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PDP-503CMX
Multimedia & Web Training Department
545 Nolan Drive Suite 100
Southlake, Texas 76092

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  • Page 1 Product Training Guide PDP-503CMX Multimedia & Web Training Department 545 Nolan Drive Suite 100 Southlake, Texas 76092...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ……………………….…….. 3 New Functions…………………4-7 Controls & Connectors…………………41-45 Basic Specifications.……………... 8 Normal Operation & Menu Modes……46-65 New Features ….………………..…. 9-18 Integrator Modes………………………...66-93 Main PCB layout………….…………19 Disassembly……………………………...94-97 Overall Block………………..…20-21 Overview…………………………..…22 Factory Service Modes………………….98-132 Video Card………………………...…23-24 Adjustments……………………………..133-145 RGB Block……………………….…..25-28 PCB Locations………………………….146 Digital Video………………………...29-30 Shut Down &...
  • Page 3: Preface

    Safety information harm. (California Health and Safety Code Section 25249.5). Important safety data for this Pioneer model is contained in the service manual. Before returning the unit to the customer, complete all product safety obligations and tests.
  • Page 4: New Functions

    List of New Functions 1. Out of Menu Mode AUTO SET UP • A function to adjust SCREEN mode automatically. • The results of the adjustment is reflected on SCREEN value in Menu Mode. • It functions only in case of PC signal input. (INPUT 1 or 2). POINT ZOOM •...
  • Page 5 2. In Menu Mode AUTO FUNCTION PURECINEMA • A function to switch to this input automatically, when a signal is • A function to convert 480i to 480P based on 2-3 pull-down data. inputted to the input which was selected by this setting. •...
  • Page 6 3. Integrator Menu OFF TIMER • A function to switch to Stand-by mode after a set time. INVERSE • A function to control burned display by reversing output picture. • This setting has OFF, • The setting has ON or OFF. TIMER (1 to 24H/ every 1H) •...
  • Page 7 4. Service Factory Menu 5. RS-232C Displaying / Setting Pulse Meter Picture mute ON/OFF setting • A function to display or set the present pulse meter. • A function to set Picture MUTE on or off. • The display is ten million unit •...
  • Page 8: Basic Specifications

    Basic Specification PDP-502MX/MXE PDP-503CMX PDP-433CMX (Current model) Screen size 50inch 50inch 43inch Aspect ratio 16:9 16:9 16:9 Number of pixels 1280(H) 768(V) 1280(H) 768(V) 1024(H) 768(V) Pixel pitch 0.858 mm (RGB) 0.808 mm 0.858 mm (RGB) 0.808 mm 0.930 mm (RGB ) 0.698 mm...
  • Page 9: New Features

    NEW Features/Benefits • PDA-5002 – When installed it adds Video, YC, and DVI input, as well as enabling High Definition. – Card manufactured PDA-5002 and supported by Pioneer.
  • Page 10 Rear View & Terminals 503CMX RGB/BNC*5 In x1 RGB/D-Sub In x 1 RGB/D-Sub Out x1 Audio/Mini LR In x1 Audio/Mini LR Out x1 Speaker LR x1 Control RS-232C/D-Sub 9 x1 SR/Mini In+Out x 1 Combi/Mini Din 6 In/O x1 PDA-5002 DVI-D In x1 YC/S VHS In x1 Composite/BNC In x1...
  • Page 11 DVI-D interface for PDA-5002 There are two types of DVI interface; DVI-D and DVD-I. PDA-5002 has DVI-D input. Which means this terminal can only accept Digital RGB signal. Also the cable must be DVI-D cable. (Yellow square) DVI-I cable can not be used for PDA-5002.
  • Page 12: New Features

    Technical explanation on the new features. - Higher luminance and contrast - realized Higher luminance is by changing the cell structure. 2. Technical explanation on the new features. 2. Technical explanation on the new features. - Higher luminance and contrast - - Higher luminance and contrast -...
  • Page 13 Deep Waffle Rib Structure: realises even higher light emission efficiency For the PDP-503, Pioneer’s further improved this technology by making each individual cell deeper. Deep Waffle Rib Structure (Deep Encased Cell Structure) The new cell structure has a greater light emission area, so this results in even higher light emission efficiency—50% higher than our previous model .
  • Page 14 UV discharges and reradiate the energy as visible light to produce the colors that appear on the screen. Sustain electrode Address electrode Pioneer Method [B-C] Initialization discharge (Reset) charges the electric at [F] Address discharge selects the cells +/- electrodes, activating required for emission by clearing the...
  • Page 15 Improvement of gradation reproduction in low brightness range Improvement of gradation reproduction in low brightness range General PDP New CLEAR drive system General PDP New CLEAR drive system 16 times 16 times (lowest 5% range) (lowest 5% range) Input Input 12 steps 200 steps 768 steps (grayscale/ NTSC)
  • Page 16 CLEAR driving method: the way to increase gradations CLEAR driving method: the way to increase gradations 502MX: 12 sub-field x 2 (Field-to-field offset alternating) x 16 (Dither & Error dispersion) = 384 gradations 503CMX: Sub-field Field-to-field offset alternating Dither & Error dispersion Total gradations x 32 = 832 x 32...
  • Page 17 We alternatively call it “Continuous Emission Display Technology”) Even with dark images, detailed patterns are faithfully reproduced. Pioneer CLEAR drive Conventional PDPs exhibit rough gradations in the low brightness range, so image quality in dark areas is inferior. Pioneer’s gradation slope is much smoother.
  • Page 18 CLEAR sub-field driving method CLEAR sub-field driving method Continuous Emission Display Technology Reset Address Sustain BIT NOLSB 2BIT 3BIT 4BIT 5BIT 6BIT 7BIT 8BIT 9BIT 10BIT11BIT MSB › › › Continuous › › › light emission › › › › ›...
  • Page 19: Main Pcb Layout

    Main PCB Layout PDP503CMX Resonance Assy Power Supply Address Modules Scan Modules V-Mid Clamp PCB X-Drive Y-Drive Audio Assy Digital Video Assy Address Modules RGB Assy Input Assy Video Card...
  • Page 22: Overview

    Overview PDP-503CMX. – Audio/FAN/ FAN (AXM1040) RGB Assy (AWZ6632) Digital video Assy (AWV1903) Temp3 * RGB decoder for video signal RGB I/O Assy (AWZ6631) * Dither/Error dispersion MX Audio Assy IN1 RGBin * A/D converter * IN1/2 Terminals * Sub-Filed conversion (L/R)
  • Page 24 Video Card (PDA-5002) Input 3 : YC using a "S" connector and audio RCA X 2. Input 4 : Composite in and out using (BNC) connectors and audio RCA X 2. Input 5 : DVI-D (Digital Visual Interface-Digital Host Only) Audio can be connected to the main stereo mini Jack for inputs 1 and 2.
  • Page 25 RGB Block Main IC’s Function/Control IC5505 Main System Microprocessor Module CPU, Wide Control CPU, Input frequency sync detect, RS232 control, Remote & key control, input switching, Fan control and Thermal sensor monitor IC4803 Sync Processing Generates sync for OSD with no input, separates and processes all sync inputs except DVI and sets clamp levels for sync output to I/P selector IC...
  • Page 26 Terminator IPKILL(68) CS(67) FILM(70) HWR(66) RD(65) RES(62) in 5 Video DVI in UD[8:15] Digital RGB UA[0:20] CLP1(278) CLP2(279) YI[0:7] YI[0:7] HBLK1(280) PBI[0:7] PBI[0:7] VBLK1(282) PR[0:7] PR[0:7] VD_AD(53) YP[0:15] YP[0:15] PBP[0:15] PBP[0:15] PRP[0:15] PRP[0:15] HI(168) HI(57) VI(167) VI(58) FI(166) FI(64) HP(55) HP(170) DIVOUT HD_AD(52)
  • Page 27 HD_U(140) VD_U(139) ULK_PLL(30) OSD_RXD(21) OSD_CLK(22) OSD_CE(23) HWRB(301) RDB(302) RESETB(303) CS4B(1) MCLKO(152) CLK2A(247) H(119) VI(31) FI(118) HD_W(117) VD_W(34,73) DE_W(33,72) φ(88) WACT_FRCT(32) OSD_V(49) D_CLK(63) D_RXD(61) OSD_CE (45) DPMS(7) H_SYNC(5) WU_CE(47) WU_CE(29) H_SYNC(6) RY/BY(102) AUDIO_NC(42) CS_FLASH(69) A13_FLASH(70) (E)SDA(82) FWE(68) FEW_CE(60) (E)SCL(81) WAIT_FLASH(102) MD2(69) EEPRST(83) MD2(125) RST_WU(70)
  • Page 28: Rgb Block

    RGB Block Signal Flow Inputs 1 or 2 from the I/O assy if RGB go directly to IC4603 (RGB A/D converter), if the signals are component they enter IC4402 and then converted to RGB and sent to IC4603. After A/D conversion takes place from IC4603 the now Digital 8-bit RGB is sent onto IC5001 &...
  • Page 29 Digital video circuit block - Digital video circuit block - Sub-field conv(Left) Data left Data left 2ch 10bit RGB R2 - D2 Sub-field conv(Right) 25-44 GA/B 4 - 22 BA/B Data Right Data Right R3- D3 Sync 1 - 20 RA/B DRV signal sequencer DRV control signals...
  • Page 30 Digital Video Assembly The 2 phase 10 bit RGB signal, sync, data and clock lines input the Digital Video Assembly from the RGB assembly. The signals pass through the line buffer and into IC1301 and IC1410 (sub-field Data Generators) where the address data is generated and sent out to the left section and right section address connectors A-D.
  • Page 31 Y drive circuit block - Y drive circuit block - Scan logic Reset pulse gene Logic Block Sus pulse gen Sus pulse gen Sus mask Block Detect over current of 15V or Vcp. Voffset gene Detect over current D-D conv over voltage of Vofs/ Vh/IC5V.
  • Page 32 Y- Drive Block The Y- Drive PCB receives Scan and Y – Drive signals from the Digital Video Assembly’s drive sequence generator. Scan signals are processed by the logic block and sent out to the upper and lower scan drive assembly’s. The Y – Drive signals ( YSUS up, YSUS down, YSUS B plus and YSUS ground are also sent to the logic block.
  • Page 33 X drive circuit block - X drive circuit block - Sus pulse gen Logic Block Sus pulse gen Sus mask Block -Reset pulse gen Detect over current of 15V or Vcp. Detect over current of reset pulse. Detect over current. Over voltage of Vrn.
  • Page 34 X- Drive Block The X- Drive PCB receives X – Drive signals from the Digital Video Assembly’s drive sequence generator. The X – Drive signals ( XSUS up, XSUS down, XSUS B plus and XSUS ground are sent to the logic block.
  • Page 35 - Sub Address circuit block - - Sub Address circuit block - ADR K power down detection Power Detect over current of Vadr line. Supply Detect Stop of Vadr pulse Digital Video Assembly Address Resonance Assembly Detect current load of ADR IC. ADR load detect Limit the number of adr data pulses.
  • Page 36 Sub Address Block The two Sub Address Circuits are located just above and below the address driver connect assembly’s ( between B & C connectors ). See the overall block Diagram for locations. The upper and lower sub address circuits monitor the current draw of the 60 volt supply to the address drivers.
  • Page 37 Address resonance/V mid clamp circuit block - Address resonance/V mid clamp circuit block - ADR resonance assy Vadr(60V) K3- VM* 2 DGND To Bridge/ 3 ADRGND Clamp assy 4 V MID 5 V ADR...
  • Page 38 Address Resonance & V-Mid Assembly’s The two Address Resonance circuits are located next to each Sub Address PCB and the V-Mid circuit is located just to the right of the power supply PCB. In later production models the V-Mid assembly will be located on the power supply bracket.
  • Page 39 - MX audio circuit block - - MX audio circuit block - IC8703 12 11 Detect DC on output line FAN speed control...
  • Page 40 Fan Drive & Audio Block The fan drive circuit is located on the Audio MX assembly. Physical location between the RGB and the X-Drive assembly’s. In normal operation the two fans are off. The Main Microcomputer on the RGB board (IC5505) monitors temperature sensor three and when the temperature reaches 35°...
  • Page 41: Controls & Connectors

    Controls and Connectors Controls and Connectors Operation panel on the main unit Main unit Main unit Note When optional speakers have been connected, the operation panel on the main unit will not be operable. Main unit Operation panel on the main unit Display stand STANDBY/ON button Press to put the display in operation or standby...
  • Page 42: Controls & Connectors

    Connect a speaker whose impedance is 8 -16 Ω. 232-F standard). (See “5.5 RS-232C Adjustment Mode”) CONTROL IN/OUT (monaural mini jacks) For connection of PIONEER components that bear INPUT1 (mini D-sub 15 pin) the Î mark. Making CONTROL connection enables For connection of components that have RGB or...
  • Page 43: Controls And Connectors

    Controls and Connectors Video Card <PDA-5002> Section # INPUT2 (BNC jacks) For connection of components that have RGB or INPUT5 (DVI-D jack) component output jacks such as a personal Use to connect a computer. computer, DVD player, or external RGB decoder. Note: This unit does not support the display of copyguard-protected video signals.
  • Page 44: Pin Layout

    Controls and Connectors Pin layout INPUT 1 (Mini D-sub, 15-pin connector; female) RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin connector; male) pin layout pin layout Note : Standard VGA connector (plug and play supported). Note : Plasma communicates as a DCE derice. $ INPUT1 input terminals % INPUT1 output terminals Pin No.
  • Page 45 Remote Control Unit Remote Control Unit SCREEN SIZE button Press to select the screen size. INPUT buttons Use to select the input. , and are used when the PDA-5002 is connected.) MENU button Press to open and close the on-screen menu. ADJUST (5/∞/3/2) buttons Use to navigate menu screens and to adjust various settings on the unit.
  • Page 46 Normal Operating Mode Normal Operating Mode About normal operating mode Normal operating mode enables the following: 1 Input switching • Pressing one of the INPUT buttons, 1 to 5 Input switches over to the selected input. • Pressing the INPUT button on the operating panel of the main unit This switches the input to the next input.
  • Page 47 Normal Operating Mode 4 Volume adjustment/Muting • Push the VOLUME + button on the remote control. = The volume increases. • Push the VOLUME – button on the remote control. = The volume decreases. = Each time the button is pushed, it switches from MUTING •...
  • Page 48 Menu Mode Menu Mode About menu mode 1) How to enter/exit menu mode • To enter menu mode and display the menu screen (refer to section 5.3.2, “Example of menu mode operation”), press the MENU button on the remote, or on the operating panel of the main unit while in normal operating mode. To return to normal operating mode, press the MENU button again.
  • Page 49 Menu Mode Example of menu mode operation Adjusting contrast is shown below as an example of basic operation in menu mode. Switch the display on the menu screen Step (activating menu mode). Main unit Remote control unit MAIN MENU INPUT4 PICTURE SET UP OPTION...
  • Page 50: Make Adjustments

    Menu Mode Select BRIGHT. Step Remote Main unit control unit MAIN MENU INPUT4 ‘ ‘ PICTURE SET UP OPTION CO NT RAS T B R I GHT . CO LOR T I NT S H ARP RE S E T SELECT ENTER EXIT...
  • Page 51 Menu Mode Settings in menu mode 1) Rewriting the input display The content displayed onscreen can be rewritten when input is changed. Where INPUT1 is normally displayed, for example, could be changed to display the name of a peripheral device, such as COMPUTER.
  • Page 52 Menu Mode Setting POWER MANAGEMENT and AUTO POWER ON/OFF To save electricity, this function automatically shifts the device into power-saving mode when no picture (sync) signal is detected. • If not using this power-saving function → select OFF. • To enter power standby if no input signal is detected after 8 min →...
  • Page 53: Setting The Color Temperature

    Menu Mode Setting the color temperature # The color temperature for the video input signal can be set. Set all the INPUT settings, 1~4, in accordance with the following. • LOW: Equal to -3000k • MID LOW: Equal to -2000k •...
  • Page 54 Menu Mode Reducing digital noise # The setting for the digital noise reduction function can be changed to improve the S/N rate when there is video signal input. Set all the INPUT settings, 1~4. Set-able condition : Video signal input Factory preset : LOW 1 Select SET UP.
  • Page 55 Menu Mode Setting HIGH CONTRAST # This is a function that, for video signal input, emphasizes brightness by adjusting the pictureí-s intermediate brightness. When using software involving many dark scenes or when using the unit in a bright environment, set HIGH CONTRAST to ON.
  • Page 56 Menu Mode Setting PURECINEMA # The PURECINEMA function automatically determines picture signals taken at 24 frames per second (such as movie films) and changes the picture signal to a progressive one by means of 2-3 pulldown processes. For the standard PURECINEMA function, select HQ.
  • Page 57 Menu Mode Setting the color system # INPUT 3 and 4 automatically determine the various television systems used in countries around the world. CAUTION This unit does not handle PAL-M and PAL-N systems. Normally, this function is set to COLOR SYSTEM: AUTO (for automatic determination). However, it sometimes does not properly reproduce VTR signals with repeated dubbing and the like (resulting in lack of color, etc.).
  • Page 58 Menu Mode Setting the clamp position Simultaneous input of RGB (G ON SYNC) signals and sync signals may produce brightness inappropriately, resulting in an overly bright screen or images with a greenish cast. If this occurs, select CLAMP POSITION: LOCKED. Normally, the setting may be left on CLAMP POSITION: AUTO.
  • Page 59 Menu Mode Setting 3D Y/C separation # The INPUT4 image input unit is equipped with a 3D Y/C separation circuit, the operation of which can be set. When reproducing still images, which involve no movement, select 3D Y/C MODE: STILL. Set-able condition : INPUT 4 and NTSC Factory preset...
  • Page 60 Menu Mode Settings for peripheral equipment In accrodance with input signal frequency, this unit automatically identifies pesonal computer signals and video signals from DVD players and the like. Although it is equipped with function for identifying the resolution of personal computer signals, the automatic signal identification function will not operate for the following signal input: a) 31.5kHz horizontal/60Hz vertical and b) 48.4kHz horizontal/60Hz vertical or 56.5kHz horizontal/70Hz vertical.
  • Page 61 Menu Mode Setting the input signal format # When a video signal is input to INPUT 1 or 2, settings must be made in keeping with peripheral devices in order to handle RGB and component picture signals. Make all settings for INPUT 1 and 2 in accordance with the following. Example: = select VIDEO SIGNAL: RGB.
  • Page 62 Menu Mode Setting the power control This function reduces power consumption and panel deterioration by controlling screen brightness in accordance with the input signal. = select POWER CONTROL: STANDARD. For a bright, easy-to-see screen = select POWER CONTROL: MODE1. To reduce power consumption To reduce panel deterioration, such as burning in = select POWER CONTROL: MODE2.
  • Page 63 Menu Mode 1 Select OPTION. 2 Move the cursor to POWER CONTROL and use the SET button to change the setting. Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change as follows: STANDARD = MODE 1 = MODE 2 =···. Screen 1 M A I N M E N U I NPUT 1...
  • Page 64 Menu Mode Setting automatic input switching Using AUTO FUNCTION to detect the signal for the set input makes it possible to automatically switch to that input. INPUT 4 cannot be selected if PDA-5002 is not mounted. Factory preset : OFF 1 Select OPTION.
  • Page 65 Menu Mode Setting audio output Either FIXED or VARIABLE can be selected for the volume of sound output obtained from the AUDIO OUTPUT terminal. 1 Select OPTION. 2 Move the cursor to AUDIO OUT and use the SET button to change the setting. Each time the SET button is pressed, the setting will change between FIXED and VARIABLE.
  • Page 66: Integrator Modes

    Integrator Mode Integrator Mode About the integrator mode 1) How to enter integrator mode • Place the unit in integrator mode by doing the following: Procedure: In standby, switch on power to the unit using the e remote control or the operating panel of the main unit, as follows: MENU button = POWER button (This procedure should be complete in three seconds.)
  • Page 67: Integrator Mode

    Integrator Mode Example of integrator mode operation An example of adjustments of CONTRAST in the integrator mode is discussed below. Put the unit into standby, and do the Step following. Remote Main unit control unit I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1 –...
  • Page 68 Integrator Mode Select BRIGHT. Step Remote Main unit control unit ‘ ‘ I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1 – – PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN SET UP OPTION N T R S T 1 2 8 1 2 8 V E N AN D E AU L T SELECT ENTER...
  • Page 69 Integrator Mode Adjustments and settings in integrator mode For detailed information, see 5.4.2, “Example of integrator mode operation.” Adjusting PICTURE (picture quality) The items that can be adjusted here are CONTRAST, BRIGHT, COLOR, TINT, H.ENHANCE, V.ENHANCE, H.SHARP and V. SHARP. These differ somewhat from the items that can be adjusted in menu mode (see the instruction manual). 1 Enter integrator mode and switch to the input (INPUT 1~5) Screen 1 you want to adjust.
  • Page 70 Integrator Mode Adjusting WHITE BALANCE The items that can be adjusted here are R HIGH, G HIGH, B HIGH, R LOW, G LOW and B LOW. 1 Enter integrator mode and switch to the input (INPUT 1~5) Screen 1 you want to adjust. I NTEGRATOR MENU –...
  • Page 71 Integrator Mode Adjusting SCREEN (screen position) The items that can be adjusted here are H.POSITION, V.POSITION, CLOCK, PHASE and V.SIZE. 1 Enter integrator mode and switch to the input (INPUT 1~5) Screen 1 you want to adjust. I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1 –...
  • Page 72 Integrator Mode Setting the 4-screen display (2x2 mode) This function is for large screen display involving four units. (No consideration has been given to joints.) For 4-screen display, set 2x2 to ON and then set LAYOUT in keeping with the positioning illustrated below. Regular display 4-screen display UP LEFT...
  • Page 73 Integrator Mode Setting brightness enhancement at screen center This function improves and enhances the brightness of the center of the screen. To emphasize screen brightness = set to ON = set to OFF To equalize screen emphasis Factory preset : OFF 1 Enter integrator mode.
  • Page 74 Integrator Mode Setting the high-vision screen mode (HDTV MODE) # This function sets the screen to match the high-vision picture signals that are input. When the high-vision picture signal is 1125i (1035i) = set to 1035i When the high-vision picture signal is 1125i (1080i) = set to 1080i Set-able condition : For 1125i/60Hz signal input Factory preset...
  • Page 75 Integrator Mode Setting component input # INPUT 1 and 2 handle two kinds of component picture signals. Set them in accordance with the peripheral devices used. Make each of the settings for INPUT 1 and 2, in accordance with the following. For Y Pb Pr input (from high-vision devices, etc.) = select VIDEO INPUT: COMPONENT1 = select VIDEO INPUT: COMPONENT2 For Y Cb Cr input (from DVD players, etc.)
  • Page 76 Integrator Mode Adjusting SUB VOLUME This item adjusts the sound input level for each input. It is convenient for adjusting levels between different sources (such as DVD players, personal computers, etc.). First release sound silencing. Then, enter integrator mode and adjust appropriately. 1 Enter integrator mode.
  • Page 77 SUB VOLUME (INPUT4) #..Pin jack This unit is equipped with 3 audio input systems. <PDP-503CMX/PDP-503MXE> 1 AUDIO INPUT (INPUT1, 2 and 5): Stereo mini jack = Is selected in common when PICTURE INPUT 1, 2 or 5 has been selected.
  • Page 78 Integrator Mode Setting the OSD display This function suppresses the OSD display (INPUT display, etc.) in normal operating mode. Even while OSD is OFF, the following OSD displays are possible. 1 MENU display (menu mode and integrator mode) 2 Warning just prior to AUTO POWER OFF or power management function operation 3 Warning from self-diagnosis function when interior temperature of set has become high 4 Announcements while KEY LOCK is in effect and KEY LOCK/UNLOCK setting displays 5 Display calls (including)
  • Page 79 Integrator Mode Setting the baud rate When controlling or adjusting the unit from a PC, the RS-232C port can be set to one of six communication speeds (baud rates): 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 and 38400BPS. Factory preset : 4800BPS 1 Enter integrator mode.
  • Page 80 Integrator Mode Setting OFF TIMER This function automatically puts the power supply on standby status after a set time has elapsed. To alleviate screen burn-in, the full mask can be displayed for a set time before standby status goes into effect. If settings are made as follows, TIMER: ON DISPLAY TIME: 10H...
  • Page 81 Integrator Mode Setting FULL MASK This function uses the PDP internal signal to display the entire screen as one color: red, white, green or blue. For settings other than FULL MASK: OFF, external input signals cannot be displayed. It is an emergency measure for handling screen burn-in (although it cannot completely eliminate it). For details, see 5.8, “Regarding the problem of images become burnt onto the screen.”...
  • Page 82 Integrator Mode Adjusting SIDE MASK This item adjusts the brightness of 4:3, DOT BY DOT and other non-image parts around the screen. Brightness can be adjusted separately from RGB. When making adjustments, pay attention to the brightness balance between the picture signals displayed and the adjoining sets.
  • Page 83 Integrator Mode Setting MASK CONTROL When MASK CONTROL is set to ON and image size is DOT BY DOT or 4:3, the display position of non-image parts around the screen will change slightly each time the power is applied to prevent screen burn-in. When MASK CONTROL is OFF, the display position will remain stable.
  • Page 84 Integrator Mode Setting ORBITER MODE This function moves the screen’s display position little by little over time. (Around every 8 minutes, the position is shifted horizontally and vertically 1 bit each (range: ±3 bits). When ORBITER MODE is set ON, it will work to reduce the occurrence of screen burn-in when still images are displayed.
  • Page 85 Integrator Mode Setting INVERSE MODE (negative-positive inversion) This function is for negative-positive inversion of displayed images. It is an emergency measure for handling screen burn-in occurring when still images are displayed (although it cannot completely eliminate it). Factory preset : OFF 1 Enter integrator mode.
  • Page 86 Integrator Mode Setting COLOR MODE In addition to values for normal operation (COLOR MODE1), this unit has independent and separate PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values set to be optimal for TV studio retakes (COLOR MODE 2). (See 5.4.4, “PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values memory area tables.”) Change the settings to suit your usage purpose.
  • Page 87 Integrator Mode Setting MIRROR MODE This function permits displayed images to be reversed in various ways. = MIRROR MODE: OFF Normal playback = MIRROR MODE: X Left-right reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: Y Up-down reversed playback Up-down, left-right reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: XY Left/right reversed playback Normal playback...
  • Page 88 Integrator Mode Setting the cooling fan control formula The back of the main unit is equipped with cooling fans. This function switches the control formats of the cooling fans. = select AUTO To use the internal temperature sensor to automatically control fans To set a fixed number of maximum revolutions (thus cutting automatic control) = set MAX (NOTE) The MAX setting is useful when special installation applies.
  • Page 89 Integrator Mode Assigning a name to the monitor One name can be assigned per set. &&& &&& Factory preset PLASMA 1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1 (See 5.4.1, “About the integrator mode.”) I NTEGRATOR MENU I NPUT 1 – – PICTURE WHITE BAL SCREEN...
  • Page 90 Integrator Mode Assigning an ID Here, an ID is assigned necessary for making adjustments in RS-232C adjustment mode. For details, see 5.5, “RS-232C adjustment mode.” Factory preset : – – 1 Enter integrator mode. Screen 1 I NTEGRATOR MENU – –...
  • Page 91 Integrator Mode Input settings when using a video card other than the PDA-5002 Make settings in accordance with the input signals from the video card provided. For details, see the instruction manual on video cards. (NOTE) These items cannot be set if no video card has been provided or the PDA-5002 has been provided. (Items will not be displayed.) Factory preset : VIDEO (RGB)
  • Page 92 Integrator Mode Simple checking of internal temperature This function enables the unit’s internal temperature to be easily checked using the level meter indicator. = internal temperature is normal. When the indicator is green When the indicator is yellow or red = internal temperature is slightly high. Turn OFF the power supply once, confirm installation status immediately, and then use air conditioning or the like to counteract the heat radiation.
  • Page 93: Integrator Modes

    Integrator Mode Checking the accumulated ON time This function displays the accumulated time (in 1-hour units) for which the unit has been receiving power. CAUTION The accumulated time does not include the time when the unit is in standby mode. Screen 1 1 Enter integrator mode.
  • Page 94: Disassembly

    PDP-503CMX, PDP-503MXE, PDA-5002 DISASSEMBLY SW Power Supply Module Remove the Rear Case (50M).(Screws × 20) Insert it and reduce the Clamper. Insert the SW Power Supply Module into the slit ×2 ×2 ×2 ×2 of Sub Frame L and R.
  • Page 95 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 DIGITAL VIDEO Assy Remove the Rear Case (50M). (Screws × 20) Remove the DIGITAL VIDEO Assy. (Connector, Circuit Board Spacer × 6) Remove the SW Power Supply Module. (Connector, Screws × 4) Remove the Terminal Panel M. (Screws × 11) Remove a screw of earth block.
  • Page 96 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Y DRIVE, SCAN (A), (B) Assy Remove the Rear Case 50 (M). (Screws × 20) Remove the three screws. Remove the Y DRIVE Assy. (Connector, Screws × 8) Y DRIVE Assy ×2 ×2 Front Case 50 (M) Loosen a rivet.
  • Page 97 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 X DRIVE Assy Diagnosis of the Video Card (PDA-5002) Remove the Rear Case (50M). (Screws × 20) Remove the Rear Case (50M). (Screws × 20) Remove the X DRIVE Assy. (Connector, Screws × 8) Remove the Video Card. (Screws × 2) Remove the SLOT CONNECTOR Assy from the RGB Assy and reconnect it with the Jig Cable (GGD1035).
  • Page 98 PDP-503CMX, PDP-503MXE, PDA-5002 ADJUSTMENT SERVICE FACTORY MODE Perform the operations of Service Factory mode using the Remote Control Unit provided with the Plasma Display (AXD1459). State Transition Diagram Normal Operation At standby Mode (within 3 sec.) "Menu" key (AA8B) STANDBY/ON (AA1C) ‘...
  • Page 99 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 • AXD1459 (PDP-503CMX) POWER POWER MENU SCREEN DISPLAY CALL SIZE SCREEN SIZE FULL AUTO FULL AUTO ZOOM ZOOM DISPLAY CALL SURROUND MUTE MODE MUTE SOUND AUDIO SOUND VOLUME MENU VOLUME AV MEMORY SURROUND MODE AV SELECT AUDIO • AXD1432 •...
  • Page 100 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Caution of Operation of the Remote Control Unit • In the service factory mode, use the key which does not exist in a remote control unit (AXD1459) attached to this product as the direct selection key of item when selects each item. These keys can use with the attached remote control units (AXD1432 and AXD1673) in the PDP-501HD and PDP-502HD.
  • Page 101 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Adjustment Items Table of Service Factory SLOT Adjustment Range Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation (OFFSET Reference Value) Y-DELAY REF/OFS-SLOT-1 0 to 15 [8] YOUTLEV Y-OUT LEVEL REF/OFS-SLOT-2 0 to 63 [32] TINT CD TINT...
  • Page 102 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 COLOR TEMP (VIDEO OPTION) Adjustment Range Name OSD Display Name RS-232C Command Service Factory Operation (OFFSET Reference Value) COLOR COLOR VOP-CT-3 0 to 255 [128] IC102 TINT TINT VOP-CT-4 0 to 255 [128] MCONTRAST CONTRAST VOP-CT-1 0 to 255 [128]...
  • Page 103 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Display Description of Service Factory Menu 1. In Adjustment Item ∗ O F S – S L O T – – I N 4 – 0 4 – Display color : White Halftone : Blue (second row/15th row...
  • Page 104 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 2. INFORMATION ∗ I N F O – – I N 4 – 0 2 – V E R S I O N ∗ ∗ ∗ M A I N U C O M ∗ ∗ ∗ W I D E U C O M ∗...
  • Page 105 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 3. OSD Display in INFORMATION VERSION ∗ I N F O – – I N 4 – 0 2 – V E R S I O N ∗ ∗ ∗ M A I N U C O M ∗...
  • Page 106 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 TEMPERATURE ∗ I N F O – – I N 4 – 0 2 – • Each display is the value of A/D input or D/A output of the microcomputer (0 to 255). T E M R A T •...
  • Page 107 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 4. REFERENCE ∗ R E F – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Halftone : Blue (Second row / 15th row for each 5th to 36th columns) R G B 1 Basic Operation •...
  • Page 108 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 REFERENCE — RGB1 ∗ R E F – R G B 1 – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 109 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 REFERENCE — RGB2 ∗ R E F – R G B 2 – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 110 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 REFERENCE — DIGITAL ∗ R E F – D I G – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 111 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 REFERENCE — SLOT (At Connected SLOT ST1) • This mode is effective for SLOT ST1 only in connection ∗ Display color : White R E F – S L O T – – I N 4 – 0 2 –...
  • Page 112 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 5. OFFSET ∗ O F S – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) R G B 1...
  • Page 113 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 OFFSET — RGB1 ∗ O F S – R G B 1 – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 114 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 OFFSET — RGB2 O F S – R G B 2 – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns)
  • Page 115 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 OFFSET — DIGITAL ∗ O F S – D I G – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 116 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 OFFSET — SLOT (At Connected SLOT ST1) • This mode is effective for SLOT ST1 only in connection ∗ O F S – S L O T – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White...
  • Page 117 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 6. VIDEO OPTION V I D E O O P T – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns)
  • Page 118 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Operating specification • Start from SIDE MASK LEVEL (Key 1) when shifted to this setting screen. However, the movement original item to be selected when shifted from the lower layer. • When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.
  • Page 119 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 SIDE MASK LEV. Adjustment ∗ V O P – M A S K – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 120 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 COLOR MODE2 Adjustment ∗ V O P – M O D E 2 – – I N 4 – 0 2 – COLOR MODE indication of second row/35th columns displays the default. (It is not controlled with the COLOR MODE in adjustment.)
  • Page 121 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 COLOR TEMP Adjustment Display color : White ∗ V O P – M I D – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) ∗...
  • Page 122 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 7. INITIALIZE ∗ I N I T – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns) C O L O R...
  • Page 123 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Operating specification • Start from COLOR DET (Key 1) when shifted to this setting screen. However, the movement original item to be selected when shifted from the lower layer. • When each key was pressed, follow the required operation.
  • Page 124 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 : YES/NO selection ∗ I N I T – – I N 4 – 0 2 – : Store the SET DATA at YES selection and shift to INIT screen. Hold the NOW DATA at NO selection and shift to INIT screen.
  • Page 125 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 16. MEMO: Display and edit the memo data. <MEMO/SELECT> ∗ • Select MEMO to edit with 5∞ keys. I N F O – – I N 4 – 0 2 – • Shift to the <MEMO/EDIT> screen with the SET key.
  • Page 126 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 FINAL SETUP Details Items Initial Setting Remarks Key Remote control input Power supply (STANDBY/ON) NO CARE Input function INPUT1 VIDEO WIDE (In the video signal input) Every each input function 1 DOT BY DOT (In the PC signal input) Every each input function...
  • Page 127 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Items Initial Setting Remarks FULL MASK R LEVEL Default value SIDE MASK G LEVEL Default value B LEVEL Default value Set is common MASK CONTROL ORBITER MODE INVERSE MODE COLOR MODE MODE1 Set is common MIRROR MODE FAN CONTROL AUTO &&&PLASMA&&&...
  • Page 128 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 MASK1 ∗ I N I T – M A S K – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns)
  • Page 129 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 MASK2 ∗ I N I T – M A S K – – I N 4 – 0 2 – Display color : White Half tone : Blue (second row / 15th row for each 5 to 36th columns)
  • Page 130 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Cassification 1 of Input Signal Mode (VIDEO) INPUT5 V. Frequency H. Frequency Display Pixel (DVI input) SIG Mode Signal Type OSD display fv (Hz) fh (Hz) Number Correspondence 1280 × 768 (100% tentative) • 984 × 768 4 : 3 •...
  • Page 131 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Classification 2 of Input Signal Mode (PC) INPUT5 V. Frequency H. Frequency Display Pixel SIG Mode Signal Type OSD Display (DVI input) v (Hz) h (Hz) Number Correspondence 640 × 400 1280 × 768 × (non-correspondence) 20 • 2 FULL 24.8...
  • Page 132 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 INPUT5 V. Frequency H. Frequency SIG Mode Signal Type OSD Display Display Pixel (DVI input) v (Hz) h (Hz) Number Correspondence 1024 × 768 81 • 1 4 : 3 (TYPE) 1152 × 864 ? (correspondence) 53.7 1280 × 768 81 •...
  • Page 133: Adjustments

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED WHEN THE SET IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED RGB Assy Y DRIVE Assy When repaired When repaired 1. Adjustment is impossible if replacing the Matrix IC or 1. VOFS/VH/IC5V voltage adjustment AD/PLL/AMP IC. 2. Timing adjustment of pulse module 2.
  • Page 134: Adjustments

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 ADJUSTMENT Video Card Adjustment • Adjust after replacement of IC's. • Perform adjustments from step 1 to step 6 every each input signal. NTSC SECAM 443NTSC PALM PALN NTSC INPUT4 INPUT3 Adjustment Input Measuring Adjusting Step Control Adjusting Method...
  • Page 135: Video Card

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Operating Check After each adjustment was completed, confirm the following signals are output correctly. • INPUT3 input signal • INPUT4 input signal • INPUT5 input signal • Signal distinction circuit operation • Audio signal VIDEO CARD (PDA-5002) CN7401...
  • Page 136 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Main Unit Adjustment VOFS/VH/IC5V Voltage Adjustment Adjusting Point Adjusting Method Input Signal VOFS (Offset voltage) adjustment Method 1 1. Write down a adjustment value of V-OFFSET of REF-DIG mode in the factory mode. 2. Set this adjustment value to center (128).
  • Page 137 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Sustain Pulse Waveform Adjustment Adjusting Point Adjusting Method Input Signal REF_DIG mode in Factory mode X-SUS-B, Y-SUS-B Adjustment White 100% X-SUS-B : key 9 Set to the indicated value with a key on the remote control unit. Y-SUS-B : key 11 (Refer to "Timing adjustment of control signal of X and Y Drive Assys".)
  • Page 138: White Balance Adjustment

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 White Balance Adjustment • Video Card (PDA-5002) is necessary for white balance adjustment for Video signal of RGB Assy. • Adjust with Video system signal (525i) and RGB (PC VGA) signal. • Adjust so that the Red and Blue signals becomes the same level and amplitude by reference with Green signal.
  • Page 139 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Input Signal Step Adjusting Method Adjust the black level of Red and Blue Adjust the signal amplitude of Red and Blue signals to reference with black level signals to reference with signal amplitude of Green signal of Green signal...
  • Page 140: Color Balance Adjustment

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Input Signal Step Adjusting Method AD B LOW adjustment Measure the black level (0IRE) of Blue signal at K4604, and adjust so that the level of AD B LOW to match the black level (0IRE) of Green signal which measured with step 10 of video signal.
  • Page 141 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Timing Adjustment of X and Y DRIVE Assys Control Signal Adjustment Method CR delay circuit is each inserted on signal path of four control signals (SUS-U, SUS-B, SUS-D, SUS-G) driving the pulse module. Quantity of delay can adjust pulse module of one side with VR.
  • Page 142 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Measuring Waveform of Pulse Module Timing Adjustment Timing adjustment of the pulse module control signal adjusts with the sustain pulse of eighth pulse (X DRIVE) and the ninth pulse (Y DRIVE) from the back of 6SF. Measuring point of waveform...
  • Page 143 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 SUS-D Adjustment (Y DRIVE) SUS-U Adjustment (Y DRIVE) 1ms/div 1ms/div Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block 5µs/div 5µs/div Magnification Magnification 1ms/div 1ms/div Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block 500ns/div 200ns/div Magnification Magnification 1ms/div 1ms/div Magnify 6SF block Magnify 6SF block...
  • Page 144 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 SUS-B Ground Timing Adjustment It is necessary to make this adjustment when replacing the X or Y DRIVE Assy and the pulse module. Measurement point and method Measurement point of waveform of X and Y DRIVE Assy in timing adjustment is test pin of SUSOUT of the pulse module of bottom of the main unit.
  • Page 145 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Y DRIVE Assy X DRIVE Assy K2720 K2716 K3708 K3213 (PSUS) (VH) (VRN_OVP) (1/2VSUS) K2218 K3214 K2215 K2217 K3702 K2717 K3707 (1/2 VSUS) (SUSGND) (SUS_B) (SUS_U) (SUS. GND) K3706 (VH CONT) (VRN) (X DC-DC PD) K2214 (SUS_G) K2216...
  • Page 146: Digital Video

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 GENERAL INFORMATION PCB LOCATION CLAMP A Assy ADR CONNECT A Assy DIGITAL VIDEO Assy BRIDGE A Assy ADR CONNECT B THERMAL Assy SENSOR SUB ADDRESS A Assy Assy RESONANCE Assy SCAN (A) Assy ADR CONNECT C Assy Y DRIVE...
  • Page 147: Shut Down & Power Down

    PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 SHUT DOWN/POWER DOWN DIAGNOSIS BY LED DISPLAY When internal circuit abnormality and other operation abnormality occurred from this unit, self-diagnose display function by STANDBY/ON (LED) indicator is loaded. Each NG point by LED blinking and a PD (power down) point are as follows.
  • Page 148 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Block Diagram of Shut Down Signal System...
  • Page 149 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Shut down diagnosis 1 Panel microcomputer NG When a module microcomputer failed in communication with a panel microcomputer, this NG occurs. Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection. Abnormality to expect Open / Short of communication line in the Assy...
  • Page 150 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 5 FAN NG When a fan does not function, this NG occurs. Shut down after OSD display for 30 seconds from the NG detection. * FAN NG detection functions only in case of following. • When FAN CONTROL setting is maximum WAR N I NG •...
  • Page 151 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Block Diagram of Power Down Signal System...
  • Page 152 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Kind and function of the various protection circuit (P.D. circuit) Red LED Kind of P.D. Assy Name OSD Display Number of Remarks Function Circuit Blinks Y-DRV VCP OCP P.D. by VCP overcurrent VOFS OVP P.D. by VOFS overvoltage VOFS UVP P.D.
  • Page 153 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Diagnosis Method in Power Down 1st/2nd/time stamp are stored eight times of power down in the past. 1 OSD display of PD history Display with "INFORMATION" of the factory menu. Display of PD point Power Down Point OSD Display ∗...
  • Page 154 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002...
  • Page 155 PDP-503CMX, PDA-5002 Block diagram for Power supply section SW POWER SUPPLY MODULE Y DRIVE ASSY VOFS VOFS DC/DC -45V Converter +B395V VSUS AC IN Power Factor VSUS DC/DC 100 - 240V Control Converter 225V VH DC/DC 130V Converter VADR VADR DC/DC...