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Colour Television Chassis

TPM9.1A
LA

Contents Page
1. Revision List 2
2. Technical Specs, Diversity, and Connections 2
3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List 5
4. Mechanical Instructions 9
5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding 14
6. Alignments 24
7. Circuit Descriptions 26
8. IC Data Sheets 30
9. Block Diagrams
Wiring diagram 3000 32" 37
Wiring diagram 3000 42" 38
Block Diagram 3000 39
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts Drawing PWB
B 715G5617 SSB 3000 series 38 59-60
J 715G5324 IR/LED 3000 series 61 62
E 715G3814 Keyboard3000 series 63 64
11. Styling Sheets
3000 series 32 67
3000 series 42 68

Published by XjL/MjX/MC/SC 1266 TV Quality Printed in the Netherlands Subject to modification EN 3122 785 19330
2012-Jun-15


2012 TP Vision Netherlands B.V.
All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the
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TP Vision Netherlands B.V. reserves the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust
earlier supplies accordingly.
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EN 2 1. TPM9.1AL LA Revision List

1. Revision List
Manual xxxx xxx xxxx.0
First release.

2. Technical Specs, Diversity, and Connections


Index of this chapter: Specifications are indicative (subject to change).
2.1 Technical Specifications
2.2 Directions for Use 2.1 Technical Specifications
2.3 Connections For on-line product support please use the links in Table 2-1.
2.4 Chassis Overview Here is product information available, as well as getting started,
user manuals, frequently asked questions and software &
Notes: drivers.
Figures can deviate due to the different set executions.

Table 2-1 Described Model Numbers and Diversity

2 4 9 10 11
Mechanics Block Diagrams Schematics

E (Keyboard/Leading Edge)
Connection Overview

Rear Cover Removal

Wiring Diagram

Block Diagram
Wire Dressing

SSB Removal

J (IR/LED)

Styling
CTN SSB

32PFL3007/56 2-1 4-1 4.3.1 4.3.4 9.1 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.1
32PFL3007/98 2-1 4-1 4.3.1 4.3.4 9.1 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.1
32PFL3007S/98 2-1 4-1 4.3.1 4.3.4 9.1 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.1
42PFL3007/56 2-1 4-2 4.3.1 4.3.4 9.2 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.2
42PFL3007/98 2-1 4-2 4.3.1 4.3.4 9.2 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.2
42PFL3007S/98 2-1 4-2 4.3.1 4.3.4 9.2 9.3 10.1 10.2 10.3 11.2

2.2 Directions for Use


Directions for use can be downloaded from the following
websites:
http://www.philips.com/support
http://www.p4c.philips.com

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Technical Specs, Diversity, and Connections TPM9.1AL LA 2. EN 3

2.3 Connections

USB 2
2

USB 1
3

R
4

AV IN 1
VIDEO L
8 7 6

HDMI 3
5
AUDIO TV ANTENNA

PC IN
HDMI 2
9 VGA
CVI 2/AV
Y/V Pb Pr L R

SERV.U
14
HDMI 1
10 13
VIDEO L R Y Pb Pr L R
AV OUT CVI 1

11 12
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Figure 2-1 Connection overview

Note: The following connector colour abbreviations are used Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
(acc. to DIN/IEC 757): Bk= Black, Bu= Blue, Gn= Green, Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
Gy= Grey, Rd= Red, Wh= White, Ye= Yellow.
5 - HDMI 3: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio - In/Out
2.3.1 Side Connections
19 1
18 2

1 - USB2 2.0 10000_017_090121.eps


090428

1 2 3 4 Figure 2-3 HDMI (type A) connector


10000_022_090121.eps
090121
1 - D2+ Data channel j
Figure 2-2 USB (type A) 2 - Shield Gnd H
3 - D2- Data channel j
4 - D1+ Data channel j
1 - +5V k
5 - Shield Gnd H
2 - Data (-) jk
6 - D1- Data channel j
3 - Data (+) jk
7 - D0+ Data channel j
4 - Ground Gnd H
8 - Shield Gnd H
9 - D0- Data channel j
2 - USB1 2.0 10 - CLK+ Data channel j
See 1 - USB2 2.0 11 - Shield Gnd H
12 - CLK- Data channel j
3 - Head phone (Output) 13 - Easylink/CEC Control channel jk
Bk - Head phone 80 - 600 / 10 mW ot 14 - n.c.
15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j
4 - Cinch: Video CVBS - In, Audio - In 16 - DDC_SDA DDC data jk
Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 jq 17 - Ground Gnd H

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18 - +5V j 13 - H-sync 0-5V j


19 - HPD Hot Plug Detect j 14 - V-sync 0-5V j
20 - Ground Gnd H 15 - DDC_SCL DDC clock j

2.3.2 Rear Connections 9 - HDMI 2: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio with ARC -
In/Out
6 - TV ANTENNA - In See 5 - HDMI 3: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio - In/Out
Signal input from an antenna, cable or satellite.
10 - HDMI 1: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio with ARC
7 - Audio - In: Left / Right, VGA -In/Out
Bu - Audio L/R in 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq See 5 - HDMI 3: Digital Video - In, Digital Audio - In/Out

8- PC IN:VGA 11 - Cinch: Video CVBS - Out, Audio - Out


1 5
Ye - Video CVBS 1 VPP / 75 kq
6
10 Rd - Audio R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k kq
11 15 Wh - Audio L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k kq
10000_002_090121.eps
090127
12 - Service / UART
Figure 2-4 VGA connector 1 - UART_TX Transmit k
2 - Ground Gnd H
3 - UART_RX Receive j
1 - Video Red 0.7 VPP / 75 W j
2 - Video Green 0.7 VPP / 75 W j
3 - Video Blue 0.7 VPP / 75 W j 13 - Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In
4 - n.c. Gn - Video - Y 1 VPP / 75 W jq
5 - Ground Gnd H Bu - Video - Pb 0.7 VPP / 75 jq
6 - Ground Red Gnd H Rd - Video - Pr 0.7 VPP / 75 jq
7 - Ground Green Gnd H Wh - Audio - L 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
8 - Ground Blue Gnd H Rd - Audio - R 0.5 VRMS / 10 k jq
9 - +5VDC +5 V j
10 - Ground Sync Gnd H 14 - Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In
11 - Ground Red Gnd H See 13 - Cinch: Video YPbPr - In, Audio - In
12 - DDC_SDA DDC data j

2.4 Chassis Overview


Refer to 9. Block Diagrams for PWB/CBA locations.

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Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List TPM9.1AL LA 3. EN 5

3. Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List


Index of this chapter: Where necessary, measure the waveforms and voltages
3.1 Safety Instructions with (D) and without (E) aerial signal. Measure the
3.2 Warnings voltages in the power supply section both in normal
3.3 Notes operation (G) and in stand-by (F). These values are
3.4 Abbreviation List indicated by means of the appropriate symbols.

3.3.2 Schematic Notes


3.1 Safety Instructions
All resistor values are in ohms, and the value multiplier is
Safety regulations require the following during a repair:
often used to indicate the decimal point location (e.g. 2K2
Connect the set to the Mains/AC Power via an isolation
indicates 2.2 k).
transformer (> 800 VA).
Resistor values with no multiplier may be indicated with
Replace safety components, indicated by the symbol h,
either an E or an R (e.g. 220E or 220R indicates 220 ).
only by components identical to the original ones. Any
All capacitor values are given in micro-farads ( 10-6),
other component substitution (other than original type) may
nano-farads (n 10-9), or pico-farads (p 10-12).
increase risk of fire or electrical shock hazard.
Capacitor values may also use the value multiplier as the
decimal point indication (e.g. 2p2 indicates 2.2 pF).
Safety regulations require that after a repair, the set must be
An asterisk (*) indicates component usage varies. Refer
returned in its original condition. Pay in particular attention to
to the diversity tables for the correct values.
the following points:
The correct component values are listed on the Philips
Route the wire trees correctly and fix them with the
Spare Parts Web Portal.
mounted cable clamps.
Check the insulation of the Mains/AC Power lead for
external damage. 3.3.3 Spare Parts
Check the strain relief of the Mains/AC Power cord for
proper function. For the latest spare part overview, consult your Philips Spare
Check the electrical DC resistance between the Mains/AC Part web portal.
Power plug and the secondary side (only for sets that have
a Mains/AC Power isolated power supply): 3.3.4 BGA (Ball Grid Array) ICs
1. Unplug the Mains/AC Power cord and connect a wire
between the two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug. Introduction
2. Set the Mains/AC Power switch to the on position For more information on how to handle BGA devices, visit this
(keep the Mains/AC Power cord unplugged!). URL: http://www.atyourservice-magazine.com. Select
3. Measure the resistance value between the pins of the Magazine, then go to Repair downloads. Here you will find
Mains/AC Power plug and the metal shielding of the Information on how to deal with BGA-ICs.
tuner or the aerial connection on the set. The reading
should be between 4.5 M and 12 M.
BGA Temperature Profiles
4. Switch off the set, and remove the wire between the
For BGA-ICs, you must use the correct temperature-profile.
two pins of the Mains/AC Power plug.
Where applicable and available, this profile is added to the IC
Check the cabinet for defects, to prevent touching of any
Data Sheet information section in this manual.
inner parts by the customer.

3.3.5 Lead-free Soldering


3.2 Warnings
Due to lead-free technology some rules have to be respected
All ICs and many other semiconductors are susceptible to by the workshop during a repair:
electrostatic discharges (ESD w). Careless handling Use only lead-free soldering tin. If lead-free solder paste is
during repair can reduce life drastically. Make sure that, required, please contact the manufacturer of your soldering
during repair, you are connected with the same potential as equipment. In general, use of solder paste within
the mass of the set by a wristband with resistance. Keep workshops should be avoided because paste is not easy to
components and tools also at this same potential. store and to handle.
Be careful during measurements in the high voltage Use only adequate solder tools applicable for lead-free
section. soldering tin. The solder tool must be able:
Never replace modules or other components while the unit To reach a solder-tip temperature of at least 400C.
is switched on. To stabilize the adjusted temperature at the solder-tip.
When you align the set, use plastic rather than metal tools. To exchange solder-tips for different applications.
This will prevent any short circuits and the danger of a Adjust your solder tool so that a temperature of around
circuit becoming unstable. 360C - 380C is reached and stabilized at the solder joint.
Heating time of the solder-joint should not exceed ~ 4 sec.
Avoid temperatures above 400C, otherwise wear-out of
3.3 Notes tips will increase drastically and flux-fluid will be destroyed.
To avoid wear-out of tips, switch off unused equipment or
3.3.1 General reduce heat.
Mix of lead-free soldering tin/parts with leaded soldering
Measure the voltages and waveforms with regard to the tin/parts is possible but PHILIPS recommends strongly to
chassis (= tuner) ground (H), or hot ground (I), depending avoid mixed regimes. If this cannot be avoided, carefully
on the tested area of circuitry. The voltages and waveforms clear the solder-joint from old tin and re-solder with new tin.
shown in the diagrams are indicative. Measure them in the
Service Default Mode with a colour bar signal and stereo 3.3.6 Alternative BOM identification
sound (L: 3 kHz, R: 1 kHz unless stated otherwise) and
picture carrier at 475.25 MHz for PAL, or 61.25 MHz for It should be noted that on the European Service website,
NTSC (channel 3). Alternative BOM is referred to as Design variant.

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EN 6 3. TPM9.1AL LA Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List

The third digit in the serial number (example: 3.4 Abbreviation List
AG2B0335000001) indicates the number of the alternative
B.O.M. (Bill Of Materials) that has been used for producing the 0/6/12 SCART switch control signal on A/V
specific TV set. In general, it is possible that the same TV
board. 0 = loop through (AUX to TV),
model on the market is produced with e.g. two different types
6 = play 16 : 9 format, 12 = play 4 : 3
of displays, coming from two different suppliers. This will then format
result in sets which have the same CTN (Commercial Type
AARA Automatic Aspect Ratio Adaptation:
Number; e.g. 28PW9515/12) but which have a different B.O.M.
algorithm that adapts aspect ratio to
number. remove horizontal black bars; keeps
By looking at the third digit of the serial number, one can
the original aspect ratio
identify which B.O.M. is used for the TV set he is working with.
ACI Automatic Channel Installation:
If the third digit of the serial number contains the number 1 algorithm that installs TV channels
(example: AG1B033500001), then the TV set has been
directly from a cable network by
manufactured according to B.O.M. number 1. If the third digit is
means of a predefined TXT page
a 2 (example: AG2B0335000001), then the set has been ADC Analogue to Digital Converter
produced according to B.O.M. no. 2. This is important for
AFC Automatic Frequency Control: control
ordering the correct spare parts!
signal used to tune to the correct
For the third digit, the numbers 1...9 and the characters A...Z frequency
can be used, so in total: 9 plus 26= 35 different B.O.M.s can be
AGC Automatic Gain Control: algorithm that
indicated by the third digit of the serial number.
controls the video input of the feature
box
Identification: The bottom line of a type plate gives a 14-digit
AM Amplitude Modulation
serial number. Digits 1 and 2 refer to the production centre (e.g.
AP Asia Pacific
SN is Lysomice, RJ is Kobierzyce), digit 3 refers to the B.O.M. AR Aspect Ratio: 4 by 3 or 16 by 9
code, digit 4 refers to the Service version change code, digits 5
ASF Auto Screen Fit: algorithm that adapts
and 6 refer to the production year, and digits 7 and 8 refer to
aspect ratio to remove horizontal black
production week (in example below it is 2010 week 10 / 2010 bars without discarding video
week 17). The 6 last digits contain the serial number.
information
ATSC Advanced Television Systems
Committee, the digital TV standard in
the USA
ATV See Auto TV
Auto TV A hardware and software control
system that measures picture content,
and adapts image parameters in a
dynamic way
AV External Audio Video
AVC Audio Video Controller
AVIP Audio Video Input Processor
B/G Monochrome TV system. Sound
carrier distance is 5.5 MHz
BDS Business Display Solutions (iTV)
BLR Board-Level Repair
BTSC Broadcast Television Standard
Committee. Multiplex FM stereo sound
system, originating from the USA and
used e.g. in LATAM and AP-NTSC
countries
B-TXT Blue TeleteXT
10000_053_110228.eps
110228
C Centre channel (audio)
CEC Consumer Electronics Control bus:
Figure 3-1 Serial number (example) remote control bus on HDMI
connections
3.3.7 Board Level Repair (BLR) or Component Level Repair CL Constant Level: audio output to
(CLR) connect with an external amplifier
CLR Component Level Repair
If a board is defective, consult your repair procedure to decide ComPair Computer aided rePair
if the board has to be exchanged or if it should be repaired on CP Connected Planet / Copy Protection
component level. CSM Customer Service Mode
If your repair procedure says the board should be exchanged CTI Color Transient Improvement:
completely, do not solder on the defective board. Otherwise, it manipulates steepness of chroma
cannot be returned to the O.E.M. supplier for back charging! transients
CVBS Composite Video Blanking and
3.3.8 Practical Service Precautions Synchronization
DAC Digital to Analogue Converter
It makes sense to avoid exposure to electrical shock. DBE Dynamic Bass Enhancement: extra
While some sources are expected to have a possible low frequency amplification
dangerous impact, others of quite high potential are of DCM Data Communication Module. Also
limited current and are sometimes held in less regard. referred to as System Card or
Always respect voltages. While some may not be Smartcard (for iTV).
dangerous in themselves, they can cause unexpected DDC See E-DDC
reactions that are best avoided. Before reaching into a D/K Monochrome TV system. Sound
powered TV set, it is best to test the high voltage insulation. carrier distance is 6.5 MHz
It is easy to do, and is a good service precaution. DFI Dynamic Frame Insertion

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Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List TPM9.1AL LA 3. EN 7

DFU Directions For Use: owner's manual SDI), is a digitized video format used
DMR Digital Media Reader: card reader for broadcast grade video.
DMSD Digital Multi Standard Decoding Uncompressed digital component or
DNM Digital Natural Motion digital composite signals can be used.
DNR Digital Noise Reduction: noise The SDI signal is self-synchronizing,
reduction feature of the set uses 8 bit or 10 bit data words, and has
DRAM Dynamic RAM a maximum data rate of 270 Mbit/s,
DRM Digital Rights Management with a minimum bandwidth of 135
DSP Digital Signal Processing MHz.
DST Dealer Service Tool: special remote iTV Institutional TeleVision; TV sets for
control designed for service hotels, hospitals etc.
technicians LS Last Status; The settings last chosen
DTCP Digital Transmission Content by the customer and read and stored
Protection; A protocol for protecting in RAM or in the NVM. They are called
digital audio/video content that is at start-up of the set to configure it
traversing a high speed serial bus, according to the customer's
such as IEEE-1394 preferences
DVB-C Digital Video Broadcast - Cable LATAM Latin America
DVB-T Digital Video Broadcast - Terrestrial LCD Liquid Crystal Display
DVD Digital Versatile Disc LED Light Emitting Diode
DVI(-d) Digital Visual Interface (d= digital only) L/L' Monochrome TV system. Sound
E-DDC Enhanced Display Data Channel carrier distance is 6.5 MHz. L' is Band
(VESA standard for communication I, L is all bands except for Band I
channel and display). Using E-DDC, LPL LG.Philips LCD (supplier)
the video source can read the EDID LS Loudspeaker
information form the display. LVDS Low Voltage Differential Signalling
EDID Extended Display Identification Data Mbps Mega bits per second
(VESA standard) M/N Monochrome TV system. Sound
EEPROM Electrically Erasable and carrier distance is 4.5 MHz
Programmable Read Only Memory MHEG Part of a set of international standards
EMI Electro Magnetic Interference related to the presentation of
EPG Electronic Program Guide multimedia information, standardised
EPLD Erasable Programmable Logic Device by the Multimedia and Hypermedia
EU Europe Experts Group. It is commonly used as
EXT EXTernal (source), entering the set by a language to describe interactive
SCART or by cinches (jacks) television services
FDS Full Dual Screen (same as FDW) MIPS Microprocessor without Interlocked
FDW Full Dual Window (same as FDS) Pipeline-Stages; A RISC-based
FLASH FLASH memory microprocessor
FM Field Memory or Frequency MOP Matrix Output Processor
Modulation MOSFET Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect
FPGA Field-Programmable Gate Array Transistor, switching device
FTV Flat TeleVision MPEG Motion Pictures Experts Group
Gb/s Giga bits per second MPIF Multi Platform InterFace
G-TXT Green TeleteXT MUTE MUTE Line
H H_sync to the module MTV Mainstream TV: TV-mode with
HD High Definition Consumer TV features enabled (iTV)
HDD Hard Disk Drive NC Not Connected
HDCP High-bandwidth Digital Content NICAM Near Instantaneous Compounded
Protection: A key encoded into the Audio Multiplexing. This is a digital
HDMI/DVI signal that prevents video sound system, mainly used in Europe.
data piracy. If a source is HDCP coded NTC Negative Temperature Coefficient,
and connected via HDMI/DVI without non-linear resistor
the proper HDCP decoding, the NTSC National Television Standard
picture is put into a snow vision mode Committee. Color system mainly used
or changed to a low resolution. For in North America and Japan. Color
normal content distribution the source carrier NTSC M/N= 3.579545 MHz,
and the display device must be NTSC 4.43= 4.433619 MHz (this is a
enabled for HDCP software key VCR norm, it is not transmitted off-air)
decoding. NVM Non-Volatile Memory: IC containing
HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface TV related data such as alignments
HP HeadPhone O/C Open Circuit
I Monochrome TV system. Sound OSD On Screen Display
carrier distance is 6.0 MHz OAD Over the Air Download. Method of
I 2C Inter IC bus software upgrade via RF transmission.
I2D Inter IC Data bus Upgrade software is broadcasted in
I2S Inter IC Sound bus TS with TV channels.
IF Intermediate Frequency OTC On screen display Teletext and
IR Infra Red Control; also called Artistic (SAA5800)
IRQ Interrupt Request P50 Project 50: communication protocol
ITU-656 The ITU Radio communication Sector between TV and peripherals
(ITU-R) is a standards body PAL Phase Alternating Line. Color system
subcommittee of the International mainly used in West Europe (colour
Telecommunication Union relating to carrier = 4.433619 MHz) and South
radio communication. ITU-656 (a.k.a. America (colour carrier

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EN 8 3. TPM9.1AL LA Precautions, Notes, and Abbreviation List

PAL M = 3.575612 MHz and SVGA 800 600 (4:3)


PAL N = 3.582056 MHz) SVHS Super Video Home System
PCB Printed Circuit Board (same as PWB) SW Software
PCM Pulse Code Modulation SWAN Spatial temporal Weighted Averaging
PDP Plasma Display Panel Noise reduction
PFC Power Factor Corrector (or SXGA 1280 1024
Pre-conditioner) TFT Thin Film Transistor
PIP Picture In Picture THD Total Harmonic Distortion
PLL Phase Locked Loop. Used for e.g. TMDS Transmission Minimized Differential
FST tuning systems. The customer Signalling
can give directly the desired frequency TS Transport Stream
POD Point Of Deployment: a removable TXT TeleteXT
CAM module, implementing the CA TXT-DW Dual Window with TeleteXT
system for a host (e.g. a TV-set) UI User Interface
POR Power On Reset, signal to reset the uP uP Microprocessor
PSDL Power Supply for Direct view LED UXGA 1600 1200 (4:3)
backlight with 2D-dimming V V-sync to the module
PSL Power Supply with integrated LED VESA Video Electronics Standards
drivers Association
PSLS Power Supply with integrated LED VGA 640 480 (4:3)
drivers with added Scanning VL Variable Level out: processed audio
functionality output toward external amplifier
PTC Positive Temperature Coefficient, VSB Vestigial Side Band; modulation
non-linear resistor method
PWB Printed Wiring Board (same as PCB) WYSIWYR What You See Is What You Record:
PWM Pulse Width Modulation record selection that follows main
QRC Quasi Resonant Converter picture and sound
QTNR Quality Temporal Noise Reduction WXGA 1280 768 (15:9)
QVCP Quality Video Composition Processor XTAL Quartz crystal
RAM Random Access Memory XGA 1024 768 (4:3)
RGB Red, Green, and Blue. The primary Y Luminance signal
color signals for TV. By mixing levels Y/C Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C)
of R, G, and B, all colors (Y/C) are signal
reproduced. YPbPr Component video. Luminance and
RC Remote Control scaled color difference signals (B-Y
RC5 / RC6 Signal protocol from the remote and R-Y)
control receiver YUV Component video
RESET RESET signal
ROM Read Only Memory
RSDS Reduced Swing Differential Signalling
data interface
R-TXT Red TeleteXT
SAM Service Alignment Mode
S/C Short Circuit
SCART Syndicat des Constructeurs
d'Appareils Radiorcepteurs et
Tlviseurs
SCL Serial Clock I2C
SCL-F CLock Signal on Fast I2C bus
SD Standard Definition
SDA Serial Data I2C
SDA-F DAta Signal on Fast I2C bus
SDI Serial Digital Interface, see ITU-656
SDRAM Synchronous DRAM
SECAM SEequence Couleur Avec Mmoire.
Colour system mainly used in France
and East Europe. Colour
carriers = 4.406250 MHz and
4.250000 MHz
SIF Sound Intermediate Frequency
SMPS Switched Mode Power Supply
SoC System on Chip
SOG Sync On Green
SOPS Self Oscillating Power Supply
SPI Serial Peripheral Interface bus; a
4-wire synchronous serial data link
standard
S/PDIF Sony Philips Digital InterFace
SRAM Static RAM
SRP Service Reference Protocol
SSB Small Signal Board
SSC Spread Spectrum Clocking, used to
reduce the effects of EMI
STB Set Top Box
STBY STand-BY

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Mechanical Instructions TPM9.1AL LA 4. EN 9

4. Mechanical Instructions
Index of this chapter: Notes:
4.1 Cable Dressing Figures below can deviate slightly from the actual situation,
4.2 Service Positions due to the different set executions.
4.3 Assembly/Panel Removal
4.4 Set Re-assembly

4.1 Cable Dressing

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Figure 4-1 Cable dressing (32")

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Figure 4-2 Cable dressing (42")

4.2 Service Positions


For easy servicing of a TV set, the set should be put face down
on a soft flat surface, foam buffers or other specific workshop
tools. Ensure that a stable situation is created to perform
measurements and alignments. When using foam bars take
care that these always support the cabinet and never only the
display. Caution: Failure to follow these guidelines can
seriously damage the display!
Ensure that ESD safe measures are taken.

4.3 Assembly/Panel Removal


Instructions below apply to the 32PFL3507H/12, but will be
similar for other models.

4.3.1 Rear Cover

Refer to Figure 4-3 for details.


Warning: Disconnect the mains power cord before removing
the rear cover.
1. Remove fixation screws [1], [2] and, [3] that secure the rear
cover.
2. At the top side the rear cover is locked by catches, so
gently lift the bottom side and push the cover upwards to
release these catches. Then lift the cover from the TV.
Make sure that cabling and wires are not damaged while
lifting the rear cover from the set.

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2 1 1 2

M4 8
1 1
1

Q4 16
2

2 2 Q3 8
3

3
1 1

2 2
2 2 2 2

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Figure 4-3 Rear cover removal

4.3.2 Stand

Refer to Figure 4-4 for details.


1. Remove fixation screws [4] that secure the base assembly,
pull the base assembly downwards away from the catches.
Do not release the two screws in the middle of the stand.

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M4 18
4

4 4

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Figure 4-4 Stand removal

4.3.3 Power Supply Unit (PSU)

Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their


original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result 3
in damaging the PSU.
1. Unplug all connectors from the PSU. 3
2. Remove the fixation screw located right side of the mains
inlet connector.
3. Remove the other four fixation screws located at the 1
2
corners of the panel.
2
4. The PSU can be taken out of the set now.

4.3.4 Small Signal Board (SSB)

Refer to Figure 4-5 for details.


Caution: it is mandatory to remount all different screws at their
original position during re-assembly. Failure to do so may result
in damaging the SSB.
1. Release the clips from the LVDS cable connector that
connects the panel to the SSB [1].
3 3
Caution: be careful, as these are very fragile connectors!
2. Release the clamps and unplug all other connectors [2].
3. Remove all the fixation screws from the SSB [3]. 19330_103_120608.eps
120611
4. Take out the SSB with I/O bracket.
5. The SSB can now be shifted away from side connector
cover and lifted from the set. Figure 4-5 SSB removal
Refer to Figure 4-5 for details.
4.3.5 Speakers

1. Gently release the tapes that holds the speaker cables.


2. Unplug the speaker connector from the SSB.
3. Take the speakers out.
When defective, replace both units.

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4.3.6 Keyboard Control unit

1. Unplug the connector from the keyboard control panel.


2. Gently push inwards the two clips at the PSU side of the
unit. Release the unit at the PSU side and turn it away from
the PSU. Now push it towards the PSU to release the
catches at the other side of the unit.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.3.7 IR/LED Board

1. Gently release the clip that holds the board and take it out
from the bezel.
2. Unplug the connector from the IR/LED board.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.3.8 LCD Panel

1. Remove the SSB as described earlier.


2. Remove the PSU as described earlier.
3. Remove the speakers as described earlier.
4. Remove the keyboard control unit as described earlier.
5. Remove the IR/LED board as described earlier.
6. Remove all other metal parts that do not belong to the LCD
panel.
7. Release all fixing clips that secure the front bezel to the
LCD panel.
8. Lift the LCD Panel from the front bezel.
When defective, replace the whole unit.

4.4 Set Re-assembly


To re-assemble the whole set, execute all processes in reverse
order.

Notes:
While re-assembling, make sure that all cables are placed
and connected in their original position. See Figure 4-1.
Pay special attention not to damage the EMC foams on the
SSB shields. Ensure that EMC foams are mounted
correctly.

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5. Service Modes, Error Codes, and Fault Finding


Index of this chapter: Life Timer
5.1 Test Points During the life time cycle of the TV set, a timer is kept (called
5.2 Service Modes Op. Hour). It counts the normal operation hours (not the
5.3 Stepwise Start-up Stand-by hours). The actual value of the timer is displayed in
5.4 Service Tools SDM and SAM in a decimal value. Every two soft-resets
5.5 Software Upgrading increase the hour by + 1. Stand-by hours are not counted.
5.6 Error Codes
5.7 The Blinking LED Procedure Software Identification, Version, and Cluster
5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips The software ID, version, and cluster will be shown in the main
menu display of SDM, SAM, and CSM.
5.1 Test Points The screen will show: AAAAB-X.YYY, where:
As most signals are digital, it will be difficult to measure AAAA is the chassis name: T911A x.yyy.
waveforms with a standard oscilloscope. However, several key B is the region indication: E = Europe, A = AP/China, U =
ICs are capable of generating test patterns, which can be NAFTA, L = LATAM.
controlled via ComPair. In this way it is possible to determine X is the main version number: this is updated with a major
which part is defective. change of specification (incompatible with the previous
software version). Numbering will go from 1 - 99 and
Perform measurements under the following conditions: AA - ZZ.
Service Default Mode. - If the main version number changes, the new version
Video: Colour bar signal. number is written in the NVM.
Audio: 3 kHz left, 1 kHz right. - If the main version number changes, the default settings
are loaded.
5.2 Service Modes YYY is the sub version number: this is updated with a minor
The Service Mode feature is split into five parts: change (backwards compatible with the previous
Service Default Mode (SDM). versions). Numbering will go from 000 - 999.
Service Alignment Mode (SAM). - If the sub version number changes, the new version
Factory Mode. number is written in the NVM.
Customer Service Mode (CSM). - If the NVM is refreshed, the software identification,
Computer Aided Repair Mode (ComPair). version, and cluster will also be written to NVM.

SDM, SAM and the Factory mode offer features, which can be Display Option Code Selection
used by the Service engineer to repair/align a TV set. Some When after an SSB or display exchange, the display option
features are: code is not set properly, it will result in a TV with no display.
A pre-defined situation to ensure measurements can be Therefore, it is required to set this display option code after
made under uniform conditions (SDM). such a repair.
Activates the blinking LED procedure for error identification To do so, press the following key sequence on a standard RC
when no picture is available (SDM). transmitter: 062598 directly followed by MENU and xxx,
Make alignments (e.g. White Tone), reset the error buffer where xxx is a 3 digit decimal value of the panel type: see
(SAM and Factory Mode). column Display Code in Table 6-3. When the value is
Display information (SDM or SAM indication in upper accepted and stored in NVM, the set will switch to Stand-by, to
right corner of screen, error buffer, software version, indicate that the process has been completed.
operating hours, options and option codes, sub menus). During this algorithm, the NVM-content must be filtered,
because several items in the NVM are TV-related and not SSB
The CSM is a Service Mode that can be enabled by the related (e.g. Model and Prod. S/N). Therefore, Model
and Prod. S/N data is changed into See Type Plate. In case
consumer. The CSM displays diagnosis information, which the
a call centre or consumer reads See Type Plate in CSM
customer can forward to the dealer or call centre. In CSM
mode, CSM, is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. mode.
The information provided in CSM and the purpose of CSM is to:
Increase the home repair hit rate. 5.2.2 Service Default Mode (SDM)
Decrease the number of nuisance calls.
Solved customers problem without home visit. Purpose
Set the TV in SDM mode in order to be able to create a
ComPair Mode is used for communication between a computer predefined setting for measurements to be made. In this
and a TV on I2C /UART level and can be used by a Service platform, a simplified SDM is introduced (without protection
engineer to quickly diagnose the TV set by reading out error override and without tuning to a predefined frequency).
codes, read and write in NVMs, communicate with ICs and the
micro processor (PWM, registers, etc.), and by making use of Specifications
a fault finding database. It will also be possible to up and Set linear video and audio settings to 50%, but volume to
download the software of the TV set via I2C with help of 25%. Stored user settings are not affected.
ComPair. To do this, ComPair has to be connected to the TV All service-unfriendly modes (if present) are disabled, since
set via the ComPair connector, which will be accessible they interfere with diagnosing/repairing a set. These
through the rear of the set (without removing the rear cover). service unfriendly modes are:
(Sleep) timer.
Note: For the new model range, a new remote control (RC) is Blue mute/Wall paper.
used with some renamed buttons. This has an impact on the Auto switch off (when there is no ident signal).
activation of the Service modes. For instance the old MENU Hotel or hospital mode.
button is now called HOME (or is indicated by a house icon). Child lock or parental lock (manual or via V-chip).
Skipping, blanking of Not favourite, Skipped or
5.2.1 General Locked presets/channels.
Automatic storing of Personal Preset or Last Status
settings.
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Automatic user menu time-out (menu switches controls will not have I+ button, but an INFO button
back/OFF automatically. instead.
Auto Volume levelling (AVL).
How to Exit SDM
How to Activate SDM Switch the set to Stand-by by pressing the stand-by button
To activate SDM, use the following methods: on the remote control transmitter or on the television set.
Press the following key sequence on the RC transmitter: Via a standard customer RC-transmitter: key
062596, directly followed by the Home button. in 00-sequence.
After activating this mode, SDM will appear in the upper left Note: If the TV is switched off by a power interrupt while
corner of the screen. in SDM, the TV will show up in the last status of SDM menu
as soon as the power is supplied again. The error buffer will
On Screen Menu not be cleared.
After activating SDM, the following items are displayed, with
SDM in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate that the 5.2.3 Service Alignment Mode (SAM)
television is in Service Default Mode. Menu items and
explanation: Purpose
xxxxx Operating hours (in decimal). To modify the NVM.
AAAAB-X.YYY See Software Identification, Version, and To display/clear the error code buffer.
Cluster for the software name definition. To perform alignments.
ERR Shows all errors detected since the last time the
buffer was erased in format <xxx> <xxx> <xxx> <xxx>
Specifications
<xxx> (five errors possible).
Operation hours counter (maximum five digits displayed).
OP Used to read-out the option bytes. In this chassis two Software version, error codes, and option settings display.
times eight option codes are used.
Error buffer clearing.
Option settings.
How to Navigate Software alignments (White Tone).
As this mode is read only, there is nothing to navigate. To NVM Editor.
switch to other modes, use one of the following methods: Set screen mode to full screen (all content is visible).
Command MENU from the user remote will exit SDM.
To prevent the OSD from interfering with measurements in
How to Activate SAM
SDM, use the command Adjust or Options (STATUS
To activate SAM, use one of the following methods:
or INFO for NAFTA and LATAM) from the user remote.
Press the following key sequence on the remote control
This will switch the OSD off while remaining in the SDM
transmitter: 062596, directly followed by the INFO
mode. The SDM OSD is remains visible in the upper right
button. Do not allow the display to time out between entries
corner of the screen. To exit SDM switch to Stand-by
while keying the sequence.
mode.
Or via ComPair.
Press the following key sequence on the remote control
After entering SAM, the following items are displayed,
transmitter: 062596 directly followed by the OK button to
with SAM in the upper right corner of the screen to indicate
switch to SAM (do not allow the display to time out between
that the television is in Service Alignment Mode.
entries while keying the sequence). Remarks: new remote

Table 5-1 SAM mode overview

Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Description


System Information Op Hour This represents the life timer. The timer counts normal operation hours, but does not
count Stand-by hours.
Main SW ID e.g. T911A 1.00 See paragraph Software Identification, Version, and Cluster for the software name
definition.
ERR e.g. 000 000 000 000 000 Shows all errors detected since the last time the buffer was erased. Five errors
possible.
OP1 e.g. 000 004 208 002 184 032 007 Used to read-out the option bytes. See paragraph 6.4 Option Settings in the
010 Alignments section for a detailed description. Ten codes are possible.
OP2 e.g. 000 023 000 106 064 000 000
122
Clear Press [OK] to clean the Error Codes Erases the contents of the error buffer. Select this menu item and press the MENU
immediately RIGHT key on the remote control. The content of the error buffer is cleared.
RGB Align Warm R Gain To align the White Tone. See
G Gain paragraph 6.3 Software Alignments in the Alignments section for a detailed description

B Gain
Normal R Gain
G Gain
B Gain
Cool R Gain
G Gain
B Gain
Store Store the RGB value
NVM editor Address Select and fill the NVM address
Value Select and fill the NVM value
Store Store the value in the address
Upload to USB Copy Channel List to USB To upload several settings from the TV to an USB stick
Copy NVM to USB
Copy Readable Info to USB

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Main Menu Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Description


Download from USB Copy Channel List from USB To download several settings from the USB stick to the TV
Copy NVM from USB
Copy Readable Info from USB
Copy EDID from USB
Initialize NVM Press [OK] to Initialize NVM To initialize a (corrupted) NVM. Be careful, this will erase all settings.
immediately
EDID Write Enable Press [OK] to enable EDID writable Enable EDID for writing
immediately
Service Data Type Number Press [OK] use key pad edit type Edit and display the applicable service data by using the displayed key pad.
number immediately
Production Number Press [OK] use key pad edit
production number immediately
12NC SSB Press [OK] use key pad edit SSB
immediately
12NC PSU Press [OK] use key pad edit PSU
immediately
12NC Display Press [OK] use key pad edit display
immediately
Clear OAD Version Press [OK] to clean OAD Version Clean OAD (Over Air Download, firmware update method) Version
immediately

How to Navigate Via a standard RC-transmitter, key in 00 sequence.


In the SAM menu, select menu items with the UP/DOWN Note: When the TV is switched off by a power interrupt while
keys on the remote control transmitter. The selected item in SAM, the TV will show up in normal operation mode as
will be indicated. When not all menu items fit on the screen, soon as the power is supplied again. The error buffer will not be
use the UP/DOWN keys to display the next/previous menu cleared.
items.
With the LEFT/RIGHT keys, it is possible to: 5.2.4 Contents of the Factory mode:
(De) activate the selected menu item.
(De) activate the selected sub menu.
Purpose
Change the value of the selected menu item.
To perform extended alignments.
When you press the MENU button once while in top level
SAM, the set will switch to the normal user menu (with the
Specifications
SAM mode still active in the background).
Displaying and or changing Panel ID information.
Press the following key sequence on the remote control
Displaying and or changing Tuner ID information.
transmitter: 062596 directly followed by the Home
button to switch to SDM (do not allow the display to time out Error buffer clearing.
Various software alignment settings.
between entries while keying the sequence).
Testpattern displaying.
Public Broadcasting Service password Reset.
How to Store SAM Settings
etc.
To store the settings changed in SAM mode (except the
RGB Align settings), leave the top level SAM menu by using
How to Activate the Factory mode
the POWER button on the remote control transmitter or the
television set. The mentioned exceptions must be stored To activate the Factory mode, use the following method:
Press the following key sequence on the remote control
separately via the STORE button.
transmitter: from the Home screen press 1999, directly
followed by the Back button. Do not allow the display to
How to Exit SAM
time out between entries while keying the sequence.
Use one of the following methods:
After entering the Factory mode, the following items are
Switch the set to STANDBY by pressing the mains button
displayed,
on the remote control transmitter or the television set.

Table 5-2 Factory mode overview

Default value
Item Item value 32" 42" Description
0 F/W VERSION Press OK Displays the software versions of the supplier, Flash PQ, Smart Picture, BL Dimming, Source Meter, the
Picture Quality checksum, the Dimming library, the Source meter library, the Flash AQ, the MTK, MCU and
OAD software versions.
1 Panel_ID See table 6-3 Display code Displays and changes the Panel ID with the left and right cursor; be careful changing this, it can result in not
overview correct displaying the screen!
2 ERR Code: xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx 000 000 000 000 000 Values showing the last 5 errors during the last 50 hours of operation, according to table 5-4 Error code table
3 CLEAR ERROR BUFFER Press OK Selecting this clear all current error codes.
4 NVM ADDRESS 0 NVM address 0 to 8191, Use Item 6 to change and 7 to store the data to the correct NVM address
5 NVM VALUE various Displays the value at the NVM address of item 5
6 NVM STORE Press OK Use this option to save the data of item 6 to NVM address of item 5
7 NVM COPY TV to USB Press OK Use this to store the NVM data to the REPAIR folder of a FAT formatted USB memory stick. The TV will write
two files in the REPAIR folder of the memory stick. It will create this folder if it does not exist. The items are
Channel list, Personal settings, Option codes, Display-related alignments and History list. In case the
download to the USB stick was not successful Failure will appear. In this case, check if the USB stick is
connected properly. Now the settings are stored onto the USB stick and can be used to download onto another
TV or other SSB. Uploading is of course only possible if the software is running and if a picture is available.
This method is created to be able to save the customers TV settings and to store them into another SSB.
8 NVM COPY USB to TV Press OK Use this to store the NVM data from the USB memory stick to the TV. The TV will save the two files which were
created in item 8 to the NVM of the set. Use these options when replacing a SSB. When USB to TV Success
is displayed remove the power and restart the TV
9 CLR_TEMP_R 139 140 Red colour temperature setting

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Default value
Item Item value 32" 42" Description
10 CLR_TEMP_G 128 121 Green colour temperature setting
11 CLR_TEMP_B 120 107 Red colour temperature setting
12 AUTO_COLOR Press OK PC: any pattern that has black and white, YPbPr: SMPTE bar (colour bar), any timing.
13 ADC_GAIN_R 0 Red ADC gain
14 ADC_GAIN_G 0 Green ADC gain
15 ADC_GAIN_B 0 Blue ADC gain
16 ADC_OFFSET_R 128 Red ADC offset
17 ADC_OFFSET_G 128 Green ADC offset
18 ADC_OFFSET_B 128 Blue ADC offset
19 GAMMA_TABLE off GAMMA_TABLE
20 E-Fuse on E-fuse mode
21 ORT_MODE off ORT mode
22 RESET_PBS_PWD Press OK Use this to reset the Child Lock
23 V-COM Press OK V-COM
24 VIDEO_PWM_MEDIUM 150 VIDEO PWM Medium value
25 VIDEO_PWM_MINIMUN 178 VIDEO PWM Minimum value
26 VIDEO_PWM_MAXIMUN 0 VIDEO PWM Maximum value
27 PWM_RATIO_BEST_PICTUR 100 PWM ratio best picture
E
28 PWM_RATIO_STD_TOP 80 PWM ratio standard top
29 PWM_RATIO_STD_BOTTOM 70 PWM ratio standard bottom
30 PWM_RATIO_BEST_POWER 70 PWM ratio best power
31 VIDEO_STD_TH_HIGH 97 VIDEO standard threshold high
32 VIDEO_STD_TH_LOW 93 VIDEO standard threshold low
33 YPBPR_PHASE InValid Not available for this chassis
34 AUD_LIMITER_MODE 2 Three modes, 0: off, 1: adaptive mode, 2: fixed mode
35 AUD_THRESHOLD_BYTE1 255 Limit threshold
36 AUD_THRESHOLD_BYTE2 207 Limit threshold
37 AUD_THRESHOLD_BYTE3 5 Limit threshold
38 AUD_GAIN_LINEIN 3 Line-in audio gain
39 AUD_GAIN_HDMI 2 HDMI audio gain
40 AUD_GAIN_ATV 20 Analogue TV audio gain
41 AUD_GAIN_DTV 15 Digital TV audio gain
42 AUD_GAIN_USB 2 USB audio gain
43 TUNER_ID 167 Displays and changes the Tuner ID with the left and right cursor. Not to be changed when the tuner is replaced
with the correct service part
44 ESTICKER NVM1 3 3 ESTICKER value
45 ESTICKER NVM2 6 4 ESTICKER value
46 ESTICKER NVM3 7 6 ESTICKER value
47 ESTICKER NVM4 8 7 ESTICKER value
48 ESTICKER NVM5 9 8 ESTICKER value
49 ESTICKER NVM6 10 9 ESTICKER value
50 ESTICKER NVM7 255 10 ESTICKER value
51 ESTICKER NVM8 255 255 ESTICKER value
52 ESTICKER NVM9 255 255 ESTICKER value
53 ESTICKER NVM10 255 255 ESTICKER value
54 ESTICKER NVM11 255 255 ESTICKER value
55 ESTICKER NVM12 14 14 ESTICKER value
56 ESTICKER NVM13 17 15 ESTICKER value
57 ESTICKER NVM14 18 17 ESTICKER value
58 ESTICKER NVM15 19 18 ESTICKER value
59 ESTICKER NVM16 20 19 ESTICKER value
60 ESTICKER NVM17 21 20 ESTICKER value
61 ESTICKER NVM18 255 21 ESTICKER value
62 ESTICKER NVM19 255 255 ESTICKER value
63 ESTICKER NVM20 255 255 ESTICKER value
64 ESTICKER NVM21 255 255 ESTICKER value
65 ESTICKER NVM22 255 255 ESTICKER value
66 ESTICKER RESET Press OK ESTICKER reset
67 CIPLUS QUERY Press OK Shows the Validity of the CI+ key and the supplier information
68 CIPLUS UPDATE Press OK Used to enter a new CI+ code into the NVM. This can only be used when no CI+ code exists in the NVM
69 AQ_TABLE_INDEX 1 3 Audio Quality index
70 LIGHT SENSOR Press OK Light sensor
71 EDID UPDATE Press OK Used to enter a new EDID codes into the NVM
72 TCON_GAMMA_UPDATE Press OK TCON gamma update
73 AUDIO DEFAULT INIT Press OK AUDIO default initialization
74 TTX Enable On TTX function on/off
75 AGEING MODE Off Use this for ageing a new LCD panel
76 VIRGIN_MODE Off Use this to return the set to virgin mode. Depends whether the set has been used already.
77 EXIT_FACTORY Press OK Exits the Factory mode

How to Exit the Factory mode Select EXIT_FACTORY from the menu and press the OK
Use one of the following methods: button.

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Note: When the TV is switched off by a power interrupt, or 3.2 Child lock Not active / active. This is a combined item
normal switch to stand-by while in the factory mode, the TV for locks. If any lock (channel lock, parental lock) is active,
will show up in normal operation mode as soon as the power it is indicated as active.
is supplied again. The error buffer will not be cleared. 3.3 HDCP keys Indicates the validity of the HDMI keys (or
HDCP keys). In case these keys are not valid and the
5.2.5 Customer Service Mode (CSM) customer wants to make use of the HDMI functionality, the
SSB has to be replaced.
3.4 e-UM version Version of the available built in
Purpose
The Customer Service Mode shows error codes and electronic manual.
information on the TVs operation settings.The call centre can
instruct the customer (by telephone) to enter CSM in order to How to Navigate
identify the status of the set.This helps the call centre to By means of the CURSOR-DOWN/UP knob (or the scroll
diagnose problems and failures in the TV set before making a wheel) on the RC-transmitter, can be navigated through the
service call. menus.
The CSM is a read-only mode; therefore, modifications are not
possible in this mode. How to Exit CSM
To exit CSM, use one of the following methods.
Specifications Press the MENU/HOME button on the remote control
Ignore Service unfriendly modes. transmitter.
Line number for every Press the POWER button on the remote control
line (to make CSM language independent). transmitter.
Set the screen mode to full Press the POWER button on the television set.
screen (all contents on screen is visible).
After leaving the Customer Service Mode, the original
settings are restored.
Possibility to use CH+ or CH- for channel surfing, or
enter the specific channel number on the RC.

How to Activate CSM


To activate CSM, press the following key sequence on a
standard remote control transmitter: 123654 (do not allow the
display to time out between entries while keying the sequence).
After entering the Customer Service Mode, the following items
are displayed.

Note: Activation of the CSM is only possible if there is no (user)


menu on the screen!

Contents of CSM
1.1 Set Type This information is very helpful for a
helpdesk/workshop as reference for further diagnosis. In
this way, it is not necessary for the customer to look at the
rear of the TV-set. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is
initialized after corruption, this set type has to be re-written
to NVM.
1.2 Production code Displays the production
code (the serial number) of the TV. Note that if an NVM is
replaced or is initialized after corruption, this production
code has to be re-written to NVM.
1.3 Installation date Indicates the date of the first
installation of the TV. This date is acquired via time
extraction.
1.4 Option Code 1 Gives the option codes of option group
1 as set in SAM.
1.5 Option Code 2 Gives the option codes of option group
2 as set in SAM.
1.6 SSB Gives an identification of the SSB as stored in
NVM. Note that if an NVM is replaced or is initialized after
corruption, this identification number has to be re-written to
NVM. This identification number is the 12NC number of the
SSB.
1.7 Display 12NC NVM read/write.
1.8 PSU 12NC NVM read/write.
2.1 Current Main SW Displays the built-in main software
version. In case of field problems related to software,
software can be upgraded. As this software is consumer
upgradeable, it will also be published on the internet.
2.2 Standby SW Displays the built-in stand-by processor
software version. Upgrading this software will be possible
via USB.
2.3 Panel Code Displays the Display Code number.
2.4 NVM version Detects and displays NVM version.
2.5 Error Codes Detects and displays errors.
3.1 Signal Quality Analog/digital signal strength.

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5.3 Stepwise Start-up

Standby Soft Mode


Command Received,
previously in Standby Switch
Soft Mode (Power tact Off(Mains
Standby Power Plug)
switch)

Digital Digital
background background
TV Wakeup tasks started tasks completed
commands
Received
(TV Wakeup Standby
keys) commands Swith On,
Semi-
previously in
Received (RC Standby Standby/Semi-
Standby key) Standby (Mains
Power Plug)

Standby
Standby Soft Mode Soft Mode
Command Received, Command Switch Off (Mains
previously in Standby Received Power Plug)
TV Wakeup Soft Mode (Power (Power tact
commands tact switch) switch)
Received
(TV Wakeup Switch Off
keys) (Mains Power
Switch On, previously Plug)
in Power On Mode Standby Power Off
Power On (Power tact switch) Soft Mode Swith On,
previously in
Standby Soft Mode Standby Soft Mode
Command Received, (Mains Power Plug)
(Power tact switch)

Switch Off (Mains


Switch On,previously in
Power Plug)
TV Operation Mode
(Mains Power Plug)
19080_206_110323.eps
120224

Figure 5-1 Stepwise Start-up

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5.4 Service Tools 5.5 Software Upgrading

5.4.1 ComPair 5.5.1 Description

Introduction It is possible for the user to upgrade the main software via the
ComPair (Computer Aided Repair) is a Service tool for Philips USB port. This allows replacement of a software image in a
Consumer Electronics products. and offers the following: stand alone set. A description on how to upgrade the main
1. ComPair helps to quickly get an understanding on how to software can be found in the DFU or on the Philips website.
repair the chassis in a short and effective way.
2. ComPair allows very detailed diagnostics and is therefore 5.5.2 Introduction
capable of accurately indicating problem areas. No
knowledge on I2C or UART commands is necessary,
Philips continuously tries to improve its products, and its
because ComPair takes care of this.
recommend that the TV software is updated when updates are
3. ComPair speeds up the repair time since it can available. Software update files can be obtained from the
automatically communicate with the chassis (when the
dealer or can be downloaded from the following websites:
micro processor is working) and all repair information is
http://www.philips.com/support
directly available.
4. ComPair features TV software up possibilities.
Preparing a portable memory for software upgrade
The following requirements have to be met:
Specifications
1. A personal computer connected to the internet.
ComPair consists of a Windows based fault finding program 2. An archive utility that supports the ZIP-format (e.g. WinZip
and an interface box between PC and the (defective) product.
for Windows or Stufflt for Mac OS).
The ComPair II interface box is connected to the PC via an
3. A FAT formatted USB memory stick (preferably empty).
USB cable. For the TV chassis, the ComPair interface box and
the TV communicate via a bi-directional cable via the service
Note:
connector(s).
1. Only FAT/DOS-formatted memory sticks are supported.
The ComPair fault finding program is able to determine the
problem of the defective television, by a combination of 2. Only use software update files that can be found on the
http://www.philips.com/support web site.
automatic diagnostics and an interactive question/answer
procedure.
5.5.3 Check the current TV software version
How to Connect
This is described in the chassis fault finding database in Before starting the software upgrade procedure, it is advised to
ComPair. check that what the current TV software:
1. Press the 1 2 3 6 5 4 button on the remote control to enter
TO TV
the CSM mode.
2. Use the up/down cursor keys to select Current Main
TO TO TO
UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR
I2C SERVICE
CONNECTOR
UART SERVICE
CONNECTOR
Software.
If the current software version of the TV is the same as the
latest update file found on http://www.philips.com/support, it is
ComPair II
Multi
function
not necessary to update the TV software.
RC in RC out

Optional Power Link/ Mode


5.5.4 Download the latest software
Switch Activity I2C RS232 /UART

1. Open the internet page http://www.philips.com/support.


2. Find information and software related to the TV.
PC
3. Select the latest software update file and download it to the
PC.
4. Insert the USB memory stick into one of the USB ports of
the PC.
5. Decompress the downloaded ZIP file and copy the
ComPair II Developed by Philips Brugge autorun.upg to the root directory of the USB flash drive.
Optional power
HDMI 5V DC
I2C only 5.5.5 Update the TV software

10000_036_090121.eps
091118 1. Turn the TV on and wait for it to boot completely.
2. Insert the USB memory stick that contains the software
Figure 5-2 ComPair II interface connection update files in the TVs USB port.
3. The TV will detect the USB memory stick automatically.
Caution: It is compulsory to connect the TV to the PC as Then a window jumps out as Figure 5-3.
shown in the picture above (with the ComPair interface in Note: If the USB flash drive is not detected after power up,
between), as the ComPair interface acts as a level shifter. If disconnect it and re-insert it.
one connects the TV directly to the PC (via UART), ICs can be 4. Select [Update] and press OK. See Figure 5-3.
blown! 5. To proceed, In next menu select [Start] and press OK to
start software updates. See Figure 5-4.
6. Upgrading will now begins and the status of the updating
How to Order
progress will be displayed.
ComPair II order codes:
7. When the TV software is updated. Remove your USB flash
ComPair II interface: 3122 785 91020.
drive, then select [Restart] and press OK to restart the
Software is available via the Philips Service web portal.
TV.See Figure 5-5.
ComPair UART interface cable for TPM9.1x xx.
(using DB9 to 2mm pitch JST connector): 3122 785 90630.
Note: When you encounter problems, contact your local
support desk.

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FUS_clustername_version.zip: Contains the


autorun.upg which is needed to upgrade the TV main
software and the software download application.
NVM_clustername_version.zip: Default NVM content.
Must be programmed via ComPair.

5.5.7 How to Copy NVM Data to/from USB

When copying data to and from a USB memory stick, the folder
repair is used. When inserting an empty USB memory stick,
and downloading data to the stick, the TV will create this folder.
When sending data from a USB memory stick to a TV, the
intended data must be available in the repair folder.
Note that when copying EDID data to the TV, all necessary
19080_207_110324.eps
110324 EDID files must be in this folder.
Service mode overview for your reference.
Figure 5-3 Update the TV software [1/3]
Table 5-3 Service mode overview

Service Modes Description


SAM Service alignment mode
Factory Mode Used for extended alignments
SDM Service default Mode
CSM 3-page compact CSM pages. There will be CSM dump to
USB-stick upon entering CSM-mode
USB SW upgradeable SW-upgrading of flash memories MTK-chips MT5366 can
be done via USB. The main SW can be upgraded via
Autorun.upg
NVM-Editor in SAM NVM-editor will function as in the past: Address and Value
field is a decimal value via digit entry
Service Data New Service data in SAM for CTN, Prod. no., 12NC
programming with virtual key board
USB copy/paste in Channel list, NVM data, Readable info, EDID
19080_208_110324.eps SAM
110324
UART logging There will be printout available in UART. No specifications
of the printout, per MTK provision/definition.
Figure 5-4 Update the TV software [2/3]
Blind SAM RC sequence 062598 + Menu +
Panel code
Clear Buffer RC sequence 062599 + OK or via SAM

5.6 Error Codes

5.6.1 Introduction

Error codes are required to indicate failures in the TV set. In


principle a unique error code is available for every:
Activated (SW) protection.
Failing I2C device.
General I2C error.
The last five errors, stored in the NVM, are shown in the
Service menus. This is called the error buffer.
19080_209_110324.eps The error code buffer contains all errors detected since the last
110324
time the buffer was erased. The buffer is written from left to
right. When an error occurs that is not yet in the error code
Figure 5-5 Update the TV software [3/3]
buffer, it is displayed at the left side and all other errors shift one
position to the right.
Note:
An error will be added to the buffer if this error differs from any
Do not remove the USB flash drive during the software
error in the buffer. The last found error is displayed on the left.
update.
An error with a designated error code never leads to a
If a power failure occurs during the update, do not remove
deadlock situation. It must always be diagnosable (e.g. error
the USB flash drive from the TV. The TV will continue the
buffer via OSD or blinking LED or via ComPair).
software update as soon as the power comes up again.
In case a failure identified by an error code automatically
If an error occurs during the update retry the procedure or
results in other error codes (cause and effect), only the error
contact the dealer.
code of the MAIN failure is displayed.
We do not recommend downgrading to an older version.
Once the upgrade is finished, use the PC to remove the TV
software from the USB portable memory. 5.6.2 How to Read the Error Buffer

5.5.6 Content and Usage of the One-Zip Software File You can read the error buffer in three ways:
On screen via the SAM/SDM/CSM (if you have a picture).
Example:
Below you find a content explanation of the One-Zip file, and
ERROR: 000 000 000 000 000: No errors detected
instructions on how and when to use it. Only files that are
ERROR: 013 000 000 000 000: Error code 13 is the
relevant for Service are mentioned here.
last and only detected error
EDID_clustername.zip: Contains the EDID content of the
different EDID NVMs. See ComPair for further instructions.

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ERROR: 034 013 000 000 000: Error code 13 was It is assumed that the components are mounted correctly
detected first and error code 34 is the last detected with correct values and no bad solder joints.
(newest) error Before any fault finding actions, check if the correct options
Via the blinking LED procedure (when you have no are set.
picture). See paragraph 5.5 Software Upgrading.
Via ComPair. 5.8.1 NVM Editor

5.6.3 Error codes In some cases, it can be convenient if one directly can change
the NVM contents. This can be done with the NVM Editor in
In this chassis only layer 2 error codes are available and point SAM mode. With this option, single bytes can be changed.
to problems on the SSB. They are triggered by LED blinking
when CSM is activated. Only the following layer 2 errors are Caution:
defined: Do not change these, without understanding the function of
each setting, because incorrect NVM settings may
Table 5-4 Error code table seriously hamper the correct functioning of the TV set!
Always write down the existing NVM settings, before
Layer-2 error code Defective device changing the settings. This will enable you to return to the
13 General I2C bus error on the SSB original settings, if the new settings turn out to be incorrect.
16 +12 V missing or low, PSU defective
27 Channel decoder error on the SSB 5.8.2 Load Default NVM Values
34 Tuner I2C bus error on the SSB
35 EEPROM I2C error on SSB, M24C64 It is possible to upload the default values to the NVM with
ComPair in case the SW is changed, the NVM is replaced with
5.6.4 How to Clear the Error Buffer a new (empty) one, or when the NVM content is corrupted.
After replacing an EEPROM (or with a defective/no EEPROM),
The error code buffer is cleared in the following cases: default settings should be used to enable the set to start-up and
allow the Service Default Mode and Service Alignment Mode to
By using the CLEAR command in the SAM menu
be accessed.
By using the CLEAR command in the Factory mode:
By using the following key sequence on the remote control
transmitter: 062599 directly followed by the OK button. 5.8.3 No Picture
If the contents of the error buffer have not changed for 50
hours, the error buffer resets automatically. When you have no picture, first make sure you have entered
the correct display code. See paragraph 6.4 Option Settings for
Note: If you exit SAM by disconnecting the mains from the the instructions. See also Table 6-3.
television set, the error buffer is not reset.
5.8.4 Unstable Picture via HDMI input
5.7 The Blinking LED Procedure
Check (via ComPair or factory mode) if HDMI EDID data is
5.7.1 Introduction properly programmed.

The software is capable of identifying different kinds of errors. 5.8.5 No Picture via HDMI input
Because it is possible that more than one error can occur over
time, an error buffer is available, which is capable of storing the Check if HDCP key is valid. This can be done in CSM.
last five errors that occurred. This is useful if the OSD is not
working properly.
5.8.6 TV Will Not Start-up from Stand-by
Errors can also be displayed by the blinking LED procedure.
The method is to repeatedly let the front LED pulse with as
many pulses as the error code number, followed by a period of Possible Stand-by Controller failure. Re-flash the software.
1.5 seconds in which the LED is off. Then this sequence is
repeated. 5.8.7 Audio Amplifier
Example (1): error code 4 will result in four times the sequence
LED on for 0.25 seconds / LED off for 0.25 seconds. After The Class D-IC U6002 has a powerpad for cooling. When the
this sequence, the LED will be off for 1.5 seconds. Any RC IC is replaced it must be ensured that the powerpad is very well
command terminates the sequence. Error code LED blinking is pushed to the PWB while the solder is still liquid. This is needed
in red color. to insure that the cooling is guaranteed, otherwise the Class
Example (2): the content of the error buffer is 12 9 6 0 0 After D-IC could break down in short time.
entering SDM, the following occurs.
1 long blink of 5 seconds to start the sequence. 5.8.8 CSM
12 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds.
9 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds.
When CSM is activated and there is a USB memory stick
6 short blinks followed by a pause of 1.5 seconds.
connected to the TV, the software will dump the complete CSM
1 long blink of 1.5 seconds to finish the sequence. content to the USB memory stick. The file (Csm.txt) will be
The sequence starts again with 12 short blinks.
saved in the root of the USB memory stick.

5.7.2 Displaying the Entire Error Buffer


5.8.9 Loudspeakers

Additionally, the entire error buffer is displayed when Service Make sure that the volume is set to minimum during
Mode SDM is entered.
disconnecting the speakers in the ON-state of the TV. The
audio amplifier can be damaged by disconnecting the speakers
5.8 Fault Finding and Repair Tips during ON-state of the set!
Note:

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5.8.10 Display option code

Attention: In case the SSB is replaced, always check the Panel


Code in CSM, even when picture is available. Performance
with the incorrect display option code can lead to unwanted
side-effects for certain conditions.

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6. Alignments
Index of this chapter: In case you have a colour analyser:
6.1 General Alignment Conditions Measure with a calibrated (phosphor- independent) color
6.2 Hardware Alignments analyser (e.g. Minolta CA-210) in the centre of the screen.
6.3 Software Alignments Consequently, the measurement needs to be done in a
6.4 Option Settings dark environment.
6.5 Reset of Repaired SSB Adjust the correct x, y coordinates (while holding one of the
White point registers R, G or B on max. value) by means of
6.1 General Alignment Conditions decreasing the value of one or two other white points to the
Perform all electrical adjustments under the following correct x, y coordinates (see Table 6-1 White D alignment
conditions: values). Tolerance: dx: 0.010, dy: 0.010.
Power supply voltage: 90 - 264 VAC, 50/ 60 3 Hz. Repeat this step for the other colour Temperatures that
Connect the set to the mains via an isolation transformer need to be aligned.
with low internal resistance. When finished return to the SAM root menu and press
Allow the set to warm up for approximately 15 minutes. STANDBY on the RC to store the aligned values to the
Measure voltages and waveforms in relation to correct NVM.
ground (e.g. measure audio signals in relation to
AUDIO_GND). Table 6-1 White D alignment values
Caution: It is not allowed to use heat sinks as ground.
Test probe: Ri > 10 M, Ci < 20 pF. Value Cool (11000 K) Normal (9000 K) Warm (6500 K)
Use an isolated trimmer/screwdriver to perform x 0.276 0.287 0.313
alignments. y 0.282 0.296 0.329

6.2 Hardware Alignments If you do not have a colour analyser, you can use the default
Not applicable.
values. This is the next best solution. The default values are
average values coming from production (statistics).
6.3 Software Alignments
Put the set in SAM mode (see Chapter 5. Service Modes, Error
6.3.2 Display Adjustment
Codes, and Fault Finding). The SAM menu will now appear on
the screen. Select RGB Align and go to one of the sub menus.
The alignments are explained below. You can use the default values. The default values are average
values coming from production.
The following items can be aligned:
Enter SAM mode.
White point
Select a colour temperature (e.g. COOL, NORMAL, or
To store the data: WARM).
Set the RED, GREEN and BLUE default values according
Press OK on the RC before the cursor is moved to the
to the values in Table 6-2.
left.
Select Store and press OK on the RC. When finished press OK on the RC, then press STORE to
store the aligned values to the NVM.
Switch the set to stand-by mode.
Restore the initial picture settings after the alignments.
For the next alignments, supply the following test signals via a
video generator to the RF input: Table 6-2 White tone default settings
EU/AP-PAL models: a PAL B/G TV-signal with a signal
strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 475.25 MHz Colour temperature
US/AP-NTSC models: an NTSC M/N TV-signal with a Picture mode Screen size Red Green Blue
signal strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of Normal (9000K) 32PFL3007 139 128 120
61.25 MHz (channel 3). 42PFL3007 140 121 107
LATAM models: an NTSC M TV-signal with a signal Cool (11000K) 32PFL3007 128 128 131
strength of at least 1 mV and a frequency of 42PFL3007 140 126 129
61.25 MHz (channel 3). Warm (6500K) 32PFL3007 146 125 88
42PFL3007 140 104 59

6.3.1 RGB Alignment


This group setting of colour temperature will be applied
Before alignment, set the picture as follows: automatically to the TV / VGA / HDMI / AV sources.
Picture Setting
Dynamic backlight Off
Dynamic Contrast Off
Color Enhancement Off
Picture Format Unscaled
Light Sensor Off
Brightness 50
Color 0
Contrast 100

White Tone Alignment:


Activate SAM.
Select RGB Align. and choose a color temperature.
Use a 100% white screen as input signal and set the
following values:
Red BL Offset and Green BL Offset to 7 (if
present).
All White point values initial to 128.

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6.4 Option Settings 6.5.1 SSB Identification

6.4.1 Introduction SSBs of this chassis are identified by a 715 code on the SSB.
715Axxxx-Nnn-MMM-OOOO
The microprocessor communicates with a large number of I2C 715 main category, Printed Wiring Board
ICs in the set. To ensure good communication and to make Axxxx sub category, sequential coding number
digital diagnosis possible, the microprocessor has to know Nnn Version code
which ICs to address. The presence / absence of these N Development number
MT5301B ICs is made known by the option codes. nn Production number
MMM Mounting variation code
Notes: OOOO Optional variation code
After changing the option(s), save them by pressing the OK Make sure when replacing an SSB the SSB identification codes
button on the RC before the cursor is moved to the left, match the replacement board.
select STORE and press OK on the RC.
The new option setting is only active after the TV is 6.5.2 Cable position numbers
switched off / stand-by and on again with the mains
switch (the NVM is then read again). In wiring diagrams of this manual the position numbers of the
cables are not shown. These position number however can be
6.4.2 Option Code Overview derived from the connector numbers those cables are
connected to.
Enter SAM mode to check the option codes. they could not be To determine the position number of the cable, an E should
edited in the NVM. be prefixed to the connector number of the connector where
the cable initiates from.
6.4.3 Display Code Overview For example, a cable from the PSU connector CN902 to the
SSB connector CN701, will have the position number ECN902.
The order is always seen from where the power initiates from.
Press the following key sequence on a standard RC
So from PSU to SSB, from SSB to IR/LED panel, from IR/LED
transmitter: 062598 directly followed by MENU and xxx, panel to keyboard control panel.
where xxx is a 3 digit decimal value of the panel type: see
column Display Code in Table 6-3. After resetting the Display
Code, restart the set immediately.

Table 6-3 Display code overview

CTN_ALT BOM# Panel Type Display Code


32PFL3007 T315XW04 V384 160
42PFL3007 LCD LC420WUE-SCV1 152

6.5 Reset of Repaired SSB


A very important issue towards a repaired SSB from a Service
repair shop (SSB repair on component level) implies the reset
of the NVM on the SSB.
A repaired SSB in Service should get the service Set type
00PF0000000000 and Production code 00000000000000.
Also the virgin bit is to be set. To set all this, you can use the
ComPair tool or use the NVM editor and Dealer options
items in SAM (do not forget to store).

After a repaired SSB has been mounted in the set (set repair
on board level), the type number (CTN) and production code of
the TV has to be set according to the type plate of the set. For
this, you can use the NVM editor in SAM. The loading of the
CTN and production code can also be done via ComPair
(Model number programming).

In case of a display replacement, reset the Operation hours


display to 0, or to the operation hours of the replacement
display.

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7. Circuit Descriptions
Index of this chapter: 7.1 Introduction
7.1 Introduction The TPM9.1A LA series is a new chassis launched in Asia in
7.2 Power Supply 2012. the whole range is covered by MT5301BGMU/B
7.3 DC/DC Converters LQFP-256,main IC so-called MT5301 platform.
7.4 Front-End Analogue and reception
7.5 HDMI Philips 3007 series comes with the following stylings:
7.6 Video and Audio Processing - MT5301B Philips 3007 series be supported for 1920 1080 full-HD
Panel (3007 series 32PFL3007/42PFL3007)
Notes:
Only new circuits. 7.1.1 Implementation
(circuits that are not published recently) are described.
Figures can deviate slightly from the actual situation, due Key components of this chassis are:
to different set executions. MT5301BGMU TV Processor
For a good understanding of the following circuit TMDS361BPAGR HDMI Switch
descriptions, please use the wiring, block (see chapter AD82586 AUDIO Amplifier
9. Block Diagrams) and circuit diagrams (see chapter
10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts).Where necessary,
7.1.2 TPM9.1A Architecture Overview
you will find a separate drawing for clarification.

For details about the chassis block diagrams refer


to Figure 9.3.

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7.1.3 SSB Cell Layout

DC/DC

USB

DDR
DDR
MT5301B

Headphone

TUNER

HDMI SWITCH ANALOG I/O AV IN

CVI/AV

AV OUT
HDMI

HDMI

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Figure 7-1 SSB layout cells (top view)

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7.2 Power Supply


Refer to figure Figure 7-2 for the power architecture of this
platform.

1 power - PCB
Amplifier LVDS

LED Driver 24V 12V

ON/OFF
DIMING
12V
System Power 5V
Platform
MT5301B
PSU GND
24V CN701
5V

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Figure 7-2 Power Architecture 3000 series

7.2.1 Power Supply Unit LED backlight:


- side-view LED without scanning: PSL power board
All power supplies are a black box for Service. When defective, - side-view LED with scanning: PSLS power board
a new board must be ordered and the defective one must be - direct-view LED without 2D-dimming: PSL power board
returned, unless the main fuse of the board is broken. Always - direct-view LED with 2D-dimming: PSDL power board.
replace a defective fuse with one with the correct
specifications! This part is available in the regular market. PSL stands for Power Supply with integrated LED-drivers.
Consult the Philips Service web portal for the order codes of the PSLS stands for a Power Supply with integrated LED-drivers
boards. with added Scanning functionality (added microcontroller).
Consult the Philips Service web portal for the order codes of the PSDL stands for a Power Supply for Direct-view LED backlight
boards. with 2D-dimming.

Important deltas with the 3000 series platform are: 7.2.3 Connector overview
New power architecture for CCFL backlight (IPB)
Boost-signal is now a PWM-signal + continuous variable.
Connector
32PFL3007 42PFL3007
The control signals are: no. CN902 CN904 CN902
Stand-by Descr. to SSB to panel to SSB
Inverter on/off Pin CN902 CN904 13
DIM (PWM) (not for PSDL) 1 ON/OFF +24V ON/OFF
2 DIM +24V PDIM
In this manual, no detailed information is available because of 3 +12V +24V +12V
design protection issues. 4 +12V +24V +12V
5 GND +24V GND
The output voltages to the chassis are: 6 GND GND GND
5V3 (Stand-by mode only) 7 GND GND GND
3V3 (Stand-by mode only) 8 +24V GND +24V
12V (on-mode) 9 +24V GND +24V
+24V (audio power) (on-mode) 10 PS_ON GND PS_ON
+24V (bolt-on power) (on-mode) 11 +5V NC +5V
Output to the display; in case of 12 +5V ON/OFF +5V
- IPB: High voltage to the LCD panel 13 - DIM ACD
- PSL and PSLS (LED-driver outputs)
- PSDL (high frequent) AC-current. 7.3 DC/DC Converters
The on-board DC/DC converters at the SSB deliver the
following voltages (depending on set execution):
7.2.2 Diversity
3V3SB, permanent voltage for the Stand-by controller,
LED/IR receiver and controls;
The diversity in power supply units is mainly determined by the
+12V, input from the power supply for the panel common
diversity in displays. (active mode); MEMC/TUNER Power
+24V, input from the power supply for the amplifier
The following displays can be distinguished: VCCK, Soc Core Power: 1.15V supply for MTK5301B, has
CCFL backlight: power board is conventional IPB to be started up first and switched off last

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AVDD 1V2,from the power supply for the scaler IC


MT5301B
+1V2, supply voltage for power supply for the scaler IC
MT5301B HDMI 1
DDRV (+1.8V) supply voltage for DDR2
V3.3 V1.2 supply voltage for DEMOD TMDS
+5V-TUN, supply voltage for tuner
MT5301B HDMI 2
361B
+5V-USB, input intermediate supply voltage for USB
AVDD3V3 from the power supply for the scaler IC
MT5301B HDMI 3
(optional)
Figures gives a graphical representation of the DC/DC
converters with its current consumptions: 19320_204_120601.eps
120604

Figure 7-5 HDMI input configuration

The TMDS361B has the following specifications:


3.3 V Power supply
Designed for signal rates up to 3 Gbps
Supports HDMI 1.3a specification
Adaptive equalization on inputs to support up to 20 meter
HDMI cables at 2.25 Gbps for 1080p 12-bit colour depth
TMDS input Clock-Detect circuit
DDC repeater function
<2 mW low power mode
Local I2C or GPIO configurable, in this application the
default I2C addresses is: 0x58.

7.6 Video and Audio Processing - MT5301B


The MT5301B is the main audio and video processor (or
System-on-Chip) for this platform. It has the following features:
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Worldwide multi-standard analog TV demodulator
A transport demultiplexer
Figure 7-3 DC/DC converters xxPFL3007 series A multi-standard video decoder
An AC3/MPEG2 Audio decoder
7.4 Front-End Analogue and reception HDMI 1.3 receiver (Cover HDMI 1.4 partial specification)
Audio codec
7.4.1 Front-End Analogue TCON
Panel overdrive control
The Front-End for the analogue tuner consist of the following Local dimming.
key components:
The MediaTek MT5301B family is a back-end decoder and a
F86WT-2-E TV controller and offers high integration for advanced
MT5301BCMU applications.It combines a transport de-multiplexer, a high
definition video decoder, an AC3 audio decoder, a dual-link
Below find a block diagram of the front-end application for LVDS/mini-LVDS transmitter, and an NTSC/PAL/SECAM TV
analogue. decoder with a 3D comb filter (NTSC/PAL). The MT5301B
enables consumer electronics manufactures to build high
quality, low cost and feature-rich DTV. Supports FULL-HD
TCL
MPEG1/2/4/DivX/VC1/RM/H.264/AVS video decoder
F86WT-2-E
standards, and JPEG. The MT5301B also supports MediaTek
I2C
I2C MDDi de-interlace solution can reach very smooth picture
IF quality for motions. A 3D comb filter added to the TV decoder
recovers great details for still pictures. The special color
RF AGC processing technology provides natural, deep color and true
IF AGC
studio quality video.

MT5301B For a functional diagram of the MT5301B, see Figure 8-1.

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Figure 7-4 Front-End analogue block diagram

7.5 HDMI
In this platform, the TMDS361B HDMI multiplexer is
implemented. It supports up to 3 HDMI ports to be switched to
a single SOC. In this chassis 3HDMI ports are implemented.
Refer to figure 7-5 HDMI input configuration for the application.

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8. IC Data Sheets
This chapter shows the internal block diagrams and pin
configurations of ICs that are drawn as black boxes in the
electrical diagrams (with the exception of memory and logic
ICs).

8.1 Diagram 10-1-1 B01, MT5301B/D LQFP256, MT5301B/D LQFP256 (IC U401)

Block diagram
Tuner CVBS/ Component HDMI Tuner Audio Panel 16-bit
In YC Input Analog Input Rx In Input DDR2/DDR3

NTSC/PAL VADCx4 HDMI In Audio Audio SPDIF LVDS, OD,


/ SECAM I/F Demo ADC In mini-LVDS, DDR2
ATD TCON DDR3
TV
Controller
Decoder
Mix and Post
MT5301BCMU Audio In Processing

VDO-In JPEG/MP2/MP
ARM11 4/DivX/H.264/V
OSD
C-1/RM/AVS
BIM De-interlace scaler
2-D Graphic

DRAM Bus

IO Bus
CKGEN
Audio DSP 2
JTAG IrDA IC USB2.0 Watchdog Serial Flash Servo ADC
Audio I/F
Audio DAC BScan PCR RTC UART SDIO PWM NAND Flash

SPDIF Out, I2S

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Figure 8-1 Internal block diagram

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192 AVDD33_XTAL_STB

133 AVDD33_PDM_STB
149 AVDD33_VGA_STB
189 AVDD33_DEMOD

183 AVDD12_DEMOD
185 ADCINN_DEMOD
188 AVSS33_DEMOD
187 AVSS12_DEMOD

184 ADCINP_DEMOD
186 AVDD33_IFPGA

171 AVDD33_VDAC
182 AVDD33_CVBS

167 AVDD12_RGB
168 AVSS12_RGB

148 AVDD10_LDO
174 AVDD12_PLL

170 VDAC_OUT1
169 VDAC_OUT2
180 CVBS_COM

147 ADIN4_SRV
146 ADIN3_SRV
145 ADIN2_SRV
144 ADIN1_SRV
143 ADIN0_SRV

140 VGA_SDA
141 VGA_SCL

138 OPCTRL1
137 OPCTRL0

132 OPCTRL2
131 OPCTRL4
130 OPCTRL3
129 OPCTRL5
172 FS_VDAC

139 OPWRSB
181 CVBS0P

179 CVBS1P

151 HSYNC
150 VSYNC
190 XTALO

164 COM0

159 COM1
191 XTALI

142 VCCK
173 VCCK

162 SOY0

157 SOY1

134 U0RX
166 PR0P

161 PR1P
165 PB0P

160 PB1P

135 U0TX
155 COM

153 SOG

136 OIRI
177 SC0

175 SC1

163 Y0P

158 Y1P
178 SY0

176 SY1
8.

154 GP
156 RP

152 BP

LO U TP 193 128 O R E S E T_
A IN 0_R _A A D C 194 127 P W R 5V
V M ID _A A D C 195 126 H D M I_H P D
A IN 0_L_A A D C 196 125 H D M I_S C L
A V D D 33_A A D C 197 124 H D M I_S D A
TPM9.1AL LA

A V D D 33_D A C 198 123 H D M I_C E C


A V S S 33_D A C 199 122 A V D D 12_H D M I
A L0_A D A C 200 121 R X _2
A L1_A D A C 201 120 R X _2B
A R 0_A D A C 202 119 R X _1
A R 1_A D A C 203 118 R X _1B
VCCK 204 117 R X _0
VCCK 205 116 R X _0B
A S P D IF 206 115 R X _C
A O S D A TA 1 207 114 R X _C B
AOBCK 208 113 A V D D 33_H D M I
A O M C LK 209 MT5301BCMU 112 U S B _2P _V R T
A O S D A TA 0 210 111 A V D D 33_U S B _2P
A O LR C K 211 110 U S B _2P _D P 0
IF_A G C 212 109 U S B _2P _D M 0
R F_A G C 213 108 U S B _2P _D P 1
IC Data Sheets

G P IO 214 107 U S B _2P _D M 1


O S C L2 215 106 VCCK

Figure 8-2 Pin configuration [1/2]


OSDA2 216 105 V C C 3IO
G P IO 217 104 OPW M0
G P IO 218 103 JTR S T_
G P IO 219 102 JTD I
G P IO 220 101 JTM S
V C C 3IO 221 100 JTC K
VCCK 222 99 JTD O
G P IO 223 98 VCCK
G P IO 224 97 R C LK 0_//R C LK 0_

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G P IO 225 96 R C LK 0//R C LK 0
C I_IN T 226 95 V C C 2IO
PDD0 227 94 R D Q 5//R D Q 5
PDD1 228 93 R D Q 2//R D Q 7
PDD2 229 92 V C C 2IO
PDD3 230 91 R D Q 0//R D Q 3
PDD4 231 90 R D Q 7//R D Q 1
PDD5 232 89 R D Q 13//R D Q 8
PDD6 233 88 R D Q 10//R D Q 10
V C C 3IO 234 87 V C C 2IO
PDD7 235 86 R D Q 8//R D Q 14
P O C E 0_ 236 85 R D Q 15//R D Q 12
POOE_ 237 84 R D Q S 1_//R D Q S 1_
PARB_ 238 83 R D Q S 1//R D Q S 1
P O C E 1_ 239 82 V C C 2IO
P A C LE 240 81 R D Q M 0//R D Q M 0
P A A LE 241 80 R D Q S 0_//R D Q S 0_
POW E_ 242 79 R D Q S 0//R D Q S 0
Pinning information

G P IO 13 243 78 VCCK
VCCK 244 77 R D Q M 1//R D Q M 1
V C C 3IO 245 76 R D Q 11//R D Q 15
G P IO 0 246 75 R D Q 14//R D Q 13
G P IO 1 247 74 V C C 2IO
G P IO 2 248 73 R D Q 9//R D Q 9
G P IO 10 249 72 R D Q 12//R D Q 11
G P IO 3 250 71 R D Q 6//R D Q 0
G P IO 11 251 70 R D Q 1//R D Q 2
G P IO 6 252 69 V C C 2IO
G P IO 12 253 68 R D Q 3//R D Q 6
G P IO 7 254 67 R D Q 4//R D Q 4
G P IO 8 255 66 RVREF
G P IO 4 256 65 VCCK

1
2
3

27

52
4
5

28
29

53
54
55
6
7

30

56
57
8
9
10

31
11

32
33
12

34

58
59
35

60
13

36

61
14

37
15
16

38

62
39
40
17

41

63
64
18
19

42
20
21

43
22

44
45
46
47
23
24
25
26

48
49
50
51
AVDD12_MEMPLL
AVSS12_MEMPLL
AVDD33_LVDSA
AVDD33_LVDSA

RRAS_//RCAS_
AVDD12_VPLL

NC//RRESET_
RCS_//RRAS_
RCAS_//RA12
RODT//RCKE

RCKE//RODT
RWE_//RCS_
RBA0//RBA2
RBA2//RBA0
RA13//RBA1

RA9//RWE_

RBA1//RA3
RA12//RA0
RA7//RA13

RA10//RA5
RA8//RA10

RA11//RA4

RA2//RA11
FSRC_WR

RA5//RA9

RA3//RA7
RA1//RA2
RA4//RA1
RA6//RA6
RA0//RA8
VCC3IO

VCC2IO
GPIO14

AOCKN
AOCKP
AECKN
AECKP

VCCK
VCCK
VCCK
AO2N

AO1N

AO0N
AO5N

AO4N

AO3N

AO2P

AO1P

AO0P
AO5P

AO4P

AO3P
AE5N

AE4N

AE3N

AE2N

AE1N

AE0N
AE5P

AE4P

AE3P

AE2P

AE1P

AE0P
EN 32 8. TPM9.1AL LA IC Data Sheets

8.2 Diagram 10-1-9 B09, HDMI A & Switch 3:1, TMDS361BPAGR (IC U501)

Block diagram
Vcc

RINT RINT
Dx+_1

Dx_1
TMDS Rx
w/ AEQ
TMDS361B
Vcc

RINT RINT
CLK+_1
TMDS Rx

CLK_1
Clock Detect

VSadj
Tx
SCL1
Rx Dx+_SINK
TMDS Tx
Tx
Dx_SINK
SDA1
Rx

3:1 CLK+_SINK
xx2 MUX
Vcc TMDS Tx

CLK_SINK
RINT RINT
Dx+_3
TMDS Rx
Rx
w/ AEQ SCL_SINK
Dx_3 Tx
Vcc

RINT RINT
Rx
SDA_SINK
CLK+_3
Tx
TMDS Rx

CLK_3
Clock Detect Clock Detect

Tx
SCL3
Rx

Tx
SDA3
Rx

HPD_SINK
HPD1
I2C_SEL
2

HPD2 and LP

S1/SCL
HPD3
S2/SDA

B0330-01

Pinning information
CLK+_2
CLK_2
D2+_2

D1+_2

D0+_2
D2_2

D1_2

D0_2
HPD3

HPD2
SDA2
SCL2
GND
VCC

VCC

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

SDA3 1 48 D2+_1
SCL3 2 47 D2_1
GND 3 46 VCC
CLK_3 4 45 D1+_1
CLK+_3 5 44 D1_1
VCC 6 43 GND
D0_3 7 42 D0+_1
D0+_3 8 TMDS361B 41 D0_1
GND 9 40 VCC
D1_3 10 39 CLK+_1
D1+_3 11 38 CLK_1
VCC 12 37 SCL1
D2_3 13 36 SDA1
D2+_3 14 35 HPD1
GND 15 34 I2C_SEL
VSadj 16 33 S2/SDA
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
GND

GND
VCC

VC C

S1/SCL
D2+_SINK
D2_SINK

D1+_SINK
D1_SINK

D0+_SINK
D0_SINK

CLK+_SINK
CLK_SINK

SCL_SINK
SDA_SINK
HPD_SINK

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Figure 8-3 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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IC Data Sheets TPM9.1AL LA 8. EN 33

8.3 Diagram 10-1-16 B16, Headphone Out, TPA6132A2RTER (IC U606)

Block diagram
VDD

HPVDD
TPA6132A2RTER Supply 2.2 F
Control
PGND
HPVDD
INL- Resistor

Array + OUTL
INL+
Short-Circuit
HPVSS Protection

Thermal
HPVDD Protection

INR-
Resistor
Array + OUTR
INR+
HPVSS HPVDD
CPP

G0 Charge 1 F
Gain Click-and-Pop
Suppression Pump
Select
G1
CPN

HPVSS
1 F

SGND EN

Pinning information
SGND
OUTL

VDD

EN
16

15

14

13

INL- 1 12 HPVDD

INL+ 2 11 CPP
TPA6132A2RTER
INR+ 3 10 PGND

INR- 4 9 CPN
7
6

8
5
OUTR

HPVSS
G0

G1

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Figure 8-4 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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EN 34 8. TPM9.1AL LA IC Data Sheets

8.4 Diagram 10-1-17 B17, I2S Post amplifier & S/PDIF Out, AD82586 (IC U4104)

Block diagram

Reset
MCLK
SDA
SCL

SA0
SA1

PD
PLL

I2C Control PLL Logic


Interface Interface ERROR
Internal
BCLK System
SDATA
Input AD82586 Clock
Interface
LRCIN
Audio Signal Loudspeaker L
SDM PCM to PWM
Processing Driver R
LREX

CFG0
CFG1

SUBA
SUBB
SDATAO
SUB_

Pinning information
VDDRB
VDDLB

GNDR
GNDL
N.C.

N.C.

N.C.

N.C.
RB

RA
LA

LB
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37

VDDLA 1 36 VDDRA
N.C. 2 35 N.C.
N.C. 3 34 TEST_2
N.C. 4 33 TEST_1
N.C. 5 32 N.C.
PLL 6 31 N.C.
MCLK 7 AD82586 30 N.C.
CLK_OUT 8 29 SUB_SDATAO
DGND 9 28 LREX
DVDD 10 27 DVDD
DEF 11 26 DGND
SDATA 12 25 SDA
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CFG0
CFG1
LRCIN
BCLK
PD
ERROR
RESET
SA0
SA1
SUBA
SUBB
SCL

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Figure 8-5 Internal block diagram and pin configuration

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Block Diagrams TPM9.1A LA 9. EN 35

9. Block Diagrams
9.1 Wiring diagram 3000 32"
WIRING DIAGRAM 32" (3000)

Board Level Repair

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops

to panel

to panel

CN701
CN904 CN902 13P

USB 2
CN408
13P 13P 40P

USB 1
CN601
SSB
B (1053)

CN401
MAIN POWER SUPPLY

R
A (1054)
AUDIO TV ANTENNA
KEYBOARD CONTROL

AV IN 1
VIDEO L
HDMI 2
VGA
CVI 2/AV
Y/V Pb Pr L R

HDMI 1 SERV.U

HDMI 3
(1057)

Y Pb Pr L R
VIDEO L R CVI 1
AV OUT
N L
E CN901
CN01
4P

J IR/LED BOARD
CN01

(1056)
LOUDSPEAKER
5P

LOUDSPEAKER
(1185) (1185)

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Block Diagrams TPM9.1A LA 9. EN 36

9.2 Wiring diagram `3000 42"


WIRING DIAGRAM 42" (3000)

Board Level Repair

Component Level Repair


Only for authorized workshops
to panel

to panel

to panel
CN902
13P

CN802
CN701
13P

USB 2
CN408
40P

CN801

USB 1
CN601
MAIN POWER SUPPLY
A

4P
(1054)
SSB
B (1053)

CN401
13P
TV ANTENNA
AUDIO
KEYBOARD CONTROL

AV IN 1
HDMI 2

LR
VGA
CVI 2/AV
N L Y/V Pb Pr L R

HDMI 3VIDEO
CN901 SERV.U
HDMI 1
(1057)

Y Pb Pr L R
VIDEOLR CVI 1
AV OUT

E
CN01
4P

J IR/LED BOARD LOUDSPEAKER LOUDSPEAKER


CN01

(1056)
5P

(1185) (1185)

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Block Diagrams TPM9.1A LA 9. EN 37

9.3 Block Diagram 3000

DDR III 1

128M 16b SPI FLASH NAND FLASH


1333 MHz 8M Byte 32MB

Digital
IF+/- Demodulator
D+A RF TS
ATBM8846E (PARALLEL) LCD PANEL
TUNER

Analog IF+/-
LVDS (50/60 Hz)

A RF
TUNER ATV
Demodulator

PC IN RGB
DDC CVBS Out
24C02

R/L IN
Audio in MUX
4052
MT5301B Digital Audio Output(COAXIAL)
SPDIF

2 CVI YPbPr

2 CVBS CVBS
HeadPhone Out

TMDS361B
HDMI1
DDC 24C02
DDC
HDMI2 [RX0 : RX3]
DDC 24C02
DDC
HDMI3 SPK
AUDIO AMP
DDC 24C02
DDC I2S
AD82586

USB1
2.0

USB2
2.0

I2C

NVM
KEY RC UART 24C128

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Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts TPM9.1A LA 10. EN 38

10. Circuit Diagrams and PWB Layouts


10.1 B 715G5617 SSB 3000 series
10-1-1 B01, MT5301B/D LQFP256

MT5301B/D LQFP256
B01 B01
NAND PWM IF_AGC R4004 10K 1/16W 5% IF_AGC_S2T 5V_SW AVDD1V2 AVDD3V3
PDD0 BL_DIM_PWM R4013 GND 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24
PDD1 PDD0 5 BL_DIM_PWM 21 C4002 47N16V AVDD12_PLL R4044 AVDD33_DAC
PDD2 PDD1 5 RF_AGC_S2T R4005 0R05 1/16W 47 OHM 1/16W
PDD3 PDD2 5 RF_AGC_S2T 15 C4032 C4043 C4044 AV1_CVBS
1K 1/16W 5% + AV1_CVBS 9
PDD4 PDD3 5 IF_AGC_S2T R4001 100N16V 220UF 16V 100N16V
PDD4 5 IF_AGC_S2T 15 AV1
PDD5 OPWM0_100HZ BL_DIM_PWM RF_AGC R4002 10K 1/16W 5% RF_AGC_S2T CVBS_COM
PDD6 PDD5 5 IF_AGC_SW CVBS_COM 9
IF_AGC_SW 15 0R05 1/16W AVDD1V2
PDD7 PDD6 5 R4014 EXT_CVBS
PDD7 5 EXT_CVBS 10 AV2
R4024 AVDD12_VPLL AVDD3V3
POOE# 4K3 1/16W 5% C4001 0R05 1/16W R4045
PAALE POOE# 5 C4033 AVDD33_AADC MONITOR_OUT
PAALE 5 47N16V MONITOR_OUT 18 AV3
PACLE 100N16V 0R05 1/16W
PARB# PACLE 5 C4045
PARB# 5

TX_AOCKN
TX_AOCKP

TX_AECKN
TX_AECKP
POCE1# AVDD1V2 100N16V SOY1

DDRV

VCCK
SOY1 CVI1

AVDD33_LVDSTX

DVDD3V3
TX_AO0N

TX_AO1N

TX_AO2N

TX_AO3N

TX_AO4N
TX_AO0P

TX_AO1P

TX_AO2P

TX_AO3P

TX_AO4P

TX_AE0N

TX_AE1N

TX_AE2N

TX_AE3N

TX_AE4N
10

TX_AE0P

TX_AE1P

TX_AE2P

TX_AE3P

TX_AE4P
POCE1# 5

AVDD12_MEMPLL
POWE# R4015 Y1P

1_CAS#
1_RAS#
1_RST#

AVDD12_VPLL
Y1P 10

1_WE#
POWE# 5

1_ODT

1_CKE
1_CS#
1_BA0
1_BA2

1_BA1
POCE0# AVDD12_MEMPLL COM1

1_A13

1_A12
1_A11

1_A10
Layout near to MT5301 AVDD3V3

1_A3
1_A5
1_A2
1_A7

1_A9

1_A0

1_A8
1_A6
1_A1
1_A4
POCE0# 5 PB1P COM1 10
0R05 1/16W R4046
PB1P 10

GPIO_14
C4034 AVDD33_DEMOD PR1P
100N16V PR1P 10
0R05 1/16W
C4046
R4006 4K7 1/16W 5% AVDD1V2 100N16V CVI2
R4016
AVDD12_DEMOD SOY0
E-Fuse 0R05 1/16W AVDD3V3 Y0P SOY0 10

64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
Y0P 10

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DDRV C4035 R4047 COM0
100N16V AVDD33_IFPGA PB0P COM0 10
U401

AE0P

AE1P

AE2P

AE3P

AE4P

AE5P
AO0P

AO1P

AO2P

AO3P

AO4P

AO5P

GPIO14
AECKP
AE0N

AE1N

AE2N

AE3N

AE4N

AE5N
AOCKP
AO0N

AO1N

AO2N

AO3N

AO4N

AO5N

AECKN
AVSS12_MEMPLL

VCCK
VCCK
VCCK

AVDD12_VPLL
AOCKN
VCC2IO

VCC3IO
RBA2//RBA0
RBA0//RBA2

RA13//RBA1
RBA1//RA3
RA10//RA5

RA7//RA13
RA12//RA0

RA2//RA11

RA11//RA4

RA8//RA10
RA1//RA2
RA3//RA7

RA5//RA9

RA0//RA8
RA6//RA6
RA4//RA1

AVDD12_MEMPLL
RCAS_//RA12

FSRC_WR
RA9//RWE_
RRAS_//RCAS_
RCS_//RRAS_

AVDD33_LVDSA
AVDD33_LVDSA
RWE_//RCS_
PB0P 10

NC//RRESET_
RCKE//RODT

RODT//RCKE
0R05 1/16W PR0P
PR0P 10
AVDD1V2 C4047
R4017 100N16V
R4007 C4052 AVDD12_HDMI AVDD3V3
1K 1/16W 1% 100N16V 0R05 1/16W R4048
C4036 AVDD33_HDMI HSYNC
VCCK GPIO_4 100N16V VSYNC HSYNC 11
65 256 0R05 1/16W
RVREF5 VCCK GPIO4 GPIO_8 RP VSYNC 11
66 255 C4048
RDQ4 RVREF GPIO8 GPIO_7 100N16V GP RP 11
67 254 AVDD1V2 VGA
RDQ6 RDQ4//RDQ4 GPIO7 GPIO_12 BP GP 11
68 253 R4018
DDRV RDQ3//RDQ6 GPIO12 GPIO_6 AVDD12_RGB VGACOM BP 11
69 252
RDQ2 VCC2IO GPIO6 GPIO_11 SOG VGACOM 11
R4008 C4005 70 251 0R05 1/16W
RDQ0 RDQ1//RDQ2 GPIO11 GPIO_3 VGA_RX_TX_EN SOG 11
1K 1/16W 1% 100N16V 71 250 C4037 AVDD3V3
RDQ11 72 RDQ6//RDQ0 GPIO3 249 GPIO_10 100N16V R4049 VGA_SCL VGA_RX_TX_EN 11
RDQ9 RDQ12//RDQ11 GPIO10 GPIO_2 AVDD33_USB_2P VGA_SDA VGA_SCL 11
73 248
DDRV RDQ9//RDQ9 GPIO2 GPIO_1 VGA_SDA 11
74 247 AVDD3V3 0R05 1/16W
RDQ13 75 VCC2IO GPIO1 246 GPIO_0 R4019 C4049
RDQ15 76 RDQ14//RDQ13 GPIO0 245 DVDD3V3 AVDD33_CVBS 100N16V
RDQ11//RDQ15 VCC3IO USB1 & 2
RDQM1 77 244 VCCK 0R05 1/16W USB_PWR_EN0
VCCK 78 RDQM1//RDQM1 VCCK 243 GPIO_13 C4038 USB_DM0 USB_PWR_EN0 8
RDQS0 VCCK GPIO13 POWE# 100N16V USB_DP0 USB_DM0 8
79 242 AVDD3V3
RDQS0# RDQS0//RDQS0 POWE_ PAALE USB_DP0 8
80 241 R4050
RDQM0 81 RDQS0_//RDQS0_ PAALE 240 PACLE AVDD3V3 AVDD33_LVDSTX USB_PWR_EN1
DDRV 82 RDQM0//RDQM0 PACLE 239 POCE1# R4020 0R05 1/16W USB_DM1 USB_PWR_EN1 8
RDQS1 VCC2IO POCE1_ PARB# AVDD33_VDAC USB_DP1 USB_DM1 8
83 238 C4050
RDQS1# RDQS1//RDQS1 PARB_ POOE# 100N16V USB_DP1 8
84 237 0R05 1/16W
RDQ12 85 RDQS1_//RDQS1_ POOE_ 236 POCE0# C4039
RDQ14 86 RDQ15//RDQ12 POCE0_ 235 PDD7 100N16V SPDIF_OUT
DDRV 87 RDQ8//RDQ14 PDD7 234 DVDD3V3
Analog Normal Power SPDIF_OUT 20
RDQ10 88 VCC2IO VCC3IO 233 PDD6 AR0O
RDQ8 89 RDQ10//RDQ10 PDD6 232 PDD5 3V3SB 3V3SB AL0O AR0O 18
RDQ1 90 RDQ13//RDQ8 PDD5 231 PDD4 R4021 R4051 AL0O 18
RDQ7//RDQ1 PDD4 ADAC
RDQ3 91 230 PDD3 AVDD33_XTAL_STB AVDD33_PDM_STB AR1O
DDRV 92 RDQ0//RDQ3 PDD3 229 PDD2 0R05 1/16W 0R05 1/16W AL1O AR1O 19
RDQ7 93 VCC2IO PDD2 228 PDD1 C4041 C4040 C4051 AL1O 19
RDQ5 RDQ2//RDQ7 PDD1 PDD0 10U 16V 100N16V 100N16V

MT5301BGMU
94 227
DDRV 95 RDQ5//RDQ5 PDD0 226 8282_RST AOMCLK
RCLK0 96 VCC2IO CI_INT 225 ARC_OE# AOBCLK AOMCLK 20
RCLK0# 97 RCLK0//RCLK0 GPIO 224 PWR_OK 3V3SB AOLRCK AOBCLK 20
VCCK 98 RCLK0_//RCLK0_ GPIO 223 LVDS_PWR_EN R4022 AOSDATA0 AOLRCK 20
JTDO 99 VCCK GPIO 222 VCCK AVDD33_REG_STB AOSDATA0 20
JTDO VCCK I2S
JTCK 100 221 DVDD3V3 0R05 1/16W
JTMS 101 JTCK VCC3IO 220 DEMOD_TSDATA0 C4042
Close to MT5301B JTDI 102 JTMS GPIO 219 DEMOD_TSSYNC 100N16V
JTRST# 103 JTDI GPIO 218 DEMOD_TSVALID
Standby Power
OPWM0_100HZ 104 JTRST_ GPIO 217 DEMOD_TSCLK OSDA0
R4009 DVDD3V3 105 OPWM0 GPIO 216 OSDA0 OSCL0 OSDA0 5,7,12,14,15,20
VCC3IO OSDA2 AADC OSCL0 5,7,12,14,15,20
10K 1/16W 5% VCCK 106 215 OSCL0 AIN0_R_AADC
USB_DM1 VCCK OSCL2 DEMOD_RESET AIN0_L_AADC AIN0_R_AADC 9 ORESET#
107 214
USB_DP1 USB_2P_DM1 GPIO RF_AGC AIN0_L_AADC 9 ORESET# 5
108 213
USB_DM0 109 USB_2P_DP1 RF_AGC 212 IF_AGC OXTALI
USB_2P_DM0 IF_AGC OXTALI 5 System IO
USB_DP0 110 211 AOLRCK Strapping & GPIO OXTALO
AVDD33_USB_2P 111 USB_2P_DP0 AOLRCK 210 AOSDATA0 OPCTRL4 OXTALO 5
USB_VRT 112 AVDD33_USB_2P AOSDATA0 209 AOMCLK OPCTRL5 OPCTRL4 5 U0TX
AVDD33_HDMI 113 USB_2P_VRT AOMCLK 208 AOBCLK AOSDATA1 OPCTRL5 5 U0RX U0TX 7
R4010 M_RX1_CB 114 AVDD33_HDMI AOBCK 207 AOSDATA1 AOSDATA1 5 U0RX 7
5.1K 1% M_RX1_C 115 RX_CB AOSDATA1 206 SPDIF_OUT LED_WGB
M_RX1_0B 116 RX_C ASPDIF 205 VCCK LED_RED_OFF# LED_WGB 17 PWR5V_A
M_RX1_0 117 RX_0B VCCK 204 POP_MUTE# LED_RED_OFF# 17 PWR5V_B PWR5V_A 12
M_RX1_1B 118 RX_0 VCCK 203 AR1O POP_MUTE# 16,18 PWR5V_C PWR5V_B 13
M_RX1_1 119 RX_1B AR1_ADAC 202 AR0O DTMB_PAL_SW PWR5V_C 13
M_RX1_2B 120 RX_1 AR0_ADAC 201 AL1O DTMB_PAL_SW 15 M_RX1_CB
M_RX1_2 RX_2B AL1_ADAC AL0O RDQ0 M_RX1_C M_RX1_CB 12
121 200 ADC-in & GPIO
AVDD12_HDMI RX_2 AL0_ADAC 8282_RST RDQ1 RDQ0 6 M_RX1_0B M_RX1_C 12
122 199
HDMI_CEC AVDD12_HDMI AVSS33_DAC AVDD33_DAC ARC_OE# 8282_RST 7 RDQ2 RDQ1 6 M_RX1_0 M_RX1_0B 12
123 198
HDMI_SDA HDMI_CEC AVDD33_DAC AVDD33_AADC EXT_FSEL ARC_OE# 20 RDQ3 RDQ2 6 M_RX1_1B M_RX1_0 12
124 197
HDMI_SCL HDMI_SDA AVDD33_AADC AIN0_L_AADC TOC_KEY EXT_FSEL 10 RDQ4 RDQ3 6 M_RX1_1 M_RX1_1B 12
125 196
HDMI_HPD1 HDMI_SCL AIN0_L_AADC VMID_AADC LIT_SENSOR TOC_KEY 17 RDQ5 RDQ4 6 M_RX1_2B M_RX1_1 12
126 195
PWR5V_C HDMI_HPD VMID_AADC AIN0_R_AADC USB_PWR_EN0 LIT_SENSOR 17 RDQ6 RDQ5 6 M_RX1_2 M_RX1_2B 12
127 194
PWR5V AIN0_R_AADC USB_PWR_EN0 8 RDQ6 6 M_RX1_2 12
AVDD33_XTAL_STB

ORESET# ADC_KEY RDQ7


AVDD33_PDM_STB

128 193 HDMI


AVDD33_VGA_STB

ORESET_ LOUTP ADC_KEY 17 RDQ7 6


ADCINN_DEMOD
AVDD12_DEMOD

AVDD33_DEMOD

RDQ8 HDMI_CEC
ADCINP_DEMOD

AVSS12_DEMOD
AVSS33_DEMOD

C4003 C4004
AVDD33_IFPGA

RDQ8 6 HDMI_CEC 12
AVDD33_CVBS
AVDD33_VDAC

1uF 16V 100N16V RDQ9 HDMI_SDA


AVDD12_RGB
AVDD10_LDO

AVSS12_RGB

RDQ9 6 HDMI_SDA 12
AVDD12_PLL
VDAC_OUT2
VDAC_OUT1

Normal GPIO RDQ10 HDMI_SCL


CVBS_COM
ADIN0_SRV
ADIN1_SRV
ADIN2_SRV
ADIN3_SRV
ADIN4_SRV
EPAD_GND

USB_PWR_EN1 RDQ11 RDQ10 6 HDMI_HPD1 HDMI_SCL 12


VGA_SDA
OPCTRL5
OPCTRL3
OPCTRL4
OPCTRL2

OPCTRL0
OPCTRL1

VGA_SCL

FS_VDAC
OPWRSB

USB_PWR_EN1 8 RDQ11 6 HDMI_HPD1 12


CVBS1P

CVBS0P

DDC_WP# RDQ12
HSYNC
VSYNC

XTALO

DDC_WP# 11,12,13 RDQ12 6


COM1

COM0
VCCK

VCCK
U0RX

XTALI
PR1P

PR0P
SOY1

SOY0

USB_PWR_OCP0 RDQ13
U0TX

PB1P

PB0P
COM
SOG
OIRI

SC1

SC0

USB_PWR_OCP0 8
Y1P

Y0P

SY1

SY0

AOSDATA1 R4054 0R05 1/16W DTMB_PAL_SW USB_PWR_OCP1 RDQ14 RDQ13 6 JTDO


GP

RP
BP

OPCTRL4 R4025 0R05 1/16W LED_RED_OFF# LVDS_PWR_EN USB_PWR_OCP1 8 RDQ15 RDQ14 6 JTCK JTDO 7
OPCTRL5 R4026 0R05 1/16W POP_MUTE# BL_ON/OFF# LVDS_PWR_EN 22 RDQ15 6 JTMS JTCK JTAG 7
257

129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192

PSU_STBY BL_ON/OFF# 21 RDQS0 JTDI JTMS 7


PWR_OK PSU_STBY 21,22 RDQS0# RDQS0 6 JTRST# JTDI 7
ADIN0 R4058 0R05 1/16W EXT_FSEL PWR_OK 21 RDQS1 RDQS0# 6 JTRST# 7
RDQS1 6
TUNER_BPOUT
MONITOR_OUT

AIN_CTL0 RDQS1#
AVDD33_PDM_STB

CVBS_COM

AIN_CTL0 9 RDQS1# 6
EXT_CVBS

AV1_CVBS

ADIN1 R4027 0R05 1/16W LIT_SENSOR AIN_CTL2 RDQM0 TX_AE0P


AVDD33_XTAL_STB
AVDD33_REG_STB

T2S_TIF+

AIN_CTL2 9 RDQM0 6 TX_AE0P 7


T2S_TIF-

AIN_CTL1 RDQM1 TX_AE0N


OXTALO
AVDD12_DEMOD

AVDD33_DEMOD
PWR5V_B

PWR5V_A

VDAC_FS

OXTALI
OPWRSB

VGACOM

AIN_CTL1 9 RDQM1 6 TX_AE0N 7


AVDD33_IFPGA

ADIN2 TOC_KEY RCLK0 TX_AE1P


COM1

COM0

R4028 0R05 1/16W


AVDD33_CVBS
AVDD33_VDAC
U0RX

PR1P

PR0P
SOY1

SOY0
U0TX

PB1P

PB0P

AVDD12_RGB

RCLK0 6 TX_AE1P 7
Y1P

Y0P
ADIN0
ADIN1
ADIN2
ADIN3
ADIN4

DTMB_PAL_SW RCLK0# TX_AE1N


AVDD12_PLL
VGA_SDA
OPCTRL5

OPCTRL4

OPCTRL0
OPCTRL1

VGA_SCL

SOG

DTMB_PAL_SW 15 RCLK0# 6 TX_AE1N 7


OIRI

HPHONE_DET TX_AE2P
GP

RP
BP
HSYNC
VSYNC

ADIN3 R4029 0R05 1/16W VGA_RX_TX_EN MEMORY_WP# HPHONE_DET 19 1_A0 TX_AE2N TX_AE2P 7
MEMORY_WP# 5 1_A0 6 TX_AE2N 7
SC0

SC1
SY1

ADIN4 R4030 0R05 1/16W ADC_KEY 1_A1 TX_AECKP


VCCK

VCCK

1_A2 1_A1 DDR3 6 TX_AECKN TX_AECKP 7


R4057 NC/0R05 1/16W USB_PWR_EN1 1_A3 1_A2 6 TX_AE3P TX_AECKN 7
STBY GPIO 1_A3 6 TX_AE3P 7
1_A4 TX_AE3N
R4012 GPIO_0 R4031 0R05 1/16W DDC_WP# HDMI_S1 1_A5 1_A4 6 TX_AE4P TX_AE3N 7
3V3SB TP32 TP24 TP22 GPIO_1 R4032 0R05 1/16W USB_PWR_OCP0 HDMI_S2 HDMI_S1 12 1_A6 1_A5 6 TX_AE4N TX_AE4P 7
0R05 1/16W TP33 HDMI_S2 12 1_A6 6 TX_AE4N 7
DDRV R4059 TP25 TP23 GPIO_2 R4033 0R05 1/16W USB_PWR_OCP1 1_A7
1.3K 1% GPIO_3 R4034 0R05 1/16W BST_CTL OPWRSB 1_A8 1_A7 6
DDRV
DRAM IO Power (Close to SoC) GPIO_4 R4035 0R05 1/16W BL_ON/OFF# OIRI OPWRSB 21,23 1_A9 1_A8 6
R4023 OIRI 17 1_A10 1_A9 6
C4031 560R 1% GPIO_6 R4036 NC/0R05 1/16W PSU_STBY 1_A11 1_A10 6 TX_AO0P
C4012 C4006 C4007 C4008 C4009 C4010 C4011 GPIO_7 R4037 0R05 1/16W AIN_CTL0 1_A12 1_A11 6 TX_AO0N TX_AO0PLVDS 7
4.7UF 16V 1_A12 6 TX_AO0N 7
10U 16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V GPIO_8 R4038 0R05 1/16W IF_AGC_SW Demod TS 1_A13 TX_AO1P
DEMOD_TSCLK 1_A13 6 TX_AO1N TX_AO1P 7
GPIO_10 AIN_CTL2 DEMOD_TSVALID DEMOD_TSCLK 14 1_BA0 TX_AO2P TX_AO1N 7
R4039 0R05 1/16W
DEMOD_TSSYNC DEMOD_TSVALID 14 1_BA1 1_BA0 6 TX_AO2N TX_AO2P 7
GPIO_11 AIN_CTL1 DEMOD_TSDATA0 DEMOD_TSSYNC 14 1_BA2 1_BA1 6 TX_AOCKP TX_AO2N 7
R4040 0R05 1/16W
GPIO_12 USB_PWR_EN0 DEMOD_RESET DEMOD_TSDATA0 14 1_BA2 6 TX_AOCKN TX_AOCKP 7
R4041 0R05 1/16W
C4021 C4022 C4023 C4024 C4025 GPIO_13 R4042 0R05 1/16W HPHONE_DET DEMOD_RESET 14 1_WE# TX_AO3P TX_AOCKN 7
Core Power (Close to SoC) 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V GPIO_14 R4043 0R05 1/16W MEMORY_WP# 1_ODT 1_WE# 6 TX_AO3N TX_AO3P 7
1_CAS# 1_ODT 6 TX_AO4P TX_AO3N 7
DVDD3V3 Tuner-DIF 1_CAS# 6 TX_AO4P 7
VCCK R4060 0R05 1/16W LED_WGB T2S_TIF+ 1_RAS# TX_AO4N
DVDD3V3
3.3V IO Power (Close to SoC) T2S_TIF- T2S_TIF+ 15 1_CKE 1_RAS# 6 TX_AO4N 7
VCCK OPCTRL1 HDMI_S1 T2S_TIF- 15 1_CS# 1_CKE 6
R4011 NC/0R05 1/16W
OPCTRL0 R4052 NC/0R05 1/16W HDMI_S2 BST_CTL 1_RST# 1_CS# 6
C4013 C4014 C4015 C4016 C4017 C4018 BST_CTL 15 1_RST# 6
10U 16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V + C4019 C4020 C4026 C4027 C4028 C4029 C4030
100UF 16V 10U 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V

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10-1-2 B02, Soc Peripheral

SoC Peripheral
B02 B02
MEMORY_WP#
MEMORY_WP# 4

Serial Flash DVDD3V3 128 Mbit Nand Flash POOE#


POOE# 4
U403 PDD7
ATV :64Mb MX25L6406 PDD7 4
R4117 1 48 PDD6
NC1 NC28 PDD6 4
4K7 1/16W 5% 2 47
3 NC2 NC27 46
R4115 SMD/0402 4 NC3 NC26 45 PDD5
DVDD3V3 NC4 NC25 PDD5 4
4K7 1/16W 5% 5 44 PDD7 PDD4
NC5 I/O7 PDD6 PDD3 PDD4 4
SMD/0402 6 43
PARB# NC6 I/O6 PDD5 PDD2 PDD3 4
7 42
POOE# RY/BY1 I/O5 PDD4 PDD1 PDD2 4
DVDD3V3 8 41
RE I/O4 PDD0 PDD1 4
9 40 DVDD3V3
CE1 NC24 PDD0 4
R4102 R4101 10 39
4.7K 1/16W NC/4K7 1/16W 5% R4149 R4148 0R05 1/16W 11 NC7 NC23 38 POWE#
U405 DVDD3V3 NC8 PRE DVDD3V3 PAALE POWE# 4
NC/4K7 1/16W 5% NC/0R05 1/16W 12 37
POCE0# VCC1 VCC2 PACLE PAALE 4
1 8 R4136 13 36
PDD7 CS# VCC VSS1 VSS2 POCE1# PACLE 4
R4137 2 7 14 35
MEMORY_WP# FLASH_WP# SO/SIO1 HOLD# POOE# NC9 NC22 PARB# POCE1# 4

POCE0#

POCE1#
NC/0R05 1/16W 3 6 C4108 15 34
WP# SCLK PDD6 PACLE NC10 NC21 POCE0# PARB# 4
4 5 R4135 C4102 100N 16V 16 33 C4109 C4110
GND SI/SIO0 PAALE CLE NC20 PDD3 10U 16V POCE0# 4
H : Write Enable R4141 NC/4K7 1/16W 5% C4103 17 32 100N 16V
NC/MX25L6406EM2I-12G NC/10U 16VNC/100N 16V POWE# 18 ALE I/O3 31 PDD2
L : Write Protect NC/10K 1/16W WE I/O2
FLASH_WP# 19 30 PDD1
20 WP I/O1 29 PDD0
21 NC11 I/O0 28
22 NC12 NC19 27
23 NC13 NC18 26
24 NC14 NC17 25
NC15 NC16

H27U1G8F2BTR-BC

ORESET#
ORESET# 4

OPCTRL4
OPCTRL5 OPCTRL4 4
OPCTRL5 4
AOSDATA1
AOSDATA1 4

STBC CRYSTAL 3V3SB 3V3SB DVDD3V3


NVRAM DVDD3V3 OXTALO Strapping
R4118 R4120 R4122

OXTALI R4107 NC/1M 1/16W NC/10K 1/16W 5% NC/10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5%
R4103 R4104 R4105
C4104 X4101
10K 1/16W 5%

2.7K 1/16W 1%

2.7K 1/16W 1%

L4101 OXTALI
OPCTRL5 OPCTRL4 AOSDATA1 OXTALO OXTALI 4
220N16V 3 1 NC/0U82 Close to SoC OXTALO 4
U4103 4 2

1 8 27MHz C4106 C4125 R4119 R4121 R4123


2 E0 VCC 7 C4105
3 E1 WC 6 OSCL0 27PF 33P50V NC/1N 50V 10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5% NC/10K 1/16W 5% OSDA0
E2 SCL OSDA0 OSCL0 OSDA0 4,7,12,14,15,20
4 5
VSS SDA OSCL0 4,7,12,14,15,20
CL=20PF
CAT24C128YI R4106 2.2K 1/16W
I2C address at A0 MEMORY_WP#
Q4101
PMBS3904 R4109 H: Write Enable
10K 1/16W 5% L: Write Protect

Strapping OPCTRL5 OPCTRL4 AOSDATA1


ICE mode + 27M +serial boot 0 0 0
ICE mode + 27M +ROM boot 0 0 1
ICE mode + 54M +serial boot 0 1 0
Reset IC 3V3SB 5VSB ICE mode + 54M +ROM boot 0 1 1
3V3SB
OLT mode 1 0 0
R4139
NC/0R05 1/16W R4111
820R 1/10W 1% scan mode 1 0 1
1 3
R4140 GND VCC
cpu model mode 1 1 0
RESET

NC/5K1 1/16W 5%

C4107 R4112 Boundary scan mode


R4108 100N 16V 1K8 1/10W 1%
1 1 1
2

ORESET#

0R05 1/16W U4101


MAX809STRG
C4123 R4110
NC/10P 50V NC/100K 1/16W

GND 4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

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10-1-3 B03, DDR3

DDR3
B03 B03
U402
DDR3# 1-2 Gbit - 1333 MHz RDQ0 E3
DQL0 A0
N3 B_A0
RDQ1 F7 P7 B_A1
RDQ2 F2 DQL1 A1 P3 B_A2
RDQ3 F8 DQL2 A2 N2 B_A3
Damping & Termination for CLK RDQ4 DQL3 A3 B_A4
H3 P8
RDQ5 H8 DQL4 A4 P2 B_A5
RDQ6 G2 DQL5 A5 R8 B_A6
RDQ7 H7 DQL6 A6 R2 B_A7
RDQ8 D7 DQL7 A7 T8 B_A8 RDQ0
RDQ9 DQU0 A8 B_A9 RDQ1 RDQ0 4
C3 R3
RCLK0 CLK0 RDQ10 DQU1 A9 B_A10 RDQ2 RDQ1 4
R4128 0R05 1/16W C8 L7
RDQ11 DQU2 A10/AP B_A11 RDQ3 RDQ2 4
C2 R7
RDQ12 DQU3 A11 B_A12 RDQ4 RDQ3 4
A7 N7
RDQ13 DQU4 A12 B_A13 RDQ5 RDQ4 4
R4130 A2 T3
RDQ14 DQU5 NC RDQ6 RDQ5 4
100R 1/16W 5% B8
RDQ15 DQU6 RDQ7 RDQ6 4
A3 J1
DQU7 NC_0 RDQ8 RDQ7 4
J9
RCLK0# CLK0# NC_1 RDQ9 RDQ8 4
R4129 0R05 1/16W L1
RDQS1 NC_2 RDQ10 RDQ9 4
C7 L9
RDQS1# UDQS NC_3 RDQ11 RDQ10 4
B7 M7
RDQS0 UDQS# NC_4 RDQ12 RDQ11 4
F3 T7
RDQS0# LDQS NC_6 RDQ13 RDQ12 4
G3
RDQM1 LDQS# B_BA0 RDQ14 RDQ13 4
D3 M2
RDQM0 UDM BA0 B_BA1 RDQ15 RDQ14 4
Damping for DDR3#1 ADDR/CMD E7 N8
LDM BA1 B_BA2 RDQ15 4
M3
RP4101 100 OHM BA2 J7 CLK0 RDQS1
B_RST# CK CLK0# RDQS1# RDQS1 4
T2 K7
1_WE# B_WE# RESET# CK# B_CS# RDQS0 RDQS1# 4
5 4 L2
1_CAS# B_CAS# ZQ1 CS# B_CAS# RDQS0# RDQS0 4
6 3 L8 K3
1_RAS# B_RAS# ZQ CAS# B_ODT RDQM1 RDQS0# 4
7 2 K1
1_A12 B_A12 ODT B_RAS# RDQM0 RDQM1 4
8 1 R4142 J3
RAS# B_WE# RDQM0 4
240 OHM +-5% 1/16W L3
WE# K9 B_CKE
1_ODT B_ODT R7053 100R 1/16W 5% DDRV CKE
1_CS# B_CS# R7054 100R 1/16W 5%
1_BA0 B_BA0 R7055 100R 1/16W 5% A1 B1
1_BA2 B_BA2 R7056 100R 1/16W 5% A8 VDDQ_0 VSSQ_0 B9
C1 VDDQ_1 VSSQ_1 D1
RP4103 100 OHM C9 VDDQ_2 VSSQ_2 D8 1_A0
1_RST# B_RST# VDDQ_3 VSSQ_3 1_A1 1_A0 4
5 4 D2 E2
1_A9 B_A9 VDDQ_4 VSSQ_4 1_A2 1_A1 4
6 3 E9 E8
1_A13 B_A13 VDDQ_5 VSSQ_5 1_A3 1_A2 4
7 2 F1 F9
1_A0 B_A0 VDDQ_6 VSSQ_6 1_A4 1_A3 4
8 1 H2 G1
VDDQ_7 VSSQ_7 1_A5 1_A4 4
H9 G9
VDDQ_8 VSSQ_8 1_A6 1_A5 4
1_A7 1_A6 4
RP4104 100 OHM B2 A9
1_A3 B_A3 VDD_0 VSS_0 1_A8 1_A7 4
5 4 DDRV D9 B3
1_A5 B_A5 VDD_1 VSS_1 1_A9 1_A8 4
6 3 G7 E1
1_A2 B_A2 VDD_2 VSS_2 1_A10 1_A9 4
7 2 K2 G8
1_A7 B_A7 VDD_3 VSS_3 1_A11 1_A10 4
8 1 K8 J2
VDD_4 VSS_4 1_A12 1_A11 4
R4133 C4126 N1 J8
VDD_5 VSS_5 1_A13 1_A12 4
RP4105 100 OHM 1KOHM +-1% 1/16W 100N16V N9 M1
1_A4 B_A4 VDD_6 VSS_6 1_A13 4
5 4 R9 M9 DDRV
1_BA1 6 3 B_BA1 R1 VDD_8 VSS_7 P1 1_BA0
1_A10 B_A10 VDD_7 VSS_8 1_BA1 1_BA0 4
7 2 P9
1_CKE B_CKE RVREF1 VSS_9 1_BA2 1_BA1 4
8 1 T1
VSS_10 1_BA2 4
T9 R4138
RP4106 100 OHM R4134 VSS_11 RCLK0
1KOHM +-1% 1/16W RCLK0 4
1_A11 5 4 B_A11 1KOHM +-1% 1/16W C4124 RCLK0#
1_A8 B_A8 100N16V 1_CS# RCLK0# 4
6 3
1_A6 B_A6 RVREF2 1_CAS# 1_CS# 4
7 2 H1 M8
1_A1 B_A1 VREFDQ VREFCA 1_ODT 1_CAS# 4
8 1
1_RAS# 1_ODT 4
DDRV 1_RAS# 4
NT5CB128M16BP-CG R4143 1_WE#
1_CKE 1_WE# 4
C4127 1KOHM +-1% 1/16W
100N16V 1_RST# 1_CKE 4
1_RST# 4

+ C4119 C4113 C4114 C4115 C4116


220UF 16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V 100N16V

DDRV

GND 4,5,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24
C4117 C4118
100N16V 100N16V

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10-1-4 B04, LVDS, JTAG & UART

LVDS, JTAG & UART


B04 B04
LVDSVDD TX_AE0P
FHD 8/10-Bit LVDS Connector JTAG (ICE) Debug TX_AE0N TX_AE0P
TX_AE0N
4
4
FB401 DVDD3V3 DVDD3V3 DVDD3V3 DVDD3V3 TX_AE1P
TX_AE1N TX_AE1P 4
Panel_12V_5V TX_AE2P TX_AE1N 4
1 2
TX_AE2N TX_AE2P 4
C402 120R/6000mA
TX_AE2N 4

R411

R412

R413

R414
TX_AECKP
TX_AECKN TX_AECKP 4
100N 50V
R404 For ESD TX_AE3P TX_AECKN 4
TX_AE3N TX_AE3P 4
7.5K OHM C401
TX_AE4P TX_AE3N 4

10K 1/16W 5%

10K 1/16W 5%

10K 1/16W 5%

10K 1/16W 5%
NC/10U 16V SH105 TX_AE4P 4
DVDD3V3 R415 R416 SHORT TEST POINT TX_AE4N
TX_AE4N 4
10K 1/16W 5% 1K 1/16W 5% SH106
DVDD3V3 SHORT TEST POINT

21
R403

42
NC/1K 1/16W 5%
R405 TVTREF#1 1 2
39 40 NC/1K 1/16W 5% JTRST# 3 4 TX_AO0P
JTDI TX_AO0N TX_AO0P 4
37 38 5 6
SELLVDS ODSEL JTMS TX_AO1P TX_AO0N 4
35 36 7 8
TX_AE4P TX_AE4N JTCK TX_AO1N TX_AO1P 4
33 34 9 10 GND GND
TX_AE3P TX_AE3N TX_AO2P TX_AO1N 4
31 32 R406 11 12
JTDO TX_AO2N TX_AO2P 4
R402 29 30 0R05 1/16W R410 13 14
TX_AECKP TX_AECKN TX_AOCKP TX_AO2N 4
0R05 1/16W 27 28 33R 1/16W 5% 15 16
JTAG_DBGRQ TX_AOCKN TX_AOCKP 4
25 26 17 18
TX_AE2P TX_AE2N JTAG_DBGACK TX_AO3P TX_AOCKN 4
23 24 19 20
TX_AE1P TX_AE1N TX_AO3N TX_AO3P 4
21 22
TX_AE0P TX_AE0N TX_AO4P TX_AO3N 4
19 20 CN406
TX_AO4N TX_AO4P 4
17 18 NC/60947 20P 1.25MM

22
TX_AO4P TX_AO4N TX_AO4N 4
15 16 R417 R418
TX_AO3P 13 14 TX_AO3N 10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5%
11 12
TX_AOCKP 9 10 TX_AOCKN
TX_AO2P 7 8
TX_AO1P 5 6 TX_AO2N Solder Side
TX_AO0P 3 4 TX_AO1N
1 2 TX_AO0N
41

CN408 JTRST#
UART Debug Tool (STBY) JTDI JTRST# 4
JTMS JTDI 4
CONN
JTCK JTMS 4
JTDO JTCK 4
3V3SB JTDO 4

R419
3.3K 1/16W
Q401 TX_AE0P
TX_AE0N TX_AE0P 4
NC/2N7002
U0RX 3PIN_RX TX_AE1P TX_AE0N 4
HD 8-Bit LVDS Connector 19" & 22" TX_AE1N TX_AE1P
TX_AE1N
4
4
TX_AE2P
TX_AE2N TX_AE2P 4
TX_AECKP TX_AE2N 4
R420 100R 1/16W 5%
TX_AECKP 4
LVDSVDD TX_AECKN
TX_AECKN 4
TX_AE3P
TX_AE3N TX_AE3P 4
CN409 1 3V3SB 5VSB 3
TX_AE4P TX_AE3N 4
NC/CONN 2 C403 2
TX_AE4N TX_AE4P 4
3 1
TX_AE4N 4
4 100N 50V
5 R421
6 3.3K 1/16W
7 Q402 CN410
8 NC/2N7002 CONN
9 U0TX 3PIN_TX TX_AO0P
SELLVDS TX_AO0N TX_AO0P 4
10 Using 13mm high for
TX_AO1P TX_AO0N 4
11 layout to add 2 fixed hold
TX_AO1N TX_AO1P 4
12
TX_AO3P TX_AO2P TX_AO1N 4
13 R422 100R 1/16W 5%
TX_AO3N TX_AO2N TX_AO2P 4
14
TX_AOCKP TX_AO2N 4
15
TX_AOCKP TX_AOCKN TX_AOCKP 4
16
TX_AOCKN TX_AO3P TX_AOCKN 4
17
TX_AO3N TX_AO3P 4
18
TX_AO2P TX_AO4P TX_AO3N 4
19
TX_AO2N TX_AO4N TX_AO4P 4
20
21 iTV Level 1 TX_AO4N 4
22 TX_AO1P
23 TX_AO1N
24
25 TX_AO0P R407
26 TX_AO0N 3V3SB NC/0R05 1/16W
27
28
29 R408
30
5VSB 0R05 1/16W

R409 R425 R424 ITV_IR


ITV_IR 17
0R05 1/16W 10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5%

R423
NC/0R05 1/16W U0RX
U0RX 4

2
U0TX
ITV_IR U0TX 4
R652 1 Q403
100R 1/16W 5% PMBS3906 CN412
CONN 3PIN_TX

3
3PIN_RX 3PIN_TX 11
3PIN_RX 11
1
I2C for MEMC board 3PIN_RX 2
3PIN_TX 3
4
5V_SW 5

OSDA0
OSCL0 OSDA0 4,5,12,14,15,20
OSCL0 4,5,12,14,15,20
2

FB402
NC/120R/3000mA 8282_RST
8282_RST 4
CN411
7
1

5
OSDA0 4
OSCL0 3 ESD
8282_RST 2
1
U404
3PIN_RX 1 6
NC/CONN 2 I/O1 I/O4 5
6

3PIN_TX 3 GNDVDD 4 ITV_IR


I/O2 I/O3

AOZ8105CI

GND 4,5,6,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

C 2012-04-24

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10-1-5 B05, USB1 & USB2

USB1 & USB2


B05 B05
5V_SW
VUSB2_5V VUSB5V
USB2
120R/3000mA
FB1007

5
7
1 2
1 CN104

1 2 3 4
USB_DM1 R1017 0R05 1/16W USB2_D- 2 USB CONN
USB_DP1 R1018 0R05 1/16W USB2_D+ 3 C1011
4 10U 16V
+ C1007 R1019 R1020
C1008

6
8
NC/15K 1/16W 5%

NC/15K 1/16W 5%
47UF 25V 100N 16V C1009 C1010

NC/4P7 50VNC/4P7 50V

BUCK_USB2VUSB5V

ESD

2
FB1008
NC/120R/3000mA U1005
VUSB2_5V
TH1002
USB1_D- 1 6 USB2_D+ VUSB5V
2 I/O1 I/O4 5

1
2 1 DVDD3V3 USB1_D+ 3 GNDVDD 4 USB2_D-
I/O2 I/O3

t
DVDD3V3 AOZ8105CI
PTCR
R1014 R1016
R1013 NC/4K7 1/16W 5%
NC/4K7 1/16W 5% U1002 NC/22K 1/16W 5%
5 1
IN OUT 2
USB_PWR_EN1 R1011 4 GND 3 USB_PWR_OCP1
EN FAULT
H: POWER ON NC/0R05 1/16W NC/STMPS2171STR H: OK
R1012 R1015
L:POWER OFF C1006 L: O.C.
NC/10K 1/16W 5% NC/100N 16V NC/47K 1/16W 5%

VUSB5V VUSB1_5V
TH1001
2 1 DVDD3V3
DVDD3V3
t

PTCR USB_PWR_EN1
USB_PWR_EN1 4
R1003 R1006
NC/4K7 1/16W 5% R1004 NC/4K7 1/16W 5% USB_DM1
U1001 NC/22K 1/16W 5% USB_DP1 USB_DM1 4
5 1 USB_DP1 4
IN OUT 2 USB_PWR_OCP1
USB_PWR_EN0 R1001 4 GND 3 USB_PWR_OCP0 USB_PWR_OCP1 4
EN FAULT
H: POWER ON NC/0R05 1/16W NC/STMPS2171STR H: OK
L:POWER OFF R1002 C1001 R1005 L: O.C.
NC/10K 1/16W 5% NC/100N 16V NC/47K 1/16W 5%

VUSB1_5V USB1 USB_PWR_EN0


USB_PWR_EN0 4
USB_DM0

5
7
USB_DP0 USB_DM0 4
1 CN103 USB_DP0 4

1 2 3 4
USB_DM0 R1007 0R05 1/16W USB1_D- 2 USB CONN USB_PWR_OCP0
USB_DP0 R1008 0R05 1/16W USB1_D+ 3 USB_PWR_OCP0 4
4
+ C1002 R1009 R1010
C1003

6
8
NC/15K 1/16W 5%

NC/15K 1/16W 5%

47UF 25V 100N 16V C1004 C1005

NC/4P7 50VNC/4P7 50V GND 4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

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10-1-6 B06, AV1 (side) & Audio-in multiplexer

AV1 (side) & Audio-in mulitplexer


B06 B06
5V_SW AMUX_5V AV1_CVBS
Audio-in multiplexer AV1_CVBS 4
CVBS_COM

1
CVBS_COM 4
AMUX_5V
FB101 U102
120R/3000mA
VGA_L_IN 1 16
AV1_LIN 2 Y0 VDD 15 AV1_RIN
2

AUD_LOUT 3 Y2 X2 14 CVI_R_IN1 R101 AIN0_R_AADC


EXT_L_IN 4 Yout X1 13 AUD_ROUT C104 AIN0_R_AADC AIN0_L_AADC AIN0_R_AADC 4
CVI_L_IN1 5 Y3 Xout 12 VGA_R_IN 10U 16V AIN0_L_AADC 4
C101 C102 C103 MUX_CTLC 6 Y1 X0 11 EXT_R_IN 0.05R
10U 16V 100N16V 100N16V 7 INH X3 10 MUX_CTLA
8 VEE CTL_A 9 MUX_CTLB AIN_CTL0
VSS CTL_B AIN_CTL1 AIN_CTL0 4
AIN_CTL2 AIN_CTL1 4
AIN_CTL2 4
CD4052BPW
R102
C105 AIN0_L_AADC
10U 16V
0.05R CVI_R_IN1
CVI_L_IN1 CVI_R_IN1 10
CVI_L_IN1 10
EXT_R_IN
EXT_L_IN EXT_R_IN 10
EXT_L_IN 10

VGA_R_IN
VGA_L_IN VGA_R_IN 11
VGA_L_IN 11

AV1 Input (Side)


CVBS-in
CN121 FB114 120R/3000mA
2 1 2 R104 C107 AV1_CVBS
68R 1/16W 5% 47N16V
A
1
2

4 ZD101 R103
AZ5125-01J C106
B
3 75R 1/16W 1% NC/220pF 50V
Audio-in multiplexer control
6
1

C CVBS_COM
5 R105 C108 AMUX_5V AMUX_5V
0R05 1/16W 47N16V

RCA JACK
AMUX_5V
R125 R127
R/L-in 4K7 1/16W 5% 4K7 1/16W 5%
R110 470K 1/16W 5%

R111 470K 1/16W 5% MUX_CTLB MUX_CTLA

AV1_LIN R126 R128


R106 10K 1/16W 5% C111
10U 16V AIN_CTL1 AIN_CTL0
Q101 Q102
R107 10K 1/16W 5% C112 AV1_RIN PMBS3904 PMBS3904
10U 16V 10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5%
2

R112 470K 1/16W 5%


ZD102 ZD103
AZ5125-01J AZ5125-01J C109 C110 R108 R109 R113 470K 1/16W 5% AMUX_5V
10N 50V 10N 50V 5.1K 1% 5.1K 1%
1

R131
NC/4K7 1/16W 5%

MUX_CTLC
R132
R122 AIN_CTL2
0R05 1/16W NC/10K 1/16W 5%
Q104
NC/PMBS3904

GND 4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

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10-1-7 B07, CVI 1 & EXT

CVI 1 & EXT


B07 B07
C121
R133 0R05 1/16W 1.5nF 50V SOY1

CVI_R_IN1
Y1 1 2 R198 18R 1/16W 5% R135 68R 1/16W 5% C122 Y1P CVI_L_IN1 CVI_R_IN1 9
FB102 30R/700mA 10N 50V CVI_L_IN1 9

2
ZD107
R134 C120 SOY1
Video-in AZ5125-01J
56R 1/16W 5% 15pF 50V Y1P SOY1 4
COM1 Y1P 4
CN111A R136 100R 1/16W 5% C123 COM1 PB1P COM1 4

1
2 10N 50V PR1P PB1P 4
PR1P 4
A
1

4 PB1 1 2 R199 18R 1/16W 5% R139 68R 1/16W 5% C126 PB1P


FB103 30R/700mA 10N 50V EXT_CVBS
B

2
3 EXT_CVBS 4
ZD108 C124 EXT_R_IN
6 R137 15pF 50V EXT_L_IN EXT_R_IN 9
AZ5125-01J EXT_L_IN 9
56R 1/16W 5%
C 5 EXT_FSEL
EXT_FSEL 4

1
RCA JACK SOY0
Y0P SOY0 4
COM0 Y0P 4

2
PB0P COM0 4
ZD109 C125 PR0P PB0P 4
R138 15pF 50V PR0P 4
AZ5125-01J
56R 1/16W 5%
1

PR1 1 2 R200 18R 1/16W 5% R140 68R 1/16W 5% C127 PR1P


CVI (Rear) FB104 30R/700mA 10N 50V

AMUX_5V
R/L-in R145 470K 1/16W 5%

R146 470K 1/16W 5%


CN111B
8 R141 10K 1/16W 5% CVI1_L_IN C130 CVI_L_IN1
10U 16V
D
7

10 R142 10K 1/16W 5% CVI1_R_IN C131 CVI_R_IN1


10U 16V
E 9 R147 470K 1/16W 5%
2

RCA JACK ZD110 ZD111 R148 470K 1/16W 5%


AZ5125-01J AZ5125-01J C128 R143 C129 R144
22P 50V 5.1K 1% 22P 50V 5.1K 1%
1

R159 0R05 1/16W

C132
R149 0R05 1/16W 1.5nF 50V SOY0

Y2 1 2 R151 68R 1/16W 5% C134 Y0P


FB105 30R/700mA R217 18R 1/16W 5% 10N 50V
2

ZD112
EXT (Rear) Video-in AZ5125-01J R150 C133
56R 1/16W 5% NC/10P 50V
NC/CONN COM0
1 CN112A R152 100R 1/16W 5% C135
1

A 2 Y2_2 2 10N 50V


3 Y2
A
4 1
B 5 PB2_5
6 PB2 4 PB2 1 2 R155 68R 1/16W 5% C138 PB0P
7 FB106 30R/700mA R218 18R 1/16W 5% 10N 50V AMUX_5V AMUX_5V
B
2

C 8 PR2_8 3
9 PR2 ZD113
10 6 AZ5125-01J R153 C136 R117
D 56R 1/16W 5% NC/10P 50V NC/11K 1% R115 47N16V
11 EXT_L C 5 68R 1/16W 5% C114 EXT_CVBS
12 PR2_8 EXT_FSEL R120
1

E RCA JACK NC/22K 1/16W 5% U103


13 EXT_R R118 NC/TS5A3157DCKR R114
CN113 NC/1K 1/16W 5% 6 1 NC/75R 1/16W 1%
2

5 IN NO 2
ZD114 Y2_2 R205 AMUX_5V
Q106 4 V+ GND 3
NC/220K 1/16W 5% LMBT3904LT1G C113 COM NC
AZ5125-01J
NC/100N16V

R119 R188 R156


1

PR2 1 2 EXT_C NC/5.6K 1% EXT_C 0R05 1/16W 68R 1/16W 5% PR0P


FB107 30R/700mA AMUX_5V PB2_5 R219 C139
R116 18R 1/16W 5% 10N 50V
NC/0R05 1/16W
R161 470K 1/16W 5% R154
R/L-in 56R 1/16W 5% C137
R162 470K 1/16W 5% NC/10P 50V
CN112B
8 EXT_L R157 10K 1/16W 5% C142 EXT_L_IN
10U 16V
D
7

10 EXT_R R158 10K 1/16W 5% C143 EXT_R_IN


10U 16V
E 9 R163 470K 1/16W 5%
2

RCA JACK R164 470K 1/16W 5%


ZD115 ZD116 C140 R195 C141 R160
AZ5125-01J AZ5125-01J 22P 50V 5.1K 1% 22P 50V 5.1K 1%
1

GND 4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

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CVI 1 & EXT


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10-1-8 B08, VGA & PC Line-in

VGA & PC Line-in


B08 B08
RP
GP RP 4
BP GP 4
SOG BP 4
VGA SYNC Slicer SOG 4
VGACOM
VGACOM 4
1 2 R166 68R 1/16W 5% C145 10N 50V RP VS R181 0R05 1/16W VSYNC HSYNC
VGA Input FB108 30R/700mA VSYNC HSYNC 4

2
VSYNC 4
D115 R182
R165 C144 AZ5125-01J NC/2K 1/16W
75R 1/16W 1% NC/10P 50V

VGA_R_IN

1
R168 0R05 1/16W C147 1.5nF 50V SOG VGA_L_IN VGA_R_IN 9
VGA_L_IN 9
17

6
VGA_RX 11 1 VGA_R HS R183 0R05 1/16W HSYNC
7
PC_SDA 12 2 VGA_G 1 2 R169 68R 1/16W 5% C148 10N 50V GP VGA_SCL
8 FB109 30R/700mA R184 VGA_SDA VGA_SCL 4
HS 13 3 VGA_B VGA_SDA 4
NC/2K 1/16W
9 PC_5VI
VS 14 4 VGA_TX R167 C146
10 75R 1/16W 1% NC/10P 50V
PC_SCL 15 5
3PIN_RX
CN101 VGACOM 3PIN_TX 3PIN_RX 7
DB15P R170 100R 1/16W 1% C149 10N 50V
16

3PIN_TX 7

DDC_WP#
1 2 R172 68R 1/16W 5% C151 10N 50V BP
UART WB Adjustment DDC_WP# 4,12,13
FB110 30R/700mA
5V_SW VGA_RX_TX_EN
VGA_RX_TX_EN 4
R171 C150
75R 1/16W 1% NC/10P 50V DVDD3V3

R185 R186 R209 R210


10K+-5%1/16W 4.7K 1/16W 4.7K 1/16W 4.7K 1/16W

ESD R187
VGA_RX_TX_EN
Q107
U105 4.7K 1/16W PMBS3904 Q108 Q109
HS 1 6 VGA_G VGA_5V 3PIN_RX 2N7002 VGA_RX 3PIN_TX 2N7002 VGA_TX
2 I/O1 I/O4 5
VGA_B 3 GNDVDD 4 VGA_R
I/O2 I/O3

AOZ8105CI R121 R123


7.5K 1/16W 7.5K 1/16W

MT5301B support Embedded VGA EDID EEPROM

PC_SCL R189 NC/0R05 1/16W VGA_SCL

VGA_5V
PC_SDA R190 NC/0R05 1/16W VGA_SDA

PC_5VI FB111 1 2 120R/3000mA

C152 VGA_5V 5V_SW

100N 16V

D101
BAT54C

C157
R191 R192 R193 U104 100N 16V
AMUX_5V 10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5% 10K 1/16W 5% M24C02-WDW6P
8 1
7 VCC E0 2
PC Audio-in R177 470K 1/16W 5% PC_SCL 6 WC E1 3
SCL E2 4
PC_SDA 5
R178 470K 1/16W 5% SDA VSS
CN102

2
1 DDC_WP# R222 1K 1/16W 5%
2 R196 0R05 1/10W R173 10K 1/16W 5% C155 VGA_L_IN Q105 D114
10U 16V L : WP R223 PMBS3904 AZ5125-01J R194
4K7 1/16W 5% D113 NC/1K1/16W
H : Write AZ5125-01J
3 PC_AU_INR R197 0R05 1/10W R174 10K 1/16W 5% C156 VGA_R_IN

1
10U 16V
PHONE JACK
2

R179 470K 1/16W 5%


ZD121 ZD122 C153 C154
AZ5125-01J AZ5125-01J 22P 50V 22P 50V R175 R176 R180 470K 1/16W 5%
5.1K 1% 5.1K 1%
1

GND 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

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10-1-9 B09, HDMI A & Switch 3:1

HDMI A & Switch 3:1


B09 B09
HDMI_HPD1 VS_ADJ

5V_SW 5VDD AVDD3V3 DV33_TMDS M_RX1_2 R557 M_RX1_2B


NC/100R 1/16W 1% R512 R513 M_RX1_CB
M_RX1_C M_RX1_CB 4
FB501 10K 1/10W 4.02K 1% M_RX1_C 4
FB502 M_RX1_1 R558 M_RX1_1B
NC/100R 1/16W 1% M_RX1_0B
M_RX1_0 M_RX1_0B 4
2 1 5VDD 1 2 DV33_TMDS M_RX1_0 R559 M_RX1_0B
NC/100R 1/16W 1% M_RX1_1B M_RX1_0 4
120R/3000mA M_RX1_1 M_RX1_1B 4
120R/3000mA M_RX1_C R560 M_RX1_CB
NC/100R 1/16W 1% M_RX1_2B M_RX1_1 4
C501 C502 M_RX1_2 M_RX1_2B 4
10U 16V 100N 16V C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C508 C509 M_RX1_2 4
10U 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V 100N 16V DV33_TMDS 5VDD

HDMI_CEC
HDMI_CEC 4
R511 R534 HDMI_HPD1
HDMI_HPD1 4
NC/4K7 1/16W 5% 4K7 1/16W 5%

DV33_TMDS

DV33_TMDS
DDC_WP#
DDC_WP# 4,11,13

HDMI_SDA
HDMI_SCL
HDMI_HPD1

M_RX1_C
EQ_I2C_SEL 5VDD_LP#

M_RX1_0

M_RX1_1

M_RX1_2
M_RX1_CB

M_RX1_0B

M_RX1_1B

M_RX1_2B
HDMI_S1

S1_SCL
HDMI_S2 HDMI_S1 4
H : GPIO R532
HDMI_S2 4
R510 NC/10K 1/10W
L : I2C 4K7 1/16W 5%
PWR5V_A
PWR5V_A 4
CN501
HDMI
U501

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
1 RXA_2+ TMDS361BPAGR
D2+ 2

S1/SCL

GND

VCC

GND

VCC
CLK+_SINK

D0+_SINK

D1+_SINK

D2+_SINK
SCL_SINK

D0-_SINK

D1-_SINK

D2-_SINK
CLK-_SINK
SDA_SINK
HPD_SINK
D2 Shield 3 RXA_2-
D2- 4 RXA_1+ HDMI_SDA
D1+ HDMI_SCL HDMI_SDA 4
5
D1 Shield RXA_1- HDMI_SCL 4
6
D1- 7 RXA_0+ S2_SDA 33 16 VS_ADJ
D0+ 8 EQ_I2C_SEL 34 S2/SDA VSadj 15
D0 Shield 9 RXA_0- HPD_C 35 I2C_SEL GND 14 RXB_2+
D0- 10 RXA_C+ HDMIC_SDA 36 HPD1 D2+_3 13 RXB_2-
CK+ 11 HDMIC_SCL 37 SDA1 D2-_3 12 DV33_TMDS RXB_2+
CK Shield 12 RXA_C- RXC_C- 38 SCL1 VCC 11 RXB_1+ RXB_2- RXB_2+ 13
CK- 13 CEC_A RXC_C+ 39 CLK-_1 D1+_3 10 RXB_1- RXB_2- 13
CE Remote 14 ARC_A DV33_TMDS 40 CLK+_1 D1-_3 9 RXB_1+
20 NC 15 SCL_A R501 100R 1/16W 5% HDMIA_SCL RXC_0- 41 VCC GND 8 RXB_0+ RXB_1- RXB_1+ 13
21 TH1 DDC CLK 16 SDA_A R502 100R 1/16W 5% HDMIA_SDA RXC_0+ 42 D0-_1 D0+_3 7 RXB_0- RXB_1- 13
22 TH2 DDC DATA 17 43 D0+_1 D0-_3 6 DV33_TMDS RXB_0+
23 TH3 GND 18 HD5V_A R503 1K 1/16W 5% RXC_1- 44 GND VCC 5 RXB_C+ RXB_0- RXB_0+ 13
24 TH4 +5V 19 RXC_1+ 45 D1-_1 CLK+_3 4 RXB_C- RXB_0- 13
TH5 HP DET DV33_TMDS 46 D1+_1 CLK-_3 3 RXB_C+
2

ZD503 ZD501 Q501 RXC_2- 47 VCC GND 2 HDMIB_SCL RXB_C- RXB_C+ 13


2

D2-_1 SCL3 RXB_C- 13


R504

PMBS3904 RXC_2+ 48 1 HDMIB_SDA


D2+_1 SDA3
AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

HPD_A CEC_B
470K 1/16W 5%

D502 D503 D501 R505 1K 1/16W 5%


CEC_B 13
AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

HDMIB_SCL

CLK+_2
CLK-_2

D0+_2

D1+_2

D2+_2
HDMIB_SCL 13

D0-_2

D1-_2

D2-_2
HPD2

HPD3
HDMIB_SDA

SDA2
SCL2
R506

GND
VCC

VCC
1

4K7 1/16W 5% HDMIB_SDA 13

LP
1

HPD_B
HPD_B 13

49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
RXC_2+
RXC_2- RXC_2+ 13

5VDD_LP#
HPD_A
HDMIA_SDA
HDMIA_SCL
RXA_C-
RXA_C+

RXA_0-
RXA_0+

RXA_1-
RXA_1+

RXA_2-
RXA_2+
HPD_B
RXC_2- 13
RXC_1+

DV33_TMDS

DV33_TMDS
RXC_1- RXC_1+ 13
RXC_1- 13
RXC_0+
RXC_0- RXC_0+ 13
RXC_0- 13
RXC_C+
HDMI A (Rear#1) RXC_C- RXC_C+ 13
RXC_C- 13
CEC_C
CEC_C 13
HDMIC_SCL
HDMIC_SDA HDMIC_SCL 13
HDMIC_SDA 13
HPD_C
HPD_C 13

DV33_TMDS
Option for 3x port S1_SCL R521 NC/0R05 1/16W HDMI_S1 OSDA0
OSDA0 4,5,7,14,15,20
OSCL0
S2_SDA HDMI_S2 OSCL0 4,5,7,14,15,20
R522 NC/0R05 1/16W

ARC_A
OSCL0 ARC_A 20
R519 R520 R530 0R05 1/16W
10K 1/10W 10K 1/10W
R531 0R05 1/16W OSDA0

HDMI_SCL

HDMI_SDA

HDMIA_SCL R523 NC/0R05 1/16W HDMI_SCL 3V3SB


HDMI A (Rear#1) EDID EEPROM Option for 1x port
5V_SW HD5V_A HDMIA_SDA R524 NC/0R05 1/16W HDMI_SDA

HPD_A R525 NC/0R05 1/16W HDMI_HPD1

1
R514 1K 1/16W 5% PWR5V_A D504 R509

K A
BAS316 NC/0R05 1/16W

D505 ESD Protecter for Single HDMI_A Single HDMI_A (Bypass Switch)

2
BAT54C 3V3SB
U503 NC/0OHM 1/16W
RXA_2+ 1 10 RXA_2+ RXA_2+ 8 1 M_RX1_2 R508
RXA_2- 2 CH1 NC 9 RXA_2- RXA_2- 7 2 M_RX1_2B 27K 1/16W 5%
R526 3 CH2 NC 8 RXA_1+ 6 3 M_RX1_1 Q502
0R05 1/10W C510 R516 RXA_1+ 4 VN VN 7 RXA_1+ RXA_1- 5 4 M_RX1_1B NC/2N7002
100N 16V R515 R517 RXA_1- 5 CH3 NC 6 RXA_1- CEC_A HDMI_CEC
10K 1/10W 4K7 1/10W 5% 4K7 1/10W 5% CH4 NC RP501
U502 CEC_B
NC/AOZ8804DI
1 8
2 E0 VCC 7 CEC_C
3 E1 WC 6 HDMIA_SCL R507 0R05 1/16W
4 E2 SCL 5 HDMIA_SDA

2
VSS SDA U504 NC/0OHM 1/16W ZD502
RXA_0+ 1 10 RXA_0+ RXA_0+ 8 1 M_RX1_0
CH1 NC

AZ5125-01J
M24C02-WDW6P R518 RXA_0- 2 9 RXA_0- RXA_0- 7 2 M_RX1_0B
DDC_WP# 3 CH2 NC 8 RXA_C+ 6 3 M_RX1_C
Q503 RXA_C+ 4 VN VN 7 RXA_C+ RXA_C- 5 4 M_RX1_CB
PMBS3904 1K 1/16W 5% RXA_C- 5 CH3 NC 6 RXA_C-
H : Write

1
CH4 NC RP502
L : WP
NC/AOZ8804DI GND 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

C 2012-04-24

HDMI A&Switch 3:1


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10-1-10 B10, HDMI B & HDMI C (Side)

HDMI B & HDMI C (Side)


B10 B10

CN502 RXB_2+
HDMI Option for 3x port RXB_2- RXB_2+
RXB_2-
12
12
1 RXB_2+ RXB_1+
D2+ 2 RXB_1- RXB_1+ 12
D2 Shield 3 RXB_2- RXB_1- 12
D2- 4 RXB_1+ RXB_0+
D1+ 5V_SW HD5V_B HDMI B (Rear#2) EDID EEPROM RXB_0+ 12
5 RXB_0-
D1 Shield 6 RXB_1- RXB_0- 12
D1- 7 RXB_0+ RXB_C+
D0+ 8 R547 1K 1/16W 5% PWR5V_B RXB_C- RXB_C+ 12
D0 Shield 9 RXB_0- RXB_C- 12
D0- 10 RXB_C+ CEC_B
CK+ 11 D516 CEC_B 12
CK Shield 12 RXB_C- HDMIB_SCL
CK- 13 CEC_B BAT54C HDMIB_SDA HDMIB_SCL 12
CE Remote 14 HDMIB_SDA 12
20 NC 15 R535 100R 1/16W 5% HDMIB_SCL HPD_B
21 TH1 DDC CLK 16 R536 100R 1/16W 5% HDMIB_SDA HPD_B 12
22 TH2 DDC DATA 17
23 TH3 GND 18 HD5V_B R539 1K 1/16W 5% R528
24 TH4 +5V 19 0R05 1/10W C515 RXC_2+
TH5 HP DET 100N 16V R548 R549 R550 RXC_2- RXC_2+ 12
2

2
RXC_2- 12

R540
ZD505 D511 D512 Q505 10K 1/10W 4.7K 4.7K

2
U505 RXC_1+

470K 1/16W 5%
D510 PMBS3904
RXC_1+ 12
AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J
R537 1K 1/16W 5% HPD_B 1 8 RXC_1-
E0 VCC RXC_1- 12

AZ5125-01J
2 7
3 E1 WC 6 HDMIB_SCL RXC_0+
R538 4 E2 SCL 5 HDMIB_SDA RXC_0- RXC_0+ 12
1

4K7 1/16W 5% VSS SDA RXC_0- 12

1
RXC_C+
M24C02-WDW6P R551 RXC_C- RXC_C+ 12
DDC_WP# RXC_C- 12
Q507 CEC_C
PMBS3904 1K 1/16W 5% CEC_C 12
L : WP
HDMIC_SCL
HDMIC_SDA HDMIC_SCL 12
H : Write HDMIC_SDA 12
HPD_C
HPD_C 12
5V_SW HD5V_C HDMI C (Side) EDID EEPROM
PWR5V_B
HDMI B (Rear#2) PWR5V_B 4
R552 1K 1/16W 5% PWR5V_C PWR5V_C
PWR5V_C 4
DDC_WP#
D517 DDC_WP# 4,11,12

BAT54C
CN506

20
SHLD0 1 RXC_2+
22 TMDSD2+ 2 R533
SHLD2 DSHLD0 3 RXC_2- 0R05 1/10W C516
TMDSD2- 4 RXC_1+ 100N 16V R553 R554 R555
TMDSD1+ 5 10K 1/10W 4K7 1/10W 5% 4K7 1/10W 5%
DSHLD1 6 RXC_1- U506
TMDSD1- 7 RXC_0+ 1 8
TMDSD0+ 8 2 E0 VCC 7
DSHLD2 9 RXC_0- 3 E1 WC 6 HDMIC_SCL
TMDSD0- 10 RXC_C+ 4 E2 SCL 5 HDMIC_SDA
TMDSC+ 11 VSS SDA
CSHLD0 12 RXC_C-
TMDSC- 13 CEC_C M24C02-WDW6P
CEC 14
NC 15 R541 100R 1/16W 5% HDMIC_SCL R556
SCL 16 R542 100R 1/16W 5% HDMIC_SDA DDC_WP#
SDA 17 Q508
23 DDC_GND 18 HD5V_C R545 1K 1/16W 5% PMBS3904 1K 1/16W 5%
SHLD3 VCC5 L : WP
19
21 HPD
SHLD1 H : Write
2

R546

HDMI D513 D514 D515 ZD506


AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

AZ5125-01J

R543 1K 1/16W 5% HPD_C


HDMI C (Side)
470K 1/16W 5%

with ARC function Q506


PMBS3904 R544 GND 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24
1

4K7 1/16W 5%

B 2012-04-24

HDMI B & HDMI C (Side)


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10-1-11 B11, Demodulator (DTMB DVB-T PAL)

Demodulator (DTMB DVB-T PAL)


B11 B11
OSDA0
OSCL0 OSDA0 4,5,7,12,15,20
OSCL0 4,5,7,12,15,20
V3.3 AVDD33 ASIC_3V3 V1.2 AVDD1V2 VDD12
TU_SDA
TU_SCL TU_SDA 15
TU_SCL 15

2
FB1107 FB1108
NC/120R/3000mA NC/120R/3000mA FB1109 FB1110
NC/120R/3000mA NC/120R/3000mA
T2D_TIF-
T2D_TIF+ T2D_TIF- 15
1

1
T2D_TIF+ 15

1
ASIC_3V3 VDD12

+ +
C1101 C1102 C1105 C1103 C1106 C1104 C1107 C1119 C1120 C1121 C1122 C1123 C1124 C1125 C1126
NC/220UF 16V NC/1uF 16V NC/100N16V NC/1uF 16V NC/100N16V NC/1uF 16V NC/100N16V NC/220UF 16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V

VDD33
GPIOs from Demod IC
V3.3 AVDD33
VDD33 TESTIO20 R1103 NC/100K 1/16W
DEMOD_RESET
TESTIO22 DEMOD_RESET 4
R1104 NC/100K 1/16W
DEMOD_TSDATA0
2

DEMOD_TSSYNC DEMOD_TSDATA0 4
FB1111 FB1112 DEMOD_TSVALID DEMOD_TSSYNC 4
V3.3 DEMOD_TSCLK DEMOD_TSVALID 4
NC/120R/3000mA NC/120R/3000mA DEMOD_TSCLK 4
TESTIO21 R1124 NC/100K 1/16W

TESTIO23 R1105 NC/100K 1/16W


1

TESTIO24 R1106 NC/100K 1/16W R1122


NC/10K 1/16W 5% IF_AGC_D2T
VDD33 TESTIO25 R1107 NC/100K 1/16W IF_AGC_D2T 15

+ TESTIO26 R1108 NC/100K 1/16W DTMB_RESETN R1123 NC/0R05 1/16W DEMOD_RESET


C1108 C1109 C1110 C1111 C1112 C1113 C1114 C1115 C1116 C1117 C1118
NC/220UF 16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V TESTIO27 R1109 NC/100K 1/16W
C1130
NC/1uF 16V

VDD12
VDD33

VDD33

VDD33

VDD33
VDD33

VDD12
VDD33 DTMB_RESETN
TUNER AGC

TESTIO20

TESTIO21
TESTIO22
R1127 R1126
PWM0 NC/10K 1/16W 5% NC/200R 1/16W 5% IF_AGC_D2T
VDD_DIV
L1101
NC/2.2uH C1127 C1133 C1134 Demod I2C
NC/1uF 16V NC/100N16V NC/100N16V
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
SDAS R1112 NC/0R05 1/16W OSDA0
SCLS R1113 NC/0R05 1/16W OSCL0
DBGSEL
GND
TEST1
TEST0

VDD12
NC
NC
VDD33

NC

NC
VDD33
NC
VDD12
NC
NC
DBGBUS10

DBGBUS11
DBGBUS12
RESETN

REFCLK0 TSSYNC 1 54 TESTIO23


TSVALID 2 TSBSYNC DBGBUS13 53 TESTIO24
R1101 NC/1M 1/16W TSCLK 3 TSBVLD DBGBUS14 52 VDD12 V3.3
REFCLK1 TS7 4 TSBCLK VDD12 51 VDD33
Serial TS
TS6 5 TSB7 VDD33 50
2

VDD33 6 TSB6 NC 49
1 3 TS5 7 VDD33 NC 48 TS0 DEMOD_TSDATA0
TS4 8 TSB5 NC 47 TESTIO25 TSSYNC DEMOD_TSSYNC
X1101 TS3 9 TSB4 DBGBUS15 46 TESTIO26 TSVALID DEMOD_TSVALID R1114 R1115
Tuner I2C
4

NC/30.4MHz C1129 VDD12 10 TSB3 DBGBUS16 45 VDD33 TSCLK DEMOD_TSCLK NC/2.7K 1/16W 1% NC/2.7K 1/16W 1%
C1128 NC/22pF 50V TS2 11 VDD12 U101 VDD33 44 TESTIO27 R4144
NC/12PF 50V TS1 12 TSB2 NC/ATBM8846E DBGBUS17 43 SDAS R4145 C1435 C1437 C1438 C1436 SDAM R1116 NC/0R05 1/16W TU_SDA
TS0 13 TSB1 SDAS 42 SCLS R4146 SCLM R1117 NC/0R05 1/16W TU_SCL
TSB0 SCLS

NC/5PF 50V

NC/5PF 50V

NC/5PF 50V

NC/5PF 50V
PWM0 14 41 VDD12 R4147
VDD12 15 PWM0 VDD12 40 SDAM NC/33R 1/16W 5%
TP26 16 VDD12 SDAM 39 SCLM NC/33R 1/16W 5%
VDD_DIV 17 CLK_REF_OUT SCLM 38 NC/33R 1/16W 5%
REFCLK0 18 VDD_DIV I2CINT 37 NC/33R 1/16W 5%
REFCLKI0 NC
REF_BIAS_EXT
ADVDD_ADC

ASIC_3V3
DVDD_ADC

AVDD_REF
VDD_OSC
REFCLKI1

TUNER INPUT
VDD12
QVINN
QVINP

PWM1
IVINN
IVINP

Parallel TS
NC

NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

R1118 R1119
NC/10K +-1% 1/16W NC/10K +-1% 1/16W
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

TS7 TP01
REFCLK1 TS6 TP02
TS5 TP03 IVINN C1137 NC/100N16V T2D_TIF-
TS4 TP04
ASIC_3V3

ASIC_3V3

ASIC_3V3

IVINP C1138 NC/100N16V T2D_TIF+


IVINN
IVINP
VDD33

VDD12

VDD33

TS3 TP05
TS2 TP06
TS1 TP07 R1120 R1121
R1102 TS0 TP08 NC/4.7K 1% NC/4.7K 1%
NC/56K 1%

56k~59k 5%

LD1101 TEST LED


TESTIO21 1 2 LOCK

NC/LED R1125
NC/330R 1/16W 5%

GND 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24

C 2012-04-24

Demodulator
715G5617
(DTMB DVB-T PAL)

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10-1-12 B12, Half NIM Tuner

Half NIM Tuner


B12