SAFETY INFORMATION CAUTION This service manual is intended for qualified service technicians; it is not meant for the casual do-it-yourselfer. Qualified technicians have the necessary test equipment and tools, and have been trained to properly and safely repair complex products such as those covered by this manual. Improperly performed repairs can adversely affect the safety and reliability of the product and may void the warranty.
Laser diode characteristics Wave length: DVD:660 nm to 670 nm CD:780 nm to 800 nm Focus lens on Maximum output: CD:6.26 mW(Emitting period :9 sec.) DVD:1.27 mW (Emitting period : unlimited) Additional Laser Caution Transistors Q1103 and Q1104 in PCB drive the laser diodes for DVD and CD respectively.
[Important Check Points for Good Servicing] In this manual, procedures that must be performed during repairs are marked with the below symbol. Please be sure to confirm and follow these procedures. 1. Product safety Please conform to product regulations (such as safety and radiation regulations), and maintain a safe servicing environment by following the safety instructions described in this manual.
1. SERVICE PRECAUTIONS 1.1 SERVICE PRECAUTIONS 1. You should conform to the regulations governing the product (safety, radio and noise, and other regulations), and should keep the safety during servicing by following the safety instructions described in this manual. 2. Be careful in handling ICs. Some ICs such as MOS type are so fragile that they can be damaged by electrostatic induction.
EJECT LOCK MODE for DVD mechanism In order to change the EJECT LOCK/UNLOCK status of the mechanism, please perform following procedure. < Procedure > Top Menu -> AV Source -> Source OFF Short push area "1" -> Short push area "2" -> Long push area "3" on above screen. (In order to change the status, follow the same operation.) The current status can be confirmed by "OFF"...
2. SPECIFICATIONS 2.1 SPECIFICATIONS AVIC-X930BT/XNUC, AVIC-X9310BT/XNUC Display General Screen size/aspect ratio: Rated power source....14.4 V DC ....6.1 inch wide/16:9 (allowable voltage range: 10.8 V to 15.1 V DC) Effective display area: ....137 mm × 72 mm Grounding system....Negative type Maximum current consumption Pixels ...........
AVIC-X930BT/XNUC, AVIC-X9310BT/XNUC Subwoofer: FM tuner Frequency......50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/100 Hz/ Frequency range....87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz 125 Hz Usable sensitivity...9 dBf (0.8 µV/75 , mono, Slope........–18 dB/oct S/N: 30 dB) Gain ........–24/+6 dB Signal-to-noise ratio..72 dB (IEC-A network) Phase .........Normal/Reverse Distortion ......
AVIC-F930BT/XNAU Colour system ......PAL/NTSC compatible General Tolerable temperature range: Rated power source....14.4 V DC Power on ......–10 °C to +60 °C (allowable voltage range: Power off ......–20 °C to +80 °C 10.8 V to 15.1 V DC) Angle adjustment ....
AVIC-F930BT/XNAU Region number ....... 4 Output power ......+4 dBm Max. Signal format: (Power class 2) Sampling frequency ..44.1 kHz/48 kHz/96 kHz FM tuner Number of quantisation bits ..........16 bit/20 bit/24 bit; linear Frequency range..... 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz Frequency response....
2.2 DISC/CONTENT FORMAT The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Pioneer Corporation is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
2.3 PANEL FACILITIES Checking part names and functions This chapter gives information about the names of the parts and the main features using the buttons. AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-X9310BT button Press to display the map screen while Press the button to activate voice op- the navigation function screen is dis- erations.
Press and hold the Detach button, and AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-X9310BT : Multi-control (Volume knob/ /MUTE) slide it down. AVIC-F930BT : Multi-control (Volume knob/ /MUTE) Rotate to adjust the AV (Audio and Video) source volume. Press the center of Multi-control to hear the route guidance.
3. BASIC ITEMS FOR SERVICE 3.1 CHECK POINTS AFTER SERVICING To keep the product quality after servicing, please confirm following check points. Procedures Item to be confirmed Confirm whether the customer complain has The customer complain must not be been solved. reappeared.
3.2 PCB LOCATIONS DVD Core Unit Connect PCB IF PCB Keyboard PCB AV Unit CC Monitor Unit (Service) SD PCB Unit Number : CWN5681(UC) : CWN5684(AU) Unit Name : AV Unit IF Unit Consists of Keyboard PCB IF PCB SD PCB Unit Number : CWN5866(UC) : CWN5869(AU) Unit Name...
Jigs List Name Jig No. Remarks DISC GGV1025 Skew adjustment, Check points after servicing, Inspection method of Pickup Unit DISC TCD-782 Inspection method of Pickup Unit 20P FFC Extension Cable GGF1158 AV UNIT <---> IF PCB 40P FFC Extension Cable GGD1170 AV UNIT <--->...
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM 4.1 OVERALL CONNECTION DIAGRAM Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or "ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST". RCA TER JA18 CN5607 SD CARD Connector CC MONITOR UNIT (SERVICE) CODE ASS'Y PS/IF SECTION CDE9389 CN18...
CODE ASS'Y MIC ASS'Y POWER SUPPLY TERMINALS CPM1083 UC : CDP1307 AU : CDP1306 IP-BUS IN RCA TERMINAL FUSE SYSTEM P.BREAK REVERSE REMOTE SPEED RR- RL+ ILM ACC B.UP PULSE JA1891 JA1001 JA2351 JA1831 UC only AV UNIT PS/IF SECTION DVD MECHA SYSTEM uCOM SECTION MODULE...
4.3 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM FIGURE AV UNIT BUPV :POWER SUPPLY :Model & Delivery 0.5 A/1.6 W 0.11 A/1.045 W AD3V(Reg) VDD5(Reg) BH30NB1 Constant WHFV PowerSupply5V 5 LEVEL SHIFT BD3931HFP GYRO Sens TC74VHCT541AFST CSX1147 PLLON XV8100CB 2 mA 10 000 uF/16 V 3.0 V±0.15 V TYP:1.7 mA SWVDD5...
G Sensor GYRO Sensor Temp Sensor ADS7828E S-58LM20A-N4 CSX1149 CSX1147 LIS344ALH XV8100CB 3.0 V±0.15 V 3.0 V(2.4 V–3.6 V) 3.0 V(2.7 V–5.5 V) 3.0 V TYP:1.7 mA TYP:0.68 mA TYP:0.0045 mA (2.7 V–3.6 V) MAX:0.85 mA MAX:0.006 mA TYP:0.225 mA MAX:0.32 mA RESET IC S-80929CNMC...
TO IF PCB CCD5/CCD3 LTC3850IGN 5.21 V:Max1.6 A 3.43 V:Max1.36 A CCD5 FET(7 A) BUPV CCD3 NAVION5, DDCLK2 RF5V±0.25 V max300 mA 0.8 A/1–1 TU5(Reg) 300 mA/1 NJM2846DL3-05 TUON1 (1 A/2–18 W) 400 mA/2.68 W ACC84(Reg) 8.4V NJM2388F84 ACCPW5 AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
TO IF PCB 100 mA 1500 mA TO CC MONITOR UNIT 1360 mA ax300 mA FM/AM Tuner 0.8 A/1–10 W (Silicon Tuner) 300 mA/1.05 W Silicon Tuner PowerSupply RF5 V±0.25 V 300 mA(MAX) E-VOL 8.4 V typ:66.8 mA PML020A max:86.3 mA AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
(1 A/2–18 W) AV4. 134 mA/0.9 W NJM2 AU84(Reg) 450 mA (Center V 8.4 V NJM2388F84 SYSPW5 MAX 120 mA TO CC MONITOR UNIT ILMV SOC 250 mA CEK1276 LS1VDD (D/D) BUPV 5V LT3505 VD5CONT System microco MT81V(D/D) 8.1 V BD9781HFP SOC 3.15 A 1.506 A...
MUTE Circuit 5.7 mA Guide, P-Amp. RN4982*3 AV4.3(4.2 V) typ 3 mA NJM2125F max 5 mA 1.6 mA max NAVI ISOLATOR (Center Voltage for Audio) BA4558RFVM SELECTOR AK4223VQ GND SELECT 1 mA max typ:33 mA RN4982 max:50 mA IMH23 TOR UNIT MAX 461 mA TYP 220 mA DVD MECHANISM...
CC MONITOR UNIT From AV UNIT CCD5 IC4205 CCD1.2 V CCD12 LTC3412A PRE_ON 1.5k 1.5k IC4219 BD6522 Q4214 CCD3IOON PLL_ON IO_ON PLL_ON Q4218 CCD25 IC4204 CCD2.5 V LTC3412A IO_ON NAND3 IC4361 NAND3 S-1132B33-M5 PRE_ON CCD3 IC4209 LCD25 LCD25 NJM2878F3-25 AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
IC4001 SiRF_Prima TT4421 3.3 V VDD_LVR 2.3 V–3.6 V TYP:1 mA 3.3 V VDDIO_RTC 3.3 V(2.3 V–3.6 V) TYP:1 mA 1.2 V CORE VDD_PRE 1.2 V±0.06 V TYP:50 mA 1.2 V VDD_PDN 1.2 V±0.06 V TYP:800 mA Q4217 PLL12 1.2 V VDDA_PLL 1.2 V±0.06V TYP:10 mA VDD_PLL 1.2 V±0.06 V TYP:10 mA PLL_ON...
Sequence generation IC4208 LCD15 IC4216 LCD15 RST1 NJM2878F3-15 PRE_ON 3.0 V IC4217 RST2 IO_ON 3.5 V IC4281 RST3 PLL_ON 4.4 V Q4209 X_SD_VCC_O (for SiRFprima IC4211 VD18 VD18 NJM2878F3-18 IO_ON PWRBL IC5508 BL DRIVER OZ9990IRN MBLPW IC3300 LED DRIVER GREEN NJU6062V BLUE ILMV...
LCD15 Ipod 3.3 V(1.8 V–3.6 V) authenticatrion MAX:10.0 mA 3.3 V IC4701 (2.0B_Class4) 341S2162 R4381 AC97-CODEC 3.3 V(A) 3.3 V(2.7 V–3.6 V) IC4654 3.3 V(D) MAX(A):13.6 mA WM1616LGEFL MAX(D):18.4 mA 3.3 V SD Slot 3.3 V(2.7 V–3.6 V) Micro MAX:200 mA X_SD_VCC_ON (for SiRFprima) VIDEO-Decoder...
IF PCB IF PCB FROM AV UNIT CCDIO3 NKBUP SWVDD33 CCD5 100 mA 10 mA 100 mA 100 mA 1500 mA K-MODE UC only CAN-BUS IR-REMOTE Circuit RS-470 2 mA EU5 only AU only GPS-RF GRF3I- GPS33 0336B BU33TA2WNVX TYP:14.9 mA MAX:15.4 mA GPS_SAMPLE buffa _CLK...
5.2 INSPECTION METHOD OF PICKUP UNIT Disc to be used CD-DA: TCD-782 DVD-Video: GGV1025 Execution method Replace the PICK UP START SKEW ADJ. LD turned on? Check parts Check point: Check point: RF level check LD current check AS MAX check LD current check Is it OK? Is it OK?
LD current check Check Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current GGV1025 DVDLD1-VCC5_3 60 - 390 (mV) 10 - 65 (mA) Expansion NO. Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: LD current TCD-782 CDLD1-VCC5_3 150 - 900 (mV) 10 - 60 (mA) Expansion Notes: Please pay attention to the laser diode damage by static electricity.
ASMAX check ASMAX value shows the value of RF level. Status: [Foucs closed] of TEST MODE Disc Check Point Threshold Remarks: 8 digits value of Only four last digits are more than GGV1025 ASMAX displayed according to on display 0000 0B00 the product.
Check 1: Standby OK? <Check> Check the voltage at the “STANBY” test point while the power is on. Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference. Specification value Check point Module No. Unit STANBY-DGND1 VCC33 V- 0.6 V or more Side A DGND1 STANBY...
Check 2: Is VDD5 (VCC33, VCC12) power supply voltage OK? IC1401 FLASH power supply (Data) VCC33 (= 3.3 V) IC1402 FLASH power supply (Program) IC1004 IC1481 SDRAM power supply 3.3 V output regulator IC1501 DV5U power supply IC1005 VCC12 (= 1.2 V) IC1501 DV5U power supply DC/DC converter 1.2 V output...
Check 3: Reset OK? <Check> Check the voltage at the “XRES” test point while the power is on. Use the “DGND1” test point at the reference. Check point Module No. Specification value Unit 1 XRES-DGND1 VCC33 × 0.7 or more Side A DGND1 NRES...
Check 4: Is VSENS OK? CN1901 HOST I/F IC1501 R1004, DV5U R1007 IC1004 Regulator IC1005 VCC12 DC/DC converter STANBY XRES Fig 4.1: Power supply configuration and VSENS <Check> Check the voltage at the “VSENS” test point while the power is on. Use the “DGND1”...
Check 5: 27 MHz Normal? <Outline> Each clock is created inside the IC1501 using the 27 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501). IC1501 DVD-LSI OSCO X1501 27 MHz OSCI crystal VCC33 VCC12 Fig 5.1: Clock configuration <Check method> Turn the power on, and check with DGND being the reference. In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of IC1501, soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
Check 6: Is SDRAM I/F OK? <Outline> In order to secure the MPEG stream data as the buffer, the capacity of communication I/F SDRAM between the LSI and the memory is 64Mbit. Be careful as XCSM, XWE, XCAS and XRAS of IC1480 are called differently in IC1501, namely NCSM, NWE, NCAS, NRAS.
<Check> Check the conductivity at “check point 1” and “check point 2” without power. In case of NG, check the soldering and defective components throughout the “output t input” of the applicable section. Signal name Check point 1 Check point 2 Specification value IC1480 23pin...
Side B Check point 1 (IC1480) Side A Check point 2 (IC1501) Fig 6.2: SDRAM I/F check point AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Check 7: Is VD8, VCC5 power supply voltage OK? VD8_1 F.E. driver system IC1002 VCC5 (= 5.0 V) VD8_2 Power supply REG IC for PU for VCC 5 V. Fig 7.1: Power supply configuration <Check> Check the voltage at the “VD8_1, VD and VCC5_1” test point while the power is on. Use the “PGND3 and AGND1”...
Check 8: Is AVCC5 voltage OK? IC1003 AVCC5 (= 5.0 V) IC1801 REG IC Audio-DAC for AVCC 5 V. Fig 8.1: Power supply configuration <Check> Playback DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1 and check the voltage at the stylus. Check with PGND and GNDAU being the reference. Check point Module No.
Check 9: Is DACCLK normal? <Outline> DACCLK for Audio-DAC is created by IC1501 using the 27 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501). IC1501 X1501 DVD-LSI IC1801 DACCLK Audio-DAC 27 MHz crystal VCC33 VCC12 Fig 9.1: Clock configuration <Check method> DVD: DVD-REF-A1 TITLE 1 CD: Playback a normal CDDA.
Side B Check point 1 (DACCK stylus) Side A Check point 2 (IC1501 148 pin) DGND2 Fig 9.3: 27 MHz, DACCLK check point AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Check 10: Is the audio circuit OK? <Outline> The serial 3 lines digital output + DACCLK, output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), are converted to analog audio signal at Audio-DAC (IC1801) and are output from the HOST I/F (CN1901). Simultaneously, the analog MUTE signal is also output from DVD-LSI (IC1501) via the HOST I/F. The digital audio signal (IECOUT), output from DVD-LSI (IC1501).
Side A DGND2 ADOUT LRCK Side B SRCK Fig 10.3: Serial 3 lines check points AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
The following checks shall be conducted using the following measurement circuits with GNDAU1 being the reference. 47 kohm 47 kohm GNDAU1 Check point 1 (stylus) Specification value (rms) Reference waveform 1 400 ± 150 mV Waveform 4 1 400 ± 150 mV Waveform 4 Specification value is the root-mean-square value (rms).
Side A IEC DGND2 Fig 10.6: Digital audio signal (IECOUT) check point AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Check 11: Is the video circuit OK? <Outline> Composite signal and component signal are output from DVD-LSI (IC1501), and are output from the HOST I/F (CN1901) via a buffer circuit. CN1901 HOST I/F IC1501 DVD_LSI Composite COMPOSITE Video section Fig 11.1: Video circuit <Checking method>...
Side A COMPOSITE GNDV Fig 11.3: VIDEO signal check point AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Check 12:How to judge whether the flash memory has reached its life or not. If the reaction to user operation is slow or operation is slow in general, there is a possibility that the flash memory has reached its life. Make judgment regarding the flash memory life by looking at the display of the LD energizing time.
Check 13: 48 MHz Normal? <Outline> Each clock is created inside the IC1501 using the 48 MHz master crystal oscillator (X1501). IC1501 DVD-LSI X1950 48 MHz crystal USB_CLOCK VCC33 VCC12 Fig 13.1: Clock configuration <Check method> Turn the power on, and check with DGND1 being the reference. In case of NG, check the applicable line, periphery of IC1501, soldering of the peripheral components and defective components.
Side A IC1501 50pin DGND1 Fig 13.3: 48 MHz check point AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
1.USB Memory: Play a song from USB memory and check D+ and D- with the DGND standards. 2.iPod: Connect iPod and check CP_RESET, SDA and SCL with the DGND standards until the pioneer log appears. Play a song from iPod and check D+/D- with the DGND standards.
Side A SDATA CP_RESET SCLOCK DGND2 AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
5.4 ERROR CODE LIST Generation source Method of reset UART Source Eject Play Key Error status OSD *1 Meaning Disc (MSC) (iPod) Off/On Off/On A disc containing the unplayable NON-PLAYABLE DISC Format only USB device that doesn't correspond INCOMPATIBLE DEVICE USB device of format alone that UNPLAYABLE FILE cannot be reproduced...
X: Cancel the error by operation. -: Error is not cancelled by operation. *: No setting *1 A content displayed on OSD. As for the items having multiple display patterns, the upper row is for the Japanese version Full GUI, and the lower row is for the Touch Panel model and Full GUI (English version).
6. SERVICE MODE 6.1 TEST MODE 1. How to Select Test Mode Menu Key operations used at the test mode are the following six keys; Key Operation Key Allocation Cursor Up VOL UP Cursor Down VOL DOWN Page Change (Previous) LEFT Page Change (Next) RIGHT...
3. Test Mode Menu Name of Test Item Overview of Test Display version information such as Navigation Software, Version Information Navigation Destination, Microcomputer Software, etc. Perform Error / Log View, File Copy and Clearing. Error / Log History Writing of Navigation Program / Platform/Boot Loader / IPL / System Microcomputer / BT Firmware.
Name of Test Item Overview of Test Display GPS positioning data, satellite information GPS INFORMATION acquired and error information. Version display of GPS driver / sensor. GPS assessment Reset GPS driver and perform clearing of backup GPS backup data clear data.
Name of Test Item Overview of Tes Display G Sensor, gyro value, power supply EXT CONNECTION TEST voltage, temperature and variation, CAM_ON terminal and installation status. Confirmation of microphone input line for audio MIC LINE TEST recognition. Confirmation of audio output line for SD / USB NAVI VOICELINE TEST Audio.
1. Version Information Obtain version information for assigned software and display the information on screen with list display. 1. Program Version [The first page] Item Item Contents Information Display PLATFORM version of system software OS part [ *.****** ]: Value of Version [NO_SET]: No information Version of product startup program [ *.****** ]: Value of Version...
2. Model Information [The second page] Item Item Contents Information Display PRODUCT NUMBER Product Model Number [ AVIC-X930BT/XNUC ]: North America LO Model (AVIC-X930BT/XNUC, AVIC-X9310BT/XNUC) [ AVIC-F930BT/XNAU ]: Australia LO Model [ NO_SET ]: No information NAVI INFORMATION Planning Model Number [ NX072/UC ]: North America LO Model (AVIC-X930BT/XNUC, AVIC-X9310BT/XNUC) [ NX072/AU ]: Australia LO Model...
2. Error/Log History Perform displaying each error history, saving the history into storage and clearing the history. Menu Screen <<Item>> 1. Error History Show Display error history currently saved. 2. Log History Show Display execution log history currently saved. 3. Error / Log History Save Save histories of error, log and exception files into storage.
2. Log History Show The execution log is the execution history when specific operation is performed. (Not errors) <<History Display Screen>> Date : Time of error recorded TickCount : Value of counter started counts at OS startup. 1 count is corresponding to 1 millisecond. : Log information 3.
4. Error / Log History Delete Histories for error, log and exception are saved. <<Confirmation Screen>> * If the copy processing results in failure, the fact it is failed is displayed on the screen. * You can also continue other inspection without turning OFF the power supply when the deletion is completed. However, take note that the exception history is not saved in that case.
Select Storage Screen Select the program should be written from SD card or USB memory. Instruct the start of program writing. [Writing of navigation program] 4. SELF CHECK PROGRAM The connection status of function module installed in the product is displayed. In the case of non-connection, error is displayed and the target module is considered to be fault.
5. Touch Panel Check At the touch panel check, X, Y coordinates of location where touched are obtainable. When touched, the coordination value where touched is displayed as well as vertical and horizontal lines are illustrated with the cross point at the touched location. The coordination value is set as the original point at upper-left and X coordinate to the right and Y coordinate to the down, and maximum value of X coordinate is 800 and of Y coordinate is 480.
1. Line Touch Panel Test Touch the illustrated points in order. If touched incorrectly, + mark is displayed in red. When the touching proceeded to the final point of four (4), [OK] is displayed and the test is completed. When depressing [HOME] key, [NG] is displayed and return to the menu screen. Key operation Key assignment Return to Main Menu...
7. Monitor Test Mode Adjustment or test related to monitor is able to be performed. Menu Screen <<Menu Items>> Menu Contents 1. E2PROM Test Change the value of E2PROM related to monitor display. 2. Service Test Flicker adjusting mode for service. 3.
2. Service Test No need to perform this ‘Service Test’ Flicker adjustment is done in a LCD unit, because LCD specification is changed It is possible to change the ‘COM_DC’ value on the screen, but it doesn’t affect the flicker of the screen. <<Items>>...
4. Illumination RGB Test * This function does not operate for this model. <<Items>> Contents Item Name Data-R R (Red) data value Data-G G (Green) data value Data-B B (Blue) data value E2PROM Write ON/OFF setting of writing to E2PROM 5.
8. Key Test At the key entry test, key code of the hard key depressed, depressed/released status and key description are displayed. Retaining up to 12 histories is also possible. Test Screen The indication of each key allocated is shown below. When [HOME] key is depressed, however, it returns to the main menu.
9. Port Test At this test, port status of each item is displayed as Hi/Low. The following port status is able to be confirmed. Each description for port is as follows; 1. Detection of External RDS/MSNDirect Connection: At this port, the status of external RDS/MSNDirect connection detection port is displayed. Hi: Connection detected Low: Connection not detected 2.
10. Drive Maintenance In this test, each drive information is displayed and scan disc of NAND file is performed. Drive Information Drive Information Display Page When drive information failed to be obtained, “Drive Information failed to be obtained” is displayed and an error number is displayed subsequently. Error numbers and cause of errors are as follows;...
Scan Disc Screen for Executed Result of Scan Disc In the case of total error number being zero after the execution of scan disc, “There isn’t error on the volume” is displayed. AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
11. File Maintenance This test provides the capability to manage files in each directory. In concrete terms, deletion of directory and execution of dumping are possible. Operation Screen for the First Phase The following 10 directories are becoming as the most significant directories. USER/NDATA/SD/SD2/SD3/SD4/USB/USB2/USB3/USB4 The current file path is displayed on the first line.
12. GPS Information At this test item, various values or status which is receivable from GPS are displayed. Screen Display * The First Page [Position] Positioning Status Satellite Vehicle Number in Acquisition Number of Satellite where positioning is possible Delay Time Horizontal Accuracy for HDOP Altitude Accuracy for VDOP GPS Time...
* The Second Page [Sv Stat] Satellite Vehicle Number in Acquisition Azimuth Elevation Angle Received Signal Level Positioning Status Accuracy * The Third Page [Diag] Channel : GPS Diagnostic Result Antenna Shot : Detection of Antenna Short Circuit Antenna Open : Detection of Antenna Open Circuit Backup Error : Detection of Backup Error AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
* The Fourth Page [Err Info] Count Error Number Week of Error Time of Error Happened Day of the Week Happened 13. GPS Assessmentt Version information for GPS driver and sensor module are displayed on the screen. AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
14. Clear GPS Backup Data Perform the resetting of GPS driver, clearing backup data and display the result on the screen. [At the time when the clearing of GPS backup is successful] [At the time when the clearing of GPS backup is unsuccessful] If GPS backup clearing results in failure, "ERROR!"...
16. SENSOR Test Sensor information (AD value, running status, installation status on main body and error at sensor learning) is displayed on the screen. G SENSOR / SIGMA : Display of G-sensor voltage value GYRO / SIGMA : Display of GYRO voltage value POWER : Display of power supply voltage TEMPERATURE...
17. Bluetooth Test Emit radio wave for Bluetooth authentication. Screen at the Time of Start First, display the following screen. Display sub menu screen after the completion of internal processing. Screen in Case of Error Return to the main menu with [HOME] key. This screen is also displayed when Bluetooth is internally used in other test.
1. External Analyzer Test Select [1. External Analyzer Test] from sub menu, the screen changes to the following by depressing [MODE] key and the radio wave is emitted. Screen under Radio Wave Emission Please start the measurement. Return to the sub menu with [HOME] key. 2.
There are six pages of selection patterns. Items 10, 11, and 12 on page 1 cannot be used. "MODE SET ERROR!!!" is displayed. Execute the test of these items on pages 4, 5, and 6 separately. (The content of the test is 10, 11, and 12 of items 36 to 44) Page 1 00.
Screen during the Emission of Radio Wave Selected test item and [Now testing…..] are displayed. Please start the measurement. Return to the sub menu with [HOME] key. 3. Output Frequency Channel Extended Test Radio wave in which 7 items are set in detail is emitted. Select item with [ ], [ ] keys and determine with [MODE] key.
3-1. Parameter Setting Select [1. Parameter Setting] and depress [HOME] key, then the screen becomes the item selecting screen below. Select item desired to be changed with [ ], [ ] keys and determine it with [MODE] key. Return to Output Frequency Channel Extended Test menu with [HOME] key. Setting screen for the selected item is displayed.
* Setting of [4. Single Frequency] and [5. TX Burst Period] are numerical entry so the display method becomes as follows; Move the digit of numerical value desired to be set (cursor indicated with blue color) with [ ], [ ] keys.
3-2. Execute After the necessary setting is completed, select [2. Execute] from Output Frequency Channel Extended Test menu, then the set radio wave is emitted by depressing [MODE] key. *The set content is able to be confirmed on the screen by depressing [HOME] key after selecting [1. Parameter Setting]. Please start the measurement.
18. NAND Test Perform the test on the read-write of NAND Flash. 1. Read Test Perform reading one sector by one sector from NAND Flash by assigning a starting sector number. This screen displays the following contents when error happens before getting into read test. In the Case of a Device Opening not Successful Fail to open device.
19. Clearing FLASH User Area Perform initialization/deletion of file data or variable which is used by the software of each navigation function (AV, One-Segment, GPS, etc.). A confirmation screen is displayed once before the clearing is executed. If [MENU] key is pressed, clearing / initialization is started. Target of Deletion Module Remarks...
20. Audio Play Test Perform the confirmation of guidance audio output line by playing audio file. Audio is only played from the speaker in front. File Selection Screen <<Description of Screen>> Path : Media where audio play file is placed is selectable. (NAND Flash/SD Card) File : File to be played is selectable.
21. Image Test Display a specified image. 1. 10STEP IMAGE The grayscale bar of 10 step 11 tones is displayed. 2. PLAIN The displayed colors are eight colors; blue, red, pink, green, pale blue, yellow, white, and black (the color that is displayed for the first time in this item is blue). 3.
22. External Connection Test Display information regarding externally exposed terminals or sensors such as illumination terminals, vehicle speed pulse terminals, etc. Corresponding terminals are different depending on destination. The status of item shown on the following figure is updated for every 0.5 second. OK/NG Determination Condition GYRO Test OK/NG Determination of GYRO VOLTAGE...
Conversion table of CC part temperature and LCD monitor part temperature Monitor part CC part AD value Temperature AD value Temperature (HEX value) (HEX value) 03F6 -25.00 -60.0 03F2 -20.00 -55.0 03EC -15.00 -50.0 03E5 -10.00 -45.0 03DC -5.00 -40.0 03D1 0.00 -35.0...
23. Speech Microphone Line Test Perform confirmation of speech microphone input line for audio recognition. Input from the microphone is output from guidance audio line via AC97 Codec. The confirmation of muting circuit on the guidance audio line is also confirmed by this test. <<Screen Description>>...
24. NAVI Audio Line Test Perform the confirmation of audio line for SD/USB Audio. Sinusoidal wave of 1 KHz, 0 dB, is used for audio data. Audio is output from front/rear speakers. * The speaker output is set to large since this test is prepared for production line. Please be careful when you use it at service.
25. Subwoofer Line Test This is the test for the pre-output line of subwoofer. Sinusoidal wave of 100 Hz, 0 dB, is used for audio data. * Audio is also output from front/rear speakers during this test. * The speaker output is set to large since this test is prepared for production line. Please be careful when you use it at service.
26. Fan Control Test This is the item to test cooling fan installed at rear panel of product. In a normal situation, revolution rate is automatically changed depending on the interior temperature of a fan however FAN revolution rate is able to be confirmed regardless of temperature during the test execution.
27. Wired Remote Control Test Perform connection test for wired remote control. 1. Remote Control Key Code Input Information (REMOCON KEY CODE INFO) When depressing the key of connected wired remote control, the depressed key is displayed on the screen. 2.
1.2. Manufacturer Code Input Information Key code is displayed by depressing connected wired remote control key or test jig key. Update is not performed until another key is depressed. Key Allocation SOURCE 0x00010002 0x00010003 0x00010004 DOWN 0x00010005 LEFT 0x00010006 RIGHT 0x00010007 VOL UP 0x00010008...
2.2. Manufacturer Code Input Information (Display) Once the manufacturer code is obtained, the code is displayed. [*] is replaced by the following value. Manufacturer Code Value A: TOYOTA, DAIHATSU B: HONDA C: MATSUDA D: SUBARU E: MITSUBISHI F: SUZUKI * Manufacturer Code is obtainable only for Japanese Domestic model. Value of [FF] is displayed this model.
28. RTC Test Perform the test of RTC (Real-Time Clock) function and of external circuit function used when obtaining RTC count. 1. Time Setting Screen * This is not displayed when GPS antenna is connected. If this test is performed under the status of GPS antenna disconnected, [2008/10/01 12:00:00] is set as simulation time.
29. USB Check This is the item to check all of USB terminals. USB memory is used for the test. Check the performance by write -> read -> file comparison of 1 KB file automatically. Perform the test after inserting USB memory. The file to use for the test is automatically generated during the test so you do not have to prepare the file in advance.
30. SD CARD Test Perform file accessing to SD card and confirm the SD card is usable without any problem. The following screen is displayed during the test. The test content generates file for the test on the SD card, reads data out after data writing and compares the read out data with written data.
31. DATA COMMUNICATION TEST [OPEN] It is the item for confirming that the data communication terminal is opened. If the terminal is opened, the test result is OK. It is displayed before the inspection is started. The inspection is started by pressing the [MENU] key. Statuses of all terminals are inspected and the results are displayed.
32. DATA COMMUNICATION TEST [SHORT] It is the item for confirming that the data communication terminal is short-circuited. If the terminal is short-circuited, the test result is OK. It is displayed before the inspection is started. The inspection is started by pressing the [MENU] key. Statuses of all terminals are inspected and the results are displayed.
33. External Input Test Confirm the video input route or audio route is valid. The following three routes are targeted; I. iPod VIDEO [Video, Audio] II. External Input via RCA terminals (Video, Audio) Input video and audio to NAVI via video/audio input terminals and confirm the result with NAVI screen and speaker.
II. External Input via RCA Terminals [Video, Audio] When error happens, the following error message is displayed; Case 1. Failed to Setup VTR-ON. Input ON setting for microcomputer was unsuccessful. Case 2. Failed to Change Source of VTR. Source switchover for microcomputer was unsuccessful. Case 3.
34. Back Camera Test Confirm the signal line for back camera image is valid. “Back Camera Image” which was input from Camera Image Input Terminals at rear panel of the product is displayed. 1. Display via DECORDER This is the screen when back camera image is under display. The following error message is displayed when error happens;...
35. RGB Key Illumination Test Test the three (3) wires which brighten RGB illumination of hard key. It is OK when a white light is ON. This is the screen for RGB Key Illumination Test. RGB illumination for hard key glows white. The following error message is displayed when error happens;...
When Test is NG 37. Product Information The product information allocated to the product is displayed on the screen. 16 digit values sectioned into four (4) separated by a dot are displayed on the screen. Example: 0000.1111.2222.3333 AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
6.2 DVD TEST MODE Before shifting to the test mode, please insert the "DISC (CD-DA)". Operate the equipment by turning ON the parking. 1, 2 and 3 are invisible buttons. Display the test mode screen by carrying out following operations on this screen. Press areas of 1, 2 and 3 long in order.
Legend: … Key operation … Operation state … The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only) Start of the test mode. 8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication. TEST [Note] Higher level 4 characters only. Lower level 4 characters are spaces. LD power on time Simple FE test mode FE test selection...
2 x 00 0000 (3),(4) Focus Jump CRG +/- Power_OFF Tracking balance When L0 layer: 2000 0000 It operates while the key 2FFF 0000 When L1 layer: 2100 0000 is being pressed. 2B00 0000 : CRG+ TBAL coefficient (layer 0) 2C00 0000 : CRG- TBAL coefficient (layer 1) TE normalization coefficient (layer 0)
Legend: … Key operation EDC. Image of the test mode … Operational state … The content displayed on the DVD mechanism (video only) 8 characters data is sent to the product side (HOST) by UART communication. EDC1/2 test mode [Note] Image is the same for both EDC1 and EDC2. 0000 0000 EJECT operation [Note] Eject can be effected any time during the EDC test mode.
Simple test mode The selection of the figure of each screen can be selected by "Key command for the test". <Flow chart> TEST MODE 1: LD ON 2: ASMAX 3: Skew Adjustment 4: Error Rate 5: CRG Move Outer 6: Eject Please Input Number 1 select 1: DVD Single Layer...
7. DISASSEMBLY While the photograph shown is slightly different from this model in shape, the disassembly procedure is the same. Removing the Monitor Assy (Fig.1, 2, 3) Remove the four screws. (Fig.1) Fig.1 Monitor Assy Remove the two hooks. (Fig.2) Remove the two hooks, and then lay the Monitor Assy on the front.
Removing the CC Monitor Unit (Fig.4) Attention at assembly) When you attach Cord Assy, fix it with tape so that Cord Assy Remove the two screws does not contact the edge of the plate. and then remove the Holder and Cover. Tape Tape Holder and Cover...
Removing the DVD Mechanism Module (Fig.6, 7, 8) DVD Mechanism Module Disconnect the FFC.(Fig.6) Fig.6 Remove the five screws and then remove the Case Assy.(Fig.7) Fig.7 Remove the two screws Case Assy and then remove the DVD Mechanism Module.(Fig.8) Attention at assembly) The plate of the DVD Mechanism Module Fig.8 should come out from the Case.
Removing the Heat Sink (Fig.9) Heat Sink Disconnect the FAN Cable. Remove the two screws. Remove the six screws and then remove the Heat Sink. Fig.9 Removing the IF PCB (Fig.10, 11) IF PCB Disconnect the two FFC.(Fig.10) Remove the two screws Fig.10 and then remove the IF PCB.(Fig.11) Fig.11...
Disconnect the FPC from IF PCB Switch Push two points on right and left sides with fingers at the same time. However, if it is difficult to push the two points at the same time for the product, push one side at once. In that case, FPC is removed at a tilt, however, do not pull it at a tilt extremely.
How to have it 1.Have a specified part. Handling OK Handling NG AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Mecha Module_Bringing into the Clamp State with No Disc Loaded 1. Remove the relay FFC from the connector on the module PCB side (Fig. 1). (Precaution) When it is difficult to apply 4V to the motor in procedure 2 below, remove the connector on the relay PCB side, then remove the FFC, and remove the solder of the CRG motor lead and apply voltage to the lead.
CRG Mecha_Bringing into the Clamp State with No Disc Loaded 1.Remove the T-case washer and then remove the drive gear. (Fig. 1) 2.Lift the clamp arm assy until it is in the state shown in Fig. 2_b (open-lock state). 3.Put your finger on the area A of Fig. 2_c and then slide it to the direction of the arrow (the direction of the playing state). 4.Push down the clamp arm.
Removing the Module PCB 1.Short-circuit two spots on the land of the pick up FPC. (Fig. 1) 2.Remove the pick up FPC and the relay FFC from the connector. (Fig. 2) 3.Temporarily attach the pick up FPC to the pick up rack. (Fig. 3) (in order to prevent the damage to the pick up FPC) 4.Remove the two PCB clinch screws and then remove the module PCB.
Removing the PU Unit 1.Hook the feed screw biasing spring on the temporary hook (Fig. 2b). Be careful not to get injured by the tip of the spring. 2.Hold the PU at the location A in Fig. 1 and slide and scoot it to the direction of the inner periphery. 3.As in Fig.
8. EACH SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT 8.1 DVD ADJUSTMENT 1) Precautions This product uses 5 V and 3.3 V as standard voltages. If the reference voltage is connected to GND by The electrical potential that is the reference for signals, mistake, turn the regulator OFF immediately, or is not GND, but VREF (approximately 2.2 V) and VHALF turn the power OFF.
- SKEW adjustment When one of the following replacements has taken place, SKEW adjustment for the pick up will be required. (1) Replacement of the pick up unit (2) Replacement of the spindle motor (3) Replacement of the carriage chassis (4) Replacement of the main shaft of the pick up unit Measurement equipment and tools/jigs: Oscilloscope Driver for SKEW adjustment ->...
There are two methods of making adjustment: a method of making adjustment through monitoring RF waves by the oscilloscope (method 1) and a method of making adjustment through checking the numerical value of the RF level by OSD (method 2). Adjusting procedure is shown below, but regarding how to start the test mode and the operating procedure, please refer to the clause on the service test mode.
Skew Adjustment 1: Power OFF RF Level : 000000 Please Input Number 9. Skew Adjustment Select “1: Power OFF.” Skew Adjustment 1: Power OFF RF Level : 000000 Please Input Number 10. TEST MODE Select “6: Eject.” TEST MODE 1: LD ON 2: ASMAX 3: Skew Adjustment 4: Error Rate...
Disc Detection Arm 13. CRG Move Outer Select “1: DVD Single Layer.” CRG Move Outer 1: DVD Single Layer 2: DVD Dual Layer 3: CD 4: CD-RW 5: Return Please Input Number The pickup moves to the outer periphery. Apply the adhesive to fix the skew, the resonance adhesive and the screw lock. Refer to the next page regarding the locations of adhesive joining.
Locations to make SKEW adjustment Locations to adhere the SKEW 1,2,3: GEM1033 AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Bond for resonance 4:Three Bond 1530 adhesive Bond for locking the screw 5,6 : Three Bond 1401M Bond for locking the screw AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
Precautions on handling the PU *Precaution: Do not touch those shaded areas in the following figures. Hologram (Beware of the static) Do not touch the optical part RF level adjusting part Do not touch the spring AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
9. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST OTES : Parts marked by " * " are generally unavailable because they are not in our Master Spare Parts List. The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
CONTENTS OF IM CD-ROM (Operation Manual), CPJ1334 Part No. Language * CRB3610 English * CRB3611 French * CRB3618 English All operation manuals are supplied in PDF files by the CD-ROM. Regarding the availability of paper manual, contact Pioneer Service representative in your region. AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
(1) EXTERIOR (1) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Cord Assy CDE9389 Screw BSZ26P060FTC Bluetooth Module CWX4140 CNQ4273 LCD Panel CWX4022 CNQ4274 Grille Unit See Contrast table (2) Screw AMZ20P040FTC Screw BPZ20P080FTC Knob Unit CXE3932 Spring YBL5010...
(1) EXTERIOR (2) SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Bracket CND5933 Screw ASZ26P060FTC Bracket CND6117 Screw BMZ25P040FTB Sheet See Contrast table (2) Screw BMZ26P040FTC Heat Sink CNR2097 Screw BSZ26P050FTB IF Unit See Contrast table (2) Screw BSZ26P060FTC Holder...
9.4 DVD MECHANISM MODULE ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( B ) ( A ) ( A ) ( C ) ( A ) ( A ) ( C ) ( A ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C )
DVD MECHANISM MODULE SECTION PARTS LIST Mark No. Description Part No. Mark No. Description Part No. Holder CNW1195 Screw BMZ20P020FTC Screw BSZ20P040FTC Damper CNW1197 Screw(M2 x 4) CBA1835 Damper CNW1198 Washer CBF1038 Connect PCB CWX3618 Spring CBH2860 ••••• ••••• Spring CBH3010 Spring CBH3011...
( A ) ( A ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( C ) ( A ) ( A ) ( A ) (A) : GEM1045 (B) : GEM1038 (C) : GEM1024 AVIC-X930BT/XNUC...
10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 10.1 AV UNIT (PS/IF SECTION)(GUIDE PAGE) Note: When ordering service parts, be sure to refer to " EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST" or "ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST". Large size SCH diagram Guide page NAV5 Detailed page R1223 F1201 >...
10.18 WAVEFORMS - Waveforms Note:1. The encircled number denote measuring points in the circuit diagram. 2. Reference voltage: 1.65 V(TD1,FD1)(=VHALF) 2.2 V(RF)(=VREF) In the waveform, it is seeing on the GND standard. Offset of 1.65 V or 2.2 V is put in. RF 0.2 V/div(AC) 100 ns/div RF 0.2 V/div(AC) 50 ns/div CDRF(x4CLV)
11. PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM 11.1 AV UNIT NOTE FOR PCB DIAGRAMS > P 1201 AV UNIT 1.The parts mounted on this PCB > P 1242 include all necessary parts for > P 1243 several destination. > P 1291 For further information for respective destinations, be sure to check with the schematic dia- gram.
> SIDE A P 1201 (A,169,57) Fuse 3.15 A CEK1259 > P 1242 (A,136,16) Fuse 250 mA CEK1276 > P 1243 (A,96,100) Fuse 3.15 A CEK1259 > P 1291 (A,67,31) Fuse 1 A CEK1254 POWER SUPPLY JA2351 JA1001 IP-BUS IN JA1831 IC1051 D1002...
12. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST NOTE: Parts whose parts numbers are omitted are subject to being not supplied. The part numbers shown below indicate chip components. Chip Resistor RS1/_S___J,RS1/__S___J Chip Capacitor (except for CQS..) CKS.., CCS.., CSZS..The > mark found on some component parts indicates the importance of the safety factor of the part. Therefore, when replacing, be sure to use parts of identical designation.
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Q 1861 (B,161,8) Transistor UMF23N L 2012 (A,37,72) Inductor CTF1786 Q 1862 (B,161,12) Transistor LSA1576UB L 2014 (A,43,63) Inductor CTF1786 Q 1863 (B,157,10) Transistor UMF23N L 2015 (A,55,65) Inductor CTF1786 Q 1864 (B,161,14) Transistor...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1133 (A,153,101) RS1/10SR473J R 1291 (B,61,16) RS1/4SA0R0J R 1134 (A,148,103) RS1/16SS103J R 1309 (A,111,45) RS1/16SS471J R 1141 (B,110,142) RS1/16SS103J R 1310 (B,107,51) RS1/16SS104J R 1143 (B,115,142) 1 kohm CCN1326 R 1316 (A,116,48)
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1398 (A,92,67) RS1/16SS681J R 1480 (B,169,64) RS1/16SS564J R 1399 (A,91,67) RS1/16SS681J R 1481 (B,170,70) RS1/16SS202J R 1400 (A,90,67) RS1/16SS681J R 1482 (B,170,68) RS1/16SS822J R 1401 (B,79,53) RS1/16SS104J R 1483 (B,171,55) RS1/16SS203J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 1664 (B,109,89) RS1/16SS104J R 1792 (B,88,113) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1667 (B,102,87) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1795 (B,81,113) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1689 (B,95,97) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1796 (B,79,113) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1690 (B,95,98) RS1/16SS0R0J R 1801 (B,37,117) RS1/16SS472J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 2022 (A,57,62) RS1/16SS0R0J C 1062 (B,97,136) CKSRYB104K50 R 2051 (A,53,63) RS1/16SS680J C 1064 (B,92,135) CKSQYB225K10 R 2076 (B,23,92) RS1/10SR0R0J C 1065 (B,89,135) CKSQYB225K10 R 2221 (A,108,33) RS1/10SR0R0J C 1066 (A,82,117) Capacitor CEHVW100M16...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1314 (B,105,54) CKSRYB103K50 C 1706 (B,75,90) CKSRYB104K50 C 1315 (B,99,68) CKSSYB103K16 C 1707 (B,75,91) CKSRYB104K50 C 1316 (B,103,43) CCSSCH101J50 C 1708 (B,75,93) CKSSYB104K16 C 1317 (B,71,41) CKSRYB153K50 C 1709 (B,81,92) CKSSYB104K16...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 2002 (A,41,87) CKSRYB103K50 C 2246 (B,103,26) CKSRYB104K16 C 2003 (A,54,88) CCSSCH6R0D50 C 2247 (B,101,26) CKSQYB106K6R3 C 2004 (A,57,88) CKSSYB103K16 C 2248 (B,102,20) CKSSYB104K10 C 2005 (A,47,83) CKSSYB104K10 C 2360 (B,161,119) 22 uF DCH1256...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. L 153 (A,20,98) Inductor CTF1736 R 116 (A,162,18) (AU) RS1/16SS470J L 157 (A,22,112) Inductor LCYC1R0K2125 R 117 (B,145,83) RS1/16SS0R0J L 158 (A,20,108) Inductor CTF1736 R 118 (B,142,64) RS1/16SS0R0J L 211 (A,27,81) Inductor CTF1708...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 222 (A,167,88) RS1/16SS0R0J R 5953 (B,10,15) RS1/16SS330J R 223 (A,168,93) RS1/16SS0R0J R 5954 (B,12,13) RS1/16SS0R0J R 226 (A,165,88) RS1/16SS0R0J R 5955 (A,12,22) RS1/16SS0R0J R 5956 (A,16,21) RS1/16SS330J R 231 (A,167,108) RS1/10SR0R0J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 274 (A,62,88) (UC) CKSSYB104K10 C 275 (B,53,128) CKSRYB103K50 R 1104 (A,36,36) RS1/16SS511J C 276 (B,37,129) CKSRYB103K50 R 1105 (A,42,44) RS1/16SS4300F C 382 (A,166,70) 220 uF/6.3 V CCH1688 R 1106 (A,45,39) RS1/16SS5600F...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1111 (A,61,39) CKSRYB224K16 R 1524 (A,64,37) RS1/16SS472J R 1525 (A,71,34) RS1/16SS103J C 1112 (B,40,39) CKSYB226K6R3 R 1526 (A,67,34) RS1/16SS103J C 1113 (B,36,38) CKSYB226K6R3 R 1527 (B,77,29) RS1/16SS682J C 1201 (B,12,34) CEVW101M16...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 1610 (A,50,37) CKSSYB104K10 IC 3300 (A,55,21) IC NJU6062V IC 3360 (A,14,25) IC AK4388VT C 1611 (A,51,37) CKSSYB104K10 IC 4001 (A,47,95) IC TT4421 C 1612 (A,52,34) CKSSYB104K10 IC 4203 (A,20,60) IC S-80944CNMC-G9E C 1613...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. L 3360 (A,13,34) Inductor LCTAW2R7J2520 L 5712 (B,38,139) Resistor RS1/16SS271J L 3361 (B,11,24) Inductor CTF1792 L 5713 (B,38,137) Resistor RS1/16SS271J L 4002 (B,56,99) Inductor CTF1736 L 5714 (B,37,139) Resistor RS1/16SS271J L 4005 (B,43,87) Inductor...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 3366 (B,15,18) RS1/16SS470J R 4057 (B,35,101) RS1/16SS821J R 3367 (A,16,19) RS1/16SS103J R 4058 (B,50,106) RS1/16SS222J R 3368 (B,15,17) RS1/16SS470J R 4059 (B,42,96) RS1/16SS153J R 3369 (B,15,19) RS1/16SS470J R 4060 (A,33,103) RS1/16SS222J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 4155 (B,53,89) RN1/16SSE1501D R 4271 (B,58,90) RS1/10SR101J R 4194 (A,52,105) RS1/16SS0R0J R 4275 (A,38,117) RS1/16SS471J R 4196 (B,62,56) RS1/16SS104J R 4278 (A,29,73) RS1/10SR0R0J R 4197 (B,62,62) RS1/16SS104J R 4281 (B,27,70) RS1/16SS0R0J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 4407 (B,80,61) RAB4CQ220J R 4625 (B,60,58) RS1/16SS101J R 4408 (B,80,63) RAB4CQ220J R 4628 (B,58,53) RS1/16SS0R0J R 4409 (B,80,66) RAB4CQ220J R 4631 (B,54,71) RS1/16SS151J R 4410 (B,80,94) RS1/16SS220J R 4633 (B,60,52) RS1/16SS0R0J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. R 4810 (A,32,81) RS1/16SS470J R 5694 (A,36,140) RS1/16SS0R0J R 4811 (A,32,82) RS1/16SS470J R 5716 (A,72,132) RS1/16SS0R0J R 4812 (A,24,84) RS1/16SS6801D R 5719 (A,75,118) RS1/16SS470J R 4813 (A,30,86) RS1/16SS0R0J R 5720 (A,78,118) RS1/16SS470J...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 3312 (A,62,27) CCSRCH102J50 C 4045 (B,47,91) CKSSYB104K10 C 3313 (A,66,28) CCSRCH102J50 C 4046 (B,47,98) CKSSYB104K10 C 3314 (A,62,29) CCSRCH102J50 C 4047 (B,46,91) CKSSYB104K10 C 3315 (A,60,33) CCSRCH102J50 C 4048 (B,46,98) CKSSYB104K10...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 4212 (A,25,66) 10 uF DCH1201 C 4406 (A,64,85) CKSSYB103K16 C 4213 (B,64,38) CKSSYB104K10 C 4407 (A,79,82) CKSQYB106K6R3 C 4214 (B,37,45) CKSSYB104K10 C 4408 (B,71,55) CKSRYB105K10 C 4215 (A,17,59) CKSSYB104K10 C 4409...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 4521 (A,40,121) CKSSYB104K10 C 4837 (B,28,113) CKSSYB103K16 C 4522 (A,39,124) CKSRYB105K10 C 4838 (B,26,123) CKSSYB103K16 C 4607 (A,56,113) CKSSYB104K10 C 4839 (B,26,122) CKSSYB103K16 C 4608 (A,57,111) CKSSYB104K10 C 4840 (B,25,123) CKSSYB103K16...
Circuit Symbol and No. Part No. C 4938 (A,30,85) CKSSYB104K10 C 4939 (A,28,88) CCSSCH7R0D50 C 4943 (A,20,78) CKSQYB106K6R3 C 4944 (A,22,78) CKSQYB106K6R3 C 4963 (B,29,108) CKSQYB106K6R3 C 4964 (B,30,110) CKSSYB103K16 C 4982 (B,30,128) 47 uF CCG1251 C 4983 (B,29,125) CKSSYB103K16 C 4985 (B,27,112) CKSSYB103K16...