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3CCD COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
BRC-300
BRC-300P
OPTICAL MULTIPLEX UNIT
BRU-300
BRU-300P
ANALOG RGB COMPONENT CARD
BRBK-301
SDI CARD
BRBK-302
OPTICAL MULTIPLEX CARD
BRBK-303
DV CARD
BRBK-304
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
RM-BR300
SERVICE MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 1)

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  • Page 1 3CCD COLOR VIDEO CAMERA BRC-300 BRC-300P OPTICAL MULTIPLEX UNIT BRU-300 BRU-300P ANALOG RGB COMPONENT CARD BRBK-301 SDI CARD BRBK-302 OPTICAL MULTIPLEX CARD BRBK-303 DV CARD BRBK-304 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-BR300 SERVICE MANUAL 1st Edition (Revised 1)
  • Page 2 électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres. Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement. BRC-300/300P RM-BR300 WARNUNG Dieses Gerät hat keinen Wechselstromschalter.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    BRU-300 ..................1-1 1-1-3. RM-BR300 ................. 1-1 1-2. Unleaded Solder ..................1-2 1-3. Removing/Reattaching the Cabinets (BRC-300/300P) ....... 1-2 1-3-1. Side Rear Assembly and Side Front Assembly ......1-2 1-3-2. Camera Cabinet Upper Assembly ..........1-3 1-3-3. Camera Cabinet Lower .............. 1-4 1-3-4.
  • Page 4 1-11-4. BRBK-301 ................1-27 1-11-5. BRBK-302 ................1-28 1-11-6. BRBK-303 ................1-28 1-11-7. BRBK-304 ................1-28 2. Replacement of Main Parts 2-1. BRC-300/300P Main Parts ................2-1 2-1-1. Camera Assembly ..............2-1 2-1-2. Prism Assembly and CD-389S Board ........2-3 2-1-3.
  • Page 5 3. Electrical Alignment 3-1. Overview ..................... 3-1 3-1-1. Tools/Equipment ................ 3-1 3-1-2. Menu ..................3-1 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment ........3-2 3-2-1. Tools/Equipment ................ 3-2 3-2-2. Connection for Adjustment ............3-5 3-2-3. Control Software Adjustment ............ 3-6 3-2-4.
  • Page 6 Image System Troubles .............. 4-7 4-2-3. Communication Troubles ............4-10 4-2-4. Troubles when Connecting Optional Cards ......4-13 4-3. BRC-300 Camera Block ................4-15 4-4. BRU-300/300P ..................4-17 4-4-1. Trouble when Power-on the Unit ..........4-17 4-4-2. Image System Trouble ............. 4-19 4-4-3.
  • Page 7 BRBK Series ................6-36 6-4. Supplied Accessories ................6-48 7. Semiconductor Pin Assignments 8. Block Diagrams BRC-300/300P Overall ................8-1 BRU-300/300P Overall ................8-4 RM-BR300 Overall ..................8-5 BRBK-301 AN-22 ..................8-6 BRBK-302 SD-50 ..................8-7 BRBK-303 MX-107 ..................8-7 BRBK-304 DV-33 ..................
  • Page 8 BRC-300/300P Frame Wiring ..............9-38 CN-2680 ....................9-38 DD-208 ....................9-38 IF-110 ....................9-38 LED-418 ....................9-38 VC-343 ....................9-38 DC-130 ....................9-39 SE-758 ....................9-39 BRU-300/300P Frame Wiring ..............9-40 LE-281 ....................9-40 SW-1207 ....................9-40 RM-BR300 Frame Wiring ................ 9-41 10.
  • Page 9: Manual Structure

    Related manuals Besides this “Service manual”, the following manuals are available..BRC-300/300P Operating Instructions (Supplied with the BRC-300/300P.) This manual is necessary for application and operation (and installation) of BRC- 300/300P.
  • Page 10: Trademarks

    . MS-DOS, Windows and Windows NT are the registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. . VISCA is a trademark of Sony Corporation. Other system names, product names, and company names appearing in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
  • Page 11: Contents

    Section 9 Schematic Diagrams Describes the schematic diagrams of the circuit boards installed in each unit and frame wiring for each unit. Section 10 Board Layouts Describes the board layouts of the circuit boards installed in each unit. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 13: Service Overview

    Section 1 Service Overview 1-1. Location of Circuit Boards 1-1-2. BRU-300 1-1-1. BRC-300 SW-1207 board MC-66 board VC-343 board LED-418 board IF-944 board DD-208 board DR-526 board SE-758 board LE-281 board CN-2548 board 1-1-3. RM-BR300 IF-110 board CN-2547 board DC-130 board...
  • Page 14: Unleaded Solder

    1-2. Unleaded Solder 1-3. Removing/Reattaching the Cabinets (BRC-300/300P) Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a 1-3-1. Side Rear Assembly and Side Front lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. Assembly (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.)
  • Page 15: Camera Cabinet Upper Assembly

    Tilt chassis Flat-head screwdriver Hook Camera cabinet front Hook 2.6 x 6 Lens Hole Installation 4. Reattach the side rear assembly and the side front assembly in the reverse order of removal. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 16: Camera Cabinet Lower

    When replacing the camera cabinet front, attach the tapes A to a new camera cabinet front. Tape A Tape A 7. Reattach the side rear assembly and side front assem- bly. (Refer to step 4 in Section 1-3-1.) BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 17: Base Plate

    6. Reattach the camera cabinet lower in the reverse order from steps 3 to 5. 7. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 PSW2.6 x 6 and 2. PSW2.6 x 6 Installation 2. Reattach the base plate, then secure it with the four screws. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 18: Blank Panel

    Screws with stopper Installation 2. Reattach the blank panel, and secure it with the two screws with stopper. When reinstalling the optional board, insert the board along the board rails slowly, and secure it with the two screws with stopper. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 19: Blank Panel

    When reinstalling the optional board, insert the board along the board rails slowly, and secure it with the two screws with stopper. Installation 4. Reattach the outer (upper) assembly in the reverse order from steps 1 to 3. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 20: Writing The Firmware

    2. Until the message “Additional Information (Applica- tion)” is displayed on the window, repeat that click [Next|>] button while checking the contents which appeared on the window. 3. Clear the checkbox for “Install USB drivers”, and click [Next|>] button. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 21 Completed!” appears on the window. the Welcome! window. 3. Check the checkbox of “Create a new workspace”, and click [OK] button. 8. Click [Finish] button. 4. Enter “Cyclone” into the text box of “Workspace Name:”, and click [OK] button. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 22 [Next|>] button. crystal frequency for the selected device:”, and click [Next|>] button. 6. Select a port in “Select port:”, and click [Next|>] button. 8. Select “BOOT Mode” in “Select Connection:”, and click [Next|>] button. 9. Click [Finish] button. 1-10 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 23: Brc-300/300P

    . Firmware file: “cyclone.mot” base plate, and set the switch S1003-1 on the SY-314 board to ON. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.) To get the firmware, contact your local Sony Sales 4. Turn on the power of all the equipment. Office/Service Center.
  • Page 24 . If the message “Connection failed” appears, [Open] button. check the connections, power supply, and switch settings. . If an error message appears, return to step (2). (9) On the toolbar, select “Device” - “Download Active File”. The writing operation starts automatically. 1-12 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 25 When using the EX-947 board 7. Reset the switch S003 on the EX-947 board to NOR- MAL. 8. Turn on the power of the BRC-300/300P while pressing the switch S001 on the EX-947 board. Press the switch until the message “Doing Super Reset”...
  • Page 26: Bru-300/300P

    4. Turn on the power of all the equipment. 5. Write the firmware, referring to step 5 in Section 1-6- . Firmware file: “Cyclone_MIU.mot” To get the firmware, contact your local Sony Sales Selecting firmware file is “Cyclone_MIU.mot”. Office/Service Center.
  • Page 27: Rm-Br300

    6. Turn off the power switch of the RM-BR300. . Firmware file: “controlier.mot” 7. Reset the switch S5006-2 on the MD-131 board to OFF. To get the firmware, please contact your local Sony 8. Reattach the outer (upper) assembly. Sales Office/Service Center. (Refer to Section 1-5-1.) 9.
  • Page 28: Switch Settings On Boards

    1-7. Switch Settings on Boards 1-7-1. BRC-300/300P Never change the settings of the factory use switches. SW-1204 Board S2202 S2201 SW-1204 BOARD (SIDE A) Ref. No. Name Description Factory setting S2201 IR SELECT Selects a camera number when one remote commander is used for multiple cameras.
  • Page 29 OFF: Normal mode — Factory use S1004 — SUPER RESET When the power is turned on while this — switch is pressed, the menu settings and adjustment values are initialized. *: Camera address settings Camera addresses S1001-1 S1001-2 S1001-3 1-17 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 30: Bru-300/300P

    S4802 ADJ NO Selects a menu in the adjustment mode. — S4803 DATA UP Increments an adjustment value in the adjustment mode. — S4804 DATA DOWN Decrements an adjustment value in the adjustment mode. — 1-18 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 31 EX-947 board. JTAG SELECT Factory use OPE/ADJ MODE SELECT Switches operation modes of the unit Normal mode (normal/adjustment). (OFF) Adjustment mode OFF: Normal mode LOOP BACK TEST MODE Set this to ON when performing an adjustment. 1-19 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 32 OFF: RS-232C 9600bps/38400bps Sets communication baud rate. OFF (9600 bps) 38400 bps OFF: 9600 bps Camera address setting switch Sets a camera address. 0 (All OFF) — Factory use *: Camera address setting Camera addresses S4901-3 S4901-4 S4901-5 1-20 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 33: Rm-Br300

    MODE SELECT Set this switch according to the VISCA correspondence camera to be connected. S5006 ENABLE ON/OFF Factory use CPU WR MODE Set this to ON only when writing the firmware. — Not used — Not used 1-21 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 34: Brbk-302

    Setting for adjustment: 1-7-5. BRBK-304 Never change the settings of the factory use switches. DV-33 Board S001 : Knob position DV-33 BOARD (SIDE B) Ref. No. Name Description Factory setting S001 1 to 8 — Factory use all OFF 1-22 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 35: Circuit Protection Parts (Fuse)

    The fuse/IC link is an important part for ensuring safety. Replacement with parts other than those designated will result in fire hazards and electric hazards. Therefore be sure to use only designated parts. BRC-300/300P Board Ref. No. Part No./Description ! 1-533-998-11...
  • Page 36: Connectors And Cables

    1-9. Connectors and Cables When connecting an external cable to the connector of each unit, use the following connector (or cable), or equivalent. Model Panel indication Matching connector/cable Sony part No. BNC 75 Z coaxial cable BRC-300 VIDEO OUT — BRC-300P...
  • Page 37: Signal Inputs And Outputs

    VISCA RS-232C OUT : 8-pin (female) CONTACT DC IN 12V BRBK-301 RGB/SYNC BRBK-302 (External view) Pin No. Signal BRBK-303 BRBK-304 Not used/SIRCS OUT Not used *: VISCA RS-232C IN connector of the BRC-300/300P only: Selectable on the S1002-4/SY-314 board. 1-25 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 38 . IEEE1394 (External view) Pin No. Signal (External view) CAMERA 1 CAMERA 2 Pin No. Signal CAMERA 3 Not used CAMERA 4 CAMERA 5 TPB (_) CAMERA 6 TPB (+) CAMERA 7 TPA (_) Not used TPA (+) 1-26 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 39: Service Action After Board Replacement/Repair

    After replacing the prism assembly or video lens, adjust it Perform the following adjustment or function check after in the following order. board replacement/repair for a unit. 1. Perform the BRC-300/300P camera block electrical alignment (Section 3-2). 2. Perform the BRC-300/300P video output system 1-11-1. BRC-300/300P adjustment (Section 3-3).
  • Page 40: Brbk-302

    (Section 3-6). 1-11-6. BRBK-303 MX-107 Board After repairing the MX-107 board, perform the BRBK-303 output video check (Section 3-7). 1-11-7. BRBK-304 DV-33 Board After repairing the DV-33 board, perform the BRBK-304 output video check (Section 3-8). 1-28 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 41: Replacement Of Main Parts

    Section 2 Replacement of Main Parts 2-1. BRC-300/300P Main Parts 7. Loosen the two screws, and remove the holder T1. Screws Tighten the screws as following torque. 26.0 x 10 PSW2.5/PSW2.6 screws: 18.0 x 10 B2/BTP2/PSW2 screws: Holder T1 2-1-1. Camera Assembly Removing 1.
  • Page 42 11. Form the flexible flat cable straight as shown in the holder T and two ball bearings. figure. Ball bearing PSW2.6 x 6 Flexible flat cable Bearing holder T Ball bearing Shaft holder PSW2.6 x 6 2 x 6 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 43: Prism Assembly And Cd-389S Board

    B2 x 3 Board chassis 14. Reattach the camera assembly in the reverse order Heat sinks from steps 5 to 13. 15. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 4. B2 x 3 Heat sink Voids BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 44 CCD cover) in the figure on the previous page. PM1.7 x 7 16. Perform the BRC-300/300P camera block electrical alignment. (Refer to Section 3-2.) 17. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 6.
  • Page 45: Video Lens

    (Refer to steps 11 and 12 in Section 2-1-2.) 12. Remove the five screws, and remove the board chassis from the lens chassis assembly. B2 x 3 Lens chassis assembly BTP2 x 6 BTP2 x 6 Board chassis BTP2 x 6 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 46: Cn Chassis Assembly

    9 mm PSW2.6 x 6 16. Reattach the camera assembly in the reverse order from steps 7 to 14. 17. Perform the BRC-300/300P camera block electrical Spring (B) alignment. (Refer to Section 3-2.) PSW2.6 x 6 18. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 6.
  • Page 47: Worm Gear Assembly (Tilt)

    B with the holders W3 installed as shown in the figure. Holder W3 Worm base B 7. Reattach the worm gear assembly (tilt) in the reverse order from steps 3 and 4. 8. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 and 2. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 48: Tilt Motor

    . Pay attention not mix up the screws (PSW.SRW2.5 x 6) and the screws (PSW2.6 x 6). . Replace the tapes A with new ones. 7. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 and 2. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 49: Worm Gear Assembly (Pan)

    Holder T2 holders W3 from the worm gear assembly (pan). Wave washers Worm base B Holder T3 Holder W3 Worm gear assembly (pan) Plate T4 PSW2.6 x 6 Drive geart T Gear press spring Base cabinet assembly Holder W3 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 50: Pan Motor

    5. Reattach the pan motor in the reverse order from steps 3 and 4. Pay attention not mix up the screws (PSW.SRW2.5 x 6) and the screws (PSW2.6 x 6). 6. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 and 2. 2-10 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 51: Combined Flexible Flat Cable

    (Refer to steps 2 to 4 in Section 2-2-9.) 10. Remove the camera assembly. Combined flexible flat cable (Refer to steps 5 to 13 in Section 2-1-1.) 11. Remove the DR-526 board. (Refer to steps 2 to 4 in Section 2-2-5.) Tapes A 2-11 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 52: Brc-300/300P Pc Boards

    2-2. BRC-300/300P PC Boards 15. Remove the three screws, and remove the tilt chassis assembly. 16. Remove the ferrite bead from the combined flexible flat cable. Tighten the screws as following torque. 26.0 x 10 17. Remove the tape A, and remove the combined flexible PSW2.5/PSW2.6 screws:...
  • Page 53: Cn-2547 Board

    7. Reinstall the CC-91 board in the reverse order from steps 4 to 6. 6. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 3. 8. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 3. 2-13 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 54: Board

    7. Reinstall the DD-208 board in the reverse order from steps 5 and 6. 9. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 8. Perform the BRC-300/300P camera block electrical to 5. alignment. (Refer to Section 3-2.) 9. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 4.
  • Page 55: Dr-526 Board

    PSW2.6 x 6 BTP2 x 6 Installation 6. Reinstall the DR-526 board in the reverse order from steps 2 to 5. 7. Reattach the side rear assembly and side front assem- bly. (Refer to step 4 in Section 1-3-1.) 2-15 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 56: Board And Vc-343 Board

    Installation 9. Reinstall the IF-110 board to the camera assembly in the reverse order from steps 7 and 8. 10. Perform the BRC-300/300P camera block electrical alignment. (Refer to Section 3-2.) 11. Reattach the shield chassis to the camera assembly,...
  • Page 57 VC-343 board and the connector on the CD- 389 board (flexible card board) correctly. 16. Only when the VC-343 board is replaced, perform the BRC-300/300P camera block electrical alignment. (Refer to Section 3-2.) 17. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 to 6.
  • Page 58: Board

    CN2101 LED-418 board SE-758 board CN2151 Flexible flat cable Installation 5. Reinstall the LED-418 board in the reverse order from steps 3 and 4. 6. Reassemble the unit in the reverse order from steps 1 and 2. 2-18 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 59: Sw-1204 Board

    6. Reinstall the SE-758 board in the reverse order from assembly. steps 2 to 5. SW-1204 board 7. Reattach the side rear assembly and side front assem- bly. (Refer to step 4 in Section 1-3-1.) CN chassis assembly PSW2.6 x 6 Solders Solders 2-19 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 60: Board

    (CN1001, CN1002, CN1501, CN1801, CN1802, CN1803, CN1804, CN1805) on the SY-314 board. 4. Remove the four screws, and remove the SY-314 board. CN1803 CN1802 CN1801 CN1501 CN1804 CN1001 Tapes A Tape A CN1002 SY-314 board CN1805 PSW2.6 x 6 2-20 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 61: Bru-300/300P Main Parts

    4. Remove the three screws, and remove the switching power unit. CN1804 CN1501 PSW3 x 8 Switching power unit PSW3 x 8 Tapes A < Bottom view > 6. Reattach the base plate. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.) Insulating cover Tape A Insulating cover 2-21 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 62: Bru-300/300P Boards

    2. Disconnect the flexible flat cables from the connectors (CN4801, CN4804, CN4805, CN4806) on the CN- 2548 board. 3. Remove the six screws, and remove the slot assembly. Slot assembly M3 x 6 CN4805 CN4806 CN4804 MC-66 board CN4801 B3 x 5 B3 x 5 2-22 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 63: Board

    6. Reinstall the CN-2548 board and slot assembly in the steps 2 to 4. reverse order from steps 2 to 5. 6. Reattach the cover panel. 7. Reattach the cover panel. (Refer to step 2 in Section 1-4-1.) (Refer to step 2 in Section 1-4-1.) 2-23 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 64: Board And Sw-120 Board

    11. Reinstall the SW-1207 board to the MC-66 board in the reverse order from steps 8 to 10. 12. Reinstall the MC-66 board in the reverse order from steps 3 to 7. 13. Reattach the cover panel. (Refer to step 2 in Section 1-4-1.) 2-24 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 65: Rm-Br300 Main Parts

    5. Reinstall the MD-131 board in the reverse order from 5. Reattach the outer (upper) assembly. steps 2 to 4. (Refer to step 3 in Section 1-5-1.) 6. Reattach the outer (upper) assembly. (Refer to step 3 in Section 1-5-1.) 2-25 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 66: Sw-1205 Board

    SW-1205 board +B3 x 5 Knobs Outer (upper) assembly Installation 5. Reinstall the SW-1205 board in the reverse order from steps 2 to 4. 6. Reattach the outer (upper) assembly. (Refer to step 3 in Section 1-5-1.) 2-26 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 67: Overview

    . PC (personal computer) OS: Windows NT3.5/4.0 or Windows 95/98/2000/XP 3-1-2. Menu . 3CCD color video camera BRC-300/300P . SIRCS remote commander (Supplied with the BRC-300/ This section partially uses the ANALOG OUT menu of the 300P) BRC-300/300P for adjustments.
  • Page 68: Brc-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block J-6080-806-A ND filter 0.4 Electrical Alignment J-6080-807-A ND filter 0.1 J-6080-808-A ND filter 1.0 ..For white balance check Perform the camera block electrical alignment continuous- ly from Sections 3-2-8 to 3-2-21 in order.
  • Page 69 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment . Oscilloscope J-6082-053-B Camera adjustment commander . 75 Z terminator (Adjusting remote commander) . Frequency counter ..RM-95 partly converted . Digital voltmeter . Vectorscope . Waveform monitor . Color monitor .
  • Page 70 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Vectorscope scale Copy on a transparent sheet according to the screen size of the vectorscope to be used. <For NTSC model> Burst positon <For PAL model> Burst positon BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 71: Connection For Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-2. Connection for Adjustment Interface board Signal generator 3.0 ±0.1 V Duty : 50 % (J-6432-430-A) Pattern box NTSC : 60 Hz / PAL : 50 Hz (PTB-700/PTB-500) CAMERA block Power supply IF-110 DC 9 V...
  • Page 72: Control Software Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-3. Control Software Adjustment Operation The camera block adjustments are performed using the control software installed in a PC (personal computer). 1. Turn on the power of the camera and start up the PC.
  • Page 73: Precaution

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-4. Precaution 1. Adjusting Procedure Perform the adjustments continuously from Sections 3-2-8 to 3-2-21 in order. 2. Subject (1) Color-bar chart (Standard picture frame) Adjust the picture frame as shown in the following figure if adjustments are performed using the color-bar chart.
  • Page 74: Adjusting Remote Commander

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-5. Adjusting Remote Commander 3. Operate the adjusting remote commander as follows. (1) Changing the page The page increases when the EDIT SEARCH + The adjusting remote commander is used for changing the calculation coefficient in signal processing, EVR data, etc.
  • Page 75: Data Processing

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-6. Data Processing The calculation of the DDS display and the adjusting remote commander display data (hexadecimal notation) are required for obtaining the adjustment data of some adjust- ment items. In this case, after converting the hexadecimal...
  • Page 76: Data Initialization Of Pages 8, A, C, D, E, F, 1E, 1F

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-7. Data Initialization of Pages 8, A, C, D, 2. Date initialization of pages 8 and C E, F, 1E, 1F . If “Date initialization of pages 8 and C” is performed, all After replacing the IF-110 board, VISCA CPU (IC403/IF- data of the page 8 and page C will be initialized.
  • Page 77 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3. Date initialization of pages E, F, 1E, and 1F . When reading or writing the data of page 1E or 1F, select page: 0, address: 10, and set data: 01, then select the page E or F. The page 1E or 1F can be chosen by this data setting.
  • Page 78 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 4. Preset data table (NTSC) Page: 8 Page: A 3-12 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 79 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Page: C Page: D 3-13 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 80 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Page: E Page: F 3-14 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 81 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Page: 1E Page: 1F 3-15 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 82 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 5. Preset data table (PAL) Page: 8 Page: A 3-16 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 83 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Page: C Page: D 3-17 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 84 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Page: E Page: F 3-18 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 85 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Page: 1E Page: 1F 3-19 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 86: 66 Mhz/54 Mhz Origin Oscillation Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-8. 66 MHz/54 MHz Origin Oscillation 3-2-9. Video System Adjustments Adjustment . Perform this adjustments after performing “3-2-8. 66 Set the frequency of the clock for synchronization. If the following specified value is not satisfied, the syn- MHz/54 MHz Origin Oscillation Adjustment”.
  • Page 87 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Chroma Output, Cr, Cb Level Adjustment Video Output Level Check Mode Camera Mode Camera Subject Arbitrary Subject Arbitrary Measurement point DD-208 board, pin 8 of CN151 Measurement point DD-208 board, pin 4 of CN151...
  • Page 88: Hall Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-10. Hall Adjustment Check procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure For detecting the position of the lens iris and ND filter, Set the data. adjust AMP gain and offset. If the following specified value is not satisfied, it may cause iris oscillation or Set the data, and press PAUSE button.
  • Page 89: Mr Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-11. MR Adjustment Adjusting procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure The MR (Magnet resistor) adjustment of the inner focus Set the data. lens is carried out automatically. If the following specified value is not satisfied, the subject will be out of focus Set the data, and press PAUSE button.
  • Page 90: Flange Back Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-12. Flange Back Adjustment Settings after adjustment Order Page Address Data Procedure The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out Set the data, and press automatically. If the following specified value is not PAUSE button.
  • Page 91 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Adjusting procedure Flange Back Check Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Siemens star Set the data. (2.0 m from the front of the lens) (Luminance: 350 ± 50 lux) Set the data, and press PAUSE button.
  • Page 92: Picture Frame Setting

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-13. Picture Frame Setting 1. Horizontal period A = B C = D Subject Color-bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) (1.0 m from the front of the lens) Measurement point DD-208 board, pin 4 of CN151...
  • Page 93: Auto White Balance Reference Data Setting

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-14. Auto White Balance Reference Data 3-2-15. MAX GAIN Adjustment Setting Set the minimum illumination of subject. Sets the white balance reference at 3200K to compensate If it is not consistent, the image level required for taking for the unevenness.
  • Page 94: F No. & Nd Light Quantity Compensation

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-16. F No. & ND Light Quantity 3-2-17. LV Reference Data Setting Compensation Adjust the normal coefficient of the light value. Compensate for the unevenness of the light quantity of the iris meter and ND filter.
  • Page 95: Auto White Balance Adjustment

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Settings after adjustment Settings after adjustment Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the data, and press Set the data, and press PAUSE button. PAUSE button. Set the data. Set the data.
  • Page 96 3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment Adjusting procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure White Check that the picture frame is set to the specified position. (Refer to “3-2-13. Picture Frame Setting”.) Set the data. Set the data, and press PAUSE button.
  • Page 97: White Balance Check

    3-2. BRC-300/300P Camera Block Electrical Alignment 3-2-20. White Balance Check c. Data check Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Clear chart Place the ND filter 1.5 (1.0 + 0.1 (Color reproduction adjustment frame) + 0.4) on the lens. Filter Color temperature correction filter C14 Set the data.
  • Page 98: Brc-300/300P Video Output System Adjustment

    S1003-3 on the SY-314 board to . Frequency counter ON. (Refer to Section 1-3-4.) . Waveform monitor . Color monitor BRC-300/300P . SIRCS remote commander (Supplied with the BRC-300/ EX-947 300P) board . Extension board EX-947 S002 The BRC-300/300P video output system can be adjusted without the extension board EX-947.
  • Page 99: Sc Frequency Adjustment

    3-3. BRC-300/300P Video Output System Adjustment 3-4. BRU-300/300P Electrical Alignment 3-4. BRU-300/300P Electrical Alignment 3-3-4. SC Frequency Adjustment 3-4-1. Tools/Equipment Before this adjustment, perform “3-3-3. Internal Color-Bar . SC detection tool Adjustment”. Adjustment Procedure Use the test signal generator TG-7 (SHIBASOKU) or 1.
  • Page 100: Vco Free-Running Frequency Adjustment

    Running Frequency Adjustment”. 2. Check that S3001-2 on the MC-66 board is set as Adjustment Procedure follows: NTSC (BRC-300): OFF 1. Press the ADJ switch S4802 on the CN-2548 board to PAL (BRC-300P): ON display “EVR_BRU no:002 data:xxx”. 3. Set S3501-3 and S3501-4 on the MC-66 board to ON.
  • Page 101: Brbk-301 Electrical Alignment

    In case of the system is uncertain, required for the adjustment in both systems. NTSC: BRC-300 PAL: BRU-300P . SIRCS remote commander (Supplied with the BRC-300/ 300P) . Extension board EX-947 The BRBK-301 electrical alignment can be performed without the EX-947 board.
  • Page 102: Rgb Component Video Output System Adjustment

    “EVR_ANA no:004 OUTPUT 2: VBS data:xxx”. 2. Exit the menu, and turn off the power of the BRC-300/ 4. Adjust “data” using the / button of the SIRCS 300P. remote commander so that waveform level A on the 3.
  • Page 103 GND: RGB/SYNC connector, pin 1 Specification: C = 300 ± 7 mV p-p (PAL) Adjustment item: Data of EVR_ANA no:006 Specification: Flat waveform Flat NTSC NTSC Flat 3. Exit the ADJUST menu, and perform “3-5-4. Compos- ite Video Output System Adjustment”. 3-37 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 104: Ycbcr Composite Video Output System Adjustment

    Specification: A = 700 ± 7 mV p-p (PAL) OUTPUT 2: VBS 3. Exit the menu, and turn off the power of the BRC-300/ 300P. 4. Set the switch S002 on the EX-947 board to ADJ. When the EX-947 board is not connected, set the switch S1003-3 on the SY-314 board to ON.
  • Page 105 Test point: RGB/SYNC connector, pin 6 GND: RGB/SYNC connector, pin 1 Adjustment item: Data of EVR_ANA no:011 D = 75 ± 1 IRE (NTSC) Specification: D = 700 ± 7 mV p-p (PAL) NTSC 3-39 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 106: Brbk-302 Electrical Alignment

    . Frequency counter CN001 . SDI waveform monitor SDI waveform monitor . Color monitor (For SDI input) EX-947 . 3CCD color video camera BRC-300/300P . SIRCS remote commander (Supplied with the BRC-300/ CN002 SERIAL OUT 300P) CN8001 75 Z . Pattern box...
  • Page 107: Vco Free-Running Frequency Adjustment

    1RV8001/SD-50 board Adjusting point: 27000 ± 27 kHz Specification: 5. Turn off the power of the BRC-300/300P. 6. Reset the switch S8001 on the SD-50 board as shown in the figure. S8001 D8001 7. Perform “3-6-4. Output Video Check”.
  • Page 108: Output Video Check

    AP:OK” is displayed. When using another SDI waveform monitor, check 7. Press the BACK LIGHT button of the SIRCS remote that the format matches the format of the BRC-300/ commander to output a video signal from the SDI 300P. OUT connector of BRBK-302.
  • Page 109: Brbk-303 Output Video Check

    1. Connect the equipment and tools as shown in the figure. 3-7-1. Tools/Equipment BRC-300/300P . Color monitor . 3CCD color video camera BRC-300/300P . SIRCS remote commander (Supplied with the BRC-300/ Card slot 300P) . Optical multiplex unit BRU-300/300P 75 Z . Optical fiber cable CCFC-M100...
  • Page 110: Brbk-304 Output Video Check

    3. Check that the images are correctry recorded by the VTR. 4. Display the VIDEO OUT of the BRC-300/300P on the color monitor. 5. Press the DATA SCREEN button on the SIRCS remote commander to display the main menu.
  • Page 111: Troubleshooting

    . The voltage and frequency values described in this section are reference values. Use them as references for troubleshooting. Model Description Page BRC-300/300P a-1. The power indicator does not light and PAN/TILT operations are disabled. a-2. The power indicator lights, but PAN/TILT operations are disabled.
  • Page 112: Brc-300/300P

    4-2. BRC-300/300P 4-2-1. Troubles during Power-on Process of the Unit a-1. The power indicator does not light and pan/tilt operations are disabled. Connect the AC adapter, and supply AC power. Is the AC adapter Check whether +12 V is connected, and is AC power (+12 V) output from the adapter’s...
  • Page 113 SY board failure Is +12 V output (Q1502, Q1503 or the from pins 6, 7 of Q1503 peripheral circuit) on the SY board ? Replace the defective parts or the SY board. SY board failure Replace the SY board. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 114 TILT and SE board motor rotates ? . SE board PH2151 or the peripheral circuit Check above in order from the top to identify the Go to a-4 Go to 1 defective part. (Next page) BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 115 Check above in order from Check above in order from the top to identify the the top to identify the defective part. defective part. SY board failure (IC1019 or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the SY board. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 116 . SY board IC1001 or the peripheral circuit . DR board IC2503 or the peripheral circuit . Check above in order from the top to identify the defective part. Check above in order from the top to identify the defective part. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 117: Image System Troubles

    . FFC between CN801 (CC board) and CN2003 (IF-944 board) Check above in order from the top SY board failure to identify the defective part. (IC1019 or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the SY board. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 118 IF-944 board failure waveform output when (IC2002 or the peripheral measured at the both ends circuit) of C2030 to C2033 on Replace the defective the IF-944 board ? parts or the IF-944 board. Go to 2 (Next page) BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 119 CC board. One of the following is defective. . FFC between CC board and SW board . VIDEO OUT/S VIDEO OUT connector . SW board Check above in order from the top to identify the defective part. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 120: Communication Troubles

    1 of IC2201 on the parts or the CN chassis SW board ? assembly. Check the light-receiving sensors (IC1006, IC1007: SY board and IC2201: SW board) and the subsequent circuits to identify the defective part. 4-10 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 121 CC board ? on the CC board ? parts or the CC board. parts or the CC board. CC board failure (IC011 to IC013, X001, or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the CC board. 4-11 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 122 CC board CC board Check above in order from the Check above in order from the top top to identify the defective part. to identify the defective part. 4-12 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 123: Troubles When Connecting Optional Cards

    Check the FFC between the normally from CN2902 SY board and CN board. and CN2903 on the CN board ? BRBK-301 failure Go to e-1 BRBK-302 failure Go to f-1 BRBK-304 failure Go to h-1 4-13 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 124 Are image data and Check the FFC between sync signals output the SY board and CN normally from CN2902 board. and CN2903 on the CN board ? BRBK-303 failure Go to g-1 4-14 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 125: Camera Block

    4-3. BRC-300 Camera Block The FCB interface fixture board is required to check the camera block. Connect it referring to Section 3-2-2. b-1. No image is output. Is PS151 normal on Replace PS151 on the the DD board ? DD board.
  • Page 126 Is the problem resolved ? Replace the video lens. b-4. The CCD is defective, or has black/white spots or scratches. Prism assembly failure Restart the camera block. Is the problem resolved ? Replace the prism assembly. End when no scratches exist. 4-16 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 127: Bru-300/300P

    (IC3502, IC3503, or the of IC3518 set to “H” peripheral circuit) on the MC board ? Replace the defective parts or the MC board. MC board failure (IC3518 or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective part or the MC board. 4-17 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 128 Is the connector of Remove the dirt or dust. CCFC-M100 clean ? Is the AC adaptor Connect the AC adaptor to the connected to the BRC-300/P, and supply AC BRC-300/P, and power. supply AC power ? MC board failure Is pin 107 of (IC3518, Q4401, or the IC3518 set to “H”...
  • Page 129: Image System Trouble

    Is the pin 44 level circuit) of IC3018 set to “L” Replace the defective on the MC board ? parts or the MC board. MC board failure (IC3018 or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the MC board. 4-19 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 130 ? Then check again. (No noise) (NTSC/PAL). (NTSC/PAL) If normal, check the input system again. MC board failure (IC3001, IC3002, IC3009, or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the MC board. 4-20 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 131: Communication Trouble

    RM-BR300 and this unit and this unit correctly correctly. connected ? Is the FFC between Connect the FFC between the MC and SW boards the MC and SW boards correctly connected ? correctly. RM-BR300 failure Go to d-2. 4-21 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 132: Trouble When Connecting The Optional Card

    One of the following is defective. . Pull-up resistors of pins 5 to 9 and 11 to 13 of IC3518. . IC3518 or the peripheral circuit Check above in order from the top to identify the defective part. 4-22 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 133: Rm-Br300

    (IC5004 or the peripheral signal output from IC5004 circuit) on the MD board ? Replace the defective parts or the MD board. SW board failure (Each LED or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the SW board. 4-23 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 134: Communication Trouble

    Is the FFC between between the MD and SW the MD and SW boards boards. correctly connected ? Is the BRC-300/P used ? Exit the menu, and perform operation checks. Have you exited the The pan/tilt operations are menu on the monitor ? not available while the menu is being displayed.
  • Page 135 IC5004 on the MD board peripheral circuit) identify the defective part. after the button is Replace the defective pressed ? parts or the SW board. MD board failure (IC5004 or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective parts or the MD board. 4-25 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 136: Optional Cards

    BRBK-301 connection AN board 0 V ? Replace the defective failure parts or this unit. Connect this unit to the BRC-300/P or the AN board failure BRU-300/P securely. Replace this unit. AN board failure Does +3.3 V exist in (IC7009, Q7001, Q7003,...
  • Page 137 No RGB/YCbCr image is output. No VBS or Y/C image is output. Check the symptom. Is the clock Is the clock When the BRC-300/P or When the BRC-300/P input to pins A25, D24 input to pin C25 of the BRU-300/P is...
  • Page 138 AN board ? Replace the defective parts or this unit. Connect this unit to the BRC-300/P or the BRU-300/P securely. Replace IC7014 on the AN board. Is the signal output from pin 17 of IC7015 on the AN board ? AN board failure Is +3.3 V input to...
  • Page 139 1 of CN7001and pin 1 of IC7019 and IC7020 IC7019 and IC7020.) on the AN board ? Replace this unit. AN board failure (IC7019, IC7020, or the peripheral circuit) Replace the defective part or this unit. 4-29 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 140: Brbk-302

    Set the switch S8001 on correctly set on the the SD board correctly. SD board ? BRBK-302 connection failure [OK] [NG] Connect this unit securely to the BRC-300/P or the BRU-300/P. Go to 5 (Next page) S8001 SD-50 BOARD (SIDE A) 4-30 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 141 Does D8001 on the SD board light ? Does +12 V exist When the BRC-300/P or in CL8056 on the the BRU-300/P is normal, SD board ? replace this unit. Is the problem resolved after the adjustment in Section 3-6 ?
  • Page 142: Brbk-303

    “L” ? part or this unit. The message “communication error” appears on the The BRC-300/P keeps the STANDBY status. monitor, and the BRC-300/P returns to the STANDBY (The STANDBY lamp keeps lighting.) Turn on the POWER status (the STANDBY lamp lights.).
  • Page 143 MX board (IC9010 or the peripheral . Pattern disconnection circuit) between pin 13 of IC9009 Replace the defective part or and pin 20 of IC9010 on this unit. theMX board. Replace the defective part or this unit. 4-33 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 144: Brbk-304

    Replace the IEEE1394 failure cable connected between this unit and the DV Connect this unit to the device. BRC-300/P or the BRU-300/P securely. DV board failure Does +3.15 ±0.3 V (IC005, Q002, Q003, or exist in L004 on the the peripheral circuit)
  • Page 145 Are signals output (IC401 or the peripheral from pins 130 to 133, circuit) 135 to 138, 140, 141 Replace the defective parts of IC401 on the or this unit. DV board ? Go to 8 (Next page) 4-35 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 146 8 of L503 on the DV board when this unit is connected peripheral circuit) to a DV device ? Replace the defective parts (Differential, amplitude: or this unit. approx. 220 mV) DV board failure Check CN501, and replace CN501 or this unit. 4-36 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 147: Circuit Description

    Section 5 Circuit Description 5-1. BRC-300/300P Circuit Description 5-1-2. IF-944 Board 5-1-1. Camera Block The IF-944 board converts 8-bit Y and C data, sync pulses (HD/VD/FLD) and 13.5 MHz clock from the camera block Lens Block to four LVDS serial signals, and then sends the signals to In the lens block, the video image that is input from the the CC-91 board.
  • Page 148: Cc-91 Board

    Synchronization and Clock The operation of the synchronization circuit during The CC-91 board comprises the following: operation of BRC-300/300P only differs from that with a . LVDS receiver (IC008) combination with BRBK-303 and BRU-300/300P. . Memory controller (IC007), FIFO memory (IC001 to .
  • Page 149: Board/Sw-1204 Board

    Control System The DC-DC converter generates DC voltages required in The microcomputer IC1019 sends/receives commands and BRC-300/300P from the +12 V that is input into the DC status data to/from internal and external circuits using the IN jack. VISCA protocol. It controls the FIFO memory ICs and the...
  • Page 150: Bru-300/300P Circuit Description

    5-2. BRU-300/300P Circuit Description 300P restores 54 MHz clock as the reference signal of BRC-300/300P from the signal that is input through an 5-2-1. MC-66 Board optical fiber cable. The NTSC/PAL mode setting switch S3001-2 is set for The MC-66 board is the core board of BRU-300/300P.
  • Page 151: Cn-2548 Board

    (9600 or 38400 bps) are set by the DIP switch S5003, and are input to the microcomputer. These selections are also provided for BRC-300/300P and BRU-300/300P. Both selections shall be the same in all these three units. The microcomputer makes the LEDs on the operation panel display remote-control result data.
  • Page 152: Brbk-301 (An-22 Board) Circuit Description

    300/300P to output analog GBR/YCbCr/SYNC signals and 300/300P to output the SDI signal. analog composite/YC signals to the 9-pin D-sub connector. The 8-bit Y data and CbCr data sent from BRC-300/300P Analog GBR/YCbCr/SYNC Signals or BRU-300/300P are multiplexed by IC8003. Synchroniz-...
  • Page 153: Brbk-303 (Mx-107 Board) Circuit Description

    IC9002 divides the 54 MHz The timing generator IC303 generates sync signals (FLAT clock into 27 MHz clock and sends it to BRC-300/300P as and FLTT) and clock synchronizing with the frame signal a reference signal from BRU-300/300P.
  • Page 154 It also outputs the additional information data such as time code to the i.LINK packet generator IC401 (2/2). Further, it controls the DV output WIDE_ID flag using the S1_WIDE signal sent from BRC-300/300P or BRU-300/ 300P. The DV CPU IC606 controls the IEEE1394 controller IC506, provides transaction service, and handles AV/C commands received.
  • Page 155: Notes On Repair Parts

    Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of replacement. 2. Standardization of Parts Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those used for the unit. These are because of parts common- ality and improvement. Parts list has the present standardized repair parts.
  • Page 156: Exploded Views

    BRC-300/300P Cabinets 6-2. Exploded Views PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 Part No. SP Description 4-043-045-01 s FOOT(RBR) 4-382-854-01 s SCREW +PSW M3X8(EP-FE/ZN/CM2) 4-644-493-11 s ACE (M2.6), LOCK 7-621-759-40 s SCREW +PSW 2.6X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM) BRC-300/300P...
  • Page 157 BRC-300/300P Tilt Chassis Block PSW2 x 6 PSW2 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 WAVE TYPE PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 20...
  • Page 158 BRC-300/300P Camera Block C156 DD-208 Board R162 R152 R161 DD001 PS151 R151 C183 C154 R160 R153 C182 C164 IC151 IC152 Side A Side B B2 x 3 IC153 B2 x 3 B2 x 3 B2 x 3 B2 x 3...
  • Page 159 BRC-300/300P Camera Block Part No. SP Description A-1058-054-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, LED-418 A-1058-059-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, IF-944 A-1083-444-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CN-2680 A-7012-866-A s PRISM ASSY (SERVICE ASSY) A-7078-849-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, DD-208 A-7078-850-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, IF-110...
  • Page 160 BRC-300/300P Base Cabinet Block WAVE TYPE B3 x 8 B3 x 8 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6 PSW2.6 x 6...
  • Page 161: Bru-300/300P Overall

    7-628-000-05 s +PSW 2X6 3-790-099-01 s SHIELD,S-VIDEO 7-682-248-09 o SCREW +K 3X8 (EP-FE/ZNBK/CM2) 3-854-892-01 s CAP 7-682-546-09 s SCREW +B3X5 7-682-548-09 s SCREW +B 3X8 7-682-947-01 s SCREW +PSW 3X6 7-682-961-01 s SCREW +PSW 4X8 7-685-546-19 s SCREW +BTP3X8 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 162: Rm-Br300 Overall

    A-1058-064-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, MD-131 A-1058-065-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, SW-1205 B3 x 8 1-478-762-11 s CONTROLLER, JOYSTICK 1-818-103-11 s PLUG, CONNECTOR 9P 3-826-969-01 s KNOB, SLIDE 7-682-546-09 s SCREW +B3X5 7-682-548-09 s SCREW +B 3X8 7-682-549-09 s SCREW +B 3X10 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 163 3-854-892-01 s CAP 4-382-854-01 s SCREW +PSW M3X8(EP-FE/ZN/CM2) 8-713-105-37 s SAS-101A 7-621-759-40 s SCREW +PSW 2.6X6(EP-FE/ZNBK/CM) 7-621-772-20 s SCREW +B 2X5 7-621-775-10 s SCREW +B2.6X4 7-624-105-04 s STOP RING 2.3, TYPE-E 7-628-000-05 s +PSW 2X6 7-682-947-01 s SCREW +PSW 3X6 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 164: Electrical Parts List

    6-3. Electrical Parts List (CC-91 BOARD) 6-3-1. BRC-300/300P Ref. No. ----------- or Q'ty Part No. SP Description CC-91 BOARD ----------- C055 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) Ref. No. C056 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) or Q'ty Part No.
  • Page 165 8-719-421-27 s DIODE MA728 IC022 6-706-492-01 s IC TC7SHU04FU(T5RSOJF) D602 8-719-059-53 s DIODE MA3J14700LSO IC023 6-706-478-01 s IC TC7SET08FU(T5RSOJF) IC024 8-759-475-36 s IC TC74LCX08FT(EL) FB001 1-414-445-11 s FERRITE, EMI (SMD) IC025 8-759-672-76 s IC AK9813BF-E2 IC026 6-703-058-01 s IC MSM7654GA 6-11 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 166 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) Q602 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE R095 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) Q603 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE R097 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) Q604 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE R099 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) 6-12 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 167 R258 1-208-635-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/16W (1005) R177 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R259 1-208-635-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/16W (1005) R178 1-218-966-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 12K R260 1-208-635-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/16W (1005) 6-13 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 168 1-208-635-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/16W (1005) R319 1-208-635-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/16W (1005) R320 1-208-635-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 10 1/16W (1005) R323 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R324 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W 6-14 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 169 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 FL2451 1-469-819-22 s FILTER, EMI R2504 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2505 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2506 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 R2507 1-216-809-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/10W 1608 6-15 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 170 1-456-165-11 s COIL, CHOKE (SMD) R2159 1-218-973-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/16W (1005) L2006 1-456-165-11 s COIL, CHOKE (SMD) Q2001 8-729-117-32 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4177 R2001 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R2002 1-218-972-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 39K 1/16W (1005) 6-16 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 171 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD FB2208 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD FB2209 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD FB2210 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD FB2211 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD FB2212 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD FB2213 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD 6-17 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 172 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C1542 1-165-811-11 s CAPACITOR CHIP CERAMIC 22MF B C1543 1-127-692-11 s CAP, CHIP CERAMIC 10MF B 3216 C1065 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C1544 1-127-692-11 s CAP, CHIP CERAMIC 10MF B 3216 6-18 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 173 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R1018 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W IC1019 6-702-624-01 s IC HD64F2377VFQ33V R1019 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W IC1501 8-759-490-69 s IC LM2596SX-3.3 R1020 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608 6-19 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 174 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R1169 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R1100 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R1170 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R1101 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R1171 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) 6-20 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 175 1-218-953-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W R1529 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R1530 1-208-715-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1005) R1531 1-208-909-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 8.2K 1/16W(1005) R1532 1-208-701-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1005) R1533 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) 6-21 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 176: Bru-300/300P

    6-3-2. BRU-300/300P ----------------------- ------------- BRC-300/300P Frame List CN-2548 BOARD ----------------------- ------------- Ref. No. Ref. No. or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description FB001 1-400-795-11 s CORE, FERRITE A-1058-061-A s MOUNTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CN-2548 M001 1-787-172-12 s MOTOR, STEPPING "PAN MOTOR"...
  • Page 177 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C3078 1-100-159-91 s CAP, CERAMIC 22MF B (SMD) 3216 C3559 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C3560 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C3079 1-165-989-11 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 10MF (2012) C3561 1-164-858-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V 6-23 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 178 1-135-960-91 s CAP, CHIP CERAMIC 10MF B(3225) CN4301 1-779-339-21 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P C4039 1-127-692-11 s CAP, CHIP CERAMIC 10MF B 3216 C4040 1-127-692-11 s CAP, CHIP CERAMIC 10MF B 3216 CN4302 1-779-339-21 s CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 30P C4041 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF 6-24 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 179 IC3005 8-759-564-49 s IC TC7W53FU-TE12R L3007 1-412-945-11 s INDUCTOR 3.3UH (2520) IC3006 6-706-489-01 s IC TC7SH32FU(T5RSOYJF) L3008 1-412-945-11 s INDUCTOR 3.3UH (2520) L3009 1-414-754-11 s INDUCTOR 10.0UH IC3007 6-706-478-01 s IC TC7SET08FU(T5RSOJF) L3010 1-414-754-11 s INDUCTOR 10.0UH 6-25 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 180 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) Q4009 8-729-106-60 s TRANSISTOR 2SB1115A R3080 1-218-989-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 1M 1/16W (1005) Q4010 8-729-037-61 s TRANSISTOR UN9113J-(TX).SO Q4401 8-729-117-32 s TRANSISTOR 2SC4177 R3081 1-218-953-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W R3085 1-218-949-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W 6-26 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 181 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R3619 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R3548 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R3620 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R3549 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R3621 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W 6-27 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 182 1-218-973-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 47K 1/16W (1005) R4320 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R4008 1-218-969-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1608) R4321 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) R4009 1-218-974-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 56K 1/16W (1005) R4401 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W 6-28 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 183 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 R4460 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 R4461 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 R4462 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 R4463 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 R4464 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 R4465 1-218-940-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 82 6-29 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 184: Rm-Br300

    1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C5053 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C5054 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C5055 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C5059 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C5062 1-162-964-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 1000PF/50V B C5063 1-164-858-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 22PF/50V 6-30 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 185 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) FB5016 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD R5019 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) FB5017 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD R5020 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) FB5018 1-414-226-21 s INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD 6-31 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 186 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R5136 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R5078 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R5137 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R5079 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R5138 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W 6-32 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 187 6-500-204-01 s DIODE CL-190UB2-X-T D6012 6-500-204-01 s DIODE CL-190UB2-X-T D6013 6-500-204-01 s DIODE CL-190UB2-X-T D6014 8-719-063-83 s LED SML-510MWT86 D6015 6-500-204-01 s DIODE CL-190UB2-X-T D6016 6-500-204-01 s DIODE CL-190UB2-X-T D6017 8-719-063-83 s LED SML-510MWT86 D6018 8-719-063-83 s LED SML-510MWT86 6-33 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 188 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE R6025 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W Q6002 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE R6026 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W Q6003 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE Q6004 8-729-928-81 s TRANSISTOR DTC144EE R6027 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W 6-34 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 189 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE (WITH LED) R6084 1-218-941-81 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100,1/16W (1005) S6015 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE (WITH LED) R6085 1-216-819-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 680 1/10W 1608 R6086 1-216-813-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 220 1/10W 1608 S6016 1-771-884-31 s SWITCH, TACTILE (WITH LED) 6-35 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 190: Brbk Series

    1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF C7051 1-135-342-11 s CAPACITOR,SOLID ELECT 56MF C7052 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V C7053 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V C7054 1-115-339-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 0.1MF/50V C7055 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C7056 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V 6-36 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 191 1-164-872-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 82PF/50 IC7009 8-759-521-35 s IC TL5001CD C7121 1-164-872-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 82PF/50 IC7010 8-759-521-35 s IC TL5001CD C7122 1-164-872-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 82PF/50 IC7011 6-706-209-01 s IC MAX5184ETG+TG069 C7123 1-127-760-11 s CAPACITOR,CERAMIC 4.7MF/6.3V 6-37 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 192 1-208-687-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 1.5K 1/16W (1005 Q7003 8-729-823-82 s TRANSISTOR FP101 R7058 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) Q7004 8-729-823-82 s TRANSISTOR FP101 R7059 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R7060 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) 6-38 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 193 1-208-699-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1005) R7113 1-208-675-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 470 1/16W (1005) R7114 1-208-719-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 33K 1/16W (1005) R7173 1-208-699-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 4.7K 1/16W(1005) R7115 1-208-707-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 10K 1/16W (1005) R7116 1-208-715-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 22K 1/16W (1005) 6-39 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 194 6-804-418-03 s IC EPCS1SI8N-SDI-V102 C8053 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V IC8006 8-752-078-32 s IC CXB1341R C8054 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V IC8007*2 8-759-649-45 o IC SN74AHC1G04DCKR C8055 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V *1 8-759-271-86 s IC TC7SH04FU 6-40 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 195 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R8097 1-218-953-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 1K 1/16W R8037 1-208-647-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 33 1/16W (1005) R8098 1-218-957-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W(1608) R8038 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R8099 1-218-957-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 2.2K 1/16W(1608) 6-41 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 196 1-164-874-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 100PF C9052 1-164-874-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 100PF C9053 1-165-884-91 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 2.2MF(1608) C9054 1-165-884-91 s CAPACITOR, CERAMIC 2.2MF(1608) C9055 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF C9056 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF C9057 1-164-943-11 s CAPACITOR,CHIP CERAMIC 0.01MF 6-42 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 197 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R9011 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R9012 1-208-701-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1005) R9013 1-208-701-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 5.6K 1/16W(1005) R9014 1-208-691-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/16W(1005) R9015 1-208-691-11 s RESISTOR CHIP 2.2K 1/16W(1005) 6-43 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 198 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C212 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C414 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C213 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C415 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C214 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V C416 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V 6-44 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 199 1-414-398-11 s INDUCTOR (SMD) 10UH C617 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V L301 1-414-398-11 s INDUCTOR (SMD) 10UH C618 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V L302 1-412-940-21 s INDUCTOR 1.2UH (2520) C619 1-125-777-11 s CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0.1MF/10V L303 1-414-398-11 s INDUCTOR (SMD) 10UH 6-45 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 200 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R301 1-218-961-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 4.7K 1/16W R073 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W R302 1-218-949-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 470 1/16W R074 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R303 1-218-965-11 s RESISTOR, CHIP 10K 1/16W 6-46 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 201 1-218-990-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 0 1/16W (1005) R605 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005) R606 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005) R607 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005) R608 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005) R609 1-218-941-11 s RESISTOR,CHIP 100 1/16W (1005) 6-47 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 202: Supplied Accessories

    6-4. Supplied Accessories ------------------------------------- --------------------------------- Supplied Accessories for BRC-300/300P Supplied Accessories for RM-BR300 ------------------------------------- --------------------------------- *A:[BRC-300(J)] *A:[RM-BR300(J)] *B:[BRC-300(UC)] *B:[RM-BR300(UC)] *C:[BRC-300P(CE)] *C:[RM-BR300(CE)] *D:[BRC-300(UC) and BRC-300P(CE)] Ref. No. Ref. No. or Q'ty Part No. SP Description or Q'ty Part No. SP Description...
  • Page 203 In addition, for semiconductors with ID Nos., refer to the separate CD-ROM titled “Semiconductor Pin Assignments” (Sony Part No. 9-968-546-xx) that allows searching for parts by semiconductor type or ID No. The semiconductors in the manual or on the CD-ROM are listed by equivalent types.
  • Page 204 SN75C1168NS(R) ........... SN75C1168NS SN75C1168NSR ............SN75C1168NS GP1S092HCPI ..............MR010-08 TA79L05F(TE12L) ............. NJM79L09UA TC74HC4053AFT(EL) ..........MC74HC4053F TC74HC4066AFT(EL) ........... CD4066AE TC74LCX00FT(EL) ............TC74HC00P TC74LCX02FT(EL) ............TC74HC02P TC74LCX04FT(EL) ............TC74HC04P TC74LCX08FT(EL) ............TC74HC08P TC74LCX245FT(EL) ..........TC74HC245P TC74LCX541FT(EL) ..........MC74HC541N TC74LCX574FT(EL) ..........TC74HC574P BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 205 TXIN8 _ 1 TXOUT1 TXIN18 TXIN15 TXIN14 TXIN13 TXIN12 TXIN9 TXIN8 REFRESH CONTROL COUNTER REGISTERS SDAEN TXIN1 _ 1 TXIN0 _ 1 TXOUT0 TXIN7 TXIN6 TXIN4 TXIN3 TXIN2 TXIN1 TXIN0 TO ALL MODULES TIMING PLRTY AND LOGIC RESET CONTROL BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 206 : CONFIGURATION DATA MSEL0, MSEL1 : MODE SELECT : TEST CLOCK : TEST DATA : TEST MODE SELECT OUTPUTS : CHIP ENABLE : TEST DATA INPUTS/OUTPUTS CONF DONE : CONFIGURATION STATUS DCLK : CLOCK : I/O STATUS : CONFIGURATION STATUS BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 207 : DON’T CARE HI-Z : HIGH IMPEDANCE : NO CONNECTION OR CONNECTED TO DRIVER OFF DIN1 DOUT1 DOUT2 DIN2 DIN3 DOUT3 FORCEOFF INVALID AUTO POWER DOWN FORCEON ROUT1 RIN1 ROUT2B ROUT2 RIN2 ROUT3 RIN3 ROUT4 RIN4 ROUT5 RIN5 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 208 : PULSE RAS4 RAS5 : ROW ADDRESS STROBE : READ TEND0 TEND1 : DMA TRANSFER END TMO0, TMO1 : COMPARE MATCH TXD0 - TXD3 : TRANSMIT DATA UCAS : UPPER COLUMN ADDRESS STROBE WDTOVF : WATCHDOG TIMER OVERFLOW BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 209 OUTP — OUTN 1.2 V REF REFO CURRENT- CREF SOURCE ARRAY REFR INPUT OUTPUT LATCHES DECODE LATCHES OUTP SWITCHES OUTN INPUT OUTPUT LATCHES DECODE LATCHES S-80828CLUA-B6NT2G (SEIKO INSTR) VOLTAGE DETECTOR —TOP VIEW— 1: OUT 2: V 3: GND BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 210 (R0 - R7) V LEVEL 35 - 42 BD0 - BD7 CONVERTER COLOR BURST SUBCARRIER GENERATOR GENERATOR RGB/YUV CONVERTER YUV/RGB CONVERTER VSYNC L HSYNC L SYNC GENERATOR CSYNC L C CONTROL TEST CONTROL TIMING CONTROLLER BLANK L LOGIC LOGIC CLKX2 BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 211 DA0 - DA7 : ADDRESS AND DATA ID0 - ID3 : DV DATA TEST0 - TEST7 : TEST TMP0 - TMP3 : TEST MODE PIN TPA_, TPA+, : TWISTED-PAIR CABLE TPB_, TPB+ OTHERS R0, R1 : EXTERNAL CURRENT SETTING RESISTOR BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 259 FLEXIBLE CN1801 CN802 SCL0 SCL0 SDA0 SDA0 PROM_LOAD PROM_LOAD XOPT XOPT MEM_EN MEM_EN HN005 NTSC_PAL NTSC_PAL CN2501 CN1002 INT/EXT INT/EXT HSYNC HSYNC VSYNC VSYNC FLEXIBLE MOTOR_VM12V MOTOR_VM12V MEMCON_TITLE MEMCON_TITLE MOTOR_VM12V MOTOR_VM12V MEMCON_TITLE_BACK MEMCON_TITLE_BACK MOTOR_VM12V MOTOR_VM12V ENC_TITLE ENC_TITLE ENC_TITLE_BACK ENC_TITLE_BACK CS_MEM_CON CS_MEM_CON +5AV +5AV...
  • Page 261 HN201 CN5002 CN5004 CN6001 CH_1B CH_1B CH_1A CH_1A KEY_POWER CH_2B CH_2B KEY_POWER CH_2A CH_2A KEY_CAMERA1 KEY_CAMERA1 CH_3B CH_3B KEY_CAMERA2 KEY_CAMERA2 CH_3A CH_3A KEY_CAMERA3 KEY_CAMERA3 KEY_CAMERA4 KEY_CAMERA4 KEY_CAMERA5 KEY_CAMERA5 KEY_CAMERA6 KEY_CAMERA6 KEY_CAMERA7 KEY_CAMERA7 LED_PANEL_P1 LED_PANEL_P1 KEY_F1 KEY_F1 CN5005 KEY_F2 KEY_F2 DTR IN KEY_F3 KEY_F3 DSR IN...
  • Page 266 R2152 R2157 L2151 R2151 R2155 R2153 R2159 C2151 C2152...
  • Page 267 R2503 C2518 C2519 C2521 C2520 R2501 C2513 C2501 IC2501 C2516 IC2502 C2517 C2503 C2502...
  • Page 269 CN1802 CN1801 R1174 R1175 CN1803 S1005 R1114 C1092 R1210 R1111 C1093 R1209 R1107 R1109 R1105 R1104 R1103 R1102 R1100 C1087 C1085 R1098 R1191 R1101 R1188 R1099 R1095 R1187 R1093 R1094 R1091 IC1017 R1119 R1186 IC1019 D1012 R1089 R1092 R1189 R1190 C1078 C1032 C1086...
  • Page 270 D2221 C2204 L2202 R2207 R2202 R2203 R2205 R2206 D2205 FB2219 D2216 FB2217 D2219 C2226 FB2216 FB2220 D2220 D2218 D2213 D2217 FB2213 FB2212 C2218 D2215...
  • Page 273 C4035 C4037 R3110 C3091 C4036 R3511 C4038 R3628 C3535 C3538 C3539 R3624 C3533 C3540 C3541 R3513 R3622 R3620 R3514 R3618 R3616 R3612 R3610 R3609 R3608 R3607 R3605 R3604 R3630 R3603 C3566 R3627 R3601 R3686 R3625 R3599 R3623 R3597 R3619 R3596 R3617 R3592 R3613...
  • Page 274 CN4806 CN4805 CN4804 CN4801...
  • Page 276 C5002 C5001 R5001 R5142 C5037 R5140 C5035 R5138 C5032 FB5019 FB5018 FB5017 FB5016 FB5015 FB5014 R5049 FB5013 Q5003 R5064 D5003 C5023 IC5005 IC5006 R5112 R5110 R5113 R5111 C5065 FB5010 C5066 FB5009 IC5011 C5067 FB5008 C5068 FB5007 FB5020 FB5021 D5004 FB5006 C5041 R5148 C5040...
  • Page 291 Bei geöffnetem Laufwerk und beschädigter oder deaktivierter Verriegelung tritt ein unsichtbarer Laserstrahl aus. Direkter Kontakt mit dem 0.15 µ F 1.5 k Z voltmeter Laserstrahl ist unbedingt zu vermeiden. (5.25V) Earth Ground Fig A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage. BRC-300/300P BRU-300/300P...
  • Page 292 BRC-300 (UC) BRC-300P (CE) BRU-300 (UC) Printed in Japan Sony Corporation BRU-300P (CE) E 2004. 8 08 PSNC BCC Image Sensing Products Div. 9-955-470-02 ©2004...

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