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SERVICE MANUAL

Date
Version
2006/08/08
V1.0
Copyright August, 2006 . All Rights Reserved .
Model Name : PH530
Prepared by SI :
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Prepared by TSE :
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Checked by :
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Approved by :
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Initial Issue
Description
P/N#36.86M03G001 .

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    SERVICE MANUAL Model Name : PH530 Prepared by SI : ________________________________________ Prepared by TSE : ________________________________________ Checked by : ________________________________________ Approved by : ________________________________________ Date Version 2006/08/08 V1.0 Copyright August, 2006 . All Rights Reserved . Description Initial Issue P/N#36.86M03G001 .
  • Page 2 Preface This manual is applied to PH530 0.62” LVDS DMD 720P Video Projection system. The manual gives you a brief description of basic technical information to help in service and maintain the product. Your customers will appreciate the quick response time when you immediately identify problems that occur with our products.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Remove EMI Shielding Module and Bottom Cover Remove Thermal Sensor Board Remove Elevator Module Remove Lens Support and Interrupter Switch Chapter 3 Troubleshooting Equipment Needed Main procedure Confidential 2-10 2-11 2-12 2-13 2-14 2-15 2-16 2-17 2-18 2-19 2-20 2-21 2-22 2-23 PH530...
  • Page 4 Equipment Needed Firmware Upgrade Mode Installation Procedure USB Driver Upgrade Procedure Firmware Upgrade Procedure Chapter 6 EDID Key-in Procedure EDID Introduction Equipment Needed Setup Procedure EDID Key-In Procedure Appendix Appendix A Exploded Overview Appendix B I . Serial Number System Definition II. PCBA Code Definition Confidential 7-28 PH530...
  • Page 5: Chapter 1 Introduction

    - Analog RGB 1Vp-p, 75 ohm, Sync. On Green signal - Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm, Composite TTL Sync. - Video - Composite video 1Vp-p,75 ohm - S-video Luminance 0.714Vp-p, 75 ohm - Chrominance 0.286Vp-p, 75 ohm - Component video 1Vp-p, 75 ohm PH530...
  • Page 6 - 2000 hours min, 50% survival rate (Eco mode) 36 dB(A) ( Typical, Under 23±2 33 dB(A) (Typical, Under 23±2 Noise measurement follows ISO7779, A-weighted sound pressure level measurement(refer appendix A), 7200 rpm color wheel rotational speed C; Normal mode ) C; Eco mode ) PH530...
  • Page 7 Storage: -20°C ~ 60°C’, 80%RH (Max.), Non-condensing - Operating 0 ~ 2,500 ft for 5°C~35°C 2,500 ~ 5,000 ft for 5°C~30°C 5,000 ~ 10,000 ft for 5°C~25°C - Storage 40,000 ft (Max.) - Operating more than 12,000 hours (90% Confidence Level) PH530...
  • Page 8: Computer Compatible

    800 x 600 800 x 600 800 x 600 1024 x 768 1024 x 768 1024 x 768 1024 x 768 1152 x 864 1152 x 864 1152 x 864 1280 x 1024 1280 x 1024 1280 x 1024 85V-Sync (Hz)50 PH530...
  • Page 9 Compatibility QuadVGA SXGA+ MAC G4 i Mac DV Confidential Resolution 1280 x 960 1280 x 960 1400 x 1050 1152 x 870 640 x 480 1024 x 768 85V-Sync (Hz)50 75.06 PH530...
  • Page 10: Equipment Needed

    Chapter 2 Disassembly Process 2-1 Equipment Needed Item Screw Bit (+) :107 Sleeves Confidential Photo Item Hex Sleeves Tweezers Photo PH530...
  • Page 11: Remove Lamp Module

    2-2 Remove Lamp Module Procedure Unscrew 2 screws to remove Lamp Cover. (as red circle) Unscrew 2 screws to remove Lamp Module. (as red circle) Confidential Photo Lamp Cover Lamp PH530...
  • Page 12: Remove Top Cover,keypad Bd And Rear Cover

    2-3 Remove Top Cover,Keypad BD and Rear Cover Procedure (1) Unscrew 3 screws . (as red circle) (2) Unplug 1 CNNT. (as yellow square) Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 13 (1) Unscrew 8 screws. (as red circle) (2) Unscrew 2 cupreous hex spacers and 1 iron spacer. (as blue circle) (3) Remove iron plate. (4) Unplug 1 connector. (as blue square) (5) Remove Keypad BD. (as yellow circle) Confidential Photo Top Cover PH530...
  • Page 14 Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 2 hex screws. (as green circle) (2) Remove Rear Cover. Confidential PH530...
  • Page 15: Remove Front Cover,receiver

    2-4 Remove Front Cover,Receiver Procedure Photo (1) Unplug 1 connector. (as blue circle) (2) Remove Front Cover. (3) Remove Receiver. Front Cover Confidential PH530...
  • Page 16: Remove Each Side Cover

    (1) Unplug 1 connector. (as blue circle) (2) Press 3 tennons on the left. (as green ellipse) (3) Remove left side cover. (4) Press 3 tennons on the right. (as green ellipse) (5) Remove right side cover. Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 17: Remove Main Board

    2-6 Remove Main Board Procedure (1) Unscrew 4 screws. (as red circle) (2) Unplug 8 connectors. (as blue square) (3) Remove Main BD. Confidential Photo Main BD PH530...
  • Page 18: Remove Side Shielding Module

    2-7 Remove Side Shielding Module Procedure (1) Unscrew 3 screws. (as red circle) (2) Press 2 tennons. (as green ellipse) (3) Remove Side Shielding Module. Confidential Photo ENGINE EMI THERMAL PLATE PH530...
  • Page 19: Remove Fan Module

    2-8 Remove Fan Module Procedure (1) Unscrew 2 screws. (as red circle) (2) Take off Fan bracket directly. (3) Remove Fan. (as yellow circle) Confidential Photo 2-0 PH530...
  • Page 20: Disassemble Lamp Driver Module

    2-9 Disassemble Lamp Driver Module Procedure (1) Unscrew 4 screws. (as red circle) (2) Unscrew 2 cupreous hex spacers. (as blue circle) (3) Unplug 1 connector. (as blue square) (4) Remove Lamp Driver Module. Confidential Photo Lamp Driver Module 2- PH530...
  • Page 21: Disassemble Lvps Module

    2-10 Disassemble LVPS Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 7 screws. (as red circle) (2) Take off Mylar directly. (3) Remove LVPS Module. LVPS Module Confidential PH530 2-2...
  • Page 22: Disassemble Color Wheel Module

    2-11 Disassemble Color Wheel Module Procedure (1) Unscrew 1 screw. (as red circle) (2) Remove Color Wheel Module . Confidential Photo 2-3 PH530...
  • Page 23: Remove Engine Module And Fan Module

    2-12 Remove Engine Module and Fan Module Procedure (1) Unscrew 4 screws. (as red circle) (2) Unscrew 3 screws. (as red circle) (3) Remove Engine Module. (4) Remove Fan Module. Confidential Fan Module Photo Engine Module 2- Fan Module PH530...
  • Page 24: Remove Thermal Switch

    2-13 Remove Thermal Switch Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 1 screw. (as red circle) (2) Remove Thermal Switch. Thermal Switch Confidential PH530 2-5...
  • Page 25: Remove Heatsink And 2 Springs

    2-14 Remove Heatsink and 2 Springs Procedure (1) Unscrew 4 screws. (as red circle) (2) Remove Heatsink and 2 Springs. Confidential Photo Heatsink and 2 Springs 2- PH530...
  • Page 26: Remove Dmd Chip

    2-15 Remove DMD Chip Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 4 hex screws. (as red circle) (2) Remove DMD Chip. DMD Chip Confidential PH530 2-17...
  • Page 27: Remove Focus Ring

    2-16 Remove Focus Ring Procedure 1. Unscrew 3 screws. (as red circle) 2.Take off Focus Ring. 3. Take off Zoom Ring directly. (as red ellipse) Confidential Photo Focus Ring 2-8 PH530...
  • Page 28: Disassemble Front Light Cut And Right Light Cut

    2-17 Disassemble Front Light Cut and Right Light Cut Procedure (1) Unscrew 3 screws. (as red circle) (2) Remove Front Light Cut and Right Light Cut. Confidential Photo 2- PH530...
  • Page 29: Remove Emi Shielding Module And Bottom Cover

    2-18 Remove EMI Shielding Module and Bottom Cover Procedure (1) Unscrew 3 screws (as red circle) (2) Remove EMI Shielding Module and Bottom Cover Confidential Photo Bottom Base 2-20 PH530...
  • Page 30: Remove Thermal Sensor Board

    2-19 Remove Thermal Sensor Board Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 1 screw (as red circle) (2) RemoveThermal Sensor Board Thermal Sensor Board Confidential PH530 2-2...
  • Page 31: Remove Elevator Module

    2-20 Remove Elevator Module Procedure Photo (1) Unscrew 5 screws (as red circle) (2) Remove Elevator Module Elevator Module Confidential PH530 2-22...
  • Page 32: Remove Lens Support And Interrupter Switch

    2-21 Remove Lens Support and Interrupter Switch Procedure (1) Unscrew 1 screw. (as red circle) (2) Remove Lens Support. (3) Unscrew 2 screws. (as red circle) (4) Remove Interrupter Switch. Confidential Photo 2-23 PH530...
  • Page 33: Chapter 3 Troubleshooting

    No Power Auto Shut Down No Image Confidential - Ensure the Power Cord and AC Power Outlet are securely connected - Check Lamp Cover and Interrupt Switch - Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken - Check DC-DC - Check Ballast - Check Main Board - Check LED Status a. Lamp LED Light - Check Lamp - Check Lamp Driver - Check Main Board b. Temp LED Light - Check Thermal Sensor - Check Thermal Switch - Check Fan c. Color Wheel - Check Color Wheel - Check Photo Sensor - Ensure the Signal Cable and Source work (If you connect multiple sources at the same time, use the “Source” button on the control panel to swtich) - Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken - Check Main Board - Check DMD Board - Check Color Wheel - Check DMD Chip - Check Engine Module Procedure PH530...
  • Page 34 - Ensure all connectors are securely connected and aren’t broken - Check Lamp Module - Check DC-DC - Check Ballast - Check Main Board - Check Color Wheel - Check Fan Module - Check if the DMD Chip and the DMD Board are assembled properly - Check DMD Board - Check DMD Chip - Check Main Board - Do “Reset” of the OSD Menu - Ensure the Signal Cable and Source work - Clean Photo Sensor Board - Check Lamp Module - Check Color Wheel - Check DMD Board - Check Main Board - Do “Reset” of the OSD Menu - Adjust Color Wheel Index - Check Main Board - Check DMD Board - Check Color Wheel - Ensure the Projection Screen without dirt - Ensure the Projection Lens is clean - Ensure the Brightness is within spec. (Replace the Lamp if the Brightness is less than spec.) - Check Engine Module - Ensure the Projection Screen without dirt - Ensure the Projection Lens is clean - Clean DMD Chip and Engine Module - Check DMD Chip - Check Engine Module - Ensure the Signal Cable and Source work - Check Main Board - Check DMD Board PH530...
  • Page 35 Symptom Remote Controll or Control Panel Failed Function Abnormal Confidential Procedure - Remote Control a. Check Battery b. Check Remote Control c. IR Receiver - Control Panel a. Check FPC b. Check Keypad c. Check Main Board - Do “Reset” of the OSD Menu - Check Main Board - Check DMD Board PH530...
  • Page 36: Chapter 4 Function Test And Alignment Procedure

    The following actions will allow you to erase all end-users’ settings and restore the original setting: 1. Please enter Menu. 2. Use OSD to reset. Confidential Color Wheel Reset Lamp Use Index Time Step Factory Reset EDID PH530...
  • Page 37: Test Condition

    - Circumstance Brightness : Dark room less than 2.0 lux. - Inspection Distance : 1.8m~2.5m for functional inspection - Screen Size : 60 inches diagonal (wide) - After repairing each PH530, the unit should be burn-in (Refer to the table below). Symptom Normal Repair...
  • Page 38 ICON Pattern & 64 GRAYS RGBW - Please check and ensure if each color is normal and distin- guishable. - If not, please adjust color index of the Engineering Mode. - Fix OSD to re-sync or track Frenquency. Photo PH530...
  • Page 39 Note: The procedure needed to be inspected only when customers complaint about - Test Pattern : Full Black - Test Pattern : Full White - Test Pattern : Gray 10 - Test Pattern : Blue 60 Photo PH530...
  • Page 40 Step FW version EDID Confidential Specification Ensure FW is the - In Service Mode Latest version. - FW must be the latest version Ensure the EDID - Read EDID data is available via VGA and HDMI port. Procedure Photo PH530...
  • Page 41: Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade Procedure

    Chapter 5 Firmware Upgrade Procedure Equipment Needed Software : (DDP 3020- USB) - DLP Composer (Version 6.0) - Firmware (PH530 *.img) - Library files Hardware : Item Photo Projector (PH530) Power Cord Firmware Upgrade Mode: Before doing firmware upgrade, please get into firmware mode first. How to get in firmware mode:Hold on ”Menu”...
  • Page 42: Installation Procedure

    Click “Next” button. Next 1. Reading the “License Agreement” rules. 2. Choose “I accept and agree to be bound by all the terms and conditions of this License Agreement” icon. 3. Click “Next” button. Next Click “Next” button. Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 43 Step Procedure Next Click “Next“ button Next Click “Next” button. Process- The program is execut- ing “Initializing” status. Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 44: Usb Driver Upgrade Procedure

    Projector & Execute Execute the C:\Program Program files\DLP Composer\us- bupdata.cmd (Note: The “DLP Com- poser” program must be closed first.) Type any Press any key to contin- key to ue. Then, wait for about continue 1 minute. Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 45 “System Properties” window. 3. Choose “Hardware” and then click “Device Manager”. Ensure Click “Jungo” to ensure “DDP2000” “DDP2000” and “Win- & “Win- driver” are properly Driver” are installed. If not, repeart properly Step 1~5. installed Confidential Photo Device Manager PH530...
  • Page 46: Firmware Upgrade Procedure

    C:\Program Files\ DLP Composer Lite 6.0\CCA_Library\ If not, press “Browse” to select the right path. 1. Select “Edit\Prefer ences\Communi cations” and choose “USB”. 2. Click “OK”. Confidential file. Photo Vendor: 0x451 Product: 0x2000 PH530...
  • Page 47 Step Procedure 1. Choose “Flash Loader” 2. Click “Browse” to search the firmware file. (PH530) 3. Select the item “Skip Boot Loader Area 4. Select 64KB).” 5. Click “Reset Bus” to erase the flash memory. (Note: If the error mes- sage “cannot open USB...
  • Page 48 Step Procedure 1. If the firmware is ready, click “Start Download” to process the firmware upgrade. 2. Click “Yes” to erase the flash memory. Proceed- Proceeding Picture Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 49 Power Cord. Re-plug in Power Cable. Check Restart the unit and Firmware enter the Service Mode to check the Firmware Version. (For entering Service Mode, please refer to Chapter 4 Function Test and Alignment Proce- dure.) Confidential Photo PH530...
  • Page 50: Edid Introduction

    If a display device has digital input ports, like DVI or HDMI, but without EDID in its main board, the display device will show no image while the input source is digital signal. Confidential ata is a VESA standard data format that contains PH530...
  • Page 51: Equipment Needed

    - V3 Fixture for EDID Key-in (Fixture: JP3 must be closed) Item Photo VGA Cable DVI Cable Power Cord HDMI-DVI Adapter VGA Cable Confidential Item Photo Power Adapter for Fixture Generic Fixture RS232 Cable Projector (PH530) Power Adapter for Fixture PH530...
  • Page 52: Setup Procedure

    Setup Procedure Note: PH530 includes VGA and HDMI function, please burn in EDID for each function. Step C o n n e c t 1. Power Adapter to Fixture JP1 All Ports 2. Fixture P1 to PC COM1 Port by RS232 Cable.
  • Page 53: Edid Key-in Procedure

    EDID Key-In Procedure Note: PH530 includes VGA and HDMI function, please follow the setup procedure to burn in EDID for each function. Step Execute Click on “EDID” to ex- EDID ecute EDID Program. Program. Choose 1. In the Port Selection...
  • Page 54 - Connect Port P3 of fixture and HDMI port of HD70 by DVI cable which link with HDMI-DVI adapter. - Click “OK” HDMI - When the EDID finished programn is completed, the message “OK” will appear on the screen. Confidential Procedure Photo PH530...
  • Page 55 4. Click “Reset” to do the next unit or “Exit” to close the EDID program. Note: Please make sure the EDID of VGA and HDMI has burned in. Confidential Procedure Analog (Digital) Port, choose “Analog(Digital)” in the “Read Item”. Photo PH530...
  • Page 56: Exploded Overview

    Appendix A Exploded Overview D.C. PH530 FOR ACER Confidential PH530...
  • Page 57 Confidential PH530...
  • Page 58 ASSY LAMP COVER MODULE Confidential PH530...
  • Page 59 ASSY TOP COVER MODULE Confidential PH530...
  • Page 60 Confidential PH530...
  • Page 61 ASSY BOTTOM HOUSING MODULE Confidential PH530...
  • Page 62 Confidential P " " " " N PH530...
  • Page 63 ASSY BOTTOM BASE MODULE Confidential PH530...
  • Page 64 Confidential " " " " " " " PH530...
  • Page 65 ASSY BLOWER FAN MODULE Confidential 7-10 PH530...
  • Page 66 ASSY ENGINE MODULE Confidential " 2 " " N " " " N " " N " " N 7-11 T " " I " N " t " N " " N " " " N PH530...
  • Page 67 SUB ASSY ENGINE MODULE Confidential 7-12 PH530...
  • Page 68 Confidential 7-13 " " " " " t " " " " " i " " " PH530...
  • Page 69 ASSY OPTICAL LENS MODULE Confidential 7-14 PH530...
  • Page 70 ASSY OPTICAL LENS MODULE Confidential 7-15 PH530...
  • Page 71 ASSY EMI SHIELDING MODULE Confidential & 7-16 PH530...
  • Page 72 ASSY ENGINE EMI THERMAL PLATE Confidential 7-17 PH530...
  • Page 73 ASSY BACK COVER MODULE Confidential 7-18 PH530...
  • Page 74 ASSY BOTTOM COVER MODULE Confidential 7-19 PH530...
  • Page 75 ASSY FRONT COVER MODULE Confidential 7-20 PH530...
  • Page 76 ASSY EMI THERMAL PLATE MODULE Confidential 7-21 PH530...
  • Page 77: Serial Number System Definition

    Y = Last number of the year (ex: 2006 - 6) Month of year (Jan = 1, Feb = 2,...Oct = A, Nov = B, Dec = C) L = MFG Date Serial code (from 0001~) Confi dential SSSS PH530...
  • Page 78: Pcba Code Definition

    PCBA Code Defi nition PCBA Code for Projector Confi dential XXXXXXXXXX C XXX Vendor Code Revision Date Code EEEE C: M/B B: DMD/ B PH530...

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