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ORDER NO. KM40305091C3
Telephone Equipment
KX-TS2365RUB
Integrated Telephone System
Black Version
(for Russia)
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  • Page 1 Settings/eDOK/Рабочий стол/KX-TS2365RUB.htm Service Manual TOP NEXT ORDER NO. KM40305091C3 Telephone Equipment KX-TS2365RUB Integrated Telephone System Black Version (for Russia) file:///C|/Documents and Settings/eDOK/Рабочий стол/KX-TS2365RUB.htm (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:53:07...
  • Page 2 Settings/eDOK/Рабочий стол/KX-TS2365RUB.htm © 2003 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law. TOP NEXT file:///C|/Documents and Settings/eDOK/Рабочий стол/KX-TS2365RUB.htm (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:53:07...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    4.2 Battery Replacement 5 LOCATION OF CONTROLS 6 DISPLAY 7 CONNECTION 7.1 Connecting the Handset/Telephone Line Cord 7.2 Connecting a Communication Device 8 SETTINGS 8.1 Selecting the Dialing Mode 8.2 Setting the PIN Code 8.3 Dial Lock http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/2365rub.html (1 of 4)11.02.2008 12:53:22...
  • Page 4 11 TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE 11.1 Service Hints 11.2 Pulse Dialing Problems 11.3 Tone Dialing Problems (Handset) 11.4 No Ringing Sound When Ring Signal is Input. 12 BLOCK DIAGRAM 13 CIRCUIT OPERATION 13.1 Bell Detector Circuit 13.2 Line Interface http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/2365rub.html (2 of 4)11.02.2008 12:53:22...
  • Page 5 14 CPU DATA 14.1 IC801 15 HOW TO SET THE FLASH TIME AND REDIAL TIME 15.1 Flash Time 15.2 Redial Time 15.3 Speakerphone IC Data 16 BLOCK DIAGRAM (IC 1) 16.1 Communication ICs 17 MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/2365rub.html (3 of 4)11.02.2008 12:53:22...
  • Page 6 22.1.1 Cabinet and Electrical Parts 22.1.2 Main P.C. Board Parts 22.2 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS 23 FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM) 24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 25 CIRCUIT BOARD 25.1 Component View 25.2 Flow Solder Side View http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/2365rub.html (4 of 4)11.02.2008 12:53:22...
  • Page 7: About Lead Free Solder (pbf: Pb Free)

    PbF solder as possible and be sure that any remaining is melted prior to applying the Pb solder. When applying PbF solder to double layered boards, please check the component side for excess which may flow onto the opposite side (See the figure below). http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0100000000x.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:53:52...
  • Page 8 1.1 Suggested PbF Solder 1.2 How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0100000000x.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:53:52...
  • Page 9: Suggested Pbf Solder

    (Sn+Zn+Bi). Please check the manufac turer’s specific instructions for the melting points of their products and any precautions for using their product with other materials. The following lead free (PbF) solder wire sizes are recommended for service of this product: 0.3mm, 0.6mm and 1.0mm. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0101000000.html11.02.2008 12:53:59...
  • Page 10: How To Recognize That Pb Free Solder Is Used

    1.2 How to recognize that Pb Free solder is used TOP PREVIOUS NEXT (Flow Solder Side View) TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0102000000.html11.02.2008 12:54:04...
  • Page 11 D105 C202 R201 C901 C101 C102 Marked C105 Q191 VR601 C308 J102 VR901 VR402 C114 VR401 R192 R191 R194 IC601 C401 C621 C619 C427 D308 R654 D421 C651 C618 SW101 C625...
  • Page 12: For Service Technicians

    When repairing, the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions. 1. Cover plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil. 2. Ground the soldering irons. 3. Use a conductive mat on worktable. 4. Do not grasp IC or LSI pins with bare fingers. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0200000000x.html11.02.2008 12:54:17...
  • Page 13: Caution

    3 CAUTION TOP PREVIOUS NEXT Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer´s Instructions. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0300000000x.html11.02.2008 12:54:22...
  • Page 14: Battery

    4 BATTERY TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 4.1 Installing the Batteries 4.2 Battery Replacement TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0400000000x.html11.02.2008 12:54:26...
  • Page 15: Installing The Batteries

    4.1 Installing the Batteries TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0401000000.html11.02.2008 12:54:30...
  • Page 16: Battery Replacement

    4.2 Battery Replacement TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0402000000.html11.02.2008 12:54:36...
  • Page 17: Location Of Controls

    5 LOCATION OF CONTROLS TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0500000000x.html11.02.2008 12:54:43...
  • Page 18: Display

    6 DISPLAY TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0600000000x.html11.02.2008 12:54:48...
  • Page 19: Connection

    7 CONNECTION TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 7.1 Connecting the Handset/Telephone Line Cord 7.2 Connecting a Communication Device TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0700000000x.html11.02.2008 12:54:52...
  • Page 20: Connecting The Handset/telephone Line Cord

    7.1 Connecting the Handset/Telephone Line Cord TOP PREVIOUS NEXT After connection, lift the handset to check for a dial tone. Use only a Panasonic Handset for the KX-TS2365RUB. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0701000000.html11.02.2008 12:54:55...
  • Page 21: Connecting A Communication Device

    After connecting the handset and telephone line cord, connect the communication device telephone line cord to the DATA jack. Make sure the communication device is not in use before using this unit (making calls, storing phone numbers in memory etc.) or the communication device may not operate properly. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0702000000.html11.02.2008 12:55:00...
  • Page 22: Settings

    8.2 Setting the PIN Code 8.3 Dial Lock 8.3.1 To Set the Dial Lock 8.3.2 To Cancel the Dial Lock 8.4 Call Restriction 8.4.1 To Set the Call Restriction 8.5 How to Release the Establishment of Dial Lock TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0800000000x.html11.02.2008 12:55:07...
  • Page 23: Selecting The Dialing Mode

    You can select the dialing mode by programming. If you have touch tone service, set to "Tone". If rotary or pulse service is used, set to "Pulse". Your phone comes from the factory set to "Pulse". Make sure that a call is not put on hold. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0801000000.html11.02.2008 12:55:10...
  • Page 24: Setting The Pin Code

    The PIN Code is required for the dial lock and call restriction to be set or canceled. The factory preset PIN code is " 1111 ". Make sure that a call is not put on hold. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0802000000.html11.02.2008 12:55:15...
  • Page 25: Dial Lock

    If you choose not to program emergency numbers, but plan to use the dial lock, any number programmed into the EMERGENCY button can be accessed. 8.3.1 To Set the Dial Lock 8.3.2 To Cancel the Dial Lock TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0803000000.html11.02.2008 12:55:21...
  • Page 26: To Set The Dial Lock

    You can use the following features while the dialing buttons are locked. Dialing a number you programmed into the memory of the EMERGENCY button. Adjusting the handset and speakerphone volumes. Muting the conversation. Answering the second call by pressing TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0803010000.html11.02.2008 12:55:29...
  • Page 27: To Cancel The Dial Lock

    8.3.2 To Cancel the Dial Lock TOP PREVIOUS NEXT Follow steps 1 through 3 above again. “ “ will disappear, and the unit will return to the standby mode. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0803020000.html11.02.2008 12:55:33...
  • Page 28: Call Restriction

    You can prevent the unit from dialing phone numbers beginning with specified digit(s) (1 digit or 2 digits). Phone numbers with the restricted leading digits cannot be dialed out. 8.4.1 To Set the Call Restriction TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0804000000.html11.02.2008 12:55:42...
  • Page 29: To Set The Call Restriction

    If your unit is connected to a PBX, this function may not operate. Contact your PBX supplier for more information. When dialing a phone number with the restricted leading digit(s), the dialed number will flash on the display, but not dialed out. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0804010000.html11.02.2008 12:55:45...
  • Page 30: How To Release The Establishment Of Dial Lock

    8.5 How to Release the Establishment of Dial Lock TOP PREVIOUS NEXT After this procedure, you will be able to establish a new password. How to release the establishment of dial lock. http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0805000000.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:55:52...
  • Page 31 TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0805000000.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:55:52...
  • Page 32: Operations

    9 OPERATIONS TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 9.1 Making Calls 9.2 Answering Calls 9.3 FLASH Button TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0900000000x.html11.02.2008 12:56:02...
  • Page 33: Making Calls

    9.1 Making Calls TOP PREVIOUS NEXT You can make a call by simply lifting the handset. To hang up, place the handset on the cradle. http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0901000000.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:56:05...
  • Page 34 TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0901000000.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:56:05...
  • Page 35: Answering Calls

    9.2 Answering Calls TOP PREVIOUS NEXT While a call is being received, the unit rings and the ringer indicator flashes. You can answer it by simply lifting the handset. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0902000000.html11.02.2008 12:56:10...
  • Page 37: Flash Button

    (optional) such as callwaiting. If you are connected via a PBX, a longer flash time may be necessary to use PBX functions (transferring a call, etc.). Consult your PBX installer for the correct setting. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s0903000000.html11.02.2008 12:56:16...
  • Page 38: Disassembly Instructions

    TOP PREVIOUS NEXT Shown in Fig -. To remove -. Remove -. Lower Cabinet Screws (2.6×12) ... . . (A)×5 Main P.C. Board The Main P.C.Board TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1000000000x.html11.02.2008 12:56:26...
  • Page 39: Trouble Shooting Guide

    11 TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 11.1 Service Hints 11.2 Pulse Dialing Problems 11.3 Tone Dialing Problems (Handset) 11.4 No Ringing Sound When Ring Signal is Input. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1100000000x.html11.02.2008 12:56:30...
  • Page 40: Service Hints

    Can’t speak with the headset. Check headset jack Can’t change the volume for speakerphone. Check IC801, IC601 Can’t change the volume for handset. Check IC801, Q405 No volume handset or speakerphone. Check IC801, Q108, Q401. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1101000000.html11.02.2008 12:56:33...
  • Page 41: Pulse Dialing Problems

    11.2 Pulse Dialing Problems TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1102000000.html11.02.2008 12:56:39...
  • Page 42: Tone Dialing Problems (handset)

    11.3 Tone Dialing Problems (Handset) TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1103000000.html11.02.2008 12:56:44...
  • Page 43: No Ringing Sound When Ring Signal Is Input

    11.4 No Ringing Sound When Ring Signal is Input. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1104000000.html11.02.2008 12:56:48...
  • Page 44: Block Diagram

    12 BLOCK DIAGRAM TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1200000000b.html11.02.2008 12:56:57...
  • Page 45 Q108 Q101, Q103 D101 LINE Handset Transmit Dial Speaker Receiving IC801 IC201 Q421, Q424 Head Set Handset Tone Speaker Detection Sending Data IC601 Speaker SP-PHONE Key Board Switch 3.7V Battery IC302 4.5V IC303 IC304 (Reset) Q302 Battery KX-TS2365RUB: BLOCK DIAGRAM...
  • Page 46: Circuit Operation

    13.1 Bell Detector Circuit 13.2 Line Interface 13.3 Speakerphone Circuit 13.3.1 Function 13.3.2 Circuit Operation 13.4 Telephone Line Interface 13.4.1 Circuit operation 13.5 Tone Detect 13.5.1 Circuit operation 13.6 Initializing Circuit 13.6.1 Function 13.6.2 Circuit operation TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1300000000x.html11.02.2008 12:57:05...
  • Page 47: Bell Detector Circuit

    TOP PREVIOUS NEXT When the bell signal is input between T/R, the signal are outputted at the speaker via the following path: Tel line R1/C1 Pin 1 of IC1 Pin 8 of IC1 C625 Speaker TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1301000000.html11.02.2008 12:57:09...
  • Page 48: Line Interface

    R124 D106in that order, A pulse signal that repeated switches between high and low logic is output from pin 26 of the CPU.This switches the line loop on and off, generating the dial pulse signal. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1302000000.html11.02.2008 12:57:14...
  • Page 49: Speakerphone Circuit

    13.3 Speakerphone Circuit TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 13.3.1 Function 13.3.2 Circuit Operation TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1303000000.html11.02.2008 12:57:17...
  • Page 50: Function

    13.3.1 Function TOP PREVIOUS NEXT The circuit controls the automatic switching of the transmitted and received signals, to and from the telephone line, when the unit is used in the hands -free mode. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1303010000.html11.02.2008 12:57:24...
  • Page 51: Circuit Operation

    Pin 27 of IC601 Pin 26 of IC601 Pin19 of IC601 Pin 15 of IC601 Speaker. Transmission/Reception switching The comparison result between TX and RX outputs as a DC level of Pin 25 of IC601.TX level is http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1303020000.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:57:28...
  • Page 52 The output of the mic amp (Pin 10 of IC601) is supplied to Pin 13 of IC601 as a control signal for the voice detector. Attenuator control The attenuator control detects the setting of the volume control through Pin 24 of IC601 to automatically adjust for changing ambient conditions. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1303020000.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:57:28...
  • Page 53: Telephone Line Interface

    13.4 Telephone Line Interface TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 13.4.1 Circuit operation TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1304000000.html11.02.2008 12:57:35...
  • Page 54: Circuit Operation

    DC loop current. T POS101 D101 Q101 Q108 R124 D106 D101 The receiving signal flows: TEL line POS101 Q101 C113 R125 C108 Q109 Q405 Q406 Speaker The transmission signal flows Q421 Q424 C435 R437 Q108 Pos101 Tel Line http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1304010000.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:57:38...
  • Page 55 TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1304010000.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:57:38...
  • Page 56: Tone Detect

    13.5 Tone Detect TOP PREVIOUS NEXT This circuit is used to sense the status of the line (busy tone or dial tone) during Auto Redial. 13.5.1 Circuit operation TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1305000000.html11.02.2008 12:57:43...
  • Page 57: Circuit Operation

    R201 R205 Pin 5 of IC201 Pin 1 of IC201 D202 R208 Q201 When the subscriber hangs-up, check the intermittent tone. If cycle tone is detected, the collector of Q201 goes to a low logic. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1305010000.html11.02.2008 12:57:46...
  • Page 58: Initializing Circuit

    13.6 Initializing Circuit TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 13.6.1 Function 13.6.2 Circuit operation TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1306000000.html11.02.2008 12:57:51...
  • Page 59: Function

    13.6.1 Function TOP PREVIOUS NEXT This circuit is used to initialize the microcomputer when it incorporates batteries. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1306010000.html11.02.2008 12:57:54...
  • Page 60: Circuit Operation

    TOP PREVIOUS NEXT When the batteries is inserted into the unit, then the voltage is shifted by D304 and power is supplied to the CPU. The set can operate beyond point A in the circuit voltage diagram. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1306020000.html11.02.2008 12:57:58...
  • Page 61: Cpu Data

    14 CPU DATA TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 14.1 IC801 TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1400000000x.html11.02.2008 12:58:08...
  • Page 62: Ic801

    14.1 IC801 TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1401000000.html11.02.2008 12:58:11...
  • Page 63: How To Set The Flash Time And Redial Time

    15 HOW TO SET THE FLASH TIME AND REDIAL TIME TOP PREVIOUS NEXT *Refer to SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 15.1 Flash Time 15.2 Redial Time 15.3 Speakerphone IC Data TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1500000000x.html11.02.2008 12:58:17...
  • Page 64: Flash Time

    D901-D904 are used for default setting. When you change the flash time, do the following procedure. In case the program should be set frequency, change the default at D901-D904, then set the program. 0= Without 1= With TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1501000000.html11.02.2008 12:58:27...
  • Page 65: Redial Time

    15.2 Redial Time TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 0= Without 1= With TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1502000000.html11.02.2008 12:58:31...
  • Page 66: Speakerphone Ic Data

    Input to the transmit detector system. The microphone amplifier output is ac coupled to the XDI pin through an external resistor. High current ground pin for the speaker amp output stage. The SKG voltage should be within 10 mV of the ground voltage at pin 22. http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1503000000.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:58:35...
  • Page 67 Input of the receive attenuator. Input resistance is nominally 5.0 kohms. A resistor to ground determines the nominal gain of the receive attenuator. The receive channel gain is directly proportional to the RRX resistance. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1503000000.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:58:35...
  • Page 68: Block Diagram (ic 1)

    16 BLOCK DIAGRAM (IC 1) TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 16.1 Communication ICs TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1600000000x.html11.02.2008 12:58:43...
  • Page 69: Communication Ics

    16.1 Communication ICs TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1601000000.html11.02.2008 12:58:46...
  • Page 70: Module Block Diagram

    17 MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 17.1 MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM 17.2 CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1700000000x.html11.02.2008 12:58:51...
  • Page 71: Module Block Diagram

    17.1 MODULE BLOCK DIAGRAM TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1701000000.html11.02.2008 12:58:54...
  • Page 72: Connector Pin Assignment

    17.2 CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT signal Function Enable Power Supply (5V) VLCD LCD Power Input Power Gnd (0V) DATA Serial Data Input Write Data H, L Chip Selection H, L TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1702000000.html11.02.2008 12:58:59...
  • Page 73: How To Replace A Flat Package Ic

    18 HOW TO REPLACE A FLAT PACKAGE IC TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 18.1 Preparation 18.2 Procedure 18.3 Removing Solder from Between Pins TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1800000000x.html11.02.2008 12:59:09...
  • Page 74: Preparation

    We recommend a 30 to 40 Watt soldering iron. An expert may be able to use a 60 to 80 Watt iron where someone with less experience could overheat and damage the PCB foil. Flux Recommended Flux: Specific Gravity 0.82. Type RMA (lower residue, non-cleaning type) Note: ABOUT LEAD FREE SOLDER (PbF: Pb free) TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1801000000.html11.02.2008 12:59:11...
  • Page 75: Procedure

    3. Being careful to not unsolder the tack points, slide the soldering iron along the tips of the pins while feeding enough solder to the tip so that it flows under the pins as they are heated. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1802000000.html11.02.2008 12:59:16...
  • Page 76: Removing Solder From Between Pins

    1. Add a small amount of solder to the bridged pins. 2. With a hot iron, use a sweeping motion along the flat part of the pin to draw the solder from between the adjacent pads. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1803000000.html11.02.2008 12:59:21...
  • Page 77: Terminal Guide Of The Ics, Transistors And Diodes

    19 TERMINAL GUIDE OF THE ICs, TRANSISTORS AND DIODES TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s1900000000x.html11.02.2008 12:59:29...
  • Page 78: Cabinet And Electrical Parts Location

    20 CABINET AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2000000000x.html11.02.2008 12:59:33...
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  • Page 81: Accessory And Packing Materials

    21 ACCESSORY AND PACKING MATERIALS TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2100000000x.html11.02.2008 12:59:44...
  • Page 82 12:59:47...
  • Page 83: Replacement Parts List

    4. ISO code (Example: ABS-94HB) of the remarks column shows quality of the material and a flame resisting grade about plastics. 5. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS Unless otherwise specified; All resistors are in ohms (Ω) K=1000Ω, M=1000kΩ All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS (μF) P=μμF *Type & Wattage of Resistor http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2200000000p.html (1 of 2)11.02.2008 12:59:55...
  • Page 84 22.1 Base Unit 22.1.1 Cabinet and Electrical Parts 22.1.2 Main P.C. Board Parts 22.2 ACCESSORIES AND PACKING MATERIALS TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2200000000p.html (2 of 2)11.02.2008 12:59:55...
  • Page 85: Base Unit

    22.1 Base Unit TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 22.1.1 Cabinet and Electrical Parts 22.1.2 Main P.C. Board Parts TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201000000.html11.02.2008 13:00:01...
  • Page 86: Cabinet And Electrical Parts

    PQJC10045Z BATTERY TERMINAL, (-) PQJC313Y BATTERY TERMINAL, (+)(-) PQJC314Y BATTERY TERMINAL, (-)(+) PQQT22344Z LABEL, CAUTION PQSX10186Y KEYBOARD SWITCH, 20KEY PQSX10187Z KEYBOARD SWITCH, 6KEY PQGP10190Z1 PANEL, LCD PC-HB PQGT16024Z NAME PLATE PQMG10025Z RUBBER PARTS, MIC COVER TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201010000.html11.02.2008 13:00:04...
  • Page 87: Main P.c. Board Parts

    2SK1398 TRANSISTOR(SI) Q105 2SD1819A TRANSISTOR(SI) Q106 2SA933 TRANSISTOR(SI) Q107 2SD1819A TRANSISTOR(SI) Q108 2SC2120 TRANSISTOR(SI) Q109 2SD1819A TRANSISTOR(SI) Q201 UN5213 TRANSISTOR(SI) Q302 2SD1819A TRANSISTOR(SI) Q303 2SB1218A TRANSISTOR(SI) Q310 2SD1819A TRANSISTOR(SI) Q401 PQVTFB1J3P TRANSISTOR(SI) Q405 2SD1819A TRANSISTOR(SI) http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (1 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 88 MA4180 DIODE(SI) D105 1SS119 DIODE(SI) D106 MA4062 DIODE(SI) D202 MA111 DIODE(SI) D203 MA111 DIODE(SI) D301 MA111 DIODE(SI) D302 1SS119 DIODE(SI) D304 1SS119 DIODE(SI) D305 MA111 DIODE(SI) D308 1SS119 DIODE(SI) D401 MA111 DIODE(SI) D601 1SS119 DIODE(SI) http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (2 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 89 EVNDXAA03B54 VARIABLE RESISTOR VR402 EVNDXAA03B52 VARIABLE RESISTOR VR901 EVNDXAA03B15 VARIABLE RESISTOR (RESISTORS) ERDS1VJ682 6.8K ERJ3GEYJ183 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K ERJ3GEYJ124 120K ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEYJ683 ERJ3GEYJ473 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K ERJ3GEYJ334 330K R100 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R101 ERDS2TJ394 390K R102 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R103 ERJ3GEYJ105 http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (3 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 90 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K R130 ERJ3GEYJ272 2.7K R131 ERJ3GEYJ332 3.3K R184 ERJ3GEY0R00 R185 ERJ3GEY0R00 R201 ERDS2TJ103 R202 ERJ3GEYJ124 120K R203 ERJ3GEYJ103 R204 ERJ3GEYJ394 390K R205 ERJ3GEYJ562 5.6K R206 ERJ3GEYJ183 R207 ERJ3GEYJ103 R208 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K R209 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (4 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 91 2.2M R407 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K R408 ERJ3GEYJ681 R409 ERJ3GEYJ223 R410 ERJ3GEYJ564 560K R411 ERJ3GEYJ681 R412 ERJ3GEYJ822 8.2K R421 ERJ3GEYJ272 2.7K R423 ERJ3GEY0R00 R424 ERJ3GEYJ334 330K R425 ERJ3GEYJ225 2.2M R426 ERJ3GEYJ272 2.7K R427 ERJ3GEYJ121 R428 ERJ3GEYJ562 5.6K http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (5 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 92 ERJ3GEYJ225 2.2M R606 ERJ3GEYJ303 R607 ERJ3GEYJ683 R608 ERJ3GEYJ682 6.8K R609 ERJ3GEYJ335 3.3M R610 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R611 ERJ3GEYJ183 R612 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K R613 ERJ3GEYJ104 100K R614 ERJ3GEYJ473 R615 ERJ3GEYJ103 R617 ERJ3GEYJ472 4.7K R618 ERJ3GEYJ222 2.2K R619 ERJ3GEYJ103 http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (6 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 93 R901 ERJ3GEYJ103 R902 ERJ3GEYJ103 R903 ERJ3GEYJ474 470K R921 ERJ3GEYJ103 R923 ERJ3GEYJ393 C600 ERJ3GEY0R00 C623 ERJ3GEY0R00 D310 PQ4R10XJ000 D311 PQ4R10XJ000 ERJ3GEY0R00 ERJ3GEY0R00 J110 ERJ3GEY0R00 J111 ERJ3GEY0R00 J115 ERJ3GEY0R00 J117 ERJ3GEY0R00 J120 PQ4R10XJ000 L401 PQ4R18XJ000 (CAPACITORS) ECQE2E105KZ http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (7 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 94 ECUV1H222KBV 0.0022 C204 ECUV1C473KBV 0.047 C205 PQCUV1C224KB 0.22 C301 ECA0JM471 470P C302 ECEA0JKA331 C303 ECEA0JU331 C304 PQCUV1H333JC 0.033 C306 ECUV1C104ZFV C308 ECEA0JKA221 C310 ECEA1CKS470 C404 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 C405 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 C408 ECUV1H472KBV 0.0047 C414 ECEA1CKA100 http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (8 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 95 ECEA1HKA010 C612 ECEA1VKS4R7 C613 ECUV1C683KBV 0.068 C614 ECEA1EU470 C615 ECEA0JU220 C616 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 C617 ECEA1CKS470 C618 ECEA1VU330 C619 ECEA1VKS4R7 C620 ECUV1H183KBV 0.018 C621 ECEA0JKA101 C622 ECUV1C104KBV 0.1 C624 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C625 ECEA1AU101 C801 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (9 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 96 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C905 ECUV1H103KBV 0.01 C921 ECUV1H332KBV 0.0033 C922 ECUV1H821KBV 820P C923 ECUV1H122KBV 0.0012 (OTHERS) L5DCBJC00001 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PQJM122Z MICROPHONE PQVIPC817CD PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER SA101 PQVDDSS301L VARISTOR (SURGE ABSORBER) PQLT2D2A TRANSFORMER TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2201020000.html (10 of 10)11.02.2008 13:00:10...
  • Page 97: Accessories And Packing Materials

    TOP PREVIOUS NEXT Ref. No. Part No. Part Name & Description Remarks PQJA10075Z CORD, TELEPHONE PQJA212V CORD, HANDSET PQJXC0401Z HANDSET ABS-HB PQKL10038Y3 STAND, WALL ABS-HB MOUNT PQQW12534Y LEAFLET PQQX13229X INSTRUCTION BOOK PQPH89Y PROTECTION COVER PQPK13984Z GIFT BOX TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2202000000.html11.02.2008 13:00:19...
  • Page 98: For Schematic Diagram (schematic Diagram)

    2. This schematic diagram may be modified at any time with the development of new technology. Important Safety Notice: Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only the manufacturer´sspecified parts. TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2300000000x.html11.02.2008 13:00:23...
  • Page 99: Schematic Diagram

    24 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2400000000x.html11.02.2008 13:00:40...
  • Page 100 C625 10V100 D651 C654 RINGER C603 K0.033 R605 R655 2.2M IC601 (for T2362RU) R611 R606 R607 IC651 R652 C652 R612 C609 K0.1 C615 4.7K 6.3V22 R602 C606 C610 50V1 1.2K R613 100K TP612 K0.068 C607 C620 C608 R608 6.8K K0.027 C619 K0.018 (5.7V)
  • Page 101 (only T2375) 2.7V BATTN The voltage during ON-Hook is indicated. R313 100K ) shows the voltage during OFF-Hook. Handset & Headset Incoming Signal Speaker Phone Incoming Signal Handset Set & Headset Outgoing Signal Speaker Phone Outgoing Signal KX-TS2365RUB : SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...
  • Page 102: Circuit Board

    25 CIRCUIT BOARD TOP PREVIOUS NEXT 25.1 Component View 25.2 Flow Solder Side View TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2500000000x.html11.02.2008 13:01:00...
  • Page 103: Component View

    25.1 Component View TOP PREVIOUS NEXT TOP PREVIOUS NEXT http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2501000000.html11.02.2008 13:01:02...
  • Page 104 IC651 SP-SHONE IC302 IC201 IC801 KX-TS2365RUB CIRCUIT BOARD (Component View)
  • Page 105: Flow Solder Side View

    25.2 Flow Solder Side View TOP PREVIOUS TOP PREVIOUS http://202.224.189.179/view_new/OT/KX-TS2365RUB/SVC/s2502000000.html11.02.2008 13:01:11...
  • Page 106 D105 C202 R201 C901 C101 C102 C105 Q191 VR601 C308 J102 VR901 VR402 C114 VR401 R192 R194 R191 IC601 C621 C401 C619 C427 D308 R654 D421 C651 C618 SW101 C625 KX-TS2365RUB CIRCUIT BOARD (Flow Solder Side View)

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