, and return to clause 2.)
7. Input audio signal (50mVrms/1kHz tone) from DECT tester.
<DECT tester setting>
Scramble: On
AF Gen. to ADPCM: On
AF Meter Input: AF Voltm
AF Gen. Frequency: 1000Hz
AF Gen. Level: 50mVrms
8. Confirm hearing tone: 300mVrms 250mVrms (Just check Audio path)
(P)*

Transmit Audio Check


and Confirmation

TP15

9. Confirm that the audio distortion with DECT tester is < 5%.
1. Configure the DECT tester (CMD60) as follows;
<Setting>
Test mode: FP
Mode: Normal
RFPI: 0102030405
2. Execute the command testmode.
3. Execute the command regcmd60.
4. Initiate connection from DECT tester.
5. Execute the command openaudio.
6. Confirm that the value of EEPROM address F3F is 02. (If the value is not
02 (by User), set 02 and power off and power on, and return to clause 2.)
7. Input audio signal (30mVrms/1kHz tone) to DECT tester.
<DECT tester setting>
Scramble: On
AF Gen. to ADPCM: Off
AF Meter Input: ADPCM
AF Gen. Frequency: 1000Hz
AF Gen. Level: 30mVrms
8. Confirm hearing tone: 300mVrms 250mVrms (Just check Audio path)

(Q)

Audio Check and


Confirmation

9. Confirm that the audio distortion with DECT tester is < 5%.
1. Link to BASE which is connected to Line Simulator.
2. Set line voltage to 48V and line current to 40mA.
3. Input -45dBm/1KHz to MIC and measure Line output level.
4. Confirm that the level is -9 2dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at TEL
Line (600 Load).
5. Input -20dBm/1KHz to Line I/F and measure Receiving level at SP+ and SP-.
6. Confirm that the level is -23 2dBm and that the distortion level is < 5% at
Receiver. (vol = middle, 150 Load)

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IC4, C8, R7,


R8, C6, C7,
C5, R5, R1,
C4, IC3, C54,
L3, C57,
R112, R18,
C61, C58

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

9.2.

The Setting Method of JIG (Handset)

9.2.1.
9.2.1.1.

Preparation
Equipment Required

DECT tester: Rohde & Schwarz, CMD 60 is recommended.


Frequency counter: it must be precise to be able to measure 1Hz (precision; 4ppm).
Hewlett Packard, 53131A is recommended.
DC power: it must be able to output at least 1A current under 2.4V for Handset, 9V for JIG.
Digital multi-meter (DMM): it must be able to measure voltage and current.
Oscilloscope

9.2.1.2.

JIGs and PC

EEPROM serial JIGs


1. I2C PCB: PQZZTCD420BX
2. RS232C cable: PQZZ1CD705BX
3. Clip cable: PQZZ2CD705BX
4. DC cable: PQZZ3CD705BX
PC which runs in DOS mode.
Batch file CD-ROM for setting: PQZZTG1100FX

9.2.2.
9.2.2.1.

PC Setting
Connections

Connect the DC Power or Battery to TP3 and TP4 (Handset).


Connect the RS232C cable to the Serial Port of PC.
Connect the DC cable to the DC Power.
Connect the Clip cable GND.
Connect the Clip cable SCL and SDA.

Note:
*: Com port names may vary depending on what your PC calls it.

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9.2.2.2.

PC Setting

Note:
***** varies depending on the country.
See the table below for frequently used commands.
Command name
rdeeprom

Function
Read the data of EEPROM

readid
writeid
setfreq
Getchk
Wreeprom

Read ID (RFPI)
Write ID (RFPI)
adjust Frequency of RFIC
Read checksum
write eeprom

Example
Type rdeeprom 00 00 FF, and the data from address 00 00 to FF is
read out.
Type readid, and the registered ID is read out.
Type writeid 00 18 E0 0E 98, and the ID 0018 E0 0E 98 is written.
Type setfreq nn nn.
Type getchk.
Type wreeprom 01 23 45. 01 23 is address and 45 is data to be written.

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Adjustment Standard (Handset)

38

R26
C68

4.0V

VBACK

SDA
SCL

TP6

(*1) Refer to Connections (P.36)

C67 D7

OSC

AF
Volt Meter

150

REV+
TP2

TP2

(A) - (P) is referred to Check Point (Handset) (P.33)

BUZ

REVTP1

C66
C201 C203
C202

(C) (E) (F) (H)


(I) (O) (P)

C34

4.0V

C60

Digital
(A)
Volt Meter

GND

TP19
Frequency
(H)
Counter

GND

C57
L3

Digital
(B)
Volt Meter

VBACK

REV

TP19

Note:

D4

PC

VBACK+

GND

D6
R27

IC3

GND

TP15

GND

(D) Oscilloscope

C5

GND

C21

PQUP11406Z

D3

LED102

D102

SCL

IC2

C15

C116

C27

TP102

TP101

TP1

SDA

R5
R1
C3
GND

R11

Q104

A201

Current
Probe

C204 C26 C28 C29 C8


8

C22

Q4

C14

C54
C62
R18
R112

R17

C65

TP15

C71

(D)

TP6

R6
R101

R2

TP22

81
80

D1

R4

50
51

R102

Q1

R111

LED101

R110

C7 R8
R7 C30

IC4

1
100

L2

TP17

R21

C32

GND

TP16

C64 C61 C56 C55

DC
6V

L5

F1

MIC+

Q3
C4
C6

Q2

30
31

C20

KX-TG1100/KX-TGA110

BAT

TP17

C108

(D) (E)

TP5
C16 C23

BATT
TP23

TP23

DECT Tester
CMD60

(I) (J) (K) (L)


(M) (N) (O) (P)

C58

6.3V47 F

C1
C24

R12

MIC-

D5

L4

R19

D2

X1

BATTERY+

C18

+ MIC+

BATTERY-

TP22

Batt Low Check


2.3V

Power Key

PbF

MIC-

TP5

600

AF
OSC

DC POWER
2.30 - 2.60V

Talk Key

R113

AF
Generator

Dummy Base
Unit

LOOP
Simulator

AF VOLT
METER

OSC

(F) (G)

When connecting the Simulator Equipments for checking, please refer to below.

9.3.

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

C33

TP16
R103

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

10 THINGS TO DO AFTER REPLACING IC


Cautions:
Since this page is common to each country, it may not apply to some models in your country. The contents below are the
minimum adjustments required for operation.

10.1. Base Unit


Before doing the following adjustment, be sure to do PC Setting (P.28) in The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit).
BBIC
EEPROM

IC
Programs for Voice processing, interface for RF and
EEPROM
Adjustment parameter data
(country version batch file, default batch file, etc.)

Necessary Adjustment
1. Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (E). (*1)
1. Default batch file: Execute the command Default4KB.
2. Country version batch file: Execute the command
1100XXvYY. (*2)
3. Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (E). (*1)

Note:
(*1) Refer to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.23)
(*2) XX: country code, YY: revision number
XX and YY vary depending on the country version. You can find them in the batch file, PQZZ- mentioned in JIGs and PC
(P.28).

10.2. Handset
Before doing the following adjustment, be sure to do PC Setting (P.36) in The Setting Method of JIG (Handset).
BBIC

EEPROM

IC
Programs for Voice processing, interface for RF and
EEPROM

Necessary Adjustment
1. Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (H). (*3)
2. 4.0 V setting and battery low detection: Refer to Check Point
(A), (F) and (G). (*3)
1. Default batch file: Execute the command Default.

Adjustment parameter data


(country version batch file, default batch file, etc.)

2. Melody Initialize batch file; Execute the Command D45MFA.


3. Country version batch file: Execute the command
110XXvYY. (*4)
4. Clock adjustment: Refer to Check Point (H). (*3)
5. 4.0 V setting and battery low detection: Refer to Check Point
(A), (F) and (G). (*3)

Note:
(*3) Refer to Check Point (Handset) (P.33)
(*4) XX: country code, YY: revision number
XX and YY vary depending on the country version. You can find them in the batch file, PQZZ- mentioned in JIGs and PC
(P.36).

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11 RF SPECIFICATION
11.1. Base Unit
Item
TX Power
Modulation
Frequency Offset
RX Sensitivity
Timing Accuracy
RSSI Level

Value
More than 20 dBm ~ 25 dBm
340 kHz/div ~ 402 kHz/div
-50 kHz ~ +50 kHz
< 1000 ppm
< 2.0 ppm
34 hex F hex

Refer to -. *
Check Point (Base Unit) (H)
Check Point (Base Unit) (I)
Check Point (Base Unit) (J)
Check Point (Base Unit) (K)
Check Point (Base Unit) (L)
Check Point (Base Unit) (M)

*: Refer to Check Point (Base Unit) (P.23)

11.2. Handset
Item
TX Power
Modulation
Frequency Offset
RX Sensitivity
Timing Accuracy
RSSI Level

Value
More than 20 dBm ~ 25 dBm
340 kHz/div ~ 402 kHz/div
-50 kHz ~ +50 kHz
< 1000 ppm
< 2.0 ppm
34 hex F hex

Refer to -. **
Check Point (Handset) (I)
Check Point (Handset) (J)
Check Point (Handset) (K)
Check Point (Handset) (L)
Check Point (Handset) (M)
Check Point (Handset) (N)

**: Refer to Check Point (Handset) (P.33)

12 HOW TO CHECK THE HANDSET SPEAKER


1. Prepare the digital voltmeter, and set the selector knob to ohm meter.
2. Put the probes at the speaker terminals as shown below.

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13 FREQUENCY TABLE (MHz)


Channel No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

BASE UNIT
Transmit Frequency
Receive Frequency
1897.344
1897.344
1895.616
1895.616
1893.888
1893.888
1892.160
1892.160
1890.432
1890.432
1888.704
1888.704
1886.976
1886.976
1885.248
1885.248
1883.520
1883.520
1881.792
1881.792

Note:
Channel No. 10: In the Test Mode on Base Unit and Handset.

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HANDSET
Transmit Frequency
Receive Frequency
1897.344
1897.344
1895.616
1895.616
1893.888
1893.888
1892.160
1892.160
1890.432
1890.432
1888.704
1888.704
1886.976
1886.976
1885.248
1885.248
1883.520
1883.520
1881.792
1881.792

to AC Adaptor

to Tel_Line
A
B

J2

J1

42

2.65V
Reg.

4.0V
Reg.

Limit
Resistor

2.65V

4.0V

VUNREG

CHARGE
CONTACT

BBIC
Interface

Bridge
Rect

IC1

EEPROM

Hook
Switch

6
5

SCL
SDA

DTXAF

DTXAF

HOOK

Audio

41
40

27

26

61

TXAF 28
RXAF 24

14 BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

CPU

Analog
Front End

D/A

A/D

DSP

ADPCM
Codec Filter

Speech Decoding

Speech Encoding

BBIC

IC2

BMC

16

18

30
11
63
64
6

9
5

XTAL

10

IC3

5
12

4 31
19

10.368
MHz

RF Module

SYEN

RSSI
SYRI

TXDA
RXDA

ANT1
ANT2

KX-TG1100/1102 BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

RF
Interface

Burst Decoding

Burst Building

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15 CIRCUIT OPERATION (BASE UNIT)


15.1. Outline
Base Unit consists of the following ICs as shown in BLOCK DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT) (P.42).
DECT BBIC (Base Band IC): IC2
Handling all the audio, signal and data processing needed in a DECT base unit
Controlling the DECT specific physical layer and radio section (Burst Module Controller section)
ADPCM codec filter for speech encoding and speech decoding (DSP section)
Echo-cancellation and Echo-suppression (DSP section)
Any tones (tone, sidetone, ringing tone, etc.) generation (DSP section)
DTMF receiver (DSP section)
Clock Generation for RF Module
ADC, DAC, timer, and power control circuitry
All interfaces (ex: RF module, EEPROM, LED, Analog Front End, etc.)
RF Module: IC3
PLL Oscillator
Detector
Compress/Expander
First/Second Mixer
Amplifier for transmission and reception
EEPROM: IC1
Temporary operating parameters (for RF, etc.)
Additionally,
Power Supply Circuit (+4.0V, +2.65V output)
Crystal Circuit (10.368MHz)
Charge Circuit
Telephone Line Interface Circuit

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15.2. Power Supply Circuit


The power is supplied to the DECT BBIC, RF Module, EEPROM, Relay Coil, LED and Charge Contact from AC Adaptor (+6V)
as shown in Fig.101. The power supply is as follows:

<Fig.101>

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15.3. Telephone Line Interface


<Function>
Bell signal detection
Clip signal detection
ON/OFF hook circuit
Audio circuits
Bell & Clip (: Calling Line Identification Presentation: Caller ID) signal detection:
In the standby mode, Q2 is open to cut the DC loop current and decrease the ring load.
When ring voltage appears at the TP3 (A) and TP40 (B) leads (when the telephone rings), the signal is transferred as follows;
A C4 R2 R29 IC2 (DLP) [BELL & CLIP]
B C3 R1 R30 IC2 (DLP) [BELL & CLIP]
ON/OFF hook circuit:
In the standby mode, Q2 is open, and connected as to cut the DC loop current and to cut the voice signal. The unit is
consequently in an off-hook condition.
When IC2 detects a ring signal or press the TALK Key onto the handset, Q3 turns on and then Q2 turns on, thus providing an
off-hook condition (active DC current flow through the circuit) and the following signal flow is for the loop current.
A D2 Q2 R8 Q6 R19 R20 D2 B [OFF HOOK]
Audio circuits:
Refer to SIGNAL ROUTE (P.49).

15.4. Transmitter/Receiver
Base Unit and Handset mainly consist of RF Module and DECT BBIC.
Base Unit and Handset transmit/receive voice signal and data signal through the antenna on carrier frequency.
Signal Path:
*Refer to SIGNAL ROUTE (P.49).

15.4.1. Transmitter Block


The voice signal input from the TEL LINE interface goes to RF Module (IC3) through DECT BBIC (IC2) as shown in BLOCK
DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT) (P.42)
The voice signal passes through the analog part of IC2 where it is amplified and converted to a digital audio stream signal. The
burst switch controller processes this stream performing encryption and scrambling, adding the various other fields to produce
the GAP (Generic Access Profile) standard DECT frame, assigning to a time slot and channel etc.
In IC3, the carrier frequency is changing, and frequency modulated RF signal is generated and amplified, and radiated from
antenna. Handset detects the voice signal or data signal in the circuit same as the following explanation of Receiver Block.

15.4.2. Receiver Block


The signal of 1.9 GHz band (1.881792 GHz ~ 1.897344 GHz) which is input from antenna is input to IC3 as shown in BLOCK
DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT) (P.42).
In IC3, the signal of 1.9 GHz band is demodulated, and goes to IC2 as GAP (Generic Access Profile) standard DECT frames.
It passes through the decoding section burst switch controller where it separates out the frame information and performs deencryption and de-scrambling as required. It then goes to the DSP section where it is turned back into analog audio. This is
amplified by the analog front end, and goes to the TEL LINE Interface.

15.5. Pulse Dialling


During pulse dialing the hookswitch (Q2,Q3) is used to generate the pulses using the HOOK control signal, which is set high
during pulses. To force the line impedance low during the pause intervals between dial pulses, the PULSE_DIAL signal turns
on Q7.

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16 BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

ANT

42
EARPIECE

D/A
41
46
45

MIC

A/D

Speech
Decoding

Burst
Decoding

Speech
Encoding

Burst
Encoding

12 RXDA
16 TXDA

48 RSSI
Analog
Front
End

ADPCM
Codec
Filter

RF
Interface

DSP

BMC

TP5 +
CHARGE
CONTACTS

13 SYEN

4
RF
Module
5

IC3

12
10

33 XTAL
CHARGE
CIRCUIT

CHARGE 38
CHARGE DETECT 27

10.368
MHz

31

TP6
6

SCL 67

SDA 66

EEPROM

IC2
Battery+
BATTERY
TERMINAL

23 SYRI

19

ON SWITCH
26
34

VDDBAT 36
SWITCHED
SUPPLY

53~55, 59, 60
ROWS

SWITCH 28

Battery-

KEYPAD

17~21

CPU

COLUMNS
4.0V
D3

VDDLR 37
4.0V

IC4
LCD
14 Seg
Display

pin 2, 5~9
COM 0~5
segment 0~29

RINGER
70

BBIC
pin1, 90~100, 87, 78~84,
72~76, 61, 62, 56~58

Q104

88
4.0V

LED101

LED102

KX-TGA110 BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

Q4

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17 CIRCUIT OPERATION (HANDSET)


17.1. Outline
Handset consists of the following ICs as shown in BLOCK DIAGRAM (HANDSET) (P.46).
DECT BBIC (Base Band IC): IC4
All data signals (forming/analyzing ACK or CMD signal)
All interfaces (ex: Key, Detector Circuit, Charge, DC/DC Converter, EEPROM, LCD)
RF Module: IC3
PLL Oscillator
Detector
Compress/Expander
Amplifier for transmission and reception
EEPROM: IC2
Temporary operating parameters (for RF, etc.)

17.2. Power Supply Circuit/Reset Circuit


Circuit Operation:
When power on the Handset, the voltage is as follows;
BATTERY (2.2 V ~ 2.6V: TP3) 4.0V IC3 (6, 25), D3 IC4 (37) IC4 (39, 63) (2.65V)
The Reset signal generates R19, C23 and 2.65V.

17.3. Charge Circuit


Circuit Operation:
When charging the handset on the Base Unit, the charge current is as follows;
DC+ (5.5V ~ 6V) D4 R43, R44 CHARGE+ (Base) CHARGE+ (Handset) L4 Q2 F1 BATTERY+... Battery...
BATTERY- R21 GND L5 CHARGE- (Handset) CHARGE- (Base) GND DC- (GND)
In this way, the BBIC on Handset detects the fact that the battery is charged.
The charge current is controlled by switching Q2 of Handset.
Refer to Fig.101 in Power Supply Circuit (P.44).

17.4. Battery Low/Power Down Detector


Circuit Operation:
Battery Low and Power Down are detected by BBIC which check the voltage from battery.
The detected voltage is as follows;
Battery Low
Battery voltage: V (Batt) < 2.3V
The BBIC detects this level and

starts flashing and battery alarm starts ringing.

Power Down
Battery voltage: V (Batt) < 2.2V
The BBIC detects this level and power down.

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18 CIRCUIT OPERATION (CHARGER UNIT)


18.1. Power Supply Circuit
The power supply is as shown.

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19 SIGNAL ROUTE

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20 CPU DATA (BASE UNIT)


20.1. IC2 (BBIC)
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
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62

Description
VDD
VSS
PA_Driver_Amp
TX/RX SW
RX_Data
PLL_Strobe
PLL_Data
PLL_Clk
TX_Data
(NO USE)
RF_System_Clk
VDD
VSS
RESETQ
VDDPM
VSSO
LOAD
XTAL
VDDLR
LRB
VDDA
VSSA
Audio_Out_N
Audio_Out_P
Bandgap_Ref
Differential_Line_P
Differential_Line_N
Audio_In_N
ADC_Ref
RSSI
AD2(MPCINP)
AD3
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
VDD
VSS
Supply_EEP
Serial_Data(I2C)
Serial_Clk(I2C)
MODE
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
VBACK
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
VDD
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
VSS
VDD
KEY_IN
(NO USE)
PULSE_CTRL
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
(NO USE)
HOOK_CTRL
(NO USE)

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

Hi
PA_ON
TX
Data
Latch
Normal
(I_PU)
(I_PU)
(I_PU)
(I_PU)
(Fixed)
(Fixed)
No Key
Q7_ON
Make
-

50

Hi-z
-

Low
PA_OFF
RX
Data
Normal
Reset
(Fixed)
(Fixed)
(I_PD)
(Fixed)
(Fixed)
(Fixed)
(Fixed)
Key
(I_PD)
Q7_OFF
(I_PD)
(I_PD)
(I_PD)
Break
(I_PD)

Remarks
10.368 MHz
for Bell Clip
for Bell Clip
for Polarity
for Polarity
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Pin
63
64

Description
ANT1
ANT2

I/O
D.O
D.O

Hi
ANT1_ON
ANT2_ON

Note:
I_PU; Internal Pull-Up, I_PD; Internal Pull-Down

51

Hi-z
-

Low
ANT1_OFF
ANT2_OFF

Remarks
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21 CPU DATA (HANDSET)


21.1. IC4 (BBIC)
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
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62

Description
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_COMMON
VDD
VSS
LCD_COMMON
LCD_COMMON
LCD_COMMON
LCD_COMMON
LCD_COMMON
PA_SW
T/R SW
RX_DATA
SYEN
SYDA
SYCL
TX_DATA
KEY_IN
KEY_IN
KEY_IN
KEY_IN
KEY_IN
(NO USE)
Reference clock
VDD
VSS
POWER_SW
CHARGE_DET
DCDCDRV
DCDCCMR
RESET
VSSO
LOAD
XTAL
VDDPM
VDDLO
VDDBAT
VDDLR
CHARGE_START
VDDA
VSSA
LSRN
LSRP
BANDGAP_REF
MICS
MICP
MICN
Reference Voltage
RSSI
P0.4
AD4N
AD4P
(NO USE)
KEY_STRB
KEY_STRB
KEY_STRB
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
KEY_STRB
KEY_STRB
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT

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

Hi
PA ON
Transmit
No Key
No Key
No Key
No Key
No Key
SW OFF
Charge
Non Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
Active
-

52

Hi-z
-

Low
PA OFF
Recieve
Key_In
Key_In
Key_In
Key_In
Key_In
SW_ON
No_charge
Active
Non_Active
Non_Active
Non_Active
Non_Active
-

Remarks
for charge
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Pin
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

Description
VDD
VSS
VDD for EEPROM
I2DAT
I2CLK
MODE
R2
RINGER
VBACK/P0.7
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
VDDLI
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
VSS
VDD
LCD_SEGMENT
LED_ON
Power Select
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT
LCD_SEGMENT

I/O
D.O
D.I/O
D.I/O
D.I
D.I
D.O
D.I
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O
D.O

Hi
RINGER_ON
LED_ON
Low Power
-

53

Hi-z
-

Low
RINGER_OFF
LED_OFF
High Power
-

Remarks
-

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22 ENGINEERING MODE
22.1. Base Unit

Note:
(*1) Refer to For Service Hint (P.11).
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Note:
*: When you enter the address, please refer to the table below.
Desired Number (hex)
0
1
.
.
.
9

Input Keys
0
1
.
.
.
9

Desired Number (hex)


A
B
C
D
E
F

Input Keys
[R] + 0
[R] + 1
[R] + 2
[R] + 3
[R] + 4
[R] + 5

ex.)
Items (*2)
C-ID (FSK) sensitivity
C-ID (DTMF) sensitivity
Frequency
ID
Bell length
PULSE Dial speed
(10PPS -> 20PPS)

Address
0A1D~0A1E

Default Data
00 6D

0A 2D

34

00 00~00 01
00 20~00 24

00 60
Given value

0F 12
0F 06
0F 07
0F 0A

New Data
(3dB up)
(6dB up)
00 A4
00 E7
(3dB up)
(6dB up)
38
3C
-

64 (10sec) (*1)
1E (3sec)
28 (40msec) (*1) 14 (20msec)
3C (60msec) (*1) 1E (30msec)
4A (740msec) (*1) 2C (440msec)

14 (2sec)
-

Remarks
When hex changes from 006D to 00A4 or
00E7, gain increases by 3dB or 6dB.
When hex changes from 34 to 38 or 3C, gain
increases by 3dB or 6dB.
Use these items in a READ-ONLY mode to confirm
the contents. Careless rewriting may cause serious
damage to the computer system.
This is time until bell stops ringing. (Unit: 100ms)
This is pulse make time. (Unit:1ms)
This is pulse break time. (Unit:1ms)
This is inter-digit time in pulse mode. (Unit:10ms)

(*1)
Bell length
PULSE Dial speed
(10PPS -> 20PPS)

64 (hex) = 100 (dec) 100 100msec = 10000msec (10sec)


28(hex) = 40(dec) 40 1msec = 40msec
3C(hex) = 60(dec) 60 1msec = 60msec
4A(hex) = 74(dec) 74 10msec = 740msec

(*2)
Items
C-ID (FSK) sensitivity
C-ID (DTMF) sensitivity
Frequency
ID
Bell length
PULSE Dial speed
(10PPS -> 20PPS)

Description
FSKGain_shiftgain
Foutgains:HPFilter Foutgains
Setting value of FREQ_TRIM_REG
ID
Time until it stops bell.
Pulse MakeTime and BreakTime.
bMakeTime:Pulse MakeTime Unit: 1ms
bBreakTime:Pulse Break Time Unit: 1ms
Inter-digit time in Pulse mode.
Unit:10ms

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22.2. Handset

Note:
(*1) Refer to For Service Hint (P.11).

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Note:
*: When you enter the address, please refer to the table in Note: (P.55) of ENGINEERING MODE.
ex.)
Items (*4)
Sending level
Receiving level
Battery Low
Frequency
ID

Address

Default Data

New Data

0F 35
0F 37
0F 04
00 00~00 01
00 30~00 34

Adjusted value
Adjusted value
9A
00 60
Given value

Given value
Given value
-

Possible Adjusted
Value MAX (hex)
30
70
-

Possible Adjusted
Value MIN (hex)
00
40
-

Remarks
(*1)
(*2)
(*3)

(*1) When adding 01 (hex) to default value, sending level


increases by 1.0dB.

(*2) When reducing 01 (hex) from default value, receiving


level increases by 1.0dB.

ex.)

ex.)

Item
Sending level

Default Data
1C
-9.0dBm

New Data
1D
1B
-8.0dBm
-10.0dBm

Item
Receiving level

Default Data
5B
-23.0dBm

New Data
5A
5C
-24.0dBm
-22.0dBm

(*3) Use these items in a READ-ONLY mode to confirm the contents. Careless rewriting may cause serious damage to the
Handset.
(*4)
Items
Sending level
Receiving level
Battery Low
Frequency
ID

Description
Analog Front End MIC Setting for Handset Mode
Analog Front End LSR Setting for Handset Mode
ADC value for battery low detection
Setting value of FREQ_TRIM_REG
International Portable Part Equipment Identities

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23 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.

23.1. 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.4).

23.2. FLAT PACKAGE IC REMOVAL PROCEDURE


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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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

23.3. FLAT PACKAGE IC INSTALLATION PROCEDURE


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.

23.4. BRIDGE MODIFICATION PROCEDURE


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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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

24 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS (BASE UNIT)

60

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

25 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS (HANDSET)

Note:
(*1) The rechargeable Ni-MH battery P03P (HHR-4EPT or HHR-55AAAB) is available through sales route of Panasonic.
(*2) This cable is fixed by welding. Refer to How to Replace the Handset LCD (P.16).
(*3) Attach the spacer (No. 117) to the exact location described above.
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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

26 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS (CHARGER UNIT)

62

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

27 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS


27.1. KX-TG1100FXS/FXT

63

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

27.2. KX-TG1102FXS

64

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

28 TERMINAL GUIDE OF THE ICs, TRANSISTORS AND


DIODES
28.1. Base Unit

28.2. Handset

28.3. Charger Unit

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29 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST


1. RTL (Retention Time Limited)

Ref.
No.

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.

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

29.1. Base Unit


29.1.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts
PQGG10245U7

1
2
3

PQGG10245U9
PQQT23107Z
PQKM10586W3

PQKM10586W2

PQJT10203Z

PQKF10581Z2

7
8

PQHA10023Z
PQGT18687Z

PQGT18687X

GUIDE, CHARGE TERMINAL


POM-HB
CABINET
COVER
(for
KX- PS-HB
TG1100FXS) (for KX-TG1102FXS)
CABINET
COVER
(for
KX- PS-HB
TG1100FXT)
RUBBER PARTS, FOOT CUSHION
NAME PLATE (for KX-TG1100FXS)
(for KX-TG1102FXS)
NAME PLATE (for KX-TG1100FXT)

(*1) When replacing IC1 and IC2, data need to be written to


it with PQZZTG1100FX.

3. The S mark means the part is one of some identical parts.


For that reason, it may be different from the installed part.

PQKE10356Z2
PQKF10581Z3

Remarks

Note:

Components identified by the


mark indicates special
characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of
these components, only use specified manufactures parts.

Part No.

5
6

Part Name & Description

29.1.2. Main P.C.Board Parts

2. Important safety notice

Ref.
No.

Part No.

Part Name & Description


GRILLE
(for
KX-TG1100FXS)
(for KX-TG1102FXS)
GRILLE (for KX-TG1100FXT)
LABEL, ATTENTION
CABINET
BODY
(for
KXTG1100FXS) (for KX-TG1102FXS)
CABINET
BODY
(for
KXTG1100FXT)
CHARGE TERMINAL

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

66

Ref.
No.
PCB1

Part No.
PQWPG1100FXH

IC1
IC2
Q9

PQWICD150EH
C2HBAK000012
C0CBAYF00016

Q2
Q3
Q6
Q7
Q8

B1ACGP000007
PQVTBF822T7
2SD1994A
B1ABCE000009
B1ADGE000004

D2
D3
D4
D5
DA1

B0EDER000009
PQVDRLZ20A
B0JAME000095
MA2Z74800L
B0DDCM000001

J1
J2

K2LB102B0053
PQJJ1B4Y

L1
L3

PQLQR4D4R7K
G1C4N7Z00007

R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R16
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
R30
R31
R32
R38
R41
R42

ERJ3GEYJ155
ERJ3GEYJ155
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ184
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ184
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ272
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ133
ERJ3GEYJ392
ERJ12YJ220
ERJ12YJ560
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ333
ERJ3GEYJ680
PQ4R18XJ100
ERJ3GEYJ391
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ681
ERJ3GEYJ751
ERJ3GEYJ101
ERJ3GEYJ101
ERJ3GEYJ101
ERJ3GEY0R00
ERJ3GEYJ330
ERJ3GEYJ101
ERJ3GEYJ221

Part Name & Description


MAIN P.C.BOARD ASSY (RTL)
(ICs)
IC (EEPROM) (*1)
IC (BBIC) (*1)
IC
(TRANSISTORS)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
(DIODES)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
(JACKS)
JACK, MODULATOR
JACK, DC
(COILS)
COIL
COIL
(RESISTORS)
1.5M
1.5M
220K
180K
220K
180K
100K
2.7K
10K
4.7K
13K
3.9K
22
56
100K
33K
68
10
390
10K
680
750
100
100
100
0
33
100
220

Remarks

S
S

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Ref.
No.
R43
R44
R54
R57
R59
R61
R66
R67
R78
R79
R82
L5

Part No.
ERJ1WYJ330
ERJ1WYJ330
ERJ3GEYJ184
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ471
ERJ2GEJ470
ERJ3GEYJ180
ERJ3GEYJ151
ERJ3GEYJ151
ERJ3GEYJ180
ERJ3GEYJ184
ERJ2GE0R00

C1
C2
C3
C4
C7
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C18
C19
C20
C21
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C40
C41
C42
C48
C53
C54
C56
C58
C59
C66
C67
C69
C72
C73
C83
C94
C96
C97
C98
C100
C101
C105
C106
L58

ECKD2H681KB
ECKD2H681KB
ECQE2223KF
ECQE2223KF
PQCUV1A225KB
ECUV1C223KBV
PQCUV1C474KB
ECUV1A105KBV
PQCUV1C474KB
ECEA1HKA100
PQCUV1H154KR
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECEA1CKS100
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1C683KBV
ECUV1C683KBV
ECJ0EB1H182K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECUV1H270JCV
ECUV1H1R0CCV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1C333KBV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECUV1C104KBV
ECEA1CK101
ECEA0JKA101
ECUV1H030CCV
ECUV1H330JCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H060DCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H020CCV
ECUV1A475KB
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H0R5CCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECJ1VC1H1R5C
ECUV1H0R5CCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H100DCV
PQCUV1H0R5CC
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H030CCV
ECUV1H030CCV
ECUV1H020CCV

E1
E2
IC3
S1

PQSA10132Z
PQSA10182Z
PQLP10268Z
K0H1BB000018

Part Name & Description


33
33
180K
10K
470
47
18
150
150
18
180K
0
(CAPACITORS)
680P
680P
0.022
0.022
2.2
0.022
0.47
1
0.47
10
0.15
10P
10P
0.1
10P
0.1
0.1
10
0.1
0.1
0.068
0.068
0.0018
0.1
27P
1
0.1
0.033
0.1
0.1
0.1
100
100
3P
33P
10P
6P
10P
10P
10P
2P
4.7
10P
0.5P
10P
1.5P
0.5P
10P
10P
0.5P
10P
10P
3P
3P
2P
(OTHERS)
ANTENNA, SUB
ANTENNA, MAIN
RF UNIT
SPECIAL SWITCH, TACTILE

Remarks

Ref.
No.
SA1
X1

Part No.
J0LF00000026
H0D103500003

Part Name & Description

Remarks

VARISTOR (SURGE ABSORBER)


CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR

29.2. Handset
29.2.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts

S
S

Ref.
No.
101
101
102
103

Part No.
PQGP10311Z1
PQGP10311Z3
PQHS10737Z
PQKM10722Z1

103

PQKM10722Z3

104
105
106

PQHS10738Z
PQBC10375Z1
PQSX10310W

106

PQSX10310Z

107
108
109
110
111

PQJT10204Z
PQJT10205Z
PQHG10684Z
L0DACD000002
PQKF10582YE

111

PQKF10582Y8

112
113
114
115
115
116

PQJC10056Y
PQJC10077Z
PQJC10076Z
PQGT18689Z
PQGT18689X
PQHX11393Z

117
118

PQHS10561Y
PQKK10134XP

118

PQKK10134XD

Part Name & Description


PANEL, LCD (for KX-TGA110FXS)
PANEL, LCD (for KX-TGA110FXT)
TAPE, DOUBLE SIDE
CABINET
BODY
(for
KXTGA110FXS)
CABINET
BODY
(for
KXTGA110FXT)
SPACER, LCD
PUSH BUTTON, NAVI
KEYBOARD
SWITCH
(for
KXTGA110FXS)
KEYBOARD
SWITCH
(for
KXTGA110FXT)
TERMINAL (L)
TERMINAL (R)
RUBBER PARTS, RINGER
BUZZER
CABINET
COVER
(for
KXTGA110FXS)
CABINET
COVER
(for
KXTGA110FXT)
BATTERY TERMINAL
BATTERY TERMINAL (-)
BATTERY TERMINAL (+)
NAME PLATE (for KX-TGA110FXS)
NAME PLATE (for KX-TGA110FXT)
PLASTIC PARTS, BATTERY COVER
SHEET
SPACER, BATTERY COVER
LID, BATTERY COVER (for KXTGA110FXS)
LID, BATTERY COVER (for KXTGA110FXT)

Remarks
AS-HB
AS-HB
ABS-HB
ABS-HB

ABS-HB

ABS-HB
ABS-HB

ABS-HB
ABS-HB

29.2.2. Main P.C.Board Parts


Note:

(*1) When replacing IC2 and IC4, data need to be written to


it with PQZZTG1100FX.
(*2) When replacing the Handset LCD, see How to
Replace the Handset LCD (P.16).

67

Ref.
No.
PCB100

Part No.
PQWPGA110FXR

IC2
IC4

PQWICA115EXR
C2HBAY000009

Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q104

B1CFMC000010
B1ADGE000004
UNR9216J0L
PSVTDTC143X
B1ABGE000006

D1
D3
D6
D7
D102
LED101
LED102

B0JCME000035
MA2Z74800L
MA8047
MA8047
MA111
B3ADB0000064
B3ADB0000064

L2
L3

G1C470M00025
PQLQR4D4R7K

Part Name & Description


MAIN P.C.BOARD ASSY (RTL)
(ICs)
IC (EEPROM) (*1)
IC (BBIC) (*1)
(TRANSISTORS)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
(DIODES)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
LED
LED
(COILS)
COIL
COIL

Remarks

S
S
S

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Ref.
No.
L4
L5
F1

Part No.
G1C100MA0072
G1C100MA0072
PQLQR2M5N6K

R1
R2
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R18
R19
R21
R101
R102
R103
R110
R111
R112

ERJ2GEJ222
ERJ8BQJR30
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ2GEJ331
ERJ3GEYJ332
ERJ2GEJ331
ERJ2GEJ331
ERJ2GEJ330
ERJ2GEJ153
ERJ6RSJR10V
ERJ2GEJ820
ERJ2GEJ103
ERJ2GEJ102
PQ4R18XJ150
ERJ2GEJ560X
ERJ3GEYJ2R2

C1
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C14
C15
C16
C18
C20
C21
C22
C23
C24
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C32
C33
C34
C54
C57
C58
C61
C67
C68
C204

F1K1C2250005
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
PQCUV0J475MB
ECJ0EC1H100D
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EC1H100D
EEE0JA331P
EEE0JA331P
ECJ0EC1H010C
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB0J105K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1A104K
ECJ0EB1H101K
F1K0J1060020
F1K0J1060020
ECJ0EC1H220J
ECJ0EC1H330J
F1G1HR75A561
ECUV1A105KBV
ECJ0EC1H100D
ECJ0EC1H100D
ECJ0EC1H180J

MIC
E101
E102
E103
E104
E105
E106
E107
E108
IC3
D2
X1

L0CBAY000006
PQHS10467Z
L0AD02A00021
L5ACAYY00002
PQHS10740Z
PQHX11388Z
PQHR11226Z
PQHR11225Z
PQSA10193Z
PQLP10268Z
D4ED1270A014
H0D103500006

Part Name & Description


COIL
COIL
COIL
(RESISTORS)
2.2K
0.3
10K
330
3.3K
330
330
33
15K
0.1
82
10K
1K
15
56
2.2
(CAPACITORS)
2.2
0.1
0.1
4.7
10P
0.1
10P
330
330
1P
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
100P
10
10
22P
33P
0.75P
1
10P
10P
18P
(OTHERS)
MICROPHONE
COVER, SP NET
SPEAKER
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (*2)
TAPE, DOUBLE SIDE
COVER, LCD COVER SHEET
TRANSPARENT PLATE, LCD PLATE
GUIDE, LCD HOLDER
ANTENNA
RF UNIT
VARISTOR (SURGE ABSORBER)
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR

Remarks

Ref.
No.
200-1
200-2
200-3
200-4
200-5
200-6
200-7
200-8
200-9

PQLV30018ZS4

Part Name & Description

Ref.
No.
PCB200

Part No.
PQWPA142ESCH

D1

B0JAME000085

CN1

PQJJ1B4Y

R1
R2

ERJ1WYJ220
ERJ1WYJ270

GRILLE
CABINET BODY
GUIDE, CHARGE TERMINAL CASE
CHARGE TERMINAL
CUSHION, URETHANE FORM
WEIGHT
CABINET COVER
NAME PLATE
RUBBER PARTS, FOOT CUSHION

Remarks
ABS-HB
PS-HB
POM-HB

PS-HB

Part Name & Description


MAIN P.C.BOARD ASSY (RTL)
(DIODE)
DIODE(SI)
(JACK)
JACK
(RESISTORS)
22
27

Remarks

29.4. Accessories and Packing


Materials
Note:
(*1) You can download and refer to the Operating
Instructions (Instruction book) on TSN Server.

29.4.1. KX-TG1100FXS/FXT
Ref.
No.
A1
A2
A3
A4
P1

Part No.
PQLV19CEX
PQJA10075Z
PQQX15249Z
PQQT23002Z
PQPP10100Z

P2

PQPP10084Z

P3
P4

PQPK15241Z
PQPD10726Y

Part Name & Description


AC ADAPTOR
CORD, TELEPHONE
INSTRUCTION BOOK (*1)
LABEL, WEEE
PROTECTION COVER (for
Unit)
PROTECTION
COVER
Handset)
GIFT BOX
CUSHION

Remarks

Base
(for

29.4.2. KX-TG1102FXS

PMMA-HB
ABS-HB

Ref.
No.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
P1

Part No.
PQLV19CEX
PQLV200CEX
PQJA10075Z
PQQX15249Z
PQQT23002Z
PQPP10100Z

P2

PQPP10084Z

P3

PQPP10086Z

P4
P5

PQPK15252Z
PQPD10667Z

Part Name & Description

Remarks

AC ADAPTOR (for Base Unit)


AC ADAPTOR (for Charger Unit)
CORD, TELEPHONE
INSTRUCTION BOOK (*1)
LABEL, WEEE
PROTECTION COVER (for Base
Unit)
PROTECTION
COVER
(for
Handset)
PROTECTION COVER (for Charger
Unit)
GIFT BOX
CUSHION

29.5. Fixtures and Tools


Note:
(*1) See The Setting Method of JIG (Base Unit) (P.28),
and The Setting Method of JIG (Handset) (P.36).

29.3.1. Cabinet and Electrical Parts


Part No.

PQGG10155YJ
PQKM10591YC
PQKE10356Z2
PQJT10206Z
PQHX10991Z
PQMH10426X
PQKF10586Z2
PQGT18766W
PQHG316Y

Part Name & Description

29.3.2. Main P.C.Board Parts

29.3. Charger Unit


Ref.
No.
200

Part No.

(*2) When replacing the Handset LCD, see How to


Replace the Handset LCD (P.16).

Remarks

CHARGER UNIT

68

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

Part No.
PQZZTCD420BX
PQZZ1CD705BX
PQZZ2CD705BX
PQZZ3CD705BX
PQZZTG1100FX
PQZZ430PIR
PQZZ430PRB

Part Name & Description


I2C PCB (*1)
RS232C CABLE (*1)
CLIP CABLE (*1)
DC CABLE (*1)
BATCH FILE CD-ROM (*1)
TIP OF SOLDERING IRON (*2)
RUBBER OF SOLDERING IRON (*2)

Remarks

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Memo

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KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

30 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


30.1. Base Unit (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT))
Notes:
1. DC voltage measurements are taken with voltmeter from the negative voltage line.

2. This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.

30.2. Handset (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (HANDSET))


Notes:
1. DC voltage measurements are taken with an oscilloscope or a tester with a ground.
2. The schematic diagrams may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.

30.3. Charger Unit (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (CHARGER UNIT))


Notes:
1. DC voltage measurements are taken with voltmeter from the negative voltage line.

2. This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with the development of new technology.

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31 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

L2
TP3

NC
R77

NC
NC

C1

0V ON-HOOK
+0.7V DC OFF-HOOK
TP45
D2
Q2

(1)
NC

NC

100K

R8

C60

NC

NC

R70

TP40

JMP2

R73

R7

C2

D8

NC

JMP7

2.7K
C6

NC

NC

R85

+60V DC ON-HOOK
+10V DC OFF-HOOK

SA1

60v
DC

NC

NC

D7

JMP6

C77

NC
J1

TP39

NC
C63

LINE VOL TAGE 60V DC

JMP1

680P/500V

TP5

680P/500V

Q3

NC
JMP3

Q11
NC

OPTION4
RLY1
NC
9

R1

K0.022
C4

1.5M
R2

K0.022

1.5M

K2.2u

R9

C7 10K

R72

R71
180K

R4

180K
R6

4
10

4.7K

NC

7
2

C3

NC

C62
NC

220K
C5

R3

220K
R5

NC

NC
R74

R10

NC

NC

NC
JMP4

JMP5

JMP8

+2.65V

NC

TP2

Q1

NC

(2)

NC

R54

NC

180K
C49

R53

D1

C19

D10P

D10P

100

R30

100

(3)

NC

(4)
(5)
C74

R81

NC

R82

180K

R29

C18

NC

(6)
(7)
(8)
+2.65V

SDA
SCL

TP90 +5.5V

2
3
4

A0

VCC

A1

WP

A2

SCL

(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)

7
6
5

GND SDA
32K_EEPROM

470

R59

NC
C100

D10P

6.3V100
C99

C41

C96

+5.5V

C89

NC

NC

R68

NC

NC

R90
C90 NC

C3P

2 CHARGE+
1 CHARGE-

, NC: No Components

72

NC

C92

NC

C91
NC

33

C107

33
R44

Q10
NC

NC

C42

C95 N.M

NC

R89
R43

CN4

C3P

C106

D9

R41
R42

100

VOUT

ADJ VOUT

220

C40

16V100

TP89

(13)
(14)

2
VIN

D10P

1
3

+4.0V

TP91

Q9

D4

DC_PLUG 2
GND 1

IC1
1

+4.0V DC

TP101
J2

J101
1
J102
1
J103
1
J104
1
J105
1

3
2

S1

4
1
+2.65V

NC

R58

73
RX-DATA
GND
GND
GND
TXDA
RSSI
VCC_OC
GND
SYCL

C101
RF_UNIT

IC3

D10P

4.7uH

GND
PAON
PSEL
GND
GND
RXDA
GND
GND

24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17

1V

NC

NC

C87

L59
NC

NC

C86
1

K4.7
C76

ANT

NC

C2P

D10P

C73

C84

A202

C2P
C67

C66

L3
4.7nH

R79
18

NC

C82

A201

C0.5P

C72

C1.5P

150

R78

(3)

NC

NC

NC C70
C83

C58

C71 NC

TP10

D10P

R66

R87

L83

C57

R67

D10P

FREQ 10.368MHZ

NC

R38
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

DA1

C88

33
GND
A_1
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC_PA

C55 NC

C54

J33P

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SYDA
SYEN
RXDSG
SYRI
GND
GND
GND
GND

C59

C56 D10P

NC

C81

C6P

C48

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

NC

C47

L5
18

NC

TP188

D10P

D5

C78

+2.65V

NC

C102

TX-AF

NC

150

C105 C3P

K1.0
1608size

C13

R26
10K

NC

D12

NC

R92

C15

10

R24

R28

NC

D13

NC

R91

33K

R22

NC

K0.15
C17

50V10 750
C16

Q7

C93

NC

K0.47

(2)
390

C0.5P

68

C68

C80

NC
C69

R23

C14

C21

NC

R21

100K

NC
C51

R56

22

R19

R16
13K

C94

56

NC

NC
D3

D6

NC

NC

C43

R32

R20

K0.47

C12

C11
K0.022
R17

R12

NC

R57 NC
10K

NC

Q6

C98

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

K0.033
C34

NC

Q8

R18

3.9K

C79

C0.5P

(13)
(14)
D10

TP50

D10P

45:VBACK/P1.5
46:VSS(DSPCLK)
47:P1.4(TONE)

D11

C10

0V ON-HOOK
+9.8V DC OFF-HOOK

C53

IC2
NC

R13
NC
Q5
NC

K0.1

BBIC

VSSO
VDDPM
RESETQ
VSS
VDD
SYRI
PAON
TXDA
SYCL
SYDA
SYEN
RXDA
RXDSG
DRON
VSS
VDD

10.368MHz
R35

C22

C9
NC

R14

K0.1
C35

(7725:R33 N.M./R52 0ohm)


(7795:R33 1K/R52 N.M.)

K0.1
C36

TP187

NC

C103

+2.65V DC

C32

K0.1

NC

J27P

X1

100

NC
R15

NC

C1P

47

TP82

R11

C33

R61

C29
K0.068

TP97

NC

D10P

VDD

C97

PX.0
PX.1
PX.2
PX.3
VDD
VSS
SUPEEP
I2DAT
I2CLK
MODE
R2
R1

C30
K1800P

(4)
(5)

K0.1

C31

R31 C20

Q4

C37

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17

NC

K0.1

NC
AD3
AD2(MPCINP)
ADRSSI
ADREF
AIN
DLN
DLP
BREF
AOP
AON
VSSA
VDDA
LRB
VDDLR
XTAL
LOAD

K0.1
C25
6.3V10

(1)

NC

C38

R33

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

49 DSPIN/P1.0
50 DSPOUT/P1.1
51 DSPCLK/P1.2
52 DSPFRM/P1.3
53 VSS
54 VDD
55 P0.0
56 P0.1
57 P0.2
58 P0.3
59 P0.4
60 P0.5
61 P0.6
62 P0.7
63 ANT1
64 ANT2

K0.068

C28

(6)
(7)
(8)

NC

C23

+2.65V

C50

R36
NC

C27
K0.1
R52

K0.1

C26

(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
K0.1
C24

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

0V ON-HOOK
+3.9V DC OFF-HOOK
R25

R27
680

R55
NC

D10P

RX-AF

L58

NC

L85

NC

TX-DATA

L1
TP1

R88

NC

NC
L4

10.368MHZ burst

peak
+3.1V

KX-TG1100/1102 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (BASE UNIT)

, NC: No Components

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

32 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (HANDSET)


4.1V DC

0V
2

(2)

Q1

10k

R2 0.3

(3)
G

R4

100m

G R111 56

BATTERY-

10u
10
3216size

C34

(1)
C33

10u
3216size

L2
47u

C14

F1
5.6n

BATTERY+

R21

4.0V

4.0V
D1

C15

BATT

330u
6.3

2.4V

Frequency 324kHz

330u
6.3

4.3V

R6

3.3k

(4)

Q2

D4

NC

(5)
(6)

2.65V

C1
L5

2.2u

D2

10u

E
Q3

D5

NC

CHARGE-

L4
CHARGE+

TP5

TP6

SDA

IC2

SCL

GND

3
4

0V

A0

VCC

A1

WP

A2

SCL

VSS

SDA

8
7

6
5

(7)

EEPROM
PX2
PX1
PX0
PL2
PL1
PL0

PL4
PL3
G

100n
10

C22

VBACK+
VBACK

4.0V

C27
100n
10

LCD Back Light LED

R11 NC

PL12
PL11
PL10

PL9
PL8
PL7
PL6
PL5

PX4
PX3

TP22

C3
100n G
10

CN2

11

CN2

12

CN2

13

CN2

14

CN2

15

CN2

16

CN2

17

CN2

18

CN2

19

CN2

20

CN2

21

CN2

22

CN2

23

CN2

24

CN2

25

CN2

26

CN2

27

CN2

28

CN2

29

CN2

30

CN2

31

CN2

32

CN2

33

CN2

34

CN2

35

CN2

36

CN2

PX0

PX1

PX2

PX3
1

PL26
PL25

PY1

S6
LEFT

S2
TALK
2

S25
R

PL23
PL21

S17
0
1

PL24
PL22

S4
3
1

S22
BOOK

S11
UP
2

S23
INT

S9
PROG

PY0
1

PL20
PL19

PL27

S1
DOWN

S16
*

S5
REDIAL

S3
6

S21
RIGHT

G
G

S18
#

2.65V 0V

(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)

R19

S20
4

C23
100n
10

PY2

PL28

S7
CANCEL

(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)

15k

10

CN2

PL29

S15
7

S24
9

C32

CN2

S19
1

100p
50

CN2

S13
5

C18
100n
10

PL30

TP23

CN2

PY3

PL31

S14
8

(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)

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

PL18
PL17
PL16
PL15
PL14
PL13
PL12
PL11
PL10
PL9
PL8
PL7

SYRI

PL32

50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31

PY0
PY1
PY2
PY3
PY4

CN2

S8
2

PL33

BBIC

PAON
RXDSG
RXDA
SYEN
SYDA
SYCL
TXDA

CN2

2.65V

C20
100n
10

PY4
2

0V

IC4

PL31
PL32
PL33
PL34
PL35

CN2

PY4

PL34

2.65V

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

PL35

P0.5/AD4N/DSPFR
P0.4/ADBAT/DSPCLK
ADRSSI
ADREF
MICN
MICP
MICS
BREF
HOP
HON
VSSA
VDDA
CHARGE_START/P0.2
VDDLR
VDDBAT
VDDLO
VDDPM
XTAL
LOAD
VSSO

0V 2.65V

0V

PL29
PL30

CN2

PL18
PL19
PL20
PL21
PL22
PL23
PL24
PL25
PL26
PL27
PL28

PSEL

CN2

PX4

Q4
G

10

R102 10k

PL13/P1.1
PL14/P1.2
PL15/A11/SCLK
PL16/A10
VSS4
VDD4
PL17/CSRAQ
P0.0/RXD/BMCTEST1
P0.1/TXD/BMCTEST0
PL18
PL19
PL20/OERAQ
PL21/WRRAQ
PL22/CSRAQ/PWM
PL23/BSEL2
PL24/D7
PL25/D6
PL26/D5
PL27/D4
PL28/D3

PL29/D2
PL30/D1
VDD1
VSS1
PL31/D0
PL32/A0
PL33/A1
PL34/A2
PL35/A3
DRON
RXDSG
RXDA
SYEN
SYDA
SYCL
TXDA
PY0
PY1
PY2
PY3
PY4
PAON/TXSWON
SYRI
VDD2
VSS2
ONSW
CDT
DCDCDRV
DCDCCMR
RESETQ

PL17

C21 100n

81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

PL12/P1.0
PL11/A9/MTSR
PL10/A8/MRST
VDDLI
PL9/A13
PL8/A14
PL7/BSEL1
PL6/BSEL0
PL5/A15
VBACK/P0.7
R1/P1.6
R2/P1.7
MODE
I2CLK
I2DAT
SUPEEP
VSS3
VDD3
PL4/A12
PL3/A7
PX4
PX3
PL2/A6
PL1/A5
PL0/A4
PX2
PX1
PX0
P0.3/DSPIN
P0.6/AD4P/
DSPOUT

80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51

LED101

82

PL13
PL14
PL15
PL16

R101

LED102

(28)

PL6
PL5
PL4
PL3
PL2
PL1
PL0

NC: No Components

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D3

(1)

(2)
(3)

4.0V

R103

(7)

1k

NC
C116

TP101

D102

(5)
(6)

R110 15

NC
C108

(4)

TP102

Q104
G

R8
330
R5

MIC+
C4
100n
10

330

MIC
1

C6 10p

2.2k
MICG

1.8V DC IN TALK MODE

C58

D7

RX-AF

A201

TP2

G
1

4.0V

TP15

R12 NC
4.0V

SYCL

R113 NC

27

PSEL

IC3

VCC_OC

GND12

RF_UNIT

GND4

GND11

SYCL

RXDA

SYDA

GND10

SYEN

GND9

C65 NC

29

30

28

GND15

GND16

GND17

31

A_1

RSSI

11

C203 NC

C202 NC

C54 22p

10

C201 NC

SYEN

C60 NC

Frequency 10.368MHz

SYDA

C66 NC

1V

PAON

25
24
23
22

C55 NC

TXDA

26

21
20

G
G

19
18
17

C71 NC

16

GND13

GND8

R18 33

RSSI

(27)

GND3

15

VCC_PA

GND7

R17 NC

GND14

GND2

GND6

TXDA

GND1

GND5

14

13

GND18

TX-DATA

SYRI

S10
POWER

RXDSG

(24)
(25)
(26)

GND19

R112 2.2

TP17

12

TP16

32

X1

C61 1u

C67
10p
50

C68
10p
50

6.3
1u

TP1

D6

18p

NC

1p

R27

C204

C16

C24

(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)

100n

C26

R26 NC

C62 NC

(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)

R1
G

C64 NC

C28 100n

330

R7

4.7u
C5
2125size

C29 100n

C56 NC

C8 10p

100n
C7 10

0.75p
50

C30 100n

TX-AF
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)

RXDSG
G

PAON

PSEL

RXDA

RSSI

(28)

TP19

L3
4.7u

C57
33p
50

SYRI

NC: No Components
KX-TGA110 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (HANDSET)

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33 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (CHARGER UNIT)


R1
TP3

22

TP4
D1

R2

DC_PLUG 2
pinL

27

TP1 Charge_plus
TP2 Charge_minus

J1

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (CHARGER UNIT)

76

77

Q5

R15

R14

Q4

R11

R7

R25

C15

R13

C60

R8
C6

D3

C77

D2

C4

R77 C3

R92

C7

R74

R5
C5
R3

R53

Q3

R2
R70
R73

R4

R1
R6

R82
C74

R81

C16
R20

C62

Q11

D10

R9

R54
C49

KXTCD150H/KXTG1100H

C12

J1

C24
C25

16
17
R61
C31
R30

C20

C19
C18

C30
C29

C33
C32

Q8 Collector
(2.65V)

Q8

C103

X1

D4

C36
R57
C35
C34

C40

C97

C23

R59
D5

JMP1

R35

D11

R72

R71

JMP4 JMP3

C10
R26 R10
Q7
R91 R24
R27
D6 C79
C14
R23
C13
R22
R32
C80
R21
C22
B
R16
C11
Q6 C
R18
R17
E
R56
C51
R19
R55
R28

C17

D12

D13

R12

B C E
Q2

C1

C2

L2

D8

D7

SA1

JMP2

64

C37

32 33

IC2

C26

49
48

R58

C101

C43

11

C81

IC3

58

C87

L59

R68

18

C89

R88

C88

A202

C72

C67 C86

C66

R87

C76

28 C56

CN4

R44

R43

C59
C71

R90
B

(4.0V)

RF VOLTAGE

IC3
(RF Module)

KX-TG1100/1102 CIRCUIT BOARD (BASE UNIT) Component View

C91

Q10

C92

D9

C90 C95

C107

C106

R67 C105

C48

R89

L1

IC1

C47

IC2
(BBIC)

R52

R33

C27

C38
R36

C50

C94

C93

C68

L4 R38

C53

PQUP11175W

R29
R31
C21
C28

L5

C70

C5
4

A201

L
DA1
R79
R78
C73
L3
ANT
C57 C83
C55
L83
L85
R66 1
C58

R42
R41

C102

Q9

C100
C98

PbF

C41

C42

J2

C96

Q9 Q9
(5.5V)(4.0V)

C78
C69

C9

S1

Q1

D1

C63

JMP8

JMP7

JMP6

R85

X1
(BBIC: 18
RESET
10.368MHz) (BBIC: 14)

C84
C82

RLY1

JMP5

34.1. Component View

34 CIRCUIT BOARD (BASE UNIT)

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

TP45

CHARGE

TP39
TP3

TP50

TP40

78
TP5

TP97

TP82

Q9 input
(5.5V)

TP90

TP2
2

TP187

TP101

TP89

C99

Q9 output
(4V)

TP91

CHARGE

TP10

KX-TG1100/1102 CIRCUIT BOARD (BASE UNIT) Flow Solder Side View

TP188

TP1

RF clock
(BBIC: 11 10.368MHz)

GND
VBACK
SCL
SDA
+2.65V

PbF

34.2. Flow Solder Side View

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

C1

TP5

F1

R5
R1

R6

MIC- MIC+

79

IC2

D3
4.0V

4V

D102

C5

D4

TP6

IC3

TP19
C57
L3

BUZ
C67 D7
R26
C68

C33
R103

TP16

C34

VBACK

VBACK+

TP22

C3

GND

SDA

SCL

GND

KX-TGA110 CIRCUIT BOARD (HANDSET) Component View

TP2: SP+
(BBIC: 41)

TP2

TP1: SP1
(BBIC: 42)

C66
C201 C203
C202

VDD
(2.65V)

C116

LED102

REV

C60

IC4
(BBIC)

C21

PQUP11406Z

D6
R27

TP1

C15

TP102

TP101

C54
C62
R18
R112

R17

C65

A201

R101

Q104

LED101

TP15

IC3
(RF Module)

GND

GND

C204 C26 C28 C29 C8

C27

R2

R11

D1

Q4

PbF

C22

81
80

TP17

C14

C108

R4

50
51

R102

L2

R110

C7 R8
R7 C30

IC4

Q1

R111

C58
C71

TP4
BATTERY-

L5

R12

C24

1
100

C20

KX-TG1100/KX-TGA110

R113

Q3
C4
C6

Q2

30
31

TP23

BATT

BATT

C64 C61 C56 C55

R21

D5

C16 C23 C32

R19

L4

X1

C18

D2

TP3
BATTERY+

35.1. Component View

35 CIRCUIT BOARD (HANDSET)

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

INT

MIC

CANCEL

DOWN

REDIAL

80

UP

POWER

RIGHT

LEFT

TALK

PROG

BOOK

36

35.2. Flow Solder Side View

PbF
1
KX-TGA110 CIRCUIT BOARD (HANDSET) Flow Solder Side View

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

KX-TG1100FXS / KX-TG1100FXT / KX-TG1102FXS / KX-TGA110FXS / KX-TGA110FXT

36 CIRCUIT BOARD (CHARGER UNIT)


36.1. Component View

J1
D1

PbF
PQUP11205Z
B
CIRCUIT BOARD (CHARGER UNIT) Component View

36.2. Flow Solder Side View

R2

R1

TP3
TP4

PbF
TP1

TP2

PQUP11205Z

CIRCUIT BOARD (CHARGER UNIT) Flow Solder Side View

81

I.N./I
KXTG1100FXS
KXTG1100FXT
KXTG1102FXS
KXTGA110FXS
KXTGA110FXT