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SERVICE MANUAL
* Projection lens is optional.
Product code
1 122 477 20
(KJ5AL)
1 122 478 20
(LJ5AL)
1 122 478 22
(LJ5CL)
Multimedia Projector
Match the Chassis No. on the unit's back cover with the
Chassis No. in the Service Manual.
If the Original Version Service Manual Chassis No. does
not match the unit's, additional Service Literature is re-
quired. You must refer to "Notices" to the Original Service
Manual prior to servicing the unit.
FILE NO.
Model No. PdG-det100L
U.S.A, Canada,
Europe, U.K, Asia
original Version
chassis No. KJ5-det100L00
REFERENCE NO.
SM
5111084-00

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    FILE NO. SERVICE MANUAL Multimedia Projector Model No. PdG-det100L U.S.A, Canada, Europe, U.K, Asia original Version * Projection lens is optional. chassis No. KJ5-det100L00 Match the Chassis No. on the unit's back cover with the Chassis No. in the Service Manual.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents SERVICE MANUAL ............1 Temperature Abnormality ..........133 Contents ................  Power Lens and Shutter System and Abnormality ..134 Safety Instructions ............3 Lamp Abnormality ............135 Safety Precautions ............3 Power failure detection system ........136 Product Safety Notice .............3 Diagnosis of Power Failure with RS-3C port ...

  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Safety Precautions WARNING: The chassis of this projector is isolated (COLD) from AC line by using the converter transformer. Primary side of the converter and lamp power supply unit circuit is connected to the AC line and it is hot, which hot circuit is identified with the line ( ) in the schematic diagram.

  • Page 4: Specifications

    Specifications Mechanical Information Projector Type Multi-media Projector Dimensions (W x H x D) 15.75” x 9.55” x 20.61” (400.0 mm x 242.5 mm x 523.5 mm) Net Weight 43.65lbs (19.8 kg) Feet Adjustment 0˚ to 5˚ DLP Chip Projection System 0.95” Single DLP chip, High brightness color wheel x 2 Number of Pixels 1,470.000 pixels (1,400 x 1,050 dots) Signal Compatibility Color System PAL, SECAM, NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL-M, and PAL-N High Definition TV Signal 480i, 480p, 575i, 575p, 720p, 1035i, 1080p, and 1080i Scanning Frequency H-sync. 15 kHz–120 kHz, V-sync. 48 Hz–120 Hz Optical Information Projection Lamp 330 W UHP lamp x 2 Interface Input 1 DVI-D Terminal (Digital), Mini D-Sub 15-pin Terminal (Analog), HDMI Input 2 BNC Type x 5 (VIDEO/Y/G, B/Pb/Cb, R/Pr/Cr, H/HV and V), S-Video Input 3 Vacant Input 4 Network Board Monitor Output Mini D-sub 15 pin Other Jacks Serial port in (D-sub 9), Serial port out (D-sub 9), USB port, and Wired Remote Jack Power...

  • Page 5: Circuit Protections

    Circuit Protections This projector provides the following circuit protections to operate in safety. If the abnormality occurs inside the pro- jector, it will automatically turn off by operating one of the following protection circuits. Fuse Cover A fuse is located at bottom of the projector. When the POWER/LAMP indicators are not lightning, the fuse may be opened.

  • Page 6: Mechanical Sensor Switches (sw90, Sw1891)

    Circuit Protections Mechanical sensor switches (SW902, SW1891) This projector provides  mechanical sensor switches, the one is for filter cartridge switch (SW1891) and the other one is for lamp cover switch (SW90). The filter cartridge switch detects whether the filter cartridge is installed cor- rectly.

  • Page 7: Temperature Sensors, Wind Sensors

    Circuit Protections Temperature sensors, wind sensors The projector provides 3 temperature sensor ICs,  sensors on the Main board and 1 sensor on the Sensor board, and 1 wind sensor on the intake duct. The sensor ICs monitor surrounding temperature of the optical parts, and surrounding temperature of the intake duct, and the wind sensor monitors airflow passed through the air filter in the intake duct.

  • Page 8: Power Failure And Fan Lock Detection

    Circuit Protections Power failure and fan lock detection The projector provides the detection circuits of the power failure and the fan lock. When the detection circuit detects an error at the power supply line or at the fan operation circuit, the projector will turn into the standby mode to protect the other circuits defective.

  • Page 9: Maintenance

    Maintenance Filter Instructions Filter prevents dust from accumulating on the optical elements inside the projector. Should the filter becomes clogged with dust particles, it will reduce cooling fans’ effectiveness and may result in internal heat buildup and adversely affect the life of the projector. This projector has an electrically operated filter which helps you to replace the filter easily.

  • Page 10: Replacing The Filter Cartridge

    Maintenance Replacing the Filter Cartridge Turn off the projector, press the Main On/Off Switch to Off and unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet. First, clean up the dust on the projector and around the air vents. Filter cover Open the filter cover.

  • Page 11: Resetting The Filter Counter

    Meintenance Resetting the Filter Counter Filter counter Be sure to reset the Filter counter after replacing the filter cartridge. Press the MENU button to display the On-Screen Menu. Use the Point 7 8 buttons to move the red frame pointer to the Setting Menu icon.

  • Page 12: Lamp Management

    Maintenance Lamp Management This Projector is equipped with  Projection Lamps to ensure brighter image and those lamps are controlled by the Lamp Management Function. The Lamp Management Function detects the status of lamps and shows the status on screen or on the LAMP 1/ REPLACE indicators. This function also automatically controls the Lamp Mode when any of lamps is out for the end of life or malfunctions.

  • Page 13: Lamp Replacement

    Maintenance Lamp Replacement When the projection lamp of the projector reaches its end of life, the Lamp replacement icon appears on the screen and LAMP 1/ REPLACE indicator lights orange. Replace the lamp with a new one promptly. The timing when the LAMP 1/ REPLACE indicators should light is depending on the lamp mode.

  • Page 14: Checking The Projector Used Time And Lamp Used Time

    Maintenance Checking the projector used time and lamp used time The LAMP REPLACE indicator will light yellow when the total lamp used time (Corresponding value) reaches ,500 hours. This is to indicate that lamp replacement is required. The total lamp used time is calculated by using the below expression, Total lamp used time (Corresponding value) = eco + ( normal x 1.5)

  • Page 15: Optional Color Wheel Installation

    Maintenance Optional Color Wheel Installation The projector comes with the high brightness color wheels in- stalled. Additional rich color reproduction color wheels are sup- plied. To replace the color wheels, refer to the following steps. SCREW Turn off the projector, press the Main On/Off Switch to Off and unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet.

  • Page 16: Cleaning The Optical Parts

    Maintenance Cleaning the Optical Parts After long periods of use, dust and other particles will accumulate on the optical parts, DMD module, mirror, color wheel, lens etc., causing the picture to darken or color to blur. If this occurs, clean the inside of optical unit. Remove dust and other particles using air spray.

  • Page 17: Security Function Notice

    Security Function Notice This projector provides security functions such as "Key lock", "PIN code lock" and "Logo PIN code lock". When the projector has set these security function on, you are required to enter correct PIN code to use the projector. If you do not know the correct PIN code to the projector, the projector can no longer be operated or started.

  • Page 18: Lens Mounting And Removing

    Lens Mounting and Removing Installing or Removing the Optional Lens Remove the Lens hole cover Keep the lens hole cover in safe for later use. Use the lens hole cover to the projector during transportation. Fig-1 LENS HOLE COVER Mount the Lens Red mark 1.

  • Page 19

    Lens Mounting and Removing Focus Correction When the lens is attached to the projector and images are being projected onto the screen, the peripheral focus may be out of focus in some localized areas. If this happens, adjust the three focus adjustment screws on the lens mount to adjust the focus balance of the screen.

  • Page 20: Adjustment Procedure

    Lens Mounting and Removing Adjustment procedure Loosen the focus locking screws (Black) of the adjustment point. Turn the focus adjustment screws (Silver) to adjust the focus balance. When adjustment is complete, tighten the locking screws (Black). Three adjustment screws can work on the following focus balances respectively. Point A Adjust the focus balances of left and right side of the screen.

  • Page 21: Mechanical Disassembly

    Mechanical Disassembly Mechanical disassembly flow chart Mechanical disassembly should be made by following procedures chart. Screws Expression Following steps show the basic procedures, therefore unnecessary step may (Type ) mm Diameter x Length be ignored. T type M Type Caution: The parts and screws should be placed exactly the same position as the origi- nal otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety.

  • Page 22: Mechanical Disassembly

    Mechanical Disassembly Mechanical disassembly 1 Projection lens removal 1 Press and hold the lens release button and turn the projection lens anti-clockwise and then pull out the projection lens. * See item "Lens Mounting and Removing" for further information. Projection lens Lens release button 2 Cabinet top removal 1 Open  screw covers-A and remove  screws-B (M4x8).

  • Page 23: Main And Control Boards Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 3 Main and Control boards removal 1 Remove 6 screws-A (M3x6) on the Main board and  screws-B (M3x6) on the AV panel and then remove the Main board.  Remove  screws-C (T4x10) and pull up the Control board assy. (M3x6) Main board (M3x6)

  • Page 24

    Mechanical Disassembly 4 AV, Mother and LED light boards removal 1 Remove  screws-A (MTx10) and 1 screw-B (M4x6) and take the AV panel assy upward off. AV panel assy (M3x6) (M3x6) AV board (M3x6) (T3x8)x4 (T3x6)x (T3x8)x (T3x8)x LED Light board (M3x6) Mother board...

  • Page 25: Lamps And Color Wheels Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 5 Lamps and Color wheels removal 1 Loosen  screws-A on each lamp and pull out the lamps.  Loosen 3 screws-B on each color wheel unit and then take the color wheel unit off. 3 Remove  screws-C (M3x1) and take the fan (FN909) off. Lamp  Lamp 1 FN909...

  • Page 26: Optical Base Assy Disassembly

    Mechanical Disassembly 6-1 Optical base assy disassembly 1 Remove 3 screws-A (M3x6) and take the Optical base rod top off. Optical base rod top (M3x1)x (M3x1)x Color wheel socket Guide Color wheel socket Guide Optical base rod bottom top view (M3x6)x4 Prism (Rod)-L Prism (Rod)-S...

  • Page 27: Cabinet Front Assy Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 7 Cabinet front assy removal 1 Remove 4 screws-A (M4x8) and take the Cabinet front assy off. (M4x6)x3 LED board RC window (T3x8)x front (T3x8) (T3x8) R/C1 board (T3x8) Button base (T4x10) Lens release (T4x10) button Spring (T4x10) (M4x6)x4 (T4x10) (T4x10)

  • Page 28: Lens Holder And Optical Unit Assy Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 8 Lens holder and Optical unit assy removal 1 Remove 4 screws-A (T4x10) and 1 screw-B (T4x10) and take the Lens holder assy and Optical unit assy off.  Remove  screws-C (M4x8) and take the optical unit assy from the Lens holder assy.

  • Page 29: Shutter Assy Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 8-1 Shutter assy removal 1 Remove 5 screws-A (M3x6) and take the Optical unit top cover off.  Pull out the optical cover side. 3 Remove  screws-B (M3x6) and take the Shutter assy off. Optical unit top cover Optical unit Optical cover side Shutter assy...

  • Page 30: Dynamic Black Unit Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 8-3 Dynamic black unit removal 1 Remove  screws-A (M3x1) and take the Dynamic black unit off. Optical unit Dynamic black unit 8-4 Optical unit disassembly-1 1 Remove 4 screws-A (M3x6) and take the Optical cover bottom off.  Remove  screws-B (M.5x5) and take the Mirror assy off.

  • Page 31

    Mechanical Disassembly 8-5 Optical unit disassembly-2 1 Remove 4 screws-A (M3x6) and take the Optical base top off.  Remove 1 screw-B(M3x8) and take the Optical lens holder off. Optical base top Center Relay lens() Relay lens(1) position (M3x6)x (M3x6)x Optical lens holder Relay lens(3)

  • Page 32: Optical Lamp Cover Assy Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 9 Optical lamp cover assy removal 1 Remove 1 screw-A (T4x10) and 4 screws-B (T3x8). Remove  screws-C(T3x8) on each ballast cable socket and then take the Optical lamp cover assy off. Ballast cable socket Optical lamp cover assy (T3x1)x (Tx6)x Label side...

  • Page 33: Ballast Assy And Filter Duct Assy Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly Wiring on optical lamp cover (Bottom side) Optical lamp cover shield SW904 SW903 Optical lamp ID I/F  board duct A ID I/F 1 board Optical lamp duct B (T3x8) 10 Ballast assy and Filter duct assy removal 1 Remove 3 screws-A (T4x10) and take the ballast assy off.

  • Page 34: Ballast Assy Disassembly

    Mechanical Disassembly 10-1 Ballast assy disassembly (T3x5)x4 (T3x6)x Ballast board Fan guard FN907 (M3x6) Label side (Bottom) (T3x6)x4 Spacer Ballast board (T3x6)x (T3x6)x4 Ballast1 board Spacer Spacer Spacer location on the (M3x6) ballast board 10-2 Filter duct assy disassembly (T3x8) (T3x8) (T3x8) (T3x8)

  • Page 35

    Mechanical Disassembly 11 R/C2 board and AC box assy removal 1 Remove 1 screw-A (T3x8) and take the R/C board off.  Remove 1 screw-B (T4x8) and  screws-C (M4x6) take the AC bracket and AC shield off. 3 Remove 3 screws-D (T4x8) and take the AC box assy off. R/C board AC shield AC bracket...

  • Page 36: Lamp Duct Box Assy Removal

    Mechanical Disassembly 12 Lamp duct box assy removal 1 Remove 4 screws-A (T4x10) and take the lamp duct box assy off. Label side (T4x35)x4 FN901 (T4x35)x4 Lamp duct box assy Label side FN90 FN905 (T4x35)x3 13 Power(AC) and PFC board removal 1 Remove 6 screws-A (M4x8) and take the Cabinet bottom cover off.

  • Page 37: Adjustments

    Adjustments Adjustments after Parts Replacement ● : Adjustment necessary ❍ : Check necessary disassembly / replaced Parts Power Fans / Mirror / Light tunnel Main board (dc) board Sensor (S901) Mirror adjustment ● Fan driving voltage adjustment ● ● ● Auto-calibration (PC) adjustment * ●...

  • Page 38: Service Adjustment Menu Operation

    Adjustments Service Adjustment Menu Operation to enter the service mode MeNu SeLect button To enter the “Service Mode”, press and hold the for more than 3 seconds. The service menu appears on the screen as follows. to adjust service data MeNu button SeLect button Select the adjustment group no.

  • Page 39: Optical Adjustments

    Optical Adjustments WArNING : uSe uV rAdIAtIoN eYe ANd SKIN ProtectIoN durING SerVIcING. cAutIoN: to prevent suffer of uV radiation, those adjustments must be completed within 25 minutes. Before Adjustment Put on the projector in the darkest room. Each adjustment Screws requires hex wrenches and slot screwdrivers.

  • Page 40: Mirror Adjustment

    Optical Adjustment Mirror adjustment Loosen 4 screws- on the mirror unit. Enter the service mode. Select Group "152", No. "0" and set data value to "3". The magenta color will appear on the edges of the screen. Exit service mode. White Select the internal test pattern signal "All black"...

  • Page 41: Electrical Adjustment

    Electrical Adjustment Circuit Adjustments CAUTION: The each circuit has been made by the fine adjustment at factory. Do not attempt to adjust the following adjustments except requiring the readjustments in servicing otherwise it may cause loss of performance and product safety. Before taking these adjustments, turn the projector for more than 10 minutes to sta- bilize the operation.

  • Page 42

    Electrical Adjustment Fan driving voltage adjustment c Auto calibration (Slot) Equipment Digital voltmeter Input mode Computer mode (Input 3) Lamp mode  Lamps Input signal 16-step gray scale computer signal Lamp control Eco1 Slot board Analog RGB input board equipped 1.

  • Page 43

    Electrical Adjustment PC, Video, Component Manual adjustment When the PC, Video or Component Auto Calibration [3] Manual adjustment (component) fails, take the following manual adjustment instead of Input mode Video mode (Input  -Component) auto calibration. Input signal 100% color bar signal (480i) [1] Manual adjustment (Pc) 1.

  • Page 44

    Electrical Adjustment n Wind Sensor calibration 1. Enter the service mode. . Select group no. “240” and item no. “2”. Confirm the Data value is “1”. 0: Wind sensor function Disable 1: Wind sensor function Enable 3. Select group no. “240” and item no. “0”. 4.

  • Page 45: Test Points And Locations

    Electrical Adjustment Test Points and Locations K66S -45-...

  • Page 46: Service Adjustment Data Table

    Electrical Adjustment Service Adjustment Data Table These initial values are the reference data written from the CPU ROM to memory IC when replaced new memory IC. The adjustment items indicated with “✻” are required to readjust fol- lowing to the “Electrical adjustments”. Other items should be used with the initial data value.

  • Page 47

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Noise Region 1 <NSREGIONY1> / <NSREGIONUV1> 0 - 1023 Noise Region 2 <NSREGIONY2> / <NSREGIONUV2> 0 - 1023 Noise Gain Level <NSFILTERY**> / <NSFILTERUV**> 0 - 255 2:2pull down setting 22Film Mode Sensitivity Film Detection Sensitivity <FILMSTVT22>...

  • Page 48

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note FPGA_NIOS Demo On/Off Demo Mode On/Off (1:ON,0:Off) 0 - 1 Demo Mode Demo Mode Swith (0:Demo0,1:Demo1...) 0 - 7 Area Big Chg 0 - 4095 Area Small Chg 0 - 4095 Area Chg Sens 0 - 4095 UV_DLT...

  • Page 49

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note PC-Dot Clock Rate Slot - Digital Dot Clock Rate for PC 900 - 1100 1002 AV-Dot Clock Rate Slot - Digital Dot Clock Rate for AV 900 - 1100 1002 FPGA_MOTHER (Slot,Card) SIG_DLY_AJY (EXT.

  • Page 50

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note CCA Disable 0:Enable,1:Disable 0 - 1 Color Matching - Measured Data Measured Red - X 0 - 1000 Measured Red - Y 0 - 1000 Measured Red - Luma 0 - 32767 Measured Green - X 0 - 1000 Measured Green - Y...

  • Page 51

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Option (Signal) Not Used FrameLock Option Frame Lock Setting 1: Normal(PC) 0: OFF 0 - 1 Dither Enable 0: Disable 1: Enable 0 - 1 VSBEG 0 - 15 Field Sense Invert Enable 0: Disable 1: Enable 0 - 1 Simulation mode...

  • Page 52

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Log of Calibration Error (Read only) 255: Not Calibration 0: No Error 10: 1st Calibration Not Stable Airflow Flow Calibration Error Log 11: 1st Calibration Out of Range 20: 2nd Not Stable Airflow 21: 2nd Out of Range 100: 10th Calibration Not Stable Airflow 101: 10th Calibration Out of Range...

  • Page 53

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Filter 1st Cartridge Scroll Time 3 0 - 32767 9999 Filter 1st Cartridge Scroll Time 4 0 - 32767 9999 Filter 1st Cartridge Scroll Time 5 0 - 32767 9999 Filter 1st Cartridge Scroll Time 6 0 - 32767 9999...

  • Page 54

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Fan H Min Adjust (DAC) 0-255 Fan H Max Adjust (DAC) 0-255 Fan Option Safety Switch Safety Application use Fan Manual Switch Fan Manual SW (0: Auto 1: Manual) Fan A Manual Voltage 0-255 Fan B/C Manual Voltage 0-255...

  • Page 55

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Eco1 Fan A Min 0000-9990 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 Eco1 Fan A Max 0000-9990 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 Eco1 Fan B/C Min 0000-9990 40 60 70 70 70 70 70 60 Eco1 Fan B/C Max...

  • Page 56

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note GAIN AREA V START White Level Acq. Area V Start 0 - 1000 Image AREA H WIDTH Black/White Level Area Width 0 - 4095 Image AREA V HEIGHT Black/White Level Area Height 0 - 4095 OFFSET Target Black Level Adj target...

  • Page 57

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 58

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095...

  • Page 59

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note RGB Video (720P-60) [ON-Board (DVI-Dsub-HDMI)] Total Dots 0 - 4095 1650 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1280 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 Clamp Position 0 - 4095...

  • Page 60

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080i-50) [ON-Board (DVI-Dsub-HDMI)] Total Dots...

  • Page 61

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG...

  • Page 62

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15...

  • Page 63

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080-25psf) [ON-Board (DVI-Dsub-HDMI)] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640...

  • Page 64

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable...

  • Page 65

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND...

  • Page 66

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 YCbCr (720P-60) [ON-Board (5BNC-Video)] Total Dots 0 - 4095 1650 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1250 H Back Porch 0 - 4095...

  • Page 67

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG...

  • Page 68

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch...

  • Page 69

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 YCbCr (1080P-25) [ON-Board (5BNC-Video)] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1872 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095...

  • Page 70

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 71

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095...

  • Page 72

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note RGB Video (1080i-60) [ON-Board (5BNC-Video)] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2200 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position...

  • Page 73

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080P-60) [ON-Board (5BNC-Video)] Total Dots...

  • Page 74

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG...

  • Page 75

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15...

  • Page 76

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 Digital (480i) [ON-Board /Slot Common] OverScan Over Scan Rate (0 - 25.5% : 0.1% Step) 0 - 255...

  • Page 77

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Digital (1080-24psf) [ON-Board /Slot Common] OverScan Over Scan Rate (0 - 25.5% : 0.1% Step) 0 - 255 VSBEG 0 - 15 SCART (480i) [DVI-Dsub Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 H Back Porch...

  • Page 78

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG...

  • Page 79

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch...

  • Page 80

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080i-60) [DVI-Dsub Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2200 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095...

  • Page 81

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 82

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095...

  • Page 83

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note RGB Video (1080-30psf) [DVI-Dsub Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2200 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position...

  • Page 84

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080-24psf) [DVI-Dsub Card] Total Dots...

  • Page 85

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG...

  • Page 86

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Disp Dots 0 - 4095 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable...

  • Page 87

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 YCbCr (720P-50) [5BNC - Video Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 1980...

  • Page 88

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable...

  • Page 89

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1052 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND...

  • Page 90

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 YCbCr (1080P-24) [5BNC - Video Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2750 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1872 H Back Porch 0 - 4095...

  • Page 91

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG...

  • Page 92

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch...

  • Page 93

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080i-50) [5BNC - Video Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line...

  • Page 94

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 95

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095...

  • Page 96

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width...

  • Page 97

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 SCART (575i) [DVI - HDCP Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 Disp Dots...

  • Page 98

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15...

  • Page 99

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG...

  • Page 100

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080i-50) [DVI - HDCP Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640 Disp Dots...

  • Page 101

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG...

  • Page 102

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 103

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080-25psf) [DVI - HDCP Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095...

  • Page 104

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND...

  • Page 105

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095...

  • Page 106

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note YCbCr (1080i-60) [5BNC Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2200 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1872 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1050 Clamp Position...

  • Page 107

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 108

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width...

  • Page 109

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Total Dots 0 - 4095 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG...

  • Page 110

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (575P) [5BNC Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 Disp Dots...

  • Page 111

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15...

  • Page 112

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1034 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG...

  • Page 113

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (1080P-30) [5BNC Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2200 Disp Dots 0 - 4095...

  • Page 114

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG...

  • Page 115

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position 0 - 4095 Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 116

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63 RGB Video (480P) [D-Sub15 Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line...

  • Page 117

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND...

  • Page 118

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Clamp Width 0 - 4095 VSBEG 0 - 15 Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095...

  • Page 119

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note RGB Video (1080P-50) [D-Sub15 Card] Total Dots 0 - 4095 2640 Disp Dots 0 - 4095 1920 H Back Porch 0 - 4095 V Back Porch 0 - 4095 Disp Line 0 - 4095 1080 Clamp Position...

  • Page 120

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width 0 - 4095 (Sub) VSBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) Filed Enable 0 - 1 (Sub) FLDBEG 0 - 15 (Sub) FLDEND 0 - 15 (Sub) PHASE 0 - 63...

  • Page 121

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Filed Enable 0 - 1 FLDBEG 0 - 15 FLDEND 0 - 15 PHASE 0 - 63 (Sub) H Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) V Back Porch 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Position 0 - 4095 (Sub) Clamp Width...

  • Page 122

    Electrical Adjustment Grp / No. Item Function Range Initial Note Dual-SDI Read Register 5000 *Effective only for Equipped Optional Board [Read Only] Specified Monitor Signal 00 : 720p/60 10 : 1080p/60 1080psf/30 11 : 1080p/30 12 : 1080i/50 1080psf/25 13 : 1080p/25 VD STD 16 : 1080p/24 17 : 1080psf/24...

  • Page 123: Chassis Description

    Chassis Description Chassis over view -13-...

  • Page 124: Boards Connection

    Chassis Description Boards Connection K19A K28B K88E K28A SLOT2 SLOT1 AC INPUT K40B K40A K40C K40E CW UNIT CW UNIT K66N K66B K66Q K66P K66R -14-...

  • Page 125: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting No Picture -15-...

  • Page 126

    Troubleshooting K40C K40E K40A K10L -16-...

  • Page 127: No Power

    Troubleshooting No Power Are the LAMP indicator (red) and POWER indicator (green) light? If the LAMP and POWER indicators are not light, check the primary Is the lamp cover attached correctly? circuit and SS6V of standby power supply circuit. When the lamp cover is removed Check that POWER FAIL sig- or not attached correctly, the nals are correct.

  • Page 128

    Troubleshooting Power (AC) D681 NOISE FILTER F901 SW901 IC631 T651 FUSE MAINS SWITCH POWER CONVERTER CONTROL TRANSFORMER D683 PFC1-2 PC671 IC601 Q681 SWITCHING PFC_ON PC661 Power-On:H D682 IC632 T652 POWER CONVERTER CONTROL TRANSFORMER PC672 Q682 ST_SW POWER(AC) Power-On:L Check that PFC_ON, ST_SW signals are correct. Power-ON: PFC_ON: H, ST_SW:L Standby: PFC_ON: L, ST_SW: L Power (PFC)

  • Page 129

    Troubleshooting Power (DC) MAIN POWER(DC) Q2601 6V_SW SS6V S6V1 Power-On Stand-by Q2600 PFC_ON ST_SW S6V2 DC_ON Q2602 S6VPW PFC_ON PFC12V S6VKS ST_SW S6VNIOS S-5V Q2603 Q2604 Q2614 S9.6V Q2605 IC2604 S6VFPGA K66B PFC_ON IC2600 15V_LNS Q2615 K66A DC_ON K66E Q2617 FN908 COOLING FAN5_ERR...

  • Page 130

    Troubleshooting ● Flow chart of projector condition (with AC power supply and Mains SW : ON) (90 sec.) AC OFF STAND-BY COOLING (Lamp : OFF) (Lamp error) <RECOVER> (ON/OFF button) (ON/OFF button - Power Failure or SERIAL) <ACCIDENT> - Fan Error - Filter Error - Shutter Error WARNING...

  • Page 131: Power Supply Lines

    Troubleshooting Power supply lines PFAIL_POWER K40B D5601 Q5201 Q5202 PFAIL_DVI K40C S5V_PW S5V_PW S6V1 IC5601 S3.3VSI IC8081 S1.2VSI ON_1.8V D5611 S6V2 IC5611 Q8091 S5VSI Q8092 K40E ON_1.8V D276 Q5298 Q5299 PFAIL_AD IC271 S3.3V_AD IC281 1.8VD_A/D D296 IC291 1.8VD_A/D D5616 K40D PFAIL_LENS DYNAMIC BLACK D5546...

  • Page 132: Fan Control System

    Troubleshooting Fan Control System POWER(DC) K66E FN908 Q2617 COOLING FAN5_ERR FAN5 K66D Q2609 FN905 COOLING FAN1_ERR FAN1 K66F FN906 Q2610 LAMP FAN2_ERR COOLING FAN2 K66M FN904 LAMP IC2601 COOLING FA7729 K66G FN907 Q2611 BALLAST CONTROL COOLING FAN3_ERR FAN3 K66T FN909 OPTICAL COOLING K66H...

  • Page 133: Temperature Abnormality

    Troubleshooting Temperature Abnormality temperature monitor operation intake air (IC8811). If each part temperature reach- The temperature monitor system is provided to prevents es abnormal temperature, the CPU will turn off the damage of optical components inside a projector from projector, and will blink WARNING TEMP. indicator overheat.

  • Page 134: Power Lens And Shutter System And Abnormality

    Troubleshooting Power Lens and Shutter System and Abnormality Check the focus and zoom drive signals referring to the logic table below. IC5521 FOCUS FOCUS+ IC5501 FOCUS DRIVE <BA6287> FOCUS- ZOOM ZOOM+ IC5511 Check the lens shift drive ZOOM signals referring to the logic DRIVE <BA6287>...

  • Page 135: Lamp Abnormality

    Troubleshooting Lamp Abnormality ■ The Lamp Driving Circuit Check that the lamp power Check that the lamp on/ drive signals (PFC_ON1, off signals (LAMP1_ON, PFC_ON2) are correct. LAMP2_ON) are correct. Power-On: H Lamp-On: H LAMP1 LP901 PFC12V BALLAST1 LAMP ID PF_POWER K66B K66N...

  • Page 136: Power Failure Detection System

    Troubleshooting Power failure detection system detection of Power failure Projector provides a protection circuit to prevent the secondary failure when the power failure, fans failure or tempera- ture failure occurs on the projector. The power failure detection lines "PFAIL_S5V, "FAN_ERR1", etc. are connected to the power supply lines and fans.

  • Page 137

    Troubleshooting Power failure detection tree DETECTION ERROR LINES INFORMATION K66L FAN1, ERROR FAN_ERR1 FAN_ERR1 FAN_ERR2 FAN2, ERROR FAN_ERR2 FAN_ERR3 FAN_ERR3 FAN3, ERROR FAN_ERR4 FAN_ERR4 FAN4, ERROR FAN5, ERROR FAN_ERR5 FAN_ERR5 PFAIL_POWER PFAIL_POWER SAFETY-SW, 12V D5601 K66A Q5201 Q5202 PFAIL_DVI PFAIL_DVI HDMI, 3.3/1.2V S6V1 IC5601...

  • Page 138: Error History Log

    Troubleshooting Error History Log This projector provides the error history log function. To Item Data Group (Error Code) check the logs, you need to enter the service mode and <- Latest Error select Group No. "0" and Item No. "0" to "49". The error ✻...

  • Page 139: Diagnosis Of Power Failure With Rs-3c Port

    Troubleshooting Diagnosis of Power Failure with RS-232C port This projector provides a function to get the error information of the projector by using the RS-3C serial port for the power failure diagnosis. The further error information of the power failure and fan failure can be found out by using this function. Diagnosis procedure Connect a RS-3C serial cross cable to SERIAL PORT IN on the projector and serial port on the PC.

  • Page 140: Indicators And Projector Condition

    Troubleshooting Indicators and Projector Condition Check the indicators for the projector condition. The projector is operating normally. Indicators Projector Condition WARNING WARNING LAMP 1/ POWER LAMP SHUTTER TEMP. FILTER REP. green blue orange orange J J J J J J The projector is off. (The main On/Off switch is OFF position or the AC power cord is unplugged.) The projector is in stand-by mode.

  • Page 141

    Troubleshooting The projector is detecting abnormal condition. Indicators Projector Condition WARNING WARNING LAMP 1/ POWER LAMP SHUTTER TEMP. FILTER REP. green blue orange orange The temperature inside the projector is elevated ✽ ✽ ✽ close to the abnormally high level. The temperature inside the projector is abnormally high.

  • Page 142

    Troubleshooting The projector is detecting abnormal condition. Indicators Projector Condition WARNING WARNING LAMP 1/ POWER LAMP SHUTTER TEMP. FILTER REP. green blue orange orange If the Filter counter reached a time set in the timer ✽ ✽ ✽ setting, a Filter replacement icon (Fig.) appears on the screen and the WARNING FILTER indicator on the top panel lights up.

  • Page 143: Serial Control

    Serial Control Serial Control Interface This projector provides a function to control and monitor the projector's operations by using the RS-3C serial port. Operation Connect a RS-3C serial cross cable to SERIAL Baud rate : 9600 / 19200 bps PORT IN on the projector and serial port on the PC. Parity check : none Stop bit...

  • Page 144: Status Read Command

    Serial Control Status Read Command Format The command is sent from PC to the projector with the format below; 'CR' [Command] 'CR' Command: one character (refer to the command table below. The projector decodes the command and returns the 'Character string' with the format below; Projector command Function...

  • Page 145: Control Port Functions

    Control Port Functions Pin No. Pin Name FunctionName Function Operation PORTA0 Not used PORTA1 Not used PORTA2 PW_SDA3 IIC Control PORTA3 PW_SCL3 IIC Control PORTA4 PW_SCL4 IIC Control PORTA5 PW_SDA4 IIC Control PORTA6 PW_SCL5 IIC Control PORTA7 PW_SDA5 IIC Control PORTB0 DDP_RESET DDP Reset...

  • Page 146

    Control Port Functions Pin No. Pin Name FunctionName Function Operation POWER_LED LED Control active:H FILTER_LED LED Control active:H TEMP_LED LED Control active:H READY_LED LED Control active:H SHUTTER_LED LED Control active:H LAMP_REP1_LED LED Control active:H LAMP_REP2_LED LED Control active:H LIGHT_ALL_LED LED Control active:H SCLK_FRT FPGA Comfigration...

  • Page 147

    Control Port Functions Pin No. Pin Name FunctionName Function Operation W_R/C_SW Wired RC Detection H: Normal, L: Error S_SW Not used IN0_VDET Not used CS_CTL DVI Equalizer active:H SIRST HDMI Reset active:L IC5201 R2HPDOUT_FPGA Not used R1HPDOUT_FPGA Not used FP_EXP_CON Long Cable active:H PC1/PC2_SW...

  • Page 148: Ic Block Diagrams

    IC Block Diagrams ● AD8185ARUZ <Slot RGB-SW, IC9031> ● THS7347IPHPR <Analog SW, IC1201> -148-...

  • Page 149

    IC Block Diagrams ● ISL51002CQZ <A/D, IC201> ● CXA2239AR <Componemt SW, IC2201> -149-...

  • Page 150

    IC Block Diagrams ● BA7078AF <Sync-Sep., IC5321> ● M62393FP <DAC, IC7801> -150-...

  • Page 151

    IC Block Diagrams ● EDD2516AETA <RAM, IC1311,IC1331> ● TE7783APF <I/O Expander, IC1801> -151-...

  • Page 152

    IC Block Diagrams ● PW392 <Scaler, IC301> ● K4S641632K <SDRAM, IC3401> -15-...

  • Page 153

    IC Block Diagrams ● NJM2671 <Motor Drive, IC5581> ● PW610 <Keystone, IC2301> -153-...

  • Page 154

    IC Block Diagrams ● THC63LVD1023B <LVDS Transmitter, IC7201> ● THC63LVD1024 <LVDS Receiver, IC7601> -154-...

  • Page 155

    IC Block Diagrams ● 2506502 <DLP Data Processor, IC401,IC1401> ● 2506224 <Power&Motor Drive, IC2501,IC2551> -155-...

  • Page 156

    IC Block Diagrams ● MT49H8M36BM <RL DRAM, IC501> ● 2503253 <DMD Driver, IC3501> -156-...

  • Page 157: Parts Location Diagrams

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts Location Diagrams Cabinet front and top assembly A2811 R/C1 BOARD A2801 LED BOARD Cabinet bottom assembly A2821 R/C2 BOARD * Accessory A902 POWER(AC) UNIT PFC1-2 POWER UNIT -157-...

  • Page 158

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts Location Diagrams A/V panel assembly AA801 MAIN BOARD A9001 A1901 MOTHER BOARD LED LIGHT BOARD AA8201 A3801 NETWORK BOARD AV BOARD * Accessory A6801 CONTROL BOARD * Accessory A901 Filter and duct assembly POWER(DC) UNIT A8801 TEMP SENSRO BOARD SW902 S901 FN908...

  • Page 159

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts Location Diagrams Optical and formatter assembly Formatter and DMD assembly >AL< K4501 Adhesive side MI4501 AA401 FORMATTER BOARD * Key No. M11 must be replaced with new one when MI4501 (DMD module) or M10 (Heatsink Pipe) is removed. -159-...

  • Page 160

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts Location Diagrams Lamp and optical parts assembly LP902 LP901 CW002 CW001 FN909 A8761 ID I/F2 BOARD FN906 A8731 ID I/F1 BOARD FN901 FN902 FN904 SW904 SW903 FN905 Lamp ballast box assembly FN907 BALAST2 BALLAST UNIT BALAST1 BALLAST UNIT -160-...

  • Page 161

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts Location Diagrams M02-1 Lens shift assembly M02-3 M02-1 M02-2 AC box assembly F901 F901A K901 LF901 SW901 -161-...

  • Page 162

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts Location Diagrams ● Accessories (see accessories parts list) REMOTE CONTROL MANUALs CD-ROMs VGA CABLE AC CORD AC CORD HOLDER COLOR WHEELS COMPLE, ACC COVER SUPPORT COMPLE, ACC COVER CODE Clamp Core Straps -16-...

  • Page 163: Mechanical Parts List

    SPACER AC SHEET US-KH5AL 645 099 7266 POLY BAG-1100X0850*NC*R8P 610 346 2325 SPACER COVER BTM-KH5AL 610 345 7918 COMPL,HOLDER AC CODE-KH5AL 610 344 3942 BADGE SANYO-KH5AL ACCESSORIES CHASSIS PARTS 610 334 3747 ASSY,BOX FILTER-KC3A AC CORD HOLDER 610 342 6785...

  • Page 164

    KJ5-DET100L00 Mechanical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description SCREWS 312 069 6702 SPECIAL SCREW(BLACK) 411 190 4301 SCR BIN 4X8 411 189 9706 SCR PAN+FLG 3X8 312 069 3909 SPECIAL SCREW V 411 189 6507 BOLT HEX-SCT+SW+W 2.5X5 OPTICAL PARTS DIRECTORY 645 099 3398...

  • Page 165: Electrical Parts List

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Product safety should be considered when a component replacement is made in any area of a projector. Components indicated by a mark in this parts list and the circuit diagram show components whose value have special significance to product safety.

  • Page 166

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description W7C4 610 342 6525 CABLE,BALLAST KH5AL Z10L&40A 610 343 8474 51P LVDS CORD ASSEMBLED BOARDS Z40C&CW 610 343 8498 CORD 12P CW DR12-2S-12 Z40E&CW 610 343 8481 CORD 12P CW DR12-2S-13 AA8201 910 324 8098 ASSY,PWB,NETWORK IDRM...

  • Page 167

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R9601 301 162 2219 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/10W R9602 301 162 2219 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/10W A1801 610 343 5480 ASSY,PWB,HALL SENSOR KH5AL R9603 301 162 2219 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/10W R9604...

  • Page 168

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C9537 303 398 2117 ELECT 330U M 6.3V C9018 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K C9019 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K 403 468 6318 ELECT 330U M 6.3V C9021...

  • Page 169

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R9162 301 150 5918 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W R9063 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R9064 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W R9163 301 150 6212 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/10W R9066...

  • Page 170

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R9571 301 150 6014 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/10W D9501 307 163 0414 DIODE 1SS352-(TPH3) R9572 301 264 6511 MT-GLAZE 2.2K FA 1/10W D9511 307 163 0414 DIODE 1SS352-(TPH3) R9573 301 150 6014...

  • Page 171

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description 305 015 8727 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB C2981 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K 305 015 8925 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB C2986 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K 305 163 1615 TR 2SC2812N-L6-TB0 C2991 303 298 9612...

  • Page 172

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R6821 301 265 1812 MT-GLAZE 47K FA 1/10W R6822 301 264 4814 MT-GLAZE 18K FA 1/10W A2801 610 342 3425 ASSY,PWB,LED KH5AL R6823 301 265 5711 MT-GLAZE 8.2K FA 1/10W R6824...

  • Page 173

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C2904 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K R2827 301 162 2219 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/10W C2906 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K MISCELLANEOUS C2907 303 298 9612 CERAMIC 0.1U K A2821...

  • Page 174

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C1423 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K D1921 407 266 2817 LED LWE6SCU2AA5K8L1 D1922 307 254 2815 ZENER DIODE 02DZ5.6Y(TPH3 C1424 303 276 1317 CERAMIC 1000P K D1931 407 266 2817 LED LWE6SCU2AA5K8L1...

  • Page 175

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C2539 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K 303 368 7319 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C1493 303 358 3215 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C2543 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K 303 368 7319...

  • Page 176

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C3507 303 294 6110 CERAMIC 100P J C2738 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C2739 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C3508 303 376 3112 ELECT 100U M C2740 303 276 1317...

  • Page 177

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C426 303 276 1317 CERAMIC 1000P K C3755 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C3756 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C427 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C428 303 276 1317...

  • Page 178

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C511 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C4565 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C4566 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C512 303 276 1317 CERAMIC 1000P K C4567 303 396 9514...

  • Page 179

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C588 303 276 1317 CERAMIC 1000P K R1427 301 224 9712 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W C589 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K R1436 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C591...

  • Page 180

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R522 301 294 2712 MT-GLAZE 150 FA 1/16W R2589 301 100 5111 MT-GLAZE 1 JA 1/8W R3501 301 150 5918 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/10W R523 301 294 2712 MT-GLAZE 150 FA 1/16W R3502...

  • Page 181

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description RB7611 645 049 0668 R-NETWORK 10X4 1/32W R7672 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R7673 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W 945 049 0683 R-NETWORK 10X4 1/16W R7674 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE...

  • Page 182

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description L7607 945 070 3660 INDUCTOR,90 OHM 305 173 9816 TR 2SC3928A1R L7608 945 070 3660 INDUCTOR,90 OHM 305 173 9915 TR 2SC3928A1S L7609 945 070 3660 INDUCTOR,90 OHM Q1083 305 014 4512...

  • Page 183

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description 305 147 2218 TR 2SA1037AK-S-T146 305 014 4611 TR 2SC2412K T146 S 305 015 8727 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB 305 173 9618 TR 2SA1235A1E 305 015 8925 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB 305 173 9717 TR 2SA1235A1F 305 163 1615...

  • Page 184

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description Q5313 305 014 4512 TR 2SC2412K T146 R 305 014 4611 TR 2SC2412K T146 S 305 015 8727 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB 305 014 4611 TR 2SC2412K T146 S 305 015 8925 TR 2SC2812-L7-TB 305 015 8727...

  • Page 185

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description Q5511 305 014 4512 TR 2SC2412K T146 R IC1876 309 439 8919 IC TC7WH125FU 305 014 4611 TR 2SC2412K T146 S IC2121 309 461 7822 IC PQ20WZ11 305 015 8727 TR 2SC2812-L6-TB IC2171...

  • Page 186

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description IC7211 309 439 8919 IC TC7WH125FU C1253 303 358 3215 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V 303 368 7319 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V IC7251 410 643 5100 IC PQ070XNB1ZPH C1254 303 409 3426 CERAMIC...

  • Page 187

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C2203 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C1819 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C1821 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C2204 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C1822 303 409 3426...

  • Page 188

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C2361 303 358 3215 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V C228 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C2281 303 439 8412 CERAMIC 2.2U M 6.3V 303 368 7319 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V...

  • Page 189

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C3428 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C2846 303 155 2114 CERAMIC 1500P K C2847 303 155 2114 CERAMIC 1500P K C3429 303 450 7012 CERAMIC 47U K C2848 303 155 2114...

  • Page 190

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description 303 433 1112 CERAMIC 1U K C376 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C377 403 455 1012 CERAMIC 1U K C4454 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K 303 433 1112 CERAMIC 1U K...

  • Page 191

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C5223 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C4817 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K C4821 403 455 1012 CERAMIC 1U K C5224 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K 303 433 1112 CERAMIC...

  • Page 192

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C5648 303 374 8416 OS-SOLID 39U M 303 397 7618 CERAMIC 1U K C5502 303 396 9613 CERAMIC 1U K C5651 303 401 4312 ELECT 47U M 303 397 7618 CERAMIC 1U K...

  • Page 193

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description 303 368 7319 CERAMIC 10U K 6.3V 303 397 7618 CERAMIC 1U K C6512 303 396 9613 CERAMIC 1U K C8012 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K 303 397 7618 CERAMIC 1U K...

  • Page 194

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description C9313 303 409 3426 CERAMIC 0.1U K R1074 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W C9314 303 424 7017 CERAMIC 0.047U K R1076 301 224 8814 MT-GLAZE 100 JA 1/16W C9316...

  • Page 195

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R1826 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1323 301 225 0213 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R1327 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R1827 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R1329...

  • Page 196

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R2263 301 225 0817 MT-GLAZE 68K JA 1/16W R2081 301 225 1418 MT-GLAZE 47K JA 1/16W R2082 301 225 0718 MT-GLAZE 56K JA 1/16W R2266 301 338 0919 MT-GLAZE 75 DA 1/16W R2083...

  • Page 197

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R329 301 225 1814 MT-GLAZE 47 JA 1/16W R2804 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R2808 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R331 301 224 9712 MT-GLAZE 22 JA 1/16W R2809...

  • Page 198

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R4413 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3471 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R3472 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R4414 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R3473...

  • Page 199

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R4782 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R4489 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R4491 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R4783 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R4492...

  • Page 200

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R5273 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5205 301 224 9316 MT-GLAZE 1K JA 1/16W R5206 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5274 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5207...

  • Page 201

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R5622 301 224 9019 MT-GLAZE 10K JA 1/16W R5501 301 190 1710 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA R5502 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R5623 301 224 9910 MT-GLAZE 22K JA 1/16W R5503...

  • Page 202

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description R7208 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R6266 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R6267 301 225 8110 MT-GLAZE 10 JA 1/16W R7211 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W R6268...

  • Page 203

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description 945 037 0831 R-NETWORK 47X4 1/16W R8058 301 225 0213 MT-GLAZE 3.3K JA 1/16W R8061 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE 0.000 ZA 1/16W RB202 945 036 0986 R-NETWORK 47X4 1/32W R8062 301 226 1516 MT-GLAZE...

  • Page 204

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description 945 037 0824 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/16W RB322 945 037 3108 R-NETWORK 10X4 0.063W 945 028 5982 R-NETWORK 10X4 1/16W RB4439 945 034 5051 R-NETWORK 22X4 1/32W RB323 945 037 0671 R-NETWORK 47X4 0.063W...

  • Page 205

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description RB7201 945 029 5790 R-NETWORK 1KX4 1/32W L2828 945 086 6037 IMPEDANCE,330 OHM P 945 028 0703 R-NETWORK 1KX4 1/16W L2829 945 086 6037 IMPEDANCE,330 OHM P RB7202 945 029 5790 R-NETWORK 1KX4 1/32W...

  • Page 206

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description L7819 945 086 6037 IMPEDANCE,330 OHM P L5641 945 030 9855 INDUCTOR,600 OHM L5642 945 030 9855 INDUCTOR,600 OHM L7821 945 086 6037 IMPEDANCE,330 OHM P L5643 945 030 9855 INDUCTOR,600 OHM...

  • Page 207

    KJ5-DET100L00 Electrical Parts List Key No. Part No. description Key No. Part No. description MISCELLANEOUS IC4781 307 236 0310 SENSOR MPXHZ6115A6T1 K10A 945 077 1058 SOCKET,IF(HDMI) 19P K10B 945 078 7899 SOCKET,DVI 24P K10C 952 001 8601 SOCKET,D-SUB 15P K10L 645 094 0859 SOCKET,LVDS 51P K20A 645 098 7748...

  • Page 208

    SANYo electric co., Ltd. (KJ5AL) Jun./ 009 DC 00 Printed in Japan...

  • Page 209: Diagrams & Drawings

    PDG-DET100L KJ5-DET100L00 these schematic diagrams and printed wiring board drawings are part of the service manual original for chassis No. KJ5-det100L00 model PdG-det100L. File with the service manual No. SM5111084-00 Note: All the information of part numbers and values indicated on these diagrams are at the beginning of production.

  • Page 210: Parts Description And Reading In Schematic Diagram

    KJ5-DET100L00 Parts description and reading in schematic diagram 1. The parts specification of resistors, capacitors and resistor reading coils are expressed in designated code. Please check Example 1/ D J 10K B the parts description by the following code table. .

  • Page 211: Schematic Diagrams

    LP901 Schematic Diagrams R/C2 K28B SS5V J10EG035G 3 GND R2829 K28B3 1/10GJ47C K28B2 2 VCC LAMP CABLE BALLAST CABLE R2831 K28B1 1 OUT W30B47200 W30B47102 PROJECTION LENS 1/10 GJ10C A2826 U20B98500 C2828 C2826 C2827 D2826 D2827 16EM473T 10KK1GQ KK470GQ LENS MEMORY C8812 J11EM031N J11EM030N...

  • Page 212

    3.3V3FPGA IC9151 L9151 L3BE331PG ICS1523MLFT C9151 16KK0.1GQ C9152 16KK0.1GQ R9161 1/10GF2.2KC VDDD L9152 C9158 L3BE331PG IREF VSSD 16KK0.1GQ R9151 CLK/2+ 1/10GJ10C (PECL) PW_SDA0 R9152 CLK/2- IC9152 1/10GJ10C (PECL) PW_SCL0 3.3V3FPGA R9153 CLK+ TC7WH125FU 1/10GJ100C (PECL) PDEN_FPGA R9154 PDEN C9157 CLK- EN_SWOT 1/10GJ10KC EXTFB...

  • Page 213

    R8121 SIOUTB[0-9] <TO IC301> 1/16GZ0A R1HPDIN HDCP 5VDDCD IC8101 R1040 R1020 1/16GD1KA 1/16GF4.7KA 24C02CT MEMORY Q1003 RN1105P 1/16GZ0A IC8106 EDID for 5VDDCD R8103 DVI-HDCP Signal R1HPDOUT_FPGA <FROM IC5201> TC7W53FU 5 SDA SI_SCL_IC8121 INPUT1 B :2.2Kohm B-E:47Kohm 6 SCL HPD1 R8104 R8107 R1HPDOUT <FROM IC8001>...

  • Page 214

    IC6251 IC8001 S3.3V_FPGA TC74LCX14FT S3.3V_PW C6253 K30A TPSLOTVS DVI RECEIVER J10TNA00G C6251 CG_VS_SLOT 16KK0.1MN R6281 1/16GJ10A K30A_1 K30A_3 INT_FRT S3.3V_FPGA K30A_4 CG_HS_SLOT SDATA_I/O R6283 VS_SLOT 1/16GJ10A TPSLOTHV K30A_5 SCLK_FRT R6282 K30A_6 1/16GJ10A DONE_FRT HS_SLOT R6286 C6252 IC5201 1/16GJ10A K30A_7 PSF_IN_FPGA1 R6284 K30A_8 1/16GJ10A...

  • Page 215

    IC1311 IC1331 IC4801 IC4831 R4801 R4831 1/10GZ0C 1/10GZ0C EDD2516AETA R1311 EDD2516AETA R4802 MP2307DN R4832 MP2307DN TE1301 TE1302 TE1303 1/16GD1.2KA Q4861 1/10GZ0C 1/10GZ0C 2SA1203Y S2.6VPW S2.6VPW S1.3VREF S2.6VPW S6VPW S6VPW C4806 C4836 R1312 16KK0.1MN 16KK0.1MN C4808 C4838 S6VPW ON_1.8V 1/16GD1.2KA 16KK0.1MN R4833 16KK0.1MN R4861...

  • Page 216

    FOCUS DRIVE R5501 R5502 IC4402 1GZ0 1/16GZ0A 9V_LENS 74LVC1G125GW C5501 25KK1GQ D5501 R5506 ;25KK11D 1/16GJ1KA 1SS352G C5536 LENS_TEST 16KK0.1MN R5507 R5537 SDRAM for IC4401 1/16GJ2.2A IC5501 C5506 R5538 16KK0.1MN 1/16GJ2.2A IC5521 BA6287F 3.3V S3.3V_NIOS ACCELERATION-SENSOR RD74LVC14BTELL J10ES106G C3401 R5508 16KK0.1MN C3409 L5521 1/16GJ1KA...

  • Page 217

    KS_DBB[2-11] KS_DGB[2-11] KS_DRB[2-11] IC4401 COLOR RB2311 MANAGEMENT R1EB4704G ;R1JA4704G R2308 1/16GJ10KA R2311 1/16GJ10KA KS_THRWCTRL R2356 R2354 1/16GJ47A S3.3VDD_KS KS_DEN 1/16GJ10A R2357 R2309 KS_CLK_OUT 1/16GJ33A KS_INT KS_CLK 1/16GJ10KA R2358 R2312 1/16GJ47A 1/16GJ10KA R2359 KS_DHS S3.3VDD_KS R2313 1/16GJ47A 1/16GJ10KA KS_DVS R2351 1/16GJ10KA R2353 1/16GZ0A NIOS_DCLK...

  • Page 218

    TP-DDPVS TP-DDPHS DDP_DEN R7616 1/16GJ10A DDP_VSYNC R7617 1/16GJ10A DDP_HSYNC R7618 1/16GJ10A DDP_BA[9] DDP_BA[8] RB7601 DDP_BA[7] R1JA1004G DDP_BA[6] DDP_BA[5] DP3.3V_MA DP5V_MA RB7602 DDP_BA[4] R1JA1004G DDP_BA[3] DDP_BA[2] R7621 K401A 1/16GJ10A M_SDA IIC_SDA DDP_BA[1] R7622 Q7651 1/16GJ10A R7651 DDP_BA[0] IIC_SDA DDP_GA[9] RB7603 IIC_SCL DDP_GA[8] R7652 R1JA1004G...

  • Page 219

    K401C (J33) M_SSP1_CSZ_1 R446 (J17) R421 1/16GJ1KA TPMSSP1 TPMSSP0 R422 1/16GJ1KA DP2.5V_MA TPMREADY R423 1/16GJ1KA K401B TPSREADY R415 R424 1/16GJ1KA 1/16GJ1KA R443 1/16GJ1KA R7733 R441 1/16GJ3.3KA TRSTZ IC451 1/16GZ0A 1/16GJ3.3KA R442 S5V_PW TPCW1POS TPCW2POS TMSARM TC7WBD125AFK C7721 16KK0.1MN DP3.3V_MA C496 CW1_INDEX RTCK R448...

  • Page 220

    K401D (J10) R1417 1/16GJ1KA C3762 C3772 C3774 KK1000MN KK1000MN KK1000MN S_FDATA[15] C3763 C3773 C3775 16KK0.1MN 16KK0.1MN 16KK0.1MN S_FDATA[14] AA34 AB34 AC34 AD34 AE34 AF34 AG34 AH34 AJ34 AK34 AL34 AM34 AN34 AP34 S_FDATA[13] S_FDATA[12] S_FDATA[11] 12V_FOR K40E R2574 J10EP131G 1/2GZ0 S_FDATA[10] AA33 AB33...

  • Page 221

    IC401 DLP DATA PROCESSOR L4501 DMD_VCC L26B2770G 3.3V_FOR C4501 16KK0.1MN C4502 DMD_VCC2 6.3EM2203T C3522 DMD_VCC KK0.1GQ C3521 R3505 35EM4.71X 1/10GJ10KC DAD_MODE[1] MODE1 M_EXT_ARSTZ RESET/ DAD_MODE[0] MODE0 SCPEN/ M_SSP0_CSZ_1 IC3501 C4537 DAD_SEL[1] M_SSP0_TXD SEL1 SCPDI 16KK0.1MN SEL0 SCPCK M_SSP0_CLK DAD_SEL[0] 2503253 C4509 DAD_OEZ 16KK0.1MN...

  • Page 222

    No dAtA SCH_KJ5AL...

  • Page 223: Printed Wiring Board Diagrams

    Printed Wiring Board Diagrams ! CAUTION This projector is isolated from AC line by using the internal converter transformer. Please pay attention to the following notes in servicing 1. Do not touch the part on hot side (primary circuit) or both parts on hot and cold Led LIGHt (SIde:A) sides (secondary circuit) at the same time.

  • Page 224

    MAIN (SIde:A) TEMP SENSOR ID I/F1 “K87D” “K88E” BALLAST1 SHUTTER ID I/F “K87L” BALLAST L6551 L6552 L6553 PWB,MAIN KH5AL Q4727 L4731 RB6572 1AA4B10C64200_A C4731 RB6571 R8806 L4743 R339 L6554 L5641 LENS SHIFT R8807 R8809 R4722 R4728 L6556 Q4722 L5643 D5562 C4729 R5567 IC4721...

  • Page 225

    MAIN (SIde:B) MOTHER MOTHER “K90D” “K90C” R3448 R5838 C3441 C5831 R5554 R3447 S2.5NIOS R3441 R5841 5V_SW R5837 R3442 C3442 C3446 C5836 R5553 R3446 R5832 C5832 C5641 R5836 R5831 C5551 C1319 IC6571 R5559 C6551 R1311 R1312 R5558 SS3.3V C6552 C5643 C5552 C4743 TE1318 C6553...

  • Page 226

    ForMAtter (SIde:A) Id I/F1 (SIde:A) Led (SIde:A) PWB, ID I/F1 KH5AL 1AA4B10C6430G_A D2908 LAMP 2 REPLACE R8728 C2908 R8726 TP7607 TP7606 C3785 C3786 C1429 C1458 C1454 C1432 C1449 C3783 C3784 C1431 C1459 C1455 C1433 C1451 LAMP 1 REPLACE D2907 C3794 C3795 C3793 C1469...

  • Page 227

    ForMAtter (SIde:B) Id I/F1 (SIde:B) Led (SIde:B) C4524 C4513 C4514 C4515 C4512 C4503 C4526 R4509 C4527 R4504 C4528 R4503 C4529 R4502 C4532 R4511 R4514 MAIN R4521 R4513 R4518 R4506 C4504 R4512 L2595 C4505 “K8Z” R4519 C4533 R4522 R4516 R4523 L2594 D2599 R4517 L2593...

  • Page 228

    MotHer (SIde:A) PoWer(Ac) (SIde:A) POWER(DC) MAIN “K30A” MAIN “K30B” “K66B” AV “K9H” K90D K90C IC9151 C9154 R9163 R9158 R9159 C9153 C9157 R9157 R9156 R9154 R9008 R9162 R9153 R9009 R9152 R9007 L9092 D9092 R9151 D9091 RB9024 L9091 L9094 D9094 D9093 C9159 R9001 RB9023 R9022...

  • Page 229

    MotHer (SIde:B) L9142 C9142 L9141 R9141 R9142 C9143 R9147 R9146 C9161 IC9141 R9143 R9137 R9076 R9122 R9121 R9075 R9123 C9024 R9109 R9108 C9001 R9113 C9011 C9006 C9014 C9021 C9002 C9018 C9012 C9007 C9023 C9003 R9107 C9019 C9029 R9103 R9101 R9078 R9102 C9036 R9106...

  • Page 230

    PFc1-2 (SIde:A) PoWer(dc) (SIde:A) POWER(DC) FN908 FN909 FN903 FN907 “K66N” K66E K66T K66H K66G BALLAST “X1” FN905 K66D K66U K66V POWER(AC) “K6C” BALLAST1 “X1” SW903 BALLASt1,2 (SIde:A) POWER(AC) FN90 “K6B” FN901 SW904 FN904 BALLAST1: BALLAST1: SW90 LP901 PFC1- BALLAST: FN906 “CN4”...

  • Page 231: Pin Description Of Diode, Transistor And Ic

    KJ5-DET100L00 Pin description of diode, transistor and IC ● diode ● transistor/Fet ● Ic...

  • Page 232: Note On Soldering

    Note on Soldering do not use solder containing lead. Solder This product has been manufactured using lead-free Use solder with the metal content and composition ratio solder in order to help preserve the environment. by weight given in the table below. Do not use solders Because of this, be sure to use lead-free solder which do not meet these conditions.

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